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The Evening Caledonian-Record
SEPTEMBER 5, 192:1
It's a Good Time
To sclect from
The very newest designs and popular colorings
are here in this carefuly chosen variety.
There are so many ways that Cretonnes can be
used to beautify the home in the covering
of Boxes, Drapery, Cushions and Pillovvs at
a very reasonable cost. These Cretonnes
range in price as follows:
23c, 29c, 33c, 39c, 19c and 59c
Leach & Water man
at Lunenburg
: Music lovers ot Lunenburg, with
guests from the Heights House,
Lancaster and Whitefield, were
piven a rare l'east on Thursday
evening when they ii.-tened to the
concert, the program of which
follows, at the Congregation;;l
church. Mrs. Cowles sweet voice
was g-ladly heard after her long
silence and it is hoped tha. - 'n'
vili continue to delight ber friend.-;
with her songs. Mrs. Brown was at
her best, giving two readings in
her usuai finished manner. Mrs.
Silsby's work as accompanist for
Mrs. Cowles was most efficient and
in her solo number and the !if fi
cult concerto and accompanimonts
for Prof. W endici' showed great
:brilliancy of touch and tochnique.
Prof. George Wendler, of the N.
E. Conservatory of Music and
Fi'eneh horn soloist of the Boston
Symphony orchestra of Boston
gave his appreciadve audience mu
nc which was a revelation and in
the rendering of the Wiegenlied
and Concerto was specially pleas
ing. Mrs. Wendler gi-acefully as
sistei Mrs. Sii. sto y at the piano dur
ine the closing numbers of the pro
gram. The entire proceeds of the
evening, (S:;2.1Ò), will be given to
the Mondav Night Stuuy Club, of
which Mrs. Sdsby is the president,
and will be used to bring other tal
ent into our midst.
Mrs. Martha Pìcrce and Mrs.
Minnie Ball, twin sisters were ush
ers. Program:
1 Etude Melodidue, (Ralf),
Mrs. II. T. Silsby.
2 Iu bist die pkuh, (Scliubert-,
The Kose in the Valley, )Keich
ardt). Stabat Mater. (Rossini).
Lohengrin, (Wagner) with or
gan aecompaniment, Prof. Wend
ler. The Little Dumozel, (Nov
ello), Mrs. H. li. Cowles.
4 (a) The Legend Beautiful,
(b) The Spirit of Mt. Washing
ton, (Simpson), Mrs. Kyle T.
The Pink Uose, (Jacobs
Bond), Mrs. Cowles.
(i Wiegenlied, (R-ichard Strauss)
Concerto for Horn and Piano,
(Franz Strauss). Prof. Wendler.
The farnier's cow
provocation, but she
mav kick, on
never strikes.
Are you ali pi'imed for the
...Jag .Là
Stomach and Lfver In Order,
Thanks tu "Fruit-a-tives"
134 Elm St., Lakeport, N.II,
"I realize that I bave reuched the
agre (05) when one often requires
fixing up. My digestion was not
riglit and trouble with my Liver and
Bowels caused considerable distress.
Last fall, I began taking "Fruit-a-tives"
or "Fruit Laxo Tablets", and
after using them for a short timo, I
could see that they were just what
my system required. My Liver
becanie active and improvement in,
every way was apparent".
50c a box, 6 for $2.50, trial size, 25c.
At dealers or from FRUIT-A-TIVES
many other tributes from friends.
The burial was at Peacham ceme
tery. Those present from out of
town to attend the funeral were
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Beck and
Mr. and Mrs. Bert McLaughlin of
St. Johnsbury, Willie Thurber of
West Burke and Mr. and Mrs. S.
G. Hobart of Newbury.
My husband stand- up straight
and throws his head back when he
i washes his face. IL E. W.
WII1T lllH.'S vni'P HIISIUVl)
Death of Orwell Ainsworth, at Age
of 58 Years
Catarrh is a locai di.-ease grcatly
influenced by constitutional con
ditions. HALL'S CATARRI!
MEDICINE is a Tonic, taken in
ternally, and acts through the
blood upon the mucous surfaces of
the system. HALL'S CATARRI!
MEDICINE assista Nature in res
ing normal conditions.
Ali Druggists, Circulars frc
F. .1. Chney & Co., Toledo, Ohio.
Locai News
Wednesday Night,Sept6
-ItltltllltUlltlllllilllIilIlllIJItllIlltltllIllllIlIITlll ti llltllll lIlllIIttllMlT ltlllltllltllll llllllltllllllll III! If Ullltllkllllll
Why Children Wear
Out Shoes
Good healthy outdoor play will surely wear
f out even the most solid shoes made but it
I builds up the child's hcalth.
I We have sensible, shapely, serviceable
? dress and school shoes, and the school shoes
are made especially to stand hard service.
1 Boys', Misscs' and Children's Wal-
ton Shoes are absolutely ali solid
leather and will ive extra senice
Black or Urown leather. Priced
I . $1.95 and up according to size.
1 Boys' and Youth's oil tanned high cut soes
I with buckles for Fall m Winter wear.
Priced $2.50, $3.00 and $3.50 according to
f size.
I Children's Hosiery that wcars
I 25c to 70c per pair
I Our Sture Clo.-ed Ali Iiay Monday, Labor Iay 5
The regular meeting of the St.
Johnsbury Woman's club in Athe
naeum hall tonight at 8 o'clotk
will be addressed by Miss Giace
McLam who will teli of her experi
ences as a Red Cross worker over
seas. Her travelogue will be illus
trated. Music by Ernest Skinner
of Passumpsic with piano aecom
paniment by Miss Lola French.
The annual meeting of the Wom
an's Christian Teniperanee Union
will be held at Giace Methodist
church, Saturday, Sept. 1) at .'ì
o'clock. This is the regular time
for (dection of otHcers and pay
mt' nt of dues.
The Thrift sho) re-opened
Tuesday and is in charge of Mrs.
G. S. Wright through September.
The shop has been closed durine
July and August and starts off
again equipped for business. Chil
dren's clothing of ali kinds is
needed and any and ali articles
for children and grown-ups.
Mrs. H. A. Wilcox who has
been spending the past six weeks
with her sister, Mrs. Scott Rob
ertson in Bethel, Me., reached
home Saturday.
Members of the Brightlook Hos
pital Aid .Association who contri
buted food to the hospital lunch
counter at the fair, can get their
plates and jars by calling at Mrs.
S. .1. Somervillc's.
The Thrift shop re-opened
Tuesday and is in charge during
September of Mrs. G. S. Wright,
telephone 101-11. There is a
l r l,.u:
siim lai nu'(j ui inimirn . ciuiimig
of ali kinds.
Mr. and Mrs. IL IL Jackson
and daughter, Itorothy of East
Corinth who have been spending
a few days with Mr. and Mrs. B.
B. Scribner have returned home.
The regular meeting of the Lucy
A. Voung tcnt, l'aughters of Vet
erana will be ludd Friday evening.
Mrs. W. B. Fitch is the visitor
for the Visiting and Litei-ature
committen of I.rightlook hospital
this month. Will any who have
flowers, magazines or books to do
gate the hospital, telephone Mrs.
Fitch, 157-J.
Mr. and Mrs. George Lowrey
and family have returnel from an
outing at Miles Pond whei-e they
christened their new cottage budt
this season an on attractive site
near the pomi.
Miss Mary Grint returned Tues
day fi-om Halifax, Nova Scotia
where she spent the1 jiast month
with school friends.
Mrs. A. L. Bailey wlio has been
spendinjr a few weeks in Boston
carne home Sunday.
Miss Hazel Walker has resumed
ber work in the Berry Ball stoie
after a two nionths' vacation.
Mr.. and Mrs. Howard Johnson,
and three daughters, Marjorie,
(Jiace and Helen who motored uj)
from Amesbury, Mass., Saturday
to visit their aunts, Misses Rebec
ca and Malia Hurton and Mrs.
Johnson's grandmother, Mrs.
Helen Chase and other relatives,
left Tuesday for their home.
"The proof of the pudding" may
he in the eating. But its goodne s
is in Haker's ('ertified I-'lavoring
Extracts. Advertisement.
Por Iniants and Children
Im Use For Over 30 Years
Mwaya beare
Signature oi
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Orwell Harrison Ainsworth, who
had been at Brightlook hosiptal
seriously ili for a short time passed
away Aug. 27. Although he had not I
been very well for some time he dici i
not "givo up woik until a short time I
before his death and conseitently
his friends did not fully realize his
serious condition.
He was born in Peacham Ort. 24
18(i t, the son of Harrison and Jane
(McLaughlin) Ainsworth. Aug. 10,
(lied some years ago.rog RPa
1SU8, he married Alice Hobart of
Peachami who died some years ago.
Three children were born, Mabei
(who died last Aprii) Harold and
Mei'rilll. Besides the two boys he
leaves a sister, Mrs. May Magoon
of South Peacham. Mr. Ainswoith
was very generally known as he
had worked in manv diffeient
places. He had worked on the
roads in Peacham for many years.
Since the death or his wife he and
the two boys had made their home
with his sister, Mrs. Magoon in
South Peacham.
The funeral was held from the
home of Mrs. Magoon Tuesdav af
ternoon, Aug. 2!) and was largely
attended. The scrmon was preach
ed by Rev. W. A. Warner. F. II.
Mackay sang two beautiful and ap
propriate solos. The bearers were
H:trry Farro w, Andrew Hastie,
Charles Stewart and K. J. Hobart.
The flowers were verv beautiful in
cluding roses from his associate.
on the road, roses lrom the village
people, gladioli, from relatives also
a lovely set piece of asters and
Many of the summer people have
gone to their respective homes.
About 50 of the G. A. R. and
W. R. C. went to Croton Pond
Thursday the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. .Inmps T?nirni
Mr. and Mrs. Almon Thoi'n and
family of Boston are guests at W.
P. Thorn's.
Paul Taylor took a party to Lake
Morey Frday and E. J. Ho bert to
the White Mountains.
Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Mc
Laughlin are entertaining his sister
Mrs. Alice Dubois of Nashua, N. IL
The party with Stanley McLaugh- !
lin took a trip to Waterford. j
Mrs. Ellen Lawrence of Plain-1
field is a guest at Mrs. Laura
Mrs. George Clark is very ili, her
son Alden Clark of Fargo, N. I). i ;
M iss .lanette Craig who has been
at Hardwick carne home Thursday.
John Chandler. Weslov Thicshpr
and son Edwin, Philo Robinson
and V. E. Lamb attended the sale
of high grade cattle at Tunbridge
Thursday where Chandler and
Robinson purchased cows.
Miss Anna Renfrew is quite sick.
Cari Somers had an auction at
his place Friday. Hay sold for $i(!
per ton.
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Powers
and family have moved to his fath-ei-'s
Mr. and Mrs. Corner Moore took
their son, MUly.i to St. Johnsbnry
Thursday where he had tonsils a tiri
adenoids removed.
Helped His Back
Backache. rheumatic pains, d'zzi-ne.-s
and blurred vision are symp
toms of kidney trouble. "My' hus
band had a bad back," writes Mis.
M. McCullough, Easton, Pa. "
"When he sat down he could ha.-'d-lv
get up and then he would be
drawn over to one side." He tried
Foley Kidney Pills and they cu'ed
bini." Foley Kidney Pills 'quickly
relieve kidney and bladder trouble.
AmMm,w.m i inn.r-ili in Vi ?
Siiueeze the juice of two lemons
into a bottle containing thice
ounces of Orchard White, whien
any drug store will f-upply for a
few cents, shake well, and you
have a qua iter pint of harmles
and deliglitful lemon hleach. Mas
sage this sweetly fragrant lotion
into the face, neck, arms and
hands each day, then shortly note
the beauty and whiteness of your
Famous stage beauties use this
lemon lotion to bleach and bring
that soft, clear, rosy-white com
plexion also as a freckìe, sunburn,
and tan bleach because it doesn't
irritate. Advertisement.
In Ali Its Branches.
We nickel and silver piate any
thing you desire; also buff, polish
and lacquer.
The C. S. Blodgett Co., Inc.
1:10-200 Iìank St.. Burlingtoji, Vt.
. W'Wf nni.im;n.w,ipiaiyiiiin i
Full Line Ready
Handsome Tailored Suits in Mixtures, Tricotines, Poiret
Twills, Veldynes, Duvet de Laines, Mauleens and Genoas.
The cali this season is for blacks, navys, browns and mixtures
and they are here in ali sizes from 16 to 48 and in a variety of
styles, with the straight, tailored models leading.
lIore Dressy Suits with trimmings of fur.
Priced from $22.50 to $125.00
TO RENT Living quarters on
Pearl Street for man and wife. Two
or three rooms. Fui'nished or un-
furnished. P. O. Box 221. ."utf.
FOR SALE Choice dutehess and
peach apples. $1.00 a bushel at
the I ucien Stanton fami, North
They Throw and Blow
If you are interested in a
quality product, look over the
Papec. We carry ali sizes in
stock. Our p'riees will plea.se
Note: Special priees this
week on New Grain Thiesh
ers. A. k for catalogue.
Barre, Vermont
Comniencing Saturday, September
9, 1922, this bank will be open Saturday
evenings from 7 to 8.0O o'clock p. 111.
The First National Bank
Rooms Vanted
during the American Le
gion convention, Septem
ber lo and 1G. Communi
cate at once with George
Hinman, St. Johnsburv. 1
You're "Sitlin cn the
when you ride a CLEVE
LAND Lightweight the
sale, sane, comfoitable, de
pendable, lightweight motor
cycle. Think! A REAL
motorcycle for only .18")!
7.") miles to the gallon of
gasoline! 15,000 miles on
one set of tires! As easy to
ride as a bicycle!
That's why CLEVELAND
Lightweights are spreading
over the country likc the
radio fad. Have vou seen
in and we'll pive you a dem
onstration. S'o obligation.
A. E. Corniseli & Son
Ice Cream
Is noted for its jinooth, even
consistency and delicious I
flavoiv. )
s predicted for this Winter, but one thing oftentimes ofl'sets
another and so as an offset we are going to oll'er for this week
oiily. ' fc
Real Values In Blankets
$1JS Blankets G()x7(J $1.G9
.2.25 Blankets GlxTG $1.S9
.$2.50 Blankets G8x8) $1.98
Others at prices quoted wholly for your benelit.-
Be Prepared for the Corning
The Storc That Sells Wooltcx
warm IH
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HomeVV SSL )
Home dwellers and home huilders are installing
Radiantfire in their fircplaccs. This new and revolu
tionary gas heating appliance makes the fireplace a
source of real comfort at small price und no bother.
Heats by a new nrinciplc Radiant Rays, like Sun
Rays, that project 90 pcrcent of their warmth straight
into the room. Burns for hours at the cost of a
shovelfut of coal.Takes the place of the furnace in
Fall and Spring. Always available.
Odorkss, ashlcss, smokclcss, dustlcss a model to
uit every need and pocketbook.
St. Johi.ibury (ias Co.
Randall's Department Store
School Supplies
Our Free I'encil idea jjroved so good last
week that we are going to continue the idea
through this week. The Idea, witli a purchase
of School Supplies amounting to lOc or over we
give you a live cent pendi.
Ali leather Brown Boston Bags !)Sc and $l.:j'J
Just the thing for carrying books.
School Iags 2fc and .c each
Lunch Iioxes, japanned with handles 2!c each
Folding Tin Lunch IJoxes l'Jc and G"c
'acuum Lunch Loxes with Universal Bot
Wall I'encil Sharpeners
Cìood Sized Slates
Comjjositioiì books
Wood I'encil Boxes
oc, lOc and Ific
Tic and 10c
lOc each
Leatherette School Conipanions with ali kinds
of pencils
2."c, l'Jc, r!)c and Gite
School Straps for carrying books Kc and loc
Colored Crayons Tic and l()c
Paint Boxes 2óc, o!)c and oOc
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