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u Gtassified Advertisements ) T 25 ccnts for the first ìnsertion. One cent a word for each day thereafter. . Ten ccnts booking charme unless cash in adrance. Minimum charge 25 cent a. . .mvté . ti ti 70 RENI! ( t ijent- r$om. PllOm Large funi!i:hed front V.)2-Mr- :J7tf IÌOoMS, 17 Simulici- St. ".Gif 'IO RENT -Tenement, October 1, modem improvements. Iiiiiire this tijce. ; t4-(y TO) II 'T ( koiing piano in eòod condition. .f. K: Herberh Tel. 'IÌK-.I (IH If ;lost ano found I.OST Siimi of money Tuesday ltwfen C'a nadian Pacific yard and Coitale St. Reward. Notify Calodonian-Record, Newport. H'ò-'ì 5-71 LOST l.ady's hat belvysen New port and 'over ti y. Lea ve- at Pre mier theatre, .W-.vport, Vt. (i8-(!'J KO U NI i7Hy "log Terrier, back black, sides briridle. White ring around neck, white legs, face bpindle and white. Owner can hfivo sanie by paying charges. Fjatnk Olcolt, Masi St. Johnsburv. t 8-7( Ijt)ST .Mori day evening' betiveen Cjtizen's batik and Ucpot gold' ring frolli wrisl watch. Finder pleas'e .réturn t: Caledonian office. (ÌO-70 IJDS'f Chain with blue i tone ppndant bot".'cen girls common and 1.1 Charles Street,! Frances Ctiefver. Teieihone .'Ì01-M. 00 FOR SALE FOR SALE Wood and lumber !ot. Will, soli ali or a part of it. Three miles frora Lyndon, 6'i miles from St. Johnsbury. Will sacrifice for quick sale. Pilone 2E7-4. 51 tf FOR SALE Soft wood slabs, cut 12 inches, at Follensby's mijl. 58tf. FOR SALE Restaurant fixtures. Price vei-y reasonable. Intuire of Ideal Cafe 4-f0 SQUASHES Hubhn.rds; also other varieties. larice reasonable., H. L. Penniman. 62-70 FOR SALE TO SETTLE ES TATE. The W. C. Lewis home stead premises situate at the cor ner of Concord and Harnson Avenues. Also nice bui idi ni; lot number 17 Ha ni so n Avenue. Pro- perty may be seen bv caUinu' at li Harrison Avenue. F. B. Lewis, Administrator, Whitefield, N. H. 04-7:5 WANTED WANTED Beef, veal, pork, lamb, poultry at the Summerville Slaughter House, 54 Concord Ave. O. Duval, Prop. PhoneC51. 30tf FOR SALE Foni car with truck body. Electric light, Storage bat ter.v. Just the car you want. Price ?100. Leo Monocoli, St. Johns bury Center. (iC-72 FOR' SALE Two tenement hou.o on South Main strect, elcctric ìights,, bath room. Price $150,) and easy terms. Four iV.mily house in center of vilage near Main Street, and hafidy to ali points of advantage. Fine'contlition. Price $f!800. Pays big interest on investment. Some beautiful homes in Sum mijrville. One and two fainily hotìses. Can show you several places in this direction, if you wquld like to look thern over cali mn'up. Farms of every descrintion. A. B. Dow's Agency Tel. 1. t Johnsbury. Vt FOR SALE FfUR MILES and one-half from St. Johnsbury, 70 acre farm with plenty of wood and luinber for fami. Spring water to house and barn. Building in good repair, 8 cowfi, two hoi'ses, 1 yearling. AI! tools nnd crops. Near school. An ideal one ir an farm. A two-toiicment house with one ,bajf acre of land, also a nice sin gle cottage, both loested in Sam rviprviUe. ,-Thvee two-tcnement and 1 four tiieinent house, ali in Rood repair, oid, the plain. ne two-tenement house with biì'n and garden on Harrison Ave. Arlinton Good cottage hjBÙVe, barn, good garden for sale lffifSE, barn, one acre of land ,ìfrl'(ivtland Street. Charles e. kirk FOR SALE Ladies' blue serg-e coat. New last year, worn but a few tinies. Satin lintnl through out. Price $18: Mrs. M. M. Coun sell, 25 Cliff Street, St. Johnsbuiy, Vt. (iti tf FOR SALE Overland DO in good l'epuir to be sold at once at a small figure-, cali after 4 p. ni. Flovd Mayo, Barnet, Vt. 5-70 FOR SALE Colonial and wovvn rag- rugs in ditTerent designs and colors. Cali and see them. A Spring- St. Mrs. A. W. Wakefield. 67-60 FOR SALE Baby Railroad Street carriage, 140 8-60 FOR SALE Household goods, six piece parlor suite, side board, writ ing cl;sk, tables, chairs, chirt'oneer, beds, etc. Will sell reasonable. F. E. Lucas. Tel. 159-W. 8-73 FOR SALE A few Aprii Itbode Island pullets and cockerels. Tel. 175-:tl. (.0-70 FOR SALE Coppellinoci bath tub. Iron sink and wooden stand, cotfe urn. Cari 1. Hovey. Phone fi82i 60-71 TO RENT TO UENT Five room cottage, ali niodern improvements. Adults Bertrand. 0 tf WANTED AT ONCE A man to take eharge of our work in St. Johnsbury and vicinity selling our line of goods. Cood chance for a bustler. Bond reciuired. If interest ed write or phone. Grand Union Tea, Co.,Montpelier, Vt. f!2tf. COOK wanted for fall and winter season at Notchland. Also gener al girl. Good wages and steady work. Might take a couple, if ex perienced. Apply Mrs. C. H. Mo rey, Bemis, N. IL 45 tf and the Worst Is Yct to Come! WANTED Washings and ironing Phone 475-J. 57-60 Ilaving purchased an up-to-date saw rig-, I ani prepared to do ali kinds of circular wood sawing at reasonable prices. Sani Garand. Inquire at 20 or .T! Maple street. 4-60 WANTED AT Chef at the St. ONCE Assistant Johnsbury House. ; tf MAN and wif'e wanted on farm" Wonian to do usuai kitchen work and man to do fanti work. Ideal place. Will als oaeeept application 01' single wonian for kitchen work. Apply Impey and Cununiiigs. 67tf - ca4frws.li rtfff" K WANTED Hustling clerk who can give satisfaclory vpfercnces. Steady job to right man. Apply 1. Fine, corner Portland and IÉai. road Street, St. Johnsbury, Vt. ' 68-fiO Health Fairy to Visit the Children Locai Camps of Foot ball Hit Line Hard TRAVELIXC- salesman to represent reliablp conce ; ex perience unnecessary if willing worker. Earning capacity uiilim- ited, giye tuli particulars about nesday eveiiing joursen. ray Clearing tomjiany, Schenectady, N. Y. 8-60 WANTE 1) Modem tenement centrally 'ocuted, October lst. In fluire tb'u oil'ice. 8-7. :: WANTED At pitai wonian or Nurse' home. lirightlook hos giil to work in . Otf WANTED Yount' l'irl to assist with housewoik. Apply at 0 Peail street. ' Otf W" A X T E 1 1 Y 0 u n g man bke office or store work. this office. pflly.., Inquire of Jack Business Opportunities AGENTS Me and women each town. $8 to 10 iluily. selling 011 generous , commisi-ion. EverplayiWI Netdle, plays 27,000 recordrf. Eveiy phonograph owner wants Evwplay. Dignitìed, pleasant work. Write at once, Viiwin 171 Brigb ton Ave., Allston, Mass. 67-t.O" STEXOCiU.VniER and typist de sìi es position. Bryant and Strut toli school graduate. Keferences. Box 14, St. .Johnsburv Center. 69-7.'5 WANTED Competent . uinj'ried 1 man to work 011 cei tifìed milk farm j in Massachusetts. Must be good dry hand maker, naturally neat appearing and willing worker. Cottage and milk supplied. ' $(15.0(1 a montb, must board one or two i nien. Applv Box C. 0-7.5 TRUST AXY HONESTi (Contintied from raire one) child in this section. At Lyndonville ofi Monday cv- enino'. Seiitpmluir ''fi Atra will wanted 1 open lier vveek s engagement and start 'off Lyndonville's better baby week. Tuesday evening she is schedult'd for Fast Buike, Wed- West Burke, Fri- day afternoon, St. Johnsburv, Fri- day evening, Lower Waterford and on Saturday the Health Fairy will be at Barnet in the afternoon and Danville in the evening. In connection with Astra's ap pearance in Lower Waterford a harvest supper will be served,. the pi oceeds to meet the expen.se of the entertainment whieh is free. The Lyndonville children are hav ing sacrifice boxes to pay for the corning of Astra. In. other places a small admission charge will be asked. Astra is the little sister of the Jolly Jester and he is a fairy who hves 011 the Milky-Way, spending much of hei- time sitting on the ci escent moon with the wise old Moon-Man. One day she a.sked the Moon-Man to show lier the gieatest jewel of the earth. Handing her this magic glass she wns almost blinded by the brilliant sight. At first she thought she was looking at diamonds but learned that thev were not dia monds at ali but the shining eyes would Iri(uii(j 0-71 or ; rsdl m Phone li 1 "vs 1 INS te Il In - the Write Every Kind of URANCE Very Best Companiei f A NT nr mmn in tHk-.. n,vlnr in,. 1 01 neaiiny, Happy chahlren. 100 absolute necessities, and reniit Tnn the Moon-Man showed As our share to us. A special prò- lla thousands of other children position makes prices lower than hose eyes did not shine at ali. He "cut rate" stores. Our rtpresenta-( fxphiined tliat the.se children were tives cleaiirg from ."i.OO to .$0.00. m the power of the VYicked Witch, weekly evei vwhero. This is the i wno prowls around the earth min niost extraoidinary direct selling proposition ever offered. Write to day for particulars. A. Rasmus sen, Dept. 1(1, Herrs I-land, Pitts burgh, Pa. 60 WANTED Competent girl for general liousewoik. Applv at No. 5 Spring street. ' 0-74 t. A.B.Noyes Insurance Agency Ine CITIZENS BANK BLOCK ST JOHNSBURY BUSINESS DIRECTORY ing the health of children. Some oi the children, the Moon-Man told Astra, whose eyes now shine like diamonds would soon ' be caught by the Wicked-Witch. At once Astra sa.w her chance. She cotild speak the language of children far better than the wise dt.ctors who were constantly try ing their best to warn children against the Wicked Witch and she (Contiued from Pape 1) nient of pigskin charaeveristics in these players. They've al ready made a big advance. Mondsy night found them indulging in the scrimmage that could be call ed by no other name than fìerce. Ali of the Vocational lads are tali and rangy and promise to mate it very entertaining for op posing back.-- during the approach ing season. " The Vocationals have a nucleus of five around which to construct a winning com bination. The veterans are Cap tain Hoar, McNamara, McCrillis, A. Karbtr and I-'armer. The tentative St. Johnsbury schedule is as follows: Sai. St-pl. 2:' Vc.Ciilional School hfro. Sul. Si'pt. .'in Pindin:.'. hiTi-. 7 Miinlerlipr Hi-'ii tlifrt 1 I Litllrloli His'li hprt'. 'Jl Peiutimr. 2S LiiiK'ion lliìi iliorc. 4 Munti'i'Iiir St-niinary there. Tln Voi'Hiiomil Srliwil fooiball siiiiad imluilrs: back", Capi. Hnar, McNami. in. Mi Crillis, A. Harher. Vcillc-ux : eiids, t'.if si.ly. Somci-x. Veilluux ; tackle. Kmomns, l'in kcr. M.'Kt'tt rick : tsuurils, (Jiik't?. Mann: ci'iilfrHi Hrickt-tf, 'Hl'!nc. The Acadotny footlmll limlier includo: back?, l'ikt. l-'iich, CoknwrK. Pi.vty. WoimK McHvjv.".), Mcir rill ; vnds, Iiickinson, tiilbort, Cuiilcy. Haldwin, )iinmon?: lacklcs, H. Smith. (apiiiin K.'llorir. Shicld, J. Blodwelt : tniards. licnn.tH. SiiTipson, Eiliot : ctiiitor, Hodtros, don. .-ut. Sai. Sai. a I. Ocl. Od. Oit. Od. Sai. Nov. ,ould visit the earth. So she Éara Issa jumped upon a shooting stai-, sped away and landed right in the midst of cihldren. i The Fairy's tale of her adven jtures are woven into a talk that carries with it the fundaniental lules of health, told in a most fas cinating and effective way that ap jieals to children and the lessons tanghi have lasting qualities. JOHN F. HINCII INSURANCE OF ALL KINDS Special Agent New England Mutual Life Insurance Co. Calderwood Bl.lg., 42 Eastern Ape St. Johnsbury.JVt. Tel. 731 RALPH PROVENCALT Tuning and Repairing Pianos, Or gans and Player Pianos-. Phono graph repairing. Phone 452-J JAMES R "CAMPBELL ATTORNEY AT LAW Merchant.? Bank Block St. Johnsbury Tel. 861-M DR. DALE S. ATWOOI OSTEOPATHIC PHYS1C1AN Citizens Bank Building By Appoh:tment Trusses Fitted f(K uptures Office closed Weanehdaj . DR. HARRY A. RASH ' Chiropractor Office Hours 2 to 4.20 P. M. Monday, Wednesday and Friday aftrrnoom. Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday eveninga, 6.30 to 8. 10M Railroad Street Dr. Geo. F. Cheney DENTISI 2 Hirrliland Avenue DR. W. A. GAG E CHIROP-RACTOR Spinai trouble a specialty. Office hours Tuesday, Taursday, Soturday 2-5 p. m., Monday, V:cdnesitev and Friday evenings 7 urt: 8. Calderwood BÌdg.. hrne 858-M DRTTXBXCHAND DENTIST Pythian Building St. Johnsbory Velie "48" good condition, good tires, good upholstery, only been run 6000 miles. 5 Passenger touring. Continen tal niotor. For further par ticulars, cali 578 on phone or at 68 Railroad St. THE GEORGE P. MOORS INSURANCE AGENCY Inaurane Any Kind 9! Kntm A 'renilo R RUPTURE I guarantee every truss I nt to hold the rupture ei fectly, to be easy tnd comfortable, to give com plete satisfaction in every "vay. WELCOME B. EASTMAN J. M. SWAN &.SON GENERAL CONTRACTORS Calderweod Rldg. Tel. 4P.8-M IL W. CONLY Hearing and Plumbin?. 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 Day Service. A- J. MACIE Phone 397-tt Notice To Investors! lue to vast inci eae in our business, we are.obliged to enJargo our factory and eU ipment. To do this, without using working canital. we are offering subject to prior sale the balance of our CAPITAL STOCK. SHARES ARE $100 KACII, Fully paid and non-asscss-ible. Full informatimi as to terms, etc, on renue.-t. Ad-dress GIRLS! BLEACH UGLY FRECKLES Squecze the juice of two lemons info a bottle containing three ounces of Orchard White, which any drug store will supply tor a few cents, shake well, and you have a ouarter pint of the best freckle and tan lotion, and com- plexion whitener. Massage this swectly fragrant lemon lotion into the face, neck. arms and hands each day"hnd see how freckles and blemishes bleach 1 out and .how clear, soft and rosy- white the skin becomes. Adver ì tiscment. Wiggins Machine & Manufacturing Co., Inc. BURRI- VERMONT i PASSUMPSIC LODGE, NO. 27, i Called Communication Thursday I evening, September 21, at 7.80. Work E. A. l)ogree. Visiting i Brethren welcome. I Iìegular Communication, Thurs i day evening, October 5, at 7.80 ; for dispatch of business. ' Renwick H. Cutting, -W. M. Fred II. Dolloff, Secretary. F. & A. M. Interesting Additions to Museum Collection Some valùable additions have recntly been made to the interest ing collection of articles presented to th Fairbanks Museum this sunimer by Mrs. Milo A. Jewett. The exhibit is now installed in case 50 in the east balcony. Among the new articles are several of striking interest. The beautiful cloak of heavy white silk with woven design of gold thi-ead and gold braid and tassel trimming was purchased in Cairo. Beside it is an embroider eu white crepe shawl fro.ni India, showing the wonderlul handiwork done in that country. A Turki.-h ash tray and a Toledo vaso bought in Constantinople add a note of color. A photogiaph of the Cov ernor of Sivas and a water color painting, made by Mr. Jewett, of a "friendly Cossack" give an ex cellent idea of some of the people one would meet in Sivas. - Mrs. Jewett has also presented the silver medal of honor attribut ed to Dr. Jewett by the Fiench Government in recognition of bis services as Consul at KehI. This was received after I'r. Jewett's death in Norway. It was accom-j panied by a diploma, conferring the distinction, which bears the names of A. Millevand, il. Poin caré, and P. Fouguierrc. The medal and diploma aie exhibited in case IH. I A new exhibit of very ditterent but most timely interest has been placed in the MuseUin by the United States Bureau of Plant In dustry through the courteous in terest of Mr. W. E. Bradder, agent of the Bureau, stationed at Wells Ri ver. This exhibit gives a graphi description of tlte White l'ine Blister Rust and its control. The photographs, specimens, and descriptive labels niake this exhib it; well worth dose study. The rainfall on Friday amount ed to one and thirty-five hund redths inches, the heaviest min since June 20th. jHaswell Chapter, No. U, R. A. M. ( allcd convocation V ednesdav, Sept. 20th, 1022, 7.30 P. M. Work R. A. elegree. Stated Convocation Friday, Oct. lth, 1922, 7.30 P. M Business. Z. S. Waterman, E. H. P. TI. A. Pourl, Secretaiy. PEACHAM Mr. Petit of Boston has joined bis wife here. They have rooins in C. A. Bunker's house. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hobart and family were at E. J. Hobart's Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence White of Calais, who have been speiuling a CASTORIA Por Iafants and Children In Use For Over 30 Yua.rs ilwava beare the Signature ol HEALTH MESSAGE IO THE WORLD Take "Froit-a-tives" ar Make Yotirself Well "Fruit-a-lives", the) marrellous medicine made from fruii juices and fonie, tlie- most lieneliciiil niedicinal agi nt ver given to munkini.1. Just as oiiinges, apples, figs ami pniiies, are naturc's own medicine, so "Kniit-a-tives" made from these fruii juices but concentratici and iiifensiiiwl is the greutest Stdmacb ind l.iver Medicine, Ilio greatesl iKidiiey and l!laliìer Medicine, tbn .i'ivutest lilood l'urifier, the greatest remedy for 1 leadaches, Consti pation, .ad Iiidigeslion, in the world. ,r.()i' a box, 0 for $:'.. "0, trial siae 25c. '.t dealers or from FIIU1T-A-TIVES .iir.ited, OODEXsnURtì. N.Y. il Il Onty Experts Can Jadge Jewels week in Newbury, are- at Ira Jen nison's. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Peak from Comi., were visitor "at A. L. Peak's last week. Mrs. Myrtie Mori-ili of Danville exhibited a fine assortment of hats at the library Friday after noon. Priscilla Blodgett has been very sick the past week. Mr. and Mrs. George Stockemer of Dorchester, Mass., visited at Oliver Cowan's last week. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Peak are visiting at William Peak's in heelock. You muft leave much to your jeweler when you buy precious genm notably diamonds, al though this is also true of ame tbysts, pearls, emerudls, topnz, rubies ,etc. That is why it is so necessary for you to know your jeweler aud to place complete confidence in 11 IS judgment. These precious gems, represented in our stock, come from far worlds- and strange Dlaces. The Orient flashes in their mystic depths and it is these very ele ments that puts such romance into the giving of a ring. There ... can be no more vahied present. Kings lead in gift giving. Lurchin & Lurchin TUE QIULITY JEWELER8 Cali 771 For flrf 4 Let vaine decide where you buy your suit Style and fabric, fit and pattern; are ali very essential, but it is not a difficult task to please your taste. To keep you pleased for months after the purchase, the quality and value'must be right. eimer GOOD CLOTHES have every qualification a good suit must have, and more. Thev have the tailored-in quality, the extra value, that insures lasting satisfaction. Kiippeoh $35 $40 $45 THE o SPOT l-the house of Kuppznheimer good clothes , t; li 1'