CÀLEDONÌAN-RECORD, TUESDAY, JANUARY 6,1920
Advertisements jYou Should
Here Are Dealers
Who Want To Help
IT'LOUR retailers listed here sell United
States Grain Corporation Standard Pure.
This means that they have joined hands withj
the Government to bring flòur prlces down.f
By buyinè Government flour of these dealers
you help reduce the high cost of Iiving every-J
Government flour is sold at prices around 75
cents for 12-pound packages and $1.50 for
2 tl2-pound packages. This is not a war flour,
not a wholei wheat flour but white flour just
like the flour you have eaten ali your life.
Buy this good flour favored by good cooks at
any of these dealers
Retailers NOW selliti United States Grain Cor
GRE Al" ATLANTIC & PACIFIC TEA COMPANY
Wholesalers who have ordered and will supply re
tailers 0:1 arrivai:
Holbrook Grocery Company, Burlington, Vt.
Burlington Grocery Company, Burlington, Vt.
Holbrook Grocery Company,
White River Junction, Vt.
For further information wrìte
United States Grain Corporation
Flour DivUioa , , ; .
.42 Broadway ... New York .
- . i
The Corporation rescrves the right to discontinue pub
lishiog lists of dealers handling this flour without notice.
'byTHE CORNER. GARAGE I NC
D'" ON'T wonder wlic'thcr you should gel acquatateli wittì
vulcanizing or not. Let us demonstrate the fact to
you that ve can beai a blowout and so strengtlicp
the casing thalì it will serve you or a long whilc afterward.
'A quiet marriago. waj solcmnizcd
at tho home of .Mr.. and Mrs., Alien
Hodgden New Yeav's day at noon,
when their only daughter, Florence
Lucy. Hodgdon was united in mar
rìage'to Eugenc F. Ellingwood ' of
Manchester, N. II. The ceremony l
wUs performcd by Rcv. George . S.
Smith of the Methodist church in the j
preserice of the immediato family
una a icw guests ìncnuiing mr, an i
Mrs. Nelson . Burt, .Mrs... George
Smith, J)r. K. T. Johnson, of thi.;
town aiìd Mr. and Mrs. James Kay of
St. Johnsbury. The bride was mar
ried in her traveling . sui't of blue
?;erge with hat to match. They werc
unattended. Mr. Elliimwood rcturn-
ed last March from a year's scrvicc !
overseas unii Ì3 manager of the '
Pvospect' Street Garage, ' Manchester,
N. H., and in this town they will
inake their home. "Mrs. Ellingwood
ls a popular young wonian, a gradu
ate 'of Ctincord Junior High school
and a succcssful teach'er this year,
having been engaged at Concord Col
er. Immeditely after the ceremony
dinner was served, the young coùple
leaving on the t-o o'clock train amid
n storni 'of confètti and good wishej
for u short wedding trip before re
turning to their home in Manchester,
Mrs. George Wheeler of White
Riyer Junction carne Friday to vjsit
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. A.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Powers and lit
tle daughter of Kirby, Mr. and M,rs.
Glònn Powers and child of Watcrford
and H iram and Willis Barnett were
Sunday guests of Mrs. Jennie Eon
nett. Mrs. Lavina Jock and son David
Jóck of Concord Corner were recent
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Royal Lewis.
Malvern Cutting visited Robert
Babcock of St. JoTinsbury over Sun
Rcv. P. J. Maclnnis was in St.
Johnsbury Monday 0:1 business.
-E. V. Brailey of Essex Center call
ed on friends he re the first of the
Miss Alice Moyes of Boston is vis
itine her parcnts, Mr. and Mrs. Joh 1
.William Erwin has moved his fani
: ily. from Steven Havilands house to
thè Jotslin block. ;
Mrs.' E. A. Bnzln and "Mrs. Alice
Richards have entertained during the
! .t.ut, Mi. i.n.1 Mi m -m irt. 4
IMI anu 111x0. m il. xcll-iu UL
Chicago, Mrs. Jason Carpenter, Miss
Clara Carpentcr of S.t Johrishury and
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Miltjmorc of this
Rev. Dr. A. P. Glint was m town
Twin dauglitcrs were boni to Mr.
and Mrs. William Erwin Dee. 31.
Harry Bcnnett returned' to his
work in Ly in, Mass., after spcnding
a week at his home bere.
George Smith of St. Johnsbury
spent New Years with his niother,
Mrs. Leslie Cooper.
Miss Florence L. Ilodgden was
given a shower of kitchc. 1 utcnsils at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. D. .). Lun
nic, Tuesday evening iceiving many
uscful and beautiful gifts.
REMARKABLE ' TELLS VERMONT'S
RECORD OF j HISTORY ON j
' GMC TRUCK' SIGN BOÀRDS l !
NAME "BAYER" ON
' GENUINE ASPIRIN
After twice crossing the Unilcd
States from Seattle to New York, a
ono and onchalf ton GMC truck has
entered on a new life in the scrvice
of a private truck owner. Morc
over, on resale, even with the lon.
mileagc record of a doublé trans-
continontal purney, the tvuck brought
! within $6f0 of its" originai sellini?
This i.s a splendici example of GMC
itability and the way in which GMC
trucks do hard work and continue to
do it. The truck in question is that
driven from Seattle to New York by
William Warwiek with a load o.f
condensed milk and then driven back
again by Wnrwick. This truck made
onc of the most remarkable and
mcmorr.blc runs in truck annal.;.
The record made by this GMC in
its journeys from coast to coast was
conclusive evidence in iteelf of the
iibility of GMC trucks to do hard
work and to uurmount the greatost
obstacles of ovcrland travcl. After
more than 10,000 miles of the most
gruelling travel which the truck litui
in , its two trips across country, it
would have been no disgrace to the
construciion and ability of the truck
it' it had required .considcrablc ove'r
hauling and revamping before it was
sent out on any other work. As a
matter of fact, the truck carne
through in feudi splendid shape that
nothing was nceded for it except sudi
a going over as any truck shoull
have once a year.
For this truck to be sent back to
New York again and there be sold to
a truck user for evcry day work
speaks even more for the truck's
ability and for its stamina. And on
top of that to have the selling pricc
only $600 bclow the originai list
price of the truck is the most cpn
vincing evidence of the regard in
which GMC trucks are held evcry
whcrc by truck users who kr.ow. '
I Writing liistoiy in letters a fobt
! tali 011 pages cightoen fcct high and
I standing the pages along the road
. t'idc so that he who runs may rca.l i:
the mo.'.t recent iiiethod adojiicl for
rccalling to the nicmory of Vcmiont
niuch of the forgottcn loro in which
the state is neh.., , .
Motoring alòng some- peacefu!
'country highway far removed today
from the spots where history is, bt
lievcd to be in the making onc comes
upon a gieat open hook labèlled
"ilistory cf the United States" and
lcarns from its pages that neaT th:il
quict, secluded spot cccuiTed s:m?.
evt-nt that back i:,the day of the red
skins or in Revolutionary tinies made
si clccidcd dent in thè còursc oi'
When these pages of history first
began to appear on the landscape
automobilista cxprcsseU a . friendly
interest in thèm, but as more and
more places of hi.storical significancc
werc marked thei'e canie from' the
motorists a chorus of approdai., Mo
tor routes that wero folmcrly ìather
dull affairs have suddenly liecoriie
fìlled . with a " neV . interest
the silent foresta bave become
alive again with Indiahs, sturdy col
onists repeoplo the countryside aiid
Continental troops wage their small
but fateful warfare behind stone
fences and on grasry hilltops.
The credit for this novel method
of reviving interest in the events of
bygone days belongs, to the United
States Tiro Company. While , onc
page of the big open hook sets fórth
inteiestìng historical data the other
page does not hesitate to assert the
oft-reiterated truth that ' "United
States tires are good tires."
'The orection of these big bulletin
boards they are fifty. fect long- and
eighteen feet tali ls not cbnfmcd to
Already New England's towns and
villa jas, redolcnt w ith talcs of Pil-
Insist upon true "Bayer Tablcts of Aspirili"
r e 7
Tho "Bayer Cross" stamped on tab
lets means you are getting true
"Bayer Tablcts of Aspirin" provcd
safe by millio'i:; of jicoplc the gen-
acho, Toothache, Earacho, Neuralgia,
Rheuiiiiitism, Lumbago, Sciatica,
Neui'itis and for Pain gcnerally.
Tin boxes of 12 tablcts cost only a
Druggists also sell largo r
..; a.m.:imii niMTi iii liv 11 hvsiciiins leW cciiin.
Jiayer pacKages. rt.jMiiu j ui
if Eapcr Manulacturc 01
.i ftiK fn: Coli s. Hoai - MonoaccticacKiosicr OI aiicyiicuviu.
for over eightecn years,
1 evòiy handy "
are propm' directions
In pvìm-v haniv "Bavrr" ìKickagc 1 tra e man, 01 u.ii
. CI JI felli!s3l "-Era BaÌS;EVE3..,Sg!f :
ima k. va t UBM.- v m ti . m m imi
WJ-Lt-'iA-l U.iA( .WfgU .. aiM.,.
Animai Villane Meeting
The inhabitants of tha Villagc of
St. Johnsbury who ai e legai voters jn
said village are he'reby notified and
warhed to meet in the Town Hall in
said Vlilagc 011
Ask. These of
f Then ACT !
Ani I a Success ?
Am I sa ving. Money?
Do I have any more today than I had today
a year ago? '
Have I the thrift habit, or am I a Spend-
Is it possible for me to save in smali
quanti ties? i; .n
If you must admit to yourself that you are
NÓT saving We will answer the last ques
tion for you by saying You ' Can Save if
you .. .
Join Our Christmas Club that is
now being Formed
Ve have the following classes:
23c, 50c, $1.00, S2.00, $5.00 weekly
Mercliants National Bank
SI. Johnsbury, Vermont
o'clock in ' thè' i'orciioon to
the following articles:
1 GMC; 1 Driver; Displace
16 Horses; 4 Drivers; 4 Wagons
One GMC and one driver are doing the woik that 10 horses, 1
drivers and 4 wagons used to do for the New Dclls Lumbcr Company,
Eau Ckurc, Wisconsin.
Starting at 7.00 o'clock in the morning, the GMC truck makes 20'
to CO trips a day, delivcring green miti wood over town under ali
conditions of wcather. It hauls I-P.f tons at a load and is ahvay.s on
the job. This is a typical example of GMC truck utility. Your busi
hess may be (IIITYrcnt, but among the GMC models, ranging from -"U
ton to ó tons, is onc admiiably fitteci for your work.
AUTICLE 1. To elect necessary
officcrs for the year ensuing, to wit:
President, Clerk, Treasurer, Collector
of Taxcs, three Trustces to serve for
one year, three Auditors and seven
' AUTICLE 2. To sce what action,
if any, tho Village will take in refer
encc to appropriat.ing ppccific amounts
for each department of. the Villagc
for the ensuing year.
ARTICLE ?. To Reo what action,
if any, the Village will take in re
fercnce to appropriating for out door
Band Concerts, as provulcd in Ilom-c
I Bill No. C3, of the Laws of 189G, and
if so how much.
AUTICLE 4. To sec what action,
'if any, the Village'will take in regard
ito a location for a Central Fire Stat
AUTICLE 5. To see if the Villagc
will voto to excmpt .1. W. Davies, do
ing business under the namo of Ply
mouth Creamery Company, from taxa
tion for a pcriod of tcn years from
and after the first day of Aprii, 1920,
and upon the real estate, plant, mach
incry and equipment when used for
or in conection with the condensed
milk factory owned and operateci by
him, r.aid exemption to continue only
so long as said condensed milk fac
tory shall be operated not exceeding
the abovc specified pcriod of tcn
AUTICLE G. To .sec if the Village
will vote to mise money on Ilio
Grand List of said Villagc lo defray
tho current expenses for tho year
ÌIV.'O and pay the indebtedness of the
AUTICLE 7. To transact any
ollmr business that may bc dono at
PUESTON E. MAY,
St. Johnsbury, Vt.,
Dee. ', 11)19. adv.
Consider these Facts
Five models, ton to 5 tons capacity.
Powerful four-cylinder engine. Extra
large bearings and good cooling system.
Radius rods standard construction on ali
Multiple-disc dry-plate eluteh. No adjust
ments or lubrication.
Four-speed, alloy steel transmission in 1 1-2,
2, 8 1-2 and 5-ton models.
Duilt-up separate-unit radiator of ampie ca
pacity. Pump circulation.
Double-action brakes on rear wheels no
braking strain on drive shaft.
Brake adjustments made without tools.
Metal Wheels on 2, 3 1-2 and 5 ton models.
Solid propeller shafts. Divided drive shaft
gives better runnìng balance, eliminatcs
shaft whipping, which reduces hearing
CHARLES E. SILSBY
No. 70 Easfern A venne, SI. Johnsbury, Vermont
miICK CAK DISTKIHUTOU '- '
Drop in at our new Salesi'oom and sce our fine dis
play of Duick Cars and Ihe (iMC Trucks
"rimi iMid iiatriots are dotted with Abba de Voranont named it. Ver-
the big books. In a score 01" States mont, "a green mountain which,
in the Middle West and South many gave it the mime "Green Mountain
boards are in place, und on the Pa- State."
cific Cop-t tourists learn the history The Indiali history of Vermont is
of California, Oregon and Wasliing- discloscd on many bulletin boards for
on' from the boards. ' it was the home of the Iroquois, and
' The boards are not things of a sea- many tribes carne from Canada be-
on only. It is the intsntion lo "turn cause the mountain of Vermont
a page" each year and place new his- abounded in moose, deer, bear, bcav
tory upon it. ' raccoon, and otlier animala and
The history of Vermont 1; told oli it Was also the home of the wild
these bulletin boards fròn "the tinte turkey and migatory wild fowl.
BuTclds & Conant Oozyjurntoe
t AWT?TCI Stoves bought, sold and excharig4
LiAV Icilio N. DUMAS. Manager
,,,', v Phone 670-M 84 Eastern AvetiM
Tel. 65 St. Johnsbury, Vt. .
v The trongest Insurance in
UALÈ & ATVYOOD tfe Worid
OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN IS WRITTEN BT '
cjtiseM Bank nUfiia The Crawford Ranney
TrnMe., Filtri, to q h. Morrill S Tl. Undenrood
" Pythian Bo:".din?
E. C. SMITH IF YOU WANT
ioi Eastern Averne Monuments and Markers
Books, Stationery, Periodicala, Con- Cnll to G.. CVcilleux .Granite Po.,
fectionary, Cigars, Notiom. dvire you can see the work ali. set
up before you buy. Tho show rooia
is opposite the Passengor Station, St.
QUY V HILL Johnsbury, Vermont . , ..
! DR. W. A. GAGE
Spinai trouble a spccialty. Office
I hours 2 until 4 every afternoon.
JMonday, Wednesday and Friday eve
ning, 7 until 8.
j Calderwood Bldg., Phone C58-M
G. C. FRYE
Citizens Baule Building
St. Johnsbury, Vt Tel. 295-M i
JOHN F. HINCH
Special Agcnt ;
New England Mutual Life Ins. Co,
' pf Bofcton ""
42 E. Ave., Calderwood Building
Dry Cleaning, Dyeing and Repairing,
78-80 Eastcrn Ave., St. Johnabury, Vt.
FRANK B. JACQUES
Metropolitan lufe Insuranca Cm,
Office in Citizcns Bank Blocft
SEARLES & GRAVES
Citizcns Bank Block
St. Johnsbury Vermont
Mrs. EInicr E. Hookcr
34 Raihoad Street Tel. 416-13
A. IS. HASKIN55
vet Examloed Classe Furnlshed
SPECIALISTA IN OPTOIJETRY
St. Johnsbury, Vermon
MERCHANTS BANX BLOCK
JAMES B. CAMPBELL
ATTORNEY AT.LAW. .
r Eastern Avenue, St. ' Johnsbur
Tel. 66 I-M.
Porter, Witters & Longmoore
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Citizcns Bank Building
St. Johnsbury, Vermont
A. M. GOODRICH
ST. JOHNSBURY, VERMOMT
THE GEORGE P. MOORE
Insurance Any Kind ,
26 Eastern Avenue
DR. J. D. BACHAND
Pvthiari Building;, St. lohnsbory I
B. FRANK HARRIS
TEACHER OF PIANO
Pythian Building, St. JohDsbury, Vt
SHOW CARD WRITING
II. J. LUMBRA
2G Portlund -St., St. Johnsbury, Vt
T. R. STILES, M. D.
Office in Merchant Bank Block.
Office Hours: 10 to 12 a. m., 1.30 to
4.00 p. m.
Rheumatism, Asthma and discases
i of lungs
FIRE, LIFE, ACCIDENT
Automobile Fire Insurance
IMPEY AND CUMMINGS
Provident Life Mcn
) Portland Street, Brunelle Block
DR. F. O. MOORE
Calderwood Building, 42 Eastern Ave.
St. Johnsbury, Vermont
Otlice Hours 012. 1.305.
St. Johnsbury Laundry
Fully equipped to do evcrything in
the Laundry line. Also one day
work. Odìee and Works
St. Johnsbury. Tel. 229-1
Rìchardson's Toilet Parlors
Ilairdressing, Face and Ncck Massa-re,
Scalp and Hair Treatment,
Childreii's Haircutling, Manicure.
II. W. CONLY
Hcatiiig and Plumbingi Hot Air
Futnaic Woik a Spetialty.
12 Portland St., St. Johnsbury
Tel. 201-11 !
THE COWLES PRESS
l'RINTERS OF EVERYTH1NG
Stationery, Post Card, Dainty
Tliing3 for Holidays nnd Birthdays.
MAPLE GKOVE CANDIE3
f!T R7 K'iern Avo.. SI. Johr.-b.irT
J. ARON, Tel. 564-W, 5 Ely Street
l'aying 2 eents lb. for rags; 7 ccnts
Ib. mixed bags nnd rubluirs; 40 conta
hundrt'd papcr; 00 reni hundred for
niiigazincs, 71c liutuli ed l'or cast jroti,
.'(le fqr wrou;;lit iion. Cali by phone.
Will uso you liuht- :;
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