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ESTABLISHED AUGUST 8, 1837
ST. JOHNSBURY, VERMONT, WEDNESDAY, MAY 12, 1920
83rd YEAR NUMBER 1106
MISS BROOKS CONGREGATIONAL
LEADER NEXT CHURCHES GO -CONFERENCE
! OVER THE TOP
. NEWS LETTER
Honor Falls to St. Johns
bury Girl at the Burling
The gills thai, attended the older
girls' conference a1
I turned to their respective home
We are Outfitters
to the Boys
Our increasing business in this department
is constantly on the gain, and why shouldn't
We have sold too many thousand dollars'
worth oi; satisfaction-giving Suits to have
the mothers of St. J. and surrounding towns
forget it in a hurry.
We don't intend they or the boys either will
forget. We want the boys for customers
when they grow up, and this is the way we
go after them with the best goods we can
buy, plenty of them and at a moderate uni
form price. 1
Wash Suits, ages 2 to 8 yrs., $1.25 to $4.50
Juvenile Suits, ages 4 to 9 yrs., $6.00 to $10
Boys' Suits, ages 7 to 18 yrs., $7.50 to $20
Boys' Stout Suits, ages 14 to 18 yrs.,
$10 to $21
Odd Trousers, ages 4 to 17 yrs.,
$1.50 to $3.50
Odd Trousers, Stout Cut, ages 1 4to 18 yrs.,
$3.00 to $4.50
Monday forenoon and were cnthu
iastic over the u'ecess of the gathering.
Besides the Rills in Burlington .")(K
: attended the conference wheh '.vas
! held under the auspices of the Y. W.
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i Many Churches Have Re
j ported Sums Raised in Ex
cess of Their Quota
I The returns in the drive in the
: Congregational churches in this vici
nitv have been coming in rather slow
I ly to E. II. Cowles of St. Johnsbury,
j the county chairman, but there is no
i doubt but what the churches have cx
i cecded their nuota and the 21.') Con
I grogational churches in, Vermont will
I raise more than their quota of
I Tho churclir s Kat t Burke, Lvn
(Continucd on p-ig.? four)
to Farmers "
Steele, Taplin & Co.
W. A. TAPLIN, Proprietor
On the Hill
A Good Place To Buy Boys' and Children's Clothing.
ST. JOHNSBURY, VT.
WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY and FRIDAY
Hqr picmfokd j
MARKET NEWS I.tST
These letters will contain. 1'.
tion relative to the mnnufaffe
dairy products and ' timeljT 1
I nun ruguruinir me mantc
farm products, particularly A
; ducts, and other marketing j
! tion. -. "fy '
j It is hoped that thrtfuffH
Creamery and Market NeWa . .'
the producers and manufacb
food products will drivo, sol
K'estions which if applied to
busines smay result in ineveai
SWEET CREAM SHlH .
Creameries shinning sw3t
to the different markets sM
that each can is -roperly seaij , .
a wire seal. This is vitally irt ,.
for when this is not done, Uy '
very often is tam-ered with. 1..
sit. Several dealers on the
markets are complaining oi:
when cans shipped to them a
prone rly scaled. .
It is estimated bv the .-.
States Bureau of Markets tl
creameries in the. state produ' f
proximately 10,750,000 lbs, pf
during 191!). In 1918 Vermo
torirs- manufactured 10,922,6
which is about tho same as last
In 1917, 11,998,133 lbs: were
factured, compared, with' 14,
lbs. in J91G.
NEW CREAMERY AT
The dirqetors and patrons;
Northfield Cooperative Creani.
their annual meeting, voted U
a new plant. Work will be be
the near future. The cost of t! "
building and equipment will a)
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Mary Pickf ord
in the most popular and best known story in the
The Picture of Sunshine and Charm
Matinee 2.00: Prices, Adults 25c. Children 15c
Evening 7.45 : Prices, Adults 35c. ' Children 20c
Evening Shows 7.45
"Pollyanna" ran 10 weeks at Tremont Temple at a
top price of $1.10
I 9 M
money to their credit
at the Wells Kivcr
Savings Bank know by . '
pleasant e xperien ce
that the regular bank
. depositing habit pays. . '
Howjis it with you?
Why! not start an ac
coun now with us?
4 Per Cent Interest .,
A FascinatingJMusical Show for Young and .Old.
Colonial Theatre, May 14 and IS (Ma"nee
Forvthe Benefit of Brightlook Hospital
The dream girl falls asleep and goes to
the Land or" Once Upon 4 Time. Here she
meets the witch, Yaddo, Santa Claus, Old
King 'Cole, Uncle Tom, the Fairies and
many other characters of Fairyland. There
is music and dancing and the Dream Girl
has a perfectly wonderful time. You will
enjoy it all just as much as the Dream Girl
There is enhancement in every bit of
the music of Yaddo. It is a theme of joy, of
mystery, of fun and frolic. It takes you
with the Fairies in their dance in Wonder
land and to the strange antics of the
Witches in their Dungeon. There arc many
line solos sung by St. Johnsbury Vs most
The production is under the personal
direction of Mr. and Mrs. Harry E. Gage,
' who so successfully put on the recent pro
duction here of "Marrying Mary." No ex
pense has been scared in the wonderful
settings of this production. The lighting
effects a'dd greatly to the dazzling stage
craft of this production.
THE CAST Uncle Tom, Merrill Coun
sel!; Aurora Borah's, Mrs. James Cosgrove;
Queen of Night, Mrs. NoniiaM McLean;
First Gnome, Dana Baxter; Second Gnome, .
Paul Perrigard; Fairy QumMiss Thelma.
Ronan"; Yaddo, Miss Dofftfyrown; The
Dream Girl,, Miss DorjiieDrouin ; Scarce- '.
crow, Leon Baxter; M$ftpam, George Pre- '
vost; Patchwork' GirpiTic Jenks; Santa ,
Claus, Lindol Scot;,f01d King Cole, Olin
Adams;. Nora . MeGuirc, Levon Payson;
Quite' ontrary'Miss Lillian Richards;
Aunt, pjnah, Mrs. Carrie Wright.
Tickets $1.00 plus war tax. Matinee ") cents plus war tax. Exchange of advance sale of tickets at Colonial Theatre, Tuesday evening, May 11, at 7.30 V. M. Tickets on sale at UrighnM's Vfu rtorLpu may receive wits by telephone. Call St. ,
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