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THE ST. JOHNSBURY CALEDONIAN, JUNE 14, 1899.
THE TOWNS AROUND. EAST BURKE. tioddiug-Luuder. There was a very pretty home wedding nt the home of the bride's mother, Mrs. J. Dnshney, Thursday alternoon, when lier oldest daughter, Josie Mabel Lauder, was married to Robert Howe Godding, only son of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Godding of this place. The ceremony was the ring service performed by the pastor of the bride, Rev. J. C. Bodwell. Theguests were only the immediate relatives of both families. Mr. and Mrs. Godding arrived here Saturday after a short wedding trip. They spent Sunday with Mr. Godding's sister, Mrs. Parker at St. Johnphury and are now at home to their friends at Mr. Godding's former residence here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Godding. Three deer were seen quite near the village Friday. One in Wilber Godding's pasture quite near the barn, one made an attack on L. A. Darling between Mt. View and the village, and the other was seen by Milo Jenkins. Mrs. S. L. Thurber has returned from a carriage drive to Peacham where she visited her sister. George Gilson and wife are at Montreal on their wedding trip and will return today. Mrs. A. V. Wilson is improving slowly. Ivvery pew bolder and all others inter ested are requested to meet Thursday to clean the Methodist church. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Parker of St. lolmsbury were here last week to attend 'the wedding of Mrs. Parker's brother, R. II. Godding. SHEFFIELD. While Andrew Lang was coming down the Barber hill recently his horse took fright and ran. Mr. Lang tried to jump and in so doing was very badly hurt. His kg was broken below the knee and badly lammed while he sustained several other bruises. The horse was found on Ms back above Spencer Drake's house and the cart was a mixture of tin ware, bread, tea, soda and filty dozen eggs. Mr. Lang was taken to John O'Hara's. Mrs. Caroline Kcniston of South Framingham, Mass., is in town lor a stay of a few months. E. B. Chamberlain and sons from New port have rented R. C. Hall's farm and taken possession. Free IMIIn. Send your address to II. E. Bucklcn & Co., Chicago and get a free sample box of Dr. King's New LifePills. Atrial will con vince you of their merits. These pills are casv in action and are particularly effec tive in the cure of Constipation and Sick Headache, ror Malaria and Livertrou bles they have been proved invaluable They are guaranteed to be perfectly free from every deleterious substance and to be purely vegetable. They do not weak eu by ttieir action, but by giving tone to siomacn and bowels greatly invigor ate the system. Regular size 25c. per oox. bold bv runt Bros. Druggists. DANVILLE. Walter S. Haviland of Holistcr, Mass., is visiting in town. F. K. Kittredge of Woodsville was here tor a short stop this week. Kent Knowlton is home from Boston Tnivcrsity Law School for the summer vacation. Mr. and Mrs. S. O.Morse, Mrs. Charles Kanney, Mrs. Charles Dole and Frank Crane attended the state convention of the Eastern Star at Barre last week. Mrs. Mary Barnes is very ill. Mrs. J. B. Mattocks lias returned from a visit to her son in Boston. J. S. Tilton is laid up for a few days from an injury received while working on the railroad. Milo Woodcock has returned from Hanover, where he went to the hospital tor treatment. He received no benefit at the hospital and no encouragement of Ins recovery. Mrs. Clara Richards of Wells River is visiting her brother, Mrs. Zenas Kit tredge. At a well attended meeting of the Vil lage Improvement Society Saturday evening it was decided to lay water pipes from the village system to the cemetery and il possible to put in a small fountain and to set out shade trees. The select men will build a new fence. Many fine monuments have been set this spring and it seems as if more would be done for the cemetery than ever before. The annual county Sunday school con vention will meet in the Congregational church, Tuesday, June 20, morning and alternoon. The ladies of the two churches will furnish dinner. It is booed that a full attendance of Danville people will be secured. The Nurpri.e of All. Mr. James Jones, of the drug firm of Jones & Son, Cowden, 111., in speaking of w. King s New Discovery, says that last winter his wife was attacked with La Grippe, and her case grew so serious that physicians at Cowden and Pana could do nothing for her. It seemed to develop into Hastv Consumntion. Havintr Dr. King's New Discovery in store, and selling lots of it, be took a bottle home, and to the surprise of all she began to get better mini the first dose, and hall a dozen dol-liu-bottles cured her sound and well. Dr, King's New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and colds is guaranteed to do this good work. Try it. Free trial bottles at FlintBros.' Drug Store. LYNDON. The closing exercises of Lyndon Acad eiv and craded school were attended I'l iday, June 2, by the parents and friends i uie scholars in good numbers and were alike creditable to teachers and pupils. The graduating exercises took place in tlie evenitiur in the Conereirntionnl church when one young gentleman and four .ung ladies received diplomas, incy were Roswcll Wilmarth, and Misses Nel he Mattocks. Ethel Richards. Ethel Ches- i'-y and Aneie Hunter. The music added to the pleasure of the evening and con- fcisted ol several selections by the Lyn donville orchestra and solos by Misses l;-Hton, DeMuth, Kent and Mr. Wilcomb. ne exercises in the church were followed a promenade in the Grange hall. C. M. Chase, editor of the Vermont mon, returned lrom his extended south fn trip Saturday, June 3, accompanied ma daughter, Jennie. For Five Nation. Dr. Hnmnli litiR how to treat and cure disease, is I'uunsnea in English, German, French, i ortuguese and Spanish. A copy sent Jree on request. Humphrey's Medicine LYNDONVILLE. IjeClerc-La Point. In the presence of a Inrce numher nf friends Louis LcClerc of Concord, N. H., ana miss Anna L,aiJoint ot this place were united in marriaee at the Catholic church last week Tuesday morning by Kev. I. roquet. I ne bride was attired in cream cashmere and wore a large Douquet ot bride s roses. Miss Marcot of Montpelier acted as bride's maid and George LaPoint, brother of the bride, was groom's man. Mr. and Mrs. LeClerc went to their new home in Concord Wednesday morning carrying with them best wishes of many friends. NenglG-Nullivnn. A very pretty weddinir took olace in the Catholic church at Woodsville last Wednesday when Thomas Neagle of this place was married to Miss Kathcrine Sullivan, by Rev. J. Paquet. Alter a shoit wedding trio to Boston and New York Mr. and Mrs. Neagle will have rooms in Dodge & Watson's block. Will Cheney spent most of last week with his parents and daughter at Albany, N. Y. The band concert on Broad street Saturday night drew out a large audience. The band never played better. Miss Jennie Newell visited in Hardwick several davs last week. Guy Watson, Arthur Quimby and George Murch are home lrom Norwich University for the summer vacation. Fred Folsom is also home from his school at Iiillerica, Mass. Nearly 100 persons were made sick by eating hulled corn last Wednesday, purchased from a man peddling it through the village. The flower social of Christian En deavors of the Congregational church given last Thursday evening was a very enjoyable affair and was attended by many. Ice cream and cake were served which netted the society several dollars. Rev. W. C. Johnson of Newbury was in town last week. Mrs. E. Cushman of Thetford is visit ing at her sister's, Mrs. W. N. Webb. Mr. and Mrs. M. II. Harris of Platts burg, N. Y., are stopping at her father's, W. A. Looinis. II. W. Kemp, secretary and treasurer of the Muual Fire Jnsurance company of Montpelier, was in town Friday. The Children's Day concerts Sunday evening at the various churches were well attended and very inspiring as well as interesting. Editor B. U. Wells of the Journal has returned from Massachusetts. There will be a large delegation from here to go to Montreal to attend the G. A. R, meeting there. Drink Grniu-O. after you have concluded that you ought not to drink coffee. It is not a medicine but doctors order it, because it is health ful, invigorating and appetizing. It is made from pure grains and has that rich seal brown color and tastes like the finest grades of coffee and costs about li as much. Children like it and thrive on it because it is a genuine food drink con taining nothing but nourishment. Ask your grocer for Grain-O, the new food drink. 15 and 23c. LYNDON CENTER. Hon. T. N. Vail has been spending a few days at his Speedwell Farm home. M. J. Lyster and B. R. Lyster were in New York several days last week. C. R. Hoyt and H. A. Chaplin have moved into their house, which is almost as good as new. It has been raised from a story and a half to a two story build ing and has been remodeled throughout. Miss Josie Crafton has gone to Tilton, N. II., to do table work. Robert Smith and T. D. Cox with their respective families have moved to St. Johnsbury. L. B. Harris was in Burlington last week on business connected with the Grand Army. George Bradley and wife of Minneap olis are visiting at his mother's, Mrs. S. Bradley's. Fred M. Campbell of Hyde Park is spending a ten days' vacation at his home here. Mr. Van Burke of Barton Landing was at Orson Stone's recently. Mrs. Paige is quite ill. On accoutit of her advanced years her recovery is doubtful. Miss Ethel Batchelder is suffering with a quinsy sore. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Batchelder and Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Sherburn were in St. Johnsbury over Sunday, visiting at Will McNeal's. W. II. Bean has been putting up a new cottage to rent at Bean Pond and it is now ready lor occupanc'. The cottage is well furnished and is named "Pine Rest." Morton J. Lyster is quite ill with ton silitis. GLOVER. Miss Bnrtlett of Bartou Landing was at Mrs. S. Leonard's over Sunday. The first band concert will be given next Friday evening. The bridge near the South church in the village is being rebuilt and granite abutments are being laid. L. B. Willey is making extensive repairs on his house. The officers of the Glover creamery are F. C. Clark, president; Chapin Leonard, treasurer; H. N. Davis, manager. Compnny 1, 15th Rcgt. Vt. Volunteers hold their annual reunion at Willoughby Lake today and many from here are in attendance. WEST WATERFORD. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Lawrence will have the sociable June 21, afternoon and evening. All are invited. Frank Harvey went to Willoughby Lake fishing recently and caught some nice fish. Mrs. A. B. Carpenter is visiting rela tives in Concord. Mrs. R, M. Lawrence visited her sister in Hardwick last week. What They ajr Is the title of an exceedingly well printed and finely illustrated booklet, which has just been issued and distributed by the Chicago & Northwestern Railway, de scribing their electric lighted 20th cen tury train, "The North-western Limited." It is unique in design and composition and affords entertaining reading. A copy will be sent to any address by J. E. Brittain, 368 Washington street, Boston, Mass. PEACHAn. About a dozen ladies gave Mrs. Dona hue a surprise on her birthday, last Thursday. Fred Taylor and wife from Concord, N. H., have been spending a few days at Orange Taylor's. Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Sargeant from Louisville, Ky., arrived in town last Sat urday and will remain through the summer. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Clark spent; a few days at East Cabot last week. The Sixty Club met with Sarah Ann Hand last week Tuesday to celebrate her 80th birthday. William T. Kenerson and wife of Barre have been in town the past few days call ing on friends. The first sacred concert will be given at the Congregational church next Sun day evening, June 18. Children's Day was observed last Sun day at the churches. The exercises all passed very pleasantly. The post office at East Peacham has been made a money order office. Mr. Brancroft from Calais, who has moved on to the Northrope place, is very sick with heart trouble. Mr. and Mrs. G. N. Smart have gone to Burlington where Mrs. Smart will go to the hospital for treatment. Mrs. Dr. Thomas has been in town for several days calling on old friends. Bert Dean and wife from West Burke have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Elijah Lyford for several days past. O.REENSBORO. Carl Story of Coventry has been spend ing a few days at D. C. Melvin's. E. 0. Randall was in Glover Wednes day on business. Mrs. Fairbanks' mother, Mrs. Kidder, is making her a visit. Goods sold at fair prices at Mrs. Guild's auction Friday. Child ren's Day was observed with ap propriate exercises Sunday at the Con gregational church, Sumner Pinney was called to St. Johns bury the middle ol last week on business. J. A. Crane has been at home from Hyde Park for the past week. Miss Abbie Taylor, teacher at East Hardwick, spent Saturday and Sunday with her friend, Mrs. Alpha Jackson. Miss Bertha Mclvin goes to Stowe this week to visit her sisters. Prof. Votey of Burlington arrived at Aspen Hurst Saturday. Herbert Salsbury of Randolph opened his cottage for the season Saturday. Rev. P. B. Fisk and wife are attending the Vermont Congregational conference at Barre this week. Loren Hartson and wife visited their daughter, Mrs. Dana, in Lyndon the past week. Will Ingalls is painting his house and regrading his grounds. Andrew Hill and E. Barber met on the Pinney hill Wednesday evening and thinking the road not quite wide enough to pass, hastily took off one wheel from Andrew's wagon, then borrowed a wagon and went home to think about speed. Andrew Young had the misfortune to demolish his new buggy the other day by the colt he was driving turning around suddenly in the road. I Tells the story. When your head k aches, and you feel . bilious, consti-' ' pated, and out or tune, witn your I stomach sour and no appetite, just I buy a package ol Hood's Pills And take a dose, from 1 to 4 pills. You will be surprised nt how easily ' they will do their work, cure your I headache and biliousness, rouse the liver and muke you feel happy again. S 4 25 cents. Sold by all medicine dealers. Zk KEUY0US DEBILITY, VITAL 1VE.VKXESS and Prostration from Over work or other causes. 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