DECEMBER 24, 1919
To AH Our Friends,
Customers and Everyone
Most MI Holiday Greetings
Leach & Waterman
Miss Irene St. Jock is home from
a three days' visit with Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Carr at Danville.
Samul Mitchell leavcs Wednesday
to gpend Thursday ut his home in
Mrs. W. J. ITunter went to' Carnet
Wednesday to visit her mother, Mrs.
Nazol is an ideal nasal ointment.
Miss Clara Wiggctt of Shcrbrooke
is Visiting her sistcr, Mrs. T. V. R.
- Mrs. C. B. Chase visited Mr. and
Mrs. C.- F. CRase at Mclndos Falls
The rcgular meeting of Gracc
Unity club will be held on Friday
, evening at, 7.30 o'elóck in the parlors
: of Grace Methodist chua'eh.
I Mrs. Edmund Dergnault and tvvo ;
j children and Mrs. Arthur Valley and ,
! two children' went to Fitchburg and 1
lirecnficld, Mass., Wednesday to vis
it relativcs a few days.
The Boston University basket ball
team will play Company 1) at the
Armory on Saturday evening, Dee.
27. This promiscs to be a lively con
test and should draw a good crowd.
Nazol is an ideal nasal ointment.
Friday, Dee. 26
$1.10 Per Couple
Extra Lady 30 Cents
Including War Tax
just A Few Reminders
For The Last Few Days
Manning-Eowman Nickle Ware just received. New: pieces.
Curate Stand, Casserolc with Tyrex Filler, Eoli Trays, Coffee Perculators. in
Nickle or Aluminum, Nickle Trays, Crumb Sets. . '
Framcd Picturcs, ali sizes and i-j-ices, suitable for any room in the house. Prices
$H)0 to $10.00.
Children' Tea Sets in Nippon China, they are vi'.ry attractive, $ 1.50 set.
Old-fashioncd Minor with picture at top. Price $3.00 to $15.00.
After-dinner Coffee Sets, includes Ti a,,', Coffee Poi, Zv.sv.r and C'ieair.cr, $7.50 to 10
Sandwich Trays in Nippon China, $3. to $5.00.
Covered Cheese Plates $3.00...
THE BERRY-BALL DRY GOODS CO.
Richard F. Ladd, now a student in
Harvard College, is home for the holi
day vacation and with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Ladd.
Mrs. Jean Stanley Goodrich and
Miss Dorothy II. Brown are in Bos
ton this week and expoct to return..
homo Chnstmas ove.
Wishing You AH
A MERRY CHRI!
Prosperous Nev Year
E. N. RANDALL & CO.
Among our assets we like to count the
only one that money cannot buy your good
And at this Holiday Season we extend
to yeti the Best of Wishes for the coming
WHERf:- SHOES ARE l-ITTED"
Ceccrpbcr 24, 1919
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The F. W. Woolworth Co., distri
buted $60 in pold among ita St.
Joh.nsbuiy employes for Christmas
prc.ìents as follows: Miss Ouida
Johnson, J-"; Estella Juneau, $10;
I'auline Davis, $10; Georgia-ina
Toussaint, $.1; Eflie Rundlc, $5; Wil
brod Carrier, $5.
If you found your wife under a
bcar-rug in another mun's apartniftnt
and sre poked her head out and said
"V.'uff! Wuir!' v.hat would you
thlnk? That's one of the situatior.s
v. liich caused such unusual complica
tions in Avcry Ilopwood's funniest
farce, "Fair and Warmcr', with May
Allison the stai-. A comedy with a j
cocktail, complications and a kick. !
A hilariouj farce of niatrimony and
ni'iunderstandinxs. It's playinjr at
Ine Globe Thcatre today and tomor-
?.Iaj. Robert Wanvick is presented
at the Plea.se U in that wonderful
story "Told in tlie Hills'. It is the
greatcst western out door picture
cv;r acrecned. It was filmed in the
Rocky Mountains and the canyons of
l'Jaho, and a whole tribe of full
l)looded Indians take part. AH these
I s'.upendous scenes of nature are in
'ff va -'f Air, ar r-' 1 ls revcaieci. 11 is one ot inose preai
tmi that you enjoy most. It is the hiph-
P";-3 pit 1 vnp nf piitritninnipTit. jind tlie
r.iaRnificent scale upon which it is
produced life it far above the run of
Dainty and demure the screen's most captivat
ing comedienne in Avery Ilopwood's
leatuics. JUaj. arwick is supportea
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Hawley and flilcen Percy, some trio
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A Hyslcrically Funny and Wondcrfully Human
Play with Complications Compromises, a mar
velous Cocktail & a Kick!
The Selwyn play that put the cocktail in the Hall
of Fame and audiences into hysterics
A Metro Play
"The Play that made the Weather Famous"
From flicker to flicker a scream and a snicker
A laugh or a giggle or grin
From cocktail to curtaìn a riot, that's certain,
Go early be sure to get in !
A Rolin Comedy "Giving the Bride Away"
5 Acts High-Class "VOD-A-VIL" in Pictures
v.holesomc, lieart warming things
WHEN you are looking for
to eat try our
Puf Paste Turnovers
50 Ccnts a Dozen
Crisp, Brown, Delicious Pastries, fìlled with Rasp-
F. A. SCOTT CO.
Bakers Tel. 690 Grocers
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We wish every customer ànd friend of
The First National Bank a very enjoyable
and Merry Chnstmas.
The First NationalBanr
35MA1N STREET ST. JOHNSBURY, VT.
M EM BER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEh
Extends Christmas Greetings to ali, and presents a Special Holiday Program
JESSE L. LASKY, Presents
ivii rL,JjiDUiN ,n mLK ANoWAKMLK. Matinee 11 17c .
' Vose Piano used: Sold by L. K. Harvey, Passumpsic, Vermont
THUltSDAY'S SHORT SUBJECTS
Globe's Topical Review and News
"THE FORBIDDEN RIVER"
Evening 11 22c
A Paramount-Arlcraft Picture
Story by Marah Ellis Ryan; Scenario by Will M. Ritchcy; Dircctcd by George
The world famous novel of pionecr days enacted by an ali-star cast in scenes of
vivid realismi-, An all-American picture that every red-blooded American will
SPECIAL ADDED ATTRACTION
"Back to the Kitchcn" A Paramount-Mack Sennett Comedy
, Plcasc Come Early!
CHRISTMAS DAY ONLY
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