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jpr " " irirn irir- ir--n- iru iiu m irn un if 11 ir n irirjj 1 We are handling Job Printing same as before the lire send in your orders. ( IBVirii irTi ii ii-ir nrii iru nii irii n irnririi- iru irirfil A' VOL. XLII. Established June 1S66. THE UNITED OPINION, BRADFORD, VERMONT, FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 22, , 1922. No. 14. V 1 1 Mtxvy Cfjrtetmas appp Mtto lear i syS mam j 10 PU. jg 1 BRADFORD NATIONAL BANK 1 jj BRADFORD VT. j Business Cards H. W. HASTINGS ATTORNEY-AT-LAW BRADFORD. VT, Bank Block. WALTER S. COLE. D. D. S., FlrM-Class Dentistry Moderate Prices. Terms Cash Bank Block, Bradford. - C. A. CRAMTON. M. D. Specialist Eye, Ear, None and Throat Office 29 Mnln St., St. Johnsbarr, Vt Office Hours 9 a. m. to S I), in. Appointments for examinations of the eyes for glasses can be made in advance by letter or telephone. GEORGE A. WEAVER, M. D. ' BRADFORD, VT. Office at lU'Hidi-nce, Cor. of Pleasnnt St. and Goshen Rd. Office Hourm 8-9 a. m.; 1-2 and 7-8 p in. Telephone 28. FRANKLIN P. DWINELL. M. D. BRADFORD, VT. Office. Hourm 1-2, 7-8 J. m. Phone 127. DR. F. A. SLADER OpIomctrlHt-Opllcliin Main office, llull.iiiil. Vt. Local office, Hotel Low . THURSDAY, JAN. 4 with once-a-month visits thereafter. Eyes Examined and Gatises Fitted at the Dr. WHhoii office ' EVERY SATURDAY Other Days by Appointment. A. N. JOHNSON, Opto. GEORGE THOMAS, D. V. M. VETERINARIAN. Office at Fred Doe's, Telephone 19-3 Telephone at Residence 19-2. Special Announcements. Obituary No (Ices, 'poetry and Resolu tions, 5 cents per line. Heailintr Notices under Specl:il Announcements 10 cents a line, each Insertion; anions; lod'ls 20 cen's. Card of 'I'll. in kx, SO cents. All purely buslii -km notices published in our reading columns, and all adver tisements of church, Sunday-school mid other fairs, excursions, elc. wher - money Is expected to be realized, will be ch r ed for at our reuular rates. Editorlnl notices of such affairs will be published free. For Sale. Wood, split and slabbed, round and four foot. James Watson, Bradford, Vt. Phone 136-21. lltf DE-HORNING Without the loss of blood. A first-class job guaranteed or no charge. Carl E. Thompson, Bradford, Vt. 14-15 AUTOMOBILE STORAGE. Having leased the Hotel Low Barn, I have accommodations for an un limited number of cars for winter storage. Great care will be taken with a 1 such left in my care. E D Benjamin, Hotel Low Livery. Brad ford, Vt. 7tf. ELSIE M. WESTGATE Teacher of Piano In Orford, Thursdays; Falrlee, Fridays) Bradford, Saturdays. Address. Haverhill. N. II. CARL S. JUDD Electrician WIRING, REPAIRS, MOTORS AND APPLIANCES Tel. no. ni-4 Bradford, Vt. CAN YOU USE WATER ? Write for Terms and Particulars. Bay State Artesian Well Co, Inc., Tel. 98 Concord, N. H. 65 No. State St. JONATHAN TYLER COUNCIL NO. 35 ' O. V. A. M. Meets second and fourth Monday evenings at Town Halt PIERMONT. N. H. John Stlcknej, Councilor. 0. B. Stanley, R. S. O-vChampion Lodge Vs No. 17, 1.O.O.F. Meets Erery Tuesday at 8 p. m. Ferrest E. Allen, N. G. ' Janwt E. WeJton, V. G. K. E. Hfltbon. See. True, Christmas comes but once a year, but things do hum the short time it's here. Mrs. Mabel W. White returned last week Wednesday from the Mary Hitch cock Hospital, Hanover, N. H., much im proved in health. Bradford P.encw your Suosirript'on new. You will Le doinj us a favor if you wili let us enter your renewal in De cember for in January comes the rush. Miss Helen Gilmour of Boston, Mass., is spending the Lhristmas vacation at her home here. Miss Nellie Clogston returned home to day from I7urlin;iton for a two weeks' va cation. Miss Susan A. Maguire left today (Fri day) to spend the holidays at her home in Salem, Mass. Miss Bernice McClure of Middlebury is spending a two weeks' vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. McClure. Mr. Clarence Judd of Newport is taking O. E. Flint's place at the electric light plant. Mrs. Judd and three children came Monday. The family are occupying one of the .Jacobs tenements near Hotel Low. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Murphy are enter taining over the holidays their daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. E. D. East mi n and three children of East Corinth, U.eir son, Martin J. Murphy of Bellows Falls, and daughter, Miss Mary B. Mur phy of Laconia, N. H. G. W. Carleton, C. P,. Mrs Ada, Mabel Davis and William Bonner returned from State Grange atBurlington last Thursday They report a good time and will present an account of the proceedings at the next meeting of Clover Leaf G ranee, Dec. 28. Sidney McKcrne, who has been work ing with H. C. Staples on the Opinion bldg., left Saturday for Iietbe River, where he has a position as foreman in one of the departments of the Woodstock Lumljer Co. Thoso having no absent marks in the 5th and Cth grades for -the fall term are: Wehnan Day, Alton Hutcliins, Andross Lamb, Alva Merrill, Waldo Peavey, George Hood, and Lilla Davis; Lucille Kinghorn was absent one-half day, Ce cilia Murphy, Everett Eastman, Kenneth Flint and Harry Martin were absent one day. , THE YULETIDE SEASON. A Bradford Christmas is always a Christmas of Good Cheer, the time when absent friends return to us, the time when gift-giving is appreciated by us, time when happiness is everywhere, and nobody feels disposed to be either a miser or a grouch. Spending this Christmas will be done on a fairly liberal scale, and there is no particular reason why it should not be so. We'have some good stoies in 1 . T-'l 1 this town. 1 heir owners have grown up in our midst and have helped to make the community what it is a good place to live. They have a reputation for fair dealing, and they lfVe up to the reputation they have earned. The columns of this paper are advertising their goods extensively during the holiday trade," and many a choice bargain will be found among these ads. We ask you to read them, then look over thei assortment of goods in the various business places. j ti . i 1 r i i ne wise person never goes aDroaq ror wnar. can be had just as well at home. The sure Way is always the safe way, and you are sure of what you get from the home dealer. We extend a Merry Christmas to all. ndrew C, Marnier left Tuesday of last week to represent Davol Rubber Co., Providence, R. I., as traveling salesman on the Pacific Coast. Mr. Mumler expects to make Los Angeles, California, his head piarters, and will move his family there n the sprin". i At a meeting of Trotter Encampment hold Friday evening, the foilowins officers were elected for the ensuing year: C. P. W. r, Hunt; II. P., W. . Rogers, S. W. K. D. Hilthon; Jr. W., Edward Lynch; Scribe, John II. Stillwcll, Treas., W. E roo'"s. Bradford Colonial Events Entertainments Commence at 8 p. m. Doors Open at 7.30 p. m. George A. Jenkins, Proprietor Saturday and Monday, Dt c. 23 and 25 MARY PICKF0RD IN " LITTLE LORD FAUNTLEROY " This ten-reel Super-Special is considered one of the finest pictures on the screen today. Prices as follows; Saturday, Dec. 23, 8.15 P. M. Adults 35c, Children 20c Monday, Dec. 25. MatineJ 2.30 P. M. Adults 25c. Children 12 years of age and under, admitted free. Evening 8 P. M. Adults 35c. Children 20c. . Thursday, Dec. 28 Dustin Farnum in " Yomesite Trail " A thrilling picture of California's gold days. Clyde Cook Comedy, "Lazy iones " Saturday, Dec. 30 Curwood's "Courage of Marge ODoone" Ifc. t sa - If f 1 II I I Suggestions FOR CHRISTMAS SIPPING Novelty Baskets Novelty Calendars Novelty Pins Novelty JJeads Novelty Combs Narcissus Bulbs and Disbes Vanity Cases Leatber Bags Dolls and Teddy Bears Caps and Scarf Sets Wool and Silk Hose Wool and Kid Gloves Handkerchiefs Silk Petticoats Silk Camisoles Silk and Wool Shirt Waists Philippine Hand Embroider ed Underwear. "Vermont BIBLE THOUGHT FOR TODAY THE NEW COMMANDMENT: Jesus said: A new command rnflnt. I piva unto vnu. That ve love one another: ns f hnva lru ed vou. that ye also love one another. By this shall all men know that ye are my disciples, if ye have love one to another. John 13:34-35. ETERNAL PROTECTION: The Lord shall preserve thy going out and thy coming in from this time forth,and even for evermore. Psalm 1218. CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH GRACE CHURCH Christmas Sunday appropriate service I The" Children's Christmas tree and with special Christmas music. The min-I exercises on Saturday evening, at 7.130 istor will preach on the subject "The j Let us all be children, and come together World Peace." on this occasion of Peace and Goodwill. The Bible School assisted by the choir Sunday Dec. 24th will be our Christmas will give the Christmas pageant: "The Sunday. At 10:30 A. M. the choir will Messenger" in the Church at 5 P. M. give a full musical program A brief Everyone is invited.' sermon on the subject: "The Morning The Girl's Club will meet Wednesday Star." at 4 o'clock. 11:45 A. M. Bible study. The Roy's Club meets Wednesday at I 7 P. M. Evening worship. A Christmas 7 o'clock. Pantomime; "Ihc Search of the Shcp Prater Service Thursday at 7:30 at herds," in twelve tableaux with readings the Parsonage. We will take up for and selections of Old Mutne. study Dean Bosworth book, "What it I The Woman's Home Missionary society means to be a Christian," Every mem- will meet Wed. Dec. 27th at the home ber present adds interest and inspiration, of Mrs. Craig, Mrs. Flint, Leader. Why not come? v Epworth League meets Tuesday eTen- The music for next Sunday morning lngs a ' -M. Prelude Grande Offertoire in F. Carol . Prayer meeting Thursday 7:30 P. M. Christmas Suggestions at our Gift Shop Men's Suits and Overcoats Heavy Underwear Hats Caps Boots Shces Ties, Handkerchiefs A Dress Shirts Woolen Shirts Skis and Snowshoes A Pair of Fancy Slippers for her, or a Dress or Shoes In fact a thousand and one articles suit - able for gifts. BLAKE & CUMMINGS Stevens Block Bradford, Vt. "There a song in the Air". Bastiste Anthem "Joy by the World" Holcomb Offertory Solo,"In Old Judea." Gribel Violin Obligato Postlude Saucta Maria. Faure J. A. LYTLE. O. J. ANDERSON. THE PARK-WOOD LUMBER COMPANY A new organization, The Park-Wood Lumber Company, has just been incor porated under the laws of New Hampshire wiih an authorized capital of 500,000. The officers are: II. B. Moulton, Presi- dent: E. K. Woodworth. Vice-president : Rov S Brown. Tresaurer: Martin A. I Mrs- Earl Esdon is clerking in Hunt k Brown.General Manaarer: these officers and Jenkins' during he holidays. II. K. Hallett constitute the Board of Di- Marguerite Cauiar of Warren, N. II., rectors. Clifford M. McLean will' take V1t'ng her eousirf, Edward Carr. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY. Public Services are held In Bradford National Bank Building:. Room i. every Sunday morning at 10.46. Subject for the week Christian SK ence. Lesson for Thanksgiving: Dar. Sunday School at 12 o'clock. The Rending- Room Is ODen everr Saturday afternoon from 3 to 6. Every body welcome. CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank all of my Picrmont friends who so kindly remembered me a short time ago. Amie Hodge. W. F. Davis has added a confectionery department in his ew place of busineas. The stock of the Variety Store, pur chased by John C. Strong, is being disponed of. The Corinth Library will be open only the winter charge of the Florida office. This com pany owns the extensive tract of timber land and mill at Port St. Joe, Calhoun County, Florida, referred to last week as having been purchased for several hundred thousand dollars. E ' E. Doe and Rov S. Brown, accom- everv two wwks T,W , i 1 1 panied by their wives, left last Thursday mol"Qs. for Port St. Joe. Mr. Doe, who for many years wa6 with the Connecticut Valley Lumber Company and for the past twenty four years w it h The Puke r-Young Com pany as Ixical Manager at Orleans, Ver mont, will rebuild the mill and (rreutly in crease its capacity. The Company will produce the highest grade Cypress and Bradford's Old Established Long I .eaf Pine lumber. Mr. E. F. Childers of Florida will be Iocl Manager of operations at Port St. Joe. Mr. Doe will have immediate charge of the mill and Mr. Abram Boyle, for thirty years woods foreman for the Henry Paper Company and the Tarker- Young Company, will have charge of the logging. The experience and fitness of the men in charge reflect credit on the usual ability of Mr. Martin A. Brown to organ ic lumbering and manufacturing concerns. Margarent Jenkins of Bradford visited at the home of Horace Goodwin the first of the week. John II. Stillwell, D. D. P. G., will in stall the officers of Trotter Encampment, January 1st. BAftBER SHOP extends to all a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. T. COLBY, Proprietor. ( V RDTsyM Vw vnacrvH JTVH BTV STVTl i I J