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KTGEPOUR 1 THE WEEKLY CALEDONIAN, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1913 LYNDONVILLE Miss Minnie Cusson has been visit ing relatives in Montreal for a few days. Louis Shonyo was in Barton on business the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Wood are in Boston thin week. While there they will pack their household goods and this winter will have rooms in Mrs. J. W, Copeland's house on Main street. Henry Graces and mother, Mrs. Philo Graves are to move from their tenement to the upstairs tenement in W. C. Way's tenement house on Main street. Mrs. A very Bigelow of Lyndon has been visiting her friend, Mrs. Delia Bean, a few days. Mrs. Ernest Shepherd of Passum psic has rooms in Dr. Cheney's house. Mrs. A. I. Bean is in St. Johnsbury helping to care for .her niece who is very ill. Mr. and Mrs. George Gray are on an auto trip to Boston in their now Essex car. Mrs. Frank Fisher of Wolcott is visiting her son, George Fisher. Mrs. Charles Lewsey and daugh ter, Edith, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Herman Chapman in Sutton for a few days. Mrs. Whitney and daughter, Dorir:, of St. Johnsbury were guests of Mrs. Addie Clement this week. Mrs. William Meserve has been ill for several weeks suffering from a very large goiter on her neck. Mr3 Stphen Kelley and son of St. Albans are visiting Mrs. Kel ey's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Aldrich, for a week. Mrs. Lillian Chase and daughter, Ethelyn who have been spending sev eral weeks with Mrs. O. G. Chase aid Mrs. Byron Morrison, have returned to their home in Manchester, N. H., where Miss Ethelynd is to finish lur two months' studies in a business college. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel A. Mitchell visited their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mitchell in Sheffield the firs; of the week. Miss Minnie Stannard of Orleans was in town with friends the first of the week. J. P." Webster visited Mr. and Mr?. Erastus Hallett at St. Johnsbury Center this week. Mrs. Irving Hutchinson of Stan stead, P. Q., recently visited relatives here. The Woman's Foreign Missionary society held a very interesting meet ing with Mrs. Carrie Mcllarg l.i..t Tuesday afternoon. Charles Elwin of Buffalo was in town on business last week. Mrs. J. Gray has returned from Sheffield where she has been vi !;t ing her daughter, Mrs. Bessie lar. dall. A number of the young friends ot Miss Verna Aldrich gave her a shower Thursday evening in honor of her coming marriage to Captain Earl Lang who recently returned from overseas. The shower was giv en at the homo of her parents and was a complete surprise to Miss Al drich. She received many very nice and useful gifts. Nice refreshments were served and all joined in wishing her many, many happy years of har piness and prosperity. Mr anc&Mrs. G. M. Campbell, Jr., of Springfield are visiting relatives in town. ' Dr. H. M. Smith is in Boston. Mrs. George Goodrow of Wheelock is here calling on old friends en route to her new home in Newport. Percy Greenslach and family have returned from a delightful trip to Maine. Mrs. Philo Graves has sold her four tenement house on Main street to W. C. Way for $10,000. Possession given at once. Arthur Emery has sold his place on North Main street to A. N. Perkins. So many changes are being made in real estate these days in Lyndonville that one hardly knows where to look for people. , Charles Stevens has sold his Chevrolet-Sedan. Mrs. W. S. Willard, who has been at E. L. Wells for the summer has returned to Massachusetts. Mrs. J. W. Spencer, Mrs. Bertha Farrington, Mrs. A. J. Corriveau, Mrs. Delia McDuffee, Edith Lewsey, Maud Laveley, were among the visitors' at St. Johnsbury Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Kennedy who have been at Hotel Lyndon for a month, have returned to their home in Hartford, Conn. Harry Neagle has gone to Chicago to visit an uncle. , Mrs. C. L. Staccy and Mrs. Helen Bonnett of Concord were at A. J. Corriveau's Thursday. E. W. Bunker of Lyndon Center is moving Wto John Bassett's tenement on North Main, street. Mrs. Fred Gorham and daughter of Newbury are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Gorham and Mrs. Mar ion Musty for a week. C. A. Lewsey spent the week end with relatives in Sutton. Miss Mary Herbert visited relativ es In St. Johnsbury this week. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Merrill of De troit, Mich., are visiting their moth er, Mrs. Mary Brown and sister, Mrs. S. A. Mitchell for a few weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Seldon Bickford of Washington, D. C, are guests of their cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Colby, for a few days. Ralph Gray returned the first of the week from Sheffield where he has been spending two weeks with rela tives. . , Miss Maude1 Laveley is at St. Johnsbury with her mother, who is ill in the hospital. Effort is being made to entirely wipe out the small remaining debt on the Methodist parsonage. A good sum has already been raised and it is hoped that the debt may be wipeu out this fall. All are glad to see Ilev. Mr. Sim mons, a former Universalist pastor here on our streets again, also Mrs. Simmons and the little ones. M. E. Swiizer and I'oy Bennett of Mclndoes were business visitors here this week. Franklin Dennison, son of Mrs. Nellie Dennison and Ava, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John .Stafford of this place, were married at St. Johnsbury Wednesday evening, Sept. 3, by Rev. G. A. Martin. Best wish es to thes e young people. Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Wood have been entertaining Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Haskett of Palestine, 111., for a few days. Mrs. A. L. Guthrie of Mclndoes has been visiting her sister, Mrs. George heeler. Dr. and Mrs. Shcchnn who have been visiting Mrs. Joseph Neagle have gone to North Troy where he will locate. Dr. Clcon Colby who has been so critically ill for several weeks, is gaining very slowly. Mrs. Kalhcrine Marstcrs who has bfen spending the summer with her uncle, T. N. Vail, has returned to her home in Morristown, N. J. Miss Meryl Perkins has been vis iting friends in Boston. W. R. Cheney of Melrose has been visiting his brother, Dr. A. A. Chen eny the past week. Mrs. Dora Ferguson visited her sister, Mrs. Guy Hawlcy, at St. Johnsbury last week. Miss Carrie Marshall spent Sunday with friends at West Burke. Joseph Bcdard, Sr., and John Bc durd and bride visited their daugh ter and sister at Waterville, Me., the past week. Mrs. Dr. Edwin Parker of India visited her cousins, Mr. and Mrs. II. L. Parker last week. Mrs. Roland Towne is visiting friends in Morrisville for a week, Mrs. Fred Fisher is visiting her son in St. Johns-bury for a few days. Mrs. Hattic Farrant of Newport has been spending a week with her sister, "Mrs. Nellie Shorey. Arthur G. Emery has sold his resi dence on Main street to Albeit Per kins. Possession to be given soon. Mr. and Mrs. James Drown of East Burke have been visiting their daughter, Mrs. John Stafford. Mr. and Mrs. James Shores and daughter, Venda, have returned to their home in Montpelier after a short stay with friends here. . Mr. and Mrs. George Brown of Passumpsic have been visiting friends here for a few days. Mrs. Ethelynd Shepherd spent Saturday and Sunday at her home in Passumpsic. 9 ST. JOHNSBURY EAST Mr. and Mrs. McDonald from Can ada were recent visitors at S. Smith's. They came here to look nviti' nmo fjii-TYis that are for sale with the idea of buying before long. Quite a few people have come into this vicinity lately and located and we wish for more ot this same kind. Miss Msihel Stark returned to h(;r home last Tuesday in Long Island, Miss Abbie smith went with ner anu returned on Friday. . Miss Ann Smith returned to her school in Bloomfield, N. J., Friday night. Porter Perrins has gone to Little ton, Mass., to seek employment. Mr. and Mrs. Griffin return to their home in Youngstown, Ohio, d"n Monday. Mr. Griffin returns much hpalth. We shall be glad to see them again in the near future. M.s .T W. Penin. Mrs. F. M. Bon nett and Mrs. Wm. McLochlin, were recent visitors in Haverhill, N. H. Miss Jennie Ramage has secured a position with Joseph Fairbanks fam ilv of St.. .Tohnsburv and expects to leave for Washington, D. C, this week for the winter. Mrs. airbanKs Id vow fortunate to secure so capable a young lady to help her. We shall miss her here in the village very much. S. L. Grant has been on the sick list for a few days. School commenced Monday of this Miss Abbie Smith for the pri- maray and Miss Ruby Dunton for the grammar. Miss Dunton win Doaru with Mrs. Winslow. Hon Hill who has been at Sheldon Junction for the fair, was at home for Sunday. Miss Beatrice Stewart ot Cam bridge, Mass., is visiting at Mr. and Mrs. Bonnetts for a few days. J. G. Cogley is filling his silo. Scott Stafford has finished work at the Sunny Slope farm. George Clapp has been ill tor ine past week. HiisspII Rislnv has been visiting re latives in Hanover, N. H., for a week. George Hudson is looking alter nis stock during his absence. The creamerv truck made its first trip for crem Monday. David Kamage, Jr., goes wis w to Cincinnati, Ohio, with his uncle, J. a Pnmncrn tn lncnte in some line of business. David is a young man who has many friends here in the village and will be much missedy all. Good wishes follow him in nis new norac. Well Named. "The convicts who escaped went through this window, where the bars ore filed." "Then if the Jail had only been the post office, that would have been the general delivery window." ST. JOHNSBURY CENTER Mr. and Mrs. John Lamb and 'daughter, Margaret of Peacham, vis ited Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Powers Sun day. Mrs. Cora Joyce is visiting at, Dudswell, P. Q., for n few days. The school began Monday, Sept. 8. Miss Folsom of Barton returned to teach the higher grade and Miss Ka tharine Gitciiell 01 Montpelier teaches the lower grades. Fnrnpxt Kidder .md Miss Anna J May Lamb of Peacham visited Mr. and Mrs. Fred Simonds Sunday. Miss Katherine Gitchell is boarding with Mrs. Fred Simonds. Mr. and Mrs. Tolman of North Charleston, N. H., visited his sister, Mrs. Brill, last week. Glen Ayer of Springfield, Mass., is at home with his family for a few days. Mrs. Helen Bryant of Lawrence, Mass., visited Mrs. Chas. Salmon last week. Alhnrr. Mnnnrv has moved his familv into the Methodist parsonage Hortena Campion of Lyndon spent the week end with Mrs. JNina uoi bath. Joe Nichols, who died here, was born in Acworth, New Hampshire, January 1st, 1870, son of Mr. and Mj-s. Henry Nichols. He leave's a wife and two children, Earnest and Rosalie Nichols, also a stepdaughter, Mis. William Clement of Lowell, Mass., and one brother, George Nifhnls of West Kingston. Conn. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jackson and son of Quincy, Mass., visited Mrs. Lula Baker last week. Mrs. Baker returned home with them for a short visit. The Universalist services were re sumed Sunday, Sept. 7, Rev. Edward A. Lewis of Lyndonville as pastor. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Powers of Walden is visiting at Henry Powers. Will Harvey has been at home a few days from his work in Berlin, N. II. Mrs. Nellie Robbins and daughter, Ruth, and son Walter, of South Braintree, Mass., are visiting her bro ther, Winn Johnson. Green Mountain Grange held their regular meeting Saturday evening, Snnt . Children's night was observed and an excellent program was given by the children. Hctrehments 01 ice cream and cake were served. Card of Thanks Wn wish to thank the friends and relatives for their many acts of kind ness and those who tiad to cneer oui lnvo,l nno and make his days brighter for him through his long sickness. Also many thanks for the beauuiui flowers that were sent. Mrs. Joseph Nichols, Ernest Nichols, Rosalie Nichols, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Clement, Mr. and Mrs. George Nichols. LYNDON Reginald Little entertained his pastor, his Sunday school teacher and 11 of his classmates in Friend ship class with other guests at his home last Friday in hfcnor of his V.ivtVirl!iv Games and swings filled the hours of the afternoon and a de licious supper out of doors brought the delightful day to a close. Howard Little kindlv furnished transportation to and from the village. Mrs. Ida Coffran who has spent 1 wpeks visiting relatives in this vicinity started Monday for her home at Topeka, Kansas. Wilmot Kinnc of Waterford who visited her sister, Mrs. L. K. Swctt, a few days, has gone to stay with his sister, Mrs. E. J. Brown of St. Johnsbury, for the present. He is in very poor health. Mrs. Leondi Church of Lower Wat . for,l visited Mrs. L. K. Swctt sev eral days returning home Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Wells Quimby went Saturday to Haverhill, Mass., and other points for a week's visit. Mrs. Patrick Hoye has moved from Mr. Bonner's tenement to one of Mr. Snelling's tenements. Master Delwyn Bailey received last Sunday a fine gold wreath at tached to a solid gold pin in recig nition of attendance at the Metho dist Sunday school for two consecu tive years. ' A party of about 25 persons met at the home of S. S. McDowell, Thursday evening to offer congratu lations to Miss Verna Aldrich in an ticipation of a coming happy event. The gifts having been sent before hand were skillfully arranged out of sight but each" with a card brought together in the center of the room. Miss Aldrich and her sister, Mrs. Be atrice Kellcy had been invited to an automobile ride which to her surprise terminated at Mr. McDpwcll's and she was requested to follow up each thread until she came to a package. The attempt at rhymes which accom panicdiany of the gifts added much merriment as they were found d read. Ice cream and wafers were served to the company by Mrs. Mc Dowell and her helpers. Rev. E. W. Sturtevant leaves Monday morning for Atlantic City and other places to be away about two weeks so there will be no service in the Methodist church Sunday, Sept. 14. Ring Recovered From Gull. Gulls are attracted by any smull shining object, which nccounts for n valuable engagement ring, which was accidentally dropped overboard In mid Atlantic, being found In the glzeard of one of these birds, shot months after ward off toe eta st of Maine. CONCORD Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Brewer with their quests, tr. ami yrx. W. O. Brewer of Somerville, N. si. and Mrs. Eeebe of Burlington spent .several days last week their cottage at Shadow Lake. Mrs. Becbe returned to her home in Burlington Saturday accompanied by her daughter, Mrs. W. O. Brewer. Moses Laundry of Barnet is visit ing at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Laundry. Rev. P. J. Maclnnis was in Mor risville Wednesday to attend the state convention of Universalists. Mr. and Mrs. K. F. Richards, Miss Helen lieed and Willard Keech were in camp ;it Milea Pond the last of the week.' Mrs. Emily G. Reed is stopping at the home of C. C. McGregor. There will be a hash supper at the Methodist church, Wednesday even ing from U.'.'A) until all are served. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Miltimore of Portland, Me., were guests the past week of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Milti more. Mrs. C. S. Parker of Whitefield, N. II., spent the wr-ck end with her daughter, Mrs. Dudley Walter. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Walter spent Thursday in Lyndon guests of Mr. and Mrs. David Young. P. J. Martin and family of St. Johnsbury were at the homy of Dud Icy Walter Thursday. Mrs. M. J. Roberts and Miss Ruck er of Washington, D. C, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Wal ter one day last week. Friends of Richard Southworth will be glad to know ho is making favorable recovery from an illness of typhoid at Brightlook hospital. F. L. Carpenter spent Sunday in Barton. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Warren en tertained at a home dance Friday evening. Visitors in St. Johnsbury Saturday included Mrs. Elmore Hunter and son, Irving Coon, Charles Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. Emmanuel Lillicrap Mrs! K. F. Richards, Miss Helen Reed, Miss Edith Hutchinson were in Guildhall, Labor day. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur D. Foivaith will be "at home" to their friends, Monday, September 22, afternoon and evening, in observance of their 50th wedding anniversary. Ladies are requested to bring cake. Regular meeting Adah Chapter No. y!), O. E. S. Thursday evening. The ritual work will be done for practice. Mr. and Mrs. Perley Rutledgc of Walden were at the home of his par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Abner Rutledge last week. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Phillips and daughter, Celia of Canaan were guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Hast ings the first of the week. Malvern Cutting returned to his work in St. Johnsbury Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Gray, Mrs. Sam Morrison of St. Johnsbury and Otis were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Morgan the past week. Charles Morgan was in St. Johnsbury the last of the week. Rev. P. J. Maclnnis will speak on "The Causes of War as You Find Them in the Twentieth Century," at the Universalist church Sunday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Smith, Mr..1 and Mrs. Hermon Smith, Elmhurst, L. I., have been guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Spaulding. Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Strcetcr are : visiting their granddaughter, Mrs. William Dodge of Waterford. ! Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Warren of j Kirby visited Mrs. Minnie Williams j one day last week. j Mr. and Mrs. Will Dodge and ! family of Waterford, Mr. and Mrs. j Elezcr Boucher, Mrs. Minnie Wil- j liams, Ben and Henry Porter attend- j ed the party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Warren at Kirby Fri day evening. Harvey Pooler and mother, Mrs. John Pooler, of St. Johnsbury, visit ed her sons, Ben and Henry Pooler at the home of Mrs. Minnie Wil liams Saturday. Mrs. Rupert Cutting and children, Bern ice and Cosbic, are at the home of W. D. Bradshaw. At the regular meeting of Wood bury W. R. C, No. 5, at the close of the meeting the members pres ent were invited to G. A. K. Hall where a fine collation was served by the committee in charge, who con sisted of, Mrs. Helen Folsom, Mrs. W. H. Carpenter, Miss Josephine Carpenter, Miss Mildred Hartshorn, Minnie Briggs. F. W. Chapman will move his fam ily to their new home this week. Mason Howard who finished his work at the St. Johnsbury House Tuesday was at C. F. Cutting's, Wed nesday and Thursday. Guy C. Ho ward and son, Grafton, and Charles Pearsons of Barre were at the Cut ting house Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Lewis of Lit tleton, N. H., were at Mrs. Luetle Lewis' Sunday. WALDEN John Bennett has begun a seasons job cutting lumber for J. B. Goslant on the Edwards' lot. Ed. Buck and family visited at William Folsom's' recently. Frank Shaw has been repairing the our oCrners' school house. Leland Cahoon and Marjorie Howe are attending school at Dan ville. Ella Rollins returns to Cabot. Charles Cole is having a very se rious time with an abscess in connec tion with a bad tooth. EAST' CONCORD D. M. Smith attended the reunion of the I'rd Vermont regiment at St. Johnsbury Tuesday. Mrs. Maude Whitney of Manche ter, N. II., is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Dora Grant, and other relatives. Mrs. Hubbard Fisher was called to St. John; bury Monday by the serious illness of her mother, Mrs. Frank Seace. Mrs. Fred Whipple and daughters, Linda and Katie, were week end guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Orange Blood at Lunenburg. The pleasantest event of the rea .son was the dance given by the Fitz dalo Paper Co. to their employes and their friends Labor Day evening. It was given in the new room in the upper story of the finishing mill, the 100111 was beautifully decorated with orange and green. The orchestra which consisted of five pieces was behind a hedge of tree and golden glow, the decorating being all car ried out in the same effect. Ice cream and cake was served to about 275. Mr. Mold of Concord. N. II.. was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Miller Say- ers the first ot the week. Mav Damon of Guildhall has been visiting her uncle, Martha Bean, for a few days. Mildred Hartshorn, Minnie Briggs, Helen Folsom, with Will Adair as chauffeur, were in Concord Tuesday cyenmg. The supper at the church Thursday cveninir wa well attended and about $1U added to the treasury of the L. A. S. Mrs. Helen P. Bonnett of Concord called on Mrs. John Folsom Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Carr of St. Johnsbury were week end guests at Fred Smith's. Mr. and Mrs. Nate Bean visited Mr. Bean's sister, Mrs. Damon, at Guildhall Sunday. Will and Ellery Adair began work at Fitzdale Monday with the carpent ers. Among the visitors in St. Johns bury last week were Mr. and Mrs. John Folsom,' Mrs. Leon Fisher, Mar ion Morrill, Fred Smith, Henry Briggs, Harry Nichols, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Sayers. Mrs. D. M. Smith, who has been very ill for the past week, is now comfortable at this writing. Her sis ter, Mrs. Agnes Harriman, is caring for her. Morton Ashton of St. Johnsbury called on Ross Folsom Sunday even ing. Mrs. Frank Smith and granddaugh ter of Groveton, N. H., visited Mrs. Leon Fisher last week. Dr. A. F. Hill and wife and child, Mrs. George Morse and Miss Ida St. Johnsbury, Sept. 23, Two Great Attractions The management ol the Fair arc planning many New Features ior the 73d Annual Fair and the most notable-will be Belle Beach, the High School Horse The lines! educated saddle horse In America. . This lamous Trick Horse will be driven by Thomas Bass ol Mexico, Mo., an expert saddle horseman, who has exhibited at all the State Fairs tn the West. Mr Bass will have hall a dozen other saddle horses and !olli Mr. Cary and Mr. Darling will have entries tn this class. NIGHT CARNIVAL On the Second and Third Evenings of the Fair there Night Carnival full of interesting features. Each evei. a floor will be laid on the track in front of the Grand Stano and there will be good music for; dancing. BRING THE WHOLE FAMILY TO THE Caledonia County Fair GEORGE C. CARY, Rorg of Littleton, N. II., called on Mrs. Addie Webb la. t Thursday. Paul Lewis while cutting wood for George Lavatiie last Saturday slipped and fell on his axe, cutting his leg ipiite badly. Dr. Rronson of Lunen burg was called and sevpn stitches were t iUen. He is stopping at Nate Bran's. The : pecial meeting.; at he church are quite well attended, but we hope there will be a larger attendance this wec-l;. They are to continue tluotigh ihis week. f Leslie Morse and uncle of Lyndon were quests of .Miss s. S. Dm lam the first of tile week. MC1NDOE FALLS Mr. and Mm, II. W. Glea ;on re turned from tluii trip to the li. aelies. Alex Gibson left Tuesday to take a year's training at Ml. lU'iniuii. Mr. and Mrs. Philo Van Dyke, Jr., and Bukhara of Wells River spent Sunday at his home. Miss Alice Moore has returned to her school at Springfield, Mass., .Miss Nellie Manchester to St. John.-bury and Miss Lawler to West Stewart i town. Koy Parker has been teaching at Barnet Center for his sister, Miss Beatrice Parker, as she was taken ill the secfond day. Miss Parker will re sume her duties as soon as her condi tion permits. Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Leighton and sons, Philip and Richard left Satur day afternoon to spend the night at Lebanon going Sunday to Bcnrhmnnt Mass., where they will spend their two weeks' vacation at a cottage there. Dr. Howard Coles and family came last week in their car from Tai ring ton to spend two week.; with Mrs. Cole's people, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Finlay. A reception was held at the Acad emy Friday evening for the teachers and new students. Ice (renin and cake was seived and a pleasant eve ning enjoyed by till. Mrs. Benjamin Manchester has re turned to her home and has her sis ter with her for a few weeks. Mrs. I' red Hart has been enter taining her f i: tor, also her daughter and husband from Charleston and Orleans. Mrs. C. I. Smith, W. II. Gilchrist with Eleanor and Albert Buswcll re turned last week from their vacation. Eleanor and Albert spent Monday at Woodsville and returned to Boston Tuesday. Diamonds of Many Colors. Although when free of c.l.ir they fire said to be of first water, iliuiiHmds nro found In nearly every color of the rainbow red, yellow, orange, green and bltio. Pres. FRED a .. A. PASSUMPSIC Mr. and Mrs. S. A. tended Barton Fair one Danio dav Ht- lu-t week. Miss Dolly Thyng returned home Saturday. Miss Emma Warner and Mr. Pe tri's spent the week end with Mrs. Belle Ward. Mrs. Maud Symes is working at the "Maple Grove Candy Kitchen." Mr. and Mrs. Barnett of Walden vi Med Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Barnett over Sunday. Mrs. Ella Thomas who has been visiting here for the past two weeks returned home Sunday. Mr. and .Mrs. Raymond" E. Shep aid of Somerville, Mass., and Mrs. E. K. Shepai'd of Tilton, N. H., vis ited at the home of E. M. Shep.ud Saturday and Sunday. Mi.;. E. E. Sliepaid goes this week to Somerville, Mass., to make her home with her son, Raymond Shep ard, who is vice principal of the Ju nioh High school in that city. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Vigneault and son visited Mr. and Mrs. Jo seph Harris the week end. Mr. Vig neault has just returned from over seas. I). C. Farrington has sold his goods in his store. Miss Helen Judkins is visiting her sister .Stella Carr, of Newport, for a week. Several from here attended Pomo na Grange meeting at West Barnet Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Wright of St. Johnsbury visited at W. H. Wright's, Sunday. C. R. King has returned home from the hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Bliss and baby of Nashua, N. II., have been visiting at Margaret Sawyer's. Tom Watts of Inverness, P. Q., wdio has just married a young lady of Bane have been visiting his sis ter, Mrs. Margnre Sawyer for a week. Mrs. George Ailes and Mrs. Carl Harold Wood Friday. Mr. and Mrs. John Converse and family returned homo from their va cation Monday. Miss May Park and her friend from Boston are visiting relatives hero. YOUR ATTENTION, PLEASE If your bowels need a wholesome physic that thoroughly cleanses, rweetens the stomach and benefits the liver, 'take a Foley Cathartic Tablet tonight and you will feed better in the morning. It is a quick and safe re medy for sick headache, biliousness, bloating, sour stomach, gas, bad breath, indigestion, constipation or other . condition caused by clogged or irregular bowels. Foley Cathartic Tablets cause no griping or nausea. unty 24, 25 S. IIARRIMA JN, Sec.