DECEMREIt 20, 1922
To Cluse Out Our Stock of
and ha ve grouped them in three lots as follows:
$3.95, $5.95 and $7.95
LOT I Women's and Misses Skirts, striped and
Cheeked Sporte, and Navy and Black Dress
Skirts, heretofore sold at $5.00, $5.50 and
$5.95. Now $3.95
LOT II Women's and Misses' Skirts, Plain and
Fancy colors, that have sold f rom $6.95 to
$8.50. Now $5.95
LOT III Our better grades of Skirts that sold
at $9.50, $10.00, $10.95 and $12.50. Now $7.95
You need an extra Separate Skirt or two,
and this is your chance. Do not delay.
Leach & Water man
j Railroads In Battle
With Huffc Drif ts
Continued fiom Pace One
j Rivcr early yesterday morning was
l outlawed ut St. Johnsbury oarly
j this morning, and an extra crew
sent to bring it to Newport.
Danville reports di'ifts from five
I to six feet in depth and a furìous
! naie. There were few teams that
, ventured to the creamei-y this
! morninjr, and the snow rollers ave
I ali out in an enùcavor to clear the
Concord repoited about eighteen
inches, and that the mail carriera
had not ali been. able to complete
their routes becàuse of the drifts.
Around Wheelock village there
was rcported about a foot, while
on the surrounding hills thde was
two feet. It was impossible to set
throuffh to the Union House. The
Lyndonville creamery truck pass
eri through on its way to its home
station and 'ras experiencing con
siderale ' difficulty. The driver
stated that it had taken him three
cnwrterc of an hour to go two
miles and that he encountered
At the American Legion Auxiliary Kooins
Friday Night, Dee. 29
L. F. Parker, Floor. Manager.
BIG SLASH IN PRICES
On ali our high priced Plush Coats for Friday
and Saturday only $75.00
Hudson seal plush coats with heavy silk bro
caded lining $49.50
$55.00 plush coats with raccoon collar.
Sale price $12.50
Cxi ..i..u .,.:,. eoo Kh
coats and dresses are also
ITS SODT OF TiARD TO ,
BELI ÈVE 'AT MAW WASSUCW
A POPULAR GIRL WITH TUE!
MEM WHEN YOU KNOW !
'AT SHE PICK ED POP
drifts from thi'ee to four feet in
i'here is no tracie to mention
around Barnet. The mail stape
from Peacham passed through
great ririfts uni! was too late in ar
rivine at Barnet to get the nioi'n
inK mail train.
Fairbanks Museum reported
only a total fall o' ten inches with
a water content of .'J,'3 of an inch.
Otlier place.s in town gave from a
foot to fifteen inches.
Ali our other
Come and see the value of Men's suits and
overcoats at $18.50
Eoys' overcoats, sizes 10 to 16 $7.95
Boys' overcoats, sizes 4 to 10 $4.98
Ali the Christmas goods which were left over
will he sold at 35 per cent discount.
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9 L nwiiii i in,, i ni 9
Iile home plum puddin? for New
Vears dinner on sale at Woman's
Club House. 8óc, T0c and $1.00.
Mr. and Mrs. Scott Harris have
returned from a visit to Mrs. Har
ris' mother in Littleton, N. H.
Mrs, Robert Lane and son Ken
neth, were the guests of friends in
Newport the first of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Harriman
were holiday visitors of Mr. Ilar
riman's mother in Littleton, N. IL
Sport hose knit to oi'der, Wo
man s Exchange. 7 Cherry Street.
Mrs. G. H. Ely continues very
ili ot jneumonia at ber home on
Summer Street. Her daughter,
Mrs. (i. W. Kyburp of Spriniield,
Mass., is on her way to St. Johns
bury, expecting to reach here this
FOR WINTER SPORTS
If you are going out for the winter sports come to us for
your sport clothes. We can clothe you from top to toe.
For Ladies, Gents, Boys and Misses we are showing a most
attractive line of Sweaters, Mackinaws, Sheep lined Coats, Flan
nel and Mackinaw Shirts, Knickers, Sport Hose, Moccasins, Wool
Scarfs, Gloves and Mittens, Toques and Caps or anything else you
may want to complete your outfit.
SPECIAL One second hand large size Buffalo Coat in good
condition f or.sale cheap.
THE BERRY-BALL DRY GOODS CO.
N. E. Tied Up
By Heavy Storni
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knockinp the forward tnick off the
ails. The wreckers worked for
two hours before the tracks were
Street cai- traffic between this
city and Danvers is badly tied up
by the heavy stomi.
BOSTON, Dee. 2!) New Enf
iami early today was stili in the
gxip of the storni which started
yesterday and deposited an aver-aR-e
of a foot of snow throu?hout
;he entire retori. A northeast wind
ranking from 50 to 70 mies an
hour tied up ali shippinjj alonp the
coast and piled up hupe di-ifts in
land. Suburban trains and trol
ley were kept running by Constant
use of plows, and ali throug-h
trains were delayed.
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L W JL'iylltlyA...... -
Build Your Own or Let
Us lutali One!
MANY folks of St. Johnsbury who have an ap
titude for Electrics will fìnd keen delight and
gratification in l)uilding their own Radio set.
For those who cannot huild their own we will
gladly instali one at a moderate )rice.
You're going to wish for just such entertain
ment as the Radio provides during the coki
months. Instali one in your home now. Come
in and hear it at our storc.
W. H. TJLTON
FOR COUGHS AND COLDS
San-Tox Pine Balsam with Mentlìol and'
San-Tox Laxative Cold Tablets
l'uiiii".- the winter months our Main Street store will
e lo.. e as follows: Monday and Saturday 10 p. ni., Tuesday,
Thursday and Friday 8 p. ni., Wednesday (! p. m.
Home Telephones G.Vi-M or 621-W
Whipple-Simpson Drug Co.
STRIKE ON SHOE COMPANY
HAVEUH1LL, Mass. Dee. 2!)
The strike declared at the Knight
Iiros. shoe factory by menibers of
the shoe workers protective union,
was declared diesai today by
Judge KeatiiiK- in superior court.
He enjoined union members from
interferins with the business of
the l'irm. The ceurt found the
union puilty of conspiring to force
the l'irm to do business with them
and influencing employee.s to vio
late ternis of agreement between
the finn and the ooot and shoe
THE SAN-TOX STORES
.".'! Main Street
9o Uailroad Street
St. Johnsburj'. Vt
THIRD ONE OF BREWER
FAMILY TO TARE LIFE
ST. LOUIS, Dee. 2') William
J. Leni)), president of the William
J. Lemp IJi'eweries eompanies,
committed suicide today shooting
himself twice through the heart
in the office of the brewery. It
was the third suicide in the family
&f the famous brewers. His father
and a sister hav;ng taken their
own lives. The eompanies be
fore the ad ve ut of prohibition was
considered one of the largcst
brewinjf eompanies in the world.
It was sold at auction last June.
Lemp had been down cast since, it
TO CLEAN UP
WE ARE OFFEHLNGA LOT OF
Odds and Ends
In $10.00 Shoes ut
$5.00 per pair
These are mostly hrown kid Boots with
a few brown calf and black kid and nearly
all sizes and widths, doul)le A to I). They
are ali high shoes and you may take advan
tage of this reduction at a timo when shoes
of this type are really needed.
Forcale, Gingham, 40 in. Cotton, Long Cloth, etc, in lengths
from 1 yard to 15 yards 15c yard
Another lot of Gingham, Cotton, Cotton Poplin, etc 19c yard
Special lot of Long Cloth, and various remnants in better mater-
WEIIAVE PLENTY OF
Four Buclde Arctics
at present but the "supply and demand"
conditions will soon clean us out.
am iti rr-xr
"A Good Place to Buy Good Shoes"
25c and 29c yard
10 Huck Towels, to dose $1.00
51.25 and $1.3) Heather Hose 9Kc
$1.75 and $1.89 Heather Hose $1. 19
$3.25 Heather Hose . $2.75
$2.50 and $2.98 Purses $1.98
$2.00, $2.50 and $2.08 Gloves $1. 19
$2.25 Blue Serge $1.19
$k25 Wool Flannel $2.98
$5.50 and $5.98 Wool Flannel $3.98
COATS AT THE UN USUA L PRICE
NEW YORK, Dee. 29 Thous
ands of volunteer show handlers
were called to the shovels today to
help dig New York city out of its
first bitf snowstorm of the season.
The storni took its toll of hundreds
of injured from early last evenintf
unti! daybreak. Ambulances were
brinai ng to hospitals pedestnans
with broken arms, fractured leps
and cracked skulls who had fallen
or the ice covered streets. It is j
reported that at least two were I
kill'd in falls. i
The wind and snow worked
havoc with the power and Tel. i
lines and Street car transmission
lines. Many pedestrians were !
endanfrered by snow fallinp from
building, falling- sipns and chini-
neys. Losses ì-unninjjr into the j
thousands of dollars were believed ;
to have been gustai ned on Long Is- !
land and Staten Island when num-
erous small craft were washed !
The Storc That Sells Wooltcx
Special On Shoes
Patent Leather, Black Kid, Suede combination.
Cuban, Louis and M'Jitary heel, $5.95 to
$7.15. To dose $3.95
Not ali sizes in each style, but ali sizes in the lot.
Special on Women's Boots $1.95 and $3.45
$2.95 and $3.50
The Store that Undersells
Randall's Department Store
WOOL SWEATER COATS
Our entire stock ol
$.).: and $ò.)0
Sweaters for lioy
1 sweater coats marked
or Cirls marked down from ?2.:8 to ?2.:;.)
Slip On Sweaters
1 Lot Indiali WVavr marked down from "() to ?2.'.)8
Children's Wash Dresses
In Gingham ami linerie, our entire stock, sizes 2 to 7, every
garment formerly priced $l..ri() and $1.(10 marked down to (Uc '
JJuy these now l'or next sprint and summer wear.
For otlier mai k downs
see Tuesday or Wednesday Eveninjf
SPECIAL SALE WASH TUBS
At our lu.-t .-ale we didn't have lialf enouh
Friday and Saturday
ON SATURDAY ONLY
IS in. Gal.
20 in. Cai
(Jal. TuIìs 2'Jc each
Gal. Tubs r.c
E. N. RANDALL & CO.
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