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CALEDONIAN-RECORD, MONDA Y, OCTOBER 1G, 1922
FAGE TnUEft and the Worst Is Yet to Come! ASPIRIN V 23 cents for the first inser.'ion. One cent a word for each day thereafter. cents booking charge unless cash in advance. Minimum charge 23 cents. ROOMS TO RENT TO RENT Large furnished front room. Also two adjoinlng rooms. Pilone 492-M. 7Ctf TO IiENT Room3 Street. Tel. 5G7-J. 18 Summer .' 80 tf TO RENT Four room tenement. 22 Cliff Street. Cali 128-21. 83 tf TO RENT Four room tenement E. Walker. 8G tf with bath. J. TO RENT Nov. 1 steam heated fiat, 4 rooms and bath. 76 'i East crn Ave. Tel. 573-M. 80 tf TO tos. RENT Two rooms 45 Caledonia St. for au 88 tf TO RENT Desirable rooms, Tel. 45'J-J. 90tf. TO RENT Five room tenement, modem improvements. Adults only. Inquire this office. S'J-94 TENEMENT to rent on Port land Street. 6 room.s, bath, fur nace and garage. Inquire 61 Port land St. Phone 120-14. 92-94 HOUSES TO RENT TO RENT : Furnished hou.se in I.yndonville. Good location. Ad dress B, care Caledonian. 91-U4 Plymouth Creamery Ice Crearn Is noted for its smooth, ven consistency and deliciom flavors. WANTED Union Bricklayers Transportation furnished. Phone at our expense. MONTANA WORSTED CO Northftcld, Vermont FOR SALE Single hou-e, garage, garden, henhouse with wired runs. This l nouse is in ursi class conmiion, Kuuu xuiiiatii iuii uam, nei. w iv. lights, set tubs-, nice laundry in basement. Porch on front of house; first fioor has livine room, dining room, kitchen, largo bed room with two elosets, and full bath; three bedrooms on sccond fioor. Price $3200. Five room tenement to rent after November lst. A. B. Dow's Agency St. Johnsbury, Vermont LABORERS WANTED 40c per hour 10 hour day Board $8.00 per weck Winstcd, Conn. Farcs paid J. M. Swan & Son, Inc. Calderwood Building Tel. 438-M A Piano for a Home of Culture! A PIANO brings more culture and rdìned amusement into a home than any other article. If a member of your family plays, you'll hring him untold joy by placing one of our Gulbransen ì'ianos at bis disposai and the will share that pleasure and benciit. Or perhaps there are children who should he learning to enjoy the exquisite means of self expression Piano playing. You'ìl find the kind you want here, at the price you can a fiord to pav. HARVEY'S MUSIC PARLORS Distributors ol" (lulbranscn Oppositc Post Office St. Johnsbury, Vermont WANTED V ANTED Eeef, veal, pork, la nb, poultry at the Summerville Slaughter House, 54 Concord Ave. 0Duval, Prop. PhoneCól. SUtf WANTED "200 pullots White Lcghorn and Silver I.aced Wvan dottes preferred. Also 100 f'owl, Tel. 782-M or notify O. JL Cum mings. 80 tf WANTED Someone to ìoin a boartling house with 15 to 20 boarders. Everything furnished. Inquire this office. 80-95 Position wanted by a neat capable girl for general houM-work. A l- dress Box 420, Newport Q-'J WANTED First class granite polisher a nice rlean iti ìli to work in; also granite cuttei's and granite polisher apprentii'es. Anderson Friberg Co. Barre Vt. !12-10., W'Xn T Èì ) byTd ùì ts smal I u p stair's tenement centrally locatod man has steady employnient. In quire at this office. 92-97 HELP WANTED Male WANTED th ree Apply Impey and fami hands. Cummings. 8'Hf WANTED -ters at once. Three good carpen S. M. Hulbcrt. 87 tf SALESMAX VATEI -Mu-t . ut v v.i. awwm ut )w nani uini i (in e I I WANTED Furty meli to work 1 on Federai Road job between Bar- ton and Willoughby. Steady work ' until ground f reezes. Free trans- 1 portation to work and return. Ap- I ply to George F. Reed, Barton, ' Vt. 92-97 , WE are looking i'or a few middle aged nien to ri'present u- in unoe- ' eupleri territory in ermont. J ay weekly, writo Heath Nurseries, Manchester, Comi. 92-!4 Male and Female Help COOK wanted for fall and winter season at Notchland. Also general girl. Good wages and steady work. Might take a couple, if ex perienced. Apply Mrs. C. H. Mor rey. Bemis. N. II. S2 tf Help Wanted Female WANTED Woman for general housework who can take charge of home. Not a servant girl but a real housekeeper. Small family and ali morlern improvements in home. Good pay to right jiarty. Must furnish rel'erences and send application care of Mr. L, Caledo-nian-Rccord qfTice. 80tf WANTED Kitchen Quality Restaurant. woman, 91 tf WANTED Chambcrmaid, New Avenue Hotel. 91 tf WANT ED wTunc-so.s aT 1 d ea 1 Restaurant. 92 tf FOR SALE 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. A two-tenement hou?e with one half acre of land, also a nice sin erle cottage, both located in Sum nerville. .'il) acre fami within a mile of Fairbanks village. Loiated one mile from R. R. St. a small fami and slaughter house cquipiied to do a wholesale meat business; t'olii- acres of mearlow anrl live acres of pasture and gar rirli. Buildings consist of good house of eight rooms. Would make an ideal filace for hen ranch or garden trai k l'arni. CHARLES E. KIRK PJ&SE Ten FOR SALE FOR SALE Soft wood slabs, cut 12 inches, at Follensby's milL B8tf. FOUR-BURNER and Three-Oven Gas range for sale. Also Gas Ileater. Mrs. Grint, 26 Spring. 87-92 FOR SALE Two full sets of tools and machinery for manufac turing brooms. One hand and one power machine. Very cheap if sold at once. O. C. Woodruff, West Burke, Vermont. 90-92 FÓR" SALE Good work hoTse". Weight, 1100. Cali before noon. 187 Eni St. Newport 91-96 FOR SALE One hundred cords of 4 ft. wood, mostly maple near the scale factory. Will sell one cord or more at $6.00. Good road to it. Gilman Bothers . 91-94 FOR SALE De Lavai been used four months. 24. .separator Cali 297-91-94 FOR SALE 20 tested cows. fresh and springers. A. S. Gilmour, West Burke, Vt. 91-92 FASTEST Selling Ford ad Chevrolet accessory manufactured, big profits, exclusive. Writ quick for samples. Fred J. Barnard, Newport, Vermont. 91-96 l'Oli S.U.P A frnnl licnj ,,0(,Ke Ti-uck in first class running fìrmii Inquire of Geo P. Barrett Co., 40 Portland St. 92-93 FOR SALE 8 cord stove wood, 1 white enamel Barker chair, several tons of hay, 2(i hens anrl sccond quality lumber. W. K. Owens. 92-94 FÒR SALE Dry soft wood slabs cut 12 inches and 4 ft. at E. E. Roy's mil). Phone 177-M. 6 to 9 p. m. 92-103 'FOR SALE Pony and harness, no reasonable offer refused, also a few guinea pigs. F. I). Mackay, 33 Mt. Vernon St. 92-93 FOÌi SALE 7-horse power Storer Engine, eircular saw and Lazy rig AIo several cords dry 16-inch wood. N. . Sizen. Phone 17a-3 92-95 HOUSES FOR SALE FOR SALE Seven room, story anrl a half house. Ali modera im provements New hen house, large garden. Cali Caledonian-Record office. 92 tf LIVESTOCK FOR SALE Young Pigs and Shoats. W'ishart Brothers. Phone 299-11. 77 tf MISCELLANEOUS DON'T buy your stock until our ear arrives with the choicest lot of fall and winter apples you have ever seen. A. IL Gleason and Co. 77 tf ALL WOOL knitting yarn for sale, direct from manufaeturer, at 9")c, $1.35 and $1.60 a pound. Post ale paid on $5.00 otders, Write for samples. Wc also do eustom work. II. A. Bartlctt, Harmony, Maine. 70-9Ò LOST AND FOUND I.OST Sum of money on streets of St. Johnsbury. Findcr pleasc notifv T. E. Wheaton, Concord, Vt. Receive reward. 90tf. I.OST Between St. Johnsbui-y and Lyndonville, pair of glasses. Reward. Leave at Caledonian-Record office. 92 FOUND Check book on Lyn donville bank. Receipt made out to L. A. Berry. Owner can have sanie by paying for this ad. 92 ili amw iui 1 1 iMimwnii m in in lai iiii i uiiii m ' PUBUCINTEREST IN EDUCAT10N A GOOD SIGN We Pay for Good Schools but We May Not Get Them The last feature of the teachers' convention program before arl journment Saturday noon was a sympsosium on Vermont's educa tional system. John T. Cushing of St. Albans was not able to be present but bis convincing paper was read by Presirlent McClelland. Editor Cushing sairi: With only .".(I minutes allotted for a symposium presenting the -iews of several persons, the timo allotted each must be brief. Plunging directly into the sub ject, I will give it as my opinion that one of the most serious rle feets in our treatment of the edu cational problem in Vermont is the continuai upheaval to which our system is subjected. We shoulrl not, of course, be always content with what'we have an'd seek no iniprovement What I mean is that onci' we adopt a sys tem we shoulrl give it tinie and opportunity to prove itself so that we may know, on the basis of ex- INSIST ON Ellounfiin Teas and Coffee TheyWill Please! A valuable Coupon in every package Packed by Cross AbboÙ Co. White liiver Junction, Vermont Tempora ry expedien cy is often the cause of serious fires A light is nr'r'rled "in a hurry," some wires art! twi.-t-ed together and loft witbout insulation, constantly threat ening lire and menacing per sonal safety. There is no sure way of eliminating carelessnes or of guarantee ing immunity from fi re lo.-s. There is no substitute for sound insurance in a good reliable company. This is a Hartford Fire Insurance Company Agency. Morrill & Hawkinson Pythian Building St. Johnsbury, VI. Gno ! 1 1 perience, how to improve it. We are too prone to confuse change with improvement. There can not be too much pub lic interest in education. There is a hue anrl cry now in the state about excessive "over-head" in the educational department. The opinion being createti by a few that too much money is being spent in supervi sion, it would be nothing strange if' the whole educatoinal system were subjected to an assault by the General Assembly in 192". It seenis almost an imposssibility for the legislature to keep its hantls off the whole law, although the inception of the move may have been a very proper effort strengthen the school cotle few minor particulars. Onlv two years ago to in a we thrasherl out the whole subject of education at Montpelier. The treatment was characteristic. Lo cai interests predomi nateti over state interests. It will, in my o)inion, be unfortunate if the school laws come in for another general revision within so short a timo. Those whose duty it is to atl minster the law should be given a fair opportunity. They are more impartial in their desire to create the best kind of a system than are many legislatore. Constant change means a lack of continuity and ef forts that should be constructive are of necessity dissipateti in the niechanical task of making arl justments occasionetl by frequent changes in the law. We are in the unfortunate sit uati f n bere in Vermont of being either just before a change or just after one. W'hile there is no cash balance in education, stili the effect can not be ditferent than we would find in a business wbere stability and continuity of policy were lacking, and Constant change the rule. Profits would diminish and di.-appear. Therefore, I bclieve it is better, once a code is estab lished, to give the system createti a time to work itself out free from the meddling of harrassing legisla tors. Ori the score of expense, it is true that we must pay for a gootl sy.-tem whether we have one or not. It is better to pay for it di rectly in dollars antl cents that we can count, than it is to pay for it indirectly, but nevertheless surely, by turning out into the state poorly or inadoquatcly eiuip petl r hildren who will be seriously handicaiiped when they come into competition with those of other -tates where a higher educational standard may be mainiamoti. I "Woith While" Girls Hold Iìii thday Party The - World Wide Guild" held ai t ry successful birthrlay jiarty at Iht Baptist church vestry Fritlay evening The evening opened with a sliort business meeting mergmg into a musical program, follo wetl by games and a jolly good timo. 1 The novel feature of the party j was that each inviteli guest carne, i expressing his ago in cents, there- ( b. increasing the treasury $10.50. l'ainty refreshments of punch; and waf'ers were served by the committee. Each one feeling they bari added their bit to help the "U'orth While (Jirls" in their mis- j sionary endeavor. the peck company ii.i:iwai:e Say "Bayer" and Insisti Unless you see th name "Bayer" on package or on tablets you aie not getting the genuine Bayer pro duct prescribcd by physicians over tweniy-two years and proved safe by millions for Colds Hearlache Lumbago Rheumatism Pcin, Toothache Earache Neuralgia Accept "Bayer Tablets of Aspir in" only. Each unbroken package contains proper directions. Handy boxes of twelve tablets cost fi'w cents. Druggists also sell bottles of 24 and 100. Aspirili is the traile mark of Bayer Manufacture of Monoaceticacidester of Salicyh cacid. Advertisement. The New THE new Cadillac Vic toria, we believc, cm bodies refìnements which will induce even widcr and warrner favor for this popu kr Cadillac model. A vvell-considered change in dimensions causes the car to appear lower and longer and greatly accentuates the atmosphere of distinction always associated with the Victoria. CADILLAC C A. TourinfCar- -$ri,n Tun rm. Phaeton ... ,t 1 :) Vicinrin &,ulitrr - . . ,?;ì I n rt.j. t. J. Wa sning TTiis is the A. lì. C. Super Electiic Washer the aristrocrat of wa.bing ma fhines. Has full cabinet, eliclo ing ali moving paits, aluinintiiii wririy cr with 1" lolls. Choice of wood or metal cylinder galvani.eil or copper tuli. Owners -ay. "This is the linet washer ever budt." A denionstration costs Reliance Electric Co. Decide On A Ring THE SATLSFYING GIFT Now and ulways rings will be the ideal gift that pleases women, and of course there is a great stock bere for babics, girls, boys, wo men and nien in a variety that will make it easy to select just the one suitable for the intended recipient. Diamond rings, Signet rings, Carneo rings, Amethyst rings, Sapphire rings. Ruby rings, and other stones, as well as a big variety of rings in any setting vou may wish for prices from S.'i.OO up. Lurchin & THE QUALITY Cadillac The enlarged interior, with the driver's seat placed directly behind the steering wheel, and ali seats length ened, provides increased spaciousness and comfort for four passengers. The new model Victoria shares the advanced en gineering and careful craftsmanship of Type 61, admittedly the greatest Cadillac ever produced. MOTOR CAR COMPANY, DETROIT, MICH. Ditition of Gnral Uoitri Car porgilo THE NORTHERN CADILLAC CO., INC. 137 Railroad Street, St. Johnsbury, Vermont 2$ Cnupt ?7.5 - - - Firr Pati. Covj Srdcm . . - Primi A. B. C. M Runs silenti) without the use of springs. Tneres Without the l'ower and Electric W'a.hing Ma chine, that real dream of taking away "blue Monday" would licver bave been realized. Without accurate machine tools the present efticient wa.-bing machine would . t ili be a vision. Without big production, it would be l'olly to invest in perci-ion ,liij;h .-peed production machine tools. Forti and Studchakrr production is yieat enough to tnable tliem to buy the very bet in the machine line. The A. I!. ('. ìiianul'acturer keep their .standard limits the .Name a- the automobili- companies and therefore bave' bonghi and are buying the anie kintl of machine tool-- their factory i laid out along the sanie general lines and they have automobile engineeis and niechanics in their .-bop-. A J 15,11011. imi .Muk-Aiiiiiatic, weighing many tons, almo-1 human in il-- operatioii, but much more accurate, helpN to make the A. B. ('. the finest waser built. r;vei'.vthing uni t be cxaclly rinht or it will not be arci pted by the in.-pcrtor. vou not one cent. St. Johnsbury, Vermont Lurchin JEWELER8 Victoria A C - 4iW Suburbnn - $',t HO Ltmnutin - ifi$0 Importai I.im. jtiQf I Phone C.KJ-M a non ' Kailroad St. Tel. -12-.M St. Johnsbury, Vt.