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CALEDONIAN-RECORD, TUESDAY, AUGUST 8, 1922 ALI HiS LIFE HESUFFERED Until "Fruit-a-tives" Brouglit Perfect Health NEWPORT LOCALS Miss Margaret l'aymond of IIo boken, N. J., ind Miss Carol Wat er bury of Utira, N. Y., calice! on friends in town Monday. Mr. ami Min. 1,. C'olodny and family loft Tuesday niornir.g on a mot or trip Lo, Boston whrre ihey vii spcnd a few di.ys at Nantas ket Beach after which they wil! go to l'orila nd :md Old Orcliard l'or another wr-ek returning home by vvav 01' l'olund tfpri.Mg.-; and ih;; 4!) Akdhrson St., roirri-ANi), Mai.vk. hito Mountain. l-rances iinggs is vi.--itnig ncr grandmolhor, Mi.-. Alee Griggs. Min .lft-m lilv .'iìil! twn rlnlill'on rcsult, was subjoct to distressing havc rnoved to' Noithfiijd. Eeacli Ileadaclies and I'ain in niy lcft side, j lì ! y vili enler Norwich University I chanced to rcad about ".Fruita- this full and iiulh vili cntcr hign Uvps" in onc ofour locai papera and iichool. , the pulpit of the .Mani Street iiaji " I was troubled with Constipution evcr sinco I can rememher. As a began their use about four nionths igo. Since tben, I bave becn free of Ilcadacbes, my bowels Lave becn regular, and from the uso of "Fruit-i-tives" (Fruit Laxo Tablets) I feci I have derived the greittost benefit". OTIS M. TillYAXT. 50c a box, fi for $2.à0, trial size 2òc. At dealcrs or from FUUIT-A-TIVEd Limited, OC DENSBUKG N. Y. PREMIER THEATRE Newport Vermont TONIGHT Tuesday and Wednesday August 8-l Alice Terry and Jack Mulhall in "Turn To the Right" Metro Special Production at Kegular Price.s THURSDAY, August 10 Alice Lake in "The Golden Gift" Educational Comedy, "A Barnyard Cavalier" niost arceptably i?u:i- 1 Siii'inu' .-; rei'. NEWPORT BUSINESS DIRECTORY DR. HARRY F. HAMILTON DENTA L SURGERY JC-Ray 8eryJ ;e Complete Gaa and Oxygen equip- ment for painless do-tistry. OSc hours: 8.80 to 12, 1.30 te 4 Tel. 278 Gilman's Block E. II. HOWE Buccsssor to HOVVE & STOWfi RK AL FSTATE. NEV PORT TeL 175 T ot's Block HEMSTITCIIING .jatetr, tyl!s, butto ns corerH U rder. Mail orders fi!ld rrorcptly Vvisses Tradeau & Wi.e-ilrr 1-2 Maìi fTt Tl K8-1 C. A. Cramton. M. D. Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Main St., St. Johnsbury. Vt. Appointments for examination c? glasses by letter or telephone. R.N. WHITEHEAD" PUBLIC AUTO Day and Night Service. Tel. 263-3. Newport, Vermont New, Second Hand and Rebuilt TYPEWRITERS ' For Sale and Tn Pent F. E. WOODRUFF The Hallmark Store, Ncv.port, Vt iy nw,.. l.oavc Ma Arrivo Ni tist church dav inoi nin Mrs. Froiiia Alalie of Lyndor ville i.s visitine .Mrs. William Co burn. Mr. and Mrs. ih Iph FaHinnì;.-. and Mi-, and Ah -. John Miìdrelli Lave today .in a rao'er f ip to IScnnington ..rei i.wr the Mohawk Truil, letnrniiig ih ough Mie While ! Mountains on '-Uit aiday. 1 Mr. and .Mrs. .1. 11. iìorncau :ìio Itored to Kn'iwlton on Suii'iay. Mr. ai!'! Mrs. .1. V.. MrCarten lcft "Vlonday nuirniìig on a two veci;-;' rpotor trip to llingham and other points. Miss Yirwinia Fiiiehl of I!o.4o'i i-- the eresi of Mr. and Mr, C 11. J tavis. Mrs. Addii- Ki.mII.'.v rctu !: Salii rday l'ioni a vi. -it to liei' tiro; li ei', Cari O. Crine.- in Cd iiibridui . Kev. Noi bei . Lacliatic v.'lso Ire becn ili for .-.'ver: i :k, is -.v ti' bis In other in llardwick, Kev. Father Morin of K'. !l:cin' Que., is assi 1 "i ì i.'.r with the rervin.-i at t't. r-;.n-y's t iril i il (iui ing ibis tnne. 31 r. an i M"s. J. K. Aubin motcr cd in Waterloo on Hunday. Fari I!;-o.-n :.nd fatuily havo i e tinni'd fioai ih-ir vacai ion trip to I.itlleton, N. Jl. M: . . Laura Nelson of ìlariirnd vas a week rad elìc i of Mr. ai d .Mrs. (). S. .'Vil li s. P. 1 1. Stani -v of Wonds di" bi-ought bis f;..ii'y l'ioni Knos'mr.v to Newport l-'uiulay. JSIr. Stani --y plans io move ;.i !iou.-.'h.l'l J,oo''.- lo ooosvule . i( t V ecr'. Mrs. Olive .liws end l.rollu'", Irving -Ioni s ( f l'as-iimpsic a1'" visitine M l'ini Colii'i ii. Cleiin Pry..;- of iin i isviii" .-p. i.t the week end at the hoive of Mi-. Samuel M rCFniv.ir.. Mi". l'ivo accompa.nicd ber l;u.--band bone or, Mondav. T. IL ri :Vi n of n.ily nas lVOV(;d into on-' of In li ni llieat-' of the lì. M. Cin i:''.' house on n Bread Good l'or I dabidics Hambiett NEWPORT 3AKERY Tel. 213-3 jiemì i.kl;;.'..-(;ui; naviuytion" co. liìulitL JMayor Lindsay Favors Iìallot Voting System (Continued from page 1) the citizens to agitate the question further and to cali it up for ac tion at the proposed special meet ing to bo called in Octobcr, and if agrccablc to the majority of vot ers, instruct the city representa tivc to have the legislature amend the city charter accordingly. , The Long Bridge must be re-1 ouiu or us ìmercommunicauon provided for by a newly construct ed highway around the edge of tho h.ke. The State Highway Com missioner has been appealed to for engineering recommendations aii'ecting both bridges and the proposed new highway fringing the edge of the lake. As soon as the report is received from the Comnu.ssioncr, the public vili be appraisod of his findings and re commendations. Should the Long Bridge bave to be rebuilt ami the Mayor is inclined to Ijelieve that sudi is he practical solution of the problem confronting the city it is not improbable that an a)iieal to the State for aid in the expense of said new bridge would be entircly just and proper. The foregoing premises should come bef'ore the vot-.-rs for determination at the proposed special meeting it Octobcr and ihe city ìepresenta ti vt; instiucted as conditions war rant. The City charter assuredly pro vides that the City Council "Shall estalilish rutes to be paid for the ii: e of water supplied by the city water vorks, etc." And, by its ainendment, "Such service rates shall be and are hereby made a ben in ihe nature of a tax upon the rea! estate, so supplied with water, etc.'' The Mayor i.s of the opinion that t'ie foregoing provisions of the city charter are invalid. The (inestion i.s now before the City Attorni1!' for bis opinion with several other pertinent matters af tVeting the management and con ti ol of the city water .system. It is not unlikely that an amendment ; io the city charter should be es saycd airecting certain matters allecting the water system and ; tliat these matters will be laid be lo, e the citizen for their action at Itile jn-oposed special meeting in Octobcr. Should amendment soem ! di sirable and endorsed, the city re ; (" esentai i ve rnould be instructed ' accor-.lingly. The Mayor i.s conti nuing his study and investigation of the i overtlow discharge from the l'eser ! voir daily. Ile will report on his i inv-iigalions in due time, with i probable recommendations to be acteii upon at the coming special meeting in October. He is con 1 vmeed that a new rcservoir twice the si.'.e of the present one along side of it, vili care for our water needs l'or years to come, with l'.roper policing against fìxturc leaks. A reservoir of the size mentioned should be constructed for f.'.MIOI). HUSBAND AND WIFE 1 My husband eats limburgcr and dried herrings before retiring. F. M. C. WIIAT'DOES YOUR HUSBAND DO? Irasburg Jury Fails To Agrcc In NeAvport Court After threo hours deliheration the jury failed to agi'ee on a ver di''t in the trial of Edward Walker, of dover, who was charged with driving an automobile vhile under the inlluence of intoicating liquor. The trial which in tlus case was Miss Marion Sears has gone to Somerville, Mas.-., for a three weeks stay vith her sister, Mrs. Mayard Alexander. A large number of Woodmen went to Albany Dednesday even ing to attend ine out of doors in nitiation of a class of 8 candidate-. Ali report a fine time. I. C. Carpenter has a new Ford touring car for his U. F. D. route. Paulina Sears has been quite ili the past week. A. E! Ilario w, C. S. Willey spent the Wenlock fistiinu- and Dwight Dow was on husinef.s Saturday. Mrs. Wiggin of Orleans has be' n the guest of Mrs. Addio Cook the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Georgi entertained his brothei wife from Holyokc, Mas. week. Archie Page has purcha.-ed a new 7-passenger Reo. Mrs. Randolph Turnhull cf Greenlìeld, Mass., visied her si.-ter, Mr-. Archie Page, Thursday. George Phillips and (). W. Met calf vero in Barton Thursday eve ning to hear the rivai republiean candidates for governor. The Parker-Young Co., bave finished sawing their stock of logs here and the mill is undergoing thorough rcpai rs. Mrs. Sarah Edmunds of Newport Center pent the past week v ili her daughter, Mrs. O. W. Metcalf. J. W. Donnelly of Rutland, Dis trict Deputy of M. W. of A., has been in town the past week in the interest of the M. W. of A. E. Pike and J. week end in bluebei ry.ng. m lluilingion LaBl.inc and his , the pa.--t hi 1,1 in Barton .aled two days and Time T:il,lc I .' S"I"K A.MKi; !oit rt Snil.n AaT11E.M1.-5 Su!i(!a.-. s I,i a -. I- .cv. Anivu !.- An-ie iNi-iM July !l-j:(-Aujr.6-2- I.IMP Ani-.'i' Mi I,.'HVl- Mi, Arrivo Ni V. l, Central St. Shoe Shop Real Shoe Repairing. Prices low- er. It will save you money to get i your shoes repaired propcrly. I 22CentralStreet, Newport, Vt. Henry G. Blanchard ì INSURANCE OF ALL KINDS 67 Main Street Newport - - Vermont The People's- Steam" Laundry "Service that Satisfies" FLione 242-3 Newrort R. C. SISCO, Prop. 1,1'MVO N. -, AlTÌ0 ?.I.i l.PI.VO 11. A ni ve ..t ' l,n;i o Arrivo i i; TUESDAY TlIUKSliAY 'HI DAY tlt:day Sriit. ?, r,.j" i. ni. ! k e. ni s.'iii li. m. ri", ;i. m. IJ.l'i . in. J.r, 'i. in. li.! il li. ni. 1' llii :i. l'J. --, ,,. 11.::."., li. 7.IKI in M'i P. .'.ir, il - ,. Mi. M.i Nv in. 1.: : n. " p. 1- ai: NVwimi-t I.. llcnni'.-i'.''. Hi-yanlv- I. lii-Liucville Kiinvvliiin' Nvup'iit li I-'iu'i'ii 1 rum l.ACH VYAY.. ' imrl '.'io p. ni. fi .fui Sl.'ni Si. D'i ... v ,in l Ni-A I' Ut Vi Uhi'.s l-1"i:1 ruhjvct lo U. READ ALL THE ADS I li f rr sii i m 1 i ' ;uì ! li-li t nn'JtlM sorvoli ut tithìit.-iIc irii'-i. T ;i, ( olite, Fruii, C'jilicj'. ( 'Ì .';!(' il Iti ( '(.(. f es. 1 ;(.'i t opei Mi-il i .ti S; miai il Tirne. A. CLARK' JOHN M KW'AS, (Juptain Closing Out Sale $5,000 Stock of Shoes Ali kinds of shoes. Little shoes and big shoes. White shoes and black shoes. Winter shoes and summer shoes. Spring shoes and fall shoes. High shoes and low shoes. 25 per cent Discount August lst to l!Hh During'shoe sale a discount of 10 per cent, on ali Dry Goods, and a discount of 5 per cent, on ali groccries will bc gi'en. StrictJy cash. No goods returned. F. E. LEE 825 East Main Street Newport Vermont ur.td niidnight of the second day. Walker was re prese nted by W. W. b'eiidon as counsel, while Al bert W. Farman, states attorney prosecuted for the state. Judge W li udì t appointed Mr. Tolman as foreinan of the jury which was oravi! from (ìreensboro, Glover, Larton and Craftshury. The state eoduced ten -..-itnesses while Walker was able to introduce test imony from at least eighteen wit liesses. Walker vas arrested two weeks a'io, on th ; road between l'arton and (ilover, and charged with in-toxica.tion. j Catarrhal Deafness ! is greatlv relieved by con-titu-I tional treatment. HALL'S CAT- AURil MEDICINE is a constitu i tional remedy. Catarrhal Deaf : ness is caused by an inflammed condition of t ho muenus lining of the Eustachain Tube. When this j tulio is inflamed you have a rumbl : ing i-ound or imperfect hearing, and when it is entircly closed, ! Deafness is the rcsult. Ùnless the j inflaniniation can be reduced, your ! hearing may be destroved forevcr. HALL'S CATARRI! MEDICINE j aets throiKih the blood on the mu S cous ;urfaces of the system, thus : reducinir the inflammation and as ; si. Uip- Nature in restoring normal i conilitions. ! Circulars free. Ali di-uggists. I F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, i Ohio. Advertisement. Golden Crust Bread Makc with Milk Laked to Perfection COOLEY & SMITH East Main St., Newport Developing, Printing and Enlarging for Amateurs. Special at tcntion paiil to mail orders. 24 hour service. Ali orders forwarded, postage prcpaid. Si'nd for pl ico list. PHOTO-CRAFT SHOP "7 Main St., Newport, Vt. "Everything Photographic" Eastman Kodak Agncy Lunenburg Mrs. Selina Jackson of South Lunenburg has gone to Gorhani and her brother, Mr. Rivers, who has been visititi her for a month he returned ao Littleton. Mrs. flai re Woods Le vigne and little son of St. Johnsbury are spending the month with tiie Pru don W oods' on l'orni Hill. Kev. Walter .Morgan and fami!;.' of Washington, D. C, are guests of his mother. Mrs. Mary Morgan. J lavid Noble who is in Littleton hospital is makking a good recov ery. The Men's Community class, which Mr. Noble is a men.bei-, are sending floweis from tiie Noyes each week of his convaiescence. The storni of the eariy eveniniv on Friday jirevcnted many fiom attending the social of the ladies Aid society at Mrs. IL M. Sil.-by's but those who atlonded pa.-sed a very pleasant evening wi'.h music, games and the ixcel'ci.t rel'rcsh ments provided bv tiie ladies. While driving from South Lun enburg on Thursday James Smith s borse was li ightened by one. of the trucks lo-aded with Culvcrts be longing to the road con.truction crew, jumping into the diteli and throwing Mr. Sr.uth out over the dash board sti'iking on his .should vr, An X-ray showed a iTacture of the shouldcr. The Over-the-top boys entertain ed the King's liaughters at the town hall on Wednesday evening treating them to ice crea in and cookies and playing games. The fami knon locallv as the Judson Olcott fami on I.aplrt Hill, was purhasod by A. lì. Lyon last week from Cilman and ( ari of St. Johnsbui-y, who recently bought it from il email Norris. W ill J. King returned home on Thursday Doni a vi.-it with friends in Barre. The Men's Community class were addressed by 1''. lì. Miller of Detroit, Michigan who is staying at G. ti. Temples for the summer, at their regular meeting on Tues day evening, August l.-L. Mrs. Etta M. 'l'umor, town cierk has ajipointed Mrs. Minnie lìall as assistant town clerk l'or the re mainder of the year. Mrs. Margaret Spaulding has pui'chased a player piano from the Bailey music room.s, St. Johns bury. It was delivcred at her home Thursday bv Edward Petcrson. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Blood were in I'assumpsic Saturday and Miss Ella IJlood, who has been visiti ng in Boston for two weeks, has re turned to her home in the ve.-4 neighborhood. Mrs. Norah Biood is convales cing from ber serious illness, but not as rapidly as her many friends wish she niight. Han-y Thomas ami family from Concord have nioved to the Joseph Fournier place in the west neigh borhooil. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Carpenter en tertained their riie p and hu: band Mr. and Mrs. Bert May of Marsh field, recently. The annual sali1 of the ladies aid society is to be held Friday and the fancy work coinmittee a.-k each one interest ed to furnish ar ticles for that department. CASTORI A For Infants and Children h Use For Over 30 Years Mways beare ava Uie Simstore of II I Just the opportunity you've been looldng for, to get this splendid standard hook of new recipes for only - and Six Consecutive Gouoons Gents FROM THE By mail G Cents Additional Even though you have a dozen other Cook Books, YOU WILL WANT THESE NEW RE CIPES, just as you want a new nat or aress once in a wnne. : VII l i t I U fri t ?$. Vi' ri - i"1 fa ' ' . f ' f - , -V $ ili:..'' . - tis, ìriMA'ì v ì k t li - - " t' 3 ; - . v -:: i i : tv i ; 1 1 J'- - Z l n : ' Z ' - t- . f- ':. :; .:. II il 1 duri' Special Features That Make Lowney's Cook Book Different From Ali Other$w . , -hi.,..-.-. !.ll! 7o New Soups. 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