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CALEDONIAN-RECORD MONDAY, JUNE 28, 1920
LAST GALL
Store io he Vacateci Wed.
June 30th
Ali Merchandise now in Stock vil be sold at iast
big slash in prices. Big savings on clcan up to date.
Merchandise, Men's Suits, Men's, Boys' and
Children's Overcoats, Hats and Caps, Collare, Neck
wear, Sweaters, Shoes.
There are stili many very attractive bargains in
Ladies' Boots, Oxfords, and Pumps, Misses' Boots,
Oxfords and Pumps; Children's footwear of every
description. Our Men's Department has a very at
tractive assortmcnt of Packard, Barry and Educator
Shoes. Ali on late models.
Rcniember you pay Icss than loday's wholcsale pvicc
Remcmbcr this is an opportunity you may nevcr
have again. Don't blamc us if you fa il to profìt by
reason of the low prices we are mailing
ItEMEMBER that only four days remain, Saturday,
Monday, Tucsdaynnd Wedncsday
The Amos W Scott and Co.
ST. JOHNSBURY, VERMONT
ST. JOHNSBURY BUSINESS DIRECTORY
J. M. SWAN & SOX
GENERAL CONTRACTORS
Calderwood Bld. Tel. 438-M
Dunnett, Shiclds & Conant
LAWYERS
Tel 65 St. Johnsbury, Vt.
UÌL DALE S. ATVVOOD
OSTBOPATHIC FHYSICiAfl
Qtteeni Bank Boilùiiìt
Vj Appolnt-neiit
Tran e Fitteli fo ftantwv
DR. W. A. GAG E
CHIROPRACTOR
Spinai trouble a specialty. Office
houra 2 nntil 4 every afternoon.
Monday, Wednesday aDd Friday bto
fiinff, 7 unti 8.
Calderwood Bìdg., Phone 658-M
G. C. FKYE
LAWYEP
Cititene Bank Building
St. Johnsbury. Vt TeL 29&-M j
LAWYERS
Citizens Bank Block
St. Johnsbury Vermont
Ai. a. LlAftKUSS
Kyes Examtned Gla&scs Farolahed
SPECIALIST IN OPTOIJETRY
St. Johnsbary, Vermont
MHIRCHANTS BANK BLOC?
DR. J. D. BACHANi)
DENTIST
PvthjAfì Building, St. Tohnsburv
li. FRANK HARRIS
TEACHER OF PIANO
Pythian Building. St Johnsbury, Vt
T. R. STILES, M. D.
Office in Merchants Bank Block.
Office Ilours: 10 to 12 a. m., 1.30 to
4.00 p. m.
Rheumatism, Asthma and diaeetM
of lungi
DR. F. O. MOORE
DENTIST
Calderwood Building, 42 Eaitern Ave.
St. Johnsbury, Vermont
Office Hours 912. 1.805.
Phone 809
II. W. CONLY
Heating and Plumbing. Hot Air
Furnace Work a Specialty.
12 Portland St., St. Johnsbary
Tel. 251-11
THE COWLES PRESS
PRINTERS OF EVERYTHING
Stationery, Post Carda, Dainty
Thing3 for Ho'.idavs and Birthdayj.
MAPLE GRÒ VE CANDIE3
R3-R7 Faste Atb.. St. John?bnrr
IH UtltJ
I tnarantee erery ìtzm I 5ì
to hold the ruotare perfect
ly, to be easy and comu'ori
able, to Erre complete satla
fuction In eery way.
WEI.COM 8. B. SASTMAN
J. ARON
Junk Dealer
2c for rags, 5c for rubbers, 40c for
papcr, 50c niagazines. AI.ìo highe-st
prices ali kinds junk.
5 F,ly Street Phone 564
C.F.BOVNTON, Abciii
PHOENIX MUTUAL LIFE
INSURANCE CO.
Citizens Bank Block
81. Johnsbury. ? Vermont
AUTO SERVICE
Cari D. Hopkins ives you the beat
of servire. Largo comfortabln cas.
Mountain trips a specialty. f-'p c',;il
service for wcddmjis funcral.s and
other pccasion.?. Phone GaraL-e 703.
or 1.15-W.
PUBLIC AUTO
Special Httontion to town calls.
Price3 reasonable for lon drives.
Phone Avcnup House, 4d2. 1S1-M or
house, 212-VZ. P. J. Martin, St.
Johnbury, Vt.
FILMS DEVELOPED AND
PRINTED
Grod Work Prices Reasonable
Leave at EDMUNDS' DRUG
STORE, Lyndonvillc, or send to
HATT AND HARRIS,
Lynrlon Center, Vt.
The Cozy Furniture Store
Dealer in sccond-hand Furniture
Stores bought, sola and exchanged
N. DUMAS, Manager
Phone 679-M 84 Eastern A vero.
The JStrongest inMirance ìd
the World
18 WR1TTEN BT
The Crawford Ranney
Agencv
G. H. Merrill M. "L Underwe
Pythian Building
1F YOU WANT
Monumenta and Marker
Cali to G. E. Veilleux Granite Co,
where you can see the work U iKrt
up before you buy. The show rooir
is opposiCe the Passergér Station, St
Johnsbury. VermoDt.
joht; f. hinch
Special Ageni
New England Mutual Life Ins. Co
of Boston
te E. Ave., Calderwood Ballon g
Tel. 495-M
FRANK B. JACQUES
Superintendent
MetropoLtan Idfe Insurauc C.
New York
Oice In Citizens Bank Bìoct
JAMES B. CAMPBELL
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Vi. Eastern Avenne, St Johnsbnn
Tel. 661-M.
Porter, Wilters & Longmoore
ATTORNEYS AT I-AW
Citizens Bank Building
8t Johnabury, Venuont
THE GEORGE P.MOOR?
INSURANCE AGENCY
Insurance Any Kind
26 Eastern Avenue
C. B. CHASE
Bicyclcs, Guns, Sportine Good3
94 Railroad Street
FIRE, LIFE, ACCIDENT
INSURANCE
Automobile Fire Insurance
IMPEY AND CUMMINGS
Provident Life Mcn
3 PortIa7id Street. Erunelle Block
St. Johnsbury Lrundry
Fully equipped to tj everything li
the Laundry line. AJho one day
worL Office and work3
BAY STREET
St. Johnsbury. Tel. 229-1
Richaidson'sToiIet Pallori
nainiressing, Face and Neck Mas
sage, Scalp and Fair Treatment.
Children's Haircuttinc:, Manicure.
Tel. 533-W
PYTHIAN BUILDING
GUY
W, HILL
Lawyer
Johnsbarv Vermonf
st.
St. Johnsbdry Inn
Railroad Street. Steam heated roow.
First-class Board.
JONES & WATSON. Proprietor
PALRÌER BROS.
Try Clcaning, Dyeinjj and Repairin
78-80 Eastem Ave.. St. Johnsbury, Vt
Ilelianco Electric Company
IVIcpho'no CI'H-M
St. Johnsbury, Vermont
Hcat, Liirlit and Power Wirin.
S. R. CARTER V. R. KKRR
"RALPIIPRWÈNCI7
Tuninjf and Repairinp Tiano:), Organs
and Player I'ianos.
Telephone 4Ó2-J
FIRST CLASS
"PIIOTODEVÉLTOPING
land l'rintin. Leave your films ar
Briprham's Prue Store, Paino's Candy
JKitchen or J. A. McLeod's. 15 North
Avenue. McLEOD & K1LLELEA.
TìLLds -friend; Aro I
DUDS keeps on tclling his
friend about our Mr. Suds and
the wonderful work we do in
laundering up the Dud.s' fam
ily's clothes. He says our
prices are less than reasonable
and that we "do up" household
linens with as much care as we
do his shirts and collars.
LOOK FOR SUDS & DUDS
BOWLING AND
BILL! ARDS
Soft drinks, cìgars and
cigarettes
Steam-heated rooma
JOS. McCAFFREY
92 Railroad Street
Wood For Sale
By A. .A DANIELL of
WEST DANVILLE
delivered at
ST. JOHNSBURY
a cord or $16 a load
BRAKEMEN
Wanted: "Yard Brakemen,
Frieght Brakemen, for ser
vice at Maybrook, N. Y., 8
hour day.
Permanent Positions
Apply N. Y., N. IL & H. R.
li., Co., Room -159, South Sta
tion, Boston.
Farm for Sale
One of the best and mo.st beauti
ful farins in VciTnont, ?i mile fro:n
Iur. ville Green, 240 acres land, divid
ed in liliale, pasture an-,1 timl)cr lo,
'ood soil, smooth level ficlds, m
.iti.c.;, manif.cfnt niclcrn buiKlinj;.-;,
tv,j hou.H's clcctric li;hts, three bath
meni, villace water, nice porc!i,
l;.vn and shade trees. Modem barn
for 50 cows, clcctric lirhtcd, two
t-ilo v, buildins eli in first class cor.
di'.ion, woulil cost thirty .thousand
(h.llars to build them today. Price of
l'inni almost half that amount. Wrile
or tuo A. li. Dow's Agcncy, St.
Johnsbury, Vt. Office over Bailey's
Music Rooms.
Help Wanted ì
Both Men and Womcn. Stcaly
work. The work for Women is on
small Boxes, also, Veneer. Pay $2.30 ;
per day. Hours 6:45 to 5:18. One i
hour out for dinner. Saturdays mill '
closes at 12 M. Any employee who i
has worked time as above, 53 hours,
wil be paid for 54 hours, a full week
and 10 per cent extra bonus added to
their pay. Work for Men is handling
Lumber, manufacturing Piano Backs,
Sounding Boards, and Veneer Work,
also, several Butter Tub Makers,
Day or Piece Work. Sanie hours and
bonus as paid to women. Pay de
pends on a nian's ability and position
he is capable of filling. Ovcrtime pay
is time and a half. Cali and see us.
TUE E. L. CHANDLER COM
PANY, ORLEANS, VERMONT.
Knìghls of Pyihias
Rcgular meeting jf Ap Ilo lodge,
No. 2, Tuesday evening, June 2'.), at
8 o'clock.
n. C. Ingersoll, C. C.
il. C Abbott. K. R. 2.
PASSUMPSIC LODGE, F. & A. M.
Regular communication Thursday
evening, Julv 1, at 7.30 o'clock.
Arthur L. Graves, V. M.
Fred II. Dolloff, Scc.
Palestine Commandery, No. 5, K. T,
Stated Conclave. Tuesday evening,
July 20, at 7.30. A good attendance
is desired.
Bernard A Johnson
E ra. Com.
Arthur M. Lang
Recorder

LYNDON VILLE
Commencement week at the Uni
versity of Vermont is drawing an
unusual number of our people, who
aie interested in the Taduates. Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Lynch and Miss Al
lis Harvey are there to see Franklin
Lynch take his degree as a mechani
cal engincer. He has secured a good
position in Poughkeepsie, N. Y., and
will go there the first of August. Mr.
and Mrs. Piescott Moore and Mr.
and Mrs. Hiram Tripp pò over to at
tend the graduation of their brother,
Porter Moore. whose parents also ro
from Newport. Jerome Fitzpatrick
attcnds his brother, James Fitzpat
rick's matriculation. Other L. I.
graduates are Loren Elliott of Bar
net, and Harley Leland of Orleans,
who recently married Miss Hazcl
Gates of West Burke. Both Mr. and
Mrs. Leland are L. I. Alumni and are
spendine their ho'neymoon at his
commencement.
George Cusson who is a medicai
student at U. V. M., has rcturned
home for the summer.
Mrs. Josephine Wildcr is at home
from New Hampshire, whcre she has
been spcnding a few davs, and was
accompanied by her sister, Mrs.
Clara Smith, and children, Mr. and
Mrs. Scott Russell, ali of Littleton.
Miss Leone Gaudetto has been
spendine a few days recently with
friends in Concoid and Boston.
The children of the Congrcgation
al Sunday school enjoyed an old
fashioned and delightful picnic in
Mr. Whipple's rove Thursday af
ternoon, with plenty of good eats,
and the most favorable kind of
weather.
Mrs. Harry W. Tempio and little
son, who are stoppini; with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Barber, at
East Burke, were in town the last
of the week, calling on her sister,
Miss Flora Barber.
About 35 of the friends of Miss
Beatrice Ouillette "ave her a very
pleasant shower at the home of her
sister, Mrs. Albert . Croteau, last
Thursday evening. The event was a
complete surprise, and the young
lady was delighted with the gather
ing, and with the many gifts, both
beautiful and useful, which her
friends brought in honor cf her ap-proachin"-
wedding. Cut glass, Silver
and household linen, beside many
aiticles in Pyrcx and others useful
for the household were presented. Ice
cream and cake were served, and a
pleasant social eveninqr was spcnt.
Miss Ouillette was married in St.
Elizabeth's church at an early hour
Monday morning, to Harold Blake,
an ex-service man and now a railroad
employee.
1 lodge and Watson have reccived
thf ir new motor hearsc, a large and
beautiful specimen of the makers' art
and will use it in the future, wherever
the decoased profers this method
of precedure to the "long home."
Friday was the officiai opening day
at the Boulders, at Willoughby
Lake, and both weather and other
circumstances combined to make it
a grc.it success. About 40 people
from bere motored over to enjoy a
delicious six o'clock dinner, besides
the usuai transicnt tradc. The house
open under favorable auspices, with
Miss Alice Bancroft in charge, and
as soon as the new pavilion is open
ed, which will be in a short iimc, the
lake wiìl prove as always a most de
lightful destination for those in
. e;u'ch of rcst, refreshnients and
l:ca.-ii:-e.
Vif:-. Emily Woodward passed the
771Ì! milestone in her earthlv journey
Sj.iday, and the ladies of the Univer
salist Aid Society, remembering this
fact, thought it would be pleasant to
make her a little visit on Saturday.
About '20 were present and the oc
casion, which was a suvprisc to the
hoste. s was thoroughly enjoyed. The
vi.-itors brought their own refresh
men's, salads, san.hviches, olives, cake
Members of Co. D
Attentici! !
You are hereby given final notice that the provisions of the
Sixty-First Artide of Wt.r will b rigidly enforeed hcrcafter.
This article provides that for each unauthorized absence from
Drill, Armory Instruction, or Indoor Target Practice, a Private may
bc fined $3.00 and a Non-Commissioned Officcr $4.00, or the Sum
r.iary Court may award confinement in lieu thereof at the rate of one
day for each dollar.
Hereafter, every infringement of the above Artide of War will
be brought to trial.
STEWART CHENEY,
Capt. Commanding.
We can use several men to good advantage in
each of the following positions:
Machinists Blacksmiths Tool Makers
Painters Millwrights Wood Pattern Makers
lIelal Pattern Makers Mouldera
We can also use several women in our machine
departmcnt on light machine work.
E. & T. Fairbanks & Co.
St. Johnsbury, Vermont
Employment Dept. . ' .
and coffee, ali very delicious. Num
erous cards and flowers were present
ed the lady to be honored, and she re
ceived mbany good wishes for a great
number of 'future birthdays.
George Shorey, who had a slight
shock last week, is a litlle more coni
fortable but stili a very sick man.
Mrs. Shorey who has been failing in
health for some time past, is- also
worse, and each of them is under the
care of a trained nurse, besides the
hclp of the "housekeeper, and the
son and daughter.
Mrs. Schofield is at West Lebanon,
N. H., for a while, with her sister,
Mrs. B. F. Eaton.
Miss Velma Darling returned Fri
day from New York, whcre she has
been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Webster
for ten days. She carne to Boston,
and joined Miss Flavia Folsom, who
carne home that day from the Cam
bridge school, whcre she is fitting for
college.
Mr. and Mrs. II. W. Lyster and
Miss Ray Dunn started Friday on
their journey to Vancouver, through
the Canadian Rockics and home by
the way of the Yellowstone Park.
Mi. and Mrs. H. C. Ledyard and
Cornelia, who have been here with
fiiends for a few weeks, Icave Tues
day for San Diego, Cai., where thoy
will make their home at present. Mr.
Ledyard is taking up Americanization
work, and will work among the
foreign men in that citv. teaching
them the English language, customs
and other thing advisable for them to
learn.
Bert Hines is painting his house,
terra cotta with white trimmings.
This is literally true, for so many
other people tired of the high nrices
and difficulty in getting labor, he
has taken the paint brush in hand,
and is doing the work himself after
he gets out of the shop. Perhaps he
has contributerl an idea to the solu
tion of tome of the nresent labor dif
ficulties. The Universalist Ladies' Aid
Society wi'l mect with Mrs. L. S.
Howe Wednesday of this week, to
sew on r.prons for the fall sale, as
there are many orders, and quite a
lot of work is cut out and to be com
pleted. The villane fathers ave having new
sidewalks made on Park Avenue,
where the walks have been in the
worst condition o late years.
CHRUP LOfMx FACE
LOSETHAT SADHSS
STAK LKETH!S WILL
BRlHfiYOU QLA0NES5J
A SQUARE meal of the
kind of meat-foods we seil
, will bring u round smile to
your visagc that will reach
l ali the way around your
. table, Mr. Longfacc. And
it 'won't put much of a puck
er in your pocket-book either.
Watch fór Mr. Happy Party.
B fi O
VCASH MARKET
T.J0HNS8'JRY.Vr.
méi
Rìck and Mellòw!
HuAZl that f r-f-f-f! Ce:
t'int r:ch, crcariy foam!
Ta3tc that mcl'.ow, dis
tiixtivc izr-é!
ricl'cDarl: mcllov.'.satisfying!
A delicious ccrcr.l bevcrac0
made by thp wonderful Pici for
mula. Anc!l-yc"r-'rcund bever
one. On sa!e cvcrywherc hotcls.
soda fountainr, ci-r ctores, ctc.
ON DRAUGIlTor bytlic little
et Va cour.tcr
IN nOTTLES
(IO C 12 e:.) fjrymtuse
Ma by
PIEL DROS.Inc.EMt New York, N.Y
SAM ANTELOMASO
St. Johnsbury, Vt
Distributor of Piel Bcv-crages
Phone 44
We Write Every Kind of
INSURANCE
In the Very Best Companies
i
A. B. Noycs Insurance Agency
Inc.
CITIZENS BANK BLOCK
The Standard Oil Company s
MATCHLESS POLISH
Gals. $1.50
Qts. .75
Pts. .50
1-2 Pts. .35
for floors and furniture, autos and anything that
needs polishing and you pay just about half the price
of any other kind.
A gallon at $1.50 is exactly $8.00 in 25c bottles or
a quart at 75c is $2.00 in 25c size of the regular
polishes. t : , . A? ai
This is a strictly first-class polish.
The Peck Co.
Classified Dept.
WANTED
WANTED Pupil nurses and at
tendanti at the Taunton SUte Hos
pital. Wagés $35 per month with
maintenance. For particolari ad
dress, Dr. Arthur V. Goss, Supt,
Taunton State Hospital, Taunton,
Mass. 277 tf
WANTED Good fast ordei- cook
forniizht work. S20 ner week nnd
board. Hoadley Restaurant, Brattle-
boro, Vt. 277 tf
WANTED Hard wood lumber of ali
kind3 sawed to our order. Advise
what you have or will have to offer
Plunkett, Webster Lumber Co., Inc.,
Address Box 447, Ecnnington, Vt.
277 tf
MALE and FEMALE attendants and
nurses wanted at the Vermont State
Hospital. Wage scale materiallv ad
vanced Aprii 1, 1D20. Apply to È. A.
Stanley, Supt. j 277 tf
WANTED Boarders bv week, Mrs."
C. II. Snelling, 10 Railroad St.
300-7
HOUSEKEEPER wanted for St.
Jchnsbury party. Cali at Caledonian
office for particulars. 203 if
WANTED Three women one for
1. undry work, one for kitchen work,
on chamber girl. Also beli boy and
night clerk. Apply to Hale's Tavern,
Wells Rivcr, Vt. 2!W tf
WANTED A man to do janitor
work and take care of the boiler at
Brightlook Hospital, St. Johnshtiry.
;!oó tf
'À N T E I ) Place f o r husky 12 year
old boy to work during vacation.
Farm work pieferrcd. F. I. Ralch,
Lunenburg, Vt. I-I!
WANT E I ) Dishwasher aTthcKtar
Restaurant. ::(I8 tf
WiiNTi'JD Girl l'or general h.ouse
wr.rk. Mrs. James Cosgrove, IR?
MainjjtrrcjL 'MG tf
WANTED at once first class
bricklayers $1.17'Ì! jier hour; tend
erà 80 cents. 12 montlis work. Louis
A. LaFrance, Windsor, Vt. Apply to
Mr. Goulet, Supt." .T-8
HELP WANTED at Girla' Camp
fo July and August. Woman to as
fist in laundry, also kitchen woman.
Write or phone. L. P. Leach, St.
.Tohnsburv. 2!2 tf
W ANTED Lady at Paino?, SI '
Main St. , Ctt
nwili IMI 1 1 IL J "
VAITRESSE3 wanted at the Ideal
Rci-taurant, St. Johnsbury. 203 tf
WANTED A housekeeper by Am
erican widower with boy 11. No
ohjections to a woman with one
child. G. M. L., No. 5 Pine St., St.
Johnsbury, Vt. l-4
CARPENTE US WANTED J. M.
Swan & Son, Calderwood building.
Telenhono 438-M. 2 tf
WANTED Sccond-hand bees honey
extractor. Phone 427-14 or write
Caledonan onice. 1-3
WANTED
Eik's Club.
-Livo poultry
at tho
S02 tf
FOR ALfcJ
FOR SALE Stiawbcrrics fresh
from the vino, 2.j celiti : strictly
fresh eg"s 50 ccnts- ali kinds of
berries in their season. A. A. Haw
kins, tel. 75-11. tf
FOR SALE CHEAP Good farm
horse. Ago 10 years, weight' 1050.
Inquite St. Johnsbury Grocery Co.,
16 Portland St. yo) tf
FOR SALE Pony sleigh, two pairs
of shufts, two-wheeled cai t for pony,
nousenoid turniture. Inciuire Cale
donian ollice.
FOR SALE To dose an cstatcTcot
tage house, corner Cliflf and Har
vey streets. I'rice $2500. F. M. Ab
hott,Adiiir.,17 Tremont St., 304 tf
Ì'OR SALE Sixtcen foot hayrack.
Also heavy express harness. V.
Sparrow, l'assumiisic, Vt. 20G tf
FOIt SAJ,E---Onc 100-gal. gasoline
tank, in No. 1 condition. Phone 211.
277tf
FOR SALE New Ì8 ft. pecd boat,
built by Sanborn. Oak finish. Caille
8 H. P. Unit Plant engine. See G.
M. Intralls, 24 Sprin St. 277 tf
FOR SALE A few splendid bar
gains in little usetl White Rotary sew
ing machines. Three or four good
sccond-hand sewing machines from
five to eight dollars. McLcan's Music
Store. 277 tf
FÒRI) T OLI RING cai- for sale, mil-
eage 800, 101! model, p'irst class
condition. W. G. Hastie, Mclndoes,
Vt. 308-4
FOR SALE Nice early cut hay for
sale. M. A. Fay, St. Johnsbury 2-4
TO RENT
TO RENT Larp-e front room. 3
Proppect Ave. Tel. 617-M. 1 t

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