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CÀLEDONIAN-RECORD, SATURO A Y, DECEMBER 30, 1922
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IME
23 cents for the first inserion. One cent a word for each day thereaftcr.
cents booking charge unless cash in advance. Minimum charge 25 cents.
Ten
ROOMS TO REM
FOR SALE
TO RENT Lai-se front room, 18
Summer Street. Telephone Ó67-J. j
14(tf
TO KENTWarrn rooms by day or j
week. Phone 4tJ2-M.iV 14Ó tf
TO RENT-
Oherry St.
-Furnished rooms, f!
150 tf !
FURNISHEO rooms, two for light
housekeeping. 19 sunnneil".'S-l."S
tO RENT Furnished rooms. 2:i
Main St. Entrance next to Couit
House. - 154-150
TO RENT
autos. Cali V
-Storage for two
18 Railroud Street.
? - 15-ltf.
WOOD FOR SALE Tel. 257-4.
105 tf.
FOR SALE Mclntosh Red
apples. No. 1 Maine potatoes,
Gabbane ami Turnips. A. Ward, St.
Johnsbury, Vt. 138 tf
FOR SALE 12 indi hardwood.
li W. Lowell, Tel. 521-K. 153-tf.
WANTED
M'ANTED Beet. veaL pork.
lamb, poultry at the Summerville
Slaughter House. 64 Concord Ave.
O. Duval, Prop. Phone Cól. 137 tf
MISCELLAXEOUS
Tenements to Rent
TO RENT 5 roonrtmetnent and I
bath. 9 Tremont Street. Te!, j
421-12. ' 152 tf
TO R É NT TeneiiieYitrfi rooms.
Portland St. IL A. CJfy-ley. 1-VÌ-tf.
TO RENT Four room' àpartment,
newly finished. Inpiui;e upstairs.
1 1 5 1 . Railroad Street. Telephone
525-M. 155 if.
T OR E NTO ne tenement four
rooms and bath. One three room
tenement. Two rooms at 84 Main
St. Enpuire at 84 Main St. Siile
door. 1 155-157"
TCTÌfE'Tì.arge heated rooms
suitable for light housekeeping.
Also rooms with board and garage.
Apply at Caledonian offae.155-157
ALI. WOOL knitting yam for sale
Lireet freni manufacturer, at 95c,
$1.35 .1.(0 per lb.; postale paid on
$5 orders. ' Free samples. IL A.
Rartlett. Harmony. Me. 151-17fC
Help Wanted Female
WANTED Girl
housework. Phone
James Cosgrove.
for general
588-M. Mrs.
152 tf
LOST
I.OST Hec. 17, tire ehain, :!2 by
;! 1-2, new weed, between St. Johns
burv and Rarnet. Howard. N. J.
Kimrshury, 37 Clitf St. 153-155.'
I.OST Sum of money Monday
ninht on Mail train between St.
Johnsbury and Lymlonville. Find
er leave at this otriee and roeeive
re ward, ' 155-157
LOST Between Railroad St. and
Cary Maplc Sugar Co. one auto
chai'n, 35 by 5. Please return to
C. A. Calde'rwood, Ini'. 155 tf.
CLOSE YOUR HOME
Sare Coal
Spend theWinter at Miami,
among the sunshine and (lowen.
HOTEL H".CYON HALL
Miami Fionda
WANTED!
Ali kinds of Raw Furs. Will
pay fancy prie e for large dark
Coon.
Sen.! your lot, I will return
check by first mail. If price is not
.-.atisfactory return check and I
will return yousr fur.
E. R. COLLINS
Greensboro Kend, Vermont
"Distinctivelv
different"
Groen
ioisnfain
Teas and Coffee
cannot be exceled in
quality a trial is!con
vincing. Packed by
Cross Abbott Co.
White River Jnction,
Vermont.
ose
H
PEP and POWER
or FORDS
Wosfcrfil Unitim S?jt. miti Boi
SurtiM AapliS?r. puts
hrA tf.nA B 'Itinotf
ut tu iP P1"
ekia makw itutiDi
tny ia watfrpropf.
iwt Tnher ini) I7-
litri wiinoui io
ini Ih iprk wtr.
Tfcn Bmra oitit
old, foBDltta, U
Brunelle Paint &
Auto Co., Inc.
HELP WANTED Male
WANTED two good teamsters
and a few choppers for the woods.
Good pav and a steady job for the
winter. R. J. Miller, Ricker Mills,
Vt. - i5!-1.
U'ÀKTFIl Afpn tri climi fnliv
I foot wood. Near villane. Inquire
! James Russell. 155 tf.
! MALE AND FEMALE
i Get into a real business of your
iown! Locai city ten'itory now
open. Sell the genuine J. R. Wat
jkins Products. Everybody knows
i Watkins Spices, Extracts, Coffee,
iMedicines, Toilet Preparations,
J etc. Standard for more than fifty
jyears. Big-pest line, biRR-est values
j and hijrhest quality makes easy
! selline for you. Write today for
j fiee sample and proof that you can
I make from $300(1 to $5000 a year.
j J. R. Watkins Co., Dept. 8.f, 4
I Washington St., Boston, Mass. 155
j U'ANTED At once jjirl for silver
'iik1 class at St. Johnsbury House.
155 tf.
' SOLICITORS Men and women
;sell dependable trees, shrubs, roses,
' for shipment direct to purchaser.
i Steadv work. full or spare time.
Weekìy pay. Outfit free. Brown
! Brothers Nurseries, Rochester,
N. Y. 1"5
- and the Worst Is Yet to ComellIZAAK WALTON'S
COTTAGE MAY
J 0
1
(jjjjjrnrrnretur
BE PRESERVED
HTTVE OOKb
3VON6 OF Tfcc
SoYS at thè
lift "r
PASSUMPSIC
40th Wedding Anniversary
pily Ceiebrated
Hap-
OUR WANT ADS. PAY
Special Notice
Waitress Wanted at the
Iron
Mountain
House
Jack.-on, N. IL. for tliree
days, January 18-21. $1.50
jicr day and transportation
paid both ways. Also first
class pasti-y cook needed
sanie timo. Address
W. A. M ESERVE, Prop.
Phone 11 ;
We Writfc Everv Kind of
INSURANCE
In the, Very Best Companies
I B. NOYES INSURANCE AGENCY
Inc.
CITIZENS BANK BLOCK
For Sale
Owner livinc in ditant state
; writes to sell his cottage house lo-
cated in Arlington in villane of St.
Johnsbuiy. Hardwood floors and
finish, furnace, bath, electric liRhts,
gas, set tubs, parden and two car
naiaue. Low price of .$3200. If you
j would like a house with ali mod
em improvements, hnd out pnee
of a lot similar to this one, then
find out what you could erect com-
: piote with 2 car carae a similar
hou:ie, and then come and see this
))lacc. Building material of ali
kinds' are on the rie and we have
; a home shortaye.
A.B. DOW'S AGENCY
Tel. 1. St. Johnsbury, Vermont
The fortieth weddinff anniver
sary of Mr. and Mrs. John Annis
was ceiebrated at there home here
Christmas day. Mr. Annis is one of
the oldest residents of this place.
He was boni here and with the
exception of thirteen years which
he spent in Lowell, has always liv
ed here. Mrs. Annis has lived ali
her mar'ried life here and for over
30 yeiirs has run a successful liv
ery business. They have one
daughter, Mrs. Harold Wood of
St. johnsburj.
Fourteen relatives sat down to a
sumptuous dinner at noon. They
received many cards and letters of
Congratulations troni friends who
could not be pressili. Their neigh
bors and friends pie.-ented them
with a beautiful electnc lamp,
several piecs of alcminum waie
and various other presenti, includ
ing a pui'se of money.
"Tho.se from out of town were
Mr. aod Mrs. eGorge Atherton and
daughter Beatrice of Lowell,
Mass.; Mr. and ;irs. V. E. Rob
erta and two daughters Veora and
I Velina of East liurke; and Mr.
i and Mrs. Haiolù Wood and three
children ot St. jonnsbury.
Miss Marguerite Lden, who is
j a teacher in Cleveland, Ohio carne
Sunday morning to be with her
j mother, Mrs. F. C. McGill a week.
( Mrs .1. I). Skinner is verv siek
at the home of her son Ernest
Skinner.
.Nelson Blanchard ìeturned to
his home in Boston Wcdnesday.
Mr. and Mrs. George Atherton
and daughter left for their home
in Lowell, Thur.-day. They stop in
Coneord to visit friends and ex
pect to get home the last or the
week.
Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Vitty, son
and daugnter, ate their Christmas
dinner with Mr. and Mrs. James
Somers.
Mr. and Mrs. John Gillander
were at Robert Gillanders in St.
I con-.panied by Mrs. Carson and two
! children, Jean and Mildred, who
i will visit relative for .several
days.
Miss Villa Sawyer, Miss Hazel
Willey and Charlio Willey were
guests at Freeman Allen's on
Christmas day.
The schools in town are closed
for a two weeks' recess.
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Stantou and
daughter Harriet entertained Mr.
and Mrs. G. IL Stanton, Benj.
Stanton, Mrs. B'ougett, Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Swett and son George
and the Misses Anna and Marion
Stanton of St. Johnsbury at a din
ner party on Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. William Belville
and family were guests ai, her
brother's, Augustus Roy'.s in West
Danville Monday.
Mrs. Cari Ailes was the guest of
her mother, Mrs. John Campbell in
St. Johnsbury Sunday and Mon
day. Mr. Ailes and children were
also guests at Mrs. Campbell's
Monday.
Harry Dow, who is attending
Middlebury College, is spending
his Christmas vacation with his
Parents, Mr. and Mrs. George
Drew.
Mrs. Paul Shattuck, who ussi.-t-ed
in the Lougee and Smythc store
in St. Johnsbury during the holi
days, retumed to her home Satur
day. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Bundy and
family of St. Johnsbui-y were
guests at II. A. ClirTord's from
Saturday until Monday.
Arthur Tierce and his son Per
ley Pierce spent Christmas with
Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Pierce in
Lyndon.
Mrs. Emma Shattuck, Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Shattuck, Homer Shat
tuck and Lyda Bundv were guests
j at Beauman Shattuck's Monday.
Air. and .Mrs. Homer Stanton
and daughter Elizabeth visited at
her parents in Lunenburg from
Saturday to Tuesday.
Mrs. Glen Johnson and family
and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Stanton
and son William were the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Weeks
in St. Johnsbury Sunday.
Miss Dorothy Kimball snent the
her par-
in
American Fishermen
Start Fund to Save
Home
A group of Americans most of
them enthusiastic fishermen, are
organizing for the Durpose of rais
ing funds with which the cottage
of Izaak Waltou, patron saint of
followers of the reel and rod, may
be preserved. The cottage is loca
ted at Shallowford, England, and
is reputed V be the spot where the
famous angler thought over the
works which he left behind.
Those who have signified that
they will aid Mayor T. A. Dumi
and other official.s of Stafford,
where Walton was born, are for
the most.part friends and business
associates of the late Julien Tap
pen Davies, attorney and trustee
of the Mutual Life Insurance
Company. Mr. Davies was an en
thusiastic fisherman v and his
friends have conceived the idea of
having a tablet erected in his
memory at the cottage.
Those who are furthering the
idea ask that tho rishd men of the
United tSates w?io have òrowsed
about in "The Compleat Angler,"
I wiitten by Walton, contribute a
I sniall amount so that the cottage
may be repaireu and preserved.
Mayor Dunn and the other locai
officials of Stafford were attempt
ing to rais'e a fund of some 500
pounds for the purpose.
A brief not in a London paper
to the effect that the fund was in
process of being raised caino to
the attention of Major Archibald
G. Thatcher of Barry, Wainright,
Thatcher and Siimers of New
York. This started the pian to
have the American friends of Mr.
Davies contribute loward the
work. Major Thatcher is a son-in-law
of Mrs. Davies.
The English officials said that
they would be very happy to have
Americans contributo toward the
fund. Mayor Dumi declared that
he was greatly ir. favor of a pian
to collect a piscatorial library and
place it in the cottage. It was
thought that the Walton place
might become a vorld shrine for
fishermen. Joseph S. Aueibach of
Davies, Auerbach and Cornell, the
firm of the late fishing enthusiast
will receive contriDUtions at his
ofTice, 34 Wall Street, as will Ma
jor, Thatcher at 5'J Wall Street.
Holiday Greetings
from
Stanley Furniture Co.
ST JOHNSBURY BUSINESS DIRECTORY
DR. J. D. BACHAND
JOHN F. HINCH
INSURANCE OF ALL KINDS
Special Agent
New England Mutual Life
TnsiirMTirp C!o.
Calderwood Bldg., 42 Eastern Avr
St. Johnsbury, Vt. Tel. 731 ,
RALPH PROVENCAL
Tuning and Repairing Pianos, Or-
gans and Plnyer Piano,-. Phono
graptì repairi.ig. Phone 452 J I
jamés'b: ìpbell
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Merchant Bank Block i
St. Johnsbury Tel. 861-M I
DR. DA LE S. ATWOOI
OSTEOPATHIC PHYSl'IAN
Citizens Bank Building
By Appoi.twnt
Trusses Fitted fo upturea
Office closed Wennehdiy
DENTIST
Pythian Building St.. Johnsbury
Dr. Geo. F. Cheney
DENTIST
2 Highland Avenue
IL VTC0NLY
Heating and Plumbing. Hot Air
Furnace Work a Specialty
12 Portland St., St. Johnsbury
Tel. 724-M
DR. W. A. GAG E
CHIROPRACTOR
ripinal trouble a -peciàlty. )ffice
bours Tuesday, Tilt. '-day, Saturday
'l-h p. m. Monday, ,r!idnes.-jv a'id
Friday eveninirs 7 up,;' 8.
Calderwood Bldg., 1 hr-ne r,3-V
RUPTURE
I guarantee eréry trass 1
fit to hold the rapture ner
fctly, to be ea-y -nd
comfortable, to give com
plete atisfaction in every
CK1.COMK B. KASTMAN
FIRE, LIFE, ACCIDENT
INSURANCE
Antomobile Fire zT1'e
IMPEY AND CUMM1NGS
Provident Life Men
Portland Street Brunelle Block
I '"" "- '
GENERAL TRUCK1NG
j 12 am! IH indi wood delivcred.
I Tel. 428-1
I C. F. BURDICK
; :; We.-t Place
IHh GbOKGE P. MOORE
INSURANCE AGENCY
Insurance Aiy Sind
2fi F.astern Aenu
J. M. SWA.V & SON
GENERAL CONTEACTOPS
Calderwood Bldk'. ' Tel. i'M-U
DR. HARRY A. RASH
Chiropractor
OfTice Ilours daily in afternoons.
Tin -day, ri'hurday and Saturday
jvpMÌnir, cri 8.
10 Itadioad SUiet Tel. 55 -11 t
For Another Season
If you have summer
clothes and every
one has such gar
ments usable again
next season bring
them at once to us and
our dry cleaning pro
ecsses will make them
look like new.
We make a specialty
of gent's clothing but .
we are in a position to'
handle with equal
facility any garnient
men's, women's or
child's.
Palmer Bros.
Dry Cleaning
Eastern Avenue
Johnsbury Mondai.
' ,, u" lnul?n. 1 loT Christmas vacation with
Russell Ihur.-tons l-rulay to 1 nt in Wo.t p.im.,.
spend i.nrisimas.
Mrs. Lidie Dow, Mrs. Kate Roy
ington, Mrs. Thurston and Mrs.
inn were in St. Johnsbury
Thui'sday.
AH tue children in Plinny
Granger's family were siek last
week with stornarli trouble.
The church was well tilled Sat
urday night for the Christmas
tree. The exercises by t he child
ren were good. '1 he tree was well
fdled ami the Urco.ations were
beautiful. Ali the children
were made happy with presents,
as well as some of the older ones.
Mr. and Mrs. Blanchard and son
of Boston are speiuling the holi
days with Mrs. Blancnard's l'ath
er, Joseph D. Thyding.
3Iercury Takes
Another Drop
The Old weather man treated
his subjects to another drop in
the mercury this moming. The
lowest temperature re po lied was
24 degrees below zero which is
cold enough.
Temperature in other places
around town varied in intensity
from 16 to 20 degrees below.
Surrounding to.vns report the
M. M. Tatro, who is on from
Chicago to spemi the holidays with
St. Johnsbury relatives and friends
takes this opportunity to extend
the scason's heartiest greetings to
old and new natrons of the Stanley
Furniture company.
He is much giatified at the con-'
fidence of the public in that enter
prise, as evidenced by the healthy
increase in business for the year
just closing. He assigns as the
cause of this success, the fact that
only the best lines of merchandisc
have been carried and they have
been sold at as sniall a margin of
profit as possible consistent with
the quality of goods handled, and
the additional fact that his asso
ciates have conducted the business
with uniform courtesy and a Con
stant thought for the welfare and
satisfaction of their customers.
Mr. Tatro ha.- words of highest
praise for the way his associates
have conducted the business. Al
bert Juneau, the manager, and his
assistants, Claude Miltimorc, Earl
Clark, and George Miltimorc, and
Miss Katherine Flynn, the book
ke;per and cashier, ali come in for
their share in brfnging about these
gratifying results.
Since pui chasing the business of
Charles A. Stanley, several im
portant lines have been added to
the furniture ami undertaking bus
iness, including rugs, electric
lamps and fixtures and the best of
aluminum ware. These goods are
the best that the market affords !
and the largo sales show that the '
public appreciate their quality and
reasonable price. Special alumi
num sales have been hcld, witli
high giade merchandise usualiy
sold at cost in orùer to bring in
BPW CLUB MEETING
Tuesday Evening, 7.30
IN THE CLUB ROOM
First Meeting of the New Year
Special Program
I
NORTH DANVILLE
Irving Davison of Darre was the
guest, ot his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
M. E. Davison, Sunday and o.Mn
uay. .Mrs. Gordon Alien is the guest
of relatives in Shclbourne for sev
eral days.
Guests at B. A. Clifford's Sun
dav were Mr. and Mrs. Clyde
Bundy and little daughtetr Cleona
ning on schedule time.
A recent visitor from
n'nced the public that they
imi eh to be vain about.
have
1 I
t' . T 1 . . 1 ... '
fì lT i ri- i ì ftonie ol ine gnls wno own van
T. Clifford and lamily, Mr. and :,. .,,..., , , r
lt r. , , , it case nave not so lai- con
i.ii.-. vii vt; viuiuiii ami ialini .
.uhm . li. linoni 01 i lanvine
Mr. and Mrs. William Clark
! T v ili,,,'..
I spent the Christmas holidavs w.tn I M; overcoats bemg stolen by
ì relatives in St. Johnsburv " Mica,k Jhicves, but they should wa,t
I Mrs. Frank Lemos was ih,. ' until they are paid for betore swip-
guest of her daughter, Mrs. Her- , inK "enl
man Healey and lamily, in East , , ,
Barnet from Friday unni Monday. 1
Mr. Lcmo.i was al.-,o a gue.-t at
i Mr. Healey s Monday.
j Mrs. George Cole wa, the gue.t
of her daughter, Mrs. Glen Ciane,
! in Danville a part of last week.
I Aliene, Glen and Kenneth Ailes
were the gue.-ts of their grand
parents, Mr. and Mrs. George
Ailes, in Danville Friday.
Mrs. Gertrude Odcrkirk of Dan-
ville was the guest of Mrs. Winni
fred McCo.-co a tuvt of last week.
Miss Su.-ie Oakley of Richmond,
P. ()., who has been at Fred Car-
: i. i ,i i i ... i
i.'K: . .aV7 j ?um f, Thursday amI ' eral lines carrier, have proved
. I The undertaking department has
COlllieCtl- K, ., n.,,tl,r ir,..ì.ìinr ..il.
cut to the tow-n of estmore a tronage, the car having been cali
place where the snow has a laculty , e(, int0 sprvi(.0 constantiy, 0ften to
lor pilmg highei- than almost any niakt funclili 01. hospital trips to
other place in northern Vermont, distant points 0utside the state,
commented on the excellent sys- The fin,,st st0(.k l,tainable is car
tem by which the ermont rouds , ried in this department.
are kept open m the winter. An thcse fact!! Mr. Tat,.0
He stated that a snow-fall of six show the ppciation of the nub
inches at his home would paralyze i0( und the SUlnley Furniture
traffic for at least two days. , Pompanv wishes to co-onerate in
continuing this mutually agieeable
i business relation during the coni
li old cus-
SUNNY SQUIBLETS
ing year, extending to
tomers hearty good wishes and
hoping to welcome many new
friends during the twrlve nionths
to come. A Happy and Prospei'ous
New Year to Ali. Advertisement.
OUR WANT ADS. PAY
on's for several nionths has le
lul ni d to lu i- home. Sili' a ae- ,
Whist Party and Dance
G. A. R. HALL "
Monday Night, January lst
Brotherhood of R. R. Station Employces.
Admission 20 Cents. Tax Paid
GOOD MUSIC
We Are Prepared To Do
Excavation, Concrete Work, Stone Masonry,
Raising and Moving Buildings. Aiso Moving
Heavy Machinery. Work to be in charge of
Fred Blay.
We are in a position to do Carpentry of alJ
kinds, with John Stafford in charge.
J. M. SWAN & SON, Ine
Calderwood Building Tel. 438-M
N
otice
The annual meeting of the Danville
Maple Products Corporated Association,
Inc., will belield at the Town Hall at Dan
ville, Saturday, January 16, at 2 P. M.
N. B. PAGE, Secretary
Let us assure you of
our appreciation of
your patronage dur
ing the past year and
by the same token we
extend to you our
best wishes for a Suc
cessful New Year.
Steele, Taplin & Co.
W. H. TAPLIN, Prop.
On the Hill
We Want Your Patronage
And to get it we know we have got to have the
BEST IX GROCERIES and the
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES
That is why we sell for CASH
And sell Occident Bread Flour, Blue Label
Canned Goods, Beach Nut Dried Beef and Cat
sup, Beardslev Dried Beef, White House Coffee,
Garden of Allah Coffee, in fact ali the best
brands of groceries.
We believe in quality and low prices and to
give you both we have got to sell for cash.
Did you see in the Caledonian-Record what
Willey, the Quality Baker thinks of Occident
Flour and every one says the same after they
have tried it.
We have a few gallons of Fancy Maple
Syrup for sale.
We wish you ali a very prosperous New
Year which we know you will have if you buy
vour Groceries of
SEÌITIHPg
Cut l'rice Cash Grocery
FI VE STORES
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