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Visit Our Booth at the Fair
Watch the demonstration of the New Easy Washer ! St. Johnsbury Wiring Co. E. E. GAGE, Manager AT THE FAIR Engines and Machinery 'B m1 w. i flMf V U J lira U J In the first booth in Machinery Hall. See our exhibit of Milkers, Separators, Water Outfits, En gines, Spreaders, Washers, Plows, Blower Ensilage Cutters and Elec tric Lighting Plants. A. E. COUNSELL & SON St. Johnsbury, Vt. Wirthmore Poultry Feed Intermediate Chick, Growing Mash, Duttennilk Laying Mash, Scratch. A feed expert will be at the poultry shed at the Fair. Ask him. C. A. Smith 151 Railroad Street. Telephone GoS COME TO THE FAIR AND SEE THE For 1923 A CARLOAD OF On Exhibit and For Sale at the FULL LENE OF IIARNESS, COLLA RS, BLANKETS, ANI) EVERVTHLNG FOR THE BIG HORSE. We now have on hand, at our fami about 50 Tuberculin tested cows, a number of grade Jer sey and Guernsey fresh and dose springers. We pay the highest cash prices for fat hogs, calves, sheep, lanibs, and wool, delivercd at our fami or the stock yards. Gilman Brothers The wsM lo feeo ?k LsMixdrèss- fi y '-l i v" R3 fi un iriiB mi lo keep the "Univer- sai" Electric Washer in your laundry. the battio MO Washin cry of the ihins?! is the i i i cry ot the modem maio who is requested to scrub elothes on the washboard and parboil her hands in hot, sudsy water. The easier the washing, the easier to keep the aundress. ""THE "Universal" Washer calms the rebellious spirit of the tem peramental laundress. She hke to work it just for the fun of it. She works the washer without working herself to excess. She rests while it washes, saves time while it wrings. THE "Universal" does the cleanest washing the quickest, safesl way. In has every improvement that can be devised to give it enduring value. Let us prove its greater worth by its better work. AT B. V. WakefielcTs Store East St. Johnsbury, Vermont Percales 18 cents a yard Ginghams 18 cents a yard Khaki Pants $1.50 per pair )ress and Work Shirts $1.00 each See our line of tennis and work shoes. Acme Jars (pints) Acme Jars ((juarts) New Native Potatoes New Native Onions Coffee Circle W brand AVhite House Au toc rat Red Salmon Pink Salmon Dutch Iland Soap Goblin Iland Soap $1.05 $1.10 l!0 cents a peck (i cents per pound 2!) cents a pound 38 cents a pound 38 cents a pound 28 cents 15 cents 5 cakes for 25 cents 5 cakes for 25 cents B. V. Wakefield's Store For thirty-seven years I have been telling home owners and house builders about GlBfìWOO Furnaces, Ranges and Heating Stoves i ti ili imi Ir. I W See niy exhibit at the Fair and talk it over with my salesman, ili1. Kann. He being with the mannfactury of Glenwood goods for several years, he knows. H. J. Goodrich East St. Johnsbury Twin State Gas So. SI. Johnsbury, XI.