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EveniEg
Calecioii
NOVEMIiER 11, 1919
FESDAY",
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Ctiildréiì's -Goatsl
Have youi fìxed up the Coat question for that
girlof yours?
Good.Coats for girls at pnces wrtnm reason
are not very pienuim ,uui vc nuw Hav.u
range 01 styies anu vaiueo wc oucu uav uu.
Colors Brown, Jireen ana rnue, ages iu j.
Prick $8.50, $10, $12.50, $13.50, $s15 and $20
NEW EVENING GOWNS
AND
Also ali the Materials needed to make these
attractive Dresses. Silks, Satins, Georg
ettes, Crepes, Gold Cloth, Metalie Laces and
Tassels. 1
Special Showing This Week
LEACH & WATERMAN'S
"Use McCall's Paiterns and you vvill be satisfìed"
ST. JOHNSBURY
Locai News
Samuel A. Moore is òn a business
trip to Boston.
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Fisk aie
home from thcir wedding trip.
Miss Ruth Nesbit spent the week
end in uatn.
Miss Iìurrietto Jennison sncnt Sun-
day in Sheffield visiting friehds.
Mrs. C'. II. Davis spent Monday in
Whitc River Junction. .
Masonic duncint? class and social
Friday, Nov. 14, at 8 o'clock.
adv. 115-:i0
Mìsìk Alma Davis nf Pnssiimiisic
spent the past few days as guesis of
Mr. and Mrs. A. F .Lawrence.
Mrs. Thomas Howard of Montreal
visiting hcr sister, Mrs., Robert
Fisk. .
Lewie Kimball and William Kimball
spent Sunday at thcir home in Bath,
N. II.
Frank Hastings of Waterford and
Miss Bertha and Alma Lewie of Pas-
Kiimpsic spent Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. A. G. Lawrence.
The many fricnds of Mrs. Lois S.
Parker will be interested to learn ihat
she sailed from Boston Wednesday
on the "City Lahore" for India co
resumé her missionary labors in Iìar-doi.
etate of Ohio, City of Toledo,
Iucas County, ss. , ...
Frank J. Cheney makes oath tnat He
la senior partner of the flrm of F. J.
Chenev & Co., dolng business In the City
of Toledo, County and State aforesaid,
and that sald firm will pay the sum of
ONE HUNDRSD DOLLARS for each
and every case of Catarrh that cannot to
cured by the use of HALTVS OArARRH
MEDICINE. FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before me and subscnbed In
my presence, thla 6th day of December.
A D 1886. - A. W. GU3ASON,
(Soal) Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Medicine is taken in,
ternally and acts throupth the Blood on
the Mucous Surf acca of the System. Sena
or tRStimonials. free.
F. .1. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
noia oy ali oruKiBi. "v..
Hall's Family l'Illa for constlpatlon.
$ BED B L ANK.ETS
ST. JOHNSBURY
Locai News
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Uso the American Throat Tablets.
Adv.
At the two days' session of the nat
uralization court hcre Friday and Sit-
nvrìiiv ;i rìinch larcrer business ihan
usuai vvas done and Judge Howc ad
journed court Saturday afternoon to
Saturday, Nov. 15, when first and sec-
ond papers only will be consitiereci.
At the sessions last week 10 were ad
mitted to citizcnship, 26 took out first
papers, while 38 petitions were file-I
Mrs. Richard C. Emrich, a mission
nw in Turkcv. whose husband died
there durili gthe war, will speak at
the Armory Thursday night at 8.00
the theme "The World
Need; America's Opportunity." Mrs.
Emrich i stounng the state in tue
intprPRt. of the "Inter-Church Move-
ment" and has a gripping story that
will interest ali. She will address tae
young peojìle upon conditions in lui
ì;ey at 4 o'clock Thursday afternoon
Mi
f.Johnsbury
' Vermont'
atinees Daily . , Evenings at 7.
7 À
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er Greatest Success From Her Own Studio
L'-ST
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CTIOil
atincos 25c, 35c,
ights 25, 35, 50c
Lct us supply your wants in Bed Blankets.
ment of Blankets in Northern New England.
Plaid Woolen Blankets,
White Woolen Blankets,
Grey Woolen Blankets,
Bcacon Woolnap Plaid Blankets,
Beacon Indian Blankets,
2 in 1 Woolnap Blankets,
Nashua Woolnap Blankets,
Extra Heavy Flanncl Blankets,
LET US SHOW
We are
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Prices
showing the largcst assoiE-
$11.50
$8, $9, $10 and $11.50 a pair
. $12 and $13.50 pair
$10.50 a pair
$7.50 a pair
-$6.00 a pair
$5.50 and $4.75 a pair
$3.20 a pair
YOU
NATIONAL BLOUSE WEEK, Novcmber lOth to 15th, 1919
"Itemember the Date"
THE BERRY-BALL DRY GO
ODS CO.
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ST. JOHNSBURY
Locai News
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Edward G. Asselin is in Boston pn
a business trip. I
William Lowell is ili at his home
on James Street.
Charles K. Hodge of Concord was
a business visitor in town Saturday.
George Smith of the Peck Co. store
spent Sunday in Concord.
Use, Nazol for catarrh. adv
Miss Sadie LeMear spent Sunday
at her home in Lyndonville.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Beati are home
from thcir wedding trip.
Mrs. J. J. McGill spent Monday in
Barnct.
F. E. Cobleigh of Lyndonville wa-.
in town Saturday.
Miss Mabel L. Spencer was at
home over the week end.
Green Mountain Lodge, No. V.), N.
E. O. P., will mect this evening in
Grand Army hall at 7.30 o'clock.
Lawyer Charles A. Shiehls whs in
East Rycgatc Monday on legai busi
ness. F. J. Trefren of Lyndonville was
in St. Johm.bury on Saturday on
business.
Ali eiris who wish to join the Girl
Scouts ))lea:;e mect at 4.15 Wcdnes- j
day aftcr.ioon at the South church. !
Prof. K. il B. Flint of Norwich 1
University will prcach at the Church
of the Messiah r.ext Sunday.
Herbert A. "Stanley of Winlhrop,
Ma.-)s., is visiting his St. Johnsbury
fricnds and relatives.
Lawyer J. Kolf Seailes returned to
Guildhall Monday after spending the
week end with his family.
The Mission Circle of the Church
of the Messiah will meet in the
church parlor at 7.::0 p. in. The
watchword is "Compassio:i."
St. Margaret's Guild will meet
Thui-sday eve.iing n the parish
rooms instead of with Mrs. David S.
Connnt this evening.
The meeting of the Equal Suffrago
Leaguc, scheduled for Thursday eve
ning, has becn postponed until Friday
evening on account of the address by
Mrs. Emrich at the Armory.
The manager of the Colonial Thea
tre announces that Peck's Bad Boy,"
billed for Nov. 18, has been cancelled.
M. M. Counsel has gonc to Chicago
and Milwaukee for a couple of weeks
on a business trip connected with his
finn. ,
The Missionary Round Table of j
the North church met with Mrs. J. C.
Amcy Monday evening, about 50 bc-
ing present. 1 he program was in ;
charge of Mrs. Ralph E. Howes and
interesting papers were read by Miss
Tuttle and Miss Rouse. There was
sewing for the Red Cross during the
evening. Uelicious refreshments were
served and a social hour followed.
Clarcnce Simpson, the young son ,
of Léonard H. Simpson of Waterford
has sent iato this office an appiè
which is ciuite a curosity. One-third
of the skin is a dark red and the oth
er two-thirds is a bright'yellow. The
line of demarcation is very marked.
The boy picked the appiè from the
tree and thinks that lucie is stili
with him as soon after that he caught i
a handsome red fox in o:ic of his
trajis.
"Square Deal Sanderson" the Art-
crai t rnoiopiay wnicn .ieauiues vv m.
S. Hart is without doubt one of the
strongest pictures Mr. Hart has thus
far been seen in. Those who care for
action piled on action, true love and
the code of honor of the far west,
who rcvel in scenes which show the
everlasting hills and the deserts that
stretch into miles in every direction,
where men live and die hard, will
find it ali in "Square Deal Sander
son". They will find in Hart a won-,
dcrful mixture. Wrild and inflexible
in his fight for the right, but tender
and cowed by the presence of the
wonian he loves, he goes to the limit
and over for her. And beautiful
Ann Little is the woman, a sterling
actress, which insures a wonderful
combination. At the Please U to-day
aiterà
TODAY
Photo Plays for Particular People
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WILILAM S. HART
Supported by ANN LITTLE
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"Square Deal Sanderson"
A photoplay of the most intense heart appeal. Hart has never
been scen as he is in this picture and it is conceded to be his
fìnest effort to date, a SQUARE man he proves to be, human, red
bloodcd, velile, powerful convinci ng artistic Und genuine. That's
Wm. Hart in "SQUARE DEAL SANDERSON."
Paramount-Bray Comedy
"NEW FOLKS IN TOWN"
BURTON HOLMES TRAVELOGUE
PATIIE NEWS ORCHESTRA
' friday""
II. B. Warner in "THE MAN WHO TURNED WHITE"
RANDALL'S DEPARTMENT STORE
Esgin Your Xraas Shopping At Once
If You Expect to Gel the Best
Dolls Dolls Dolls
'T'f
See tue largest and best line of Dolls evcr cxhibitcd in St.
Johnsbury in our window.
Our advice, buy while va have Ihcm. Tremendous shortagc of
these goods. -, -4 .
Cellàloid Dolls, Kewpic Dolls, Horsman Dolls, American Jointcd
Dolls, Kid Body Dolls, nearly every kind there is to be had. Come in
and '5ok them over
lOc to $10.00 each
Teddy Boar
I
I Teddy Bears! Teddy Bearsi
SfY 0ur usual display at Xmas time, 5
If ' l different sizes' 79c toJiM each "
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len's Gold Seal
LUIBEBlMi'S BUiiEBS
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SNAG PROOF DULL GUM RUBBER
nine inches high, with heavy sole and heel. A wide
rooray Rubber, made to be worn with Sheepskin
Pacs or Heavy, Leggings, at
$4.50 per pair
Leggings $1.25 and $1.50 per pah
Campton AH Wool Socks, $1.00 per pair
Colors Black and Gray
Use Nazol for colds in children and
adults. adv. v
"WHERE SHOPS ARE FITTED
Nazol is an ideal nasal oiiitmeitt. adv.jjy
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