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CALEDONIAN-RECORD, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1922
PAGE FIVF ti V j niTmIThfffra Ma II YOUNG'S HOTEL Court Street and Court Sq. BOSTON, MASS. Admirably situated in the center of the financial and commercial distriot. PRE-WAR RATES Rooms without bath $1.75 per day and up. Rooms with bath $3.00 per day and up- Busy mon desii-ing a ccntral ly located hotel fine servire large, comfortahle rooms and good wholosome food will find Young's the logicai hotel in Boston. WOnUl-WIDE REPUTA TI ON FOH NEW ENGLAND COOKINO J. R. VV'HIFPLE CORPORATION also operatine Hotel Tour aine & Parkfr House PREMIER THEATRE Ne-port Vermont TOMGHT Richard Barthelmess in "Experience" Faramount Special Regular Priees . FRIDAY, SEPT. 2! William S. Hart in "Milite Oak" Chaptc;- No. 1 "Hurrieane Hutch" NEWPORT BUSINESS DIRECTORY m ti -ni ! v r. HAMILTON DENTA L S URGERE X-Ray Seni Camplete Ga and Oxygen eqalp- ment for painless d',iistry. OWc hours: s.SO to 12, 1.30 v Tel. 78 Gilman's Elo! E. il. HOWE Quccsìsor to HOWr A STOWfl REAL FSTATE. NEV'PORT Tel. 175 T ot's Block HEMSTITCHING irtitesr; etylva, buttons coTrf t rder. Mail ord;rs filled rronptl Visse Trjdeati & Whe;lcr 11 t-3 Txìt 3v Tol Jl-1 ; C. A. Cramton, D. Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Main St., St. Johnsbury. Vt Appointments for exan.ination ot glasses by lotter or telephone. New, Second Hand nnd Rebuilt TYPEWRITERS For Sale and To Rent F. E. WOODRUFF The Ilallmark Store, Newport, Vt Henrv G. Blanchard INSURANCE OF ALL KINDS 67 Main Street Newport - Vermont The D Spot FOR Cleaning. Pressing and Kepairiin I E. ROUSSEAU ITurst Retaurnnt Block. Newport t'giNit P '"'vii 'rr -jti- COUPON LOWNEY'S COOK BOOK 3 1 Save six of these coupons and mail or bring M them to the Calcdonian - cents and you will receive the latest LOWNEY'S zìi ir A 5D Big in conccptiun Big in Quality value, WHITÉ House coffee is the very BIGGEST buy in the coffee world. NEWPORT LOCALS (). Cushing will .-eli bis liou -v-hold goods at auction Saturday September .",0th at. 1 P. M. George 1'. Cofran, auctioneer. Advcrti.-o-mont. TU-8. Mi-, iid Mrs. (.'. E. Rnrrows and Mr. and Mrs. A. Carrirk of Barre were reeent euest- of Miss Isabelle Wilkio of Indiali Foint Si. Mr-. John :.!:;l.-;-.her h;:. re turned from a hnef bu-i to Boston. trip Mrs. Fred Harvey ha- retii'iied from her vacation ,-vnt in Port land and Rorkland. Me. I.iaving Koekland with f riends she motored Hot Weaflwr HezuSsìcfacs Wben ytm cool off middenly and when you sleep in a dralt. yoa gel a Cold. The naturai restili la Headaches, Neuralgia and Sore Muscles. To Stop the Headache and Work off the Cold. THAT DEPRESSED FEELING caused by the heat is qtiiràly retieved hy just one dose of Lax ative BROMO QU1N1NE Tablet Dwj not contain any haraifssi or habit-fonning druiis. The box beare this sijjnaxw Price 30c. 1 I Prolonging the Garment's Life Everything llint vó say about our cleaning applies to the garmenls t!:at ve rec ive in the mail. Our business inteurity the foundation of our parrei tmst department. CLEANING a garnient should benefit rather than harm it. It should ndieve it from accretions of dirt ;ind grit that weaken the tìireads and cause the t-turc to de cay. THAT i-- the rea.-on we claim that our process is one for economv as well as cleanliness. Iir and thrift cannot live together. Palmer Bros. Dry Cleaners Dyeri 8t Johnsbury Vt. - - '- --"'ii " Record ofhce with 93 COOK BOOK !Take fea. I jffi lavativo SHv ' along the Maine coast to Boston and also visited the Eastern States Exposition at Springfield. Elmer Moranvile is moving from the Bradi ey house on East Main Street to Spring Street in the house owned by Mrs. Maud Parker. Henry Schoolcraft has bought a jiew Buick car. October 2nd i.s the last day for paying taxes to the City Treasurer and securing the discount. Rem ember that ali taxes remaining un paid after that date will be turned over to the City Constable for collection. Advertisement. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Tinkham bave returned from a mot-or trip to Springfield and North Adam.s. Charles G. Quinley and John Cranici- of New York city were guests of George L. Frost at Finehurst, Indian Foint, and were in town to attend the funeral of B W. Longeway, on Wednesday. Mrs. Y. W. Reirden of Barton was a Caller in the city Wednes day. Newport Center Mr. and Mrs. II. V. Adam.s of Richf'ord visited their son and family 1 ir. II. W. Adams, a few di.ys last wrek. Dr. Adams and t; inily accompanied them home I-'riday returning Friday night. The Ladies' Aid will nave a pov crty social Friday night in the Town hall. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Bashaw of Mankato, Me., visited their cousin, A. l.awson, a few days last week. Tliey carne by auto. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Dodge of Littletnn, N. H., anrl Mr. and Mrs. Leone Beerworth of West Charles ton called at A. F. Lawson's Sat urday. Mrs. Florence Clark and daugh ter of Boston and Mrs. Helen Gravcs and little son of New Lon don, Colin., visited their uarents, Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Perry the past week. Mrs. Dalton Farrar and little dnir.vhtcr has returned from Bos ton where she has been visitine her father. Her sister accompanied ' her home. Harold fìaird of Highgate i.s visitimi bis cousin, B. C. Wheeler. Mrs. Gould has returned to her home in Magog, after visiting her si.-'er, Mrs. W'illey for some time. Mr-. A. F. l.awson and son, Leon motored to Newport city and visited Mr. and Mrs. John VYilley Y.-i-h their eousins, Mr. Aì"x Bashaw one day and Mr the liast week. Miss Kva Laraway of Ilamiisliire visited her sister New Mrs. Oscar Bullis and called on her uiii le, A. v . l.awson rriday. Mrs. Herbert Eliot is Mrs. Hairy Taylor in caring fori Newport eitv. Mi-, and Mrs. B. C. Wheeler and daughter, Iris, has returned from their trip to New York. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Bates children visited their parents, and Mrs. II. N. Bates over c ek end. Thomas Kirkland of North d ver, Mass., hns purehased and Mr. the An the i;:nn of A. C. Harris. Mrs. A. E. l.awson has return ed from Bradford where she has Inni caring for her daughter, Eve lyn, who has been very sick with tvphoid fever. She returned home ,,'ith ber. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Briggs at tcnded the funeral of his cousin, I ìr. George IL New ton in Cam bridge reeently. l'ernie Mowry spent several ( ays last week with her uncle and ai.iit. Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Drown. Bay Niles, Edd and Herbert Tute motored to Barre reeently to ce Mrs. Niles who is in the sana lorium there. East Burke Burke Mt. Club will hold their (uarterly meeting next Tuesday evening, Ort at the club rooms. E. A. Darling is having pipes laid to convey the water from the Albert Jenkins spring to the club house. Jefferson YVelch has chai'ge of the work. Mr. Barber and daughter Flora reeently visited Enos Phillips in Sheffield, who i.s in very poor liealth. Mrs. Harris Smith visited re'.a tives in Lyndonville Friday. CASTORIA For Iafants and Children In Use Por Over 30 Years Adwaya bcais Un Signature of M. Goldstein & Son jf Montpelier and Burlington, Vt.. will he in St. Johnsbury the firM part of next week taking ordeiv for Fur Repairing and Remodeling l'ro)) us a card to 4 State Street. Montpelier, Vt., and we will cali on vou. NUT BREAD Th Convenient Sized Loaf Hamblett's NEWPORT BAKERY Tel. 213 3 Services for B. W. Longeway at Newport Continned from Page One of beautiful tìowers has seldom been seen in Newport and testifìed to the love and respeet as well as the sorrow of many friends. From one to two o'clock the casket was opened that friends might pay a last tributo of respeet and many availed themselves of the privilege. Interment was in Pine Grove cemetery, where the Masonic ritual was used in the comittment service. Mr. I.ongeway was the son of John Longeway and Jennie Ma goon of Potton, F. Q., and was boni Novena ber 3, 1872. In 1871 his parcnts movcd to Newport and this city i home. has always been his His business career has been extremely unusual from the fact that he nevcr worked in but one place. He entered the employ of the Frost Veneer Seating Co. when a young boy and for a pe riod of more than "5 years he has been identitìed with ali phases of the development and expansion of the business. Mr. Longeway rosa from one position of trust to another until in 1903 he was niade manager of the plant and during his adminis tration the business has steadily ircreased until its output is now unsurpassed by any in the world. He leaves besides his wife, Mrs. Longeway, one daughter, Miss lioris Longeway and a hrother, Herbert Longeway of Toledo, Ohio. Those present from out of town at the funeral were George Hunt of Littleton, Herbert Longe way, Toledo, Ohio, Charles G. Quinley and John Cramer of New York City, Mr. and Mrs. E. ' L Futfer of Aycr, Mass., Guy Longe way, Toniifobia, F. Q., Bernard Wilson, DerbyLine, Mrs. Wealthy Litchlield and Calvin Litchfield of Leadville, F. Q., Mr. and Mrs. Lu cius Alien and Mr. and Mrs. I en nison Farrar of North Newport, and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Brigham of St. Johnsbury. Dr. Gilroy's Address Ends Conventions (Contiued from Page i) the.se problems we must have Christian unity. The only wav is the Jesus way the wav of God's love. We must reco .-.iize and emnha size more the fact of sin in the world. We need the restoration of the penitent heiich. What is tln; Christian outlook in the world of politics? How many of the politi cai leader- of our nation have as sumivi their ta.-ks on their knees? From the doings of the House and Senato in Washington 1 no not oe- lieye mere a' e manv. i ne man mi is selfish in his politics is a sinner We cannot get rid of war in the world until we get rid of the pa--sions that make war. There should he a new empha-is unon the grace of God as means of salvation. The Turk is a proli lem of the Christian and many say he ought to he transported. But where would we take him? Let us not forget that in centurie.- pa-t the Moslems have suffered as nuieh as the christians and an Eng. king was once served a Saracen on his t alile as a joke and when the k-ne-found he was -j cannibal he treat(-d the whole affair a- a joke. TneAin erican Board has pledged it.-i If to save Turkey and.it can he dene by the power of irrace. There ,-hould he a new re.-pon-i-bility ujion gracious hving. As a nation we must manifest more gi'ace. Each ection and each na tion must get rid of its hi gol rie.-. Each and ali of us mu-t practice the graces of the gospel. There is a great cali to consecration and the greater task- that await us. We need never apologize for being enthusiastic over ehi-' -tnnity. The world is in awful per'l today amid scenes of injustice, selfi.-hness. etc, but a gi'eat passion for Christian life and servire will overcome t he evil in tlie world. The service clo.-cd with the benediction pronounced by Princi pal Wilson. Lyndonville Better Baby Week is now in irogress, and the bu-ine.-s men are kindly co-operatin"- in the ad vertising by giving their windows to displays of clothing, toys, and articles for the toilet, bath, and for sickness that appeal e.-pecially to those having young children. lncidentally, the Windows look very attraetive, Monday evening, in Music Hall, an entertainment was given in the interests of liealth and by the Red Cross, in which the fairy, Astra, apiieared in cos tume, and with the help of a nuni her of the Graded school children, gave an interc.-ting and helpful program of talks and music and dances, ali having the subject of better health for t lif children in view. This entertainment was well attendt'd. With the change of time on the railroad, the shops began runniii"' on a dilferent schedule, and it r-eems odd imleed to bear the whis tles blow at eight and fi ve instead of seven and tour as bis been the cu.-tom for so long a time. A noighborhood picnic at Will oughhy Lake was attended Sunday by thirty-four aduli. neighbors from the "Squallide Hollow" sec tion, together with their children. The neighhoi hood w as well repre sented. the Edmund-, Brown, Kel sey, Hoyt, McChllan, Hubbard, and other families being present. with a good big showing of youngsters, and ìicedless to say the aftemoon was enjoyed by ali, wtih the bountiful jiicnic dinner, the ride and the social time. The funeral serviees of Mrs. Burton Best, who passcd away the last of the week. were held at her late home Monday afternoon, and conlucted by the Rev. IL .1. Hill man. Mrs. Be-t was years of age, and had been ili for .-eveial monili.- with a coniplir-.it ion of di. ea-es. She leave.- a hu.-hand and one son to moiirn her loss. Ilei" re-main- were taken for burini 1i Eno.-bui-g l'ali.-, which u.t' lei' l'ornici- home. Mrs. Fairbanks Honor ary Head of Vt. Union (Contiued from Page 1) Burlington: editor, Mrs. J. F. Buffer, St. Johnsbury. The county vice presidents are: Addison, Mrs. James E.'Moore, Middlebury; Bennington, Mrs. H. H. Webster, Bennington; Caledo nia and Essex, Mrs. J. F. Kend- rick, West Burke; Mrs. Roger Hydc, Franklin and Grand Chittenden, Richmond; Isle, Mrs. Albans; La- Charles Bullard. St. rioille. Mrs. Elva Scott, Johnson; Orango, Mrs. J. M. Comstock, Chelsca; Orleans, Mrs. J. E. Young, Orleans; Rutland, Mrs. James O. Dunn, Rutland; Union confcronce, Mrs. V.ben J. Fuller, Springfield; Washington, Mrs. IL G. Woodruff, Montpelier; Wind liam. Mrs. Jessie Braley, Putney; Windsor, Miss Laura Converse, Woodstock. Chairman of North fkld Seniinary conference, Mrs. J. F. Kendric'k, West Burke; pian of Work cominittee, Mrs. Rebecca Fairbanks, St. Johnsbury; Mrs. J. M. Comstock, Chelsea: Mrs. W. J. Vari Patten, Burlington; Mrs. Donald Fraser, Wells Ri ver. The Nominating committee was made up of Mrs. T. A. Carlson, West Rutland, Mrs. Clifford Smith, Ludlow and Mrs. Harvey l'ole, Oarivillc. The next meeting of the society will he held in Burlington on Sepleinher 2" and 2(5. "We are carrying home a heavy fi-eling of responsihility along with a feeling of thankfulness that we can work and live and serve in Vermont", said Mrs. Burditt in r.djourning the convention. The conventoin opened in the afternoon with prayer by the president and the annual reports were presented. Miss Ellen B. Cramton of Rutland, in her report as recording secretary gave a (cttise sumiiiary ot the work. There are 12!) auxiliaries, nearly ali in a flourishing condition and oer .".0-per cent have met their apportionment. Ti auxiliaries at Uanville, Newport and Bellows Falls received special mention for th.e large number of surgical (iressings made. With over $(HM) in the treasury and a gain of several hundred dol lars over last year's gifts, the re-poi-t of the treasurer, Mrs. Max 1. Fowell of Burlington, was an other added matter of encourage ment. The go.d for next year, is .18,20 and this can be reached Mrs. Burditt pointed out with a little more work, a little more sac rifice and a little more careful planning. In the absence of Mrs. Dallas Pollard of Burlington, the report of Young People's work was read hy Mrs. James Moore of Middle bury. This department aims this yeai- to place a -woman worker on klìis Island. Mrs. John Williams of Damile, reporting for the Ju iror work showed that the quota of $!ìi;0 had been incrcased to sr.no. Franklin and Lamoille ceunties lead in the amounls giv en. An imprcssive hymn service was cr.nducted by the president with Mrs. W. E. Hlodgett at the piano an i Miss Ellen B. Cramton of Rutland. leading. This was con clude"! with the singing of Amer ica. Messages were sent to Vermont representatives in Congress pro ti -ting against the inditference of our government in failing to send war ships to protect the lives and property of American missionaries :.ud srhool- in the Near-Eust. A ti legram of sympathy was sent to Vis. W. .1. Van Patten of Burling ton, an offieer of the Union who is in California called there by the rerious illness of ber daughter. The speakors of the afternoon were Mrs. F. W. Wileox of New York, of the Bureau of Woman's ork, American Missionary asso nation, and Miss Olive Pearson of New York, represetiting the Sun day School Extension society. An other mes.-age was also brouR'ht hy the Rev. Mr. Fraser of Burling ton, secretary of the Congregation churches of Vermont. Mr. Fraser called for greater service on the part of every woman to help meet the fearful ronditions in the Near East. In presenting Mr. Fraser, Mrs. Burditt paid a tribute to his predecessor, Rev. C. C Merrill. Mrs. Wilcox's subject was Op portunities. This year calls us to larger opportunities than ever be fore. The Negro problem must he met and solved. The problem i- no longer a sectional one. The Negro is a citizen and the solution of his problems confront the United States and the question must be met without prejudice. This is the subject of the Mission study for this year. Mrs. Wileox spoke of the Inter-Racial commis--ion and its deliberations, told of the work being (Ione among the cclored people in the South, where young women are walking 20 miles a day to attend the schools eonducted by the American Mis sionary society of which the Ver mont societies are a large part, stressed the real opportunity in Texas, New Mexico and l'orto Rico, congratulatcd the Blanch and Union on the line things ac coniiilished in their world-wide work and in closing ber earnest, talk told the convention that they had chosen the thing that was making this God's world. A real whilf of the west, a de lightful breezy little westerner, Miss Pearson, proved to be carry ing her audience into remote parts of New Mexico, Nebraska and Ok lahoma as she told of trips over alinosi impasablc roads made v.ith her missionary father in a missionary Ford. She was brought li' on missionary barrels and she didn't like them when she was a child but il was the contents of a niis.-ionary barici that outlìtted ber l'or college and she was gratc i'ul. It was a missionary barrel that holpcd to furnish the little baci, wlierc sbo and her brolher lncd during their college days in, Her talk was a real picture of the home life and work of a home missionary in the rural west, and brought home vividly to the convention the value of the work being done by just such so cities, the great need existing in the west and south where Miss Peurson has been laboring under the Sunday school board. Mrs. Rebecca Fairbanks offered an earnest player of consecration for the work and workers of the coming year and later presented the pian of work for the commit tee of which she is chairman. Mrs. S. T. Brooks added a note of thanksgiving to the service. Mrs. Ella Truax is president of the Woman's association of the North church and was in charge of much of the detail work of en tertaining the two conventions. She was ably assisted by the other officers. Mrs. F. H. Miner, Miss Martha Hall, vice presidents, Miss Mary Ide, secretary, Min. L. P. Slack, assistant secretary and Mrs. Z. S. Waterman, treasurer, Mrs. F. E. Farmei- and others. Mrs. John Beck was chairman of the .supper committee, that arrang ei for the pleasant birthday party of Tuesday evening when the Branch celebrated its 50th anni versary. The attraetive tables were arranged by Mrs. W. G. Ricker, Miss Katherine Bingham, and Mrs. W. A. Ide. They were assisted by Miss Priscilla Brooks, Miss Margaret Ricker, Miss Gwendolyn Paul, Miss Elizabeth Ide, Miss Mary Rathbun and Miss Frances Brooks, Helen Por ter. The registration of the joint convention : Mrs. H. P. Woodin, Brattleboro. Florence H. Wells, Brattleboro. Harriet F. James, East Connth. Mrs. Edwin I). Burditt, Rutland. Mrs. Ernest A. Keeler, North Craftsbury. Mrs. James E. Moore, Middle bury. Catherine A. Dutton, North Craftsbury. Mrs. George Ca.-sidy. Rutland. Mrs. J. F. Kendrick, West Burke. Helen S. Williams, Danville. Mrs. Carol Stoc!:er, Danville. Mrs. E. E. Young, Orwell. Mrs. IL G. Woodruff, Montpe lier. Mrs. John E. Nelson, St. Johns burv. Mrs. M. L. Beardslev, Rutland. Mrs. Helen W. Wileox, Barre. Mrs. N. S. Love, Barre. Mrs. Henry Fairbanks, S'.. Johnsbury. Mrs. George L. Esden, Mont pelier. Mrs. Ralph H. Chase, E. St. Johnsbury. Mrs. Charles Bllard, St. Albans Mrs. Stanley Cummings, St. Albans. Mrs. C. E. Wul.-h, Williams town. Mrs. F. C. Robinson, Wiliiams town. Mrs. Emily B. Weh.-ter, Barton. Mrs. Homer II. Webster, Ben nington. Mrs. Per.-is D. Comstock, Chel sea. Mrs. Eunice A. Lewis, Chelsea. ' Mrs. Harry I. Howe, Burling ton. Mrs. Everill B. Cha.-e, Barnet. Miss Edith N. (nlkey, Brattle boro. Miss Emily II. Clapp, Brattle boro. Mrs. Susie T. Taplin, E. Cor-inth. the west. lOhm Extra SerùU&is Bemanded Firestone Cords Predominate WHEREVER the cxac tions and tests of tircs are most severe there you will find Firestone Cords in universal use. The hard jobs seek Fire stone. And so well has Fire stone responded under difficult conditions so consistently has mileage mounted to totals im possibile to obtain from ordi nary tires that today Most Miles per Dollar is the buying slogan of thinking motorists everywhere. The blending and tempering of rubber, gum-dipped cord construction, air-bag cure ali these mileage methods have CORNER GARAGE, Inc. C. Jackman, E. Smith, St. Mrs. Horace C. Pease, Hartford. Mrs. George E. Welch, Bellows Falls. Mrs. A. Y. Bigelow, Bellow Falla Olive Pearson, New York City. Mrs. Wm. J. Ballou, Chester. Mrs. J. H. Brooks, St. Johns bury. Mrs. Max L. Powell, Burbngton. Mrs. James C. Dunn, Rutland. Miss Eclastina H. Bush, Nor wich. Mrs China. Mrs bury. Fred P. Beach, Fooehow, W. E. Blodgett, St. Johns- Miss J. A. Valentino, Bennington Gertrude S. Menut, St. Johns bury. Mrs. Willard Bristol, Veigen nes. Mrs. William Frazier, Builing ton. Myron L. Stik-s, Morrisville. Mrs. Ines H. Stewart, Morris ville. Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs G. J. Cross, Orleans. IL W. Fuller, Lyndon. W. T. Morse, Lyndon. Ralph J. Houghton, Bur- lington Mrs. Clarence ton. White, Burling- Mrs. J. A. Watkins, Burlington. Mrs. L. H. Stoughton, Hardwick. Mrs. J. M. Perham, St. Johns bury, South. Edith R. Braley, St. Johnsbury. Laura S. Watson, St. Johnsbury. Mrs. Robert Clarke, Lyndon. ' Mrs. W. IL Griffith, Iianby. Mrs. Sarah H. Long, Danby. Mrs. L. J. Rabner, Danby. Mrs. Andrew Sumner, Danby. Katharine F. Worcester, Bur lington. Miss Susie E. Taylor, Burlington Elizabeth S. Grout, liurlington. Louise D. Spaulding, Burlington. Martha T. Buckham. Burlington. Mrs. Edward W. Wild, Frye burg, Maine. Mrs. H. E. Sa--.ford, Cornwall. Beauiah M. San.-jrd, Cornwall. Edna F. Towne. St. Johnsbury. Mrs. Monis Hill, Johnson. Mrs. Elva Scott, Johnson. Mrs. Lula B. Farmer, S.t Johns bury. Mrs. F. H. Shepardson, Burlin ton. Mahel A. Shields, St. Jolin.-hurv. Mrs. '.. M. Coleman, Norwich. Mrs. C. A. Adaris. Danville. Mrs. .1. D. Dole, Danville. Mrs. Thos. A. Carlson, West Rutland. Ebeti B Mrs. C. bury. Mrs. E. Mrs. W Cramton, Rutland. J. Feter.-on, No. Crafts- IL Barron, Barton. O. Lane. Burlinirton. MiZss Katherine Bingham, St. Johnsbury. Alice E. Hall, St. Johnsbui-y. Mrs. Alvin W. Flint, St. Johns burv. Helen C. Stevens, St. Johnsbury. Do'othv C. Lebermun, Newport. W. E. Davis, Newoort. Gertrude T. Shields, St. Johns bury. Kate Vose Mills. Bennington. Mrs. Henry .1. Ori-, Chelsea. Mrs. Mahel F. Robinson, New tonville Mass. Evelyn R. Mari-, So. Fairlee. Mrs. F. F. Wallace. So. T'air- lee Mrs. Will Moi So. Faii as. Post ce. Mills. Berk- Mi C. E. Doue-h.s, A bbie S. Syke Mrs. .-hi re. Miss bury. .Ì rs. burv. E. Ellie B. Higgins, St. Johns Ella S. Truax, St. Johns Mrs. Alfred Coiinth. Mrs. Walter Johnsbury. been developed by men whose life work is the production of constantly increasing tire val ues for the public. Ibcrs in this vicinity verify Firestone reputation, and re port almost daily some new Firestone record of extra dis tance travelled. Don't be satisfied to buy tires buy values the longest mileage at the lowest price con sistent with such reliablc per formance. Make Most Miles per Dollar yeur principle of tire economy choose your next tire on that basis. pped Mrs. Donald Fraser Wells River Mrs. Laura C. Puffer, St Johns bury. Mrs. Ida Watson Miner, St.. Johnsbury. Mrs. Alice Woodruff Gray, Mid dletown Springs. Miss Mary W. Ellis, Springfield. Mrs. Raymond Farewell, Wells River. ) Mrs. Fred P. Learned, Wells River. I Mrs. R. L. Wilson, So. Peacham. I Mrs. Elma Warner, Peacham. I The officers and delegates of j the Vermont Blanch and Home 1 Missionary Union at their iiOth and .'ìfth annual meetings wish to express to the ladies of the North and South churches of St. Johns bury their most hearty thanks for the delightful and cordial welcome extended to them. For the birth day .supper with its golden decora tions and wonderful birthday cake, for the music so uplifting and helpful, for the hospitality in the homes which has indeed mad' ali feel that they were indeed at home. It is always a joy to come to this town, o consecrated by those in the past and re.sent, to our missionary enterprises. Resolutions passcd at the fiOth annual meeting of the Vermont Branch of the Woman's Board of Missions and the 25th annual meeting of the Woman's Home Missionary Union of Vermont. As Christian women of Vermont we wish to protest against the in difference of our government in failing to send war ships to pro tect the lives and property of Am erican missionaries and schools in the East and we would resolve that the secretary of the Vermont Blanch be instructed to send to the President of the United States and lo the Senators and Repre sentatives of our State the urgent desire of tne women of our organ izations that every measure pos sible be taken to aid and protect the persecuted people of the East. Signed : Mrs. M. IL Buckham, Burlington, Mrs. IL P. Woodin, Brattleboro, Mrs. J. C. -Dumi, Rutland. Lyndonville Miss Doris Colby has returned from Newmai'ket, N. H., where she has been for two weeks with ber brother, Dr. Cleon Colbv and family. Mrs. George Giffin of St. Johns bury has been spending a few days with her parents, Harvey Kelsey and wife. OPEN BIDS ON BARTON HIGHWAY MONTPELIER Sent. 27 Bids I were opened in the State engin- eer's office on the construction of ! ",.24 miles of highway in Barton. 1 D W. Overocker of Brattleboro was the lowest bidder, his figure ; being $r,!),.to:UO. Pascal C. Ricci I of Rutland bid $74,247.82 and I Streeter and Sons of Worcester, j Mass., put in a bid of .$87,599.(50. ' The state highway board will meet in the near future to award the i contraet. If Mr. Overocker, the j lev.- bidder, receives the award, he plans to proceed with the installa tion of bridges on the project this fall. The date for the completion of the highway, half the expense of which will be refunded to the State through federai aid, i.s Octo ber 15, 192.'!. MOST MILES per DOLLAR Cords C. H. GOSS CO.