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and the Worst Is Yet to Come!
Par Tu rns Turile
WilhltsOrtiiiiaiils!
r
h-
Y
idi ME
2.") cents for the first inser
cents Imoking charge iinless
ROOMS TO REXT
ROOMS Two for light house
kepi njr. 1! SuRimer stretti T-'Hf
Ti n i KN T T ' 7 7 1 hrte ròiwis
for 1 1 li t boa kecpiiig. " Ittquire
Ibis oTictv . . . 7-1 U'
Front room to rent after October
"ni, 3 Cherry St. Tel. 72!). 7t-78
TO UKXT Six "rooinfirT floov
tenement ori Railroad St. Ail
modem .?:'." a monili. A. 1!. I)ow.
Tel. One, Ik tween ") and 8 o'cloek
7(?tf
TO RKNT Largo furnished front I
room. Al-o two adjoining room -. I
l'hone .l:rJ-M. 7C.1 f
TO RKNT Five room tenement
opposite fair p rollini.-!. Children
r tiict;ii. Mrs. S. J. Swasev.
7.".-7S:
TO RKNT Four ronm tenement
vith batii. I. K. Walker. 77 if
TO RENT Oct 1."' five" room
tenement, ira.-, elcetris lights, bath,
barn, place l'or car. 11 So. Main
St. ; 77-7
JIOUSES TO RENT""
TO KKNT VoUuko " ÌIouso oii
Railroad stroet. enti rei. v ìemeilel
b (I. ! tinnire of Jack Bertrand.
Jl g - tf
TO REXT
to rent -e:
good condition.
448-.T
'ckcnnir piano in
J. K. Herbert. Tel.
(!8 tf
LOST
Strayed into my pasture fawn col
ored .Jersey co'.v. I.ijtter II on
shoulder. Owner mav have .-ame
by pavinir charges. Tel. 411 -J
70-30
I.OST Stilali package between
tennis eeint and Church .-treet.
Sisrid Ekloff. 77
FOR SALE
4-!) Chevrolet
tood condition.
)ed with soci
.-ilare, chains,
Road -ter in
I ul!y eijuin
tirrs. otte
self-stailer,
bumper, uood motor and or
iginai ( nar.iel. Mu.-t -eli ttt
once. Can be seen bv cali
ine at 22 1-2 Eastern Ave.
JOHN M. La VA I.LEY
l là . m . t-'
& tlpj? IVI!
Cak-donian-Record "Want
Ad.-" cover Northeastern
Vc'i-mont ltke a trr-.-ttt blan
ket. They jro into the homes,
otiiccs and factories in fvety
section.
And folks who are seekintr
what you have to oifer are
lookiny for vour noi ice
throuuh the Cab'iionian-I'.e-cord
''Want Ad ."
Caledorian-Record
The only liaily Xew.-pajier in
Ni
1 ti -:t ( l'il V'cfinnnt"
ST JOHNSBURY BUSINESS DIRECTORY
JOHN F. II INCH
INSURANCE OF ALL KINDS
Special Airent
New Enirland Mutual Lifa
Insurance Co.
Calderwood Eldir., 42 Eistem Ave
St Johnsbury, Vt. TfcL 7S1
RALPH I'ROVENCAL
Tunin and Repairin Pianos, Or
trans and Phycr Piano?. Phono
praph rep:urin. Phone 4"2-J
JlAMES"RMLWLL
attorney at law
Merchants Eank Block
St. Johnsbury Tel. ,SG1-M
DRTDÀLÈ"s. ATWOOI
OSTEOPATHIC PHYS1CIAN
Citizens Bank Buildinv
By Appoi.:f ment
Trus-es Fitttd fOv 'In più
Office ry ised Weonehda-
DR. V. A. GAG E
CH'RCUTACTCR
Spina! trouble a pecialty. 3P.ee
Iiours Tue-dtty, TaU--day, Sturclay
2-5 p. ni., Monday. "rd!iesiJ.Mr and
Friday evenim's 7 ui't;l 8.
Calde'wood Fide:., 1- t'irne 55S-M
RUPTURE
I j.-uarrintee every irrnss I
fit to hold the mpture ner
fctlv, to be ea y -nd
comfort iblo, to givo com
plete satisf action in every
way ,
VELCOME B. EASTMAN
J. M. SWAN & SON
GENERAL CONTRACTORS
Calderweod Ride Tel. 438-M
I
iISHj ri 1 :M I ? TWiY&t M mm in Ir.
ion. One cent a
cash in advan ce.
word for each day thereafter.
.Minimum charge 2" cents.
WANTED
V ANTED Beet, veni, pork,
la nb, peultry at the Summerville
Slaughter House, 54 Concord Ave.
O. Duva!, Prcp, PhoneCol. SOff
WANTEI Franklin stove. Mrs.
Lindol Scott, 38 Summcr. 75-77
WANTEP In St. Johnsbury or
Newport, Auto truck driver who is
making trip betwten tuo places
and can take along a desk from
Newport to St. Johnsbury any
time this week. Please notify Cal-edonian-Reeord.
74-80
VO UXG'mAX Academy Studenti
desires work afternoons and Sat
urdays. W il 1 work for board and
room. Apply Box B. 77
ANI l-M) Tenement Nov. lst
after. Tel. (iTH-Y. 77-7
HELP WANTED Male
W ANTE 1 1 Kitclien
Avenue Motel.
man at
New
74 tf
WANTEP At once man to wash
Windows. St. Johnsburv House.
7.". tf
Male and Temale Help
WANTEP Man and -wife or
single womati on fami. Ideal
place. Apply Impey and Cummings
74tf
Help Wanted Female
CIRLS WANTEK To work in
fri ove siiop. Wiìl j)ay e;ood wajres
to .-tart with until able to eam
more on piece work. Experienced
.love makers càn earn from .18 to
1.ì. per week. Apply at The Ja
maica (ilove Com)iany Lisbon", New
Hampshire. ."il.
POULTRY ANI) EGGS
l-'OR SALE :10) White Leehoi n
yiarlinjr hens. Tel. 441-J. 74-71.'1"
Ki
Girls Wanted
Eetween the a'es of 10
and :;." for liifht facto) y
work, al o exiierienced
QUARTER G A ITER
and
RUBBER SHOE
MAKERS
Steady work and good
pay. The company has a
dormitory near the fac
tory. Emplovment Ie
):irtment Firestone-Apsley
Rubber Company
Mass.
Velie "48" pood condition,
good tircs, good uphol.;tery,
only been run G000 miles. 5
Passenger totiring. Continen
tal motor. For further par
ticulars, cali 578 on phone
or at 08 Railroad St.
!
DR. J. DT
DENTIST
Pythian Building St. John
bury
Dr. Geo. F. Chener
DENTIST
2 Highland Avenue
II. W. CONLY .
Heatinir and Plumbiner. Hot Air
Furnace Work a Specialty
12 Portland St., St. Johnsbury
Tel. 724-M
FIRE, LIFfZ ACCIDENT
I INSURANCE
Automobile Fire i... ..:"
IMPEY AND CUMMINGS
! Provident Life Men
j 3 Portland Street Brunelle Block
i McCAFFREY'S
DILLI A RI) PARLOR
I Smokes an'l Soft Ilrink.
Steam Ileated Rooms to rent by
dav or week.
!22 Railroad Street.
Phone 077
THE GEORGE P. MOORE
INSURANCE AGENCY
Insurance Aiy Xind
9ft Faotprn Avpnno
DR. HARRY A. RASH
Chiropractor
Office ITours 2 to 4.20 P. M.
Monday, 'edneday and Friday
afternoons. Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday eveninjrs, 6.30 to 8.
103 Railroad Street
Hudson.
. F9R 1
Èk La Sa
Ten
FOR
SALE
FOR SALE Soft wood slabs,
VI inches, at I ollensby'.s ni ili. i
cut
Stf.
FOR SALE-10 inch slabs alo
4ft. havhvood. Ineiiiie Cary Maple
Su.tsr Conmaiiv. Tel. CS: for days
calls. 472-R after C. P. M. 74-87.
J' OR SALE Gravcpstein. anc
vealthy upples from Connecticut
Valk-y Orcliaril Co. Caiload ex
jm cted W ednesday, Sept. 27. A.
Vard. ' .74-77
E OR SA LE HcTuTThT) 1 7 f-p -oò'7.
ili se 11 reasonable. F. E. ì.ucas
Tel. l.V.l-W. 74-7!)
PIANO Barpain Splemiid, use(ì
'u right piano. Priee 100. Intuite
F. V,. Hastiwrs, St. Johnsbury.
7ó-80
FOR SALÈ ÙpVipht, Isinw
piano; in perfert condition. Phone
10-11. Mrs. Creola iì. Richardson,
West Iiurke, Vt. 7"-77
New Hen House, Oxlfi.
2" hens. Priee 30.00 ra
dati, S Caledonia St.
Will lveep
h. J. I.o-
70-70!
LIVESTOCK
FOR SALE One driviny hors
ri i ..i-i, ì i
n'P uu,, sieiLTi a:ui narni-s-i.
Will sei! cheap for (jui.'k .-ale.
I aae Flemme. 70-7'j
FOR SALE Horse, two
months Jersey heifer. 4
heifer.' Walter J. Iieck,
road.
cow-', 17
months
Danville
70 tf
l'OX'T buy your stock until our
car arrives wiih the ciioicest !ot of j
fall atul winter apples you bave',
ever sten, A. IL (ileason atid Co. i
77 if'
FOR S
Shoats.
2!K)-1 1.
ALE Yminjr
i.-hart Bro. In
US
PlHi.
HOUSES FOR SALE
TWO A l'ARTMENT house
.-rie, corner of Sprintc and W
streets. See J. E. alker. '
lor
nter
'2 tf
MLSCELLAXEOUS
ALI. UOPI, kniuin;
yarn
sale, direct from manutacturer, at
y."c, Sl.-'ì-'i and -S 1 .'( ) a pound. I'o.-t-itM'e
paid on $.".( io orders. WviW
for saniples. We al.-o !o curloin
work. IL A. Hartlett, Harmoi.y,
Maine. 7t)-!'.r-
FREE CA TALOGUES
,OF FAR MS ANI)
I W'v issue .-i-pata-te
! Vermont Fartn and
'also for .Maine,
CITY HOMES
CataloL;ue.- of '
"i'!aire Home s, '
Ma - arhusett.', i
al o separate i
i New Hantp.-nire.
j cai; louiic- ul tarms nromnl ( on
,cord, X. IL. Xa-h-.ta. X. IL. Med
I way ai.d Marlboro, Ma-s. Lar je.-'.
i Rea! E.-tate ('barine- Ilou-e in
' Xew Eru:l:md.
CHAMHERLATN &
INT.
Fi'pt- F. :".! Wa-!
lio.ton, M;p- .
BURNHAM.
linifton St.
77-88
Would Kake the Punishment Fit
the Crime
That ilrivii!f ai; automobile while
drutik i noi ,; trliny matti-r i-.-hown
!iy .ludi.' e int' ,-niart pui.
ishment of tlie Mid.ilebu. v resiion-
dent, w!i
.vill jtay lifty dollars
and co-t- and .-peni
months in Windsor
in I-'ore-t Lale ;i
at lea-t tnree
for his exploit
few davs av.o.
J udire Laird in Mon'pe
court also impo-cd a iine
n' citv
also jmpo-cO a une or otte
! !
iuindreO (ioiktrs and co.-t- m a .-im-
ilar case. The next tliiiii; i- to ,-ee
that neither of the-e ne n ; .- allow
ed to drive a car in ih:- .-taf- bere
after. Rullami Herald.
Cut This Out-ìt Is Worth
Monev
Cut outr this i
and mail il to
Shedield Ave.,
inv vour nr.tne
1 1 IL erc'o. e with .":
L'oley & Co., 28.';.'
Chivajro, 111., wri;
a. r uddrc s elear-
Jy. ì ou will reci-ive in ii-uirn ;i
trial package eoiitainim;' Foley's
Honey and Taf Compound for1
counhs, eold-i ami croup; Foley j
Kidney Fili- for pains in ,-ides and i
i . i . 1. . . . . r ì i i ì.il
oacK: l'iieumau.-m, nacKacne, kul-1
ney ami bladder ailment"; and .
i un') v cimai ne. Jaeieis, a wnoie
rome alni thornnyhly (deansiair
cathartie l'or const ipa .ion, liilious-ne-s,
and fdutr.ai.-h liowe!. . Ad ver
tisement. llii
On iowei' sewing nia
chines. Experienced
heli) and leai'neis.
Paid while
learning.
W. Rcv-
Apply to W
nolds, Supt.
Norfolk Koitling
Mills Corp.
Litlleton, X. If.
I
ffif il si 1 X. ;
! il ì JrSi
11 WTMh IST J
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' 1
VERMONT STATE
ROAD BUILDING
Legislature Help Start
Good Roads Idea In
United States
Vermont
was a pioneer in the
v;eO(t
shoul
o;i(i movement and hence
continue to lipht the way
1 to ureater
; P. Taylor,
'mont .-rat
j tel's of t hi
developmetits. James
secretaiy of the Ver
me'vhants association,
state's early leadership
in the i"'eat
task of building'
1 ood roads.
I l'.y James P. Taylor
I Vermont a Pioneer In 1802,
'the Vermont letri.-dature helped
j-ta't the (Jood Roads Movement
j in the L'nited States. Here, as in
so many ca.-es, V ermont played the
t pioneer. There had been too little
i oir:cie.l recoffnition by state pov-
einnunts that there was a need
of radicai chanpes in road laws
ami policies, demandinir the most
seriou ; attention of the members
of -tate lce'.-latures.
T!ut the Vermont Legislature
was awake to the fact, and hence,
euthori.e 1 the appointnient of
threc commissioners "to make an
exainination of the hii;'hw,ay sys
tem in this .State and to make such
jipoit as in iheir judjnnent may
be lieemed txpedient."
The teport of the Hitrhway Coni-rr,is.-ion
iubii.-hed in 18'.)4 was a
documenl di' national siirniftcance ;
Cor it was one of the influenees
which led other states to investi
gate and to act. Thu. Maryland
autherized an investiuation in 18!8
an 1 Maine in lt0").
l'ìie subjeet of the Vermont re
port was 'lli'zhway Improvement"
and it was made by Commissionerà
(ieor;:e W. Hooker, J. W. Votey,
and O. L. Hinds. .
They dosimi that the public'
rei:ir;l the report "as a prelim
inary statement of the situation,'
oi a first stop in the direction of
t ilo improvement of Vermont!
roads. It will accomplish, in at :
i
east a stilali deifree, the obiect
1 l'or which this Commission was'
appointed, if it sccures for the
ihit'hways hereafter the attention I
jv. hicb iheir itmiortatie demands!"i
! The key rote of the report was i
lliivi-n in the first words of the in-j
' t: eduction ;.s follows: j
"Well iiuilt and carefully main-;
i trined hiuiiways, atfoidinn' rapid t
;ind easy transit, are essential ;
to tlie pro.-)erity ano uni (levei
o'irient of anv community; whi'e
nelect to provide and care l'ori
such lines always prevents or l'e
'77,7 ,,,,.,,
ro wth of any section. i
wiilelv separated the I
ii dusfies of any community, the j
more their sni'cess depends upon
the excelenee of these lines of j
ti anspoi tation. No sections of aj
c.untry feel the injurious effectS)
ot bad roads as ilo the farming i
communities. Hence the inhabi
tants of 'evmont, where the letul-j
ins industry is auriculture, should
be especially interested in any
nieasures leadiiiR toward the inl-pnr.er.a-nt
of the hijrhways on
which they are so larjrely depend-i
ut." ' j
Abstracts of Road Laws of 13
fìther States The Commission
had studiecl, and wanted the pub
lic to study, the road laws and poi-1
icii's of other states; for they in-j
corporated in their report a seriesj
oi adi-tracts of the Itiws of 13 1
state.-, a- follows: California, '
it diana, Ma-sitchusets, Mii'hipan,1
Missouri, New Hampshire, New'
der-ey, Nv York, North Iiakota, 1
Orejron, Tennessee, Washington (
and V.i.-consin.
Another note from abroad was
the description by Knfrineer Wil-
OffOESTERS PILLS
W. - TUE r!Al.ND PKAND. A
J.aul'HT Ak i imr Uniffglitfaf i ' i
LI-.hMi.ltr Hl.mo-ifIiriidyX
l'Ili io Hrl c i Uotd rimllicVV !
t.oi, telici Tr.tl biuo Kn)on- j
Take no Ibi-r. Boy f vnnr '
lrulilL A kforlMI lOLK-TETit ;
)1AJIH.M3 i:hani FII.I.H. (-r 21
ycar V nown as lìet, Safnt, Alwtys Keliblc i
m
work on
Vermont
County,
and the
i the road system of a
city ot the Richmond
New York, road system
road improvements in the town of
I.nox, Mass.
Vermont's Fpoch - Makinir
Changes in 1892 Hut the Ver
mont Legislature of 18'J'2 did not
confine itself to authorizinK an in
vesti'uatioii. It acted.
One law (No. oli) did three
thing.s. (1) It createci the office
oi ìlodd Commissioner in every
town of the State. (2) It sub
stituted for the old methoil of
working out ta.xes a 20 per cent
money tax in the towns. (li) It
established the ." per cent State
Higliway Tax.
Another law (No. 57) enabled
towns, cities and ineorporated vil
lajres to issue bonds for the pur-
ìiose oi purcnasinjr ì oaii-maKing i
apparatiti and for building per
rnanent higliways.
AltOK-ether, 18!I2, 30 years ago
was a g'ieat year in the devilop
ment of Vermont highway legisla
tion and policies.
East Duike
Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Ha.-vev have
both been confined to the hu.-e
the past week by illnes.-. Mr. Har
vey sull'ered a slight shock Sun
day but is able to be about the
house. i
Mr. and Mrs. Willis Huntin
and two daughters of Hunting
ville, P. Q., were recent visitors
at J. C. Lucia's.
Elmer Mathers of St. Johnsbury
was a Sunday visitor at the home
of his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Isaiah Mathers.
Miss Annie Kelden returned to
Laconia, N. H. Sundav after
spenti in jf three weeks with. her
niothtr. Mrs. Marv Uelden. Saiiie
Morse is stomiinu' with her sister
Mrs. Belden for a couple of weeks.
liam S. P.acot then at
We have just returned from New York
State where we have personally selected the
fìnest A No. 1 (rade of apples ever brought into
this town. The. following- pojiular varieties were
purchased on our trip.
Mclntosh Reds, Snow, Tolman
Sweets, Pewakie, Seek-No
Furthers, Pippins, Greenings,
Pound Sweets
The first carload of this choice stock will
arri ve in a few days. Don't buy your supply of
apples until you see them.
Wholesale or Retail
bythe Bushel
At the car and free delivery. The priee will be
right. t
The last of October we shall have a carload
of Fancy Northern Syty and Baldwin.
A. H. GLEAS0N & CO.
Telephone G70
Tiiiiolhy A. Ryati, a travelinp;
salesnien for the Ault and V, ilborR
Co., of New York, had a thrilling
experience Wednesday aftetnoon
as he was comi uh: over the road
from Batte to St. Johnsbury.
About a mile from St. Johns
bury the sedati which he was driv
in hit a soft place in the dirt
road swerved andr olled eoniplete
ly over. Mr. Ryan was alone in the
car at the time and esca ned unhuit.
Today, however, he was suflTerinj;
from a badlv bruised shoulder.
Other touxists passine by assem
i i i . i . . .....
uteu ami manatreu io rtunt tue se
lV.VtM Llltll LUUh iii.n (M.tee
beh.ind the wheel and continued on
bis way to St. Johnsbury, where
he at once went ahead to tt'ansact
his business.
I The fact that he was ridine in
a eiosea cor no doubt saveil Mr.
Ryan from serious, if not fatai in
juries. His sedan was verv little
damased, the fenderà both front
and rear beinjj; somewhat bent and
battered.
Aiiington
Mrs. Ilorace Thomas has so far
operatton
at
was
on
Rih'htlook hospital
that she
her home
vrtiioved Stimlav to
i School Street,
.irs. ramue nausei' ami son,
Karl of Newport are stopping at
Herbert I.ougie's.
Katherine Fletcher who has
been at the Fitch hospital for sev
eral weeks following the amputa
tion of ber foot has been nioved
to the home ' of Mrs. Harry
Waite. .
Mrs. John Finley was dischaig
ed from Brightlook Tuesday and
is slowly cor.valescing.
j W. H .Arkley has returned
from South Royalton where he
i has been for .-eventi days on busi-
noss.
j Wendall Morris has gone to
i Gloversv i!l(, New York, where
; he has a position with the Mo
i hav.k Cr.nnery Company.
CORNS
Lift Off with Fingers
Doesn't hurt a bit! Drop a little
j "Freezone" on an aehing corti,
ì instantly that coni stops hurting',
then shortly you lift it right off
l with fingers. Truly! -j
Your druggist sells a tiny bottle
j of "Freezone" for a few cents,
sufiìcient to remove every har
corti, soft corti, or corti between
I the toes .unti the calluses, without
soreness or irrilation. Advertise-i
ment.
1 i
lì khr.
'
T -1
en L-iKe jeweiry
It is a mistake to assume that meli
are not interested in jeweiry.
While exacting jud'ges of tpiality
and workmanship, they ttktu.up
)reci;tte the artistic merit. of
such merchaiuli.se.
A miin's judgment, w lieti solerti iir
a watch, for examplf, is invaria
bly good. HE KNOWS. His
opinions on silverware, as a gil't
to la-t tbrough genera'Jons, are
valuable.
The "men folks" take keen pleas
ure in visiting this store. It is
a "community of interest" lo
them. They refleet the mascul
. ine viewpoint what THKY
would prefer in the way of (iil'ts.
- ,
Lurchin
THE QUikLITY JKWKLEES
Eat More Sea Food
We offer you an opportunity to select your
favorite sea-food from our completely stocked
market. Here you secure:
SALMON COD
BLUE FISH HALIBUT
WHITE FISH HADDOCK
SWORD FISH MACKEREL
SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY
Clams Either In or Out of Shells
C. W. COOK
Telephone (515-R
COOL WEATHER IS
Now is the time to replace those broken
panes of glass with new, whole ones. Don't let
colei air stream into your rooms any longer
through broken Windows.
It will soon be time to repair and renovate
your doublé Windows in thoughful anticipation
of the long, frigid winter. We are at your ser-vice.
STAFF0RD
TUE PAINT STORI"
I !
October Days Are Strenuous Days on
Boys' Clotiies
IT'S the season of the year when every boy
is "up and doing" on his toes almost every
minute outside of his school hours and nat-.
urally he must have elothes to withstand his
robust activity.
Here at this Boys' Stores where elothes are
made to our special order, your boy will get
the kinds of elothes he likes for durability,
style and workmanship. The Suit, the Over
coat, the iMackinaw they 're ali here marked
generously low.
ì .
& Lurchin
& STEVENS
THE &Y(YVjl
SULD eif UFUGGISTS LVERYWHER j

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