CALEDONIAN-RECOED, TIIUESDAY, JULY 13, 1922
-and the Worst Is Yet to Come! WORKS FOR CHILO
Must Keep Well
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Ten cents booking charge unless cash in advance. Minimum charge 25
Mothers in a Like Situation
Should Read This Letter
from Mrs. Enrico
TO RENT Small apartments for
light housekeeping, furnished and
linfurnished, with steam heat, hot
nd cold water, electric lights and
bath connections. Apply Crystal
Lake House, Barton, Vermont.
Telephone N. E. 8C17 and Gr. Mt.
TO RENT Rooms furnished,
heated, bath connections. Crystal
Lake House, Barton, Vt. Tele
phone N. E. 8017 and Gr. Mt. 19
21. 3 tf
TO RP:NT Two large rooms suit
ble for light housekeeping. Ap
ply to Paul Farnham, 4 Pcail
Street. 299 tf
TO MOT Store and bascment in
the Flood block, South Main St.,
near depot. Inquire o 10. F.
Flood, Karton, Vt. 4tf
IUOSIKABLE rooms to rent. In
tuire of Mrs. H. Hazelton, 2(i
Central St. tf
TO 'RENT Basement tènement
with bath. J. E. Walker. C ti
TO RENT 4 room upstairs tcnc-
niont,16 Elm Street. 10-12
TUO ROOMS to rent at Wom-
an's club house.
SMALL TENEMENT furnished
oi unfurnished. Cali 3G5-R or 7
Prosperi Ave. 12 tf
CHICHESTER S PILL8
W . TUE DIAMOND BKAND. A
Chl-chetvtei-s Dltmofid Brand,
Mila in Red od lìold metallic
Take do other. Bay of virar v '
Pro rei (. A5kforCIII.ClrFH.Tm8
lHAMON RAN1 IMLLH, for SS
yearsknownas Best. Safeìt, Aiwa ysReli3b!e
hot e, ealerl with Blua RibbofL.
SOLO Hi CBUGQ1STS EVERYWHERE
12 room house very well adapt
ed for a rooming house, locateci on
Railroad St. Two bath rooms,
steam heat, electric lights, gas,
now urranged for two tenements.
Ncwly repaired in every room on
inside. Very low price. $5000.
Good trade in a two tenenient
house and barn and largo lot on
The A. L. Bailcy block on Main
St., to settle the estate. Priced to
parrns, with crops, stock, and
tools, at a reduced price.
A. B. Dow s Agency
Tel. 1. St. Johnsbury, Vt
Summer Cottage for Sale. One
of the most attractive and best
located cottages in the village of
Danville. Finest view of the Mt.
Washington range; three-fourths
acres of land, with right of way to
the highway. Has celiar under
whole house, fireplace and hard
wood floor in living room; one
bedroom and kitchen on first floor.
Kitchen has good steel range, iron.
eink and plenty of cupboaras. bec
and floor has toilet and running
water. Piped with village water
and well drained.
FOUR MILES and one-half from
St. Johnsbury, 70 acre farm with
plenty of wood and lumber for
farm. Spring water to house an i
barn. Buildings in good repair, S
cows, two horses, 1 vearling. AH
tools and crops. Near school. An
ideal one man farm.
A two-tenement house with one
balf acre of land, also a nice sin
gle cottage, both located in Sum
merville. ' Six room cottage ali modem
irnprvements on the plain.
CHARLES E. KIRK
, St. Johnsbury Vt.
Those hot days are not hothering the house-wives who use
the simplified ABC method of wash ing. There's no hard work
on wash day when you have an A I! C Super Electric to make
it easy, and to shorten the job to an hour or so.
The hardest work the ownei- of an A 15 C need to do is to
bang out the clothes after they're wa.-hod. Come in and we'll
show you what a simple ta.-k it makes of wa.-hing.
Clean, white dresses and lingerie can be worn plcntifully
without dread of washday, for the A I! (' will make them snowy
white with no hard work on your part. You'll wonder why you
over washed without it.
The A B C is the "cheape.-t" wa.-her you can buy bi-cau-e
it gives you the most service, dollar for dollar. Cali (i9()-M anl
learn about our easy-payment jdan. It lots the wa.sher earn its
RELIANCE ELECTRIC CO.
FOR SA LIO Ford roadster, good
condition. Inquire E. F. Kittredgo,
.50 Caledoniu St. 305 tf
FOR SALE ìumbcr for building
Purposes, l(i inch stove wood, both
slubs and split. Also some 4 ft
hardwood. Horses, for -work or
driving purposes. Also pasture ofr
horses and cattle. K. S. Flint
Phonc 228-11. 305 tf
FOR SALE a barn fraine 20 by
20 knocked clown, ready to be put
together. J. C. Gay, Ì'assumpsic.
FOR SALE 8 room house with
furnace, barn, largo garden, hen
houe, also borse, wagon, dump
cari, two-seated surrey, harness,
plow, liarow, chains, ctc. Phone
FOR SALE Còle Aoro-eight Au
tomobile, touring car in good con
dition. Small mileage. good tiros,
price and terms reasonablc. Col
leetor of Internai Revenuc, Bur
F( ) l SA LIO-One Stefns-Knljrht
in No. 1 cotiilitioii. Equiped with
foni- new cord tires, two spare.
Engine in line sliape, just over
hauled. New top. Paint is good.
Cali 501 St. Johnsbury, Vt. 8 tf
FOR SALE Five room cottage
with ' modem improvemonts, lai'ge
ga'':lcii :iid garage near Fairbanks
'shops. Price IfltiOO. F. L Rick
RIOSÌni'.XClO for sale, 10 lioyn
,ton Ave. For appointment cali
FOR SA LK---GÌenwood kitchen
ranee, Madel I!, in good condition.
Address 13 Mt. l'leasant Street.
1 1 tf
F( )R SA LIO at (iloti, N. IL, small
Hotel tu accomniodato 40 people,
ot direct road to Portland, with
ali moderi! improvemetits and ali
ready for oeoupnncy to open this
summer, ! acrcs ot land, liarn,
garage, tea housi
lìlant and power house, ice house
full of ice, refrigerato!', bascment
full of wood, spring water from
farm sup)lics the house. A good
opening for the righi party. Will
soli at a bargr.in for cash as own
er bas busi no--s in New York and
Chicago and eannot attend to this.
For information writo or phone,
White Mountain House. Fabyans,
N. H. Phone No. JHll "- 304
LOST ANI) FOUND
I OST between Newport and
West Charleston Wednesday
morning black leather bag con
taining pair ladies' brown shoes
and hose, chilrt's gingham diess,
dozen napkins. Reward. Tel. 27
21. Iiert Gero, Newport, 't. 12
LOST log ( oliar, with tag.
Finder )Iease return to Mrs. L. M.
Hill, 35 S)i-ing Street 12-13
I.OSTGold watch from bath
house dressing room next to M.
Y. C. Finder please leave at Sun
set Tea Room, Newport, Vt. 12tf
There .-eems to bet a misun-der.-tainling
as to whether I
ani conducting my
ut SO Eastern Avenue or not.
I am and will continue to
do so until Scit. lst when
Mrs. Ro.-o iHitil will take
posse.-.-ioti and continue the
work at the sanie place.
Vyva M. Richardson
ìli IIIIIPlI! ILA
i l i s '-ir
I1U1IIU1U(UUIIIIUIIIIIIUIUII H R
WANTED Beef, veal, pork,
lamb, poultry at the Summerville
Slaughter House, 54 Concord Ave.
O. Duval, Profl. Phone 651. 3tf
WANTED girl for general house
work. Tel. 129-14, Newport, Vt.
WANTED Experienced wait
ìoss at New Avenue Hotel. 11-12
WANTED 10 painters.
HOUSEKEEPER .wanted Two
in family. Steady work. Full
management. F. E. Vancour, 13
Lane avenue, Newport, Vt. Tel.
338-2. 12 tf
Many women are preparing to
give lecture courses and a lot of
them bave had extensive practice
on their huwbands.
It is predicted that women will
become consuls, but why should
they take such small job when
they can ibecomc ambassadors,
senators, and presidents.
liu Friend Recommended
"Six vcara ago," writes W. H.
Shadwell, Stanley, Va.. "I had kid
ney trouble, and at times was un
able to raise myself in bed. Foley
to me by the
Kidney Pills were recommended
to me by the Chief of the Fire De
partment. After using 3 bottles I
was completely rclieved and have
never had a return of the symp
toms." Why suiTer when you can
get relief from rheumatic pains,
backachc, swollen, pore and stiff
joints, sleep distrubing bladder
weakness and other symptoms of
disordered kidneys? Advertise
ment. CHATS WITH
Some of the best inventive
genius of the world has been
devoted to the development of
modem household applìancrs
for putting gas to work.
Tlie soft radiance of the in
candescent light, the cool com
fort of a gas-equipped kitchen,
the luxury of hot water always
ready, the pleasure of comfort
ably getting a quick meal even
when dressed for the Street, the
convenience of fixing up a little
delicacy for a sick person with
out starting a hot fire, the cozy
supper gotten with little ex
pense or trouble 'when you
come home from the entertain
ment ali are madc possible by
the use of gas.
We are living in an age of
short-cuts. Modem living de
manda those things whieh save
time, eliminate , drudgery and
Why not have them, when
nothing is saved by doing with
out? St. Johnsbury Gas Co.
Paid Since July 1, 1921
Guaranteed to Dee. 31, 1922
JULY 1, 1921, we guaranteed that interest at the
rate of 4 per cent per annulli would be paid on ali
savings deposits for the period ending Decomber 31,
1921. This guarantee was fulfilled on December 31,
JANUARY 1, 1922, we again guaranteed that on
ali savings deposits we would pay interest at the rate of
4- per cent per annum for the period ending June 30,
1922. This guarantee was fulfilled on June 30, 1922.
AGAIN WE ANNOUNCE that interest at the rate
of 4-Yj. per cent per annum will be paid by this l'ank on
ali savings deposits for the periods ending December 31,
1922. This promise for the period beginning July 1.
1922, carries with it the sanie guarantee as the guaran
tees made by us for the past year.
THE FINANCIAL CONDITION OF THIS BANK.
MAKES THIS PROMISE ABSOLUTELY SAFE, BOTI!
TO ITS DEI'OSITORS AND TO THE BANK.
Write us and we will teli you how you can safely
send your money to us. Ali accounts small or largo
are solicited. Taxes are paid by the Bank.
Money deposited in our savings department on or
before Tuesday, July 13, will draw interest from July 1.
The Burlington Trust Company
y-ftl vVol I yj v - :- Wt
Freight Wreck Ties Up
Traine On St. J. & L. C.
Continued from Page 1
the short train left the rails and
breaking from the car ahoad turn
ed over beside the tiacks. The
other six cars left the rails and
ploughed along the sleepers for a
distance of over 200 feet. The
caboose of the train remai ned
half on the tracks whieh saved
possible injury to the trainmen
who were in it.
A wrecking ciew was dis
patched to the scene and worked
until 8 o'clock this morning get
ting the cars back on the rails
and laying new rails over the
ioadbed. The first traili to pass
the scene of the wreck was the
regular 5 A .M. train westbound
whieh left St. Johnsbury i.t 9.30
A. M. on Thursdav morning. The
4.18 P. M. train Westbound W ed
nesday afternoon was cancelled
when it was found that the wreck
age could not be cleared up for
many hours. The Eastbound train
at night carne as far as Danville
and then was run backwards to
And in Caledonia, Too
Orange county seems to be a
bad place for fishermen who save
short trout. Montpelier Argus.
The fellow who tries it in Wind
ham county is quite likely to be
slated for more or less trouble,
too. Brattleboro Reformor.
Squeeze the juice of two lemons
into a bottle containing threc
ounces of Orchard White, whieh
any drug store will f-upply for a
few cents, shake well, and you
h'-:ve a quarter pint of harmle:;s
and delightful lemmi bleach. Mas
sage this swectly fragrant lotion
into the face, neck, arms and
hands each day, then shortly noto
the beauty and whiteness of your
Famous stage beauties use this
lemon lotion to bleach and biing
that soft, elear, rosy-white com
plexion also sis,a freckle, sunburn,
and tan bleach because it docsn't
Jury Stili Out In Miles
Case After 24 Hours
(Continued from Faste 1)
denial of the charge. The witness
es included Mrs. Lizzie Hatfield,
the wife of the respondent. They
were married January 5, 1922, and
now live in Bristol, N. H. Dr.
Charlotte Fairbanks of St. Johns
bury testified to the present con
dition of the Woodard girl. Other
witnesses for the defense were
Henry Lame, who is now in jail
to answer to the sanie kind of
charge as the one now on trial
i is an uncle of the oodard girl.
Other witnesses Wednesday fore-
noon were Mariani Larue of Har
I vey's Hollow, the Woodard girl's
gi andmother, and Clarence Danieli
! of West Danville. The respondent
was the last witness Wednesday
I forenoon and was stili on the
stand when recess was announc
! ed. He said he took the sleigh
vide with the Woodard girl that
had been made prominent in the
evidence in the case, but denied
absolutely having any wrong rela
tions with the girl on that occas
sion or any other.
The case will be completed
The jury jn the Miles-Leavitt
c. se was in chaigfe of Deputy
Shoriff W. C. Heath of Danville
and were quartered in the jury
room at the court house Wednes
day night, while the other jury iri
the Hatfield case, in charge of
Deputy Albert Desrochers of St.
Johnsbury, spent the night at the
East St. Johnsbury
Marion Rnmage entertained the
little girls of her Sunday school
class, Thursday afternoon, July fi.
Games were played and refrosh
ments sei--ed on the lawn. Miss
Ramage has given up her class
and left Friday night for New
York where she will attend the six
woek's summer school at Columbia
Rev. and Mrs. L. F. Fortney
and Mrs. Gault were visitors at
the parsonage from Monday till
Thursday taking trips to the
Miss Ella Prouty of Framing
ham, Mass., is vrsiting her cousin,
Mrs. Minnie Babcock.
Mr, Piper's mother has gonc; to
ho with her sister in Charleston for
a few weks.
Mrs. Elizabeth Chapman of St.
Johnsbury was a Saturday visitor
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James
Mrs. Gertie McGinnis is visiting
her sister in Wilder.
Mrs. Harry Beck and children
' roturned Friday from a stay with
friends in Island Pond.
The Ladies Missionary society
I will mot with Mrs. Marshall Knapp
and Mrs. Bonnett at the home of
Mrs. Knapp Wednesday afternoon.
j The subiect is "Missions in China".
Roy Blodgett's motner is at his
home from Wat -rfoi'd, ami Mrs.
Blodgett's brothor's family, Mr.
and Mrs. Henry McRenolds of
Danvi'.lo visited them last woek.
Mrs. Frank Bonnett returned
Sunday from ì'assumpsic where
she has been carin for a pneu
Charles Poster of Lyndon visit
ed his sister, Mrs. George Dee over
Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Locke visited
last Tuesdav at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Albert Owen of Concord.
Mr. Ixicke's family are moving
this woek from their old home,
whieh has been in Mrs. Loeke's !
family for .",5 vears, into the front
tenement of the S. J. McGinnis
Charles Wark has had lighten
ing rods placed on his house.
Miss V'era Craig visited at the
home of Mary Wark during the
The little son of Mr. and Mrs.
Ralph Chase ha been very ili.
There were 50 from this village
who attonded the dance at Charles
i Taylor's Fridav ifght. Ali report
a jolly good time.
Mrs. L. W. Stearns from Con
necticut is visiting her cousin,
Mrs. George Foster and son,
Clifton, who have been visiting at
Chicago, Illinois. "I took Lydia
Pinkham a VegetaDie Compound
fora seriou3 trou
ble. I had tried
doctors and ali
said the same an
operation. At first
I only felt the
pain on my left
side, but later I
seemed to feel it
onboth sides. I
am a power sew-ing-machine
Iator and have a
little girl to sup
porta I work in a tailor shop and that
line of work has been very slack this
year and I am home part of the time.
1 do not like to take any chances,
so I consulted my friends, and one
lady said, 'Take Lydia Pinkham'a
medicine,' so I did. I have felt bet
ter rightalong and am in goodenough
health to go to work. I recommend
your Vegetable Compound and San
ative Washto ali." Mrs. Mary En
rico, 459 N. Carpenter St., Chicago.
Of ten the mother is obliged to sup
port her children and good health is
necessary. Lydia E. Pinkham'a Veg
etable Compound is just the medi
cine you can depend upon. It is a
medicine for women's ailments and
the relief it brought Mrs. Enrico it
may bring to you.
Mrs. Annie Carlton's, have re
turned to their home in Massachu
setts. O. O. Graves of Greenfield,
Mass., was a guest of ohi friends
here last week.
Mr. Greene has sold bis place
to Mr. Jordon and has gone to
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Heming
way were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Lyman Pi-iest Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. IL E. Pike were
Sunday guests of friends in Lit
tloton. TAOUES WONDER,
Quick Relief for Indigestion.
Dyspepsia and Constipation
60 cerna at Drugeists Itelow or from
Jaques Capsule Co.. Inc., Plottsburi;, N.Y.
W. B. Pastinali, St. Johntibury ; .) E.
Cimili and Siin. Concorii; ( has. H. Co
burn, WchI Burke; Julian I'. l.aui:hliii,
Barnet; W. H. Buck, Well River: Wm.
H. Saundcrtt, Lyndonville; Fred 1. Pirro? ;
Bartnn; 0. A. Austin, Orleans; Bly's
Pharmacy, Newport i W. H. Brown. Derby
Line: E. G. Smith. Kast Hardwirk; Al
bert E. Cox, Hardwirk; E. J. Wheeler.
Morrisville; P. B. MacDnwcll, Johnson;
Elliott Drug Co., Becrher Kalls; E. li.
Mann and Co.. Woodsville; F. W. Bnngs.
I. isbon; Woodman Drug Cn., I.ittletnn;
Elliott ruir Co., Groveton ; John C. Ilutch
in Co., Stratford; Geortre W. Dirkson,
Colebrook; Guy L. Shorey, Gorham ; lile
J. Milieu, Berlin.
Leclerc's Hall, St. Johnsbury ,Vt
Violin, Cornets, Saxophones, Banjo, Xylophone, Clarinets, Oboe
Thursday, Jiììy 13
More (han $4,000 wortli of varied Musical Instruments
These famous stars have played for Columbia and Edison Iiecords.
Dancing, 9 P. M. to 1 A. M. Admission 5.c. Tax included
Don't fail to hear the world famous Xylophone and Saxophonc
The beauty and ine.xpeiisiveiies:J
of our showing of "Silver"
should make the well appointed
table the rule.
The wear of our "Silver Piate" is
guaranteed, and values match-less.
THE QUALITY JEWKLKRS
RandalPs Department Store
DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT
1 Lot Gicy Percales. Sale 15c yard
1 Lot Light Percales taken from our 25c yd.
stock. ' Sale 15c yard
Fruit of the Loom Cotton, 36 inch bleached.
Regular price 25c yard. Sale 19c yard
Not over 11 yards to a customer. '
Pillow Tubing, our special 39c yard Tubing.
Sale 34c yard
Ali our $3.98 House Dresses, Percales and
Ginghams. - ' Sale $2.00
Ali our $1.00 and $1.25 Shirt Waists. Sale 79c
E. N. RANDALL & CO.
MUSIC BY THE
CAST OF FAMOUS
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