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PAGE TWO CALEPQNIAN-RECORD MONIW, MAY 10, 1920 9 ' MJLnérMmMk "''ili Mm ,, .... ..,,.,' ft' a mwm m i m mbjuw: . The DE LAVAL MILKER soives the mìlking problem Airs. Wilfrod Amidon and young daug-tttor Jmve "-one to Stf. John.sbury Center. Jììmi (itnii il Gndlev lms just had his Lord of high blood Jerseys tested and f.nds tlicy ali right. Aliò. Alvini Brock of Passumpsic v:as a réeont visitor at L. E. Gil fllliin's. Mi', and AIrs. Iliram Rowe and chil di'ir n spent Mondny with i'riends in Poncham, Tho mnny friend.-? of W. S. Broek wjll b; pkased -to know that .'die is makìn:" '. jirnJvi'ess towuvds recovery i'roiu 1i.pt' roéent awident. Elica Hazolton has returned from Woodstook. - .TnliTi l!iiilflt nl New Ynrlr Citv presenee ot these ladies bere 1 think .;p0nt tfto day Jlonday at the homo of it is tho grandost medicine in tho I iii.v Watts." WORLD" SHESAYS Mrs. Larochc Sultcrcd Tvo Ycars, But Is In Fine j Health Sincc Taking Tanlac ! "I had board so. mudi of tho good Tanlac was doing peoplo right here iti Manchester that I decided lo iry it, and 1 just want co teli you in tho Coioninl Theatre ,W Ued Jfo ! $ FcAst df Fuivànd Frivolity ith the Dainiiestì Danciest Chorus eyef sp.cn on nn - - - - :Stare Car Load of 'Novelticsv " " . Stag ' V . ...... One man fan mHìulirce times as nuny cows m an nour with a po Lavai Milkcr ol as ly huncl It h the fastcst Milkcr known, and it is alvays urjform in action ari J spced. It is on the job.weekdays, Sundays and holidays. The cows like its uniform, pleasing actio:i and give down their milk freely. The ownership of a De Lavai Milkcr is a permanent insurance that the cows vi!i bc milked in the same manner every day. DEMONSTRATED AND SOLD BY , WALKER & BROCK Ha i n et, Vt. woild," was the statement made hy Mrs. Lioiud Larocho, 111)8 Elm ut rttot, Manchester, N. II., in oonvorsation with a special Tanlac representativu rccently. "For two years," continucd Mrs, Larocho, "I think I sutlcred about as (.oai ,ls Wcll.us thcii had as anybody ever did with indit,cs tion. 1 had no trou.ble in oating-, but after moals, oh, how I did sull'or. W'hat 1 went thioiish with was simp ly terrible.. W'hy, I would have sudi intenso pains in niy stomach I thouht they would drive me dis tractod, and I fdled up with Ras un til I could hardly breathe and just i liuti to fiRht l'or breath. AIoiir towards the last, just bef oro I startod Itakinu- Tanlac, I sulfoi'od so from inaia that at times I would uet sol Tho ('ensus Penartnient at Wash inutoii have announced tho pomila tion of the town of Ilarm t as 1,(185 a docreaso of 22 in ten yoars. Gilchiist Bros, have iurchasod a new iiuck larRe enouon io nan ne oiner ousiness. busi- ST. JOHNSBURY BUSINESS DIRECTORY Dqnnelt, Shields & Conant I ' LAWYERS TeL 65 St. Johnsbury, Vt. UH. UAI.I1Ì . AIWUUU OSTKOPATHIC PHYSICIAW v Citlxens Bank Building 6y Appolntinent ' Trinn VitieA fot Rnotwr DR. VV. A. GAGE CHIROPRACTOR Spinai trouble a specialty. Offlco hours 2 until 4 every afternoon. Mondny, Wednesday and Friday eyo ning, 7 until 8. Calderwood Bidè.. Phoné 6i8-M The Cozy Furniture Store Dealer in second-hand Furniture, Stores bouR-ht, sold and exchanged N. DUMAS, Manager Phone 679-M 84Eastern Ayenu and The Strongest Insurance io the World 18 WR1TTEN BY The Crawford Rannej; Agency G. H. Uerr!!! M. u. TJnderwd Pytbinn Building St. G. C. FRYE LAWYER . Citizen Bank Building Johnsbury, Vt. TeL 295-M IP YOU WANT Monuments and Markers Cali to G.' E. Veilleux Granite Co. where you can see the work ili se up before you buy. The show rooi a opposite the Passenger Station, St Johnsbury. Vermont. SEARLES & GRAVEiS LAWYERS Citizens Bank Block St. Johnsbury Vermont A. . HASKIN3 KyeS JlMcnined Glasse Fornlshed SPEC1AUST IN OPTOI.IKTRY St. Johnsbury, Vermont MKRCHANTS BANK BLOCK DR. J. D. BACHAND DENTIST i Pvthian 3u51dinar. St. Johnsbury B. FRANK HARRIS TEACHER OF PIANO Pythian Building, St. Johnsbury, Vt T7RSTILES7MTDr Office in Merchants Bank Block. Office Hours: 10 to 12 a. m., 1.80 to 4.00 p. m. Rheumatism, Asthma and diseaiea of lungi r JOHN F. HINCH Special Agent New England Mutual Life Ina. Co. of Boston 42 E. Ave., Calderwood Building Tel. 495-M weak I iust had to sit down wait for the naia to wenr off. "I tried about every medicine I could hear of, and as nono of thom did me any good I had 4)ecomo. vevy desiiondent, but when I startod taking Tanlac I bofan to net botter riftht away. Why, it socmod to bc made exactly for my trouble, and as I continued takin: it I continued to ini prove 'until now I never have a ign of pain in my stomach or a particle of jaH. althounh I eat every thing I want and ali I want. Every thing just seems to agree with me perfectly, and I ani enjoying bettor hoalth in every way than I have in years. I give Tanlac ali the credit for my present good condition, and ani only too glad to recommend it to others." ' Tanlac is sold in -Landry's Ihug Store, Itailroad Street, St. Johnsbury, Vermont adv BARNET A" little son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kimball Thursday morning, Alavi fith. Congratulations. Lauren Holmes was a business vis itor in St. Uohnsbury. Tuesday. Mrs. Ellen Bishon òf St. Johnsbury is visitihg ber daughter, AIrs. R. H. Hazelton. Herinan Douglas spent Sunday with his mothor, Mrs.jC. J- HillaH. Mrs. Oscar Frazier of Alonroo, N. II., was a reeent visitor at tho home of hor brother, John Lang. A. W. Gilfillan made a short i)ss trip to Boston recently. C. II. Cowin of Boston was a re cent visitor to Barlet coming bere in the intrro.sts of the lìarnet croamery. Don Judkins was in Hanover, N. IL. Sutuiday for a movin; job. Mr. Judkins with Dudloy Fitzgeralds and IL AI. Storie are now on a trin to Massachusetts and will bring home tho houso hold goods of the family who lìave purchasod tho Martin I um or farai. Arthur Bundy has taken a job on the section for tho stimmer. Mr. and Mrs. James Alien who Jiave sold their farm to Walter Har vey twill oecupv tho Barnct Center parsonage for the summer. The annual business meeting of the Bainet croamery was held rccently. John fiuffam was elqcted presidenti .Tony Abbott, treasurer; Perley Ayer bulter maker. Tbis croamery is in a prosperous condition with an in-crcas.-? Af patron. BEAUTY-Y0UTH AND fQLLY ENTIRELY . SURRQUNDEO BY 1 41 TH& CHORUf sHAS?tH& GR ACE GP WILD ' Y0UNG'; THING5 0F Ì HE FORESI" '-N.Y. TRIBUNA'' ; 5 PASSUMPSIC Mi:; Yvonne Legelidre of St. Johnsbury was in I'assumpsic the last of the woek. Mr. and AIrs. Arthur Ayer and son, Arthur, are visititi"- their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Perlev Aver of Barnct. Ali. and Mrs. L. ÌI. Vitty and fam ily moved to St. Johnsbury last Alon- i day. Mrs. Ai Fulford is quite sick with tonsiiitis. Air. and AIrs. Arthur 'ard moved Friday to St. Johnsbury. Miss Cccil Willard is working in tho Woohvorth stole at St. Johns bury. Mrs. Albert Lawrence of St. Johns bury visited AIrs. Alma Davis Thurs day. Air. and AIrs. Isaac Shatney are moving into their new home. Mr. and AIrs. Boy Ayer are mov ine up stairs in tho house they oc-cupy. " IT WORTH ANYSODYS M0NLY CHICAGO TRIBUNE 1 - I L "HÀS fEP GINGER AND A PUNCH - N Y. EAENING WORLD 1 59 24 Big Song Hits Girls a Plenty fepecial uicliestva .t A Big GirlFun Hit and Fashion Shoy with-a Riot of Color in Creation Gownsthat will please the Ladies. Excellent Cast. 1 a. Prices 50c, 75c, $1.00, $1.50 Baby Carriagc and Gq Cart TIRES Put pn Vhile You Wait Richards The Tire Man 42 Pearl Street Calderwood Bldg. FRANK B. JACQUES Superintendent ' Metropolitan IJfe Insurance C t New York Office in Citizens Bank Block JAMES B. CAMPBELL ATTORNEY AT LAW 57. Eastern Avenue, St. Johnsburj Tel. 661-M. "" UR. F. Ò. MOORE DENTIST Cfdderwood Building, 42 Eaitern Are. St. Johnsbury, Vermont Office Hours 912. 1.805. Phone 309 ILW. CONLY Heating and Plumbing. Hot Air Furnace Work a Specialty. 12 Portland St., St. Johnsbury Tel. 251-11 THE COWLES PRESS PRINTERS OF EVERYTHING Stationery, Post Carda, Dainty Thing3 for Holidays and Birthdayi. MAPLE GROVE CANDIES 83-87 Eastern Ave.. 8t. Johnsbury Uh I UPTURE I vuarantee every trasi I fit to hold the rupture perfect ly, to be easy and cotnfort- ablc, to givo compiete i faction la every way. ' WELCOME B. EASTMAN Porter, Witters &Longmoore ATTORNEYS AT LAW Citizens Bank Building St. Johnsbury, Vermont THE GEORGE P. MOORE" INSURANCE AGENCY Insurance Any Kind 26 Eastern Avenue C. B. CHASE Bicycles, Guns, Sporting Goods 94 Ttailroad Street Phone 44 We Wrile Every Kind of INSURANCE In the Very Best Companies A. B. Noyes Insurance Agency Inc. CITIZENS BANK BLOCK Nice Residence For Sale Eight room house, screened in sleeping porch, largej front porch, nice lawn and shade trees, cement celiar, 1 furnace heat, full bath, vi1- lago and spring water, set ;tubs, new doublé garage, large garden. The location Lis fine. Price $5800. A. B. jDow's Agency, 12 Eastern i Avenue. Can You Ànswer Yes Alluring ways to beconìe5 separated from our earn ings oonfront us on every side. Compared with these the channels of profìtablc saving are relatively small. Yet in the business of getting on in life saving is ad mìttedly of far greater importance than carning or spending. Do you save? Do you save hapazardly? Or do you save and bank consistently? When you answer yes tò the last query, you can begin to expect big things of the future. Citizens Savings Bank & Trust Co. ' i .. , '.. . St. Johnsbury, Vermont Classifiéd Dept WANTED FIRE, LIFE, ACC1DENT INSURANCE Automobile Fire Insurance . IMPEY AND CUMMINGS t Provident Life AIen 3 Portland Street. Brunelle Block St. Johnsbury Laundry Fully equippcd to do everything Ir the Laundry line. Also one day work. Olllce and works BAY STREET St. Johnsbury. Tel. 229-1 TWIN STATE SERVICE: Lef Tvin State Prior Lien Stqcìi QiuidQii Pay Vour Light SilEs WANTKU l'upil nurses and at tendar.t3 at the Taunton State Hos pital. Wages $35 per month with niaintenance. Por particulars ad dress, Dr. Arthur V. Goss, Supt, Taunton State Hospital, Taunton, Mass. 227jf V A NTED Waltrcss and -kit cheti girl at Hale's Tavern, Wells Biver. 23!) 1f W AXTKD AT ONCI-: at Iiirbanks Imi Two table girls, ox))erienco un nocossary, a good rcliablt chef i r cook. 2(51 ! I' VM'FJ)(odTast ordlv cook fornight work. $20 por weok and board. Hoadlcy Restaurant, Biattlc boro, Vt. 21". tf VANTI':i)Il7ml'w kinds sawcd to our order. Advise TO RENT TO li K NT In Jirouin Block, Itail road Street, first floor rear tonement. Threc rooms for liglit housekeepinp-. 270-2 TENEAIENTS to rent l to 7 rooim, newly panored' and paintod. Electric lights. IL B. Stanlcv, Phone 12fi-U. 2fi t f PASTUIiE TO LET Seed buans lo, salo. James Murphy. 5 High St. 2H0tf FuìTsalk l'Oli SALE OR RENT Two co tages on state road, two niiles north of St. Johnsbury Center. Telophone 2."WÌ-1. 270 tf Richardson's Toiìct Parlors Hairdressing, Face and Neck Maa sage, Scalp and Hair Treatment. Children's Haircutting, Manicure. Tel. 533-W PYTHIAN BUILDING St, GUY W. HILL Lawyer Johnsbnrv Vermont t J. ARON Junk Dealer 2c for rags, Tic for rubhcrs. paper, r0c magazines. jiriees ali kinds junk. 5 Ely Street Pho C.F.BOÌNTOlsLAge PHOENIX MUTPl LIFE INSURA NCÉfA). ' Citizens Bank Inock ' t Jnhnsbur. f VflrnTont US nv i rV r HeX I S. R. OJ St. Johnsbdiy Inn ad Street. Steam heated r'oom.t First-class Board. & WATSON, Proptietors ALMER BROS. ing, Dyeing and Repairinfr ter Avo.. St. Johnsbury, Vt !l "My electric scrvice bill," said a customer, "averages $21 a year; s . my ycarly dividend of $7 a share on three shares of TWIN STATE GAS & ELECTRIC COMPANY PRIOR LIEN STOCK pay it. Give me three shares. IVe decided to make STATE DIVIDENDS pay my TWIN STATE BILLS," plankcd down a checjue for $285. ' would TWIN and he H W W w o AUTO SERVICE ARL I). HOPKINS nieets ali night trains. Special srrvico for wed ilings, funerals and other occasions. N'u-ht Cali, St. Johnsbury Inn, Phone 703. .Day Cali, Calcdonia Garage Vhon ir.r. or 1?.r.-W. PUBLIC AUTO Special attention to town calls. Prices l'easonahlc for lon"- dVives. Phone Avenuo House. W2, 151-M or house, 212-12. P. J. Martin, St. Jtihnsbury, Vt. Elcctrical Con-traclors Johnsbury, Vermont Light and Power Wiring. 5 ITER F. B .KERR ' Tclephone C.OG-M RXLPIiPRÒVENCAL Tuning and Rppairing Pianos, Organs and Player Pianos. Tolephone 4."2-.I FIRST CLASS , PHOTO DEVELOPLNG and Printmg. Loave your iijm.s at Brigham'.-i l'ini ir Store, Paino's Candy Kit( hen or L A. AIcLeod's, 1," North Avenue. AkLEOJ) & KILLELEA. Twin State Gas and Electric Company :TWIN STATE SERVICE: what you have er will have to offri j l'iunkott, Webster Lumber Co., Inc., Addioss Box 417, Benninglon, Vt. '. ... 2"? U' J CHOPPEIIS WANTED Good ' chance. Thieo dollars a cord. Menut ! & l'arks, St. Johnsbury. 270tf I FARAI HELP WANTED Both marriod and single men. Nico cottage : house for small family. Must be good housekoeper and competent man. Sur roundings fino. Big pay. Apply to A. B . Dow, 12 Eastern Ave, St. j Johnsbury. 2-" t f WANTED Dishwasher at Star Restaurant 242 tf V À N TE I A cTi 1 "m:" "mìdciie-agefi woinan for housewoik. Only two in (he family. No rhildron. House ha ali modoin improvoments and ri'.''i' party would find contontmont. Good jiay. A. B. Dow ,Tol. J, St. johnsbury. 2C2 ; '.' W A NT E I Sawf'dei-,"onvh"uT-derstands taking care of both band rosavvs and ciicular saws. Win' P. ! Proctor Co., No. Chelmsford, Alass. 270-270 MALE and l-'E.MALE atteiidants and nurses wanted at the Vermont Stato 1 1 ospitai. Wago scale materially ad- 1 vanred Aprii 1, 1!)20. Apply to E. A. 1 Stanley, Supt. 2(15 '. j WANTED Girl at Concord Candy I Kit chen. 20.". tf j WANTED -At once a kitchen Biilj at St. Johnshuiy House. 2(W tf j WANTED at once, assistant pastry i cook at ' the St. Jidinsbury House. 20.) tf W ANTE D-IIousokeepoirciiir "after 5 p. ni. Higgins, 01 Pearl Street. 2;'.)-27.- FOlt SALE Three building lots on Plcasant St. Inquirc Richard Gibson. 200-28.". FOR SALE U. S. Ci-eam Separator 700 lbs., now bowl two years ago. Old stylo, in perfeet running order. Price, $20.00. L. F- Goslant, Bainot, Vt. 250 tf FOR SALE (Three baiher chairs. V. E. Bernior, 5 Eastern Ave. 2CÌI-282" FOR SALE-One vo, k horso. Weight 1 100 and good wnrkor. Cali at 17 Pleasant St., St. Johnsbury. 205-271 FOU SALE Ono 100-gal. gasoline tank, in No. 1 condition. Phone 211. 205 tf FOR SALE Franklin road.-ter. Boseh magneto eiiuippod. Price 150. Tel. Bai-net, IÌ4-2. 208-270 FOR SALE First class .-.addio pony, cheap. VVeight n'ion 800. Charles Burt. St. Johnsbury. Vt. 2fi5-,':t l'Oli SALE K. W. master vibrator for Ford cai- and Stewart electric warning signal also baby carriagf purchasod new and used but half 'i last spasoli. C. E. Jones, 41 Pearl St. 200-278 FOR SALE HOUSE in I'assumpsic village. Fine, location. Two tcne ments. Garden and room to build ga rage. Alust bc sold to settle estate. Influire of Mrs. W. S. Willard. I'as sumpsic, Vt. Bert U. Wells, P. O. Box 231, Burlington, V L 24j) tf FOR SALE A few splendid bar gains in little useil White Rotary sew ing machinps. Three or four good second-hand sewing machines froai five to eight dollars. AIcLcan's Music Store. 251 tf FOU SALE OH RENT-Eight moni Pearl St. For house on cali W. R Eastman. Information 20!' tf MISCELLANEOUS STORAGE at 28 Pearl St. 207-27 fòt j .