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CALEDONIAN-RECORD TUESDAY, JUNE 15, 1920
PAGE THREE bvening Galedònian AND RECORD Fstablished 18.'!7 l'ublished daily, exccpt Sundays Evcning Calcdonian Tublishing Co. 125 Eastern Avenue Herbert A. Smith, Editor and Publisher St. Johnsbury, Vt. Phone 6(10 ST. JOHNSBURY LOCAL NEWS Newport Ilccord Ortice, lìoom No. o Koot Ulock, Newport, Vt. Tel. 175 or m Richard D. Ilowe, Editor and Advertising Manager W. J. Ling spent the week end in Uftchci- Fall.s. N. M. Scott of Curton, visited his .-cns, Frank Scitt and Amos W. St'ott, Tucsdaj. Miss Edith Drcsscr is at home from a nionth's visit at Turner's Falla and on Wedne.sday she leaves l'or Rich mond to spemi the summer. Mrs. Will Uced, and Mrs. Uose, Lilliciap oi Concord, were viitors m town Monday. Charles F. V Tight spent the week TERMS IJy mail, $1 a year; six end in Montpeiiei and vicinity, visit- monms, ?z micc moruns, si. jieuv- ni'.',' ìiiencis. ered by carrier in St. Johnsbury at CO ccnts a month. Ali subscriptions by ordcr of the govcrnnient aie p'y ublo in advanee. As members of the Associatici Press that organir.ation is entitled exclusivcly to the uso for rrpubliea tion of ali news despatches cieditcd to it or tiot otherwisc crediteli in this papcr and also Ihc locai news pub lisher hcrcin. Ali rights of rcpubli cation of special vlespatchcs hcrcin are also rcscrved. Entered as second-class matter May 1, 1910, at the post oflìce at St. Johnsbury, Vermont, under the aet of March 3, 1879. n! . . and Ah s. Henry Courschcnc and Mrs. Joseph Courschene ...imtay in Hardwick. Mrs." E. C. Smith has gene to Iios- LYN DON VILLE CLARKE-MCLANK wEDDING St. Peter's church was the scene, Tiicìday morning at 7.o(), of a eharm ingly simple, yet impressivi", wedding u-iemony, when Miss Alice Lucilie Clarke, became the wife of Alexander Houglas McLane. The aitar was la-teiully decorateci with green and white, and about a dozen friends and rck.tives gathered at the appointed time. As the Lohengrin march was play cd b the organist, Mrs. Austin l). business ' l'uige, the bride carne down the aisle, fUTonipaincd bv bei in.Hher, Mrs. Myrtie Clarke, and they were met at tt.j aitar by the groom and the rec toi, the Rcv. Lewis Hubur, who pcr foimed the beautiful servi se of this pent j cl.urch with impressive dignity. Mrs ; iiicLane wore a becoming tailored uit ol navy blue, with a picune hat RECENT DEATHS HORACE A. KIDDER The suddrii dcath of Iloraee A. E:dder, who was a nearly life-long uduent ol this town, and cne of our ll19, he was united in marriage to Mrs. Lottie Tittemore at Richford, of I which town the bride was a native. Mi;;. Kiddcr survives him, as does bis a-jcd father. For the last few months It; had been taking a little rest and TUESDAY, JUNE 15, 1920 A'cn's Hall in 1he Citizen s Bank Block, at tight o'clock. Ali niothers, v.ives, sisters and daughters ot the American Lrgion are urged to be 1 c-f-nt. Miss Madelinc I. Randall has rc cently reeeived an appointment as l'iofessoi in the School ot' Oratory, lìnnan College, aGincsvillc, Georgia, 1 oi the coming year. Mrs. (1. L. Kiel oi' Diilarlelphia is visiting ber son and daughter, Mi. i'.tv' Mrs. F E. T"vnsend. Mr. and Mrs. George Giiflìn bave '1 he munitimi makers bave not so been in Saratoga, New York the pist fa.' oppo.-ed the idea of arnied inter- week where their daughter. Miss vridion in Mexico. Giftin graduateti from the Sc:dmoi-3 school of arts. They made the tri p The "socialized" industrics in Rus- in their car, and enjoyed several vcry sii lost money to .the extent óf 2H,- beautiful days during which the crm- 7"ili.7()() rubles last yc.u. That is the mencement exercises took place. All glorious business goveiment that the three returned Fridav and Miss Gif- Red crowd want to state in ;this fin epeets to remain at home with her comtry. . parcnts this summer. to:i to alterni Harvard comnicnce- j ol blacic malme, trimmed with pink inent exercises wherc her nephew, j ìo.-es, and carried a shower bouquet Nei man Whitticr of Cambridge i of pink and white snap-dragons. Shc graduate. ' was given awav by ber mother. Thcrc is to bc. a meeting this even- j After a bricf reception, for the ex ii:g, June 15, ot the Women's Auxil- I cliangc of good wishes and congratu iai v oi V. R. Knapp Post, No. 58, of j laUons, the wedding party adjourned the American Legioii, at the Red , to the home of the groom's parcnts, SUNNY SQUIBLETS Insurance Service Station TIIERE ARE FEW SO WEALTIIY as not to med life insurance, few so poor they cannot buy it. rvow is the timo and this the office. NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY W. W. Spras:ue & Son, Gen'l Agcnts, rythian Bldg., St. Johnsbury, Vt. where a wedding breakfast was scrv eH to the immediate relatives and friends. The menu included rolls, coki meat, fiuit ialad, cake ani cof fee. Mr. and Mrs. McLane left in Unir car during the morning for a fvtnight's camping trip. They bave ai apartment in the Dodge & Watson block, already fuinishcd for their oc cupancy, and will go to housckeeping at once on their return. Mrs. McLane is a vcry pojiular ycung lady, a Lyndon Instittite girl, and has been for the past year in charge of the laboratory work at the ci e;. mei) . Mr. McLane is one of our 111. est young moti, and a most etheient tlerk in the postolfice. Buring the war, ho sen-cd as a sca rnar in the Navy, being in the South Atlantic fleet most of the time. They an both mach beloved by the young pcople, who uro glad they will con tinue to make their home among us. A host of their friends gathered at the church and at the house, ready to spred their departurfc with the usuai .-ce empaniments of confetti, rice, rib buns, and old shoes, and to do ali in their power to givo them an cnthu sirsti; send-off. Cari ilover Ensilage Guiters We have on band Ross, Papcc, and Rowell blower cutters in stock. Manufacturers absolutely are un aljle to fili their contraets and tbcrefore we have to accept partial sbipments of our orders. Con secjuently we can get no late orders and customers must bear fheso conditions in mind and order their ensilage cutting machinery NOW. We carry parts in stock for the cutters we handle and can give our customers service. A. E. Counsell & Son B RAKEMEN i Wanted: Yard Brakemen, Frieght Brakemen, for ser vice at Maybrook, N. v., S hour day. Permanent Positions Apply N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R., Co., Room 459, South Sta tion, Boston. a- I 'M.U"WJ!'JII,F"""".I" si ccrsslul business men, occurred ! re ii'peration from his long and stren- Sanday night, at six o'clock, after a U( u- business career, but it. was too Lriet Ulneas with pneumonia. Mr. K11!' ancl once moie u home hs bereft ilii'der was taken with a coki about oi head. U-n ctays previous, but was not tl'Ciight to be in a scrious condition u:iti: Friday, when a council of doc tti:Was held. From that time he -:iJ rapidly and passed away Sunday evrning. 'the iuncral services are to bi: held in the Masonic Tempie, on Vwdncsday aftrrnoon, at 2.o0. conr c'iuted by the locai Masons, and the I oiiieiating clergyman will be the Rev. '. ili. W'oodwortli, the aBptist minister. i i i.e inasonic uuriai service will he u-c-.i at the e-'inetery it the weather is tavorable, and if not, at the Tempie. ir. Kidder was a devoted niember of t'.v; Masonic Ordei, having taken the Al degrces and was also a Shriner. Mr. Kidder was one cf the highest ranking Masons in this part ot V'cr ..ioi.t. Ho was a past master of D-loosc River lodge, No. 82 of Con coidi, past high priest of Haswell , Ardi chapter of St. Johnsbury, jiast i i.iaf ter oi Caledonia Council, No. i;J, ) ast commander ol Palestine Coni- ! r-andery, K. T. of St. Johnsbury, a i.iiniber ol the. Vermont Consistory I l'nd a noblc ot Mt. Sinai Tempie of the Mystic Shrine ol Montpelier. '. He was born in Dalton, N. IL, on ' Ci e 21st of June, 18C7, and was the ' fidv chili! of Mr. and Mrs. Rollili P. Jvidder. Early in bis lite his parcnts j Mcvcd to St. Johnsbury, and bere he v.-;.s educatoci in the common schools. ; When less than lil years of age, he btgan his business career, which he ! has pursued suecc?sfully ever since, 1 hting one of ot. Johnsbury's best I krown merchanlò. He first started in .!? grocerv an 1 hardware business I .'.'itb. his father, R. P. Kidder, and the ! .i. me of R. P. Kidder and Son has ';( ci. synonymous with business pro '(ity and success for over .",() years. After a few years in the Bailey block l o finn removed to Coneord, where 'bey were located about seven years. Iclurning to.this town, they v.ent ii'U the Caldljeck block, where tbey 'eri burned out in the big Railroad treet fne. After being rebuilt, they rtniaii'iCit in the sanie location on rvi.ilroad Street over 25 ycus, until, m fa et, they sold out the business on ; he Sth of làst Api il. Mr. Kidder has ;!'.et, also in the sanie house, l'Hj Railroad Street, for many yei'r-:, first i". a tenant. and the.i i s'owr.iv. He vas twiee married, but neither union breught him children. In 18!)! he r.-.'rried Miss Lottie Borland, whose le; th occurred on the ninth of Janni-rv 1!)14. On the first of last Julv, if jiUs ili i fMwmmp I I Ihi 'k 1 V VTi -TO' fi imìàm . . mmm - One-Half Day Special Sale WEDNESDAY, JUNE 16 Odd Lots Women's and Misses' White Shoes, Oxfords and Pumps, to dose at $2.79 Store Closes at 12 o'clock Àsselin Bros. . FRUIT DISPATCH COMPANY IMPORT THE BEST H.BANANAS 50 and 30c doz. Properly Ripened N. Y. Fruit Store FOR SALE Eight room house, electric lights, llush closet, good celiar, wood and co l house connected; largo garden. House in good condition. Price r'ght See J. R. MITCHELL C7 MA IN STREET AXJCTION BOWLING AND BILL'ARDS Soft drinks, cigars and cigarettes - Steam-haated rooms. JOS. McCAFFREY 92 Railroad Street St. Johnsbury Ctr., Vt. JUNK 1!, at l.:; P. M. 1 Coneord wagon, 1 sleigh, 1 bone cutter, also housebold goods conVis For Sale I FOR THE JUNE BRIDE A new house, just completcd, seven : rooms, ali hard wood floors and h.:rd ; wood finish in evcry room, ice new ibatli room. electric liirhts. furnace. ' largo front porch, sbaded lawn, can'j ! move right in. rine location, con venient to cvei-ything, Can be sien any time. I I have a well located farm that I want to tradc for a house in the vii- Mago. A. B. Dow's Agency, 12 East- :ern Avenue, St. Johnsbury, V t. lei. One. PASSUMPSIC LODGE, F. & A. M. Regular communication Thursday evening, July 1, at 7.110 o'clock. Arthur L. Graves, VV. M.. Fred IL Dollofr,Sec. Ilaswell RoyaJ Ardi Chapter F. C. Bcck. E. IL P. R. A. carl, Sccy. ! Palestine Commandcry, No. 5, K. T. ' t.iln.l ftn.l-.i-r. Tn,..,t.i., .tfr.ìi.L Jane 15 it 7 :J0 ' Work Order of '''uc aIllc' d'his, and miscellaneous payment down. Balance in rent. j K. T. Re fra -hments will be served, I A good attenda. ice is desired. Bernard A. Johnson I Lm. Com. : Arthur M. Lang iing of IJ extcnslon tables, parler J table, stands, Estey organ, 8 hard j wood dining chairs, rocking chairs, j chill'onier, 1 white ehamber suil,( iron bedstead, 2 hardwood be !s!e-uls, mattress ami feather beds, ì old fash-1 ioned couehes, stoves, 2 beat: rs, 1 ; i ..: O. G. Sargent W. G. Hanscom, Auctioneer. FOM SALE ! i Three two-tenement houscs on the : ri.,; M Nice cottage, barn, garden, small Recorder I Best rooming house in St. Johns-' Jiury. Easy tcrms. j !Chas. E. Kirk. St. Johnsbury ! il HOES Wetfaesday Only . 20 Per Cent Off On ali Women's Oxfords and Pumps. Black and Brown. Also 20 per cent off on ali Men's Low Shoes and High Shoes Plack and Brown. Remcmbcr Wed nesday morning only. Nolin Bros. I tU:lfH1 Ann fi THE UNIVERSA! CAR The Ford Scilan, with electric stanine; and lighting system, dcmnuntahle rima with 3 i-inch tires ali around, is the ideal family car becausc of its general utility and refined andcomfrtahlc equipment. Fincly upholstered. Piate glass Windows. An open car in the spring, summer, and carly fall. A closcd car in inelement weather and vrintcr. Rain-proof, du:;t-proof. In the city or the country, a family car. The low cost of opera timi r.nd maintenanco i:; not the least of its charms. 'on't you come in and look, it over? T-wr W. A. WRIGHT 33:.orrrrr!-' il" - -f -J,." .1 - 1 - j D iMBBWMMWMMWMMaMMllMiai'lilIffÉli WIW limili .1 ,MB3MMHMMM The Ford company-are over tuo hundred thous and orders behind but I ara getting my allotment and can make fairly prompt deliveries on ali models. Do not delay in placing your order as each day lost mav mean a eek in delivery. WeWish ; To Remind You That the time has come when it is necessary to have your home heatcr thoroughly cleaned and the repairs looked after for Fall use as the summer months, with the accumulation of ashes and oot, are far more injurious than using the heater. i At this timo of year we are able to do this work promptly, vvhile if delayed until Fall, if is necessary to order any repairs from the foundry, there is great liability of delay, as at that time the foundries will not fili repair orders promptly. H. J. Goodrich Railroad Street St. Johnsbury, Vt. UsÉesda; Forenoon SPECÌALS VIKING Auto Tires and Tubes 5 per cent discount. Goodyear ancl Goodrich Motorcycle Tires 5 per cent discount. Kay Bee Spot light for motoreycles. Regular Price $6.50, ' , Wednesday A. M. Special $G.OO High Spark plugs. Regular price 75c Wednesday A. M. Special (5jc Marvel J. Vulcanizers complete 90c 1-20 gallon Bell Churn $13.50 One No. 1 Sharples Suction Feed Variable speed Creain Separator $(i0.00 A. E. Counsell & Son St. Johnsbury, Vermont. Pickard China In our big stock of gift items there are none more attractive and more delightfully acceptable than the new decorations of Pickard China The harmony of the clecoration with the shapes and the uses to which the pieces can be put, make any choice a good one. And if it is Pickard, you know it is artistic ally correct. LURCHIN & LURCHIN (The Quality Jewelers) Eastern Avenue, St. Johnsbury, Vt.