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THE UNITED OPINION, BRADFORD, VERMONT, FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 29, 1922.
y CORINTH. George and Otis Hastings, the sons of Mr. and Mrs. George B. Hastings, are home from Bay Path Institute, School of Business Train ing in Springfield, Mass., where they are attending school. The Christmas holidays at Bay Path Institute are for one week only. Owing to the fact that the students are fitting themselves for business positions, this is the only vacation which is granted during the school year, and this Christmas recess is made up by Saturday sessions dur ing January. January 2,, when the school opens, there will be a New Year's party given at the school for the students and their friends. EAST CORINTH Miss Susie T. Tophin is on the sick list, at B. P. Boyces, a nurse from Woodsville is caring for hor. But for quick work and the use of ex tinguishers what might have been quite a disastrous fire Saturday morning, was stopped, at C. C. Pucks house, when fire was discovered in the petition. It had got under such headway that fire was com ing out the roof. All the furniture was removed and quite a bit of damage was done to the building, which is bejng re paired as fast as possible. The minstrel show Dec. 20 was well attended and enjoyed by all. The darkies were out in full force and gave us a fine entertainment. About $40 was added to the baseball fund. Christmas was observed this year by a Pageant, "The Messenger" and a tree in the Community Hall, Saturday evening. The villlage was shocked Thursday morning Dec. 21 to hear of the sudden death of R. D. Rowland, being found dead by Mrs. Rowland in bed. He retired and was up around at 2:30 A. M., apparen tly in good health, but the call came sudden and he apparently passed on without a struggle. Mr. Rowland was 70 years old. His funeral was held from his late home, Sun day, Rev. M. Semet officiating. He leaves a wife, two daughters, and son. We wish all our customers a Happy New ear and thank you for your patronage ' of the past year. Please keep in mind that this is a general store witn complete lines of Groceries, Dry Goods, Hardware and Confections. Worthley Brothers General Merchants East Corinth, Vt. State News CORINTH CORNER W. E. Woodcock, our genial mail carrier, was reminded Christmas day that the many patrons whom he .has delivered ma to through so many years appreciated the numerous favors he has rendered them and the highly satisfactory service he has given, contending with great extremes in weather and at times, very bad roads. They hope that he will see fit to continue to look after the most important thing in the community life, for many more years . . Mrs. Ethel Cornish of. Bridgeport, Conn is passing the Christmas season with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Blake. Miss Fannie Cilley, who has been assist ing Mrs. Chas. Burroughs for several weeks is passing Christmas week with her sister, Mrs. Smith of Pike Hill and Mrs. Geo. Burroughs of West Corinth is assist ing Mrs. Chas. Burrough during her ab sence. Mrs. Will Johnson of Barre and master Kenneth are spending Christmas with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest McCrillis. Mr. Perle Burroughs of St. Johnsbury, Mrs. Kidder of West Corinth, and Mrs. Truman Spear and Mr. Almon Burgess of Chelsea were Sunday visitors at Mrs. Chas. Burroughs. Dr. Marshall of Chelsea was called one day last week to attend little Edith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David McLeod. The annual meeting of the Green Mountain club will in Rutland Jan 13. This club has 1,088 members Uharies r. hooper ot itutland is president. The lowest number issued this year from the secretary of state's office for automobile number plates, 100 went to Alonzo A. Hopkins of Cabot, who made his application last October. Charles C. Warren of Waterbury, who has had No. 1 for many years, will have for 1923 Nos. 101 and 102. A. K. Johnson of St. Johnsbury, for 43 years affiliated with the St. J. and L. C. railway, has been re tired from active service and plac ed on the pension list. In the near ly half century Mr. Johnson was in the railroad business he was never in a serious accident, although 24 years ago he lost his left hand be tween cars while switching, He be came 78 years old last October. WEST FAIRLEE CENTRE Our students who attend High Schools are at home for their vacation Olive Chamberlain from Montpelier Seminary Alice Marr, Carl Cook and Robert Morey from Lyndonville Academy. Fred W. Brown has bought a new horse, t vMr and Mrs. A. L. Hatch and children went to Post Mills on Saturday to attend the Christmas exercises at the church, remaining over Sunday with sister and brother Mr. and Mrs. R, II. Hatch. v Dennison B. Smith arrived from his work in Boston on Saturday to spend the holidays with his family. Marian Miller who is teaching at White field, N. H. is at home for the holidays. Moberg and Bergdahl have taken a ten year lease from Wm. W. Russ of the old Coburn sawmill. It is their intention to put the mill in good repair and to do all kinds of custom sawing. The school Xmas tree was held on Friday night at the church. The teacher Mr. Cadoo had prepared a program of recitations and dialogues. Several select ions were rendered by the band after which , presents from the tree were distributed. Each child receivjd some gift from the teacher and a box of nuts and candy which was furnished by the Mothers Club. Several from here attended the Xmas exercises given by the school children under the direction of their teacher Miss Alice Cook at West Fairlee on Friday evening. FOR OVER 40 YEARS HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE has been used successfully in the treatment of Catarrh. HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE con sists of an Ointment which Quickly Relieves by local application, and the Internal Medicine, a Tonic, which acts through the Blood on the Mucous Sur faces, thus reducing1 the inflammation. Sold by all druggists. P. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio. Servant Girl Wouldn't Go In Cellar, FearlnS Ruts. Mrs. Topper, I'lainleld, N. J., saya, "Rats were no bad in our cellar the servant girl wouldn't' go there. Boupht some RAT-SNAP and it cleaned all the rats out." RAT-SNAP destroys rats and mice. Absolutely prevents odors. Comes in cake form, no mixing. Cats or dofta won't touch it. Three sizes, 35c, 65c, (1.25. Sold and guaranteed by Siscois Pharmacy. Say Merry Christmas with Flowers! Roses, Carnations, Violets and Narcissus. Fine Blooming Plants Begonias, ' Cyclamen, Primulas. Cherry Trees, Poincethias, etc. 4 Indoor Decorations New Christmas Baskets, Miniature Christ mas Trees, Real Holly and Laurel, Wreaths, roping ancl branches. Everything for Xmas. Vermont Cut Flower Exchange Phone 401 " White River Junction, Vt TOPSHAM Rev. Ernest Ralston of Salem, N. Y. will preach at the Presbyterian Church next Sunday the 31st. at llo'clock. Frank Smith was in Barre last week Tuesday. Mrs. Richard Webster visited at Ernest Hayward's in Corinth last week. A baby girl weighing 4j lbs. was born Dec.20 to Leander Dexter and wife. Misses Marion Blood of' Brattleboro . and Blanche Blood of Middlebury are visiting at Norman McLam's Elliot Miller of Cavendish is visiting his mother Mrs. Miriam Morrison. Victor- Bromley of Goshen N. Y. is spending the Holidays at home. The pupils of Mrs. Miles school at the Four, Corners enjoyed a Christmas Tree on the closing day of school Dec. 22. A goodly number of grow mips and several children outside of the school were present. A life long resident of this town Rufus D. Rowland died suddenly last week Thursday. The village and Four Corners school are closed for two weeks vacation. Verna Moulton is spending the Christmas holidays at home. Miss Moulton is taking a business course at Bay Path Institute, School of Business Training in Springfield, Mass. Because of the nature of the work undertaken at Bay Path Institute and because most of the students are taking courses with the idea of fitting themselves as quickly as possible for business ca reers, the Christmas holidays are only of one week's, duration and all the time lost from school is made up later in the year by Sat urday's sessions. All of the stu dents are planning to return to school for the opening on January 2, not only on account of the school work, but because of the )ig New Year's party to which all 'the students are invited on the evening of Tuesday, Jan. 2. THE HEATROLA Burns any kind of coal: Cut down the coal bills by cutting out the waste. A stove that "eats" coal also eats up your money. This heater does neither. It is a clean, steady burner, with waste reduced to the very minimum. It pays for itself in the saving of fuel. The advantage of this heater is that you can burn soft 'as well as hard coal. Now is the time to get your Furnaces overhauled. We have a good line of Holiday Goods. Neckties and Handkerchiefs Carpet Slippers Toys and Stationery Christmas Cards and Oranges Have you one of our Calendars ? If not, - drop in and get one. Fruit, Nuts, and Xmas Candy G. B. HASTINGS, Corinth, Vt. ONE PRICE GENERAL STORE 10 Send us your Job Printing IE. S. LOCKE, We have a good svipply . of Xmocs Toys Games Post Cards Stationery Fancy Dishes Xmas. Candies & Nuts. Give us a call. LYME The annual Congregational Church meeting and dinner was held last week Thursday. The weather was ideal and the attendance good. Gratifying reports were given by the different officers in the forenoon. The chichen pie dinner prepared by Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Goodell and Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Converse served promptly at noon by the efficient waitresses, Misses Theda and Thelma Melvin, Pearl Franklin Pauline Whitterniore, Dorothy Goodell and Dorothy Henry was fully appreciated The afternoon session was given to the election of officers and roll call Harriet A Balch was unanimously re elected clerk and D. A. Grant Treasurer Two new deacons were elected, Luther Whittemore was elected a deacon for years to nil Acina nase place whose term expired and Fred A Grant to fill David A Grant's place. Ivan D. L'anch chett was elected S. S. Supt. and Fred A Grant Ass't. Supt. Mildred M. Grant Primary Supt. A ice L. Wushburn Cradle Roll Supt. and Elmer F. Morrill Supt of the Home Dept. The church Jcttcrs sent out previous to the meetin W re very well responded to. Daddy Grobecker and his Swiss Yodlers filled the 3rd number of the Grange Lec ture course and met the full approval of all by the hearty applause given them. The last number comes march Cth. D. James Moran, son-in-law of Rufus Wilson died Dec. 22, after a long illness of diabetes, aged 36 yrs. Ernest Woodwell of Enfield N. II. and Phillip Woodwell High School instructor of Haverhill, Mass. came .Sat. to their father's Rev. Geo. M. Woodwell's for the Christmas recess. Miss Dorothy Dimick of Providence, R. I. is a guest in the Whittemore home, A. J. Warren went to Claremont, N. II Christmas Day to be with his children and grandchildren. He returned the follow ing day being accompanied by his daughter Mrs. Vera Davis and grand son Clare Davis Mrs. Addie L. Morrison closed her house Tuesday and went to W. R. June tion to visit her brother and wife until Wednesday morning when she went to Newton, Mass. to be with, Mrs. Marie Kingsbury a couple of months. E. C. Perkins and Clayton Claflin re turned from Post Pond Chrisjnas Day bringing strings of pickerel and perch. Perkin's best pickerel weighed 1 fibs, Mrs. F. E. West is confined to her bed with grip. " Mrs. McMullen of the Alden House is gaining. PIKE went to WroodsviIIe Thursday to visit his Harrv Bruce, who is emnloved at. the niece Mrs- Yeaton, nrespnr, fimp in HinsHn.lp. N TT ennnf tV. Mrs. William Fortier and two children Christmas holidays in town. of East Haverhill were guests of Mrs, Miss Marion K. Sheridan spent Christ- Anley Shelly several days the past week mas at the home of her parents in White- Subscribe to tbe Opinion field, N. II. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Knight, Jr. were the dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Bryant Christmas at Whetstone Inn, Miss Florence Robinson R. N. of New York City was the guest of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Charles Robinson over the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Glover were en tertained by Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Knight on Christmas day. Archie Hall of W ells River spent t'le holidays in town as the guest of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hall. Mr. and Mrs. John Wing and family are enjoying a vacation with relatives in Boston Miss Helen Porter passed the holidays at her former home in Bedford, N. H, The children of Bethany Sunday School rendered a most excellent Christmas program last Saturday evening in l ike Hall. Their efforts to please met the approval of the large audience which assembled for the occasion after the en tertainment the usual Christmas ex ercises were held including an enormous Christmas tree, beautifully decorated and laden with gifts for the boys and girls. A big New Year's Movie show has been arranged for Wednesday evening of next week. Eleven reels of fun and excitement will be run without advance in price of admission. Miss Eva Breason spent Christmas with relatives in Lyndonville, Vermont, Miss Georgia Hadley was the guest of her father James B. Hadley in Littleton over the holidays Missarah Hathaway spent the Christ- (jerald J?timpson went to Boston to have his eyes treated and Miss Mason is taking his place as night operator at the railroad station. Clifton Whitcher has moved his family to East Warren, where he has work. Fred Cavavan spent Christmas in Concord, N. II. Mrs. Kenneth Pike, Phylis and Althea Gould w ere in Woodsville, Friday. Mr. Jerry Clough, our R. R. station agent, motored to Woodsville recently on business. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Pike and Phylis vrre in Pike, Sunday. Fred Chasson's family entertained se yeral of their relatives, Christmas Day. ' Mr. and Mrs. II. H. Washburn spent Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Martin in Woodsville. Gilbert Coates has begun work at East Warren with team. Leo Loroie is driving team for Moosi- lanke Bobbin Company. Frescott Blake of Pike was a guest of his mother, Mrs. Philys Derosia, Saturday. Arthur Brown went to Conway to spend Christmas with Mrs. Brown. ORANGE COUNTY FARM BUREAU ' NOTES Meetings for the consideration of the tabulations of the Farm Management Survey which was taken in Randolph and Royalton last Spring were held in Ran dolph Center and Randolph on Monday and Tuesday evenings, respectively. In teresting facts regarding the range of prices for farm products were given as well as tables showing the influence of different factors on farm incomes. Mr. mas holidays in Newbury at the home of H- p- Youn? Farm Management Specia- her uncle Warren Bailev ''8 explained somewhat the object of the Mrs. Flora Trinnell is enjoying a vaca- ,arm survey 111 tnese twn wn,cl! 18 10 De tion in Holyoke, Mss, A team of Shetland ponies, the gift of E. Bertram Pike to his children caused considerable interest in town on Christmas day, John B. Govan and W. H. Clark attend ed the sixty-fourth semiannual communi cation of the Masonic Grand Lodge in Manchester this week. Mrs. Adele Miller who has been em ployed in the home of Henry I. Smith for several weeks, finished her duties there last Saturday and is spending a short vacation with relatives in North Haverhill Louis Osier spent the Christmas holi days at his home in St. Johnsbury. Neiland Green of Bradford was the guest of his sister Miss Beulah Green over Christmas, taken every year for five years. Farmers who are interested in knowing the actual conditions which control farm prices and how each farmer can best relate himself to the conditions should be interested in following the records from year to year. Randolph and Royalton were the two- towns chosen in Vermont for the survey work because they were believed to be average towns. At the meetings on Monday and Tues day evenings, Mr. R. E. Elliott manager of the Addison County Farmers' Exchange and Mr. K. J. Kirk, Ceneral manager of the Vermont Farmers' Cooperative Live stock Marketing Ass'n. were present and presented the plans for continuing the Cooperative marketing of livestock. On Wednesday and Thursday afternoons Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Gaudry were very interesting md successful Boys and visitors in town Monday of this week. Herman Morrill and Eric II. Blank are pending their Christmas vacations at their respective homes, Mr. and Mrs. E. Blank and family were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Smith on Christmas Day. GLENCLIFF WAITS RIVER, VT. A FRIEND IN NEED tAat will oottl and heal your ichn UN pain unfallla&ljr. 30c. HB HOUSEHOLD BALM 30c. Is a powerful, penetratta rubMrac Liniment lor Ppr&lna, Sore, Stiff Joint and Muaclee, Rheumatio Twinges, Bora Throat or Cheat. Headache, Chil blains, and other everyday ailment. It ebould be ill EVKRY home. Mc at drug and federal atone or writ. KIMBALL BROS. & CO. Inc. ENOSBURG FALLS, VT. Ed Hicks and William Belyea were in Warren on business, Monday. Mrs. II. II. Washburn was a cuest of her sister, Mrs. Harry Hoyt at Pike, Tuesday. Mrs. William Coates, Ethel, Charlie and Susie Coates , were in Woodsville shopping, Tuesday. Mrs. Albert Bowles of Tike was a guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Coates, Tuesday night. Miss Nellie Little was in Woodsville Tuesday on business. George, Joseph and Pauline Harvey of Warren were guests of their aunt, Mrs. Fred Chasson, the first of the week. Mrs.' Mary Belyea was very sick the first of the week, and Dr. Ladd of Went worth was called. Mrs. Etta Kilgore returned from her visit in Auburn, N. II., Monday night, and was a guest of Mrs. H. II. Washburn, returning to her home in Norway, Me., Wednesday. v Fred Wilkinson was in the place calling Qn old friends the first of the week, and Girls Club meetings atThetford and New bury were held. A te ach place clubs were organized with keeping of farm accounts as the main project. Mr. H. P. Young assisted at these meetings. Meetings of each club were planned for early in January. On Friday night the Central Orange County Jersey Cattle Club held a public meeting at the Town Hall in Chelsea. The program consisted of a talk by Mr. Leonard Dunk, Eastern representative of the American Jersey Cattle Club illustrated by lantern slides and moving pictures. This meeting was well attended and very interesting from start to finish. The Fertilizer Pool postively closes in December 30. Get your orders in to the Farm Bureau office or to the nearest Farmers' Exchange through which your business will go before that date. H. A. Dwinell, County Agent For Sale ! THE PROPERTY LOCATED IN NEW BURY TILLAGE, AND KNOWN AS THE -HENRY KEYES PLACE. FOB PARTICULARS ADDRESS H. 8. LOYEJOY. BBANFORD, CONN. 47tf.