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' Mrs. Margaret Hodgdon of Plain
field was in town viaiting friends last
Mr. and Mrs. . M. Bliss and daugh
ter, Phyllis, were guests at Mrs. El
len Knapp'g in Hardwick the first of
the week. '
Clifton Rogers hag been ill with rheu
matism this past week, caused by be
ing overheated in the hay field and
catching a heavy cold.
Mr. and Mrs. M. YV. Pierce of Med-
ford, Mass., were in town Saturday,
calling on relatives. They are spend
ing a few weeks at their cottage in
East Woodbury.
Will Stone returned to Derby on
a good one. There will be a parade in
the, morning,' and races and a ball
game in the afternoon. Watch for
particulars later. , On. Wednesday and
Thursday evenings there will also be a
drama presented by home talent. Sun
day, the closing day, will be marked
by a union service in the Congrega
tional church in the mornitig, and one
in the Lower Cabot church in the aft
ernoon, i
V. A. Wales of Morrisville was in
town over iMinaay. a
Oorge Currier was a guest of
friends in Colcbrook, N. JJ., over Sun
A quiet wedding took place at the
home of George Crane Sunday eve-
ning,when Clarence Parker of Phila
delphia and Miss Margaret Hancock
of this town were united in marriage
Saturday after spending a few days
ith his daughter Mrs. Cecil Forter,. Rcv R L
ana annfnpr rfAiiirhf pr. Mr. Ariel it I
c- : nfMi: I TIw severest electrical storm of the
1 I sin UA Y.,a .. nUil 1ao4 Tknra.
Mrs. Tliny Smith and daughter have d shower Mowtd 8l,ower from 5
i m ass f rm er r cra I ii'anL a' iiinr n 1
o'clo'k that afternoon until 10 o'clock
the next morning. Not much damage
was done, however; the lightning only
striking a tree near the windmill of
G. F. Harvey.
Xext Sunday at 10 o'clock1 a! m. and
7 -30 o'clock p. m. community services
returned from several weeks' stay in
St. Johns, N. B,
Clarence Heath of Barre was an over
Sunday visitor at J. I. Stone's,
J. T. Orne and family were called
to South Albany Tuesday by the death
of Mr. Ornes mother,
Leslie Dane is visiting his parents, will be held in the chautauqua tent on
Mr. and Mrs. H, W. Dune." the village common. Dr., Frederick
Miss Evelyn Plumley of Northfield Poole of the chautauqua. company has
visited at the home of Dr. L. W. Bur- consented to speak on "The Life in
bank the first of the week. China." Dr. Poole has lived among
Mrs. Flora Hodgdon has finished the Chinese people for 25 years, and
work at E. P. Walbridge s and has gone! knows them, their habits, customs and
to St. Johnsbury. ' I "if. "is address will e undoubtedly
Mrs. S. .T. Xorris has returned to I most inspiring and illuminating.
Wallingford, Conn., after havinir spent Everybody should come to hear him
a few weeks at the home of her broth- 1'he early comers will be given the
r, R. H. Roecrs, where she met her out seats of vantage from the plat
Touneer brother and his son of Soo-1 form- A pe'ialb' selected orchestra
Lane Wash. I w'" furnish music for the two services,
Miss Merna Walhridce was a ruest Hnd Bome V M numbers will be ren
of friends. in Marshfield Friday. dered, both instrumental and vocal
L. J. dough went to Lowell, Mass., f Don't forget the annual Sunday
recently to visit an invalid brother, I school picnic to be held Friday, August
stopping a few .days with his son in I 13, under the auspices of the Metho
Randolph while on his way home. J dist church. All members of the Con
A daughter, ,Mary Christine, was I grcgational Sunday school are cordial
born to Mr. and Mi's. R. J. Bolster at I ly invited to join with us in the frolic
Montgomery, Sundav, Aug. 1, Mr. andnd recreation ot that day. A very
Mrs. Bolster will be remembered by I suitable program is being arranged
friends here. I which will be announced later
Mr. and Mrs. Lucius Cole were vis
itors of friends in Hardwick the first
ff the week. .
Mrs. E. .(. T'ogers was called to St.
Albans Sunday by the illness of her
Miss Georgia White of Springfield
is passing a part of her vacation in
Miss Tauline Durbank waa a guest town with Rev. and Mrs. Homer
last week at the home of her aunt, I "
Mrs. Plumley, in Xorthfield. . Mr. and Mrs. F. A. .Toslvn returned
M. H. foster was home over Sun- on Tuesday from a few days' in High
day from his services at Colonel H. S. gate and. on their return, they stooped
rosters at Aortis Calais. over at Burlington for a day.
II! . t.iL . a . . .. t i I
nenna cwen oi ijarion was a Mi. i,lra mrli after visit in
guesi or miss marion urew recently. Ciicsfa. llH8 rpl.,rned t her ro,m.
1M! 'al I - '
uvm am"n 18 spending a lev Ilere ,t Mr- and Mr, K, A ygwyerV
Mrs. O. S. Chamberlin, who has been
weeks vacation T om her work in I'.ru
tleboro. r t Tinu, o n.i ,io, nr..-;.... .,
j . x, i? . . ., ,1 now suffering with a severe couch and
companied by Mrs. Drews father anil. . h
I in frail health for several years, is
mother, Mr. and Mrs. K. P. Truman,
took an auto trip to Hart fold, G)nn..
for a week s stay with relatives.
Henry Cook of California has lien
visiting at the hoia-i of his sister, Mrs.
Charles Crane, seveiul days.
Mrs. Charles Haines and son. Crcg,
is not as well.
Mrs. J. L. Manning and her daugh
ter, Miss Mary, of Somerville, Mass.,
after a two weeks' stay in the home
of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Harlow, left
Wednesday for their home.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Gibney of Detroit,
of Nashua, N. H., spent a fey dajs at I Mich., were the guests on Monday of
the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. . Haines. Mr. and Mrs J. H. Steele and went
Harry Wilson was called awav by from here to New Haven, Conn., for a
death at his home in Danver, Mu?., visit before returning home.
Monday, July 2. He will I lemem- vr. Henrv C.oodell went to Vmth.
bered by many in this and the adjoin-j field Wednesday for a short stay with
nig towns as e.er rcauy tu repair oil
sewing machines, tune our organs ntn
pianos, whenever be stopped in tow
for a few days.
.Miss .-seme imams was an over
Sunday guest at the home of Mr. an
Mrs. S. Swerdfeger in Marshfield.
G. F. Harvey and wife arrived
their summer home on northwest hi
Mrs. Whitman of Orange, Mass., ha
been spending several days at the horn
of her friend, Mrs. Leslie Tucker.
L. C. Fisher has returned from i
iting his son. Dean, and his family u
Malone, N. V
The remains of Henry Laoint, a for
, mer resident of this village, wore
brought here Thursday from his lat
home in Tunbridge. Funeral service
were held in the Methodist church
with burial in the family lot in Cab
ot cemetery.
Maurice Walbridge and son of Derr
N. H., are spending a few weeks at the
home of the former's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. E. P. Walbridge.
Miss Leila Jamicson of Colebrook
N. H., was a recent guest at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. F E. Currier.
.miss Koxy lalliert and the two
daughters of Royce Talbrrt spent last
week in Last Hardwick.
Mrs. Claude Kittrfdge of Hardwick
was at the Hariev home ovv Sun
Miss Florence Atkin was a guest of
friends in St. Johnsbury over Sun
The annual Old Home week will com
ment Sunday, Aug. 15, in the after
noon, with a good old-fashioned service
in the Methodist church at Lower Cab
ot. Tuesday, the 17th, the birthday so
nnir wmmmee win serve a supper
iroin 0 to 8 o clock in the large ves
try, and this will he followed by a
musical entertainment, given by Pev
Ned Wells and family of Massachu
setts, who are spending the summer in
Vermont. Wednesday evening there
will b a union prayer meeting service.
Thursday, the HMh, the Old Home week
picnic will be held at the Center pic
fiic grounds.
It is the 10()th anniversary of the
erection of the first rhurrb in the town,
the clearing of the common, arid the
building of the pound. At that time
therv was a grand celebration, in which
two companies of infantry, one of cav
alry, and one of artillery, assisted.
Captain Gassman of Penchant was
president of the day and delivered an
oration. It is in honor of this for
B)r celebration, and whst it stood for,
that a special program is being ar
ranrd this year. Let everyone take
hold and help to make this dat one
tn go dowa ia history.
Friday aveaiag ther will moving pic
ture ia the town hall. Saturdar,
Miss Vernie Chamberlin is enter
taining Mrs. George Batchelder of
Rocky Ford. Colo., this week and she
recently had for guests Mr. and Mrs.
Elwin Howe of Reedlcy, Cat., who went
from here to Jericho, where the for
mer's mother resides, and who is now
very ill.
Miss Mary Wedgwood, who is em
ployed in the library at New Haven.
Conn., is here for nearly a month, pass
ing the time with her mother, Mrs. W.
1'. Wedgwood.
Mrs. H. A. Skirfcier is this week in
camp st Lake Bomoseen with her cou
sin and husband, Mr. and Mrs. .Rich
ard Grant.
Mrs. Myrtie Chamberlin and her
mother, Mrs. Walbridge, left on
Wednesday for Sharon, where they are
to visit relatives for a few da vs.
W. A. Georjre of Tovina. Cal., ar
rived heje on Wednesday for a short
tay in town with old friends. Mr.
George was called to Washington, D.
C, by the death of his eldest daugh
ter, and he came on to attend the fu
neral. He met there his daughter. Miss
Florence George, who went from hera
t-j meet him and they returned togeth
er. Mr.George reports a fine climate
and is well pleased with his horae
i uri r.
Mrs. Martha Hall of Boston as an
over Sunday guest of Mr. and Mrs. Le-
land Hall at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
W. S. S. Buck and. on Monday morn
ing, all three started, on the home
ward trip, Mr. Hall going as far as
Bennington with them, and they pro-
ceded to their home in Chicago.
A son, John Clark, jr., was horn re
cently to Mr. and Mrs. John Donahue
ot Cambridge, Mass., grandson of Mrs.
J. C. Donahue of this town.
Mrs. Hattie Richmond, who has been
spending several weeks in town at the
home of her sister, Mrs. Charles New
hall, has returned to her home in
Springfield, Mass.
The funeral of Francis C. Brudenell,
whose death occurred at tho state hos
pital in Waterbury, was held from St.
John's church in Northficld, with burial
inn Calvary cemetery, Rev. J. A. Lynch
officiating. The deceased had been in I
poor health for some time and had
been cared for by his daughter,' Miss
Sarah Brudenell, until about three
weeks ago, when his condition became
so critical that lie was taken to the
hospital for treatment. Mr. Brudenell
was 88 years old and had been a resi
dent of this town for many years, be
ing one of the old employes of the Cen
tral Vermont railroad. He is survived
by his daughter and granddaughter,
Miss Wilhelmina Brudenell, daughter
of the late William Brudenel, who was
killed on the Central Vermont railroad
s few years ago. ,'
. The engagement of Wayne; G. Davis,
son of Mr. and Mrs. George Davis, of
Northfield, and Miss Laura L. Paddock,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Pad
dock, of Albany, N. V., was announced
at a dinner party Friday evening at
the home of Miss Paddock. Mr. Davis
is employed irl Albany.
George Kelty of Akron, O., and Wil
liam Kelty of New Haven, Conn., are
spending their vacation with their
mother, Mrs. Mary Kelty.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Temple and
children, accompanied by his mother
and her mother, Mrs. Willard Plast
ridge of Bedford, Mass., came Monday
to spend a few days in town. They are
guests at. the home of Mr. and Mrs. W.
D. Plastridge on Union street.'
Work at the Nantanna Worsted
Co.'s mill commenced Monday. A few
spindles were started. A long delay
When He Tried "Fruit-a-flves"
or Fruit Liver Tablets
Modmt Belknap IIotpx.
Lakepobt, N.H.
"At 70 years of age, chronic Constif
ation was causing mo to suffer with
distressing' Headaches, Dizziness and
Indigestion. '
I believe I have taken more medl
cine than any half-dozen people In
town ; but nothing did jne good until I
tried 'Fwit-a-tives'.
Right away I could see their good
effects. After taking: them for three
months, my bowels were regular,
and the other ailments disappeared".
60c. a box, 6 for $2.50, trial size 25e.
At dealers or from FRUIT- A.TIVES
Limited, OGDENSUUKG, N. Y.
in starting the operation of the mill
Miss Charlotte Pccor of the Junction
house spent Wednesday in Brattleboro.
Leon Straw is spending a few days
ai Lake Morey.
Mrs. K. G. Harder oi Winchester, N.
H., is visiting at the home of her
daughter, Mrs. Fred Burrell, of Casead
nac avenue.
There was a very interesting game
of baseball played Wednesday after
poon on the Icbanon baseball grounds
between the Claremont and the Leb
anon teams. The score was two to one
in favor of Lebanon. The two teams
were very evenly matched and there
was not a run made until the first half
of the fourth inning. And in the last
half of the fifth the Lebanon team
scored two runs. There was a large
nymberof people present, close on to
has been necessary on account of the tho,,8nd and on' hundred au
slow shipment of the machinery, ft is tonwb,!le- The, battery for Lebanor
for sore, tired, pufied-ap,
aching, calloused feet
or corns.
You can be hippy footed in mo
ment. I'se "Tiz' and never suffer with
ender, raw. burning, blisterrd. swollen.
ird. smelly feet. "Tic" and only
Tiz" takes the pain and soreness out
f corns, rallouers and bunton.
As soon a you put tour feet in a
Tiz."' bath, you jut feci the happine
soaking in. How good yovir poor, old
feel feel. They want to dam-e for joy.
Tiz is grand. "Tit,' instantly draws
out all the poisonous exudations whkh
puff up your feet and rmw-r sore, ift-
amrd. arhinc. swestv. smcllv fset
Get a boi of -Tit" at any dru
ore or department store, trrt inxant
fool relief. Laugh at frt sufferers
expected that work will be increased
from now on.
A special meeting was held Satur
day in villae hall, when action was
taken on the exemption from taxa
tion of the N. Pelagi Granite Co.'s
plant. It was voted to exempt it until
March 31, 1930.
Mrs. James Robinson, who has been
spending the past two weeks in town
with her sister, Mrs. Katherine M.
Garvey, has returned to her home in
St. Johnsbury.
Miss Ruth Albin of Northfield, who
recently was graduated from the Stat-
e.i Island hospital, New Vortf, has been
made assistant night superintendent of
the Buffalo City hospital, Buffalo. N.
Y. Miss Albin has only been in Buffalo
a few weeks and her' many friends will
be pleased to bear of her promotion.
Mrs. Charles Spear has returned from
Ansonia, Conn., where she has been
spending a few days. Mr. and Mrs
Spear have returned to Northficld to
reside and, for the present, are liviuif
ai, the home of her parents. Mr. and
Mrs. M. W. Ryan, on School street
Mr. Spear is employed in C. M. Davis
mill t Northficld Falls.
Miss Vivian Davis of New York City
is visiting at the home of her parents.
Mr. and Airs. r. J. Davis, on Vine
Mr. and Mrs. Forest Buznell of
Springfield, Mass., arrat'the home of
his'father, James Buzzell, on Traverse
treet for a few weeks.
.miss .via r ion mmzeli has cone to
Malletts bay to spend two weks, the
guest of Mrs. W. K. C, Washburn of
New York City, who is spending the
summer at her camp there. ?
Mr. and .Mrs. K. L. Kerr, who have
been spending a few days in Ktn
and vicinity the past week, have re
turned home.
'Miss Lena B. Wood has returned
from Boston and resumed her work in
the Northfield Savings bank, after a
two weeks' vacation. Rkbard Gayloid
is now taking a vacation from his work
in the bank and has gone to his borne
in Wakefield.
Edward Sanborn of Boston is, vis
iting at the home of his parents. Mr.
and Mrs. G. C. Sa a born, on Central
The remains of Mrs. Harvey King,
whose death ott-urred in Dorchester,
Mass.. were brought to Northfield
Tuesday afternoon for burial ' in the
family lot in F.lmwood cemetery. A
prayer service was offered at the grave
by Rev. C. L. Paddock, pastor of the
local I'niversalisl church. Mrs. King's
maiden name was Marion Braman,
daughter of the late A. S. Braman of
this town. She was born here about K5
years ago. The deceaed Is survived by
her husband and one son. Mr. and Mrs
King have been frequent visitors in
John W. Parsons, who has lcen
spending several werks in town at the
home of "his brother. Frank T. Parsons.
returned Monday to'Hartford, Conn
Mrs. William Adet of Batavia. N,
1 ., is spending a few weeks in. town
with her aunt. Mr. M. E. Yarringlon.
Mrs. Inea Woodbury and gratniliil
dren, Ransom and Marion Purler, have
returned from Salem. Mass., where
they have been visiting Max Wood
bury an family.
was Horan and Haddleton, and for
Claremont, Barrott and Carriton.
Miss"Knox of Manchester, N. H.,
spent Tuesday with Mrs. Fred H. Per
kins of Union street and left for home
this morning. . ,
Dr. and Mm. Pitman of New Haven,
Conn., are spending their vacation with
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas O'Neill of Maple
Clint Brewster, with a . few of the
members of the Odd Fellows, made an
official visit on the lodge of Odd Kel
lows of Post Mills on Wednesday eve
ning. ,
Rev. H. L. Thornton and his father,
Joseph I hornton, of Rockville, Conn
were visitors in Lebanon Wednesday.
Owin Atkinson is working in R. $
Daniels' garage.
Oilman Thompson returned Tuesday
from Maine.
Mrs. Kunice Sulham of Marshfield
was a recent guest of her brother, A.
N. Ains worth.
Minnie and Dorothy Doty are guests
of their uncle, Jerome Doty, in Fa-
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Buzzell of
Springfield, are guests of Mrs. Buzzell's
parpnts, Mr. and Mrs. U. B. Thomas.
Dick Lockwood of Springfield was a
week-end visitor of Mr. and Mrs. N.
A Ross. ,
' The lightning Thursday evening did
considerable damage to the home of F.
H Baldwin.
R. B. Daniels was a business visitor
iii Montpelier Monday.-
Mrs, Mary Doty and two children,
Barbara and F.rneSt, are in Sprinff.
field, guests of her daughter, Mrs. Hcs-
ter Stiles.
Mra li.lio II. 1.1. J.:.. . I A V.
I .- uunn. im hi w in iiu ununicr,
lettie, returned Sunday to their home
in Lust Burre, after a week's visit
with Mr. and Mrs. W B. Thomas.
Mrs. Satira'Sabin of South Wood
bury visited Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Peck,
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Arbuckle of
Montpelier were Sunday guests of Mr.
and Mrs. H. S. Benjamin.
Mr. and Mrs. Elsworth Bates and
son of Roxbury, Mass., are guests of
relatives in town.
R. B. Daniels moved Sidney Week's
household goods to Websterville Tues
.Mr. Bidwell had two cows killed bv
lii'htninif Thursday evening
Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Dieman were
over-Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. D.
B. Nelson in Albany--
Mrs. Orwell Towne and daughter and
Clem Brownvof Fitchburg were callers
ai the home of Nancy Clapp last Sat
Bill Bashaw is home for a few days
irt.m nis work in Springfield.
Mrs May Foster was a caller Tues
day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. S.
iiugn Davis was an over-Sunday
guest of his mother, Mrs. Maude Davis.
Miss Dorothy Carter of Milwaukee,
Wis.,, who has lfen visiting her grand
mother, Mrs. J. T. Carter, a few weeks.
left to join her mother at Sutton.
Frank H. Craig left Thursday for
his home in Kewaee. III.
Mrs. Lucy Wilshire of Bradford it
visiting her sister, Mrs. Will Hood,
for a few weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. White of Fast
Topsham called on friends here Tues
day. F.rnest Ratten returned last wpek
to Meredith. N. H.
Mrs. K. S. I Atike and son, Raymond,
and Miss Winona Sanborn, left Mon
day for a few days' visit with rela-
fives in Lowell, Mass.
L. T. Welch has moved into Ells
worth Waterman's house in this vil
lage. Mr. Laing of Burlington spike iiiite
well of the snti saloon Icatrue isnie at
the church Sunday evenine.
West Topsham, East Orange and Waits
River Circuit.
The pastor, G. I. Chapman will siteak
at each of the three churches, Sundav,
Aug. 8.
There will be a prayer meeting at
West Topihani Wednesday evening,
choir practice to follow. Prayer meet
ing at Waits River Friday evening,
with choir practice on Saturday eve
There will be an entertainment and
community soeywl at Last Orange on
Thursday evening, Aug. ft.
All the children under 15 vear of
age from the entire circuit are to)
Albert McKnight, Charles Levarn-
way. Fugene Sployd, Leslie Lang, Phil
ip Bean and Henry Kelton went on a
fishing trip to Joe's pond last Fri
day. A fair catch was reported.
Lee Chandler was in Montpelier Fri
day on business.
Will La Point has purchased the L. B.
Weaver place and will take possession
early in October.
The East Montpelier items appearrd
last Saturday m a new locality, East
Randolph, hut no doubt the usual read
ers found the familiar names and rec
ognized them.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kelton and Mr.
and Mrs. Olive Fifield were in Barre
Clifford Perry of Barre Is a frequent
visitor in this pla.ee, superintending the
repairs on the building he recently
purchased of G. E. Andrews.
Mm. May K. Foster of North Hamp
ton hospital, N. H., is visiting at Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Krlton's.
Le Chandler was a business visitor
in Barre Saturday.
Mrs. Carrie liammett Cole from
Florence, Mass., is the guest, of Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Kelton.
lupiter and Saturn, which have been
giving us so much pleasure as evening
stars, are now so low in the west that
they can only be seen with difficulty.
Mars is still seen in all its brilliancy,
and during the first day of this!
Don't Be Envious; Becomes Slender !
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waistline, abdomen, hips, etc.; if you wish to reduce your
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enough to make others imagine you are
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Follow the directions of the Korein
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Busy druggists sell KOREIN.
Also sold in many department stores.
Accept no substitutes; there is nothing
"jut as good."
Lewis ("handler lost a valuable mare
an'l colt in the thumler storm last
Thursday niht. They were. Htruck
while in the. pant lire.
Mr. and Mrs. Van Bennett took an
auto trip through New Hampshire last
Mis Hattie Johnson viited her cous
in. Mra. Attridpe, in I'lainfU'ld lsst
Mrs. John Kmery wa visitius;
friends and relatives in Calais a part
of last week.
The young ladiea are rehearsing a
play to he gien in the near future.
The lightning struck Leon Lllis'
horse barn lat Thursday, tearing off
some shingles and i-laplaiardti, but fail
ing to set it afire.
Mr. IV11 t'arr has gone fy visit her
people in Canada for two weeks.
Mrs. Lury Hollister was the week
end visitor of Mr. and Mrs. Hebert
Kavette Cutler of Barre was in town
were in earap at Joe's pond Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. O. K. Hollister, Hac-hel
Hollister and X. V". Barker of Barr
called on relatives in town Sunday.
W. L. White of Ilardwick called at
Leon Ellis' last Wednesday.
Miss Rachel (Sidney is visiting her
aunt. Mrs. Wallace Carnes.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Pitkin were
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. George
Pray in Danville Sunday.
C. C. Morse of Barre was in town
Sunday. 4
Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Benjamin and
Walter Copeland were in Worcester on
Sunday. ' -
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Britton of Calais
were in town Sunday. "i
Mr. and Mrs. John Emery were week
end visitors of their son, Oscar, of
East Montpelier. I
Mr. and Mrs. Edwaid Pray, Mr. and
Mrs. C P. Spaulding and Mr. and Mr.
Edward HDlis returned from camp at 11
Joe's pond.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Neil and Miss
Cariliella More of Waterbury were
callers at Wesley Benjamin's Sunday.
month will be accompanied by a dou-Mhin week putting in foundation for
ble golden star. I two monuments, soon Ui
Parties from Barre and MonteIier I the cemetery. '
are frequent visitors lo the raplerryj Mr. and Mm. Walter Furtmshi and
fields in and around Eat Montpelier. j family of Boston are visiting at the
They return to their homes with pails i home of Mrs. Eiirbuxliis brother. Arch
brimming with luwinu fruit. This is j Yamphere.
surely a bumper year for the dclicioiiN Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Hammett and Mr.
berries. and Mr. Iee Templton of Montpelier
Bedbua lay an a reran of aevra earn par
day. Under favorable condition! they hatch
in five days, if which two-thirds are Temales.
They mature to adult site and are capable
of lavinsr in four weeka. How many bedbug's
would you have in a year if you left one fe
male or era unmolested for one year? To
rid the pesky bedbuc, you ean readily see
how necessary it is to uhc a preps rat ion thst
will kill the ea-es aa well as the Jive ones.
P r O. hss ilmumtntjal hv th Uad.
i be erected in , in Horpitaia, Hntels and Railroad Compa
nies that the ssfest and most eronomMral
say to stop future generations of bedouars.
roethee. 6'ss and ants ia to use the new
discovery Pesky Devils Quietus "P. D. i."
A SSc package of P. D. Q. makes a quart,
enough to kill a million bedbugs, roaches,
ft ess and cooties, and at the same time de
stray their eggs.
Impossible 0r them to exist when P D. Q.
is properly used. Free, patent spout in
every package to get the pesky dcvila in
the hard-to-gety-at-placea and save the juice.
Special Hospital and Hotel siie 2.M
mskes Ave gallons of P. D. U. your drug
gat hsa it or can get it for you. or serf
prepaid upon receipt of price by the Owl
('hemiral Co Terre Haute. Ind. Success of
P. D. Q. has reused imitators ; genuine
P. D. O. is never peddled.- Adv.
Sold by Ernest Drown and ether lead ag
druggists. Adv.
for HAIR
OfH of th poUfnl ttvriMlftt9 ml
Uttalts -for th bsur It ffrai hem
ml. T'itrt ar iiVr trUf istgre-itiiw
el fo"- 4 fa nf thrr fteir prrra
UM. tike hu furfHweVrJ In mmnf
- . hlliM Mr an
14 ruff hn trr? Uifr hair lotion r trtat
tacni hat BrJ fuilta. 3v 6arate. Aas-
meet the oa-tor at I o'clock. Aug. U.I 'L iTei.Ti """
Why mwsis ar resist set lr you ess pie
tiatrf If sthrs Sas ebtatned a pew g-weth r
his eeee'wfM dandruff, se oprd falMng ha'r
on the pi.-nie ground, to hate their I
pn Hires taken
Another treat H line, lor rtnlicrl W . ! ef KOralKO at say key ems ere: ar 'r,i is
ho complain. fWau your feet are
there will he a field day, and evten- never, never going to bother or'maks
she plans are under way to make it ynvi limp any more. Adv.
Wynona ramp will furnish musir
t church serv iees Sunday. Each Sab
bath during August there will be spa.
rial muir furnished by the ramp.
The Ladies union fnrnibed supper
for the Wjwna girls Monday.
W. C. rdwy has bevn ob'igH to
give up work at the market. Ktayn
I. mot I is a k again he'ping it lor
a time.
Miss Eelyn lrark. who is at the
Mary Hitrbow-k h pttj1. Winon.ki. i
g-tt,r.g along ioe!y and is eipevted
home soon.
Mrs. ('. H. Munn ia entertaining MiV
Mr u!nm from Ort'jetv die, Minn.
Mr. and Mrs. Vre" Moore s rl Mr i
Cheers, a negro from Boston univer
sity school of theology, and a native
of Maryland, will !e at the August
community social at Waits Biter on
Aug. IT, to speak to us and the West
Topsham and Waits finer and Eat
Orange circuit. 2.
West Topsham is also making ar
rangements for their August communi
ty social. on Aug. IK. A large number
enjoyed the suppt at the la-t social.
Schedule for Ausr. H: West Topsham.
Sunday school. 10 a. m. t hurcli sen ice
at II a. m. East Oran?e. .1 p. m. Waits
Biver: Sunday school, 10:45 a. m.
Church servk-e, 8 p. m.
nets '" sr iishitc. far JtaUJLBVBK aim
PROOF BOX sf Roll Iks ta
X M. Eriltsln, be Station F. New York. N. Y.
We have a good line of
trunks, bags and suitcases;
ladies' handbags and purses.
Come in and let us show you.
Lee & Clara B. Shortt
Marshfield, Vt.
We Have Received a Shipment of the
Come in and see the Six-Cylinder Avery, with
governor and pulley for threshing and cutting en
silage, or any work on the farm.
Storehouse on Granite Street.
in Nw York Gty alone from kid
njr trouble last year. Don't allow
yourself to become a victim by
neglecting pains and aches. Guard !
Kainst this trouble by taking
The ererM'a standard remedy for kit nay,
Hear, bladder audi ric aci.i rrmiN.
HnllarMf'a r twnal remedy ajtnre
and Mrs. Will (harms at at WW AI droffieta, three aire. Guaranteed,
pKT ill rottag-. Lake M.-rrj. test far she aae CJU Mesial asa aeary fceej
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