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vJALEDUNlAN-RttCUUD, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1922
A Eonds of the Harris, Forbes & Co Incorporateti 24 Federai St., Boston stara Rallroad Permanent positions for competent men whose work is satisfactory as Maehinists, Boilermakers Sheet Metal Workers Gas Welders (Acetilene) Shop tram for Lyndonville shòps will leave St. Johnsbury at 6.30 a. m., stopping at Center vaie, returning after the day's work. TJiis train will run daily except Sundays. Apply to C. A. BURRO WS, St. Johnsbury, Vermont H. F. WOOD, Lyndonville, Vermont To take the place of men on strike. (ci I ball 660 For ST. JOHNSBURY joins in the national denionstration of I MIT m .. 1 mmzmm Celebratinff Better Pictures at ali li - ralK the Better Theatres Tlìb poster is in theatre lobbies everywhere Go in wherever you see it. A few of the new Paramount Pictures Gloria Swanson in "Her Gflded Cage" With David Powell, Walter Hiers, Harrison Ford Rodolph Valentino in "BJood and Sandw Fred Niblo Production. With Lila Lee, Nita Naldi, Walter Long If it li s e highest srade & Maine 70 cents an hour 75 cents per hour i-'fì ru m o u Youtì Men al Newiorl HaveTJad Accident (Continue! froin page bone in the le fi shoulder lame arni. Edmund Richard is a University student, the Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Olle) ami Norwich son of Richard. Stranie to say he had a similar ac rhlent, though less serious, at al rììost the sanie place, on a Satur day night only a few weeks ago. Kenneth Somcrville is the son of Mr. and Mrs. George Somcrville, Main Street and Walter Mitchell is the son of John Mitchell of Mount Yernon St., and is a clerk in the Canadian Pacific railrond office. The car, a Ford, new this sum mcr, is badly wrecked, and will prohably need a new body. Albert Moore and Lyle Fitzpat rick were also on the way to Cov entry and were not far behind the other boys. They were able to re nder valuable assisfjinre, ami brought the injured to Newport. Richards was taken to the oll'ice of Jr. Piette and Somcrville to Dr. Longe, and lutei renioved to their homes. J 'CAPSULES Oulck Relief for Indigestion, Dyspcpsla aed Cor.stipntion 61) cents at DruRtifits helnw or f rnm J4UisCiiP'juleCo., ine, Vfcttqbur'j, N.V. W. B. Eastman, St. Johnshury; .0 E. Cutlinir nnd Sun, Conforti: Oha. H. Co burn. West limito; Julian 1'. Laut-hlin, Itarnct: W. 11. Buck, Wells Riverì W'm. II. Saunders, Lyndonville; Frfd II. l'ierce : Marion; O. A. Austin, Orleans; Bly's i'harinnry, Newport; W. . Brown, Derby Line; E. ('. Smith, Kast' l'ardwirk; Al bert E. Cox, Hardwick; E. .1. Wheeler, Morrisville; I . B. y,arl)nwell. Johnson; Klliolt l'ruR Co., Beeeher Fulls; E. B. Mann and Co., Woodsville; F. W. tlanjrs, Lisbon; Woodman Drutr Co., I.ittletnn ; Elliutt rtisr Co., (ìrovetnn ; John C. llntch ins Co., Stratford; George W. Dìcksnn, C'olebrottlc; f'uy L. Shorey, Gorham; Milea J. Mlllen. Berlin. PREMIER THEATRE Newport Vermont SPECIAL PARAMOUNT WEEK Tuesday and Wednesday, September ." (i CONRAD NAGEL, LIMAT RICE JOY and THEO DORÈ ROIìERTS With a Special Cast in one of Paramount's Greatest At tractions "SATURI )AY NIGHT" A Cecil B. DeMille Produc tion. Special Price. Thursday and Friday, September 7 8 BETTY COMPSON with a Special Paraniount Cast in "THE END OF THE WORLD" and Charles Hutchinson "Ilurricane Hutch" Regular Prices. in Once more the whole nation reviews and celebrates the year's great progress of Paramount Pictures. For the fìfth time, annually, thousands of America's fìnest theatres devote an entire week's program exclusively to Paramount Pictures! I Once more the efforts of Famous Players-Lasky Corporation, with its foremost stars, its greatest directors, its brilliant and unique stock com pany, and its record of almost unbroken success, receive the gratifyjng stimulus of a nation-wide endorsement! The signs are up at your theatre! The latest and greatest and most thrilling Pai amount Pictures are there ! "THE OLI) HOMESTEAD" With Theodore Roberts, T. Roy Barnes, Fritzi Ridgeway, Charles Ogle William DcMille's Prodi'.ct?or. "Nice People" With Walace Reid, Bebé Daniels, Conrad Nagle MÉkmmms Firn NEW lì 't -y se-tur NEWPOKTXOCALS Mi, nnd Mrs. Ora-ftwrtt, - theh niece Miss Vora Foster and Mrs. Inez Hussey ui'e in Boston. Mrs. Huzzey is to take a months' vac i tion and will spenti part of it in Woburn, Mass. Dr. pnd Mrs. L. H. Mei ver bave gone to Plymouth and will bring home -with them their two children who have spent the suramer with their grandmother, Mrs. Emily Da vis. A six pound baby bo'- was born to Mr. and Mrs. James W. Blay on August 29th. Mrs. Fred Timmerman of Mor risville is the guest of Miss May Libby. Mrs. Timmerman and Miss Libby left Sunday night for two weeks stay in De:roit. Mrs. Laura Webb of Maple St. suffered a shock of paralysis on Friday, and her left side is com pletely helpless. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Haynes and daughter Dorothy of Bennington are week end guest.s of Mr. and Mrs. Claude L. Gokey. Miss Amy Beai of Boston is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Root for two weeks. Mrs. Florence Lemoine is spend imi- two weeks with her sister, Mrs. N. G. Stevens in Beebe. Mrs .Ray Young is taking two weeks vacation from F. I). Flint's sto re. Mrs. Harry Congei nd daughter Nel'ie of Hartford, Conn., are o-uests of Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Whitehead. Donald Akin of Boston -is visitine- bis mother Mrs. J. R. Akin. Air. and Mrs. V. T. Abell have returned from their vncation spent on Lake Champlain . Oscar W hitehead of East Ha crhill, N. IL is visiting his uncle, R. IL Whitehead. Miss Charlotte Lamoureux of Lyndonville, who has-, been visiting F.L.MILL1KEN& CO. Members of the Consolidated Stock Exchange of New York Stock and Bond Brokers 15 State Street, Boston Established in 1889 New York and Boston stocks bought for cash or carried on mar gin. Despatches from the leading fìnancial agencies at our cliepts' disposai. Our Market Letter Dtvoted to Utah Copper Am. Agricultural Chemi cal Missouri, Kansas & Texas Will be Mailed Free upon Appli cation. Direct Private Wire to R. . Latham, 66 Broadway, New York Screen Fans everywhere are enjoying .: LSM CORR (."! !.:. CITY ';3 the f.TrTrJ - f - MtWlWIWlIJJIt.J ALWAYS TIRED NO AMBITION Nervous and Dizzy, Every thing Seemed toWorry Me. How I Got Well Larwill, Indiana. "My back wa bo badlcouldnotdo mywashing. i iwas aiways urea out and had no and dizzy and everything seemed to worry me and I had aw fvd pains in my right side. I felt badly about four yeara and could not do my work aa it should have been done. I saw Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound advertised so much and it did so many peonie good that I began to take it myself. I am feeling fine now and every one'tells mo they ne ver saw me looking so well. I live on a f arm, do ali my work, and have three little girls to take care of. I am recom mending thia medicine to my friends and know it will help them if they use it like I do." Mrs. HERBERT Long, R. R. 3, Box 7, Larwill, Indiana. Many women keep about their work when it is a great effort. They are aiways tired out and have no ambi tion. When you are in this condition give itprompt attention. TakeLydiaE.I'inkham'sVegetable Compound, for it isespecially adapt d to correct such troubles. her grandmother, Mrs. Charles La moureux, has returned to her home and was accompanied by Miss Orilia Hall and Mr. and Mrs. Al bert Vannier. Alphonse Mongeon of Winooski is visiting his daughter, Mi's. L. M. Piette. Mr. and Mrs. ITenrv Champagne are the parents of a nine pound son boni August 2-"th. Miss Christine Blanchard, ' Miss Pauline Brown and Miss Ruth Buck left Sunday noon for Middle bury. They will be Rue.-ts of Mrs. Kate Hollirook and Mrs, Emma Hallenborg at the Lappa Delta Rho house and expect ori their re turn to bring with them Miss Alma Hallenborg of New York. Stanley Judd of Bellows Falls spent the week end with his family at Camp Vermont. You should start Dr. M. Hermonce's Asthma and Hay Fever Treatment 4 to G weeks before your HAY FEVER period. itriiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii il the better motion pictures LsThis banner is v?o in wnereveryou see it. Come -:; É Ili. WEEK Cecil lì. DeMille's Production "Manslauffhter" With Thomas Meighan, Beatrice Joy, Lois Wilson "IÌURNING SANDS" George Melford Production, with Wanda Haw ley, Milton Sills, Jacquelin Logan best show - 'MW Newport Schools AH' Open Today , The Ne.wpojt aity, ,town and vural schools : ali open tòday for the fall terni.' The 'list of teaah ers'in the city selìools has already i been ffiven. These with the 'town j and vuntl school teuchers num ' ber 48 undcrTthe supervision of ton. In Derby Line the principal is Miss Luella 'Kittcll, 7th and Bth ! grades, 5th ànd T.th, "Miss Geral- dine liich.'.'Jrd and'4th, Miss Maria l'ierce, lst and "2n(f, Miss Helen Cofran. Beebe, Sth to 8th, Miss Claudia Hamilton, lst to 4th, Mrs. Mabel Wilson; Kittredgé disti-ict, Miss' ! Minne Ewens: Baates school, Mis Mildi'ed Wood; Salem Pond, Miss Alice Wood; Bluke. school, Miss Mildred. Blake; Hawkins school, Mrs. Eva Carney; Nelson Hill, WrSi Ada Johnson. Derby Academy, Junior Senior High, Principal, A. W. Stone; as sistants, Guy Harrington, Miss Bethia Hubbard, TVIrs. Mary Ans boro, Miss Lottie Fuller; domes tic scienre; Miss Marjovie Forbes. Graded school, lst and 2nd, Miss Mary Farciuarson, 8d and 4th, Miss Ione Cameron, 5th and 6th, Mrs. Belle Gvout. Music, Miss Marion Hamilton. The several school buildings have ali been put in first class re pair. The Kittredgé school has been standardized, and the stand ard name piate has arrived and will be attached to the corner of the building, showing the authori zation of the state board of edu cation. Newport Ice Cream ('o. Changes Owners Pappas and Docos of Manches ter. N. IL, have bought the fruit and candy business of the New port Ice Cream Co., on Coventry Street and took possession Sept ember lst. The new firm are ex perienced candv and ice cream makers and are planning to give the public the best service at the lowest possible prices. Their daily ads will keep everyone informed. NEWPORTLOCALS Mrs. Luna Hilliker of Newnort Center is caring for Mrs. John Smith. , .Mrs. P. .1. Farrell, Miss Helen Fanali and George Farrell left yesterdav noon for Lowell and will co onMonday to their home in Washington. Percy West has returned from a trin to Toronto and Niagai-a Falls. Young ex-service man desires clerical or bookkeeping position. Business colelge graduate, thorough knowledge of bookkeep ing, typing, etc. Conscientious, honest, reliable. References. Out of town. Write Caledonian. 57-62 Mr. and Mrs. William E. Bond are the parents of a baby daugh ter, Barbara Doris, born Monday morning, September 4th. Tleginald Savage was home from on theatres everywhen?- in st's in t own Ì4s i, ! J ! No man's dollar ever jl j before bonghi as much Iq" t j solid comfort as this Q A- J 1 The "Brownie" 0" j ; I lt' a genuine Gillette-UBÌng SÌ Oì ! a .... o. The razor and 3 blades coni- w q ' 8 ! plete $1 everywhere. ! Now at ali Dealers ?sxv J$ T j S i ù && AC) il St. Johnsbury to spend the week end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Savage. Mrs. R. M. Sawyer and son, Harley Sawyer leave this morning for Boston by auto. Mr. Sawyer returns to his school in Pawtueket, II. L, and Mrs. Suwyer will attend the Fashion Show at the Somerset Hotel and then go on to New York for fall millinery. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. McCarten are in Lancaster to attend the funeral of Mr. McCarten's father. Mrs. Raymond L. King has re turned to her home in Franklin, Mass., after spending a month with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Alien. Monroe Lorinier of St. Albans is in town, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bray at Lindsay Beach. David Muir of Graniteville is visiting his daughter, Mrs. George Somerville. On account of the illness of States Attorney Albert Farman the Monday session of municipal court was deferred, and the cases scheduled wil lbe heard later. Mrs. Harry Gaylor and baby of West Main Street were thrown from an auto yesterday morning by the sudden lurching of the car which jerked open the door. Mrs. Gaylor lost her balance and fell out and in trying to save her cihld she was badly cut and bruised. 'Harry Poulin, son of Raoul Pou lin living on one of the Coventry roads fractured his right wrist Monday forenoon when cranking his automobile. He was attended by Dr. L. M. Piette. St. Johnsbury Center Mrs. Albert Yeaton and infant son who have been staying at Mr. Henry Wallace's have return to their home in Hillsboro, N. IL. Mrs. Helen Huth of Haverhi.l, Mass., is a guest of Mrs. Harley Thurber. Mr. W. R. Thurber of West Burke called on Mr. and Mrs. Thurber last week. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Jones of Cro ton and Miss Ellen Whitehill of St. Johnsbury are visittors of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Goodrich. i Mr. and Mrs. Palmer Davis and nephew John Davis, who has been visiting Mr. Cortes Berry, have re turned to their home in Carlyle, Mass. Mrs. Berry arepmpariied them. Expert Repàiring Sewing Machines and Type writers, ali makes. Three years business record in St. Johnsbury. First class service guaranteed. My charges are $2.00 to $5.00 for sewing machine repairing. M. ERLICHT, ,100 1-2 North Main St BARRE, VERMONT Will cali anywhcre upon a day's notice. Developing, Printing and Enlarging for Amateurs. Special at tention paid to mail orders. 24 hour sei-vice. Ali orders forwarded, postage prepaid. Send for price list. PHOTO-CRAFT SHOP 37 Main St., Newport, Vt. "Everything Photographic" Eastman Kodak Agency Fancy Cakes and Cookies Just the thing for the chil dren's Birthday Party. COOLEY & SMITH East Main St., Newport If Mothers Only Knew Thousarfds rf Children Suffcr From Worms and Their Mothers Do Not Knr.w What the Trouble Is Signs of worms aio: Constipa tion, deranged stomach, swolle 1 upper lip, offensive bri ath, hard and full stomach with tviins. pale face, eyes lieavv. short, dry eough, grinding of the teeth, little reti points on the tongue, starting dur ing sleep with trouble-ome dreams, slow fever. Mrs. H. N. Robert: , r,02 Asylum St., Flint. Mich.. wrote to Dr. J. F. Triie & Co.: ".My little girl i : re lieved of her worms." And in a later letter wrote: "Bnbv is fino and it was your medicine. Dr. True's Elixir," the Tru Fanvlv Laxative and Worm Expeller, that helned her." A favorite for over 70 years; mild in fiction and plasiint to take the kiddies like it. 40- C.fìc $1.20. Advertisement. ì HOT ROLLS and BUNS Every Afternoon Hamblett's NEWPORT BAKERY Tel. 213-3 Notice Orders for A. P. Scott 's Pub lic Auto Service (aken at Stiles' Look SI ore. Telepiloti- 170-M Residence IV.) NEWPORT BUSINESS DIRECTORY OR HARRY l. HAMILTON DENTA L S URGER! X-Ray fieni ; Corcplete Ga and Oygn eqt,i'pj ment for painless ó-'iistry. Offlc boursr o.SO to 12, l.f!0 te 4 Tel. 278 Gilman'B P! E. FI. HOWE Buccsat-or to ITOWL STOWf? REAL PSTATE. NKV'PORT Tel. 175 T ot's Block HEMSTITCIIING iAttS', dty".S, hllttoi COT1T'?'' tu rder. Mail orders fi'led "rorrptl.f ' Visse." Trjdenw & Wbeler C. A. Craniton, M. D. Eye, Far, No-o and Throat Main St., St. Johnshury, Vt Appo;ntments for exnii.iiiation glasscs by letter or telephone. New, Second Tland and L'ebuilt TYPE1fITERS For Sale and To Rnt F. E. WOODRUFF The Hallmark Store, Nev.port, Vt Central St. Shoc Shop ! Real Shoe Repairing. Prices low i er. It will save you money to get your shoes repaired propcrlv. :22 Central Street, Newport, Vt. ITenrv G. Blanchard INSURANCE OF ALL KINDS 67 Main Street Newport - - Vermont ThePeopìc's Steam Laundry "Sor-vice that Snti.snes" PUone 242-H Nowpoit R. C. SISCO, Prop.