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CALEDONIAN -RECORD WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1920
PAGE THREE A V We Have 300 Second Hand Windows .. Jncluding 100 HOT 13 KD SASII 3'0"xG,0"xl" That we SHALL SELL CHEAP about one quarter the price of now oneri. The WINDOWS and S SH aro suit.-iblc for CAMPS, BARNS, IIEN JIOLUES, SÌIEDS, Etc. We know these will SELL QUICK. Better tele phone or write us at once if you need any. We hall be delighted to quote priccs. CALDBECK-COSGROV E CORPORATION Everything in Builders Sup)lies. St. Johnsbury, Vermont ST. JOHNSBURY BUSINESS DIRECTORY J. M. SWAN & SON I GENERAL CONTRACTORS ! Calderwood Bici Tel. 438-M bunutll, Sliieids & Conani j LAWYERS Tel. 65 St. Johnsbury, Vt. OaTEOPATHIC PlIVàlCl I Trsiwe p;t:w tot rtm.i'. DR. VV. A. lì AG E CHIROPRACTOK Spinai tro'able a speciaity. Office houii 2 until 4 every afternoon. Monday, Wedneday aDd Friday cto niiìg, 7 until 8. Calderwood Bldjc, PUone 68-M U. C. FRYE LAWYER Cltìxeiid Bank Building St. Johnsbury. Vt. Tel. 295-M SEARLES & GKAVES LAWYERS Citizen Bank Block St. Johnsbury Vermont À. . Kye Examlned G lasse Parnished 8PECIALIST IN OPTOMETRV St. Jchnuburv. Vertnon? MICRCHANTS BANK BLOC DR. J. D. BACHAND DENTISI vthian Building. St. lohnshiirv lì. FRANK HARRIS TEACHER OF PIANO Pyihian Building, St. Johnsbury, Vt ""T. RrSTILESratrD. Office 'in Merchant Bank Block. RheutnatiMTt, Aethina and dine of lun? DR. F. O. MOORE DENTIST Calderwood Building, 42 Eaxtero Are. St. Johnsbury, Venront Office Houra 912. B. Phone 809 H. W. CONLY Heatìng and Plumbing. Hot Air Furnace Work a Sp .alty. 12 Portland St.. St onnsbury Tel. 251-11 ""THE COYVLES PRESS PRINTERS OF EVERYTHING Stationery, Post Cards, Dainty Tbinpra for Holidays and Birthdayi, MAPLE GROVE CANDIES R8-87 Fast. Atb.. Rt. Johnsbury ..' I gtifrautee evcry ìiw I Bt to bold the rnptQ'o ptrfect-- ly. lo bo easy and coulort- ble, to give complete mi ction in ewety wny. C. F. BOYNTON. Aarent PHOENIX LIFE INSURANCE CO. Uitizens Bank Bloch AUTO SERVICE Cari D. Hopkins gives you the best of service. Largo comfortable cars. Mountain trips a speciaìty. Sprcial service for weddings, funerale and other occasions. Night senic?. Garage open day and night. Cai- to meet ali night traina and ali other work in town. Auto Storage day or night by day, week or month. Phone Garage 70.1. PUBLICAUTO Special attcntion to town calls. Prices reasonable for lon- drives. Phone Avenue House, 402, 151-M or house, 212-12. P. J. Martin, St. Johnsbury. Vt. The BIako-CowIinFMf!frC(K Automobile Springs and General Lipht: Machine Jobbing Tel. 727. Bay Street. St. Johnsbury KODAK DEVELOPINC nnd Printing. Leave Films at Ran cali & Whitcomb's, Scarles' Drug Store. Mail orders promptly filled. LEON R. DIMICK MOOSE RIVER GARDENS Fresh Vegetables and Flowers. Delivercd eveiy,day. rhone 517-W St. johnsbury R b ILMS DSVKLOPED AND PKINTED Good Work Prices Reascnnb'c Lesve at EDMUNDS' DRUG S TORE, Lyndonvil.e, or .semi to IIATT AND HARRIS, Lyndun Center, Vt. Hit Loty burnitine Stoit Dealer in secorid-hand Furniturt Stotes bought. sold and exchangod N. DUMAS. Manager Phon 679-M H4 Eas?ern Appii- Iht rtirung'eMl insumnee id (he WorSd Ili VVRITTEN !?T The Crawford Raiiney Afrency G. B. Mr.tll M. L. On.le.rw' Pylbinn Building IP yOU WANT Monuir.ents and Marker? Cali to G. E. Veilleux Granite Co. where you can see the work iti W up before you buy. The show roon ("s opposite the Passenger Station, 8t Johnsbury. Vermont. JOHN F. HINCH Special Aent New England Mutual Life Ino. Co of Boston 42 K. Awe Calderwood Bnildfoj Tel. 495-M FRANK R. JACQUES Superintendent Metropolitan IJfe Insurance C. New York Office in Citizena Eank Blocfc JAMES li. CAMPBELL ATTORNEY AT LAW 5 Eantern Avenue, St. Johnsbar) Tel. 661-M. Porter, Wittcrs &Longmoore ATTORNEYS AT LAW Citizer.s Bank Building St. Johnsbury, Vermont "THE GEORGE P. MOOReT INSURANCE AGENCY Insurance Any Klnd 26 Eastern Avenue C. B. CHASE Bicycles, Guns, Sportine Goods 94 Railroad Street FI RE, LIFE, ACC1DENT INSURANCE Automobile Fire Insurance IMPEY AND CUMMINGS Provident Life Men 3 Portland Street. Brunelle Block St. Johnsbury Lcundry Fully equipped to di everything ir the Laundry line. Also one da work. Office and works BAY STREET St. Johnsbury. Tel. 229-1 Itichardson's Toilet Parlors Hairdressing, Face and Neck Maa sage, Scalp and Ilair Treatment Children's Haircutting, Manicure. Tel. 533-W PYTHIAN BUILDING GUV VV. HILL ÌAWjtr ; St. johnsbof Vermoai j PALMER BROS. i Dry Cleaning, Dyein, and Repairin ! 7S-0 ERstor va.. St. Johnsbury. Vt ' Reliance Electric Company! j 'Telephony C0fi-M ! St. Johnsbury, Vermont ! Heat, Li"hr nnd Power Wiring i iS. R. CARTER F. B. KERR ! RALPH PROVENCAL i Tuning and Repairing Pianos, Organs and riayer Pianos. Tolophone 452-J FIRST CLASS PIIÒTÓ1)EVEL0PING and Printin i'. I oave your filmg at Bri-jrham's Dru r Store, Paìno's t'andy ( Kilchon or J. A. M.-Leod's. In North ; AvemiP. Mrl.EOD &. KILLELK A j COLLINS BRODIEN CUSTOM TAILOR j Main Street, St. Johnsbury, Vermont i CSMonLfM. In A AT ,- li "The Ex-Hot ef Touraine Barber Is stili doing business on the Hill Brown'n Ble ;k E. J. FROTTEN T.UNENBUEG lin, P. J. Dooley and thvee chi! (ì.cn, who liavo bccii spondili threc work.; with the W. F. McLnujrhlin's ol l'ond Hill, havo reiurnrd to tholi homo in ivumford, Me. The tiucsts ai the ileii'.hts liou.-c Bave a veiy pleasant party to a le.' niViLtd :.;i:estò ol the iowji and tne i.ou'ii jiarty on Friday eveiiiiife. faille.-,, HIU...C ulld daiieia' fllied t He naie Ut li.iif.tluliy. .Uis., Une .Ul''arliuul ot Chicani ìs ilie j;uest of ber ccusin, . Mrs. K. i;ov.'Ke Ah. and Mrs. T. M. Ilodge and twu .-oiirt ol Florence, S. C, are Harry l.Iiowns. Mrs. W. G. Kin; has a hydran;voa at AU.nlehurst which has over 80U I)!d.-ìso:;is just eoniiiijr into flower and the bu.n is a beautiful siy.ht. On Siinday niornin' Kev. W. A. .VI or; va a ol' Washine.ton, ). t.'., a i :!,ier l.iKionhui' toy, delivercd a !tc!)'ll and yble address ori the Buoi; ol Isaiah and Mrs. V. L. Row c!l iuul K. T. Brown sany: a duci at the oli'ertory. In the evenin l'attor OoU '.li..- sjicke and Misses Mildrod Eimball a:ul Grar-o Cole .anjf. Good au:iir:it'c.s were in atlendance at bull' :,ervices. On Thursil.'y cveninjr the usuai mid-xveek "rayer service v;.!l be held rnìlowed by un impoi-tant me;'ii:i;i of the Sunday school and of fe!. il l:;.'ids. On Tluir-day. wind and we:itl)or nt-miittimr. the animai Sunda - sel.ool ; -ili:? will be held. The pk'.rp has not L-een fuily deeided upon but teanis or co'ìvi'yanoes of some kind will be in n-,;.!i!ivs at the church about ni ne o'elock to tako those who wish to t;o, and n general invitai ioti is rxtended to :J1 to r;o and enjoy the day in the open. Ilanld Cushintr. who has been eni tilovetì for sevoral months at the U. S. P.obbin and Shuttle Co. plant has rctin ne 1 to Provi lence, R. I. Mrs. Guy Remick has returned l'ome front Lisbon where she has l.'ecn for ,-ome timo with her parents, "1 :. a:il Mrs. Lessard. l'r--i. Luther A. Cobb of I.-Iand l'ond was in town ìecently and the v:.;t of Jude Kyk- T. Brown. .Mis. Elizabeth Day Mertz of Y;'.y:ie, I'a.. and Miss Florence Day o! SL Johnsbury and Ilo;). F. D. Hale and Mrs. Ilale of Iìardford bave l.ren t'.aests of the Harley 'ow!''..' recenti v'. Mi. and Mrs'. Harland Ball, Miss Irene and Master Lawrence Ball, ai'd Albert Whitscn motoi'ed to the Fiume with L. IL Willson on Sunday. M.. and Mrs. Julian Dodiie of Me tiiuer'.. Mass.. are p-uc.-ts of bis par ents, Mi. and Mrs. Dan Dodije. Mi. and Mrs. O. A. KinRsbury re turned on Sundav from a fortniu,'ht a', the Maine beaches. Alien Smith of Watertown, Mass., is the t,uest of tlie W. W. Phelps' at Hillside Farm. On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Ira Car p( nter cntertained Mr. and Mrs. Julian Dodtfe of Methuen, Mass. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Dodjre 2nd of Fitz dalc, Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Sampson of Concorri, Mr. and Mrs. Lovejoy and the Misses iBshsp of St. Johns bury, Mrs. Alma llode and , Ernest lH)dj;e. v Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hill r.nd da'Uihter, Annie, visited t!ie Clar enee Nichols' at Irasburp' List wre-k. Mrs. Flora Ha.tinifs, Mrs. Filen Cai pentcr, Mrs. Kate Sayers and Ernest Dod.e attended the runeral of Mrs. Ada Downer in East Con cert! lat wrek Wedncsday. Mr. an-ì Mrs. Fi ed Tr.rner and Mar.U-r Bill- of Canaan and Mr. and M: :. J. W. Scott of St. Johnsbury .'..e "T.es's of the C. W. Tirner's. Mr.. Jordan and Mrs. l'eirl Iluaì; i"s and danhter S' Manchester, N. IL, are -vuests of the Fred l'owers' o:i Iiapti. t bill. ENJOY THE 0UTD00RS II If you drive a car, play tennis or go hunting, you won't want to be without one of these Svveaters. You don't have to do ali that, though, to enjoy one. A Sweater is mighty handy and comfortable for most any time outdoors. These are substantially made and knit to hold their shape. They givo severa 1 scasons of faithful service. The newest style Sweaters tie in the back $4.75 Ladies' Skirts, beautiful assortment of colors, accordion and box plaited. Prices from $8.50 to 22.50 THE BON MARCHE 72 Railroad Street, St. Johnsbury, Vermont Mrs. Mary Gce returned home on Monday from a lonjr vir.it with her l'aunhtpr, Mrs. Eastman in Canaan, N. IL Mi-s Mildrod Eastman uccom- i-inied her and will visit ber aunt, .Mrs. S .C. Smith and family. Mrs. Nelson Moulton has complet id ber engagement at Mrs. L. II. Willson's and one to Mrs. Charles Sj)auldin;;'H to assist Mrs. James Be- attie for a wecii,. Camp Winneshewauka clor-ed a very successful season on Tuesday liavinij; had 1UU girh durili" the sea son who have enjoyed the weeks to the utmost. . in hitefield on business on Satur day. Mr. and Mrs. Georee Knijvht and daushter of Medfoid, Mass., v.ere re cehtly .nuests of Mrs. Katherine Bow ker and -the Harlev Covvles'. Mis. llowker and Ma.stor William Hudson niotoreil to Lyn donville with them re turninjr on the train the ncy.t day. Mr. and Mrs. Sylveslor Hartwel! and Master Charles went on Friday fcr a short visit with bis nieces, Mrs. Celia Colby and Idrs. Mahala Miller in Mclniloes. Mrs. Fred Curtis and Master Tra mali of Fit .dille and her daun'hter, Mrs. Mad.line Ilaynes and dauuhtei Eleanor of St. Johnsbury were uuests of Mrs. Alby Parker on Fri day. Master Frankie Lewis rpent last week with bis unde, Clinton Hart shorn and family in Fitsdale. Miss; Elizabeth Colbv of Lancas ter has been rpendip'- a wcek's vaca tion with the James Smiths' and oth er friends. Miss Ilelen Jewell returned on Sunday from a visit with relr.tivos in Concord. The farm known a? the Henry Je well fanti in the Jewell district with bdonprin-rs is advertised for sale at auction on Friday, Sept. 3. Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Bowker were Miss Irene Ball staved with Lan caster friends durine Chautauqua. Merrill Blakeslev of Cobraclo nnd the Herbert Blakesley's of Dal'on were euests of Mrs. Ann Tholps and the H. K. Phelps' on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Selden Blakesley and Miss Mil drod Blakle-lev of New York were al K'uests at the Heiedits House were al so with tlie party at the Phelps resi dence. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Covey of the West Neiphborhood recently onter tainod Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hooker and sons. Philin and Keith, and Miss Bertha. Fassett of Branlon. Miss Bortha will remain for the ret of the summer with her mother, Mrs. Gilbert; Covey. Miss Daisy Bronson of Littleton is the Kuest of Dr. and Mrs. W. M. Bronson and is attending Lancaster Chautauiua with them. Mrs. Mitchcdl who has been the Jtucst of Mrs. Charles Spauldinic re turned to her home in Enosburir on Friday. Ten youniT ladies jrave Miss Mil dred Kimball a shower at the home of Mrs. C. W. Turner Friday after noon in honor of her approachinK marnale to Haiold Turner. Miss Kimball was asked to come to see Mrs. Turner on a business matter which prove 1 to be the gatherins- of the young ladies who played various old fa-hioned Riimes en(linn with "Follow my leader" which lead to the dinintr room where decorations of yellow and white crepe paper with L'olden ulow blossoms festooned to ilu: r :mtc".- of the talde over which l'unir a whitt: umbrella undcrnealh which was a pool of fiifis of linens, silver and china ware which Miss Mildrc 1 w;is invite! to open and ac ee;t with 1he lierL wishes of her ii'iend:;. Randvviclies nnd salads with fruit cup were orved and the after noon will be a pleasant meinory for ali concerne 1. FALL DAYS 'ATER I W. M. Thomas of Milbank, N. D I is the eue-.t of his sister, Mrs. Kate Warren and other old friends cornine on Thursday. Miss Ruth Cole, Mrs. James Ball, Mrs. Sarah Siinonds and Mrs. Perry niotoied to St. Johnsbury ou cd uesday. Mrs. G. W. Dou.i',kis and Mrs. Ho nier Stuart were uests of Lancaster iriends lasi week and attended Chau tauiiia. jvirs. Miunie Ball, Mrs. Nettie l'ond, Mrs. Alani ie: l'arker, Mrs. Net tie Burt Mrs. Neil Blood Mrs. Ivate Warren Mis. Minnie ormwood, Mrs.. Ada Smith, Mrs. Etta Turner and Mrs. Mabel Lewis attended the tuneral of Mrs. Ada Downer in Concord last Wedntsday, represent inj; Iloivard W. K. C. and usin- the ritual ol thu order as Mrs. Downer iiad i;eiuested that they shoul I do. W. li. Beli of South Lunenburg at tended the l'at .llen's ;;atheriii- at Canaan last week. . Mrs, S. S. Beatoti of Maidstone and duu.uhter and John Benton of Washington, D. C, were j;uosts of Mrs. flattie Benton Baldi and Miss Chrislie last week. y II. T. Silsby went to Providenee and Boston last week in the interest;; of the U. S. Bobbin and Shuttle Com any of which he is the locai super inteude.it. E. P. Cole nnd Miss Emma Cole have returned from Montpolicr. Miss Emma will return for another year at Montneh'er Seminarv. liivitaiion-; havo been reeeived for tiie golden weddint; annivers.iry of Mr. and Mrs. G. II. Balch of South Lunenliurt; at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Erwin L. Br.lch on WednesJay cenine, Sept. lst. BARNET Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Topsham of Providenee, R. I., friends of Mr and Mrs, John White carne to Vermont by motor car to get their daughter, I'hyllis and ber younger sister, Phoelie, from camp at Roxbury where they huve spent several weeks and they remained with the Whites sev eral days on the way to the White Mountaias and tlience thry go home to Providenee with the ch ldren by motor car after pending a vacation in tlie mountains. The Ladies' Society conducted a food sale at the home of Mrs. Walter John-on Saturday afternoon. There was a fine variety of food for sale and about f i 8 was realized. Mrs. R. IL Hazeiton attended the birthday party of her mother, Mrs. Elicli Bishop in St. Johnsbury Friday Mrs. Kate McPhee Manchester, who has been spending the summer in Barnet and vicinity left Fridav for her home in St. Louis eoing from bere to Massachusetts where she will visit friends before leaving for the west. Mrs. Franees Goodall is visitimi her daughter, Mrs. Barrott in Lyn don. Mrs. Ira J. Albee was a recent vis iti in Lisbon, N. IL, where she went to see her uncle, Ho race Moore, who has recently sutfered from a shock. Fred Quimhy spent Sunday at his home bere. Dr. Baker and farnil-Npent Sunday at the home of L. E. Gilf.llan. Harvey Phelps and family, who bave been spending two weeks at York Beach and vicinity have return ed home. Miss Della Kav and Mrs. Bean of Groeton, N. IL, who have been visit I ing at Mrs. Fred Quimby's have re- turne'! home. Mrs. Margaret Wilson and yountr son of Skinner,, Me., are visiting at Chester Somers'. Miss Alice Pike is spending1 ber va cation at ber home bere. Frank O. French of St. Johnsbury rpent Sundav at W. S. Brock's. Dr. nnd Mrs. Jonah Gilfillan of Beebe Pia in were recent visitors at A. N. Gilfillan's. E. A. Morgan nnd daughter, Mrs. Goss of St. Johnsbury visited at Belle Morgan's Friday. Schcols opened Monday, Aug. 30, Miss Darling of Mclndoes, teacher of the upper grades and Miss Rodgers of Peacham the lower grades. The teachers are boarding at A. N. G il fillar's. Miss Marjorie Albee is visiting fi-iends in Orleans. NORTH DANVILLE Mr. and Mrs. Bert Massey are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Massey in Newport. Freeman Alien, Edward Alien, William Smith and Fred Gadapee attended a Jersey cattle sale at Tun bridge Thursday. i' Aiee Chamberlain who has been visiting ber mother, Mrs. Mary Chamberlain of Nashua, N. IL, has returned home. i Arthur Emmons of Lenox, Mass., spent Sunday and Monday at his home. : Mrs. Waid of Woodsville, N H, is the guest of her daughter, Mrs Guy Powers , Mr. and Mi;;. George Chapman nnd son Arnold, Mi. and Mrs. Farle Chapman and son of Springfield, Mass., visited their cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Alien an 1 lamily, Fri day. f Mr. and Mrs. Fred Warl; from California visited Mr. and Mrs. Ly nian Mon ili the past week. '' Mrs. Carrie Randall and Roy Randall of New York nnd A sa Ran dall of Richmond visited at William Batchelder's recently. Mrs. Frank Swett visited friends in Schenectady, N. V., a part of last week. Mrs. Vei-non Bean of Fall River, Mass.. is visiting Mrs. Isaac Stanton, and Mrs. Frank Swett. Men Wanted 20 Carpenters 50 Laborers J. M. Swan& Son Calderwood Building Tel. 438-M UmT. ,.-,,-Vi, .A NEPONSET Felt Base Floor Còverings Remnants 39c Square Yard i The Charles C. Locke Co, 93 Railroad Street Brown Bread Free We know you like our BAKED BEANS, but some of your friends may not have used them. Hence our offer for this week of a loaf of Brown Bread FREE with every quart of our BAKED BEANS You must get your orders in early as we will not guarantee that we can meet the demand unless W3 are given suflìcient time to pi-epare. Send in your orders today. Pope's Bakery Opposite the Armory Classified Dept WANTED W ANTE!) Position by competent stenographer and bookkeeper. Apply by lettor to K, care Caledonian Re cord. ' 57-C1 MALE and FÉMALE attendants and nurscs wanted at the Veimont State Hospital. Wage ucale materially ad vanced Aprii 1, 1920. Apply to E. V Stanley, Supt. 58 tf WANTED Co. -A janitor. C. IL Goss 58 tf WANTED Salesrady who can speak French at M. A. Weiner's Store. .'!8tf WANTED A kitchen woman and table girl at the Heip-ht House, Lunenburg. Mrs. A. J. Newman, proprietor. 40 tf W A N TE D Xli sliwashe r at the Star Restaurant. -rSJf WANTED Pupil nurses and attend ants at the Taunton State Hospital. Wages $-15.00 per monili with main tenance. For particulars address Dr. Arthur V. Goss, Supt. 42 tf WANTED Young man to learn drug business. Apply at Searles Drag Stort 45tf WANTED Girl or middle aged wo man for general bousework. Small family. No children. Everything modem. Good pav. Apply in perso n to A. B. Dow, 12 Eastem Ave. 4fi tf W ANTEO Competent stenographer for 0 or 8 weeks. Answer by lctter. Parker Young Co., OiLeans, Vt. 57-02 CÀRLÒÀD of new wagons just re eeived. Bring in your old wagons and trade them for new. H. C. Kent, Mclndoes Falls. Vt. 47-50 WANTED Waitress and Kitchen Girl at once. Telenhone C3-2, St. Johnsbury. COMPOSlf ORS On hlgli gradé maeazine advertising. E. L. Hildrcth & Co., Brattlcboro, Vt. 54-00 W A N f ED Wai t resses and a dish washer at the Ideal Restaurant. 51 tf WANTED A chambermaid, a mid-dle-aged woman, at the St. Johnsbury House. 55 tf WANTED Woman for general housewoik. Mrs. George M. Howc, 91 : Main Street. 55 tf WANTED Waitress "at the Avenue Hotel. 5fi tf WANTED Woman to work in laundry. Brightlook Hospital. 57 tf W A NT E D" G iris to tram lor nurses in a small hospital situated in south ern Vermont. A splendid training in surgial, obstetrical and medicai work. Special course of 15 months, begin ning Sept. 15. For information write to Matron B. I. Hamel, R. N., West Bjattleboro Vt 24-G0 WANTED Front October lst to .lune lst a good plain l'rotestant cook in family of live in West New ton, Mass., a'suburb of Boston, nine milos out. No laundry work, waiting on table or upstairs work required. Cooking alone and care of four down stairs room-; exnectcd. A comfortable, warni, wcll lighted room, with use of bathroom supplied. Wages $12 a week. Applv at once to Mrs. C. E. Pickhardt, 302 Highland Ave., West Newton. Mass. Telephone Newton West C,C,l- 57-01 WrÀNTED Girl for general house woik. No dish washing. One and one half miles from village. Mrs. Charles M. Roy, Barnet, Vt. 51 tf Phone 570 St. Johnsbury WANTED Men and teamr.ter. Good pay to right parties. Inquire of J. A. Russell. Tel. 323-M. 58-C1 WANTED Competent . man for fami work. Mairied man preferrerf." Milk, butter, rent and wood furnish ed. Impey & Cummings Employ ment Agency. r)r).Cg WANTED Woman to do cookiìigin private family. Apply to Mrs. IL B. Jackson, 19 School St., Lebanon, N. IL 53-58 FOR SALIii FOR SALE Barbed wire and roof ing. IL C. and IL P. Stanton. Tel., LÌ-jFL 31tf I FOR SALE This wcelc everytliing ni picKiing uno, aiso ripe tomatoer. for canning. J. T. Racicot. Tel. 34-W. ... r,LÌ5k FOR SALE Overland Roadster in fine condition, must be sold this week. Inquire of A. B. Dow. Tel One. 5f, tf FOR SALE Woodlot of 33 acre;; at East St. Johnsbury belonging to the late B. C. Wood. 'Must sell'to settlo estate Tensione 73-33. 50-58 FOR SALE Àt"Spe"edwe!l fann's auction at Chandler Park barn, Sept. 2 at 10 o'elock 3 registered Jersey bulls between one and two years from Old Proctor Farm, Lyndoii, ,Vt. Ali good straight and strong animala from good producine stock. Pedigree f nrnislied attbeauction. 50-58 FÒÌl SALE 1910 Fordlouring car recentlv overhauled; honeycomb pat tern radiator, doublé ventilatine wimlshicld aceelarator, electric head, tail and dadi lights. Price $325. B. W. Brr-ctt. Ly-idonvlle. 0-3. 57-59 FOÌI SALI- Surrey in good condì tio.i. fidi Rus;cìl Lowrey. Tel. 535. 54 tf FOR SALE Nine righi weeks old pi.'is. Russell Lowrey. Tel. 535. 54 tf FO RSALE Low price if taken at once. Baby caitiage good as new and Steinv.-ay Square Piano in first class jrondition. Fairbanks Inn. 48 tf FOR SALE Barbed wire7bindcr twine and roofing. H. C. & II. P, Stanton. Telephone 74-41. Sltf FOR SALE or rent Square piano". Inquire at this office. 23tf FOR SALE New Aberauiue engin s, 0 and 7 borse power; Pance coni cut ters. Can bo bouglit for la.st year'9 p:icc. Tel. 32-3 Concord. A. I. W right, Watcì lord. Vt. 25 tf TO RENT FURNISHED Rooms to rent. In qniro at. 27 Mt. Pleasant .St. 51 tf i PARTIES having rooms and board, ! or rooms without board, notify Em- ployment Oflice, Tel. 350. E. & T, Fairbanks & Co. 28 tf GOOD STORAGE for furnituro nnd other morchandise. Blake-Cowling Co., Bay Street, St. Johnsbury. I'hom 727. 43 tf LOST ANI) FOUND LOST Straw matting suit case, somewhero between . Passutnpsie, St. Johnsbury and Danville on Au.gust containing childs clothcts niostly. Nume inside Eric Bovee, Marshfielif, Vt. Please return to the C.'dedoniuii olìice and receive reward. 50-01 FOUND A Woodman's piti in the Globe Theatre. Owner may have sanie by claiming it and paying for adv. 55 tf.