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(JALEI)ONIAN-RECORI), FRIDA Y, DECEMBER 29, 1922 !8" ti' ! Il i I fi il A Ci 3 I ì li . li : I I Kupp " ' luto S 1 1 III' enheime GOOD CLOTHES The tailoring is as near perfection as it's possible for human skill to achieve. You'll prove that by the long wear. The styles have originality and distinction. You can prove that by comparison. Models to fit ali proportions and builds. You'll prove tt in the try-on. They're an investment in good appearance, You'll prove that by the purchase. $ac.oo to $5 .00 " ' THE SPOT J The House of Kuppenheimer good clother BIG DANCE FRIDA Y, DECEMBER 29 Music Hall,Lyndonville Auspices American Legion. MUSIC BY Dunbar's Versatile Band CLOSE YOUR HOME Save Coal Spend the VVinter at Miami. among the aunghine and flovi ers. HOTEL 11 T.CVOJ HALL Miami Florida The Best Book for Christmas There are many hundreds of books you can think of as Christmas gifts for youij chil dren. But the book that is more interest ing, substantial and lasting is a bank book with a few dollars credited on deposit with the Citizens Savings Bank & Trust Co. New accounts are cordially invited. Citizens SayixgsEank axd Trust Company St. Joiinsbury, Vermont Every Fife Loss Is Your Loss The ìnsurance rate you ppy dfp(;ni:.s la'-tiy on the ainou t of proptrty de.stroy if ihrouhoul rhe couniry. Do you knmv V,,&t fire is lc voucut; the riLion's wnalth at the rute ni r.c.-rly a miiliO'i dollars daily? It takes strensrth bi(y as sft and strong backing to mpet this drain. That is why you hhould buy your insur ance of this aifency. MORRILL & HAWKINSON Pythian Building St. Johnsbury, Vt. -'IpcaMleWs iteds Repulsed In Ecuador Revolution Continuai frani Pa"o One IT VT . , , , jine Duiiajnj? wnci-p ilio ooiisulute is Uso. Nazol for colds and catanli. 0eated, in thoir cn.lcavor to escupe Advertisemcnt. li0m tho punishment they wore re- Miss Alice Niohols has roturnod ceiving at the liund.-: of the soldiers, from Hardwifk' where flie sr:ont am' many shots weie fired. It was neirrly fi p.m. hefore things fuiet-c-d down Kiifficient.ly to muke it .-afe for me to icave the office for home. So l'uv as is known, no Am ericani! vvere injuioJ and no dam ale (ione to American property. Jt was really an insurreetion or inci))ient revolution, some of the "Reds" hopinp; to ovei throw the "overnment and establish a soviet." Christmiis at the homo of liei- sis ter, Mrs. H. C. Stono and is at tho home of her brother, Robert I'. Nieliols for a brief stay before re .suminft her piano work in New York. Wednesd;iy afternoon at bis home in Lincoln, X. II., funeral services were held for Charles U. Henry, a member of the fornici ' well-known finn ot'.I. E. Henry and Sons paper company. He was pleasantly knowi- in St. Johnsbury. Mi-, Henry was the son of Air. and Mrs. James E. Henry himì was born in Woodsville, N. IL, Feh. 21, 187.".. He is survivcd by his v.ife, who was the dauu'hter of Dr. and 7ilrs. T. E. Sanger of Littleton, uno daushter, his aged mother, and two c..Vn,'v- Vm- vio-ht Seni! ìoidized toward a victrola fund. ville, X. H., spent the week-end and Christmas with her brother II. A. Franklin. M.'and Mrs. I,eslie Ilildretb and dauu'hter spent Christmas with their parents Mr. and Mrs. I!. Franklin. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Bedell and dauRhter, and Mr. and Mrs. II. (J. Smith and daushter of Woodsville, X. IL, and Mrs. J. G. Smith and Miss Julia Smith of Mclndocs spent f'hristmas at Chirence Bo-d.dls. OUR WANT ADS PAY p:ast ryegate Schools closed last week and Miss Mudgett went to her home in liurlington and Miss Fitch to her home in Newbury for two weeks vf.cation. The schools enjoyed a box supper and Christmas troe on Tliursday eveninK- A very plea.s ing' Christnia.s program was pre sented and about sìxteen dollars Little Beatrice-Robert bus been vtry ili witìi pneumonia, but is im- cards. The Cowles provine at present. l'vthidn- IJuiklinK. ì Ml'- an'' Mrs- ir- W Smith spent t ile weeK-enri at ner nome in ras sumpsic. Miss Orphlia Bedell was at home from Bellows Falls over ihe Christ mas holiday. Dorothv Franklin of Woods- Greetinir Cards. We have a fine assortnient of both Xr-w Year and Thank-you Git't Shop. Advertisement. Alphonse Asse'in has gone back to bis work in Newport after a visit at the home of bis father ami mother, Mr. and Mrs. .Joseph Asselin. Mrs. Mary Home, formerly of ? inlinhiiw i.li'il Thursdav at her home in Lowell, Mass. She i ' was the mother of Miss Winnifi'ed ; Home whose school days were 1 spent at St. Johnsbury academy. The body will be biought bere Saturday afternoon and prayors will bo said in tho Mt. Pleasant cemeteo'. Buriai will be there in the fam'ily lot. Mrs. Home was a member óf the Xorth Conioa tional chui'ch and nari many warm friends in St. Johnsbury. ! Xext Sunday evening the Rc v. Geoi-Re W. Hylton of the Grace Methodist church will resumé his seres of sermons on "l'ractical ; Lessons from tue Parables . of j Jesus," subject: ' i he Parable of I the Talents of Fidclity to Duty. ; At the morninn- liour Mr. Hylton I will deliver a special New Year I sermon on the theme "An Ideal for the Xew Year." Use the American Throat Tab- lets. Advertsement. I Mr. and Mrs. Fred Han.-en have returru-d from Brookline, X. H., where they spent Christmas with relative. Maurice Barrett has resumed his I wrok in Xashua, N. H., afer ! spendili? Christmas with his pai- ents, Mr. and Mrs G. A. Barrett. Mr. and Mrs. John Poster o; i Barnet were visitors Alonday at the home of Mrs. Delia Mulliken. . ii.il ! .1. ... I Miss .-Agnes waiorioge, wno was ..i i i it. .. ri wiin ner parents, mr. anu 4urs. r . L. Walbridge over the holiday has gone to Boston to visit Mr. and Mrs. James IL l'owers hefore n -sniiiing- ber teaching in Plymouth, N. H. Arthur F. Stone and his daugh ter, Laura IL Stono, returned Thursday night from a brief visit to Springfield, Vt. 51 rs. Klsie M. Harvey returned Friday moming from a holiday va cation spent with her dauirhfrr, Mrs. F. H. Burt at Kaston, Penti. i!!!l!i!ii!i!!iillllSlli!l!$!!llll!!HII!!Eh PEXAD Of Good Values White Teeth, Healthy Gums and A Clean Mouth Anybody can cnjoy ali these by praeticing the daily use of KLEXZO DENTAL CREME the common sen. se dentriice and KLEXZO LIQUID ANTI.SEPTIC -a scientifìc preparntion for teeth, gums, mouth, nose, throat and mucous surfaces. IlIIf IIIIIIIITIIIIITIIffTIf INVITI Iff Hill ni "itnlmi li uiutrn ii un, um i i ai li iiiìimm éi -a H i l i iVk ir i wimi-mfì V TIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIISI5IIIIIIIII SNOW SHOVELS You can clear the snow quickly with or.e of the.e good snow shovel.s for they are built strong and grneious in width to clear a wide space with least effort. Rein forced to give strength and fitted with ,-turdy wood handle. Wood 75c and ftOc Black Steel Shovel r.c Largo Galvanized 2."l) Juicy and Delicious That's what our customers ' teli us when they take home a cut of our steak, j You pay just as much for L the conuiÉiQn dry, tough meats as you do in our market fóf'the kind that "melts in your mouth." Come in and take home a pound of our "Juicy and Delicious Steak." GLOBE T0N1GHT TONIGHT THE FROZEX XORTH ACTIOX UNIilVALED ! AXD SC'EXERY James Oliver Curwood's 99 Adapted from Curwood's story "The God of Her Peonie" A drama of sweeping emotions. Two men one maid and the giant wolf dog, Rin Tin. "The Timber Queen" Latest Xews Globe Orchestra: Piano violin cello trumpet Roy & Roy 1 ili i I Vivi Vii aiVin ma TOMORROW Stewart in "'The Sage Brush Trail" mftiAir'---" OUR WANT ADS. PAY OUR WANT ADS. PAY i EXPERT GIVES ADVICE ABOUT : SKHNG 0UTF1TS Fred H. Harris Tells Proper Equipment to Buv The Finest Overcoats You Money Will Buy So many entirely wrong outfits for skiing are seen about town says the B rati le boro Reformer that a word of warning ami advicc has been istied by Fred H. Harris, president of the IV.-attleboi o Out ing club, paiticularly to those wbo are contemplatine the purchase of skis. His remarks pertain also to those who have already and un knowingly bougi:t skis which aie unfit for use. Mr. Harris says: "In buying skis, the question of expense has to be considered, but it is a nool" investment to hmr nm'. i thing but the proper outi'it. inis appnes partn-ularly to the fastenings which attarh the boots to the skis. If children outgrow their skis, the fastenings can be taken off and put on the new pair. Thus, a good pair of fa-tenings will last three or four years. "Tho fastenings with the toe irons and patent clamp on the backstraps are the best. It is ju-t as necessary to have the skis i'i'rm ly attached to the feet as it is to have skates securely clamped on to the shoes. The ordinary leathei toe strap going through a slot in the skis is practically useless. Without the foot i'irmly and com fortably attached to the ski, no control is possible, nor can any of tho finer things :n sniing, such as Telemaik and Christiania swings (in which Brattlehoro boys are ai ready showing skill) even !; at temped. Without back straps, it js self evident that it is impossible to climb hills. "A word in regard to skis. Buy nothing but hardwood skis. Ash, mapie anci mckoi-y, m the order ! named, are best. Do not buy hard I pine skis as they bave no speed, will .splinter, will wear in corruga- tions and are nearly useless, Buy ! ?kis with single groove unless thy . are intended (or jumping. Keep , skis in a form when not in use. I Wax occasionally to make them Jaster. Lither use two poh--, or none at ali. SAVE ON YOUR COAL -USE ONE OF OUR PERFECTION OIL HEATERS. This little heater will prove a splendid investment as it will more than pay for itself in the saving you can make on coal. If you want to beat the bathroom or any other chilly room in the house, you can do it quickly and at a cost of a few cer.ts if you have one of these sturdy heaters. THE PECK CO. , HARDWARE r. Rail.road St. Tel. 412-M ! St. Johnsbury, Vermont Par-Kerry Models from Fashion Park H500 Superbly tailored of fine, ridi, fleeey rug back fabrics, these fine coats aie the "last word" in outergarment service nnd value. They give you more for your money than any other coats we know of more style; more quality ; more wear. The styles and colors are those most favored by well groomed men every where. Smart Finely-Made All-Wool Overcoats $18 00 THEY ARE BECOMING That's the comment so many make when they see a person who has been fitted for glasses at our office. We guarantee not only a perfect fitting and scientifically pro per pair of glasses but we help you choose a design that will be "Becoming." Here are stylish, serviceable coats at much less than you'd expect to pay for overcoats of such splendid quality and distinctive style-merit. They're made of good, dura ble all-wool fabrics, in the smartest iJain or belted models, and in rich colors and weaves. High-Grade Stylish Suits Tailored at Fashion Park $42 .00 Men who are particular as to the style, fit, quality and tailoring of their clothes will find these suits their best "buy" for even a merchant tailor can't give you better or more stylish clothes at anything near this price. Ali the "good" models and weaves. Warm Wool Socks for Foot Comfort 75c Just what you need for cold weather wear of good-quality yarns, in rich gray and brown mixtures unusually good values. Wool Union Suits of Good Quality $3.50 Made of'good wool yarns, these suits are cut to fit perfectly and are guaranteed to give lasting sci vice siices for ali nien. Judging by the bnck yard noise, the kids may be trying to make their hollering heai-d in Switzer land where a radio message from Herbert Hoover, Jr., was picked up A. S. Haskins Specialist in Optometry 47 Railroad Street JEWETT St. Johnsbury, Vu FASHION PARK CLOTHIER5 frfjìFS I tnc otnor qav.