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The dióiiixdivenvGEicaa bQVerenge today
Beverages of Other Nations anu
Periods A Lemonade Seller of
Il A
Women Now Include This
Ginger Ale in Shopping List
TUE distinctive, delicious flavor of this true ginger
product agcd and mellowed has iliade it the popu
ar home beveia.ce. Grocers report that women
arder it regularly for the home and enjoy the genu
ine satisfaction that comes from serving this
ginger ale ot charactcr and quality.
Boston Dranch. 45 Commercial Wharf
Phone 44
We Write Evcry Kind of
In the Vcry Best Companies
A. B. Noyes Insurance Agcncy
LYNDON VILLE light system, if satisfactory ar-
The adjourned villane meeting was j ranjjements can be macie. By the
held in Villane Hall Tuesady evening ; committec's recommendation, ten ad
with a good attendanee. J. T. Gleason ! clitional members were added to the
moderator, was in the chair. Th ; ; exi.-ting committec, and ali aie to in
firs business was the election of ; vestigate the situation farther, and
Roger Ladd as water commissoner to; repo.t at an adjourned meeting on
serve three years. The principal ' Api il Hi. The new members of the
business was to act on the report of rommittee are C. E. Willoughby, H.
the committee chosen at the annaul , II. Butterfield, H. J. Hubbard, II. P.
meeting, to make a study of the nco 1 ; Aldrieh, G. R. Allyn, E. C. Graves.
of the electric light plant. Said coni- ! Peter Gaudette. I. H. Gordon, Ronald
mittee consists of F. E. Dwinell. Ar- Bell, Frank Beach. This conclude-.!
thur Charland, Fred Wood, Elisha j the business of the evening, and the
Bigelow, J. L. Norris, A. E. Hum- ! meeting adjourned, after some dis
phrey, B. G. Morrison, G. W. Pieicel tussion in regard to the needs of tho
and Albert Stein. Their report was system and the best way to meet
heard and their recommendation-: , them.
substantially adopted. It was voted To locai talent programs this
to rebuild the dani at the electric 1 week deserve patronage, and will af
light plant, and niake what repairs ' ford a vaiiety. Wednesday eveninp;
"are necessary. It was voted to con-; a vaudeville entertainment was giv-
nect with the St. Johnsburv elcct
Icjen by locai musicians for the benefit
! of the athletic grounds. Monday
! evening next, the ladies of the Con-
gregatiohal church have a good tn
1 tcrtainment planned, in which Mis
Kathleen LeBaron' will take the prin
t cipal part, assisted by a number of
1 the young people in town. The Camp
j Fiie girla will serve refreshments af-
te:- the program.
Henault's orchestra gave thei
untai ciance in the Cable Hall on
: Saturday evening.
j The date, of the Horsemon's ban-
j ciui.t has been changed from Saturday
to Friday evening, and tho .supper
will be i-erved by the ladies of the
I Viliage Improvement Society.
: Mrs. Charles Buckley and her
i nepì.ew, Alfred Darling, have been
' speiming a few days this week with
her sister in Bury, P. Q.
Fred Leavitt ot Greensboro : -perù! a
few days the first of the wvtk with
Mrs. May Sherburn-: and daughter,
Mhs Donna, ut the Campbell liome.
Dr. H. M. Smith is in Burlington
tlii.j week attcnding the animai meet
ing of the Vermont Dentai Society.
As announced last -week the annu
al banquet and matin'c will he held
on Friday, March 1!). The banquet
will be served by the Villano Ini-pio.-ement
Society at G. A. I! hall at
f...",C p. ni. EITort is being made io gat
lorses from other points to race he re
cn that date and it is expected that
scveral horses from Bartou and
hitefield, N. H., will be hei if the
i oads are in such condition t'.iat they
clip come.
The Lyndonville Athletic Associ
ation certainly put the town on the
map Wednesday evening, with their
grand entertainment by a colleetion
of locai hiusiciaiì and vaudeville ar
tista. A long and interesting program
was given befoi'e an audience which
filled every seat in Music Hall and
ran over the edge to gtand in attent
ive rovvs.
The program was a varied one, al!
by locai talent, and brought out i
Furprisingly laige amount 6f ability.
The orchestra, which gave the f .v
selection, included W. M. Threshf
violin, Harold Curricr, ' piano, A
phonse Aubil, trombone, B. Chamj
ney, cornet, Leon, Curtice, celi 1
Charles Murphy, W. A. Bemis, sax
phones, F. H. Davis, doublé bass, (.
H. AVhitcomb, trap3 and drums The
whole company next appeared in a
rousing good male chorus, their shirt
waists, Straw hats, and green ties,
prcsenting a hope of spving. C. 'V
Clark then sang a bass solo, "The
Kainbow shincs bright at Mom," fol
lowed by a duet, "Night of Joy," by
Philip Rheaumc and Mrs. Bianche
A short farce was the. next in order
"On Guard." The parts were taken
by Will Harris, B. W. Barrett, Je
rome Fitzpatrick, Havold Curricr,
Mrs. Rose. Alien and Mrs. Irena
Parker. This was exceedingly funny
and well acted. Mrs. L. T. Huntley,
Mrs Samuel Holbrook, Philip Bhe
aume and Cari Clark, proved a mos.t
harmonious quartet in singing "Good
by, Sweet Day." Next on the pro
gram was the drill and exercises by
the Boy Scouts, which were well car
ried out, althóugh on account of the
illness of Mr. MacFarlane, the scout
master, and Howard Marshall, first
aid instructor, the boys were given
the drill by Cecil Burns, and gave the
first aid exercises by themselves. Mrs.
Juneau then sang "Dearest," in a very
sweet and pure soprano, which was
heard with great pleasure.
A male quartet, Philip Rheaume,
Carroll Pike, R. L. Carter, and Cari
Clark gave a harmonious rendering pf
"Dancing over the W'aves." Eiwin
Cutting and Kansom Davis then ap
peared in a comic vaudeville sketch,
"Dutch Cocktail.'' Dr. Carter and
! Eert Hindi entertained successfully
' . . . l , T- t
with guitar ana Danjo. i-. i.
Griswold, Joseph Gates, Harley John
son and W. A. Bemis were a strik
ing quartet of dark 6bubrettes, and
their songs and antics - were most
amusing. Last on the program was
a comic sketch by Maynard Pease,
Harold Curriei-, Leo Stone and Ralph
Heath, in costume (?) and it is safe
to say that Harold Curricr made a
wonderfully alluring and realistic
Hawaiian damsel, though rather
"light complected," and the others
were excellent comic characters. A
dance followed the show, unlil one
o'clock. It is pleasant to find that
we have so much genuine talent
here in town, and also to know that
the new athletic grounds will profit
well from this evening.
Amey Vigncault has been visit
ine his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Harris in Passumpsic.
Maurice Seligman has bought a
tailoring business in Boston, and cx-
Mira m&L.
The Quality of Varnish Tells
in the Results Yoa Gei
This YearS Demand For
Post Toastiesls Greater
Than EverBefore
Public Demand Has Its Significance!
The grocers shelves hold many br:ands
of corri flakes . There they are ; take
your choice. But the greater jnasaof
buyers.knowingmerit, appreciating
worth and valuing' superiority in fla
vor and satisfaction, order
3 f r in i u i rr fi
ilUS) Ji JU&S
Best ofCorn Flakes
And so when you order
specify PostToasties-
by name.lt will meanfresh
g'oods of superior quality,
made on honor in the great
est cerea! food f actories
in the world and sòld to
you at a fair price.
Jlade by Postum Cereal Co. Inc. Battle Creek.Michigan.
You vant to be sure that you use good varnish but
bow are you to know? It takes an expert to teli the
quality of varnish before it is applied. Your safest
pian is to specify
, Hitte Blue Fhg
Then you nre sure of best results. We recommend Lowe Brothers
Yarnishes bceausc of their beauty and long wcar. They are remark
nble for their water resisting qualities and are easy to keep clcaa
and sanitary. They assure rnost beautiful erteets in either gloss or
rubbed finish. Let u show you sample panels hnished with thesc
serviccable varnishes.
"The Paint Store" "
Prospect Ave., St. Johnsbury, Vt.
pcets to move his family there soon.
Mrs. Samuel Mitcheil recently vis
ited Mrs. Lyman Brown in East
The Universalist Ladies' Aid So
ciety met with Mrs. W. H Bomer
Thursday afternoon for an afternoon
of sewing.
The Rev. John Kimball of Glover
will preach at the Universalist church
on Sunday morning, and there will be
no evening service.
Miss Edith Gray has gone to Flori
da to spend a few wecks with Mr.
and Mrs. Scott Famum.
The Ladies' Library Club hold a
St. Patricks social this Wednesday
evening at the Congregational vestry.
Every one invited.
Mrs. Balinger of Wyoming is at the
home of Gami Cass, called by the
death of her daughter. She expeets
to return home this week with the
three youngest children. Mr. Cass
will go later with the remains and
will take the two oldest children. He
will rent or sell his fami and make
his home there for a while.
Edna Welch finished his school at
Mt. Hunger Friday. The school in
the grammar room closed Saturday,
the primary school closed this week,
also the Bundy school taught by
Gladys McNally finishes Thursday.
Mrs. Alfred Burlington and baby,
Frank, from West Lebanon, N. H
are spending some time at his parents
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Temples.
Rev. J. Q. Angeli has been confined
to the house for a few days with the
orevailing distemper. Mr. and Mrs.
a ivi wn
.. -rr-.,MrU-.,--ia a mtfit i . . J
........ , - . i -.v I. 'jK . ,
Àn active man is f armer Tim
He keeps himself in perfect trim
By eating Town Talk Flour each day
He's full of pep, the neighbors say.
Milled on Honor Ideal ior
Every Baking :
Tel. 18 and 19 St. Johnsbury, Vt.
Classified Dept.
.WANTED Pupil nurses and at-
! ferirla nfa n tVift Tnnntnn Staffi TTos-
j. e. Lucia were quite siciv iur a H-wpM Wages ?35 per month with
V-5- , ,. r maintenance. For particulars ad-
Han-is Jcnkins front Speedwell dress Dr Arthur y. Goss, Supt,
farms was a Sunday visitor at P. S.jT aunton state Hospital, Taunton,
227 tf
WANTED Woman or girl for gen
eral housework. No heavy washing to
do. Mrs. Harold Tenniman, 30 Mt.
Pleasant Street. 212 tf
Mildred Spinney is visiting relativcs
in Mclndoes.
Myitie Sullivan retumecl to net
work in Burlington Saturday, after
spending a few days with her par
ents. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Sullivan.
Lester Cass has moved from River
dale back to the viliage and works
for Jefferson Welch.
Mrs. Earl Chamberlain, who has
been for a short time with Mrs. Ed
win Hough, was called to Rumney,
N. IL, the first of the week by the
illness of her sister, Mrs. Wilmer
Amiaon. A. -nt,,, a
r. u Kitti-pd nre ni unte. iew rvvctiui;
WANTED Experienced housekeep
er for a young married couple. A
good home, private room and bath
and ali reasonable privileges offered
competent woman between 23 and 05
years of age. Address Mr. F. G.
Barry, 101 Chcstnut strect, South
Manchester, Conn. 217 tf
WANTED Girl for house work in
viliage of St. Johnsbury, two in fam
ily and house has ali modem improve
ments. Good pay to competent gii 1.
This place has no children and a
worthy girl would find contentmenl.
Apply to A. B. Dow Agency, 12 East
ern Ave 226 tf wky also
WANT ED Aprii lst, a beli boy. St.
Johnsbury House. 227 tf
WANTED A position on road ma
chine by a man of experienco. Also
familiar with fann machincry, gaso
lipe engine, ctc. Competent to handlo
team. 224-23G
Mr. and Mi
both ili with the grippe.
Mrs. Tripp spent a pait of last
week in Lyndonville with her mother,
Mrs. Elvira Gray.
Mrs. Sam Mitcheil from Lyndon
ville spent the day, Monday, with
Mrs. Lyman Brown.
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Horner are
confined to the house with the pre
vaili ng distemper.
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Granger are
the happy parents of a baby boy, born
Fridav. March 5.
George L. Eggleston from Canaan
Center, N. H., spent a few days last
week with his father, who is in very
poor health.
Victor Horner has been spending
the past week with rclatives in Bur
lington. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Dickciman
and baby from North Wolcott, have
been spending a few days with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Dickerv
Mrs. Isiah Mathers is in Lyndon
ville caring for Rev. W. J. Me Fal
lane, who is ili with the grippe.
Julia Burrington is ili with the
grippe, and her daughter, Mrs. Harry
Burrington, front Lyndonville, is
carincr for her.
Annie Johnson is working in the
boarding house at Mt. Vicw,
221 tf
WANTED Man and wife for work
on fami. $85 per month, room and
board. A. B. Dow, 12 Eastem Ave.
Tel. One T 223 tf
WANTED Waitresses and Pantry
Boy. W. F. Davis, Waterbury Inn,
Waterbui-y, Vt. 223-230
FIRST CLASS board and room in
modem house wanted by refin-d
couple. R. E. L., care Caledonian.
LOST GOLD bcads on Spring or
Main Street. Finder leave at this of
fice and receive reward. 223 tf
FOR SALE One used Safc. Cali at
No. 3 Portland Street. 225-lw
WANTED r-Salcslady at M. A
Weiner's, CI Eastem Ave 220 tf
WANTED A girl for general hou
work. No washing. Mrs. II. C. Newell
18 Church Street. 220 tf
WANTED A young or middle aged
woman capable of doing good pla;n
cooking, who wants to go to Wyo
ming with us in about ten days. Very
best wages and a good .home. Ex
ceptional opportunity. "Write or cali
on Mrs. L. II. Brooks, care of Mrs.
Lucy M. Brooks, Brooks Place, St.
Johnsbury. Will be in St. Johnsbury
about March lGth. 224-22')
WANTED A girl l'or general house
work. Cali fiG'J-W. 220 tf
Austin Emerson Blodgctt, who (lied
the past week was boni Aprii 8, 1851
in Uarnet. He moved to Waterford
when six years of age and has spent
the rest of his life bere as a fa mie r.
He married in 1873 Clara E. Thom
as, now deceased. To them were
horn i'our children. Nelson of Yar-
mouthport, Mass., Sadie T., who clied
in Itil i, Floyd K., of Lyndonville, arni
George T., with whom he lived. '.l'i
is also survivrd by sevcral tieplic .-s
and nicces, tight grandchildrcn, -i
lirotlicr and a sister. Mr. Blodgctt
had betn in feeble health for some
time, being nearly blind. Death wii
due to bronchial pneuinoiiia after a
vttk'i: illntay.
WANTED Single experienced man
for general fami work. Lotated on
trolley just out of Springfield, Mass.
Guarantecd carfaro after six months.
Hilltop Farm, Suffield, Conn. 220-2LT.
acres ,good buildings, electric lights,
both Jiear depot, School and shops.
Will sell or exchange for larger fami
For particulars, address Arthur Al
iarci, Lyndon, Vt. 225-2'JO
FOR SALE Good borse.
Sparrow, Passumpsic, Vt.
E. O.
222 tf
COWS FOR SALE or trade. J. B. &
R. T. Silver, Tel. 233-1, located at
Leon Puver's fami. 227-232
OW1NG to tho death of the Pres
ident and principal owner, the busi
ness of tho.Malted Cereals Company
manufacturers of Malt , Breakfast
Food, is offered for sale. Full detoils
will be given to anyone who may bo
interested. Malted Cercala Company,
Burlington, Vermont. 214 tf
WANTED Position as working
foreman on fami or will take any
good fami job where I can have n-ii-arate
house. W. II. Hutchins, Noi '.li
Troy, Vt. 220-2::.
WANTED Men to work in c-ream-cry.
Men with experienco jireferred.
Address, Box T, Woodsville, N. II.
HA RDWOOD LOGS 200,000 feet
While Birch, 800,000 feet Ecceh
Yellow Birch and Maple, 100,000 feet
White Ash. At prices that will .pay
you ior cutting and hauling ciurmg
the spring and suninier. C. II.
DAVIS, St Johnsbury, Vt. 224-230
WANTED Small kiw that will far
row in Aprii. A. C. Grecnwood. Il
Pleasant St.Ht. Johnsliury, Vt. Tel.
(ifi-.M. 221-23(1 wk U
di:i:c; clerk want ed Rcg' -
tered or with good practical c.xpnii-
ence. Jjcst ot rcieicnces re(Uireu a
to knowledge and reputation. App'v
Brighani's Drug Store, Zi Mani
r'i t a 1 I . . 1 .... . t .!
ùi., òi. .juiiiijKuiy, vu i-.-.
WILL CLEAN and rcpair your sew
ing machine to work as well as new,
or no cli.-nge. Kxaininalion ('ree. Send
postai. II. M. Broiison, 80 Eastern
Ave. 223-231
That nionumeiit or marker you
want set for Dcicoration day ought
to be. ordi.red now in crder to get it
for that 'late. I also do lettering at
ceni'-tcric-i. Writo or cali 5.'M-M and I
will cali and submit designa. J. E.
Wallvtr, St. John. bury.
20.-1 Tu. Thu. Rat.
Ilalching, .$1.50 a Set. Alphonse
Gauthier, 18 'j Conconl Ave., St.
.lolinsbiirv, Vt. 227-233
TO RENT Two Funiishcd roonis at
20 Penti. 220 tf

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