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j 5SSKSSE3SZSI QgTriuwll'J.ITffii''MlMWL''1 filock Pian to Run 17 Into V. S. Near Newport OALEDONIAN-RECORD. FRIDA Y, XOVEMBER 3, 1922 Pale and ìhin VA- SAY ""BAYER" when you buy Aspirin Unles. vou sec tiv r.ame "Bav- ( r" on package or cu tablets you are not jrettintf the f-x-nume Bayer product prescrihcd by piiysiciaìis over twenty-two years and proved ;afe by millions for col!'.--, head ache, toothache, earache, neural- sia, ljmbaKo, i heun.at i-m, neurit vi lei .Aeeept cacid. only "Bayer" package which con tains proper direction. Handy boxe.- of twelve tablets cost few i cents. Di-uRRists al.-o sell bottle. ' of 24 and 100. Asuirin is the trade maik of Bayer Manufacturc of Monoaceticacidestcr of Salicyh- Cóntinued f-orr Pacre 1 and later pieked up by four cutos and carrieil a ; far as St. John.-bury to jfo the re.st of tne way bv train. Inspector Hylan and Cu.-toms offieer Rice of l'erby Line were too mudi for them. T bey Ot Joseph Jlrouin of lìoc.k I.-dar.d, hi.- Chevro let car and severi of the men. Four moie were taken at Ik-iby Line. Six calili crossami apphod for adniission to the country. Inspect or Ford deported ni ne of the party Wednesday noon. At Newport the men were asked to identity Ii.-mai's who was on the New York train Tuesday night. The two men iiemars and llrouin are beid for violation of the U. S. immigration lavvs and the alien contract labor law, and the men as witnesses to appear for a hearing when the United States Comniiss ioner, W. II. Clcary, returns front Guildhall. i i i Advertisemcnt. ! i AfUi a,.-, x&iia&m VS ì z iiaiiy icci uiicuui tu m Idaily tesk. They are prone to frequent coids OT coughs, Ìor are pale and thin. What is needful is rich, nourishin ScolfsEniulsion of pure vitamine-bearing cod-hver oil, te help strengthen and build up the vita! forces of the body. Buiid up resistance daily I with Scott' s Emulsion I J The Gift Si The tinie is vou reseli' to tìit- st ri or mother, sistei exitctiiiK !iee(ts. e uirt oeason rapicìiy appi'oachin when you will devote clÌoii of'some appropriate "ift of jewelry or s;veet!icart. We can satisfy your rnost ! Farm Uui eau Meeting; at Xewark Thursdav The third mtetinu; in the Farm j Bureau sci-ics was he,d at Grande j Hall in Newark Tjiursday after- i noon. There wa.- a -m ral i)rog-i-ani with a moviiiM' picture, illu.-trated j denionstralions of s'accessful fanti j pi-ojects in varit-us parts of the j county. Secrct.iry E. li. llallttt of j the Farm Bureau HxchaiiKV .-poke j of fcrtilizer-. feci! and .-ecd, and I County Asent M .V. Barnes spoke of the importaiice of limine; the soil, testina several .-ampli-.-, that that had hecn hroueìit in frorn fields in town. Potato rrops were advocated as a profitablc i.-ii j.ro-jee-t, and it W4is ured that the fai'niers of Newark combine with tlioe of Iiurke, Suttun ainl other neii) hl)orÌ!e: towns in a club ! oc this purpo.-e in ordi-r to produce a ciò)) of .-ufficieiit volume to at tract the whoiesjtle buver. Miss May Gilfillan of the Home Fconomics Itcparrmcnt inteiested tne Aoinen members that were pre.-ent i;i the activities that ali to he inaile the special project.- of the cornine year. The incelili)? was con.-iiiercd a mo-t profiiabl; one. Friday's meetiiiL': was at Granjfc Hall, North Kirby, and Saturday's n1eet.in.14- will be ai Waldcii, w he ri si mila r pro-rams are aiìverli-ed Next v.eek's meetines will be as follows: Monday at Hardwick; Wednesday at Stannard; Thursday at l'eacliam; Fi May , at 'e-'t Barnet. 'Disiinctiveiy differént" Teas and Coffee cannot be exceled in quality a trial is con vincing. : 11 Packed by Cross Abbott Co. White River Junction, Vermont Chas. H. Howe .lev, elei; -uul Optician A Marvei of Thoroughness for $ l l 5.OO fV5) Sfa' T tr-X". IISMS ; vvasiier&riiiger . sii m 1 V l'uneia! Services For Orleans Man Funeral .-ervices were hcìd Tu---: day for I-Mirar Leda ir of ()rlean I ' who died S'atuitUiy noon of .-clero- si-: .-hock, havin.tr becn ili only ; i about ten day.-. The .-ervices were , ' held in the CathoiiP 1. hurch in Low- ell, his old lTfwe at ten o'clock in the forcnoon. Interment w:is in the family lot iiof the villane cemeteiy. M r. Lc- i Clair is survived by his wife, Airs. LeClair, and his dauyhti r, M's.'I!. S. (,'urtis of Newport who are deeply appieciative of the heauti i fui flowers and n.any expressions of .-ympathy. Mr. LeClair was born in Lowel! ! (i.'! ycai's a)fo, and lived there unti! ' three years befoie l.is death when : he nioved to Orleans. He was a very succes.-fu! fciivr a calimi.1' whicb he l'ollowed until be ave up : acti-.e bu.-iness, Mr. LeCT.iir's illne.-- was con-id-; ered criticai froin ihe first and eouncils of ph.-u ian- inclurled both of locai and o ut of to.vn doc ! tors. KKEP IN TOUCH WITH OUR FKUITS AND VEGETABLES if you want the best fruits and vec'etahle.s that bave been care fully selected and ripened in the Sun. Our market does not handle fruit nor vegetables that are fair on the outside and rot teli within. We jnarantee THERE'S NO BETTER GROWN tii"n ihe fi-uits and veirctables we soli. hatevei is to be had in ar.y market we bave. Our liM-je sales enable us to offer low jnices that attract raany people. Main Street Fruit Store OUR WANT ADS. PAY MÀKE YOUR OLD FLOORS LOOK LISCE NEW If your old lloor nio.-t viven up luipe ance cali for our hi in e-! ni a .-ad appearance, if you have al of ever rcncw:ri)? their originai appear-Ip. OUR FLOOR SURF ACER DOES THE WORK I.ct us cor e lo your s-id with our modem Floor Surfacer, whifh will remore that time-worn ap)iearance front your floor. We a.--ure vou your floor will look like new when we are throtiMi with LET US HELP YOU No flirt can lm.!- resisi the Sunnvsud.s. Overalls. di.sli cloths. l;ath i u.-s. o'ostinately dirty cuff and rollar bands, come fiom the Sunn.vfuds delishtfully clean and stainles.-:. Us lai co capaxity enaides lieavy blankets to he washert with spt-ed and satisiaction. Will li iti niotifiii. 1lic l'ili i-nck--; vcitli vtm:ii-k-fildn i- lence, whon stojmed, it locks ili the proper position to be opened V i- wririinrr. ' Tlie polished interior of tho tub contains no angles, or sudden projection.s. Tliere are no paddles or mediani ca! aìritators to cause tans'les. The Sunnvsud.s works on a uerfectlv naturai m'in- ciple tliat happily comljines thoitiuhness and gentle- jiess. Examine the tub and see. Demonstrations will be cheerfu!!;.' uiade at anytime. If you have been waiting to buy a in.'j'h (uahty, ali-metal hlectric Washer Jor $ll.").o) the unny.suds awaits you. TEI13IS IF DESIRED Stafford & Stevens "TIIi: i'ALN'f .stori:" GET YOUR CAR eadv for Winter Twin State Gas&Electric Co. If you- hi- ha- not been oveihauled recently it wouhl be wi.-e to'have it dono bifore the winter months are bere. This is c-peeially ti'.u- of your enfine. This (-araye i- wi-Il -fUÌpped for makinc ali kinds of lepairs on ali BiiK-k-. Often ;i .-li.i.'ht defert eoirected in timc will prevent a heavy ')air bill late:- mi. Talk to ii- al.out your cai troVilc-. Denatured Alcoaoì for Sale A. J. Potter, Representative TH. 516-M Liyingstone & Howe i m Lasts Three Days Lasts Three Days Nov. 3 IH - -.1 Wov. 4 1N0V. Begins Wifh a Bush Tcday and Ends Monday Night We cali this an Odcl Lot Sale but it is more than that. The items listed below offer you un paralleled opportunities to save money on many seasonable necessities of clothing. 'To make room for superb lines soon to arrive from the mavkets, we must absolutely dose out these oddlofs at once. If you want to get the cream of these articles you will have to come early. Prices Hewed Down Beyond Oomparison THESE ITEMS WILL SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES Boys' Fleeced Lincei Union Suits. Sizes up to 12 years 98l Boys' Shoes. Vaine $3.00 S1.95 Men's Flanncl Shirts. Good for work and for dress. 98c Men'e Dress Shirts on 15 differént shades 79c len's Heavy Grav Sweaters with roll collars. $1.25 Men's Fleece' Lined Two Piece Uncìerwear. 69(: Bovs' Golf Stockings 49(: One lot of Men's Suits. Blue Serge only $14.95 One lot of Heavy White Sweaters $4.98 ' Dr. Dennison's Sleeping Garmtits 95c Little Girls' ali wool Jumpers in plaids and plain colors $2.49 Scarfs and Tams for Girls $2.49 Bovs' Overcoats with caps to match $3.98 Boys' Heavy Caps 79c Children's White Corduroy Bonnets 49c Bovs' Flannelette Night Shirts 69 Boys' Gloves and Mittens 29c Men's heavy Gloves in Brown and Gray 19L One lot of Ladies' Sample Coats. Vaine .$25 to SUO. Fur Collars $14.95 One lot of Ladies' Rubbers 69c One lot of Children's Rubbers 59c One lot of Bovs' Rubbers W One lot of Men's Rubbers W One lot of Bovs' Lumberman Rubbers $1.95 One lot of Men's Corduroy and heavy ali wool Pants $1.98 One lot of Men's Overcoats $17.45 . Ladies' Spats 49 ' One lot of Ladies' Sport Coats One' lot of Ladies' Dresses. Vaine X1S to $5ò. In ali wool Poiret Twill $1195 One lot of Ladies' Coats with Shcepskin lining $29.95 Ali Ladies' Hats Marked Down 20 Per Cent One lot of Work Shoes $2.25 " One lot of lleece Lined Union Suits il.39 One lot of medium weight Union Suits 98 One lot of Ladies' Suits $9.95 Hundreds of other articles from the most inexpensivo handkerchief to the most expensive lady's overcoat. We have some that sell as high as $1 15)..")0 and we surmise there are none better to be seen or iurchased in Northeastern Vermont. M-Ji?' JJ"- We have articles of raimcnt to fìt every )ocket-l)ook. Evcrything guaranteed. OPEW EVERY EVENING UPITIL OHRISTrVIAS 83-87 EASTERN AVE. ST. JOHNSBURY, VT. Ir