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CALEDONIAN-RECORD, FRIDAY, DECEMIìER 19, 1919
PAGE TWO Prime favòritos araong women for roason of STYLES, bascd on VALUES and a most advantagcous PRICE. m LiL: Dark broVn kid, .black kid. biade gun metal, g-vcy kid. Priccs, $7.50 lo $12.00 Il 'Z ST' JOHNSBURY PEOPLE '.;-':.. Should Deposit Their Money In , ? ST. JOHNSBURY- BANKS To Enable Them To Assist ST. JOHNSBURY .INDUSTRIES And so make a busier bigger town No Banks in the State are safer than your own Banks Dividerids will be Paid tó tHe Extent of the Law ' The Surplus of this Bank is more than ONE-HALF MILLION DOLLARS PASSUMPSIC SAVINGS V 1 1 Cbiuetmas 6ift ' ' Come in and look over our complete line of gift suggestions. You'll soori settle this question of "What Shall I Give." The entire stock breathes of Xmas. It is mark ed by worth and dependability and carries to you and yours a hearty wish for O fàcvvy Cbnstmas You can buy your gif ts here in absolute confidence as to the quality of the goods and the correetness of the pricel LURCH1N & "The Quality Omcial Watch tov Boston & Maine Railroads t Duur UUUU5 mi at 40 Ccnts Poinul r NEW YORK FRUIT STORE i Eastern Àvenue, ' St. Johnsbui:y, Vt. :j 1 il , Tatont colt vamp with kid top. Iirown kid vamp with moire silk top to match. Price, $10 and $12 High-giade fashionable shocs for ali the family ASSELIN BROTHERS Chat LURCHIN Jewelers" gt Johnsbury Vt. " 7 FI! L f ''1 ffT, r. x Ali brown kid, ali black .lud palent colt, ali grey kid. Price $7.50 to $13.50 BANK AN IDEAL XMAS GIFT . For the Entire Family A Signed Order For A DODGE Many men are makinr their families a most useful and ap preciatéd Xmas piesent of Dodgc Eros. Càr. A dppos't now assures delivery. You may have been one of the many not fortunate enough to procure .a Dodge this past season. Present indieations for 1920 deliveries force us to advise you ORDER NOW and be aure of your car when you want it. Our salesroom is open Mon day and Saturduy evenings as well as during the day. Wc are glad to seo you whether you buy or not. DROP IN TheC.H.Goss Co. Garage ST. JOHNSBURY, Vt. " Dealers for Dodge Bros. Cars STATE NEWS Waterman and Wilmot have bought of N. P. Wheeler the' garage and livery stable of the Junction ; house at White Biver Junction. The deal was made last week" and as Mr. j Wheeler does not take possession ofj the hotel for 60 days, Waterman and Wilmot will not take óvei' their new property until the same length of time. ' ' The post of the American Legion at White River Junction' has formed a basket ball team with George Blood of the University of Vermont as captain and William II. Bowden manager. It is the wish of the team to bave ali basket hall players in' the post to join the team. The opening game is schedulcd for Decomber 2", when the Northfield Post team will come to White River Junction for a game in Gates' Opera house. t 1 tal LYNDONVILLE The Indie of St. l'cteiV Mission licld a very fiuccessful whist pui'ty in the paiish 'house on Tuosday eve itiliU'. ... I IVI r. and Mrs. Cmrcncc , B. Badge have roturned from Hydc Park, Mass,, wheve they wont to spemi ThuiikHgiving with their son, Dr. Ralph Dodge. C. li. JtódK'o was taken ili with Ihe grip whilo. there and has n.ot been alile to return home, until this1 week. ; ''' 1 .' , ' " M i'. and Mrs.' II. V. ' Lyster have retu ritiri .from a visit to bis brothers, Morton and Benton Lyster, wbo , are in business in New York, and live in New Rochellu. Mrs. J. S. Schei ;ld ad her cou sin, Miss Emma tìoldsmith, go to IJoslon the first of the week to spend Christmas with the lntter's brother and sister. Mrs. Schofield will be ab scnt about a' week, but Miss Gold sniith will probnbly remain two weeks or more. The lecture W'ednesday evening by Stc)hen A. Haboush, a native of Palestine, was well attendecl and very interesting. ' The-: speaker was born and spent his youth in the Holy Land, and was able to Rive a most enjoyable talk concernine the land and the pcoplo, being himself a real "Shcpherd of Galileo." " He appear ed in native costume, and also gavo scveral songs in his native tongue. Consideratile, interest has been Phown in réyiving the oldLyndon ville IJriving Club and at a roeent meeting the club was reorgariized, and the following ofTicers electcd: 1 President, Dr. lì. R. Urown; vice prcsident, Joseph Ncagle; secretary and treasurer, Roger Ladd; classiti cation committee, Archie Donahue, I). 1. Grapes, John StafTord; judcs and lime keeper, Roger Ladd, C. YV. Thompson, Archie Donahue; starter, Frank' Trefrcn; mahtenanee of spcedway, W. C. Way, A. E. Dona hue; marshal, Frank Lynch;' mera bership committee, W. C. Way, I. made to hold matinees every Sat urduy during the wi.iter on the Main Street Spcedway, and there will be the first one on Chri.stmas day if the weather is favoiable. Howard Shattuck is at home from Dartmouth College for the holiday vaeation the' first of the "wandering boys" to ariive. Friday afternoon and evening the last dancing sebool and social until after Chri.stmas. Monday evening the boys of the Yail AgricultUial school give a ua.m- ni irmeli; iian. oeverai oiner (uinces are cne-iuiea tor the tjnn.st- ; mas vaeation, among them a public ' dance by the Oricntals, and a ball by the American Legion, both in Music lyill. This week Saturday evening the Thresher orchestra occupici Cable's hall, and wil Ipiobably have the usu ai attendar.ee. Arthur Simpson was in St. Johns-bui-y ThiD'sday at a conference of the Farm Bureau. George Phillips East Burke has bbgun work in the' rhilroud shop. Mrs. Sophia Watson, wbo has been spending a month with her daughter-in-law, Mrs. John Nash, has retumed to her home in Sutton. Mrs. Samuel Ilolbrook has been spending a few days in Boston. Her little rkughter, Beinice, spent the time of her absence with her gran.l parents, Mr .and Mrs. James Bucll, cn Bemis Hill. Ralph Bishop has fmished work at the creamery and gone back to his home in Sheffield. , . i Mrs. May King of Ncwark ' is visiting in town. r. and Mrs. F. H. Davis have returnod from St. Johnsbury, where they spent a few days at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Baldi, while the Doctoi w&ì atiending court., Next Sunday there will be special decorations, music, and sermons at ali the churches. At the Congrega tional chùrch there will e music by EAGLE-MIKÀDO" necularLansthi 7incbea Por Sale at your Dealer. - . Made in fir Srac2ea i i j ; CoticoLloJ to be tho Fitiéot Pencil taacU for penerai cc; ' EAGLÉ PENCJ.L'CQMANY, NEW, YORK 1 Jeweler, S mas Jewelry Sterling Silver Piateci Silver French Ivory Fpuntain Pens Peai-1 Necklaces Diiamonds an orchestra and a largo choir, and a Chiistmns cantata. The niorningj subjcct will be "The Best Christmas ; GL't." At the Universalist churcli there will be special music, Mrs. Sea- ' ver ani Mrs. Lewis will sing and the ' subect of the sermon will he "The Birth and the Ke-Birth of Jesus.", At the Mcthodist church arrange mcnts have been made for an appro priate program, also nt St. Peter's and 'St. Elizabeth's. TIms.- ' Sunday schools will ali bave ' their trces and ; exeicises ali on ;nnstmas ève, me 24 Ih, except the Congrcgational, W.hich will b; on Tuesday evening. Ernest Martin has becii in Pas-, sumpsic for the last two weeks, in-' stalling a new furnaee, putting in il ! bath room, etc, in a house there. I Mrs. Selina Cyr of this place was j recently married to Albert Fox of , St. Johnsbury. I The Methodists have a new "one' pipe" furnaee for their church, which is now being set up, and it is hoped j will prove satisfactory. J T 1. T ...1 : . ..i. 4-l- cu .ju.sirpii ijUiuini, vviiu is iiu tue oi. Johnsbury hospital, is reported to be much better. Miss Annie Lincoln, who has been staying with Miss Clara Shirley, at II. .WiTson's for the past two weeks, has returnod to her aunt's, Mr. H .W. Lystci-'s. The village water was tested quite ' rece.itly by the State Bureau of Hy- ! giene at Burlington, and pronounced absolutoly' normal. Noii'is Weston ha.s been quite ili with neuritis for the last ' three weeks. Mrs. Carroll Pike has gone to Bur lington to spend Christmas with her parents and Mr. Pike will join her there a little later. Miss Anna Laro.sc of Lancastcr, N. IL, is to spend Sunday with her fiiends, Miss Nollie Davis. For several years past it has been the cu.stom of Judge J. T. Gleason to offer to each of the children of i the Congrcgational church who will attend church every Sunday during the year and keop a record of the services and text, the prize of a hook. This presentation is made quite a fcature of the Christmas service, a:id this year there will he fifty-five boolts to be distributed as prizes on Sunday morning. These are ali valu able books, some of fiction, and some on patriotic, historical and other sub-iH-t,s, but they aie ali valuable, and will prove .souvenir of worth to the boys and girls who have so faith t'ully earned them. William Hmman, oldest son of the j'fv Rnd Mrs. Herbert Hinman. t-onies from Oberlin, Ohio wherc he is a college student to pend the Christmas vaeation with his parents. Mrs. V S. W'right has a Christmas gnesl her sister, Miss Hopkins, who is a teacher in RichfoH. Use Nazol for colds adults. n children and adv. Wl M..lll'lf. M1 m rMi'mm i iiriHnriHii F1RE INSURANCE PlìOTECTIOM AGAINST BOSS of your home, household furniture and your property in general IS ONE OF TUE NECESSAKIES OF LIFE. The value of property has greatly increased. HAVE YOU ExVOUGII INSURANCE? See us about it be fore you sufifer a serioufc loss. - INSURANCE OF ALL KINDS. 0 Impey & Cummings ' TROVIDENT LIFE MEN Tel. C1G-M St. Johnsbury, Vt. A PENCILNo.174 Watches AT.POPULAK PftlCES ' Cut Glass . . Sterling Novelties - " Chafing Dishes Photo Frames Coffee Percolators Carneo Broaclies GoldPendants CHRISTMAS GIFTS THAT WILL SUIT ALL TÀSTES, AND POCKETBOOKS You may .buy gifts as low as 2fie up to any price you wish to pay. ITandsome gift packages in JonleeI Toilct Preparations Stationery Candy Perfumcs Toilet Waters Toilet Scts Brushes Rubber Goods Kodaks Vacuimi Boti Ics Lunch Kits and many other items from which to select. ': ' - 1 , VfTIYIIIIIISIIIIfilIIIIIIIIIIWIlIIIIIIVJllll ir hiiwiiiiiiimiiiiiii un lìiiWMiinM iriimi iii rrTr HVfrwi"jfP V X 11 IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII ONE OF THE 7,000 REXALL 8TOFE-tHE'WORl.D,9 6ReTETDrUO eTOW WHCRB VOU AUVMYB OCT 0 ATI OF ACTION 0 TOUW IONtr- ' ST. JOHNSBURY BUSINESS DIRECTORY DR. DALE S. ATWOOD OSTEOPATHIC PHYSTCIAN CitLieni Eauk Bnlldins! By Appointment Trosses Fitted for V?urtR'8 E. C. SMITH 101 Eastern Àvenue lìooka, Stationery, Penodicals, Con fectionary, Cigars, Notions. GUY W. HILL Lawyer St. Johnsbury Vermont DR. W. A. GAGE CHIROPRACTOR Spinai trouble a specialty. Office hours 2 until 4 every afternoon. Monday, Wednesday and Friday eve ning, 7 until 8. Calderwood Bldg., Phone 658-M G. C. FRYE LAWYER Citizen Bank Building St Johnsbury, Vt Tel. 205-M SEARLES & GRAVES v LAWYERS Citizens Bank Block St. Johnsbury Vermont Public Stcnogiaphcr Mrs. Elmer E. Hookcr 34 Railroad Street Tel. 416-13 A. S. HASKINS ym Examlned Glasses Fnrnlahed SPECIALIST IN OPTOLIETRY St. Johnsbury, Veroion MKRCHANTS BANK BLOCK DR. J. D. BACHAND DENTIST Pvthiaa Building;, St. Tohnsbury B. FRANK HARRIS TEACHER OF PIANO Pythian Building, St. Johnsbury, Vt i ' . , . . ..'.. .' T. R. STILES, M. D., Office in Merchant Bank Block. Office Hours: 10 to 12 a. ni., 1.30 to . 4.00 p. m. Rheumatism, Asthma and diseases of lungs DR. F. O. MOORE DENTIST Calderwood Building, 42 E.astern1 Ave. St. Johnsbury, Vermont. Office Hours 912. 1.305. Thone 309 II. W. CONLY Heating and Plumbing. Hot Air Furnaee Work a Specialty. 12 Portland St., St. Johnsbury ). . Tel. 251-11 Truly a Big Mistake. "A man dnt's alla in tnnilile." snK tJncle Ehen, "ls mllity llalile to iuak de treinenjus tnistnke of heln' proud of de fact." Caledonian Want Àds Pay The Cozy Furiiiturc Store Dnaler in second-hand ' Furniture, Stoves bought, . sold and exchangei : - N, DUMAS, Maiiager : Phone C79-M 4 Eastérrt Avenu Dunnett, Sliid v'onant LAWVV Tel. 65 St. lohnslury, Vt. , ! IF YOU WANT I Monuments and Markers j Cali to G. E. Veilleux Granite Co., i here you can seo the work ali set up before you buy. The show room ! s opposite the Passenger Station, St. ! Johnsburv. Vermont 1 I JOIINF. IHNCH j Special Agent New England Mutual Life Ins. Co, of Boston 42 E. Ave., Calderwood Building Tel. 495-M PALMER BROS. Dry Cleaning, Dyeing and Repairing. 78-80 Eastern Ave., St. Johnsbury, Vt. FRANK B. JACQUES Superintendent Metropolitan lafe Insurance C, New York t Office in Citizens Bank Blocà JAMES B. CAMPBELL . ATTORNEY AT LAW 57 Eastern Avenue, St. Johnsbur Tel. 661-M. Porter, Witters & Longmoore ATTORNEYS ÀT LAW Citizens Bank ' Building St Johnsbury, Vermont A. M. GOODRICH Tailoring Co. ST. JOHNSBURY, VERMONT THE GEORGE P. MOORE INSURANCE AGENCY Insurance Any Kind 26 Eastern Avtnue COMMERCIAL SHOW CARD WRITING II. J. LUMBRA 2G Portland St., St. Johnsbuy, Vt Tel. 536-W FIRE, LIFE, ACCIDENT INSURANCE Automobile Fire Insurance IMPEY AND CUMMINGS , Provident Life Men 3 Portland Street, Brunelle Block St. Johnsbury Laundry Fully equipped to do evèrything ifì the Laundiy ' line. ' Also one day work. Office and works BAY STREET ; ' St. Johnsbury. Tel. 229-1 Richardson's Toilet Parlors Haii-diessing, Face and Neck Mas sas'0, Scalp and Hair Treatment, Childrcn's Haircutting, Manicure. Tel. 533-W . ' PYTHIAN BUILDING WINTER SPORTS : "Tubb's" Snow-shoes, Skis and, , ' Toboggans C. E. BROWN 109 Eastern Ave., St. Johnsbury, Vt. V ; JUNK DEALER J. ARON, Tel. 564-W, 5 Ely Street Taying 2 ccnts Ib. for rags; 7 cents lb. mixed bags and rubbers; 40 cents hundred paper; CO cents hundred for magazines, 75c hundred for cast iron, 50c for wvought iron. Cali by phone. Will use you right 4 Vi i .( .. f. i : .... ìli-.