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' PACE TWO
Till: WEEKLY CALEDONIAN, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1919
A Solid
1 Jtasbyn Lea
Page of S
LOCAL NEWS
Stanley Shores is ill with influenza. t
Dr. Fanny T. Carlton spent Sun- i
day at her borne in Ban-e.
Clif 'on loan is recovering from an !
attack of influenza. i
A -ion in born on February 1 at :
Brightlook hospital, to Mr. and Miv
Orman H-). ker of Peaen.
Mrs. Pearl Brock has moved to the i Dr. Cleasby of Orleans was called
Roy block or Eastern Ave. 4 here on a case Monday.
Miss Mildred Deoss was at her Ruth Powell of Webster street is
home in Lyndon over Sunday. ! confined to the house by illness.
Remember the Elks bis ball at Eva Bedard was a visitor in Lyn
the Armory, Feb. 21. donville Saturday.
The W. C. T. U. will hold their I Oliver Longchamp has moved his
meeting Saturday afternoon at the 1 family to Littleton.
Methodist church. 1 Frederick Rodliif is confined to the
Miss Catherine Flynn has accepted i house by illness,
a position i bookkeeper in the Stan-1 Miss Delia Walker is confined to
,c," Lr ' 1 .. ' I..,,,;,,., I
50 of her Iriends at her home Sunday
night at 133 Railroad street. !
The Ladies' Aid Society will meet i
in the parlor of the Methodist church, I
Thursday afternoon at three o'clock.
The regular meeting of Chamberlin j
Tfelief Coins will beheld Thurs-1
day evening-, Feb. C. Members are !
asked to come in the afternoon
and bring their supper.
Howard A. Marshall has received ;
his honorable discharge from Camp
Johnson, Jacksonville, Ha., and is
visiting hU parents, Mr. and Mrs. I.
G. Marshall.
The Outlook Club will meet Feb. 5
With Mrs. Lh.nche Chicktring of Cal
edonia street instead of Feb. 12. A
gentlemen's night will be held in G.
A. R. hall Feb. 12.
Mrs. Hubert Conley of Concord
Avenue wa; happily surprised on
Saturday night by a few of her neigh
bors, tha occasion being Mrs. Con
ley's birthday. A very pleasant even
ing was spent in a social way and re
freshments were served.
The Fortnightly Music Club will
hold an open meeting in the parlors
of the Methodist church at 4.15 on
Wednesday of this week. The pro
gramme will consist largely of selec
tions from Grieg's Peer Gynt Suita,
and all music lovers will be heartily
welcome.
The adjourned meeting of the Cal
edonia Coui:ty Teachers' Association
will be held at the St. Johnsbury
A n Aawiir 91 n n1 will .nntinnp
until Saturday noon, Feb. 22. Miss !
Caroline S. Woodruff will speak on i
Teacher.' Tensions and Prof. Hutrfi
S. Magill of Washington, D. C, on
the Smith Educational Bill.
.Pvt. Robert Blandin, who landed
at Newport, News, Va., from overseas,
Jan. 18 and was sent to Camn
tde, Maryland, has received his
tiaMinrrp. rmrt is now at the home ot
his mother. Mrs. Gertrude Blandin, on j
Harrison -..venue. Pvt. Blandin was ; ro and tne lowest record was -.. eie
with the Ordnance Department, 2nd I K'ces. Tho precipitation for the nast
H M O R - S I month was 1.93 inches, only a little
" The regular monthly Nature
Study Classes are being held this
week with the following list of sub
jects: "The Flying Squirrel" for
Grades I: "Two Woodpeckers," for
Grades II: "Foxss.'' Grade III: "The
Beaver's Storv." Grade IV; "Chalk:
What is it?" Grade V: "A Study of
Marble," Giade VI: "Platinum and
Its Uses." Junior High school; "A
Study of Marble," Rural schools.
Interesting Case of Miss Baird
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Sick Four Years, Red Cross Worker
Tell How She Got Well
The case of Miss G. I. Baird of 30 ;
Rienv He Avenue. Aliston, mass.,
may bring new hope and health to
Other sufferers who have stomach
worms and do not know what is the
matter. A letter from this sufferer
tells the story:
"I have been sick almost two
Vears. had four doctors with little.
or no relief. Some of the doctors
said I had enlarged liver, nervous
indigestion, too much acid in my
system. I was so tired in the morn
ing it seemed as though I could not
get dressed and get to work. I was
growing thin every day, went from
138 to 111.
'"I was so discouraged I didn't
.know what to do. One night about
three weeks ago, I picked up a paper
and saw your Dr. True's Elixir, Fam
ily Laxative and Worm Expeller, ad
vertised. I made up my mind I had
worms and the next day bought a
mail bottle of Dr. True's Elixir and
ook three teaspoonfuls until I had
taken tne Dome.
4,l was surprised at the result, pin
worms, some a finger long, so much
slime, some that looked as though
ft was just the skin of worms. The
day before I took Dr. True's Elixir
I thought I shoufd go wild with the
crawling in my stomach, I could feel, much better m such a short time. I j Christian Association, Young Wom
them. My stomach was sour all the j tell everyone I know. I can t give en-s christiar. Association, Jewish
time and some days I could not re-1 your medicine praise enough." Welfare Board,' National Catholic
tain what I ate, while other days The medicine mentioned in the War Council, Salvation Army, and
couldn't keep anything on my stom-l above letter is made by Dr. J. F.the War Chjnp Community Servke,
fcch. I coughed so just the minute I ; True & Co.. Auburn, Maine, and is v;ili aiso participate in the memorial.
.. 4-n KnH enme TllirtlTS I WOU1C1 HDL
Weep more than one or two hours.
The second dose stoppeet tne crawnng
Arid the second night 1 enant cougn.
"I feel like a new person, au lnymca u m men- on lunuues.
Dr. W. G. Uicker is i Montpelier,
today. I
Frank Hatch from Lyndon is here !
in town today. i
rh,.-on Unirro.. f PiiMimiKii. ;
was in town Saturday on business.
David S. Conant went to Montpc
lier on business Monday.
I Kay P. Bailey is much improved in
I neaun.
A 77. ' : ; Nm.,,re wn,
business visitor in town Monday. i
II. L. Aver of Danville was in town I
Saturday. !
Pvt. Arthur Tisdale has received
his dUclu . from Camp Devens and
is working for James Russell.
Miss Mildred Hall of Barnet and I
Miss Ida Pearl of Lyndonvitle were
in town Saturday,
Truman Carder from Meredith, N.
H., is visiting his brother, William
Carder
Mrs. John Tierney is visiting her
aunt, Mrs. J. M. Gilmore, in Rock j
Island. i
Mrs. Hairy Gregory has been call-j
ed to Lunenburg on account of the ;
illness of the Rev. and Mrs. A. Greg
ory. Mrs. II. E. Hartford returned Sat
urday from Littleton, where she was
called by the illness of her daughter,
Miss Wannctta Curtiss.
Amos Ball of Piermont, who is 88
years old, walked four miles to the
railroad stition to take the train for
St. Johnsbury to visit his nephew,
Frank Ball, Monday.
Visitors in town Monday, who reg
nf ihn St .Tnlir.sV.iiiv Hnnqp-
Mrs. Gracj Cass, Mrs. Ethel Lane, !
Hardwick. Mrs. C. I. Smith of Mc-1
Indoes; Mrs. H. G. Smith, Woods-'
villi?: Miss Ruby Beattic,. Woodsville. !
There have been only two other!
vears when the weather records,
kept at tho Museum since 1895, have
shown a January like the past month
with an avciace temperature of over !
20.5 degrees. In 1916 the mean tern-
perature wa? s...i degrees ami in ivio
it reached 25.0 degrees. The average
mean for January is 15.4 degrees and t
this year it was 20.C degrees. The orchestra will play;
highest daily record 44 degrees has i Robert Williams of Concord rcceiv
oftcn been matched and even exceed- j e(j a broken leg in an accident Friday
ed ; five years the maximum for the afternoon. Doctors Allen and Milti
tnonth was between, 53 degrees and j more were called to attend him.
55 degrees. Only on seven mornings St. Johnsbury friends of Mr. and
the thermometer registered below ze
less than the. amount to be expected
but the snowfall was about 5 inches
less than usual. On the whole the
month has been more remarkable in
comparison with January 1918 than
with the rverage one. Weather did
not affect the attendance at the Sat
urday morning Story Hour at. the
Museum for over a hundred children
gathered to see the nictures and hear
of "A Trip to Mexico."
friends say I look so ntuch better,
out i nun i uttu iu nave un ",
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for I know my feelings. I wouldn't
hr.ve believed any one could feel so j
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Miss Baird of Aliston, Mass., Knitting
for Red Cross
' I ' I . M, 1 uc 1J1IA11, vuc inuiiil
I Laxative and Worm Expeller. On sale (
every nere mm.u is su.u. iwm-,
mcnueu oy many uiugisis w m.
Stephen Gregory from Portland is
here on busine.s3.
1'. E. May and It. C. Baker were
in Concord Tuesday on business.
Mi -. Frank Sherburne is ill at her
home at "!) Portland street.
Fred Bubcock of Boston was called
here Monday to attend the funeral of
l.'ov Sentt.
I Miss Matilda Morency has finished
; nel. w0rk jP Lowell and has
come
home to stay.
Mrs. D. D. Bean who has been se-
riously ill with pneumonia, is now
able to sit up.
james a. impey is in HarciwicK ana
Morrisvillo in the interests of the !
Metropolitan Insurance. Company.
Mrs. Frank Taylor and Mrs. Emily
French of Clover were here Monday.
Mrs. Kllen Harris is in Orleans for
the dav.
Mrs. J. S. Uttin and Mrs. G. K.
Prescott, Mrs. Helen Bancroft from
Wood-iville were in this place Tuef
day.
A. C. Ritchie of Barnet was here
Monday to attend the directors' meet
ing of the Citize ns Savings Bank and
Trust Co.
Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Thornton of
West Barnet were here Monday. Mr.
Thornton attended the directors'
meeting of the Merchants Bank
Miss Dorothy Mav and Miss Clara
Goss went Tuesday night to New
York City to visit Miss Goss' sister,
Mrs. John Inskip.
Charles Teck has received a letter
from his sister, Miss Ann V. Peck
that she is on her way home after
two years of work as a Red Cross
nurse in France.
The railroad men entertained a
large company at a whist party at
the G. A. R. hall Monday night.
Mrs. E. S. LaFrance and daugh
ter, Phylis, are visiting friends in
Lyndonville.
L W. Fcrd and son arc pressing
hay at the All-Wright farm on the
Danville road.
Rev. F. B. Richards was in Barnet I
.i i i 11... t i
to attend tne iunerai oi mis. jennie
Aiken, Friday. I
Norman Blair of Peacham is in!
Brightlook hospital recovering from
an operation for appendicitis. j
Mr. and Mrs. Hoel S. Hinman
have moved from Orient street to ;
their new home on Dundee street. I
Mrs. Ralph Bigelow and daughter,
Ruth, are visitinir Mr. and Mrs. Ar- I
thur Annis in Springfield, Mass.
The Brotherhood of Railroad em
ployes will give a card party in G.
A. R. Hall Monday, Feb. 8. Henault's
I Mrs. Clinton Bennett of Springfield,
! Mass., will be interested to know that
they are soon to move to Boston.
Mrs. Alvin Flint, Mrs. May Wells
and son, Harold Wells were in East
St. Johnsbury to assist in an enter
tainment Friday livening.
William Brept of South Strafford
is the guest of Mrs. Carrie Waldron.
Ernest Cowles has been confined to
the house by illness.
Mrs. Martha Cass has sold her res
taurant on Eastern Avenue to Ed
ward Piercj of Lyndon Corner. Mrs.
Cass will go to Derby Line to live.
! Harold Rutledge of Concord has
! received his honorable discharge from
; Camp Devens, and is the guest at the
j home of L. W. Ford of Harrison ave
1 nue.
, Among the visitors in town Friday
, were F. B. Walker of Newport; Mr.
jand Mis. F. G. Cere of Pierce Bridge,
N. H.; Mrs. A. L. Wheeler of Lyn-
donville and Miss L. F. Bates of
Thetford.
Charles Darling, who has been
working at Suncook, N. H., has been i
tNeT
a r4. ...l l ...mi i i i
V V4"u'u "u "K lyi
101T!J . . . . . t.
The next entertainment in the
lecture course will be held Friday,
Feb. 14 at the Armory. Dr. Ng Poon
Chew will lecture. Ng Poon Chew is
forceful speaker. His English is
perfect and he presents his subject in
a clear and concise manner,
j Judge and Mrs. Leighton P. Slack
entertained the faclty of the Academy.
! at their home on Summer St., Friday
evening, serving sugar on snow in the
i approved Vermont style. The party
I played 500 and the winners were Mrs.
j Martin and Mr. Porter, who sat at
I the head table during the entire eve
! ning.
Following the request of the Cit
izens Committee that February . 9th
be observed throughout the country
in memory of Theodore Roosevelt, ar
rangements have been made for fit
ting ceremonies in every army and
navy camp in the country. The cer
emonies will be under the direction
of the commanding officers, who will
have associated with them the man
agers of the Liberty Theatres, song
leaders and dramatic directors. All
of the organisations engaged in camp
JirtivitioR. inplllrlinn. flirt Viiir Men's
In thmiannrfa nt ritlAC anI tmvne
throughout the country these organ- j
izations will also have ceremonies in '
cooperation with citizens ' commit-1
tees ana local authorities.
Mrs. Raymond A. Pearl is spending
a few days with her parents in
WooeNvillc.
Herbert J. Warden of Cambridge,
Mass., is spending today with his
mother, Mrs. J. W. Warden.
A daughter, Margaret Merrill, was
born Feb. 1 to Mr. and Mrs. A. G.
Sprague.
D. C. Horner has been confined tc
(ne 10Uge the nast two weeks bv ill
nefS( antj expects t0 n.turn to lr
wo..i Monday,
g't. Johnsbury Academy resumes
relations with "its old time rival, Lit-
tJl;t0 iayin., ,,t Littleton, Fcbru-
ary 7th, and at St. Johnsbury, Feb
! ruary 1 1th.
On account of the recent fire which
greatly damaged the F. C. A. Hall,
the nuetings of the Club will be held
at the homes of members until the
hall is rebuilt. The club met Thurs
day night at the home of the pres
ident, Ernest Laferrierc. Father
Mooney and Mr. Leferriere made in
teresting addresses.
Mrs. Helen Delaney is in Spring
field, Mass., caring for Mrs. M. J.
Delaney, who is ill with influenza.
A few friends gathered at the home
of Mrs. O. I). Adams, ', Summer
street, Jan. 28th, to remind Mrs. Ad-
jams that it was her birthday andi)i9: Mrs. Mollie Blair; Miss Gladys
to wisn net many nappy returns ui
the day. Dainty relveshments were
served, and a good time enjoyed by
all.
Mr. Amos Hoyt a Y. M. C. A. work
er from France is visiting his brother,
Mr. William Hoyt he to take up
teaching in his home state.
Charles T. Boynton came from the
Charlestown navy yard on a furlough
to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles F. Boynton he is from the
Ship Duncan.
At the whist party Tuesday night
at Father Drouhin's, the St. Anne So
ciety :ave their president of four
years Mrs. Arthur Prevost a wrist
watch and $27 in gold. The presenta-
j: . i T7 . ii r i
uun was uy rutner j;rounm.
The editorial m todays paper
headed t'Makmg the Far East Safe
for Democracy" is the first chapter
of the editor's new book of the same
name resulting from his recent trip
to the Far East. Other chapters will
appear editorially in early issues,
Edgard Richard has recovered from
his illness is able to be out.
Frank Asselin has received his dis
charge from Camp Devens and is
working in the Fairbanks shops.
Mrs., D. K. Wakefield who has been
visiting her mother Mrs. Perkins in
Littleton, N. H., has returned home.
Mrs. M. W. Bolton of Cabot is sub
stituting for Mrs. Prcscott Stearns
in the Jr. High. ,
Dorothy Spencer, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. A. R. Spencer, is sick with
the flue.
John B. Asselin has his honorable
discharge from the Commonwealth
Armory and has begun work in the
Asselin Bros.' store.
The St. Johnsbury Grocery Co.
have moved from the Cary building
in the building recently purchas
ed of George Chamberlain.
Mrs. Bertha Morrill is substituting
in the Concord .telephone office.
Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Lawrence went
Thursday to White River Junction.
Mrs F. A. Campbell of East Ded
hain, Mass., is visiting Mrs. Harry
Hodgkins.
Alphonse Gameau, who has been
discharged from Camp Devens visited
Mrs. Charles Mailhot, Wednesday his
home is in Berlin.
Amos Hoyt, who has been a Y. M.
C. A.' workei in France is visiting his
brother, William Hoyt. He plans to
take up teaching in his home state.
Miss Marion Merrill of East Pep
pcrell, Mars., has accepted the posi
tion of assistant cashier in the Com
mercial office of the New England
lei. fit Tel. Co.
The Rector's Aid Society of St,
Andrew's Church will meet Thursday
afternoon at the parish room at 2.30
o clock. There will be plenty of sew
ing to do so everyone come prepared
to sew.
Lieut. Kenneth Flint has been di.S'
charged from the Officers' Training
bchool ot Louisville, Ky., and has
returned home and will enter the em
ployment of the Geo. C. Cary Co.
W. E. Holloway was taken seri
ously sick at the St Johnsbury House
with influenza Wednesday and was
moved to his son's, William Hol
loway. His sister from Glover, Vt.,
was called to take care of him.
In the legislative assignments of
committees in the New Hampshire
senate, Hon. George W. Barnes of
Lyme is chairman of the committee
on public improvements, a member of
the committees on forestry, public
health, school for feeble minded and
state library. Mr. Barnes is a grad
uate of St. Johnsbury Academy in
the class of 1891.
Fifty-nine young people attended
the supper at the vestry of the Grace
Methodist church Thursday night. It
was followed by a business meeting
and social hour. Following are the
list of new officers of the Epworth
League: President, Raymond Lougce;
secretary, Dorts Cowles; treasurer,
Clarence Blood; inter church commit
TPS Lillian Martin T7A:1
Amos Scoft; welcoming committee,
Langdon Cummines, Grace RodliflV
Ntaneyl Shores, Winford Beard, Cecil
JJiown.
..lis. Bet Wright entertained the,'
Pythian Sisters and their husbands at
a whist pi.rty Friday night..
Prof. Shiiley Patterson, of Dart
mouth College, was a week-end
guest at the home of J. E. Walker.
Andrew Logan, who has been ill
for several days is making a favor
able recovery.
Mrs. Ralph Owens of Chicago, 111.,
is spending the winter with Mr. and
Mrs. Thomas Jennison on the Dan
ville road.
Dr and Mrs. Grint went to Bur
lington, Tuesday, to attend the 25th
anniversary of tho Consecration of
Bishop Hall.
Mrs. W. A. Gage is spending a few
davs in Bane, ami will return Friday,
wivh Dr. Gage, who is in Montpelier
for a few days.
Dr. W. A. Gage's office will be
closed from 2.H0 Monday until Friday
p. m., as he has business in Mont
pelier. Fred Dolloff, B. A. Palmer, Ray
Howard and F. L. Townscnd were in
Concord Saturday night to attend a
Masonic meeting. They made the
trip in Harry M. Day's car.
These arc the following letters ad
vertised for the week ending Feb. 1,
tunoia; iviiss r.iuui morse; mis.-.
Emily Tewksbury, Omer Boisvert,
R. H. Randall.
Tho St. Johnsbury friends of Wil
liam Virtue of Concord, who has been
overseas, will be interested to know
that he has received his discharge
from the service and returned yes
terday to his home in Concord.
Dr. W. A. Gage is in Montpelier
this week. On Tuesday a public hear
ing will be given before the Legisla
ture in regard to a chiropractic bill
that is being put before that body.
It is expected that all chiropractic
doctors in the state will be present at
this hearing.
E. A. Pierce of Lyndon has pur
chased tha restaurant business on
Eastern Ave., of Mrs Martha Cass
and has tt'ken possession. Mr. Pierce
is familiar with this kind of work and
will endeavor to keep up the reputa
tion that this place now has for a
"good place to board," Sale was made
by A. B. Dow Real Estate Agency.
The friends of Ensign Lawrence
Doty will be interested to know that
he graduated from a special Officers'
School at Annapolis, Friday, Jan. 31,
and was assigned to the New York,
which is ono of the largest and new
est dreadnoughts, and an admiral's
flagship. That same day he was or
dered to leave Annapolis for Newport
News, Va., and Old Point Comfort.
Va. On Feb. 3, (today) he sailed
for Cuba, where he will remain until
the middle of April. Ensign Doty
went to Annapolis in September, just
after returning from overseas.
Paul Howe, son of Frank E. Howe
of Bennintfton, a student at the Vail
Agricultural school at Lyndonville,
was a caller at the Caledonian office
Saturday.
Ng Poon Chew is a gifted speaker,
endowed with an extraordinary
amount of wit, and his lectures which
he presents are entertaining and
instructive. Ng Poon Chew will lec
ture at the Armory Feb. 14.
Mrs. Emily Barrett has received
word from her son, Robert Barrett,
saying he had been transferred from
the first naval district of Boston to
the 12th district in San Francisco,
Cal. He is on submarine chaser 276,
U. S. N., which is to be sed as a flag
ship and with twenty others will join
the Asiatic fleet which is bound for
China and Japan
A. F. Lawrence and son finished
filling the ice house at the St. Johns
bury House, having put in 16,800
cakes of ice 19 inches in thickness.
This ice was taken from Mr. Law
rence's pond which he made last
year, the water being supplied from
five spiings. This year he plans to
make the pond two feet deeper.
The Fairbanks Bowling team went
to Sherbrooke to play Saturday night.
Mrs. Isaac Burnham and son of
Wentworth, N. H., are spending a
few days at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. A. E. Powell.
The February number of The
Sunset Magazine has begun the pub
lication of the Japanese articles
which the editor of the Caledonian
went to the Far East to get for it
last summer.
The many local friends of ex-lieu-tonant
Gov. Frank E. Howe of Ben
nington will be glad to know that he
is now out of the hospital and back
at his editorial desk. He only under
went a slight operation for a local
skin affliction on his shoulder.
The Caledonian has a lot of sol
diers' letters on hand written to local
folk by local boys overseas. We are
willing to print them but cannot do it
all at once. If your boy's letter does
not come out immediately after send
ing it in, do not think it has been
lost or neglected. Simply watch the
Caledonian each night until it comes
out.
Contributors of advertising to the
Fourth Liberty loan that have receiv-
ed especial mention from the New.1
England Committee in a letter receiv
ed here this week from Boston, are:
Swift & Co.. (local agency) ; E. & T.
r 1, nr 117 r.
Son; Lougce & Smythe; Leach &
Waterman; Berry-Ball Dry Goods
Company; J. H. Brooks and the G
h. Cross Company.
Miss Edna Day was a week end
visitor at the home of her sister, Mr
William McLachlin, in East
Johnsbury.
Mrs. l.ijzic Tilton o: Danville is
visiting Mrs. Abbie McCarty.
Brigham Hastings from Buffalo is
in town.
Allen Knight has returned from a
vi -it to relatives in Waterville, P. Q.
Dr. F. O. Moore reopens his of
fice today in the Calderwood build
in;'. Frank Bishop of Lyndon Agricul
tural school is visiting here for a
few days with friends.
Mary Canber and Beatrice La
Point of Newport were in the place
Monday.
Mrs. .Margaret Hcywood returned
Saturday from Holyoke, Mass., where
she has been visiting her brother.
Mrs. Frank H. Brooks is in Boston
and she will visit her sister, Mrs. J.
T. Herrick, in Springfield, Mass.
Judge Oscar C. Woodruff of West
Burke r.nd Maurice D. Coffrin of Gro
ton were in town Saturday to take
tho oath of office. Mr. Coffrin will suc
ceed Nelson A. Dole.
States Attorney James B. Campbell
returned Saturday from Montpelier
where he attended a meeting of the
state.-, attorneys to meet the retiring
attorney, Herbert G. Barber, and the
new Attorney General, F. C. Archi
bald. Gerald M. Ladd, who has been de
puty clerk to Albro F. Nichols,
county clerk, has excepted a position
in Montrcuil in the United States imi
g ration office and left Saturday for
Montreal. Walter H. Wesley has re
turned from Camp Devens where he
received his discharge and will be i
deputy clerk to Mr. Nichols. I
Horace Tibbetts of Concord avenue
has thirteen wonder-pullets whose re-1
cord for egg-laying ought to go far)
tfivvni-fl Ki'Inmnfr rlnwn flip liitrll Prtt
ofliviner. They are Mav wullets.'
about six months old. During the
month of December they laid 262
eggs and during January 2C4. The
neighbors are hoping the record is
contagious.
Alphonc Piche went to Lancaster
Monday fo;' a short stay.
Mrs. Evaline Dolphine is working
at the Paino Fruit store.
Leo Roach of Hardwick spent Sun
day at his home here.
John Conners of Norwich spent
Sunday at the home of John Flynn.
Mrs. Alphonse Piche has returned
from a month's visit in Lancaster.
W. H. Trcinor was in St. Johnsbury
Center, Sunday.
Mrs. Ed. Prevost has returned
from a two months' visit in Montreal,
The Cross Bakery is making exten
sive repairs for its spring opening.
Arthur Goodnough of Boston is
visiting in town.
Charles McGovern of the New York
Life Insurance Co. spent last week
visiting in Rochester.
Miss Agnes Lowell is taking a
week's vacation from the Wool
worth store.
Mrs. William Stephens of South
Ryegate spent the week end with her
daughter. Mrs. Charles Goodall.
Lewis Morris is back in the Locke
'store after being confined six weeks
in the house by a broken ankle.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wilson visit
ed their farm at Goss Hollow, Sun
day. Mrs. Henry Page of Danville is here
to spenel the remainder of the winter
with her daughter, Mrs. Benj. Tilton.
Miss Polin has finished work at
Paino' Fruit store and gone to her
home in Barre.
Mrs. Frank Blossom is ill at her
home at 34 Pearl street.
Frank Bickford, Charles Bartlett
and John Tinker of Danville were
business visitors in town Monday
George Jones has returned from
Monroe, where he was called by the
illness of his daughters.
Peter Cunavelis of the Concord
Candy Kitchen went Monday to Bur
lington. Ho will be away a week.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Browning and
N. M. Scott of Barton were in th
place Monday to attend the funeral
of Roy Scott.
Miss Glen Severns of Newport, who
has been visiting Mrs. D. J. Gibson
the past few days, returned home
Monday.
E. H. Hallett and A. F. Stoddard
are in Springfield, Mass., attending
a meeting of the Eastern States Farm
Exchange.
Mr. and Mrs. Gustave Pinard have
returned from their wedding trip and
will start housekeeping here in town
shortly.
Paul West, who has been employed
at the freight depot, has accepted a
position with the Parker & Young Co.
at Barton.
Several hundred local people at
tended the service in memory of the
Rev. Edward T. Fairbanks, for 28
years the minister of the South
church, who passed away at his home
last month, which was held in the
church Sunday afternoon at three
o'clock. For practically all his life
uv - airbanks was a resident of bt.
Johnsbury, a leader of its higher m
terests and a friend of its people,
Three addresses were the main feat
ures of the service, one by Rev.
Frederick B. Richards who took for
his subject "His Fraternal Relation
to all the Churches and Ministers,"
one by Arthur F. Stone on "As a Citi
zen and a Man of Letters," and the
thin! by Rev. Charles II. Merrill on
"His Relation to Educational Inter-
St. i est
Special music was rendered for
occasion.
!th
Albert Fox of Sherbrooke, P. Q.,
spent Sunday in town with relatives.
A. 11. Brooks is in Boston for a few
days. Miss Mildred Chesley went to Bos
ton Saturday to spend a few days.
Miss Lelia Humphrey is spending
a few weeks in Lancaster, N. H.
Miss Anna Cole of Lunenburg was
a visitor in town Saturday.
Miss Vera Mooney has resumed her
work at the Fairbanks office, after an
absence of six weeks, due to illness.
Miss Bertha Sinon of Albany has
entered Brightlook hospital to train
for a nurse.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Burroughs
went to Boston Saturday. They will
return Wednesday.
Miss Mabel Spinney who has been
ill for tho past two weeks is much
better.
Mrs. Rebecca Mooney of Lyn
don was a recent guest at the home
of D. T. Oilman.
Mi', and Mrs. Alcido Roy and
daughter, Rolandc, went Friday to
Montreal for a week's visit.
Oliver Longchamp of Littleton
visited his brother, Arthur Long-
champ, Wednesday.
Mrs. H. E. Hartford was called to,
Littleton Thursday by the illness of
her daughter, Warnetta Curtis.
Mis Margaret McDonald of Glou
cester is visiting Mr. and Mrs. George
Guver.
Miss Per.rl Cox entertained . the
Service club Wednesday evening at
vHch time a linen shower was given
M iss Edith Hurley Cards were play
ed. ESTATE OF
EDWARD T. FAIRBANKS
STATE OF VERMONT, District of
Caledonia, ss.
The Honorable Probate Court
for
the District of Caledonia.
To all persons interested in the es
tate of Edward T. Fairbanks, lute of
St. Johnsbury, in said District, de
ceased, GREETING:
At a Probate Court, holden at St.
Johnsbury within and for said Dis
trict on the 17th day of January A.
D. ,1919, an instrument purporting to
be the last Will and Testament of Ed
ward T Fairbanks, late of St. Johns
bury, in said district, deceased, was
presented to the Court aforesaid, for
Probate.
And it is ordered by said Court
that he 8th day of February A. D.,
1919, at the Probate Office in said St.
Johnsbury, bo assigned for proving
said instrument; and that notice
thereof be given to all persons con
cerned, by publishing this order three
weeks successively in the Caledonian,
a newspaper, circulating in that vic
inity, in said district, previous to the
time appointed.
Therefore, you are hereby notified
to appear before said court, at the
time and place aforesaid, and contest
the probate of said will, if you have
cause.
Given under my hand at St. Johns
bury in said district, this 17th day of
January A. I)., 1919.
WALTER P. SMITH, Judge.
K Feb 12
ESTATE OF BENARDO REA
STATE OF VERMONT, District of
Caledonia, ss.
The Honorable Probate Court for
the District aforesaid:
To all persons interested in the es
tate of Benardo Rea, late of St
Johnsbury, is said district, deceased,
GEEETING:
Whereas, said Court has assigned
the 31st day of January next for ex
amining and allowing the account of
the Administrator of the estate of said
deceased and for a decree of the
residue of said estate to the lawful
claimants of the same, and ordered
that public notice thereof be given to
all persons interested in said estate
by publishing this order three weeks
successively previous to the day as
signed, in the Caledonian, a news
paper published at St. Johnsbury, in
said district.
Therefore, you are hereby notified
to appear at the Probate Office in St.
Johnsbury, in said district, on the day
assigned, then and there to contest
the allowance of said account if you
see cause, and to establish your right
as heirs, legatees and lawful claim
ants to said residue.
Given under my hand, this 14th day
of January A. D. 1919.
WALTER P. SMITH, Judge.
K FEB 5
NOTICE
The death of my husband leaves
some uncollected bills for shoes de
livered in St. Johnsbury in May and
June, 1918. All who received the
shoes from him and are still owing:
for them will please send the money
to me at Whitefielr "
MRS. W. H.
kTON

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