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THE WEEKLY CAtfiDONIN WOKESIXAY! JMaY 26, 1920
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Wholesale and Retail
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Commencing May 20th. These tires are guaranteed
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GEORGE F. CHAMBERLAIN
9 Portland Street
The funeral of the lute Daniel Har
vey was held at his old home at Bar
net Center last Thursday afternoon
and was largely attended by relatives
and friends. Key. Fiances Laird of
West Harriet olliciated. There was a
Rood number of the Grand Army pre
sent. Burial was in the family Jot
at Harriet vilago. The G. A. R. had
charge of the burial service. V. S.
lirock sounded taps.
here. He has bought the shed con
nected with the (). V. Hooker plant
and will start with 'four men. He cx-
i . . I John ;biirv.
Mr s. Alvin Bandy entertained the i
poets to soon have; a full gang f 1(;
men at work on the monumental
work the company has to complete.
The company has been located in
Concord for live years. Difficulty in
getting and keening help and better
freight facilities were jriven by .Mr.
Ollivcr for moving; the plant to St.
pai lor meeting ot tne w . i. u. iu
her homo Thursday afternoon. This j
was u mother'. meeting. The meet- j
ing was in charge of the President, j
Mrs. , Gregg. Refreshments were i
served. ; '
Robert Hawkins is very sick at the
home of Mrs. Ganett. .
The County Convention of the W.
C. T. U. will be held in this village
at the Congregational church next
Tuesday evening and Wednesday ih-
public are cordially invited to attend.
Monday, Mav 31st, will be cele
brated here as Memorial Day. The
Ladies' Society will serve a dinner in
School House hall. The address will " W
be given bv Rev. Frances Laird at the; c'
Congregational church in this village;
ST. JOHNSBURY CENTER
Mrs. Elision Howe of St. Johns
bury vjsiled Mrs. Will Roberts last
Archie Massey who has been visit
ing his parents, Mr. and. Mrs. E. M.
Massey returned to his homo in
Hyde Park,' Mass., last Tuesday. His
father, E. M. Massey returned with
him. Mr. and Mrs." F. H. Gee of
Putney, who have also been guests
of .Mr. and Mrs. Massey returned
home last Wednesday.
Mr;. Addic Page who has spent the
winter with her children in New
Hampshire has returned to her home
ind Mrs. Perley Bacon are the
happy parents of a baby boy born
last Wednesday. Mrs. Bacon and
baby are being cared for at Mrs.
Moo.-e's sanitnrium at St. Johnsbury.
Rev. C. F. Robinson, pastor of the
at two p. m. that day.
Mrs. George I. Brown has roturnei
from a visit to Mrs. Nowell Wood':
in Kycgaie. ti..:.. I T-'irsl re-ip,:ition:il church in Wat
very good all the way. ! ... , .
Miss.Amanda j y. J n, I j; jl',' Mat tic Hill is assisting Miss
X,? on' h, fc,Va,fnhe pTt j Ftt. Fols.m with the upper .ra.ios
" ' ' , , q. Johns- 1 for the remainder oi the year.
Kfy hfwnit nio China. ! Jewell and son. Gra-
Duaij. , ... r. , .m, i hiim nl St Johnshiirv visited her nin-
Ma ne. to malic nor luiuro iiume ...... - - ..
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Cortis Berry a
t of th.j week.
,, - . -LYNDONVILbE
Miss Elizabeth Hills and Mrs. G.
M. Campbell are in Boston, attending
ihe meeting of the Red Cross being
held there. Mrs. H. Dusioii is in the
l.bra y during Misslliils' ab-:enee.
Janes Frejer was in Montpeliei
Frida.v, where he attended a meet
ing of the ijlniners.
The ladies of the Methodic church
held v. salad supper in their vestry
Friday afternoon, which drew a good
i rowd. They served a variety of
. ala Is and scalloped dishs, cukes,
ides, etc., to the satisfaction of all.
J la" soiui-aniiual auction of the
: Rook Club was held Friday evening,
Kith Mrs. W. S. .letters, and tlie
I hooks icud by the members during
j the last six months were sold at auc
! lion, with iiood success, and at good
prices. The new books, which' had
been received, covered .labeled and
j Prepared for circulation, were di tri-
buted at this time, and the list
I titles includes some very interesting
' There was a good attendance Fri
! day at Hie meeting of the I'niversa-
li-t Ladies' Aid .society, held with
' Al fs. L. S. Howe. A short business
! session was held first, at which vari-
ous matters of interest were discuss
ed, bills voted on, etc. It was decided
I to entertain the annua! meeting of
the Northern Vermont and Province
1. 1' Quebec Association of Universa-
list churches, which is to hold its an- !
nual meeting the last of June, prob- !
ably the 28th. Other plans were j
made in regard to the summer's
work. It was then announced that
the nixt meeting of the society would ,
be held in two weeks, with Mrs. Hel- !
en Johnson, to sew. After the busi- ;
ness session, the ladies were remind
ed 'hat this meeting was especially
in honor of one of the oldest and
best-loved members, .Mrs. L. S.
Howe, whose birthday it was, and
who had received numerous cards,
flowers, and other gifts in honor of
the day. The ladies of the society
presented her with a five-dollar gold
piece, and with a host of good wish
es and congratulations. Mrs. Howe
was very much pleased by the tok
ens of the esteem in which .she s
held. All remained to enjoy a social
hour, and a delicious supper, with
chicken patties .salad, hot rolls, cof
fee, and a variety of nice cakes. A
beautiful birthday cake, made bv
Mrs. George Whipple, bore the ini
tials, s. Aj. h., 74, in red candles on i with hi:
white frosting, and tasted just as I .-pendin
delegable as it looked. At a late
hour, all went away, giving Iheir hos
tess many good wishes, and thanks
for a pleasant afternoon.
The Bane Times has the following
account of '.ho Colvin-Campbell
wedding at Montpelier.
A pretty home wedding took place
at 7 o'clock last evening when Miss
Helen Ruth Colvin, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Angus Colvin of Montpelier
was married by Rev. Charles N. St.
John of Bethany church to Raymond
K. Campbell of Lyndonville. The
ceremony took place before an assem
bly of relatives of the contracting
parties. The home was very tastilv
decorated for the event
was attenoed by Miss Elsie Louise
Colvin, her sister, While the best man
was Arthur Burns of Lyndonville, a
college chum of the groom. Miss Jen
nie Bartlett, cousin of the bride, play
ed -he wedding marches.Following the
wedding a reception was given during
which light refreshments were serv
ed. The bride was beconii igl'v gowned
in white satin with silver lace trim
mings and wore a veil .-.et with orange
blossoms. She carried a bouquet of
American Beauty roses. The. brides
maid wore a lace gown trimmed with
yellow ribbons and carried carna
tions. They left last evening for St.
Johnsbury, where they took a pri
vate car for New York, which city
will be included in the wedding trip.
They will bo at home to their friends
after August 1. The bride is a gra
duate of Lyndon Institute, is a regis
tered riuivc and eraduate of Little
ton, N. H. hospital, a. post -graduate
of the Women's Hospital in Nov
York, and was at Heaton hospital
for ,i little while this year. Tlie
groom is in business with his father
in Lyndonville. He is a graduate of
the iphools in that town and ' of
A. H. Walter was taken ill the first
after the play. r -
Haael Bowman, who works at
Thimas Hazel', has been called to
her Lome in Burke to care for her
mo'hei, who is quite ill. .
The men of the Congregational
ehiir.di enjoyed a tine banquet in their
veitiy Thursday evening. There wa;
mu-ie hv the orchestra and speaking
m, r l.'.l Tnxrn vvlin Vl'lVO . Part
wl"C,-r"V he" Stoddard house- 1W. M. , Tapper and family are
since last fall, have gone back to their ; all?n the gam from he,r semus .1
in Penchant for the summer.
Mr. and Mrsi Ira J. Albee were
recent visitors in Lisbon, N. H.
Faithful Horse Killed
In His 33d Year
"Dolly," the black mare that was
so long driven by the late Charles
II Thaver when he was superintend
ent of 'the St. Johnsbury Aqueduct
Company, was killed last week as her
old age 'rendered this necessary. The
horse was :W years old and when she
was three years old Mr. Thayer drove
her from Derby Line to St. Johns
bury, a instance of .".2 miles from
sunrise to sunset. A remarkable fea
ture or' "Dolly's" career was that she
stood for SO years in the same 'barn.
This is ,i record in itself that can
hardly bo duplicated in the state.
Concord Plant to
Move to St. Johnsbury
The Moose River Granite Co. of
Concord will move its plant to St.
Johnsbury on July 1st. W. J. Olli
ver, the head of the concern was in
St. Johnsbury Friday and completed
arrangements for bringing the plant Monday
lies:., the night nurse having returned
to her home.
Miss Jessie Williams of Concord
was a week end guest of M". and
Mrs. Dean Hall.
if:-, and Mrs. L. A. Paouin of
Sto wham, Mass., were the gfests of
Iheir nephew and wife. Mr. and M s.
W. F. Powers over Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Olin Sargent have
moved from their farm they lerei t'v
sold into his mother's house 'i(e in
Foster Butterfield of Springfield,
Vt., pent Sunday with his 'vile at
Mrs. E. M. Massey is spending srv
eial daw with her daughter, Mis.
Ralph Woodward at at. Johnsbury.
Mrs. A. B. Pringle is on the s.ek
list Irdng confined to hrr bed.
Several of our young people trok
an auto ride to Bean Pond Sunday
Fred Powers is working at the St.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Clement nf
North Woodstock visited Mr. and
Mrs. Heivy Davis over Sund-v.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Robert Campbell -e-
turned to their home in ShevbrooKC
of the week and has been in quite'a
serious condition ever since his
throat being paralyzed so that he
cannot speak, and can take but little
nourishment. His daughter,
Cha.lcs Norris, from Maiden, is with
him, coming Tuesday.
M'-s. Belle Silsby Knight has closed
her house on .Church street since the
death of her mother, and with her
daughter Frances returned to Iicr
home in Medford Friday. Thev ex
pect to come back later in the sum
mer. Mrs. Henry Dexter and two chil
dren, from Lowell, Mass., are here
with her father, Hollis Welch, who
is very low from n paralytic shock.
Mr. Dexter has been with hm for
a few flays this week.
A daughter was born Thursday of
this week to Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Ber
nard, living on the Lyndon road, just
below the Broad street crossing.
Dr. Clcon Colby who h: s been
spending several weeks with hi.- par
ents here, left Thursday for New
market, N. H., where he will stay un
til June first with his family. He
then returns to Boston, where he is
taken special treatments for Ihe ef
fects of infantile paralysis. He ha
gained rapidly in the past few weeks
and hopes eventually to be well
The children in the graded school
are to give a concert in Music
Hall next Wednesday evenine', May
2(,. to illustrate the, progress thev
are making in musical studies. Thp
proceeds go to nlayground equipment
and the department of music
An far as we can discover the onlv
dances held in town the past week
were Thresher's regular Wednesday
evening dance, nnd Hennult's on
Saturday. The Cutter. Stock Com
pany gave a good, clean line of plays
eoch evening of the week. ' pleasing
good sized audiences each nigh', and
on Friday evening there was a dance
! after the supper by the Rev
; A. .Martin of St. Johnsbury.
i l'. D. Smith and wife have returned
! from Florida, where they have been ;
, spending ihe winter at Ormond.
i Thu Rev. W. J. MacFailane has
j returned from New York, where he
' has been for about ten days, and
uill occupy hi.- own pulpit next Sun-!
Robert G.iskill has bought a house !
on jj'tichurst Hill, from Scott M.
i Fartium. j
A iVltin Miii.ilinn ii'.i.. r,. I
....nit . ...... . ii ... ..... i,i i (in i; 1
thofu'st of tlie week, and drove lionie
: a new truck which he purchased.
Mr. and .Mrs. G. M. Campbell. Jr.,
! of Springfield. Mass.. were in town
'a 1('W days this wotk, coming from
, Montpelier, where they went to al
; tend the wedding of Raymond Camp
' bell and Helen Colvin.
i Mrs. Lisle Peek, of St. Paul, Minn.,
who has been spending the winter in
Florida, is -making a visit to her
brother, James McLean.
Eli-ha (Jigelow and Will S. Jetfers
went to Newport Friday to be the
j uesis of their friend, Air. Root, at
a dinner party given to his men
friends in honor of his birthday. This
is an annual event of groat social in
terest, and on the present occasion
it was to celebrate the 83st anniver
sary of his natal day.
Mr I'.nuly 1-.. Woodward is plan
ning to give up the apartment she is
occupying in the house on Church
St. which she so recently sold, and
will move into the house with her
daughter, Mrs. Harry Colby, as soon
as necessary arrangements are made.
Mrs. Guyda Comerford has finished
her work in the Edmunds drug store.
A number of the friends of Miss
Phillis LaFiancc met at Mrs. Harold
Shevier's on South street last Friday
and gave the young lady a surprise
"shower"' in honor of an apprqacli
hig nteresting event.
.Miss vtthenne Clarke spent
week end with her grandparents,
and Mrs. Harvey E. Kelsey, on
The Rev. Rutherford Moore
indolph u in town for a few davs,
wile and son, who have been
several weeks with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Jay S. Butler.
They will all return to' Randolph the
last oi' the week.
The Rrv. Edward A. Lewis preach
ed his farewell sermon to the parish
ioners of the Universalist chuich last
Sunday, a-, on account of the Mem
orial Day observances, there will he
no servic; in any of the churches
i.ext Sunday. He expects to join Mrs.
Lewis at Exeter, N. IL, very so n,
having vidted her there hi:.t week.
The church will probably be supplied
during the summer, as no regular
pastor has been assigned. During the
hort time that Mr. and Mrs. Lewis
havct been here, they endeared them-
Tho bride j selves very much to the people, who
sound nnn a most satis'actory
preacher and pastor, and much regret
that he could not remain with this
Memorial Sunday will be observ d
in Music ifall by a union service of
all .iic charches, as usual. The s-?r-
moil is to be by the Rev. H. J. Hin
! man, there will be music by a male
; quartet, and it is hoped there will b
j a good attendance. Monday will be
! t.bseived as Memorial day, and in the
morning the Sons of Veterans and
i Ladies' Auxiliary have charge of the
; exercises, which will be carried out in
I the isual way, the members of the
i patriotic orders, citizens and school
! children, with the band, marching
; from Music Hall to the Center, where j
I the graves will be decorated.. On !
; Monday evening the American 1 e-j
i gion has charge of the program for !
i a camp lire, and is planning a most
attractive program. Among other
! interesting things will be music hy
i the institute orchestra, speaking by
; the Rev, W. J. MacFarlane, and
other good things.
ExcavaUons are beirg marit mi
Churvh street, next to the Edmur Is
block, for the installing of tne new
public sciies, which th" village trus
tees are jjst putting in. Oil has been
.ordered for the streets, but it may
'not be possible to procure it this
Mrs. Lillian Chase and daughter.
Etholynd left here for Boston Satur
day, and started from there Sunday
night for Los Angeles, Cal., whe e
they plan to make their future home.
They were accompanied by Mi-,s
Catherine Emery, who will probably
remain for the coming year.
Two foj'l sales Satu"(iay catered to
the hungry public, one in the Episco
pal Parish House, and one by the Py
thian Sisters in the Grand Army Hall.
In both cases there was not food
enough to half supply the demand,
for of good cooking there is never a
There is a dance in Muic Hall
Thur-day evening, when Henauit's
new five .piece orchestra will play for
the benefit of the American Legion
boys. As with all their entertain
ments, a good time is assured.
The children of the graded school
are verv busy rehearsing for the
Memorial conceit which they are to
give in Music Hall on Wednesday
evening, and will also show the pro
gress they have made in their musical
studies the past year, junder the aide
teaching they have had. i
Fred Leavitt of Greensboro was in
town with his car Sundry, and called
on his friends here.
The ladies of St. Peters' Auxiliary
will have a whist party and social
in the parish house Tuesday evening,
to which their friends aro cordially
Mrs. Lewis Hubur and son, Robert,
have come to join their husband , anil
father, the Rev. Mr. Hubur. who is
the new Episcopal rector. They are
spending a few days nt Charles E.
Willoughby's, while some work is be--ing
done at the rectory, hut expect to
go to housekeeping in a day or two.
Mr. Catherine Bowker, who has
been caring for her aunt, Mrs. F. W.
'j.'?., .mn n !" "-in "
Silsby, during her last illness,
returned U her home in Lunenburg
for te present.
Cards ,ave been received announc
ing the lianiage of .lames is"ii
Dayton, of Georget" n, Ceiin., a
former instructor in Ihe Agricidtinal
School, ni.d Miss Alariorie Pierian
George i ridge, oi Brooklyn, New York
Tnere will be an entertainment
i and social given by tlie pupils of
Last P.ut school at their school 1
l ouse, Thursday evening. June ::. Ad-
Mission 1" and 2" cents, im ludieg
! The Xt!i annual reunion of th( lu
! nior Alumni Association of Cal. Co.
jj'Tuminar -chool' will ! held Tluns-
i.ay, M.iy it. j nauquei will In serv
i ;! 'ii the town hall at S.."(l. The an
i ual bu.'.i'ies.s meeting wiii take place
i t 7.1"i in the audience ro im of the
( omniencement program.
May 21, S.15 p. m. opeietf
Chance": Sunday, Mav 2:S.
baccalaureate sermon. Rev
Warner, Peacham; Tuesday
V-.V ii. in., class day exerci.-
licsa.iy, ;way zt, p. m
game. Wills River vs
Academy; Thursday. May f!7
m., Junior Alumni' hannuet
" nim IIMIMM mill, M , HHUMMq
Mr. ani Mrs. Albeit Peak ef Co,-, -n .... j rK '
;:"H"s:::.:;:::::' NEARLY KILLlD
' Ivivv liuckley ;:ni v :e of Wni,-..;:
ivi-ited at the lloei.i.y ISm-.' Trey . Jfcftored To V,VrM,r. Health By
;:,.e ,e, m.1s lu.nu.Mm.iay , 'FRUt f -A.T1T5" ; 1
I vvksrr W4TKP!;nrn I ; - I
The n.-iejibois of Mr. and M-. U . ! I"n '
Miss D..vi.. and Mis. IV, Ks i.l... ' I
tin- piano, game.- were played ia 'the 1: - ;. '4
i luwa and in t iu- house, lief' -''. nieir..- ; .
I of .an.lwiches. rake and ,-fVe.. v.. i. i 'i Vv fMfli
i Mr. an! ?.5rs. Park, ,xp-ci to move j Wl fffW
I this week. f 'H ' t4
! Ki!u ,eai, ago Mav :'n t;-..-.. wrs Ji$
l"'m.. lt all w, !,' ami j ' " v . ft$
'hi:!".s g-w nicily. jttfTlfc V fffl
.. f: visit..;. in' ir , a'u. 1, er S undW " ' f V I
I'lynamth eiea.nerv truck sl.i.-. ! i L-1J-'
M-iv ! "m J ''''!''' u eollect up -.he m'ik. ' I CHAS. 7. .R
s:''-ed- ' ct .u,oo,,Dv i Fouthr.oy.
tleorei' Rc.nnett h:r. secured '
goo. I position with Mr. ila-tinus of i
Passuippsic and novei! !;is t'ainiiv ,
i there this week. j
I Mrs. Divid Ramage ,uic! her sin,
I Hugh, are the two new one- on tlie ;
I sick list. I
Mi-s Abbie Smith has her hnii-e
on iViain street nearlv ready lor t:i- i
The farmers In thi... .ectiiin are
lair, a ,.v:od aere-'ae of
L. Cusi jvan i : nlan.- j
bus ie .
I' 1 1. m
Aiay h, p. m., gi-aduafon cx-
' rcises, address by Rev. George -.
Martin, St Johnsbury; Friday. M iv
2S, 8 p. m., commencement recept :.):!.
Miss Marjorie Bean of Glover was
a week end visitor at Alex Dwyer's.
L. N. Cree was a business visitor
in St. Johnsbury last Saturday.
Tlie truck which went throueh the
bridge below the village has been
taken out of the river and not much
damaged. A large force of men woi
ed .Minday putting a temporary
bridge across the river for use while
a new bridge is constructed.
Harry Hubbard lost his family i ,y
horse hut week. G. L. Gerrv a'so
iost a good cow the same day.
Bart Whitney was in West Burke
on business last Friday.
Mrs. G. L. Gerry who had a sever-'
attack of neuralgia of the heart and
indigestion the first of last week i
better and is able to be around the
M .-. and Mrs. Fred Barber have
purchased the Cree mansion and l."
acres of find and taken possession.
Mis. J. B. Ripley who has been
here a week getting her goods ready
for removal has returned to her home
Miss Eva Lockli.i of I.vrdon is
working for Mrs. Marion Weed.
Gordon Smith nnd family of Lyn
donville Isitcd their parents. Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Smith last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. George Simpson and
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dooss of Dan
ville were Sunday callers at Charles
Parley Jenkins has moved his fam- i
ily from the Ball house to his father's Gorge Carpenter of North Little
farm in Lyndon and Fred Snelling ton was the guest of his brother, W.
has moved his family to the Ball ; II. Carpenter, Sunday,
house. I Mrs. Gertrude Carpenter and Mir :
I planning -o p
iii-V a hundrei
Mrs. diaries tlwea who
Brightlo)1. hospital is aininj
Ja'lies Heck is walking
stone, sheds at St. John. Im, y.
Mrs. George Wood is ree.
from the injury to her foot
filliping, on a nail.
Mrs. Ella Potter returned
Mas--acl.usetts on Fridav.
George Ma rent to of S. lohii.-miry
hats movol his family to the Sunny
Slope fa'in and will work there this
v. ill 'mow thi.; we i 1; into the house
recently 'lotight by S. J. MeC'innis.
Miss Louise Lock and Miss i.aura
Trembeil returned to theii luere in
J. A. Ramage is planning oxti n
rive repairs on hir. cottage ne:u; i,i
farm this rummer.
Eugene Shasiany and George Ik.b
cock hava been cleaning the ci-me
tery the vast week.
Mrs. W. J. Donagl
her home m the villag,
ed in health.
Miss Helen Dutton
has peen visiting her
iu my si iv.iach,
r.nd 1 li.ii! icr:
pains ia ir.y c
heart became ::
Eiess of bre.i:
kidneys w.i.-: in - .. i
Scanty and .scihli
1 was kuocki d
?iot!iii:;.-. v.hea I
n-'.ivc s' and sen! !'
few and ihouriil,
out like all the oJu-r renin
have tried" bin to lav sureris
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heart b::r:. uh
and an. is. X
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action of n
and p;e,-'.l i
box. ) n :ec
i!:ey v,:.! tu
pladncss. 1 ma, re, laipi-oveiiier: a:
1 continued the a.- . of Trail -a-HVC
(or Fruii Liver Tal h-ts)- v. j'.li t
result Half a durea l.nxes ina.'io
fcv! like a difU-ri'ii! pci'soo'.
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Atdealer-fi-r i,im 7":;t'l T-A-'ilV:
UiuitoU. Oi 1DEN.SBURU, K. V.
.Tosie Carpenter were
friends in Miles Pond ih
George Smith of Barn
Fred King was in Lancaster So'
y retunii'd to
Frederick Ei'i.g and Miss
ir ' aier and .! . s. W. 11,
Elden Jewell an,
George Jewell's ,,y
ee the pictures of the 2(ithd
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ing either gasoline or kerosene)
makes necessary a special oil.
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mend its use.
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and noise, and
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