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THE WEEKLY CALEDONIAN, WEDNESDAY, JULY 16, 1919 ARBO'5 Evening Caledonian Established 1837 Sterling Chemical Co.'s Insec ticide at hall price. Not well known, that's all. TUESDAY, JULY 15, 1919 Bordeau Mixture and Arsenate of Lead Paste. Too much on hand' so it goes a! LOCAL NEWS THE PECK COMPANY WEST BARNET I St. Johnsbuiy visitors last week ' were Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Harvny, j Mr. and Mrs. Harley Esdcn, Mr. and j Mrs. Clark Howell, James Ritchie, Mr. and Mrs. L. II Thornton, Mar-: Buret Hale, Mr. and Mis. Selbi Bor-i, f Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cooney, Mrs. Dudley FilZKcralds, Cordon Fitzn'cr alds, Mrs. James ISIain, Theressa Blain, Mr. and Mis. Leonard Koy, Robert Roy, Mrs. Emma Hastio. Mrs. D. A. Blain, Marian Blain. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Goodc- nough from New York have been ! Kuests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Morri-j son. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Eastman and Rpv. and Mrs. Stead Thorn- ' ion, Robert Davison and family. Lee 1 Blanchard and family, dcorne White hill and family of Oroton have been in camp at the bungalow. John Pierce and family of Lynn. Mass., have moved into Leonard Brock's house. Edward Bailer is visiting his brother, E. R. Bailev. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Manchester were in icindocv; Th,ur:.day tend In.', brother s luacral. Aldun Clark of Far;;", N. 1)., was a kucsL at James Kliiiiii;'.:, Fiiday. A party of younn' people attend ed the dance at Danville Green Tlunrday evei:in.!;' reportini; a j;ood I hue. Mr. and Mrs. J.lilo Ladd, Orange I,add, Uicliard La.dl, Air.;. Week.; and Miss IJnderwocirl of Waterl'ord were callers at James Wain's the first of 1 l,o v.ecl:. Oi lier gursis at the Blain's were Air. and Airs. Henry Lamphere, Charles Lamphere, George Lamphere and Mrs. Nettie Vincent. Mrs. Nettie Smith, Henry Gilchrist, Airs. !!mit!i of Melndoe , and Oliver Warden a. id Flora Warden of Great Falls, Mont., were callers at Harley Esdon's Wednesday. Aliss Ruby Blain is in Boston study ing music. Kindliness Appreciated. What a comfort n dull but kindly person Is, tn be sure, nt times! A ground Klnsss slinde over n gas lamp does not liviiiR more solnce to our daz zled eyes vlian such a one to our minds. I 'olmes. Mrs T. E Brownlow i in Inv.oml today visiting IMi . Guy I.iiul. ay. Miss Irene Sullivan of Hai Kviih is vi. itin;v her ..i: tor, Airs. John Alien. Airs Henry Bryant is guiiins slow- Aiiss Alary Flynn wmt to Little ten today to spend two wed:-. Frank Ward of I!u; linv.ton is here for two days on bu.inc"' -. Geor;ve Dow e.oe : to Boston today v.-hrre he will send ; onte time Mr. and Air-'. Leon Sv.hult;: ai'e a! Lane:;boro for the week. A'.rs. l'inet Alorency i ; conliiici U: ilie house by illne-s. Mrs Charles IS. Far:' and All". Bol ton are at Willou.c.hby Lake. Alis; Isabelle Alorency has accepted a po ition at Uanadll's store. Kail 0. Aloifatt of BruiLleboro i lu re today. Elizabeth Foy of Sheliield was here on liu.iness Alonday. Samuel Alarowitz anil family are homo from a visit in North Concord. Mr. and Mrs. Ceorjve Ord of Brockton, Ala:-.;., are here visiting r 1 atives. Air. and Airs.. Almond Flolchc-r a;e home from a visit in !-Y.i in-:"n !!, Alass. Mrs. Charles Brad: haw of Lyndon- ville vi.ited her sister, Mrs. John .Vio.ilsvomery today Dow Farnham of the U I'. : hip.var-l flalcni, Alass., is here vi.'.itin;; his mother Mrs George Tice. Bessie and Ada Bennett went to Passunipsic today to spend some time with -Mrs. G. AI. Kerr. Miss Kate Runcles left this, moni- in;v for Union village to spend hei- vacation Mrs. Henry Baiil is spending the day with her mother. Air.'. Louise Labbay at rassumpsic. Mr. and Airs. George Sawyer of Newbury, who have been visit in;'; their daughter, Mrs. Arthur Cheevrr, the past few days, returned to their home this morning. DESPAIR If you are trout.!. , 1 with p-!r.3 or cches; feel tired; l::.vj li-ada;!...', indigestion, umorir.'-k'.. f-zinful pas age of ufin', ycu will ilnd relief .i GOLDMED&L Th world's Etniid: J rcrr.ri'.y f,i- ! iant-y, liver, bl.-.cMcr ar.-.l u:ic r.fi.l t: .j au.i Wational pcraof!? 1 f Ht.a:. J i.'..w ICji Throe siais, t.U Sr.:?t. C;.:..r:-.r.Si!oU. Look for ni.no C, !.! I V.!-.t m every box and bcr:es;'t uc- i.i::I.-a LOCAL NEWS J.i-.iV's A Impey i; at ILirdwick for ,1..' i .-Hi i' 'l i iie wiM'k. Airs. Iiattie Carr of Lyndon is i'. o. l:i!i' a Hem j Bryant's. C:.:i:. ; :i r-i-asi is eor.finrd to i hi- Ik. ii e i y i i i lit - s. Air. nr. I All.'. II. AI. Alas.ey of St John ,v.y n(tr visited at 11. E. Wood'-.' !'' tnil;:y. Y. illi r,i l.:i!V-uur and family are ..mi to low !'.; Wahine.ton to make I ll-'il' hoii'.e. , !Ma!' . At! .:;icy .lam.'s B. Camn !:!!! 1 I . -,- (in " Hill were in Ainiid:!'.' on let;al business. Da.nv: o i" i' Lor.' a'-.'!ei !',ury, Conn., h lis been vi iliiv; at Geore;e I. e.'.'.','. !,::.: i ( til.'iicd home. ;ii ; " ic- !!ol,i-i -.m was. in Barton Monday to see li- Lovett of New ,: .,: i '. !:! !'' tal)i'on..s have i ': u, .' I in: i a trip to the White Ai.-'.mi.'-.i.-.s. Alis Helen V; ;r of Bo ton is. vis it ;,i . , Air. and Mrs. ( i in ; l''ai l . Is: i-".!' ("'vi.'y 'if Bos.ton is vis it in hi nvtM-.ei, Airs. Thomas Chris i y Cem-.e Caldbect; and son, Aiatliew .i.e in bis lumber camp in the .Maine woods. Airs.. J. Afni'i'iii of Somcr sworih, N. II. , who hss been vi itimf at. Henry Couture'-;, returned to her home to day. LOCAL NEWS. Alis. p. lloves ha- i,tui::ed to Al.mtpeliei- after .-pemlin a week, lire. I All -, linv.siid lord and son. John, are perilling two v.e.ks at Frank Cia.ie's a' Danville. i J ;!ulliv.".n r;' C'-.ii's.'o. B. A Ilo.kye o!' l!o ton me in town today on bus- . In. - . i C!are'.i."i I.amrir r.i Spi ine field, j Mi'-., i: vi.-lline. hi; parent-, Air. I and AI I s. ,M. Lenin e. Di.-.' Morse of J'pi'iiii'lield arrives tonif.iii to spi nd a veek's. vacation; as t!:e ; iie. t of Clarence Lemere. i Miss Uae Astle is visilinic fliends! in Orlean , before ;',oini',' to Bata, ! where . i'.e will make her home. ; Airs, llany (loidon spent, the; week end with her ilaushter, Ali s' AiiMied Gordon at Lake Alorey. Air. I'hillip Thomas of Went-' worth, N. I1., who has. been visit in,",' her pal pent.-, Air and Airs. Norman j Jay, returned tn her home today. 1 Miss Jennie Unify of Boston has.1 been vi itiiii'' her brother, Ben Duffy j a few days. j Aliss Kelly held an all day meeting: at West Rarnct. A demonstration on cannin;1, will be e;iven and firelessj cooker;; are to be made. . Airs. Esther McDonald of Water-! bury. Conn, who has been a yaiest at ! loan Mci.eans tno past week, re turned to her home ths mornine,'. Air-; Robert Alonrce n:id Airs. Chailes, Cunnine.haiii of Lyndonville were in town today. Airs. Cunnini'; ham is from I'lainfield, N. J., and is visit in."; in Lyndonville. Ali. and Mrs.. A r! Inn- Turron are the happy parents of a son, born Hunday, and a erandsnn to Air. and Mrs. Louis TurjTon and Air. and Alls. !liai'le:: Asselin. All. and Air-'. Irvini;' W. Eastman have returned to Nutley, N J., after a visit of a few days with his par ents, Air. and Mrs. W. B. Eastman. A'rs. Belle Emerson Steady ami her mother. All... Hale of Lowell, Alas ., and Airs Emma Hale Browne of ATattapan, Mas., are here visit in sr. Geoi've AI. Gray has sold the Clay 'on Kipp lion e and land on the road to rassumpsic. Sale made by the Cahdonia Real Estate Co. Also the B. W. Mori-HI residence off Concord avenue tn V. Lock-voo l. Constipation Results When Hot Weather Stops Exercise WHEN the system has become accustomed to a certain daily routine of exercise and food, health is quick to suffer if that rout ine is interfered with. The bowels arc fust to notice the change Different water is enough to ennsti pate. Changes of food when traveling, much silting by those accustomed to m?, walks will do it. Il is especially true thct when elderly people change tlu-L' loutinc. they quickly become conslipatrd. Yet elderly people should be paiticulaily careful to keep their bowels open, especi ally during the hot months. V A better remeily for the purpose ccn not be found on a druggist's shelf than Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. It is a combination of simple laxative herbs with pepsin which trains the stomach muscle to do their woik natur.iliy su that medicines can be tle-penrol with. Only a small dose ir. needed, andunliki harsli physics rind cathaitics, it acts gently and without griping. A bottle of Syrup Pepsin can be. bought at any drug store lur 30c and $1, the latter the family size, or a free tiial bottle will be sent on receipt ol your address to Dr. W. B. Caldwell. -WO Washington St., Monticello, 111. FAVOR SERVICE MEN National Rowing Regatta at Wor cester in Aufjust Will Have Soldierr. and Sailors Entered InJ ... mum earn mm. Jf Mlk tiM .jmSS. I ik K si mmm NEW YOIJK, July 15 For the first time in the history of tin; Nat ional rouiii.u' renatla, two .special events have been added to this year's program in order to e.ive soldiers and sailors of the Allied nations an op portunity of con test ine;. Twelve reu ular championship races will be row ed over the Lake Quinsitvamand course on August 1 and in the 45th annual roirattn of the National Asso ciation of Amateur Oarsmen which this year wil lhe held under the aus pices of the Lake Qninsiuainnnd As sociation of Worcester, Alass. Elev en of these will be rowed over a straight away couisr of one mile and a quarter ,and lhe other will he a one quarter mile dash for seniors. On Friday, August 1, the events will he decided in the following order Interii-ediate four shell, senior quar ter mile dash, intermediate sini-.le, se nior international four shell, associa tion s.inele and intermediate eight. On the following' day the order of championship races will be senior double; senior four shell; iuterdmedi ate double; championship single; se nior quadruple and senior eb'rht. . The Begat ta Committee unani mously decided to cater for the sol diers and sailors of any and all of the Allied Nations by the addition of a single scull, shell race and a four oared g'ig' event with coxswain. The single scull shell race will be open to those wdio never won the single mill shell senior or the single scull nat ioiia championship. The first prize for this contest, a silver cup emblem atic of the championship of the world, is the gift of Major-General John F. O'liyan, while the second and their men will receive a silver medal and a bronze medal respectively. President John J. F. Alulcabev of the Atlanta Boat club oT New York, has donated gold, silver and bronze medals for the winning' and placed crews in 1'ie four oared gig' open boat, race, wil h coxswain weighing 105 pounds, open to Allied soldiers awl sailors. The Home of Your Dreams is the LECTRIFIED HOM Let Us Help You Plan to Make Electricity Your SERVANT "As We Journey Through Life, Let Us Live By the Way" Let the magic of Electricity radiate cheer and brightness. It will enhance the real joys of living. To prepare a meal at any hour, and put it into the range and forget it until meal time! It secma an impossible dream, but thousands of women are doing this very thing with r.n Electric Range. The time that used to be spent in watching the food, to pre vent burning, is now devoted to useful work or to recreation. The ELECTRIC RANGE Is Not an Expense but a Saving WE CAN PROVE IT "The Home that Rims by Magic" A Touch of the Button summons the modern Fairy Electricity to your Kitchen. 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