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CALEDONIAN-RECORD, SATURDAY, JULY 29, 1922 IL Classified Advertisements an(1 the Worst Is Yet 10 Come! 25 cents for the first insertion. One cent a word f or each day thereafter. Ten cents booking charge unless cash in advance. Minimura charge 25 centf. TO RENI FOR SALE TWO ROOMS to rent at Wom an's club house. 12tf TO RENT Tenement of six rooms with bath; adults only; cali Eertrand's Hall. 14tf TO RENT Garage, electric lights Inquire 115 Railroad Street or Phone 433-13. 15tf Single rooms and two for light housekeeping. 19 Sumrfler Street. Teh227-V 16tf TO RÈNT Steam heated flaV, four rooms with bath, 76 1-2 Eas tern Avenue. Phone 573-J. 21 tf FURNISHEI) room, 11 Portland St., Phone 372-5 23-26 OURWANTADS.PAY PUBLIC AUTQ Day and Night Ser vice. Tel. 460 A. E. McGinnis FOR SALE iumber for building Purposes, 16 inth stove wood, both slabs and split. Also some 4 ft hardwood. Horses, for work or driving purposes. Also pasture ot'r horses and cattle. K. S. Flint Phone 228-11. 305 tf J FOR SALE One Sterns-Knight in No. 1 condition. Equipped with four new cord tires, two sparo. Engine in line shapc, just over hauled. New top. Paint is good. Cali 501 St. Johnsbury, Vt. 8 tf FOR SALE Residence 10BoyiT ton Ave. For appointment cali 256-1. . litf. PRIVATE furniture sale. Entire stock of housjhold furniture. Mrs. E. G. Ouimet, South St., Lvndon vilIe,Vt 21-20 FOR SALE One of the best" lo" cated cottages at Lake Morey, "Recreation." Has a cold spring, running water at sink, stone fire- j place, plenty of piazza room, well ' furnished, about seventy-five feet lake frontage For price or further information urite George O. Ly man, Ncwport, Vt. Box 25i 21 -",2 FOR SALE SPECIAL FOR ONE WEEK I have a special offer for one week on a beautiful home located on a rise of ground commanding a fine view for miles around. This residence consists of nine cozy rooms-, besides a large screened-in sleeping porch which is also clos ed in with glass making it a sun parlor in winter time; the house is heated with a modem hot water system, thrre are two bath rooms, hardwood floors, open fire place, set tub, electric lights. spring wat er, around two sides of the house is a large wide shaded porch. Thi place now is uscd for a residence is adapted nicely for a sanitorium, a fine home, or a two tenement house, there is a two car garage. On account of making a change the price of this place will satisfy the most conservative purchaser if you act now. For full particulars see A. B. Dow s Agency FORSALE Iti White W'yandotte hens now laying. 1 coikerel, $2.00 each. Several 2 to 3 pound broil ers 30c live weight. R. E. Pratt, Tel. 2!)'.M2 22-27 FOR SALE Express wagon nearly new with shafts and pole. Price is right. Intuire of P. E. Hale, Walden, Vt. 23-28 I- OR SA L K RuickToadiTrT Fine ccndition. Intuire, 63 Portland Street. 23tf FOR SAI.ESt e ìTirnH inii ge. . Hale, 3 Central street. 2312(5. FORSALE G i -1' 1 ) i c v e 1 e in first- WANTED I would like an invalid or elderly persftn to care for in my private home. Lovely location in the city of St. Johnsbury. Write X Caled onian office 22tf WANTED Beef, veal, pork, lamb, poultry at the Summerville Slaughter House, 54 Concord Ave. O. Duval, Proo. Phone 651. 3tf WANTED girl for general house work. Tel. 129-14, Newport, Vt. 9tf niSIlWASHER wanted at Ideal Restaurant. 13 f WANTED Girl for general house work, who can do plain cooking. No washing and ironing. Apply a' 143 Railroad Street, phone 196R 16tf WANTED n experiendeed cook at once apply to Lakeview hous?, Greensboro, Vt. 20tf WANTED .Job dri ving truck or touring car. R. C. Blodgett, Bar net, Vt. 21-26 WANTED House, small, with modem improvements located near the Academy. Would consider fiat. No children. Ycar round ten ant. H. E. Hollister, Richford, Vt. 22-27 WANTED Experienced waitress New Avenue Hotel 22tf WANTFD GirTfoThousework. Apply to Mrs. C. H. Goss, 4 Highland Ave. 24tf class condition. L. Thompson, ', Imiuirc of Mrs. P. 1 Simulici- Street. LOST AND FOUND I.OST (Jold watch from bath house dressing room next to M. Y. C. Finder please leave at Sun set Tea Room, Newport, Vt. 12tf WANTED Chore man at St. Johnsbury House. One who under stands horses. Applv at once. 24tf M A C H I N I STS Wanted" scerai first class machinists, fine working conditions ani good pay to ex-pci-ienccd men. Address "Machin ists" Caledonian-Reeord. 25-27 WANTED position on farm as foreman or farni-hand. Married with family. Cali B Caledonia of fice. 25-6 7 ITUIE?' r 4 j ' ÌIÌ I ' ' tttttti ! 0' -' ( .. MI the resulta are looked upon as suc cessful by the state fish und game commissioner. About 1200 have been liberated on the grounds of persons or organizations which ob tained the birds froni the state farm at St. Albans, and about the same number have been hatched outside the farm. I'eports have not been reccived on ali the latter as yet. The birds hvae been distribu ted ali over the state and have adapted themselves to their sur rounding in a way that piomises well for following years. The ven ture is successful so far and if sportsmen help protect the birds and the department can continue the work another year further suc cess is expected. William Morrill, who has had charge of the fami, and has made the whole venture practically single handed is a grad in a game farming. which he studied on the New York otate game fami. His loyalty to the job has meant a great deal to its success. 11 Fordson Tractors On Cabot Job CUNICS FOR AFTERCARE OF P01J0MYELITIS Clinic at St. J. Woman's Club House August 3 and 4 Business Opportunities SELL the Ordinai Watkins Pro ducts. Good city territmy stili open. Get ou.' wonderful offer and frec sam-ites. Write todav. The J. R. Watkins Co.. I ept 78, 64 Washington St., North, I'.oMnn, Mass. 26 Tel. 1, St. Johnsbury, Vt FOR SALE 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-n-ood floer in living room; one bedroom and kitchen on first floor. Kitchen has good steel range, iron Eink and plenty of cupboards. Sec 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 and barn. Building in good repair, 8 cows, two horses, 1 vearling. Ali tools and crops. Near school. An ideal one tran farm. A two-tenement house with onc half acre of land, also a nice sin gle cottage, both located in Sum merville. Six room cottage ali modem imprvements on the plain. CHARLESE. KIRK St. Johnsbury. Vt. Pleasant Vacation Dav are iliade more nlea.ant and complete by having the bc.-t newspaper every day in your mail box. The Caledonian-Record is the home newspaper of Northeastern Yermpnt.. Notify us and we will semi it to your vacation address for two wecks for 25 cents. Special Offer CHILD'S ItAINCAPE Red nd bluo ruh lipr with Scotrh li! aiti lininjj ali th rouirh. I otTcr thi.- hand Bnnuf Iìaincupe which rt-'tails Ht j J.'ìj, to ìì n y person who will ni'ml the N'amo nd Addn-Ks .f lì of tlifir 1 1 hmmìs lor t he as tor.ishinH prico of Jl.ti:;. Money lù'fundrd if not siitisf HCtory dive aire of child. Sfiid money nrtlcr. J. V. BH.OIKAU Lyndonvillc, V t. WANTED Girl for general houseworff No washing or iron ing. Apply ;H, oaix at 31 Summer Street. 26tf WANTED Two boys between 12 and 15 for sales work. Twin State Gas and EJe-tric Co. 26-31 WANTE 1 1 HO and C5"féèt cedar poles (i, 7, and 8 inch tops. Twin State GasandElectric Co. 26-31 MAN or woraan wanted, $40 weekly full time, $1.00 an hour sparetime, selling guaranteed hos iery to wearer. Experience un necessary. International Hosierv Mills. Noiristown, Pa. Odd Fellows Outinp; at Joe's Pond St. Johnsbury Odd Fellows and their f'amilies and friends in large number were oir for Joe's pond early Saturday forenoon to partic pate in their annual picnic outing and field day. Walter C. Hall is chairman of the general committee of arragne r.icnts and William Matthews has charge of the program of the sports. The weather is ideal and a most pleasurahle occasion is anticipat e:l bv ali. Plymouth Creamery Ice Cream Rich in nourishment, deli cious in flavor, delightfully cooling and refreshing. Although the ravages of polio myletis stili continue, notwith standing the attempteif defenses by medicai science, aed the stub born yet unsuccessful efforts 'in the research laboratorv to discover means whereby this dreaded dis ease can be cured or stili better, prevented, yet the results obtainefl by the poliomyelisis after-care de partment of the State Board pf Health are remarkable, in viewiif tne obstacles which have been sjr mounted and are encountered Jn ali pioneer work. Vermont has one proud distinc tion to have had among her sons 26 i one who recognized this disease as one with epidemie tendencies and his work, a classic, will remain for ever a mounment to his memory and foresight. Dr. C. S. Caverly's work was an inspiration to others and from it ha sprung a system of after-care which has brougtht hope and sunshine to many. Start ed in 1!)14, it has grown stead.ly up to the present time The sur cal work has been in charge of men recognized as leaders in thfllr profession and this line of work, nere and abroad. The grouping of patients has given them an oppor tunità' to observe cases and results closely so that their judgment and skill has beconie keener, ali of this beine a valuable asset to patients. The after-care of surgical cases has : been in charge of i-pccially trained nurses so that the patLnnts welfare' has been jealously guarded from their admission to the time of dis charge. . The follow-up in the homes, in I charge of Miss Bertha Weisbrod , and her assitant, Miss Margery Kerr has been of tremendous value ' in keeping as a group, this large ' number of individuals scattered ! over the state, some of them in ex 1 tremely remote sections. Once a year clinics have been held in some of the largest centers where Dr. Lovett and Dr. Ober and assistants have after careful examination, made suggestions for the care oi ; cases during the following advice in regard to surgical, therapeuti cui, or mechanical treatment. A research laboratory, iu charge oi Dr. W. L. Aycock, has been in con stant operation and experimental woi-k conducted along lines most liable to lead to the discovery oi means of defense of prevention. In Proctor, a modem tchool, Ormsbee House, has been establi shed where fifteen cripnled children live under ideal conditions. A vo cational training department has been cstablished silice Septeniber, 1D21, in charge of Miss Margaret lves and its possibilities are bril liant. The results are tlready won derful, some very beautiful work being dono by the pupils. Weav ing of scarfs, rugs, bakets, manu facturing of toys, etc, is taken up and hope and enthusiasm returns with the knowledge and discovery that, although handicapped, the race can stili be run and won. The frequent visits to the homes are also of great benefit, bringing cheer ancl moral supnort to those who certainly are in 'eat need of it. The State of Vermont should be grateful to those who have made this great work possible and look into what is a truly great philanthropie enterprise, Clinics will be held at the following cen ters. August 3 Woman's Club House, St. Johnsbury, i) to 4, Dr. Lovett. CH1CHESTER S PILLS Vyr-v TUE KHAMOND BKAD. A 1 S,tTZ I i 1 fj Indimi Ani your ttrugaltf 4'hl-cheaters l'Iamoid Itrmaii l'Ili in ltd ancl old metMl'c1 hoirs, scalci wiU Blue Ritoa. Hn Alfio fitti; a vm D1A11M KIUM) l'I LI. H, for & vrs known arr Iìe:t, Safest. A lwvs Ktliat.l SOLO BV CBUGGISTS EVERVWHEBF, ST JOHNSBURY BUSINESS DIRECTORY JOHN F. HINCH INSURANCE OF ALL KINDS Special Agent New England Mutual Life Insurance Co. Calderwood Bldg., 42 Eastern Ave St. Johnsbury, Vt. Tel. 731 RALPH PROVENCAL Tuning and Repairing Pianos, Or gans and Player Pianos. Phorio graph repairing. Phone 452-.T IL W. CONLY Heating and Plumbing. Hot Air Furnace Work a Specialty 12 Portland St., St. Johnsbury Tel. 724-M DR. HARRY A. RASE Chiropractor Office Hours 2 to 4.20 P. M. Monday, Wednesday and Friday afternoons. Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday evenings, 6.30 to 8. 103 Railroad Street Dr. Geo. F. Cheney DENTIST 2 Hiffhland Avenue RUPTURE I guarantee every truss fit to hold the rupture er fectly, to be easy nò comfortable, to give com plete satisfaction in every way. WELCOME B. EASTMAN DR. DA LE S. ATWOOD OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Citizens Bar k Building By Appoi. tinent Trusses Fitteci fo 'iuptures Oflice closeil U'ennchdays DR. W. A. GAGE CHIROPRACTOR Spinai trouble a specialty. Office hours Tuesday, Thur-day, Sn':urday 2-5 p. m., Monday. Wedne.sc! ìy and Friday evenings 7 until 8. Calderwood Bldg., Phone C.r)8-M DR. J. D. BACH Afro DENTIST Pythian Tìiiildirn' St.. .Tohnshnrv "j7Rirsw7vir&sor" GENERAL CONTRACTORS Calderwood Bldg. Tel. 4I1R-M JAMES lì. CAMPRELL, ATTORNEY AT LAW j Merchants Bank Tllock j St. Johnshui-y Tel. 861-M : FIRE, LIFE, ACCIDENTI INSURANCE I Automobile Fire Insurance IMPEY AND CUMMINGS i Provident Life Men 3 Portland Street Brunelle Block THE GEORGE P. MOORK INSURANCE AGENCY Insurance Any Kind 26 Lustcrn Avcnua Farmers ! ! We want 1000 dozen of Fremii Eggs and we can use some No. 1 Dairy Butter. Buy your Groceries of the fellow that is trying to sa ve you money. Buy your Canned Goods by the dozen and your Soap by the box, at Wholesale Prices. Salada Tea is the Best Tea Packed, and you can buy it at Wholesale Prices in 5 and 10 pound lots. Lipton's Coffee in 5 pound lots 35c Pure Lard Compound Lard Best Rice Coi n Meal Quaker Oats Sh. Wheat Corn Flakes Malt B. Food " I'ills Wheat Food Mother's Oats pound 16c ound 15c " pounds 2óc 10 pounds 25c package 24c juickage ll'ic pkg. 8c pounds $1.0(1 5 lbs. $1.00 1 pkgs. $1.00 1 1 ri prenuums Good Coffee pound 27d SOAP ló bars Soap for f0c 10 bars World Soap for 53c 10 bars P. G. Soap for 48c 10 bars Small Ivory for 68c 12 lge. cans Baked Beans $1.7.ì 12 medium cans V. C. Baked Beans ..$1.75 12 medium cans Heinz Baked Beans $1.7") Why bake 'em this hot weather 12 cans No. 1 String Beans $1.7-") 12 cans No. 1 Maine Corn $1.75 12 cans No. 1 Album Peas $1.75 12 cans Beri Salmon $2.00 12 cans Pink Salmon $1.7; Uneeda Biscuits 5c SMITH'S Cut Price Cash Groceries F1VE STORES JOE'S POND ITEMS ' Fred A. Emery and his sister, Miss Ina C. Emery, of Washing ton, D. C, have joined the sum mer colony at Joe's Pond and ara occupying "Sunset Lodge," the lakesiue home of Mr. and Mrs. liobert E. French of St. Johnsbury. Mr. Emery was for twenty-fìve years a member of the editorial staff of the Associated Press at Washington of which he was at various times editor and capital manager in charge of the Con gressional news sei-vice of the lar gest newsgatherinir organization in ine woiid, of which the Caledonian Record is a member. He was chief of the Bureau of Foreign Intelli gence of the Department of Sen ate at Washington for three years in the trying period of post-war world reconstruction and has writ ten extensively for Collier's Week ly and other publications. Miss Emery is a well-known au thor. She is the publisher of the Washington Monument Guide Look whose circulation has run into several millions of copies. She is the author of an Educational textbook "Emery's Constructive English," uscd in the public schools of Pittsburg ad other cit ies. Her course of studv in Short Story writing has had students in every state and in every civilized country on the globe. She was formerly president of the Inter continental University at Wash ington, whose directorate included such men as Chauncey M. Dejiew, of New York, Justices White and Brown of the Supreme Court of the United States, Martin A. Knapp, at that time chairman of the Inter-tate Commerce Commis sion an dother nationally known men of affairs. Miss Emery pro duced last year a briliant pageant depicting Washington's "Childhood Beautiful" given in the key audi torium of the Central High school at Washington, with 600 particip ants and 2,000 people in the audi ence, the largest affair of the kind ever given in the National Capitol. Mi-. Emery has always been very active as a "booster" for Vermont, has been the instance of mar.y out of state people visiting Vermont, and was once Vice president of the Vermont Association of the Districa of Columbia. Farmers from ali parts of Northeastern Vermont have found it one of the most interesting: sights seen in many a day to see the eleven Fordson tractors at work on the Federai road project in Cabot. The tractors are used for every conceivable kind of work. Yesterday heavy trailers loaded with from 5 to 6 tons of coal were being hauled over rocky hills by the Fordson tractors. One Fordson tracter will haul the oi'dinary load of five teams. During the early part of the I road project continuous rains filled the road so deeply with mud that j horses could not be used. The bat jtery of Fard so n tractors was pressed into serv.ee and did the work in fii'st-class shape. Then the heavy rocks dumcd into the road 1 made is impossible to use horses for fear of breaking their legs be , tween the big stones The Fordson tractors rode over the almost im passible road with record speeif. W A. V right, the locai Ford agent at the Corner Garage, is ready to take any farmer interest ed in a Fordson tractor to the v ab ot ro.ad project where they can see the wonderful utility and sei-vice of the Fordson tractor demonstrated evei-y day. Quality Silverware It will "do your heart (rood" to come to- this sto re and see the wide selection of rare, yet ec onomical silver pieces, ranging from sets that start the young housekeepers in their new home, to individuai pieces. splendid as gifts- to yourself or to friends. We want you to come in allow us to show you every gift possibilities. Lurchin & Lurchin THE QUALITY JEWKLERS St. Johnsbury Center Livingston 'erick of Burlington spent Monday with his sister, Mrs. T. R. Stiles. Edward Wallace, who is at Fit' h hospital, is reported as gaining. Mrs. French of Fast Hardwick is visiting her sister, Mrs. Iloycc. Mrs. Addie Page spent Tuesday with friends at Joe's Pond. Mrs. Ames is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Bigelow, in Dan ville. Kvangeline Chalfee has returned from Brookyn, N. Y where she spent several wecks with her brother, Harry Chalfee and Mrs. W. B. Chaffee and three children of Brooklyn are vissiting at A ruthur ChafTee's. Mr. and Mrs? Bob Shaw caììed on friends in town one day last week. Mr. and Mrs. McCalI and fam ily of Long Island are visiting at Bert Gardner's. Miss Emily Benedict of Iirrok- line, Mass.,., has been visiting at Charles IJene lict's. OIIR WANT ADS PAY Good Jobs Don't Just Happen Do not reìy upon iuck or accident to get you a good paying position. The reason we hear so much about Juck is because it is the exception and not the rule. It is unusual, therefore talked about No one necd compiain about their inability to secure employmtnt. Competent help is at a premium; any number of office, factories and general butinef concerni in this city vould b glad to employ yoa if they knew you were idie. Gel Liv and read the HELP WANTED ADS today. CALEDONIAN-RECORD, Capital iequirements i The growth of conimunities served by this Company and the increas ed general use of electricity has been so rapid in the past six months it necessitated an unusual amount of new capital to provide additional equipment to care for this growth. This condition can best be illustratati by a comparison of gross earn ings for the six months ending June 30, VJ22, which show an increase of $83,447.00 over the sanie six months of 1921. To provide funds for these additions to its plants and lines and retire existing indebtedness, the Company sold its Prior Lien Stock to its cus tomers and used the proceeds for the following purposes: Sli!(),.")28..'!l Was .-pent constructing a high tension transinission line between Gor ham, N. II., and St. Johnsbury, Vt. 2 1,2 l(t.Ti) To purchase meters, transfoi mei s, poles and wire to provide i-ervice for new customers. '.),() 10.22 To extend the dist rihution system to new communities built up. ")'!, 1(5-1. -18 To retire ali out.-tanding baule loans. .'il, ()()(l.(M) To retire and canee! an eiual amount of outstanding bonds. ?2-H ,573.8 Total for six months ending June .')(), 1922. 1200 Pheasants Distributcd In State Hi I rihution of pliea -anl.s by the .-tate is linisliuU lor uns i ear ami The fìgures just given will acquaint our customers and stockholders with the large amount of capital necessary to finance the Company serving them with the necessities of electricity and gas and it is estimated it will réquire at least $000,000 to take care of the growth and new develop ments during the next twelve months. Over 2000 residents of territories served by this Company are holders of Prior Lien Stock and we are depending on them and the other custom ers we serve to provide additional capital to care for the growth of their Company in the future. The cost of furnishing electricity or gas includes a 7 per cent, return on the capital invested and our customers are oiTsetting this charge in cluded in their service bilìs by investing their funds in the stock repres enting that capital invested. , . .. - s! ait Twin State Gas and Electric Company i:i;xxinc;tox, vt. iìi:attli;f.oro, vt. st. joiixsnuuv, vt. 1 IO VE II, N. II. BKKLIN, N. II. HUOSICK TALLS, N. V.