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PAGE THREB
Glassified Advertisements
and the Worst Is Yet to Come!
Masons Erect
New Building
CÀLEDONIAN-RECORD, THURSDAY, AUGUST 31, 1922
25 cents f or the first insertion. One cent a word f or each day thereafter.
Ten cents booking charme unless cash in advance. Minimum charge 25
centi.
TO RENT
FOR SALE
TO RENT three furnished
rooms, 54 Sprint St. Cali 95-2. 3ótf
TO RENT Scpt. 1 Small tene
rnent suitable for man and wife.
AH modem conveniences. lnquire
S. J. Burbank, 9 Cliff Street. Tel.
786-M. !54 tf
TO RENT Large furnished front
room. Phone 492-M. 37tf
TO RENT a front room down
stairs, rooms suitable for light
housekeeping, 23 Pearl Street. Cali
4S&-X. 4G tf
ROOMS 19 Summer. 47 ft
T O R E NT Two furnished rooms
for light housekeeping, 12 Eastern
Avenue, Bailey blork. riO-.l.")
FOR SALE
A sudden change in owner's busi
ness necessitate his moving to an
other state and has placed in my
hands for sale his new jnagnifìcent
seven room cottage house, located
in the best residential section of St.
Johnsbury village. This is one of
the best if not the nirest cottage
in the village. Now iust co, ne
through this home with me, from
tire sidewalk we go up the eemeni,
p.ith on to a iarge spacious porch
through the front door to hall,
turning to let't we pass threugh
Irench dotrs in to living room,
v,nch has open fire place wih
bi.ilt in hook case overhead, th ;n
tlrough moie Fiench doors to iLn
ing roor.:, china closecs, cupboards
and ciraws, ti en to kitchen which
lias everything modem lo simplii'y
house keeping, from kitchen is
back screened in porch, with refri-
ator room tl.en we come back in
to hall. Everyroom in first floor
has beautiful hardwood floors gum
wood finish. Up the open stairway
from the hai! to hall on floor abovo
eptning from here is don, three
bedrooms, full bath besides hot and
ild water ;n bedroom, hardwoo 1
fìoors in ali rooms and pienty of
closets, go up attic from the den.
Corning bac.c down stairs wc ,o
cVnvn in the Lasement from tue
1-itchen, here is the fumace, ;in
other lavratory with hot and coki
v..i'-r, thro'jli a (ìoor to a hiued
garage, cemeni bottoni, convenie:.-èt-s
for vn i.iii.-r car, ut doublé
doors to U e back side of hou.e
w'i'ure the lot runs back deep m:iK-vi-
a fine chance for garden. A
lot of extra expense was put in to
this house making it a nice modem
home that the present owner ex
pected to he able to enioy but now
must sacrifice to the benefit of the
purchaser. Can be seen by au
pointment oy calling Number One.
FOR SALE Residence 10 Boyn
ton Ave. For appointment cali
256-4. 19tf.
FOR SALE cheap Winston six
roadster, fine condition, cord
tires ali around. Cali Thoresen'.?
Garage. 34 tf
FOR SALE Gasoline engine, 6
horse power, in good condition.
Too small for our use, will make
low price, D. O. Washburn, St.
Johnsbury Center, Vt. 43 tf
FOR SAI.K Second band Clèri'
wood Rango. Tel. 1C2-3. T. J.
Col bum.. 53-55
PIGS POR SALE Charles" C.
1 ) rew. Tel .7 1 8-21. 51-54
NEW Grain Threshers with 71
years' reputation, $165. Marsh
Allen Co., Barre, Vt. 51-50
FOR SALE One more nine year
old weight 1100, also wagon, har
ness and sleigh. Alberta Arm
strong, Coventry, Vt. 52-54
FO R SA LE Wood and lumber
lot. Will soli ali or a part of it.
Three miles from Lyndon, '
miles from St. Johnsbury. Will
si. cri f ice for quick sale. Phono
257-4. 51 tf
FOR "SALE A''nic7r'b7?l"a7id'i:ock
ing chair at bargain price. Cali
Caledonian office. 54-51.
WANTED
WANTED Beef, veal, pork,
lamb, poultry at the Summerville
Slaughter House, 64 Concord Ave.
O. Duval, Prop. Phone651. 30tf
A. B. Dow s Agency
Tel. 1.
St. Johnsbury, Vt.
FOR SALE
FOUR MILES and one-half from
St. Johnsbury, 70 acre farm with
pienty of wood and lumber for
farm. Spring water to house and
barn. Buildings in good repair, 8
cows, two horses, 1 ycarling. A!!
tools and creps. Near school. An
Ideal one rran farm.
A two-tenernent house with one
balf acre of land, also a nice sin
gle cottage, both located in Sum
fiierville. Three two-tenement and 1 four
tenement house, ali in good repair,
on the plain.
One two-tenement house with
barn and garden on Harrison Ave.
One two-tepcment house with
barn, garden, Vi acre of land.
Room to keep 200 hens, two good
hen houses Arlington.
In Arlington Good cottage
house, barn, good garden for sale
cheap.
CHARLES E. KIRK
St. Johnsbury Vt
Plymouth
Creamery
Ice Crearti
Is noted for its smooth, even
consistency and delicious
flavors.
Velie "48" good condition,
good tires, good upholstery,
only been run 6000 miles. 5
Passenger touring. Continen
tal motor. For further par
ticulars, cali 578 on phone
or at G8 Railroad St.
Wanfed
Three EVien
at once
to travet. Sales experience
unnecesary. Mu;-t be 21 to
:!0 years of age and not
afraid of work.
Permanont positions to
those who (ualify. Floaters
jiccmI not apply.
REFERENCES ANI)
BONI R EQUI REI.)
For Interview
Write A. B. C., Wells River,
Vt. Give full particulars in
fir.-t lctter.
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. TeL731
RALPH PROVENCAL
Tuning and Repairing Pianos, Or
gana and Player Pianos. Phono
graph repairing. Phone 452-J
jXMÈSRCAin5ELL
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Merchants Bank Block
St. Johnsbury Tel. 861-M
DR7 HARRY A. RASH
Chiropractor
Office Hours 2 to 4.20 P. M.
Monday, Wednesday and Friday
efternoons. Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday evenings, 6.30 to 8.
103 Railroad Street
DR. DALE S. ATWOOI
OSTEOPATHIC PHYS1CIAN
Citizens Bank Building
By Appoiiitment
Trusses Fitted fo. Ruplures
Office cì.ised Vcanehday
DR. W A. GAG E
CHIROf FACTOR
Spinai trouble a -pecialty. )Rce
hours Tuesday, Th-sday, Sfturday
2-5 p. m., Monday, Wrdnesiv and
Friday evenings 7 urfl' 8.
Calaerwood Bldg., l-hr-ne fS58-M
DRTirOÀCHÀND
DENTIST
I Pythian Building St. Johnsbjry
Dr. Geo. F. Cheney
DENTIST
2 Highland Avenue
THE GEORGE P. MOORE
INSURANCE AGENCY
Insurance Any Kind
9fi V!atitprT AvpntiA
RUPTURE
I guarantee every truss 1
fit to hold the rupture ner
fectly, to be easy nd
comfortable, to give com
plete satisfaction in every
way.
WELCOME B. EASTMAN
J. M. SWAlTSON"
IL W. CONLY
Heating and Plumbing. Hot Air
Furnace Work a Specialty
12 Portland St., St. Johnsbury
Tel. 724-M
FIRE, LIFE, ACCIDENT
INSURANCE
Automobile Fire Insurance
IMPEY AND CUMMINGS
Provident Life Men
3 Portland Street Brunelle Block
WANTED AT ONCE A man to
take charge of our work in St.
Johnsbury and vicinity selling our
line of goods. Good chance for a
hustler. Bond required. If interest
ed write or phorie. Grand Union
Tea, Co., Montpelier, Vt. 32tf.
CÒOk wanted for fall and winter
season at Notehl.ind. Al A (Tri n or
ai girl. Good wages and steadv
work. Might take a couple, if ex
perienced. Apply Mrs. C. H. Mo
rey, Bemis, N. H. 45 tf
Res
46 tf
WANTED Waitress Ideal
taurant, St. Johnsbury.
WANTED Woman or girl for
general housework. References re
quired. Cali 729. 47tf
WANTED Woman for general
housework in family of three to
gf to Brookline, Mass., October 1
fo- the winter. Apply to Mrs.
William S. Boynton, Greensboro,
Vt. 47 tf
WANTED French Speaking
derk for General Merchandise
business. Apply by lettor only
stating experience if any also
wages desired. Must furnish refer
ences. The E. W. Barron Co.,
Bia ton, Vt. 50-55
BARBER WANTED Champoux
Barber Shop. 49 tf
WANTED Three men on a farm.
Apply to Impey & Cummings, St.
Johnsbury 50tf
WANTED position by experienc
ed young lady stenographer. Ap
ply C. H. West, 110 Main Street.
51-56
WANTED Six painters, no am.i
teurs necd apply. Write Box 61.
hi tf
WANTED Girl for nousework
on farm. No cocking or washinj;,
Mrs. D. A. Blain, West Bai-net,
Vt. 5I-54'
WANTEI Competent girl or
middle aged woman for general
housework. Appiy Mrs. Victor
Cenge, 105 Railroad Street. 52-8.
WANTED Girf" for general
housework. Apply 24 or 62 Rail
road Street. 52tf.
HAVING opened our eamps we
ne ed choppers, teamsters, sled
ter.ders, cantdog men and rail
mad laborers. Apply to The
oodstock Lumber Co., Beebe
River, N. IL, or John Ronan, Mid
dlesex, Vt. 52-63
WANTED Good
Frost Sanitorium.
canicnters.
53tf.
WANTED Man and wife on
farm. Woman to do cooking. Ideal
place. Apply to Impey and Cum
mings. 52tf.
WANTED kitchen man. Apply
New Avenue Hotel. 54-55.
WANTED Woman for general
housework. Must be experienced
cook. Small family, steady posi
tion, no washing, good wages. Ap
ply Caledonian Record, Newport,
7J Main St., 173-3. 54-56.
GIRLS WANTED To work in
giove shop. Will pay good wages
to start with untll able to earn
more on piece work. Experienced
giove makers can earn from $18 to
$25. per week. Apply at The Ja
maica Giove Company Lisbon, New
Hampshire. 54.
WANTED choppers for cord
wood. Tel. A. F. Young. 162-22.
54-59.
LOST
LOST Betwcen St. Johnsbury
and Lyndon Center one brown
canvass truck cover. Size 10 by
16 feet. Finder please notify St.
Johnsbury Grocery Co. 49 tf
LOST From truck somewhere
between Lyndon and Sheffield
Heights, a man's raincoat. Finder
please leave at St. Johnsbury
Center postoffice. 49-54
There will be no need of a Fire
Ti ( vention Day along in the lato
Octcber if coal continues to play
se ree.
A fair association that has the
rather Man on its board of man
apers is in luck.
HKCONLrS
Plumbing's work and also
fun
At your servico on the run.
from the proverbs of Mr.
Quick.
WE'LL show you surprising
speed in getting on the job
and finishing it if you will
give us a ring and say "get
busy."
I I
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L)fr-AHln34o-
CHESTER, Aug. 31 The offi
cerà of the Grand Lodge of Ver
mont, F. and A. M., have been
sur.nnoiied to be at Chester on
the afternoon of Monday, Septem
ber 4 for the purpose of laying the
correr stone of the new Masonic
building.
The ceremnny will take place at
2 o'clock and will be in accorci
vith the ancient usages and ritual
of the fraternity. Within a stono
a copper box will be placed con
ta :ning information of peculiar in
t:iest to Freemasons, also mater
ial of general interest hearing on
prcsent conditions.
Olive Branch Lodge, No. 04,
vith visiting Masons will act as a;i
eseort to the Grand Lodge. It is
expected that the Assistant Grand
Secretary, Archie S. Harriman of
Middlebury, who is also the Junior
Past Grand Master, will deliver
the address.
Zenas Blake Dies
Suddeniy In Cambridge
(Continued from page one)
Boston, and J. Drown of St.
Johnsbury.
The beautiful fiorai tributes also
aUested to the sympathy of devot
ed friends,
The prayer servici1 at the Bap
tist church Wednesday morning
at ten o'clock. and was attcnded
by many brother employees and
oid friends The interment was at
I'.-no Grove cinietery, the comniit
rr.c nt service being the Masonic
ritual.
Mr. Blake was born in Sheffield,
Vt, Aprii 9, 1874 the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Jahn L. Blake He was
a graduate of Sheffield high
school.
At the age of 21 he entered the
eniploy of the Boston and Maine
railroad and was an efficient and
valuable man in every department
in which he was employed. In
1913 he was elected to the import
ant office of general chairman of
the B. of L. F. and E. and for ninc
years he has given unstintingly
his best efforts for the interest of
thr.t organization, and the interest
ciì the road which they served.
In 1890 he married Miss Addio
M. Foster of Sutton, who with his
two children, Miss Opal Blako.
aged 16 and Carroll Blake, 22 sur
vive him. He was one of a family
or 13, and his five brothers and six
sisters are ali living.
Cabot
Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Norris and
Louise and Mr. and Mrs. Harvey
Rogers went to Smuggler's Notch
last week.
Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Voodry,
Agnes Walbridge, Louise Fair,
Ntlie Williams and Wayne Wal
bridge enjoyed a trip to the White
Mcuntains Thursday.
Dr. and Mrs. Henry Downs froni
Pennsylvania were guests of Mr.
and Mrs. R. C. Farrington Wed-ìii-sday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Southwick
celebrated their 54th wedding an
niersary Aug. 23 by taking a trip
to Smuggler's Notch.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Roy ani
boys of West Barnet visited Mr.
nd Mrs. Arthur Houghton Sun-duy.
CHICHESTER S PILLS
lilla la Rr4 ni Wal millcV
hoin. altri w4U Bina RUrtoa. V ,
Iaka tW. Bar t jumr v '
I1AMN9 IIRANI PILL8, (or
SOLO BY CBUGGISTS ÈVERYWHEBF,
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Catarrhal Deafness
is greatly reheved by constitu
tional treatment. HALL'S CAT
ARRH MEDICINE is a constitu
tional remedv. Catarrhal Deaf-i
ness is caused by an inflammed
condition of the mucous lining of
the Eustachain Tube. When this
tube is inflamed you have a rumbl
ing sound or imperfect hearing,
and when it is entirely closed,
Deafness is the result. Unless the
inflammation can be reduced, your
hearing may be destro ved forever.
HALL'S CATARRI! MEDICINE
acts through the blood on the mu
cous surfaces of the system, thus
reducing the inflammation and as
sistine Nature in restoring normal
conditions.
Circulars free. Ali druggists.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo,
Ohio. Advertisement
VERMONT MUTUAL FIRE
INSURANCE COMPANY
Montpelier, Vermont
Members of this Company are
hereby notified that, for the fiscal
yc ar ended July 31, 1922, the Di
rectors have levied Asse.sments as
follows.
September 30
October 31
November 30 1
December "1 1
Tnnnaw f1 1
February 28
March 31 1
Aprii 30 U
May 31 H
June 30 U
July 15 U
Making a total of 4 per cent
Due and pavable on or before
September 1. 1922.
HERMON 1). HOPKINS,
Treasurer
2
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ST. JOHNSBURY
Locai News
W. Arthur Taplin has been at
tending the races at Readville, !
Mass., this week. i
Rev. George W. Scuddcr and '
family have returned from a brief
so.iourn at Westfield, Mass., re
turning via the White Mountains
in Mr. Scudder's car. Miss Vivian
Shedd of Rrockton, Mass., -ic- i
companied them home and is noiv!
visiting at the Scuddcr home. I
Henry O'Malley, U. S. commis- !
sioner of fisheries, has been in
Portland, Ore., where he is ex- '
plaining to the residents of the
Fiicific coast the protection of the
ìcd salmon of Alaska, through a
pioposed presidential proclama-
tini; giving the department or 1
commerce full authority over the
district. During his stay in Pori-I
land the comnnssioner stayed witn
his mother and sister, Mrs. Julia
O'Malley and Miss Emily O'Mal
ley, both former residents of St.
Johnsbury.
Paul Chofnas is rerovering from
an operation for the removal of
tonsils.
Frederick S. Pease, Jr., passai
th'ough St. Johnsbury Monday en
lenite to Montpelier.
George J. Gagner has gone to
Chicago on business for the E. and
T. Fa irbanks company.
Earl Franklin of the Cary Sugar
Company is in New Yoik on a
short business trip.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gray leave
Wednesday on a months trip to
Abenakis Springs, P. Q.
The New Remington
Game Loads Are Here
COME in and let us show you the latest develop
ment in Loaded Shells. A Remington service
which will appeal to you. No more experiment
ing. No more uncertainty.
Now you can buy the right load for the
particular kind of game you're after.
Each shell is scientifically loaded especially
for the game which bears its name. Furnished
in the famous "Nitro Club" Wetproof Shells.
These shells and loads have met the popu
lar demand of thousands of experienced sports
men. Shoot Remington Game Loads. Get your
share of the game. And there's a Remington
Trap Load, too.
C. B. CHASE
Home Decorations
It's surprising how a few pieces of
China, Cut Glass or Silvcrware
add to the tone of a home.
In no other way can so small
amount be made to do so much
home beautifying.
Our offerings in these lines are
the rcal, genuine, impossible-to-improve-upon
qualitites that are
p re ferród by most people.
If you think of adding a touch of
dignified distinctiveness to
YOUR home by the China, Cut
Glass or Silvcrware way, by ali
means let US display our lines
for your inspection.
Lurchin & Lurchin
THE QUALITY JEWELERS
tali
nyilOBI
TEAS and COFFEE
There is nothing better to be had.
See the premium list in the package, they
are the "worth while kind," packed by
CROSS ABBOTT COMPANY
White River Junction, Vt.
SPEND A FEW
Profifable VJinutes
of your time at the Fair investigating
Grimm Utensils
The Grimm Sugar
Evaoorafor
has been in successful operation for over
thirty years throughout the entire maple belt.
Experienced maple sugar makers say that the
Grimm Evaporator produces a quality of
symp that no other make of Evaporator can
duplicate.
G.H. GRIMM Est.
RUTLAND
VERMONT
NOW IS THE TIME
and Smith's is the place to
get your
AUTO SPRINGS
REPAIRED
CARL R. SMITH
6 Harrison Avenue
Phone 184-21
Rooms Wanted
during the American Le
gion convention, Septem
ber 15 and 16. Communi
cate at once with George
Hinman, St. Johnsbury.
IT BEATS.... AS IT SWEEPS AS IT CLEANS
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THE PECK COMPANY
HARDWARE
i9 Railroad Street, St. Johnsbury, Vermont
ASK FOR A DEMONSTRATION
Tel. U-M
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