DECEMBER 18 1919
YOUR TIME FOR
is now limited, bui our ,
Stock of Usef u 1 Gif ts
(having béèn replenished in various departments) is stili practically unlimited
Here are a few items ihat will give Real Satisfaction and Comfort ...
Warm Blankets and Puffs $2.95 to
Single Bed Cotton Blankets, $1.95 pr.
Silk Taffetà and Jersey Petticoats,
Plain and Fancy Effects $5.50, $6.95
and $7.95 each.
Warm and Stylish VVinter Coats,
for Mother, Wife or Sister, $18.50,
$29.50 and $35.00.
Children's Winter Coats, Special at
Just arrived New Crepe Kimonas,
Smart Patterns and Colorings, Satin
trimmed, $3.95, $4.95 and $5.95 each.
Heavy Blanket Bath Robes, fór Wo-
men, Misses and Children, newest
patterns, $1.95 to $7.95.
Boudoir Caps, Silk, Lace and Ribbon
combinations, dainty and useful, 29c ,
New Velvet Dresses, Black, Navy,
Brown and Plura, $25 to $45 each.
Latest Novelties in Satin and Crepe
Camisoles, Envelopes, Robes and
Bloomers, ask for Dove brand. .
Snowy Table Linen, one of the best
gif ts you can decide on, good variety,
$2.95 to $5.25 yard.
Noci Noycs is in Lslund Ponti on
business for a few .days.
Geoi'Ke Smith was a recent visit
or iti Concord.
Miss Hazcl Chesley entcrtained the
Sei-vice Club Wedncsday evening.
Arthur Hawkinson was at Fitxdale
on business Thursday.
Hill's Novclty orchestra plays at
Music Hall, Lyndonvillc, Friday
- Mrs. Orna Buzzell of Springfield
spe'nt the day here Thursday.
j M.rs. C. II. Steere went to Darre
I Thursday to spend the Christmas
I Edward Petcrson and son, Kay
; mond, went to Woodsvillc Thursday
! on business.
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I JNotice has ueen receiveu nere mai
there is a discount on ali Canadian
money of 12 perecnt.
I Mrs Stephen C. Carpcnter was op
' crated on at the Brightlook hos
i Nazol is an ideal nasal ointnicnt.
Everything in Gloves, Wool, Kid and Cape, lined and unlined for Women,
f . . Misses and Children
Leach & Waterman
A Novelty Program A Big Doublé Bill
Who am I?
Has a lot of troubie answering tliis (lueslion in
Pufting Oh Over"
He boards a train as a salesman. The train "is wrccked. Whcn
he regains consciousness he is a millionaire and married.
A WILLIAM FOX PRODUCTION
"The Divorce Trap"
.Whercin right proves it is niight A William Fox Production.
Matinee 11 17c
Evening 11 22c
ALICE BRADY in "MARIE LTD."
Vose Piano used: Sold by L. K. Harvey, Passumpsic, Vermont,
At Ledere' Hall
St. Johnsbury, Vt.
7.30 to 9.00
Gents 50c Ladies 35c
Plus. War Tax
Social Dance from 9
Gents 50c Ladies Frec
Hill's Novelty Orchestra
X.... a, ., .. ,.
Mrs. B S. Mooker of Bradford was
a Christmas shopper here Wedncs
day. Miss Florence Clifford "of North
Danville is here to spend a few days
with Ker sistcr, Miss Clara Clifford.
Miss Mildrcd Adams, studc;it of
the St. Johnsbury Acadcmy, roiiirn
cd to her home in Barnet Thursday
on account of illness.
Mrs Raymond Worthen of
Newbury has becn the guest of Mrs.
Archie Wilcomb. the past few days
rctuming home Thursday.
Mrs. Cari Wollerman and four
children went to East Concord,
Thursday to stay until Christmas
with her mother, Mrs. Ralph Corey.
Use Nazol for catarrh. adv.
Mrs. Clayton Farrington of West
Danville, George Wallace of R ve
trate and Charles Clifford of North
Danville was here Wedncsday..,
John Simonds of the Peck Co. and
C. II. Hall of Boston went to White
River Junction Thursday on busi
Mr. and Mrs D. J. Burns have
been here the past few days froni
Ogdcnsburg, N. Y. Mr. Burns has
becn on this route the past 35 years
raveling for men's furnishings.
The ladies of St. Andrews church
will have a sale Saturday ifternoon
at the Parish House. Aprons, cm
broideries, dresscd dolls and fa:icy
I Bi ticlcs suitabye for Christmas gifts
will be on sule. ISon-scent, the H cai
deodorant will bc for sale. Adv.
' Subscribers to- the Red Cross
Magaziuc don't fail to renc'w your
subscription . before;' January lst
whcn pricc advances from $1.00 to
$1.50. Send your' renewal money to
the Red Cross Offce, at The ,Armory,
St. Johnsbury, Vt., if yqu wish. adv.
Nazol Ì3 an ideal
G. Shorcs of East
Johnsbury spcnt Thursday here.
- Mrs. .Lauris Parker has becn vis
iting Mrs. Ernest Tcmplcat Concord
returning home Thursday. r
Captain Edward F. Griswold òf
East St. Johnsbury was cordially
giected by his old friends Thursday.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
J-'OU SALE A light two horse or a
heavy one horse traverse sled. In
quirc at this office. 148 tf
FOUND A ladies pockct"boók' SurT
day in Arlington. Owncr can have
sanie by paying for this adv. II. W
Williamson, 33 Pearl street. ' 11 8-5 t
This is a day of Wm. Fox pro
ductions at the Globe. Suppose you
went to slccp as one person and
awokc as another. Suppose you
fou:id yourself acccptcd as the heir
to an estate of millions, an estate of
which you had never heard. You'd
be inclined to follow up this mystery.
Thcse things happcn in "Puttkig One
Over,' a Wm. Fox production with
Gcorcg Walsh as the star. It's a to
nic, with laughs, rapid actjon and
mystery. Another Wm. Fox produc
tion to be shown is Gladys Brock
well in "The Divorce Trap." In the
days whcn milady lived in a stone
cave, the married woman was her
husband's vassoi. In these days of
Paris modistcs and skyseraper apart
ment houses, one out of'cvery nine
marriages in the United States cnds
Subscribers to the Red Cross
Magazine don't fail to renew your
subscription ' beforo January lst
whbnprice advances from $1.00 to
$1.50. Send your renewal money to
the Red Cross Office at The Armory,
bt. Johnsbury, vt., if you wish. adv.
R a K -I
WIIEN YOU ARE LOOKING FOR
to cat try our -
Puff Paste Turnovers
50 Cenls a Dozen
Crisp, Brown, Delicious Pastries, filìed with Rasp-
F. A. SCOTT CO.
The Commercial Club announees that the f ollow
ing stores will observe thèir usuai closing hours this
week, but on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday even
ings of next week will be open evenings:
E. N. Randall Company
x . Berry-Ball Dry Goods Co.
Lougee & Smythe
Leach & Waterman
' . Steele, Taplin Co.
Frank E. Harris
r : Amos W. Scott Co.
. ....M, Moore & Johnson v
, ; , Nolin Brothers
' ' 1j. S. Jewett
C. A. Calderwood, Inc.
C. E. Brown
ST. JOIINSBURY COMMERCIAL CLUB
E. G. 'ASSELIN, President.
. AjUTHUR F. STONE, Secretary.
Dee. 18, 1919, ::" ' ' - "
See Our Dispilay
TOILET GOODS FOR CHRISTMAS
Toilet Waters, boxed for Xmas. Prices $1.00 and $1.50
Perfumes, boxed, j 38c tò $1.50 each
Combination Sets, $1.00 to $6.00 each
Saehets, Toilet Powders, Face Powders, Smelling Salts, etc., put
' up attractively for Xmasv
Wc are also showing a nice line cf Beads, Bar Pins, Brooches,
Lingerie Clasps and Baby Pins. ;
Japancse Incense Burners. Prices 35c to 85c each
THE BERRY-BALL DRY GOODS CO.
' Walking Is Better
than riding, if you have good
Slioes. It is surely more health
ful and if you purctiase
here and follow our sugges
tions, your fect will be perfect
ly comfortable. Style is im
portant, but omfort is more
The (juality of our Shoes will
' suit anyone and so it is only
a (jucstion of fit, so come and
try them on.
Prices $.00 to $15.00
We have just reccived a new
line of Silk Shirts, the quality
and patterns are excellent.
F. E. HARRIS
RANDALL'S DEPARTMENT STORE
Iyes Track Trains
Mcchahical Trains, $1.95, $2.49, $3.49 to $p5
Electrical Trains, N $4.95, $7.!) and $10.00 càtìhr',
ali kinds of accesories ,
15 difTcrcnt kinds, , 79c, 98cK $1.49 $3.25
Erector Steel Outfits, 59c, $2.50, $5.00, 7.50 and $10.00
. EOYS' TRICYCLES ; ,,i
. $4.95 to $0.95
$6.95, .$7'.4! to $7.95 '
$1.25 to $8.95
Ben. J. Massie left Wedncsday for
Slierbrooke to visit fric'nds.
Andrew Moore is here from Balti
more to spend Chrjstmas with his
mother, Mrs. Kate Moore.
The Acadcmy closes' Friday for the
Christmas vacation and the winter
temi opcns Monday, lìce. 29. ,
Mrs. J. E. Bertrand had two falls
last week and as a result of her iln
jurics sevcral liganients of . one "of
her legs were torn and it is now in
a ulaster cast. Slie receivcd her first
fall in front of the Berry-Ball store
Friday a id Saturday morning slipped
on her doorstep, receiving her worst
injuries in the lattei- fall.
$1.95, $2.19 $2.75
$1.95, $3.25 $3.95
, 49c, C9c, 79c and $1.49 ''
. $3.69 and $3.95
, $1.19 to ?5.00 each;
.. CASSEROLES IN FRAMES
Guernsey Casserolcs in frames, , , $1.19 to $3.95 -,
Aluminum Casserolcs, $2.49 to $3.95
ROASTERS . $1.95 to $5.00 ach
Check up your v.ants-from this list Dolls, Doli Carriages, Rock-i-ing
Ilorscs, Teddy Bears, Pianos, Friction Toys, Iron Toys, Games,
Sleds. ; ;
MECHANICAL TOYS - s '
Books, Bibles, Cut Glass, Nippon China, Stationery, Enàmel Warè
SUGGESTIONS FROM DRY'GOODS DEPT.
Wonicn's Neckwear, ' : ,' 25c ,to; $2,00
Men's Four in Iland Ties, Xmas boxes only, " " ...- ,75c
HANDKERCHIEFS . : '
Customers teli us prettiest line aiid lowest priced. Going fast '
TURKISH GUEST SETS ' ' , V
:ì picce Towcls, Guest Towel and Wash Rag, ,.. - Sale ,$1.25 et
Women's Angora Scarf Wraps, ; ' 1 . : ... - ..$C.df to $.850
' . . ', - , - " CAMISOLES ' '
In Crepe dé Chine, Chiiia Siìk' and Satin, ' $1.00 to $2.28
Silk Hosiqry, Gloves, Mittcns, Bureau Scarfs, Stand Cóvers, Jewelry,;
Picture Frames, Bath. Robes, Aprons, Boudoir Caps, Muslin Undcr
wear, PiotUres, Baskets and Shopping Bags. ' ' ",
' . PRESENTS FOR MEN . ". ,V
Sbavi ng Sets, Cigarette Cascs, Suspenders, Match Safes, MiiTors, '
Amilets . .. . - ;
; FANCY GOODS Endless variety to' scìect from .' .
E. N. RANDALL & CO.
77 and 81 Railroad Street
a iWùf-'t ' " Snowshoes
0pà m - and ; -
leticai Y3l-' 0 Moccasins ' " '-
i S - " ";-
Slippers, Pumps, Boots, 4 buckle Artics,
Overgaiters, Leggina and Heavy Vyarm
Rubbers for any Membeir of the Family.
Daniel Green's High Grade
Felt Comfy Slippers : '
for women, complete line of colors', $1.75 to,$2.50
Children's Comfys and Puss-in-Boots, $1.50 to "
.' $2.00. :'
Men's Comfy Slippers, $2.00 and $3.00 ;;;;
Men's Leather Slippers, Black and Brown, V.
$3.00 and $3.50 per pair.
Infants Soft Soles
Baby'sJFirst Step Shoes
Dainty colors and tiny sizès,
25c to $1.75 per pair ,
VVHERK SHOES ARE FITTED"
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