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TIIE WEEKLY CALEDONIAN, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1919
St. Johnsbury Locals A. B. Dow has sold the Dr. IS. H Burke house sit B2 Summer street to R. K .liavis of Glover. Mr. Davis is employed by the Gary Maple Sugar Co. Lindol M. Scott underwent a ser iou.'i operation at Brightlook hospi tal Wednesday evening. Mrs. Arabella Beck of Barre has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Aug ust Beck the past week, returning home Friday. Word has been received of t!i birth of a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Spooner of East Boston, and a granddaughter to Tom Leonard or St. Johnsbury. Announcements have been received of the marriage of Miss Edna Mann and James Manning. The bride ha been the assistant at the Woolwoill store. Mr. and Mrs. Manning will make then- home in Boston. George Carpenter, bank inspector of White liiver Junction was here Friday. Mrs. Charles Barber, who has spent the past week with Mrs. Nettie Drew, returned to her home in Hope Valley Friday. Judge and Mrs. Wendell P. Staf ford and daughter, Ruth, who have been spending the summer with their St. Johnsbury friends, returned to Washington, Friday afternoon for the winter. Mrs. O. M. W. Sprague and chil dren, have returned from Greensboio where they have been in camp this summer and arc spending a few days at E. T. Ide's. They expect to relum to their home in Cambridge, Mas .., the first of the week. F. B. Wilder of Boston was a busi ness visitor to St. Johnsbury Thurs day. Mr. Wilder is one of the best known dealers of ojd books in New England and sectored several interest ing items during his stay in St. Johnsbury. Dr. J. M. Allen was called to Wind- nor Wednesdav toappearas an expert witness in the U. S. court for the Central Vermont railroad in the case of James Blay against the C. P. IS. IS. Blay was chauffeur for the late Gov. Prouty and was driving the car then at the time Mr. Pouty was killed. Announcements have been received of the marriage of Miss Edna Mann j and James Manning. The latter has j been employed at the Woolworth store and the couple will make thuir j home in Boston Mrs. Charles W. Willard of Minne solis is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. rthur R. Brooks. Mrs. Willard will ! well remembered as the daughter ' Col. and Mrs. Albert W. Hastings linneapolis and a former St. Sburv resident. Lvid S. Conant was a legal visit- in NeWPWt Friday. Hop., Alexander Dunnett was in . ATWxns Friday on legal business. Ira Chickering is improving from s recent illness. Carl Moffett Is confined to the use with pneumonia. . Miss Edith Clifford is visiting her aunt' at No. G Summer street. Captain Perley Hartwell-, who has spent the past few days with his family, has gone to Camp Dodge, 111. Mr. and Mrs. George H. Cross are visiting their daughter, Mrs. J. Frank Trull, at Biddeford, Me., a few days. Mrs. John S. Cameron of Mt. Ver non, N. Y., and Stanley Grint of Montreal are visiting their mother, Mrs. A. P. Grint at Joe's Pond. Mrs. W. G. Cheney of Bu'ke and Mr. and Mrs. Lir.her Murvd of West Burke recently visited at Mrs. Nellie F. G:les Mr. and Mrs. Harloy Caswell ex pect their s.n, L'a-old, Vine today, as he !ias hvm di. charged fi rm active service. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Wilkie. Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Morrison, Irwin and Ira Wilkie wete it. Barton Sunday to attend the funeral of Charles Wil kie. Mr. and Mrs. Fred S. Harrimnn, Mr. and Mrs. Philip A. Fletcher and Mr. and Mrs. Preston E. May went to the top of Mt. Washington Sun day in Harry M. Day's can Mr. and Mrs. Sidney P. Gilo and Master George H. spent the week end at Barre. Mrs. II. J. Smith who has spent the past three weeks here re turned home with them Saturday. Miss Blanche Tilton of Woodsville spent Monday here. William Moore of Fairlee Waited Charles Harvey the week end. Rev. Harold G. D. Scott preached at North Concord, Sunday. Benjamin Massey spent the week end in Barton. John T. Ritchie is confined to the house by illness. Frank G. Landry and family spent Sunday in Sherbrooke. Benjamin Massie spent the week end in Barton. Philo Van Dyke of Wells ISiver spent Monday in town. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Bailey motoicd to Hanover, Sunday. E. H. Hallett is in Montpelier and ' Hardwick Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Peases weie visitors in North Woodstock Sunday. John T. Ritchie is confined to the house by illness. Mrs Lclia Fitzgerald of Barnet was taken to Brightlook hospital riouslv ill Monday. N. M. Scott of Barton spent the week end with his son, Amos W Scott. Mrs. Josephine Bowles is taking her vacation from the Leach & Wat' erman store and is in Montreal. F. B. Jacques leaves Moday night for Portland and Boston ona busi ness trip. Mi. Ma Founder r.peiit the week end in town, returning to Li.-lion, Monday. Mrs. L. A. Butson of C'harlestowr, N. II., wa.s a week cud visitor heie, returning home Monday. Mrs. Josephine Dupuy went o White liiver .Junction Monday to vis it friends. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Pyer of Little ton spent the past week as guests of Mrs. Henry Gero. Guy l. Clifford and family, Miss Lois and Anna Clifford visited in Walden, Sunday. Miss Edith Clifford has finished work in town and gone to her home in North Danville. Miss Mabel Kelley, home demon strator agent, was in Rycgate Mon day. Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Bartlctt, w'-io have spent the summer at Fabyans returned home Saturday. Mrs. William Locke expects to go Wednesday to her new homo in Mel rose, Mass. Mrs. Clara Towns and Miss Susie of Orange, Mass., have been the guests of Mrs. Cora Town a few days, returning homo Morday. Miss Ollie Bennett spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mri. L. L. Bennett, returning to Mont- pelicr Monday. Miss Albertine Cleveland, who has been the guest of her v.nc'o Seth Adams, returned to Hartford, Mon day. Wrendell Drew is home from over seas, having received his discharge, and is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Drew. Dr. J. M. Allen was called to Or leans Saturday to amputate A. T. Healey's leg. Mr. Healey was in jured some years ago and the opera tion was necessary to save his life. Dr. Allen was in Craftsbury the same' day in consultation with Dr. Eastman and later in the day he operated on the young daughter of Peter We'l-1. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Gaskill and Mr. and Mrs. George Littlefield mot ored to Lake Tarlton Sunday. Miss Marion A. Farrington of East Peacluim was in St. Johnsbury. Miss Rcta Lockhart returned from !a visit to her home in Caribou, Me. M'.s. Ernm.i West of Conor.! spent Saturday 'n St. Johnsbury. jj,.. anj Mrs. Fred G. Johnson and family motored to Smuggler's Notch Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. E. Barquin and Miss Florence Sceley motored to Barre Sunday. Miss Margaret B. King has return ed to her work at the George H. Cross Co. R. C. James of Granby was a bus iness visitor in St. Johnsbury Sat-i unlay. Miss Younnne and Margaret Le gendre are visiting in Montreal. On their way home they will stop at other points of Canada. Mis. Rogers, Mrs. Aldermann, Miss Blake and Mrs. Story of Boston have been the guests of Mrs. George Leith. They are touring New Eng land by auto. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Tabor of Montpelier were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Horner over Sunday and took a trip to the White Moun tains and Lost River. Over 300 couples attended the dance at Leclerc's hall, given by Hill's Novelty orchestra, during the nights of the county fair. Mr. Hill only intended to run the dance Tues day evening, but acceding to may re quests the dances were given every evening of the fair. All Mr. Hill's patrons were given a treat Wednes day and Thursday evenings by being allowed to dance until one o'clock with no extra charge. Many couples from out of town attended the dances each of the three evenings. Miss Isabelle Morancy is confined in the house bv illness. George Leith of Boston is spend ing a few days with Mrs. Leith I. G. Marshall supplied the Meth odist church pulpit at Island Pond Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry H. Eldridgc spent Sunday at the New Mt. Wash ington House, Bretton Woods. St. Margaret's Guild will meet Monday evening at 7.30 o'clock at the St. Andrew's parish house. Miss Dorothy Scribner left Mon day morning for the Burlington Business college. Miss Prude Woods spent the weeK end with Mrs. Agnes Laterrierc, re turning to Lunenburg, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank i.. iwossoni and Mr. and Mrs. Henry E. flton spent Sunday in Woodsville. Miss Martha Maxham ot whim River Junction was the wenu enu guest of Elmer Chase. W. H. Harris of Ciaremont, xi spent the past week with his son Frank B. Harris. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Fleming, Mi and Mrs. Henry Cole, Mr. aa.l Mrs Owen Beer motored thru the White Mountains, Sunday. Mrs. H. H. PaiTott of Winc'ien don, Mass., has been visiting hci daughter ,Mrs. Lizzie Farrell, return inc to her home Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Tracy Buswell ant' daughter, Ruth ,of Winchester Mass., are here visiting his parents Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Buswell. The autumn foilage is now in its orime and the last fe wdays have been irlorious ones for tourists and everybody else who can enjoy the outdoor life. Miss Vera Craig concludes her services at the Metropolitan Insur mre office this week, and has accept ed a position as stenographer with fiim of Impey & ('iililii)iiiKS. H.ii-iy A. Dana, who for the past eight years has followed the fairs through the fall taking tintypes, goes to Plymouth, N. 11., fair this week. This will be the ninth fair Mr. Dana has attended this season. The many friends of Mrs. Susan E. Draper will regret to learn that she suffered a stroke of paralysis last week at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Frank L. Miner. She is getting along as comfortably as possible. Mr. and Mrs. RaymonI Lauhlhi and R. K. Lavifihlin of Bo.-ton He! Miss Rider of Lowell, Mas-:., who have been the guests of Mrs. L. Min er, went to Whitefield Monday to vis it relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Massey and Madam Massey of North Danville were here Sunday to see Mrs. Mas sey's father, Orum H. Stevens it the Brightlook Hospital. Mr. Stev ens is gaining. Leon J. Charland, the foreman of the Evening Caledonian oflic", is spending a few days in Portland ami the Maine beaches. Mrs. Charland, who has been away for the p-ist fow weeks, returns home with him. Dr. and Mrs. George F. Cheney :c turncd from Highgate Springs Satur day being called home by the Jrat'i of Dr. Cheney's sister, Mrs. George F. Adams. Dr. and Mrs. Cheney at tended the funeral at Newport Sun day. Mrs. Robert Vv Simonds and sons, Robert and Rolf, of Montpelier were guests at the home of Dr. F. E. Far mer over Sunday. Mrs: Simonds ex pects to go soon to Gardner, Mass', where Mr. Simonds is now located in law business. Miss Dorothy Simonds is attending the Moody school at Northfield. These are the advertised letters at the St. Johnsbury post office for the past week: Mrs. Joseph Cox, Miss Vera E. Jacques, Miss Mabel Law rence, Miss Christie Morrison, Mrs. F. S. Stafford, Rev. Frank M. Hazen, John Hastings, Delbert Lanks, Jerry Massey, Eddie Patnode, R. G. Ray mond, Stanley Shapard, All red P. Wheeler. Mrs. W. A. Ricker leaves Saturday for San Francisco and will be there to meet her son, Albeit A. Kicker, who sailed from Japan on Sept. 2" and is expected to reach San Fran cisco Oct. 12. Mr. Ricker has been connected with the Shanghai branch of the First National bank of Boston and has been sick with pleurisy. Ke cabled from Kobe, Japan, tVt he was well and would reach American shores Oct. 12. Alphonse Lapanne, for the past ten years employed by H. .1. Good rich, has gone into partnership with Omar Duval in the Eastern Market at No. 54 Concord Avenue. Mr. Du val reports that buisness has increas ed so that he could not attend to the work alone. Mr. Lapanne will take charge of the cooking, curing and smoking departments of the Eastern market and will look after the finan cial end of the business. The annual district meeting of .the Rebekah lodges of the sixth district will be held with Olive Branch lodge, No. 4 at St. Johnsbury on Tuesday, Oct. 14. A banquet will bo served at C. The Grand officers will be present and the degrees will be exemplified. The public are cordially invited to the annual gathering of the Caledo nia County Sunday school associa tion at the South church this even ing. Following a praise service there will be an address on "God's Appre ciation of Youth" by Rev. G. E. Rob bins, secretary of the Vermont State Sunday school convention, who hius recently returned from service over seas. Henry Jackson of Groveton is vis iting at A. W. Babcock's. Tuesday, Mrs. Babcock and Mrs. Jackson vis ited S. J. Astle at Monroe. Sidney Page, formerly with Swift & Co., Raymond and Fred A. Flint have bought an interest in the St. Johnsbury Grocery Co. The barbers have decided to close their shop every Saturday night at ten o'clock and not to open their shops until 8 in the morning. There will be no change on the hours of closing the other evenings of the week Mondays, Wednesday and kFriday at 8 p. m., and Tuesday and Thursday at 6 p. m. A Ford limousine car coming up Eastern avenue Monday evening col lided with F. W. Kelley's Oldsmobile coupe, which was without any occu pant and standing by the sidewalk. It is understood that the driver of thel Ford car lost his power and could not control his brakes. The accident oc curred just as the crowd was coming out of the first show at the movies and attracted many people. Mr Kelley knew nothing ot the accident until after he came out of the snow. The Ford car was driven by Mr. Bottsford of New York and he promptly settled for all damage to Mr. Kelley's car. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Carpenter of Toledo. Ohio, who have been visiting at Warren Knapp's left for their home Tuesday. John F. Hinch was a business vis itor in Woodsville Tuesday. Guy W. Hill was a legal visitor in Newport, Tuesday. Mrs. Arthur Harriman is visiting friends in Littleton this week. Mrs. Jane Smith went to Pasrum') sic to visit friends a few days. Charles Mosher of Somerville, Mass., visited in town Monday. Mrs. John Holloway is cntertairing friends from Greensboro this week. Mrs. J. E. Foshey went to Woods ville Tuesday to visit a few days. Harry C. Hodgkins and family leave Wednesday for Monjtpelier, where they will make fheir home. the in-iiiance I Mrs. Charles Cade and jand-on, i Charles, went to Keene Tuesday to visit .Mrs. Louis Cade a few days. E. K. Sargent ;on moves from Railroad -treet to a tenement on , Portland .street. Dr. Anna M. Gove of Greensboro, N. C, is here the gue?t of Miss Mar ' tha Hall a few days. A daughter, Elizabeth, wa.s born Sept. 27 to Mr. and Mrs. Theodore W. Chase. Charles Batchelder is spending a few days in town, the guest of hi f at her, Frank Batchelder. Miss Lillian and Pearl Richnrds are visiting at P. A. Newman's at East Barnet this week. . Miss Sarah Brigham is homo from a week spent in Montpelier. Joseph Sullivan, who has spent the past two weeks visiting here returnee to his home in Roslindale, Mass., Monday night. William Fleming of Richmond who has been visiting at J. J. McGill's the past few days, returned to his horffe Monday night. Miss Blanche Crockford of Massa chusetts who has been visiting her brother, George Crockford, the past two weeks has returned to her home. Mr. and Mrs. Fred S. Harriman and Mr. and Mrs. I). W. Fales went to Campton, N. H., Tuesday and will iittend the Plymouth lair this week. Paul Emile Rodier of Montreal is here visiting his sister, Mrs. Edouard Prevost a few days. Mr. Rodier has been five years in the Canadian army. The St. Johnsbury Band have been engaged by Capt. Max Gillillan to play when the New York Giants play ball here Oct. 10. Reservations havi been received for reserved tickets from all parts of the state. Grace Unity club will meet in the parlors of Grace Methodist church on Friday evening, at 7.!!0 o'clock. The following ladies will servo as hostesses: Mrs. George A. Martin, Mrs. E. W. Sharp, Miss Florence Clark, Miss Carrie Farnum, and Mrs. John Wesley. A large attend- nice is desired. LYNDON VILLE Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Parker and Mrs. Josephine Wilder plan to go to San Diego, Cal., for three months to visit Mrs. Wilder's sister and brother that she has not seen for 40 years. Mr. and Mrs .Myles Gilman of iat. Johnsbury visited her sister, Annie Houghton recently. Mr. and Mrs. William McKay of Albany are visiting their uncle, J. S. Butler this week. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Smith expect to leave next month for Florida for the winter. Mr. and Mrs E. J. Blodgett were in Burlington the first of the week. Mrs. Clara Loomis is visiting Mrs. Daniel Paris at Lyndon. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Shorey and son, Lawrence, have been visiting relatives in Newport. Mrs. M. E. Ladd of Ryegate is here calling on friends and acquaintances this week. Mrs. Frank Welcome has returned from Springfield, Mass. Dr. and Mrs. F. E. Dwinell and little Alice went by auto to Clare mont, N. H., to visit Ransom Carter and then to his sons, T. E. Dwinell, Jr. in Boston. Mrs. Alice Smith Porter of West Burke former teacher in L. G. S. was in town this week calling on old friends. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Parker took an auto trip in the western part of the state Wednesday and Thursday. The friends of L. P. Harriman are sorry to think he has sold out his business and is talking of joining his son, Nelson, in Florida. Services at St. Peter's church for Sunday, Sept. 28, Holy Communion at 8 a. m. Sermon 10.45. Sunday school, 12 noon. Evening prayer 7.30. Mrs. Eva Wilkie has been in Que bec, P. Q., for a few days. Mrs. Frank Silsby after spending a week with relatives in Lunenburg has returned to her home here. Mrs. W. R. Mor.se of Nebraska is a guest of her daughter, Mrs. Her bert Hinmaii. Mrs. C. J. Trefren and daughter, Junie, have returned from WillouJ by Lake and opened their home here. Mrs. W. S. Masten of St. Johns bury visited her sister, Mrs. C. J. Trefren recently. Capt. and Mrs. Earl Lang have re turned from their wedding trip and are stopping with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Lang. The annual district meeting of the order of the Eastern Star will meet here with Esther Chapter, No. 20, Friday, Sept. 26. School of instruc tion at four p. m. Banquet at 6.30. Regular meeting at 7.30 with work. A large number attended the Cale donia County fair from here Wednes day. Mrs. Ernest Chase and daughter, Ethelyn, who have been living at Manchester, N. H., are stopping for the present at B. G. Morrison's. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Willey of Portland ,Me., are visiting relatives and old friends here for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Webber, after spending a week with Is brother, James F. Webber returned to their home in Ware, Mass., yesterday Fri day. Mrs. Sam Goss from WTells River was in town calling on friends Fit day. Mrs. A. A. Barber of East Burke was in town visiting yesterday. Daisy Bullis of West Burke was a guest of Edith Lewsey Friday night. Donna Sherburne was a week i.-iid visitor in West Burke at her cous in's, Muriel Kendrick's. AFALLRDMANCE:-EPISODE ONE! ( II . lOEJDiW ! . registeredL WJs18-L Ju.s. pat. ofk ! MOTOR GASOLINE i Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Allyn and Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Forbes from Sutton motored to Dixvillo Notch Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Willoughby motored to Newport Sunday to visit at his sister's, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Miles. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Huntley were Sunday guests of his father Daniel, Huntley, of Stanstead, P. Q. Mrs. Meigham and two (laughters, Alma and Ruth, were week end vis itors at Mr. Sleeper's of West Burke. Jennie Bell has the mumps. Candace Webster is woi-king for Mrs. Eva Page Powers at Waterford. Ava Stafford Dennison had her adenoids and tonsils removed Satur day by Dr. Cheney and Brown. She is doing well. Mrs. Catherine Bowker oC Lunen burg is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Nancy Silsby, and cousin, Mrs. Susie Cowles. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Cowles were n Derby Sunday to attend the fun eral of an aunt, Mrs. Dr. Adams. Miss Florence Peters of Sherbrooke is a guest of Mrs. Harry Crofts. Mrs. Frank Welcome who has been visiting her sons at Springfield, Mass., has returned home. J. F. Webmer and family were Sun day visitors at her sister's, in North Woodstock. Mrs. C. J. Caswell of Newport has been here a week with friends. Mrs. J. W. Morse of Passumpsic, was here recently. Dr. W. B. Fitch of St. Johnsbury was in town Monday to see Eva Watchie. Mrs. Stevens of Concord who has been staying a week with Vclma Darling, has returned home. Mr. and Mrs. Sumner Stuart, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hale were recent visi tors in White River Junction. Mr. and Mrs. Wm- Green of Little ton have been here a week visiting friends. Paul Cheney, who has been with friends for several days in Washing ton, D. C, has returned home. Mrs. A .J. Bean has been at St. Johnsbury with her sister and niece, who have been very ill. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stone are' mov ing from a tenement in Mrs. J'. J. Willey's block into sooms in the Stern block. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Noyes of La conia are visiting Mrs. C. S. Phil- brick and Miss Bertha Chayer. Mrs. J. J. Nagle has been visiting her sister in Barton for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Gage, Mrs. Louise Cleary and Mr. and MIts. H E. Burns motored to Stone Pond Sun day. F. J. Willey has gone to his home in Portland, but Mrs. Willey "will re The Send-oIF "Socorry is pure liquid powers 'Twill serve you well at any hour. Full range of speed and matchless pep No engine trouble to makeyou fret Tonic food for motors-a powerful kick in every drop jitRUinq time look for (he red.wlxitc and hhcSoconySiqn main with relatives here weeks. Mrs. Harry Clark spoilt Monday with her mother, Mrs. William Iliiytt, at Newport, she was accompanied home by her sister, Mrs. Ralph Cof fran, and two children, who have been there for several days. Mrs. Jennie Webster is recovering from a .severe cold. M. J. Seligman is closing out his business here, but as yet is undecided where ho will locale. C. M. l(nrling and daughter, Caro lyn, have been at the Crystal Lake House at Barton for a few days. Al Musty has purchased a farm at Picrmont, but does not expect to move there until spring. Mrs. II. P. Burpee wa.s in Newport Monday. Among those who attended the auction at the Crystal Lake House were Mr. and Mrs. II. E. Folsom, Mrs. C. J. Buckley, Mrs. Milo Shattuck, Mrs E. A. Daniels, Mrs. Thomas Work, Mrs. T. C. Beattic, Mrs. 1). Coomer, Mr. and Mrs. D. I. Grapes, Mrs Clarence Grapes, Scott Darling, Ralph Chapman, A G. Colby and Ira Davis. Rev. and Mrs. P. .1. Maclnnis with Mr and Mrs. K. F. Richards of Con cord were visitors in town Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Willoughby vis ited iriends at Stanstead Sunday. Mrs. Thomas Bradshaw, Mr. and Mrs. Willis Bradshaw and son have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Houghton. A Prediction Comes True (St. Albans Messenger) Th farmers of Vermont were ap pealed to during the war by the fed eral food administration not to kill off their cattle, the tempation to do which was great owing to the high cost of feed. They were told that af ter the war there would bo an excel lent market in Europe for cattle in order to replenish the depleted herds over there. It was a sound predic tion for many Vermont cattle are be ing bought for export, 1,223 having already been taken for France alone. THEY GET ACTION AT ONCE Foley Kidney Pills invigorate, strengthen and heal inactive, weak and diseased kidneys and bladder Mrs. C. J. Ellis, 505 8th Av. Sioux Falls, S. 1)., writes: "I suffered with kidney trouble; used to have severe pains across my back and telt miser able and all tired out-but after tak ing Foley Kidney Pills' I am well. I have not been bothered with kidney trouble since." They relieve head ache, rheumatic pains, swollen or stiff joints, puffness under the eyes, float ing specks. SOLD EVERYWHERE EAST RYEGATE Thn- friends of Miss Iva Anderson and Rupert Franklin gave thein a shower at J. IS. Alger's Tuesday night. Many pretty and useful gifts were presented to the young people and the evening was pleasantly spent with refreshments and conversation. Delicious refreshments of cake and punch were Served. E. O. Wallace and Henry Wallace visited their lather in South Barre Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hayes of Guild hall were guests at G .H. Haye's Sun day. Mr. and Mrs. George Kelley of Essex, N. Y., were at their brother's Lawrence Gardners, Friday. ' Mr. and Mrs. C Bedell, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Lackie and daugh ter, Margaret, went to Burlington Saturday where they spent the week end with M. C. Brown and fam ily. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Devins spent a part of last week with friends in Manchester and Springfield. WEST BARNET - Miss Edna Walbridge is working for Mrs. Henry Roy. Mr. and Mrs. William Higgins and Mr. and Mrs. SheldoivSmith are vis iting in Connecticut. Mr. and Mrs. Smith were enroute for their home in New York. A large number from this vicinity attended the fair at St. Johnsbury last week. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Blair are the happy parents of a baby girl born September 23. Mrs. Carrie Roy is caring tor motner ana Daoy. Mrs. James Blain and Miss Thres- sa Blain were in St. Johnsbury, Sat urday. Miss Ruth Stevenson is home for a short time. Rev. D. C. Faris is very low. & trained nurse is caring for him. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Roy have returned to their home in Maiden, Mass. Mrs. Philip Adams was in St. Johnsbury Friday to attend the Lar- kin Secretaries reception. Also Mrs. Eben Strobridge. Several at tended in the evening from here. Francis Laird returned to his work in Portsmouth, Monday morn ing. Miss Janette Craig and Roberta Craig of Peacham visited Mrs. Jen nie Stevenson the first of the week Dudley Fitzgerald accompanied his wife to the hospital Monday. Mrs. Fitzgerald is very ill. Gordon Fitz gerald and the nurse went also. Miss Hester McLaren has gone to Lowell, Mass., to a business school.