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I CALEDONiAN-RECORD TIIURSDAY, MARCII 25, 1920 itilo (9 AH B 1 IIUISV9 Ivi flTHIS ÌS THE ERA OF etitEitA7lC'H$-S5 GET READY FOR THiS OHE The Fox Comedy Co. Announce tlia (T (Ojrm-iSS . Wonderful Combinetìon of riffa ìSrSs New York Musical Comedy Success.Jtf I A. a . frpih a the dcW of -A- xw ...... ' - - - June morning; a tpicy o the brcczcs ut Vat Culh.y tb crcttion of Geo. E. Winti hiauuU. il ST. JOHNSBURY Locai . News 3f 1 WìA Untold Riches in Song and Me'ody Personal Direction ol Oco. E. YVIntz SUjcd by Cleo. T. Sthacfcr NEW YORK CAST Nvra Brown. John G. Getz, Betty Euri, Tom Dentcc," Leali Lchmon, Joe Covlc. Vaio Gregory, Acc Winéfteld, (XV Geane Dwilht, Jinimy Horal, Dorthv St.' Ciair, Bill Barbee. 20 GLESM-ca? mm mus mmm mmm I ? I Scats li !-20 ori sale Wednoiday at Eastmans Drug Store, 615-M; Stanley's FuiT.iture Store, 41S-M. Fiites 50o, 75c, $1.00, $1.50 ST. JOHNSBURY BUSINESS DIRECTORY Dunnett, Shidd" & Ornanti The Cozy Furniture Store .ueaier ut tcuuiiu-iuuiu x1 unii ture. LAWYERS Tel. 65 St. Johnsbury, Vt. DR. DALE S. AiWOOD OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Citixenj Bank Bolldia By Appointment Traases Firtert toi rfoptart Stores bought, sola and exchaeged N. DUMAS, Manager Phone 679-M 84 Eastern Ayenu E. C.SMITH 101 Eastern Arenue Books, Stationery, Periodical.1', Con fectionary, Cigars, Notions. DR. W. A. GAGE CHIROPRACTOR Spinai trouble a specialty. Office hours 2 until 4 evcry afternoon. Monday, Wednesday and Friday eve ning, 7 nnfil 8. Calderwood Bìdg., Phone 658-M G. C. FRYE LAWYER Citizen Bank Building St Johnsbury, Vt TeL 205-M SEARLES & GRAVES LAWYERS Citizens Bank Block St. Johnsbury Vermont The Strongest Insurance in the World 13 WRITTEN BY The Crawford Ranney Agency G. H. Morriìl li. L. Underwwxf Pythian Building ' IF YOU WANT Monuments and Marker Cali to G. E. Veilleux Granite Co. oliere you can see the work U ne up before you buy. The show roora is opposKe the Passenger Station, St I Johnsbury, Vermont. JOHNF.HINCH Special Agent New England Mntnal Life Ina." C of Boston 42 E. Ave., Calderwood Building 495-M BARQUIN'S Cigar Store Bowling Alley Tel. FRANK B. JACQUES Superintendent Metropolitan Iife Insurance C. New York Office in Citizen3 Bank Bloci Public Stenographer Mrs. Elmer E. Hooker 34 Railroad Street TeL 416-13 A. S. HASKiNS Kyes Examined Glasse Farnisbed SPECIALIST IN OPTOMETRY St Johnsbury, Vermont HERCHANTS BANK BLOCK DR. J. D. BACHAND DENTIST Pvthian Boildins'. St. lohnsborv B. FRANK HARRIS TEACHER OF PIANO Pythian Building, St Johnsbury, Vt JAMES B. CAMPBELL ATTORNEY AT LAW 57 Eastern Avsnue, St Johnsbnrj Tel. 651-M. Porter, Witters &Longmoore ATTORNEYS AT LAW ! Citizens Back Building j St Johnsbury, Vermont i A. RI. GOODRICH Tailoring Co. . ALL WOOL SUITS $35.00 THE GEORGE P. MOORE INSURANCE AGENCY Insurance Any Kind 26 Eastern Avenue T. R. STILES, M. D. Office in Merchants Bank Block. Office Hours: 10 to 12 a. m., 1.30 to! 4.00 p. m. j Rheumatism, Asthma and diseases: of lungi . j C. B. CHASE Eicyclcs, Guns, Sporting Goods 04 Railroad Street DR. F. O. MOORE DENTIST Calderwood Building, 42 Eastern Are. St Johnsbury, Vermont Office Hours 912. 1.80 5. Phone 309 H. W. CONLY Heating and Plumbing. Hot Air Furnace Work a Specialty. 12 Portland St., St. Johnsbury ' Tel. 251-11 FIRE, LIFE, ACCIDENT INSURANCE Automobile Fire Insurance IMPEY AND CUMMINGS I I'rovident Life Men 3 Portland Street, Brunelle Block . High Test Red Seal Dry Celi BATTERIES Regular Price 45c Our Price 33c Six f or $1.95 Friday and Saturday Only The C. H. Goss Co. P. S. Tìres have advanecd. You will save money by piacine your ORDER NOW 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 lì. L. Richni'ds of Franklin h:i-t bepn visitine his si-stcr, Mrs. Kugene Hedard at .52 Maple Street the past week, returning to his home Tuesday. Edmund P. Hamilton returned to his work at Montpclier, Tuesday. Harry Rogers of Walden and Ar thur Rogers of Cabot'were here on business Monday. Word has been received from Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Monili who have spen the past fall and winter in Pas adena, Cal. that they will arri ve home about Aprii 1. William B. Stevenson was in Wind sor Tuesday on busine; '. H. A. Bryant hus sold the Chandler Heath and Plyn McDonald fami in Danville to George Wheelor of Lan caster. C. A. Woolson of Springfield, Vt, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Fml Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. Owen F. Beer are home from a trip to Boston. W. A. Wright of the Corner Ga rage was busy today with a force of employes unloading a caiioad of Ford cars which hacl arrived from Detroit. Richard Nichols is confined to his home on Mt. Vernon Street with a fractured knee. A horse belonging to Barty, Cash man & Co., the contractors who are building the new electric light plant below the village, broke from its fas tenings Tuesday morning and started for the village at a lively pace. The horse and sleigh went around the St. Johnsbury House and the square to the north of it twice and then started clown Eastern Avenue and finally stopped at the band stand. No sleighs or pedestrians were run down, but the sleigh to which the horse was at tached was pretty badly smashed. Mrs. Sadie Pease of Lyndonville jand her sister, Mrs. E. B. Holland of ! Berlin, N. H., were here Monday on business j Miss Madeline Sullivan and Miss j Clara Banahan of Burlington are jvisiting Miss Angeline Stenson I Lee Andrews of Fairlee was a busi- ness visitor Saturday. ! Ernest Keenan has moved on a ! farm in Barnet. t . .... i " i PRIZE WINNERS Mrs. Duilley Fitzgòrald of West Barnet visited fiiends in town Satur- j day. Mrs.-15. A. Palmer is in Baltimore,! Md., called by the illness of her si.s-1 ter, .Mrs. Pike. l Lawyer Guy W. Hill is confined to the house by illness. H .O. Newmnn of Whitefield is i here on business.- William Wright and Peter Landiy are home from Boston. Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Bishop of Farm ville, Va.; who .has. been here visiting her sister, Mrs. Robert Wil liams the past week, left Monday for Bishop's Crossing, P. Q., to visit their parente whom they have not seen for 22 ycars. ' " 1 Miss Mrft-y Ilicks has finished work at the Avenue House and went to her home in Lancaster, Monday. The friends of Alphonso White will bc glad to learn he is better. , Edgar H. Brown President of Commercial Club The dire'ctors of the Commercial Club dined at the New Avenue Hotel Tuesday noon and afterwards held a business meeting. At the lattei ses sion Etlgar li. Brown was elected president of the Commercial Club, P. F. Hazon, vice-pvesident, and Arthur F. Stone, secretai-y and treasurer. A vote of thanks was passed the retir ing president, Edward G. Assclin, for his successful management of the or ganization's affairs the past year and his loyalty to it. The directors wiil arrange for ari educational meeting early in Aprii to discuss the educa tional situation in St. Johnsbury.' ! THAT SAVE YOU MONEY Apples, " Native Onions, Lcmons, extra large, 65 Cents a peck .ilbs. for 25c 40 cents a doz. PAINO'S FRUIT STORE Corner R. R. St. and Portland, St. Johnsbury CARD OF THANKS AVe wish to express our sincere thanks to our neighbors and friends for the kindness and sympathy shown us during the illness and death of our father and grandfatheiy also for the beautiful flowers sent. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Richardson and Family, Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Richardson and Family, Mr. and Mrs. H. E- Pike, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Richardson Jr. an'l Family. Goncord, Vt., March 23, 1920.. I 'Sì ! fr 1 te."' rfi XYRA BROWN' Nyra Brown, l'ox's Musical Comedy sfar, apponrlng as Mabcl in "Clu-or l'p Mal).'!." is a lover of do:.'s mi is knoirn from coast-to ((latH AllieHra's best woinan j litigo in the cauiue world. Her wonderful l;iiowledi:e 01 sanie has , ol'ten piarmi .ber as oue of ibi' jmlge's of the loailing pet stock sliows. Miss Brown is shown nbove witli Vodiskiu Valelk ber ? IO.ikhi iiussi.-m Wolf lloiind. prize winiicr at the Paris exìiibitioii dog sliow. Ilei fa voritc, liowever. Is the little bat toli tail Bull nt her side. Click Bobbio Iiurtons, who was given her by Oklahonia's riehest Indiali girl, Builwine Pushnmataha. Miss Brown is often so( n driving from ber rivorsido home wiih Vo diskia Valoik on ilio runiiing board of lior MM'etlster ami Click Bobbio Battona on the scnt besido lior. "Ch'eer Up Mabcl" will be at the Colonial Theater Friday night. There has been a large advance sale of seats and a large' audience is expected at this first-class atti-action. St. Johnsbury Laundry Fully equipped to do everything the Laundry line. Also one work. Office and work3 BAY STREET St. Johnsbury. Tel. 229-1 day Richaidson's Toilct Parlors j Hairdics-ing, Face and Ncck Mas isage, Scalo and Hair Treatment. THE COWLES PRESS TÌDTMTTTDO if? rVtTPVTHIMO Stationery, Post Cardi, Dainty i chlIdrtn 3 aircutting, Manicure. Things for Holidays and Birthiays. MAPLE GROVE CANDIE3 R3-87 E.1mt Aw.. JohncJm- Tel. 533-W PYTHIAN BUILDING I I gnarantee erery trs I fi' to liold the ruptern pert'ett ly, to be easy and comfort able, to givo complete taUs faction in erery way. WKLCOMI! B. KASTMAN GUY W. HILL Lawyer St. Tohnshnrv Vermont i PALMER BROS. Dry Cleaning, Dyeing and Repairing. 73-80 Eastero Ave., St Johnsbury, Vt St. Johnsbury Inn Railroad Street. Steam heated rooms i Fiit-class Board. j JONES & WATSON, Proprietorsj Auto Headlight Demonstration The Blake-Cowling Manufacturing Company give a demonstration of their will Headlight Contr at the Corner1 Garage next Saturday evening, weather permitting. Ali interested in this wonderful St. Johnsbuiy invention for automobile headlights are invited to this demonstration. Orders ' will be taken at this time. . ' The. Blake-Cowling Manufacturing Co. HÒùséwives Watch 'this space . daily. SELECTION OF STYLES AND IZES "Red Star'loil stoves are made in a number of sizes and styles. A few are ilmstratedhere. But no matte r what the size or style every ? "Red Star" has the star points we have just v. named. You can fìnd a "Red Star" suited to your requirements. Burns Kerosene, Gas oline or Distillate. 1 pmgiime Suggests Painting.' COLONIAL PAINT is made right. ' Now, as we have said before, we carry the largest line of paint and varnish anywrhere outside of the large cities ancfyou have easy access to it, and besides we guarantee everything we sell to be as re presented or you get your money back. THE PECK COMPANY Classified Dept. WANTED f WANTED Pupil nurses and tendants at the Taunton State Hos pital. Wages 535 per month with maintenance. For pariiculars ad dress, Dr. Arthur V. Goss, Supt., Taunton State Hospital, Taunton, Mass. 227 tf Jì WAN'fED Woman or girl for gen eral housework. No heavy washing to do. Mrs. Harold Penniman, 30 Mt. Pleasant Street 212 tf WANTED Expericnced housekeep er for a young married couple. A good home, private room and bath and ali reasonable privileges ofTered competent woman hetween 25 and 35 years of age. Address Mr. F. G. Barry, 101 Chestnut Street, South Manchester, Conn. 217 tf WAITRESSES WANTED At once. New Avenue Hotel. 221 tf WANTED Man and wife for work on farm. $85 per month, room and board. A. B. Dow, 12 Eastern Ave. Tel. Onc 223 tf WANTED-taurant. -Waitress at Stai Res 228 tf WANTED Saleslady at M. A. Weiner's, 61 Eastern Ave 220 tf Crawford Pipeless Fur nace';? Everything1 -t in line - of Furniture at prices that are right. Stanley Furniture Co. Undertaking' St. Johnsbury, Vermont WANTED A girl l'or general houj'.' work. No washing. Mrs. H. C. Newell 18 Church Street. 226 tf WANTED A girl for general house work. Cali 5G9-W. 22G tf LOST LOST GOLD beads on Spring or Main Street Finder leave at this of fice and recclve reward." ' 223 tf LOST Monday morning, beween East Village and Cherry Stypet small leather bag containing money and two pairs glasses. Leave at this office and receive reward. 232-233 FOR SALE FOR SALE One hand operated dei . - 1 T 1 M J iick, compiete witn rope una nec essary guys. O. V. Hooker & Son, St. Johnsbury. 228 tf FOR SALE A few settings of eggs from my R. I. Reds (both combs) at $1.50 per setting. Perley W. Petty, St. Johnsbury, Vt 232-lw nec- FOR SALE Registered Hereford bull, eight months' old. A good one. L. L. Bennett, St. Johnsbury, R. F. D. 3. Tel. 79-5 FOR SALE Good heavy express wagon. Inquire at the St. Johnsbury House. 228 tf FOR SALE Good horse. Sparrow, Passumpsic, Vt W. E. G. 222 tf WANTED Caxiable girl for house work, who can do plain cooking. No washing or ironing. Phone 196 R. or cali at 143 Railroad St. 228 tf FOR SALE ' I now offer for sale "Rowenlee" the magnifìcent home and poultry farm of MLs Bertha M. Lee of Enst St. Johnsbury- The residence has steam heat, two open fire places, bath rooms, scrcened in sleeping porches, dressing rooms, hardwood floors, elec tric lights, and everything in the best possible condition; the barn is mod era, tie-ups for cows and horscs, cement garage, there are 4 aci es " of land, hen hoùses for 600 hens and brooder houscs for 2000 chickens, running spring water to house, barn and chicken houses, nice lawns, shade trees, must be secn to appicciate the wainìli) um tor nouse work m village of St, Johnsbury, two in fam ily and house has ali modem improve- ments. Good pay to competent gal. This place has no children and a worthy girl would fmd contentment. Apply to A. B. Dow Agency, 12 East ern Ave - - 226 tf wky also WANTED Aprii lst, a beli boy. St. Johnsbury House. ' 1 227 tf WANTED Washings to do at home. Cali. 248-W. 229 lw WANTED AT ONCE Lady Compositoi- to help on Ads, make-up, dis tribution and correcting. Good pay, 50 hours the week. Saturday after noons off. Gilpin, Hunt & Co. Bar ton, Vt. 229-234 value. For price fico my agency. Owncr cleafed over $2000 from poul try last year, more than ten per cent on the investment. A. B. Dow, 12 Eastern Ave., St. Johnsbury, . Vt. Over Bailey's Music Rooms. ajn LL.it a posiuon on road ma chine by a man of experiencc. Also familiar with farm machinery, gaso line engine, etc. Compr.ient to handle teams. 224-236 WANTED A girl or woman for general housework. No washings. Mrs. Charles II. Horton. Tel. 151-2. 230 tf OWING to the death of the Pres ident and principal owner, the busi ness of the Malted Cereals Company manufacturers of Malt Breakfast Food, is offered for sale. Full details will be given to anyone who may be interested. Malted Cereals Company, Burlington, Vermont. 214 tf HARDWOOD LOGS 200,000 fèét White Birch, 800,000 feet Beech 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. 224-23G WILL CLEAN and repair your sew ing machine to work as well as new, or no chargo. Examination free. Send postai. II. M. Bronson, 80 Eastern Ave. 223-234 WHITE WYANDOTTE Hatching, $1.50 a Set. Johnsbury, Vt. Eggs for Alphonse Concord Ave., St 230-232-234-236 TO RENT Modem five-room tener ment suitable for a family of aduli. on Passumpsic St Garden. ' Inquire 162-11. 231-lw TO RENT Two Furnished rooms ut 20 Pearl. 220 tf FARM WANTED to hire or lease, for one or a terni of years. Mcdium sized farm with stock and tools by ìe.-ponsible farmer. Will pay cà.-h rental monthly. Write at once with full particulars to Advertiser, Cale donian office. 231-236 WANTED A motor without side car. Box bury. ' cyclo with or 257, St. Johns 23(1 tf TO RENT Furnished rooms neur shirt factory, board if wanted. Mrs. C. L. Fan-, 139 Main St. 229-234 TO RENT A four room downstairs tenement at 30','i Main Street Rent $9.50 a month. Apply at the office of the Berry-Ball Dry Goods store. 222Jf S.MA'Li7tENEMENT to rent at J4G Railroad St. 232 tf i HELP WANIED at New Method Laundry. 233 tf FURNISHED ROOM to rent, 28 CentralStrect. 2Jjhl. That monument or marker you want set for Decoration day ought to bc ordered now in crder to get it for that date. I also do lettering- ht cemetoiics. Write or cali 534-M and I will cali and submit design:?. J. E. Walkcr, St Johnsbury. 205 Tu, Thu, Sat.