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THE WEEKLY CALEDONIAN, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 27, 1919 PAGE THREE s St. Johnsbury Local The Riverside Lumber .Company I Taking advantage of a perfect day las purchased of Kxorino Nolct j Thursday, Keloctmaii A. t Lawrence Cagnc and Napofeon (Sagne the Cur-1 hi; gran 1 :cn.;, Hoiacc and Carl, Mr. tea faim at Neat Vaterford. j .imJ p ,., j, Hr.lUh Q In the divorce case ol Nellie M. !,, . ... Jkinner against Orville F. Skinner, K S- ""'' 'nan and wile anil guest:, loth Kyegatc parties, hearing was i Hon. W. I). Harriman of Ann Aibor, lad before Judge Stanton Anjr- 1!, ! Mich., his daughter, Mrs. Ma:on an ! ind e ordered Mr. Skinner to pay jjrs .Hutchinson of i'oaeham mo'.oi Ara. Kkinner $3 per week and nni , , ., , . , . , ,. ,. .. i i. i cd to Smugglers Notch v way il ittorney tee of $i0 and Rave her the I . J U:;tody of two children. This is the Mom.viUc and Stowc, returning by ihird divorce case entered in county Watcrhury and Montpelior. Hon W. i-ourt between these parties in I'.il'.t. j I'. Ilarrimun wlio is HI year.; old, was Junnett, Shields & C'onant appeared ' the youii.';e:,t one of the party and al or the petitioner and Guy V. Hill lowed that the scenery surpassed tar the petitionee. ..nythiig in the White Mountains. Horatio Otis, now of New Ilnvni, sh: and Mrs. R. M. Chandler, I'aul Conn., has been here visiting friends. : 7 Ir. and Mrs. Chandler were former Nearly 40 years ago ho was a nvi-! "ml lvli.:r. Sally Martin, all of Boston, dent here and employed as coachiiia.i were here last week. Mr. in the family of Col. Franklin Fair-. i.s.ndler is now in the art dopart banks. I "cut of the lioston Herald and both A. H. Din smoro, r:upori!i'.c.in:it of' Mr. and Mis. Chandler were former the United States Fish Hatchery, has 1 returned from an extended In,! to Yellowstone National Park. Ho was accompanied by the head of Ids de partment at Washington and had some very interesting experiences in some of the iv.os'. inaccessible parts of that wonderful region. i vii'e anil his son in St. lohnsbury the Irving Powers W atson celebrated ( pa t week. Mr. Cobleigh returned to hi:s fourth birthday Monday, August j Boston Friday night. 18, hy, giving a party to eight of his'- Judge Wendell 1'. Stafford will be little boy friends. The children had! the speaker at the welcome home eel a merry time in the afternoon play- ehration thnt the town will give its ing games, after which nice refresh-1 returned soldiers on Sept. ir. The ments were served in the (lining ! theme of his address will bo "The room. In the center of the dining! Labor Question: the New Riddle of table was a large basket covered j with white paper upon which was printed little Irving's name and from the center of the basket were pink baby ribbon streamers to which were : attached each child place card. Each1 little boy had a white paper cap which was held together by a cute lit tie ling. 'Mrs. Powers presented each little guest with a beautiful book. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Matkin non, Mrs. Andrew Johnson and sons, James and Randolph, all of Washing ton, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Rob ert Mackinnon for a few days. The party made the trip from the national capital in Mr. Johnson's car. The Riverside Lumber Company has sold to Kxcrine N. Gagne the Rufus W. Remick farm in Watcrford. The premium lists of the Caledoid i county fair which will be held at St. Johnsbury Sept. 2.'!, 24 and 2.") are now ready for distribution. If you have not received one write Fred S. Harriman, secretary, as you will want to enter something for premi ums in the coming fair. Hartwell Moore has so far recov ered from his operation as to he able to leave the hospital, and rode out Wednesday for the first time. Miss Marie Hcnault and Mr. and Mrs. Peter iGngras went Wednesday to Portland and will visit Old Or chard and other Maine beaches in the next two weeks. Mrs. M. F. Ford and Miss Dorothy and Margie Minard, who have been guests of the Rev. and Mrs. George S. Smith, returned to their home in Gloucester, Mass., Friday. Mrs. William Perry and daughter, Margaret, who have been here vis iting friends the past two months, started on their way home Friday to Detroit. They are going to stop at Binghamton, N. Y., to visit. Mrs. J. Landry of Louisville, Can ada, who has been visiting her moth er, Mrs. Peter Provencal, went to Hartford, Friday. Mr. Landry will join her later and they will make their home there. Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Somervillc wdio have been spending two weeks at Pottcn Springs, P. Q., have returned home. Maurice Page's farm at East St. Johnsbury has been sold to Mr. Gor don of Springfield, Mass. The sale was made by H. A. Bryar.t. Charles Anderson has sold his faitt), stock and tools at North Dan ville to Henry McRaynolds of Black Lake, Canada. Sale made by II. A. Bryant. Albert L. Farwell of Bostji is here for the day where he has been cordially greeted by his many friends. Mr. Farwell has recently re turned from Alaska where he took a party of tourists for the Raymond & Whitcomb tourist agency. Mr. Far well returns to Boston this afternoon and expects to sail from San Fran cisco on Sept. 20 with a small party of tourists for a trip around the world. Their itinerary includes Jap an, China, Palestine and several cf the European countries. Miss Lillian Switscr of Washing ton and Mrs. Hurley B. Powers of Portland, Mo., are spending the week end with Mr. and Mis. Carl Morris. Miss Mary Redington Ely left Wednesday for Montreal and sailed on August 24 on the Cassandra for Glasgow. From there she will go to Cambridge, England, and study for a year utilizing the scholarship which , she received from Columbia ur.ivev- sity. I Sidney Davis, one of the United States immigration officers at New- port, met the train from the west here Thursday evening and took to New port for detention an alien who had entered the United States at Swan ton. Mrs. Herbert NC Johnson of Rapid City, S. D., is visiting Mrs. Martha G. Smith on Summer street. Perley A. Johnson and family of Newport, N. H., stopped hore Friday to see Mrs. Johnson while on route to West Burko. Mrs. T. E. A. Fuller of Piai.. .: !e, Mass., has returned to her home af ter a visit with her sister, Miss Eve lyn Blackburn. well-known St. Johnsbury people, Miss Martin has been at St. Lazarc France, the past year in canteen work. Uolfe Cobleigh, managing editor of " lioston Congregationalist, has h-o j vi-.iting his parents in l.vnrlon 1110 hpnin... The St. Andrew's parish is con ducting a drive to clear up its church debt. It is hoped the coming Faster will find the debt canceled and a K"y i' Mrs. Arthur M. Lang went to Bradford, Friday, to visit relatives and attend the Worthley reunion at Lake Morey, Saturday. She will re main with relatives in Bradford over Sunday. Miss Margaret L. Bailey, who has spent a two months' vacation with her mother and .sister here, returned to her duties with the Congregation al Publishing House in Boston, Fri day. A few of the relatives of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Johnson gathered at their home on Lafayette street Friday eve ning to remind them of their 2"th wedding anniversary and presented them with a purse of silver and a silver mounted carving set. The friends of Mrs. Weston gath ered ui the parlor of the Y. M. C. A. building Wednesday evening and surprised her with a kitchen shower. There were many useful articles. Light refreshments were served. A very enjoyable evening was spent. Miss Elizabeth Galbraith and Wil liam Landry are taking a vacation from the Leach & Waterman store. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Thomas spent the week end in Richford visiting relatives. Mrs. Angio Rcarncy of Woodsville spent the week end in town visiting relatives. Winifred Pauline and Laura Cox were week end visitors in Concord, N. II Orum Stevens of North Danville is in Brightlook hospital for treat ment. Harland Clifford of Greenfield, Mass., was a guest of Mrs. Catherine Oderkirk Saturday. W. B. Eastman is in New York at tending the American Pharmaceuti cal Association. Fred Mayo of Woodsville spent Sunday with his family hero Miss Fanny Smith of Passumpsic visited Mrs. Albert Smith Sunday. A daughter was born Sunday to Mr. and Mrs. Archie D. Wilconib. Mrs. F. C. Sherburne is confined to the house by illness Mrs. Charles Bodettc went to 01- varian, N. II., Monady on business, James T. Lcary and family went Monday to spend their vacation at his old home in Concord, N. H. Robert and Thomas Davis of Lyn don were in St. Johnsbury Monday on business W. H. Stevens has offered his house for sale and is going to Portland to live. R. S. Holland, Alvi Calderwood, Frank Simpson and Theron Calder wood were in Barre Sunday. F. L. Clifford of Boston was in town the week end at Warren Tem ple's. "Billy" Hall has returned from overseas and is stationed at Camp Mcrritt, N. J., awaiting his discharge. Gordon Morrison went to Clare mont, N. II., Monday morning for a few days. Mrs. Leo Menard and Ladis La cioui, who have been visiting here, returned to their homo in Springfield. Jack Richards died Saturday at his home in Conocrd. Funeral will be held Wednesday at 11 o'clock at his homo. Lucian Lacroix, who has bqen in the army in France the past 18 months, has resumond his old posi- tion at the Lougee & Smythe store, Miss Caroline Burbank of Wake field was a week end guest of Mr. and Mrs. Henry A. Bryant on Railroad street. Mrs. Harry Stuart gave a tea Sat-j urday afternoon at her home on Sum mer street to several of the nurses in honor of Miss Mildred Eames who leaves shortly for Phoenix, Arizona. Mr. and Mrs. I. G. Marshall and sr.:rs, Marshall and Lincoln, left , c.i n trip over the Mohawk Trail for a few days' vacation. They will visit their children during their absence. G. B. Woods of Burlington, state manager for Sperry & Hutchinson of trailing stamp fame-, is hero interest ing the St. Johnsbury merchants in taking up trading stamps with their s:drs. As our advertising columns indicate -even local merchants have already joined the movement and others will follow u-j Mr. Woods is able to see them through the week. Floyd W. Holmes is back at work after a two weeks' vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Coucheno are .'pending two weeks in L Avene. Mrs. Harry B. Gordon is in Boston for ten days buying fall goods. Miss Flossie Boutain is confined to the house with the mumps. Wiliiam Gero and family spent Sunday at Miles Pond. .Miss Mario Hcnault is spending th: week in Old Orchard, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Smith were in Barton Sunday. Miss Sadie Hooker is spending a lew days in Burlington. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Campbell spent the week end in Burlington. Miss Genevieve Allman and Hen ry Woods spent Sunday in Lunen burg. Miss Lorelta Allman of Ware, Mass., is visiting her aunt, Mis. Abo Duclos. Miss Ouida Johnson is home from a two weeks' vacation spent in ..ew York and Philadelphia. MVs. Albert Crofts of Watcrhury, Conn., is visiting her brother, James Logan. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stenson and son, Learned are in Sherbrookc for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Amilc Lacroix are rejoicing over the birth of a daugh ter born Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Wilson of Skinner, Maine, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Smith. Miss May Colo of North Danville was the week end guest of Miss Helen Joyce. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Williams arc receiving congratulations over the birth of a daughter born Saturday. Charles Birch has returned from. East Hatley where he has visited his brother, William Birch. Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Randall and Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Eldridgo motor ed to Sherbrooke Sunday. Mrs. Mattie Powers returned Fri day from Old Orchard where she has been for the past three weeks. Miss Mary Turgeon has been as sisting at the E. N. Randall store for a few days. Mrs. Carl Weeks and children spent a few days l last week in Underhill. Mrs. Wesley Blodgctt, Mrs. Frank, and Mrs. Arthur Forsaith of Concord spent Saturday in town. Mrs. .Junie Lyster of Wells River is spending a few days with her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Lyster. Mrs. George Severance of Spring field, Mass., is visiting her parents in town. Mrs. Frank Sherburne is confined to the house with an attack of ap pendicitis. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Bangs and daughter of Lynn, Mass., have boon visiting her sister, Mrs. II. B. Dan iels. Fred Hamell and wife and Miss Dubois of Quebec visited Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Tierney last week. Miss Agnes Walbridge of the Cal edonian office spent the veek end with Miss Ethel Mitchell at the home of Scott Mann in Woods Miss Jcannette Parks, and Floyd Holmes are back at the Lougee & Smythe store after two weeks' va cation. C. D. Hovey and family returned Saturday from a week spent in mo toring thru the delightful scenery of the New England States. Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Morrison are spending the week in Canada and, will visit in Richmond and Sher brookc and attend the -fair. Miss Anne Gulick, the noted pian ist, of Cambridge, Mass., is spending her vacation in town. She is stopping with her aunt, Miss Bertha Wesscl hoeft Swift at 24 Main street. The fall term of St. Johnsbury Academy opens Tuesday, Sept. 2 at !).30 a. m. Students entering for the first time are asked to register on Monday, Sept. 1, between the hours of 0 and 4. Mr. and Mrs. Hoel Hinman and daughter, Thclma, Mrs. R. M. Mc Sweeney and Mr. rtnd Mrs. Arthur Bangs motored to Lake Memphrema gog Sunday and spent the day at Lindsey beach. They returned via Orleans, Barton and Sheffield moun tain and had a rr.ost enjoyable trip. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Turner and son, Keginald, are spending two weeks in camp at Forest Lake, N. H. The public schools will open for the fall term on Monday, Sept. S Miss Bernice Kittredge left Satur day for Richmond Hill, L. I., to make her home with Mrs. John Irwfr. Jack Cowles from Lyndonville is spending a few days! vacation with Theodore Hawkins at Goss Hollow. Mrs. J. K. Herbert of Spring street is spending some time at Brunswick Springs Lodge, North Stratford, N. H. Supt. W. H. Young returned from the superintendents' conference at Randolph Sunday and will spend the remainder of his vacation in St. Johnsbury. Mrs. Thomas Kellcy of Kirby, a sister of Mrs. Elizabeth Sulloway of . Johnsbury died Friday evening. The funeral was held Sunday after noon at 2 o'clock at Mrs. Kclley's late home in Kirby. Mrs. W. B. Pinkhnm of 26 Lafa yette street is spending a few days with Mrs. Jesse Davis on the North Danville road. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Powell are spending a week at Joe's Pond. Miss Lillian Switscr of Washington, 1). C, and Harry B. Powers of Port land, Me., and Miss Laura Suitor of this place will bo their guests, and Miss Carman Hill and Dwight Per kins of Lebanon, N. II., will also spend a few days with them. Mrs. C. L. McCrillis, who has been .'pending some time with her daugh ter, Mrs. John P. Kilbourne at Coat icook, P. O., also a week at Bruns wick Springs Lodge, has returned home, making the trip from Bruns wick in Mr. Kilburn's auto. Mr. Kil burn who is accompanied by his friend, Octave Menard, also of Coati cook, will spend a few days in town. Mr. and Mrs. Lyman S. Brock of Springfield, Mass., are visiting his sister, Mrs. Frank O. French. Mrs. Agnes, wife of Joseph A. La libertc of No. 7 Central street, died Sunday afternoon after a long ill ness. Prof. F. Addison Porter of Bos ton, superintendent of the normal de partment of the New England Con servatory of Music visited two of his former pupils, Miss Maude Brown and Mrs. Jean Goodrich, the past week. There was a slight accident on Railroad street Sunday evening when a New York car ran into a bicycle on which S. Roscoe was riding. The wheel suffered the worst in the acci dent and the New York party called at the police station Monday morning and paid for all damages, leaving word that ho would pay more if the repair bill was higher than was anti cipated. Mrs. Myrtie Corcoran of Boston, who has been visiting her mother, Mrs. L. E. Harris the past four weeks, has returned to her home. Walter Nixon of Richmond, P. Q., who has recently returned home from overseas, spent the week end with his mother, Mrs. Esther Nixon, and sister, Mrs. Lisle Spaulding. Mr. and Mrs. William Jardine, Miss Maude Jardine of Cambridge, Mass., and their friend, Mrs. Gard ner, called on Miss M. E. Hurlburt, Tuesday, on their way to Burlington. Will Allen of Springfield, Mass., is the guest of Alexander Healy. Mrs. Von Mayo Higgins left Tues day for Plymouth on business. Mrs. Ralph Smith is assisting in the Williamson millinery store. Dr. S. A. Jones of Sheffield was here Tuesday on legal business. The Ladies' Aid of the Grace Methodist church will meet Thursday afternoon in the Ladies' parlor. Major John Horton of Hartford, recently with the 10:d Field Artillery is visiting Raymond R. Fisk. Mrs. John Tinker went to Windsor Tuesday to visit her daughter, Mrs. Tom Davidson, a few days. Alexander and Bert Healy are in Sherbrooke this week attending the fair. Mrs. Kate Ruggles went to Union Village Tuesday to visit for a few days. Raymond Blodgott has returned to St. Johnsbury after spending the summer in Bradford. Mrs. Lucy Goss of White Plains, N. Y., was a guest of Mrs. J. C. Tay lor, Monday. Mi and Mrs. Clarence A. Forrest of Boston are spending a couple of weeks in and around St. Johnsbury. Mr. and Mrs. St. Francis and Miss Veta Girad have gone to Montgom ery. Lnona and Ida Fornior left Tues day for Lisbon where they have po sitions. Mrs. Ellen Bishop was in Mclndoes Falls Tuesday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Agustus Pearl. Miss A'gnise Joyce and Miss Marion Carney of Fitzdale visited here Tues day. G. Elbert Gage of West Somer villc, Mass., is visiting his aunt, Miss M. E. Hurlburt and other friends in town. Mrs. James S. Weeks and Mrs. Hattie W. Reed are attending the millinery openings in Boston this week. Mr. and Mrs. Reginald Fisk have returned to Pawtuckct, after a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rob ert S. Fisk. Mr. and Mrs. John Provencal, who have been guests of Mrs. Peter Pro vencal, returned to their home in Claremont, Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Gage of West Somerville, Mass., visited his aunt, Miss Minnie Hurlburt Friday afternoon. C. E. Merrill and family left Tues day for Lowell where they will spend two weeks with Mrs. Merrill's par ents. Morton J. Reed and family with Mr. and Mrs. Joseph R. Reed spent the week end with friends in Sheldon and St. Albans, returning Monday. Mrs. Jessie Downing of Detroit, Mich., and Mrs. Hazel Robinson of Springfield, Mass., who have boon visiting their sister, Mrs . Walter Bewsee, loft Tuesday for Springfield. Mr. and Mrs. Achille Trombley of Towelltown, Me., who have been vis iting in town, returned to their home Tuesday. YOU'LL DO BETTER AT HOME At this season of the year, suffers from hay fever and asthma who can afford to travel are seeking relief at health resorts. Some find it; others do not. Hay fever and asthma vic tims compeled to remain at home will find relief in Foley's Honey and Tar Compound. This standard family re medy allays inflammation, soothes and heals raw and painful bronchial tubes and helps to overcome difficulty in breathing, making sound, refreshing sleep possible. Good for ' coughs, colds, etc. SOLD EVERYWHERE. PASSUMPSIC Surprise Party to Mrs. Richard I Wright I A surprise party was given Mrs. I Richard Wright at Mrs. Fred Con-1 verse's home Friday evening, also a ! surprise by the young tolks lor -Miss Nellie Wright, the occasion being Mrs. Wright's birthday and Miss Nel lie's the coining Sunday. The house was prettily decorated with gilt and silver trimmings and sweet peas. The lawn was trimmed with Japanese lanterns, tables being laid for re- ureshmcnts. Dancing was enjoyed by the young people on the lawn. The birthday cake which was trimmed with as many candles as she was years, old was lighted and cut by Mrs. Wright. Mrs. Wright was pre sented with a little remembrance from r.ll present. Refreshments of cake a id wafers and ice cream were served. Mrs. Converse am Harcld Wood served. Harold Wood had charge of the birthday book. A very pleasant evening was enjoyed, and tlio guests left at an early hour in the morning. Mrs. Stella Carr of Newport wars hero to attend the funeral of Mrs. John Ray, Friday. Mrs. Robert Wright and daughter, Lillian of Lyndonville were hero to attend the birthday party of Mrs. Richard Wright, Friday. C. II. King is in the hospital for an operation. He is as comfortable as can bo expected. Miss Dolly Thyng took a party to Rangeley Lakes, Me., Thursday. Miss Bessie Bennett of East St. Johnsbury is visiting at G. M. Kerr's. The funeral of Mrs. John Ray was held at her late home Friday at two o'clock. Rev. Dr. A. P. Grint of St. Johnsbury officiated. Mrs. Ray has lived in our midst for several years and she will be greatly missed. Mr. Ray has the sympathy of the com munity at largo. The interment will be at Natick, Mass. Besides her hus bund she is survived by her mother, Mrs. Stevens, and three sisters, all of Natick. She was an Episcopal and 4 member of the Rebekahs. Mrs. Arnold who has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. E. P. Little, has returned home. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Doran of Providence are visiting Mrs. Lilla Dow. Mr. and Mrs. George Alherton and daughter, and Miss May Atherton and Mr. Clement of Lowell, Mass., and Mr. Clement of Lowell, and C. were callers at Harold Woods' and C. H. Annis' Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. M. K. Bruce and fam ily have returned homo from their vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Thomas, of Lynn. Mass., arc visiting at B. A. Denio's. Mr. and Mrs. E. F. McGrath of tick, Mass., visited at J. H. Walk's, last week. Lowell T. Haydcn of Boston visit ed at J. D. Thyng's last week. I. G. Marshall of St. Johnsbury oc cupied the pulpit Sunday. Prof. Frank Pierce was a visitor in town laut week. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wright and daughter, Nellie, and Mrs. Fred Converse visited in Lyndon Sunday. George Beard has moved into the Emma Webb tenement. Mr. r.nd Mrs. Charles Bandy have been at Joe's Pond for the past week. 11 'QlaFim b-4li!y I The- r,mi " m Lin: pisLuus. x marine protects your bearings and every moving part against friction and wear. ( Jives a long life to your engine." Polarine is the dependable uniform motor oil for year round use. Huy it where you see Ihe red, white and blue SoCOny sign the sign of "the reliable dealer. STANDARD ' OIL COMPANY OF NEW YORK a :-,.. .--., , ..;. ne. us. ay. off. 1 PRqpurrrs WEST BARNET Mrs. Robert Steele and Mrs Blain visited at Arthur Roy's Geo. Wed- nesilay. Miss Mattie Abbott is visiting Jerry White's. Brock Rollins and Miss Helen Bristol, who have been guests at I tai ling's, cottage returned to their homo in Ginnby, Conn., Sunday. j ,Miss Vera Shields and Miss Mar-1 garet Blair helped Mrs. Elmer Bailey Nwu, m) the last week. . .... , . , Samuel Scott of Lowell, Mass.,1 ol :l t,mp on the 0,t llnk'' '"!a came Saturday night to visit his fam- ternoon at the first community pic ily. ' nic given by the ladies of St. Johns Mr. and Mrs. George Stuart of St. i,u,-y who are interesting themselves Johnsbury are visiting their son, Ham jjn kim, of wo.k ' Rpsil,Ps the ilton Stuart, at their camp. . . . -,-,, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Harvey have ll'il(1,,,'' InskM,P. been camping at Caspian Lake for; Marion Gaiy of Rutland, field seere ..... ii..,...., 1 1 tnrv of the V. W. C. A.. Mrs. K. 1). MS-lla.lv friend' have been carinir for' their home during their absence, Mrs. David Purdy's mother of North Troy is visiting her for an in difinitc lime. Mr. and Mrs. Mcllhaney and Mrs. Mcllhancy's mother from Boston are camping at the Green Birches. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Abbott and daughter, Hazel of Cabot, visited their daughter, Mrs. Goodrich at Green Birches last week. Mr. and Mrs. McKnight of Boston are camping at Edwin Manchester's for two weeks. The Sabbath School picnic of Walter Harvey church was held at Edwin Manchester's Tuesday. A very good crowd was in attendance and Mrs. McKnight gave an address. The church lair new ny tne i.atues Aid Friday was a complete success duo to the efficiency of Mrs. Clara Gammon, who was in charge of it. The affair was largely attended both afternoon and evening. Mr. and Mrs. Vuniad Blake of Danville visited Mr. and Mrs. Charles Roy Friday and Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Hoyt of Lowell, Mass., are visiting Mr. and Mrs. I'aul Morrison for a few days. Miss Thressa Blain was a week end guest of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Thurs ton at Bicker's Mills. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Caldwell, Mrs. James Caldwell, Mrs. Alex Roy, Leonard Brock and Walter Brock wen in St. Johnsbury Thursday. BRADFORD Corp. Fred Jacobs has received his discharge and returned homo, after having been in France and Germany over six months. Bert Eaton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred J. Eaton, was struck by a south bound freight train near the Pier mont station and instantly killed last Friday, Aug. 15. lie was returning home after having served overseas in the army. A military funeral was held in the Methodist church Sunday afternoon. Clement Kinghorn is working at the Wynona Camp at Lake Morey. Fred L. Worthley has finished work at the Veneer Mill and is now working at the Farmers' Exchange. Wife anJ Husband's Money. It has been upheld In the courts thnt n womiin cannot steal from, her husband If they nre living together. Truck1 Driver's Experience "Lisleii" said the driver of t lie big heavy dutv truck, "nothing will put 'a truck in the shops quicker or ol'tencr than using a lot of trick lubricating oils. "CJive me Polarine every time there' a m good high qiudity oil, which, if you regulate it properly, is the right oil for any car. Keeps compression tight and puts every ounce of Twin,..!. tw.l.:.wl 1... n i tOMMUMTY . PICNIC SUCCESS t Nearly One Hundred Girls Have a Merry Time at the Golf Links , 15u',litt :ln'' M'ss K1Ipi1 a" of 1 Rutland, were nresent and helned in I the games and social service. There j was a very clever arrangement pro vided hy the committee in charge of ;the airair to get everybody acquaint ! oil with each other and after a little j visiting the program of stunts was given. First came a peanut pass in j which all the girls participated, fol- lowed by the standing high jump. Iho relay bean bag race and the chariot race were participated in by groups of girls anil six young ladies participated in the bean dropping contest. The vocal high jump, us its name indicates, was a test of the lungs and this was followed by the standing broad jump. Nine girls fig ured in the "Johnny Jump Ups" and groups ol inrce girls took part in the ,,otato ..,, .... a whistling eon to;t wa! fiowe, j,y marshmallow race, the latter furnishing the most sport of the entire afternoon. The sports closed with n peanut hunt in which all the girls joined. Ice cream cones were served at the supper hour and all joined in the pic nic supper above the golf house. The committee having the affair in charge were Miss Grace Rouse, Chairman, Miss Helen C. Stevens, Mrs. J. H. Brooks, Miss Bridget Rooney, Miss Phebo Scott, Mrs. C. F. Goodall and Mrs. Arthur F. Stone. Miss Sadie Cameron also assisted the committee. Miss Inskeep, recrea tional director, tame here to take charge of the sports and contributed much to its success. LANDED A BIG FISH Milton L. Julian, bookkeeper at the Passumpsic Savings bank who is now on a vacation, has good reason to be proud of his luck while fishing in Caspian lake where he spent part of his vacation. He caught while there the largest trout that has been taken out of these waters for many a day after a gamy fight of nearly 30 minutes. The fish weighed 11 pounds and measured 31 inches. Mr. and Mrs. Julian are now visiting his par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Bennett Julian, in Barre. Well Named. "The convicts who escaped went through this window, where the bare are filed." "Then If iho jail had only been the post office, thnt would hnve been the eenend delivery window." and ttw mxMi bl CawNnv K,Dj)NYm STANDARD Bit CO. OFRt I J ft if A. 'i- ., T t i A.