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and the Worst Is Yet to Come! "The World's Greatest Flour" FKENCH & BEAN CO., Wholesale Dibtributors t 1 iiU CALEDONIAN-RECORD, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1922 li !' B T A Merry Christmas tree, you see, arrives in time of holly, when mistletoe and greetings go with Xmas wishes jolly. You may be near or far from hcre, upon an isle or isthmus, but anyway, we hope and pray You'll have a happy Christmas. We'll leave ' the old year for the new with ahnanic statistic, to )lan each day The New Method way, so let's be optimistic. The New Method Laundry No. 1 Fiat Iron Place. Tel. 141-M -V scV-'a - "yTT tL V - i : i . T l f 'J i 7 f J , ! 7A "ti ,ym ''.'','. MiCk EQULlf: .4 w e-l 1 1 n , r p ha;.,; - The IPRITE TtVINS make a royal gift Tliey match in quality and design. Nestled together in a neat velvet lincd box they are most beautiful as well as uscfui. wid entirely personal. I you have already given some one an Evcrsharp or a Vahl Pen, com plete (he doublé gift. Many stylcs and sizes for sclection for pocket, for purse and for chain or ribbon. Our sugestions are at your scrvice. IVrite-haiid Companions WAHL PEJV Fred E. Cushinff Hcads Newport Rail Clerks ! Fred E. Cushine; wa.i re-electod piesident of the Hrotherhood of Uaihvay and Steamship Clerks at their annual meeting held in their hall, I. O. O. F. building, 1- riday evening. Other ofTiccrs elected were: Onizome I'ivard, vice piesident; J. E. Iierard, secretury and treas urer; Walter Abljott, chaplain; E. C. Khodes, sermeant-at-aims; Gay Hicks, inner puurd; E. C. Currier, outor truard; Fred E. Cushinn', Eu jjeno Iiowley, E. I-:. C'ameron, and Charles Cateau, executive commit tee; lioy Hicks, C. W. Lister, C. A. Nelson, John .1. Fitzpatrick, K. A. Guyctte, and William Mairuire, protective committee, lepre.-ent.iiiK Boston and Maine and Canadian Pacific clerks. .John J. Fitzpatrick was elected chairman to represent employee of the Canadian Pacific railroad and William M acuire tho,-e of tln; P.oston and Maine. Tliere was ai.-o elected an oriranizat ìon committee. Mii t'Ha HjinwiTell. Miss Haz Oriirin, E. E. Cameron, and J. E. Perard will serve on the entertain ment committee durine 1!(2:J. It was proposed that a ladies aux the Tnthrr!iood be form- ed for the purposo of promotinc more social life in the order. This : matter will come 119 at the Jan u:iry meetinp:. Newport Mail Man Achicves Di? Honor ì--4 I , Ì1 w ifrrn WJ '! Use It Instead I 'lAJWI L (AJJU M muitard platter. SimplyRublt I s Lsì 1 1 ì i In. Clean,toothing,eay to apply. 1 IW&rtiXs j-A It beneficiai qualitie hare n r fi 7T made Minard't Liniment tho VCUULLX ! favorite in thontandi of homet Ny J t for more than 65 yeart. RANDALL & WHlTCOMB iiiiiiilliiiiin . , IllllllLLlNlMENTj'll I J. , , In the licci mber i.-..-ue of "The' Postai Bulictin" from Wa.-hingtoa aipears tlie "mail receptacle" hon or list of lettcr carriers reportin? their routes 100 per cent perfect. Anioni? the letter carriers thi'ouRhout United St:ites to liave their naine on this honor ioli is Lawrence II. Mosher of Xewjiort carrier route three. Mr. Mosher is the fiivt and only one from Vermont to have wdti this honor. On Septemlier l.-t po.-t-master, I. il. Stecson, as we!) as ali potmasters, riceived a notice from th" first asi-i.-Mnt po.-tnia.--ti.'rGeneral at Wa.-hin'ton ol the drive for 100 per cent mail re ceptacies, rcquostinjj th? names of any carrier who uccom)Ii: lied the feat and Mr. Stet.-nn v.as able to forward Mr. Mo.diei".-: name. As the result of the request and the work of the carrier- at that timo to have every city carrier patron, provide a box or slot in their door ;.s a mail receptacle nviny re sionded ainl those who did noi will be withoat free leiiverv on Jan- uary 1, 1"2'! as that is the date . when the order fcoe. into elfect. PRESS COMMENT Concerning Aaron Grout The Pcllows Fi l!s Times, in i;n dirtakine; to boost its home -andi-flate for speaker, Ir Frederick L. O.virood, takes a .-la) at every other candidate ni"ntionid. anione: them Aaron IL (,'rout of Newnort. P At'.ron Gi'ont, -on of the fornici covernor, bi-ouiht vp away jVom the conipanion-liip of the common neople, ha- no idea of the lianl ;hips of the farmer and nothintr of his importuni problem-. Crout is a lawyer, lias had no h pis!;'.tie experience, only a- a paire, and v.a- seeretary of ciil and mìlitary atfairs ui:der (ioxei'nor Prouty fif-j teen years aeo. Quite ;ipart fi-om the extreniely douhtful tactics of .-eekinn to build tip its own candidate by tea ri n:. down ali other-, wliat the Times .-ay- ahout Major (jrout is neither truthful noi- fair. : Far Doni knowine; nothimr of Vermont faiin jiioblenis, Aaron Grout was "rai-ed on a Vermont fami, was eduratod in Vermont schools and .cnuluate 1 from the University of Vermont," accorditi;; to the Et. .lohn-hurv Calcdonian- iecord. Ile va- a i)ractical fa ini - ' ci' for twenty yea .-ay.-. the sanie, authoi-iiy, c.,'.ir'n:r and livinu on a ni'i ie!p n.vf on .is father's of Ilio l'JKS Issile mature January 1, 1923 We have arraneinciits wlieieby we can send in to the Federa! Keservc Ilari k of l'.oston ali War Savings Stamps wliich are noi l'e-ristered and by forwardinff well aheail of January 1, paynient will be made to us prompt ly. This will obviate delay in leceiviny: funds as miglit piove tino, due to conestion of business, if settlemont is attenipted th rollali the locai post olfice. Funds will t'nus be recived, we expect, in season to start interest on any deposit lrom January first. We bave aheady iven attention to those we hold l'or safe-koepin": l'or our customers but if you bave any not yet prescnted to us, j)l"ase ljiinr in at once and we will collect, i'roe of any expenst' to you. Passumpsic Savings Bank St. Johni-bury, Vermont :-iìly little ;it- j M.aior Grout : WELCOME AS A GIFT! YOU may be sure that a Kift of a llad.'o Set this Chri-tmas will be er.thu-ias-tically welcomcd. Wc'vc a variety of the mo.-t favored kinds at a wide ratine of price-. Stop at our shop and let us :-how you. Al.-o parts and attachnients for those whose setti are ai ready installed. W. H. Tilton :1 i:aihoal Street '!H t.'ir'ìì a.rm. So much for that ti mpt to pie indire with the fanivjrs. As to bis leui.-lative expf-riejiee, a man who ha- been town modera- I toi-, city attorney, stato'.- nttorney, i xt eutive IpivcnorV) me-.-f-iiKer ;.nd secre!a-y of rivi I and militai X' atfaii-s certrinly knows as much ahout puh:;" mat.ters as the aver aye repreen; ai ivo in bis recond or thi'-d terni, perhaps more, l'or hi- kiiov lerlee is more general. Tb I!-r.-:hl has iiothìn;r but miration for the liei .-onal and ìmb- lic recor i of Senatoi- O.-'ood, but siìjj'.t ,t - that, like a pood many other protese- of the Time-, ho ,-houhi pray lievouMy to be de-liiM-ed from tr.e mini-tration of fr.r.l-f.-iel-d-: I.'lllhi.il IIon.M R ?Jot As Bad as Painted j No, we are stili open to convic-: tion throu;:h the medium of any' invo.-tipr.tion that Olio per cent more ie-ident- of Addi-on coun'y ,'hiould In- in jaiì for law infiac--tion than four years a;o, that the )opulation of Vermont in loto i.-; little more tiian a bunch of virtù'- ; le. s carca.-.-es inllatr-d from silo suckin ancl that our ro. y ehecked childi'en are in 'ìanrer of beine; kepi home from sehool to stir mu-h while mother bottles and coiks with baliv on ber arni. , Kandoiph Herald. ! Corner Railroad and Portland Streets Same Entrance as Direct Importing Corner ondile! a Genuina (0 ( SHIKTS ALL WOOL rIen'a doublé elbow genuine Army shirts at Men's heavy lumberman's Shirts Men's Navy . P. O. Shirts Marino (Iray Shirts lloys' Got. Standard Shirt IiHEKCHES, (iENUINE AHMY Men's En.g-li.sh Wliipcord Men's F.edford Cord Men's O. I). Hreecltes $2.95 $3.35 $3.35 ?2.9Ó $1.95 l'.oys' O. I). Breeches Ladies' Kiding Ihveches Ladies' Knickei's Jieclaimed Lreeches $6.65 $1.95 $2.95, $3.95 and $4.35 $2.90, $3.35 and $3.65 $3.95 $3.95 and $4.50 65c and $2.50 SWEATERS Army Sweaters, Slip-on with Sleeves Cotton and Wool mixed Sweaters Sperry Sport Coats in green and brown Khaki Heavy Dutton Sweaters Heavy Ali Wool Sweaters, roll collar .Jei'sey Sweater Coat l'NDURWEAU Genuino two-pieee Army Underwear Men's Antico Knit (wool underwear) Men's 100 per cent wool suits at Springtax l'nion suits at Men's Comfort Union suits, medium weight $2.90 and $3.95 $1.8-5 $4.95 $2.95 $4.95 $3.35 GLOVES AND MITTENS Men's fur gauntlet Gloves Army Knit Gloves Jersey Gloves Canvas Gloves, wristlet Children's Gloves Dress Gloves Transport Mittens Sheeplined Mittens Leather Mittens Foy's Mittens Wool Mittens SHEEPSKIN COATS Ioy's Sheepskin Coats A few Men's Coats at Men's Sheepskin Coats, Moleskin outside Men's Waterproof Sheepskin Coats Men's Long Sheepskin Coats COATS Men's Elastic liib'ood Manv other- kinds Men's Heavy Socks Light Socks from 12 pair Army Socks Men's (Jolf Uose l'.ov's Golf Uose Union suit:- SOCKS from at 85c a piece $1.65 $2.95 and $3.95 $1.65 1.00 $2. 15 and $3.35 Navy Tea Coats Long Officers' Coalr. Coonskin Fur Coats Army Iieclaimed Coats Arrnv Uniform Coats $8.35 $22.00 $37.00 $ 1.95 $1.85 MISCELLANEOUS oóc to 50c 13c to 35c $1.00 $1.25 to $1.95 50c Shoes, Kubliers and Comforts Army Shoes (Genuine) Garrison Shoes Oii'icers' Shoes Work Shoes Sheepskin Footings Lumbcrmen Rubbers Rubber Boots, Hip and Low Men's Cloth Overshoes Rubber Ovei-shoes Men's Genuine Army Shoe Rubbers High Sheopskn Shoes Men's Di ess and Work Shoe Rubbers RANTS .Men's Heavy Navy Pants .Men's Heavy Army O. I). long Pants Men's Light Arrnv O. D. long Pants Men's Dress Pants, unusual Ijargain fi-om $1.95 to $3.95 Don't Forget the Place $3.95, $1.35 $4.75 $1.25, $1.95 $2.80 98c $3.25, $3.35, $3.50 $2.95 to $3.35 $2.75 $1.95 95c $3.65 isl.25, $1.50 Genuine? Cavalry Saddle Genuine Cavalry P.ridle Mess Kits 30c Halters Canteens Wash Rasin (folding) Felt Shoes Trunks $6.50 Velvet Tobacco Caps for winter Thev come over $10.75 $2.10 Canteen Cups 20c $1.35 30c and 75c 75c $2. 15 to $2.85 Tow rope 50c Ile a can 10 for $1.00 $1.25, $1.65 venir ears Knitted tes in ali NECKTIES stvle $1.65 $3.65 $1.95 Four in band ties Armbands Men's Doublé Grip Garters den's Single Grip Garters Overalls Gas Masks, complete with bag Catridge Relts Army Safes Transport Caps Rlankets ((). D) Arrnv Relts 15e regular $1.50 in any storo. Here 75c and 85c 50c 10c and 15c 20c $1.25 I0c 25c $10.75 55c $1.60, $2.65, $3.35 and $3.95 Tow Iiopes 5(tc W E ARE MERE TO STAY kii Hundieds of other articles too numcrous to montion including Navy Plates, Knives, Forks, Tents, Pants, Jer , Sleeve Jerkins, Raincoats, etc. Come and see the largest and best re Ini arfing Wednesday iorning. Dee. 20, 8 o'clock And Offer For Your Approvai: $1.35 25c 15c 25c 25c and 35c $1.35 to $1.95 $1.60 75c and 95c 50c 50C 35c $6.75 $6.95 $8.50 $9.75 $12.75 A 0 T(7 STRE within a radius of Don't forget the Place. We are here to stay A brandi of Fine's Famous Stores. (1 of 6) 5 mi Ics. ( orner Railroad i:id Porthnd Streets WRi(;iirs (;ar.(;e OPI'OSITE Look- a k k on t! uettini; re; r; . Il " l . tl.ou:-h lì i' ni..t o; iy to ;:-. e oii'f moi. peo)!c w ho E ì 1 1 l; were -e ihat eo-t ' t;il;r .