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ESSEX COUNTY HERALD
Iboitba 0reettngs from
Christmas shopping is easy this year at Island Pond as
Santa Claus has established headquarters at our Rooms where a
fine line of Holiday Gifts have, been assembled for your inspection.
How about a Piano you promised the
family for Christmas?
There is no one gift that embraces the entire household like
a good Piano. Why not make your selection now and let us hold
it for Christmas deliverj' ?
II you have a Piano, our next best suggestion is a Phono
graph. Place one of these in your home for Christmas and hear
the World's Best Musicians, both instrumental and vocal, at very
nominal cost. We have the
Victrola, Columbia, Edisons and Sonora
the lour best machines made, in all the latest styles. A few
choice records for a friend who has a Phonograph is a most ac
ceptable gift. If these suggestions do not appeal to you, then
why not a
Violin, Banjo, Guitar or Mandolin, or a
Nice Music Roll or a Satchel?
You really should see the many beautiful Gifts from which
you can make your Holiday Selections. We invite you to call
early while our lines are complete, and avoid the rush and uncer
tainty of the last minute shopper. We shall appreciate your pat
ronage and shall try hard to merit it.
'HIS MASTER'S VOICE
REG U.S. PAT. OFF.
M. Of F. MARCA INDUSTRIAL RCOISTRADA
BAILEY'S MUSIC ROOMS
D. W. SCRIBNER, Local Manager.
We have a fine line of Oak Rockers with leather
and cloth bottoms, also Parlor Tables, Dining and
Just received an assortment of Electric Parlor
Lamps in especially pleasing pattern?.
Se us for anything in Hardware and House Furnishings.
Foss & Company
D. K.. Hopkins is in very poor
Mrs. Mable Perry, clerk in W. G.
Stoddart's store, spent the first of
the week at Newport.
C. E. Coruth has resigned as town
clerk and treasurer. W. G. Stod
dard has been appointed his success
or. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Hinton spent
Thanksgiving with her parents at
Clarence Crowe of Derby Line has
been spending a few days with rela
tives. Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Kelly spent
Thanksgiving with his brother in
Mrs. B. C. Courser and son War
ren were called to Lowell, last week
to attend the furneral of Mrs. Cour
Harold Stumpf has returned from
Conn, where he has spent several
weeks. 1 !
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Maxwell were
called to Newport city Monday by
the illness of their daughter, Leas,
who works in Hurst's restaurant. -
Remember the church fair to be
held both afternoon and evening
Friday, Dec. 13. An oyster supper
will be served from 6 o'clock until
all arc served. Everybody come
and help make it a success.
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Parker of Is
land Pond spent Thanksgiving with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. N.
Several from here attended the
Thanksgiving ball at W. Charleston
and Island Pond.
Charlie Meecham of Island Pond
has moved in Hinton and Cauning's
Harrison Johnson has moved into
SJU3UI3U3J B.UOSpniJ ' 'H JO 9U0
Miss Jennie Campbell, who teach
es at Newport City, spent Thanks
giving at home.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Chase of Mor
gan spent Thanksgiving with his
Miss Grace Stumpf of Coaticook,
spent the week end with her mother,
Mrs. Mary Stumpf.
Leon Buck has been confined to
the house the past week with an ul
Miss Ruby Tripp, of Orleans, spent
the week end with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Alson Tripp.
The annual church meeting that
was( to be Monday night Dec. 2, has
been postponed until Monday night,
Mrs. and Mrs. Frank Seace of St.
Johnbury, are visiting relatives in
Pearl Grant of Windsor, is visit
ing her brother and sister atFitzdale.
Marcia Isham, who works at Dr.
Farmer's at St. Johnsbury, spent
Thanksgiving with her mother, Mrs.
Mrs. D. M. Smith was a business
visitor in St. Johnsbury recently.
Mrs.John Folsom received a letter
from her son, Pvt. Ross Folsom, that
he was wounded in action Oct. 23,
in the left foot. He was in a base
hospital having good care and in a
real bed with sheets, the first he had
been in since he was home Aug. 15,
1917. He went to France in Sept.
with the 102nd Machine Gun Bat
talion and has seen much active ser
vice not having recieved a wound up
to the present one.
D. M. Smith recently received a
letter from the Governor and Di
rectors of the Federal Reserve Bank
of Boston in appreciation of the and
patriotric service rendered by him in
connection with the Fourth Liberty
Loan of Oct. 1918.
Memorial services were held in the
Methodist Church here Sunday for
Lieutenant Leonard B. Fuller, who
was formerly pastor here, he having
been killed in France by an aero
plane accident. Much sympathy is
extended to the family in their sad
School in the village had a Thanks
giving recess from Wednesday un
til Tuesday of this week.
Mrs. Helen Folsom was home from
her work at St. Johnsbury from
Wednesday until Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Smith spent
Thanksgiving at their son's, Almond
Smith at South Lunenburg.
Pain Kept Him Awake Night
J.W.Peck, Coraopolis, Pa., writes:
"I suffered terrible pain; unable to
lie down at night. Tried three diff
erent doctors. Three weeks ago be
gan taking Foley Kidney Pills; im
provement in my condition is really
wonderful." Use Foley Kidney Pills
for kidneys, bladder trouble, back
John W. Thurston. Adv.
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have your early renewal?
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date of expiration.
Essex County Herald
Island Pond, Vermont
A. E. PAR LIN, M. D.
Oflice at J. S. Sweeney's home
A. A. WATERMAN
HASTINGS & HAMILTON
CONSULTING AND CONTRACTING
Kyle T. Brown
Insurance Real Estate
Will attend sales anywhere in Vermont or
New Hampshire at reasonable rates. Office In
Brown's Store, Lunenburg, Vt. Arrangements
can be made with K. A. Bemis. Telephone 2-5
HARRY B. AMEY
Opera Block Island Poirl
C. R. POWELL
OJiic next tofTown Clerk's office
Office closed evenings
Mrs. Tuffield Berry is very ill of
R. A. Melcher of Island Pond vis
ited at the house of II . W. Mosher
Mrs Mary Annis was at Island
Pond Monday to attend the furneral
of her mother, Mrs. Charles Bresse.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur King of East
Burke visited his father and mother
Mr. and Mrs. D. V. Krhg, recently.
John Dewey is moving to his farm
at Bald Hill.
Julius Dubonia of St. Johnsbury
visited Louis St. Peter last week,
and from there he joined his broth
er, Leonard, and they visited friends
There will be a dance in Union
hall, Dec. 13, given by the Victory
Girls and Boys and Junior Red Cross.
Everybody is invited to come and
bring a lunch, coffee will be served.
Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo Bean of West
Burke visited John Dewey recently.
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