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ì ) CALEDON IAN -ItECOKlj W'EDNESDA Y;MA Y Goodyear Leadership and Tires for the Smaller nmmiiiNmiioiiiniKiitiiti luiinttniiiitiTiiiiiiiiiiiigTiiitniiiii'i i nitmilKHHifilri r-.Vl 'iiitHiliiitiimiiiiiitMM wllItM Enormous resources and scrupulpus caré have produced in Goodyear Tires for the smaller cars a high relative value not exceede'd even in the famous Goodyear Cords on the world's highest-priced automobiles. In addition to ,its larger sizes, Goodyear manufactures an average of 20,000 small car tires a day in the world's ìargest tire factory devoted solely to the 30x3-, 30x3-, and 31x4'inch sizes. Last year more cars using these sizes were factory-equipped with Goodyear Tires than. with any other kind. Their extreme worth is available for your Ford, Chevrolet, Dort, Maxwell, or other car using one of these sizes, at the nearest Goodyear Service Station. Go there for these tires and Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes. 12,1920 Là.1 j u .jwiijaaj Harris Jctikins and wife from the Vail Agricultural school, were called to Enosburg Falls the last of the weck to attcnd the funeral of an old friend, Mrs. Addie Godding. Miss Nellie Hutchinson was a guest at Vill Hutchinson's in South VVheelock over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Nash and chil dren spent Sunday in their cottage at Willoughby Lake. Miss Ruth Webster was a fuest of hcr sistcr, Mrs. Masure, at Sutton for the week end. Miss Lcona Crofts has taken a po sition with Our Husbands' Manufac turing Company, at Lyndon. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Powers and daughter, Gcneva from Waterford recently visited friend in town.' Charles Darling. .Ir., is at home for a few days from New York, whcre he is attendine Columbia University. The remains of the late John Cunhinjrhttfn were taken from tho tomb Sunday. and interred in the cemcwry. wnn Masonic rites con- ducted by the Masonic Lodge and Commandery from St. Johnsburv. to which Mr. Cunningham belonn-ed, assisted by Masons from this lodge. The services were most beautiful and nnpressjve. Mr and Mrs. Edwin A. Daniel ; were with hcr sister, Mrs. Edwin Hough, over Sunday. Mrs. . Sanili Houirhton, their mother, is with timi this week. On Friday they expect to move into the Universalist parsonae. H. I). Chapman of Sutton was a guest of friends in town Sunday. , Mr. and Mrs. Dale Simpson of St. Johnsbury visited his father, ArcV las Simpson for the weck end. lllllli I Swift & Company Does Not Control Its Material ti 30x3'2 Ooodycar Double-Cure toen Fabric, AU-Weather Trcad L J 30x3'i Goodyear Sinclc-Curc fe tn Fabric, Ariti-Skid Tread lil Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes are built to protect casing. Whycndangera good casing with a cheap tube? Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes cost little more than tubes of fc a cq Icss mcrit. 30 x 3'2 size in waterproof bag. fi ... The Peck Co. GOODYEAR SERVICE STATION R. R. Street, St. Johnsbury, Vt. COLONIAL THEATRE JUST ONE BIG NIGHT WEDNESDAY, MÀY 12 The Biggest Novelty and Dance Show of' the Year with a Score of Pretty Girls HSìp ili lliili libi M V" mé fi v: CS W Surrounded By Cirls & W. C.T. U. Meeting at Methodist Church The rcgular meeting of the W. C. T. U. was held at the Methodist church, Sfturdav afternoon. The president, Mrs. Elsie M. K.irvey, led the devotional snd business session. These delegata to the county con vention to be lu.ld at Barnet. Mav 25 and 26, were clccted: Mrs. Myi ;le S. Cross, Mrs. Anna Gibson, Mrs. N. J. Kingsbviy, Mrs. W. II. McFar lin, Mrs. Fiuncc Glcason; altcniaie.?, Mrs. Georgi C. Short, Mrs. T. P. IV.rrell, Mi. M.uy Moorc. Mrs. R. C. A. liabeock, Mrs. Mary IJy'. Two banners were presentai to tho union by Mrs. II. N. Turnc:, also a fcavcl, received by Mrs, Tuvner from Mi-s. Cordelia Caswell, which n made from the wood of the Crusa.de church -in Hillsboro, Ohio. Althou.vih Mrs. Turner was not prescnt, the pres ontation was made by Mrs. Elsie M. Hai-vey and thanks to M,-s. Tuinor wi-re expressed by a rising vofe. Mi-s. Myrtlo S. Cross read an ac count of the life of Mrs. Mary A. Livcrmorc, touching on hcr work in the cause of the abolition of slavery, hcr work as head of the United States Sanitary Commissim in th.3 Civil VVar; as one of the W. C. T. U. prosidents, anj as as tirelcs-j norker in the cause of woman suf- Mrs. Cross also read 'a sketch of JJiie life of Fiaicei-E. Willard a, edu- caior, temperancc worKer anci iccti.- i cr.nd, v.ith Miss Anna A. Gordon, j or:janizcr of irmny V. C. T. Unions ì Il was said Of hcr that evervbod" loved her. Shc tned to live the Gold en Mule and hcr life is recommended as a model to the n-irls of America. Mrs. Katherine Odcrkirk, Mrs. M. H. Goss and Mrs. George C. Short were appointed as a committee to pian for an entertainment. The meeting closed with the W. C. T. U. benediction. Other industries can buy their raw materiate according to need or judgrnent, and set a selling price. They heed manufacturc only vhat they can sell at ', their price. . . Cotton, wool, wheat, lumber, ' irdn, '. steel, and other non-perishables, can be held either by their producers or their users until needed. ' But live stock comes to market every day in fìuctuating quantities from scat tered sources, wholly uncontrolled and at times without regard to market needs.; 4 An immediate outlet must bc found for the perishable produets, at whatevei price, as only a very strali proportion can be stored. '' No one can foresee or stipulate what ' they shall bringj prices must fluctuate from day to day to insure keeping the market clear. 'Only the most cxacting carepf every detail of distribution enables ; Swift & Company to malie the small profit from ali sources of a fraction ofa cent per pound, necessary for it to con tinue tq obtain capital and - maintain operations. . , - .... ;. j; ; '. ' Swift & Company, U. S. A. St. Johnsbury Locai. Bri; neh, 1 Eastcrn Ave ' C. WVStcelc, Manager LYNDON VILLE BeauW-Youth'.& Foily cTntirely 21SongHits Special Orchestra Car Load of Novelties and Effects A Big Girl, Fun Hit and Style Show with a Riot of Color in'Creation Gowns that Will Please the Ladies Prices 50c, 73c, $1.00 and $1.50 Seats pn sale Monday at Eastman's Dmg Store, 615-M Phonc 4-1 Wc Writc Every Kind of INSURANCE la the Vcry Best Companics A. B. Noycs Insurance Agency Inc. CllIZENS BANK BLOCK Two of our Pillar younjj people istarted in the oonds of wedded life on Tue.sda- a ouiet ceremony at St Elizabeth's church unitine Miss Alice Cusson, and Clarence Ladue, the Rev. Charles I'ontbriand officiatine. Kelativcs of tire bride and groom were uresent. The bvule wore a sty lish traveling suit of navy blue, and carried white ro.ses. Mrs. Ladue has been for soirìo time the efficient clerk in the Mooie-Tripp store, and ex pects to remain in the sanie position. Mr. Ladue was in the army for the duration of the war, and on returning home, took a place in the railroad shops. They have pone for a short wedding trip to regions unknowh to the public, and on their return will room and board in the Cusson house. The annual meeting of the Mothors Club will be held with Mrs. O. I). Mathcwson at tho Center on Thurs day evening of this weck, at the usu ai time. The new rector of the Episcopal church, the Rev. Lewis Hubur, .has arrivcd in town, and occupied . his pulpit for the first time Sundav. He has made an cxcellent imprcssion on his parishioners, who will be glad to welcome his faniilv. Mrs. Hubur will not arrive for a time, as their goods are held up by the freight embargo, and until thev come he will occupy a room at C. E. Willoughby's. Misses Annie Houghton and Angic Willcy spent Sunday in St. Johnsbury with Miss Houghton's sister, Mrs. Myles Gilman. ' Clayton I-'isher, a chemist, who has a, good vosition at Nirtgara Falls is with his pcoplc hcie for a short visit. Mr. and Mrs. John - Stalloni and their children, Mr.. and, Mrs. Frank lin Menison, were guests of relative at East Burke for the week end. A baby bo weighing 1lA pounds arivcd at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Houghton last Sunduy. Mrs. S. J .Wilson has been quite ili for a few davs with a severe coki. Mrs. James Aver has been spend ing a few days with her father, llock man Page, in Victory. Kusscll Gnswold received a tcle gram Monday, announcing the dcath of his youngest sister, RIrs. Giace Arundell, who, with her five year old son, were instantly killed in a collision between two electric trains, ncar oPrtland, Ore., their home. Mr. Arundell was on the sanie traili, but slightly injured. No flirt her "articu lars have been received, furthor than this sad news. Mr. and Mrs. John Ahcin been spcnding a few days in York, whcre they visited their llarold, who ha.s a position in city. have New son, th it . The Universalist ladies will serve one of their good suppers, a "vari ety" suppcr in their vestry Thursday afternoon, from 5.30 until ali are sat isfiòd. The ladies will mect in the parlor to sew during the aftcrnoo'i. "Mothcrs' l'ay" was obseiTcd al the difTercnt churches on Sunday, and eaeh attendant wore a.whjte carna tion in memory of the dead, or a pink carnation for the livin mother. The Itev. W. .1. MacFarlane siioke at the Methodist church from the descrip tion of a vii'tuous woman in Pro verbs, "Her children rise up and calT her blesscd, her husband also, and he praisclh her." The Rev. Mr. Hin man spoke at the Congregational chui'ch on "The Greatest Mother in the World," an outlinc ami panc;jyric of the life of the Virgin Mary, and tho kinship between her and ali I mothcrs. At the Universalist church the Rev. Mr. Lewis' subject was "A Mother's Heart," and its wondcrful possihilitics. Ali -the services were well idanned and carried out. with Dccial music, and carnation decora- tions. Mrs. Emily Woodward has sold hcr foui' tenement house on Church St. to Shcrburne Lana-, G. M. Campbell and Mrs. Theia Watson, and it is probable that ali tho prescnt tenants will remain. This is a p-ood house, and a (ine investment. The Lvndon.ville "upil: of 15. Frank Hanis of St. Johnsbur". who took part in his piano recital on Saturday last, were Misses Edith Lcwsey, Elsie Norris and Marion Chapman. Gcortre Cusson is at home from the University of Vermont for a few days, to atetnd the wedding of bis sistcr, Alice, and Clarence LePoux. Raymond Camnbell was in Mont- pclier over Sunrla" with friends. Mr. and Mrs, Frank J. Willev of Portland, Maine, are in town. Mr. Willcy returns soon, but Mrs. Willey who is in rather poor health,. ". vili spend some timo herc with hcr ;is ters. Mrs. Arthur G. Emery was in Uos- ' ton on a business trip of a few d tys ! last week. Mrs. Charles Halc uss'st-I ed in her milinery store during hcr absencc. Miss Giace Pcarl of Sheffield was in town the last of the weck. Hcr brother, GJcn Pcarl, went home with bei- to spcnd Sundav. Mrs. A. F. Christojiher's father, Mr. Vergani, is stopping with her l'or the prescnt. Edmund' and Christopher' storrs are both keeping open Sunday after noons now, so the public nced not suffer for necessary ice crcam und soft drtnks. Wilfrcd Iìrousseau nnd wife were visitor tj friends in Norton fc-r the weck end. CaJedonian Waot Àds Pay 1 . nVIN STATE SERMCE: I w w H Lei Tvin State Prior Lien Stock Diuidends Pay Vour Light Bills "My electric scrvicc bill," saicl a custoiner, "averages .21 a year; my ycarly dividenti of $7 a sitare on threc shares of TWIN STATE GAS & ELECTRIC COMPANY PRIOR LIEN STOCK wonld pay it. Give me threc shares. I've decided to make TWIN STATE DIVIDENDS pay my TWIN STATE BILLS," and he planked down a chetiue for Jj52S5. Twin State Gas and Electric Company ' STWIN STATE SERVICE PAGE SEVÉ ,mn ini l C5 H w sa n