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CLEARANCE SALE of ali SUMMER MERCHANDISE GÀRMENT ROOM Wash Dresses: Ali Voile Gingham and Poplin Dresses are priced in three lots. $7.50, $8.50, S12.50, formerly sold at 110-95 to $22.50. Bnthing SuitsiìAU Wool bast quality, Avere $8.95' to $12.50. Your choicc at $7.50 Coats and Suits: Oh yes, Ave have a feAV ex eeptlonal values at hard- " ly the price of the ma terial. House Dresses: 75 House Dresses in one lot any sizc at$3.19 less than the price of jLhe material. Shirt Waists: Silk Waists, striped Silks, Georgettes, Crepe De Chines, Avere $7.95 to $10.00 noAV $4.95 Silk Waists that sold f or $6.95 noAV $3.95 Smocks of Voile Piques, Ducks and Poplin, Avere $3.95 to $4.95 now $2.95 Voile Waists Avere $1.98, $2,19 noAV $1.49 Children.'s Hats, Straw, Piqué and Poplin, prac tically half price. Sweaters, 30 Slipons macie of Wool and Silk. Your choice at $5.95 V.oi'es, Organdies, Muslins, ali that sold for $1.00 or less 49 cents $1.98 and $2.50 qualities at 98 cents Thcse and many others at this final sale. LEACH & WATERMAN li j$&n n ST. JOHNSBURY Locai NeAvs TONIGHT and t lUiUUKKUVY This Theatre givea you the Let in pictures, projection and music The Scrcen's Dynamic Daredcvil is Here in Ilis L , Latest Thriller! . ' V WILLIAM FOX PRESENTS BUI Min -IN A tale of love, action and romance filled to the brini with daring stunts and thrills. Vi A Chaplin Classic: "THE PAWNSHOP" Incidcntal Music: THE GLOBE ORCHESTRA ,10MORROW TOM MIX, in "3 GOLD COINS" A Chaplin Classic: "THE PAWNSHOP" "THE SILENT AVENGER," Episode 12 Vose Piano used Sold by L. K. Harvey, Passumpsic, Vermont 1 IIKM L IL Dr. Foote, Graduate and Registercd Dentai Surgeon of Burlington, Ver mont, will be at the Avenue ' Hotel, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Aug. 10, Aug. 20, Aug. 21. Teeth extract ed. Oxygi-n and Gas. Sommiform, and locai Anesthetic administered, ab solutely painless, no bad after effeets.' adv. Mrs. C. C. Lord, Alice and Delwin, leave Friday for their cottage at Cro ton pond lor two weeks. Miss Freda Perrv leaves Friday for Albany, N. Y., to make her home with her brother. Mrs. Frank Reed and Paul Léon ard go to New London today for two weeks. Mrs. Bertha Stowell returned to ber home in Esscx Thursday. j About 7") friends and relativcs of Air. and Mrs. Edmond Buzzell at tended a reception AA'ednesday even ing in their honor at the home of Mrs. Bu-.zt'11's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Murphv in Coryville. Games aiv.l ìiiusic were enjoyed to a late hour after which ice cream and cake was seived. The big lawn in front ol the house was lighted with electric lights and Japaneso lanterns. Mr. and Mrs. Buzzell received many heau tilul and useful gifts and suras of money. Mi. and Mrs. Albert MeLean of Moivhcster, Mass., Miss Florence il. on oi Greensboro, N. C, and Air-:. C. C. Hall of Gioveton, N. II., ai" gnests of Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Folleiihln. ' Miss Thora McClary of New York city is a guest of Mrs. Edward, Peter so:i. Mrs. Herbert V. Bbdgett is in B'-iiigeport, Conn. to attend the re union of the Pike family. Miss Ivlna Stuolo of Croton and Miss l'earl lveenan of Spartanburg, S. ('., are gucsts of Mr. and Mrs. O. II. Chase. Mi. arni Mrs. Gilbert E. Woods loft Friday morning for Montreal whre thev will sta- until Sunday. II. A. Biyant bas sold the George MniTO'tc jilace on Caleclonia Street to Wilbur AVorthen. Mi. and Mrs. John Stewart have retuined to their home in New York Citv, after a months' stay at I. M. Miller. Mi. and Mrs. P. E. LaChance have returned from an auto trip around the- Maine heaches. Miss (ilatìys McGill has fini.hed wo:k al F. V. Woolworth Co., and goni- to Fast Burke. Ke-. George A. Maitin and family returned Thursday by automobile from their vacation spent in various places in Alcune. Mi. ani Mrs. Burton W. Tillett of Norwich, Conn., aie visiting her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. II. II. Kittredge. Edward Bowman of Detroit, Mieh., is visiting his sistei-, Mrs. Luther S. Jcwett. Di. John P. Ticrney and family loft todav for a visit at Rock Island, P. Q. Fred A. Field, now of Boston and a foruer St. Johnsbury merchant, is visiting his old friends. Miss Inez A. Howe, the director ST. JOHNSBURY LOCALS There will be a Jubilce meeting of the Woman's Christian Temperance L'nion called at the presidente home, No. Vi Spring Street, at 3 o'clock Saturday afternoon. Mrs, Elsie Har vey, president, will preside. Mrs. Gilbert G. Blair was called to Shirley, Mass., W'ednesday by the ricatti of her mother, Mrs. Matilda l'ay. Mr. and Mrs. Henrv AVhite and family of Hardwick spent Sunday in St1. Johnsbuiy as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Laverne W'hite. Miss Alice Belden, principal of one f the geammar schools at AVorces ter, Mass., is visiting Mrs. J. B. Campbell. Mrs. Richard D. Howe of Newport is the guest this -week of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert A. Smith of AVinter Street. Rev. F. B. Richards, who is eom pleting his animai vacation -with re lativcs in Intervale, N. H., carne home W'ednesday to officiaae at the Abbott Smith wedding. William AVhiting, who has just re turned from overseas, is spending some time at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. H. AVhiting. IASS SGHOOL SHOES . FOR BOYS Are Made to Withstand Hard Service The extra fine finish on Boys' Shoes adds to the expense and not the service given. Bass Shoes are made for hard service and Avhile they are not given the finest finish will Avithstand the endurance test given Fall School Shoes $3.50 to $6.00 $4.00 to $6.00 A Brown Leathers V Ulack Leainers 3 Priced according to size AMEY & REED Successors to Bundy & Amej; c'fiùl TrVHERE BHOE3 AEE FITTED" .-- : ) Social Dance After the Band Concert FridayNight at LeClerc's Hall Henaulfs six piece Orchestra HILL'S Big Dance Saturday Night LcCLERC'S HALL Gents 50c, plus Avar tax Hill's Novclty Orchestra mi IjWWW lliMMIII C Your best girl deserves the best in chocolates. Shipments of Lowney's Chocolates in various assortments come to U3 fresh and delicious, in the "just-right-to-eat" condition our customers like. Get a box before the present shipment is sold out. Treat with a package of Lowney's tonight. FRENCH & BEAN CO. AVholesale Distributors St. Johnsbury, Vt. S , 0 of the Fairbanks Museum, has an interesting article in the current Ver- j monter on "Expjoring a Cross-Road" j in which sho tells of finding a largo ; lot of the small WDod orchids. This : wast he sccond time these orchids ' have been found in town. Mai-ville C. AVebber, Esq., of Rut land called on some of his St. Johns bury friends Thursday evening en route to Willoughby lake who re a meeting will be hcld ' today of the State Board of Education. Frank H. Taft was operated upon for appendicitis at Brightlook hospi tal Thursday and is nv as comfort able as possible. Mrs. H. A. Power and Truman C. Po"t'i- have returned from a sum mer's outing at Glouccster, Mass. ' The Passumpsic boys and the Fair banks Boys will have a game of ball ; on the Campus Saturday afternoon at 3 l'rlock. ; TO T.ATF. TO PT ASSTT7V FOR SALE Thoroughbred hounds. Joseph F. Albisscr, Passumpsic, Vt. Tel. 17Ó-22. 48-54 Calendar I1 Saturday Specials Saturday 45c ench Bathing Caps Regular prices 50c 55c, 60c and 75c Printed Voiles Rcgular prices 89c, $1.29 and $1.50. Special fof 5!)c, 75c and 85c yard PLAIN VOILES, G8 inches wide. Colors Nilo, Tan and Black. Special 33c yd. BEACH CLOTH, 36 inches wide. Colors Grcy and Light Blue. Special 45c yd. STORE OPEN ALL DAY V.'EDNESDAY THE BERRY-BALL DRY GOODS CO. Girls Community League Your Home is Your Palace COMMUNITY SILVER h:i tlip niuilitv ;ind rbararter that Saturday Picnic and swim, Emer- befits a Palace. As no palace is son l alls. Leave South church at 2. I Cf,u., to your honlc jt jH just the sii-. Sunday Squarc Circle picnic, ver to bay for Your Own Home. Leave South church at 3.4-i. Tuesday Campfire Girls, twim. ".?( at club house, Squarc Circle sewing meeting. AYe carry a complete line, CHAS. H. HOWE JeAveler St. Johnsbury, Vermont Special for Saturday Only Regular 70 Cent Chocolates 51 Cents a pound. Look at the pleased expression on the faces of these youngsters. It's easy to guess Avhat they are doing. They are at Pàino's Ice Cream Parlor Main Street Enjoying one of those delicious dishes of ice cream. No finer Ice Cream or Cooler drinks to be found in toAvn. PLEASE HI -THEATRE TODAY STOP! LOOK! LISTE N ! Douglas Fairbanks IN 'The Man From Painted Post' Written and directed by himself A Pai'amount-Artcraft Picture If you have seen it beforc you will want to see it again, and if you have not, you have a treat in sto re for you, for it is conceded to be Doug's best screen offering. . AH scenes taken in Wyoming amid the most marvelous scenery ever aocorded a Fairbanks pic iure, 2 Reel Western Di a ma PATIIE NEWS Jack Sullivan, Violin; Mrs. A. J. Remillard, Piano. S A T U R DAY B LANCHE SWEET, in "FIGHTING CRESSY" By Bret Harte A Pathe Super Special Feature in 6 Keels A Drama of Western Charm, of Rugged Hearts, of Flaming Passions and the cali of the open. zu .Otàk, Most Anyone Can Bake Bcans After a fashion, but it takes a real cook to knoAlr just hoAv to bake the best. We have a reputatiorxfor baking beans Avhich measure up to the taste of the most particular. If you have tried them you knoAV. If you haAren't you are the loser 'till you fìnd out. Your chance to find out comes Saturday of each week. You cah order from our store or from any of the storcs listed beloAAT. J. R. Mitchell J. S. Weeks R. E. LoAvrey R. A. Rcnfrcw D. J. and W. J. Pcrrigard Get your order in early. We secm unable to bake enough to supply ali. F. A. SCOTT CO. BAKERS GROCERS WE WANT A Few Bushels of DRY BUTTERNUTS MAPLE GROVE CAND1ES RANDALL'S DEPARTMENT STORE SATURDAY ONLY Dry Goods Department 36 in. Lockwood Cotton Saturday 27c yd 40 in. Lockwood Cotton Saturday 29c yd Allover Ginghams, 55c value Saturday only 39c yd 32 in. Fine Madras Shirtings, value 55c yd. Saturday 39c yd BungaloAv Aprons, $2.50 value Saturday only $1.98 HOSIERY DEPARTMENT Mercerized Lisle Hosieiy, Fine Ribbed Ravel Stop tops. Color Black, value $1.25, While they last 80c pah Our entire line of Women's and Children's llosiery Avay under today's prices. SHORTAGE of ICE Buy our Iceless Ice Boxes, easy to operate Special $6.93 Small Suit Cascs or Lunch Boxcs 9 in. Fiber Cases 29c 12 in. Fiber Cases ' 49c 15 in. Fiber Cases ' 79c 12 in. Matting Cases 69c Package Toilet Paper Paper has advanced 50c this last month. Saturday a good clean package Toilet Tissue 20c value 2 pkgs. for 25c Suit Cases, 21 in. full size, value $2.50 Saturday $1.(9 Joss Sticks, keep the mosquitoes away 130 for 5c Ali Coppcr Teakettles, nickel plated, value $3.00 each Saturday $2.25 Wash Boiler Canners, the best out $2.95 No. 3 Kiddic Kars, today's value $3.50 Saturday $2.93 No. 31 SherAvood Coastcr Wagons, today's. price $10.00 Saturday $8.75 E. N. RANDALL & CO. 77 and 81 Raìlroad Street VLS pi-