CALEDONIAN-RECORD, SATURDAY, NOYEMBER 23, 1922
il and the Worst Is Yel lo Come! ALWAYS TIRED
23 cents for the first inser ion. One cent a
cents booking charge unless cash in advance.
word for each day thereafter.
Minimum charge 23 cents.
I ROOMS TO RENT
TO RÈN'T Garage at 12 Main
t-treet. Telephone ?. 12.'i tf
fl'0 RENT Large furnished front
loiim. Also three adjoining ìooms
l'or light housekeeping. Furnace
beat. G. A. MeShane, Lvndonville.
Tenements to Rent
TOREXT8room tenerne nt7À 11
modem improvenients, garden,
gniuge, bath, 2 big piazzai, one
fcreened. Cali A. B. Iiow's
Agency or 278-."). 114 tf
DESTR A RLE house to rent Iee.
1 n ti
POR SALE --No. I hav. Intuire J. ! ANTRI) Beei. veal. pork.
A. Russell. St. Johnsbury. lTtf lanil). poultry at the Summerville
robirrorrSALE Tel2.-.7-4.ì Ala?5hte,r ouse54 Ave.
K,.-, tf-. -, i - I-'uval, Prop. Phone 651. 30 tf
K)RSALE Choice bay .1, -liverc-d ! WAXTEI) Chopper and team
in St. Johnsbury. E. D. Wild. East I stt-rs. E. li. Wild, East Bai-net.
Bainet. 11") tf i llótf
FOR SA LE T h ie e tenement j
hr use. (iood location. I'rire .'('( imi. i
IiHjuire this oil'ifc. 123-12'
WOOOFOR SA LE Tel. 11V2-11. !
1 2:1-1 1 ;
èst ;" 1
Help Wanted Female
TO RENT A third floor tenenient
with modem improvenients,. Cali
172 . 12:)tf
TW'O RÓÒM tenement to rent at
2!) Maple Street. Applv to Missj.-01.
Florence May, Post Office. 121-12'.) ;
-Hay. aUo 1
woo 1 slabs.
ai w womi
ar.d (lrv soft
I iUi:las, I'hone
I OR ' SALE-Ladie- fur "li ned
co; t, brown bmadcloth. nu;.-k;;tt
lii.mir, neaily perfect conditimi.
Applv Caledoniau office or illune
W ANTEO Experienced girl or
v. n:an l'or penerai housework.
Ttl. ;ji!2-M. 36 Lafayette Street.
FOR RENT Five room tenement
at. No. 8 Belvidere Street, St.
Jr.hnsbury, 't. For particular
LOST AND FOUXD
I.OST Between Coventry and
liite River Junetion, Vt., Sunday
jiij; ht, Nov. l'ith, one Kelley
Springfield Cord Tire Mounted ,
Lini, size bv 4. Suitahle re
vani offered. C. S. MitcheU, j
WJiite River Junetion. 124-12:.
l.OST Saturday somewhere in j
town a tire chain. Reward if re- j
tuined to.Or. R. H. Rurke. Sum-1
nier Street. 127 tf
; E. -tati
.JkL WANTEl) for general
1 In i;.-ework. Apply to No. 3 Cher
! y sti-ret. 124 tf
i WANTEl Stronir. eanablp. f.v-
l'c: ,'enred niaid for general house
v.dk. Mrs. C. A. Shields, 7 Park
-t eet. Tel. .",!n;-V. 12f!-127
Kd. A. L. E
FOR SALE In y
nu.tche ì boards. A.
FOR SALE Ci
in;. '. V. Yanee
ex pi o - !
, 21;'' !
ilcken- for roa.-t
, Ttl. 7:-J.
an experienced eham
Apply at Avenue House.
, NTEl Girl over Ili years of
. No machine experience neees--.
Tauber-Li)ton Co., 7 Con
I Avenue. 12!-7
Help Wanted Male
A NT E 1 1 Xigl Tcicrk. À"rlv
aymond, Xewport, Vt.
Nervous and Dizzy, Every
thing Seemed toWorry Me.
How I Got Well
THE I. O. P.
Will hold an
IX G. A. R. HALL
Monday Evening, Nov. 27th.
Admission 50 cent.- a couple.
Pxtra ladv 25 cents plus tax.
Music by' Mrs. Wilkie's Or
chestra, liancing 8 to 12.
Uni Machine upetutors or
meri willing t Kam l!o:e
grinding, iiiUrnal and eter
nal grimlii-ig of ali L. . ri p
tion. Polishir.e- nn-ì Ruiì'ing,
Cleveland ai. ì Gridloy Au
toir.atii's. Shaving. ì: illing.
faciiiir lathe-, A :ax headeis.
and a large a
al factorv wor
iv 01 eelii 1
:. Ca'i or
One two-tenement house with ;
barn and garden on Harrison Ave. j
A two-tenenient house wuh one-
half acre of land, also à riìce sin-,
pie cottage, both located in Sam- j
Located one mile from R. R. St. i
a small fami and slaughter houe '
tfiuipped to do a wholesale meat j
ousiness; four acres of meadow
and five acre of pasture and gai -
den. Buildings consi.-t of good
house of eight roonis. Would
make an ideal place for ben ranch j
or garden track fami. :
Good house urd barn on corner
of Harrison and Concord Ave. Ali 1
in nice condition. Two and one- j
hulf acres of land. '
FOR SALE On account of par-'
ties leaving town, two pianos jnac- 1
ticallv new, one .sewing machine, j
CHARLES E. K1RK i
Male and Female
; l 'l'STRIOLS men and women
l ied to retail the genuine Wat
Proiiuets in city territories.
..eptional opportunity to tie up
'ì: oldi-st and largest company
it - k I n s i . Our hustlers average
e, no i.; an hour. Are you
.:' as weìl? If not, write today
f'-'ee satv.ples and particulurs.
:e .1. li. Watkins Co.. lept. 82,
Washington St., North, Boston,
EN or WOMEN salary $50."Full
i-e .sl.i'tl an hour. spare time sell
; guaranleed hosiery direct to
a, e!', coltoli, si I k . heather mix
. es. International Hosiery Mills,
i i-town. Fa. " 127
1 . 1 1 ' IT O I i S M e n " a n ' Wom e n
ì depeiidable trees, shrubs, roses,
; .' slupnient direct to purchasei-.
Sieacly woi-k, full or spare time.
! Wiekly jiay. Outfit free. Brown
! I : ; t her Nurseries, Rochester, X.
TO ST. JOHNS
ATIXG with the Minard
Company pian to give
everyone a chance to ti y
this 65-year-old lamily
I Mi-, and Mrs. IL W. Lyster
leave Saturday for. New York,
where the- will spenti Thanksgiv
; ing and the fóllowing wtek with
1 Mr. Ly.-ter's brotìiers.
Five young I ti ! ics, composing
the Harp ln-emble Company, ap
peared in the letture cour-e Weil
I ne.-day evening, in one of the best
j concerts e cr given in town. The
, conibinat ion includtd three harps,
1 violili, cello 'and paino and the per
ifoimers were a musical quintet
hard to su rpass. They gave a var
Larwill, Indiana. "My back we
bo bad I could not do my washing. I
was always urea
out and had no
ambition, was ner
vous and dizzy
seemed to worry
me and I had aw
ful pains in my
right side. I felt
badly about four
yeara and could
not do my work as
it should ha ve
been done. I saw
Lydia E. Pinkham's Yegetable Com
pound advertisedso mueh and it did
so many peonie good that I began to
take it myself. I am feeling fine now
and everyone tells me they never saw
me look ing so well. I live on a f arni,
do ali my work, and have three little
girls to take care of. I a'n reeoni
mending this medicine to my friends
and know it will help them if they
use it like I do." Mrs. Herbert
Long.R. R. 3, Box 7,Larwill, Indiana.
Many women keep about their work
when it is a great effort. They are
always tired out and have no ambi
tion. When you are in this condition
give itprompt attention.
Take Lydia E. Pinkham'sVegetabla
Compound, for it isespecially adapt
d to correct such troubles.
Sunday Services In
St. Johnsburv Churches
On Thanksgiving Day
The setting, the
nini the silver must
china, the linen
be "just right.''
Shoul.l you contemplate replenish
ing your silver or silverplated vare,
no time is more opportune than
Thanksgiving when friends gather
round the festive board.
Our "Xewport" pattern, ridi but
not over ornate in decoration, will,
we are sure win your own favor
:.s well as that of your friends.
We i-on.-idei it a privilege to dis
'.;. y tl)is pattern to you whether
vou puichii-e now or later, or noi
Lurchin & Lurchin
THE QUALITY JEWELERS
011 the iti li
in .a sa:!. t'iìe loi ation,
for own home but cor
rie.' '-".'ure., putti:. lì" it
tot. House coniain -
. bar l'.'.'oy.: i'.oo
program of c per.it ie an.l poim-
lar .-elfctions, and held their aud
ience cntranceil with tlteir har
niony of sweet sountis for an hour
and a half. The attendance was
! fine, everv seat in the Hall being
WATCH for the Miliardi The cour-e so far has prov-
. ft , li.' lllO.-t successi Ul.
man at your nome, ueii Mrs. w. h. wiimiuth one of the
the Ora ng:e COlored CÌr-! ol-Uv-t inhabitant.-. her -ears num
. . . . . ... . i bermg alniost nmetv-iive, was
CUlar WhlCh he Will leave stri. ken with a shock this week,
u Wh vnnr frinì hnltlp.!- stili unconscious. Mrs. Fred
I 'I. , 1 , fn,. ha,-
It's valuable at your; ' Vhe 'ro.ì ' cro.-s ThriVt
gas. full bath
llush t!o.-et be.
Open lire place
tub with hot
kitch.-ii. Two -!
screeii". in o:f
un! ileo.- an'i
i.le- 011 fifst iloor.
in li inu 1 00111, : et
and cobi water i.i
eepilly porche.-, one
l.aive i':oiit porch.
1 e.-ideii. e ha.; been
built aboat -ix yea:
w, 11 kept. con i
woul.l co t you to bui
tO.iaV the l)"ic" !.- lo.v
:a- v hat it
1 thi- bou-e
A. B.DOW'S AGENCY
n fi ?sh wì éE
We have consiglieri us for salo, hy iho
Iiiver Lumber Co., of Lowelltown, Maino.
. .) ' " '
1 1 -o
These are ali good serviceable
out of hard work and ablo to do as
horse can. Will lio sold chea) to ci
Only reason for selling is that the
much as any
oan tftoiii in
We also have on band about Tested Cows,
4 young white face cows to freshen this fall,
pai rmatched white face 2 year old stoers.
Will have a Fresh Load of ('oiintry Horses
pair matched white face 2 year old steers.
We always bave heavy
blankets, and everything for
the li ir
ST. JOHNSBURV, VERMONT
l'in Machine operators or
men willing to learn Polish
ing and Iiuffing, Cleveland &
Gri.iley Automatics, Shanng,
rilling, P'acing lathes, Ajax
l-.ea ler- .bore grinders, inter
nai and external grinding of
ali .lesi-i iption.s.
Toolmakers and machin-i-'-.
In-pectors and a large
varietv of general factory
wo.k.' NO LAI.OIi TliOU
I!LE. Cali or write for ap
plication. Emplovment Bureau
THE NEW KEPARTURE
I bave a few farming tools
and wagons that I will sell
reyardless of cost. Come in
and .-te me.
H. C. KENT
Teas and Coffee
cannot be exceled in
riuality a trial is con
vincing. Packed by
Cross Abbott Co.
White Pdver Junetion,
The Minard Company, l'raniii:--hani.
Mass., is now con.iucting an
unu.-ually opportune di.-tiibution of
trial size bottles of their famous
Minard' s Liniment. Corning just
at this season when rheumatic and
neuralgia pains, ln-tid cold-, grippe
and sore throats are must preva
lent, it Ttives evei-yone a weliame
opportunity 'to thoroughly test the
reniarkable .pialities of Miiiard's
Minard's Liniment is one qf tho-e
unusual home ivmedies that for '''
years b;is been con.-tantly in gen
eral u-e ti- a family favorite, lts
uneiUalled penetrating ijualities
make it the mo.-t desirable lnst
for rubbing and mas.-age in the
lief of rheumatic pains., mu-cular
rheumatisin, .-ore or .-Off joints an.l
muscles. neuralgia, pains in the
che.-t. side or back, iiumbne.-s of
linibs, sprains, sw.dling.- and ir,
flamniation. Inhaledan.l rubbed in
a-, a ready relii f for headache,
fainting, dizzine.", tatarrha! iiains,
hoaisenes.s.. cobi in the head or
chest, grippe, or soie throat. bron
chitis or a.-thma its soothing ami
penetrating quahties make it so et
fective it has always been mo-t
popular in such cases. If you have
never tried inhaling Minard'.- Lini
ment, surely do so when you bave
another disagreeable head cobi for
it will give you relief and clear up
your head very quickly.
With the Minard's Liniment trial
size bottle which will be lei't at
your home will be an Oranae col
ored cou)on which is vaiuable to
ward the purcha-e of otber Min
ard iiroducts at your deab-rs. In
adilition to 'Minard's Liniment the
Minard Oompanv now put out OL-IN'-OL
Polish. "OL-IN-OL Haid
and Home Cleaner, Minard's Aìko
balm and Minard's Yanilla.
Iaeh of the-e produets has been
thoroughly te-ted and has prove-I
of sufticient high (uality to nierit
the approvai of the Minard Com
pany and is sold under a guaran
tee of satisfaction or mon.y re
funiled. If you haven't alieady
u.-ed any of the.-e otber Minard
produets. he sure to take advantatre
of the liberili otfer on the (l'unge
colored coupon attached to the
Minard's Liniment trial botile
basenient of the Library
;i:st .Ui s sa.t
and tiiings wete sol.
was verv success-
at prites rca-
sonulile enougli to be ot great lieip
to fannlies now in need. 1 estitu
tion will be quite common in town
this winter, a- a re.-ult of the coal
and railroad strikes, an.l this
olfers an excc.lent opportunitv to !
help peojde who are in need, but
do not wi.-h to be dependent.
Mrs. E. J. lilodgett is pen.ling
this week with her daughter. Miss
Ruth lilodgett in Burlington,
wiil al.-o ,visit ftien.ls in St.
bans befoie returning home.
The new Epi.-coiial rector,
Re-. Stanley C. Ripper, with
wife and five chibìren, are
a"l domiciled in the
i'i'-1 will conduet th.
rectory, and he
in the churcli Sunday.
Rev. Honald Fra er of Wells
River will occupy the Congrega
tional pulpit next Sunday.
Mr.-. A. J. Corriveau visited her
mother in Concord a short time
Si cretai ;v of State Harry A.
Black ha- suspended indetinitely,
111. hcen-e of Charles N. I.apoint
of Lyndoriville for the alleged op-er.-'t.ng
of an automobile while
uii.-'er the intiuence of intoxicating
Gallery Ready Soon
At the Union Baptist
Sunday mrning, Rev. A. S. u..-
worth will nreach on "How to ì
Know God Better." In the efn-
ing at 7 o'clock, Miss Nellie I
Laughlin, who has been a missiorì
ary to Syria, will give an account
of ber work. She has with her a
naive Syrian woman,. who wiil ap
petir in costume. Miss Laughlin
was a fonie'' tetìcher in the St.
Johnsburv public schools and
many will be glad of this oppor
tunity to hear her and learn more
about her work.
Rev. Or. Klaren will officiate at
the severa! Sunday services at St. I
Andrews Episcopal chu' cli Sun- j
"Ancient and modem necroman- .
cv, alias, mesmerism and hypno
tism, denounced," will be the sub
ject at the Christian Science ser
vice Sunday morning.
Rev. Ambrose E. OeLapp. the ;
pa.-tor will preach at ,the South
C'ongregational church Sunday
morning on "Tie High Cost of
"The Thanhfulness of the Ra- !
diant Soul" will be the subiect of ,
tue sermon by tev. r. li. Ivicliaros
at the Nortii Congregational
cliurch Sunday morning.
Rev. G. W. Seudder will preach
a Thanksgiving sermon at the
Church of the Messiah Sunday
morning. and at the evening sei - .
vice at St. Johnsburv Center at !
2.00. ' !
At Giace Methodist church Sun
dae morning, Rev. G. W. Hylton
will preach a special Thanksgiving i
sermon on "The Hignitv of
l Thanksgiving." At the evening
serviee he will deliver the final
discour-e in the series n The Pil
I grim's Progress in the 20th Cen- I
tury, me suoject being A ( en
ttirv Pilgrim and the Christian
At the union vesper servicc at
the North church Sunday after
noon at ."(, there will be a
Tiianksgivincr praise serviee, and
th.1 choir will sing nortions of .
Macnider's Cantata.. "The Song of
The annua union Thaiiskgiving
serviee will be held in the Church j
of the Messiah Wednes.lay even- i
ing at 7.-'!() o'clock. Rev. G. W. !
Hvlton of Grtiee Methodist church
will preach the sermon, and the
pastors of the othor churches will j
assist in the serviee. The Univer- ;
sali.-t chorus choir will have
charge of the musical program. ;
GRACE METHODIST CHURCH
George W. Hylton, Minister
SUNDAY, NOV. 2(5
Our history took its first steps at the door of
the Church ofGod. Come let us worship to
gether and cali to remembrance. .
10.30 Morning worship, sermon,
"THE DIGNITY OF THANKSGIVING."
12.00 Sunday school session.
G.00 Young Ptjople's Study Class. Miss Eliza
7.00 P. M. .
BIG, INSPIRING, WORSHIPFUL SERVICE
Chorus Choir, Orchesti'a
Sermon, "A 20th CENTURY PILGRI3I ANI)
THE CHRISTIAN LIFE"
Come. You won't be lonesome.
The -liooting giillery at the Arm
ory i- fa.-t neuring complction and
: will be ready l'or u-e in another
' week. A great deal of work ha
' been done by niembers of the com
pany in pieparing this. To make
' it siile and bullet prnof. it has
i been nece-.-ary to fili .-(-vertil hun
dred -an-1 bag- and pile them front
, t be floor to the roof.
ì is under the direction
i Tomling.-on, the in-tructor, and he
lio)ie- to l.iegiti ri fi e practicc in
i the near future.
i The coni).iny liti- receive.l sev--i
ili recruits silice the opening of
.the rampaign but there is stili an
opporUt'iiity for ;i few more
Everything i- being jirepared with
a view to making the highest io---ible
record ;it the federai inspect
ion that will take place the first
of the vcar.
gymn isium of the I-
pti-t two weeks and
tut.-lage of Pro-.-SsO'-s
son and Ralph Howes
have been goiny
ìirift ices in t i
A. A. for the
John Nel- I
are rapidlv l
lhis work i rounding into forni, rhree of la.-t
of Sergeant ' years team are out and will un- j
doubtedly retain their foriner (.osi-
They aie McOrillis who w;i 1
captain an.l center of the team '
last year, Hoar forward. aivl Me- 1
Xaniara, guani. This niakes the
nueb us of ti strong combination '
and with the additional recruits.
of whom Chri.-tie is one of the ,
sfong competitoi-s, there should i
he a v inning combinition for the j
scale lads. i
Sunday afternoons at 5.30 ;
North and South Churches
Portions of Maunrler's "Song of Thanksgiv
" Sung liy North Cliurch Choir.
The public cordially inviteli.
Canteri Baw Furs
Cash paid for ali kinds of niw furs. I will
pay the highest market pricos for ali good furs,
Otter .S1;").0U to $10.00
PASSUMPSIC LODGE. NO. 27,
Regular communcation Tbur--day
evening Iec. 7 at .'-'M for dis
patch of business.
Called cnnimunic.-ition Thursday
evening, November 2'.. Work M.
M. degn e. Lunch will he sei", ed.
Yisiting bre'.hren welcome.
Renwick IL Cutting, W. M.
Fred H. DollofF. Secretai-y.
HASWELL CHAPTER, NO. 11.
R. A. M.
Haswell Chapter, No. 11, R. A. M.
Stated convocatoti 7.-"0 i. ni,
llecember Mh, l'.22. Bu ine--.
'. S W ateio,:, il, E. H. V.
R. A. l'eai 1, Secretai ,-.
Writt Every Kind of
Martin ?2r.00 to .SóO.OO
In the Vciy Best Companics
B. NOYES INSURANCE AGENCY
CITIZENS RANTv BLOCK
Fox .SI 0.00 to .?;".( j0
Coon .S.".00 to .Slfi.OO
Skunk S1.50 to Jvi.OO Bear .$10.00 to $20.00
White AVeasel 25c to .SI. 00 Deer -S1.00 to .$3.00
Fisher $o0.()0 to Sló.OO Lvnx Cat $2.00 to .$().()()
Gi-ey Lynx $10.00 to $30.00
Wool, boef hides, calf skins at full market
price. Tel. or drop us a card, and we will cali at
your door. You are not under any obligations,
1 don't pay the price,.
Cash Grocery Store
Danville, Vt., near the Station.
Tel. 0-11. Open evenings. E. H. Slayton.
xml | txt