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August 26, 27, 28, 29
Commencing Thursday Evening, August 26 with a
By the Orleans and Ballon Bands Dancing in Opera and Pythian Halls
A Bunch of Hobos, Luriatics, Gipsies, Clowns, Greenhorns and Special Police
have promised to be present. Come at your own risk as everybody is expect
ed to be crazy while present.
EVERYTHING FREE Ball Gamcs Excepted
Friday at 3 P. 31.
Orleans vs. Lyndonvile
Saturday at 3 P. M.
Orleans vs. Woodsville
Furnished and Placed by Professional Decorators
Saturday at 10 a. m. GRAND PARADE Presentation of Prizes
rV m Oli M r T A A ma a a A a .na
Beat Kichford 10 to 4
(Continucd from pace 1)
loction of $15.58 was taken for
Hospital Fund.
The score and linc-up:
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
Newport 0 13 4 10 10 10 117
Richford 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 4 8 8
Dtlos Buck, 3rd b c, Brown
McCarten, lst b - 2nd b, Austin
Mortili, 2nd b lst b, Ralph Buck
Industriai Floats, Historical Features, Decorated Automobiles, Military Or
ganizations, Uniformed Societies A t
Runninj; Races,
Sack Race, Potato Race,
Three-lcgyed Race
Hurdlc Race, Tub Race
Swimminff Race,
Tug of War
Friday and Saturday at 1.30 P. M.
Dancing in Opera and Pythian Halls
Saturday Evening and listen to a large chorus, in old Urne costume, under
direction of Hon. M. M. Taplin. The program will be interspersed with
v Nobody Interested in Orleans can alTord to miss the
Sunday Evening at 8.00 o'clock
Scarles, c f and
Bishop, A. Beebe, c
Botri, ss and cf
Clui-ko, McNcil, lf
Wells, ri
IÌC( he, John, ss
Faii-brMhe: , p
Umpiie:', Frctt, Ptoulx
Hov.o. Brown, Blanchard.
Rame, 2 hours.
r f t f, Man-
ss, Glanvillc
cf, Hollistcr
li', Robarge
3rd b, Green
Hnrvcy, James
Time of
at 7 o'clock
Miss Latine -Is' Bride
of Gerald Sloan
Miss Boati-ire liline. of this city
and Gerald Sloan of Burbe, P. Q.,
were (uirtly marriod'in the Presby
tory of the Catholic chiù eh 0:i Satur
day eveninu' last. The ccromonv was
performod by Rev. J. II. Bastici! at
eiffht o'clock in the evenirti with
only the contractin; parties an 1 wit
nesses present. The bride was attired
in a handsomo suit of navy blue sertje
with hat and blottse to match. Shc
is a graduate of the Converti of the
Sacred Heart, of Newport and of
Hardwick Acadenty. She ha:-, becn
fot- two yens otte of the niost popu
Inr omplovoos at the New England
Tel. and Tel. Co. oflìee bere.
On WTdnesday evening, a recep
tion was yiven at the home of the
eroom's narents, Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Sloan of Beebe, at which
over a hundied tjucsts were present.
The happv contilo were the recipients
of niany bfiutiful irift.s.
Mr. and Mrs. Sloan will spond their
honeymoon at Lake Park where they
have lensod a cottage unti Aurust
l'fith. after whioh they will reslde at
Newport. Their rr-mty friends cx
tend them le.-t wishes and congratu-lations.
Dr. J. H. Gatncs is attending the
Valley Field races.
Miss Vincent Jones has rcturned
from a trip to Providencc and New
port, R. I. She accompanied Mr. and
Mrs. Le.die Skinner and the trip cov
ered ovci a thausand miles.
Mi.;s - Gertrude Mercereau of
Union SpritiRs is visitine ber cousins.
Di. and Mrs. V. H. Parker and
daughter, Miss Isidoro Parker, who
have been visiting Dr. Parke's moth
er, Mrs. R. F. Parker, for two
weeks, have returned to their home
in Dot Chester, Mass. Miss Arabellc
Parker went to Boston with them.
Mi. and Mrs. C. W. Seaver are
spending two weeks at Potton
Dr. J. II. Mclver has gone to
Plymouth fot .1 few days.
Mis Claudia Spauldin" has beoti
visiting Mi. and Mrs. D. V. Hil
dreth at Willougliby Lako.
Charles Bailey and Mr.' and Mrs.
Samuel Willey have ueturned from a
trip to Taunton, Mas
Trite and Blinehard Co. have set
up a Aermoter for Villeitcuve Bros,
at North Coventry.
Mrs. A. P. Banks is in Sherbrooke
withh er son, Oswald, who is to have
an opcration for the removal of ade
noide. Howard Hauver has returned from
Sherbrooke where he underwent a
.successful opcration for appendicitis.
Alt. Hauver has convalesced rapidly,
and expeets to resumé his work at the
lì. ana M. freight ottico on Saturday.
Miss Elaine Sabourin, R. N., was
with Mr. Hauver at Sherbrooke and
leturned on Wedncsday with him.
Miss Gertrude Harris has been ili
with tonsilitis.
Mrs. Henry Black who is visiting
ber daughter, Mrs. V. R. Dailey ot
North Troy was in town Thursday.
Miss Alice Alfred and her brother,
Emmons Alfred of Pasadena, Cai.,
are in town to remain for some time
with their aunt, Mrs. F. E. Alfred.
The firm of True & Blanchard Co.
have been awarded the contract for
the heating and plumbing of the new
Armory building.
Mrs. L. O. Drew and daughter,
Miss Dorothv Drcw, spent Wednes
day with friend iti St. Johnsbury.
William Hinman of Athol, Mass.,
who was ralled hcre by the dealh of
his brother, Timothy Hinman, was
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. V.
True during his stay in town.
Mrs. Charles Taylor and children
When for any cause
you should change
your table drink
Instant Postum
recommends itself
for many reasons
Among them aro its rich, coffee-like
flavor, ease of preparation, practical
economy and general satisfaction
as a household beveragc for children
as well as grown-ups.
Try Postum
A tin from tho grocer
is very convincing, as
many a former coffee
drinker knows.
Instant '
There's a Reason
Made by Postum Cereal Co., Ine,
Battle Creek, Michigan
of Bcecher Falls is visiting Mi. Tay
lor's mother, Mrs. Victoria Taylor.
Mi. Taylor, who is in the United
States Customs sei-vice, has been
transferred from Bcecher Falls to St.
Miss Dorothv Whalen has returned
from sevoral days' camping as the
guest ot Miss beatrice Skinner at
Eagle Point.'
'lo help prevent accidents and fa
cilitate ttatlic during the week
of Chatau(ua, it has been arranged
that F'icld Avenuc, and North Ave.,
shall be one-way streets, with en
t ranco on Field Ave., west ot the
Goodrich Library. Thero is to be no
parking of cars on Fieli Ave., or
North Ave, and people are asked to
alight on Main Street.
A special band concert, the second
this week, will be given tonight at
Memphremagog Park bv an enlarged
Newport City Band. An unusually
fine and lcngthy program is planned,
and weather permitting, a large
crowd ti expected out. No concert
t will be given next week because the
j Redpath Chut;iU(ua will be nere
: throughout the week.
I The funeral of Benjamin G. Wat-
j kins took place at his late home on
I Thursday afternoon at two o'clock
I and were attended by a large number
I of friends and relativcs from this
j city and from out of town.
! Rev. L. A. Edwards, pastor of the
Congregational ehurrh of which the
dccca.sed was a member, conducted
i the services, ami the bearers were
I old friends and neighbots, William
; Kipp, .1. R. Kirkpatrick, J. F. I.ani
i bert, E. C. Cass, George Macdiatmid
; anrl li. T. W'ebb. The burial was in
j Pine Gi ove cemotory where Masonic
! services were helil. Quantities of
flowers testified to the regniti of
I his business associamoti and friends.
P. J. Farteli and daughter, Mrs.
Otto Ruppert, and son, Farrell Rup
pert loft Thursday noon l'or their
home in W ashington.
Dr. Martin I,. Tirrell of Mr. and
Mrs. E. Veeke of New York city,
who have been guests of Mrs. C. F
Bitrobw. loft Fridav for C'olehionk.
Mrs. Edward Doolin and children
who have been visiting relativcs in
Hartford, Conti., fot- severa! weeks,
returned to her home 011 Wedncsday.
Tuesday evening Mrs. O. S. Annis
sufferod a dislocated shoulder caused
by a fall which happened at her
homo. An anosthotic was administer
ed and the member replarcd.
Sunday Mrs. Homer Lucier had a
surgieal opilation at the Brightlook
hospital, St. Johnsbury, and is not
expected to return for . some little
Chautaunua opcns on the sanie
gtounds as where held last year, Fri
day, Aug. .".0,
Edwtn F. Abbott, at present prtn
ripal of the Rutland hiHi school was
in town this week. He formerly lived
here, in the family of his father, Os
car Abbott, who now lives in Derby
and is in very poor he uih.
Ara Griggs was here this week in
vestigating automobile accident mat
ters in the interest of that depart
ment of the office of the Sccrctary of
Mrs. H. A. Clough, many years a
residont of the town but now locate d
with her daughter, Mrs. Mary Web
ster of Melrosc, Mass., is visiting
friends hcreabouts.
I.awyer Elmer Johnson of St. Al
bans visitor! his mother, Mrs. Emma
Johnson Wcdnesday.
Mrs. Fred Albee will soon begin
work as a clerk in the posi office.
Mi. and Mrs. Lyle Cass 01 Spring
field have bought the Henry Baidwtn
tarm in Morgan Gore, and take
possession August Zi. Mrs. Cass has
been for some time visiting her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Fullcr of tkis vii;
Mrs. H. H. Blake entertained the
Housewives' Lcague at her residence,
afternoon. A ltterarv and musical
program was given and about 40 la
dies were present. Refreshments
were scrved.
Mi. and Mrs. Henry Baldwin are
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. F.
Buckland for the present. They re
cently sold their fami.
Miss Jennie Diamond has returned
to her hdme in Highgate, after a visit
ol sevcral weeks with liei sister, Mrs.
Miss Rose Bazinet of Coaticook
has returned to her home, after a
visit with her sister, Mrs. Robert
Shcrman has returned to her home.
Mrs. Tilley and Mrs. M. A. Adams
have returned from a visit of four
weeks in Lyndonville, St. Johnsbury,
Montpeliet and Burlington.
Mrs. J. C. Hay entertained the La
dies' Circle oi the United church at
a "norch party" Wcdnesday after
noon. L. B. Holmes has purchased the L.
I). Beerworth milk route of West
Mi. and Mrs. Alien Chapman of
Montclairc, N. J., have ì-eturned
home after two weeks vacation with
hot parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Pin
ney. Edward Abbott of Rutland is visititi-
hi3 father, Oscar Abbott.
Mrs. Barton Grout is visiting rela
tive.s in Lisbon, N. H., and other plac
ca in that victntty.
Miss Kate Morati of Fort Myer,
Va., is spending her vacation with
her parents in town.
Mrs. Searles of St. Johiisbut ..as
been visitin her niece, Mrs. Rufus
Kelley, for the past week.
Mi. and Mrs. W. E. Tinker and
party of Bcebe, P. Q., have rcecntly
visited friends in the village.
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Stone, who
bive been in the sumnier school in
Burlington, have returned home. !
Miss Lottte Fuller, who has been
attending the surhmer school at the
Universitv of Vcrfnont, has returned
The United church is considering
the matter of a church and Sunday
school picnic to ho held in the near
Mi. and Mrs. Cyril Darby of Dcrbv
Line spent the week-end with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. P. .Tenne.
Mrs. Charles Buswell and children
of Mcdford, Mass., re visiting at the
home of her sister. Mrs. IL H. Blake.
It is ì-eported that L. R. Holmes
has rented his farm to G. L." Shaw
for tho roming ycar, possession given
August 20.
New York and Mrs. Fred Peroival of
Pike, N. IL, were in town the first
ot the week callin-r on friends, Mr.
Smith being a graduate of O. IL S.
Miss Bernicc Bachund of Newport
visited her mother the first of the
The people of the village are ali
busy making prepatations for the
Centennial celebration next week
when great numbers of former resi
dents are expected to return and
everybody expeets and wants com
pany. Miss Ella Blaisdcll has had as
guests during the week Mrs. Aldrich
of Malden, Mass., and Mrs. Charles
Barrows of Barton.
Barton Gives Royal
Giants Lively Session
(Continued from page 1)
struck on the head, bui he grinned
and ttotted to first.
't he Barton team was strengthen
cd by the acquisition ot Beor who
appeared in nght field, while Barrows
held down the initi'al sack. Harley
Lcland, from the University of ver
This is a Short Lettor, but it
Brings a Mcsse.ge of Import
ance to cvery Woman.
Wnodford, Vt. "I look Lydia F. Tink
ham's V'g"tnljlA Compound and Liver
l'ilIB betnre ny chiid
was Imrn and it did
wondertnl work for
me. My baby wnigh
ed eigltt and nno-half
.potindu whon horn
and I did not ttlTer
ntRny pains. Voti
ran pulilish this let
tor if you wish for I
.would not be with
out your moilicinn
before cliild birth."
Mrs. John Libi-
bini, Woodford, Vt.
1 1 1 1 .'"'wry il!!
TI.- ...I. T .K- f Ti:1.1,,a
mont, the rcgular . Bar on in i base- ' Compoiind is o s..c,,.ssful
un , ri'mit 1 iitiiinn uri Tura . . ...
man and lormer Lyndon ln;titute
hard hitting star was sorely missed
troni the game.
The score:
Wallace, 2b 6 3 0 3 4 0
Files, 3b 711240
Fuller, ss 7 1 2 2 2 0
Gary, lb C 0 1 14 1 1
Land, lf 6 0 2 4 0 1
White, rf 5 110 6 0
Emory, rf, p 4 12 110
Eowden, c 2 1 0 7 0 0
Cai-tei, p 6 2 1 0 3 1
in overecniing woman's ills is becattM it
contains tlie tonic, strengthening prop-
ertU'B of good old-fashioned roots and
Iteri), whiwh act on the fcntale orgun
ism. , Women from ali parts of tho
country are continttally testifying to ita
Btrengthening, curative influence, and
aa it contains no narcotica or harmful
drngs it is a safe medicine for women.
If you wnnt special advice vvrite Lydia
E. Pinkham Medicine Co. (confldontial ),
Lynn, Mass. V'otir lettor will be opened,
read, ami answered by women only.
4!) 10 10 33 21 3
Mrs., Dr. G. B. Rowell has had as
guests two lady friends from Boston
. They drovc their own cai- on the
Miss Annie Daniels of St. Johns
hury has been spending a few days
in town.
Through the couttesy of J. G
Turnbull manv of the Chautauqua
people have been taken to beautiful
lake Willoughby and places of in
terest about.
Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Skinner and
two daughters of Bingham, Me., are
visiting relativcs in town.
Clifton Webster and wife and son,
Richard, -and Mrs. Emma Perlcy, and
son, Kenneth, of Rumford, Me., are
al IL S. Wcbster's for two wcoks.
Dr. Ricker of St. Johnsbury was at
the hospital on Mottday where he
performed sevcral opcrations for adc
noiis. Misses Martha and Laura Jenness
of St. Johnsburv were guests of Mrs.
Nye during Chautauqua.
Miss Eva Homer of Northfield is
visitine at Ernest Mathews'.
Mrs. Gordon Joslyn of Greenf.eld,
Miss., is visitine her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. John Wingct.
Mrs. Frank Parlin and sister, Miss
Mvra Douglas have returned from
Springfield, Mass., where they spent
at wo weeks' vacation.
A largo party attended the dance
at Caspian Lake, Greensboro, Thurs
day evening. The New Harmony or
chestra furnished the music.
The Community Chautauqua clos
cd on Wodnesdav evening one of the
most delightful programs over ren
dered in the six years that th enter
tatnmnts have been given in this vil
alge. The management made ar
ningments for another season nutch
to tho satisfaction of everybody.
Ro.;coe Smith and wife and child of
Heath, si
Snvder, c
B. Lee, 2b
Barrows, lb
T. Lee, 3b
Dubots, cf
Bcor, rf
Emerson, lf
San gei-, p
Total 40 6 7 33 18 10
Out for bunting third strike.
Threc base hit, T. Lee. First base
011 balls off Sanger 4, off Carter 6;
off Emory 1. Wild pitch, Saner. Two
base hits, Files, Snydcr, Emerson.
Struck out by Carter 7, by Sanger 0.
Doublé plays, Cartel-, to Cary to
FSles, Fuller to Wallace to Garv.
Hcith to Barriws to T. Lee, Sanger
o Barrows to T. Lee. Hit by pitcher,
Sanjrer by Carter, Bowden 3, White
by Sanger.
Developing, Primting
and Enlarging
for Amateuri. Special atten
tion paid to mai orders. 24
iour nervice. Al orders for
warded, postage prepaid.
Send for price list.
37 Main Street, Newport Vt
"Everythinsr Photographic"
Eastman Kodak Agency
LOST Gold bracelet with locket
containing two photographs nitials
A. A. P. Finder pteasé notify 1196
East M ainSt., Newport, Vt., 47-48
WANTED Middle" aged Catholic
housekeeper for light wark, small
familv. Pitone 63-12 or write J. D.
Hill, Newport, Vt. 47-52
r . ; : v ' n q;ll
Eastern Exhibition
Aug. 28, 1920 to Sept. 4
A wonderf ul shówing' óf
Horses, Cattle, Sheep, Swine and Poultry
Races Everyday Dogshow Sept. 1-2
Vaudeville every afternoon. 3Iidvay, 20 Big Shows
Mrs. Josephine Davis of Beebe i.t
visiting her sister, Mrs. E. M. Gray.
Mrs. Lillian .Judd Furgeson and
son of New York are visiting at Cari
Mrs. E. M. fit-3- recently visited
her mother, Mrs. Perkins at Rock Is
lam!. Mrs. V. A. Davis of Derby Line is
visiting her micie. Frank Perkins.
Mi. and Mrs. Charles Young of
New York have been visiting at A.
R. Hall's the past week.
Mrs. E. A. Ferrin recently visited
her sister, Mrs. W. K. Baldwin, at
Baldwin's Mills, Que.
Mrs. Harold Stratton ai ' son.
Donald, òf J3epbe, are visiti" I r her
parents, Mt and Mrs. A. R Hall.
Miss Violet Huntoon has returned
from Evansville, where she has been
visiting ar the home of Rev. Mr.
Cook. (
Knight MacGregor Company.
Succlnct Information.
Frlen'ls of otirs bave a fninlly
of tliree rhlldren. Ellznbottr nnd twlns
James and .loseplt. The twlns r
semble eacli other so irmeli font It is
hnrd to (listlngulsh them. One day
while the elilldren were plnylng In the
ynrd a nelghbnr nsked Kllnbeth whleh
of the boys wns .Tnnios. nnd site very
promptly rooolveil the reply thnt James
wns the one standing next to Joseph.
i Properly Rebuked.
The fnther nnd n friend were enjoy
Ing n srnoUe on the porrli nnd dnddy
threw the nlmost (lnlslted rigar on the
lnwn. Junior pioUed It tip. ran to" bis
mother nnd exolnitiied : "Look where
(lndd.v threw this. ittntlier! Don't let
hlhi got nwny witlt thnt stnfT Just be
cnuse he has company."
Heretofore Unheard of.
A Hot Pptings mnn cnine nenr mnk
lng the mlstnke of Rwallowlng n snnke
Ì7 Inches long, while tfiklng his wa
ter "strnlght" from the hose. We've
heard of cnlves belng foitnd In hose,
but this Is the tirst time we ever
heard of snakes in 'era. Arkansaw
Thomas Cat.
Premier Theatre
Euid Dennett
Chapter No. 4
The Wonderful HOUDINI, in
Sunshine Comedy
A, wonderful spectncle with 1000 performers, a
scene of colour, Music, Dancing and Beauty. Every
A Baby Welfare Exhibit with a Trained Staff in
attendance always
The most enjoyable and profìtable method of
spending a holiday. For information write to Sec
tary, Sherbrooke, Que.
President. . Vice-president.
Good Roads No Passports Hcarty Welcome
Two table girls at Fitzdale
Boarding House. Wages $9
weekly. Phone or write
Fitzdale Paper Company
Fitzdale, Vt.
Newport Business Directory
Leo II. Mclver, D. O. S.
Optornetrist and Optician
Appointments made by mail
'.elephone to have examinationa made
of the eyes for glasses. Renihan
TbI. 243-21 Nnwport. VL
Offlca hours 8.80 to 12 and 1.80 to E
Tel 454 Lace's B?k
Dr. Harry v Hamilton
X-Ray Serrice
Complete Gas and Oxygen equipment
for pninless dentistry.
Offlca ho-irs: 8.80 to 12, and 1.80 to 5
Tel. 278-2 Gilman's J loek
E. H. I10VVE
Succèssor to Howe & Stowe
Tel. 175 Boot'i Block

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