Newspaper Page Text
Eaarx GJmtuiy Hcrali.
E.tablUkec 1873 Published Every Thursday by H- W. OSBORNE, Publisher Thursday, June 1, 1922 Enteral at the Tost Office at bland Pjnd, Vermont, as second ?ass mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES Onp Year, (in advance) $2.00 One Year, (in Canada) 2.50 Six Months, 1.00 Three Months, .50 Classified advertising lOr a line first insertion, each subsequent insertion, 6c; no charge less than 25c; count lix words to the line. Reading no tices among locals 10c a line. Cards cf thanks 50c. Resolutions Mid obituaries $1.50 and more accord ing to space. Wheelbarrows Climb Stairs. Cue of the Interesting sights of the city of Changsha In China, Is the wheelbarrows which climb stairs. Some distance ahead of the regula tion wheel there Is another smaller one. In climbing over flagstone steps or bridges, the handles of the wheel barrow are lowered until the auxil iary wheel rises above the next high er step. Then the wheelbarrow, which often carries 300 or 400 pounds, see saws from wheel to wheel until the next level stretch of flagstones Is reached. Clock With Twenty Dials. A clock In San Diego, Cal., has 20 dials, and the time of day or nlfbt In various parts of the wprld can be seen at a glance. The dials also show the day of the week and the date. The clock, which Is 21 feet high, Is en cased in plate glass. Four of the dials are each four feet In diameter. It Is Jeweled with tourmaline, topaz, and Jade, Is Illuminated at night, and winds itself automatically. Putting Asunder. The late Lord Halsbury was on one occasion tuMressing a gathering -of loffil conferees. The subject was 'Matrimonial Law," and much laugh ter resulted when he reminded his heaiH'i's that Sydney Smith once wrote that, "frequently It is that those per sons whom God hath joined together in matrimony, ill-cooked joints and badly boiled potatoes have put asun der." Concerning Floor Coverings. Floors are not only part of the back ground of the room along with the walls and celling, but they also form the foundation of the whole decorative scheme Therefore the floor coverings .,.,.. necessarily oe oarser n color I than the walla, otherwise they will I spoH the entire proportion of the room by the effect of instability produced. This On a Singer. The golden-crowned kinglet has nothing much in the way of a song, says the American Forestry Magazine, but the ruby-crowned has ,a beautiful song of most surprising power for so small a bird and, while singing, the male often elevates his ruby crown patch. 900,000 MILES IN 40 YEARS Chicago Woman Qlobo Trotter lack in Unit! State After Tour j of Europe. New York. Miss Celeste J. Miller of Chicago, wealthy globe trotter, re turned on the Lapland recently after completing a slx-raonths' tour of 32, 000 inilen. This will bring her travel in the last forty years, she say3, to a total of 900.000 miles, when she reaches Chicago on Friday. Mix Miller is a daughter of the late Henry F. Miller, pioneer settler of Illinois, who amassed a fo-tune In real estate. To Fay His Tempts $25 fcr New Babies Chicago. Architect Harry I. DaLsey. vh is building a 33 flat building with a perambula tor stall, with lock and key for euch tenant, has announced that each tenant who receives a call from Doctor Stork will receive U cash present of $25. Should tVvlns be left he'll make It -.' "I want to see lots of children around my building, for they make happy homes," Mr. Dalsey said. oeverai Hundred tnousand pelts, In cluding polHr, grizzly and black hoar skins, coyotes, buffalo, silver, red, cross fox skins, niiiMkrnf, heaver, sable, mink, were received by n fur company at Montreal to be sold nt Its winter aale. Shipments were received from all parts of Canada, ns we'l as from Hnssia, Labrador, United States and l'a In ;,.! in. F01EY" KIDNEY PIUS (ret KlOKgvft HQ BLADDM FOLLIES! FOLLIES! FOLLIES EAST CHARLESTON Mrs. I. R. WOLCOTT, Cor. Etta and Tom Canning of Island Pond were guests of friends in town over Sunday. Mrs Alfred Wilson and sons of Derby spent the week-end at their home here-- . Mrs Emma Holland of Berlin N H, is the guest of her niece, Mrs Charles Bishop. Mr and Mrs Coffey of West Charleston "were recent guests at Bert Seavey's. Mr and Mrs Geo Johnson, Mr and Mrs Earl Hinton and family recently visited rela tives in St Johnsbury. Mr and Mrs E M Campbell, -nd son, Mrs E W Moulton of Beebe and Mrs Homer Gay of flalo-arv. Alta.. were recent quests at Leon Buck's. Mr and Mrs Geo Morse and Mr and Mrs A Drown attended the funeral of their brother, Joe Smith, at Browningto-n Center last week Albert Damon has moved from Canada to his farm here Clvde Moulton who recently underwent an operation on his leg at Orleans Hospital is able to he out Several Woodmen from this rami) attended the big meet inc in St Johnsbury last week Vanrov Moulton and Miss Blanch Elliott of Newport were married by Rev Mr Rice at Derby Line, May 20. The ma ny friends of the young couple extend their heartiest' congrat ulations. Mrs W E Stoddard visited friends in Lyndonville last week. Mrs Joel Whitcomb who has been caring for her mother, Mrs White of Brownington, has returned home. Clarence Sanborn entertainn ed his sister, Mrs D Smith, of Derby Line, Sunday. Rev G H Dierlamm spent sev j eral days in Hardwick the past j week. Mr and Mrs C Sanborn and children visited relatives in Morgan last week. Several friends met with Mrs G H Dierlamm Friday evening to help her celebate her birth day. Refreshments were serv ed and a good time reported. Mr and Mrs Homer Locke spent Sunday with her parents at Mclndoes Falls. Mr and Mrs Charles Gray of Lyndonville are. guest3 of his j'mothe - Mrs Rosetta Gary - , to X751e, l auu "" """.i j are ine parents oi a mue uaug hter. bcrn recently. Mrs Charles Morse of Barton was a guest at Harry Motses .Sunday. I Mr and Mrs John Keeler and ! daughter of Coventry were the I guests of his sister, Mrs Harry Kezar, Sunday. j Rev Mr Davidson of Derby, and Rev G H Dierlamm ex changed pulpits Sunday. All members of North Star Camp M W of A, are invited to meet with the Island Pond M W of A, for Memorial exercis es, Sunday, June 4th, at 1 o' clock. WANTED, LOST, FOR SALE House For Sale in field, Vt. Call A. W. Bloom-Peter-3t son afc East Brighton. FOR SALE the "Nate Hob son" buildings recently pur chased by me. Also horse, harness and wagon. Apply to Albertus Cole, Island Pond. Vt. Apr 27 tf SLAB-WOOD FOR SALE-C. N. Williams, Island Pond, Vt. v 6-8-22 LIVE FOXES WANTED, fieds and greys. Write. Will iam Bivins, Eminence, N. Y. " j..'. No Fain Sine . .. Athelstom, Qua., Dec 22,1905 I have had rheumatism for the past five years, I took one bottle of your Famous A. J. Pi Rheumatic Cure which cured me. I have not had any pain since Alexander Munro For Sale by Bosworth Store Co. or INDIGESTION ACIDITY All Druggista. 0LEY KIDNbi' PILLS OH J. W. Thurston, Drug: Store, CONCORD Mrs. Fred Hastings, Cor. Mrs Helen Davis is spending a three week vacation from her work at Brightlook hospi tal, at her home here. F E tulman of Bethel, Vt., agent lor Empire Milkers, was a business visitor in town the pa.?t week. Mrs Homer Cota of St Johns bury was a guest at E J Cotes recently. Mansell Jewell and Mr and Mrs Chancey Barnette were in Plymouth Sunday. Mr and Mrs Walter Gleason and two daughters were visit ors in Walden Sunday. William Wallace of Rich mond, visited his sister, Mrs Hutchinson,, from Wednesday until Friday. Mrs F J Hutchinson greatly appreciated the pre-memorial programme given Thursday in her home by Miss Arabella Lord and her Castle school pu pils. Refreshments of ice cream and cake were served on the lawn. Rev C F Mclntire called on his Kirby parishioners Thurs day. Pre-Memorial exercises were held at the Castle school Fri day afternoon with about twen , ty guests. D M Smith of East Concord, a civil war veteran, spoke to the children. Mrs George Hastings is visit ing her brother, Walter Chap lin at Greefield, Mass., and will also visit her daughter, who is in school at Springfield, Mass. The Concord Library has been presented with 50 books of "The History of the World" They were given by Dr. A P Grint of St Johnsbury. Mr and Mrs Richard South worth were recent guests at Geo Whipples. Mrs Hiram Woods, Mr and Mrs Geo Whipple, and Nathan Banks were guests at Freeman Hutchinson's the' past week. Mrs Julia Bell of -Lunenburg was a recent visitor at Charles Morgan's. Mr and Mrs Fred Adekirk and Mr and Mrs Lowrey were at M J Spauldmgs Sunday. Eugene and Frank Phillips are visiting their parents Mrs Fred Spaulding recently visited friends m Lancaster. JUNIOR Save By (honing This Plant WILLYS Light Junior tares tim in day time gives light at night It enables farmers to tarn more it burns the least expensive fuel kerosene. It saves as it serves. Considering the great benefits Willys Light Jun ior gives, it is false econ omy to be without this economical powtr and light plant. Let us prove it. For Sale bv J. E. BOURQUE, Norton Mills, Vt. ft Foley's Honey and Tar COMPOUND AN OLD RELIABLE FAMILY REMEDY, recommended for coughi, coldi, tickling of the throat, tpaimodie croup, whooping cough, la grippe, end bronchial coughs, hoareeueii, etc. The F'.rot Dote Gave Relief C B. Suinmtri, Holdredge. Nab.. writeat Some limr ago 1 contracted a very severe coagh enc riic our lo exposure My cough got lobad i r o ild hirriiy v.cp lor two or threa nighte. A Irnndi l mine n commended Foley' Honey anS I.t Cornuor.u and 1 got aMc botllo. The verf tint dcie rthovod mo I look a second doae COM to bid ui.d can truthfully aay i die isst ei..K i ar.ee .ill n:gl.t. by uting at direct the next twr u,ys rr.y eouh wai entiraly goo, '' 1 a-.- l i . y a Huney and Tar full cntl Kr KLy .p.d and permanent recovery." for more than thirty ytart Foley's Honey and Tar has Vt used with siti&factiott and swxm, J. W. Thurston, Drug Store, The Last Word The latest New Perfection Oil Cook Stove with the new Superfex burners is the last word in cook stoves. A range that combines the cooking speed of gas with the convenience and economy of kerosene. Progressive dealers are now showing it. Ask for a demonstration. STANDARD OIL CO. OF NEW YORK 26 Broadway ' For Best Results Use Socony Kerosene asm F FOLLIES Opera House, June 6 and 7 AUSPICES of I. P. U.S. raiES aKgatPaMftw ww sfTTrmewacaasiMB.