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THE WEEKLY CALEDONAIN WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 3; 1920
PAGE FIVE REAL ESTATE BULLETIN FOR SALE Properties within the village limits of St. Johns bury. No. 1. Two tenement house and burn, located on one of the most desirable streets, large lot, 75xS0. Electric lights, hot and cold water, two full baths, hard-wood floors, furnace heat, interior of house in splendid repair, a splendid cellar under the whole house; a good barn with three stalls, a fine cement Automobile Garage, large lawn, chance for garden, good view. No. 2. House and barn, 1 acre land, good loca tion, buildings in good repair, eight room house, full hath. Electric' lights, furnace heat, hot and cold , water, hard-wood floors, splendid cellar, cement and brick Moor, view unsurpassed, reason ior seinng ov -ner is leaving town. No. 3. Two houses near Fairbanks shops, very desirable for those working at the factory. No. 4. Business block on principal street, with stores and tenements. Farm Properties for Sale No. 1. Farm of 50 acres, just outside the vil lage limits, on main road, extra good guildings, will keep ten cows and a team, wood and lumber for home use. . No. 2. Farm of 78 acres, just outside village limits, a most attractive phce to live, very produc tive soil, free from stone, a-11 machine mowing. No. 3. FaiTii of fifteen acres, one-half mile from village of St. Johnsbury, equally divided into tillage and pasture extra good house and barn, will keep three cows, can be bought at very reasonable price. We have many larger farms, and many pulp and lumber properties for kale. Call or phone. x Caledonia. Real Estate Co. AMOS W. SCOTT, Manager Governor Clement Grants Immediate Pardon To Former Gov. XZraham i. iiin h'cr, v; Just two hours after the Vermont Supreme Court had Thursday sentenced Horace F. Graham, former State Auditor and Governor, to serve not less than live years and not more than eight yearsf hard labor in the State Prison at Wind-or for cnili zzh me t v, hieh has; been endured, I foel t'v-t he Mrs. i:c Brown an-.l i -s Edi.h, have been v alter Craw's. I ' Mr. and Sirs. Will LaPlant frr,-.i 1 Exeter, X. H., w'ho have been visit- j ' il ; at X. J. Seymour's have retur.'.c I i i ho ire. I i The social held at the Indies' Aid . hi'l! Friday nkvht by the "L'v; Wire; ISieicty", added nearly ci. Ju dollar--; I to their -t casurv. T.lr. :nd Mrs. Clare-ire Svlverlo--! l'.i'.vi tile deej) synipa'hy of th" cos.:-j 1'iu'iitv in the death of their oaiv son, ! ! Thursd: i I.iU'.os. and a deli. ia ncs an. I lios.hmonts of p es, doujjhm:'. served. The S. and lowe'cn sora'. i"i I l i'r.y cvenm;. "ar-.es arid stun is at n. II. ' e rrcie'.'-. enjoyed with sports. Ko- app!e and pumpkin , , e..ko and coifoe were eve-.i-jr Oct. 2; Forty piople we tfid eveni.i: Hallowe'en D eh'i)i:i'r a ;i Ives'.er hi: 1 "Ti: and larceny of Si.'.te funds whin Auditor of Account.-', Gov. i'rrcival W. Clement is.-unl an t'lic n'itioial pardon and restored to him full citiz enship. Immediately after issuiiv; the p:ir don Gov. Clement i.-wue:l this itate ment: "On account of the dist'n ;uish ed service of Ciov. Graham to the State of Vermont and the suiTer n; has been punished enough, and have issued to him a full pardon." Gov. Graham made, no : t it wont last nh'it except to express s.thfac tion as to the outcome of th' case, and while he was in ths custo.ly of the sheriff for the biief neriod be 'ore Ids pardon he never left Montpclier. Gov; Clement's notion i.s g; no ay.l commended throughout the ; 1 1 c. 71 Railroad Street St. Johnsbury, Vt. Phone 578 TEACHAM yonc in this vici i-i v iteK';'.ied Sunday m wa the iiir plane circle above their Mrs. Mary Crr.i.v is boiir.li; of the jyen who ae huniiin1 t!i -.pane . r; Mr.".. Mii-y C ruts'. The little son of in Henry liolton has hern Fitch sanatorium 'for tr Mr. an.! Mrs. Wallace I dir.. i San St. J oh :i i'.'i'.ry Evi much mot l. Miss Mr. arc at of .ehit heads. " ; sx syi'- dwicl: of Daiivi'V i st week Si 111 ! Iter :o!i,j to s i 1 fur j his b.ialcin; t. Academy I.lovd A l i'.jit. He was born April 17, l.'il . Tfci f":v'al '-pi vices were he'd 't V' church Monday aftrrnoon co.-dv.ctcd 1V ''e''. ron'c H. Chambers and, the burial was at the vil'ane cm levy Mr. and Mrs. Char!..- V. l'al.T '.: ve i-plv.rrod ''rem their vodd'V trip and r.r. to occupy the tenement in S. K. Huso's house this winter. Mrs Parker will work for Mr. IIu-v. Miss Ethel Dresser from Lvn 'on was a work en ! uuesMf hi r f i k-:vl. Mi-s I.vdia Holmes . I S. W. Olarkson has !,! h's r ' n i tiie T.:;ke road to V. .1. Cli.vni : h'.in of Irasbur;;-, who j )0-:.S('S-On. A. W. Mclvor has nold his fntw ! W, H. Hawkins o"" Orford, N. H.. a;ul j has ;;c.ie to Heche Juncton, P. Q. A party o: v:r h.-hl and Mr--.. taken to the d.tirnl. Pc-wcr-i have Howe werj i.v. ' 'An. Jlinnii! Hoy -V i in town one day s. I : llt.l on old i; lend.--. x t'huiles Hrowr;, 's soon ; i ar.s m t-ne l iicrcs'.s Oi iin.i wlieie he is tir.-'. assista 1 he senior class at tr.e j;-av..' a m.i.'uiucrade at Aeador.i-, on Kridr.y e1k'iin;, Oct. '2'X Quito a j November 7. The date cood sized crowif was pie cnt. Tin LYNDON Pev. F.dw: rd X"!. French, who is so i well known in this vicinity, will h"'d i series oi meenns wi .n me onurcn- Sanc'ti;', nd places hail os of Lyndon, bepinnin- ar; un !:iy morninjr, Mr. Fronch v.-i'l pnr.e Vor the best costn::i; was nivcn p-each in the Congregational clnv.-V niovo l to I- red yowcr.v ;ar,n. i.n-. and Sirs. .-. have moved to their 1'ajm on the Walter Hatch place, Harry Yoiintc was nv St. .lolin- Ini-y recently and had a jfi-ovrt'i r-t'inve 1 n fum Irs ni--o. Si Th first mimhor of the l-rtnre couiso wis ;;von on Wo'lno-d:' y cv nir.v:, Oct. '.') at Academy Hall and Aiiss Viola Kobinson, the booby o to Lorin.i; MuiiKir. The had very prettily decorated with k eats, witches, jack o'lauteni". was. much enjoyed by a lare au caco. V -. and Mr.-. Cha'-lie AldWcli, M 'i. I S-idio I'la'.e f-'ti'ton, ?.!r. a.nd f,1 and two' cliiidrcn v.C'o rt .tanv-s Ciai Mr. an,! Mrs ""ovod (o tl'.'.'ir St. .lohn-burv. Mr. and Mrs. iti'v a I'n wdv Fi-aticis Char his work at St. Mr. and Mrs. visit in F-e, , .losse :-l.'-ndo Sunday. William Nelson farm on Crow of laivo inn, e Hark are vi'- s rt St. Johnsbtrv. r'-i'l was honi" f:-n Johrsl-urv ht week. Oonro Smith tiro rt Greensboro. Goshmt, Al'en Tttirtlott New November V1CTQR RECORDS fi-!!0S I!y the Waters of Miwnetonka C4S7") Trovatorc Stride la van-pal ( 64883 Kvcr of The;; I'm l oudly Hiva.niin:. 886215 A Grcnadt 74041! Nocturne, Violin 641)01 Clavelitos 64!)0!) hen Your Ship Cons In 61!;05 Fedora Amor ti vielti di iton amar 648!)( Chanson Indouo, Viol n 64UO0 Tiiank God for a Garden 74(545 Prelude hi G Major, Piano 64107 7.nr.u Za::a, piccolo zin.ua ra J Waiting or the Sun to Coma Out 4319!) I I cannot Sleep Without Drcatr.in. 4r:)() 18(ii)0 18G1U 18CX' 180:)11 ".701 Frances Aldti d)iiella Cosa.nzoni Kopbie Hresshia Kurico Caritio Mischa Elm-.in A.ut'ita Galli-Cu: ei Oi-ville Ilarroid Ihlv.ard Johnson Friiz Kivis or John McCormuck Seri Ilachmaniolf Kcnato Zunel i Lambert Murphy ! of You f Lambert .Murjihy Kli:ie-KI H linker j 1--ie Baker j Droway Baby o;ivc i In the Afterglow I Whispering Fox Trot j Piiul Whitemau and His Amlus.ador Orchestra I The Japanese Sandman Fox Trot Paul Whiteman and Hi.; Ambassador Orchestra I My Little Bimbo Hown on the Bumbjo Isle I Ailcen Stanley i The Ili-oadway Blues Ailcen SLanley I Tired of Mo nelll.y Bl;n. ! I'd Love to Fall A. lecp and Wake Up in My Mammy'.- Arm; . Peerless (uart.t 1 11 Be ith You in Apple Blossom Time j . Charles Harrison TnpoU Lcuisc Terrell-Williams Bobyn Avulon Mcdiey Fox Trot I Paul Whiteman and His Amba; sador Orchestra I Best Ever Medley One Step I Paul Whiteman and His Ambassador On.hr.stra Hear Them Here $!.2-"j $.1.25 fl.25 fl.25 51.73 $1.2.3 $1.23 $1.2.3 ' $1.25 $1.25 SI .75 $1.25 $1.00 $1.00 1 G. V.'. K-'don wo it on a bun! hi;' 'rio l:i 1 week a.nd i-rturned with three coot;. o'i" -'i-u'ik :nd (wo iod"-c ho"-. I Mh-w Glu !ys Gd-on and Wa"or I !'-, :i'i i,v"i-o "l'M-ricl Jlo-nlay, O-t. 1'i ii. Gt-rcnfiold. 'as.:.. end c:'"te to v I 't hiT !"in';. 's. Jvijie S'e--"i I ';d n-- V'.o :! or ,t ioor eve'e. Mr. 1 v-is fo.ir vi'irs in the tt"v,' a "! ii vifhs in T.-'iMr.p.'. Tbo" v.-i'l m..: e ! !!:. !,.-. m Buckl-y Fall. M.-m--. ?!.-. and Mis. B-fv-ter IV:' 'h ::! nminr M $ .85 ? .85 ?.8 ?L.35 BAILEY' MUSIC ROOMS Phonograph Dept. an Your boy needs' an1 abundance of nourish ing food to build up the body and sustain it in fullest vigor. SCOTT'S EMULSION should be given to your boy every day during the trying school-term. Your boy will thank you for Scott's I becomes a man. n Scott a Bownc. BloomfieM.HiJ. to pr: VII bl: an I otber thimrs apnroj)riate for Ha loweVn. Two bcolhs wore n.rri'.n;:od a!, v. hieh home made candy was roid r id fcrtu:iM told. Savidw't hos, doiielviats and roll to were sol I. The evenin:r 'was p'l-sed in promenn lin;','. A private dunce was riven on Th.;r day ovrniiiif, Oct. 23 at Ihist l'ca'li.uu. About to couple we:e pres ent i -fi.-ii llnviile, Parnet and S:. .ioha-biiry. Muse was by 31 r. Wil kie's o"(!iestra. Mrs". Lewis Hcu--e iv.'d chiir'vo of thr oyster supper which was served early in the even inr. Henry Bolton who hns been in Ih'iifhiloiil; hospital for 'six months ha ifttirned to his homo at West ! -villn vuch improved in heal h. Ihl.var.l Bailor who has boon board ing at Geort'o Chamherlain .i hou c has "one to Cabot to board with his dan -htor, JJrs. Eddie Gambol. The l'well's Hollow and East Par4 school united at East Part school ; Iiauso on Thnrsda" evening tor a llal- ! lov.'"'on party. (lames wore played and cake and coHVo sorvol. ' Mr. and Mrs. Milieu Farrow of Sou !i Poa chain v.ill celebrate their coblen wedding on Saturday, Nov. fi, from 1! to 5 o'clock in afternoon and 7 to 10 o'clock in evemmr. Everybody ! is invLrd to be present. Floy.) Bir.ke and family of Bane 'visited pt E. 31. Wheeler's Sunday. i Mrs. )'. M. Wheeler was at E.-t i Barre a few. days last wit and 3i i I Gohlio Thompson earn'.' home ! her. Harold S't'n -rs lias ben (ui!e :;;ck. I ?.?"s. Scott Darin" is ill. Mrs. Laura Palmer wi;s at Danville !la . we 1.. i Mr. isid Vr4. flh-.rls Williams ;-t-(en !c..! ih ''rv .a! of Fred Stocker at i Danube TI nrs''av. j ?dr. an 1 Mrs. James Ko-.ers will cleso ih.dr house this winter and i? to Groinn where thev have work. 1 Mrs. Mark Adams has-eore to visit i : nd there will be service and Sihbath school as usual in the Methodist church and the Holv Communion w ll bo administered by the pastor. In the -.'voninij, Mr, French will preach at a Union Service in the Coiv;rc;;;itio:i (U church. On Monday, Tuesday, en' Wed r os lay evonin" there will be s: r vices in the Co"i3rrti!tsnnl curcii, conducted bv Mr. French. On Thuvs drv and Friday evnini's. the m"o- of L. he!! a Hal-. ?i. renames Hall, i A pro;;r::ni o.'; was presen.t I m t day. ; younj; people irr.'.-e r. i ni 'i'ssp hirtlnlav uarty to Ho-.r.ian Davi.- Friday eveiiiiv:,- at the home of: parents. M r. f.nd Mr--. P.. IX. Da- Aliout '20 v. ero nrest at. I The anr.ivd 'loilar social or th i'-. hovii-t L:rli-S Aid focittv v, i';l be tho church next Fiida;.- eve- , n:!i'4 with a pro rr m. i ' j NORTH RYEGATE - ! ' Mis.--, Susrn 3IcM:isters has re'u"n- ! ! ed 'o. Pos:o i r'1"-- s')endi"'r n ntnr.th ' with Mr. and Jlrs. C. A. Erst, i .Mr. anil Mrs. P. G. Morrison Concord. N. H.. recently spent a i vreel; v.n'th relatives hero. 1 Be v. D. i?. Klsev has hou'vht from i Henry Uastie, the J. It. Hunter place a vl v dl move there. ! William and James Farr took n t -in to New York City last week. Wil , lis.n-, was ;i d.lea-ale from the It P. ! church here ta a mcetiivr of Prcsby- iei-'-. Curly! e McLpi-.i and family lelurn d Vv'ednor ck- v i'r-v'i ; visit with relatives in Coneord. . TI. ! CONCORD Mr. and ,Mr-. I 17. i; Patten and 3'rs. Fred S-int.i of Lyman, N. IL, v'sited at the lime of Fred Spnuldrntv JMineay. Beauty "i is B Blessing to every woman, but good health is vitally important. Attention to liver, kidnevs nr-tl bowels will improve beauty and health. PILLS of are a boon to women, cause they regulate the ft tions of all these org without any irritation or agreeable effect. Largest Sal a of Any Medicine in the Wor!J. Mrs. father cnbur Mi-- r re-' bivm'.-tin. ; vras with .Ali.'.nn from 1 Addii Her Smith of South Lu:i hin.iay til Tuesday. WilHr.ms was ho'o wi 1 with ho m tlie Methodist c :-1d Mr. French w:'l be the pivacl-n". : On Sund'v rnornin". No-.'. It. Mi-.' r -onch wi'1 nroach in the Metliodi j church a'nl the ories of meetings will ; clnsp with a Union srrvh-' on that: evnin'T in "'e same chur'-h. lluiip.i- t'o ye-M's of b r:;-itr-:'i' in Lvndcmvdlo and the y-i!ito ovh's' residence in cur vl'ae. Mr. French v on th" resnoct and conr'onc" of j rvovv o'1" and trror.llv ondeai e I hi'll- i self to t'-e poo-n'o. Ho ronies to U! ' -"w wit Hornol """"' eii l I we tire sure that tho people of llif en- : 'vn rnmiviTi'it" vri!t velcomo tno on- ' P"W etxssnui siq aAt.wo.i ot oiuni.inrl iyi'1 pinnov-ito wi1' tho r -tori of vn'i nm.'ips find tbo monibors nf hnlli ohuvches for the success of tho in'rs- . "hurch he'd a Hallcvn'en facial from her work in St. John bury for the week end. T Csier V'oodbury who works in St. John bury was at his home here over rs- Survlay. o-! The soeirl comrni'tre of tho U ii oh I vr-"sj'lis.t. rt-iif.li fm Ko'embi'i rrn o". ! Mrs. V,'. C.'iiaiyry Mrs. Jacob ' t tlic home of E. A. Gray. Pieliri'd on, Mrs. Ernest, viui Mi.s Jennie Pclden, Mrs. W. Hlodurett. Miss Lcola I. Forsaith, who to. in Guildhall spent Saturday Sunday at her home hero. Mrs. Wells Quimby of Lyndo ited her niece, Miss Jennie B ):a"t of last week. Olive re'urnod to their home in 1 olior Sunday aftcr spending tea I e S'lndi ASK A USEIt AIJOUT 1 Special Saturday Shoulder Roast Pork ',)2c Legs Lamb ,'!.3c Shoulder;; Lamb' 22c Pot Boast Beef 15 to i!0c Uvcn Roasts Erc :;5c Lamb for stew 7c Lamb Chops -12c Fairbanks Famous Sausage Fowls and Chicken Fresh Oysters Weeks & Barrett The Progressive Market New York Frail Store 31 Eastern Avenue Fi'es Celery Fresh Lettuce Fresh Radishes New Dates New Figs New Walnuts New Cocoanuts Florida drape Fruit Casaba Melons : sr. ..-y:,: -,v y Jr'tJx. VJf"' Nearly tvtrywliei-c yi.u w 11 find a .satisfied 1 lelc'j-L.'fjht . user. These users in expressing their satisfaction show that )eleo-Lif,ht is the electric light and power plaitt for anyone wanting eood, d, pendab!.: elec tric rervicc. Write for Culi-l -y: M. L. PORTER NORTH TROY, VT. her dau .liter. Mrs. Margaret Harri i mar. at I.aconia. N. II. Mr. and Mrs. Will Hastie of Ch-re-; mont, N. IL, were at Andrew Has j tie's recently. I The village ioo)de of Er.st Peaeii 1 urn met. last week and donated a days Iwork toward f'ini' tho road from ! James Stevenson's to Charlie Har vey' -. Mr. Stevenson "ave a strip of i land from his field and tho road was j efi'aded and straightened, which u : i rreat. improvement. The work war done without much expense to the town, on)" one team beiiiT needed. I Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Powers o4 I Sr. Johnsbu' v. Mr. and Mr. Fred S; moi'di of Chi'omont, , NT. IL. - nd I mot'x-r, Mrs. Simonds, were in town j Sunday. ! The exercises, to be e-iven by the Fnv.li.-h classes on Armistice da" will hroo o dock. iv overling, Nov. I we J-ev. Vv'iinmnd Warner Will Iwgin a sorie of lecturc.i on Dickon's Christmas no'. Jcv. nprl M -s. HyKravc who hav boon in the Johnson cotta"0 tor sev eral months, have returned to then li 'mo in Ca'vb: ulirr. Mass. Mi s Ca !!" Chi-t; is spedin a fe'v days in hi i: '. St. Johnsbury. Miss Kara llailev and Miss Jo?ni, McCu'.cheon who have been spending the summer in town, have loturned to thoir homo in Camb) idn-o, Mass. Dr. and Mrs. Hmris of Hv-innis. Mass.. fnrl Mis. I.ir,io Flint of not "(i-o "ii'-sts l rt week of and Mi-!. Milt"" Farrow. Mi-. 1 ::' spent a rty--: l;-(: ivcol- in Orlonns. V'.. M'-s. File- "torse v.-t-o bn Father of Three Children i Writes From Panama . Canal Zone Balboa, Canal Zoc. A fath r c.f three children writes: 'Wil' yru kindly send me by mail two bo ties of your Dr. True'.s Eli-'r. I crniut buy it here in Panama, and don't c re io lie without it in the Ir use, b cause 1 havehave three chi'drcn, and thh" Elixir is the best fr.m'ly 'emedv I ever used. When one pf idle childrtn isn't feeliii'T riifht, 1 riv-- him a di e of Dr. T.t'jo'.s E!i:t'r and he comes out hrjle and hearty in the morning. Our children have showed no si ?ns f w . ns since they have t ken the Etixir. Last summer one of ou boys, was veijy sick but one snail lotto of your Elixiiv fixed him in fine she.ne." F. H. Purin'iton. The prescription. Dr. True's Elis'r the Family laxativs and Wcrm Exp-1-ler litis done wondrrs for s'ck cc.plo, men, women and children. No harm ful drue;s works quitk'y and ff c-tively. e Aspirin Situation Don't Be Deceived by Aspirin advertisements being run by thos who seek to discredit all Aspirin Tablets ex ccpt those made by them. The Facts Are that we regularly handle large quantities o Aspirin U. D. Co. Tablets that we know ar Pure and Genuine. They are rigidly tested b; first-class chemists and are put out by a firr, of the very highest standing, the United Druj Company of Boston. We, as . RexalJ Drug gists, are their exclusive agents in St. Johns bury. N The Aspirin patent expired in 1917 and an; rie can now make Aspirin an sell it unde that name. Aspirin U. D. Co. Tablets arc put , up in -packages of 12's; 24's; 100's. ' The price is moderate, for there is no profiteering in United Drug Co. business methods. LANDRY'S DRUG STORE St. Johnubury, Vermont tire rt Q'- Mi 'vmrMO . end of we'-k J. C. Mr.! Cr-i- return- There's a Satis fied User Near I You no: r r ff . i ( ! o h ho -10 jn St. Jih-T-huw. The wn"l entertainment in Ibp Cour-e viM bo rt lecture " M'w'ny ov-nin-. Nov R. by ?"-i!ol V. r.iM--'(11. :- caiVm- T-Irtll. It is hoped th'--,o w''l - r,,n hou e. M'-s. j. V. Vi"i-ims and her -' '- .. -n.',.,.. p T?r-nv are visiting '. it nd- in PiMsford. Vt. I Colonial i heatre SUTTON Mrs. Soidd-i W'son '--" time with friends Co"'e- at -f rT(tln' Lyndon L. Watson were in it n ci'-iir.n. '"rs E. 1 -"Trr ('c,0.. Gordon ,S Tn!i'i- . I'-jfl-v. 1 A. TI. Tnh;iPi 'lf),.., .-w.,rl 11'- vi'nl" '-;th dr"-h'r '1 E. Danfni-ih. r,,,.'r0 lllnlo )j ,-n;r li, lri'-n. Will S-mborn of WheTlcck is her The Greatest Laughing Treat in Years NEW YORK and BOSTON ORIGINAL ALL STAR CAST (The Only Company on Tour) BREAKING THEATRE RECORDS EVERYWHERE Tickets at Eastman's, 9.00 A. M., Friday PRICES . : : : : 50c, 75c, $1.00, $1.50, $2.00 Avoid Disappointment Secure Tickets Early "It. Mi ". H."'woli of I '"do" '"i rr ' i..-itod Mi - Henrietta Ester brooks on Saturday.