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THE WEEKLY CALEDONIAN, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 10, 1920
PAGE THREE r vuu can iiiTii om niH.-ier rrous L-ViXincnteia pulsey Auinial Fertilizers made lrom Hone, Blood.' f;MtAfchctnicalR. ' 'Thcrapi'dnsc in far labor1 prices has (riven soil fertility an even greater importance than it hail before. The farmer who wants to take full advantage ir pr..cut ia;- Market values must keep lib toil producing lull'. . Parmenter K I'oisey Animal Fertilizers, and our special V, watcr Goluble Potash Fertilizers will give you real results and real prolits with less work because they produce more to the acre. The Soil Improvement Committee of the National Fertilizer Ass'u are carrying on a -ainpaii.i to standardize brands. We are helping in a practical way by ollerm;: high grade complete ferti lizers containing reliable I'otash. You will li:nl leading brands at prices materially reduced fro;n those of last year. Buy your supply ot P. 1'. Fertilizers today 1'AKMliN I Hi & ilrjiH'h ul r.OjUio. Muss. aaciatiaiiggiiDiiiiiii N I EAST CONCORD 1. M. Smith was a business visitor in Concord one day last week. The Misses Irene and Blanche Gil man and Antonio Gilman of Grove ton, N. H., visited at their aunt's, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Lavatour's, the past week. Howard Woodbury is able to he out again, although he has a stilT knee from the accident he received at Fitz dale some time ago. Among those on the sick list the past week are Mrs. Will Sayers, Mr. and Mrs. Horace Briggs and son, Leslie Willard Clark, Mrs. Frank Crawford and Mrs. Tracy Ball. All are reported better af this writing, but little Leslie Brings who still re mains quite ill. The L. A. S. will sei-vo a baked bean and vegetable supper at the church dining rooms Wednesday of this week. ' Mrs. Dora Grant is visiting at Harry Martin's at Concord and John Tinker at St. Johnsbury. Norman Kelly from Canada was a visitor at Nathan Bean's one day last week. Mary King was a visitor at her grandfather's, I). M. Smitth's, Thurs day, leaving Friday for he rh'ome in Boston. Cleona Nichols of SI. Johnsbury visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Nichols two days last week. Miss Perry closed a successful term of school Friday for a four weeks vacation and has returned to her home at Cabot. Mrs. Stone has had to give up her work at John McDonald's for a time owing to ill health and is stopping ut her son's; Gugene Stone's. Rev. Glenn W. Douglas of Lunen burg was a visitor in the place Fri day. Mrs. Wilis Emery has been visiting relatives in Barnct for the past few days. Little Verwi Hartshorn is the sick. Dr. French was Monday. Ivan Hartshorn and Guy were week end visitors among at St. Johnsbury, returning Monday. Lilla Hastings of Fitzdale among called Isham friends home visited Mrs. John Folsom Tuesday. Ada Downer of St. Johnsbury is visiting at her brothers, Mr. and Mrs. George King's. James Giant and Mrs. Leonard Is ham were business visitors in St. Johnsbury Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Alphonso Harriman of Dalton, N. H., have returned home after spending several days at the home of their sister, Mr. and Mrs. ). M. Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Andy Connors wcer business visitors in St Johnsbury one day last week. John Folsom was a busines visitor in Newport and Derby last week. Mrs .Frank Downer and daughter Eleanor, of Ashland, N. H., have been , visiting at her brother's, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Bean's, the past week. E. E. Scales, Mrs. George King and Mrs. Fred Whipple were visitors in Concord last wek. , Fred Smith and Harry Steele were business visitors in St. Johnsbury Monday. EAST BURKE Mrs; George Burrington is in Lyn 'niville carinjj for her daughter, Mrs Annie Lang. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Burrington are keiping house for her during her absence. The Ladies' Aid social held Tues day night was well attended and quite a sum was realized. Miss Bertha Welch has been at her home in Lyndonville for a few days with the pripp. Little Glenna Sentabar is ill with the prevailing distemper. f iMrs. Isiah Mathers has returned home after caring for the sick ones at John Fyler's. Walter Hunting of Lennoxville, P. 0-, was it recent visitor at J. C. Lu cia's. Rev. and Mrs. J. Q. Angell spent the day Friday at l,yndon Corner, with her cousin, Mrs. Walter Quim- by. V A TTtYfrlfictnn line Wi rn!4n poorly for several weeks from the ef-i fects of a serious operation perform- ad about 18 months ago,. ' Mrs. Perley Harris was a recent visitor at the home of her cousin, Mrs. Edwin Daniels in Lyndonville. ana tetter eroni v us n firr I'OI SI. Y I Kli TILIZER CO. ' :n'il.l4ttl Kt iiilt-ritiy Co. OB The Willing Workers met at the "Club House" last Wednesday af t( moon. Roland Spencer from St. Johnsbury is visiting his sister, Mrs. Bert Strect er. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dashney, Mr. and Wesley Humphrey, Mr. and and Mrs. Charles Ball were at the Hollow Friday afternoon to attend the burial of Mrs. Wesley Chappell who passed away at her home in Bar ton from pneumonia following in fluenza: Miss Floy Gibson is home from two weeks' vacation from her school in Lyndon. Willie Edmunds, Bessie Warner and Alvah Frceto have been home from the. Institute the past week. Mrs. James Gallagher has been confined to the house the past week with the prevailing distemper. Mrs. Mary Hubbard returned Thursday from Lyndonville where she was called a week ago by the death of Mrs. Fred Taylor. Mrs. Garnet Cass is very sick with pneumonia and her mother from Wy oming has been sent for. Mr. Cass is better. Mrs. James Cass, Jr. and a trained nurse are caring for her. Howard Gorham has btcn suffering with earache for several days but is better at this writing-. Miss Alice Taylor has been quite sick with grippe. John Pierce is gaining quite fast from her serious illness from pneumonia. The Ladies' Aid from the Metho dist church will meet at the Club Building next Wednesday. Harvey Horner is quite sick with the prevailing distemper. Oliver Jenness was in St. Johns bury Center Thursday to visit his daughter, Mrs. Roy Brooks. Oliver Jenness was in St. Johns bury Center Thursday to visit his daughter, Mrs. Roy Brooks. . Myrtie Sullivan came home Wed nesday from her work in Burlington suffering with an abeess in her throat. LUNENBURG Miss Clara Nichols of St. Johns bury came from an over-night visit with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. A. 1). Nichols, and to attend Miss Smith's party on Friday evening, re turning to her work at the Ideal Res taurant on Saturday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dodge of Pet erboro, N. H., are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Ball and other relatives in the village. Their many friends are always glad to welcome them to Lun enburg. Mrs. Prude Woods of Pond Hill was reminded that she had a birthday on Sunday the 2!)th when she receiv ed gifts of flowers and linen from her daughter, Miss Claire and other St. Johnsbury friends. Mrs. Lottie Hartshorn Guilmette died on Monday morning after a long illness. She leaves her husband, Philip Guilmette, 11 children, the youngest only one year old, her moth er, Mrs. Jennie Hartshorn, and sever al brothers and sisters. The fourth entertainment of the Community course was given on Sat urday evening- when De Juc, the Wizard, assisted by Mr. Sunberg, gave one of the most pleasing enter tainments ever staged in this place. Miss Josephine Lougce of St. Johnsbury was the week-end guest of her mother, Mrs. Charlotte Lougee at Wilbur Ball's. Mr. and Mrs. Marsh Pond are the happy parents of a daughter born to thrm on the 27th. Howard. W. It. C. had a capacity crowd at their Washington social at G. A. R. hall on the evening of the 23d. A program of appropriate re citations was given and games of va rious sorts made the rest of the eve ning pleasant. . Ira Carpenter and son, Alton have purchased the Herbert L. Dodge farm in the West Neighborhood from Mur ray Donge of North Troy. The Car penter's do not plan to remove to tho Dodge place permanently but ex pect still to be ot home at the old homo farm where their friends always find a welcome. WEST WATERFORD Mrs. Wentworth that has lived at ! Andrew McKce's since last June went to' North Concord to live with her son, John. Edgar McKce has moved from Lower Waterford to the house known as the Ozro Brown place. Mr. Mc- Kee will work for Andrew McKee. Mosley Lomer? from Kirby has moved onto the Alfred Lyster farm. PASSUMPSIC Mrs. Smith is keeping house for F. W. Converse. Miss Gladys Smith has returned to her home in St. Johnsbury. Joseph McLeod of St. Johnsbury visited his wife at F. W. Converse's Sunday. The infant baby of Mr. and Mrs. Ai Fulford is quite sick with a hard cold. Mrs. Richard Wright is not gaining as fast as her friends would like to have. her. Arthur Ayer was in Sherbrooko, P. Q., last week on business. Lindsay Stanhope, is visiting his father this week in Lyndon. The infant baby of Mr. and Mrs. I.amott was christened Sunday at Notre Dame. Miss Helen Judkins returned t3 her sisters, Mrs. Albert Granger's Tues day night. Mrs. Pocock, who has been keeping house for F. C. McGill went to St. Johnsbury Saturday to keep house for her daughter. V. E. Roberts of East Burke was in town Friday. Several farmers from here attended the creamery meeting at St Johns bury Friday. Miss Margaret Chapman of Peach am has been spending a week with Mrs. Margaret Sawyer. The school closed here Friday for a four weeks' vacation. Lindsay Stanhope is boarding with Mr. a.nd Mrs. Harold Wood SUTTON Mrs. Julia E. Ball passed away Friday evening, Feb. 27, at the home of her daughter, Mrs. E. L. Watson. Julia Peck Ball was born in Lyn don, Jan. I), 1846, the daughter of Orville and Charlotte (Potter) Peck. In 1866 she was married to Silas P. Ball of this town and came to the Ball farm to live and this has been her home ever since. Two daughters were born to them, Mrs. George Gor don and Mrs. Eber Watson, both of Sutton. . Mrs. Ball was a quiet, home-loving woman, devoted to her family and untiring in her efforts to make and keep the home' happy. She was very hospitable as all who have been to her home can testify. Mr. Ball was a member of the Baptist church, the ladies' aid and also of the Red Cross society. since the death ot Mr. Ball in January of I!)16, Mrs. Ball lias kept the home, but part of the time she has spent with her daughter, Mrs. Watson. She has been in poor health for a number of years, but two weeks ago she was taken worse and came to Mrs. Watson's home where she has been most tenderly cared for by Mr. and Mrs. Watson. Funeral services were held Sunday afternoon at the home of E. L. WaU son, Rev. George Chambers officiat ing, and the burial was in the family, lot in the village cemeteiy. There were many beautiful flowers which told plainly oftthe esteem in which she was held and also expres sed the sympathy of the many friends for the beloved daughters. Besides the two daughters she leav es to mourn one sister, Mrs. Mary Whcatley, of East Brookfield, and one brother, C. W. Peck of this town. F. R. Whipple died very suddenly Feb. 28. Funeral services were held Wednesday afternoon ,at the church. The Ladies' Aid served dinner at their hall town meeting- day. Over .$16 was added to the treasury. Mrs. Fred Berry passed away Tues day after several weeks illness of grippe and pneumonia. Funeral ser vices were held Friday afternoon. Mrs. E. L. Watson was in St. Johnsbury Thursday to see her aunt, Mrs. L. C. Potter, who is ill. Mrs. Franklin Berry is sick with the grippe. unaricy r reeto ot mast Burke is sawing wood for Ralph Tumbull. Rev. George Chambers was in St. Johnsbury Thursday. WHEELOCK The worst storm in the remem brance ot anyone living here now came last Friday night and'raged all day Saturday, blocking all the roads. The mail out of the village failed to go out because of the stdrni. No ef fort was made Saturday to break the roads except H. J. Mathewson drove his team through Saturday afternoon, Sunday a force of men shoveled through tho drifts. Monday the road macchinc from Sheffield came down the river road with four horses and at this village four more horses were put on, and eight horses scraped the road through to Lyndon. Town meeting Tuesday passed off without much friction. Nearly all officers are new except those who had been elected for three years. J. P. Rock moderator; Alex Dwyer, town clerk; Geo. Roberts, treasurer; Guy Dresser school director; H .H. Hoff man lister; Alfred Hudson, select man; Geo. Lord, overseer of the poor; J. P. Rock, collector. The ladies cleared nearly $18 for the dinner. Last Tuesday evening the farmers held a meeting at the town hall to talk over the plan to buy the Ply mouth creamery and convert it into u cooperative creamery. J. B. Ripley of Windsor was a business visitor here last week. , Three more new cases of the mumps this week. Miss Kelfeys demonstration which was to have been held last Thursday has been postponed until March 16. Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Dean of St. Johnsbury visited his parents, Mr. last' week Miss Marabee W'illey entertained a few of her girl friends at her 10th birthday last Saturday. Mr, and Mrs. W .W. Sanborn have a niece from Laconia, N. H., visiting them. Geo. Berry and mother, Mrs. Amos Bean, were called to Sutton last Fri day to uttend the funeral of Mrs. Fred Berry. Edson Gilman's family are all sick with the prevailing distemper. No services were held here at the church last Sunday because of the storm. ST. JOHNSBURY CENTER Mrs. George Newell and son, Gra ham, of St. Johnsbury, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cortis Berry, Thursday. Rob Shaw has sold his place to Mrs. Shaw's father, Sherburne Lang, of Lyndonville. The Center school wishes to ex press their thanks to the people for their help in paying for their viciro la. Francis Lewis, Harvey Powers, Milton Miller and Marion Johnston have been awarded their progress pins in Palmer Method writing. Ber tha Mooney has been awarded the Im provement certificates by the Palmer Method, Boston, Mass. I) wight Simpson who has been at home hero returned to his work at Greenfield, Mass., Friday morning. The W C T U will meet at the home of Mrs. M. G. Tupper Tuesday afternoon March 9. William Pease who has been sick with pneumonia died last Tuesday. The body will be placed in the tomb with burial at Island Pond later. Mrs. Herbert Coates was taken se riously ill Friday night with appendi citis. She was taken to Brightlook hospital and an operation performed at once. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Roberts who have spent the winter with a daugh ter in Burlington returned home day, March 5 They will board with Mrs Lula Baker a few days before going to housekeeping.. George Shorcy will spend this week with his sister, Miss Mary Shorcy at St. Johnsbury. The school of the upper grades will not be in session for a few days on account of the illness of their teach er, Miss Etta Folsom. Mrs. Herbert Coates is recovering from an operation of last week. Mi-, and Mrs. T E Wheaton are storing their goods at Miss Mattie Hills. They expect to go to Detroit, Mich., about March 15 for an indefi nite stay if Mr. Whcaten secures work. Mabel Gray spent a part of last week with her grandparent, Mr. and Mrs. L. W Gray. Mrs. Courtney who has been help ing Mrs. L. W Gray during her ill ness has returned to her sons at Lyn donville. Miss Lila Sherburne of St. Johns bury was an over Sunday guest ' of Miss Charlotte Stiles. Tho infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dennie Twombley who has been quite sick is reported better today BARNET Barnct was rcver so storm bound within tho memory of its people. Roads and streets blockaded and front yards piled high with snow, hardly a fence in sight. The rural mail carriers could not go out Satur day on their routes, one of our local doctors was cniio to Peacham Sat urday a. m., and he was four hours getting from Barnet village to West Bamet with his team. Here he was obliged to leave his team and walk on snow shoes the rest of the way to Peacham. He did not get back to Bamet until Monay morning. John Lang who has been sick and confine to his home for the past two weeks is reported much better, Mrs. Fred Quimby was called l.o North Groveton, N. 1L, last Friday by the rerious illness of her father Fred Kay, ard her young s'rter, Irene. Word cr.me here Saturday that her sister had passed away that morning but flat her fah?r was bet ter. Irene had been very ill for more than two weeks with pneumonia. Brain fever and spinal meningitis de veloped and it was moi than her frail constitution could withstand The family have the sympathy of all their friends in this viciiitv in ihe loss of such a child so full of promise, Irene was between 13 and 11 years of age. Fred Quimby has gone to Grove- ton to attend tie funeral. Mrs. Kate Kenney is on a case in Peacham. Mabel Darling is at Benjamin Gad- ley's being unable to rench Barnet Monday morning from Peafham in time for the mail train. She is on her way to Granby, Conn. Dr. Sam Baker spent Saturday and Sunday wth his family here. Town meeting passed off well. The officers elected for the coining year are E. B. Chase, town clerk aud treas urer ; George Winch, overseer of the poor; Wilbur Nelson was the new member ot tne noam ot selectmen ; Charles Choat or west liamet, tax rnllppfm-' listers. T.pnnnvd Phelns. Mclndoos; John Morrill, Passumpsic; Walter Harvey, West Barnet. No man wns found at the meetintr who would take the office of road commis- sioner and the matter was left for the selectmen to eare for and find a man for thai office. Town voted to raise a tax oif $30 on the thousand. Mildred Hall has been confined to her hjme with the grippe. Mifc. Andrew Guthrie and Mr-:, ieny Wallace or iwcmaoes were re-1 M ... J. ..... cenjj visitors at the home of Dr. Haz- and Mrs. W. P. Dean, all of Mrs. Mary Strowbridge of West Barnet recently spent the day with Miss Mary Hoy. Mrs. Oscar Frazier came to visit her brother, John-Lang, recently. . Mrs. I!. N. Gilfillan who has been so ill is improving. Moving pictures Inst Fiiday even ing were very good. Marguerite Clark in Still Water. The telephone girls went to and from their homes to the cent nil office on snow shoes Saturday and Sunday. The Ladies of the W C T U served a fine dinner in School House Hal!, town meeting day and ahout $"() was added to the treasury of that society. Mrs. Beatrice Potts Stanley caive here from her home in Plymouth hist Friday to see her grandmother, Mrs. Sherburn Moore, who is very ill. Mrs. Francis Goodale has gone to Lyndon to be with her daughter, Mabel for tho rest of the winter. Hiram Rows is out again after some ten days' illness. Edward, 12 year old son of F..1. Rowe, fractured one of the bones in his leg while skeeing on a steep hill recently. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Brock are visit ing their daughter, Mrs. Frank O. French in St. Johnsbury. Mr and Mrs. Ira J. Albee went to St. Johnsbury Monday, also Mr. and Mrs. Charles Parker to attend the funeral of. their sister, Mrs. Henry Wilson. EAST BURKE Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Jenkins from Speedwell farm were Sunday visitors at Perley Harris'. Philip Angell is working at Mt. View. Miss Alice Tsv'or who is visiting her sister, Mrs. Charles Knapp has been quite sick for a few days but is better at this writing. Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Kittredge were Sunday visitors at Jefferson Welch's Mr. and Mrs Wilbur King who moved from here t- Newaik last fall are the proud parents of a baby girl born Wednesday, Feb 25 and grand child of Dr. and Mrs. W. F. Bur lington of this place. Garnet Cass and wife, and . four children and Mrs Philo Lang and four children are all sick with the prevailing distemper. Mrs. Gilbert remains quite ill. J. P. Stafford i in quite poor health All of I. W. Hunter's family are confined to the house by the pre vailing distemper. Mrs. Garnet Cass is ill with pneu monia. John Pierce is gaining from his ill ness with pneumonia. Rev. J. Q. Angell was a .business visitor in St. Johnsbury Thursday. L E Stafford and brother, Will of St. Johnsbury were in town one day recently to visit their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Stafford. Philip Angell is working at Mt View farm. Mrs .Mary Hubbard has been to LyndonvilleJ for several days called by tho illness and death of her sister, inlaw, Mrs. Fred Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. John Rosebrooks Mrs. Emma Jenkins, Charlie Knapp, Alice Taylor were at Lyndonville, Thursday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Fred T ' Quite a number from here went to Lyndonville Saturday afternoon to sen the races. Miss Alicts Hyrvey went Thursday to Burlington returning home Satur day night. There was a large attendance out to the 12th birthday of Burke Mt. Grange and the following program was heard: Piano duct, Eva Rose brook and Edni Hunter; reading "So Easy", Bessie Harris; piano solo, Ruth Farmer; tableaux, The Little Ulleaners;" reading, Jennie Gilson; Pexercise, The Little Soldiers' History of the Grange by Mabel Lang; piano solo, Edna Hunter; song, Perley Har ris; encore, Perley Harris; talk on good of the order, Myron Gilson; song, Phil Freeto a"' 1 n, Cole; song by the children. Refreshments of wafers and cocoa was s rved.. Ten charter members were present. D. C. Stevens of Newport was a business visitor in town last week. Hon. E A Darling was a visitor in Boston a part of last week. Mrs. W. H. Gilson was at Bright look Hospital Monday wi- her daughter, Mrs Dennis Davis, who un derwent a serious operation. Her many friends hope for her a speedy recovery. Mrs. J. C. Lucia reecived the sad news of the death of her brother-in-law E A Wilson of Lennoxville, P. Q. last week. Charlie Freeto Is in Sutto'n sawing wood with his gasoline engine for Mr. Turnbull. Albert Chamberlain is working at I. W. Hnutei's Mrs Edwin Hough is confined to the house with the prevailing dis temp"" w" fen- Mrs. Sarah IIOU ndon is with Ball were in her. Mi Suttt the funeral a pt NDS THEM A j ore than he i-eani a suffering fnen J. N. Tohill, lsville, Ind., clerk; write; uffered con- stantl my tl i muscles of by the doc Qund no re- tor fc lief. .tion of a friend ey Pills and beeat ;"immediate- . V. ly." . rheumatic pains, D EVERY- WHE PEACHAM The worst storm in years struck here on Saturday following the thaw of the day befoie ahout 1-1 inches of snow fell and the wind blew a gale all day Saturday and Saturday night. On Sunday the roads were completely blocked but by working most of the day Sunday they were made barely passable for teams. Wesley Threshers family Frank Robinson's family who all been sick are much better. Charles Thresher is now siek and have Mrs. with the same disease. The South Peacham school was closed last week from Wednesday on account of the. illness of the teacher. Miss Glenn Chandler. Ewell's Hollow school taught by Mrs. Patience Nutting closed Wed nesday for a three weeks' vacation, j Quito an exciting time occurred on Monday morning Miss Glenn Chanel- ! lev was on her way to the South j Peacham school When just above the j Alex Warden place in a bad drift they tipped over and the horse ran away. ' A message was sent ahead to stop the j horse, and the McLclIan children run to the top of the hill and stopped it. The team was brought hack to Miss Chandler No damage was done which was very fortunate. Mrs. L. M. Adams has gone to Cor inth nursing. Mrs. Fred Gill and son Frederick of Springfield, Mass., are at Mrs. J. K. Williams'. Harrison McLaughlin who has been very ill with pneumonia and jaundice 'ning. F. B. Allen has been very sick with a relapse of grip. Mr. anil Mrs. Sydney Farrow are both sick. Mrs. Harry Farrow went over to care for them and she was taken with the same disease. Mrs. Tcllier of Groton is expected to come today. The mail from Peacham to Barnet was unable to make its trip Saturday and Warren Chapman was unable to make his trip. Mabel Dai ling who has been earing for Mr. and Mrs. Hunt was called back home to Granby, Conn., last week Vul Jack Hunt has been sent for to come. Mrs. Ernest Miligen is quite sick, also Mr. and Mrs. Frances Somers. Mr. and Mrs. I ewis Douse and Hazel Douse, Carl Somers and Fred Goslant. Mrs. Albert Peak is visiting! her daughter, Mrs. Fred Foan at St. Johnsbury. Ed Thompson of Morse's Mills is filling his ice house from Ewell's pond Fred Goslant finished filling his ice, house putting H 4 .10 cakes instead of 44 cakes as stated in last week's issue. Miss Elizabeth Parker entertained Dca Moses Martin and mother, Mrs. Hannah Martin. Mr. and Mrs. Willi am Martin and daughter, Carolyn and Mrs. Carrie Whitehill at a birthday party, Feb. Miss Winnifred Rogers who was ill with the flu at Springfield, Mass., has got able to return to her home. Mrs. Mary Lamberton who has been at J. H. Craig's since her return from the hospital has gone to her homo at Cabot. Miss Florence Douglas, principal of Peacham Academy is confined to the house. Miss Dorothy Conant On Debating Team The many friends of Miss Dorothy Conant, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David S. Conant of 11 Church St., St. Johnsbury, will congratulate he upon being chosen on the team of six debaters from AVellesley College to participate in the coming intercolle- Championship BASKET BALL GACI Co L of Newport, Vermont vs Co. D of St. Johnsbury AT THE ARMORY, FRIDAY, March 19 at 8 o'clock Admission 50 Cents Including War Tax The line-up Co. L, Newport . Bigelow, rf Kennison, If Aiken, c Mossa, W., rg Hadlock, lg Wells Jones Stevens, Mossa, H. Newport has challenged Co. D to another game to play off tie and to claim the championship of Northern Vermont. Tl think they can heat the home five. Come and see the fastest ga of the season. You will remember the last game with Newport. T one will be a whirlwind. Come and see this wind-up, and lend y support to help your home team win the championship of North Vermont. Dance After The Game Seats to accommodate all. giate debate The woman's colleges participating in this contest are Wellosley. Vassar, Smith. Mt. Holy oke, Radcliffo and Barnard. Miss Co ant is a member of the Junior class at Welleslev. FUNERAL OF MRS. DAY The funeral of Mrs. H::rry M. Day was held at her home on Iioynton Avenue Monday morning at 11 o'clock. Rev. I r F. A. I'oole officiat ing. The friends from LunPnbtil'4 who had planned to attend could not reach here on recount of the storm, but the St Johnsbury fiietuls attend ed, also a number of the members of the Eastern Star, of which Mrs. Day had been a member. There was a pro-, fusion ol beautiful tlornl tributes. Tho bearers were Charles G. Braley, J. H. Brooks. C. M. Berry and Dan T. Gilman and tli; entombment was at Mt Pleasant cemetery. Burial wlil be in the family lot at Lunenburg in the spring. RESTFUL RESULTS FOR MEN Only a person who has experienced that awful "all night" cough . that sometimes follows influenza can ap preciate what a good night'o Ww can be. Mrs. Annie Daviso Myrtle St., Long Beach, Cal. "The result of using Foley'i and Tar was a restful one Foley's Honey and Tar cheel racking coughs; eases wheczj ing; stops tickling in throat raw, irritated surfaces with ing, healing coating. SOLI) 1 WHERE. OUR WANT ADS Encourago your Boy particular about his clol he will take better care of and it w.ii l-j a decided t to you. Here are the kind of c boys like, lively patterns, styles and ati active mole The Boys suits and ovei we sell are made of stout wearing materials they give satisfactory service. Boys' Suits $12.00 to $20 Boys' Overcoats $!).0C $18.00. Boys' MuJinaws, swe gloves and caps. Co-operative Shoes for ; Quaen Quality Shoes fo men. ASSELIN BR( The O Spo CLOTHING and SHI for the game Co. D, St. Johnsb Ashton, Fiske Lanphei Emery Morrison. F CI I f -:' :' 4 . ' 4 ' I'.'l ' . J LJ I i A.