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TTTf UENMNHTOV EVENING mNNn: SATURDAY, PE.CEMRER 30, 1922. wean IT? "1 VA 9? 0 All us oturnwcl from ' fr-wr I . lao and! .v.-v ' 'Ztt&lfi''&fs ' rwrrmaA I Loci will . JM$mmh Wmmi M ther color..- iBtif- yl. M fr? ' i in,. m; 1 MmmMmMmm tear . m BmmbA HH in t " 1 j ' ' 'SW 'T Vt !& Wiy1 v' 'K, j Lrtained nf-: . fJ j r 'bump. ' . I.Vhile Justice 1 a Century ; re Monday..' ; If Grt'vnwlch Is ; t Mr. unit Mrs. : l.dain street. fho ha3 ben vie- Irs. Mary Hell, of lamed to her home , Melon of Troy Is , vs ut the home of: fid Mrs. Frank Dav- feet. IramuPl Caplin and fl Ma Nathan Hat Sybil, left this al'tr- i rk city. 'sermon at the Metho- f church will be: "Tho licemaker.' In the t ve-! be a watclin'ght service It 12. White, who has been "innual ChrlHtmas rectus of Mr. ami Mrs. V. K. ith r.trt'et, fxpects tJ re-: 'Johnsbury Kuuday. 'wind of . the unniortal drama that has drawn laughs from a million : frho Old Hometitead; Mar- fdore Huberts. Opera houso ! Shown at 7 and H. alarm was rung in Friday for a chimuey fire at the ft I). E. Moore, 2nd. on South The Stark hose chemical en- pponded to the rail and the fire j 'xtlnfcuisned In short time. and Mrs. J. II. Ineson have re- vid from Icston. after spending holidays with ther Boa, Charles, j younfr man Is now working for. i; firm of Barclay, Drown & liird. are merchandise brokers In Bos-' Mr. and Sirs. C. E. rhillips of Depot! r street were very pleasantly surprised ! I Thursday evening when about twenty five of their friends walked In upon j them to remind them of their 25th 1 wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. rhillips were the recipients o many i beautiful pieces of silver. Dainly re-. rre.?Uraent3 were served and all left! at a-lata hour wishing the host andj hoKteiu many more years of wedded j bllsa. i m mm vvy ' J' ll tWCTp-mi,q.i The most important event of the year is now here our Annual January Furniture Sale. It is an important selling that is awaited for by many, who in past seasons have come to know how advantageous it is tor them to share in the splendid off fcrings. We have gone far out of our way to make this year's event a big success from the very beginning. Tuesday will be the first day of selling, and it would be good policy for you to attend; even tho you would only know what is now considered the latest and most correct in home furnishing. THERE IS A BIG 1 GOOD MORNING' la ttrrrr Little !V-Hrn me Tablet fo CottstJpatlos. Your UntKsUt 8ell tktm. For Sale . v- "MAIN ST. BUSINESS PROPERTY Would remodel Into store and C-room living npnrtmcnt with all modern im prrvemf nt. for small additional ex penditure. Kino location, lot 29x125. Plivt talr SA.OOO .HBtlufnvtory trruw. Geo. Hawks Uawka Block. 4X, Main, Ht ' THE GRAY is COMING I "Guard well your ' sight". W' can help you, by our pain.j stilten care in fitting and mak-; iftf your glasses. Make an ap pointment. . . Hour, 9 to 12 A. M. 1 to 5 P. M. ! r;&,; f 'mfMw ' mim wje.iM-ii.viif f " va maim sonme tensive PURCHASES HELD FOR FUTURE DELIVERY If, for seme reason it is impossible for you to have your purchases delivered at this time, we"Il be most pleased to hold thtse purchar.es in our warehouse until further notice. The quality of furniture to be witnessed in this important yearly selling is without equal, prices in evidence are so reasonable that immediate buying will be the only outcome. While assortments are now both extensive and choice, they cannot long last, this we are sure of. Your immediate visit and selections are both highly advisable and practicable.' IMITATION LEATHER Dining Room Chairs (loklen Oak Finish. Set Oi Six S2.95 GENUINE LEATHER LARGE uinii 19 0 fk 8 Ch airs Golden Oak Finish Set of Six 20.95 A 1 ill i'i ,tp P'-j-'p :.; I mm " 1 J . ' 1 I li : J J U : For First Week in Jan. $11 r i ' 7-(f!-1 11 1 m cs'Sk 7" sri ir-i bj-w awtt i , ' h u-Br ir Spring and- Mattress S5.00 Down $1.00 a Week. This outfit consists of a brass bed, two inch post, ono inch filler, continuous or square post of different designs, ribbon finish. The spring is a Simmons high block, link, rust proof. Mattress, Simmons, all cotton, fancy art tick, roll edge;- Regular price of this outlit is S45.00. ' filiiiit 3-pc. flvcrslulled Set in Tapestry A new set for your living room'.' You're certain to find the right one here at our Anniversary Sale price, so moderate as io make immediate selection practical; 3 pieces, davenport, chair and rocker, full spring construction throughout, with loose cush ions. Frame is silidly made, finished in mahogany. Upholstered in a beautiful shade of tapestrv. Special Sale Price, 139.50 . 11-' 11 "lU U 4tV X ' 9-pc. Tudor Dining Set A set of furniture that will appeal from a standpoint of good taste and economy, too, is the Tudor style dining set here hhown. Table is oblong style, Duffet is GO inches long, China Cabinet with gTass door and panel sides. 5 Chairs and ono Arm Chair, genuine leather slip scats. Walnut finish. Special Sale Price, 169.50 j ;i : fail xri -T 1 A Sim"' J A Mattrx p 4-pc. Bedroom Scl in Bird's Eye Maple One of the newest bedroom suites is made in bird's eye maple with blue trimmings, a modernized turned design. Suite consMs of a bow bed, dresser, semi-vanity dressing table and chiffonette, well matched and finished. Each piece is very attractive and as a whole makes a most charm ing bedroom set. Special akv Price, CASH .'- ' ', iit fill '; " T jrinn-frit KNIT CREDIT IF YOU WANT Simmons High Block Link Sprang If YOU HAVE IT. V T DeWitt E. Lewis IT. OPTOMETRIST 'I BRIDGE BLDG. ' 4 1) Main UtrrM V. M. C. A BENNINGTON VT. TTT J IKfJ TBifiinuBMa BMB3 mm" v nito .im u ( .HA.