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The Caledonian-record. [volume] (St. Johnsbury, Vt.) 1920-current, December 22, 1922, LATEST EDITION, Image 6

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Ttie Evening Cnledoniaii-Recardi
FRIDAY
DECEMBER 22, 1922
Plenty of Worth While
for the last Two Days of
HOLIDAY UUYING
Come to us for
Uath Kobes
Ucdroom Slippers
Silk Ilosiery
Fur Neckpieces
Umbrellas
Silk Underwear
Cìolf (iloves
Silk I'etticoats
Handkercliiefs
Flannelette Kobes
House Dresses
Kimonas
Kit! Cloves
Iiand Dags
IJlankets and Full's
WOMKVS, MISSKS ANI) CHILDIULVS WAKM
WINTEIl (OATS
Silk or Wool Dresses (
That will suroly please ber
LATE NEWS
NEW YORK, Dee. 22 Abra
ham Eecker, charged with wife
murder, testified today at his trial
that he had no knowledge ctf how
she met death. He denied that he
had ever told the poiice that his
friend Robert Norkin, also under
indietment, in the murdei' had kill
ed his wife.
OURWANTADS.PAY
UNDERHILL
VILLAGE FIRE
IS SERIOUS
UNDERHILL, Dee. 22 The
entire village was threatened with
destruction by fire last evening
when the barn in the rear of the
Mason and Foster general mei
chandise storc was burned. The
absence of wind, the herioc efforts
"BABY MINE"
POP TOLD MAW WHEN SHE J
BOUGHT HIS CHI2ISTMAS i
PRESENT TO MAKE IT AS :
UGHTOM HIM AS POSSI BLE
Leach & Water man
I
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If you do fmd that there are some things for
your table that have been forgotten. Could
liardly express a need that cannot he sui)plied at
COTT;
Wife-Saving Station
On Eastern Avenue
Phoncs OOO-OOl
SPECIAL FOR
ecernber 25
AT ARMORY, 8.15 P. M.
(0
D.
vs
NOTICE
To the Boys and Girls
Skates sharpened at Blake's Machine Shop
on Bay Street at a reasonable price.
Representing the old Boston Army Base
Team and the Hudson Professionals. This team
has a great record for this year, having won 13
straight games. Here is the line-up.
Desautels lf
Cyr rf
Gagnon c
Bernot lg
Silva rg
Murphy sub
Gilligan sub
ALSO
St. Johnsbury Academy
vs
Fairbanks Vocaiion Team
In the first game of their series for the town
championship. The Academy and Vocational
tennis are very evenly matched, and this game
alone should be worth the price of admission.
Price 50c. Resci ved chairs 65c Children 25c
War Tax Paid '
Henault's Orchestra
Ladies Free
of nearly 100 fire fighters, who
worked feverishly and the help
from the Burlington department,
which sent Chief Stockwell and
the big chemical, prevented the
village from being wiped out.
The cause of the blaze in the
barn is unknown. Flames wete
first seen coming through the roof
and soon the structure was a blaz
ing mass. As it contained many
ton.s of hay the flames shot high,
and for some time the store build
ing itself, but six feet away, was
tlnoatened. A bucket brigade of
abut 7ó men was formed and kept
throwing water on the building
and also on the .sheds of the Con
gregational church nearby.
No one had been in the barn for
noverai days, as far as any one
knows, and the cause of the olaze
is therefore a mystery. The loss
cun not be estimateci.
Following game
Admission 50 cents
Clean and
Save
If a stitch in time saves
nino, how about a grease
spot cleansed and obliterat
ed before your fricnds no
tice it.
BRINO SOILED GAK
MENTS TO US
You won't recognize them
when we return them to you,
completely cleuned and
pre.-sed. Prompt servite
gìven at ali times.
Palmer Bros.
DRY C LEA NINO
Easleni Avenue
Of Every Description
for Meri, Women and
Children
J'.rown or lllack leatber Kverett Slippers in ali
sizes for men S2.50 to S.'J.ÓO
Men's Urown leathtT Romeo Slippers .S.'ì.7." per pr.
-Men's Felt Slippers ?I.2." to i.óO
Felt Juliets for Women S1.7" to S2..()
iugular Felt Slippers for Women S1.7" to S".-0
Jnipoited Turkish Iluudoir Slippers ;
in colors for Women S1.2" per pair
Felt Slippers l'or Children Sl.LT) to $2.00
Odd
ot
oeciafis
JL.
sk ÀMEY Zr BEED
Al-WAYS
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Good Place (o Buy Good Shoes'
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;OURWANTADS.PAYOUR WANT ADS. PAY
Many articles which were our best Christmas specials must be
c inside red as odd lot bargains now because one of a kind, one of
a color are the only pieces left to sell.
We have gathered these together with a few leading specials
to niake a display worth advertising.
Amongst these may be listed the following:
$2.00 Silk Hosiery (boxed)
$1.19
$3.25 Wool Hosiery $2.70
Special Philippine Underwcar
Special Silk Underwcar
Special Toilet Goods
$f.!)S Umbrellas $1.98
$2.r() Purses $1.G9
$2.!)S Dolls (Talking) $1.98
5!)c Towels 19c
$0.00, $5.08 Ruth Robe Blan-
ketfc
$3.98
hmMe & Smwilke
1 f a 99
l .rf'TT lì jet'
4W E
The Store That Sclls Wooltcx
i j
YE AS OF
OUALIT Y
EXPANSION .WamJ
Give Him
SHIRTS
and TIES
They are Practical Gif ts and always welcome.
Fine Broadcloth arfd Jersey Silk Shirts, new designs and color .l..
efFects and ali white $5.00 to $6.50
Silk Stripe Shirts, a widé variety $3.00 to $4.50
Fast color Madras Shirts $2.00 to $3.50
Silk Ties A wide variety of beautiful patterns. Ties you
can select with the satisfaction of knowing he will wear them
50c to $1.85
Wool Hose, Mufflers, Gloves, Slippers, Smoking Jackets, Bath
Robes, Canes, Umbrellas, Traveling Bags.
THE BERRY-BALL DRY GOODS CO.
HOW ONE MAN WON
Voluminous books aie wi-it
ten telling young men how
they can succeed in business.
But the biographies of success
ful business men teli ju.-:t as
much. The fellow who studies
how a man like John Wana
maker, whose death has just
caused deep regret, attained hj.-i
position in the business wovld,
will get a pretty good idea as
to what are the foundations of
success.
Mr. Wananiaker based his
iunazing results as a retail
merrhant principally on two
ideas: First, fair treatment
for the public; second liberal
advertising. The key-note of
his whole career is found in
the story of what he did with
the receipts of his first busi
ness day as a clothing dealer.
Out of the $24.(57 he had taken
in on that day, he set aside 7
cents to make change with
and spont the $24 in advertis
ing. Thereby he manifested
the principles of initiative
through which any man who
sells good goods can niake a
success of business.
N
eckwear
OUR WANT MB. PAY
In Individuai Boxes
50c to $1.95
C. E. BROWN
109 Eastern Avenue, St. Johnsbury, Vt.
I
General
Trucking
Piano and Furnìture
moving and packing a
specialty.
AH work guartnteed
to be first-class.
Thomas Williams
1 Orient Street
Tel. 749-M
We Invite Comparison
of our foot-wear values. Whether it's for little
tots or "grown-ups."
FOR XMAS
oiuwill find ever;LMiig hi the Foot-wear line
right here, to fit 'enT "ali from baby to grandpa.
Daniel Green Gomfys
Shoes
Skating Boots
Rubbers
Spats
Overshoes
'ìIore people are buying better footwear"
AMOS W. SCOTT
68 Railroad Street
"The Little Store with the Better Shoes'
TftHTfosflBME I Randall's Department Store
THKHE'S no (juestion about
it just a.--k the hundreds of
folks about town who have
used them : uccesafully.
Somcbody is eaaer to tradc
with you. Get in touch with
him through a "Want Ad" in
the Calcdonian-Rccord.
Caledonian-Record
The only Iaily Newspaper in
Korthuastern Vermont
Saturday Special
One Counter of Miscellaneous Toys, Novel
ties ,etc, to clean up at
33Vz per cent Discount
E. N. RANDALL & CO.

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