Newspaper Page Text
CALED0N1ÀN-REC0RD SATURDAY, MARCII 20, 1920
PAGE THREE The Colonial Theatre nSZght Friday, Rlarch 26 This is the Era of Celebra tions So Get Ready for This One The Fox Comedy Co. Announce the Wonderful Combination of Nyra Brown and John Getz in the Greatest Musical Comedy Success As sparkling and fresh as the dew of a June morning; as spicy as the breezes of Far Cathay the creation 1 ; of George E. Wintz himself. heerUfj, !Mab0" 112 Milli.ns' used last yesu? to KILL COLDS 'CASCARAHPQUININE '. n n II r ;7 flTvl J Ul Illa X. X. 1 VI n n II Standard cold remedy (or 29 yean m laoiti iorra aic, iure, no opiatts Dream up a coia in . i : .l nours rencvcs trip in a ucyi. . Money back if lails. The genuine box Jia a Ked kTop witn nr, nm a picture. At Ali Drag Star WITH UNTOLD RICIIES IN SONG AND MELODY Personal Direction of George B. Wintz. Staged by Geni. T. Schaefer. NEW YORY CAST: Nyra Brown, John G. Getz, Betty Earl, Tom Denton, Leali Lehmon, Joe Coyle, Vale Gregory, Ace Wingfield, Geane Dwight, Jimmy Fiorai, Dorothy St. Clair, Bill Barbee and 'the Har mony Quartette. 20-CLEAN-CUT MOVIE VAMP CAPERING CHORISTERS 20 Seats on sale W'ednesday at Eastman's Drug Store, Phone Glo-M, and Stanley 's Furniture Store, Phone 418-M. Get Your Seats Early. - Prices 50c, 75c, $1.00, $1.50 AUTOMOBILE AND AUTO ACCESSORY DAYS Aprii 8, 9, 10 Remember the date. Real big bargains in every thing that pertains to the motor car and motoring. BARNET On Fii!::y evening-, March IH, the l'omestic Sjicnce class of the acad cmy will give a play at Academy hall and food will be on sale after ' the entertainment. Alfred Peak is quite sick with K'i'- The neaiest appronti! that ve have had to sunarinj"' is tht- re))0.' that Nathan IJanks scatt?red his buckets before this last stoini and Alfred Peak who i to carry on the place of Jan Adams has bioken ioads. Mr. Tuttle i.s diawinjr ice for Fran cis Somers and Mrs. Mary Mackay. Mr. and Mrs. William Hastie vis iteri Mr. and Mrs. Fred Simonds at Claremont, N. II. Mr. and MrJ. Iiuin Rovnolds of Holyoke, Mass., aie at Will Bradk y' and are i)kinniti to move to the Chapman fami which they have ui- cake, saltines and cod'ee were served, also candy and peaButs. The cveji ing was pleasantly passed with ganies Clyde 1). Adams of St. Johnsbury visited his father, Leslie Adams Sun day. Jack Hunt of Charleston, W. Va., has been siending a few ilays with his jiarents, Mr. and Mrs. M. 3. Hunt. The closing number of the lecture collise was given, Thursday, March 4 "The Liberty Duo" by two young cnaseu. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Rlodgctt were at St. Johnsbury last week. Mr. Harold Soiikvs and son, W'en d(dl Robert are home from the Fiost Sanitorium, St. Johnsbury. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis I)ouse and Hazcl have ali been sick and Mr. ltousc is quite ili. S William Alien of Norfolk, Va., carne home the fir.t of last week. Miss Daphne Crai;- is home from Hardwick wiiere she has been teach- Ml'- .and Mrs. James II. Craig and TlauyUpri phyllis were at St. Johnsbury ac Lyndonville Satuiday. V. V,. Alien t,ii0 wa quite sick hwt week is mudi betcl-, Quite a rcmarkUile post card w:is received last week l,v I'eacham fiiends of Scott M. l'ariium who is in St. Cloud, Florida. ()n the ca-l was a piotili e of Mr. I'ai-num holding in one band a snal;.- tliat icaciied frojn abovc his head to the ground. In the card was printed "Killed by me with hoc within ò() feet of ou front door." The Miake must havo measured (l'-j or Vfcet. Mr. Farnun writcs that it is a very poisonous iep tile and if it strikes yo;i it is suro death, so we seo that the kil!i-ig ,' it was not veiy plea-ant. He al-o writes that therc aie inaiiy ilice thin: therc besides snakes and . peaks e.--porially of the fruits. Miss Helen A. Sanborn entertain cd a few fricnds-cm Saturilay rvciiing, March 13, it heing her Litli birt'i liiy. Ilefrcshments of sandwiches, ladies. Miss Margaret Lamb entertained a dozen of her schoolmates at her home Thursday March 4 it being her 12th hirthday. (James were" playeil and a luce supper served. Mrs. Crown attended the fune vai of her brother Thomas Wilson of Fair lee recently. Hollis Lamb who has been work ing near lìoston has secured a better job at Kewport News, Va., and went there a short time ago. Miss M. Geneva Chandler has gone to Natick, Mass., to work in a mil linery parlor for a few months. Miss M. Glenn Chandler who teach es at South I'eacham and boards at home has had some ditliculty in mak ing her trips through the pa.-t bad weather. On Saturday, she went h:se back and on Monday morning she iliade the distance of about four mi'ies on snowshoes. Mis Move'-ett Chamberlain of Ilarnet and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Page of lianville were at George Cham berlain's Sunday also Truman Gould of Ilardwick. A few friends of Roscoe Farring ton met at the hall at Fast I'eacham on Saturday evening in honor of hi t biitlu'ay. nefreshments we' served situi ih'- evening passed in ganies and di.ncing. Mr. ami Mrs. James Stevenson have recently received a letter from John Stevenson in St. Cloud, Floridi. He writes that he is in excellent hcalth for a man of 8-") years of ago. Mrs. Mando Pollai-i! is quite ili. Mrs. Martiri Jcnnison is raring for ber. Mr. and .Alrs. P-.wght Stod-lard are pan n! s of a nino all'I a fourth pound boy Norman Dwight born at St. Johnsbury, Friday, March 12. Mrs. Alni Paris of Croton is nurs ing at M. S. Hunt's. ! CONCORD i Ralph Bennett returned to Boston ; Friday and will resupieh si work in j Lynn this week. i Mrs. George Smith and son, Mar I cus, Charles Kichards, Vivian Lewis, : Louise and Barbara Richards, are ; among the sick. j Rev. George S. Smith was in Ea.st Concord Saturday to officiate at the ; funeral of Mrs. Merrill Steere. There w ill be a service at St. James 1 Fpiscopal chapel at 3 o'clock Sun- day afternoon with the- sermon by j Rev. Di. A. P. Grint. j Melvin McQueen and Fred AVood 1 were business visitor in St. John.. I bury Saturday. ì Mrs. Frank Rannev reniains qui'.i lill. Miss Margaret Bishop of St. John--I bury was an over Sunday guest of ! Miss Ruth Hastings. I Paul Lillicrap Visited his grand- jniothcr, Mrs. .Mianda Shackford at St. Johnsbury over Friday night. The little son of Richard W.illiaivu who has beep seriously ili from pneu nionia is fully as comfovtable at this wviting. Miss Genevieve Sargent was in St. Johnsbury, Friday. Miss Lyle Spaulding has returned from I'ike, X. II., where she has been working for two weeks. The grades in .1. M. S. closcd Fri day for three weeks' vacation. Charles Morgan was in St. Johns bury Thursday. Mrs. Merrill Steere passed away at her home near Concord Corner af ter an illness of several weeks. The funeral was held from the church a'. Fast Concord, Saturday with intc.--mwit at that place. She leaves a husband and four small children to mourn her loss. Mrs. Mamie Houston of St. Johns bury was at the home of . L. Hous ton Thursday and Friday. Rev. P. J. Maclnnis carne frani Boston Saturday preaching at the Universalist church Sunday niorning. Owing to the weather there was no service in the evening. There will be no service next Sunday morning. Jacob Richardson Si-., is critkally ili. His daughter, Mrs. Harley Pil e of Waterford and son, F. E. Richai-1-son w:ere called here the last of the week by his illness. A trained nurse fi-nm T.ittletnn is carinir for hi ni. Visitors in St. Johnsbury the of the week were Miss Ruth Hast ings, Miss Lena Shangraw, Willard Keech, Francis Lillicrap, W. IL Fasta-. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Lewis of Lit tleton, X. IL, spent the week end with Mr. Lewis' motlicr, Mrs. L M. Lewis. Henry McGinnis leturned to his work in Guildhall the f.rst of the week after a short visit at his home in this place. Mrs. F. L. Carpenter is in St. Johnsbury caring for the infant chil 1. I) B. Cross spent the week end with of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Davis. St. Johnsbury friends. Clyde Warren's family who bave buca ili from the prcvailing epidemie are convalescent. Mr and Mrs. L. P. Bishop, Fami ville, Va., are guests at the home of Mrs. Bishop's sister, Mrs. Robert Williams. Mr. and Mrs. Uishop so from bere to visit in Montreal and several Canadian towns and aro en , rout(! to Cranesville, Bi itish Colirn- bia where they will make their homo. Mrs. Robert Williams was in St. : Johnsbury Wednesdav. ! Mrs. L. P. Bishop is ili at the; home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert AVil-1 liams. I Miss Lena Williams is spending a few days in St. Johnsbury. .Mrs. Clyde Crowell of Royalston Corner has been assisting in the Lun nie family during the illness of Harold Lunnic. Mrs. Wallace Richards has recovev ed from her illness so as to return (o her home and Mr. Richards is con valescent. Mr. and Mr. Frank Reed have tak en possession of the f recently purchased of Walter Douglass. M, Douglas' family will vemain at the farm for-the present., 'AR-NE-5Ì5 CONQUERS RHEUMATISM ÀCADEMY NOTES The cast for "A Midsunimer Night'ts Dream" has been selectcd as f ollows : Thesues, Duke of Athens, Kenneth Lamphcr Egeus, father to Hermia, W'ilfore Bearti Ljsander, Demetrius, in love with Hermia, Allan Hunter Philcstrate, Master of Revels to Thescus, Leo Morgan Quince, a carpenter, Leslie Lenton Snug, a joiner, Sumner Gilflllan Bottoni, a weaver, Edward Fiench Flute, a bellows mendei-, Georges Prevost Smart, a tinker, inthrop Pierce Starneling, a tailor, Robert May Hippolyta, queen of the Amazons, betrothed to Theseus, Huldah Brailey Hermia, daughter to Emjus, in love with Lysander, Olga McClaiy Helena, in love with Demetrius, Ruth Goss Obcron, king of the fairies, Alton Spencer Titania, queen of the fairies, Charlotte Stiles Philo, or Robin Goodfellow, Lillian Martin FAIRIES Peaseblossom Dorine Dvouin Coburb, Mary Frankla Moth, Evelyn Adams Mustavdseed, Charlotte McLaughlin The other fairies and attendants will be chosen later. Miss Mary T. Frankla has gone to St. Johnsbury hospital. At chapel Monday morning Prin cipal Davis gave a talk on the Aiutimi meeting in Boston, The niillinery class of the Home Economica department is busy on iU spring hats. L. E. Peabody of the mathematica department has been appointed ins tructor in mathematics at Yale Uni versity for next year and the family will move to New Haven at the close of the school year. Mr. Teabody graduated from Nor wich in 11)15, he received his M. A. at fMm-l.- T Tnivoreit v Wnrnast.pr i Miìss.. in lvib. in ìaiu he was assistane in mathematics at Lehigh University, 3outh Bethlehem, Penn., going from there to be instructor at Worcester Polytechnic Institute, where he stayed two years, coming to St. Johnsbuiy this last fall. 1 Farmers Expect to Take Over Creamery The committee that have been can vassing among the , New Englan'l famiers and those in Canada that have been patrons of the Plymouth Citamery have already received sub scriptions of -175,000 and the proba bilities are that plans will soon ho perfected to take the property ovei-. J. W. Davies, the owner, has conscu ed to leave a sizeablc interest in the property and serve one of the trustees for at lcast a year. This and the retention of the, prcsent management of the corporation as sures the farmers that the property under a cooperative pian will be well manaegd and their intevests safelv guarded. The committee will ho!d another meeting the last of the we;'k and perfect plans for organization. The train service is back to nor mal now and 75 tickets weve sold at the Boston and Maine station Mon day morning for the mail train south. ''"AI. M. Counsell went to Boston on business for the f.rm Tuesday to i.o away about two dayr.. ' About 25 members of the Mission ary Round Table met at the home of Mrs. Ernest E. Tinker Monday even ing and enjoyed a most delightful evening. JSewing, music on the vic trola and refreshments caused the evening to pass very quickly, and it was the unanimous opinion that 00 of the members instead of 25 ought to have been there. Edward Hopkins the popular night clerk at the St. Johnsbury House -e-turned Monday from a winter in Flo rida. He was with P. F. Crafts weil known in St. Johnsbury and the lattei- will remain in Florida another month. Murdo Smith and family are soon to leave for Detroit where M Smith has been employed for the past two months. !iniiiiii limita DON'T DESPAIR If you are troubled with pain9 or aches; feel tired; have headache, indigest ion.insomnia; painful pass age of urine, you will find relief in COLDMEDAL Th world's standard remedy for kidnejr, liver, bUdder and urie acid troubles and National Remedy of Holland sirice 1636. Tbrea aiia, ali druggists. Guaranteed. Lvok far th tiam Gold Mdl on wr box mé ccept no iaaitatioa BAKER'S COCOA is -welcome )0 not make the mis take of thinking that cocoa is onlyan occa sionai drink. Itissoval uable a food beverage, so ridi' in the elements of nutrition, so delicious in flavor, and so wholesome that it should be used regularly and often. Booklet of Choice Kecipes sentfret WALTER. BAKER & CO IH Zstibtished 1780. DORCHESTERMASS. We have a complete supply of Cigars and Tobacco Buy Your Smokes Here Visit our new Pool Par lors. Four brand new Briggs Tables. The fin est in Vermont. BARQUIN'S Cigar Store , Bowling Alley . FARM PROPERTY FOR SALE One hundred and fifty acre farm only cight miles from Island l'onci on the main road to West Burke. Contains 35 acres of tillage, cuts 40 tons of hay. House 21 by 25 with hardwood fioor down stairs. Two stock barns, 28 by 36, with stanchions for 13 cows and room for young cattle. Horse barn, 20 by 20, with three stalls. Also matched pah- of general work horses, weight 2400; one fòur-year-old colt, onc driving horse, cight cows and a bull, three yearlings, two hogs and 11 hens. New U. S. cream separator, set heavy doublé slels, set single sleds, ne pair or traverse slcighs, two single harnesses, new set doublé harness, mowing machine, borse rake, two plows, cultivator, spring tooth harrow, whcel harrow, open buggy .wagon, new top buggy wagon, new heavy lumber wagon, lot mail tools, 15 tons of hay Price Complete $4,000 51,500 DOWN "' ' ' ' ' Or will take the property for a home in some village. Inquire of H. A. BRYANT 110 Bailroad Street, St. Johnsbuiy, Vt Classified Dept. WANTED WANTED Pupil nurses and at tendants at the Taunton State Hos pital. Wages $35 per month with maintenance. For particulars ad dress, Dr. Arthur V. Goss, Supt., Taunton State Hospital, Taunton, Mass. 227 tf WANTED Woman or girl for gen eral housework. No heavy washing to do. Mrs. Harold Pcnniman, 30 Mt. ricasant Street. 212 tf WANTED A position on road ma chine by a man of experience. Ako familiar vith fami machinery, gaso line enginc, ttc. Conipctcnt to handlo teams. 224-23G LOST LOST GOLD beads on Spring or Main Street. Finder leave at this of fice and receive rewavd. 223 tf WANTED Experienced housekeep er for a young married couplc. A good home, private room and bath and ali reasonable privilcges ofTered competent woman between 25 and 35 years of age. Address Mr. F. G. Barry, 101 Chefctnut Street, South Manchester, Conn. 217 tf FOR SALE FOIl SALE Ono hand opcrated der rick, complete with rope and nee essary guys. O. V. Hooker & Son, St. Johnsbury. 228 tf FOR SALE Good heavy express wagon. Intuire at the St. Johnsburv House. 228 tf FOPv SALE One used Safe. Cali at No. 3 Portland Street. 225-1 w WAITRESSES WANTED At once. New Avenue iiOtel. ZZI ti FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE 15 WANTED Man and wife for work acrcs ood building, eicctnc lignts on fami. $85 per month. room and board. A. B. Dow, 12 Eastern Ave. Tel. One 223 tf WANTED Waitiess taurant. at Star Res 228 tf WANTED Waitresses and Pantry Boy. W. F. Davis, Waterbury Inn, Waterburv. Vt. 223-230 WANTED Saleslady at M. A. Weiner's, 61 Eastern Ave 220 tf Enjoy the Evening Hour In PERFECT COMFORT To be thoroughly enjoyed, reading in the evening requires good light. Cali 696 M and let us solve your light, heat, and power prob lenis. You are assured the best of service at prices consistent with quality. RELIANCE ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS 81. Johnsbury, VI. S. II. CAHTEK F. B. KEKIi WANTED A girl for general hou ;.. work. No washing. Mrs. II. C. Newell 18 Church Street. 226 tf WANTED A girl for general house work. Cali 509-W. 22G tf WANTED Men to work in cream ery. Men with experience pi-cferrcd. Address, Box T, Woodsville, N. H. 22G-228-230 WANTED Small sow that will far row in Aprii. A. C. Greenwood, 11 Pleasant St,St. Johnsbury, Vt. Tel. CC-M. ' 221-230 wk It both near depot, School and shop.-. Will sell or exchange for largcr fami For particulars, address Arthur Al luni, Lyndon, Vt. 225-230 FOR SALE Good horse. Sparrow, Passumpsic, Vt. W. E. G. 222 tf COWS FOR SALE or trade. J. B. & K. T. Silver, Tel. 233-1, located at Leon Kiver's fami. 227-232 OWING to the death of the Pres ident and principal owner, the busi ness of the Malted Cereals Company manufactureus of Malt Breakfast Food, is ofTered for sale. Full details will be given to anyone who may be intercsted. Malted Cereals Company, Burlington, Vermont. 214 tf j WANTED Capable- girl l'or house I work, who can do plain cooking. No washing or ironing-. Phone 100-U. or call at li:; Railroad St. 228 tf WANTED Girl for house work in village of St. Johiihbury, two in fam ily and house has ali modem inipiove nicnts. Good pay to competent gii I. This place has no children and a worlhy girl would lind contcntment. Apply to A. B. Dow Agency, East ern Ave 2'J(ì tf wky also WÀ NTEI)-'-April lst, al.cll boyTst; Johnsbury House. 227 if HARDWOOD LOGS 200,000 feet White Bivch, 800,000 feet Becch Yellow Birch and Maple, 100,000 feet White Ash. At prices that will pay you for cutting and hauling during the spring and summer. C. H. DAVIS, St Johnsbury, Vt. 224-230 WILL CLEAN and repair your sew ing machine to work as well as new, or no charge. Examination l'ree. Send postai. H. M. Bronson, 80 Eastern Ave. 223-234 WHITE V YAN DOTTE Eggs""for Hutching, $1.50 a Set. Alphonse Gauthier, 18 'i Conconl Ave., St. Johnslnir, Vt. 230-232-2:14-230" TO KENT Two l'uiuinhed ìooms at 20 Peaii. 22 tf FIRST CLASS board and room jn niodern liouso wanted liy relin ; coupk-. R. E. L., ciac Caledoniiin. l'O KENT Funii.shed vooms near shirt factory, board if wanted. Mi'-', C. L. Fair, Main St. 22'.)-2M' TO IJKNT A finn- room downstairs tetiement at 30'i Main Street. Kent $'.).50 a miinth. Apply at the iflire. of the Bei ry-Cali Di y Gnod i sture. z: t; 22';-22l"