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CALEDON 1AN-RECGRD MONDA Y, AUGUST 23, 1920
4 Ff. THE GARDXER L1G1IT-FOUR New England rltles are Just now liavinsc (heir first gllmpse of a new low-priccd motor rar that Iias adracted unirli favor ahlc attendun in the west and In the sonili. It is the (iard ner Llght-Four hullt In St. Louis b Russell E. Gardncr and hls snns K. E., .Ir. and Fred W., who formcrly bulli and dls tributed the Chevrolet ear In middle western territori before It was sold to the (ieneral Motors two jears a?o. Last year they repurchascd the plant In St. Louis and last Jantiary beita n turnlne; out the (iardner. Production Iias rea (lied 1000 cars a monili and the schedule for next jear ealls for 1S.000 cars. Diirini; the wlnter and sprlng the Garduer was inlrodured In the west and the south. The first rar to rome to New Kncland arrived rerently after a noteworthy ni ri from the factory to Boston, maklng the trip In slx days witliout any trouble more serious than a taek throuch one of the tlres. The rar averagcd 20 miles an hour and made 14 miles to the pallori Mf gasoline. Thls rar Is now belnp; taken. n a tour of the principili New Englaiid cit lcs and the Interest creaied In the west is beine; duplicatici here. The tiardner Iias a four cj Under entine with h5 Ineli rylindcrs, 112 inch wheelbase and weiglis 2200 pounds. It Is built In ((Mirini; car and roadster, sedan, coupé and commercial truck Ijnes and is designed to meet the market for a thorousMy substantial, cumfortablc ridine motor car at a low lirico. Boston capiialists are intcrested In the (Jardner, the rom pany havln beeit rinatimi by Ilornblower & Heeks of lioston in associatloa v.ilh Lorenzo K. Anderson A; Co. of st. Louis. The rapìiaflialinn Is In la.ì.OOO .shares of no par value, of which óO.Oói) shares were rece'itly frered tu the public at $27 a sliare. Accordine to officia: of Ilio company it will start ditidetids at $1 Which means a .vichi on the investment of unir than oer cent. Shares now J)eing traded in. CANADA'S Grsat Eastern Exhibition Sherbrooke Aug. 28, 1920 toSept.4 A wonderful showing of ì Ilorses, Cattle, Shcep, Swine and Poultry Races Everyday Dogshow Sept. 1-2 Vaudeville every afternoon. Midway, 20 Big Shows THE PAGEANT A wonderful spectaele with 1000 performers, a scene of colour, Music, Dancing and Beauty. Every evening. A Baby Welfare Exhibit with a Trained Staff in atlendance always The most enjoyable and profitable method of spending a holiday. For information write to Sec tary, Sherbrooke, Que. E. W. FARWELL, President. L. J. CODERE, Vice-president. Good Roads No Passports Ilcarty Welcome Auto Service at Morrisville Fair Wed. and Thurs., Àugust 25-26 Automobiles will leave Hopkin's Garage at 7 o'clock each morning, returning to St. Johnsbury after the races. Round trip, $3. Less than car fare and better service. Plenty of cars and comfortablc ride guaranteed. Similar service will be maintained for the Barton and Lancaster fairs later. My night service at St. Johnsbury to the traina has been discontinued until after, the fall fairs. CARL D. HOPKINS FRUIT JARS Pints, $1.05 Quarts, $1.15 POTATOES 55c a Peck PAILS OF COMPOUND No. 9óc No. 10 . $1.85 35 lb. Tubs 20c Ib. 20 lb. Tubs 21c lb A. H. Gleason & Co. Main Street, St. Johnsbury, Vermont Remains of Mrs. Stevens Buried at Mt. Pleasant The remains of Mrs. 'R. F. Stevens reached here from Chicago on Wcdnesday, the 18th, and were bui ied in Mt. Pleafint cemetery. Services were held from the Chapel oi the Stanley Furniturc Co. Rev. iir. Woodworth of the Baptist church Oi wnich church the deceased was at oné timo a member, officiated in very appropriate and comforting word to the lovcd ones around the bier. The pali beareis were tour nephews of the deceased. A -rayer was offered as the casket was lowered into the Kiave and ali that was mortai of a faithful and lovinjj mother was laid in its last restine place, beside the bodics of her husband and hcr father and mother, long; since deceased. Mrs. Stevens was Reuma F. Younp fourth daughter of Loren W. and Betsey YouiiR'. She was born in Eust Charleston, Junc 21), 184:1, and nus.scd awav at the home of her dauirhtei, Mrs. R. H. Livinistonc in Chicago on AuKiist 11 after a long and Impelili!: illness. The remains were accompanied from Chicago by Mrs. Livingstoìc and daus'hter, FlDrence. Other im mediate relatives left to mourn the los-i to earthly vision of this dutiful mother and hiuhly respected woman aie Ira G. Stevens of Wichita, Kan., W. 1). Stevens of Los Angeles, Cai., Rov W. Steevns of Chicago, sons, Mrs. S. J. Biirbank. Cari O. Clifford of St. Johnsbury. Mrs. Jcrrv Stan ton and Guv O." Clifford of Danvillo, T.oren W. Clifford of Rellows Falls, Murrav Clifford of Los Angeles, Cai., and Harley W. Colby of Lvndon Center, neiees and nenhews a broth er. R. F. Youmr of Worthington, Minn., arni a sister. Mrs. Mary M. Rrown of T o Angeles. Cai. Regina F. Yiun" was manieri on -Tulv . lRfi!) to H. II. Steevns of Tanv'lle, to which union foui- chil dip'i were born and the" were raised in tlii community. Mrs. Stevens was left u widow in and six ve;ir late- she took her childi-en west thinkint there to seek better nnd yreater opportunities for them. What more can we say. What better tribute pay to her than is expressed in these words: "She hath done what she could." She has not lived in vain. Her cheertul disposition and her niany Christian qualities will ever live in the hearts oi those who know and lovcd her best. And the Master has said, "Ye good and faithful s.r vant, in whom 1 ani well pieasjd. Enter into thy reward." "Tue dead in C'hirst $hali live again." PASSUMPSIC Mi. and Mrs. Louis Lebay and family, Mrs. Jcssie Rash were at Oli ver Ainel's at East iiarnet Tuesday nisht to attend a dance. The Sunday school childrcn and purents ali cnjayed a good timc at their picnic ;.t Grcy's Giove Thurs day. Mi. and Mrs. M. G. Kcrr and son, Elwin of Natick, Mass.. are visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. M. KeiT. Mrs. Rcginald Anrlcrson is visiting .it S. A. Jienio's on hcr way home from Boston. Mi. and Mrs. W. J. McBrirlc and Mr. and Mrs. Wallace McBride and rlauhter, Lorraine and Robert Mc Bride of Montreal left here FViday motoring to Lynn, Mass. The Boy Scouts have got home from Joe's Pond whcre they have been camping. Mrs. Cora Annis, Mrs. E. P. Little and Mrs., Ina Shaw went to Old Home day at East St. Johnsbury Thursday. Ellie Pearsons from New York who has been visiting relatives in the White Mountains returnod Thurs day night, making the trip with one of Mrs. Cora Annis' teams. Public Auto Fnoit virlin T.,..,J i .' fui driver, terms rcasonable. Outside trips only, no village work. F. R. CLIFFORD, li Main Street. Tel. Office 93-M. House 32G-J BOULDERS' CASINO At Willoughby Lake 1JANCES EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY Friday night, Music by the New ITarmony Orchestra. Tuesday night, Music by Hen ault's Orchestra. Refreshments served. Good Parking. Polico attendance. Properly Rcbukcd. The father unti n friend were enjny. Ing a snink-p on the poriii and rlnddy threw.the nlniost flnished rigar on die lnwn. Junior plcked it up. rnn to liis mollicr nnrl exclalined : "Look wliere daddy tlirew llils, motlier! Don't let bini pet nwny with flint stulT Just be cnuse he has company." IN THESE DAYS OF Specializing We are liable to forget the main object or line, which in our case is HARDWARE To illustrate, only a few days ago a lady carne into our store and modestly inquired if "this was a hardware store?" We as modestly replied that we hoped to advertise it as such in about a year. Hardware is our main line, look our stock over. Do not hesitate to build a house on ac count of alleged high prices. Let us get together. The Peck Co. September List of Columbia Records NOW ON SALE DANCE OF THE HOURS. Part 1. From "Le Gioconda." Gino Marinuzzi and his Symphony Orchestra. DANCE OF THE HOURS. Part IL From "La Gioconda." Gino Marinuzzi and his Symphony Orchestra. j MELODY IN F. Pablo Casals, 'Collist. Walter Coirle at the Piano. . THE SWAN (LeCygnc). Pablo Casals, 'Cellist. Walter Golde at theIiano- tfkJ MOTHER (T Love You). Charles Hackctt. VALSE BLEUE. Toscha Seidel. Violin Solo. Harry Kaufman at the Piano. SWEETEST STORY EVER TOLD. Hulda Lashanska. FIDDLE AND I. Barbara Maurel. Violin Obligato by Sascha Jacobsen. SING ME TO SLEEP. Barbara Maurel. Obligato by Sascha Jacobsen. "FLORODORA." Vocal Gems. Introducing: 1. "Flora." 2. The Sharie of the Palm. 3. Teli Me, Prctty Maidcn. 4. I Want to Be a Military Man. 5. The Silver Star of Love. Columbia Light Opera Company. Orchestra Accompanimcnt. "TUE MIKADO." Vocal Gems. Introducing: 1. Behold the Lord High Executioner. 2. Thrce Little Maids from School. 3. Tit Willow. 4. The Flowers That Bloom in the Spring. 5. For He'a Going to Marry Yum-Yum. C. With Joyous Shouts. Columbia Light Opera Company. Orchestra Accompainmunt. GYTSY LOVE-WALTZ. Olga Bibor's Gypsy Orchestra. DON JUAN-WALTZ. Olga Bibor's Gypsy Orchestra. COUNTY FAIR AT PUNK1N CENTER. Cai Stewart (Uncle Josh) JIM LAWSON'S HOGS. Cai Stewart (Uncle Josh) OUR DIRECTOR-MARCH. Columbia Band. CENTENNIAL MARCH. Columbia Band. LONG AGO. Ferera and Franchini. Hawaiian Guitar Duet. HUNIKA. Ferera and Franchini. Hawaiian Guitar Duet. MEDLEY HORN PIPE. Introducing: 1. Bryant's Favorite. 2. Biids in the Tree, John J. Kimmel, Accordion Solo. Joe Linder at the Piano. MEDLEY JIGS. Introducing: Rakcs of Kildare and Devlin's Favorite John J. Kimmel, Accordion Solo. Joe Linder at the Piano. VENETIAN MOON. Lewis James and Chas. Harrison. MY ISLE OF GOLDEN DREAMS. Chas. Harrison. CHILI BEAN. Paul Bicsc Trio and Frank Crumit, Song Fox-trot. BELTS OF MONTEREY. Fox-trot. Paul Biese Trio. Saxophonc, Banjo and Piano. DING TOES. Fox-trot. Eanta and Akst, Piano Duet. Introduc ing: "Cuddlc Up." TYPHOON. Fox-trot. Banta and Akst, Piano Duet, Orchestra Accompanimcnt. BAILEY'S MUSIC ROOMS Phonograph Pept. A LETTER v FOR WOf'P From a Woman Whose Serious Ill ness Was Overcome by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound , r TCao "T first-, tnok Lydia K. viaiiKii', Pinklifim's VcgetaUle Compound for a compiru; nei " " liicukilown follow ing tini hirt.Ii of my ohiest ciiild. I got up too fioon which caused serious te male troubln. I wns bo wonk tliat 1 was not ablc to bc on my feet Imt vcry little and could not do my .... v Os housrworu ut ali. i ' Jf 1 bad a bari pain in my 1 ftlii 1 left Ride ami it would pain torriMy if I stoppnl oli a curb-stone. One day one of your book let v.ts thrown in tlie yard ami I rcad everv word in it. Tlicre were so many wlm' bad been helped by your ruedicirtr that 1 wanted to try it and my husbund v.-ent to town and got me a bottle. It Rcemed as tliough I. felt relicf after tlie reconrl dose, so I kept on until I had taken live bnttlex and by that time I was as well as I could wisb. About yenr later I gave birth to a ten pound boy, nnd bave had two more childrcn silice nini my health bas been fine. If I cvir bave trouble of any kind I am going to take your medicine for I givo it ali the praise for my good health. I ahvays recommend your medicine wheneve'r I can." Mr. Eva E. SnAT, Garnctt, Kansas, FOR SALE On the "Plain" two tenement house, each tenement cntircly separate, bath, electric lights, garage for auto. Price $4700. Owner leaving state Sept. lst. On Railroad Street, 7 loom house, furnace, full bath, electric lights, hardwood floors and finish in every room and closet, possession can be had at once. Can bc seen any time. ffnin-rite nf ì'vfKSae Regular m '.etinn jf Apr,luo lodge, N. 2, Tuesday evening Auj ust 10, at 8 'clock. ìmportant moeting oi uniionn Rank, Aug. 17. Ali come. H f. I,i'ranll C ' jT. C Abbott. K. 15. FOR SALE A rrood sevon room cottage with modelli iinprowments, and largj gar den. .Located near Fairbanks tihops. Two-tencmcnf. house, bixn and large giCden. Easy terms. Thror tenement house. AH niodcrn ìm provi ments. Nearly nrw. Near Fairbarilis. Best ,vort'ing house in St. Johns bury. l'asy terms. Chas. E. Kirk. Sk. Johnsbutv Palestine Commandery, No. 5, K. T. Fìtatcd Conclave, Tuesday evening, Sept. 21, at 7.30. A good attenda :cs is de;ircd. Bernard A. Johnson, Arthur M. Lang, Km. Com. Recorder. PASSUMPSIC LODGE, F. & A. M. Regular communication Thursday evening, Sept. 2, at 7.30 o'clock, for the dispatch of business. Arthur L. Graves, W. M. FFrcd IL Dolloff, Scc. Noble feentiment. I would rnther be benten In the rlght ibnn succeed in the wronv. Gar-flòi-1. A. B. DOWS AGENCY 12 Eastern Avenue Over Bailcy's Music Rooms. Tel. One We Have 300 Second Hand Windows v r Including 100 HOT BED SASH 3,0"x6'0"xl34" That wc SHALL SELL CHEAP about one quarter v the price of new ones. The WINDOWS and SASH are suitable for CAMPS, BARNS, HEN HOUSES, SHEDS, Etc. We know these will SELL QUICK. Better tele phone or write us at once if you need any. We shall be delighted to quote prices. CALDBECK-COSGROVE CORPORATION Every thing in Builders Supplies. St. Johnsbury, Vermont mmoi MORRISVILLE, VERMONT AUGUST 24 and 2 6 The Biggest Fair of Its Size in the State A Tuesday, August 24 Baseball Game Moretown and Quebec Royals (Colored) of Montreal. Best game of the year is assured. Wcdnesday and Thursday, August 25 and 2G Captain Siickney and Curtis Biplane ' In Fancy Flying. Two Flights Each Day. His Horce Racing Band Concert Big Free Vaudeville Show Each Day. Largest entry of race horses in our experience O. M. WATERMAN, Secretary, Morrisville, Vt.