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JALU1JON1AIS -RECORD, WEDNESDAY, AUCUST 2, 1922 folk. arRi.vi. v - R i h vi tei -f '"fé. ' .li. fifJT.Br Aia jSm RACINE MultiMileCsrd A CORD TIRE OF EXTRA -TESTED QUALITY RACIlsfE TrustyTread AFABRICTIRE ONLY IN 303 ano3Qx3!4 SIZES RACINE A FABRIC TIRE GIVING SUPERICI! SERVICE mmin mmm this name d;i every tire Macie by RACINE RUBBER COMPANY lìACINE, WISCONSIN T&aredistnbators forRacinetires and recommeml them toyou BOSTON RACINE RUBBER COMPANY, INC. ICO Liooklino Avonue, Boston, MASS F. T. Bob W righi, Jr., Vice-Pre;--. & General Manager Ronald J. Ilerzii, Treasurer ASK YOUE LOCAL DEALER 1 Dea't-rs liriffi t.t far frctx r?Lnnt a vmt f:ne cnror.'uniiu fvntou ''HOTEL ST. JAMES TIMES SQUARE, NEW YORK CITY Just ofl Uroadw. et 109-113 Wt 45th St. Mudi Uiorvi by wonvm fcavefoi, w.lhoat t.cort Suiulàna in wery room." An Hotei of quiet digmty. having the ctmosphera .nd ppointmentg of a well con dltioned home. 40 Theatres, ali prlndpal hopa and churchea, 3 to 4 tninutes' walk. 2 minute of ali subway, "L" roada, surf ace cara, bui Unw. J Within 3 minute Grand m Central, 5 minutes PeansyU rania Terminala. Bnd postai for rata and booklat W. Josojson Qlhnh, Prrident BIG REDUCTION SALE IN itoves k m we limi we .ut- utasiumui s" Oli btoves. mese ìnciuue ina ivu nne&t imco in the markej: the Famous Florence Oil Stove 1 li lì t fi1" X f E j - : t i 5 AND lite Pci fcction Oil Stove tìW:UfflVV-lW-ti.! ISSI 1 V ii 'iì tmì To elose them cut we are olì'erinp; a 10 per cent Rediiction Freni the regular price. These stoves will (juickly at this reduced price. If you want a guaranteed, first-class stove at a roal reduction in price you had better ste in at once and pick one out. See the different models in our display win dow. H. J. GOODRICH DanviUe Mrs. Elizabeth at Frye 77 Tilt oil Dead After deverai yeai's of grudual ly failing- health, Mrs. Elizabeth Frye Tilton (lied July 24. 3122, ut her home in Danville- She was boin in Danville Oetolier 12, 1S4.J, and nati uiwuys nve(i nere, oiiu wus the second of th severi chil drtn of William Ames, and Mar illa (Fiske) Hoyt. On February 23, 1870, slie wa nuirried to John gppnver Tilton of Danville, a veteran of the Civil Wur, who died Aprii H, 1U01. To them were borri seven ehildien, two of whom died in infaney. Those now living, a'1 of whom at tended the i'uneral, are: John Ilarloy of Boston, Mas;-., May ' Abbic, vvife of Arthui- Kosers of Cabot; Jemiie Marilla, wife of Guy 1). Clifford of St. Johnsbmy. Benjamin Folsom of Danville and Eva Louisii, wite of Boswell li. Phinney of Moiiument Beacvh, Mass. Her children assh-ted in tenderly carrintr for her in her last days. Several grand children also survivc her: and two brothirs and a sistcr, William L. G. Hoyt of Cabot, An;on 15. Hoyt of Dan ville and Mrs. Jane Wriilht of Visalia, California. The deceased waa always ti faithful and loving home maker. Ber iHiildren may wcll cali ber blessed. She was a meinber and con tant aùendnnt of he Colliri c-R-ational chureh in Danville. II.r pasfor, the Uev. Cbauncey A. Adams, .oUieiated at ber funeral serviees at the home Wediiesday. (ji-nn L'Ines tnurbinelv of the uooi induenco' of ber l'ife upon wilb v.'hoin ili e carne in contact. , 3r,e was a kiiid ami beloi'ul neigh-. boi-, aad upheld po-sitively thougli kindly whatever camfi was kui in the community. Until fading health forlmde he was the i-'Hi-cient treasurer of J'ir-mond Chap ter, No. 14, O. E. S.. The order attended the funeral and acted a.i escort to the reniains. Mrs. Tilton was nameu ivi Elizabeth Fry, the great English teaeber, preacher and prison re former, who died on the date ot Mrs. Tilton.s birth. Elizabeth Fry was also active in the abolì tion of slavery in the British Em pire, and lived to see her cause triumph. Mrs. Tilton inherited her posi ihotif rharacter from uvu y -1 , i r-- ' , - , parents who were fearless in ine anti-slavery cause here. They conducted a station in their home, of the "Underground Railroad ol anti-slavery days. Mrs. Tilton re membered well when Negroes stayed at their house dunng the daylight hours on their long our nev from tlavery in the southern stt'tes to freedom in Canada. AH will testify that the world is bet ter because of our deceased friend having lived in it. J ,vv km fi Cabot Misses Genevu and Xouise Whit ney of Fitchburg, Mass., are guest of Miss Frances Burnham for l time. Mrs. W. J. Oliver and children of St. Johnsbui-y were visitors at Ralph Hopkins' and Mrs. Cordelia Maek's a few days last week. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Houghton of South Barre are keeping house Mi. unii Afis W. D. Bari- while t'ho ;e. ! thev ai e away for a month's stay ... i w vi. titiv'p in lowil. Guy Nelson of Boston and Hen ry Hale of St. Johnsbury were re (cnt visitors at S. A. Nelson V. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Merritt and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Crane were rcrent visitors at Boston. Mr;!. Cynthia Cook of St. Johns Inrif Imi lieen snendinir a few ginger ale. Pepperell. and zest, no I wot, like Dee to it that ii ii V4 oottlfi bcars ye like aess of old "Peo . A healtKful di for young a l'I JU i. VI orsooth, sgaj. daughter, Hoyt is in Mrs. very spcnt Prolonging the Garmenfs Life Everything that wo say about our cleaniim' annlies to the garments that we receive in the mail. Our business integrity is the foundation of our narcel post department. CLEANING a n-arment shoulil beneiir inther thaii luirm it. !t rbould relieve it from accivtioiis of dirt and grit that vverk'Mi Ih" threads ami cause t!!e t"ture to (le- TH AT is the reason we pt:iim that our urocess is one for eeonomv l'.s well a? rleanliness. Dirt and thrift cannol live togeUior. Palmer Bros. Di-y Cleaners Dyert I St. Johnsbury VI. tm 1 J .1 ,(, !av. with her Charles Crane. Mrs. George poor health. H. J.Nelson of Moretown Inv :it S. A. Nelson's. Little Walter Stacv. son of Rev. and Mrs. Frank L. Stacy recently uiKlerwent un oneration for hernia at Mary Fletcher hospital, Bur lington. St. Johnsbury Center Forane Hodge from St. .lohns biirv has been visiting Irene and Henry Lackey. Mr. amj Mis. Arthur Olcott and mother are taking an auto trip to Lawrence and Boston, Hartford and Providenep. On their return, trin thev will visit Raymond Ol cott at South Sudbury, Mass. Irene Mongeon has returnen to her home from St. Johnsbury nos- Walter Hall ana lamny spem, Si'turdav at .Toes Pond. The C. E. Iawn partv batuntay evening was 'luite well arienoeu .ind a substantial sum added to tlv piano fund. Mr. and Ut-,. George nght and family of Springfield, Mass., - ... i Uff-. .1 Tlfl"... li1.....-! are visitine ai air ami mia. .n Lcarned's. Miss Ella Page, and Miss Mary Pree were the guests of Mrs. Addio Page over the week end. r'Uoi-ìiic Timrhv snent the week end w ith bis sister, Mrs. Ed. Drew. Il !! North Ryejyate The C. Y. P. U. held a sociai ind box supner Tuesday ève. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. ianyie Mcl.am. There was a good attend ance and the evening passed very pleasantly. Mrs. Herbert, timson iook. un auto trip to North Trov. N. Y. .... . ., T.T T T-: U.....r with her nrorner, in. j. iviuuuiy of St. Johnsburv. Dr. R. J. G. McKnieht of the R. P. Theological Seminary, i'itts buipb, Pa, preached last Sabbath at the R. P. chureh. He witn nis family and party of friends are on a mot or trip and camped several days at. E. S. Manchester'.1? on Har vev's Lake. Severai from this way attended the suipiise" birthda" partv for F. IT. White at the honw-of his son, Mr. II. M. White Monday ève. I I c ììf: H V? "pò dist.int friend:; 'ì JL you'rc lo.-ul, v.'ztll ,. . . , -.. you ict tn:-m vuow you'rc ali ve! jt Come t o life and ) scnd some love! T'.ere are pitnty of greetir.g carda to sa k pcrfectly. Fricndship Day is Suiu'ay, August 6th. Scc our fine silf. tini loiLiy! The Cowlcs Gift Shop Pythian Building . w h- -mi1 11 1 iHii m -un il , iiiir 6)i J Jal J ;- ì c I ì j o 1 QfcaltcrSimshiiic jj with Grcdùii Canls Does this Remind You of your dining room and of the vaine of the f urnishings you bave ? No doubt oftimes you bave said you couki neer replace them it would cost too much. Suppose they should bum tonight? This agency will in sure your household goods and personal belongings. Morrill & Hawkinson To'ffluiP s We expect every woman in Northern Vermont who does her own cooking, will be interest ed in this offer. At last we have got what we've been looking for. A standard, reliable, well known Cook Book to offer tto our readers, at mere cost of printing and handling. it. 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