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THE WEEKLY CALEDONIAN, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 27, 1919 LYNDON VILLE The Redpath Chautauqua ends to morrow with an unusually fine pro gram. The daily programs have been a delight to the large audiences which have attended. Sunday there was a union service in the Chautauqua tent and an ad dress was given by Ralph B. Den nis, assisted by Miss Betty Schulcen " at the piano and Wyert Moon- flu tist. The program for tomorrow is: 9.00 a. m., Pageant by Junior Chautauqua. 2.30 p. m., Lecture, "The Win ning Man," H. L. Fogleman, Busi ness expert. Lecture especially foi business man and their employees. 8.00 p. m., Lecture "Torpedo Wit') Ears," Montraville Wood, Scientist and inventor." Scientific exhibition with wonderful experiments. Mr. and Mrs. E. Mackay of rcacn- am have been recent visitors in town making arrangements for then daughter to enter Lyndon Center In stitute this fall. Dr. I). J. Sheehan has returnee from across the seas and has recciv rd his honorable discharge from duty He was a practising physician in tin nlacc when he enlisted. He expect to locate in North Troy when he will resume his practice. Mrs. William Bradley has return pH from Peacham where she has been visiting relatives. Ruth Ranger, who has been stile ping with her aunt, Mrs. Ella Paige, for several days, returned to hei home in Providence, R. I., Friday. Joe Morrison is moving from the tenement of John Bassett into Jor-i. Cnnniiwav s tenement on Main street. Mr. and Mrs. W. Henry of Bostj.. are guests of Mrs. Philo nd son " Henry Graves. Robert and Edd. McVicar are vis iting their sisters, Mrs. Mary Flan ders and Mrs. Theodore Parker and other relatives. Miss Roancy Parker of East Burke is here with her brother's family, Ed. P&rlcer Mrs. I. B. Hutchinosn of Stanstca 1 P. Q.f s a guest of Mrs. Clarenc Hubbard. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Dow of Dan ville are visiting her brother, Wilbui Sherburne, and attending the Chau tauqua. . Everyone is glad to see" the fami- liar figure of our librarian, Mi- Elizabeth Hills, on the streets agaii She has returned from her vacation. Harold St. Louis of Greensboro i. visiting his brother, C. H. St. Louis. Flora Barber is taking a vacation from her work in E. J. BlodgcttV store. ' . . Mr. and Mrs. T. V. Blaisilell were week end visitors in their cottage a Stone Pond. Marjorie Ruggles of St. Johnsbury Center has been a guest of he friend, Doris Hovey, the past week Bernice Batchelder of West Burk( who has been working for Mrs. Jen niV Webster, has got through and gone to work for her sister. M. E. Daniels has returned from Randolph where he has been attend ing a superintendents meeting thr past W66l. Carroll W. Gleason and Miss Agnes H. Ellsworth were married Saturday night at the pargonage of the Grace M. E. church by the Rev. George A. Martin. The bride wore a traveling suit. There is a largo attendance daily at-the Chautauqua. The program for Monday, the fifth day, is: 9.00 a. m., Junior Chautauqua. 2.30 p. m., Lecture, "Russia and the Bolsheviki," by Ralph B. Dennis, ,U. S. Consul at Moscow during the Rev olution. 8.00 p. m., Play, "It Pays to Ad vertise," the great American farce comedy, with W. J. Keighley, Jean Brae and eight others. Miss Martha Farrington and hei mother have been visiting in Orleans Mrs. Mabel Barron of Lyme, N. H., is visiting her brother, John Nor ris. Mrs. Ronald Bell and daughter. Jennie, are in Inverness, P. Q., with relatives. Mrs. Addie Hutchinson Shcrlow of Bradford is with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nickcrson, for a short visit. Carrie Marshall of West Burke is a guest of Mrs. H. H. Isherwood. Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Huntley, Mrs. Charles Willoughby and Sybil Bar ber were in East Concord recently calling on relatives. Harold Warren of Woodsville visiting his aunt's, Mrs. Charles Wil loughby and Mrs. L. T. Huntley. Rev. E. G. French of Danville if calling on friends in town. Mr. and Mrs. William Watermar and daughter, Marion, of Somerville Mass., are visiting her sister, Mrs Ora Drew. Mildred Hanscom of Yonkers i visiting at C. M. Darling's. Miss Helen Donahue of Manches ter, N. H., was a reecnt visitor at G. F. Ferguson's. Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Ferguson anr Dr. and Mrs. G. A. Ferguson return ed Saturday from Old Orchawkwhorf they enjoyed a week's vacation. WEST WATERFORD W. T. Park's' mother from St. Johnsbury visited them last week. G. W. Hovey is re-shingling his corn barn. Gilbert Lemcre is cutting hay on the Gagne place known as the R. W. Remick farm. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Chandler on August 22. The electric storm Sunday was very hard with some hail. ST. JOHNSBURY CENTER Mrs. Harry Derrick and daughter, Hazel, of Hartford, Conn., are visit ing at Dr. Stiles'. Mr. and Mrs. P. P.i Prescott are visiting their sister in Laconia, N. H. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bonzey are spending a lew days in Boston. Mrs. Ethel Ries of Brooklyn, N Y., is visiting her sister, Mr.. Bene diet. Maude Benedict has returned home from Bane where she has been vis iting. Bert Farnham and family and Miss Charlotte McLaughlin returned home from Boston Wednesday eve ning Mrs. Ella Simpson has returned home after spending a few days with her son, Perlcy Simpson, of Lyndon ville. Master Warren Brown Massey, who has been with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. K. M. Massey for sev eral days past, is with his grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. B.. Brown Mrs. J. T. Blighty of Turners Falls, Mass., who is visiting her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Brown, was also a guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Massey, Wednesday and Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Woodward and three children, Mr. and Mrs. Chauncey Massey and Mr. and Mrs. E. Maynard Massey, all of St. Johns bury have visited their parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Massey, also Archie Massey of Hyde Park, Mass., this week. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hall, Mr. and Mrs. Will Henderson and Mrs. Mar shall Fay attended Pomona Grange at North Danville Wednesday eve ning. Mrs. Lura Hutchinson of Stan stead, P. Q., spent Friday with hei parents, Mr. and Mrs. Delos Bacon. Archie Massey started for his home in Hyde Park, Mass., Friday norning, Aug. 22. He will stop at Springfield and visit his brother, Wendell Massey, also spend Sunday with her sister, Mrs. Helen Gee of Putney. Mrs. Charles Bennett is visiting ler daughter, Mrs. Daisy Simpson of Worcester, Mass., for several days. Mrs. Ella Simpson is visiting her brother, John Blake, of Sheffield foi a few days. Mr. and Mrs. John Lewis and three children are at Caspian Lake for a week. James Pringle of Concord, N. H.. was an over Sunday guest of his par ents, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Pringle. Mrs. Sarah Sargent who formerly lived here, has been visiting Mrs. Ez ra Learned, and calling on other friends. She returned Saturday to Springfield, Mass., where she lives with her daughter, Mrs. George Wright. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Perham, Mrs. Lydia Allen, Mrs. George Whipple and Harold Whipple of Lyndon Cen ter were recent callers at Mrs. Eliza Allen's. Mrs. A. N. Drew of St. Johnsbury was Mrs. Allen's guest Friday. George Wheeler of East Burke is visiting his son, Harry Wheeler. Mr. and Mrs. Irving Woodruff .who liave been visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. I). Q. Woodruff, started Thursday for their home in Wash ington. ' Mrs. N. A. Switscr and Mrs. Ad Jie Page spent the day last Tuesday with Mrs. Brockway at West Burke. At present Mrs. Switser is visiting friends in Lunenburg. Joseph Jock visited his daughter, Mrs. Fred Bennett, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Goslant of St. Johns bury visited her sister, Mrs. Bennett; the same day. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Currier jol Concord and her brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Wheaton and daughter, Eleanor, called on Harlcy lei ts Sunday evening. They were making their return trip from Brownington where they had spent the week end with another sister, Mrs. O. W. Grow. Mr. Wheaton has recently returned from overseas and will be remembered here as our form er local Strout Farm agent. Harley Roberts spent Sunday af ternoon in Wells River. His mother. Mrs. V. E. Roberts and his sisters. Veora and Vclma, of East Burke re turned home with him. Archie Colbath has started across the continent on business. Morris Page of East St. Johnsbury has moved to the place he recently purchased of Mrs. Wilson. Henry Gallagher has been very il. for the past few days with throat ..rouble, but at the present writing he is much better. Raymond Swasey had an operation for adenoids and tonsils one day last week. Mrs. Francis Lyrcll and daughtei of Claremont, N. H., and Mrs. Esta brooks of Sutton visited at Will Roberts' last week. Beulah Gregory of St Johnsburj visited at Frank Brewer's over th( week end. i Mrs. Lewis Menut of Lyndonvillc called on friends Tuesday. James Coates of New Brighton Conn., has been visiting at Herbert Coates. He returned home Satur day. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Campbell ol Sherbrooke are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Davis. Mrs. Jennie Forsythe and son, Will, Forsythe, are going to Man chester, N. H., Thursday for a visit. Richard Roberts has been discharg ed from Camp Upton, N. Y., and is at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Roberts. Miss Kathleen Chaffee, who has been in Lowell, Mass., for a few weeks is expected home Thursday. Her sister, Mrs. Madeline Prescott, will return with her to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Chaffee. Miss Mildred Berry spent Saturday j with her sister, Mrs. Newell, in St. Johnsbury. Gilbert Hill and his sister and a friend of Hardwick visited their sis ter, Mrs. Glen Ayer, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. James Craig and children of West Danville, Mrs. Bes sie Howe of Hampton, N. H., were callers at W. F. Powers' Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Spinney of Lynn, Mass., "are visiting his mother, Mrs. Uallie Spinney. Mrs. Charles Bonnett is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Daisy Simpson. ST. JOHNSBURY EAST Mrs. Walter Metz and children of Wayne, Pa., are visiting her sifter, Mrs. Win. McLochlin. O. R. Wallace has bought a spring of water of E. R. Cushman and has the pipe laid to his house and barn. The young people who went to Miles Pond camping returned Satur day and report a good time. H. A. Stanley of Santermardio, Cal., is in town on business. He has sold his wood lot in Kirby to T. W. Croteau. Mrs. George Moore and daughter from Lancaster, N. H., are visiting her brother, C. J. Wark. Mrs. Chas. Owens is on the sick list. The many friends of Jock Richards of Concord will be sorry to learn of his death at Concord on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Cushman have been spending the week at Portland, Me. We arc very glad to see Mrs. B. K Graves out to the dinner at tne cnurcn on Thursday. Congressman Kendall of California was a visitor at Sunny hiope r arm this last week. Mr. Newlin went back with him as far as Crawford Notch. Chas. Burke and family motored to Canada to visit old friends on Thurs- lay, returning Saturday. Karl Smith, who has been visiting his aunt, Mrs. S. L. Grant, returned to his home in Bangor, Me., last Fri day. Rev. J. N. Perrin is in Berlin vis iting relatives. H. S. Bridges has been in Stowe studying the cheese making business. Mrs. Myrtie Hutchinson of Wilder Is viisting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Bugbee. Elery Bugbee of Franklin, N. II. , is visiting his brother, Ed. Bugbee. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon ot Spnngiieia have arrived at their new home here in the village. Their goods comini! Snrincficld. Mass., by auto truck. Mrs. Clarence Temple is quite r.ick. LYNDON Prof. James F. Smith, who has been here with his family a short .ime. left Thursday for Attleboro, Vlass., where she is to teach the com ing year. Mrs. Smith and son, Jus ine, will go soon and also Mrs. 'C. C. Trull. During the absence of Rev. E. W. Sturtevant at Riverside camp -meeting, the ladies aid and the men's class jf the Metodist church improved the rime to irive the vestry floor two coats of paint and painted the par ;onage barn. Mrs. Churlcs Bullis and Mrs. Hon ira Wilmarth arrived Tuesday at ;heir home here, but will only stay '.wo or three weeks before returning to Springfield, Mass., as the summer s so nearly gone. Mrs. E. O. Holloway and son, David, went Wednesday night to Bos Ion for a short visit. Mrs. R. M. Wilcomb and son and laughter of Springfield, have been visiting relatives here and returned home Thursday. Quite a good number of our peo ple are attending the Chautauqua at Lyndonville. ORLEANS Mrs. Frank Churchill is spending some time with friends in Hardwick ind Hyde Park. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Wilson and daughter, Marion, have returned from an extended trip through the itate and Massachusetts. A. I). Beede spent Sunday in town. He was accompanied to Bur lington by Mr. and Mrs. Sageman, who will spend a week in the city. A large crowd fro this place at tended "Pinafore" at Newport Sat-j' urday evening and pronounced it fine. Mrs. Fred Scott and son from Michigan who have been visiting at Bert Scott s have returned home, The funeral of Reynold Grant who nas killed Friday morning was larger ly attended at the Congregational ;hurch Sunday atternoon. Mr. Ham ilton had charge of the services and burial was in Pleasant View ceme tery, v Dr. Allen of St. Johnsbury was oMafter a long and painfu, nlness. The the hospital on Monday where jfe performed an operation. Dr. J. B. Cushman who has been at the hospital for three weeks has so much improved as to be able to ride out. Mr. and Mrs. Deering of the At lantic & Pacific store were in St. Johnsbury on Sunday. Professor Hall of Bryant & btrat-, ton's Business school, Boston, has joined his family at Mrs. E. H. Lo .hrop's for a vacation. The Misses Mildred and Virginia Hanscom are visiting at H. E. Fol som's in Lyndonville. ' Kenneth Perley of Rumford, Me., is spending a tw oweeks' vacation in town and St. Johnsbury. CONCORD Mrs. Cyrus Lewis and daughter, Vivian, are in Suncook, N. H., guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Cutting. Mrs. Helen P. Bonnett has been spending a short time at Joe's Pond. Miss Hazel Blodgett of Stratford, N. H., is a guest at the home of her uncle, W. D. Blodgett. Mrs. George Howard went Friday to Bradford to attend the Worthley reunion and visit relatives Mr. and Mrs. George Parris and daughter, Arline, of Lebanon, N. II wre guests for a few days ol M and Mrs. 1). H. Morton and Mrs. Nel lie C. Parris. Sybil Howland returned Saturday from Old Orchard, Me., where has been spending a short time. she Mrs. Howard Day is visiting rela tives in Lowell, Mass., her two chil dren Howard and Ruth, are at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Lunnie. Paul J. Lillicrap has finished work at St. Johnsbury, Visitors in St. Johnsbury the las' week included Mrs. F. M. Cobleigh Mrs Charles Rook, Mrs. J. R. Rah ton, E. C. Lewis, Mrs. W. D. Blod gett, Mrs. H. A. Tilton, J? rank Til ton, Clarence Lillicrap, Mrs. 1'. r Hastings. Thaddeus v heaton, who has re turned from overseas, is with Mr Wheaton at the homo of his sister Mrs. Harry Currier. George Proctor is visiting at F. L, Carpenter's Charles Morgan, who has been quite ill, is more comfortable. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Miltimore with Dr. and Mrs. II. II. Miltimore and children of St. Johnsbury, have gone to Scottsmore, P. Q., to attend a re union of the Miltimore family. Miss Genevieve Sargent was f guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Richards in Kirby, Saturday. C. A. Noves is confined to the house bv illness. Mrs. A. D. Forsaith and Mrs. Frank Forsaith spent Saturday with St Johnsbury friends. Services will be resumed at the Uni versalis! church next Sunday, Aug ust 31. Mrs. Clara Burt who has been f guest of Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Burt, has returned home, Monday Misses Nellie and Jennie Uanney with their brother, Natlian IL, and nephew, Bliss N. Ranney, motored to the Flume and Lost River Mrs. Helen Burroughs, Mrs. Lelia Pepeo, Misses Nellie and Jennie Ran ney, Nathan H. Ranney, Bliss N. Ran ney, Mrs. Elmer Reed, Mrs. 1). J, Lunnie, Ruth Day, Mary Reed, at tended Old Home Day at East St, Johnsbury Thursday. W. N .Gould of Lisbon, N. IL, Ev erett Gould of Concord, N. H., Fmnk Davis of Worcester, Mass., Mrs, Booker and Mr. Friend of Passump- sic were guests' of friends in town Friday. Nathan .A. Ranney and Bliss M. Rannev returned to their home in Rockland, Mass., Thursday. Miss Florece Ranney has gone to Willoughby, Ohio, to visit her sister, Mrs. George Cross for some time. She was accompanied by Fred Ben nett and sister to their home in the west. Miss Helen Reed is taking a vaca tion from her work at the N. E. telephone office. Mr. and Mrs. Earl C. Lewis" and children, Garland and Vclma, left Monday for Davenport, Iowa, where Mr. Lewis will enter the Palmer" school of Chiropractics to take a course. Mr. and Mrs. W. C .Lewis of Lit tleton, N. II., were at their mother's, Mrs. L. M. Lewis, Sunday. George D. Carlton of St. Johnsbury was in town Saturday. Charles D. Stanley has rented E. C. Lewis' house and will move there soon. Miss Marion Hastings is visiting her grandmother, Mrs. Morrison Hastings. Mrs. Fanny D. Cutting is at the home of Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Cutting for a few days before going to Wat erbury to visit her son, Harry N. Cutting. M. M. Tatro has returned from Chicago. Mrs. Mary Cutting has returned to St. Johnsbury. Melvin C. Cutting, Raymond Doug las and Ralph Reed were home from their work in St. Johnsbury over Sun day. Mrs. Eli Ash of North Concord visited Mrs. Rob Ash the last of the week. Mrs. Harrv Brown and little dau- ghter, Ellen, who have been guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Lee, returned Thursday to their homo in Hartford, Conn. Miss Elsie King of Boston visited here the last of the week. F. X. Richards passed away at his home here, Saturday afternoon at 2.30 funeral will be held from the home at 11.00 a. m., Wednesday. F. F. Reed of St. Johnsbury was in town Sunday. Haven Blodgett of Stratford, N. H., is with his brother, W. D. Blodgett, for a time. Miss Flora Williams of Waterford and Miss Lena Williams of St. Johns bury are spending their vacation with their parents, Mr. and Mr. William Williams. Harland Clifford, of Greenfield, Mass., is visiting at F. J. Spauldings's Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Spaulding are visiting in Maine. Richard Southworth is ill from ty phoid fever. S. F. Cutting returned to his work in Lisbon, N. II., Saturday. Mildred Bradshaw, who has spent the summer with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. .A. Bradshaw, returns to New York this week. Mrs. F. D. Cutting of Concord, N. H., visited at the Bradshaw home the first of the week. Mis. Jennie Mooncy, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Mooney and daughter, Marguer ite, Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Bond of St. Johnsbury, are spending some lime at the "Glenvcra bluutow Lake. Mrs. G. B. French has returned to "Princes Cottage." Mr. and Mrs. Bert Spencer and family spent Saturday at Shadow Lake. Miss Marjory B. Corbett and Al fred W. Cooler, discharged from ser vice overseas, Aviation and Army Oc cupation, of Lynn, Mass., are at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Laundry. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Dumont of Au burn, Me., with their sons are visiting Mrs. Dumont's sister, Mrs. Alfred Goodrealut, coming by auto. Ernest Bouchard of Hartford, Ct., is at the home of Alfred Goodreault, returning this week with Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Goodreault and Mr. and! Mrs. Philip Dumont motored Satur day to Barrc to visit Mrs. Geogiana Dublios. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Blood of Lun enburg, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Gray, Mrs. Warren Temple, Mrs. Lena Nichols of St. Johnsbury, Mrs. Nellie Clifford of Long Branch, R. I., Mrs. Luvia Ladd of St. Johnsbury, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Moore of St. Johns bury have been at Charles Morgan's the past week. Mrs. Herman James and two chil dren of Bellows Falls and Mrs. Flor ence Dodge of Lunenburg have re turned to their homes after spending some time at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Morgan. Miss Mabel Hastings of Concord, N. H., is a guest of Mr. and Mrs. George Hastings. Mrs. Clarence Cutting spent Thurs- Iay with her aunt, Mrs. F. E. Mat thews in Groveton, N. II. Richard Soulhworth went to Bright look hospital Sunday. Schools in town open Tuesday, Sept. 2, with the following teachers. Principal Concord Junior High, Ken neth Allen, White River Junction; Intermediate, J. M. S., Mrs. Katherine Chaplin; Primary, Louisa M. Chap man; Concord Corner, Miss Florence Hodgden; North Concord, Mrs. Clau dia Twiss, Wolcott; Texas, Miss Ara bella Lord of Masachusetts, Brook, Miss Edith Butler; Duxbury Castle, Miss Genevieve Sargent; Miles Pond, Mrs. Mary Rogers. Mrs. P. S. Woodbury is visiting her parents in Duxbury. Lorctta DeForge of Burlington, who is charged with breaking her period of probation, was recommitted to the Vermont industrial school to eniain until she retains her majority, which will be Nov. 25, 1921. BE PREPARED FOR VACATION ILLS 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 pani, griping or nausea. They have no costive after effects and do not encourage the pill habit. They are a ne, wholesome, physic nothing else. SOLD EVERYWHERE. STUNTS IN AIR STUNTS ON TRACK STUNTS ON MIDWAY A Week of Thrills AT THE Every day of the Fair Lieut. "Jack" Lynch will give the most daring exhibitions of flying in his I powerful biplane. Cattle Exhibit Famous as a stock show, this department will reveal the advance Vermont has made as well as showing the best cattle from other states. The Horse Exhibit will be extensive, showing all breeds, and including the biggest show of the Morgan horse. Motor Cycle Races on Friday, September 12 The fast riders from Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Vermont have entered. Don't miss this big feat ure the last day of the fair. State Fair Premium books may be had by writing i FRED L. DAVIS, Secretary, White River Junction, Vermont WEST NEWBURY At a church meeting held Aug. 21, it was voted to build a new parson age and .1. W. Layton, J. B. ('. Tyler and . S. Tucker were elected build ing committee An entertainment for the benefit of the new parsonage is to be given in the hall, Friday, Aug. 2!. A male quartette, a mixed quartette, several readings, and a play in pantomime, promises an excellent program. Mrs. Koeppel and her daughter, Miss Blodgett, are visiting at Jonas ! 'i'i,.,..'o Miss Belle Prescott and Miss Ber tha Gilmorc are being entertained at A. A. Carlton's. S. .1. Stevens is improving his house by adding a dormer window to the south side of the ell. Mrs. Kearen with Audrey and Walter Kearen and Mrs. Crocl.well with her son, Warren, all from Mel rose, Mass., have been sepnding a tow days at J. H. Rowland's. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Osborn with ) Lawrence and Norman came Monday to Mrs. Osborn's old home at E. E. l'utnam s S. F. Putnam was happily remind - cd of his birthday, Monday, when a large company of his friends gather ed to spend a pleasant evening in his genial home. Mr. ami Mrs. Thrasher and little son spent the week end at J. W. Lay ton's. Mrs. Maria McLeod, Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Tucker and Hcrmon Webber motored to iWlder Saturday and Mrs. McLeod remained to visit her niece. Russell Tyler is making good re covery at Hanover hospital. Many from here have called on him during the past week. SUTTON Vanna and Frances Green of East Burke arc visiting their uncle.. B. W. Green. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Watr.on spent the week end with friends in Or leans. Mrs. F. A. Holmes is in Lyndon villc attending the Chautauqua. Fred Taylor and sons, of Orange, Paul and Wallace of Peacham were Sunday visitors at the home of Miss Sadie Blake. Lawrence Facteau is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Napoleon Fac teau. Mrs. V. A. Densmoro of Lyndon ville has been visiting' her niece, Mrs. C. A. Aldrich. Mr. and Mr.-;. James Craig and lit tle daughter and Mrs. Addie Craig of Peacham are visiting Miss Sadie Blake. Mrs. All.hea Thayer of St. Johns bury is visiting at Corydon Parker's.' Mr. and Mrs. Ercil Hodge have a: little daughter, born Aug. 21. The Whipple and Forbes schools opened August 25th. All other schools in town open Sept. 2. The Swedish Lutheran church in Brattleboro observed its 25th anni versary last week. m c" sfcBviiS"w,iii to, i m WHITE RIVER JUNQION -SEPT- 9 -101H2 i.TC ZTTrKV VIS IN USE FOR MORE THAN 40 YEARS A Tried and Proven Remedy for ASTHMA AND HAY FEVER Two Sizes, 25c and $1.00. If ytur dtalr (aniul tufth )" unit iirtct It Northrop & Lyman Co. Inc., Buffalo, N.Y. Free lunpU on request. LOW ICR WATERFORD Mr. and Mr Miles Drown of New York City were at F. C. Bullock's recently. Mr. ami Mis. Allan Carpenter of Somerville, Mass., hip passing a few days at their old home. Mrs. Wilbur Abbott and son, For rest of Ncwburypoit, Mass., were recent guests of Mrs. Charles Hem ingway. Miss Bessie Wright is visiting her sister in Lyndonville. Clarence Morrison was a week end guest at his home . i Mrs. Elsie Goodwin and small son and sister, Edith Orrutt are visiting at C. L. Hemingway's. Mrs. George Foster of Somerville, Mass., is visiting Mrs. Jesse Carle ton. Dr. Plynn Bolton of Stillwater, N. Y., and party were callers at R. C. Hemingway's on Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Bullock and Miss Gertrude Ryan were in Cabot on Thursday. Charles Morrison is doing some re- ) P'r woik on the schoolhouse. Work on the slate road is finish- cd. Mrs. J. A. Moult on has returned after an extended business visit to Full River, Mass. Mr. and Mrs. Moulton are to occupy the tenement in Glenn Hemingway's house for the winter. Harold Morrison is spending a short furlough at his home. He is, stationed at Newport, li. I. Rev. II. II. Witham and wife of Bradford, Pa., and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Witham and daughter of Nashua, N. IL, were recent guests of E. I. Williams'. A lawn party was held Wednesday evening at, the home of Mrs. E. R. Goss for the benefit of the Ladies' Aid society. Ice cream and cake were sold. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Clay have re-1 turned after an extended visit to Havcrill, Mass. Mr. and Mrs. Herman DeCateur of Lowell, Mass., are visiting Chas. Wheeler. Miss Gertrude Ryan has returned home after spending several days at H. II. Bullock's. An automobile accident occured on. Friday when a Ford car in going round the sharp curve near the hotel, on the road to Littleton tipped over. The car was going at a rapid speed when the accident occured. The oc cupants were shaken up and bruised but not severely. The car was wrecked considerably. No church services will be held for two or three Sundays while Rev. E. K. Grant is taking a vacation. , Grasshoppers, which have been do ing a great amount of damage in the country districts about Middlebury, have now at tacked the gardens in the village itself. Everything green in the way of vegetable life is being eaten by the pest, which is the worst of the kind in that section for many years. Wednesday and Thursday evenings, with grounds brilliantly light5d, there will be Night Carnival with the Midway in full swing. Trotting Every day big track events with some of the best trotters of the season. Liberal purses. Two Bands will furnish music throughout the four days of th fair. :jl A MM.