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Œlje sl|epl{erbs of tlje folb,
tElfe <JMagt ûritl| tljeir gifts of mgrrlf
(Anb frankincense anb goliL
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(A king, anb get no biabem
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^But ( 1äiB obm mot If er s breast;
palace bias a stable,
|Bare of hnigljt or palabin,
Jffilfen Cllfrist tlfe ^Corh of ^Heaben
QIame to free tlfe biorlb of sin.
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John S. M'Groarty.
Dependable Values in Groceries
The ever increasing number of patrons of our gro
cery is positive proof of the dependable values we give
our customers and the courteous and satisfactory treat
ment received from our able forces.
In buying we endeavor to select those goods only goods are not satisfactory.
that we can heartily recommend to our trade and that
we ourselves would be willing to use—Remembering,
too, our absolute guarantee of quality goes with each
article. We insist upon refunding your money if the
Money Savers for
Xmas Shoppers:
GREETINGS
High (grade Brooms, while they last.
Navy Beans- New Stock, per pound..
Dried Prunes, large size, per pound..
Ont Can of Corn.
Seven Cans of Corn.
One Caji Tomatoes..
Six Cins Tomatoes.
One T|all Can Milk.
Seven Tall Cans Milk...
Seedless Raisins, per package..
Seeded Raisins, per package.
Seeded Raisins, two packages for. ..
One Package of Corn Flakes.
One Package of Fruited Wheat.
One Package of Fruited Oats
Cream Oil Soap, per bar.
Cfeam Oil Soap, 3 bars for...
Palm 0*ive Soap, per bar.
Palm Olive Soap- 3 bars for...
One Roll Toilet Paper.
Six Rolls of Toilet Paper for
12 Rolls of Toilet Paper for
65c
10c
Our hearty wishes for a Merry
Christmas and a Happy and
Prosperous New Year Goes Out
to Everyone, and we thank all
our friends for their past favors
and by our promise of honest
dealing ask a continuance of
these pleasant relations.
30c
15c
$1.00
17c
$1.00
15c
$1.00
25c
25c
45c
10c
25c
25c
10c
25c
10c
25c
8c
40c
75c
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sh Grocery—Telephone No. 147
aars
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QUALITY GIFTS
Yes, that'8 the kind of Christmas gifts that you get when you buy from our store b e
< ? uS3 when we buy we select every article because of its quality, thus we fix it so
that no matter what you buy of us the qu ality will be of the best.
And, speaking of Christmas gifts—Well, I should say we do have a fine assortment
ci articles for gifts. You know for gifts people like to receive things out of the or
dinary so for our Christmas trade this year we brought on a number of things out Of
the ordinary. And, though they are extraordinary the prices we ask for them aye
very reasonable.
Here a few items from our extraordinary stock that will make excellent gifts and the
prices we ask for them are very moderate: Waterman's Fountain Pens; Community
Silverware; Toilet Cases; Lavilleres; La Tausca Pearls; Watches; Gold Chains; Gold
and Silver Belt Buckles; Diamond Rings; Cameo Broaches; Wrist Watches; Mantle
Clocks; Libbies' Cut Glass and Cuff Links
TO EVERYONE WE EXTEND A SINCERE WISH
FOR A
MERRY AND JOYFUL CHRISTMA,
AND A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Goodman & Christman
0. S. L. Watch Inspectors
Montpelier
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I ^ Christmas ! P
3 BUssing »
By Rev. Dr. Howard Duffield
AY the Blessing
of the Light that
shown at Mid
night come to the
hearts that are shad
owed and the homes
that are dark.
May the Blessing of
the Song of the Angels
come to the multitudes
who strive and bleed
upon fields of battle,
and to all who wage
the hard warfare of
life.
May the Blessing of
the Good Word to the
Shepherds come to ev
eryone who is humbly
and honestly laboring
to do a share of their
world's work.
May the Blessing of
the Manger Cradle
come to that innumer
able company against
whom the doors of
hope and peace and
rest are shut.
May the blessing of
the Holy Child come
to every one who has
forgotten that Thou,
O God, art his Father,
and that all men are
brothers.
May the Blessing of
the Guiding Star come
to those who wander
in the night and can
not find the homeward
M
I
way.
May the Blessing of
the Stable come upon
all hearts, wakening a
kindly sense of kin
dred with every living
thing that walks the
field and forest, or
wings the air, or pass
es along the paths of
the seas.
I
P
A CHRISTMAS SUPER8T(TION.
In the west of England It tvas
firmly believed that anyone who vis
ited a cattle shed on Christa*»! eve
would hear the beasts converging. But
such a visit was considered perilous—
the Irreverent eavesdropper being like
ly to hear words of 111 omen, as in the
legend of the farmer who heard his
oxen comparing mournful notes of a
certain hard day's work that lay be
fore them In the future : "It Is a long
way np the hill to the churchyard, and
Brand speaks
of a west country peasant Who told
him that he had himself sepn cattle
fall on their knees at the Holy Haw,
and heard them utter a pvu
Christian creatures."
once
our master Is heavy.
many liberty bonds
ARE GOING
mo
San Francisco, Dec. li._More
; than »41,000 worth of First Liberty
loan bonds with accrued interest to
the amount of »3.600 are going beg
ging for rlghtfil owners In jthe Fed
eral reserve bank of San Francisco.
The bank haa had the bonds tor _ov- _
er two years, and la arxioua that the
owners, who were given thl interim
certificated In lieu of the bon da **- *
ing the first loan, surrender the cer
tificates at once in
bonds.
At the time of the «rat liberty loan
the actual bonds were not ifeady far
distribution, and interim ce
were issued. These, however, bear
no interest, so that persons [through
out the Twelth Federal R
trict who are holding in
tificates should communicate with the
Federal Reserve Bank in
the exchange can be made i
interest accrued on the b
If a subscriber bas lost the
the federal reserve bank
notified, and,
dure to be followed In p
claim for relief will be turn
for the
rtificate*
e dls
oi-der that
hould be
». proce
upon requ
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