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THE WEEKLY CALEDONIAN, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1920
You Can't Help Liking This Range
The GOLD MEDAL GLENWOOD is in reality a combination range
- consisting of two complete ranges using different fuels, with neither one
! interfering in any manner with the other.
Coal supplies the fuel for one, and gas for the other. So far as the
use of these two fuels is concerned, it is exactly as though you had a
coal range and a gas range. The difference is that they occupy the
same floor space instead of being two separate ranges in two different
parts of the kitchen.
You may use the coal and the gas at the same time, or either one with
out the other. You have gas in warm weather and coal in cold weather.
But at any time you wish to do more baking or more cooking, you have
the,dvantage of using both fuels and both ovens at the same time.
It responds to your cooking art so quickly and efficiently, you will find
that cooking is on of the greatest pleasures in your home.
Call and See Them and you will understand at
once why a Glenwood Range "Makes Cooking Easy"
mm
H. J. Goodrich, St. Johnsbury
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III THE DRESSIEST - $ttlf& I I
jjjl WALKING BOOT
't&&2$$!fiS2LT& Attention , to details is what 19
Kill combine with a snug-fitting sweep T .1 . " ' f II I
I U cross the instep to Khc a bat makes the attire oi one person I
Hill anccd, trim, dressy effect. 1 1 i e II III
llll more distinctive than that of an- I I
II iv other. The Janet Button is a II
llll V very Pretty soe There is a final I I
III iSVx little touck t0 &e Pretty placed HI
sV strap that dresses up the foot. The I
HI v" covered Louis heel, the rich jet I
lU janbt button blackness, the pleasing grace and I
I 3S?5fflofiwbS informality suggest the afternoon' .
I II tifully combined with a prettily rr . II I
I I kjeigued bunoa stnp anair or matinee. I I
JL amey&reed 1 Jj
. - nVhcre Shoes arc Fitted" S
Senator Harding
Leads With 404
(Continued from page one)
endum-' upon the Lcatrue of Na
tions was impressive. In the absence
of final figures, the swelling tide of !
hujje pluralities early today nave him i
the assurance of 329 votes in the elec
toral coliejje as ajrainst 127 for Cox,
with 75 doubtful inclusive of sjtes
where the Republican tide was run
ning strong. The unofficial result pie
sasred a large majority in the electo
ral collep-c for Hardinir and his run
ning mate Coolidse of Massachusetts
than any since 1888, except alone the
vote of 433 for Wilson in 1912, dur
ing the Republican split. The Repub
lican congressional swing was as
strong', increased majorities in both
Senate and House being marked up
early today. Victory for virtually all
of the 15 Republican senators up for
reelection was spelled by the returns
while about a half dozen of the 1!)
Democratic candidates were battling
v.nir.st Republican leads.
The first trial of woman suffrage
contributed large!" to the Republican
majorities and was a factor in delay
ing the count in many states.
Senator Hardin-;- accepted his vic
tory without exultation r.tatiii"' that
he was "ino'c given to prayer to God
to make me canable of playing my
part." To Governor Coolidgc, the
next vice-president, he sent a mes
sage stating :" We've fot a real job
and we'll tackle it together." Gov.
ernor Cox also received his defeat
without untoward show of feeling.
He withheld any comment after re
maining at his newspaper office at
Pa'-ton until almost midnight and
ci.'inT his own paper issue an e'uly
rofnnntin"' his dofe.'it. Son'1"''
Harding, with the receipt of the 'bal
lot tidings on his 50th birthday an
nounced plans for a vacation bcrin
nimr nex'; Friday. He will spend
everal days near Brownsville. Tex
as aid 1hen tour the Panama Canal
rone Governor Cox is planning a
vic-itio:i on a hurting trin in Missns
''nni. In CnliTorniii whcvr Senator Phe
hvi, democrat, was trailing f"" be
lvnd Sununl Shcrtndiw. Republ'enn.
fvl v.-;b Sermt.iv H"vr'ing ever fer-
thpv n.h"1 on the ticket. adnrtior
of the .-Mien Ti"d Law amendment
vrlntir'f o the p.T."pnesP ln"d tpuvo
?d a "ri''p TM?io"itv. Of the demo-
eril'S, Sftvitor Tfnrlnnyood of Al
hnnisi. minoritv lender, was reelected.
Oorrnarptivp fow changes in commit
toe chpirmanshin are PYected to re--ult
in e-ther Senate v House.
LUNENBURG
One of the pleasant even's of the
early winter season took place at the
town hall on Friday evening, the oc
casion bointr a masauerade dance.
The floor was filled to capacity with !
being very handsome while others
were extremely odd, all blending to
make the pleasing whole. There
were many spectators also and the
music by Hill's Novelty orchestra of
St. Johnsbury was enjoyed by all.
Over $35 was taken at the door and
the young men plan for more of
those affairs during the coming win
ter. Mrs. Amanda Wentworth and Miss
Ara Wentworth spent part of last
week in Whitefield with Mrs. Wcnt
worth's daughter, Mrs. Anna Bean.
Mr. and Mrs. W. S Truman of Nor
way, Me, ares topping at W. T. Car
penter's Mrs Carpenter and two
grandchildren returned home with
thmem on Monday of last week
Mrs. Kate Warren spent part of
last week in Montpelier with her
niece, Mrs. Alice Fitzgerald, taking
in the Field Day of the Metropolitan
Life InsuranceConipau y given to
their 200 employees in Montpelier
among other pleasures.
Mr. and Mrs. John Covey enter
tained their friends fit their home on
Pond Hill last Friday evening when
dancing was enjoyed.
Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Kingsbury
went Thursday to Yarmouth, Me., and
Mr. and Mrs B I Brown are as-i.-ihig
Sirs. V.'illson in the post ollice during
Mrs. Kigsbury's abser.ee.
K. T. Brown and u. I. Brown w re
in Montpelier on business hist week.
C A Stanley of St .John.-buiv.
salesman for 1 he Lunenburg Mfg Co.,
was in town on Friday. Mrs. Stanley
accompanied him.
Mi. and Mrs. John Palmer, wiu ! sard, who i.-mn invalid,
wcro recentlv married, have moved to
tup u entwo.t:-, Jarm in the West
Neighborhood
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Stanton and
party of North Danville were recent
guests of the W. R. Bells at Bcllvlcw
farm, South Lunenburg.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Remick spent
Saturday in Lisbon with the Joseph
I.esstmls, the day being the birthday
ol Mrs Lemirk s mother. Mrs. Lcs-
COUNTY VOTE
FOR GOVERNOR
Votes for Harding
California
Colorado
Connecticut
Delaware
Idaho
Illinois
Indiana
Iowa
Kansas
Maine
Maryland
Massachusetts
Michigan
Minnesota -
Missouri
Montana
Nebraska
New Hampshire
New Jersey
New York
Oklahoma
Ohio i
Oregon
Pennsylvania
Arizona
Nevada
New Mexico
North Dakota
Rhode Island
South Dakota
Utah
Tennessee
Washington
Vermont
West Virginia
Wyoming
Wisconsin
13
C
7
3
4
29
15
13
10
6
8
18
v.
12
18
4
8
4
11
45
10
24
5
:;s
3
4
12
7
4
8
13
Total
404
Votes for Cox
Alabama 12
Arkansas 1
Florida 6
Georgia 14
Kentucky 13
Louisiana 10
Mississippi 10
North Carolina 12
South Carolina !H
Total 127
Texas 20
Virginia 12
Town Representatives
Elected In Caledonia Co.
The following town representatives
were elected in Caledonia County:
Eamet, Charles A. Choate, R.
Burke, C. H. Coburn, R.
Danville, A. J. Goss, D.
Groton, I. N. Hall, R.
Hardwick, Guv H. Albce, R.
Kirby, Roy F. Powers, R.
Lyndon, Sherburne Lang, R.
Newark, Walter Hosford, R.
Peacham, Frank A. Miller, R.
Ryegate, Dr. W. G. Darling, R.
Sheffield, H. P. Simpson, R.
St. Johnsbury, G. E. Woods, R.
Stannard, Charles Smith, R.
Sutton, Frank B. Norris.
Waldcn, J. B. Goslant, R.
Waterford, Willis Barker, R.
Wheelock, John Buckley, D.
I rmiqids
(Tablets or Granules)
L INDIGESTION
Tako dry on tongue or
with hot or cold water.
QUICK RELIEF!
Price, 25-50-75
MADE BY SCOTT IOWMI
MAKERS OF
SCOTT'S EMULSION
Barnct
Burke
Danville
Groton
Hardwick
Kirby
Lyndon
Newark
Peacham
Rverrate
Sheffield
St. Johnsbury
Stannarr1
Sutton
Walden
Waterford
Wheelock
a
K
317
200 42
424 lOfi
162 52
502 97
85 6
831 270
26 18
204 13
239 41
92 7
1920 6G6
35 0
121 12
50 10
116 15
113 43
5497 1481
Vote for President In
Caledonia County
Barnet
Burke
Danville
Groton
Hardwick
Kirby
Lyndon
Newark
Peacham
Ryegate
Sheffield
St. Johnsbury
Stannard
Sutton
Walden
Waterford
Wheelock
B
V
K
312
199
442
158
538
81
762
34
215
223
97
1858
35
127
50
120
113
x
o
U
92
40
116
72
131
435
19
17
58
13
711
0
13
13
17
55
5364 1838
COUNTY VOTE FOR
STATES ATTORNEY
"2
a -3m
ft
Barnet 197 199
Burke 168 79
Danville .'S71 153
Groton 129 81
Hardwick 99 224
Kirby 76 4
Lyndon 676 475
Newark 32 15
Peacham 175 28
Ryegate 200 58
Sheffield 84 14
St. Johnsbury 1490 1105
Stannard 34 0
Sutton 119 13
Walden 52 9
Waterford 95 20
Wheelock 101 50
4395 2527
COUNTY VOTE FOR
JUDGE OF PROBATE
Barnet
Burke
Danville
Groton
Hardwick
Kirby
Lyndon
Nowark
Peacham
Ryegate
Sheffield
St. Johnsbury
Stannard
Sutton
Waldcn
Waterford
Wheelock
289
195
412
143
485
70
779
on
I i
188
231.
91.
1748
tin
117
49
11 3
105
2
o
85
20
113
56
88
1
S02
0
11
41
!l
711
0
11
11
13
46
County SenatorVote by Towns
Barnet
Burke
Danville
Groton
Hardwick
Kirby
Lyndon
Newark
Peacham
Ryegate
Sheffield
St. Johnsbury
Stannard
Sutton
Walden
Waterford
Wheelock
Total
K Q
" sT c
7 J2 c
n
H Q
"i:. 301 78 78
207 -195 t! l;i
:is 406 li.-, n:j
119 1-"'2 54 53
166 511 s;: 85
SS (i!) :! 1
SI7 712 327 291
"2 31 15 ir,
IS6 1K7 12 11
22S 230 42 43
K7 ! (
77!) 1727 002 741
31 34 0 0
120 115 11 1,)
"'0 52 10 11
116 10!) 1 II 12
HI 109 43 38
'ITS ;0!)1 141)5 1530
PHONOGRAPHS PHONOGRAPHS
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NOT
0 .
Victrolas, Sbnoras, Beacon, Pathe,
Edison Cylinder and several others of the
leading Standard reliable machines of
quality.
. Come in and select one now for later
delivery. There is sure to be a shortage of
best sellers this year as usual, as we are
only getting a small percentage of our ord
ers filled for the Holidays.
Also get our prices on Piano and Player-pianos
before buying.
Some good values in little used players.
McLean s Music Store
APPLES, AND PEARS
The Boynton Fruit Company has on the track
at the
St. Johnsbur
y Depot
a second carload of those Fancy Lake Ontario Ap
ples from the Niagara Falls District. In the car are:
Northern Spies, Sweet Apples, Baldwins, Greenings,
King, two varieties of Pippins. A fine variety of
Tears. All apples are hand picked and packed in
baskets.
5081 1518
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