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CALEDONIAN-RECORD SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1920
PAGE THREU FOR SALE Thrce tcnemcnt house on the pini n, in good repair, that will pay 15 per cent on the investment. A hen and vegetablc fami on state road ncar St. Johnsbury. Good l'or 1,000 hens, 1 cow, 1 hòrsc and ali tool:-;. Threc tenement house. Ali modorn improvemonts. Ncarly new. Ncar Fairbanks. Best rooming house in St. Jolins bury. Easy terni. Cbas. L Kirk. St. Johnsbury BOWLING AND BILL'ARDS Soft drinki. ciear ino cigarettes I 8team-heatoj roanu JOS. McCAFFREY )2 Railroad Street CO TO ! JOE RELATIOVS 71 'i Railroad Street 1 For a reni shave. Hair cutting ar.d Ladies;' Shampooing a Specially. ' ST. JOHNSBURY BUSINESS DIRECTORY J. M. SWAN & SON GENERAL CONTRACTORS Calderwood Bld. Tel. 438-M Dunnett, ShieJds & Conani j LAWYERS TeL 65 St. Johnsbury. Vt. j . U8TKOPATHIC PHY81CIAJN Cltisen Bank Buildina By Appointaiieot Trine Firted foi Saptwi DR. W. A. GAGE CHIR0PRACT05 8pinal trouble specialty. Offici hours 2 nntil 4 every afterneon. Monday, Wedneiday and Friday eve ning, 1 nntil 8. Calderwood Bld&., Phone 658-M G. C. FRYE LAWYEP. Citiieiu Bank Building 8t Johnsbury, Vt. TeL 296-M SEARLEh & GRAVES LAWYERS Citizen Back Block St. Johnsbury Vermont T A., ft, liAtìKH!a Kye Examlned Glatsei FnrnlAbed 8PECIALIST IN OPTOMETRY St. Johnsbary, Vermoar IKRCHANT8 BANK BLOCK DR. J. D. BACHAND DENTISI "vthian Buildin?. St. lohnsburv B. FRANK HARRIS TEACHER OF PIANO Pythian Building, St Johnsbury, Vt T. R. STILES, M. D. Office in Merchants Bank Block. Rheumatiam, Arthma and di of lunTi DR. F. O. MOORE DENTIST Calderwood Building, 42 Eaitern Are, St Johnsbury, Venront Office Hours 912. .ji)B. Phone 809 II. W. CONLY Heating and Plumbing. Hot Air Purnace Work a Sp :<y. 12 Portland St., St o'unsbury Tel. 251-11 TUE COWLES PRESS PRINTERS OF EVERYTHING Stationery, Post Cards, Dainty TMiigs for Holidays and Birthdaya. , MAPLE GROVE CANDIE8 eS87 Eantern Are.. Ht. Johnohury I gorrsntee every iris I t i to hold the rnptare perfect ly, to be easy tnd coofort abb, to give complete sctis factinn In eery way. WELCOME B. EASTMAN C. F. BOYNTON. Asrent PHOENIX LIFE INSURANCE CO. Citizena Bank Block ! AUTO SERVICE j Cari D. Hopkins gives you the best i of service. Large comfortable cars. ' Mountain trips a specialty. Special : service for weddings, funerals and ' other occasiona. Night sen ic?. ì Garage open day and night. Car to , meet ali night trains and ali other1 work in town. Auto Storage day ori night by day, week or month. Phone ' ( iaragc 703. " TÙBOCUJTO Special attention to town ealls. : Prices reasonable for lon drives. Phone Avenue House, 402, l."l-M or house, 212-12. P. J. Martin, St. obnsbury. Vt. The Blake-Cowlins Mfg. Co. : Automobile Springs and General ; Lilit Marhine Jnbbin? Tel. 727, Bay Street. St. John.diury ; KODAK DEVELOPING I and Printing. Leave Films at Ran- dall & Whitcomb's, Seailes' Drug Store. Mail orders promptly fillcd. ; LEON R. DIMICK M O OS E"R I V E R( i À R I) E N S Fresh Vegelables and I'lowers. Debvere'l rvery day. riiouo 547-W St. John bury For Sale Beautiiu! home in Summerville, 1 uniate, lull bath, electric lights, gas ,dry celiai, ccment garage. Maple shade.l .-pacious lawn beautifìcd by weil kepi .shruberv: large garden, cultivated raspberries a.r.i! struwbcr-lic.--. Locateci in fine neipiborhood. Owihv lcaving state Oct. I.-.I. Pi ice, 1500. On the i : lui n , Uva tenrni'jnt house, each entkely separato, electric lights and bath, cenienl celiar. It i iar cheapor to own this, house tlv.n to rent, and ea-y terni s. Shown .iny tinie by the A. II. Dow Agency. Of fice j.l. Da'!;y's music rooms. A. P. rOW'S .GENCY 12 Eastern Ave., Tel. One. r.otf Wood For Sale By A. .A DANIELL of WEST DaNVILLE ' i delivered at ST. JOHNSBURY ' $8 a cord or $16 a load 11LMS DKVELOPED AND "' PK1NTED ' Geod Work Prices Rea r.na:)!c Leave at EDMUNDS' DRUG STORE, Lyndonville, or send to HATTAND HARRIS, ! Lyndon Center, 't. j The Cozy burniture Sture j Dealer in second-hand Furniturt j Stores bouht, sold and exchanged ' N. DUMAS, Manager j Phone 679-M 84 Eastern Aveciif I The Mrongest Insurance in the World 13 WRITTEN BX The Crawford Ra.iney Agency G. H. Marrf! M. L. Dndarw' Pythian Bui! din e . If YOU WANT Monumenta and Marker Cali to G. E. Veilleux Granite Co. Kiif.re yoìi can see the work tU up before you buy. The show .'oon I s opposite the Passenger Station, 8t I Johnsburv, Vermont JOHN F. HINCU Special Àirent New England Mutual Life Ini. Co of Boston 42 R. Ae Calderwood Bnlldlng TeL 495-M FRANK B. JACQUES Superintendent Metropolitan Idfe Inaurane New York Office in Citizena Bank Bloci JAMES B. CAMPBELL ATTORNEY AT LAW 5? Eastern A venne, St Johnsbar Tel. 661-M. Porter, Witters &Longmoore ATTORNEYS AT LAW Citizens Bank Building 8tJohnsbury, Vermont " the George pTmoore" insurance agency Insurance Any Kind 26 Eastern Avenue C. B. CHASE Bicycles, Guns, Sporting Goods 94 Railroad Street FIRE, . LIFE, ACCIDENT INSURANCE Automobile Fire Insurance IMPEY AND CUMMINGS Provident Life Men 3 Portland Street, Brunelle Block St. Johnsbury Lsundry Fully equipped to do everything In the Laundry line. Also one day work. Office and worka BAY STREET St. Johnsbnry. Tel. 229-1 ìlichardson's Toilet Parlors Hairdressing, Face and Neck Mas sage, Scalp and Hair Treatment Children's Haircutting, Manicure. Tel. 633-W PYTHIAN BUILDING GUY W. HILL j Lawycr I St. johnsbor Ver movi r j PALMER BROS ! Dry Cleaning, Dyeing and Repairin 78-SO Eastern Ave.. St. Johnsbury. Vt Rèliance Electric Company Telephono C96-M St. Johnsbìiry, Vermont ITeat, Light and Tower Wirinir. S. R. CAltTER F. B. KERT? RALPHPROVENCAlT Tuning and Repairing Pianos, Organs and Player Pianos. Telephone 452-J FIRST CLASS PHOTO DEVELOPING and Printjing. Leave your filma ai Bngham's Drug Store, Paino's ('andy Kitchcn o- J. A. Mol.eod's. ló North Avenue. Mei. EOI) & KII.LELEA COLLINS BRODIEN CUSTOM TA1LOR Main Street, St. Johnslmry, Vermont Successor to A. M. Goodrich The Ex-Hotel Touraine Barber Is stili doinir business on the Hill Brown' ; Bl..-k E. J. l'ROTTEN 1I111H1 SUE HJD IÌEÀRT DUSE TRUir-A-TTVES" Maia CotapTeto Cura of Stturo"' Trottalo .. - WRS. FRANK W WALLACE i Moultonville, Carroll Co., N. H. f,An account I read, about 'Fruit-a-tives' or Fruit Liver Tableta in one cf our newspapers prompted dio to try this rcuaedy. I vms ali ruu down and v.ci'.c was burdr-nsomo owiag to Indigestioa and l'uìluess, duo to gas on my stouuch which caused me to beici) a ' good dea1 My heart seemed to bo aflccted. It wus Iw, .vears ago that I uas in this condition and began tbo uso of 'Fruit-a-tives'. Even though the trouble had V-ca of a few ycara Standing, the use of 'Fruit-a-tives' provcd the very remedy I requirod. ì was freed of the Indigestion, which I attributed to my heart ; and I can conscientiously recommend 'Fruit-t-tives' as a remedy of merit". M. FRAKK W. WALLACE. &0c.abojc,ufor $2.50, trial size 250. Àtde.ilersor from FKUIT-A-TIVE3 limi'.eJ. OCDIÌ-N'SBUIIU. N. Y. FAMILY WORKS ON VERMONT DAIRY FARMS One-fourth the Work Done by Wives, Daughters and Sons Without Pav Vermont daiiy farmers hac more help from members of their families than farmers in any other noi tht rn New Enyland state, accoiding to the data recently secured by the Depart ment of statistics of the New Eng land Milk Producers' association. The tìgures show taht the wives, dauh ters, sons and other members of -he families, working without pay, do 24 per cent of ali the dairy work on the average fami. Wit this emeient help the Vermont farmers get along with only 27 per cent of hired labor. 'i hese figuies are in str.king con-tra.-t to Massachusetts, where the dairy farmers have only seven per cent of help from members of their families and are obliged to hire more help and put in much moie time thcmsclves. New Hampshire families do 17 per cent of the work and Maine Iti per cent. But the Maine farmer does much of his own dairy work and has only seven per cent of hired help. One rea.-on why Vermont families make sudi a good showing i.s the large percentage of work clone by boys under 18 years old. The records show that more than l'I per cent of ali the dairy wo k done by these boys, while in Massachusetts they do only four per cent, in Maine five per cent and in New Hampshire eight per cent. Vermont daughters, on the oth er band, are next to lowe.-t in the l's. with less than one per cent of work to their credit. Connecticut trilli do more than seven times as much work on the dairy farms, according to these stati.tics. Vermont wòmtn do more dairy work than the women of any othev state but Connecticut and they do eight times as much as Massa chusetts women. These figures were secured by the New England Miik Producers, assoc iation in its effort to determine the aetual eost of producing milk on ihe average New England fami. The percentage of home labor runs high. Itis not paid for directly. but it must be taken into account in dttermining costs. The rclatively large percen tage of work which is done tvithout GENERAL STORE FOR SALE IN SOUTH WESTERN NEW HAMPSHIRE This store is wcll located in a good live town, with woolen and woodworking manufactor ies. Good opportunity for any one with SÓ.OOO to $10,000 to invest in a business that should pay a jrood profit over a good living. Apply to À. B. Palmer KEENE, N. H." auwuMlaiu MenWanted 20 Carpenters 50 Laborersl J. M. Swan & Son I Calderwood Building i Tel. 4 ,3-M f ;-,7", éost by members of the average Ver mont dairyman's faniily may be one leason for the common belief that milk can be produeed in Vermont i,:uch cheaper than in other state in :.uw England. PEACHAM A patriotic rally i.s to be held in the Congregational church Peacham, Jiev. . Warner, pastor, next Sun aay evening at eight o'clock wmch vvnl be addressed by Or. James S. Mc Uaw of Pittsburg, Pa. Dr. McGaw ìs known throughout teli country as one of ita l'oremo.òt platform orators and Christian states liien. He is general tìdd secretaiy ot the National Reform As.sociation and was executive secretai y of ihe World's Christian Cit.zenship Con feiences held in Philadelphia, Port land and Pittsburg. "America for Cnrist" is the subjcct of Dr. McGaw's address. He will treat on the subtle foes endenger.ng the United States from without and within and will noint out the remedy for our ill-s. This address has been heard by thoùsands of delightful aud ìtors in many states of the union. ST. JOHNSBURY CENTER A. L Chaffee who has been work ing at Wakeneld, Mass., hasieturned to his home here. Mi. and Mrs. Clyde Gilbert and Will Thayer of Harchvick visited Mrs. Gilbert's sister, Mrs. Carrai! Lafoe Wednesday. Mrs. Alice Cheney of Burke visited ber sister, Mrs. Bessie Whceler Wednesday. Mrs. Ella Simpson and grand daughter, Miss Ethel Simpson, ha .-e returned home from a visit in Massachusetts. Mi. and Mrs. James Huntlcy ni Scotts Ba, Nava Scotia, and Mr. ami Mrs. josiah Huntley and sons, Charles and James of Norwich, ae companied by Mi. and Mrs. John Hazon of Norwich snent last Sunday at Rev. M. G. Tup'per's, Mr. an.l Mrs. Roland Chase and daughter, Rachel of West Burke were al-o e-uests of Rev. and Mrs. Tupper, Sun d'av. Mrs. Alice Woodward of St. Jahns burv spent Wednesdav with her par eli ts. Mi. and Mrs. E. M. Massey. Doris Whitney is spending this week at Old Orchard and Pine Point Maine, a guest of Miss Giace Cobb, a fornici- teacher liei e. Mrs. Adna Smith of Burke has been visitine her daughter, Mrs. Harry Wheeler this week. LYNDON VILLE Miss Edith Lewsfy has finished her work at the railroaj shop, an-l will return to school at Lvndo i Institute Tucsdav. This week-end V is in Gorhani, N. IL, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. H. Clifford Smith. Miss Doris Colby has gone to South Woodstock, where she is en gaged to teach school the coming yeai. Platt G. Herrick of Pawlet is a guest at E. J. Blodgett's this week. Albert Gerry BloJgctt ìs also at home from Wateibury, Conn., for a wcek's vacation, accompanied by Miss Alice Stack of Sin ingfield. Mi. and Mrs. Alex McLane, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hale, Mi. . and Mrs, Prescott Moore are in campi at Lake Willoughbv this week. ' Mi. and Mrs. Alfred Howe, Mrs. Lilla Libbey, Mrs. May Gilson, Miss es Maud Lavely, Belle llutler, and Ruth Blo lgett, enjoyed an automo bile ride to Lake Willoughby Wed nesday evening, with a f.ne supper at the Boulders. The party was given especially for Miss Belle Butlcr and Miss Ruth Bladeett, both of whom are to leave very soon, and the others are ali to work in the car at the shops, ot' which Roger Ladd is the managei . Mrs. Arthur G. Emeiy is at home from a visit of several weeks to a friend in Detroit, Mich. WEST BURKE John Watchie is in very poor hcalth and has gone to the hospital nt St. Johnsbury for treatment. The di.-trict meeting of 1). of R. wHl be liei i at West Burke, Sept. 7 atthe I. O. O. F. hall. Mi. and Mrs. H. S. Chappell and Mr. and Mrs. Edd Smith spent sev eral days at Willoughbv Lake re cently. Mrs. R. S. Morrison was a guest of Mrs. M. M. Coe at "Sunny Crest" the nast week. Mrs. H. C. Colby has been quite ili the past week. Mrs. John Cole has returned to his home in Connecticut. E. B. Smith remains very ili. Mi. and Mrs. Bert Hawley, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Russell, Mi. and Mrs. Smith, Luman Godding, Ray mond Miles, Ed. Way and several thers attended the fair at Sherbrooke Thursday. Mrs. Thurber's sister, Lola Elliott has returned to her home, and her ""idmother, Mrs. Martha Jewell of Newport is stopping with her now. PASSUMPSIC Mr. and Mrs. W. J. MrBride, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace McBride and daughter, Lorraine and Robert Mc Bride have returned home to Mon treal. Farle Fuller is working at the station. Miss Elicti Kine is in Boston tak ing a eourse in telegraphy. Mrs. Jane Barnett of Walden, Mrs. John Barnett of Walden and Mrs. Dan ?IeCann of Cabot spent Sunday with Mrs. T. P. Barnett. The Carpenters are working on Idn Sherburne's house. Miss Phoebe Powers of Brownin' ton Center is visiti n" Mrs. Ai Ful ford. Miss Phylena Stanhone of Fast Lyndon is visitine at Fred Converse'. Alex Trotter returned to Montreal Sunday. Miss Hildred Symes returned to Montreal Sunday. .T. I). Moore of Litt'eHn, N. IL, visited Mi. and Mrs. Wells Eastman ove; Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Granp'r are visiting relatives in Walden. Allie Trotter, I ouis Lebav, and woik at I.ebanon, N. IL, this week, POLITICAL -ADVERTISING BACHAND (On the question of the ; "State Board of Charity" I and "School Teachers." I firmly believe in an incrrascd ap-, propriation for our board of charity and probation. Said incrcaso ahould be explicitly spent for aiding childrcn I by assistine the mot'ner to care for them. No mother should be parted ' from her childrcn on account of pov- erty alone. Motherhood should be honored childhoad prplected. I firmly believe in an increased compensation for our school teachers, a serious matter whilh our next County Senator should champion at once. It is said, and I believe it to be so, that each man has his own peculiar ambition. I can say, for one, that I have no greater ambition than that of being truly esteemed by mv fe'low men by rendering myself worthy of their ésteem. I have no wealthy or popufar relations to recommend me. My fate is in your hands, and if nom inateci and elected you will have con ferred a favor upon me, for which I shall give you the very best there is in me. 1 may make mistakes, but no one can accuse me of beine afraid to champion the cause of the people. NOT1CE TO CONTRACTORS Scaled proposals will be received at the office of the State .Highway Commissioner, Montpelier, Vermont, until 1 P. M.. September lóth, 1920, and then publicly opened and read, for the improvement of Sand Bai Bridge Culvert ami Approaches, be tween the Towns of South Hero and Milton, Vermont. , The work to be done consists of '..ne following approximate quantities: Removing old paving 2'i'A sq. yds. Relaying old pr.ving 233 sq. yds. Laying new paving 233 sq. yds. 1-2-4 concrete G cu. yds. 1-3-fi concrete 130 cu. yds. Rock fili, quarrying and placirg 2000 sci. yds. Guard rail 400 lin. ft, Fifty (30) piles One indi steel dowels 1)0 On. it. Drilling for steel dowels 7o hn. ft. Plans and specifications may be seen at the Office of the State Engin eer, Montpelier, Vermont. Bidders should satisfy themselves, before bidding, as to the character ot the work and the obstacles to be en countered. The estimated quantitios are not guaranteed. but are given as i basis for the comparison of bids. A certified check for $1000.00 pay able to the State Highway Commis sioner, must accompany erch bici. The rigbt is reserved to reject any and ali bids. S. B. BATES, State Highway Commissioner. Dated, September 2, 1920. School begun here Monday morn ning with Mrs. Jennie Moore and Mrs. Florence Goss, teachers. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Thomas went home to Lynn, Wednesday. Mrs. Ea Badger and sons, Pearl and Maurice visited Mr. and Mrs. William Badger and friends The Grace Mason Club will give a supper Thursdav ut the Hall. Mrs Nellie Wilson and daughter, Anna, visited Mrs. J. S. Galbraith, Monday. , Miss Bervi Wilson visited Mrs. J. S. Galbraith, Tuesday on her way home to Burlington. Mrs. Harold Wood and two chd dern returned home from Kirby 5un- Harold Wood spent the week end with his family from Hanover, N. H. Mrs. Richard Wright and daughter Nellie. have returned home from Canada. i..fl CONCORD Mr. and Mrs. Chester Carpenter of Worcester, Mass., were guests at F. L. Carpenter's. Mrs. Elizabeth Clifford and daugh ter, Madeline of St. Johnsbury were over Sunday guests of Mrs. Helen Bonnett. W. E. Houston, F. L. Carpenter, Hugh Lund and Stacy Carpenter spent Sunday in Vcrshire. Guy Poweìs has been visiting his parents in Highgate. Miss Marion Emery and Mrs. Gor gon Rendali of Sherbrooke, P. Q., have been guests at H. A. Quimby's. Mr. and Mrs. Julian Dodge of Methuen, Mass., have been guests of Mi. and Mrs. A. .1. Lyon. Mrs. Nellie Clifford of Long Brandi, N. J., and Mrs. Luvia Ladd of St. Johnsbury visited at the home of their brother, Charles Morgan, last Week. Miss Alice Reed and Ralph Reed were home from their work in St. Johnsbury over Sumjay. Services will be resumed at the First Universalist church Sunday mo rn ing. Henry Richardson of Waltham, Mass., called on friends in town the past week. Rcgular meeting Adah Chaptcr, No. 9, O. E. S., Thursday evening, Sent. . Ernest Achille h is spent the past two weeks in Canada. Mrs. Bughee, who has been visit ing her daughter, Mrs. Fred Smith, has returned to her home in Barre. Mi. and Mrs. E. D. Lee and sons, Howard and Biigham spent Sunday with relatives at St. Johnsbury Cen ter. ' Mi-s Julia Quimby is visitine rei i tives in Sherbrooke. Mr. and Mrs. S. .1. llanliri" and son isitedv Mr. Harding' narents in Laconia, N. IL Mr. and Mrs. F. E. McDonald of Ea.-it Burke were in town Sunday. The annual sale of the Universalist church will be held October 27. Com mittees in charce of the various de partments vili be announeed later. Mi. and Mrs. Ilarrv (Hirrier, Mr. and Mrs. T. E.'Whcaton and daugh ter Eleanor. and Mrs. C'È.' Whcaton weie in Newbuiy, Sund tv. NOTICÈ To women Eligible to Register for State Fri- mary, Sept. 1-lth, 1920. The Board of Civil Authority will hold special ses sions at the Town Clerk's Office over Passimi psic Sav ings Bank, in St. .Johnsbury on the following dates: Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, September Sth, ' 9th and lOth, respectively, from 1.30 to 5.30 P. M., on each of the above days, for the purpose of regis- ' tering women who wish to qualify as voters at the State Primary, to be held in St. Johnsbury on Tucs day, September 14th, 1920. Charles G. Braley For Board of Civil Authority. ! JET AGAIN THIS YEAR This Store will be headquarters for School Supplies Why wait until the last minute the open ing day of school to buy ali of the needed supplies. Buy now while stocks are fresh and service not rushed. TABLETS RULERS PENCILS PASTES CRAYONS PENS INKS Complete Line of Waterman's Ideal and Crocker's Ink Ti te Fountain Pens. DON C. STILES CO. Classified Dept. WANTED WANTED-Position . by competent stenographer and bookkVeper. Apply by letter to K, care Cdedonian Re cord. 57-G1 MALE and FEMALE attendants and nurses wanted at the Vermont State Hospital. Wage ocale materially ad vanced Aprii 1, 1920. Apply to E. . Stanley, Supt. 58 tf WANT ED A janitor. C. H. Gos s Co. 58 tf WANTED Sales;ady ho can speak French at M. A. Weiner's Store. 38tf WANTED A kitchen woman and table girl at the Heichta H 'Use, Lunenburg. Mrs. A. J. Newuan, proprietor. 40 tf W A N T E D A dishwasher a ti he Star eaurant. 58 tf WANTED Pupil nurses and attend ants at the Taunton State Hospital. Wages $45.00 per month with main tenance. For particulars address Dr. Arthur V. Goss, Supt. 42 tf WANTED Girl or middle aged wo man for general housework. Small family. No children. Everything modem. Good pay. Apply in person to A. B. Dow, 12 hastern Ave. 46 tf WANTED Competent stenographer for 0 or 8 weeks. Answcr by letter. Parker Young Co., Orleans, Vt. 57-K2 WANTED Waitis and Kitchen Girl at once. Telephone G3-2, St. Johnsbury 51 tf WANTED Waitresses and a dish washer at the Ideal Restaurant. 54 tf WANTED A chambermaid, a mid- dle-agcd woman, at the St. Johnsbury House. 5.) tf WANTED Woman for general housework. Mrs. George M. Howe, 94 Main Street. 5.jLf W A N TE D W a i tre.-s at t ne Ave n u e Hotel. 5(i tf WANTED Woman to work in laundry. Brightlook Hospital. 57 tf WANTED From October lst to June lst a good plain Protestant cook in family of five in West New ton, Mass., a .-ubuib of Boston, nine miles out. No laundry work, waiting on table or upstairs work required. Cooking alone and care of four down stairs rooms exnected. A conil'ortable, warm, well lighted room, with uso of bathrooin supplied. Wages $12 a week. Applv at once to Mrs. C. E. Pickhardt, Ì102 Highland Ave... West Newton, Mass. Telephone Newton West (Kil-W. 57-01 WANTED Men md toamstcr. Good pay to tight parties. Inquire of J. A. Russell. Tel. 323-M. 58-61 WANTED A position by a lady stenographer. Address Stenographer, No. 203 Gibson strect, Lowell, Mass. 5;n;i WANTED A place for girl 14 years old to work i'or board and iro to school. Cali 71 Railroad St. 00-lwk WANTED Waitress at th" New Avnue Hotel. -Vt ti' Ready for CMOOI WANTED A woman to care for an invalid woman. Write for further In formation. Walter Balch, Lunenbmg, Vt. 58-6:j WANTED An experieneed cook for a lumber camp, Good wages and ac comodations, Cary Maple Sugar Co. 57-lwk FOR SALE FOR SALE 1919 Eight cylinder Oldsmobile, 4 passenger sport model, immediate possession given. Inquire Joseph Fairbanks. Tel. 213. 58tf FOR SALE Barbed wire and roof ing. H. C. and H. P. Stanton. Tel., 74-11. site FORD COUPLET Also one of the best vulcanizing outfits in Vemiont. Lowell machines. Write S W Cale don hinoffice fi0-;4 FO R SALE A sceorurhiind I lodgi car in good condition. Inquire at 18 Railroad St. r() tf FOR SALE This week evervthing , in pickling line, also ripe tomn.es for canni ng. J. T. Racicot. Tel. 34-W. 57 1 wk FOR SALE Overland Roadster in fine condition, must be sold thu week. Inquire of A. B. Dow. Tel One, 5(! tf LOR SALE Surrey in good condi tion. Cali Russell Lowrey. Tel. 535. , 54 tf FOK SALE Nine eight weeks old pi?s. Itue.'l Lowrey. Tel. 53T. 54tf FO USALE Low price if taken at once, liaby caniage good as new and Steinway Square Piano in first class condition. Fairbanks Inn. 48 tf I'OR SALE-New Abenaque engin s, G and 7 horse power; Papec corn cut ters. Can be bought for last year'3 price. Tel. 32-3 Concord. A. I. Wright, Waterford. Vt. 25 tf fOR SALE A Dodge Touring car, 1918, in exeellent condition. Prico S775. Will demonstrate. 'Writo Leuba, Greensboio, Vt. C1-G2 toTrént FURNISHED Rooms to rent. In qnirc at 27 Mt. Pleasant St. 51 tf PARTIES having rooms and board, or rooms without board, notify Em ployment Office, Tel. S50. E. & T, Fairbanks & Co. 28 tf GOOD STORAGE foirfurnituieand other merchandise. Blake-Cowling Co., Bay Street, St. Johnsbury. Phone 727. 4j! tf LOST ANI) FOUNI) LOST A Fraterriity ))in; shield shapi1, etiameled in blue with pearls round edge. Was dropped on Eastern Avenue Wrdnesda" evening. Finder plf.a.-e . return sanie to (ilobe Theatre and reccive reward. r)!1!i FOl'ND A pocket hook rontaining a sum of money. Kandill and Whit- comb. 60 tf T.OST Benve.ri i 14 a7id TlTéaii St an eeru rolored crochet bug with the letter "G" on it. Contained a pair ol ;rla. es and ej ochet work. r inder please cali 557-M or lav at 71 Pearl tieet. (ili.