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CALEDONIAN-RECCRD, MONDA Y, OCTOBER 30, 1922 BUSINESS COUP The approach of winter emphasizes the all-year use fulness of the car. Wind and slcet beat in vain against the weather stripped doors and Windows. A floor radiator keeps the interior as warm as a room. The Windows are readily adjusted for ventilation. Underlying these seasonal comforts, is the S8tisfac tion owners feel in the car's exceptional sturdiness. The body proper is a hand-welded steel unit. It is now generally known that this novel construc tion has made possible Dodge Erothers enarnel fin ish (instead of paint) whichns baked at high tem perature on the surface of the steel. The trimness and grace of the body lines are en hanced by a non-rumble fabric top and rear quarters fashioned in the present attractive mode. Genuine Spanish blue leather upholstery, wide snug fitting doors and roomy luggage quarters heighten the impression you instantly get of the car's distinc tive fitness for service. either business or social. The prire is $1080 delivered THE C. li. GOSS CO. 17-19 Central Street Vi LL 1VUKVRK Ready for Winter ) If your car has not boen overhauled recently. it would bc wise to have it done before the winter months are here. This js especially true of your enfine. '. This garage is well equipped for making ali kinds of repairs on ali Buicks. Often a slisht defect corrected in time will pvevent a heavy Yepair bill later on. ; Talk to us about your car troubles. Denatured Alcohol For Sale Livingstone & Howe ' Many people are offering to co operate with public niovements by giving their advice wsthout charme. ! I-;. y-sscax ! Heat for That a "Cold Corner f The first and originai Cold and Grip Tablet, the inerit of which is recog nized by civilized nations. Be sure you get The portable Radiantfìrc corebines conven ience and cconomy. Givcs you amazing heat instantly. Just whcrc you want it. Wholesomc, odorless, satisfying heat ahvays availablc at the touch of a match. Its 6cientific gas burner projeets Radiant Rays Uke Sun Rays, itraight out into the room. Bums for hours at the cost of a shovelful et coal. AshleeB, mokcletis and dustless. Priced from $15 up. Investigate tctlay. St. Johnsbury Gas Co. OA, HUMPHREV 9 M The genuine bears this signature Plymouth Creamery Ice Crearti Is roted for Its .smooth, ven consi.stency and dclicioiu flavors. DO NOT FORnET RED CROSS Donations for Red Cross Clear ing House TUESDAY If you can't bring ar ticles notify Mrs. E. E. Sargent. Tel. 372-1. Mr. and Mrs. J'hilip H. Stone oF Tasadena, Cai., have taken a home at No. 1121 North Los Roblos avenue and Miss Maude H. SpraRue, who is now visitine rela tive in Boston, leaves soon for Pasadena to spemi the winter with Mrs. Stone. Dr. Charlotte FairbanJiS and Mrs. Henry Fairbanks teturned Saturdiiy from a week spent in Boston. Miss Sarah Nuremberg, a former student at St. Jolin.vbuvy Academy has none to lioslor) to enler the Bryant & Stratton business college Aaron Nuicmboig has been en tertaining this month three of his cousins who reoentiy rame from Uumania and left Sunday after noon for their future, home in Minneapolis. They were .living in southern Russia before - the war, but lo.t their ro;ierty there and lied to Uuniania. W'hcn they left the- lattee country about two months ago conditions. were slow ly improving. E. N. McNally who has been a travelling man fot' the Heinze produets in this ttMiitory for the pa.-t. seven year.-; is to move his fandly to lìerlin, N. If., whei-e he will assist his mother in the run ning of the New Rcveie Hotel in that city. Mrs. L. A. McNally was foi nici ly of Fast L'ui ke and has ronducted the hotel since the deuth of ber husband two yeai's ago. The largo amount of business (Ione at the hotel neees-dtates bei' son's joining her. Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Steven? and Miss Steven. b ave Wednesday night for their winter home in St. l'etersburg, Fla., where they wil! remain until s)iing. Mrs. Curtis Carr of - Malden, Mass., is vi.-iting her sistei-, llrs. Fthan Carr, Pearl Street. Mr. and Mrs. Alien Smith of F'ranconin were We(k end guest. of "Air. and Mrs. (). H. Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Kirnoy Hall and daughtor, Miss Frva Hall of Bur lirigton vere Kuebts of relatives ir: town over the week end. "The Time of His Life" this week Friday at 8. lo o'clock. Ad vei tisement. A hearing before a representa tive of the I nt( rst'ite Commerce Comndssion a Iield Monday moining in a case brought by W. A. llickei- relative to freight charges on livestock shipped in 1!18. The United State- raihvay adniinistii'tion nad a repi'esentu tive and Mr. Kickcr was i-e;i esent ed by Shiehls & Conurt. This is the first hearing bei'o.-e th'e Interstate Commerce Commission. is is be lieved, that has over beni hel.l in St. .lobiisburv. Mrs. L. F.'Doyle is in Barton today whei-e she has thiee classes ih d.incing, childi'en's junioi-s and adalts. Boni on Oct. 27 at the home of Mr .and Mrs. S J. Gleason, No. 18 Centi al Street, a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Levi iiobert.-on of Fast Burke. Mrs. L. E. Spencer is car ing for the mother and daughter. Voca tonai Schcol Iìeats Dow by 12 to 6 iv ' ) Jw Laxative Ì-4f ÌBmm& 1 :VJ cosa ìjh ti Farm Bureau Meeting In Wheelock The first of the nnnual full com munitv meetir.gs will he held in Wheelock, Tuesday, Oct. .'',1. Ar rangcnients have been made to use a lìiotion picture machine in the Grange hall and these pictures will he supplemented with views of good and noor farming jiractices from Caledonùi County. During the remainder of the week meetings will be held in Sut ton, Kewiii-k, Fast Hardwick, and W'ahìen. Thomas Bradlee, director of the F.xtension Service was in St. John.-bury recentlv and made the annual nudit of the Farm Bureau books. The year which ended Julv 1, 1!)22 showed a small bal;ince on t !ic right side of the accounts. Some study has been made of the dilferent varieties of oats and their weights ppv bushel and yields lier aci'e. Thus far the (). A. C. (Ontario's Agriculturat College) vari( ty has proved the liest. with a weight of lgs per bushel. The heavy weigth oats, are next and the Mammoth Cluster with an averaee of .''1 Ibs to the bushel. The Mammoth Cluster seems to have a large, shuck and a kernel small in proportion. The Home Demonstration ag( nt has visited gi'oups.at l'as.-umpsic, Fast Bai-net, Fa. t Burke and Fast Haven. Foods, Basketivand Dress Foi'tns were taken up in d.ilferent plac(-s. Miss Lydia M. Potter, State Demonstration Leader was here Monday for a short conference with Miss Gilfillan. WHEELOCK Mr. and Mrs. Charles Weleh and Mrs. Aggie Welch returned from their auto trip to New York state Thursday of last week. The family expeets to move there soon, as Mi-. AN'clch bus been offered a fine posi tion on a stock fami if he con cludes to except. Ali will be soriy to have this f.imily leave us. (Continued from Pase 1) he was finally dropped by Ken neth Murray who playod a whalo of a defensive game for the New Hampshire boys. At this point the game about two minutes old Banahan elected to can-y the ovoid himself. He iiikeil off four yards, then he eh erly banded the pigskin to Mc-Ci-illis who hot off tackle aerosa the goal line for the Vocationals.' initial touehdown. An unsuccessful attempt to punt resulted in another touehdown in the flrut ounrter for tho locai eleven. Taiker, trying to boot the ball out of danger for Dow Acad emy failed to make contact with the elusive pigskin which rolled away. Fddie Hoar pounced upon it, about 10 yads from the Dow goul line, McCrilis reeled off half that distante in a line jilunge and limmy Banahan, himself, squirmed through off tackle l'or the toueh down. Hoar failed to boot the ball for the point after the first touehdown and McCrillis also kicktd wide of the uprights after Banahan hai! sroied the toueh down. A third apparent Vocational School touehdown was foiled in the second fUarter when Umpire Cecil Burns ruled that the locai plnyeis lost a down on the ground ed pass. The ball went to Dow Academy and Parker punted clear ly out of danger from behind his dwn goal line. Banahan transport (d the ovoid back ten yards to Dow's 20 yad line. Here the Vo cational boys launched another of fensive only to Jose the ball to the vintors. .Fading- to gain tlirough the line, Parker punted for his team, Bana han taking it back to his .11) yard stripe A ten yard penalty was in ilicted ujion the V ocational team at .'this juncture but Christie's long pass to M'ann netted 15 yards. The naif ended with the leather on Dow's 31) yard line in the posses sori of the Vocational school. After MsCrillis had punted to Dow Academy's eight yard line, there followed one of the most sensational plays seen on the Campus this year Ashey of the visitors tossed widely to Tefft, the tight end, who then dashed ali the way, 82 yards, for the only toueh down that Dow was able to regis ter. The Vocationul bucks nmde a gallant but futile attempt to fol low the fleet Dow end as he sped down the fìeld. v This splendid overhead play threw fresh confidence into the hearts of the visitors who put up a fine exhibition duing the re mainder of the game. Another long distance heave .distinu-uished the playing of the visitors in the j fourth quarter. Ashey again hurled j their pigskin to Tefft for a gain ' of "0 yads. The ball soon went to the Vocational boys, however, on 'their III) yard line. After a few successful rushes, Dow halted the locai offensive and the game ter minated with the ball in midfield. The line-up: VOCATIONAL DOW Mann, le re, Tefft Parker, it re, LaBelle Wright, Ig ig, Goodwill Farrner, e c, Jacobs l'orter, rg lg, Jones McNamara, t lt, Morancy Hoar, re le, Gates lianahan, qb (b, Bean Fmmons, llib rhb, Ashey McCrillis rhb lbb, Murray Christie, fb fb, Parker Score, Vocational School 12, Dow Academy (i. Touchdowns, McCrillis, Banahan, Tefft. Itefe ree, Uamsdell. Umpire, Burns. Head linesman, Russell Time 10 minute quarters. Substitutionn, Vo cational School: Somers for Hoar, Hoar for Banahan ; J ow Academy: Cai pentev for Bean. 1 TONIGHT GLOBE T0M0RR0W Thomas Meighan IN George Ade'g funniest story . "Our Leading Citizen,, A PAIIAMOUNT l'ICTURE A landslide of laughter by AmericaV greatest humorist. Theodore Uoberts and Lois Wilson in the supporting cast. 2 reel Educational Comedy: "The Son of A Sheik" r .ir.-lj. ifliiBaìlìffiiTi! Aititi?' V:' T""-f A-g-..- J TONIGHT PLEASE U TONIGHT H GLADYS WALTON In her uni(iue -Photoplay Success "Second Hand Rose" -It's the Girl of the Song Just a; You Know Her, a Sweet, Lonesome Little irish Lass. "Perils of the Vukon" 2 reel comedy. SATURDAY IIOOT GIBSON in "TR1MMFD" ..-- &tu "i ir i Delicious! Expresses But Poorly The Umque Flavor of 5 Ftf M I l mj? usa kì23 rasa sss Mmm TRY IT FOR YOUR NEXT MEAL. BLACK (Grange Pekoe Bìcnd) MIXED or GREEN H 31 COME TO THE ;aar Business and Professional Womens Club PYTHIAN HALL Thursday, Xovember 2, 3.00 P. M. Fancy ailicles, Candy, Aprons, Preserves Cafeteria Supper 5.30 to 7.30 Music during Supper by Miltimore Orchestra. ;:: MENU Scalloped Potato, Sliced Ham, Rolls Cabbage Salari I'um)kin Pie Two Doughnuts . Ice Cream and Cake Coffee Overcoats of the Finest Character TAILORED AT FASHION PARK $35.00 to 48.50 YOU get everything you could ask for in these fine Overcoats not only warmth and style, but also the economy of long ser vice that finest tailoring and quality gives you. Every new style in Ulst ers, Ulsterettes, Great Coats, Chesterficlds; belt ed, half-belts or plain; plaid and contrastine backs ; a wide color range. Unusual vaine and variety is especially featurecl at $35.00 Other Well-Made New Overcoats at $20 io $18.50 'fa 'Mi' Par-Kerry expresses ali that is hest in Overcoats devtdoped at Fushion Park, it as-ures real tyle-distietion, com l'Pi fc 4yi( the economy of lonn-, satisfyinR sei-vice. 35c lOc lOc 5c lOc lOc DANCE 8.30 to 12.00 Henault's New Jazz Team Everyone Cordially Invited ADLERjr ROCHESTER. CLOTHESf CITIZEN DANX DIjDCK . ST. cJOHNSWrRV VTi FASHION PARK CLOTHIERS P That v(dl-known proverh, "A stitch in time saves nine" is applicatile to ahout every job of repairinu" because il little hole or a bit of decay rapidly enlarues and soon paves the way for Ktviiter dainaue. llcw true this is of a hole in the roof! The tiniest hole will admit enough water to spoil seveinl ceilinKSi fumi.-hings, and whatever the water strikes. i:i-:i'Ain your roof nowi We'll bel)) you. We have the materiale. Colonial Asphalt Roofing (Smooth Surface) Sold by us for l." years and stili poinj? utronff. I.it;ht .$2.50 per ciuare Medium ?".()() per K(uaie Ileavy , !f:J.5() per so,uare COLONIAL SLATE-SURFACEI) ROOFING ;! or Oreen $3.00 per sciuare SLATE-SURFACED SHINGLES lied or Green $7.00 per pquai-e A square rovers 100 sq. ft. net. (ienii nt and nails come in eaeh roll of roofing-. Tarred Felt, 40-lb. rolls $2.40 a roll JJermico SheathiiiK l'aper, 10-lh. rolls tiJ.40 a ioli Galvanb.ed Roofing nails 12c per lb Shinj;le nails 7c per lb (Jalvanized Shinple nails lOc per lb THE PECK COMPANY Old Fashioned Dance w. G.A.R. Hall Wei Ève. Mrs. Wilkie's Orchestra a w :. w IRTHMORE THE PECK CO. HARDWARE 39 Railroad St. Tel. 42-M CO Railroad Street HARDWARE St. .Tohnsbury, Vermont Tel. 412-M WOmWBBSBMSSSM Are you following the Wirthmore System of feeding for more eggs Dont forpret it is tho Masli that ìnakos the and Ih e Sciateli that maintains tlio woar and tear oj' the body, and in order !'')) you to be the most succcssful, it is very impoilant that you fol'ow the Wirthmore Sys tem of ahvays feeding both tho Wirthmore lUittermilk Ma.sh and Wirthmore Scratch Feed in con junction with eacli other. Don't break the eh a in. These two feeds are com Iounded to be i'ed to.tfether. They are a lalanced ration. If you use Wirthmore Scratch with some other Mash you may jet ìrsults, but not what you should if you follow tho Wirthmore System. Cali and get a Wirthmore Krk Record Hook C. A. SMITH For Sale at ali our Stores é TTiwm inrirVTii -i -r' M. jonnsnuiy. v t.