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Evening Galedonian
Established 1837
l'ublished daily, except Sunday
Evening Caledonian Publishing Co.
125 Eastern Avenue
Herbert A. Smith, Editor and
St. Johnsbury, Vt. Telephone 6G0
TERMS By mail, $4 a year; six
months ?2; three months, fi. Deliv-
ercd by carrier in St. Johnsbury at
50 cents a month. Ali subscriptions
by order of the government are pay
able in advance.
As memben of the Associated
Press that organization is cntitled ex
clusivcly to the use for republica
tion of ali news despatches credited
to it or not othewise credited in this
paper and also the locai news pub
lished hcrein. AH righti of republi-,
cation of special despatches herein
are also reserved.
Kill the Cold. At the
sneeze take .
1 rcmedy for 20 years
forni safe, suro, no
rcaks uu a cwlcì in 24
relievcr.; Rrip in 3 days.
back ìf it lail.s. I ne
ulne box haa a Red
w i t h Mr. Hill's
At Ali Prue Storti
IjW Standard col
iH3Sv'" tablet
" 1 top
Woman's Guild
Supper Big Success
day the dimensions of the big' store
houae novv being completed was
wrongly given. The building will be
110 feet by 40 fcet and is now bc
ing boarded up.
V. V. Lurchin is home from sev-
cral weeks spcnt ut the lumbci camp
in Lowelltown, Me. ,
Mrs, , Robert Armstrong and
lauhtcr, Edith, loft Thu'rsday for a
vìsit with. her sister, Mrs. W. E.
Emery for the remainder of the
In the description of the new "Dr. E. P. Temploton of Irasburg
buildings of the Cary Maple Sugar was here Thursday to operate with
& Company in these columns Wcdnes- Dr. J. M. Alien.
Entered as second-class matter May
1, 1916, at the post office at St.
Johnsbury, Vermont, under tho act of
March 3, 1879. .
h -ri
THE Sonora is evcry
where krown as the
qvality phonograph which
the buyer is proud to cwn
and which is chówn to
friends with the remar!:,
"I bought this List'rurrieiJt
because cf its wonderful
tone and appearance."
eveas A3 . A Eì!-1 CJ
The Ilighcst Clazs Talliti g Machine in ihz WorU
EXAMINE the iaiportant details cf
the Sonora the long-running
motcr, the tene control at the sound
source, the automatic stop, the univer
sal tube, the convenient envelop filing
system, etc.
. The Sonora plays ali maJres cf disc
.records per fé ctly without extra attacli
mcnts, ahd the Sonora tone, which von
, highest score ... at the Panama - Pacific
Exposition, is unequailed for exquicita
Supcrb rcodels at prices from
$50 to $2000
Newport, Vermont
Ali Exclusive Ladies' Rcady-lo-Wcar Storc
' Useful gifts for Christmas, and those are the
kind to buy, and what your friends would prefer.
You will find just the right thing, and what you are
looking for at Drew's. Below we will mention a few
of the things that weare showing. ;"
AH of our Drcssy Hals
Y2 Price
What' would be nieer than a fine warm Coat or
Suit? Our seleetion is very large, the styles are
correct, the material is the best, and the tailoring
Largc assortment of Small Furs and Marabout
Silk Petticoats, Fancy Waists, Silk Hose, Sport ,
Uose in Heather and Oxford, Fancy Aprons, Bou
doir Caps, Silk and Crepe Kimonas, Bath Robes, Kid
and Wool Gloves, Neckwear, long warm Wool Scarf s,
warm sets; Silk Scarfs for Meri and Women, Sweat
ers of ali kinds in Silk and Wool. Large assortment
of Silk and Muslin Underwear, Silk and Wool
Dresscs, Skirts and House Dresses. .
46 Main Street, Newport, Vermont
rhone 14-12
The annual buzaar and supper giv
en by the Woman's Guild of St.
Mark's church at I. O. O. F. hall,
Newport on Wedncsday afternoon
and evening-, was a great success this
ycar as was to be expected. The
display of fancy aiticles presidcd
over by Mrs. Mamie Smith and Mrs.
Lita Martin, while not as large as in
previous years sold rcadily at mod
erate prices.
The table of home made cakes and
other thi,n,'rs found a ready sale. This
department was under the direction
of Mrs. George Morse and Mrs. Asa
The apron table presidcd over by
Mrs. Ralph Sisco and Mrs. Achlison
found a quick market in practical
The supper committec, Mrs. Vin
cent Jones, chairman, ussisted by an
able committec, Mrs. G. F. Lodge,
Mrs. Pickel, Mrs. Freeman, Irs.
Lubounty, Mrs. Walter Abbott, Mrs.
Wòodbury, Mrs. Clapper, Ted Cor
liss. and Mrs. Cunninuham. uroduc-
cd a chicken pie suppcr which drew
a crowd that literally atc up the last
The total procecds were about
1C0 with a net profit of approximate
ly $140. The ladies of SK Mark's
church are dceply indebted to ali
who contiibuted to the success of
the affair eillicr by patronage or oth
er asistanee. Mrs. Mary Ei own was
head waitress, assisted by Miss Dò
rat li y Piice, Miss Jcnnie Clapper,
Miss Margaret Squiies, Miss' Win
somc Jones syd Miss Velina Lance.
Many Attend Newport
Baptist Church Supper
Young and old gathered at the
First lìaptist church Wedncsday eve
ning to'enjoy an informai social
which was greatly enjoyc 1 by every
onc who attended. No admission fee
was charged but in orrìcr to lielp the
fund for purchasing candy for thu
kiddies at Christmas lime a collcc
tion was takn up. There was a very
gcneious responso and a goodly subì
renl'zed for this purposc.
Mrs. Charles Erown a-;d Mrs.
Ralph Moshn- .-.nnir scvcimI selcctions
which VierT app-ec: i"d. Mton Hunt
ington a-id Tii-s Rcr.' ricc Skinner
played piare (:'os. Miss Dorothy
Paquin aad Mi:s ATosher play
ed piano duot.s v'vle ""s Florence
Perry and Miss Ethel Sullivan sang
duets. Ali these young folks proved
themselves musicians of ability. Rev.
II. B. Rankin read two selcctions
fio ma hook he brought with him
from Franco. Refreshmcnts consist
ing o fiee cieam and cake were
Simple glycerine, buckthorn bark,
etc, as mixed in Adler-i-ka rclievesl
ANY CASE gas on stomaca, or sour
stomach. It acts on both upper and j
lower bowel and removes ali foul
matter which poisoned stomach. Of
tcn CURES constipation. Pievents
appendicitis. The INSTANT plea
sant action of Adler-i-ka surprises
both doctors and patients. One man
who nuffcrcd live years from indiges
tion and constipation was helped by
ONE dose. W. E. Eastman, druggist.
1 (
P2iamp3Ìc Lodge, No. 27, F, ft A.
Regulur Communicalion, Thursday
evening, Jan. 1.
Called Communication Dee. Il at
7.u0. Work on the E. A. degrec. Vis
itors welcome.
Birney L. Hall, W. U.
Frod H. Dolloff, Secretary
Haswcll Royal Arch Chapter No. 11
Statcd C'onvocation Friday even
ing, Dee. 12.
Bloomfield A. Palmer, E. H. P
Raymond A. Ptarl, Scc.
Palestine Commandcry, No. 5, K. T.
Special Conclave, Tuesday eve
ning, Dee. l(i at 7.;J0, Work; Or
der of the Tempie. Lunch will be
Willard V. Orcutt, E. Coni.
A. M. Lang, Recorder
Look Who's Here
'"rhil" Champoux, the
torisorial artist.
Joes Place
74 Railroad Street
Under Amos Scott's Storc
Catarrhal Deafncss Cannot Be Cured
by locai ppllcatlona, they cannot reach
tha dlaaaacd portion of tha aar. Thara is
only one way to cura catarrhal dealness,
and that la by a conatitutlonal ramedy.
Catarrhal Daafness ia cauaed by an ln
flamed condltlon of the mucoua llninK of
the Euatachian Tube. When thia tuba la
inflamed you have a rumhlln aound or Im
perfect hearlnr. and when lt la entirely
cloaad, Deafnen la tbe reault. Unleaa the
liiflunimatlon con be reduced and thia tube
raatored to ita norma! condltlon, hearing
will be deatroyed foraver. Many canea of
deafneas aro cauaed by catarrh, which la
an inflamed condltlon of the mucoua aur
facea. Hall's Catarrh Medicine aula thru
the blood on the mucoua aurfacea of the
We will flve One Hundrrd Dollari for
any caea of Catarrhal Deafneaa that cannot
ti cured by Hall'a Catarrh Medicine. Cir
cuì! free. Ali Druggleta. 7fio.
F. J. CHENET & CO., Toledo, O.
- )
Knights of Pythias
Regular meeting of Apollo Lodge,
No. 2, Tuesday evening, at 8.00,
Dee. 1G. i
n. W. Clark, C. C.
fi. E. Anderson, K. R. S.
I desire in this way to cor.vey to
the large circle-of friends of myself
and family, who have meant so muclì
to us ali during my protracted illness
at Erightlook hospital, St. Johnsbury,
and the fearful accident at Ithaca,
N. Y., to our son, Justin, which so
nearly cost his life, and the long
struggle which followed to save his
life. Your many kindnesses
through cards, letters, , flowers and
othcrwise, are cherished as rare
treasures in memory and especially
the nrayers of the Church peoplo,
which without doubt saved the life
of our boy appreciated beyond the
power of expreasion.
Mr, Curtis, Justin and Jennie join
in thanking you ali. ,
Mrs. Pyron S. Cui-tis.
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No. 1-A
Kodak, Jr.
Everybody likes pictures everybody likes to
take them Why not make somebody happy with a
When you send a Kodak include a few rolls of
fìhns in the box.
Livingston's Pharmacy
The oldest Kodak Agcncy in Newport, Vermont
While Pondering
Over the seleetion of aXmas gift for father, son,
husband or brother, why not consider an Accident
Insurance Policy. It assures his compensation when
sick or injured and helps his loved ones bear the load
if he meets an unfortunate death by accident.
. Before going elsewhere sec
Eastern Casually Company,
Newport, : : : : Vermont
ISrÌ 1 ' "liÌ&
The Phonograph that Plays AH Disc Records
The Machine with the Wonderful Tone, the
Beautiful Finish, the Substantial Cabinet.
fy cf . Will garce any Home
Jamw-kk f.d delight a11 your
ismsss-jm inencls.
7 n'Ite . m Is the ideal Instrumental
gh4mté4(Wfc oj- reproducing
SLrmTrsEss Machine, the niethod ot
reproduction making it possible to play Records as
never played before.
Popular in Newport.
Our first shipnient of
carne last March and fi'oni the
very first demonstration its success was assured
since that date. Shipments aggregating $1,000 a
monili have boeri necessaray to keep pace with the
We have sevcral Beautiful Brunswicks in
stock and invite ali lovers of music to come in to our
and Saturday afternoon and evening. Special music
will be played for ali who come in.
New Christmas Records, new Dance Records
and Talking Books and Babble Books for the chil
clren. True &'BÌanchard Co.
Newport, Vermont
;vel gei .togetb.cr" . .
VHS, SIR! Hcrc's vliere
p?rrticular sraoker
meets the psrtìcular smoke,
rt a"-, go-J tcoacco score.
Ycil caa teli this to tf io ivovld
The many friends of Mrs. Martha
Smith, who sullercd a fall last week,
will be glad to know that s-he is able
to be up and around the house.
Miss Mary E. Jewett and Miss
Alice E. Hall have movcd from Sum
mer strect to. roome-in Mrs. E. J.
P.hodes house at No. 14 Cliff Street.
Let Jewels and Jewelry
Carry Your Messages of Love
This Christmas Season
Below we offer a partial list of "Gifts that Last"
for your approvai
Bracelet Watches Pocket Watches
Oiamonds Plain and Stone Set Rings
Lavelìiers Brooch Pins
Bar Pins Vanitv Cases
Cuff Links
Gold Beads
Lockets and Chains
Gold and Sterling Pencils
Sterling and Plated Table
Ear Jewels
Pearl Beads
Watch Chains
Gold Knives
Cut Class
Newport, Vermont
usic Learned In Yòuth
Priceless In After Years
It is the sweetness and beauty installed
in the minds of us ali in youth that is the
lasting memory of our late days.
A fine piano in a home starts our chil
dren on the right way.
Cali and look over our beautiful line of
Pianos and'Player Pianos.
You will ahvays find the old reliable
Standard rnakes in our sales room and we
are giving the usuai Holiday discount dur
ing the month of Decomber.
Newport, Vermont
Here is an exccllent opportunity to purchase a
fine fami consisting of 265 acres located in Orange
County, and near three villages. The buyer is entit
led to G0 tons of hay stored on the property. The
buildings are in good conditimi and the house, is
equipped with running water. There are 1200 sugar
trees on the land and also nearly enough bobbin
wood to pay for the fami. A bobbin mill is located
neayby. A fine set of farming tools go in the trade.
Price $1,200. .
Suctcssor to IIowc & Slowe,
Newport, Vermont

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