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Surely among such assort
ments as we are this sea
son showing you will fìnd
the very Coat of your de
sire. Especially attractive are the
MADE IN U.S. A. I
Fresh from the hands of
Designers who have made the name Frincess
an assurance bf correctness to so many women.
You will be interested in seeing them.
Mrs. C. I. Johnson of St. Johns
bury Center spent Thursday here.
James Borland of New York City
who has been visiting his mother the
past week, has returned to his home.
A large number of Danville people
attended the show the "Honolulu
Girl" here Tuesday night.
Miss Ethel Bagby of Danville vis
ited ber cousin Miss Grace Bartlctt,
who is gaining slowly at . Brightlook
George Cronin who has just pur
chafied the S. B. Chickering proper
ty is ili in Brightlook hospital.
Miss Mary Nelson is court sten
ographer for tlie Chittenden county
court held ut Burlington this week.
Plyn Bike has finished work at the
New Method Laundry and has pur
chased a laundry at Montpelier with
Mrs. Ida Bartlett and Mrs. Char
les liart.Ielt ot Danville were here
Wed lesday to see Mrs. Grace Bart
lett at Brightlook hospital.
PROPER HEAT-TO MAKP
YOUR WWTER. Joy COMPIETE!
LEACH & WATERMAN'S
"Use McCall's Patterns and you will bc satisfied"
MISS BURBANK IS
(Continued from page one)
WE'RE dealers in heat. If you
want to get in touch with the
best coal that ever made a fam
ily out of relatives you should
investigate the sort of fuel we're
selling. It will warm you up
properly and you will like the
way we deliver it.
4 Portland St.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
TO RENT A Furnished steam heat
ed room at 2G Central Street. 98 tf
WANTED AT ONCE a good plaiii
cook in family of Ave, two adulta and
three children, in West Newton,
Mass., a subuvb of Boston, nine miles
out. Must be willing, neat and a
Protestant. No laundry work or
waiting on table. Beside cooking
would have care of front part of
house "downstairs, threo roome.
Would have a warm, well lighted
comfortable room to herself and
use of bathroom. A Nova Scoti-i
Protestant nurse is kept who alno
waits on table. Wages to the right
person $12 a week. Would refer for
further particulars to Mrs. R. E. Wil
,der, Whitefield or to Mrs. A. C.
"Noyes, 93y2 Main St., St. Johnsbury.
Apply at once to Mrs. C. E. Pich
hardt, 302 Highland Ave., West New
ton, Mass. 05-3 t
Miss Cordelia Ray was at Wil
loughby Lake Wednesday.
Mrs. Jennie Gogswell of Wolcott
is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Harry
Miss Emily Armstrong of West
Danville is working at Miss Maiy J.
Nelso i's on Main Street.
FOR SALE A Stanley steam tour
ing car. Boiler new from factory,
car thoroughly overhauled, extra
new tire. Cai- in perfect conditici.
C. E. Jones, 41 Pearl Street. S7-3wk
WNTED Women to do washings
Monday with a machine. Telephon'e.
341-M. 95 tf
TO RENT Rooms
ONE WOULD NOT TRAP A MOUSE SO
But she was only a woman, so the wicked
schemers tried to break her heart
WILLIAM FOX Presenta
"The PITFALLS of a BIG CITY"
The story of a persecuted woman's triumph
A Snappy, Racing 2 reel Sunshine Comedy
Beautiful EMMY WEIILEN, in
"FOOLS ANI) THEIR MONEY"
Vose Piano used: Sold by L. K. Harvey, Passumpsic, Vermont.
a gown of white beadcd Georgette
crepe over white nilk. She carrkvl
a bouquet of white. roses and her bi i
dal veil was caught up with orango
uiu.-i.-.uiiki. si vt'i y jK CLiy unurs-
maid was Misi Lougeo gowned in
pi ìk silk and chiffon and eariying a I
bouquet of carnations.
A reception followed the wedding.
Miss Julia Ilooker had cliarge of the
guest hook; Mrs. Katlileen Morrison
and Miss Josephine Fisher piesided
in the dining room, and the servers
were Mrs. Fiances C. Hamilton, Miss
Eva Mowe, Miss Floreace Burbnnk,
Miss Katherine Beck and Miss Bar
bara Cray. A dainty luncheon was
During the reception the bride and
groom were suddenly discovered
missiiig. Ali efforts to locate them
were futile. They had departed on a
wedding trip of two weeks which include;-
Bo.;ton and Amsterdam, M. Y.,
Many handsome gifts were rereiv
ed by the couple. Thry included $50
in gold from the directers of tlio
Citizc-ns Savings Bank and Trust
Company, where the bride had been
employed in the check department
l'or the past four years, a tloor lamp
from the otlìce force of the bank; an
lectric percolator from the office eni-
ployes of the Boston and Maine
raih'oad where the groom has been
employed for the past four years, a
silver tea service from Mr. and Mrs.
H. C. Kent, and many handsome gifts
of linen, silver, china, cut glass, pic
tures, etc, from relatives and
friends. Mrs. Levasseur was gradu
ated from the St. Johnsbury Aca l
emy in 1915 with special honors in
music. She has made her home since
childhood with her cousin, Miss
Mabel Pope. The groom carne here
four years ago from Whitefield, N.
IL, and served a year in the navy
during the war.
Among the out of town guests
were David V. Levasseur of Grove
ton, N. IL, a brother of the groom;
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Kent of Mei 1
does; Dr. and Mrs. A. H. Jenkins of
West Burke; Dr. C. Merton Miller
and Miss Giadys Lyons of Wells
River and Miss Josephine Fisher of
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Stcele and
dauuhter of West Barnet were in
l,i idrs- town Thursday with a new
THURSDAY, FRIDAYand SATURDAY
Two pieces, 36 inch Cashmere, (Cotton). Colors Carnet and
Navy Blue. Especially nice for Children's Dresses, G5c yard
Three pieces Mercerizcd Poplin, VA incher. wide. Colors Bis
que, Lavender and Brown.
Price for tlie week 29c yaM
One piece Cotton Glass Crash. Red and White Check.
Price for the week 17c yard
One lot Ladies' Fibre Silk Uose. Colors White, Ivory, Light
Grey and Dark Grey.
Price for the week 75c a pair
2 FOR 1 SALE
Jap Rose Face Powder. Price 50c each.
Jap Rose Cold Cream. Price 25c èach.
Price for the two this week 39 cents
E. Welch, who has
spent the past week with ber father,
Henry E. Monili, returned lo lui
home in Rycgate Thursday.
Dr. and Mrs. John M. Alien leave
Saturday for New York where they
will spend the coming week.
Manager IL A. Graves of the
Globe Theatre and Mrs. Graves aie
home from a few days vi: it in New
port, N. II.
THE BERRY-BALL DRY GOODS CO.
Lift off Corns!
Doesn't hurt a bit and Freezone
costs only a few cents.
With your fingersi You can lift off
any hard corn, soft corn, or corn be
tween the toes, soft corn, hard skin
culiuses from bottoni of feet.
A tiny bottle of "Freezone" costs
little at any drug store; apply a few
drops upon the corn or callus. ln
stantly it stops hurting, then shortly
lyou lift that bothersome corn or cal
lus right off, root and ali, without one
hit of pain or soreness. Truly! No
Read Ihe DisplayAdv's
In Men's Brown Nor
wegian Calf Storni Shoe
" $10 per Pair
Sizes 6 to 10
This Walk-over Shoe, like cut, is made from
heavy Calf, reinforced with heavy linen stitching,
.whole quarter, with backstay, broad heel heavy sole,
with rubber slip lining between the outer and inner
sole from toe to heel. A regular business Shoe for
Fall and Winter wear.
WHERE SHOES ARE FITTED"
Nobles of Mount Sinai Tempie to attend Outing of Karnak Tempie
of Montreal, lo be held at Sherbrooke, P. Q.
Saturday, October 18, '19
Accompanied by Patrol and Band
A SPECIAL TRAIN
Takes , pleàsuré; in an
Mr. Fred Kinney
for ten years with the
Powers Furniture Co. at
White River Junction
has joined their sales
(By Associated Press)
BERLIN, (Wednesday,) Oct. 10 I
The Austria Natio ;ial Assembly met
today to consider the Peace Treaty. i
The Treaty was referred to a special
committee. It is expected the rati-
fication will be concluded by the I
Aches, paina, nervousness, diffi
culty in urinatine, often mean
oerioua disorders. The world'a
ttandard remedy for kidney, liver,
bladder and urie acid troublea
58 Thoroughbred Black
and White Holsteins
ALL FOR SALE
Sire, Màple Mont King; record 3014 pounds but
ter seven days. Milk test 406.
21 Young Cows great producers.
13 Yearling Heifers.
1G Heifer Calves from 4 weeks to 12 months old.
AH above at reasonable prices.
5 Bull Calves from seven months to a year old.
2 Baby Bull Calves, I will let them slide at half
price if taken away this month.
Reason for selling: Short of barn room for so ,
many and must sell something. ,
Leave Montpelier 7.00 A. M. Leave St. Johnsbury 9.08 A
riainfield 7.20 Lyndonville 9.26
Marshfield 7.35 West Burke 9.40
Croton 7.55 Barton 10.05
South Ryegate 8.02 Orleans 10.14
Wells River 8.30 Newport 10.30
Barnet 8.53 Arri ve Sherbrooke 11.50
Single One-way Fares Plus 8 per cent War Tax
bring qulck relicf and often ward ofT
deadly diseases. Known aa tha nutionl
remedy of Holland for more than 20O
year8. AH druggists, in three sizes.
lwk for thm Dama Cold Medal on trmry box
aod accpt no imitatiou
A. B. Noycs Insurance Agcncy
CITIZENS BANK BLOCK
From Montpelier $ 4.40
" Plainfield , 4.11
" Marshfield 3.93
" Groton 3.54
" South Ryegate "' 3.45
" Wells River 3.25
" Barnet 2.94
" St. Johnsbury 2.65
" Lyndonville 2.39
' West Burke 2.16
" Barton 1.77
" Orleans 1.61
" Newport . 1.34
Return Fare Same as Above: Plus 5 cents War Tax
, Accommodations for ali those who attend are assui-ed.
Nobles, procure a certificate of birth or identifìcation from your
Town Clerk, as it will be required in coming out of Canada.
A program has been arranged for the entertainment of ali visit
ing ladies by the Ladies of the Eastern Star, of Shei'brooke.
Attest ' CHARLES E. GROSgARTH,
CHARLES H. HEATON, IH. Potentate.
United Cigar Store
Guns and Ammunition
49 Main Street
St. Johnsbury, Vt.
R AND ALL'S DEPARTMENT STORE
Seasonable Goods di Special Prices
Japanned Coal Hods, two sizes, ' 45c and 49c ;
Galvanized Coal Hods, four sizes, 59c, 65c, 75c and 89c .
75c Wood Rim Ash Sifters, Sale 65c
35c two quart Poppers,' . ' Sale 25c.
COc four quart Poppers, Sale 49c
One quart, 29c Two quart, 45c .
Three puart, 59c Six quart, 85c
NEW PROCESS OIL HEATERS
Two styles, Special at $5.95 and ?6.49
BURROWE'S BABY BASSINETTES
The ideal Crib for the new born babe. Light, durable and comfort
able, two styles, 1 Special $5.95 and $6.95
CROCKERY FOR THE CHILDREN
Baby Plates, 59c, 69c and 89c
Mugs, 35c and 49c
Porridge Bowls, ' 75 cents
Bread and Milk Sets, 69c, 98c and $1.50
Plates, Trays, Cups and Saucers, etc.
With copper bottoms an dheaVy tin sides. Beat these prices, two
styles, 3.49 and $3.75
E. N. RANDALL & CO.
77 and 81 Railroad Street
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