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PACE TITRER
CALEDONIAN-RECORD, SATIJRDAY, DECEMRER -2. 1922
--- and the Worst Is Yet to Come!
Or.L-
t!id
atli
vdl. Vlr.
Murphy briefly outlined the work
of tho Mission and Rev. A. S.
Woodworth closed with a few -appropriate
woi'ds.
Oranges, candy bags and uso
fu presents were distributed to
those present. The committee in
charge wish to thilnk ali those who
contributed their time, money and
especially the nierchants who gave
freely of their goods to help make
this event such a success.
Lurchin & Eurchin
25 cents for the first inseron. One cent a word for each day thereaften
cents booking charge unless cash in advan ce. Minimum charge 25 cents.
!
Ten
r
i
ì ROOMS TO RENT
;TO RKNT Furnished front room.
tPurnace heat. Mrs. Weeks, 28
jfPearl. Telephone 47!)-R. 138 tf
ÌTO RLNT-
i-aijrc front room, 18
J'Summer Street
Tehpholie" rfi7-.J.
kTÓ RKNTWarm rooms by day or
jweek. l'hone 4!2-M. 14Ó tf
iO lì L NT Furnished 'Tooms, .",
'Cherry St. -15()tr
Tenements to Rent
fTO RENT Tenement
ttc Street. Tel. 3C2-M.
I.afav
,144 tf
TENEMENT to rent ..wìtìlf bath
;oom. Near depot. Ifl-V a nionrn.
pply A. li. Dow. 14!) tf
te
HICHESTER S PJLLS
Indirsi Ask your IrucUt for y
l'Ili in Ked sud ti old tjimllicVyy
toM, sealed with Blu Ribboil. X
TaLe no (ber. Ituy of jrour v
1MA1Kn: i:RAM l'IIXS, for S
veafs known as Lf.'A, Safcst. A wtyr Reliabl
SOLOBVDRUGf-lSTSEVtRVAFfiF
'te-
DANCE
at American I.cgion Auxili
ary Room.;. Rolh old and
new dances. t?,
8 to 11.30, ItéreiÌDbter 23
Music by Mosher Orchestra
Admission HOc couple
Extra Lady 2."ic, Plus War
' Tax
Xmas Gifts
Men Appreciate
Fine stock of Beauti
ful Meerchaum, ani
ber, bakelite and gold
mounted pipes.
Silver, nickle and
leather cigarette cas
es. Good box o Cig
ars. f . ; r.
P E. BERN1ER
5 Eastern Avenue, .
Right across B. & M.
R. R. Station
Phone li
We Writt Every Kind of
INSURANCE
In the Very Best Companies
A B. NOYES INSURANCE AGENCY
. Inc
, CITIZES BANK BLOCK
Last ( Minute
Sp
0n Shoes At
$6.00 per pair
1 nprminp Winslnw Skatps. niokpl nlnted at
1)4 Railroad Street, opposite Portland.
W. H. TILT0N
The Radio
FOR SALE
FOR SALE No. 1 hay. Inquire J.
A. Russell. St. Johnsbury. 97tf
WOOD FOR SALE Tel.
105 tf.
257-4.
FOR SALE the extensive lot and
small brick cottage known as 1)47
East J.Iain Street, Newport, Vt.
Siiid lot contains over 32,000
square feet, and has a frontale on
Main -Street of 135 feet. My agent
for the sale of this property is
Mi;;. M. C. Brigham, whose address
is 24 Central Street, Somerville,
Mass., until Docember 20, after
th-it date it will be Newport, Vt.
Mary A. Wilbur, Plxecutrix Estate
of Mary E. Wilbur. 131 tf
FOR SALE Mclntosh Red
apples. No. 1 Maine potatoes,
Cabbage and Turnips. A. Ward, St.
Johnsbury, Vt. 138 tf
FOR SALE Two heavy logging
sleds, one new, one bob sled. W. A.
Bradsbaw, Concord, Vt. 139-150
FOR SALE My house on Mt.
Vernon St. L .W. lleermon, New-
port. 140-151
FOR SALE Ali maple block
wood. P. H. Cole. Tel. 79-32.
148-153.
FÒirSALE 12 and 10 inch block-
wood. Guaranteed cach stick rock
maple. Price $12 and $13 per
jcord. J. A. Russell. 149-53
WANTED!
Ali kinds of Raw Furs. Will
pay fancy prie e l'or large dark
Coon.
Send your lot, I will return
check by first mail. If price is not
satisfactory return check and I
will return yousr fur.
E. R. COLLINS
Greenshoro Beivi, Vermont
OUR WANT ADS. PAY
nmtu.,1 1 IIIIIIUIIIIII ni iiiiibUi li.
nré ùmili imiiiriMiw lnÉiirjig'
Special Notice
Waitress Wanted at the
Iron
Mountain
House
Jackson, N. IL, for three
days, January 18-21. $1.50
per day and transportation
paid both ways. Also first
class pastry cook needed
sanie time. Address
W. A. M ESERVE, Prop.
muipi juui m.mm . tu m iuipi
niMan.'inniTiiii .inm"
eciais
Store
WANTED
MANTED Beef. veal. porle,
lamb, poultry at the Summerville
Slaughter House. 64 Concord Ave.
O. l'uval, Prop. Phone 651. 137 tf
HELP WANTED Male
BOY wants work delivering wash
ings, doing errands. Orders taken
for Christmas trees. Telephone
708-W. ' 147 tf
IMA LE "A N I)7FEM ALE
GET into a real business of your
own! Locai city territory tiow
open. Sdì the genuine J. R. Wat
kins Products. Everybody knows
Watkins Spices, Extracts, Coffee,
Medicines, Toilet Preparations, etc.
Standard for more than fifty years.
Biggest line, biggest values and
liighest quality makes easy selling
for you. Write today for free
sample and proof that you can
make $3000 to $5000 a year. J. R.
Watkins Co., Dept. 83, 64 Wash
ington St., Boston, Mass. 150
SALE S MAN for. c i ga rs :T rave 1 in g",
Salary and Expenses or Commis
sion with Drawing Account, for
State of VeiTnont. Must be active,
umbitious, enegtic, references re
quired. Man with sales experience
and acquaintance with retail mer
chants preferred. Former experi
ence in our line not necessary.
Good opiiortunity for right man to
establish profitable business. A
I.andmark and Co., Ienvei-, Pa.
150
SOI.ICITORS Men and women
sell dependable trees, shrubs, roses,
for shipment direct to purchaser.
Steady work, full or spare tinie.
Weekly pay. Outfit free. Brown
Brothers Nursei-ies, Rochester, N.
Y. 150
i untar- CAwnFMM5
MODERN MARRIAGES
ROME, Dee. 23 The probabili
ties that the Pope will cali a meet
ing of the cntire Catholic Episco
pacy in Rome during the next
Jubilee year was announced in the
Papal Encyclicar issued today.
Such a meeting would be a con
tinuation of the Ecumenical coun
cil which was held in - Rome in
1870. The pontiff in his message
piaises efforts at universa! pacifi
cation. He condemns divorce, mod
ei n dances and immodest fashions.
FW
"The World's Greatest Flour"
FRENCH & BEAN CO., Wholesale Distributors
A CHRISTMAS DISPLAY
of the best Fruits and
Vegetables that could be
gathered, you will find
here. Itainties that
shoukl grace eveiy table
Christmas Day, as well as
the usuai culinary needs,
can be select,ed from our
stock of
FRUITS and
VEGETABLES
See our Xmas Fruit Bas
ket.1? week before Xmas.
MAIN STREET
In The Spirito? Giving
On Christmas Day, more than at any other timo
during the whole year, do we realize the truth of the
centuries old teaching that it is more ble.-sed to give than
to receive.
It is the joy of giving, rather than the pleasure of re
ceiving, which makes this the best holiday of them ali.
And in business, the spirit of giving means just one
thing sei-vice.
To the people of this community whom it is our
privilege to serve every month of the twelve, we desire at
this time to express our appreciation of this privilege by
wLhing you
A Merry Christmas and A Happy and
Prosperous New Year.
NATIONAIy BANK
Ite. èjwmi
MR. COSTA GLAD
FROM 1TALY
Comments On Attempfs
of Fascisti to Get
Power
B. Costa, proprietor of the New
York Fruit Store on Railroad
.-treet ìeturned Thursday from a
trip to Italv and France where he
and Mrs. Costa bave been visiting
relatives, since early in the fall.
Mr. and Mrs. Costa left for New
York on September llth last,
they took a boat to Geneva, Italy.
the homie of Mrs. Costa's parents.
Mrs. Costa had not seen her par
ents sincc a previous visit fifteen
years ago.
After spending six days in Gen
eva, Mr. and Mrs. Costa went to
France where they spent the re
FRUIT STORE
mainder of their' vacation in Paris
and at the resorts at Cherburg and
Marseilles.
They encountered ideal weather
during their entire trip. The ma
jority of the time it being neces
sary to seek shade in order to
be comfortable,
Mr. Costa stated tha the Italian
people are very mudi enthuscd
with the attempts of the Facisti to
bring about better conditions in
Italy, but that it may be only the
advent of something new, that will
hold their fancy until it becomes
monotonous. Mr. Costa also ob-sei-ved
the conditions of trade in
Italy. He states that they are
making enormous wages as far as
the amount of money is concerned.
As he stated, "buy any little thing
and it will take a naif hour to
count out the money for it. Their
money is no good."
He said, "I ani glad to get back
to St. Johnsbury. It is a great
place. America is the only place
to live in."
Company I) Wins In
Extra Period bv lfi-11
Continued from Page One
mous un-Englished tosses'that set
the crowd wild with excitement.
Foye, Coach Burns and Puss Con
nor each added a free throw while
the Windsor (uintet was being hdd
to no baskets, either from the
"free throw mark or from the field.
Coach Burns announced today
that '-'Sap" Richardson, the noted
Claremont pivotal man, will hold
down center for St. Johnsbury to
night at Keene, N. IL, whither the
Scaletown quintet directed its
itinerary at noon today. Company
D's gallant fi ve will return to St.
Johnsbury Sundav.
COMPANY I)
1
Goal
Fouls Points
Connor, If
Fisk, rf
Burns, c
Dumas, lg
Foye, rg
1
2
1
1
0
Totals
5 0
WINDSOR 11
Goals Fouls
16
Point
0
6
1
Gilson, rg
Couture,' lg
I.ombard, c
Heavey, rf
Rosen, lf
0 0
2 2
1 O
0 1
1 0
Totals 4 3
Time, 15, 10, 15, 5 minute
iods.
11
per-
Honor Roll at
Arlinffton School
The Arlington rchool closed for
the Christmas vacation Wednes
day night. .The usuai Chri.-tmas
exercises were given in the even
ing, and the proceeds amounting
to $11.70 will be used to start a
school improvement fund.
Those having perfect attendance
for the terni: Margery Duval,
Marguerite Creighton, Georgiana
Edwsirds, Beatrice Hagan, I)oro
thy Irwin, Eva . Jones, Marjoi'ie
Smith, Doris West, Hden Hovey,
Ernest Cross, Luke Capen, Carlyle
Reed, Edward Wilson, Wendell
Bourassa, Marcia Burdick, Myrtle
Cross, Frances Edwards, Norma
Edwards, Roberta Gero, Reta
Gaumont, Ida Moore, Lillian
Mooney, Katherine Perriei-, Ethel
West, Charles Cade, James Swan,
Frank Ward.
On the last week of school the
second grades were made haipy
by 15 out of the 18 roceiving the
Palmer Silver buttons for pro
ficiency in penmanship.
Christmas at
LG. Mission
Nearly a hundred members and
friends of the I G. Mission gather
ed at the Baptist churcli vestry
Thursday evening and enjoyed the
Christmas tie and exercises of
the mission. Recitations and read
ings were grven by about 30 mem
bers. Christmas carols were sung
by the Mission children and sever
al selections wei'e rendei-ed by a
quartet. Two vocal solos were giv
en by Miss Beatrice Board and
Harry Joyce. Much credit is due
to ali those who took part in the
J entertainment especially the little
SUMMERVILLE
Miss Josephine Barrett who has
beili confined to her home for a
week by illness is out aagin.
A son Albert Edwin was born
December 2 at Mrs. H. Moore's
santoriuni to Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Dane of La vf ette Street.
Mr. and. Mrs. Charles Severance
are spending Christmas at Mrs.
Severance home, Tomfobia, P. Q.
Clarence Blandin is ili at the
home of his grand parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Stevenson of Caledonia
Street.
Mrs. John IL Moore and three
children are in Berlin, N. H. to
spend the holidays with Mrs.
Moore's parents.
Mr. Warner of the Moose River
Granite Company has purchased
the Frank McGowan house on
Concord avenue.
OUR WANT ADS. PAY
No Need
to Squint
If your glasse are prop-
erly fitted. We have hundreds
of well satisfied iseri, of our
glasses in Northeastern Ver
mont. Why not let us solve
your glas.-es problem for
you'.'
A. S. Haskins
Specialist in Optometry
47 Railroad Street
Her Most
Appreciated
Gift
ELECTRICAL Appliances are a boon to the
busy housekeeper yet how many homes are
fully equipped with these convenient, labor
savin devices?
"Just the thing for Christmas you'll agree,
and you're right! They're ornamentai, too,
and their inexpensiveness is an added at
traction. ' - i v4
Ali the newest and most improved Appli
ances are here for your selection.
Twin State Gas
& Electric Co.
Wish to extend to ali their
friends and customers
i
A Very Merry Xmas
and
A Happy New Year
Lurchin & Lurchin
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