FOR TEN YEARS
The Home and Hartford Insurance Companies
have had the largest assets, the largest surplus to
policy holders, and the greatest number of fire risks
Patronize the Strong American Companies.
We represent them.
DR. DALE S. ATWOOD
CHWa Bank Building Phone 634-M
Dffice Hours 9:30 to 12:00 a. m.; 2:00
to 4:00 p.. ra. and by
JOHN V. WESLEY, M. D
Special Work Done In
fractures, Gastric Analysis and
Office and residence. 15 M I'lcasiuit St,
Tel. No. 420-2
CHARLOTTE FAIKBANKS. M. P
Office hours: 10 to U' a. in. 13) to 3:30
p. m. Mondav and Thursday 7 to 8
office 2 o m. oi bv appointment.
4 Main t Residence- 24 Western Ave
Telephone W M
St. Johnsbury, Vt.
DR. R. M. McSWEENEY
Physician and Surgeon.
Office Hours 12 to 2, 7 to 0.
Residence and Office 72 Fearl Street
fit. Johnai-ury. Vermont
DR. F. E. FARMER
30 Main Street, tit. Johnsbury, Vt,
Specialty: Diseases of Children
Office Hon to: 1 to 2 and 7 to 8 D. ra.
Vo Office Hours Wednesday Evenings or
Sundays- Telephone Connections.
C. A. CRAMTON, M. D.
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat.
Office 20 Main St.,
Office Hours-9 a. m. to 5 D. m.
turnings Monday, Thursday, Saturday
from 7 until 8:30 p. m.
Appointments for examinations ot the
eyes for glasses can be made in advance
oy letter or teiepnone.
C. A. PREVOST, M. D.
Special attention given to diseases of
the stomach and kidneys.
Office Hours: 8-0 a. re, 1-2 and 7-8 p. m
130 Railroad , St. Johnsbury, Vt.
D. JOHN A. DROUTH
Ofl"".o Hours 12 to 2. 6 to 8 p. ra.
Qanr.al Practice. Diseases of Children
Office, Drcum Building.
WILLIS B. FIKH, M. D.
Office and Residence. 08 Railroad St,
Office Hours 11 a. m. to 3 p. m. and 7 to 8
p. m. excepting Wednesday and
Friday evenings. Sundays 9 to
10 p. m.
N. E. Telephone. 157-M.
DR. J. P. T1ERNEY.
Gei ,eral Practice
. Office at K3 1-2 Railroad Street
Office Hours: y to 10 a. m. , 1 .30 to 3.30
and 7 to S p. lit.
telephone: Office 27 -J. Residence 27-M
FRANK M. WALSH, M. D.
114 Railroad Street Telephone
Office Hours: 1 to 3 ami 7 to h p. m.
St. Johnsbury, Vermont
Residence, 24 Summer St,
WM. G. RICKER, M. D.
29 Main Street
. .Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
Hours: 10 a. m. to 4 p. m.
T. R. STILES, M. D.
Office in Merchants' Bank Block.
Office Hours: 10 to 12 a.m., 130 to 4 p. m.
Evenings and other hours at Residence,
St. Johnsbury Center, Vt.
Rheumatism, Asthma and other diseases
T of lungi, throat and nose.
R. H. BURSE, M. D.
Hours: 9 to 10 a. m. 12 to 2 and 6:31
to f b. m. Sundays, 9 to 10 a. m.
Residence, 93 Main St.
" "'Office, Merchants' Bank Block
DR. J. D.
Pythian Building St. Johnsbury
DBS. P. M. and W. H. FITCH
96 -i Railroad St St. Johnsbury; Vt.
- DR. GEORGB H. SMITH .
Odd Fellows Block, 93 Railroad Street
Qt Johnsbury, Vermont
' JAMES B. CAMPBELL
Attorney at Law.
Office in Gauthier Block. '
"t. Johnsbury, Vermoni.
SEARLES AND GRAVES
Offices in Citiaens Bank Block.
St. Johnsbiiry, Vermont
DUNNETT, SHIELDS & CONANT
OfficoBank Bloc':, MainSt.,St. Johnsburj
C. C FRYE
norney at Law.
Citcvcns Rank Budding, St. Johnsbury
SlUHHR B. DARLING, JB.
Attorney at Lew
GUY W. HILL
LAND TITLES. WILLS a&d
DIVORCES a SPECIALTY
Odd Fellows Block.
91 Railroad St. St. Johnsbun
PORTER, WITTERS & LONGMOORE
Attorneys at Law.
Citizens Bank Block,
St. Johnsbury. Vermont
r 'enteral Pr ci a. Kxcept Probntfl
Court House St. JohnBbury. V
A. B. NOYES
Life, Fire and Accident Insur
ance, Security Bonds.
Office in Citizens Bank Block,
St. Johnsbury, Vermoni
CHAS. S. HASTINGS, Gen. Agt.
Life, Fire, Accident, Health and Piet
2U Main street, St. Johnsbury, Vi
THE CRAWFORD RANNEY AGENCY
Pythian Building, St. Johnsbury, Vt
GEORGE C. FELCH
Pianoforte Tuning and Regulating
Also Teacher of Harmonv.
No. S Cherry St., St. Johnsbury, Vt
new England .telephone 3SH-W.
ANNIE B. DANIELS
Pianoforte and Organ Tuner.
Graduate of the N. E. Conservatory,
21 Main St., St. Johnsbury. Vt
RALPH J. PROVENCAL
Tuning and repairing pianos.
player pianos and organs.
St. Johnsbury, Vt. Phone, 452-J
EDWINA M. BLODGETT
Tooober of Voieo and Pianoforte
73 Hailroad Street
St. JohnebuM. Vi
MAUDE E. BROWN
Now England Conservatory Method.
Tel. 181-W.. 27 Sprina.
KYLE T. BROWN
elephone, 2-5 at my expense
J. M. PERHAM
Civil Engineer and Surveyor.
11 Charles Street.
St. Johnsbury, Vt.. Tel. Connectioi
Foot Troubles Corrected
F. Yvilltjrd lYIagoon
02 Railroad Bt. " v ' Phone 090-A
Offioe hcure, 8.30 a. m. to 3 .30 p. m. Open Wed '
neiday and Saturday enaffinga. Clow erarj
Monday at 3 p. m. uatl!"5.30 p. m. Tuesday.'
Paddock Street, St. Johnsbury, Vt
Cut flowers and floral designs a specialtt
Speoial attention given to orders by mal
or teuipapn.ior immediate deiwy.
FROST SANATORIUM ' " ,
Mrs. Harriet E. Frost,
35 Summer Street
Nervous diseases, and obstetrics eases.
Elderly people cared for; massage anc
electrical treatment Careful attentwt
paid to diet-
MRS. C. J. HEON
. Tel. 112-R; 41 Railroad St.
St. Johnsbury, Vermont
"The Careful Cleaners"
Dry Cleaning Dyeing Repairing
ST. JOHNSBURY, VT.
ST. JOHNSBURY LODGE NOTICE
Mystic Star Chapter, No. 2, O. E. S.
Regular mnetinu the third Friday of each moot!
a Uatoejae tempi.
jAIKS. ANNIE HALL, M. M.
M1W. MAY E. B SATH 81SC
Algonquin Tribe No. 9, 1. O. It. M.
Meets Thursday of each week in
Citizen Bank Block.
W. .1. COX. S.
. C. L. DARLING. C
UPSIDE DOWN ON
W. H. Jeffrey Unable to
Solve Mystery of Motor
V. II. Jeffrey,, .state secretary of
the board of charities, saw an alto
mobilc turned upside down about two
miles from Lyndon on the Wheclock
road Sunday night when returning
from that town. The car was turned
turtle and had been forced between
the end of a culvert and a tree. The
clothing of the occupants was
strewn about the place and the tools
of the cur likewise, while the car
was badly damaged. The appearance
was that some automobile party fol
lowing had taken the persons in the
car to a hospital.
Although the Ford was upside
down the real' light was burning. The
car is registered to C. M. Lamphctc
in Windsor. There was a hat which
was apparently bought u day or two
before at Silsby's store in Lyndon
ville. No report of the accident had
been received at the secretary of
state's oflice Monday morning.
It has been learned that the Ford
car which V. H. Jeffrey found
wedged iri between a trte and a cul
vert near Lyndonville Sunday night
was driven by Uov Wat kins of Wind
sor, who in company with another
man hired the car the middle of last
week to go to the northtrn part of
the state. 1 he two men arrived in
Windsor Tuesday morning none the
worse for the mishap, which resulted
in the car being turntd turtle. They
gave no reason for the abandonment
of the car and the secretary of state's
office is investigating the accident.
Death of Fred Bramard Stocker
In the death of Fred Brjiinard
Storkcr, the town loses" one of its
most prominent and influential busi
ness men. He had been ill with heart
trouble for several months and the
ond came Tuesday afternoon, Oct. 2G.
Fred B. Stocker was one of the
twin boys of Newell and Cynthia
Dole Stocker and was born Nov. 7,
1854 i;t the old Stocker homestead on
the St. Johnsbury road. When nine
years of age his parents moved to
the farm just below the depot which
has since been his home. For many
years ho has been associated with his
brother Frank 1). Stocker in business
dealing in grain, flour, coal and stock
and they had charge of the local
stock yard. He was vice president
and director of the Caledonia Nation
al Bank and was a man deeply inter
ested in the best interests of the town
He was town representative from
18!)1 to 189G and had held other town
offices. Sept. 1(, 1878, Mr. Stocker
was married to Miss Carrie E. Stan
ton. To them were born two sons,
Fred B. Stocker Jr., who died Dec. 13,
?!0(. aged 21 years, and Marshall M.
Slorker. Mr. Stocker was a man
deeply devoted to his home and fam
ily anil was highly resncctcd by all
with whom he came in contact. He
leaves beside his wife and son, Mar
shall, a sister, Mrs. Flora G. Steven.'!
of Oakland, Calif., and his brother,
Frank 1. Stocker of this town. The
funeral was held at the home Thurs
day afternoon at two o'clock, his
pa'-'or, Rev. C. A. Adams, officiating
and was largely attended, many being
iiiescnt from surrounding towns. The
burial was in the family lot in Dan
Death of Winchester Dana Smith
The friends of Winchester Dana
Smith were greatly shocked and sad
di'lidr I by his sudden death which oc
curred Friday evening. Oct. 2!H!i, af
ter only a few hours' illness of acute
laryngitis. Mr. Smith was the only
child of Henry Hyde and Mary Dana
Smith and was born at Fn'chi)1 Me.
Dec. 18. 18fi.r). After his father retir
ed from active life as a lawyer in
Boston the family came to Danville
and here Mr. Smith most tenderly
cared for her parents in their declin
Satisfaction Guaranteed With This
Common sense tells anybody that the
j w cure a corn is to remove it. eap
a root banish it entirely.
' Dont Doctor Your Com,. Let"GteJt"
Remove. Them Painleealy I Quickly I
Not only hard conn nnd not only noft
corns hut every kiwi of corn surrender!
to "Gtn-It."thn liitioiml corn rniuover.
It takm wnftksor toontbn to grows oorn.
i tak Inst a tnav aeoonda to stop it
pain wit h twoortreeiropof "flets-It."
luirkly It looflflns an yon nan npnl it riirht.
off wft hontbs least twinge or hurt, and
It la none I
nuts-It." tan never failing, guaran
teed . money.bai'.k. oorn remover, costs but
trifle at any drug store. Mfd. by
B. Lawrence A Co., Chicago.
Sold in St. Johnsbury By
Chas. A. Scarlett ..and 1'. U. Landry
ing years. For some time he has
made his home with Mr. and Mrs.
W. C. Heath, and being in poor
health had lived a retired life. He
was a great reader and having a very
keen mind, was a most interesting
person to converse with. Quiet and
reserved by nature yet always a kind
nnd sympathetic and with a keen
sense of humor he made very close
friendsto whom he was very loyal,
and by whom he will be greatly miss
ed. He was deeply interested in the '
Improvement Association of the
town. He leaves an aunt, Mrs. . M.
Aycr and cousin, Harold Aycr of Pas
adena, Calif., and an uncle and cou
sin in Maine. The funeral was held
at the Heath home Sunday afternoon
at 2.:i0. Uov. C. A. Adams officiated
and the burial was beside his parents
in Danville cemetery.
The annual meeting of Danville
Branch, American Red Cross, will
be held at the library on Saturday,
Nov. (i at ;!..'!() p. m.
About 10 of the neighbors and
friends to whom he was very loyal,
attended a masiiuerade Hallowe'en
party at their home last Saturday ev
ening. Some of the costumes worn
were vei clever and following the
usual Hallowe'en stunts curds and
dancing were enjoyed and bountiful
Mrs. .T. B. Dole goes to Boston Fri
day to vi. it her sister, Mrs. Lillian
J. E. Tinker of Boston has been
spen ling a few days at S. N. lngalls'.
ftlrs. Laura f aimer oi rcacnam
visited friends in town last week.
Harmony Club will meet with Mrs.
N. A .Dole Monday evening, Nov. S.
Reports of the Federation meeting at
Morrisville and the 1st district fed
eration meeting at Middlebury.
Miss Jessie Dole is attending the
1st district meeting of the state fed
eration of Women's Clubs at Middle
bury this week.
Charles Brown of Now York is vis
iting his mother, Mrs. Minnie Hoyt
before leaving for Paris, France,
where he is to be chief clerk in the
Paris office of the Guaranty Tru.it
Co. of New York. Mr. Brown played
the organ at the Congregational
church last Sunday.
Carl Ailes of North Danville visit
ed his father recently and purchased
three cows from him.
Mrs. Elsie Bovee spent a few days
last week in Passumpsic.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Farrington have
moved into some rooms in his son's
Everyone is pleased over the elec
tion of H. A. Goss for representative,
and there will be a reception held
Friday night at the New England
A son was born Wednesday morn
ing, Nov. 3rd, at the Fitch sahitorium
to Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Harris of
Kansas City and grandson to Mr. and
Mrs. H. A Goss
Hcnrv Bolton returned home from
Brightlook hospital where he spent
several months and he is not as well
as his friends wish
There will be a Ladies Aid Thurs
day night at the church.
Mij. William Roy from Monroe,
N. H., who has been at Mrs. E. L.
Fields for several weeks, has gone
to the Littleton Hospital for treat
Mrs. James Manchester died at
Mrs. Whitchill's boarding house Oct.
1!). Funeral services were held at the
church Thursday. Jcnnett Smith,
daughter of James and Ma'ion
(Somers) Smith was born in TCycgatc,
Jan. 2, 1S."0. She married James
Manchester. They lived in California
a short time and then came to Bar
net where Mr. Manchester was a very
successful hard working fanner.
About six years ago Mr. Manchester
died at. the Littleton hospital.
Mr.-:. Manchester, who has lived in
this village for several years, suffer
ed a paralytic shock two years ago
and has been confined to her bed
since that time. A sister, Mrs. Mor,
ton, of Lisbon, N. H., and
brothers, F.llis Smithof Barnct, and
Lewis and Jackson Smith of Ryegatc
Mt. Tom Sulphite Pulp Co. has
removed the pulp from the Connecti
cut river by conveyors and arc load
ing it in cars for shipment.
M'1. and Mrs. J. Downer Moore and
Mrs. Mary Eastman from Littleton,
N. II., and Mr. and Mr;s. M. W.
Field and daughter, Helen, frqm
Woodsville, N. H., wore recent
guests of Mrs. John P. Moore.
Finlay Coles from Amherst Agri
cultural college visited at A. J. "in
lay's Saturday en route to a base ball
game at Burlington.
Harlan Johnson has been hunting
in northern Now Hampshire.
Mrs. A. L. Guthrie was called to
Boston Friday as her daughter, Miss
Violet Guthrie, a student at the New
England Conservator-- of Music, is
ill with appendicitis at the home of
Mrs. John Tiltoh.
Mrs. Longmorc has been staying,
at the home of her brother, Stephen
Kalston at South Kycgate. i
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Phelps and
children are spending sometime at
W. M. Phelps' before going : to
Southern Pines for the winter.
D. VV. Crane and Miss Helen
Cratie accompanied Nancy Orr, who
has been spending several months at
D. W. Crane's to the home of her
father, William Orr, at Montagne,
Miss Helen Crane attended the
Christian Endeavor convention at
Dr. G. Albert Moore of Brockton,
Mass., who has been attending the
meeting of the American College of
Surgeons at Montreal, visited his
mother, Mrs. John P. Moore and at
Comer E. Moore's nt Pcacham Sat
urday. There will bo a Hallowe'en party
and masquerade at Academy Hall, i
Mrs. Forbes from Middelhury is
with, her daughter, Mrs. Royal Crane.
Several from this village attended
the ministerial association meeting at
Cards have been received announc
ing the. marriage of l'liny Parker Ma
son, formerly of Barnct ami Midi
Edith Gertrude Mason of Charles
town, Ma.js., ul St. Luke's lipiscopnl
church.jAllston, Mass., Oct. 9. They
will live at Somervillc, Mass.
Henry Moore spent Tuesday and
Wednesday of last week in Burling
ton at a reunion of his company of
cavalry men of the Civil War.
Mr. and Mrs. George Winch have
been spending a few days in Boston
and Portland, Me.
Mrs. Guy Stcbbins spent the week
end at North Stratford with Mr.
A chicken pic Supper at the 'vestry
Wednesday, Oct. 27.
Mi-s. "Robert Parker is entertaining
her sister, Mrs. Parkei' from Burling
ton. Mr. und Mrs. Harvey Phelps' are
visiting friends in Barrc this week.
Mist Don Wallace and Joe Yea
ton were married at St. Johnnbury
Center Tuesday evening coming from
there to Charles Hatley's. Doris cer-
tainly has the best wishes of all her
Mrs. Ada Corcoran of Fitssdalc vis
ited her sister, Mrs. R. M. Johnson
Supday and Monday.
John Parker has been Hunting at
Greensboro and now has returned
hcrq to hunt for a while.
Mrs. A. L. Guthrie came home
Tuesday afternoon from Boston. Miss
Violet Guthrie has recovered suffi
ciently to return to her work at the
A numbojr from here enjoyed the
chicken pic dinner at Barnct on
Town meeting day.
Mrs. Fred Hart is cntertainin-r her
sister, Mrs. PInnkett and little grand
daughter' from Springfield, Mass.
Mrs. Peter Raymond of St. Johns
bury visited her aunt, Miss Bushbcc
at Mrs. Carbec's recently. Miss
Bushbcc is confined to the bed most
of the time.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Little of
Lancaster, have been at Mrs. Bessie
Little's bringing Shirle" with them
to stay a few weeks with her moth
er. Mr. and, Mrs. C. B. Chase of St.
Johnsbury visited at Charles Chase's
John Gotchcc cntcrtaine d rela
tives from Windsor on Saturday.
Miss Nora Darling was the guest
of 'Miss Hall Tuesday night attending
the grange entertainment.'
The Mclndocs Grange ave an en
tertainment and had' a sale which was
a success, Tuesday night. A cafeteria
lunch was served and over $40 was
added to the treasurer. It was a bad
night, ' rain ke'enino- many at home
though there was a' very good attefj
ancc. A fine time was enjoyed by au.
Mrs. Sornbergcr from Burlington
have .been visiting Mrs. Nettie Smith
and other relatives.
Mrs. Brock Duncan and , Carrie
I.eighton vfciiled ut Fitzdale on Fri
day. fSMMe4r mlmnt ft rm wfVvV
JflU RH mi ioM- mmllicXTerV
yrtrjknrvwn. n IW, Safest, Alnivs Feilabla
SOLD BV ORl'GOISTS EVERYWHERE
Trie comfort and beauty of the
appointments add to the physical
enjoyment which you derive from
the easy riding qualities of the
The upholstery is done in genuine
mohair velvet. 1
The casollne consumption in unusually low.
The tire mileage is unusually high.
MC. H.G0SS CO.
St. Johnsbury Phone 330
" " "'" J' " UJULU " " U " " " " ' ' JrT7' 'T '.' " ' ' " " " 1 " " ' j'
TO-MORROW IS SATURDAY
and Saturday AT SCOTT'S is some day.
We are now working our four delivery rigs at capac
ity all day long and it would surprise you to see the
orders we handle. It is to our mutual interest that
you send your orders as early in the day as possible.
We cannot guarantee delivery of orders received af
ter 1.30. The season of fall good things.
We have so many that it is little use to try to tell
Come in and see them or call us up and let us tell
you about them.
F. A. SCOTT CO.
BAKERS Tel. 690 GROCERS
now in season
FRESH EVERY DAY
I. G. Rolf e
7G RAILROAD STREET
Illl' guarantee every truss
I IV we "t to hold the rupture
perfectly, to be easy and
comfortable, to give com
plete satisfaction iff every
W. B. EASTMAN
Eastern Ave. .' St. Johnsbury, Vt.
Bonney Thin Wrenches, semi
finish. Set of five. Ten differ
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