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THE EVENING CALEDONIAN, TUESDAY, AUGUST 26, 1919
PAGE TOUR Evening Caledonian Establishcd 1837 Published daily, except Sundays Evening Caledonian Publishing Co. 125 Eastern Avenue Herbert A. Smith, Editor and Publisher St. Johnsbury, Vt. Telephone 660 TERMS By mail, $4 a year; six months $2; thrce months, $1. Deliv ered by carrier in St. Johnsbury at 50 cents a month. Ali subscriptions by order of the government are pay able in advance. As members of the Associated Fress that organization is entitled ex clusively to the use for republica tion of ali news despatches credited to it or not othewise credited in this paper and also the locai news pub lished herein. Ali rights of repuMi cation of special despatches , hecein . are also reserved. speaking engagements are taking him rather close , to Hon. Fred H. Bab bitt's home. , No doubt Mr. Stone gave them a xattling good address at White Riveli Junction. Right here in Washington, county we aie rather proud of V.iis fluent speaker. Hon. Alexander Dunnett of St. Johnsbury has ali t'.ic running qualities lean RTifl wellset un. His wind is good. L Some vpbuld term Hon. M. S. Stone as just a little stuDDy but cieciueuiy cjuick in action. We are rather in clined to think that Mr. Stone would be toio much for Mr. Dunnett. You can't, just nlways somethnes teli. Watt rbury. Record. WHEELOCK Entered as second-class matter May 1, 1916, at the post office at St. Johnsbury, Vermont, under the'act of March 3, 1879. TUESDAY, AUGUST 26, 1919, PRESS COMMENT Wherc Was Dillingham When the Light Went Out v (Bennington Banner) According to the Washington dis patches Scnator Page voted to ieturn the daylight saving law. This makes twice that Senator Page has voted with constituents on importanf is sucs recently. We do not find jSen ator Dillingham's name in the list of thosc who voted to return this great privilege for the man who works for a living. ' wquirc Dunnett for Govei-r.or Lieut-Gov. Mason S. Stone's Mrs. Lizzie Doloph and daughters, Róse and Doris, of New York City are visiting hcr sister, Mrs. G. A. Ploberts. Irving Taylor's parents, Mr. and Tffrs. Waldo Taylor, of Franconia, N. H., visited him last Sunday. Irving 'laylor accomiwnied them home for a week's visit. 1 ' ' Riverside frange will hold their annua! fair, Sept. 18. (Thursday). Everybody, is expected and askcd to join with them and bring cxhibits. Homer Bcnnett carne home last Tuesday from gevcral weeks' stay with relàtives in Derby whcre he went for a visit. He returned much improved. ' J S Sfilili W. W. Sanborn and wife returned last Saturday from Laconia, N. IL, wherc they bave been spending two weeks with relàtives. i George Wced of Lyhdon has pur chased S. W. Drake's villagc fami. Possession given Oct. 1. Sev;ral from this villagc bere at tended the Chautauqua the past week. ' - - 1 s ! 1 The Sunday school will hold a pie-, nic in H. J. Mathcwson's sugar giove this week Thursday. SJ W. Drikc is this week moving to Hyndon Center. Mrs. V. R. Wccd of St. Johnsbury Constipatìon Results When Ho? JWeather Stops Exercise WHEN the system has become accustomed to a certain daily routine of exercise and food, health is quick to suffer if that rout inó is interfered with. The bowels are first to notice the change. n.ffaAnft walar ì. nnimli tn rnncti. rnmliinalmn nf imnir IavaÌv lirK wim pepsin wmcn trains the iiomacn- muscles to do their work naturally so .i i- ii i . i inai medicine can De uupensea wiin. - i ii i ti i i-i paté. Changes o( food when trovcling, much sitting by thosc accustomed to long walks will do it. It is especial ly true that when eldcrly people change their routine they quickly become constipated. Yct elderly people should be paiticularly careful to keep their bowels open, espcci , ally during the hot months. tpt A better remedy for the purpose can ' not be found on a druggist's shelf than . Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pcpsin. It is a éfY-Dr Caldwells litui iiivu-ui.ii vuii ui.iii;u4VU imi Only a small dose is needed, and unlike harsh Dhvsics and catliartics. it acts gcntly and without griping. . . 1 jvnv, v. j i J ' a v. J .3 1 1 1 vai. bought at any drug store for 50c and $ I, the luttcr the fomily si?.e, or a (tee trial bcitlc will be sent on receipt of your address to Dr. W. B. Caldwcll, 480 Washington St., Monacello, 111. 3Yrrup Peio et JaxatiOQ BUSINESS DIRECTORY carne Thursday to spcnd a few days at her sons, A. E. Weed's for a few days. Mrs. Clara Eastman returned Mon day from Littleton, N. II., whqrc she went last week to accotnpany hor daughter, Adelaide, home. Miss Adelaide has been spending some time in Littleton. BARNET n Iti yftrut imr -tmr I We can only give the benefit of last years price on what PAPEC blowers we have in stock because the price was advanced AUSUST 10. We have a few left which.were bought on contract, therefore get your order in at once. Ralph Smith, wife and little son from Boston are visiting at the home 1 of bis mother. Ralph is a salesman j in the R. IL White store in Boston. Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Block wlio lirivo lipnn visitino- f riends in S. i Johnsbury returned to Barnet Satin-- . ! day. j i Miss Ailccn Albre who has been visiting Marjoric Albee has gonc to ' Hardwick. Dr. and Mrs. Robert Hazclton and ! daughter, Edith, werc guc.sts at j "The Maples" in Littleton, N. IL, j Friday. Edith Wallace, who has ' been spending the last two weeks J therc rclunrned home with them. Mrs Mrs. Walter Johnson, Mrs. Claude Gilfdlan and Sumncr Gilfìllan i were recent visitors in Lisbon, N. IL Kodak Complete your vacation equipment by taking your Kodak and a good supply of Eastman Film with you. Be prepared for the picture stoiy of your vacation. Randalt & Whìtcomb St. Johnsbury, Vt. The Strongest Insurance in the World IS WRITTEN BY ' ' The Crawford Rannej; Agency G. n. Morrill M. L. Undcrwood Pythian Building DR. DALE S. ATWOOD OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Citlzena Bank Building By Appolntment Trnsaes Fitted for Raptaro CHAS. S. HASTINGS INSURANCE 20 Main Street Oflice Tel. 11-W. Res. Tel. 442-J St. Johnsbury, Vt. RICHARDS VULCANIZING CO. CALDERWOOD BLOCK 4C Pcarl Street St. Johnsbury, Vermont Telephone 495-W E. C. SMITH 101 Eastern Avenue jBooks, Stationcry, Periodicals, Con- fcctionary, Cigars, Notions. The Northeastern Teachers' Agency Supplies Schools with Teachers, Teachers with Schools Writc, Phone or Cali 29 Main Street, St. Johnsbury, Vt. Dunnelt, Sliields & Conant LAWYERS Tel. 65 St. Johnsbur,, Vt. W. A. FREEMAN Upholsterer Furnituro Rcpaircd and Rcfinished. Mattresscs re-made over. AH work done at your house or Store Tel. 628-R 55 Eastern Avenue. IF YOU WANT Monumcnts and Markers Cali to G. E. Veilleux Granito Co., where you can see the work ali set up before you buy. The show room is opposite the Passcnger Station, St. Johnsbury, Vermont. Mrs. Jean S. Goodrich PIANOFORTE INSTRUCTION 32 Spring Street. Tel. 647-W JOHN F. HINCII - Special Agent New England Mutual Life Ins. Ce. of Boston 42 E. Ave., Calderwood Euilding Tel. 495-M A. S. HASKINS Eyes Examined Glasse Fnrnlshed SPECIALIST IN GPTOMETRY St. Johnsbury, Vermont MERCHANTS BANK BLOCK DR. J. D. BACHAND DENTIST Pvthian. Building;, St. lohnsbory W. W, SPRAGUE & SON GENERAL AGENTS NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY Montpelier, Vt. ' , Also Agents for Fire, Accidcat, Health, Bo.ker, Piate Glass, Burglary, Automobilo and Corapensation lusuranco Pythian Building, St. Johnsbury, VL Telephono 33-M SHOE SUINE PARLOR AH kinds of Hats clcaned. Ali work guaranteed. 25 Eastern Ave., St. Johnsbury, Vt. PALMER BROS. Dry Cleaning, Dycing and Repairing. 78-80 Eastern Ave., St. Johnsbury, Vt. UPTURE I guarantee every truss I fit to hold the ruptnre perfect ly, to be easy and comfort able, to give complete satls faction in every way. WELCOME B. EASTMAN SAMUEL MAROWITZ Re- SHOES and RUBBERS W. L. Douglas Shoes for Mcn. pairing a Specialty. G3 Eastern Ave., St. Johnsbury, Vt. We have on hand a good supply of belting which we are selling under the present market. We have oils, f resh batteries, engine and cut ter parts in stock but you should order early be cause shipments are far worsc than usuai. A. E. Corniseli & Son Ii WWWMawj ..WCTCTnitwneirtr.r n, Win II U Ulti l"m""''1''JM'f 1 GUY W. HILL Lawyer St. Johnsbury Vermont DR. W. A. GAGE CHIROPRACTOR Spinai troublo a specialty. Office hours 2 until 4 every afternoon. Monday, Wcdncsday and Friday eve ning, 7 until 8. Calderwood Eldg., Phono C58-M .FRANK B. JACQUES Superinlcndcnt Metropolitan Idfc Insurance Co. New York Office in Citizens Bank Block DR. BERT E. DOYLE DENTIST 25 Eastern Ave., St. Johnsbury, Vt. General Tractice Phone 289-W St. Johnsbury, Vermont Mnlan-, 111 75c House Broom for 50c $1.00 House Broom for 67c $1.50 Barn or Mill Broom for $1.00 G. C. FRYE LAWYER Citizens Bank Building , St. Johnsbury, Vt. Tel. 205-M SEARLES & GRAVES LAWYERS Citizens Bank Block St. Johnsbury Vermont This Paper Is Your Ally JAMES B. CAMPBELL ATTORNEY AT LAW 57 Eastern Avenue, St. Johnsbury New England Telephone B. FRANK HARRIS TEACHER OF PIANO Pythian Building, St. Johnsbury, Vt T. R. STILES, M. D. Office in Merchants Bank Block. Office Hours: 10 to 12 a. m., 1.30 to 4.00 p. m. , Rheumatism, Asthma and diseases of lungs DR. F. O. MOORE DENTIST Calderwood Building, 42 Eastern Ave. St. Johnsbury, Vermont Office Hours 912. 1.305. Phone 309 THE GEORGE P. MOORE INSURANCE AGENCY Insurance Any Kind 26 Eastern Avenue Porter, Witlcrs & Harvcy The Cozy Furniture Store ATTORNEYS AT LAW Citizens Bank Building St. Johnsbury, Vermont 1 j Plenty of hot water for OHrneeds is just as neces sary as that demanded by your family. Whytrytodo with a luke-warm bath or cold shaving water when you may be sure of hot water in abund- ance not only for yourself, but for the whole family by installing a Duratfalov Automatic 'Gas Water Heater in your kitchen. The turn of a faucet produces hot water instantly at ony 'hot water faucet, any hour, day or night. Your appreciation of hot water "Quick. as-a-Wink" the "Bungalow" way heated with gas, the clean, econ omica! fuel, will be a daily pleasure. . We will demonstrate the "Bungalow" , for you in our showroom, or our hot water man will cali at your office promptly on request, Th. "Bungalow'! St. Johnsbury Gas Company GRANDMOTHER USED MUSTARD PLASTERS TO RELIEVE CONGESTED CQND1TI0NS Gr'andmother also walked to town if she Avishcd to do any shopping. Do. you wish to return to Grand inother's times or take an elevatcd car? This comparison is brought before you for the simple purpoe of illustrating w hy peo ple of today that are up-to-date use MINTOL in preferente to using mustard plastcrs and smelly mustard cream for colds in the head, catarrh, grip, bronchitia or pneumonia simply apply a hot, wet towel to flie throat and lungs for five minutes then apply MIN- TOT vnKKinn. tl-i ni-mi crlil v in fnr fi vp rviiiiiitps ntirl rnvpr tlip Tinrts with a hot 1 V1J J uuuiu iì. v ...w - y dry flannel, so arranged as to allow the vapors arising from the MINTOL to be inhaled. This treatment will be found as much an improvement over the old-fashioned. mustard blisters and crcams as the elevated is over walking. NOTICE MONTOL is the latest sdentine discovery for the treatment of ali tongested conditions sudi as occur in Spanisi. Influenza, Grip, Pneumonia and Bronchial alfections. It kills the' Influenza and Grip germ and acts as an antiseptic in healing inflamed throats or nostrils. For boarseness, a little of the MINTOL applied to the back of the tongue will give instant relief. SGc, 60c and $1.25 a jar. If your druggist cannot sup ply you we will send you a jar on receipt of price, THE HOME RELIEF LABORATORIES, MALDEN, MASS. LYNDON VILLE Harold Wairen of Woodsville is visiting his aunt's, Mrs. Charles Wil loughby and Mrs. L. T. Huntlcy. Rcv. E. G. Frcnch of Danville is, calling on friends in town. . Mr. and Mrs. William Walerman and daughter, Marion, of Somcrville, Mass., are visiting her sister, Mrs. Ora Drcw.. Milflred Ilanscom of Yonkers is visiting at C. M. Darling's. Miss Helen Donahue of Manehcs-, ter, N. IL, was a rcecnt visitor at G. F. Ferguson'.. Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Ferguson and Tir. an.l Mrs. G. A. Ferguson return-, ed Saturday from Old Orchard whcre they enjoyed a week's vacation. SAUGENT BROTHERS ORCHESTRA Music for ali occasions. For informa tion address C. L. Sargcnt, Manager, P. O. Box S52. 'Dealer in second-hand burniture. Utoves bought, sold and exchanged. I .. ti i :nn.nr. lrtwpat. ICe-tire JaaDy tauuista prices. N. DUMAS, Manager Phone C7a-M 84 Eastern Avenue BULK LICENSES Flashlights repaired wait. The Peck Co. while you Woodside House DANVILLE Special attention to Auto- mobilists and parties. Ali modem imfrovements Large airy rooms, Chicken dinners a specialty. Fresh eggs Fresh cream. Home-rnake butter Here's the ideal place for a week-end rest. Ali persona selling milk or cream regularly to private families, hoteb or restaurtnts, or over the countcr or whether delivercd or called for, must bave a licensc. ' i Liccused dealer wishing to buy milk from other dairies must know that such daiiics and premir.es bave been inspccted and licensed. Tlicre will be no fee charged for temporary licenses if application for same is madc before Aug. 2Sth. Annlif.'itions troni town of St. Johnsbury should be mane at once in writing, and mailed to Locai Health Oflìcer, Fred S. Harriman, St. Johns bury, Vt. Applications from ali other towns in Sanitary Districts No. 3, should be sent direct to District Health O (lì cer, Victor P. Genge, M. D., St Johnsbury, Vt. 50-5t INSURANCE Life, Accident & Health, Liability, Auto Fire. C. F. BOYNTON Citizens Bank Blk., St. Johnsbury, Vt TRY THIS: Commuter Cigar 10 Cdnts 3 for 25c BARQUIN'S Cigar Store Bowling Alley Passutnpslc Lodge, No.x27, F. ft A. 1 M. Called Communication, Thursday, Aug. 28, at 7.30 p. m. Work E. A. degrce. A good attendance is de riicd. Visitors welcome. Renular Communication Thursday evening, Sept. 4, at 7.30, for the dis patch of business. Birney Li. nani, w. Fred H. Dolloff, Secretar Haswell Royal Arch Chapter No. It Stated Convocation Friday evening, Sept. 12, at 7.30. Bloomfield A. Palmer, E. H. P. RAYMOND A. PEARL, Sec. Palestine Commandcry, No. 5, K. T. Stated Conclave, Tuesday evening, Septcmber 9th, at 7.30. Willard V. Orcutt, Cora, A. M. Lang, Recorder. NOTICE Dr. W. B. Fitch's office will be closed from August 2 until Sept 1, except by appointment. NOTICE Dr. B. E. Doyle's Dentist office will be closed from Aug. 8 to Aug. 29.