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CALEDONIAN-RECORD, THURSDAY, O.CTORER 10, 1919
GPECIFY Firestone Gray Sidewall
Tires when ordering your car and
make every mileyou drive a pleasanter,
easier, Iess expensive mile. You'ìl know
the feeling of confidence that really
dependable tires bring.
Most miles per dollar is a simplified
statement of Firestone economy. It
means the gréatest return oh your in
vestment, the biggest value for your
money.
The faithful service of the Firestone
Gray Sidewall Tire has been the talk of
car owners for the past year. It means
fewer tire troubles, Iess annoying delays,
Iess upkeep expense.
That a more liberal miìeage adjustment
is in efTect is only an additional reason
for riding on
EAST BURKE
Most Miles per Dollar
. , ! '
We have a supply pf
ali Sizes.
LYNDON VILLE
Adna Burrington is home fori the
winter, having finished his work at the
fire station on Burke mountain.
Earl Colby .spent a part of last
week with his brother, Cari and wife,
at St. Johnsbury.
Mrs. Gilman from Berlin, N. H.,
has been visiting her aunt, Mrs. Isiah
Mathers, the past week.
Mr .and Mrs. A. B. Colby were
Sunday visitors at Frank Mills at
Lyndon Center.
Mrs. Carrie Harvey of Lyndonville
is visiting Mrs. Ilelen Carpenter and
Miss Parker.
Burke Branch, Red Cross, will have
the annual meeting and election of
oflicers at West Burke, Friday Oct.
17, at two o'clock, at the church.
Miss Varney and Mrs. Margaret Hey
wood from St. Johnsbury will be pre
sent to further the new Red Cross
program and Home Service. It is
hoped there will be a good attendance.
Mrs. Jennie Gilson and Mrs. Daisy
Sherburn visited friends in St. Johns
bury Wednesday and Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Amasa Chase visited
friends in Sheffield last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Cari Frasier are
spending a few days in Camptorì, N.
H., with Mr. and Mrs. Walter SiLsby.
Mrs. Maggie Sullivan is clerking in
thei rstore during their absence.
Marguerite Holtham is spending
two weeks with her parents in Shef
field. Gladys Gray ìs taking her
place at Lyman Brown's during her
absence.
Harvey Bryant from Littleton, N.
II., was a recent visitor at Adna Bur
rington's. Mrs. George Burrington and Cath
erine visited relatives in St. Johns
bury last week.
There will be a community chicken
pie supper Tuesday evening, Oct. 28,
at the Congregational vestry.
Mrs. Clara Counter has returned
from several weeks in St. Johnsbury
! and is visiting at Frank Counter's be-
fore returning to her home in Meth
uen, Mass.
Mrs. W. S. Hardy was given a
party Saturday evening by her
friends and neighbors in honor of her
birthdav. ' :
Cari Harris spent a part of last
wppk nt Sneedwell Farms with his
urandparents, Mr. and Mrs. H.
Jcnkins.
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Daniela
Lvndonville were Sunday 'visitors
Edwin Hough's.
Mrs. Marv HofTman and Mrs. Char
lotte Hovey spent the day Thursday
with Mrs. Ray Smith.
Mrs. Mattie Whitney of Lyndon
ville visited her cousin, Mrs. Mary
Hubbard, the past week.
The Ladies 'aid of the Methodist
church met Wednesday afternoon
with Miss Elizabeth Jenkins.
Thomas McGlennon has returned
lEPllG ECZEMA
SOOK RELIEVED
of
at
A Perfect Treatment For Ttils
Distressing Complaint ,
Wasino :
"I had an attack of Weeping
Eczema; so bad that myclothea
would be wet through àt times.
I suffered terribly. I could get no
rclief until I tried 'Fruit-a-tives (or
Fruii Lìvcr Tablek) and 'Sootha
Salva'. The first treatment gave me
rclief. Altogether, I have used threa
boxes of 'Sootha Salva' and two of
'Pmit-a-tives'j and am cjitiroly well", '
G. W. HALL.
Both these remedies are sold by
dcaìers at K)e. a box, G for $2.50, or
sent by FItÙIT-A-TIVES Limited,,
OGDENSBURG, N.Y.
'"Fruit-a-tives" is also pu up iu a
trial size wliicli sells for 25c
Lighter Than Cork.
'Sin flower stalk pith, whlch ls nbont
ten times lighter than cork, ls used In
a llfe saving apparatus lnvented by a
Russi an.
2 il
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L, li ta "ti l i
tory
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rairoenKs dcaie rac
Skiltèa or Unskillea rf
Good chance for Young Mcn to grow up with a'
prospcrous business and securc a '
permanent position.
APPLY AT
Factory, St. JÉnsbury, Vt
SSIF
DEPT
TO RENT
TO RENT Tcnement at 71 Main
Street. 90-lw
TO RENT Furnished rooms at 37
Spring Street. 91-lw
WANTED
TO RENT Furnished room at 53
Main Street. Dl-lw
TO LET in the City of, Newport,
Vt. ,an old established photographer's
gallery; has been used as a gallery
for more than SO years, right on
Main street in business part of- city
of 6,000 inhabitants, up one flight,
steam heated, electric lights and run
ning water, good reception room, dark
room, dressing room and finishing
room. J. E. Foster, Newport, Vt.
93-3t
TO RENT Tenemcnt at 1C Port
land Street. Electric lights and gar
age. Telephonc 472-M. 94-lw
FOR SALE
llW
Dò not wait until the
last hodf ul is on the fire;
E. T. and
, Coal and Fèed
Tel. 384 . f Bay Street
BOWLING AND
BILL'ARDS
Soft drinks, ,cigars and
cigarettes . .
JOS. McCAFFREY
92 Railroad Street
Steam-heated rooms.
, The quickest anà moèt pròfìtable way to cash in
on Furs is by trapping.
Don't forget a whole Pelt brings far more than
one full of Buck Shot.
1 have in stock Blake & Lamb triple clutch: and
Kangaroo at right prices.
Railroad Street,
CHASE
. St. Johnsbury, Vermont
, 'Corp. E. F'Fisher;of the quarter
rtiasters corpsFort Èthan Alien, was
run over and fatally injured by a five
ton army truck opposite the head
quarters of E troop and died in about
two hours. The. accident happened as
Fisher was trying to jump on the
truck. In Some manner he f eli . under
the wheels. He was about 20 years
years old and cnlisted from New
York city.
... .. to his home in Springfield, Mass.
M. uampbeu was in Montpeuerj Mrs Mary She,.burn and daughtev,
wcunesuay on uusuieKs. Donna, and Geneva Day of Lyndon
lanci onapman visited at her par-'ville wcre week end vi.sit0rs at Jos-
j t t i ... .. et . i a rr '
oms, n. u. napman, in suuon ìues- h i)enonvine's.
;Jav- ! Henry Darling is attending Shes-
mrs. u. ioua rciurnea io ner hire school jn Roxbury, Conn.
home in Rowley, Mass., Wednesday. j M,.3 Henry cilmore from Chelms-
Mrs. J. T. Wilder is at her son's, fordf Mass f is visitjng her sister, Mrs.
Dr. Richard Wilder, in Whitefield, N. FJoyd Lund.
H- , ' 'H. D. Webster has sold his fami in
Mrs. Mary Brown, Mrs. Elvira Nèwark to a party from Canada.."
Gray and S. A. Mitchell were in Shef- M. nn() Mrs Eimel. Rlack and
elei Monday to attend a funeral of a two chiclren from Newport, were
friend- I Sunday visitors at H D Webster's
Miss Geneva Hale was at Barton
the first of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Daniels were
in St. Johnsbury Wednesday after
noon on business. , .. .
Mrs. Joseph Denonville was called
to Barnet Tuesday by the criticai ill
ness of the two months old baby of
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Denonville.
E. E. Ruggles of St. Johnsbuyr
Center was a business visitor in
twn Wednesday. ,
Mrs. Carrie Jeffers. has not been
as well as usuai this week being con-j
fined to her-bed for a few days.
' Charles ' Darling, Jr., is home from
Columbia University, N. Y.
A goodly number from here attend
ed the meeting of the Rebekahs at
St. Johnsbury Tuesday.
The friends of Mrs. Mabel Oakley
Shepherd are very sorry to hear that
she is ili at her home in Newport
with influenza.
Mrs .Lyman Wheeler of Woodsville
has been visiting her aunt, Mrs. W.
C. Gage.
Miss Ruth Houghton of Lyndon is
teaching in the seventh grade while
Miss Maude Smith is at home on ac
count of her mother's illness.
Mrs. Harry Hovey and daughter,
Doris," visited in St. Johnsbury Cen
ter recently.
The Woman's Foreign Missionary
society met at the home of Mrs.
Enoch Smith Tuesday afternoon.
There were fine program papers given
by Mrs. Wilbur Sherburne, Mrs. Clar
ence Webster, Mrs. Scott Farnum
and readings by . Mrs. Wm. McFar
lane and Mrs. J. W. Spencer. The
hostess served nice refreshments of
ice cream, cake and wafers.
Raymond Campbell and Cecil Burns
motored to Montpelier Wednesday.
Ruth Houghton is boarding with
Mrs. G. P. Greenslade on Main street.
Mrs. J. B. Cable returned home the
first of the week from East Concord
where she has been visiting her
mother, Mrs. Cole. t - '
Carolyn Darling left Wednesday
afternoon to attend Leland-Bowen
school in Massachusetts. :
Mrs. Edna Love of St. Johnsbury is
caring for E. A. Darling.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Dodge were
week end visitors in Fairlee with rel
atives. '
Geneva Day spent Sunday at Jo
seph Denonville's.
Used cars, tires and parts,
also new tires - lìrst quality
goods at second . quality
prices. we cut the pnee on
everything. We. have ali
kinds of used cars for .sale
cheap. "Used cars and junk
cars bought.
H. DOLGIN
UPTURE
I guarantee every truss I fit
to hold the rnpture perfect
ly, to be easy and comfort
able, to give complete aati
f action in every way.
WELCOME B. EASTMAN
80 Portland St., St. Johsbury
Tel. 537-M, or 537--
FOR SALE
Gasolene 26 l-2c per gallon.
Polarine Oil 15c per quart.
H. DOLGIN
, 80 Portland Street
FOR SALE
A small cottage and barn, onja acre
of land with big garden. - For sale
cheap.
One of the finest ' homes òn Main
Street. Barn, large garden, and lot of
land.
The Strongest Insurance in
! the World
IS WRITTEN BY. .
The Crawford Ranney
Agency
G. H. Monili
Pythian Building
Two tenement house with barn,
garage and good garden on the
plain.
Cbas. E. Kirk, St. Johnsbury
WANTED Waitres8 and kitchen
woman at once. 23 Main St. Tel.
CC-2. 61 tf
WANTED at once ' cxpeiienced
sales-ladies at the American Clothing
Company. .French speaking sales
ladies preferred. American Clothing
Company, Newport, Vt. 93-lwk
WANTED Plain sewing at home.
Prices reasonablc. Apply Mrs. J. C.
Little, Passumpsic, Vt. Phone Dan
ville 1G-2 91-lw
WANTED 1918 or '19 Dodge Tour
ing Car. Address "M" care of Cale
donian, stating conditiort and price.
91-lw
WANTED-rAt once, smart table girl
and kitchen girl. . Good pay to the
right party. Fairbanks Ihn. 82 tf
Single man for Night Clerk
at the New Avenue hotel at
once. ' 92 tf
WANTED A good reliable woman
or girl to do house work and care of
children. Good wages- and home for
the right party. Phone 25-W. 9214t
WANTED at once at the St. Johns
bury House, four beli boys. 90 tf
FOR SALE
FOR SALE 1000 Edison 60c re
cords while they last, 4 for $1.00. 2000
copies of 10 and 15c music, 3 for 25c.
McLean's Music Store,
FOR SALE Large Sterling rango.
Cali at G Mountain Avenue.' 93-lwk
20 ACRE FARM 3 miles from East
St. Johnsbury, comfortable buildings,
only $800. For quick sale will throw
in some hay, nearly ' new kitchen
range and pipe, parlor stove, 2 beds,
2 mattresses, 2 feather beds, chairs,
tables, ali cooking utensils, ali dishes
etc. Easy terms. A. B. Dow, 12 East
ern Ave. :. ; 88 tf
FOR SALE One pair of four-year-old
Holsteins, weight about 2500.
Good workers. B. A. Bigelow. 52tf
FOR SALE One gas stove hood, one
show case, one water cooler, one cof
fee urn and two stove curtalns. Tel.
175-31. 49tf
FOR SALE One Chevrolet tour
ing car, latest model; also one,
six cylinder Little, five passenger.:
Tel. 157, J. F. Adams, Lyndonvill. '
Vt. 47-W-F-S tf
SALESMAN The- Kemper Thomas
Co. wantò permanent, capable repr.
sentation in Vermont and New
Hampshire, mcn who are not afraid
to work. Our line is the best selling
proposition of its kind on the road,
consisting of calendars, ... hovelties,
cloth and leather goods, ali for ad
vertising. Most liberal terms. Give
us full information in first letter. Es
tablished customers. Eastern oflì e
822 Old South Building, Boc'o
- . ! t .85-91-97
FOR SALE Storage place for
autos, trucks, furniture, etc. O. V.
Hooker & Son. 69 tf,
WANTED Competent lady, with
two children desire3 position as
housekeeper foy reliable person. No
other need apply. Inquire at Caledo
nian office. j i)0-1w!:
WANTED To let job, clearing land.
Can furnish stump pòller. John M.
Brigham, Newport, Vt. ' 94-2t
WAITRESS" WANTED at Star rUs"
taurant. '' 94 tf
FOR SALE Five passenger touring
car with summer and winter topa. A.
B. Scott. 71 tf
FOR
Roy.
SALE A meat cart.
Roy &
73 tf
FOUD CAR for sale Spot light,
Storage battery and generator, tools
and 2 extra shoes included. Price
$325. Car in good condition. Address,
box 302, Lyndonville, Vt. 87-2w
FOR SALE One second hand Boyn
ton furnace in good condition. H. M.
Cheney, 19 ClifF street. Phone 169-J.
87 tf
No. 138 FOR SALE Seven room
cottage house with garden. On Rail
road Street. Price $2700. Caledònia
Real Estate Co. . 90 tf
WANTED by an experienced sten
ographer a position. Telephone 126
11. ' 94-lw
WANTED AT ONCE for College
House, one chamber maid and wait-
'ress, one kitchen woman. . Address,
Mrs. B. J. Campbell, Wellesley,
Mass. ' " 90-lwk
REAL ESTATE
One single house, also 1 two-tene-ment
house and two hunlred feet of
frontage on Railroad street. All for
$2800.
High-class 15 acre farm near Pas
sumpsic, house has new furnace and
Electric lights, cow, horse, pig, hens,
hay, tools, some lumber, $3500.
Nice large farm, stock, tools, crops,
will take good renting property in
M. L. Underwoed!?,- ... ,.
ABOUT 25 men for Hampshire Tan
ning Co., Whitefield, N. H., to learn
to become leather workers. Good pay.
short hours. Men with families will
be assisted in getting rents. 00-1 yr
WANTED at Brightlook hospital,
cook, ironer, and women to clean.
v. 81 tf
WANTED Pin boys at Barquin's
Bowling Alley, 4 cents a string. 53 tf
FOR SALE 1 "Stimpson" Electric
Coffe Mill, 14 Horse Power,' 110 V.
The Peck Co. 90tf .
FOR SALE One pair of heavy
work harness in good condition. Box
95, Mclndoes, Vt. 92-lwk
LOST
Gold Watch chain, with gold cigar
knife attached and gold card case
with Knights of Columbus insignia.
Articles lost after show Wednesday
evening between Lane's Opera House
and Macdiarmid corner. Suitable re
ward if returned to Ellis Austin, City
Farm, Newport, Vt. 90-Ct
WANTED Woman to care for eld-
erly paralytic 'woman. Write or tele
phone Walter Balch, Lunenburg, Vt.
93-5t
INSURANCE
Life, Accident & Health, Liability,
; Auto Fire:
C. F. BOYNTON
Citizens Bank Blk., St. Johnsbury, Vt
CHAS. S. HASTINGS
INSURANCE
t . . . . .
' 29 Main Street
Office Tj1. llrW. Rea. Tel. 442-J
; St. Johnsbury, Vt.
A. B. DOW, 12 Eastern Ave.
VILLAGE PROPERTY OF ALL
KINDS
W. W SPRAGUE & SON
GENERAL AGENTS
NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE
; ; COMPANY
Montpelier, Vt.
. Also Agents for
Ftre, Accident, Health, Bo.ier, Piate
Glass, Burglary, Automobile
and Compensation Insurance .
Pythian Building, St. Johnsbury, Vt
, Telephone 39-M
WANTED At once a man to take
charge of our work in Lyndonville
and vicinity selling our line of goods,
Steady work and a good chance, for
a hustler. Wire or prone, Grand
Union Tea Co., Burlington, Vt.
WANTED Women or girla
New Method Laundry.
WANTED Waitress
Johnsbury House.
at
at the
78 tf
St.
the
89 tf
WANTED Woman for general
housework. Telephone 325. 92 tf
WANTED Woman to do.washing.
Telephone 231-M. 92tf
WANTED A housekeeper by an
American widpwer, with son ' ten
vears old. Address. G. M. L., 5 Pine
St., St. Johnsbury, Vt.,
WANTED.
tailor
93-lt
Girl or woman to help
Apply at once to H. J. Free-
stone,'82 Railroad street. 93 lt
BOARDERS Wanted at
Street.
21
Main
94 tf
,-. AUTO FOR HIRE
Easy riding Ford Touring car, care
ful driver, reasonable prices. P. R.
Clifford, 14 Main Street. Tel., onice
93-M, House S26-W.
THE COWLES PRESS ,
PRINTERS OF EVERYTHING
Stationery, Post Carda, Dainty
Things for Holidays and Birthdays.
. MAPLE GROVE CANDIES
83-87 Eastern Ave., . St. Johnsbury
LOST Portf olio filled with automo
bile catalogues and other valuable
papers on October 7 between Island
Pond and Lyndonville via Charleston
or between Sheffield and Lyndonville.
Return to J. F. Adams, Lyndonville,
and receive suitable reward. 94-3t,
Daily Thought
Ali th'.ngs are Jn fate, yet ali thingfi
ere not decreed by fate. Plato.
First Printed Book.
Accordlng to Petlgrewi the first book
printed in type wns the Latin BIble.
It was printed by John Gutenberg at
Mayence, about 1455. There are only
20 eopies of this editìon known to ex
Ist, and (he workmnnship In type, Ink,
and pnper, were better thou : in any
subsequent editìon for two hundred
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