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CALEDONIAN-RECORD FRIDA Y, MARCII 19, 1920 Evening Caledonian AND RECORD Establisbed 1837 Tubei'culosis Hospitals Grcatly Needed ruDiisnea aauy, except sunaayi in Evening Caledonian Pubhshing C.j it will probably have to go over until 125 Kastern Avenao , next spring. On the other hand Mr. Herbert A. Smith, Editar fcnd Slocum stated that ho limi authority Publisher j to say that if a suitablc building St. Johnsbury, Vt. TelephenV 860 properly located were offered the ' money for niaking the necessary al- Newport Record Office, Room No. 3jtcrations and ccuipment would be a comniission forni of government and has resulted in un increased civic pridc, the devclopment of a park sys- . , . ' tem, and other impi ovumeuts. (Continued from pago one) Km..v th.,t )(lt f tu the county at the town meeting , pj.ovi.sion Jn the charter were removed to Vermont cities and mentioned "SYRUP OF FIGS" CHILD'S LAXATIVE Root Block, Ncwport, Vt Tel. 175 or 173 Richard D. Howe, Editor and ' . Advertising Manager TEKMS By mail, 4 a year; aix montila $2; three months, $1. Delir ered by carrier in St.' Johnsbury at 50 cents a month. AH lubscriptions by crder of the gorernment are pay able in adrance. forthconiing. City Form Government Discusseti As memberi of the Associated Press that organization is entitled ex clusiTely to the use for rtpublica Mon of ali news despatches credited to it or not othewise credited in this paper and also the locai news pub lished herein. AH rights ef republi cation of special despatchet herein aUo rewerred Entered as second-class matter May 1, 1916, at the post efflce at St. Johnsbury, Vermont, under the act ef March 3, 1879. FRIDAY, MARCH 19, 1920 Sunny Squiblets Among the people of Northeasteni Vermont, who complain of high in hiurance rates, are those who main tain heaps of inflanunablc rubbish in the ir bascnicnts. CONSTIPATION GetDr Edwards' Olive Tablets That iò tlic joyful cry of thousands fince Dr. h'dwards produced Olive Tablets. the substitute for caiomel. Dr. Edwards, a practicing physician for 17 years and calomel's old-time enemy, discovered the formula for Olive Tablets while treatinj patients for dironic constipation and torpid livers. Dr. Edward' Olive Tablets do not rontain caiomel, but a healing, soothing vco;etable laxative. No griping is the "keynote" of these little sugar-coated, olive-colored tab lets. Tliey cause the bowels and liver to act normally. They never force them to unnatural action. If voti have a "dark brown mouth" bad breath a chili, tired feeling sick headache torpid liver constipation, you'll find quick,.sure and pleasant re sults from one or two of Dr. Edwards Olive Tablets at bcrìtime. Thousands take tlit-in every night just to keeo right. Try them. 19c and 2óc. (Continucd from page one) carload of soft coal into St. Johns bury during the recent shortage and also usked for the adoption of a reso lution thanking Henry J. Fuller of New York, prcsident of E. and T. Fairbanks and Company, for bis thoughtfulncss in seiidmg ninc cais of anthi actio coal to the St. Johns bury dealers just before the big storni. The secretary also spoke of the proposed publication of the industriai history of St. Johnsbury, prepared by Supt. V. II. Young and enough subscriptions were reccived from the floor to warrant its immediate publi cation. ' The secretary read a telegram from Col. H. J. Hunt, who had been invite.! to addrcss the meeting, regret ting that other officiai business pie vented his coniing to .St. Johnsbury at this time. The nine directors chosen to serve the coming year were Edward G. Assolili, Frank II. Brooks, Edgar R Brown, P. F. Hazen, L. P. Leaeh, li. A. Palmer, Charles E. Peck, Arthur F. Storie and Gilbert E. YVoods. R. H. Ntill .aid the film of Tauber, Lipton & Co,, whieh he represented, wished bini to thank the organization for the ir cfl'orts in having the new sliirt factory exempH'd. He added that he was glad to bclong to this organization and would be pleased to welcome nny of its members to the new factory. Prcsident Asselin said that St. Johnsbury often looked with enviotts eyes to the new city to the north of us and that ull would be gl.iJ to bear noni iSewports lirst mayor, loi. i... S. En.-ry, as to how it was marie a city and how the pian worked. Col. Emeiy spoke vcry intcll i gcntly upon how Newport changcd from a town to a city' and did away with holding two villagc meeting, two town meetings and a school meeting. In place of five meetings a yetir the citizens of the new city held th'jir last annual meeting aiul tian-i-acted ali the business before dinner. Newpo:t now has a mayor and four aldermen at largo, but no wards. Ali .-crvo wit'uout pay and have the inter ests of the citv at heart. ' It is reallv i .-A i - 1 I db f ti o I Hf M f4É Look at tonguc! Removc poisons from stomach, liver and bowels T Col. C. S. Emery i 1 1 l il I i; I) .'1 ! . ' - Acccpt "California" Syrup of Figs o:ily look for the name California on the packnge, then you are suro your eh ibi is having the best and most haimless laxative or physic for the little stomach Jiver and bowels. Childrcn love its delicious fruity tasto. Full directions for child's dose on oach bottle. Give it without fear. Jfother! You must say "California." some of t beni They have a provision in the charter for a city manager, but as yet have not engaged one. AH the oflicers may be clected by the people or by tho council, but each vcar the oflicers l ave been selected by the 1 . 1 1 council lìut best of ali the taxes had city. Ilo said that this forni of gov. decreased v. h:n everybody iiredicted f cninient woiked vcry successfully in a n incrcase. The city tax the first his western home by coiicentrating year was 2-"0 cents on the dollar and the responsibility. A few years ago the seco'.d year 2'ìl cents on the dol- ! some of the voteis fought the lur. ; schenie of government, but at the Col. Emery said the city of New- election ncarly 90 per cent voted o port had the simplest charter of any i etain the cobimission forni of gov city in Vermont, but it was very easy , trnment. Ile belived that this forni pio Produci ofxpericnce THE comfort of its roominess and up holstery; the convenience of its etiuipment and open-car features; the per fection of its lines and finish these are only external signs of the thorough me chanical perfection that has been built into the Chevrolet "FB 30" Coupé. $1,855 f. o. b. Flint, Mieli. Morrill Garage Co. 14 Railroad Street, St. Johnsbury, Vt. Insurance Service Station To have our piotcction and servite you must have our )olicy. Hack of our guarantee is seVenty years of experience and seventy niillibns of the most conservative investments. We invite your in quiries and the oppoi tunity to submit our financial statement. NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY A Vermont Company A Mutual Company W. W. Sprague & Son, Gen'l Agents, Pythian Bklg., St. Johnsbury, Vt. 7 to have it amended at any Pession of the Legislature. He bclioved that tho gieat majority were satispcd with the change and said the park improvc nieiit, th-s cleaning up of the lako front and other matters could never i li ave been haiKilert unner tue oi-.i vii ' lago and lown forni of government. j T.yman H. l'rooks was given a co -: dial welcome, and spoke in the fir-t place of -.he high idcals of a formor geli-i atio:i and sani tli ìt wncrever Fairbanks scales had gone 3. .lohns bury was known. '"You n'e fai'irg heir to ore of the f;n :-t tyjie; of cit izenship in America." Ile s-ii-l 1 h Conimercial Club in any community meant eft'cient team work and j'aid a high tributo to the active organixa tio'i of.which he was a guest. Speuking of the comniission focn of irovernment he said that Siici idan's alVairs were managed by a mayor and two couricilmen. The mayor receivcd i a .-.alary of $;!,.") and the eouncilmcn I ?2,r()0 each. These three nicn gave ali their time to city alFairs and ferrn i ed the co.iiiiiUmoii that managed the of gove rnment was well worth a trial in St. Johnsbury and in closing he said he was glad to sce as he return cd to his boyhood home that the town was more tlian holding its own. At the conclusion of his addrcss P. F. Hazen said he was sure the members would like to bear of Mr. IJrooks' early life in the great west and in the half hour that followed the meli were thrillcd with a tale of western life that included his personal experiences in hunting buffalos, j ìounding up thousands of head of j steers, and closing with his marvel- ; (-us escape from death at the hands n a band ot nostun Lneyenne ìnni ans wherc his life was saved by the old chicf whom he had befrinded the previous winter. C. F. BOYNTON, Agent PHOENIX MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. Citizens Bank Block St. Johnsbury, : Vermont PS tu anize MILLI N E TI Y OPENING AT THE Former Folsom Parlors è Under tiwv proprietors, Mrs. Mudgett and Mrs. Waite on Saturday. New Tailored and Pattern Hats. The New York . Chauncey Hats. An cxpcrienccd hai trimmer from Poilsmouth, N. II. COE IN AND SEE TUE LATÌSt STYLES Floor Finish For ali interior varnish work slairs. floors and furnilure Kyanize Floor Finish will pleaie you. Il i eay lo upply ddc quickly with a cluralile, cisily clcaned ur lare that bri.igs oul the Datura! beauty of the wood. Try Kyanize once. FOR SALE Nice home, ali modem im'prove meiits, '.) aeres land, new house, barn and garage, spring- water, 10 thotis anl feet lumber, 2' 2 niilcs from the plain. A nice residence on Sumnier street. Two tenenient house on the Plain, near Goss Garage. Cbas. E. Kirk, St. Johnsbury Real Estate For Sale Farm, hot li largo and small, some new oms just li.sted to pick frolli. If you v.ant to iui cha.-e comniunicate ' with my agency. Real Estate is my ' only business, not a, side line. Yout propeity-in my hands gets my full; attentici!. A. I!. Ijow's Agency, St, Johnsbury, Vermont. Over P.ailey's Music Rooms. EAGLE"MIKAD0T' PENCILNo.174 Resular Leutllj, 7iache For Salo .t your Dealer. Mda in f ito gr.d. CeocoJed to be tho Fineit Pencil mada for ganaral use. EAGLE PENCIL COMPANY, NEW YORK 1, tri 1 Tfesr rhc Kuani a. r. F'itnh: TUE PECK COMPANY Knights of Pythias Regular nieetng of Apollo Lod No. 2, Tucsday evening, March 2'!, 8.0(1 o clock. IL C. Inirersoll, C. If. C. Abbott, K. R. S. PauaiBp Lodge, No. 17, F. I A, M. I Regular Communication, Thursday evening, Aprii 1. t j Called Communication Thursday evening, March 25, at l.'W. Work 011 E. A. degree. Full nttendance de sired. Visitors we'come. ' I Uirney L. Hall, W. M. Fred IL DollofT, Secretary. j Palestine Commandery, No. 5, K. T. Special Conclave, Tucsday evening, March 2:j, at 7.:;o sharp. Work, Order of the R. C, M. and K. T. Lunch will be served. A good at teiidance is desired. Willard V. Orcutt, E. Com. A. DJ. Lang, Recorder FRESH Celery, Lettuce and Spinach MILLINERY OPENING SATURDAY AT E. P. and II. H. WILLIAMSON Trimmcd and Tailored llals. A good line of bandetl Hals for Childrcn HAVE YOU TRI ED OUlì Del Monte Fruits the canned goods de luxe We are stili giving a big discount on six cans of any kind of vegetablcs. 65 Cents given in trade for fresh eggs. A. H. GLEASON CO. The Service Groccry Storc Main Street, St. Johnsbury,' Vermont Housewives Watch this space daily. Only the best materials are used in "Red Star" stoves. The annealed grey iron burners will last for many years. Ali f steel parts are treated with a coat of enamel whieh is baked on under intense heat. G rates across top cannot warp or bum out. The uten sil will alwavs stand level. Every "Red Star" is built to withstand many years of hard usage. A Garden Full of Vegetables for $ 1 .00 In again ofl'ering our Home Garden Collettioii of Vegetablc seeds, we bave given criticai attention to the vai ities, selecting only those whieh have been tiied and proven of exeellcnt merit under widely dilferent conditions of soil and (limate. This collection, if purchascd separatcly from our catalogne, would cost ?1.C0. One Packct Each of the following for $1.00 Beans Hodson Wax Beans Golden Wax Beans French's Horticultural Beet Detroit Iark Red Carrots Sekct xl Chantertiy Corn Golden Pantani Cucumber Fordhook Famous Lettuce Hanson ' Lettuce Grand Rapids , ORDER YOUR Mail this advertisement, or prcscnt at our store, with check, money order, dollar bill, or stampa, and secure Ibis excelleiit collec tion, sent prcpaid to any poinl in the United States cast of the Mississippi. For Points West and Canada add 2")C ($1.23). A. E. COUNSELL & SON Phone 218 St. Johnsbury, Vermont Onions Prizetaker Parsnip Guernsey Peas Nolts Kxcelsior Radish Crimson Giant Radish White Iciclc Spinach Long Season Swiss Chard Lucillus Tornato Chalks Jcwel Tuanip Yellow Rutabugu COLLECTION NOW li Crawford Pipeless Fu? nace. Everything in line of Furniture at prices that are right. Slanley Furniture Co. Under! alti n;? St. Johnsbury, Vermont .2M ECO UAKITEDB AT Fairbanks Scale Factory Skilled or Unskilled .Good chance for Young Mcn lo grow up with a prosperous business and ccurc a permanent position. APPLY AT Factory, St. Johnsbury, Vt.