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' THUilSt) AY,: D6EMBER 26, 1918 j j ST. JOHNSBURY, VERMONT HI Women's Flannelette LOCAL NEWS SPECIAL SALE FOR and SAT. SEVERAL DOZEN FANCY STRIPED AND PLAIN WHITE NIGHT ROBES FROM OUR $2.49 AND 2.25 LINES. A FEW SLIGHTLY MUSSED FROM HANDLING, BUT NEARLY ALL FRESH, CLEAN STOCK. CHOICE W THE LOT THESE ARE CONSIDERABLY UNDER 7 THE PRESENT MARKET PRICE FOR QUALITY OF GOODS AND WORKMANSHIP, AND WILL BE SWOPPED UP QUICKLY. LEACH & WATERMAN " The Home of Style and Good Values " Farmers do not contract your Maple Sugar but put it in good sound standard wood packages, not stamped or stencilled. We want 50 car loads to start with and expect to pay the highest market price and 1 cent a pound in addition for the package. OLDEST MAPLE SUGAR DEALEAS I VERMONT Supt. F. B. Jacques and his asso ciates are distributing attractive cal enders of the Metropolitan Life In surance compny for the coming year On the back of the calender particu lar attention is called to the advan tages that industrial policy holders have in securing the services of a visting nurse in communities where the company is able, to place one. Miss Edith L. Stone, one of the clerks in the Quartermasters' Corps in Boston, spent Christmas and Thursday at her old home. Miss .Vera M. Webster who has been one of the linotype operators in the Caledonian office the past few weeks, spent Christmas at her home in Barton. The many friends of Don C. Stiles, who has been in London in Y. M. C. A. work during the war, will be inter ested to know that since the armistice was signed he has been tour secretary for Great Britain. Most of the 2,000- 000 American soldiers and the million from the British provinces will visit England before demobolizing and the Y. M. C. A. is arranging many at tractive trips of shoit duration to the most important historical places in the United Kingdom. Rev. George A. Martin gave the ad dress at the Community Christmas tree service at. Barton Wednesday night. The affair was held in Seaver's hall and over 500 were pre sent. The community service flag was presented by Judge W. W. Miles and accepted on behalf of the village by C. A. Barrows of the board of trustees. A fine musical urogram was a part oi the service wmcn was a notable success. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Riiey of Lyn- donville spent Christmas at the home of Mi-, and Mrs. Edward B Asselin. Arsene Lamontagne was one of the first of our soldiers from overseas to arrive home, coming back on the Mauretania. Mr. Lamontagne had been attending an aviatiui; school in England and had also been gunner in the Machine Gun Corps. Frank Asselin, who has been Look out for Span ish Influenza. At the first sign of a cold take CASCARA M QUININE ijttidiird. cold remedy for 20 year in tibltt i'tirm safe, sure, iio opiates breaks up a cold in 34 hours relieves grip in 3 days. Money back if it fails. The genuine box has a Red top with Mr. Hill's picture. At All Drug Stores. l Landlord Moore entertained 53 guests at the Christmas dinner at the St. Johnsbury House Wednesday where a fine menu was prepared for all, Walter J. Bigelow, former owned and editor of the Caledonian, is now editor of the Brattbboro Reformer and will be in Montpelier during the .session of tH3 Legislature. The many friends" of Mrs. O. H. Henderson are pleased to hear that she is steadily gaining from her op eration at Brightlook Hospital some ten days ago. Frank Rice of Burlincton is spend ing a few days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Itice. Mrs- H. A. Wilcox and son, Ber qt.h i'D anpndins- a few days in Newport. Robert Barrett of the United States Navy is visiting his mother, Mrs. W. E. Barrett. Miss Minnie Frazene of Kane, Pa., a pupil at the Whitney school of ex pression, is the .guest of Misses Lola tnd Marjorie French. . it"!,., M WViirnpv' ti reader of (.nation wide fame, will give his bril liant interpretation oi the piay ium to the Right" at the Armory Friday Evening. This is a plav full of humor and everyone should plan to be there. The price of tickets will be 50 cents. T V friends of Miss Hazel Lowell, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Lowell of James street, will be inter ested to learn of her marriage to aiv.o nn Mrvndav evening at North Troy. The bride was a grad ... f Vio rimnmevcial Department stationed at Camp Devens, has beeni0f St. Johnsbury Academy last jum. New Waists For - 1 omorrow ft hi tV : I K ' y? a:- I n ' rf I - - THE BERRY-BALL DRY GOODS CO. IT'S NOT YOUR HEART; IT'S YOUR KIDNEYS discharged and arrived home before the holidy. ' John B. Asselin, who hs been in the service at an armory at Allstcr., -Mass., last week and is now at hs old home. Lawrence and Eugene Gagner are two more of the St. Johnsbury soldiers who have returned from ac tive service. Eugene 'Gagner has been in Texas and Lawrence Gagner was in England when the armistice vs signed. The union study class of foreign missions will be held at the South church Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock. The leaders are Mrs. Frank H. Taylor and Mrs. H. A. Power and the sub ject is Chapter 5, "Women Working Together." Members of the staff of Federal Food Administrator Brooks, county and local food administrators, county and local chairmen of the Women's Conservation committees and all others associated with the Food Ad ministration in Vermont received from Mr. Brooks on Christmas a most attractively printed greeting Truth About Mathematics. j The value o mathematics in devel-1 ciiin the mind lias been strongly at- j tacked and vigorously defended. The j opponents of mathematics say that the' i science is a dry. husk of a thing, chill- j ins the warmth' and imagination of the student. The truth seems to be that mathematics is a dry husk of a thing tinly to those who make it so, and is as much a subject for inspiration and onthusifism as poetry itself. In Dreams. "Seems to me," said Mammy Chloe, Hv. Albee was formerly the manager of the "Direct importing iea store on Railroad street. They will make their home in North Troy where Mr. Albee is now employed. Harry Clark has received his dis charge from Fort Slocum and return ed Home. ! Miss Annie Houghton of Lyndon- ville spent Christmas with her sistei.i The busiest place in town just be- Mat sometimes you'd rather sleep dan foi the holiday was the post office cat." "Speck I would ,: answered Picka t0c. V.., rA W, force ninny Jim. "Cku-sc- when Is asleep Is and P051 " IC"7", ftrons for i:,,t,ie to dream about, fried chicken aa' deserve the thanks of the patrons tot : potatoes an' water- ; the way the decks were cleaier be- J ' x aiR. no seell (liun01-;j fore Cliristmas. Monday was the big long'timc day of the week and in the volume of ; ; lon- j mr.il and in cash receipts for stamps j j it was the largest in the history of the I A Man jn ths Making. j office. From 6.30 in the morning un- j AVimlnw Card " Vhen completed j til 9 at night the ; lobby was almost ( Bi:ini; wm occupy this store." Waiting filled with patrons and the receipts j. finish in order to begin. P.os- for sale of stamps alone was ovei f ton Tromeiipt $1,000. - IN THE LAST FOUR MONTHS I AM RETURN-c - -''' "v. , i ' I. . TTn Of F7 AA ..,r :;'- - W;S',..V, (Notice the odd change) in dividends on Fir In surance Policies in my agency, practicaUy, the entire amount saved to my customers. How much did you p-pt hack on vour nolicies? r ; Would be glad to save something foiAjMJiacLi the chance. a " CHAS. S. HASTINGS, 29 Main Street, SL-JMihSbiii, Vt In the same office for the last 42 years. i Daily Thought. i Patience and gentleness are power.? Leigh Htrati y ow pally Thought. Whatcvpv "chnace, ?haH bring w wi bear with wpt LOST A banjo 1 Mandolin in can vass case. Leave at this office for reward. 153-15o What made the quarter famous? 'Down to Earth. Mrs. Peavish says that before they, !.1 M.. Dnniiich' lit-rill in were inaiii--n n. ...v.. , iw ' ji-j.--" - --. , lK-ar Jieri.s: "Jlonie, .-'Sweet '.liomci'! j the fatal tomprrowjfibot, wlch.tht&f dishes on trie table. Galveston. News, i al. 1 Not So Baa After All, A lot ot people forget that today .Is Jotir Kidney disease is to respecter of per-1 sons. A majority of the ills afflicting people today can be traced back to the kidney trouble. The kidneys are the niQCt important m-gans of the body. They are the fil terers of your blood. If the poisons which are swept trom the tissues by the blood are not eliminated through the kidneys, disease of one form or another will claim you aa a victim. Kidney disease is usually indicated by weariness, sleeplessness, nervousness, despondency, backache, stomach trou ble, pain in loins and lower abdomen, gall stones, graveL rheumatism, sciatica and lumbaeo. All these derangements Are nature's signals that the fcifasyg need help; You should use GOLD MEDAL Haar lem Oil Capsules immediately. The soothing, healing oil stimulates the kidneys, relieves inflammation and de stroys the germs which have caused it. Go to your druggist today and get a box cf GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil Capsules. In twenty-four hours you should feel health and vigor returning. After you feel somewhat improved cocthme to take one or two capsules each day, so as to keep the first-class condition end ward oft the danger of other attacks. Ask for the original imported GGLD MEDAL brand. Three sizes. Money re funded if they do not help you. Rev. Verne L. Smith, pastor of the Methodist church in Waterbury, has been transferred to the Methodist church in Beverly,, Mass., and and Bev. George H. Locke of Essex Junc tion has been sent to Waterbury. y TODAY CLARA KIMBALL YOUNG A THRILLING TALE OF LOVE AND ADVENTURE THE ROAD THRU THE DARK WAR REVIEW FIGHT FOR MILLIONS "SMILING BILL" FRIDAY PARSONS in BILL'S OPPORTUNITY GOLDWYN HONOR CROSS Chales D. Waters of Montpelier is here today on railroad business. Dur- jiing the war Mr. Waters had the dif ficult job of having charge of all the troop trains .in Vermont and a great many more trains were despatched t!at the publie is aware of. After the armistice was signed he received a most appreciative letter from Gen eral Hodges of Washington, who had charge of all the troop movements, thanking him for the very efficient manner in which the business was handled. . ' A new railway route across the Andes from Chili to Bolivia scales to a height of between 14,000 and 15, 000 feet, and to insure the comfort of travelers in this rarefied atmos--j phere the trains have been provided with oxygen chambers. r.nST Run eh of kevs with small that expressed in very fitting words VT,ifP ft S Montcomerv. 1 Wash- the spirit of Christmas with peace on jnjTton Ave. ' - 153-155 for all who helped in Mr. Hoover's conservation program. Clara Kimball Young, the Bern hardt of the screen, appears in "The Icoad through the Dark" at the Globe today. She has proven herself to be the greatest and most substantial star in filmdom and her beauty and charm are unsurpassed. Mr. and Mrs. I. G. Marshall received on Chistmas morning a let ter of appreciation from a few of their St. Johnsbury fiends as a testi monial of the excellent work they are doing for the people of this community. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Delanv of bpnngneld, Mass., are visiting Mrs. Daleny's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Bragg. ; Irving Eastman has been discharg ed from the navy. He has made nine trips across and has had many inter esting experiences. Mr. Eastman has been visiting his parents, Mr. and Mi-s. W. B. Eastman. He expects to take a position in Newark, N. J. Warren Peck of New York spent Christmas with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Peck. The many friends of Allan Knight, Jr., are glad to know that he is well enough to spend Christmas at his iHome here. He has been in a hosni- Ytal for sometime. He will go to Camp Devens in a few days.' Mrs. Abbie J. Balch left Tuesday Sor Melrose Highlands, where she will vspend the winter with her daughter, Mrs. H. A. Johnson. Mr. and Mrs.: Ralph Sulloway are moving to Burlington where they ave rented a flat. Carl Burnham of. Boston spent Christmas week with his mother, Mrs. Marthii E. Burnham. " TS1 r m wmmmm . f ' , & If f ?' -rOUR iX 9 1 9 ; f jti - - f v '' -.' '"'' ft "' v .; f '-,"' ;-': :' ' .' I MASONIC NOTICES Passwnpsic Lodge, No. 27, F. & A. M. Regular Communication, Thursday evening, Jan. 16, at 7.30, for despatch of business. ' Called Communication Thursday evening, Dec. 26. Work E. A. degree. AH invited. Visitors welcome. Orville N. Pinney, W. M. Fred H. Dolloff, Secretary Stated Convotfation Friday even ing, Jan. 10, at 7.30 p. m. Birney L. Hall, E. H. P. F. G. Moore, Secretary Stated Conclave Tuesday evening, Jan. 14, at 7.30 p. m. Z. S. Waterman, Com. 4 A. M. Lang, Recorder. The Old Year out and the New Year in social for Masons and their families will be held Tuesday, Dec. 31, kt Masonic Temple. OPENS SATURDAY DECEMBER 28, 1913 With All The Usual Classes HERE IS THE PLAN Members starting with 1 CENT and in creasing 1 cent each week for fifty weeks' receive $12.75 and interest. Members starting with 50 CENTS aM de creasing 1 cent each week for-6fty weeks receive $12.75 and interest- Members starting with 2 CENTS and in creasing 2 cents each week for fifty weeks receive $25.50 and intere;st- Members starting with $1.00. and de creasing 2 cents each week for fifty weeks receive $25.50 and interest- Members starting with 5 CENTS and in creasing 5 cents each week for fifty, weeks receive: and interest. Members starting with $2.50 and de creasing 5 cents each week for fi fty weeks receive $63.75 and interest. Members starting with 10 CENTS and in creasing 10 cents each week for fifty weeks receive $127.50 and interest. Members starting with $5.00 and de creasing 10 cents a week for fifty weeks receive $127.50 and interest. We also have FOUR EVEN PAYMENT CLASSES, which we particularly recotnmend, as Members paying 25 CENTS each week for fifty weeks receive $12.50 and nterest Members paying 50 CENTS each week for fifty weeks receive $25.0Q and interest Members paying $1.00 each week for fifty weeks receive $50.00 and Merest. , Members paying $2.00 each week for fifty weeks receive $100.00 and interest. follows : JOIN YOURSELF Get every one in your t family to join Tell your friends about it and get tliem'to join. - -c.-- MEROHANTS NATIONAL BAWEL ST. JOHNSBURY, VT.