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CALEDOXIAN-RECORI), TU U USD Ai'., DECEMBER 7, 1922
PAGEFlVEf Dodge Brothers U5ED CAR5 It Las been said that t!n' only v. uy to Jiiake roal money in the l'st'd Car business is to sell them "as is." That may Le a e ood way to niake money for a short time Imt it is not a jj.ood way to make l'rieniLs. We ti y ure that if we yet tlie t'riends, the proti t '.vi!! tuia care of itself. Rcmember: A used car is ori as good as the fimi with which you deal The C. H. Goss Company St. Johnsbury, Yt. Company L at Newport Wins First Game 37-11 CORNS i 'Continued Irom naze onel I I getting the most baskets. Jones and Keith both played a stroma game at guard. The line up: Grav, c, lf rf, Cushion Baker, lf, c c Bull Jones, lg rg Hall Keith, ig g, Hazard Gaidner, rf lf Ames More of that delicious CLOVER H O N E Y Hamblett's NEWPORT EAKERY TeL 213-3 ÌOURWANTADS.PAY NEWPORT ÌUJSIXESS! DIRECTORY Company L second team played ' the St. John the Baptiste team as : a pieliminary and lost a very ex ' citing contest which was full of pep every minute. Fans were ali i anxious to see these two teams ! clash again in the near future. The first period erided 4-3 with Com- jxmy L leading. In the second per- iod St. John the Baptiste team ; .tartel with a spurt and carne out ' on top of the heap by final score ; of i:j to 10. Both Company L I teams deserve much better sup- port than they received last even i ing. ! A dance was held after the trame and was; attended by about I 40 couples. t Mrs. Mary Bixbee Dead at Newport ' Mrs. Mary Bixbee died at the city fami Wedne.day after a long : illness. The remains were taken to j the Curtis undertaking parlors and ; weie sent today to her former home in Piermont for burial. Mrs. I Bixbee was 7!) years of age and I hail been an inmate of tlie city I fami for fi ve years. ! She has been confined to her ! bel most of the time for three and j a half years, her troubles being ! those incidental to old aire. She has had evci'y care and kindness in her last days. lacking only the comfort of being with her own people. Sìie leaves two sisters, Mrs. Mei vira Whitcomb of New port Center and Mrs. Maggie Baldwin of St. Johnsbury. newportTocals NlEWTORT LOCAU3 f sverai weeks returned to Newport ridi Library is closed for the wia-1 HEALS OLD SORES I in company with Dan Rossier and I tei an account of the shortage of I Petei'SOn's Oìntnicnt To the inillions of neople whci COllip The Thursday Night Sewing ons making the trip Club is entertained this evcning at the home of Miss Kathleen Robin- Lift Off with Fingersi4' Mrs. Fred Donagli' is ili with n e ito us indige.stion. l'erlev Folsom, student at Tn!'ts ! College, has been honored by tthe !. , , i 1 1 . . . cla.-s of V.11 in oeing eiccieu ciass president and has also been chosen captain of the basket ball team. by fio ni New York Gordon Courteuu has been ab sent from the 8th. rade East school with chieken pox. The younjj children of Mrs. Ed nu Kimball have been ili with se vere colds but are now improving. James Addi.-on has returned to Boston and resumed his studies at the Bentlev school. auto .futi, the gi-and piano beine nioved ilr. Folsom was a member of the J f Eveninfr gUn. Iojk thjs cven cia. oi i;-u ii. o. uui n. mjr, at 7.40 o clock. M l's. .Mabcl senior vear at Dean Academy Cuivv( of Burlington, president A. R. Hall and son John Hall of of pk(.i,ekan Assembly of Vermont Mollami vere receni guests ai me :i, b n,.e,.nt and i,lsDect the Chapter. Mr. and Mrs. George Howland of Lisbon aie visitine Mr. How- ì;infl' i;tf')'. Tis- sviltifv Rio hi- : t David ( ami) is Home Irom emù- fore K0Ìn(r to tnt.ir winter home in , i:i;ieoga, lenii., unni into the main upper conndor. Miss Gv.enneth Ilanley, second aisUmt in the Library, has also been ve leaed on account of the lack of fuiuls. Mrs. John Stephens lu.s returned fi 0111 Tomifobia, vhere she has bien to attend the funeral of her fatlier, George Rediker. use Peterson's ointment for pih's, eczema, .-alt rheum, piniply ,skinf soie teet and cnann?. reteivon savs, "Teli any sufferer from old sores that its mighty healing woih derful." Ali dn;ggi-ts. ."",-M'Ì $1.00. S2...l, $3.00. advertiseinent , OUR WANT ADS. PAY 1 home of Gerald Buzzell. Mr. and Mvs. Ara Wilcox of Bar- ! ton have been visitine Mr. and Mrs. 1 .-in nur i ìanrier after th holidays. , J The" Ladies. Auxiliary to the Ani-, elicali Legion are to have a cardi party at the 1. (). (.). I. hall Tues dav efiiing December 12th. (). IL Johnson has nioved from ,ir Ea.-t Main st. to a tenement in th Mnhon Kendall house at Doe--n't hurt a bit! Drop a 1 t- j h(18 Kn,t Main street. ti e "Freezone" on an aching coni, rivirles Briggs has moved from instantly that coni .-tops hurting, ,,. ,,MUon cottage on Indiali point tlu'ii .-hortly you lift it right oir U) jamos i;!aVs' house on Union with hngeis. I ìuiy. Your diuggi.-t sei.-, a t;ny bottle of 'freezone tor a tew vi-M. ; Tu,.(av night from a visit with ftieient to removc evtry nard ir!.lti vt in uttleton, N. IL coni, soft corn, or eoin l.etwe.-n M W illiam Dow. who has been treet. Walter Ilinman returned the toes, and the caìlu-es, vithout: vi iling her sons, Sumner and For- Ormond, Fla. 1 he Assembly room of the Good- There will be a Car of No. 1 MAINE POTATOES on the tvack at Newpoit, Friday and Saturday this week. A. WARD soreness or n riuuon. ,viveiue-, , ,t )o,r jn New York City, for ment. 43 Interest at the rate of 4:-.'t per cent per year will be )aid to Deposito in our Savings Department for the period ending December 31, li)22. This Bank has paid interest at the rate of per cent per year since July 1, 1921. This rate of interest can be paid by this Bank vith safety to its Depositors and safety to the Bank. The strong fmancial condition of this Baak makes this absolutely safe. The Burlington Trust Company Burlington, Vermont A small admission fee, 10 rents, be chaiged for the evening at 11 iAvrt- ! ;.:- ; 1 1 t and Op- ' ami nance g:ven lor ine tician. Si.(-;:a -t in Suectacie and i ' 111111 111 lnl ospitai iuihi at live -la,.- l.tting. ERNEST L. 1IUNT ! t and Op- ì Q2 E. Ma:a St., X.-vport, Yt. Write or ji'ioi.e 1 iò-21 for "I pointrsent. 'Distinctivelv difTerenf Green ounfam Teas and Coffee cannot be exceled in quality a trial is con vincine. Packedby Cross Abbott Co. White River Junction, Vermont pi:. ìi.m:i:v i. Hamilton DENTA L S URGER Y Armory on Friday. Articles left over will be sold at auction during t!i' evening. Come and get your nmmryV wortli and help swell the I. Aiivertisement. A-l.ay " r "ice Complete Gas and Oxvgen e-UÌp- ment for paii-le. rleni.-try. Offìcp hours: S.-'.'i to li. l..".o"to Tel. 278 Gilrnan's Block East Burke r.dith Achille-; was home in Uye-jMi-. Walter Nelson and children, eate for T'irinksgi ving. Mr. and (Liltie and Charles were in St. ! lolitisbury with her parents, Editor Ìj. il. llUNl'j ; A. C. Wyman of Brattleboro Sucee-sor n HOWT 6: STOWE in- a business visitor in town KEAL ESTATE. NFWl'ORT j .V,.nday. Tel. 17ò Iloot's Block j ij viii Robinson of Westmore jvi.itid his -ons, Levi and Lyndon la t eek. HEMST1TCHING Late-t sty'e-. bu'tnn covered to or.ler. Mi' 1 o'ee'- lille,! promptly. Mi--e. Tiudeau & Vh"elrr 41 1-2 M.'in Str-et Tel. "8-1 C. A. Cramton, M. D. Ève, l'ai-. No -e and Throat Mairi St., S. Jolin.-bu! y, "t. Appoin'n:cnt for examination oi gla.-.-e by letter or '.elep'none The a Spot Cl'-ariing. M rs. Juliette I.awton of Sta l'i'-nsgiiry .-pent a jiart of last '.cil: with Mrs. Alma Beni'. j Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Davis of . J I yi'donville were with her parents, , j Ali', and Mrs. Myron Gilson' for j Thi.iik-givlng. I I About 201 attended the masquer- ' : ad- ball W'ednesday night given by 1 i !); Burke Mt. band. Quite a good ( -ni1 was reali.e.l. ! ! Mr. and Mrs. Robert Godding a i'l daughtor. Margaret bave been Moston the jiast week at the team PREMIER THEATRE Newport Vermont TOMGUT Conwav Tea rie in "The Rei erte" Hall Boom Boy Conv-dy "Better Late Than N'ever' FRIDAY, DEC. S Vida Dana in "Thev Like Km iìouffh" Chapter No. 1 I "Hurricane Hutch" FOR I're,-,,e: I Repainne j ()f ke si,t(.r E. R( il Ss E A L MRs Angie V.'illey of I.yndon- taarant lìlock. N'e tifi-j i ville spent Thanksgi ving with her ' Luther, llairis Smith and fa ni il y. l!. I '. Webfter, Sherbum I.ang i ' !( buines- isitors in I.owell re- FORllET DKEW -ei.tìy. t NevM"v t, Electric Shop ! Mr. ami Mrs. V. !.. James were Radio Service and Supplies Ma: S'ieet N'ev.'pO' t. V : l " OI 1 1 5KIS ?,IADE TO ORDER $2.50 to $3.00 , c i-a n"; to 'i.'iigth T. .1. Hai i ison '. Mani Street. Newport SERVICE GARAGE -t Ai; Al! ria a .:-,e. ..'"A'i 'M t. e- m K ; PìuVVI-I d i ...V jl Say "Merry Chrislmas' with yourFJnotograph lo t a a n iihole The Richardson Sluclio NEW I'ORT. VERMONT week end visitors with relatives in Mi.i.rce. M:. aii I Mi-. Ander.-on and Mr. ard Mi-. Waterman of St. Johns .ii rv "vere Sundiiv visitors at the . Club house. ! ord has beili reciived from ' Ri'al Etrgleston of bis arrivai in Sa ai a Cruz, California, v. liei e he i. with his biother, Eber for vbe I V.il ter. ' V i s Cornelia Bemis of St. i loi.nsbury was a recent gue.t of i ! Mr-. Al'm: Bemis. ! Mr. aad Mrs. Arcai Cole have I jme'.ed into Jie Eber cot tage. I Ciyde Gii -on and faniily of I.yn ! lenville ,-pert T'iursday at his . ! f;.'i, e. '.-, A. I . Gil-on. I ' Mi. and Mrs. Edwin Hough were ! .i. her old home in Ea.-t Lyndon ; w;tl. her mot her, Mrs. Sarah! : H.uht.n, for Thank.-giving. Mi'. ' and Mr.-. James Buell at Lyndon-. ;llc with their daugliter, Mrs. Mei ton Holbrook and family. Chi .-ter Simp.-on and family at i i le l.rooks in i.ynuonviae, m r. , ani Mrs. Freeman Lang at Meri' lieath's at St. John-bui y. The Ladies" Aid will hold a ICIn istmas sale Friday afternoon ; land evenni'-'- this week. A chowd'T per will be served at li o'clock. j Lyndonvillc 1 : 'Vf-rmi.nt Beautiful". Wallace ' N'itlir.g'.- Look which is so in de ; e.; ad tur Cliri-tnias pre-ents, can ; La obtained at the E. C Smith 'eer,;. storo. Ea.-tei n avenue. St. j lniit -bui v. l'rice $:;.."iO. Advertise ; mi ut. m. . H ' J-Xétàiim Min irfliii--'' l'ai XMllnllM" li M -"' 1 1 i mi i l I rlnl A 1 1 COUPON LOWNEY'S COOK BOOK Save six of these coupons and rudi or bring them to the Caledonian-Record oli ice with 95 cents and you will reccive the lutest LOWNEY'S COOK BOOK t JLi .-..--g .wHmii, n i. mt,,-- l-mm n j IRASBURG i A 1 1-2 pound boy arrived at the home of Mr. and Mr.-.Joc La- bounly Friday. li. i xi.. ti- i.. il,.,. ..ii- I ( Mi. ild'l .HI-. . .n. iaui , n- iteitained ber bother, Mrs. B"ach. ri i and .-i-ter. Miss Anna Corley of Q i St. John-bury for Thanksgiving. I Mi.-.- Lillian Calhoune .-pent i Thanksgiving ami the remainder li ot the week wun ner iamer in m. ri John.-bury. Mrs. Helena l'i indie- 1- teachmg in Holland. yk Mr-. Jo.-epbine Simino motored to ' l ; . a-.. Tk... ,l ... ... ..; ; m ' J ' -'li ' HI UMl .11 i . PI 'aia! Mr-. Abraham Me-.-ier. Mi Mr. and Mr.-. A. E. Harlow en fi ' te; tained her parent-, Mr. and :j m .. - T...V,. -i... ,.f n. SSiTi,u,k'g,vi,,-, .1,,'y. ' '' s Full of the Old Time Christmas Spirit :ers un f Tlie Spirit of Christmas Giving LS to Rive those things which perfcctly suit thc.tastes of those to whom they ave iven. and also eloquently carry the messale of love and cstecm which prompts the giving. Ilere we do not list the cuuntless if ts on display, but raerely suggest the variety which await you. Earliest sclcctions are always the best, and hearing this in mind, e urge again this year that you Do Your Christmas Shopping Early -t, I slfp A Few Suggestions IH Ccdar Chests Genuine Tenne.-see Mountaia Red Cedar plain and with tray $la.iMI to .$:;..'M) Desks In Mahogany, Fumed Oak. Walni.it, Golden Oak to .l-Vw Doll-C'arriages Ma le or. Ime.- of regalar carriages !.."!) to ?l(i.:el Tedeslals Tabourets I.ou" and High. in Oak, Mahogany, Walatit !( to .l.'i.on Carpet Sweepers Sin;-,1' , And Vacuum . i.00 to ?10.aii Candle Sticks AH -i:'.e, Im'lation and .-olid M alioea r.y S.'ic .'air to '?'!.7" pu.r Console Sets Include four Candle Stick-, howl ami Fiuit :-f',.(K) ;in, Uj, Tea-'agons Wi'li reiaoval tray, with and without drop sidi's, ali have rubber tired wbeels, in Walnut, Mahogany and Reed . ?i2.r( to ::.". on Smoker Stands Severa! .-tyles, with or without humidore, Mahogany, Walnut, Fumed Oak S'2..i0 tu $2à.00 Rockers Oak and Mahogany S;.no and up Tape-try and Eeaiher J22.00 and li ; Reed aiid Fibre 12..0 ami up Sewing Tables Seveial styles, includili',' the popu'ai Martha Wa.-liiimton ,::.."mI to s:;."i.(iO Pittiiics In colors, i'rained .l.aO and rp Non-fi anied l;ic!,n:ll and Sauyer (ì.m: to '. ii't Telephune Stands In Oak. Walnut .nd Golden Oak .O.T.i to .H.0'l High ( hairs In Golden Oak ami Fumed Oak S::..';0 to si 2.00 Children's Rockers In Oak d aii.l Fibrt to S 1 i.lid mmm Iti;":.'. L.J!LÌLx.i Ci We Furnish The Home r p f -xV) t ) v 'i r IVlI' IVA III . -w, V f JLlU Wl 1 Come Early Take your Time He Salisficd Eastern Avenue, St. Johnsbury, Vt.