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CALEDONIAN-RECORD, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1919 Sòear Ai- (jUind in that Winter Storage for batteries means more than just plaping them in a dry place. They need proper charging and regular inspection. fi SERVICE does this and returns your battery up-to-snuff in the Spring. Remember, too, that zero weather causes many a car tp stali, if the battery isn't full of vigor. Prest-O-Lite Service keeps your battery full of go and assures you bright lights for long winter nigbts. No matter what battery you use, we will keep ìt efii ciently on the job ali winter; or store it carcfully till Spring. Our expert acìvice costs you nothing. Caledonia County Battery Company 12-14 Railroad Street 4s Jeweler Diamond s 4. ist Watehes HÌc3.S AT.P.OPULAE Jewelry Sterling Silver Piateci Silver French Ivory Fountain Pens Pearl Necklaces GoldPendants . Spmething New! Yes. GENUINE NORWEGIAN CALF BROGUES Will stand Vermont weather. Nothing bet ter made for long ser vice than this style shoe. Price $15.00 Plus War Tax ASSELIN Làe rtment of Slippers In very pleasing variéty. A good lime now to select for Xitias whiléou stock is Jargé '-ajnd complete. Take advantàge of òiir money saving prìces jh pian- mng for your Holiday !gift. ' . ' ' " " v ! , HSLIPPÈRS FÓR EVÉRYBODY H Nolin Bros. Cash Shoe Store PRICES Cut Glass Sterling Novelties Chafìng Dishes Photo Frames Coffee Percolators Carneo Broaches BROS. tesasi "SYRUP OF F1GS" CIIILD'S LAXATIVE Look at tonane! Remove poisons from stomach, liver and bowels Accept "California" Syrup of Figs only look fov the name California on the package, then you are sure your child is having the best and mo.st harmlcss laxative or physic for the little stoninoli, liver and bowels. Child.ren love its delieious fruity taste. Full directions for child's dose on cach botile. Give it without fear. Mother! You must say "Califor nia. CONCORD At the regular meeting of the officers Concord Grange, Nov. 28, were elected as follows: S. Woodbury; Overscer Master, P. Fred A. Goodreault; Steward, John Go'òd- reault; Assistanj; Steward, C. A. Cro well; Chaplain, Mrs. Vivian Wood- Bury; Treasurer, C.,, A. Miltimore; Secretary, Mrs, Katherine S. Chaplin; Gatekeeper,, F. S. McQueen; Cero, Mrs. Martha Williams; I'omona, Jennie B. Belden; Flora, Mrs. Emma Blodgett; lady assistant steward, Mrs. Gertrude A. Crowell; musician, Mrs. Eldie A. Miltimore. The lst and 2nd degrees will be conferred at the next regular meet ing which will be held Friday evening. The following officers were elected at the annual meeting of Woodbury W. It. C. on December 2. President, Mrs. Ella Lee; senior vice president, Miss Alice Parker; junior vice presi dent, Mrs. Isabel Morgan; treasurer, Mrs. Gertrude B. Reed; chaplain, Mrs. Viola Stacy; guard, Mrs. Susan May; conductor, Mrs. Martha il- liams. These officers will be instalied at the regular meeting the first Tues day in January. There will be a meeting of Adaii Chapter, No. 39, O. E. S., Thursday evening. The sophomore and freshmen clas- ses of the Junior High school will hold a social at the school building Friday evening to which the public is cordially invited. A program will be e-iven and light refreshments served. The social committee of the Uni versalist church for Decomber con sista of Mrs. E. II .Bazin, Miss Lou ise M. Chapman, Mrs. A. D. Forsaith, Mrs. J .A. Virtuc and Mrs. Nellie Tiltom The December committee of the L. B. S., of the M. E. church served an oyster supper Wednesday evening. The net procecds were $5.98. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Goodnow of Amherst, Mass., announce the mar riage of their daughter, Edna Minnie, to Guy Max Powers of Highgate, Wednesday, Nov. 26, at Windsor. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. W. R. Lucas, pastor of the Con gregational church at the parsonage in the presence of a few relatives. Concord friends extend .congratula tions. Mrs. Powers has resumed her duties as assistant principal at the Junior High school. . ' Saturday, Mrs. II. A. Cota went to Nèwport. . Mrs. C .F. Cutting is at So. Barre having been called there by the criti cai illriess of her mother, Mrs. C. M. Wallace. Alien Hodgdon and son, Rcginald, K. Tv'Ricliards and Fi'a.nk Kerr, re turned Saturday from a week's hunt ing.trip to Victory. The party brought in three deer. F. J. Spauld ihg and David Jock were among the lucky hunters.' George Proctor and Alien Estey of Boston, Mass., spent last week in camp at Paul's stream, Granby. ' 'Noyember 24 a son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Brodeur of Bristol, Conn.. and a orandson to Mr. and Mrs. É. J .Cote of this town. Murray-No yes of New York city was a recént guest of Mr. and Mrs, C.j À. Noyes. J. K. Noyes of Orleans was a visitor in town Saturday. . ( W. D. Chapljn, -who has finished working at Trout Brook crcamery, went 'to South Peacham Monday to be bùtter tjiaker in the creamery there Miv prowley of Shelburne has suc c.eèded Mr. Chaplin in the locai creamery arid is boarding at ; J. R, Ralston's. Mr,. and Mrs. . O. W. ' Baker have been .spendili a féw days in Boston". , Mr, and Mrs. George Whipple of the Texas district were Sunday guests ot Mr. and Mrs. 1 N. Southworth at Chestnut farm. . W., H. Foster was called to Lisbon, N, IL, last week to attend the funer al off bis sister-in-law, Mrs. Elcctà Foster. W. C. Renwick has sold his farm to E.' C. Powers of St. - Johnsbury. Mr Renwick held an auction Wed nesday, F. M. Richardson of Little ton,'N. H., being the auctioneer,,..., Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Pike of Waterford wero visitpvs of Mrs Lu etto M. IjCwìs, Wednesday. That evening Mrs. Lewis entertained a few friends in honor of tho birth day of Henry Chcney of StiJolinsbuiy alti-' a short visit to (hi-ii' brothnr.K. W. Morgan's. J)eci-inbor 1 a sol) was born to Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lurid. Mrs. H. Lund of Gallup's Mills is at the home of jier son. Wednesday, Mi', and Mrs. N.- D. Young of Cannaii were business vis it ors Ijore. J,iO; Chapman nnd Miss Louise Chapnian were Sunday visitor at, F. J, Spaulding's ut lioyalston Corner. .Mass., spent last week at M. J. Sjinulding's, Mi,ss', Susan Joslin visited Mis. W. Il MoiTison at Fitzdale and Mrs W. J). Chaplin the past week. Ivan Strceter. of Watertown, Mass., who was seriously injured a few weeks ago, carne to the home of his piiients, Mr. and Mrs. ,N. P. Streeter Saturday. Mrs. I) B Cross and Mrs Minnie Williams were in St. Johnsbury Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Miltimore spent Sunday with Mrs. and Mrs. C. M. Miltimore at St. Johnsbury. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. S.paulding of Roy alston Corner spent the day with Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Chaplin. Mrs. Charles Narno and little Sa rah Dawe with Miss Elsie Dawe have returned to Lowell, Mass., after a few days' stay at the home of their! brother, Albert E. Dawe. Miss Jennie B. Belden has closed her home for the winter and is with her aunt, Mrs. Wells Quimby at Lyndon. In a few weeks she is .planning to go lo the home of her sister, C. II. Kclso, at Springfield, Mass. Mrs. Ilelen P. Bonett war, in St. Johnsbury over Thursday night to attend the annual meetign of Cham berlain W R. C. Mr. and Mrs. "Jake Jock of East Burke were visitor of his mother, That Christmas Morning Smile will break forth in ali its radience if you givé yóur Boy or Girl a Bicycle. And ali the while you enjoy their happiness with them. You have the quiet satisfaction of knowing that you have provided means of healthful out door exercise that will keep them healthy as well as happy. C. B. CHASE 91 Railroad Street, , , St. Johnsbury, Vt. THE POLLAR At the present time, the dollar buys so little, why not deny yourself now, some things not so very necessary and save to use in the time coming, when prices will be lower and you will be able to buy more for this same dollar. , You may later have greater need for money than now. Théearning power (interest allowed) of your dollars at this Bank is higher than in years past. Passumpsic Saving Bank St. Johnsbury, Vermont One of the glories of living in Northern Ver mont is in the delight of skating ALL THE YEAR AROUND. (that is, except a few weeks in Jury and August.) It has become very well known that St. Johns bury is the center for SKATES and SKATING We havé just displayed on our Bargain Counter, SKATES as follows. GIRLS' Doublé Runner BOYS' ' .49 Safety for Kiddies .49 .59 .69 .69 ' .79 while they last .89 .89 y . 1.19 And sleds, Oh, Boy ! If you can only find a hill, we will f urnish the sled. Ski sleds Auto , BobFlexible and REAL sleds. . ' ;"'"'. ; , ' Skis? Yes, in large .va.rie.ty. Don't forget to purchase a pair of CREEPERS bef ore you leave our store. The Peck Go. Railrbaii St. l ì . St. Johnsbury Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets Get at the Cause and Remove It ' Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets, the sub Etitute for calomel, act gently on the bowels arid uositively do the work. People afflicted with bad breath find t. quick reìief through Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets. The pleasant, sugar-coated tablets are taken for bad breath by alt who know them. Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets act gen tly but firmly on the bowels and liver, Btimulating them to naturai action, clearing the blood and gently purifying the entire system. They do that which dangerous calomel does without any of the bad after effeets. - ' AH the benefits of nasty, sickening, griping cathartics are derived from Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets without gripingjpainor anydisagreeable effeets. Dr. F. M. Edwards discovered the formula after seventeen years of prac tice among patients afflicted with bowel and liver complaint, with the attendant bad breath. " Olive Tablets are purely a vegetable compound mixed with olive oil; you will know them by their olive color. Take one or twó (jvery night for a weeK and note the etìect. lOc aiid 5c. Mrs. Lavina Jock, last week. A. E. Owen is in Lawrence, Mass., disposing of a. carload of Christ mas trees which he shipped from here. Thursday while Mrs. Emma West and Mrs. Angie Brigham were ii. St. Johnsbury, the bitter had the mis fortune to fall, as she was leaving the Citizer.s bar.k, arid break her hip Mrs. Brigham was taken to Biight look hospital and is as comfortable as can be expected. Thursday the remains of Mrs. L. D. Boutwell, who died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Albert Currior of Lisbon. N. IL, early Monday morning Dee. 1 were brought here l'or burial in the yillage cemetcry. DON'T FOROEf TUE Morrilfs $12.00 and $15.00. Ladies'. Shoes for. , ; $10.00 Ladies SHocs for "5 ; A few pai r for $2.49 Men's First Grado Rul)bers, Ladies' First Grado Rul)bers, Men's $9.00 and $10.00 Shoes for A few pairs at $3.00 Children's 50c Stockings . ' Men's 50c Stockings Ladies' $2.00 Silk Stockings ' Ali kinds of White Shoes sold at half price. B. A. MORRILL They were accompanied by Mr. a-irl and Stephen Streeter of St. Johnsi Mrs. Curn'er, Frank Boutwell ' of bury." Laconia, N. H., Mrs. Roy Church, Mr.;. Walter Johnson James Frye Use Nazol for catarrh. .,, adv. It. johnsbury business directory DR. DAJJE S. ÀTWOOD OSTKOPATHIC PHYSICIAN CHizena Bank Bnlldinf , ; By Appointtncnt Trnssea Fitted for Snptnre E. C. SMITH 101 Eastern Avenue Books, Stationery, Periodicals, Con fectionary, Cigara, Notions. GUY W. HILL Lawyer St. Johnsbury Vermont DR. W. A. GAGE CHIROPRACTOR Spinai troublo a specialty. Office hours 2 until 4 every aftemoon. Monday, Wednesday and Friday eve ning, 7 until 8. falderwood BIdg., Phone 658-M G. C. FRYE LAWYER Citizen Bank Building St Johnsbury, Vt. Tel 205-M SEARLES & GRAVES LAWYERS Citizens Bank Block St. Johnsbury Vermont Public Stenographer Mrs. Elmer E. Hooker 34 Railroad Street Tel. 416-13 A. S. HASKINS Ryes Examlned Glassea Fornlshed SPECIALIST IN OPTOMETRY St. Johnsbury, Vermont MERCHANTS BANK BLOCK DR. J. D. BACHAND DENTIST Pvthian Boildfmg:, St. lohnsbury B. FRANK HARRIS TEACHER OF PIANO Pythian Building, St. JohDsbury, Vt T. R. STILES, M. D. Office in Merchants Bank Block. Office Hours: 10 to 12 a. m., 1.30 to 4.00 p. m. Rheumatism, Asthma and diseases of lungs DR. F. O. MOORE DENTIST Calderwood Building, 42 Eastern Ave. St. Johnsbury, Vermont , Office Hours 912. 1.305. Phone 309 JOHN M. PERHAM Civil Eng,. and Surveyor 11 Charles Street, St. Johnsbury, Vt. Telephone 235-13 JUNK DEALER J. ARON, Tel. 564-W, 5 Ely Street Payìng 2 cents lb. for rags; 7 cents Ib. mixed bags and rubbers; 40 cents hundred paper. 60 cents hundred for mngazines, 75c hundred fov cast iron, 50c for wrought iron. . Cali by phone. Will use you right. READ ALL THE ADS Read th$ Display Adv's SALE AT Shoe Store $8.00 $0.00 $ .99 .79 '.30 .30 .98 Thè Cozy Furniture Store 'Dealer in second-hand Furniture. Stoves bought, sold and exchanged, N. DUMAS, Manager " Phone 679-M 84 Eastern Avenue Dunnett, hields & Conant LAWYERS Tel. 65 St. Johnsbury, Vt. IF YOU WANT Monuments and Markers Cnll to G. E. Veilleux Granite Co., where you can see the work ali set up before you buy. The show room is opposite the Passenger Station, St. Johnsbury, Vermont. JOHN F. HINCH Special Agent New England Mutual Life Ina. Co, of Boston 42 E. Ave., Calderwood Building Tel. 495-M PAUVIER BROS. Dry Cleaning, Dyeing and Repairing. 78-80 Eastern Ave., SL Johnsbury, Vt. FRANK B. JACQUES Superintendent Metropolitan Iùfe Insurance Cù, New York Office in Citizens Bank Bloct JAMES B. CAMPBELL ATTORNEY AT LAW 57 - Eastern Avenue, St. Johnsbury ' Tel. 661-M. Porter, Witters & Longmore . . ATTORNEYS AT LAW Citizens Bank Building St. Johnsbury, Vermont ' Richards Vulcanizingf Co, CALOERWOOD BLOCK 4S Pearl Street St. Johnsbury, Vermont Baby Carriages re-tired while jqn wait Telephone 495-W A. M. GOODRICH Tailoring; Co. ST. JOHNSBURY, VERMONT THE GEORGE P. MOORE INSURANCE AGENCY Insurance Any Kind 26 Eastern Avenue : . COMMERCIAL SHOW CARD WRITING H. J. LUMBRA 26 Portland St., St. Johnsbury, Vt Tel. 53g-W FIRE, LIFE, ACCIDENT INSURANCE Automobile Fire Insurance IMPEY AND CUMMINGS ' Proyident Life Men 3 Portland Street, Brunelle Block St. Johnsbury Laundry Fully equipped to do everything in the Laundry line. Also one day work. Office and works BAY STREET St. Johnsbury. Tel. 229-1 ; Richardson's Tpilet Parlors Ilairdressing, Face and Neck Mas sago, Scalp and Hair Treatment, Children's. Haircutting, Manicure. .;' Tel. -W PYTHIAN BUILDING WINTER SPORTS "Tubb's" Snow-shoes, Skis and Toboggans C. E. BROWN 109 Eastern Ave., St. Johnsbury, Vt.