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iuoìnÌain-kuokÌ). TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1922
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Children Cry for Flètcher's
ST. JOHNSBURY
liocal News
The Kind You Ha-, e Always Bought, and which has been
ia use for over thirty years, has borne the signature of
on the wrapper ali these years
s -f-?1' just to protect the coaing
'Cocciute generations. Do not be deceived.
Ali Counterfeits, Imltations and "Just-as-good" are but
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of
Infants and Children Experience against Expenment.
Never attempt to relieve your baby with a
remedy that you would use for yourself.
What is CASTORI A
Cast ori a is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric,
Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains
neither Opiurn Morphine n r other narcotic substance. It3
age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has
been in Constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency,
Wind Colia-and Diarrhoca; allaying Feverishness arising
therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids
the assimilation of Food ; giving healthy and naturai sleep.
The Children's Comfort The Mcther's Friend.
GENUINE CASTO RI A, ALWAYS
Bears the Signature of
In Use For Over 30 Years
The Kind You Nave Always Bought
THC CINTtUR COMPANY, NI YORK CITY.
ih: 1. E. FarmorV, office will ne
closed from Aur;. 25 to Sept. 5.
Advertisctnent
Cccil Albee of Newport was
called here Sum'ay by the serious
illncss of Mrs. AI beo at the home
of her parenti!, Mr. and Mrs. 1).
VV. I.owell.
Miss tirare Lililxy spent the
holiday with li or parents in Enos
burg Falls.
Miss Ceci! Brown left Tuesday
for Newport, N. H., where she is
to teaeh. ;
Mrs. TJiomas Land and daugh
ter, Jane of Somerville, Mass.,
are guests this week of Mr. and
Mrs. John McLam.
Miss Eda Origliami sport the
week end with the Misses Marion
and Anna Stanton at Stanton
Lodge, Noith bajiville.
Mrs. E. E. King sputi t Sunday
with Mrs. Harloy Keough at Lyn
dòn Center.
Mrs. L. M. Wells and little
duugster, Eleanor returned home,
following a two weeks' visit at
Willoughby Lake.
Isaac Wood of Dixville. P. Q.,
and Mr. and Mrs. George Stevens
and son, Gordon of Newpoit were
guests of Mrs. George H. Smith
over the week end.
Mrs. Herbert Moffett fave a
party Sept. lst, for her twin nep
hews, Marcus and Maurici.1, of Or
atine, Mass., in honor of their fifth
birthdays, entertaining: eight of
their little friends with a peanut
hunt and refreshments.
Mr. and Mrs. Glerr Perry have
returned from a two weeks' visit
with relatives in Freeport. New
York and South Oratine, N. J.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Boy Taft and
Laura Taft and Mrs. C. E. Reed
and daughter, Helen, wei'e at the
Taft cottage at Joes l'ènti over
the week end.
Mr. Howard Ford and son,
John were with friend:- in l)anville
Sunday and Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. IL A. Graves,went
IL, to vis
thero will
N. H., to
a tew days witn mr. uraves
l'hey .
School Days
We have everything for school. School paper, ali sizes and
kinds. Loose-leaf covers and paper to fit, ali sizes and prices.
Note Books, ali the different sizes and different luling-,
Every kind of a lead peneil from 2 cents up.
Fountain Pens, different makes and ali warranted from $1
to $10.
Eversharp pencils, ali kinds and prices. Pens, penholders,
Erasers, Rulers, in fact everything for school and our piices
and qualities are always rigjit-
Reliable Book Store
101 Eastern Avenue.
E. C. SMITH, Proprietor
lhey are -4,
GOOD! i
T,u- 4r.y to Lbunuu,, N
I it their sohs and frotn
I mot or to Newport,
! spem
niothei-, Mrs. A. C. Graves.
will return on Saturday.
Miss Florence Sealey of the
ìiarquin and Sealey millinery is in
New York and Boston this week
it: the interests of the j:tore.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles V. Ruiter
and daughters who have been .sum
mering at W est liunville, returned
to St. Johnsbury Monday, and
have reopened theij' home on Main
Street.
W'anted Sept. 15 or Ort. 1 an
apartment for three adults. Fur
nblied or unfurnished apartment
or rooms for light housekeoping.
Address Look Box 041, St.
Johnsbury Advertisement.
The St. Johnsbury Band will
pive a concert Tuesday evening in
Court House .square.
The retristration at St. Johns
huiy Academy is larer at this
timo than a year ao which i.s
most gratifyinj to ali interested.
The first chapel of the ycar will be
held at !)..'Ì0 W'ednesday morning,
followed by the renular exercises
of the terin. The foot ball siuad
have already had ' two practlce
perioeis.
That Railroad Street on Satur
day nights is a husy place goes
without saying and last Saturday
evening a count was taken of thi;
cars parked on that and adjacent
streets. The count was taken at
8 o'rlock of the cars parked from
the Gii man stahles to Counsell's
store, countinii' also thosc parked
from the postoffice to the depot.
There were 357 cars or practically
otie-thinl of ali the cars rcKistered
in St. Johnsbury.
William Urickett antl family
bave Kone toBoston on a visit for
a few days.
V. S. Goss counted the cars on
the Roosevelt trail ag-ain Saturday,
t: king the census at the Follensby
miM bridge on Portland Street.
Durine the day 821) cars passed,
1 17 one borse teams, 2(ì two horse
team:: and 2(i motor cycles. The
latter was much the larjfest since
the count was started early in the
summer.
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Hill and
children are back in St. Johnsbury
after a summer spent in various
parts of Massachusetts. Their
last town was Uxbridge where
tliey spent a week with their
i1ierry-go-round.
l'r. C. A. Craniton and family
Tng'alls and King Ileld,
For Manslauahler
(Continued from nage one)
the following verdict was render
ed: "That the said Patrick J.
Shevlin on theoOth day of August
1!)22, at the Sherbrooke Hospital
of this city, carne to his death
i'iom injuries received in an uu
totnobile aecident, which happenod
within about one milc north of
Stanstead Plain, and the saiil un
dersigned jurors, after hearing
the evidence adduced at this in
duest, are of the opinion 'that
Ilomer C. Ingalls and Lewis F.
.il
PEXAD
Of Good Values
Clean-up Sale
King, v.di ile bi-inrr both intojfatrJ
itici -firc-fesaly rlrivitiK their auto
mobile at a very high rate of
s))eed, were thè direct cause of his
death, and the said jurors are of
the opinion that the said Homer
C. Ingalls and Lewis F. King
should be sent before a criminal
court to stund their trial on a
charge of manslaughter."
Ingalls, whosc licen.se it is claim-
Neo was revoked two years ago, is
said to have been driving the rov
at some time prior to the aecident
but it does not seem to be eertuin
as to who was driving when the
crash occurred. Ingalls was injur-
I ed in the collision, but was placed
under guard in the Sherbrooke
Hospital after .the verdict had been
returned. He was sufficientlv re-
covei-ed, however, to appeal- in the,
locai court tor the prelimmary
heaiing.
THIS WEEK
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Rawleigh Products
Sold
At 4!) Portland Street by"
John W. Polland
Green Tea Dr!nkergN
TRY A PACKXT OF
n o rnn '
Naturai Leaf Green Tea. Its strength
Flavour and Economy in use will prove
a revelation.
ireoi
In Sealed Packets Only At AH Grocers.
OTifiStaìfiÉiiii
TONIGHT
GLOBE TONIGHT W
Zane Grey's "Golden Drsams"
A thrilling story of red-blooded romance. Big Animai
Thrills!
Educational Comedy: "A False Alami" Globe Trio
TOMORROW
Johnnie Haines in "Kurn 'Etti Up P.arnes"
An Automobile Racing Story
Reduced
Ice-Creani Freezers 25 per cent
Refrigerators 20 per cent
Lawn Soiinkler: 5!)c net
Garden Tools 20 per cent
Pyrex Ware 20 per cent
U. S. Separatoli $85.00 net
Galvanized Ware 20 per cent
Simonds Hand Saws 20 per cent
Disston No. 12 Hand Saws
20 per cent
Churns 20 per cent
San-O-La Bathroom Ware
1- per cent
COLONI AL, St. Johnsbury, Thursday, Sept. 7
ONE NIGHT ONLY
Popular Prices 50, 75, $1.00. Plus VVar Tax.
Seats New Sel!ing
Main
at
Street
their
Smith
. and Mrs. J. Clark
week end and hol
the wonders of
l Hip 1Q? ; ,: 4
Standard of Comparison '
lA "Four" That Sets a New Standard
The 1 923 Buick Four Touring$885
Distinctive Head Lamps
Drum-type head light and parking lampa
are amonfc the ut refinementa of ali
1923 Buick modela, both foura and sixea.
In beauty of appearance, dependability and economy
of operation the Buick four-cylinder, five-passenger
Touring has establiahed ari entirely new standard for
four-cylinder cars.
Its low body with its clean, straight lines, accentuated
by the high radiator and straight hood, give it a long,
racy appearance thai is new to. cars of its class.
Massive crown fenders add to this distinction, as do
the snug-fitting, shapely top and the handsome drum
type head and cowl lamps.
And with this beauty has come a new riding comfort.
The seats are deep and low with full leg room in- both
compartments. The steering column has been changed
in position to increase driving ease and the gear shift
lever has been raised to meet the driver's hand. A
transmission lock, a windshield adjustable from the
inside, and a transmission-driven speedometer likewise
are among the many new refinements of this model.
Material changes also have been made in motor,
chassis and body construction which contribute stili
further to the wonderful performance record charac
teristic of Buick cars for twenty years.
The Buick Line for 192S comprixrs foiirlrrn modela:
Foura 'J 'a.v.t. Hnadstcr, $SG"; 5 l'usa. Touring, SSSò;
X Pass. Cmtpr, $1175; 6 Pan. Snlun, $l.il).t; ,r, Pass.
Touring Sedali, $LUS. Sìxcx'J Wv. Roudxler, $11" ';
5 'a.s.v. Touring, $1190; 0 Puss. Touring Sedan, S 1!)35;
5 Pax. Sedati, SlUSo; , Pan. Coupé, SIS!i:; 7 Pass.
Tourinijjl i,.ió;7 Paxs.Sedun.tll!)',; Sport Rmulster, SI (120;
Sport Touring, S167Ó. Prices f. o. b. Flint. Asie about
llie (I. M. A. C. Purcha.ie Pian, n-hich prorides for Drfrrrcd
Paymentr.
D-6-NP
lare oreupying their
home after a summer
Joes Pond cottage1.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert A
and son and Mi
, Amey spent the
j iday exploring
Ausable Chasm.
Mr. and Mrs. B. A. McLaughlin
land Miss Charlotte McLaughlin
were the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
i Henry Peck at Joes Pond over the
', week end. Other guests at the
! Peck cottage included Mr. and
jMrs. William Thurber of West
I Mr. and Mrs. James Impey and
children, Ruth and Hugh, spent
the holiday in Stowe, guests of Mr.
and Mrs. "Arthur Leith of Wash
ington. I'. C.-who have a summer
home at Stowe. They were ac
conipanied by Mrs. Impey's aunt,
Mrs. Rose Pennell of Washington,
I. C, who will spend a few days
with Mr. and Mrs. Leith.
Wilbur J. Fair and family have
returned from Joes Pond where
they have been in camp for the
i past month.
I Miss Mariorie Cramton reached
home Saturday after a visit to
friends in New York and Meriden,
Comi.
Mrs. Emma Lavigne Asselin has
taken a position in the ready to
wear depai tment at the Berry Ball
Ihy Goods company's store. Mrs.
Asselin was formerly employed in
the R.'ady-to-Wear shop and later
in a department store in Lcbanon,
N. H.
C. A. Nichols who has spent the
summer at The Weirs, N. IL, is
visiting his son, Robert 1'. Nichols
bel ore returniiig to hij home in
Boston.
Mrs. Walter Mertz and sons,
Walter May ami Stuart leave to
night for their home in Wayne,
Perni. They have been passing
several weeks at the home of Mrs.
Mertz's father, Harry Day.
Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Palmer and
children broke camp -at Joes Pond
Labor day r.nd are ut thei lihome
on Clinton rvnuc.
Judge and Mrs. W. P. Stafford
bave closed their summer home in
Grcensboro and are spending the
day with St. .In'insbuiy friends be
fore going to their home in Wash
ington, 1). C. They will return
ir. their automobile, leavin.g Wed
nesday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fowle and
I son, Harry, of Newburyport, Mass.
have been passing a short time in
St. Johnsbury wdiile on an automo
bile trip through this section.
Miss Cora Uonaghy of Woods
ville, N. H., was with St. Johns
bury friends and relatives over the
I holidav.
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Mr. and mrs. nenry i.eei oi
Topsham were visitor last week
at the home of their daughtei,
Mrs. Ralph I). Sherry.
Mr. and Mrs. William Locke and
children after a vacation at the
home of Mrs. Locke's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Sidney Beed left the last
of the week for their home in
Medford, Mass. Their son, Gray
don, who has passed the summer
with his grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. Reed, aceompanied his par
ents home.
Dr. Foote, Dentist
St. Johnsbury House
Friday and Saturday, Sept. 8-9
Plates $15.00
Painless Extraction
No Pain No Cocoaine
Lawn Mowers
Machinist:' Tools
Garden Uose
irinkler Cans
Fishing Tackle
Baseball Goods
Auto Accessories
Electric Fans
-TERMS CASII-
20 per cent
25 per cent
20 per cent
25 per cent
25 per cent
25 per cent
20 per cent
20 per cent
The Peck Co.
HARDWARE
ST. JOHNSBURY. VT.
39 Railroad St. Tel. 412-M
p, S. September Special for The
Boy.'-
A good quality Foot Ball
98 cents
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ÌHOOIO THi WOMANBE TUO,,
MOOAS HI PliASIS C
Are you mai
For Everyone Over 16 No Children Admitted
NOT A MOVING PICTURE
arried? Are you contemplating marriage? Then come and see this story of a loveless mar-
MARRIAGE IF LIFE'S GREATEST GAME
MOTHERS! Bring your
daughters and save them a
lifetime of bitter angubh by en
lightening them.
GIRLS! Bring your sweet
hearts, so you will both have
a better uderstanding of the
marriage problem.
WIVES! Bring your husbatids,
and let them see conditions as
they exist in many homes toùay.
GIRLS ! See this pian before YOU marry.
Sherbrooke gave the Fairbanks A. A. one of the greatest games of the year
Monday and Saranac Lake needs no introduction. Fans can expect a hard fought tus
sle with these star New Yorkers.
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ON THE CAMPUS AT 3.15
St. Johnsbury Buick Co., Inc.
Charles E. Silsby, Manager
G. M. C. TRUCKS G. M. C. TRUCKS
VIIEN "BETTER AUTOMOBILES ARE BUILT, BUICK WILL BUILD. THEM
GHICHESTER SPILLS
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This is the last week for the locai fans to see their favoritcs in action. The last
game will be played Saturday and everybody should be out rooting for a victory.
THE IIOERNLE MEN ARE COMING DOW-N THE HOME STRETCTI LIKE WILD-
FIRE!!
Admission lo Game 50 Cents Including War Tax.
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