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The Weekly Caledonian
WEDNESDAY
NOVEMBER 3, 1920
HAVE YOU TAKEN ADVANTAGE OF
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If not, do so now. Over 2000 yards of best quality
Taffetas, Satins, Georgettes, Crepe de Chines. Five '
yard patterns at $1.49 yd
Some cut pieces at 1.59 cents
Extra values in Evening Dresses, Coats, Suits
and Waists.
LEACH & WATERMAN
JUMPS FROM AUTO
WHEN GASOLINE
IGNITES CLOTHING
(Machine Which H. Ycung
Was Driving Crashes
Into Bank
in ii -.js Ac.
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they never :i;kcl
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wl'.ut t hey kIi oil I c!
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His clothes having become ignited
from the scratch of u match upon his
I gasoline covered trousers, Harry A.
j Young of Miles Pond jumped from
I the automobile in which he was riding
j vVith his wife and a party of friends
. and rolled in the dirt in an effort to
j extinguish the flames, while the nia
; chjne, which was traveling at a fairly
i pood rate of speed ran wild for some
distance finally crashing into a stee p
j bank. The accident hapnened while
i the automobile party was enroute to
j Barrc on a pleasure trip. Mr. Youn.r
; was badly burned, but the occupaius
: of the runaway car were injured only
slightly.
Mr. Young ran out of gasoline 0:1
the road and was forced to return
to the nearest garage to secure a sup
ply. He brought the gas back and
proceeded to pour it into the tank oi'
the car. In the course of the operatioi
he spilled a small portion of it on h's
clothes. Mr. Young had just got the
car underway again when he decided
to have a smoke. He drew a cigar
from his -ocket and scratched v.
match on his trousers with which to
light it. As he did so, his clothes
caught fire and the flames spread
rapidly. In an instant the man jump
ed from the seat and into the road
j where he rolled over and over in the
I dirt until ho had smothered the blaze
i but not until he was burned severely
j about his arms and leirs. Meantime
f the machine, which was in first speed,
I continued on, no one in the car
I either knowing what to do or having
1 presence 01 mind enougn to apwy
the brake. The mad dash of the
nvicjiine ended only when ii van up
a b:nik. Fortunatel'v none of the pas-'
sensors received serious injury. The
f'-ont oart of the car was badly r'.am-a.-vorl.
M;';s Annie Daniels who has been
Rrightlook Hospital for a week,
returned to her home somewhat
i.iioioved in health.
BARNET
During the illness of the Rev.
Frances Laird a good many from
Burnet Center parish have attended
church here.
Dr. and Mrs. Charles Harris who
have been visiting relatives here have
returned to their home in Ilvannis,
Mass.
Mi s Kogers and Mi.s Darling
went to their home to spent Satur
clt'v and Sunday.
Preparatory service before Cv.i
munion will bo held at the parsona-c
Wednosrlfiv cvenim.
C. J. Hillard and wife were in St.
Johnbury, Saturday.
The Oid Homestead closed Sunday,
Oct. 31, and will open again in Mav.
Mrs. James Hall, who has brcn
spending several months with her
daughter. Mrs. Oscar Fitlds, in New
port, R. I., has returned to her hov.ie,
in Br.rnct.
ORDER OF NOTICE
LICENSE TO MORTGAGE
ESTATE
i:i:al
HAT. GH
ONE BUTTON
UNION SUIT
works, on the same principle, ft dnen'l ask rwic oilier but
ton to do part of ils duly and trust lo luck lluit it dues. Hut
that's just what happens when you li.v. " n row of time or
moW buttons, mid the result is.4in):ie pulling in some places
with unnecessary gapping and wrinkling in others.
There's none of that in the Mulch Oiir-lliitton L'nion Suit.
It's the successful grinnent of complete underwear satisfaction
one smooth, even (if from neck to knee ormiklc. And only
one button, which seldom if ever needs attention, instead of
a whole row f buttons and buttonholes always in need of
repair.
Stfp in our store today. We have the Hatch One-Button
Union Suit in a wide variety of materials, weights and prices.
STATU OF VERMONT, District f
Caledonia, ss:
The Probate Court within and f 1
the District of Caledon'a.
To all persons interested in the es
tate of Mary M. Hastings of St.
Johnsbury in said district.
GREETING:
Whereas, application in wri'iu t
hath been made to this Cou t by the
guardian of Mary M. H stig;, foe
license to mortgage the whole rf t'v
Real Estate of said Ward, to-wit:
the three tenement house at No. 31
Cliff Street nd cornering Roascvlt
Avenue; also a parcel of land, four
rods square, with cottage house
thereon on Roosevelt Avenue, also
house at 46 Soring Street and corner
ing Roosetvelt Avenue; all situated in
the Village of St. Johnsbury in th"
County of Caledonia and Stale rf
Vermont, representing that it would
be beneficial to said Ward and her
estate to mortgage sa:d Real Estate
for the purpose of paying debts,
taxes, and expenses of repairs and
improvements of the property of sa d
Ward, now due, or soon to become
necessary.
Whereupon, the said Court, ap
pointed and assigned the 5th day of
November A .1)., 1020, at the Pro
bate Office in St. John?burv in ,'a d
district, to hear and decide upon sa'd
application, and ordered that pub ic
notice thereof be given to all persons
interested therein, by pub'ishing this
order three weeks successively in the
St. Johnsbury Caledonian, a news
paper published at St. Johnsbury 'n
said district, which circulates in the
neighborhood of tho.-a prsons inter
ested therein; all of which publica
tions shall bo previous to the tim; ap
pointed for the hearing.
Therefore, you are hereby notifi d
to appear jiefore said court, at the
aforesaid, th'n and
thr
X
The annual business meeting of the
Woman's Missionary society was h: Id
at the home of Mrs. E. B. Cha e
Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Chester
Somers was clrct' d president f r the
1 coming year Mrs. Chase who has
most faithfully served this soctty fori time and nlace
fiv4 years as its president iuse I to1 there in said court, to object, to
serve any longer. Mrs. Arthur l,rei"
was made vice-president, Mrs. E. B.
Chase secretary and treasurer, w.'rk
committee, Mrs Flint, Mrs. Annie Gil
fillan, Edith Wallace. The soe'ety
closes its books with apportionments'1
paid ior the year and put a bt i.i
the treasury.
Hardy Bishop of Woodsville was a
recent business visitor in town.
James Smith of Groton has been
a recent visitor in Br.rnet.
J.IJ. W. Beattie of Woodsvill'! was
in town recently.
Mr. and Mrs. Benj. Gadlcy were
recent visitors at Wilfred Amklon's
in East St. Johnsbury.
Laura Dow who was a recent vis
granting of such license, if you tee
cause.
Giycn undo rmy hand at. St. .Tohns
Iwry, in said district, this 14th dry of
October A. D., 1J20.
WALTER V. WESLEY.
C Oct 20-27 Nv a Judga
You Aire Toipedi off
That we are selling 50c Outing Flannel for 29c. Also tfcat we are
selling Lockwood -10 in. Cotton at a special low figure. Even if
we are selling $3.50 Biunfyets, 68x76 size for $2.69 it will interest
you now to find we have made some wonderfully low prices in
Wool Goods. While this applies to Coatings, Suitings, Serges,
etc., we will mention one special only, 56 inch Tweed all wool
special. Formerly $1.50 Our price $1.69 yard
ESTATE OF ORMAN V. HOOKER j
STATE OF VERMONT
Court
for
COMMISSIONERS' NOTICE
ESTATE OF
W ILLARD P. BRICKETT
The undersigned, having been ap
pointed by the Honorable Probate
Court for the District of Caledon'a,
Commissioners, to receive, exam'ne,
and adjust the claims 'd demands of
nawnnu no-ninet tlio .ufnfo nf Wil-
itor to the home of her mother, Mrs. ! lard P. Brickett, late of Danville, in
Charlotte Dow has returned to Lyn-' said district, deceased, and all claims!
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Differences
Any of our salesmen will hp HnH
differences that distinguish
ADLER-ROCHESTER
Suits and Oveacoats
the Inevitable choice of American Gentlemen every
where $95 nn in. a nn
CITIZENS D;NK BLOCK , ST. cJOIINM3URY" t.
ACi l&u a second hand power
curb. A. w. Elliott, Morgan Center,
Vt. 2 t R
FOR SALE Drivin g horse, weighs
bout 900. Frank E. Lucas, Center
Road. ltR
WANTED
' Man or woman to act as special re
prsentative collecting, inspecting.
tc - saiary jpnu.uo monthly and
commission. Position petrmanent,
firm who will open business here and
throughout Vermont soon. Also
spare time man or woman to work
under special represen'ative tme
hours daily. Salary $40.00 monthly
and commissions. Cash bond requir--a
for both positions. Address Dept.
N-l, P. O. Box No 22, Burlington,
Vermont. , It Oc 27
BUTTERFAT brings money. Breed
Jerseys. Registered Jerseys bulls for
sale from a high testing breed. Old
Proctor Farm, Lyndon, Vt. It wky
WANTED Two farm hands, $100 a
month and board. Wilbur Nelson,
ifarnet. 3t
FOR SALE Wood lot, belonging to
the late B. C. Woods, containing 33
acres, well wooded, also 1 horse sled,
1 wheelbarrow. 1 driving wagon, 1
work harness, etc. For particulars
call or phone 73-33. 3t
J"OR SALE Fashionably bred reg
istered Airdale pup. Five months old.
Allen H. Atkins, Hardwick, Box 413.
Wkly
don Institute.
I Gladys Hooper and Barbara Mov
j gan were recent visitors in St. Johns
I bury.
I Walter Carpenter spent Sunday in
Groton.
i Mrs. John Roy of East Barnet was
: a recent visitor at Mrs. Julia Roy's.
Mr. and Mrs. Baker of Bradford.
Mass., are visiting at Albert Farns-
worth's.
Warner Chapman and party who
have been deer hunting in northern
New Hampshire have returned home
and report not the best of lAck but
nevertheless they brought home four
deer.
Ral"h Barker is working in Roy's
factory at East Barnet.
Last Sunday was a busv day at
the "Old Homestead. 18 taking din
ner there. Among the number were
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mackinnon, Mr.
and Mrs. .Tacnues, John Oaike, Mr.
md Mrs. Farnhar-i. of St. Johnshm-v.
J. C. H. Dowirk of Rhode Island. Eva.
, Leslie and Rnlnh ''ailimr of Woods
I viPe and T.r,'' - Abri '" Isabel
i Nelson of Kmvl v. The "Old Hoip-
stead will c'"-' he la-t, d '- of Oct.
i ober. Mrs. P"-ifford renorts n "nod
I season and will open aain next Mav.
I After the p'osing of thp house, Mrs.
Snafford will go to Orleans for a
short stop and then to Washington,
I). C, for the winter.
Charles Pike nicked more than a
nint of r'')e rasnbovries a week ago.
He said ho eo-dd have found more
if he had had the timp to snend.
Fred Ka'r and daughter, Delia, Mr.
and Mrs. Bean. Mr. Rich of Grove-
I ton. N. H.. and On-en Quimby . of
Kant, imi in kih.
Fred Quimby's.
Miss Taisev of Montpelier is visit
in" friends in town.
Dorothv Baker, of Woodsville. wo
ha been ill at her grandfather, L. E.
Gi'fdlan's. is impvovin.
Mrs. Frunees Goodnlc has gorp to
Lowell, to visit her daughter, Mrs.
Beni. Bui-rott.
Mrs. Farrow, who has been spend
ing some time with her sister, Ms.
Ooodale Ins returned to her home in
Springfield.
Mis GladvHooppr. who has her
working n the teleDhone central of
fice fur tb i"st tvi vrfpksi. has re
turned t.o her home in Gitoton.
FraH' o. p'rp""1! pf St. ."ahnsbury
srp-t Sn"d"''-"'t W. 5 Rro"'-''-'.
Sevprnl ""d thp pipl'op Tip.
snnner at M"Indoes and North Mon
ro" last week.
The yiing neop'p pp'ebrited 'Tal
lnvo'en SntuHav nirht bv sevpnad;"-'
and a jack o'lantern procession No
harmful mischief was indulged in. 1
exhibited in offset hereto, hereby give
notice that we will meet for the pur
pose aforesaid, i't his late residence
in the Town of Danville, in said dis-j
Irict, on the 13th day of November, i
and 12th day of March, next, from 1 1
'ciock P. M., until 1 o'clock P. M., on j
cacli of said days, and that six months
from the 18th day of September A.;
1)., 1920, is the tirtw limitcdby said
court for said creditors to present
their claims to us for examination
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j7ULed ai j.'ciiiviiitT, iiMjr vi I
September A. I)., 1!)20.
CLAYTON C. FARRINGTON,
GILBERT S. HASTINGS.
C Nov. 3-10-17 Commissioners.
The Honorable Probate
the District Aforesaid:
To all persons interested in the
estate of Orman V. Hooker, late of
St. Johnsbury, in said District, de
ceased, GREETING:
WHEREAS, said court has assign
ed the Sth day of November next for
examining and allowing the account
of the Executor of the estate of said
decea , ed, and determining amount J
of taxes, if any, and for a decree of
the residue of said estate to the lawful
j claimants of the same, and ordered
that public iotice thereof be given i
to all persons interested in said cs- j
tate by publishing this order three i
weeks successively previous to the
day assigned, in the Caledonian, a j
newspaper publisher at bt. Jolins
bury in stiid District.
THEREFORE, you are hereby no
tified to appear at th? Probate Office
in St. Johnsbury in said District, on
the day assigned, then and there to
contest the allowance of said account
if you see cause, and to establish
your right as heirs, legates and law
ful claimants to s: id le-Vt'.e.
Given under mv bund, this !!,'th day
of October A. I'.. I!2(t.
WALTER W. WELY, Judge.
C: Oct. 20, 27, Nov. 3
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION
Notice is hereby given that the
partnership heretofore subsisting be
tween us, Charles B. Carr and Ray C.
Palmer heretofore carrying on busi
ness as co-partners at St. Johnsbury
in the Cwunty of Caledonia and State
of Vermont, undc the firm name and
style of The Caledonia Garage, has
been dissolved' by mutual consent as
! and from the 27th day of October,
! so far as concerns the said Ray
i C. Palmer, who retires from said firm.
All debts due and owing to said late
I firm will be received and paid fespec
j tively by Charles B. Can-, who will
continue to carry on said business.
Dated at St. johnsbury, this 27th
! day of October. A. D. 1920.
CHARLES B. CARR,
RAY C. PALMER.
R 2wks Nov 3 and 10
Dog Wisest Anlnal.
Experiments place the (log first
the order of animal wisdom, il
the monkey, then the horse.
I RESOLUTIONS ON THE DEATH
OF SISTER- BOYCE
Whereas the Supreme Ruler of
the Universe has seen best to take
from our Temple a Sister, Augusta P.
Boyce, beloved by every member, one
who was an earnest worker and ever
read to do her share to aid each
Sister and promote the general wel
fare of our Order.
Resolved that" we extend our heart
felt sympathy to her loved ones and
commend them to the care of the
Great Ruler of our Heavenly Temple
where parting is known no more for-
eN" ETTA M. NUTE,
MARY SOMERVILLE,
LILLIAN MCGILL.
Mot a Graceful Stunt.
From n Story Her breast leaped to
lnr thront at sight of lilm, lmmacu.
hue. debonnlre and young. Boston
Transcript.
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T!ip i."t!H' ;i! lb" l'"
of ilir i'.ir-ii-sliiii- mm
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and In iimn.N !'i. ii-. ii "
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shoes Cii;ei'iNl mir : l:i
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loor.
ALUMINUM
This is aluminum week. In all the papers and
magazines you will read about how to make the
home more attractive by the use of "WEAREVER,"
bright, shining, dishes of every description.
Listen ! The following is an extract from a let
ter just recently received from a satisfied customer
in New York city, dated October, 1920.
"The aluminum came today and makes our kit
chen step into the Astorbilt class. It is positively
handsome and we have already hung it up so it
shields the dusky colored tins in back, and when you
open the closet door all you see is a flash of silvery
light. I feel like a good housekeeper just to look
into that closet."
Now just to show our appreciation of your co
operation in our last sale, and the good business we
have had ever since on ALUMINUM, we will for this
week give the same discount, that is, 20 per cent
from the established prices on this whole line. Step
in atyi examine the goods.
Yours for an Attractive Home,
THE PECK COMPANY
RANDALL'S DEPARTMENT STORE
WHAT ABOUT COTTONS?
Sale 25c yard
Sic 29c yaid
Sale 30c yard
Sale 29c yard
Wc are letting out this week
LOCKWOOD COTTON
40 inch Unbleached
PRU.IT OF THE LOpM COTTON
;;C inch Bleached (high proce 55c yd)
BERKLEY CAMBRIC
CO inch (high price C5c yd)
HOPE CAMBRIC
CO inch (high price 50c)
BLEACHED COTTON
Parts of Webs, 4 well known makes (high price 50c yd)
Closing 25c yard
PERCALES
New lino high grade, 3G inch, Navy, Grays and Lights
Sale price 29c yard
ONE LOT PERCALES
Light Grounds, 8 or 10 pieces ' Sale 25c yard
HUCK TOWELS
Another lot, size 15x25 (last lot was 15c) This lot 12 l-2c each
Lower Prices
FRIDAY and SATURDAY
$15.00 Bench Wringers V
$13.50 Bench Wringers $10.!
$2.25 Splint Clothes Baskets
98c Zinc" Wash Boards t 6!
$3.00 Mop Wringers
69c Jap Coal Hods 4!
$4.50 Copper Bottom Wash Boilers ' $3.(
$2.75 Clothes Horses 52-
$1.00 Wood Kim Ash Sifters &
$7.50 Children's Desks
$3.50 Kiddie Kars $2-J
$1.50 Large Moulding Boards
40c Brush Brooms 21
Special Sale of Mixing Bowls Uiis week
E. N. RANDALL & CO.
77 and 81 Railroad Street
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