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" Copy racelved later, th&n 11 o'clock
ay nd dltcontlfuancd ,mut, bo jnd
WANTED 1916 or 17 Overland or
Ford Itunabout in good condition.
"W" Caledonian. ,rr 90-101-pd
WANTED A girl for general house
work; V Mrs. George Caldbeck, North"
Peart Jt,'t: t v r.-r 81tf
j, i .- ir 1 rr t i i . -"
PUBLIC Stenographer '2nd Type
writer. Vera Genge. Tel. 515-M.
WANTED at once girl for general
housework.' ..Mrs. Harold Penniman,
30 MtPIeaVanfr ", "" 05 tf
WANTED Young woman as secre
tary'' Knowledge ' of stenography,
typewriting and bookkeeping essen
tial. Apply to Principal, St. Johns
bury Academy. .. 9G tf
; would like plain sewing, mending
and repairing and pressing. Making
of children's clothes a specialty: To
do at my home at 52 Spring street.
-Kathereen Clinovd. .
ing, Sweeper Repairing Co., 16 and 18
Railroad street. Old Carpet sweepers
iruide good as new. New brushes and
rubbers. All work guaranteed. George
Nelson; Manager, St. Johnsbury, yt:,
TeU, 416-2.. , 97-102 pd
WANTED Girl for general house
wovk. 15 Pearl street. Tel. 489-J.
. .. 97 tf
WANTED Master Cottage for
boys," "$7".6o. ; Other . positions "open.
W.r G. . Fancher, Supt., Lawrence,
Mass; :.;::. r:: yw-ios.-
WANTED Women for department
woVKln beys' school, 30.00 to $45.00,
ffepehdmg on ' responsibility. ' W.
Grarft; Fancher, Supt, Lawrence,
Majfcyj ' - - - 98-103
WANTED By reliable, trusty man, a
position as farm superintendent. Ad
dress, John F. Redding, Willoughby,
VC-1.. . 100-7- pd..
LOST--A diamond out of a ring,
probably on Eastern averme. Finder
retuvn..- ,to"Gf". Caledonian,. and receive-"reward.-
' '-' 96-100pd
LpST-On Mount Pleasant street or
uppfcr Summer " street, a small box
of . old-fashioned jewelry.-.. Reward at
51 Summer street. ' 99 t f
, . ,i. - ' c;e.m .pro0f Money.' '
! T;l';'a! bank in Spokane, Wash.; bo
lo6j;s the11 distinction of circulating th
first antiseptic germ-proof national
tank notes. "The United States treas
Vjr .l still experimenting with devices
VJiind." dirty bant notes to Jn'ignt;
crisp' ones, but the Spokane bank has
Jhe.'flrst sanitary " money on record.
Ffrty thousand dollars in bills, put out
by.' the .bank, were signed with an ink
sstd td'iohslst largely of carbolic acid.
The result Is the bills 'are saturated
ftlftij. in agency: which' means death to
taV most vigorous germ who'd live
Aj"e you- going to ..-buy a new
Heating Stove this r Winter?
T) 4 - so Buy a - -
AndSaye ONE-FOURTH Your Fuel
Sumnierville Garage
TMpkn96&ll Jtwidence J26-U?4
..Heady Reference Guide for Frequent Consultation
I guarantee every truss I fit
- to hold the" rupfur perfect
ly, to be easy and comfort
able, to give complete satis
faction in -every way. :
Reliable Pharmacist
It A. S..HASKINS- - i
Eyes Examined Glasses Furnished
. St Johnsbary, Vermont.
. Citizens Bank Building
By Appointment
r .Trasses Fitted for Rupture 1
r '.'.V; MontpeUer, Vt. C
:;w ' (l"A!s( Agents fof,' " '".
Fire, Accident, Health, Boiler, Plate
: Class, Burglary; Automobile
V arid Compensation Insurance
Pythian Building, St. Johnsbury, Vt.
..Telephone 39-M , ,
will bo too latr to.claMl'r on tnat
by 11 to' get cancellation that' day.
FO IIS ALE or exchange for place in
village faj-ni of 100 acres; 3"wo to
three ' hundred eord.4 of pulp wood,
oner or 'more1 hundred 'cords of hard
wood, comfortable house and barn.
T. It: Stiles, Tel. 637-M'or J. ?. 84 1 1
FOR SALE Black Orpington hCns.!
TeIepKon'3l7l-il. ' ' """ " &5tf
FOR - SALE For ish! iof t
four foot slabs. delivered. Tel. 74-41.
1 1 fL -J- . ""' ' -:
FOR SALE Sitting room-coal Stove
cheap. Pleasant' House, 18 Railroad
street, St. Johrisbury77" 89 ,t f
-. . . -
FOR SALE Three-fourths million
feet standing lumber, mostly pine in
good location, near, railroad. Alex
ander Blah-, East Barnet, Vt. ''
v , ; . ' ; 99-103 pd
FOR SALE Two nearly new Snare
Drums in fine condition. Price right
Inquire of A. Glenn Woolson, Old
Colonial Farm, Springfield, Vt.
FOR SALE Bed quilts, $4.00 each,
also one silk quilt worth $15. Mrs.
E. A.' Pooler, Duke street. 98-100.
FOR SALE Fifteen one and" two-year-old
heif ei's-pHolsteins, 5 Jerseys
and Grades. Bay mare, weight 1050,
10 years old. Three-year-old chest
nut mare colt, weighs about 950, by
Gen. Grout. Homer C. Shattuck, St.
Johnshuir: TeirSlf-ltr.""'": '87-101
FOR SALE Furniture," two chairs,
stand' and a bed. Enquire at 44' Pearl
street. . 1 .:: ... 99 t f
FOR SALE For juick sale will sell
cheap,' I K ohler and Campbell piano,
and bench, 1 pedestal table, 2 wicker
chairs, 1 library table, .1 sewing ' ma
chine, 1 washing machine and wring
er, 1 Victrola and' records. Mrs. H. E.
Johnston, Tel. 15-31, Danvlle, Vt.
. ' : :. ' . " . 99-105
FOR SALE Four 'weeks old O I.
C. Pigs'. Cr A Parker, R. PD. No. 2,
St. Johnsbury,- Vt. -r 99-102.
TO ; RENT Tenement at 75 Pearl
street. I nature 19 Clarks Ave. 96 tf
TO RENT Rooms No. 1 Prospect
Avenue. . . .. . ,. . 77 t f
TO RENT A pleasant upstairs tene
ment ' newly papered and painted.
Electric lights. 106 Portland St.
Tel. 472-J. 90 t f
TO RENT New; tenement on
Wright Avenue. II. . A. Chesley, St.
':..;...;..;;..'. " " 91 t.f
TO RENT A seven room tenement
near '.Fairbanks Scale works at $12
a month. Caledonia Real Estate
Agency. "
; ' ' ; - 95 t f
TO"" RENT Tenement 10 . "minutes
from Scale-works'. Hardwood floors,
electrio- lights, newly papered. Plenty
land! for large garden, $15.00. ' Call
459-M.--: 95 t f
TO i RENT Tenement, : Inquire ..at
Bertrand Hall. ; : :: ; " . . 97 t f
TOv RENT Tenement 121 Railroad
street." Tel. 95-2. . . 97-99
TO RENT House, shed, barn and
land, 77 Portland street. Inquire at
76 Poi-tland -street. ' Miss -Bl H.
h-e-neyCl-- v---'.'' -' '' '' -100 :-
Pvthian Baildmgf, St. Johnsbury
The Crawford. Ranney
G. H. Morrill M.-L Underwood
1--Pythian ; Building ;:. ; ;
Dunnett, Shields & Conant
. St Johnsbary, Vt
TeL 65
I am now teady to take a limited
number of violin' pupils for advanced
instruction. No beginners need
apply. Pupils will be received at my
rjme, No. 13 Charles Street -
.t St. 'Johnsbury.: : - i
Caledonian Vant Ads Pay
ft'siasy-If You KnowSr." '
Edwards' Olive Tablets n ;
young to do this you must watcVyoior
liveg , and bowels j-. there's 110 need of
having a sallow complexion; dark tings
under .'your; eyes itnpies -r-; biliqm
look in your face dull eyes with no
Sparkle: Your doctof will: ten you ninety
per cen$ of all., sickness comes from in
active bowels and liver,:. 'H
Dr. Edwards,' a well-known physician
in Ohio, perfected a a " vegetable com
pound . mixed with olive oil to act on
the Jivr . and. bowels, which he gave to
his.patjent for years.
.; : Dr. Edward' Olive Tablets, the substi
tute for calomel, are gentle in their action
yet always effective. They bring about
thafcexubetance .of, spirit-that ..natural
buoyancy which .should, be enjoyed by
everyone, by toning up the liver and clear
ing the system of impurities. -
:You will know Dr. Edwards Olive Tab,
lets by their olive color. 10c and 25c per
box, .AU druggists. ..
Mrs.' Eftle Gowari of West" New
buryport; Mass., who has been vis
iting Mrs. Addie Page,N returned with
her to" 'West '" Newbury port ' to
visit her daughter, Mrs. John Hibbs.
William " Stevenson is preparing ; to
move . his family to Canada where
'they will make their home.' '
Mrs. E. M. Massey is sick at the
home of "her 'sdftrC? C Massey,' with
the'prevalihg distemper. '
" Mrs." Arthur ' Alcbtt :" J visited "her
mother, Mrs? James McLaughlin, at
East St. Johnsbury, 'Tuesday. " .
' Mr. and Mrs. George" Shaw re
turned to their home at ' Bellows
Falls Monday after being' in the
place the past two weeks."
160 Acres $3000 With
Pair Horses, 8 Head Stock J o
Four: co wt?, 4 : yearlings, 2 shoats,
brood sow, flock poultry, wagons,
mowing machine,, horse rake, plow,
harrows, cultivators, planters, sepa
rator, lon list tools, 2 miles depot
town. 75 acres dark loam machine
worked fields, 20-cow sprirtg-watered
pasture,, estimated 500 Cords wood,
home-use timberj 1000 sugar trees,
400 apple trees, variety fruit' in
quantity, 7-room hoiise, vei-andas
overlooking lake, big bams, stables,
horse hay fork, silo; Other build
ings of n.'i'fcey-makihg farm. Quick
sale sacriiice- $3000 for everything.
Easy term ;: Details page 5, Strout's
Catalogue of this and other bargains,
many with stock," tools, crops, fitted
wood for winter comfort ; your copy
ENCY, Dept. 192, 109 Main Street,
Burlington'; Vt." -, ':: ' ; -r- .- '
. A new ihouser barn and
automobile house. Hen
house and good garden.
Also a two ..tenement
house well located. ; '
Chas. E. Kirk, St Jofcnsbury
Storage building 1640 sq. ft.of floor
space. Owner out of town. Will
sell for ?250.00. ';,-; '-fiW
No. 127 Large f arm of 250 acres.
Seventy-five acres in tillage, balance
in pasture arid woodland. One and
one-half story house with nine rooms.
Two stock farms with silo. Stable
for 46 head of stock Sugar place of
400 trees. Price $4250. Caledonia
Real Eb'tate Company, St. Johnsbury.
Caledonia Real Eastate Co.
Chance - for good wages and ad
vancemenJl , for men,' .between the
ages of eighteen and- fortyfive years
in good phsrsical condition.. Apply
N. Y. N. H. & H. R. R. M. ;D.
Miller, Supt., Waterbury, Conn.;' C.
A. Mitchell, Supt-i' Hartford, Connj
E. E. Regan, Supt. New Haven,
Conn. ' - 'v. -. . ; .-.z;
the united states' employ
ment service is in need of
moulders for!, the gray
foundry, inc.,? ' poultney,
vermont ' essential " war
Work:" -apply-at any u.-s:
"jjtfw- i?srrr9st NT -Wr? f
"-Ehos Hopkins has been7 in Calais
vcccntiivf'-r'?-- v '.- W -". ' 'S':
Mr. and .Mrs. ,W. L Abbott and
daughter, Hazel, were in Lunenburg
and through the AVhite Mountains' re
cently. v; ; " . v t
. Miss Gladys Armstrong has been
very sick with, influenza, but is ' on
the gain.now. i-! . ':v , . ,
Mr, and Mrs. Carl i Durgan took a
trip to Tunbridg to Msit Mrs. . J),ur
gan's jpother. recently. Vi j 1 1 '
: Sam Chandler and Eunice Chand
ler were through the White Moun
tains Sunday.-" -1 .. ' ..' -.
Mr. and-Mrs: Carl Durgan attend
ed a funeral in North Montpelier rer
cently. "'' ;';""-
Clarence Davidson spent a few
days in town" but was called to - go
to Camp Upton, N. J. His, friends
wish him good luck. !
' Mr; and Mrs. Lester Tyrell and
daughter . " were ' in Moirisville on
business recently. ' '.2 "
Mr. and - Mrs. .Harry Young were
in St. Johnsbury,' Monday, where Mr.
Young had an operation on his nose.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry" Roy of Barnet
were over Sunday guests at W. I.
Abbott's.; , ; ,.
""Mr. and Mrs. Briggs .".and two chil
dren have ;been very sick with the
prevailing;-, distemper but are ' so as
to be. up around now.
Frank Ppk has been sick recently,
but is some .better.
' Miss ; Isabel Davenport spent a
few-days with her sister in St. Johns
bury, last week.. .
: Joe Hazlett has cut his. foot quite
badly, while chopping 'in the woods.
Mrs. Gilbert. Hill has been on the
sick-list. . -""'.'-".. '
Hai-vey Houghton has been sipk
with tonsUitis. ; 6- -' '" ' "
' George iMorse and Clyde r Daven
port were in St. Johjisbury on busi
ness recently. r: - - r
The Oldest son of' Mr. and Mrs.
Ira Read, George Read, started Tues
day, Oct. 22, from'his home in Ddy
ton, Florida, to do his bit for Uncle
Sam. His wife has' applied for Work
as telephone operator for' the govern
ment. Their many friends'wish them
good luck and a speedy'return. '
Joe Hazlett ' cut his foot quite
wick visiting at Henry Hill's.
Mrs.! Robert Barr and Mrs. William
Barr were guests at Mrs. Ira Reed's
recently.' ' ' ' !
'.' Mrs. Arthur Read has a calla lily
in blossom measuring 1 seven inches
by four and three-fourths.
Ira Reed picked a ripe raspberry
recently and found numerous blos
soms. '
The Ladies' Benevolent Society of
the Methodist church will hold their
annual sale in the thurch vestiy Wed
nesday, Nov. 6. Rev. and Mrs. W. J.
Bradford, Rev. . and Mrs. George H.
Smith' Mr. and ; Mrs. Hairy 'Currier
and Mrs. Helen P. Borinett will en
tertain. . The' following ai-e. the committees-
for the several departments:
Fancy Work, -Miss Jennie P. Ranney,
Mrs; '. E. ' A '. Gray,' Mrs.' ; E. C. ' Lewis,
Mrs. W. O Rochleau and Mrs. F. L.
Carpenter; Mystery Tabled Mr. and
Mrs. Albei t Dawe," Mr; and Mrs. Reg
inald R. '"Reed,; Mary' Reed, " Alban
Baker, Marcus"' Smith, Harold Lim
nie; Vegetables, Mr. and Mrs Elmer
Reed, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Howard,
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred-Sundberg, Mr.
and Mrs. Edson Webb Candy ' arid
pop corn booth, Misses 'Florence
Hodgdon, Francis Chappell, ' Rose
Rook; Aprons, Mrs. George Howard,
Miss Lilla1 Hicksj Miss Alice' Parker,
Mrs. 0. A.' Noyes Rummage, Mr",
and Mrs. P. S. ' Woodbury, Mi'. . and
Mrs-. "H ;B. ' MorrisohV' arid Mrs:
Benjamin ; 'Chas: RookJ Supper,' Mrs.
O; w; Baker, Mrs:': Allen1 -'Hodgdon,
Mrs. Bertj. Gleason, 'Mrs.-;J.1 R.' Ralsf
tori, Mrs". Wallace 'Richards.. In case
the influenza quarantine'Is not' lifted
the date "will be announced later.," '
" The officers elected f dr the L:; B.
Society for; "the ensuing year '"'are:
President, Mrs.' '' Wallace Richards';
Vice-presideht; Mrs." J. R. 'Ralston;
Secretary, MrsV O. W. Faker, Treas
urer; M rs;; E. Ai Gray.' ' i,LK' 1 :
! The v hidies 'of ; the"; Unlversalist
chm-ch Will havfe theh' annuarsalein
the' church" vestry, Wednesday jatei'
noqp1 and evening,'1 November : 13,
commencing ' at 3.00 p. m. Supper
will be stevved at 5.30 The; commit
tee ! iri' chrrge 'of. the; various booths
are as follows: 1 Fancy Work, Mrs.
KF. Kichai'ds,' Miss Helen U.' Ree'd;
Aprons5, Mrs. "Glarerice . F 'Cutting;
Grafr' bag," Mrsr Fred E: Hastings;
Confectionary, Mi-s. P. 'J." Maclnnis
arid Mrs.' Chauncey "Mhtirnore: ' Sup
per corhmittee', Ms.: F.'; M. Cobleigh
and : Mrs. ; WVC. 'Harvey". n r;; '
rMf. and Mrs. C. M: Miltimore; Mrs:
C;' A;; Miltimore, George' :Miltimofe
arid Mis.j Genevieve u Sargeantj Mi-,
and Mrs.' K. F. Richards, ' Dr. G; B.
French, Mrsv E. D. Lee and Mrs! C.
F. Cutting were-recent visitors in St.
Johnsbury. :,i ' '- '; " '
Thomas Rancour was' m Whitefield,
N. H., the first of the week? " " v'-
1 Miss Alice. Moyse returned Monday
from" Lowell, Mass.; whefe she has
spent the past few months. ;
Karl Russell went' Wednesday to
Tsland Pond to; report for military
duty. Mr. ' arid-Mrs. ' Fred Gobd
reault,. Freeman Russell and Miss
Lo'viha Rft'flcour accompanied him to
Island Pond,. . .
T Frank P? octor. 'of' Miles' Poiid -was
d guest, at F. L. Carpenter's the' first
of the ycek. . v Earl Davis of Sprfng-i
field; Masr,., was also a guest at the
: Cai-nent;;!' home. " . '
J O. B.' Cutting was a business visi
tor in St." Johnsbury 'Wednesday. '
And Still the Soldiers are. Going -
v v - .... Overseas . , . -
. Washington, Oct. 23 Embarkation
of 2,008,93 1 "American soldiers to par-1
ticipate in the war overseas was dis- s
closed by correspondence between
Secretary Baker and President Wil
son given out at the White House- to
night at the same time that, the Per
sident's repy to the German note was
made public by the state department.
"I ani sure that this will be a mat- j
ter . of deep gratifi cation and assur-!
hight at the same time that the Pre
sident replying to a letter from Sec
retary Baker reporting on the num
ber of men who have sailed from Am
erican ports to October 21.
'Mrs. Clara Counter has sold her
place in the village to the Darlings, j
She leaves this wedc for Metheun, t
Mass., to' make her" home with her'
brother, George Smith. - i
Mr. , Roberts of Newbury has j
bought Frank Powers' place at Mt. !
Hunger and moved his family there i
Saturday. j
"George ; Smith of Metheun, Mass.,
was" a. business visitor in town Wed-j
nes'da'y and Thursday. t
;' The Darlings are laying new chim-'l
neys on the A. B. Colbjj? house, and !
making improvements on their tene-'
ment houses, in the village by paint- j
ing The mills arid blacksmith shop!
have' been improved with a coat of
paint. " ' "' " ' " "j
Mr. and Mrs. John Drown spent'
Thursday in Lyndonville with their j
daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. j
John Stafford. j
Royal A. Eggleston was a business
visitor in St. Johnsbury, Monday, i
Burdette H. Baker, who died Oct. j
13, was. the son of Sidney j
and Mary Baker, was born at Alton, i
N. Y., June 29, 1876. In' 1904 he I
was married to Gertrude L. Parkey. !
Five children have blessed this union, j
two dying in' infancy. He leaves to!
mourn his loss his wife and three
children: ; Osie C, Ruth E., Beulah !
M.:, his mother, Mary Coburn, and
One brother, Eber H. Baker. Hisj
early life was spent in New York !
state. He came to .Vermont at the!
age of 18 and worked at Northfield ;
and vicinity. He enlisted in the U.
S: army at the time of the Spanish j
A merican war and was in camp at J
Chattanooga several months. On be-j
irig discharged from seivice he re- j
turned to Northfield and worked at j
his trade as stone cutter for a time)
then worked on the railroad where
he lost three fingers on his right
hknd, afterwards taking up farming
which he has since followed. In 1910
he bought a farm in Pinkham. Mr.
Baker was taken sick with the Span
ish influenza which developed into
pneumonia which caused his death.
Tuesday afternoon, Oct. 13. He was
tenderly cared for by his wife and
mother.' The funeral was held from
his late home Thursday afternoon,
Rev.' J.' Q. Angell officiating. Inter
ment at Woodmont cemetery besides
his babies.
' W. H. Jeffrey of Montpelier was at
his home here Wednesday. His
daughter, Ellen, came with him and
is' stopping for a few days with her
friend, Mai-jorie Root.
All the sick are better. There are
no influenza cases here now':
Frank MaGill and family were
recent visitors in Barton:
' Mr. and Mrs. Sidney of Burke Hol
low are working at John Lang's.
' William Morrison of Barnet and
Mr. and Mrs. Julian Lang of Mon
roe were recent visitors at John
Howard Gorham is out again af
ter being confined to the house with
the prevailing epidemic.
Ira Hunter has a new five passen
ger Reo.
J. E. Parker has sold his farm to
George Cary.
! Clarence Pinkham is visiting at
James' 'Ta's-slday's. "
Little Helen Simpson, who has
been suffering with "a broken leg is
gaining nicely.
1 Mr.- rind Mrs.'E. A. Gray of 'St
Johnsbury Center arid Mr. arid 'Mi's.
Sam Dean and family of Glover vis
ited at F. E. Allen's Wednesday.
The ' friwids of Harold Ward will
be glad to know he is gaining and
expects to come home soon.
Miss Hazel Trowbridge from Bos
tony is visiting her aunt, Mrs. O. B.
Exley. ' ' ' : 1
"Mr. 'and Mrs. Ben Tousant have
moved upcr. the mountain where Mr.
Tousant has a position with the
Fairbanks Company, ' . .
By Explosion of a Hand Grenade in
. Paris
: Paris; Oct. 24 Miss' Elizabeth" Ser
geant of Brookline, Mass., daughter
of Charles S. Sergeant, vice-president
of'th" Boston elevated railway,
was injured by'an explosion of a hand
grenade r.e&r the French front Satur
day,.; 'The explosion caused . the in
stant death of Mme. De Vallette, head
of the American section of the press
department of the foreign office, who
had picked up the greriade.'
I Miss Seogeant; whose name was
incorrectly given' in first reports as
MisS1 Thorntcn, was not seriously in
jured.";;' 'J','.",.-". .. .'"1" ... "r
i nil 1 1 n a vn
. IA; .sjiv' 10 00 Ai M
on the W. C. Hill Farm in Walerford
2 Miles f rom . Passumpsic : '
consisting of 9 High Grade Short Horn Cows, 3 Holstein Cows, 11
Grade' jersey and Guernsey Cowe, all due to freshen in early fall
and winter, 1" Thoroughbred Yearling Guernsey Bull, 1 High Grade
Yearling' Short Horn Bull, 9 Short Horn Heifers one and two years
old, 1 pair of 2-year -old'. Steers.. " '."-J, ". . . . ' ; , , '
' 1 pair of 7-year old Black Horses weighing 3000 lbs., 1 7-year
old Driving Mare weighing 900 lbs., 1 pair of 2-year old Colts, 1
pair of Yearling: Colts, all Colts of Journal owned by W. T. Smith
of , Waterford. ....... - f ..
65 TONS OF NO. 1 HAY 65
: .--200 BUSHELS OF OATS 200 ...
' 1 Biiick Truck; 1 International ""6-H "P. Gasoline Engine, 1
"Whirlwind" Blower, 1 Triumph' Ensilage Cutter .and Carrier," 1
McCbfmick' Corn Harvester, I Worcester Kemp manure spreader, 1
Syracuse Sulky Plough,' 2 Walking Ploughs, 1 McCoimick Rake-off
Reaper, 1 Empire Junior Grain Drill, 1 18 in Tongueless Disk" Har
row, 1 11 ft. Smoothing Harrow, 1 Horse Hoe,Vl 2-H6rse "Riding
Cultivator, 1 Circular Saw, 1 set of Iron Wheel .Trucks with plat
form body, I Monarch Evaporator 4 ft. x 12 ft.', 1 Sugaring,.. Off
Arch, and pari 500 ' Galvanized Sap Buckets and 150 Tin Buckets,
with' 650 Covers and Spouts, 1 300-pail galvanized " sap holder.,' 1
Deeririg' Mowing" Machine,. 1 Walter A: Wood 10 ft..' 2-horse Rake I
set of 1 beam" Half Moccasin Logging Sleds, 1 set of . it' beam .Sleds' -with
Rack, 13 beam Engine Sled, 1 Bob Sled, 1 Open Biiggy, 1'Top
Buggy,' 1 Ryan Sleigh, 1 Upholstered .Sleigh, 1 Road Cart,, 1 set of
Bobs for Express Wagon, Z pairs Heavy"' work. Harnesses, 1 pair
Stub ,Hame Harnesses,;? Single Driving Harnesses, .1 . pair of
Double Driving Harnesses, Collars, Blankets, . Whiffletrees, Yokes',
Logging Chains, V Scalding Tub, Small Tools, Household furniture,
Bedding, lot of Antique Ecds and Tables.- Many other articles too
numerous to mention. ' " ' . ' ' ;. . . .
Terms Made Known at Time of
MiwJIrlLis Lily Ufi
Inouiv window we are showing : manllfacturers,
samples of jipcet knives. They are one-third less
than regular prices. There, are ul25 knives, .no,tyvo
alike, and all prices from 25 cents up to $4.00, v They
are the New York Knife Company's goods and every
knife warranted. , We. sell literally hundreds of
them every year and they , are GOOD KNIVES.
For Xmas there is nothing better and early buyers
will do well to look them over. ;
Those who have Second Liberty Loan Bonds with us for safe
keeping or otherv.-ise and have not; yet notified us whether they
wish the same converted or not are'reminded; that they lose the
conversion privilege i- . -tV.
-... ... -.....
NovemKer 9th
Therefore, please notify us at once as shipment must be made
to the Federal Reserve Bank well ahead of that date.
The Government advises all holders, to 'convert and so receive
4Vi per cent instead of .4: per cent. Othor terms in the new converted
bonds are the same in all respects, and there Is no expense.
Passumpsic Savirigs Bank
l: i St Jolinsbury, Vermont r ",
Fire, Life, Accident , .
. -Liability, purely
We give the best possible attention to mat
' ters entrusted to us.
A. B. Noyes Insurance Agency
, Lunch- at ;Noon.
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