CALEDONTAN-KECORI), WEDNESOAY, DECEMDER 20, 1922
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-and the Worst Is Yet to Come!
ROOMS TO RENT
TO JÌKNT Rooms for
housi-ko-p:nr, -team heated. Mc
Caffrey. '.) naiiroa.l Street. 14:j ti'
TO KF.NT Furhi-hrd front room.
Furnace beat. M;s. Weeks, 28
FOR SALE No. 1 hay. Inquire J.
A. Ruell, St. Johnsbury. 97tf
FOii SALE Tel. 2.17-4.
TO RKS'T I
Summor .-'ti ee;
l'i o i ! t rooni, 1S
ma rooms bv
Tenemcnts to Rent
TO JìÈNT A fuiaTished tcnement,
T. or 4 moni.. Cummings TIou.se, 22
Iiailroad St. 130 tf
TO lì EXT - I enc-'!) T;t
ette Street. Tel. :'ti2-M.
TO RENT ut 7 Elm
moni uj stairs icnement. Apply ut
or 7 Elm -tiict.
FOT: SALE the extensive lot antì
si'.ali briek cotta.ee known as J47
Fast Maìn Street, Newport, Vt.
Sirùl lot eontains over C2.0U0
sc'i.are feet, and has a frontale on
Mnin Street of 131 ftet. My ag-ent
for the sale of this propcrty is
Mi.:. M. C. Brighimi, whose address
is 24 Central Street, Somerville,
Mass., until hecember 20, after
th'tt date it wilì he Newport, Vt.
Mary A. Wilhur, E.vecutrix Estate
of Mary E. Wilbur, lìlJl
FOU SALE Mdntoslì Tsd
l'pples. Xo. 1 Maine potatoes,
Cabbage and Turnipr-. A. Ward, St.
EOR SALE Two hcavy lojrsing
sleds. nnp lieve, riìsi. li.'.h lrwl W
1 14 if j Dradshaw, Concord, Vt. 130-150
14 4 tf
Street. l'i ve
CLOSE YOUR HOME
Spend the VVinter at Miami,
amori the sunshine an J tlowers.
HOTT.L H".CYO.N HALL
One 'wo-tenenient house with
barn and garden on Harrison Ave.
A two-tenement house with óne
half acre of land, ahso a nice sin
gle cottage, both locuted. Le Sain
merville. Locativi ono ni ile from R. R. St.
a snudi fami and slaughter house
fiiuirned to (io a wbolesale meat
ousinoss ; feur acres of meadow
and fivo acres of pasture ani! gar-
dui. Buildings consist of good :
house of ennt, rooms. Woulcl '
make an ideal place for hen ranch
or garden track fami.
flood house ard barn on corner!
of Harri-on and Concord Ave. Ali
In nice condition. Two and one-.
hall' acres of land.
FOR SALE On account of par-!
ti"- 'eaving town, two pianos prue-
tici.llv n; w, one scvin machine. :
CÌIARLES E. KIRK
FOR SALE No.
hurdu ood. C. IL S
Vernon St. I
L1GHT Y Touring' ca.
for cord wood green (
un; SAi.h-r a ne.
Maple stilar cakes
car in exchange
Iry. 11 Ely
(Uantity (ilio each. E. P.
M ANTED Beel. veal. pork,
lamb, pouJtry at the Summerville
Slaughter House. 64 Concord Ave.
O. Iiuval, l'rop. Thone 051. 137 tf
WANTED a irrecn bone cutter"
1 Influire at thh office. 145tf
WA N T E 1 1 Àc-ti ve repre.entàtivè
in St. Johnsbury for profitable
year around business. The Knijfht,
I'. O. Box, No. 85, Rutland, Vt.
W'ANTE I) Experienced woods
ni e n that can chop, drive team,
tend sled, or use cantdog, in our
voods operation. First class camps,
trains run to door, good wanes.
Apply to The Woodstock Lumber
Co., Eeebe River, N. IL, or tele
phony Plymouth 27-2. 144-140
BOY wants work dclivering wash
ìiik'.s, dpintf errands. Orders taken
for Christmas trees. Telephone
738-W. 147 tf
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VV.'. 1W.VV ! L !! II.
Win Game By 116
The Caledonian-Rocoiils apain
woh their paniv last even.iiiK from
Les Fetiis Franeais by the score
of 11 to ; as a iireliniinary to the
Company li-Barre contest at the
Arniory. lt was the third straight
victoi y for the newsbpys who bave
yet to' ta.-te defeat. . Pie "JAIicky",
and Leifacy each got two baskets,
wl.ile Ronald Bailcy .-ecured one in
the second jieriod.
Veilleux and Roy and Bernier
starred l'or Les Petits Franeais, a
ìiuliter and youner band of
youngste rs who ,ut up a g-ood
game against heavy odds. The
Coals Fouls Points
2 0 4
Totals 7 0 14
PETITS FRANCAIS fi
(ioals Fouls Points
Laclianee, r 0 0 0
Roy, ls Oli
1 luma-, c 0 0 0
Veilleux, rf 2 0 4
Bernier, lf (l'I 1
THE TWIN STATE GAS
7',r Prior Lien Stock
Ouarterly Dividend Number
i 1- ,
li. 11 .-
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C. A I OlIiiKST. Tr.
' "XCJ li
ffor.ierf! dw I?nition Sj-stfrj, fi'lh Bcsri
saves gas - L-.vs ìlzl
fj'ii ras is aterurttf. Voii
drive anwnpr and tvery-
i ;i inr tlif spark letr.
it 'Oli. OffipkU. ti
Brunelle Paint &
Auto Co., Inc.
j PASSUMPSIC LODGE, NO. 27,
Reuiilar cominuniralion Thurs-
day eveninu', .lanuary 4 at 7.30 for
di.-patch of business.
Callcd communication Thursday
evenintr 1 lei enil. pi-21 at 7.30. Work
.M M. dei; ree. Lunch wiil he serv
ed. Vi.-itiny bri -thren wrlcouie.
M-rd IL liollofT. Sec.
Renwick H Outtimi'. W. M.
John Page has gone to live with
his son, Royce. who is living on
the Morrill fami. Mr. Page has
closed his house for the winter.
Thomas Craig- has taken Mr.
Pape', place as janitor of the
Miss Alice Muhar has gone to
her home in Poultney for the two
Lave a Christmas tree with a short
(program Sundav evening.
1 Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Bradshaw
are going to her home in Peters
Lury, N. V., for the holidays and
expect to remain there for the win
ter. ' Miss Benha Trefren is ili with
pneumonia at Lyndonville.
Miss Beila Gray is going- this
I "eek to her home in Freedom, N.
IL, to spend the vacation. She is
1 staying here with her uncle, Clifton
- Gi'ey and attending the Lyndon In
Istitute. This is her third year.
Enterprise Grange is to bave a
! Christmas treat for the chldren of
jthe village and grange Friday ev
i ening, lice. 22 at Grange hall.
Referee, Christie. Timers, Julian
and Starr, Scorer, Hill. Time, 15-1-5
JUNIOR LEAGUE STANDING
Teams (iames W'on Lost Tied
Junior High 1
liurkes' Pive 2
Barre Falls As Company i "y.
n k., n (l or.noi
Continued r.om Pane One
d( norted limiseli' as belìi s a ha--
Congregational church is to i of hji,.h
The s.nallest ci'ow-ri of the sea
son vitnessed the contest.
Barre iiiurn.-.!i;.tc!y took poses
sion of the bull and kept it for a
minute. The Cianite City basket
eeis flashed a strong a.-.-ing game
but when Ihey tried to advance the
splice imo the Company 1 terri
tory, they l'ound th.emselves con
fronting a stone wail de l'enee. Puss
Connor sped up tu S'otty Man',
the fast Ilari'e right guard and
caused "held b."!l" with k:m.
Comiiany li tossed the ball for a
couple passes and then iost it to
Barre. Ilcg.'.ining the big splu.-re
agitili, it wa- -eve:';d minutes bi
fore Lucky l'i-k cijuld even get
a chance to aim a tln'ow at the
rim. Th" throw was hurried and
vtnt Wide. Roll i'ce Ka.ncy calle-I
Fisk for iiacking .Ldinson, Barre
lel't guard, irti the p.tter twirled
in the fir-T ingli-poii:ter of the
Pive, si, seveii, iti(l eiuht
Burns last smippy pass to
resulted in the linai
j marker of the evening. The score:
I COMPANY H 21
: Goals Fouls Points:
(juestion at W'a.-hington is what
to do with ali tlie.se new Congress
ni e n whu so far bave been neither
rcped, thrown, nor brunded.
l 'uiiias, Jg
BAH RE LEG1ON-0
Cioals Fouls Points
Johnson, Ig o 1
Wilson, lg ! 0
I.aii'd, c 0 l
Clark, rf il 1
l'ouglas, lg I) o
Referee, Kancy. Timer,
ette. Scorer, IMI. Time.
.'. the animai meeting; of the
v u. g"egaiion;d Church Tuesday
moderator, Charles Austin; clerk,
Arthur Ilodgdon; treasurer, Angus
(he l'ollnwiiig otficers were elected;
Smith, trustee, B. G. Rogers; dea
con l'or four yoars, Everett Wal
bridge; presidental committee,
Arthur Hodgdon and Martin W'he
eler; .-olicitor, Lelia Blodgett;
auditors, Lelia Blodgett and Gort
rc ie Wells; ushers Everett Wal
bi'idge and Carimll Houghton;
music committee, Esther Wells,
Mrs. Frames Walbridge, Mrs.
Ceibe Smith; memorial coinmittee,
Mrs. Wilder Coyle; New Years
lii, tur committee, Mr. and Mrs.
Li v is Lyford; Mr. and Mrs. diar
ia Ciane, Mr. and Mrs. William
Miss Mary McAllister went Mxm
day to liei- employment at Sunset
Hoiise St. Johnsbury, after spend
ine some lime with her sister Mrs.
C. 1'. Hatch.
Mrs. (eit'-ude Osgood of Con-
Rings Rings Rings
Our stock is beautiful, appropriate,
If you want a good Ring of atiy
kind our complete and stylish
stock will afford you the most
gratifying field for selection ami
secure to you the utmost for
It is really a duty that 'you owe
to yourself to cali upon us be
tween now and Christmas lay,
and thevearlier the better.
Do' not hesitate but come today.
Lurchin & Lurchin
THE QUALITY JEWELERS
cord spetit several days with
friends here last week.
The sale of the fancy articles,
aprons, candy and supper prò- j
ceeds netted the Judith Lyford j
Woman's Club over $200. Exact I
figures will appear later.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilder Coyle are
spending a few
davs at White
Miss Laura Bliss spent a
St. Johnsbury last week.
Mrs. Henry Clifford and little
daughter, Mary, who had her
throat operateti on at Brightlook
carne home Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Adams of
Peacham were recent visitors at
A. .1. Goss'.
Mrs. Ernest Bovee and two soni
who spent last week with his nioth
er. Mrs. Elsie Kittredge returned
to their home at St. Johnsbury!
Saturday. Mrs. Kittredge accom-1
panied them for the day.
Mrs. F. B. Milligan was at St.
Johnsbury Thursday and l riday.
Mr. and Mrs. Karl Rogers and
little daughter of Hardwjck spent
Sunday with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. E. F. Ayer.
Sets in Gold, very
nifty and practical for
OUR WANT ADS PAY
Ownor living in distaili state
writcs to -.11 bis cottage house lo
caled in Arhngton in village of St.
John-bury. Ilaidv.ood flooi-s and
finish, l'amare, bath. electric liglits,
g;i-, set tuhs, gardim and two cai
garage. Low ju-ice of 3200. If you
would like a house with ali mod
em improvemem-, find oui. Drice
of ;i lot similar lo this one, then
fi li ri out whiit you could erect com
plete with 2 cai- garage a .-imilar
house, ;;nd then come ami sec this
pkirp. Building material of ali
kinds are on the rise and we bave
p home .-hortau'e.
A. B. DOW'S AGENCY
Tel. 1. St. Johr.shury, Vermont
at American Legion Auxili
ary Rooms. Hot li old and
S to 11.30. December 23
Music by Mosher Orchestra
Admission 50c couple
Extra I.adv 25c, Plus War
had been iliade
aìrtight was the
both sirles. Ni
)" a nd
le l'eri si ve
l i l " nine
Cut Prise Cash Oroceries
YVish you ali a Merry Christmas
Our Stores will he closed ali dav Mondav
i 1 II Mi
i . i
l' rune -
1 Ih- fol
iM to e.n
Cu to 70
li - ' K '
( (ecidi ut
M ilice Meat
No. 2. can 2f'
No. ::. can 48
1 cacnes can
( uni. 'i caiis
l'eie, 2 cans
Toniiiioe-, 2 can
. Laid Ih
Flour 1-8 hhl
l iour bbl
One hnrse traverse express
sleigh. A few tight air wood
stoves loft. Open every ev
ening this week.
Cosy Furniture Store
lb can 17c
1 lì) can Se
ìi .-p. cial irice on
('hocolate and Co
limited tini - onlv.
Uiiy your Groceries
iced (inicerv coheern
of the lowest priced
doing lmsiness today,
direct to the consumer at wholesale
Cut I'rice Cash (ìrocery
,u .j il i un nm0fgfimtmmmmmmmm
A Christmas without Aiipolo
Chocolates is like Iiecoration
Bay without a Flag. Even
tho' you bave anothor gift in
mii:d add to it a box of can
dy. Specially prepared Christ
mas Boxes are now in stock,
which alone make a gift to
adorn the parler tablo. Orlici-
li.) nel.l goal
iivc so '
had been played lien Curley
Bui-ns liriiibled t.wo-thirds of the
v;iy down Uie hall ;ind hurled a !
sv.ii't pass .-1 l'ili g h t into the hands
'of Puss Connor who lurked by the
Iside of the court. Connor eamped
the ball ini" the net for the lirst
Scotty Marr missed iin e;isy
shot when he was fouied by Con
nor, a little later. Marr tossed
in the f.ee throw, tying the score
2 to 2. ilui'iis -hot aaother pass
te Connor at an opportune ime
and Pu-s a bied Iv o more points
to the locai score. Before the
ptriod en.ie.1, Cnach Burns seized
the ball beneath bis basket and
headed down the -urface. Ile
brought the ball up witiiin lallying
distaine iind arclied in a beautiful
The iieriod cnded i to 2 in fitvor
o,É Compiiny 1
Albert (b sbu.t swished ihe laces
C.iiza w.ot unoer a
lb. 1 1 w;.. iis-i.-le.l i
!; win bui l.'d il . lev- I
e;. S.'"t-y Marr, .he!
;is pusiied by Burns
a- i e-ii'tiiig IVee I
ile lui. la ; il -sisted !
;.-tc:inar bis third j
the cveuini!'. !
Fi.-k ptdied off the
a- the seco.-i't
hi ad of .-team
by Lucky Fi.-!
ci- pass ,,t t;ii
Barri' star. v. .
and taìbed tV.
Connor in 1 1"
fieli! goal ol'
Burli- an I
this point. l.u.KV wa
extreroe end of ilio li
at the otiier end. I
the ball and Burns
way down the court,
iigainst the back v,
retrieved it in Urne,
sphere over hi - head
ling once ai ound t li
into the nieshe
cepted a pass f
lied Biiri'i '; l'ns
AND f-2AVS tViONEY NEXT CHRISTMAS
ìoose at ihe
a!!. Burns was
'i.-k yelied l'or
-hot it idi the
Il butte.! up
.11 bui Lucky
Ile tossed the
imi, after cii'c
... rim, it .-link
. Scotty Marr ;ic
ori Clark and tal
t li. ld goal of the
econd session ler-
minated in ( onipanv
After two minutes had been
played, Fi.-k picked up il ball that
Iiumas ha. 1 fumble.l imi! dugged
the iron rim. Scotty Marr gave
.bis ijuintet another one-pointer
when arbiter Kiiney called ("urley
Burns for shoving. Stacey Clark,
jthe highly reputed Norwich Uni
versity forward, was fouied by
ì humus and arrhed in the f'ee
j litro w.
Albert Goslant snapped Burns a
Ipiiss and Curley lofted one of his
jhigh arihes into ihe net. Connor
'diimped iri iinolher tally assistei!
'b Whitey humus. Scotty Marr
'was viry accurate on the ("ree
throw maik, regi.- teing bis third
orle-pointer. Barns hurled another
long diagoiii.l pass to Fisk who
'.-cored. Go.-lant bur.-t forth from
' senmoii'ge and sun!; hi.- first lield
j goal in the lieti ing.
Laird pa-tC I the sphere to Wil-
I I n , -1 . , W'i - - 1 1 1 1 . t i t i i i i mr I V, ! 1 1 .h n-
j son. il-o;i v a- hio-e aial .iillieO ,
You have often
wished for ' money
at Christmas timo,
Well, next Christ
mas you can have
By joininp: our
Christmas Club now.
Under this pian you
deposit a specilicd
su in regularly for o()
weeks. You then have
the money next
There is a Club to
you wnl have
Join our Christmas
Club and have money
We ofFer you this
systematic pian of ac
cumulatine; money for
any future puniose.
Now, while yòur
earnings are good, de
posit some money re
gularly each week.
' Decide on the
amount 'yen wish to
de)osit each week and
You can start with le, -!c, oc, lOc and increase your deposit the sanie amount each week, or you
can start with lióe, fiOc, $1.00, $2.00, Só.OO, $10.00, $20.00, or more and put in the sanie amount each
week. feamBSlfSffr.''--' -
What tSie diffferent clubs amount to in 50 weeks
- - $r3.7;r
I)E( RE ASINt; ( LUIÌS
You can begin with the largest deposit
and decrease your deposits each week. A
very popular pian.
25c CLUB PAYS $12.50
()c CLUB I'AYS $25.00
COME IN ANI) GET A PASS HOOK AND JOIN THE CLUB. EYERYBODY WELCOME
Citizens Savings Bank & Trust Company
St. Johnsbury, Vermont
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