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CALEDONIAN-RECORD, TÙESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1922
PAGE THREE
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Glassified Advertisements
25 cents for the first inscrtion. One cent a word for each day thereaf ter.
Ten cents booking charme unless cash in advance. Minimum charge 25
centi.
TO EENT
IO RENT Scpt. 1 Small tene
ment suitable for man and wife.
AH modem conveniences. Inquire
S... J..Burbank, J Cliif Street. Tel.
78G-M. . 'òi tf
TO RENT Larse fum:hed front
room. Phone 492-M. 37tf
47 it
nr.tf
ROOMS lì) Summer.
ROOMS, 17 Summer St.
TO RENT Furnishcd " tenement
after Oct. 1. Telephony 321-M.
Ifflf
TO RENT Fumished rooms for
liirht housckeeping-. 12 Main. Tel.
20. r,7tf
TO RENT Five room "tenement
witm bath. 8 Charles St. Cali af
ter 4 o'clock. 57 tf
FOR SALE
FOR SALE cheap Winston six
roadster, fine condition, cord
tires ali around. Cali Thoresen'ji
Garage. 34 tf
FOR SALE gasoline cngine, 6
hor.se power, in good condition.
Too small for our use, will make
low price, 1). O. Washburn, St.
Johnsbury Center, Vt. 43 tf
FOR SALE Wood and lumber
!ot. Will sedi ali or a part of it.
Three miles from Lyndon,
miles from St. Johnsbury. Will
isi.crifiee for cjuick sale. Phone
I 2C7-4. 51 tf
FOR SALE Restaurant in I.it-
tleton, N. IL, good location neur
station and Opera House. Price
$4000. E. W. Chandler, Prop.
55 G(r
TO RENT Four room tenement,
modem improvements. IL G. Cut
ting, 22 Cliff Street. 57-02
OURWANTADS.PAY
FOR SALE
Located on Summer street, a
two tenement house, two furnaces.
two bath rooms, electric lights and
gas, garage, barn and a ver large
lot, plenty shade trees. This house
is priced for quL'k sali?- Two ter.
ement house on South Main Gt.
Fhctric 'igb's and hathroom.
Small price and easy tcrm.
A. B. Dow's Agency
Tel. 1. St. Johnsbury, Vt
FOR
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 68 Railroad St. ..-
FOR SALE New Starr cabinet
giaphophone with 40 records and
repeater. Inquire of housekeepor
at Bertriind'aHall. 57tf
wThTiM.OT atEast St. Johns
bury containing acres about
two of it on mowing on the road
side. For further particulars ;ip
ply to Uavid Ramage. SepJV-7-y
FOR SALE Upright piano in
good condition. Cali 314-11.
57-02
LO ST Between
LOST
St. Johnsbury
and Lyndon Center one brown
canvass truck cover. Size 10 by
lt feet. Finder please notify St.
Johnsbury Grocery Co. 41) tf
I.OST Friday afternoon between
Moore and Johnson's clothing
store and the New York Bargain
stoie $7. Leave at 3'J Pearl Street.
56-5!)
LOST Black and white kitten.
Cai 1282-J. 57 tf
I.OST At reception on Tuesday
evening, Aug. 1, Pearl stick pin,
pear-shaped, valuable as heir-loom.
Reward. Mrs. F. B. Richards, Tel.
400. 57-5!)
Business Opportunities
LATiOE Manufacturer "wants men
or womcn agents to soli advertised
brand ladies' trimmed hats direct
to wearer. No capital or experi
eflce required, big profits, free
sample outfit. Giace and Merritt,
1540 Broadway, New York City.
57
niRECT from the Mills, Blankets".
Cottoti or wool. Our '! Specials;
2'a pound cotton White or Grey,
.$2.20 pair. pound Woolnap
White or Grey, $.'!.75 pair. Non
Shrinkable, 55 per cent ... Wool
White and riaids. Bound Edgés.
$7.00 pair. AH sent postpaid.
First quality and full size. 57
Dear Old
School Days
As you cnter another ycar of school
work start with a will to acomplish
something worth while. Later in life
you will look back to the many happy
days spent in school.
Decide to save something every vveek
and deposit it with the Citizens Savings
Bank & Trust Company.
Your account is invited.
Citizens-Savixgs Bank
and Trust Company
St. Johnsbury, Vermont
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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 PRO VENCAL
Tuning and Repairing Pianoa, Or
gana and Player Piano. Phono
graph repairing. Phone 452-J
Xamèsb:mìpbìeEl
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Merchants Bank Block
St. Johnsbury Tel. 861-M
DR7 HARRY A7RASH
Chiropractor
Office Hours 2 to 4.20 P. M.
Monday, Wednesday and Friday
afternoons. Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday evenings, 6.30 to 8.
10,3 Railroad Street
DR. DALE S. ATWOOl
OSTEOPATHIC PHYS1CIAN
Citizens Bank Building
By Appon.tment
Trusses Fitted fov Ruptu.res
Office cjsed Wennehdajn
DR. W. A. GAG E
CHIROFRACTOR
Strinai trouble a -necialty. Jfflce
! hours Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday
2-5 p. m., Monday, V' idnes'v and
Friday evenings 7 urti! 8.
Calderwood Bldg., I h:ne 35S-M
Dr. Geo. F. Cheney
DENTIST
2 Highland Avenue
DR. J. D. BACHAND
DENTIST
Pythian Building St. Johnsbjry
THE GEORGE P. MOORE
INSURANCE AGENCY
Insurance Any Kind
9R Eactprn Avonilfl
RUPTURE
I guarantee every truss I
fit to hold the mpture ner
fectly, to be easy end
comfortable, to give com
plete satisfaction in every
way.
WELCOME B. KASTMAN
3Ì7SVAN &SON
GENERAL CONTRACTORS
Calderwood Bldg. Tel. 438-M
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
8 Portland Street Brunelle Block
PUBLIC AUTO
Night and Dav Service.
A- J. MÀCIE
Phone o97-R
WANTED
WANTED Beel, veal, pork,
lamb, poultry at the Summerville
Slaughter House, 64 Concord Ave.
O. Duval, Prop. Phone651. 30tf
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 phone. Grand Union
Tea, Co., Montpelier, Vt. 32tf.
COOK wanted for fall and winter
season at Notchl.ind. Alan in.
al girl. Good wages and steady
work. Might take a couple, if ex
perienced. Apply Mrs. C. II. Mo
rey, Bemis, N. H. 45 tf
WANTED Waitress Ideal Res-
taurant, St. Johnsbury 46 tf
WANTED Woman or girl for
general housework. Referenc s re
quired. Cali 729. 47tf
BARBER WANTED Champoux
Bjirber Shop. 49 tf
WANTED Competent girl or
middle aged woman for general
housework.- Appiy Mrs. Victor
uenge. io nailroad Street. 52-8.
HAV1NG opened our camps vve
ni ed choppers, teamsters, sled
tor.ders, cantdog men and rail
ìoad laborers. Apply to Tlie
oodstock Lumber Co., Beebe
Plver, N. H., or John Ronan, Mid-
dlesex, Vt. 52-G3
MA'N AND WIFE or singlTwr.m
ar. on farm, one who can do plain
cooking. Apply Impey and Cura
mi ngs. 56 tf
WANTED choppers for cord
wood. Tel. A. F. Young. 162-22.
. 54-59.
WANTED Washings and ironing
Phone 475-J. 57 tf
WANTEDWicSri'òuld
like position in office. Inquire this
office. 57 tf
To the Lovers of
Antiques !
We buff and lacquer old
Brass Kettles, Pewter Pans,
Andiions ,etc, at a very mod
erate cost.
The C. S. BLODGETT CO..
Inc.
190-200 Bank Street
Burlington, Vermont
Prolonging
the Garment's
Life
Every thing that wc say
about our cleaning applies to
the garments that we receive
in the mail. Our business
integrity is the foundation of
our parcel post department.
CLEANING a garment
should benefit rather than
harm it. It should relieve
it from accrctions of dirt and
grit that weaken the threads
and cause the txture to de
cay. THAT is- the reason we
claim that our process is
one for ecoViomv as well as
clcanliness. Dirt and thrift
cannot live together.
Palmer Bros.
Dry Cleaners Dyen
8t. Johnsbury Vi.
"The insulation
was nearly
gene"
The fi re prevention eti
gineer reported that
several light wires with
worn insulation were
twi.vted around metal
pipcs.
This agency off era its clicnts
fire prevention scrvice to
h(dp prevent fire and to
provide adequate insurancc
to pay for losses, should they
come. Ask about it.
Morrill &
Hawkinson
--and the Worst Is Yet to Come!
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Charles Ross Honored
On Birthday
(Continued ìrem ace 1)
sired in that direction. The birth
day cake, made by Mrs. Beck, was
cut by Mi'. Ross, and he officiated
at the task like a veteran and had
cvidently cut the birthday cake be
fore. After justice had been clone the
dinner, the guests met in the as-
Cut This Out It Is Worth
Money
Cut out this slip, enclose with 5c
and mail it to Foley & Co., 28:i5
Sheffield Ave., Chicago, 111., writ
ing your name and address clear
ly. You will receive in return a
trial package containing Foley's
Honey and Tar Compound for
coughs, colds and croup: Foley
Kidney Pills for pains in sides and
back; rheumatism, backache, kid
ney and bladder ailnients; and
Foley Cathartic Tablets, a whole
some and thoroughly cleansing
cathartic for constipation, bilious
ness, and sluggish bowels. Adver-tisement.
FOR SALE
FOUR MILES and one-half from
St. Johnsbury, 70 acre farm with
plenty of wood and lumber for
farm. Spring water to house and
tarn. Buildings in good repair, 8
cows, two horses, 1 yearlirig. A'.!
tools and crops. Near school. An
ideal one man farm.
A two-teuement house with one
half acre of land, also a nice sin
gle cottage, both located in Sum
merville. 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.
In Arlington Good cottage
house, barn, good garden for sale
cheap.
HOUSE, barn, one acre of land
on Portland Street.
CHARLES E. KIRK
sembly room when the following
program, arranged by Mrs. L. H.
Vitty, was presented and thorough
ly enjoyed: Piano solo, Mrs. Heleri
Hall; address, Rev. A. S. Wood
worth; song, Mrs. R. D. Sherry;
recitation, Miss Alice Parker;
piano solo, Mrs. Margaret Gorham
Glaser; song, Mrs. Sherry; Ameri
ca. Brief remarks were made by
Rev. E. P. Lee, Judge J. T. Gleason
and others, and Mr. Ross spoke
a preciati vely of the spirit that had
actuated the occasion and ali wish
ed him many happy return of the
day.
Mr. Ross is a native of Water
ford, but carne to St. Johnsbury
several years ago and has always
been prominently identified with
the best interests of the community
He was prominent in town affaire
in Wateiford before he carne here.
His enviaible war record naturally
identified him with the acthities
nd interests of the Grand Army
the Republic. He has been the com
mander of Chamberlin Post, and
has been many years its efficient
adjutant, and in every way an hon
ored and valued member. He is a
member and deacon of the South
Congregational church and active
)y identified with its scrvice. Ali
these activities in which he ha.
given unsparingly of his time and
experience has pi'evented him from
giowing old in anything but cal
endar years. In heart and spirit, he
is young and vigorous and the
celebration Saturday was fitting
appreciation of his valuable sei-vice
to the community and the warmth
of the greetings expressed the
wai'm place he holds in the regards
of a wide circle of friends and ac-quaintanees.
Wantedl
Three Men
at once
to travel. Sales experience
unnecessary. Must be 21 to
'() years of age and nof
afraid of work.
Permanent positions to
those who quali fy. Floaters
need not applv.
REFERENCES AND
BOND REQUIRED
For Intende w
Write A. 15. C, Wells River,
Vt. Give full jiarticulars in
first letter.
North Dan ville
Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Alien
gave a party on their lawn Satur
day evening. Ice cream and assort
eci cakes were served and a very
pleasant evening was enjoyed by
ali present.
Mrs. Winnifred McCosco gave a
dinner Sunday in honor of her
guest Miss Sarah Brigham of St.
Johnsbury.
Mi-, and Mrs. Charles Clifford
and Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Jensen vks
ited relatives in Chester Saturday
and Sunday.
David Labbay wh recently un
derwent a serious operation at St.
i Johnsbury hospital is gaining slow-
' Fred Sanborn of St. Johnsbury
is visiting relatives in town.
j Edna and Margaret Sanborn of
I Clarcmont, N. IL, who were guests
at Arthur Sanborns a part of last
week have returned to their home.
Mr. and Mrs. Asa Randall of
Richmond were guests at William
Batchelders Friday and Saturday
; Safford Randall ,wIio has spent the
summer at Mr. Batchelders re-
, turned home with them.
Mr. and Mrs. George Whipple
and Mrs. Lydia Alien of Lyndon
("enter, Mrs. Etta Ruggles of
West Burke, Mrs. Eliza and Miss
Stella Alien of St. Johnsbury Cen-
I ter wèrp Sunday guests at Mr. and
! Mrs. F. E. Aliens.
YOUNG'S HOTEL
Court Street and Court Sq.
BOSTON, MASS.
Admirably situated in the
center of the financial and
commercial district.
PRE-WAR RATES
Rooms without bath $1.75
per day and up. Rooms- with
bath $3.00 per day and up.
Busy men stay at Young's.
Every detail of their wants
and tastes is anticipateci.
WORLD-WIDE REPUTATTON
FOR NEW EN(jLANI) COOKING
J. H. WHIPI'I.E CORPORATION
also operating Hotel Tour
aine & Parker House
4
27,
PASSUMPSIC LODGE, NO
F. & A. M.
Regular communication Thurs
ilay vening, Sept. 7, at 7.:i() p. m.
for the despatch of business.
Called communreation Thurschw
evening.Sept. 14, at 7..'!0 n.ni.
Work M." M. degree. Lunch will be
served.-Visiting bretheren welcome'.
Renwick H. Cutting, W. M.
Fred H. Dolloff, Secretary.
Barn Equipment
Hay Carrier Outfits,
Litter Carrier Outfits,
Feed Carrier Outfits,
Barn cloor tracks and hang
ers, Stalls and Ventilators,
Stancln'ons,
Special designed water
bowls.
Our line is complete. A.-k
for catalogne.
MAIiSH-ALLEN CO.
lÌHrre. Vermont,
ST. JOHNSBURY
Henry T. Ball of Ibanon, N.
H., has been visiting his brother,
Frank W. Ball. With Mr. and
Mrs. Ball he went to Bean Pond
Monday to attend a reunion of the
Eastman famiiy. Mr. and Mrs. W.
B. Eastman and famiiy were
others who attended the reunion.
Miss Dorothy Scribner is spend
ing a few days at Lindsay's Beach
or, the shores of Lake Memphre
magog. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Severance
are entertaining Mr. and Mrs.
Frederick Byrd and son, Bradley
and daughter, Reseda, and Mrs.
Isabel Byrd of Lynn, Mass. Mrs.
C IL Davis of Newport was with
her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs.
Severance the last of the week.
!H coffee pot- S
III put in.
GIFTS FOR MEN
The man loves practical, useful
things, and at the same time
his sense of vanity makes him
enjoy the beautiful.
Here are a few tuggestions that
may be helpf ul.
Belt with gold or silver buckle
$5 to ;s
Solid gold link buttons $5 to $15
Scarf Pins $2 to $25
Solid gold Waldmar chains
$5 to $25
Gold knives $3 to $10
Gold Pencils $' to $5
These articles combine beauty and
utility.
Lurchin & Lurchin
THE QUALITY JKWELERg
Laborers Wanted
for Wìnsted, Conn., 35c per hour. Nine hour
day. Board .and room $9.00 per week.
J. M. SWAN & SON, INC.
Calderwood Building Tel. 438-M
Roaring Broolc Park Barion, Vt
p"0flll)01
You are especially invited to come and see SIGHTS,
THRILLS, ATTR A CTI O N S, Amusements, Lessons, Mirth and
PEOPLE.
PROGRAM
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER Gth
9.00 A. M. Judging of ali horse classes. Judging of Cattle Clas
ses. This work is instructive and you should give it your best
attention.
10.00 A. M. Pulling matches. The best teams in Orleans Coun
ty will be entered for. this event which is divided into three
Classes
1.30 P. M. Horse Races and every race a thriller.
2:19 Class Purse $100.00
2:25 Trot Puree $300.00
2.30 Class Purse $300.00
Athletic Sports Mile run and ete.
A real hair raiser, be su re to see it.
A lady parachute jumper who will leap from an aeroplane in
full flight, shown for the first time in Northern Vermont.
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 7th
10.00 A. M. BALL GAME
FAIRBANKS ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
vs
SARANAC LAKE NEW YORK
Without doubt the two fastest teams who have played ball in
this part of the state this vear and you should pian to be on hand.
1:30 P.M. RACES
FreeforAll Purse $500.00
2:17 Class Purse $100.00
2:21 Class Purse $300.00
Athletic Sports.
You ali want action so here it is Kiddy Barrows and his
WING WALKING ACT, walks ali over the wings of an aeroplane
in full flight, stand on his head and to end up right loops the loop
seated on top of the piane without being fastened on.
Grand Parade of Live Stock Every Day
On the .Vaudeville stage in front of the GRANI) STANI)
between heats of the races VAUDEVILLE furnished free and is
under the direction of the B. F. Keith Vaudeville Exchange
(That's Quality)
Wodnesday NIGHT SHOW Sept. 6th
FIREWORKS, BAND CONCERTS, VAUDEVILLE
Grounds lighted for the occasion also Fiorai Hall which you
should see at night.
General Admission 50 Cents. Teams and Autos 50 Cents
Childrcn under 12, 25 Cents. Admission for Night Show 25 Cents
Free Parking Space for Autos in charge of caretaker.
New Entrance on Park Street for ali cars from north.
Your chance for a Big Outing Don't Fail to Be On Iland
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