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CALEDONIAN-RECORD, SATURDAY, OCTOBEJl 18, 1919
PAGE TIIREE! & f Il's refreshing io be ablc lo finti one lypc of Coat that is not being vvoin by evcry Tom, Dick and Harry for instance the new doublc-brcasled model in the fall line of LYNDONVILLE Thesc nifly gnnvicnts bave a Waist line sanie ali aroiind, vellicai wclt pockets and soft front. They aie new in design, strik iiisv in uppcarance, and you will bc surpriscd at our moderate priccs. $3 and More PHONE 417-M PHONE 417-M Osse Price !o AI! i ..ii. i ' " " "rrrr .... , Mi', and Mrs. George Houghton from Bangor, Me., are visitnig bis sister, Annie Houghton, and calling bn other friend. A. L. Finney has been visiting his friend, Henry Kilby of Walpole, N. H. .1. P. Webster is at Eugene Corliss' in Boltonville for a visit. , Mrs. L. C. Todd and daughter, Avis returned to their home Friday aftev noon after spending several days bere with old friends. Mrs. Lewis Gordon is very ili with kidney trouble. A trained nurse U caring for her. Miss Annio Daniels of St. Johns bury 'was in town Friday on busi ness.' Mrs. E .A. Daniels was a Caller at Lyndon Friday. The many friends of Eva Woods are gì ad to know that she is makir-g satisi'actory recovery from her oper-ation. $100 Reward, $100 The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded dlsease that Bclence hag been able to cure in ali Ita stages and that ls catarrh. Catarrh being greatly inlluenced by constttutional conditions requires conatitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Medicine 4s taken internally and acts thru tho Blood on the Mucoub Sur faces of the System thereby destróying the foundation of the disease. givlng the patiént strength by building up the con stitutloh and assisting nature In doing lts work. The proprietors have so irtuch faith In the curative power of Hall's Catarrh Medicine that they offer One Hundred Dollars for ahy case that lt falls to cure. Bend for list of testlmonlals. Address F. J". CHENEY & CO., Toledo, Ohio. Sold by ali Druggista, 75c. , WEST DANVILLE WHEELOCK Mr. and Mrs. Homcr Dezan and sons, Albert and Milo were called to Morrisville Saturday by the sudden dcath of her grandmother, Mrs. De Mcrritt, an aged lady. Arthur Gray attended the pictures at Greensboro Bend Saturday even ing. Greta Gray speht Sunday at her boarding place. The road men have finished work on the state road in Wheelock. Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Kogers and daughters, Hazel and Ruth Bartktt, attended the pictures Saturday even ing. L. D. Leavitt visited in Earton Monday where he purchased his daughter a ìcw stcrling Silver watch. He iliade the trip in Abbie Stern burg's auto. NORTH DANVILLE ÌT. JOHNSBURY CENTER Miss Eliza Wheaton of Newl-ury rpent a part of the week with ber brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Wheaton. Mrs. Elien Canning and so'i, H. A. Canning of East Charleston visit ed Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Morrill, recently. Mrs. Cora Joyce who has been yisiting in Canada several weeks has returned to hei: home here. There will be preaching cervice at the Congrega ional church at the usuai hour of lO.-l.'i a. ni. Special Hntrinj? by the choiv of girl-'. Tho subiect by the pator wi'l bn Rail roads Re-echoing God's Warnings. Mrs. Roland Chase and daughter. Beulah of Wpst Burke spcnt Friday with Rev. anfl Mrs. M. G. Tupper. Mrs. Viloa., Tupper a ìd three chil dron of Nova Scotia are viViting ;.t the home of ber sister, Mrs. M. G. Tupper. We have ali a suppiy Sizes. of EAST RYEGATE Do not wait until the last hodful is on the fire. . T. an Goal and Feed Tel. 384 Bay Street Mrs. Lucila Manchester of Mcln--loes spent a few days at W. S. Lach lin's the first of thc'wcck. Mis. .). Levault, who has been ili he past week, went to Cottage hospi tal Wednesday. Mrs. E. N.Villis and Mrs. F. IL Powers visited their father in South Darre Monday. Clarencc Bedell was ili several days last weok with the grippe. Miss Glen Bell of Lyndonville was the guest of her cousin, Dorothy Franklin, several days last week. There was no school in the gran nar rooms last week owing to the 111 ness of the teaeher, Miss Clifford. Miss Edith Nelson attended the teachers' convention at Montpelier last week. Geo. Anderson and son, Raymond, returned from Boston Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Livermore Bailey of Calgary, Alberta, were guests at H. M. Carruth's Saturday. Clarence Bedell went to Brightlook Hospital, St. Johnsbury, Wednesday por treatment for his eyes. M' and Mrs. Lyman Monili and Leslie Morrill left for Pasadena, Cai., Tuesday where they will make thei; home. Mr. and Mrs. Monili were vei v nomila r vounir nconle and will be greatly missed by their many friends. Mrs. Edward Stone and little sor.. Bartlett, of White River Junctioi visited at C. T. and B. A. Clifford' Tuesday and Wednesday. Mrs. Mantie Palmer who has been visitimi at Ray Palmer's has return ed to her olirne in St. .Tohnshuiv. Mi'.i, Robert McGill who recently went to Brightlook Hospital is gain ing. 1 Prof. IL A. Ligett of Burlington gave a Poultry Demonstration at l'reeman Alle i s Tuesday. Mrs. Ollie Exeley, Mrs. Nottie Bur bank and Miss Ella Gray attended the Teachers' Convention in Montpclirr last week. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Sanborn vi - ited at Mrs, F. B. Ainsworth's in Danville Friday. Miss Emily Armstrong has gone to St. Johnsbury to work. -, , Mrs. Sidney Harding and son, Wen-1 dell, who has been visiting her fath er, Oliver McCoscò, has returned home. Miss Cora Curtis ' of Passumpsc was a guest of Mrs. J. S. Gibson a id Mrs. E. H. Badger recently. Giace Mason club of Passunipsie met with Mrs. E. H. Badger Friday and those present were Mrs. L. C. Ayer, Mrs. Isaac Shatney, Mrs. J. S. Champany and Mrs. P. T. Ear nctt. Isaac Shatney brought thém in his auto. Read the Display Adv's -AT ory Fairbanks Soaie Feo! y Skilled or Unskilled Good chance for Young Men to grow up with a prospcrous business and secure a permanent position. APPLY AT Factory, St. Johnsbury, Vt GLA SSIFIED DEPT TO RENT TO RENT Tenement at 71 Street. 90-lw Main WANTED TO RENT Furnished rooms at 37 Spring Street. 91-lvv TO' RENT FiTrnished room at 53 Main Street. 01-lw TO RENT Rooms at 13 Pearl St. Telephone 138-W. 95 3 t BARNET NOTICE Please take notice that the Annual Meeting of the Cale donia County Chapter of the American National Red Cross will be held on October 22nd, 1919, at two p. ni., at the Arm ory at St. Johnsbury, Vermont, for the election of offlcers and the transaction of such other business as may come before the Chapter. Each member is earnestly urged to be present. L VERA D. HOOKER, Secretary. The quickest and niost profitable way to cash in on Furs is by trapping. Don't forget a whole Pelt brings far more than one full of Buck Shot. I have in stock Blakc & Lamb triple clutch and Kangaroo at right prices. Railroad Street, St. Johnsbury, Vermont Delicious Ice Creara Mrs. R. IL Hazelton entertairied the chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution from St. Johns bury Wednesday afternoon at her home. The usuai meeting of the chapter was held early hi the after noon and Mrs. Carrie Taplin Hillman gave an interesting paper on the early educational institution of Ver mont. After the regular meeting closed the guests were entertained by their hostess who showed theni a great many interesting and valuable antiques and family relics with most interesting history. At five p. m., re freshnients were served. Those pres ent from St. Johnsbury were Mrs. Re becca Fairbanks, Mrs. Birney Rob inson, Mrs. Herbert Baldi, Mrs. James Weeks, Mrs. Pearl, Mrs. Welch, Mrs. Charles Stevens, Mrs. Margaret Heywood, Mrs. Grint, Mrs. Carrie Hinman, Mrs. Perley Hazen, Mrs. Ella Horner, Miss Cornelia Fairbanks, Mrs. James McGill. The W. C. T. U. held their meet ing Thursday at the home of Mrs. Perley Ayer. Subject "Why we Wear the White Ribbon. Paper by Mrs. Charles Dow. A good number of people from here attended the chicken pie supper at Barnet Center, Friday, with over ZOO present. A hne supper was serv ed and a good sum added to the treasury of the Ladies' society. Mrs. Mariraret Hevwood of St. John sbury was a recent visitor at the home of Edith Wallace. John White is quite sick at present writing. Mrs. Margaret Hale and Mrs. Ach illis of West Barnet were here j Wednesday to attend a meeting of the executive board of the Red Cross. TO RENT A Furnished steam heat ed room at 2G Central Street. 93 tf f "ÒÌM-:NT Ten7ment at lOO" Port land Street. Electric lights and gar age. Telephone 472-M. 94-lw BOWLING AND BILL'ARDS Soft drinks, cigars and cigarettes JOS. McCAFFREY 92 Railroad Street Steam-heated rooms. UPTURE I goarantee erery trnss Ifit to hold the ruptnre perfect ly, to be easy and comfort able, to give complete ti f action in e very way. . WELCOME B. EASTMAN The Strongest Insurance in the World IS WRITTEN BY The Crawford Ranney Agency G. n. MomU M. L. Underwood Pythian Building WANTED Waitress and kitchen woman at once. 23 Main St. Tel. G3-2. 61 tf WANTED at once experienced sales-ladies at the American Clothing Company. French speaking sales ladies preferred. American Clothing Company, Newport, Vt. V À N T ED Pia i nsewi ng at Piices reasonable. Apply Mrs. J. C. Little, Passumpsic, Vt. Phone Dan ville 1C-2 91-lw V A N T E D 19 1 8 o7 '1 9 iJodge Yom ing Car. Address "M" care of Cale donian, stating condition and price. 91-lw 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 range. Cali at C Mountain Avenue. 93-lwk uj-iwk old ii0isteins, home. Good workers. WANTED At once, smart table girl and kitchen girl. Good pay to the right party. Fairbanks Inn. 82 tf FOR SALE One pair of four-year- weight about 2C00. B. A. Bigelow. 52tf FOR SALE One gas stove hood, ono show case, one water cooler, one cof fee urn and two stove curtains. Tel. 175-31; 49tf FOR SALE Storage place for autos, trucks, furniture, etc. O. V, Hooker & Sòn. 69 tf FOR SALE Five passenger touring car with summer and winter tops. A. B. Scott. 71 tf ri ! n -xt li i Gingie man ior i igni uienc i for 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 SALE A meat cart. Roy. Ford car Roy & 73 tf SALESMAN The Kemper Thomas Co. wants permanent, capable repr. sentation in Vermont and New Hampshire, men who are not afraid to work. Olir line is the best selling pronosition of its kind on the road, consisting cf calendars, novelties, cloth and leather goods, ali for ad vertising. Most liberal terms. Give us full information in first letter. Es tablished customers. Eastern offi 3 822 Old South Building, Bo.o" 85-91-97 FOR SALE A small cottage and barn, one acre of land with big garden. For sale cheap. One of the finest homes on Main Street. Barn, large garden, and lot of land. Two garage plain. tenement house with. barn, and good garden on the WANTED Competent lady, with two children desires position as housekeeper for reliable person. No other need apply. Inquire at Caledo nian office. 90-1 wk WAITRESÌFWANTED at Star Res taurant. 94 tf WANTED by an experienced sten ographer a position. Telephone 126 11. 94-lw 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. Caledonia Real Estate Co. 90 tf FOR SALE 1 "Stimpson" Electric Coffe Mill, Vt Horse Power, 110 V. The Peck Co. 90tf Lighter Than Cork. SuLflower stalk pith, whlch is abont ten tlmes lighter than cork, ls used In a llfe sa vlng, apparatila lnvented by a Hussian. Chas. E. Kiik, St. Johnsbury REAL ESTATE One single house, also 1 two-tene-ment house and two hunlred feet of frontage on Railroad Street. Ali for $2800. High-class 15 acre farm near Pas sumpsic, house has new furnace and EJectric lights, cow, horse, pig, hens, hay, tools, some lumber, $3500. Nice large farm, stock, tools, crops, : will take good rentintr nroperty in trade. Village property of ali kinds. ABOUT 25 men for Hampshire Tan ning Co., Whitefìeld, N. H., to learn to become leather workers. Good pav. short hours. Men with families will be assisted in getting rents. . -i .-1 n1 WANTED Pin boys at Barquin's Bowling Alley, 4 cents a string. 53 tf WANTED Woman to care for eìd erly paralytic woman. Write or tele phone Walter Balch, Lunenburg, Vt, 93-5t 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. FOR SALE One pair of heavy work harness in good condition. Box 95. Mclndoes, Vt. 92-lwk FOR SALE Four good cows to freshen soon. Tel. Concord 44-5. Box 60, Waterfovd, Vt. 96-3t FOR SALE A Stanley steam tour ing car. Boiler new from factory, car thoroughly overhauled, extra new tire. Car in perfect condition. C. E. Jones, 41 Pearl Street. 87-3wk WANTEI Women or girls at the New Method Laundry. 78 tf WA NT È D V oman for general housework. Telephone 325. 92 tf WANTED Practical meat man wanted. One speaking French and English preferred. Apply to Leith ead's Market, Newport, Vt. 96 tf WANTED a woman to do cleaning at Brightlook HospitaL 96 tf and Sodas. Also hot drinks. Fresh home made Candy every day at the CONCORD CANDY KITCHEN 69 Railroad Street INSURANCE Life, Accident & Health, Liability, Auto Fire. C. F. BOYNTON Citizens Bank Blk., St. Johnsbury, Vt CHAS. S. HASTINGS INSURANCE 29 Main Street Office T;1. 11-W. Res. Tel. 442-J St. Johnsbury, Vt. A. B. DOW, 12 Eastern Ave. VILLAGE PROPERTY OF ALL KINDS WANTED Woman to do washing and ironing. Telephone 231-M. 96 tf 21 Main 94 tf BOARDERS Wanted at Street. WANTED Women to do washings Monday with a machine. Telephone. 341-M. 95- tf W. W: SPRAGUE & SON GENERAL AGENTS NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY Montpelier, Vt. Also Agents for Pire, Accident, Health, Bo.ìer, Piate Glass, Burglary, Automobile and Compensatlon Insurance Pythian Building, St. Johnsbury, Vt! Telephone S9-M WANTED AT ONCE a good plain cook in family of five, two adults and three children, in West Newton, Mass., a suburb of Boston, nine miles out. Must be wilhng, neat and a Protestaiit. No laundry work or waiting on table. Beside cooking would have care of front part of house downstairs, three rooms. Would have a warm, well lighted comfortable room to herself and use of bathroom. A Nova Scotia Protestant nurse is kept who also waits on table. Wages to the right person $12 a week. Would refer for further particulars to Mrs. R. E. Wil der, Whitefìeld or to Mrs. A. C. Noyes, 93 Main St., St. Johnsbury. Apply at once to Mrs. C. E. Pich hardt, C02 Highland Ave., West New-i ton, Mass.. . 95-3 t AUTO FOR HIRE Easy riding Ford Touring car, care ful driver, reasonable prices. F. R. Clifford, 14 Main street. Tel., office 93-M, House 326-W. THE COWLES PRESS PRINTERS OF EVERYTHING Stationery, Post Cards, Dainty Things for Holidays and Birthdays. MAPLE GROVE CANDIES 83-87 Eastern Ave., St Johnsbury FOR SALE Gasolene 26 l-2c per gallon. Polarine Oil 15c per quart. H. DOLGIN ,:! 80 Portland Street FOR SALE Used cars, tires and parts, also new tires first quality goods at second , oualitv prices. We cut the price on everything. We have ali kinds of used cars for sale cheap. Used cars and junk cars bought. II. DOLGIN 80 Portland St., St. Johsbury Tel. 537-M, or 537-J "Knocked Into a Cocked Hat." The meaning of this1 expression is not generally known. "Cocked hnt" was a variely of the game of tenpins, in whlch onlj three were used, set up nt angles of a triangle. When," In bowling nt tenpins, ali were knocked down except the three at the cor ners, the set was suicl to be "knocked luto a cocke'l hat."