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THE WEEKLY CALEDONIAN, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1919 LYNDONVILLE The ladies of St. Peter's Mission held a very successful whist party iu the paii.-h house on Tuesday eve ning. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence B. Dodge have returned from Hyde Park Mass., where they went to spend Thanksgiving with their son, Dr, Ralph Dodge. C. B. Dodge was taken ill with the grip while there and has not been able to return home until this week. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Lyster have returned from a visit to his brothers, Morton and Benton Lyster, who are in business in New York, and live in New Rochelle. Mrs. J. S. Sehofield ad her cou sin, Miss Emma Goldsmith, go to Boston the first of the week to spend Christmas with the latter's brother and sister. Mrs. Sehofield will be ab sent about a week, but Miss Gold smith will probably remain two weeks or more. ine lecture W cdnesday evening by Stephen A. Haboush, a native of Palestine, was well attended and very interesting. The speaker was born and spent his youth in the Holy Land, and was able to give a most enjoyable talk concerning the land and the people, being himself a real "Shepherd of Galilee." He appear ed in native costume, and also gave several songs in his native tongue, Considerable interest has been shown in reviving the old Lvndon ville Driving Club and at a recent meeting the club was reorganized, ana the following ofiicers elected: President, Dr. D. R. Brown; vice president, Joseph Neagle; secretary ana treasurer, Koger Lacld; classifi cation committee, Archie Donahue, u. I. Grapes, John Stafford: iudirc and time keeper, Roger Ladd. C. W. Thompson, Archie Donahue; starter, Prank Trefrcn; maintenance of speedway, W. C. Way, A. E. Dona, hue; marshal, Frank Lynch? mem bership committee, W. C. Way, I W. Davis, F. C. Lynch. Plans were made to hold matinees every Sat urday during the winter on the Main street Speedway, and there will be the first one on Christmas day if the weatner is favorable. ' Howard Shattuck is at home from Dartmouth College for the holiday vacation the hrst of the "wandering boys" to arrive. Friday afternoon and evening the last dancing school and social until after Christmas. Monday evening the boys of the ui ngiituuurai scnooi give a dance m Music Hall. Several other dances arc scheduled for the Christ mas vacation, among them a public dance by the Orientals, and a ball by the American Legion, both in Music hall. This week Saturday evening the Thresher orchestra occupies Cable's hall, and wil lprobably have the usu al attendance. Arthur Simpson was in St. Johns bury Thursday at a conference of the Farm Bureau. ' George Phillips of East Burke has begun work in the railroad shops. Mrs. Sophia Watson, who has been spending a month with her daughter-in-law, Mrs. John Nash, has returned to her home in Sutton. . Mrs. Samuel Holbrook has been spending a few days in Boston. Her little daughter, Bernice, spent the tune of her absence with her grand parents, Mr .and Mrs. James Buell, cn Bcmis Hill. Ralph Bishop has finished work at the creamery and gone back to his home in Sheffield. Mrs. May King of Newark is visiting ii) town. Dr. and Mrs. F. H. Davis have returned from St. Johnsbury, where they spent a few days at the home of Mt. and Mrs. H. F. Balch, while the Doctor was attending court. Next Sunday there will be special decorations, music, and sermons at all the churches. At the Congrega tional church there will be music by an orchestra and a large choir, and a Christmas cantata. The morning subject will be "The Best Christmas Gift." At the Universalist church there will be special music, Mrs. Sea vcr and Mrs. Lewis will sing and the subect of the sermon will be "The Birth and the Re-Birth of Jesus." At the Methodist church arrange ments have been made for an appro priate program, also at St. Peter's and St. Elizabeth's. The Sunday schools will all have their trees and exercises all on Christmas eve, the 24th, except the Congregational, which will be on Tuesday evening. ' Ernest Martin has been in Pas sumpsic for the last two weeks, in stalling a new furnace, putting in a bath room, etc., in a house there. Mrs. Selina Cyr of this place was recently married to Albert Fox of St. Johnsbury. The Methodists have a new "one pipe" furnace for their church, which is now being set up, and it is hoped will prove satisfactory. Joseph Lapoint, who is at the St. Johnsbury hospital, is reported to be much better. Miss Annie Lincoln, who has been staying with Miss Clara Shirley, at H. C .Wilson's for the past two weeks, has returned to her aunt's, MrB. H ,V. Lyster's. The village water was tested quite recently by the State Bureau of Hy giene at Burlington, and pronounced absolutely normal. Norris Weston has been quite ill with neuritis for the last three weeks. Mrs. Carroll Pike has gone to Bur lington to .spend Christmas with her parents and Mr. Pike will join her there a little later. Miaa Anna Larosc of Lancaster, N. II., is to spend Sunday with her friends, Miss Nellie Davis. For several years pn.-t it has been ! Frank ingalls of York, Me all her the putnm of .ludce J. T. Cleason 1 children ami sons-in-law. to offer to each of the children of the Congregational church who will attend church every Sunday during the year and keep a record of the services and text, the prize of book. This presentation is made quite a feature of the Christmas service, and this year there will be fifty-five books to be distributed as prizes on Sunday morning. These arc all valu able books, some of fiction, and some on patriotic, historical and other sub ects, but they are all valuable, and will prove souvenirs of worth to the boys and girls who have so faith fully earned them. William Hinman, oldest son of the Rev. and Mrs. Herbert Hinman, comes from Obcrlin, Ohio where he is a college student to spend the Christmas vacation with his parents. Mrs. W S. Wright has a Christmas guest her sister, Miss Hopkins, who is a teacher in Richford. Miss Sibyl Barber from Woods- ville is spending the Christmas holi days with her mother, Mrs. L. T. Huntley. Miss Eva Wood is at home from the Bryant & Stratton Business Col lege at Manchester, N. H for the holidays. .' Mrs Mattha Dcnsmore Fishc.-. w.hosc remains wue browrht !ei-e last week for interment, va.i bnrr. in Sutton, Aug. 15, 1853, and died iri Lexington, Mass., Doc. 11. of heart failure. She man-ied Francis It. Fisher of Lyndon, in Maic'i. 18G9. and they lived here until the vc.ir J8!;i, when they moved to Bedford. Mass, then to Lcx-ogton, where Mr. Fisher passed away in Eight Children were born to them, live bows and three girls, six of who ere now living, and were all presciu at the bu-ial. Martin, the oldest, was killed in May, 191G, and I red was also kill ed in l!)Oi, both of whom wjrs well known hre. Mrs. Fisher was always . iv.uu working woman, d);;ig her hare of the world's wo: I: most cheerfully. She was very kin i heart-1 eel, and was especially kin 1 and thoughtful to any one in sickness or trouble. She was able to keep a home of her own until the la:-t, and her doors -were always open to her friends, and she was never ,vo Jinnny as when doing a kindness to some one. Besides her children, wi'c. were ever dear to her, she leaves two sis trs, Mrs. C. A. Lewsey of this place, and Mrs. H D Chapman of Sutton. and a brother, Welcome W. B.-uliiy of Minneapolis, and 11 g.-i:lchil-drcn, as well as a host of f icmk The funeral was held at 7 or lav- home in Lexington, Tuesday after noon, and the burial was at Lyndon Center, Wednesday afternoon. Pray er was offered at the home of C. A. Lewscy and at the grave bv the !iev I. C. MacFarlane. The bearers were her three sons and two sons-in-law. "She hath done what she could" can tiuly be said of Mrs. Fisher. A very pleasant time was enioved by the young people of the Episcopal church and their invited guests on Saturday evening at the parish house Dancing, whist, and a nice ;ocii,l time were the attractions. Sugar on snow, doughnuts and pickles were served by Mrs. J C. McLane and Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Gregory. Airs. Arthur G. Emery spent tho week end with friends in Newport. I he , mage Improvement Societv held their last dancing classes and social in Music Hall Friday even! i,f with h good attendance. It is prob able that thcyfcvill continue to'h.-dd the social atte. the holidays on Fii- day evenings. Thresher's orchestra held n e'ancc in the Cable Hall Saturday evcniif, the V. A. S. boys have a ball in Mu sic Hall Mont'.ay evening, Burroughs' orchestra of five pieces appear . in Music Hall, Friday evening, Henault has Cable's hall for Satuivm? even ing, the Amr.!can Legion have en gaged Burroughs for the 30lh a.;d the Oricntials have a ball in Music Hall the 81s which incites mo. t of the dances in town for vacation, so far as we know. The young people will probably also patronize some of the St ..Johnsbury dances, which oc cur in the next two weeks. The regular meeting of Grace Unity club will be held on Friday evening, at 7.80 o'clock in the Meth odist church parlor. Reports of the recent Bazaar will be given at this time. Htirold Ahem and Charles Dar ling from Columbia, and Carolyn Darling rom the Lcland Powers School in Boston and Flavia Folsom from Cambridge, arrived home Sat urday for the holidays. More later. Mrs. A .C. McDowell has gone to Grand Isle to spend Christmas with her daughter, Mrs. G. F. Rousseau and family. Joseph Spencer was quite badly burned the last of the week with boiling water spilled from the tea kc.tle, but is getting ulong all right now. Mrs. Ruth Blodgctt, a freshman at U. V. M., returned home Saturday for a two weeks' vacation. Miss Grace Gould is at home from Bates College, in Lcwiston, Me., where she is a sophomore. The Rev. Mr. Stephenson has been making a shore visit to Ottawa dur ing tho past week. All the churencs held special Christmas scivisjs on Sunday, carry ing out the -plans announced. The Rev. Mr Stephenson has been making a short visit to Ottawa dur ing the past week. Those who were present at the bu rial of Mrs. Francis Fisher last week Wednesday wcro Harley and Carl Fisher of Winchester, Charles Fisher of Somcrvillc, Mr. and Mrs. Parker, Young of Lowell, and Mr. and Miv.l Mrs .Margaret A'c Citnn ha- hern in Laconia, . 11., for a few day. Mrs. Aimoii ml:h Is visi'ing rel atives in Boston. BARNET DISAPPROVED By JACK LAWTON. The Sunday school will have a Christmas, tree with music and appro priate exercises at Town hall Thurs day evening to which everybody is in vited. New Years evening the men will give a supper in the interest of the Ladies' society at School House hall. There will be an entertainment after wards, the nature of which will be announced later. The farce given last Friday even ing by the young people was enter taining and well given. Much credit is due Mrs. Gregg and Mrs. Phelps and others who helped to make n suc cess of it. About $14 was added to the treasury of the Y. P. S. C. E. Miss Florence Wilder is home from Westford, Mass., where she has a position as a teacher in the Massa chusetts Industrial school for boys. Mrs. Benj. Gadley received word of the serious illness of her mother, Mrs. Lieut. Darling, who is spending the winter with her daughter, Mrs. Ed ward Rollins, in Granby, Conn. Miss Christina Hall is home from Bridgewater, Mass., to spend the Christmas vacation with her mother, Mrs. James Hall. Mrs. Kate Kinney was a recent vis itor in St. Johnsbury. Mrs. Minnie Campbell and son, Fos ter, who have been in town packing up their household goods that have been stored &t John Lang's, have sent their goods to Concord, N. H., where they are making their home and have gone there. Wedding cards announcing the marriage of Frank Willey and Miss Helen Givlus in Philadelphia, Dec. 17th. Mr and Mrs Willey will spend Christmas week here at the home of his father, Mr Eben Willey Congrat ulations from Barnet friends Marjorie Albce returned home from Simmons College, Boston, Fri day of last week. Miss Katherine Potts, who has been visiting here, has returned to her home in Holyokc, Mass. Edith Hazclton is home "rom Boarding school in Philadelphia. On her way home she ited her sist r in Springfield, Mass., and friends in Le banon, N. H. May Gilfillan is at her home "or ihe Christmas vacation. She is attending a Domestic Science school in Boston, i Dascom Rowe is home from the I University of Vermont in Burlington Dean Rowe and sister are also home from Pcacham Academy. Harriet Elliott is at home for the Christmas vacation. Lorcn Elliott is spending his college vacation here also. Barnet has experienced the coldest weather in the month of December the past week for years. Sehools closed Friday and the teachers have gone to their homes. Miss Johnson to Brandon ond Miss Randall to Sheffield. The many friends of Mrs. Mar garet Gilfillan will be glad to know that she is slowly recovering from her recent illness. Stephen Hooker of Groton has stored his goods in one of Benj. Gad ley's houses and he and he his wife expect to go to work at Walker's Inn. In this case it is expected that Walker will soon open his hotel which has been closed to the public since early in the summer. The public will be very glad to see its doors open once more. ' ! i mmw am Calendar Fact. The in on Hi of January always begins on the same dny of the week as Oc tober and the same Is true of April ond July, September and December. February, March and November also hegin on tho swim tiny of the week. This, however, is only true In normal y.'urs of 305 l-i,vs. A century tan never oegin on Wednesday, Friday or Satur day. Furthermore, the ordinary yenr ends nn the same dny of the week as 'hat ou whU'h It begins. Whiskers Explained. The early Jews wcro literally long on whisker anil made good use of them. Tip Jew's beard was n sorl of standim: notice to the world concern ing his state of mind. If everything was propitious wife and children well Hid business good his beard was combed out and perhaps oiled. But if deiilli had entered his family, bis brnrd was n mere tangled muss of Imlr. The romlilion of the whiskers also Indicated the existence of other emotions. Question Before the House. "I wonder,' said the discontented bachelor, "what one is going to do when one buys wcolen wear guaran teed not to shrink, and patronizes n laundry tbr.t guarantees not to shrink the unshrinkable?, and then finds that the unshrinkable laundry shrinks the unshrinkable garments:" London Sketch. "Asa Cannot Wither." A tradesman wns brought befoit the magistrate charged with having sold unwholesome articles for con sumption ai food. The charge was ful ly proved. "1 wish to point out to !n ilmrt," said eonnsel for the defense lu n dignified tonp, "that the house of business that I have the honor to defend wns founded in ISO!.'." "Has It renewed Its stork sluce that dote?" asked the magistrals, The girl walked slowly down iIip vil-l.-iso street. Mn walked doubtfully, tifh n t insf upon hr-r way; I'.nt as the inill I'lilli i nitio to view, her steps quick ened involuntarily, until lu-r .slight figure was lust (it view In the wooded bend of the road. High up in the sunshine Mi-etched a low stone wall. With a smile of an ticipation, she seated liersolf upon this wall, mid waited. Her eager eyes sph-d the man before ho bad reached Ihe bend, and was also hidden behind It. lie greeted her lazily, in his easy ap proach, and touched her bund confi dently, as lie lounged down at her side. "Well, Wild Rose," he asked, "how goes it today." The girl looked nt him as he discard ed bis cap that the wind might lift his dark hair. "It (.-rows worse every day, TV." she replied, "Iho homo opposition moan. Really, today I baldly dared come to meet you. Father is furious over what be calls my 'fool infatua tion.' Even Aunt Martha adds her in fluence to mother's, to turn me against you. Why are they so unreasonable Don? So utterly Mind to ynur good qualities? There Is only one reason of course," she hastily answered her own question, their anxiety to have me marry Philip Barton. As if they could expect mo to love Philip, after having known him all my IIIV. "There is nothing lliey can tell me about him which I do not already know his integrity, stability anil all tlinl. Why-'-" trim' laughed soflly, "one can't be reasoned Into love Don." Her companion smiled. "Nor reasoned out of it," ho said. ' Here Is Philip, hold up to you as a paragon. Here is my unworthy self, showed mercilessly in all my iiuworl Il lness, yet ". His eyes met hers hu morously. "You do love me, Wild P.OfO?" "I love you," (he girl repealed anil sighed. "But you are not to bo allow ed to enll any more, Don. It humili ates me to tell you so. Aunt Martha insists that playing with hearts was your pastime. Father says" "Spare me what father says," tin man Interrupted good naturodly. "This Philip person is to lake my place as visilor and escort. Is thai the Idea? Not a bad idea cither, whore your interest is concerned," ha added. "The Philip person Is establish ed, I believe, and what your aunt would call "u good provider.' I " be drew the girl closer. "I am not so fortu nate. Hose. However, what do (ion propose to do about It?" "What Is there that I can do," she asked pileously. The man sat erect, bis eyes nar rowed. "Lack of conlidoneo in your judgment should be paid with lack of couli dence," he answered tersely. "Of course it is with you to decide whai yon will do. In your place, I should take the desired Interest in this per fect Philip. Accept his es::ort or trout him obediently well when be calls. But " ho, bent to look tenderly into the girl's face. "An' you love mo, dear,'" bo quoted, "continue to meet me here, or there, or wherever I may bid you." i Philip desired a home and Rose was his idea of a homemnker. But if Rose was serious, she was nt least gracious, and in Hint he found new courage. Philip came again. Hopefully, he suggested driving, and Rose accepted. So visits and drives bernme a habit. A gratified family cautiously re strained their satisfaction, lest Rose should rebel in defense of her de throned lover. "What has heenme of this Donald I'.urnie?" the father secretly ques tioned. His wife shook her bead. "Rose has ceased to mention his inline," she said. "Roller so," the father replied, "for while we know no had of the man, noil her do we know any good." The disfavored one Idly driving his own small car, occasionally passed his sweetheart and her suitor. Always, ho smiled pleasantly, and always Philip hcstovied upon him the family glance of disapproval. It was the day when Philip drove the girl up the steep and narrow way. that he decided to broach to her the sub ject of love and marriage. So Intent was Philip upon his coming message, that he failed to give the warning sig nal of his coming. Then, as ubruplly he made the turn. For one breathless iiiiuiieiit both man and girl saw another ear directly In the narrow path before them. Before there was lime to retrace, before,- indeed, they barely realized their danger, (lie other car, Donald Rumie's car, dashed recklessly over the edge of flic road, to the sloping brush below. Before the other two could realize it, the small car overturned. "It 'was nothing," Donald P.urnie said lazily, as he later lay swathed In bandages. "No use In all of us being smashed up." "But you might have killed yourself," sobbed Rose. "In which rase," said Donald Buruie, "the best mini would have been left." "I'm not so Mire of that," tho failicr of Rose spoke unetpectedly. "You've saved my ditiighler's life. Surely you will be welcome to see her now." "I bae4ilwsys had that welcome, thank you," and Don smiled hsppily at Kose. (Copyright. 1HIJ. H'tiliri Nnr.pat-er Union) The Sign of Service SOGQNY Motor Awidevarietyof mixtures is being sold under the namc"gasoIine." The best way to be sure that the gasoline you buy measures up to quality standards The Sign of" a Reliable Dealer I W&LL I I STANDARD OlLCOffN.Y. Gasoline is to buy from the dealers listed be low. They sell only SOGONY uniform, pure, powerful. Look for the Red, White and Blue So-CO-ny Sign. and the World's Best Gasoline . DEALERS WHO SELL SOGONY MOTOR GASOLINE L. BARNET Gilchrist Bros., Gilfillan, Goodrich, J. II. CONCORD Bennett, R. J., Lunnie, D. J. DANVILLE Morrill's Garage, C. F. Cass W. H. EAST BARNET Gulbrnith, A. K., Gammell It B. EAST PEACHAM Esden, G. W. EAST ST. JOHNSBURY Blodgett, R. E. MILES POND Fuller Bros. 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FIELD i NORTH HAVERHILL P Lawless, C. C. Spike, n. ii. , I'ike station blorc Co. .. ISO. RYEGATE McLam, J. F. . SWIFTWATER t Wells, Fred P. ' WELLS RIVER f Davis, A. T., Symcs Bros. WOODSVILLE ' B-itler, L. D., Wiggin, D. L., Woodsville Garage. LYNDONVILLE FIELD LYNDONVILLE Allen, II. O., Blodgctt, E. J., Eaton, J. C. & Co., Leach, F II. SHEFFIELD Giflin, A. J. WEST BURKE Fail-brother, M. E. WHEELOCK Roberts, G. A. It' STANDARD OIL COMPANY of NEW YORK 1 I ST. JOHNSBURY VILLAGE CAUCUS (Continued from page 1) by adding another story would make comfortable and permanent quarters' lor the firemen. The total appropriations made at the annual meeting were $4900 and the net expense of running the vil lage in 191!) was $54,840.95. Of this amount $3,372.23 was the special account in changing tho location of North avenue, a project started by the former board of trustees. Chief Finlcy reports 42 arrests the past year, of which 23 were for in toxicution. Forty-six trumps were given free lodging at the police sta tion during the year. Chief Mardcn of the fire depart ment reported GO fives through tho year, of which 52 were still alarms. Through the year the four regular men at the central station and the CI call men were paid $7,317.7-1. Supt. Lynuugh of tho street de partment reported that 8,420 feet of concrete sidewalk, 759 feet of grav el walk and 450 square yards of cement were laid through the year. The past summer 80,000 yards of street was oiled. Supt. Daniels of the waterworks department calls attention to the severe test recently given the pumps at the McLcod fire and considers the plunt in good condition. To give alarms for fire he recommends elec tric sirens or gongs placed in con venient places around town, sufficient in number to call t)he firemen instead of the present magneto lines. There is a balance of $3,032.88 due the village on uncollected taxes and the present indebtedness of the vil lage is $15,087.08. , Owing to excessive prices now pre vailing and the urgent needs of the different departments the trustees recommend these appropriations for the coming year: Highways and Macadam Street Lighting Fire Water Works General Police Sewer Park Hydrants Orrcars Stable . Sidewalks Band Concerts Street Oiling $18,000.00 7,000.00 12,000.00 ' 2,500.00 4,500.00 4,500.0f. 2,000.00 500.00 1,500.00 500.00 3,000.00 3,000.00 1,000.00 2,000.00 Po-rowed Dignity. She "Doesn't Charles look dis tinguished In that full-dress suit?" He "How could he help It? That outfit In Its day lias been on the backs of three football captains, two editors and the leading man In our last col lego production." Stanford Chapar ral. . $02,000.00 His Language. Mother told sister that baby came from heaven, so when Jiaby was eight months old slsfcr said to a playmate: "Our baby U talking now, but we can't understand him, 'cause lie talks sky talk." Ring Up the Gods. Ta China ninny temples are provided with a bell at (lie entrance, and when t worshiper enters he gives the ropo ft pull to ring the bell In order that the gods may bo notified of his coming and be at band to nt''Pd to bis prayers Price of Happiness. No ninn can be linppy 'ben bn de spises bis own acts, when he has any consciousness of wrong, whether of motive or act. No man can be linppy when bo harbors thoughts 6f revenjjo, Jealousy, envy or hatred. He mu'l have a clean heart and n clean con science, or no amount of money or excitement can make him bappy.- Exchange. Almost Forgotten. ' ''; The bride and bridegroom were.'just about to ny "I will," when the brjde's mot her dashed madly from the room, nnd relumed, running up the nisle. to the bride, and pushed tho bridal bou quet Into the bride's hands. Iri the excitement of the occasion the flowers bad been forgotten. The Chrysanthemum. Tf Is believed that the first specimen of the chrysanthemum In Europe wns reared at the Botanic gardens. London, In 1701. The flower's rise Into favor was chiefly due to the Sloke Newlng ton Chrysanthemum society, which held It first exhibition of blossoms In 1340 and served as a school of chrysantlie mum culture for the world. Explaining Geysers. In n word, the whole secret of the .nteriuitlent geyser lies in a S'-.btcrrnn-fan reservoir, the contents of wtlch ,ire forced out by steam expan&I'Mi ev ery time It gels tilled up. The lellow slone park is a region which not so very long ago was uercely volcanic. In Hint role if has ceased to ploy an banning part. but. locally tho carth'.i crust Is exlreniely lliin. A very liter al bell rages not far bencalh Ihe plac es frequented by tourists, rnd tbeuco is derived tho heat that causes the out WusU of the geysers. ... ',.