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THE WEEKLY CALEDONIAN, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 13, 1919
TAGE FIVE COMMISSIONERS' NOTICE WEST NEWDURY Frank Prescott of Lowell is visit- ESTATE OK WAITER G. DAVIS. The undcrsiirncd hnvinir been nn. pointed by the Honorable Probate inK at J- a C. -Taylor's, also Mr Court for the District of Caledonia, I Arthur A. Heath and two children o cujiMlSMUJNKKS, to receive, ex nmino, and adjust the claims and de mands of all persons against the es tate of Walter G. Davis, late of Dan ville, in said District, deceased, and a'l oliams exhibited in offset, thereto here by give notice that we will meet for the. purpose aforesaid, at the store of 'aiAun(i jo umoi oip ui 30(j -v" N in said IWstrict, on the 23rd day of August and 24th day of January next, from 1 o'clock p. m., until 4 o'clock p. m., on each of said days, and that .six months from 'the 28th day of July, A. D., 1919, is the time limited by said at Hall's Pond. Shcrbrooke, Mr. and Mrs. Tyler have recently returned from a visiting trip to Bo: ton and surrounding places. Mis Margaret Tyler remained at Melrose Higfihlands for a few days with M and Mrs. Edward Fulton. Miss Marjoric Brooks ha3 gone to her home in Bradford. Miss Mona Layton is visiting Watcrbury. The rest of the Layton family spent Sunday at their cottage Court for said creditors their claims to us for and allowance. Dated at Danville, Vt., this 1st day of August, A. D., 1919. NELSON A. DOLE, WALLACE H. NUTTING, to present, Mrs. Ellis Norcross is spending Rob examination some time with her sister, Mrs. crt Barnett, Mrs. Martin Palmer of St. Johns bury and Miss Nellie M. Bone1 o South Rycgate have been at G. L, Tyler's for a few days and, Paul Kis commissioners, sock ol New Haven, Conn., came K Aug: 27 , Monday. - Mrs. Harvey Benzie and Mr. and ESTATE OF HENRY FAIRBANKS 1 Mrs. F. P. Spear are making a trip STATE OF VERMONT i to Boston. . District of Caledonia, ss An unusually beautiful display of The Honorable Probate Court for northern lights was visible here Mo.i- the District Aforesaid: day night. To alp persons interested in the The Christain Endeavor society oi estate of Henry Fairbanks, late of Ihis plac6 is invited to luncheon and St. Johnsbury, in said llis.i ceased, GREETING: WHEREAS, said Court has as signed the 16th day of August next for examining and allowing the ac count of the Executors of the estate of said deceased and for a decree of the residue of said estate to the law ful claimants of the same, and order ed that public notice thereof be given a social alternoon with the Kpworth League of Newbury Center at Five Oaks Cottage, l'Viday, Aur. 15. HARVEY Mrs. P. II. McDonald and Miss Helen Hack visited Mra. Patience Nutting the first of the week. Allen Barilctt is in Bl ight look hos- to all persons interested in said estate pital where he had an operation. He by publishing this order three weeks 'is getting along as well as can be successively previous to the day as- expected. signed, in the Caledonian, a, newspap- Miss Florence Baird has been work er published at St. Johnsburv in said ing at Marshal Stacker's for a few District. THEREFORE, you are hereby no tified to appear at the Probate Office days. Quite a number from here attend ed the Grange Field Day Picnic at in St. Johnsbury, in said District, on 'Joe'n Pond Friday and all report a 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 claimants to said residue. Given under my hand, this 26th day of July, A. D., 1919. WALTER P. SMITH, Judge run three times 39-3 t good time. L. J. Hovey and family spent the dav Sunday at Burnet Pond with friends form St. Johnsbury and I.'o, Danville. BARNET The D. A. R. and W. R. C. held their monthly meeting Saturday at Chester Somcr's. Dinner was served as usual but the tables were set in I the hay barn floor, a feature out of STATE OF VERMONT, District of. the usual custom. About 25 or 30 ESTATE OF THOMAS A. SYMES Caledonia, ss. The Honorable Probate Court for the District aforesaid: To all persons interested in the es tate of Thomas A. Symes, late of Waterford, in said district, deceased. GREETING: Whereas, said Court has assigned the 30th day of August next for ex amining and allowing the account of attended. Miss Edith Wallace is spending a week at Hotel Maples, Littleton, the guest of her cousin. Miss Alice Han scom of Portsmouth. Mrs. Robert Hazelton and daugh ter, Edith, gave a card party to the young people one evening last work in honor of the daughter and' sister. Ellen Hazelton, who is spending her Donald Miller of Lebanon has been at Robert the Administrator with Will annexed vacation from nurses' training school of the estate nf sniH AnrnaxoA ;,nH fnr ! t Springfield, Mass., hospital at tn tVin In wf ill flnimanta n P tnn untvtn and ordered that public notice thereof, sPcnd,in!I,8 short vtlcation k ; , n ., i, ; Hazclton's V KirVII till (ClOUIID illtUl UQVU 1111 i. llit 1 1 TT . ..;J k.. ....ui:i.: ' Several attended the dances at Har- ndiu v.,taic uy iiuminfiuig una uiuui three weeks succssivcly previous to the day assigned, in the Caledonian, a newspaper published at St. Johns- To later to the -Stuart bucalow Harvey's pond. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hillianl have returned from Anisquam, Mass., and other points where they went on their wedding trip. ' 1 Miss Amanda Quimby spent a couple of days the first 'of last week with friends at St. Johnsbury and Passumpsic. Mrs. Benjamin Gadley is vHthig at Dr. Bugbce's in Springfield, Ma a. C. A. Nichols, formerly of S Johnsbury now of Wincheste'rVMass., was in town last week Tuesday with his son, Robert, of the New England telephone company. ' ': '" . John White has left the contract to dirll an artesian .we'll 'on his premises ana nopes to striKc good water soon. The Lyman Coal company of Bur lington was represented her last week by Mr. Brown, who nhonhc- cies a coal shortage. Mrs. Arthur Emery of Lvndon- ville spent Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Jane Martin. Several are planning to atend the annual school reunion at Joe's pond brook school house, Thursday. Miss Mary Roy has been enter taining her brother, William Roy, of South Ryegato! at the home of Mrs. Ellen Smith. at PEACHAM ' DANVILLE bury, 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 9th day of August, A. D., 1919. WALTER P. SMITH .Judge. 67-69 ESTATE OF FANNIE SYMES STATE OF VERMONT, District of ' Caledonia, ss. The' Honorable Probate Court for the District Aforesaid: To all persons interested in the es tate of Fannie Symes, late of Water-count of rain i vcy's pond and Lake Morcy on Thurs day and Saturday evening. Herbert Flint, wife and daughter of Medford, Mass., visited Mr. Flint's mother, Mrs. Lizzie Flint recently. They came by auto with their rela tives, Bernard Johnson and family of St. Johnsbury, who had visited them. Mrs. Walter J. Brennan and two daughters of Roxbury, Mass., who have been visiting their friends, Mrs. Alvin Bandy, have returned to their home. Mr. end Mrs. Harvey Phelps have been entertaining their friends, Mr. and Mrs. Brown of Barre a few days, Mrs. Lyman Brock of Springfield Mass., has joined her son, Stnnley, at W. S. Brock's. Mr. and Mrs. Frank O. French o f St. Johnfibury were also at the Brock home Sunday. The Union picnic of the ' Barnct and East Barnet Sunday schools which was planned for Wednesday was held the following day on ac Thursday was a fine ford, in said district, deceased, - GREETING: ' Whereas, said Court has assigned the 30th day of August next for ex amining and allowing the account of the Administrator with Will annexed af the estate of said deceased and for a decree of the residue of saidestate 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 wcck3 successively previous to the day assigned, in the Caledonian, a newspaper published at St. Johns bury, in said districtl '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 con test the allowance of said account if j you seeause, and to establish your right as heirs, legatees and lawful claimants to said residue. Given under my hand, this 9th day of August, A, D., 1919. . WALTER P. SMITH, Judge. 67-69 ! Secretary of State Harry A. Black lias Suspended the automobile license of Guisseppi Lazzari of Rutland for failure :to observe the traffic law in driving past a street oar from which passengers were leaving. According to the report he stated to the court that he would repeat the offse if he approached a car again under similar circumstances and for this reason the suspension of his license was recommended is recommended. ( I are occupying a cot Tha license of Wilbur D. Allen oflponv" a vacation. Charleston was suspend for fail-1 S lEmery of St Johl day and called out a good sized crowd of all ages. The ball game, potato, three legged and suit case races were entered into with much enthusiasm, also the picnic dinner the ice' cream and lemonade. Tho': swings were kept in motion by the small children The location near Sutton brook on the mountain road proved to 1)6 charming spot for the gathering, the success of the occasion is due to the efforts of Rev. Arthur Gregg. Sherburn Moove and wife enterta ined a't' dinner 'Sunday, their daugh ter. Mrs. Fred Poffs. son Leslie daughter, Margaret of Holyoke, Mass., and Ira Albee and daughter, Marjorie, of this tlace. ' "" A. N. Gilfillan and family accom panied by his mother, Mrs. Margaret Gilfillan, returned from visiting rel atives at Beebe the last of the week Wilbur Davison, wife, daughter and Eon of Brighton, Mass., arrived Saturday to visit Mrs. Davison's sis ter, Mrs. A. N. Gilfillan and family. Mr. Davison is a member of the Weber qqartette and is recuperating from a serious illness. Miss Eva Batchelder, army nurse, is visiting at her old home in Con cord. ' t ' The Southerland & Towle'saw mill has been moved from the W. 'S. Brock mountain lot to the Copenhag en section and will be in operation as soon as possible. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Scott of Low ell and Mrs. Fulsom and children were callers at Mrs. E. J. Briggs a week ago, the Massachusetts people cottage at Harvey's Pictures for Friday evening, Au;. 15, will be "Bound in Morocco," fea turing DougIa3 Fairbanks and A. Bray Picturegraph. Mr. and Mrs: John Hibbs from West Newbury, Mass., are visiting Mrs. Hibp's father, Alonzo Page. 1 Mr. tfnd Mrs. Charlie Smith from 'asadena, Cal., formerly from North Danville, are visiting friends in town Announcements have been receivcu of the marriage on August 6, of Miss Inez Abbott to Wendell J. Goodrich. Mrs. Goodrich for about three years a faithful attendant in the Caledonia National bank and was very popular with young and old. Mr. and Mrs. Goodrich will reside in Mansonville, Que., after September 1. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Thurston iiave gone to Stanstcad, making the i'ip in their car. Mrs. Harvey Fairbanks spent Sun day witli her daughter, Mrs. C. A. Adams. Mr. and Mra. J. Leslie Hardy, Miss Lorinda Hardy, George Davis, Mrs. George Dole, Rev. and Mrs. C. A. Adams, Charlotte Adams, and Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Satcvcns arc enjoying a motor trip to Canada, returning through, Dixville Notch. Mrs. Nettie Fisher and Earle Fish have been visiting friends in town. Dr. and Mrs. A. C. Aillis from Kecne, N. H., are stopping at J. W. illis' for a few days. Charles S. Dole and Mi33 Jessie Dole, who have been spending some time in Old Orchard, Me., have re turned home. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Grcenbank have gone to Old Orchard. Charles Mills, who has been spend ing about two months at his home here, expects to rejoin his Company, The Klark-Urban Co., at Bucksport, Mc., the first of next week. Leroy Kenneth, who has also been spending some time here, went last night to New York and will go with the Klaik Urban Co. to Bucksport. Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Cheney are in Barre for a few days. Mrs. Walace Nutting has been cal led to Boston on account of the ser ious illness of a friend. Clarence and Leonard Pick, Alvin Danforth and two Wightman boy;-, have gone to the Canadian Northwest for the harvesting. Mrs. Georgiana Hodgdcn is visiting friends in town. Miss Clara Cook from Boston is spending a few weeks at J. W. Gil-lis'. Mr. and Mrs. O'Brien and Mr. East, from Placencia, Cal., and Mrs. Mit chell from Chicago, who have been touring New England, ' have visiting at. Marshal Stockers'. The annual business meeting of the Alumni Association of the Caledonin County Grammar school will be held at the Academy on Thursday, August 14, at 8 o clock p. m. A reception an dentertainmcnt will follow the meeting and nil friends of the Acaad emy are invited to be present. The church aid of the Congregaa tionl church met on Thursday, Aug. 7, in the church parlors. Supper was served and about 75 were present. The hostesses were Mrs. Ollie Mc Farlanc, Mrs. Burns Abbott, Mr:; Martha Jennison, Mrs. Charles Stew art and Mrs. Laura Palmer. Mrs. Florence Douglas, principal of Peacham Academy, has returned to town alter a vacation of several weeks. Albert Goss left Monday with a party to the Canadian Northwest to be absent several weeks during the harvesting season. The fourth annual picnic and re union of the old teachers and scholars of thcEwell's Hollow school will be held on Thursday, Aug. 21. The pro gram this year wii be unusually inters gram will be ' unusually ' inter being planned and it is expected that talent will bo present from out of town. ' It is a general invitation to all of St. Johnsbury. Theodore Chase and family were callers on Sunday at the Pondsidc. Mr. and Mrs. Shires and Mr. and Mrs. McCosco of West' Danville were at Alfred Peak's Sunday. Mrs. George Smith, who is stopping at Greensboro, was at her home hero Sunday. ' Mrs. Harold Somers was badly hurt Thursday bv tipping over in a carriage. Mr. and Mrs. Somers were driving home cattle and the horse became frieghtcned and turned sud denly, overturning the wagon. Mr. and Mrs. John Wilson and two children of Boston and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wilson and Mrs. George Jen nison of St. Johnsbury were callers at George Child's recently. Mis. Mary Sanborn of St. Johnu- bury is visiting her sister, Mrs. Mar tin Bolton, at Green Bay. The CV. A. It. and W. R. C. of Peacham were well represented at the meeting and dinner at Chester Som ers' at Barnet on Saturday, August 9. Three tables were laid and 39 took dinner. All enjoyed the day. Alfred Peak went to Windsor Sun day to carry Mr. and Mrs. Arthui Peak who will make their home there. Mrs. William Stockemer of Dor chester, Mass., has been James Stevenson's. Mrs. ILarley Swasey of St. Johns bury has been visiting at Herbert Blake's. w Oliver Cowen took the Stockemer family, who have been stopping at East Peacham, to Willioughby Lake .rr. mim The Garage Manager's Advice "Well, I tell you, Mr. Smith, I don't think it pays to fool with inferior mixtures. If I were you I'd use Polarine. There's a good high quality oil that'll keep your car smooth-running and powerful. Regulated properly, it's the riit nil for any car. "You sco Polarine puts an oil film between your cylinder walls tind your piston licads which keeps every bit of power right behind the pistons. "No, indeed Polarine never breaks down when the motor gets hot. It keeps its body at the highest cylinder heat and it protects jour bearings and all moving parts against wear. Polarine is always uniform and dependable.. For sale wherever you sec the red, white, and blue SoCOny sign. STANDARD OIL COMPANY OF NEW YORK HKRT REG. U.S. PAT. OFF. PRODUCTS EE sqcOrM Til Mjn ol d rtfldhle dealer nd (lie wwM tcil Gasoline WEST BARNET. I -J,,v.,ln.r Charles Carter of Tilton, N. II.. wan a visitor in town Sunday. Mrs. Julia Smith visited Mrr. E. S. topping at Bailey and friends here last week. beveral from here attended the pic nic at Joe's pond Friday. Miss Dorothy Lily of Springfield, Mass., is the guest of Miss Ruth Bugbee at Darling's camp. A family party was held at Thomas Norton's Saturday in honor of Rob ert Slroivbridgc, who was 21 Sunday. Mrs. George Blain was the irmst of M. nrwl IWi. lqir riinmnl'lnin rinfl i.i,. anu j ,., T ,. r.l: rr. , two children of Rycgate, were visitors . .1UC."?- ORLEANS. her been NORTH DANVILLE Miss Mildred Hatt of Grovcton, N. H., is the guest of Mrs; Allen San born. Alice Chamberlain who has been visiting her mother in Nashua, N. H., iias returned to her home. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Massey and sou Owen, are visiting relatives in New port. Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Stanton and little daughter, Harriet, visited at C. B. Steven's Sunday. ' Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Blackshaw of Andover, Mass., and Mrs. Boomhowcr of 'Wilder are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mcrton Hall. Miss Myrtle Gadapee of Danville is the guest of Theodore Gadapee. " Dr. and Mrs. Willtam Hamilton spent the week end at William Clement's. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stanley of St. Johnsbury and Mr and Mrs. Frank Swett and son, George, spent Sunday at Cole's Pond. Doris and Marjorie Clifford, who have been visiting at G. H. Stanton for the past week, have returned to their horde in St. Johnsbury. .-i r- fl 1 !: Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bolton and, dau8h cr' .Mrs- Donald Ro; Ernest Bolton have gone to New Hampshire for a few days visit. Mr. and Mrs. Powers celebrated their 2Sth anniversary Friday evening by a party of friends and neighbors j calling on them, 28 in number. Ke f'reshments of cake and ice cream were served and the evening passed in games and dancing. Miss Lou Saevcnson was home from her Work at Fairlco Sunday. John Williams, who has been spend ing a few days with his family, went away Sunday. Alfred Farnum has bought William Munn's place. Mr. and Mrs. George Miller were at Topsham Sunday. abelle of Toronto,, Canada, Mis Mr. and Mrs. Ira Welch were at 1'eck, Miss Babbagc, Mr. and Mrs. Marshfield Sunday. Wakefield and daughter of St. Johns- Mr. and Mrs. Guy Metcalf and i bury, B. L. Gadley of Barnet, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Somers and and Mrs. Scott Darling, Gilbert Nced- riauchter of Connecticut, were at, nam ot toouui feachnm. Capt. Clarence Stevens is a guest of Francis Hastie. Mrs. Jennie Stevenson, Margaret Stevenson and Mrs. Delia Scott cal led on friends in Peacham Saturday, and children and Margaret Chapman Mr. and Mrs. Warren Chapman are in camp at the Sou!!i end of the Lake. Miss Anderson is visiliir; . her mother, who is in camp lnv.c Guests at the Darling camp during the week were; Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Moran, Mr. and Mr:-,. Ryan, Mr :. Ly man Brock, and Stanley Uroclt of Springfield, Mass., Mr. and Mrs. Haynes of Boston, Mas., Dr. Smith and children of Lyndonvillc, Mr. I;- abelle of Toronto,, Canada, Mrs. William Somers' Sunday. ST. JOHNSBURY CENTER WEST DANVILLE Mr. and Mrs. Jame3 Cumings and Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Carl and twt) children of Orford.'N. H., spent Sun day at Clarence Bryer's. ' Allen Bryer of Orford, N. H., js spending 'the week'' with hi3 grand fatherClarence Bryer. ' ' ". " Scoutmaster Hayward and a party of boy scouts froni' Peacham are camping at Joe's Po: L. A. Blake, who ha time in the N been spending hwest, is vis- Wendell Massey, who has been vis iting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Massey, has returned to his work in Springfield. Harvey Power's, who has been vis iting his sister, Mrs. Sadie Simonds, of Lyndonville for a few days, has returned home. Mis. Sadie Simonds is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Powers. Maurice Page of East St. ' Johns bury is moving to his place he re cently bought of Mrs. Sara Wilson. Mrs. Wilson will make her Iibmc with them. The members of the Calumet club who hnn 'been camping at Bean pond returned to their homes here Thurs day. . Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Kaplinger of Springfield, Mass., are visiting her brother, E. A. Morgan. Mr3. Charles Bennett spent Thurs day with her sister, Mrs. Frank Drew. Mrs. Elizabeth Putman of Haver hill, Mass., is visiting her sister, Mrs. Frank Brewer. Miss Louise Steele of Manchester is visiting her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Stone. , Mrs. Mary Cutting, is visiting at Mrs. Cora Joyce. Mrs. Helen Gee of Putney is spend ing thi3 week with her father, E. M. Massey. Mrs. E, H. Baker of Royaltpn, who has been visiting at Mrs. Lula Bakers returns home Saturday her little gr&nddaughter, Dorothy Baker, will return home with her' for a' visilt. Mrs. ' Harriett Powers ' - is on the sick list this week. ' Ruth Thompson o? South Ryegate has been visiting - at Mrs. . Sara Swasey. Mrs. Nichols and children of Mass achusetts are visiting her sister, Mrs, The Misses Ruth Bugbee, Dorothy Lily, Clara Pierce, Georgia Thornton and Nathan Biigbce, Robert Shaipc, Leonard Darling, Stanley Brock climbed Roy's mountain Saturday.- Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bluitt of Clarc niont, N. II., are visiting his Lister, Mrs. George Nutter. Albeit Bluitt also called on his sister last week. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Rolins, who have been in camp at Darling's cot tage for two weeks, returned home to Granby, Conn., Saturday. . NORTH DANVILLE and the Ed- Mr. and Mis. C. W. Twiff Urban Twiff of Morrisvillc were guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. II. wards recently. Dr. and Mrs. William Hamilton spent the' week end at William Cle ment's. Miss Madeline Clement i3 visiting relatives in Manchester. J. C: McGill of Canada who has been visiting at Robert McGill's, has returned home. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Anderson of St. Johnsbury visited at Charles An derson's Sunday. Benjamin Clifford who has been working in Haverhill, Mass., has re turned home. . Augustus Wilson of St. Johnsbury visited at Robert McGill's Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Tousant and family of Danville were at B. ' A. Langmaid's Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Gray and family of St. Johnsbury Center were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Allen Sunday; ' ' ' Mrs. Myrtie Whitehouse and son,' Raymond, and Mrs. Charles Buch anan of Holyoke, Mass., are the guests' f Mr. and Mrs. George Clifford.. Mr. and Mrs. William Hamilton and Mr. and Mrs. Lyman " Morrill were the guests of Mr. and MrsfJBaac E. E. Mathews and wife enter tained for the week end Mr. an Mr:.. Elmer Andross of Alburg and Mrs. Smalley of Hyde Park. H. M. Whipple and wife returned Saturday from a three weeks auto mobile trip through New York and Massachusets. Mr. and Mis. Humphrey of Bos ton are the guests of B. E. Converse and family. , Mrs. Clifton Hall and children n-c visiting at Fred Lothrop's in West Derby. Miss Annie Daniels of St. Johns bury is in town for a few days stop ping !.t J. H. Brown's. A. D. Beadc an ' children returned from Connecticut Saturday and went to his work for the Holbrook grocery company of Burlington Sunday night. H. S. Webster has sold to E. D. Stafford his two tenement house on Maple street and Mr. Stafford Iia.; sold his boarding house to Ed Hall and wife. Dr. Cushman of Charleston, who was brought to the hospital a week ago is much more comfortable. Mrs. E. H. Lothrop, who has been quite ill for the past week, is much better. Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Brooks ac companied by Mis.? Ella Blasdell spent Sunday at John Wells in Coventry. Mrs. Clifton Webster and son and mother, Mrs. Emma Pesley, are oc cupying the Wye house on School street for the month of August. Miss Claribell Sheldon, nurse at Cleasby hospital, is taking a two week's vacation and is at her home in Boston. Harlan Haplinger and wife an! three children of Springfield, Mass., visited at the hotel over Sunday and have now taken' a cottage at Wi)I oughby lake for a week's outin;;. Miss Myra Douglas is with them also Mr. and Mrs. William Wright oi Irasburg. Mrs. Fred Scott and child of Mich igan i3 visiting at" the homo of B. A. Scott, Charles Scott, wife and child of St. Johnsbury were here over Sun day. Fred Scott is expected later. Rev. Mr. Hamilton and the Bay Seotts returned Saturday form a week's outing at Wiloughby lake. PASSUMPSIC MONROE A lawn party for the benefit of the Ep worth League was-held at the home of Oscar Frazer Wednesday evening. A short program wag given as follows: Victrola selection, piant duet, Misses Ruby Beattie and Mabel Frazer,' reading, Miss Julia Fisher; vocal fluet, "Beautiful Ohio," Mrs. Louise Hazen ' and : Miss Mabel Frazer; Victrola selection, "Dreaming of Home Sweet Home;" reading, Mrs. Charles Pratt;' vocal duet, "I'm Forever Blowing Bubbles," ' Misses Ruby Beattie and Mabel Frazer; Victrola selection, 'Star Spangled Banner." Over $30 was taken from the sale of ice cream and cake. The Ladies' Aid society met Wed nesday afternoon with Mis3 Susie Stanley. ' Albert Shepard and sons, Fiank and Lee, of Portland, Me., have been visiting friends in town. - ' Miss Madine Colby of Woodsville has been spending a few days wHh her grandmother, Mrs. Charles Hosj Jin, Libcrvou is visiting Wright's. Mrs. George Hall, Misses Louise Hall of St. Johnsbu relative? in town lliui-sdaj Mr. and Mrs. Arthur 1 fnmiiy, Mrs. Reginald And Miss Helen Judkins motore River Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Wan Paul, of Kirby weie at Haro Sunday. Ralph Johnson of L1 . pent Sunday with Mr:.. Jol- Ai TuH'crd is gaining diphtheria very nicely. Mrs. Marion Bsr;y, fornn ion GilJandcr, and little Lynn, Mass., visited at Joh der's last week. Several from hero utter church service.-, at West Barnet Sun-d-.y. Mr. find Mrs. Arthur Aver, Mr. T. P. Barnett motored to Lost River Sunday. Mrs. T. P. Barnett and daughter, Margaret, upent Sunday with her sis ter, Mr,;. Bert Stevens, of St. Johns bury. Fred Wright vi-itcl his brother, Richard Wright, Sunday. Mrs. C. II. Annis and Ed. Tousant drove to Littleton and Belhlc'icm, N. II., Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Isane Turner of Lyn don visited at Fred Converse's Monday. BE PREPARED FOR ILLS VACATION Many persons suffer distress and annoyances from disordered stomach when traveling. Change of food and water sometimes causes indigestion taht leads to sick headaches, bilious ness, bloating, sour stomach, gas, bad breath and coated tongue. Foley's Cathartic Tablets should be in every traveler's grip. They act without paid, griping or nausea. They have no costive after effects and ,0 not encourage the pill habit. They are a fine, wholesome, physic nothing else. SOLD EVERYWHERE. . , r-gia-laW-Hwaa 1 PREVENT If you are "run down' or out of condition, if sluggish bowels have-al lowed poisonous impurities to accu mulate in ycur system you are liable to suffer t-cverely with the grip.' fc)r. True's Elixir, the famous household remedy of 07 years' reputation, may ward off the grip or make an. attack light and easily thrown off. Why? Because '- . '. -.i t DR. TRUE'S ELIXIR is a vegetable medicine that puts hc system in good condition, prevents and relieves constipation, stimulates the appetite and improves the diges tive powers. It can do no harm. . It is purely vegetable. Ask your drug- ist for it, or write DR. J. F. TRUE itgbury is some ti: iMd will itijy,hi jng to report nn aceid df Vy ' 'M hit brother, V. P. Blake. Henry Powers, Stanton Sunday. - -v J ford. . T . ;, ,; CO., Awum, Me, nc,f$0c, 11.00.