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THE WEEKLY CALEDONIAN, WEDNESDAY, JULY 16, 1919
PAGE THREE St. Johnsbury Local A. J. Remillard has movod to his new home on Church street. Hattio Hoy of Lyndonville is vis iting friends in town. Preston May, village clerk, has re turned from Willimantie. Kenneth Jacaues lias gone to Canada to spend the summer with his grandparents. Mrs. Mildred Ileymann has return-, ed from a visit with Mr. Ileymann in Boston. Master Carlyle Longey has gone to Enosburg halls to spend the -summer with his grandparents. Bernhardt Taylor has returned from his vacation spent in Detroit, Mich. lion. Alexander Punnett is in Woodstock and Bethlehem on busi ness. James Gilmoro of Rock Island, who was well known here, died at his home Wednesday. Mrs. O. W. lioutain has returned from St. Johnsbury Hospital where she has been the past seveial weeks. Frank Landry and family are at Joe's Pond for the remainder of the summer. Mrs. Nellie Counter of East Burke has been a guest of her sister, Mrs. Nelson Perry. Mrs. A. K. Bennett and Miss Bessie Bennett went to Passumpsic to visit Mrs. G. M. Kerr Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Worthcn of Newbury have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Archie Wilcomb. Thomas Phillips has received a telegram from his brother, Mike Phillips telling of his safe arrival from overseas and is in New York. Mrs. K. E. Wadleigh is spending a couple of weeks in Angus, Canada, and will visit several Canadian towns before returning. Mrs May Smith of Pike, N. II., is spending the week with her mother and brother on Mountain Avenue, Mrs. B. F. Wadlcigh and E. E. Wad leigh. Mr. and Mrs. John Simonds and 1 Mr. and Mrs. Pcrrigard return today, from an extended auto trip to Cana dian points. At the Methodist parsonage July 3, by the Rev. George Martin, Miss Edith Beeves and Arthur Tisdale were married. j Mr. and Mrs. Fred Turner of Can-, nan, Vt., who have been guests of Mr. , and Mrs. Harry M. Day went to Or- i , , . j. r iUVr 'laV 1 Mrs L. II Zerega who ha.s : been . a guest ot tno ht. jonnsnury nouse . .1 mi i j . i 1 left Thursday to spend thc summer at , . ; V T ' the Heights House, Miss Mary Wark of East St. Johnsbury has accepted the position as stenographer at the office of Por ter, Witters and Harvey. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Brodeau who have been visiting here the past seven weeks returned to their homc in Bristol, Ct, Thursday. Miss Beryl and Euna Wilson of Bradford were here to attend the golden wedding of their aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wilson Wednesday night returning homc j Thursday. Merton Ashton has returned from Montpelier and is working at the Paino store on Main street for the summer. Mrs. C. B. Perkins of Newport who has been visiting Mrs. Arthur Tisdale has returned home. Mrs. Sarah Russell went to Mon roe Thursday to visit Mrs. C. H. Hosford. ' Mrs. C. B. Sampson of Brattlcboro who was here to attend the Sharn and : Ball wedding returned to her homc j Thursday. Mrs. Lucv Woodarrl nnrl rlnno-htor. ! " ' Mrs. Fred Eliott went to Barnct to visit Mrs. E. J. Cote Thursday. Mrs. Woodard will visit the remainder of the week. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Long will leave tonight for New York where they will join relatives. From there n party of eight will leave to spend a week at Coney Island. A snecial meeting of the W. C. T. U. will be held Saturday, July 12, at three o'clock, at the Methodist church for the purpose of receiving new members and deciding thc ques tion of having the state convention meet in St. Johnsbury in the fall. Mrs. Victor Cordcau of Rock Is land is a guest of Mrs. John Tierney. Misses Matilda and Harriett Howe of Burlington are visiting relatives and friends in town. Donald McBain of Windsor is vis iting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John McBain. Mrs. Fred Sawyer and Mrs. Guy Sawyer of Lyndonville visited here Thursday. Mrs. Clara Burke went to Derby Line Thursday to spend some time visiting friends. O. M. Gray of Summorville, Mass., brother of Mrs. Edwin C. Potter, is visiting her for a few days. HjJ. Warden and daughter, Miss Jennie M. Warden of Cambridge, Mass., are visiting Mrs. J. W. War-" den. Lewie Kimball and Ethan Garfield have returned from overseas and will resume their old positions at the Harris Clothing store. Miss Emily Cheney, a truant officer of New York City is here visiting friends and stopping at Myron Simpson's. Miss Marion Hall underwent a se rious operation at the St. Johnsbury Hospital Wednesday. This morning s-die was quite comfortable. ' Miss Eula Gochee of Windsor is here visitin.? friends in town. Mrs. Bert Walsh is conlned to the house by illness. Mr and .Mrs. Isaac Wood virited at Ed Lacasse's at C'laremont, recently. Mrs. Scott Harris and Mrs. Joe MeLeod spent Thursday at Littleton. Mi Harry Danforth of Danville visited friends in town recently. ; Mrs. P. C. Jordan who has been visiting friends returned to South Royalton Friday. j Helen Cusliman and Will Roche-' Irau of East St. Johnsbury were here I Friday. I Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Berry eclebrat- j ei! their 25th weddin.'f anniversary I yesterday. Miss Mazel Antic and Allen Knights' v:i re married at 2 o'clock at the Epis copal church Friday by the Rev. A. ! P. Grint. Mrs. David Harrimun left for her: lininn in Cnrim, -finl,l nflni. n lii-jif nf n wnnt- -ifli lmi. mntlinv TVTr n ii n . Abbott. County Court reconvenes Tuesday at 0 a.m., July 1". j Miss Merlin Badger is working at ; the Star Restaurant. j TI. E. Gray of Waterbury was here 1 on iiusmess r riday. C. B. Chase was in Wells River to- day on business. Mrs. Hazel Knnwlcs of Abington, . Mass., was in town today Henry Carriek and family of Bos ton are here visiting friends. G. S. Hiekcy visited Mrs. C. J. Trefren at Lyndonville today. Miss Isabelle Richardson of Little ton visited Mrs. Fred Oilman today. Aldcn L. Bailey has returned from Boston. Mrs. L. E. Harris went to Nashua, t i , . . . i , , i Fra lay to visit lnends for two weeks, i Mrs. L. ... Stalford remains very : ill at Brightlook Hospital. , i w m it r m "'1 wi to Pike, N II Friday to spend the ; summer with Mr. .Hoy. ' Mrs. illiam Gero and children who have been staying in West Dan ville this week returned homo today. Miss II. May Crenshaw of Bar Harbor was in town today on her way to New York City. Mrs. Julia Landry and daughtc-, Ida, spent the day at Joe's Pond with Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Mailhott. Mrs. Charles Lynch and Mrs. Mary Corbett were guests of Mrs. Thomas Hazel at Lyndonvillo today. Miss Julia Stewart is visiting her father, J. Hamilton Stewart at Har veys Pond. ivuT. x tiiiii-i 14.: v ysi n lilt; chaplains of thc forces in France the ' i -in:ut!i;il mill I V M,( ,1V I'V , , ... , . J . auto for a few days with his parents at Kinnear's Mills, P. Q Mr. and Mrs. Martin Guiffrc of Burlington visited old friends in town Thursday. Dr. and Mrs. J. P. Tierney, are in Derby Line to attend the funeral of Mr. Gilmoro. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Barrett and family arc spending thc week end in Danville. The Girl Scouts will hike to Emer son Falls Saturday and have a pic nic. I Mrs. Hazel Winship visited Mrs. John Stanley Thursday returning to her home in Lyndon today. Mrs. Esther Holmes is spending the day with Mrs. Will Robert.? at St. Johnsbury Center. Mrs. Jennie Moonoy, Mr. and Mrs. j Glenn Mooney and Mr. and Mrs. I Clayton Bond go to Shadow Lake i today (Friday) camping. Mrs. Mabel G rover of Southern Pinna. M C1. whn (a etnvinrr nt Finn- i,.nin nt Ti,,.c,i';n t, I. ',' "", Miss' Bessie Dresser of Canada snM1t. thn rl.iv with w eisw. Mi,. n i. i m rjiiiui im'Mr on ner way 10 miners Falls, where she will visit, Mrs. A. S. Butler of Hudson, N. H., has been visiting her son, Arthur Butler a few days returning home i Fi-idnv Mr. Dawson of Portland, Me., is visiting his granddaughter, Mrs. Kenneth Kirk. Mr Davison is 75 years old and very active. Henry Bridge and daughter, Anna, who have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Bridge, the past few days, re turned to their home in Springfield, Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Waite and family returned this week from an 1 auto trip through thc White Moun- tains to Portland and the Maine beaches. Mrs. Wilfred Messier who has been in Tti-iirhiinnV Wnitni ,, nM to go to her home in Coventry today Mr. Messier came to accompany her homc. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Estabrooks, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Estabrooks, Miss Ada Burns, Ethan Garfield, Delia Walker, Earl Franklin, Maurice Mar owitz attended thc dance at Harvey's Pond Thursday night. Music by Henault's orchestra. The Dental Examining Board met at Montpelier, June "0, for the pur pose of conducting examinations. Fifteen candidates were examined. Dr. W. R. Pond of Rutland was elect ed president of the Board and Dr. Harry F. Hamilton of Newport, sec retary and treasurer. Mr. Fitzpatrick, director of the Vail school of Agriculture at Lyndon Center was in town yesterday con sulting with applicants for the school for the fall. Horace and Carl Law- rence are thinking of entering the, school. Mr. Fitzpatrick also called on Howard Bovce, Roy Gorham and Rnvmnnd Staple?. George Gray has boucht Lyle Spaulding's herd of Holstein cows. James R. Sanborn is quite ill at Brightlook hospital. Mrs. Flora Bailey is visiting rcla- tivos at Peacham. Mrs. Blomfield Palmer and two chil- j dren have returned from New York ! City. Mrs. George F. Powell and daugh- I tor, Irene, have returned from a visit i to friends at Barre. . ;'V?- "-""i""-' i : mother, Mrs. Eliza Hill. Miss Florence Fasestt from Lan caster is spending the week at her brother's. Charles Fn'ssetts. Mr. and Mrs. Walter W. Childs j of Boston are spending some time at Lyle Spaulding's in the Spaulding j Neighborhood. Mrs. Charles S. Adams and daugh- : ter, Dorothy were in Bradford the j first of the week to attend the funeral of a relative, returning home Tuesday' Miss Abbey M. Smith of Swansea, j Mass., came Thursday to visit her ; sister, Mrs. L. S. Miner for a few i weeks. Miss Margaret Bailey is spending: her vacation from her duties in Bos ton at her sister's, Mrs. Charles W. II. Hoyt. Mrs. F. B. Jacques and daughter, Dorothea, leave Saturday for Kalis poll, Mont., where they will spend several weeks with Mrs. Jacques' I brother and uncle. I Wmvl liny hppn vnpeivnil hv f pinruls , . ...,., ,ipntv in vinolund. N j thc ,ast of June of Frank E. McMahon. Mrs. McMahon will be remembered by many here as Miss Mary Ardies, whose home was here a number of years ago. Leonard M. Averill has resigned his position at the scale factory and is now employed in the Lamontagne barber shop on Railroad street. Willis Lucas of Holyokc, Mass., Hurt um;n tin; i;u...-ti u. Hin'ii fe retumi homc F,.j,,lv Wn Kcelc(. of Npw y orfc cit Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Gordon, Mr. and M char, Nds Mrs j H Mc. Cary of Hazardville, Ct., Werc guests . ' , , ' Miss Eula Gochco of Windsor is visiting at Mrs. C. L. Farr's. Principal A. C. Cole of Johnson was a business visitor here Friday. Mrs. Louisa Anderson of Greens boro was in town Friday. Miss Eva Davison of Lunenburg is here visiting friends. Mrs. George Howes of Greensboro visited in town Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Smith of Springfield, Mass., are visiting rela tives here. Dr. Wm. O. Ricker and f amily have gone to York Beach for a week. R. J. Hoose o fSt. Albans has been visiting his daughter, Mrs. W. S. nr x 1 t-. 1 Wagner returning home Friday. -T ... TJ , , , Mrs. W. C. Huntoon and son, Rich ard, from Lowell, Mass., arc visiting their aunt, Mrs. G. W. Story. Lawyer Charles Shields made 473 miles the first two days on his trip by auto to Michigan. Dr. and Mrs. Frank Farmer and family leave town today for York Beach. Gilbert Woods and family left Thursday for a week's trip to the ! Maine beaches. Mrs. Harry B. Amey and Miss Alpha Amey of Island Pond were hero Friday visiting. Miss Vera Chase and Mrs. Clinton Ch jiso of Mclrulocs Falls were guests of Mrs C. B. Chase Friday. Miss Marguerite Brackctt and Rex ford E Gray of Lynn, Mass, are vis iting at Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Gray's, G8 Concord Ave. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Turner of Winthrop, Mass., who are spending thc summer at Forest Lake, N. H., la visiting his mother, Mrs. H. N Tur - N - turner. Mr-n', R Moore' Mr aml Ml's- F- G- Crosbv "1 George. Ml' and Mrs. w. W. Barrett and daughter, Josephine and Mis.1 Blanche Ling will occupy the Rattigan cottage at Miles Pond for a week. Rev. Fr. L. Marceau, pastor of the Catholic church at Barton, was a vis itor to St. Johnsbury today and cor dially greeted by his friends. Fr. Marceau was formerly connected with the Notre Dame tics Victoires Catholic church in this place. Mr. and Mrs. Kennth Kirk are in camp at Groton Pond. Miss Isabelle Morancy has finished work at the Woolworth store. Miss Alice Roach spent the week un" oveton visiting inends. . f- an.d Mrs.- GcorRe Burbank are i visiting in Springfield. L M'-s- Samuel Morrison is at Miles I Pond for two weeks. Miss Rhea Gilson is home from a visit in Brattleboro. Regis Nagle of thc Searles Drug store is spending ten days in Barton. Bert Morrill will be in Burlington on business all this week. Mrs. George Idc of Lyndonville visited town today. Bernard Johnson and family are spending the week at York Beach. O. H. Cameron of Island Pond was a legal visitor here Saturday. C. Roy Caldcrwood and A. M. Rick er have returned from Atlantic City. Mrs. Eugene Bailey of Lyndonville was here today on business. Miss Gcrmaine Grcnicr and Dr. Bachand and family spent Sunday at Stanstead, P. Q. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Power and son are spending two weeks in Glou cester, Mass. Miss Ruby Perry is visiting Mrs. H. Allen at East Peppercll, Mass., for some time. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Johnson and daughter, Miss Ouida Johnson spent Sunday in Bethlehem and Littleton. Arthur Graves spent Sunday with Ilis sister, Mrs. Harland Johnson in Mclndoe Falls. . Miss Francis Hancock' of Washing- ton spent the week end in town visit- ing friends. Arthur Wakefield and family are at Willoughby Lake for their vaca-j tion. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Delaney from Manchester, N. 1L, are here visiting relatives. Mr. and airs, i.eianu ood are home from a three weeks' visit in1 Mrs. Frank Bowker is taking a va West Winfleld, N. Y. ' cation from the Leach and Waterman Mrs. Arthur Sprague and Miss ' store. Florence Clark were able to leave I Mrs. Bert Walsh was taken to St. the hospital today and return to their ! Johnsbury Hospital today for treat homes. mont- Mr. and Mrs. George Lamoureaux ' Randall, Marion and Jennie went to Canada today to visit rela-1 King went to East Barnct today to- lives for the next month. I vl'' , , i xt Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Counter and! Mrs. dlred A. Manchee of New babv. Mrs. Frank Counter, Mrs. Carl ; ark, N. J., spent Sunady with Miss Countcr of East Burke visited at Nel son Perry's Sunday. Mva .Tnmnc Conner who Kis been I visiting her sister, Mrs. F. A. Con-1 stantine the past few days returned1 to her home in Cookshire today ! Lawyer David Porter and family j visited his nenhew. Robert Porter.. who has just returned from France Sunday at West Burke. Thomas Provost, Ralph Santalo- cito. Alfred Burnior, George La- chance, Frederick Veilleux, Norman i week in town. Gagner spent Sunday at Miles Tond. ! Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Smith and Miss Mr. and Mrs. Frank Temple of Clarice Smith spent Sunday in l.ar East Burke, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred ton. Burrington of East Lebanon are J- K. Searles and family carried visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Cowles, , Madam Searles to Derby to visit for for a few days. i a few weeks, Sunday. Miss Florence Bowen has gone to! O. A. Bnghom of Lowell was a Ayers Cliff to spend her vacation. week end guest of his brothers, C. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Feilazo ofT. and O. II. Brigham, returning Colebrook are here visiting her par-. home today. cnts, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Brunelle. C C. Bingham and daughter, Miss Misses Marion and Carolyn At-! Katherine Bingham went today to wood of North Hampton who have 1 York Beach to spend two weeks, been visiting Mrs. Laura Burt, and Mrs. Amos Jones of Brattlcboro Mr. and Mrs. Frank Miner the past i spent thc week-end with her Mother, wont- vninrnnri hnmA tnrlnv. ! Mrs. Lena Tousant. Mr. and Mrs. Warren EstabrooksJ wniin Ide and family, Ned Chandler and fii1r nnA TTnnvir Vii uhmfAcn mnffll'- ' ed through the Mountains Sunday. I Guy and George Kellogg have re-! turned from overseas and received I tVipii. (lischjii'irii from Camn Devens. ' Thev are with their narents. Mr. 1 and Mrs. W. E. Kellogg. Mr. and Mrs. George LaPoint and friends were visitors in the White Mountains Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Hamilton spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. j ents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Smythe, re Ralph Hamilton who arc at Joe's j turning homc Monday. Pond for a month. Raymond Peterson, after a week's Morton E. Lyster, who has been ; visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. ctnvimr n fnw wnplfK with bis nnrents. Edward Peterson, has returned to .....j... . 4 , Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Lvster since his return from France has gone to Nor- folk, Va., where ho has accepted a i who have spent thc past two weeks position as head bookkeeper in a with Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Hallett, rc whole jewelry house. j turned to Springfield today. A few of thc many guests at thc Miss Alice Roach is spending thc St. Johnsbury House, Mr. and Mrs. i week in Berlin, N II. E. C. Thomas, Detroit; Mrs. H. S. Mi s. Leon Facteau of -Barnct spent Bassett and Miss Messic, Orleans; j Saturday in town. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Govan, Pike, N. i Miss Geneva Weeks is in camp at H.; Mr. and Mrs C. S. Boston, Beth-j Joe's Pond with Miss Julia Richards, lchem; Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Jobin, Beth-! Mrs. M. A. Palmer has gone to lehom, Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Shattuck, Philadelphia; Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Searles, Newport; Mrs. J. B. Tabel, Nebraska; Mr. and Mrs. O. N. Pat terson, Maiden. Charles Birch is in Brightlook hos pital ill. Mrs. L. B. Greeley went to Frank lin, N. H., today. E Erlicht of Montreal is in town repairing typewriters. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hawkinson were in camp at Joe's Pond over Sunday. Mrs. Wilbur Worthen, Mr. and Mrs. Selden Freeman are visiting rel - atives in Newbury. Mr and Mrs. F. H. Shcpardson of Richmond spent Sunday with their daughter, Mrs. Robert D. Merrill. Mrs E. H Gaskill of Bennington, and Miss Ilabelle Gaskill of Niagara, N. Y., arc spending ten days in town. Miss Catherine Wilcox of Morris ville is visiting Mrs Robert D. Merrill for a month. Miss Maude Follensby of New York is spending a two weeks' vaca tion with her mother, Mrs. Ellen B. Follensby, on Summer street. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Keenan of Rock Fort, Colo., are visiting his sister, Mrs Fred Larow at the home of her daughter Mrs. C. B. Chase. Publisher Herbert Smith of the "Evening Caledonian" has leased the house at 17 Winter street and has moved his furniture heie by truck from Boston. Leon W. Schultz who has just re ceived his discharge from the medical department of the U. S. Army and who has seen active service in Ger many, arrived here Sunday. Charles Wright arrived homc Sat urday from Camp Devens. He has been with the American Army in France the past two years and his many friends arc glad to welcome him homc. The Rev. George A. Martin and family left ths morning at five o'clock by auto on a six weeks' vaca. tion in Waterville, Me., and other points . In the meanwhue the pulpit at the Methodist church will be well supplied. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Childs are in Bradford today on business. Miss Eva Heon is at the Wool worth store for the summer. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Crosby and Mr. and Mrs. William Barrett are spend ing a week at Miles Pond. Mrs. D. M. Smith and Mrs. Jno. Folsom of East Concord spent Sat urday in town. Miss Gladora Shepard is spending the week with relatives in South Royalton. Fred E. Taylor of. East Concord was in town Saturday on business. j Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Field of New York City are the guests of II. C Lie. Mrs. Field was formerly 'Mrs. Isabel Strong, step-daughter of Robert Louis Stevenson and his I amanuensis. She has lectured be- ! fore the woman's club here several 1 'C1 "R- , Mr- is a ,ll;llUp writer, author of "Twin Dance i ..We(ltint, j.t,ns amj other poppular plays. Florence J. May. Mrs. Louis Smythe has returned from a weeks' visit with her daugh- tor, Mrs. Herbert Spoare. Mrs. Solon L. Gray and daughter, Miss Mildred Gray of Derby Line arc visiting Mrs A. H. Gregory. . Mrs. Wylna Meyers has fimsncd work at Sherburne's Restaurant and returned to her home. Burt Warden of Boston, a former resident here, has spent the past Dr F. O. Moore, Mrs. Kate Moore, Miss Arlenc Conway motored through thc White Mountains Sun dflV. C. E. Silsby has purchased thc old Caledonian Building and will put it in shape for a salesroom for his now car Mr. and Mrs. Edward P. Benware of Charleston, N. II., visited her mother, Mrs. Mary Gregory thc week end. Mrs. Herbert Speare was a week end visitor at the homc of her par . ! Plattsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Foster Buttcrfield, I Portland, Mc, for the summer. Mrs. Howard Thomas and family are in camp at Joe's Pond. z Miss Madeline Palmer is spend ing some time in Concord with her grandparents. Mrs. Frank Blossom and Mrs. George Asselin returned Friday from a two weeks trip at Fabyan, N. H. Mvs Abby Humphrey has been vis iting her son in North Hatley,. P. Q., returning Monday. Mrs George Gibbons is confined to thc house by illness and has a train- i ed nurse in attendance, ' Mrs. Carl Weeks is convalescing from a recent illness caused by being poisoned by a can of deviled ham. E N. Randall and family motored to Weirs, N. H., Sunday and will go to Boston this week. Fire Chief Harry Marden and daughter, Miss Natalie Marden arc spending a vacation of a few days at the Twin Mountain House. Miss Rhea Gilson returned Friday from Brattlcboro where she has spent several weeks among relatives and friends. Mr and Mrs. George Woods and Mrs. Minnie Grimes motored to the White Mountains Sunday. Mr and Mrs. A. E. Berry and son, Kenneth of Barton and Miss Ida Haughland of Hartford, Ct., were guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Smith. Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Jones who have been at Johnson since the close of our public schools, were here today on their way to Providence, R. I., to vis it friends. Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Doty are in Boston visiting their son, Ensign Lawrence Doty They expect to re turn by the way of York Beach where they will spend some part of their va cation. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Shepard and daughter- motored to South Royalton Sunday. Dr. F. W. Magoon was a business visitor in Berlin, N. H., Monday. Mrs. Julia LeCIerc spent the day : with her sister at East Ryegate. I Miss Sadie Hooker has returned from West Burke. Arthur Rogers of Cabot was here on business Monday. Mrs. A. E. Lanctot and two sons are visiting relatives in Chelsea. Mrs. Mary Fletcher is visiting Mrs Belle Graves at Lyndonville todav. Miss Margaret Clancey and Miss Helen Ward of Portland, Me., are guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Cos grove. Rev. C. H. Merrill went to West more to a Council to dismiss the pas tor of the rhurch there. Mrs. F. L Carr is n guest of her aunt, Miss Jennie Gallagher at St. Johnsbury Center. IN USE FOR MORE THAN 40 YEARS A Tried and Proven Remedy for ASTHMA AND HAY FEVER Two Sizes, 25c and $1.00. If your dealer camol Stiffly you. write direct It Northrop & Lyman Co. Inc., Buffalo, N.Y. Frea sample on r4iut4t. CONCORD Mrs. Mario Fournier has sold her j farm to Mrs Ethel McDonald from Connecticut. Miss Orpha Farmer of Hartford, Conn., has been a guest at thc home of D II Morton. j Miss Madeline Ball of Woodsville, ; and Mrs Harold F French are at Pi N II, is a guest of her uncle and ! oncer cottage; Mr and Mrs Glen aunt, Mr and Mrs F A Brewer. j Mooney and daughter Marguerite , , , p c l t i i Mr and Mrs Clayton Bond, Mrs. Mrs. Ada Parker of St Johnsbury ; Jcnnie Uomwy 0f St. Johnsbury are is visiting in town. ! at Glenvera cottage. Mrs II T Osgood has returned from i Mrs Clara Carpenter of Waterford Boston where she has been in thc ! lias been a guest at Mountain View Deaeonness Hospital for surgical cottage. treatment. i Mr. and Mrs. Fred Laundry, Mrs. Mrs Wells Quimby of Lyndon has ! Lou I"'dry, Cyrus Tuft, of Barnet been spending several days with her ' " . niece, Miss Jennie Belden. Mr and Mrs Waller May and little dauiihter of Hanover. N H. with Mrs May's parents, were visit ors at thc home cf Mrs C L Stacy Friday. Richard Bcattie of Maidstone was a business visitor in town Friday. Miss Viola S May left Saturday for her home in Boston, spending Sunday ; rlc' U ,lllam aml Robert, Mrs. Lena with St Johnsbury friends. j H'Kgms ami Gerald Gray of New The Ladies' Benevolent Society olk Cltv h'ive been guests of Mr. will hold a food sale in thc vestry!" Mrs- h- XV- Hastings and Mrs. of the Methodist church Saturday af-I f m,":l "'"iby going from here to tcrnoon, July l!). Burlington and Holland to visit rel- Mr. and Mrs.' C. M. Wallace of'lltivus- llohcrt and Lcighton Barr, South Barre arc visiting at C F Cut- ,1 Lawrence, Mass., are visiting at tjn),.'H the homc of L. W. Hastings. Mr. Mr and Mrs II W Jackman and daughter, Madeline, Mrs Larncy of St. Johnsbury were Sunday guests at Charles Morgan's. Miss Octavo Thurston of Buffalo, N. Y., is with her .sister, Mrs W II Foster for several weeks. Mr and Mrs L A Merrill of Brad ford spent Sunday with Mrs George Howard. Frank II Winkley, of Carlisle, Mass., came Saturday to spend thc .slimmer at the home of Mrs E A Bazin. Mrs. Jordan was at her home in South Royalton from Friday till Monday. Madeline Palmer of St. Johnsbury is visiting her grandparents, Mr and Mrs W C Harvey. Mr and Mrs Clinton Gale of St Johnsbury spent Sunday with rela tives here. Brother Basil, who has been a guest of his sister, Mrs F A Good reault, Jr., returned to St. Gabriel's College, Montreal, Monday. Mis;; Anne Marie Halley of Man chester, N H, Mr and Mrs Fred Goodreault enjoyed a trip to thc White Mountains Friday. Miss Anne Marie Halley, who has been a guest at the homo of F A Goodreault went Monday to Quebec. Mrs Luvia Ladd, Mrs A K John son, of St Johnsbury have been guests at Charles Morgan's returned to St Johnsbury Friday. Mr and Mrs L V Hastings and son, Frank of St. Johnsbury were in town Saturday. F. X. Richards remains seriously ill. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Richards and son, Guy of Plymeuth, N. H., were here the past week culled by the illness of Mr. Richards. Mr and Mrs Walter Gricsbach, of Turner Falls, Mass., were called here the first of the week by the illness of Mrs. Griesbach's father, F. X. Rich ards. Mrs Benjamin Glcason was in St. Johnsbury, Saturday. Rev George Smith and family mo tored to Montpelier, Friday leaving their son, Harold, there to return to his work in Worcester, Mass. Dr. and Mrs. H. H Miltimore and children, Marshall, Hepsibeth and Jack, Mr. and Mrs. M M. Tatro and George Miltimore went Sunday to Portland to visit Mr. and Mrs. Er nest Miltimore. Mrs C. A. Miltimore entertained at a dinner party, Mrs. E. A. Bazin, Mrs. Alec Richards, Miss Arline Van Blar com, Dr. and Mrs H. H. Miltimore and family. Roscoe Parker spent Sunday with Miss Alice E. Parker. Mr. and Mrs. Elmore Chase and little son of St Johnsbury spent Sun day at William Lindscys. Miss Lyle Spaulding spent part of last week with her sister, Mrs. Will Hastings. Mrs George Whipple and Mrs Wil liams spent Monday in St Johnsbury. Mrs Ellen C Hutchinson is spend ing several days with her daughter at Lone Pine farm. Miss Edith Hutchinson- was in St Johnsbury a guest of Dr and Mrs W C Gage. R M Southworth and Ward Bedell were Sunday guests at the home of Mrs Bedell in Groton. Miss Edith Hutchinson was a week end guest of Mr and Mrs Emmanuel Lillicrap. Alma Joslin is working at Chestnut Farm. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Booder and daughter, Lillian have returned to their home in Bristol, Conn. Mrs Harold Joy and son, Robert, left Monday for Burlington enroute to their home in Bristol, Conn. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Streat have moved from Danville to the home of .Mr. and Mrs John Stuart. F. A. Hutehin.'.on, admr recently sold the J 1! Wallace place at East Concord to Frank C Warren. Dr and Mrs G B French and Mr ' humlay it John Laundry's Mrs. . A Bradshaw and child; Idren Mildred and Medin spent Friday in ' St Johnsbury ! William Virtue has received his dis- charge from military service and is with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Virtue. Oliver McCosco of Danville has been a guest of his daughter, Mrs. S C. Harding. Mrs Percy Higgins and children, "Im U1K- rml cwion, Mrs. uarry Marden, of West Mcdford, Mass., Mrs. A V. Cutting of Littleton. N. II., were guests at the Hastings home Saturday. , Mr. and Mrs. Burt Dean, of Roch ester, N. H, were recent guests of Miss Jennie Belden. Miss Belden accompanied them to Peacham for a visit. Miss Edith Clark of Maiden, Mass., is a guest of P. S. Woodbury's. Mrs. Harold F. French and Miss Alice Bean and Mrs. Bean of New port are guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. B. French. David Bonnett of Whitefield, N. H, has been visiting Miss Arthur Baker. Huldah Burbank has been stopping ; at the home of Mr and Mrs Emmanu el Lilhcrnn. Miss Alice Reed lias returned from Old Orchard and will do substitute work at thc telephone office. LOCAL NEWS Preston Connor is homc from a vacation spent in Fairlee at Lake Morcy. Miss Catherine Gill of Hartford,. Conn., is hero to spend two weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wil liam Gill. '; Miss Maude Marshall, daughter of !Miv and Mrs. I. G. Marshall has arrived in New York from overseas where she has been for the past 15 montn ' HE WAS ALMOST PAST GOING "I suffered with kidney trouble for three years," writes I). Bell, St. James City, Fla., "and for the past six months I have been almost going. I couldn't stoop down and when t would I could hardly get up. I began taking Foley Kidney Pills, and before I used two bottles my pains were all gone." They arc prompt in action and quick to relieve backache, rheu matic pains, stiff, swollen joints and sore muscles. SOLD EVERY WHERE. HMIHtiV91 a i New Opportunities for saving occur al most every day. The thrifty man tiikes ad vantage of them by having an account with the Wells River Sav ings Bank and de positing his surplus cash promptly each week. 4 Per Cent Interest Paid Ai-i VVLLLo River SavingsI Bank., WELLS RIVER.VT.