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CALEDONIAN-RECORD, FRIDA V, JAN UA R Y 1 fi, 1 920
Thirigs Yon Should Know -WOMÀN'S PAGE ' Shopping Hints of Interest
jjjTKc diòtiadivelnvQricai beverage todeiy S
PACK TU O
.:. ; j , jyz k .l
MVl ili
Our stock must l;c sold as we havc no room for
the spring stock that will sooii be' bere, for that rea
son we are going to sacrifico our winter stock at
very low priecs.
Ladies' Coats
$18.00, $20.00, $22.50, at
$00.00, $135.00, at
Ladies9
$22.50, $25.00, at $16.50
$2.50 Ladies' Flannel Waists, $1.79
$6.50, $7.50, $8.50, Crepe de Chine, Georgette
Waists, at $5.9S
$3.50 full size Bed Blankets, at $2.59
$5.00 Comforters, at $3.29
$1.00 Ladies' Fleeced Underwear, at G9c
Children's Underwear, size 2, 1, G, at 39c
Children's Underwear, size 8, 10, 12, at 19c
$6.00, $7.00 Children's Serge Dresses, at $4.79
$5.00, $6.00 Children's Coats, at $3.79
Àt the. Surprise Store
61 Eastern
: : :
Proprietor,
Logs Wanted
Beech, Birch and Maple Logs wanted F. O. B.
cars. Any station between Newport and Wells
River, or on the St. Johnsbury and Lake Champlain
railroad between St. Johnsbury and Swanton. High
est cash price paid for the sanie. For further par
' tieulars inquire of
U.SJobbin k Shuttle Do.
Willoughby Blanch, Wilioiighby, Vermont
Telephone Barton 69
Particulars also furnished by Leo Udell, Agent,
Wolcott, Vt., and M. E. Turner, Agent, Barnet, Vt.
One Day More
You bave ónly One" Day More ' in wliich to join
our Chrisimas Club ior the year 1920. Do it now.
We are open Saturday evenings.
Merchants National Bank
St. Johnsbury,
-BY
isour
CONCERT
M. Johnsbury Academy Ine
ALBERT W. SMITH, Director
200 Voiccs
Coloniaì Theatre
Thursday, JaiL 22, 8 P.
a Tickcts35 Cents
.For Sale by Acadcmy Students
ni
HI
$14.98
$23.19
Dresses
Avenuc
M. A. WEINER
Vermont
irus
i
Iocal Orchestra
sSpT-:. -
t To Remove ink Stains. ' . - . '
Ini: ran ho tal-:cn fmm milito gooils'
ttilii tomatoos ii'iippli.-d ftvcly. Coli!
Milk is good wlicn 1 1 1 1 sliiins are fresh,
rhtmgin;; (In- milk ns ofn'ii as neivs-,
n:iry. l'n-sli bui ter is eviti a Ix-1 1 m
solvont. If very olisti nato and Un materia!
will stami hot water, the siain shoulrt
lic eovcred with melteil talliiw, theii
Wttshed In the usuai way.
Oxallc acid will remore any very
ohfitinnto stnlns, htit ran he used on!y
on wliito gonds, as it will doìroy the
Mlnr. TIn rrystals are dissolvei! in
boil!ng water and Ilio Ibjukl is applied
to thp staiti. A tliorntigh riusing in
clonr water nftenvurd is Imperativi'.
Ancther Method.
In dyoing and clctming slinps othor
18 used ulniost exclusively for remov
lug iiik from fabries. It H a power
r ' 1 1 cleartsing agent, luit will ilestmy
material unless tliey are well rinseil.
E'ther will reinove pcrsplration staine,
font should be niiscd with ummnnìa
nnd -water. One-fmtrth etlier, one
fourth nmmonia and one-half water is
a good inixturp. Rinse and place in
the s'im.
A botilo of colorilo is a ruost tise
t'i nitide, for it will take 8 way
finears if ruhlied on ns soon as they
nppoar. It eìin be used alike on whìte
or eolorod fabrics, cottmi or woolen,
widiotit the sll'htest inju'ry.
Ice e roani inakes a very bad stnin
lieeause it lias both grease and sucar
In its irakrt-up. To remove vtaiiis of
tt from sili;, sporiRe the Ftainod parts
with gasoline or chloroforni, piacine a
pad of absorberit cottoti or l.lottins
papor under the s-pots. When dry,
sponde with tephl water and a pood
soap, nnd then run witli a flannel plot li
Diitil dry. This work lunsL.bp dime
RED CROSS
Thiu is Homo Sen-ice Section, of
which Mi.-s Loia A. -Varney is exe
cutive secreUry, the Caledonia coun
ty chapter of the American Rei
Cross has rendered assistance durine
the past nionth to 92 families, 4"
vcvc the famllies of diyabled soldicrs
r.nd the nature of tlie n?sistancè con
eisted largely in followinR their
cluims for compen.sation, training ami
medicai tix-atment, 24 ojschargc-J
Koldicr's familics v,-cre assisted in
making- the reaJjustment to civiimn
iife. Information seiTice was render
ed to 7 appleants and 1G civilian
f;mily problemi reccived eonsidcra
tion. The office of the. Chapter is
in the Armory at St. Johnsbury, tel
ephone 5-15-W, and Miss Varney will
be glad to talk with ali discharged
soldier.s who wish any assistance or
uv.o sso.13 po'j oii- ipjqw UOIJUIU.IOJUI
render.
LYNDON
Mr. and Ivi;-::. . F. -Mc-Phoe and
family ca.ne over i'rom Peacham by
automobile last Sunday to cali o.n
their molher, Mrs. Iluby Dradlcy.
Mi', and Mrs. Scott S. McDowell
and dauprhter, Lucile, started Tue:;
day for their new home in Detroit,
Mich. . The members of Enterprise
grange held a farewell reception for
the ni at Giange Hall Monday even
ing at which a largo number v-?re
prcsciit. nefieshmcnts of sandwiches
cake and coiTee werc sen-ed.
Mrs. W. T. Morse is critically ili
at her home here. She has a trained
nurse caring for her.
Mrs. L. V. Menut is very sick with
bronchitis. Iler son's vvife, Mrs. Ru
ert Menut of Cavendish is hcre
caring for her.
On Saturday evening, January 10,
at the Mcthodi.-t parsonage Leon Al
fred Ilinton and Miss Relle Edwyna
Smith both of Lyndonville were
unitcd in marnas-e hv Rpv. E. V
rtevant.
lincici ehi
DANVILLE
At a stated Convention of Damon
Lodge, Ni. 16, Knights of Pythias,
held at the -Castle Hall on "Monday
evening, the following officers for
the present ycar were installed:
I Brian, C. C; II. H. Vance, V. C; L.
A l.I.-U,. 1 . TT IT T1, f H . r
i-v. i i.'iiui, iM il. il ir ,.u. . ; v
H Wilson, K. R. S.; N. K, Page, M.
F. ; Dr. C. E. Libbcy, M. E; H ' E
Hancock, M. A; Harvey Burbank, I.
G. ; C. A. Scott, O. G. The vank of
E;quire be excrnplificd by the
new officers at the next convention,
on Monday evening the 20th.
Danville Locai No. CfJO N; E. M.
P. A., hc-H their annual meeting
Wednesday evening, Jan. 7. The
following officers vere olected:
Prcfidnt, C. C. Farrington; secre
tary and treasurer, F. E. Alien; del
egates to county meeting, iscal Sar
gnt, Kurt Clifford, Newton Page.
Sccvctnrys rcport shewed a member
ship of 80. ;
away from the Are or artificial liglit
l'se plain stron' coffee to reiiiovf
the tuiis of ice oreain or milk fron:
black clothini,'. Dip n floth in tlie cof
fee ami rnb it over the spot. If the
coffee i applied ns soon as the Ktair
lias beeu made, so much the botter.
Umbrellas Are Fancy.
The unibrella iiianufaeturers have
foimd a weliniiio domami in the busi
ness supplici! by fancy inakes. Tlie
eolored silks and inatcbed haiidles and
tips bave proved qulte popular with
buyers, wbo not only placed nppreeiii
live onlersi for sudi gooris when tbey
bouplit but bave put in a trood duiili
cale business. The niunufaetuivr.s bave
so fashiimod tlioir i)rodtict now tbat
iliey bave iliade umbrellas a dress w
cessory, timi this bas dono more tban
anytbiiig else, lt Is sald, to encouragn
nales.
Chenille Embroidery.
Emliroidery in chenille in matchins
tone is used on black aud beige cos
luines, and the chenille matches the
material. Soiiietiiiies 011 black natili l'i
taffetà froeks the einbroideries take
their iiattorn from luce, AleneoD or
i.'hnntilly. Kuglish embroidery on
taffetà is- n new trimmim; detaìl tbi?
season. This ls especially noted on
srarden froeks.
Use for Ribbon.
Por dress trimmiug purposos, gir
dles, frinp'S, tasrsds tmd Ppiinsles art
in favor. Wide plain rtbhons are iu de
maini for mashes.
EAST BURKE .
Mr. and Mrs. V'csley Dee visited
Mr. and Mrs. John Kcach at East
Lyndon Sunday.
Mrs. Wesley Dee and Mrs. Miles
cclebrated their borthdays Tuesday
at the home of Mrs. Dee. Quite a
number of relatives and fiicnds of
both werc present. A bountiful din
nr was served. They were presented
jwith (juite a few useful gifts, after
i which each loft for their homes wish-
ing them many happy returns of the
ì day.
! Mrs. Erne.t Quimby from Kirby
I ppent xha day, Friday, at Wesley
j Doe's.
I Mrs. C. I! .Dodgc from Lyndon
ville was a recent visitor of Mrs.
I A. A. Rarber, at the club house.
The Willing Workcrs meet this
weck Wednesday aftemoon with
Mrs. Cari Frasier.
Mr. and- Mrs. John Lang have been
entertaining the mumps the past week
Mrs. John Gardner has been con-
ifincd to the house by illness the past
week.
j Jefferson Woleh was a business
visitor in West Glover Thursday and
j Friday.
I Mrs. J. Q. Angeli is stili confined to
j her bed.
J Miss Floy Gibson was home from
her school at Lyndon Corner for the
week end.
Alvah .Freeto has finishcd .school
at the Institute and returned home.
Mr. and Mrs. H. E Jenkins from
Speedwell Farms were Sunday visit-
oi-s at P. S. Harris'.
I Rev. .1. Q. Angeli attended the
'Sabbath School convention at West
Burke Saturday.
Rev. E. L. Conklin
Accepts Cali to Derby Line
Rev. E. L. Conklin, of Southhold,
N. .1., has accepted a cali to the pas
torate of the Universalist church of
Derby Line, ani will begin his duties
Feb. 1. He succceds the last Rev. A.
N. Blackford. Rev. Mr. Cohklin's
ministi-y has been chiefly in the mid'
die west. He was many years man
ager of the Universalist Tublishinc-
house in Chicago and later he was
superintendent of church in Illinois
and Michican. The nast vrar he bas
been regaining his hcalth at South
old after a severe illncss. , Mrs.
Conklin is also promincnt in the work
of the Universa'i:denomination.
V'omcn Senators of Old.
!t"nie, ns early as the year 215t
.h. 1'., Vecopiiizeil a sentite of women.
this senato, tinnitili, d'ffered from mosl
ytbers b. conriiiii.g its eotisidcrutioni,
:nd 11 s divi'tiisliiii.! to in:it.t.ria ut et!
il'tetfe. ttmi !-. :ss. Tiie f.s n.'bly hnd th
approbali'on of Kl:'-i:iialus tmd held
U.s meetisigs In tr.o t.wiriiial. CVueltjr
extravuani'e nnd j.v were the Out
t'tmliiig dmracteristics of the reign of
Gla;:ulia!us. Iletiee, i Jì neeeslty o'
li&vlpg coufi.'1-c-Lce of ih sort.
UevtiaKos ot oiauv iauoii.s ani
Pcrio'ls Pcasants of Finland
. Have Their ICaljr..
EAST RURKE
Word was reccived boro Tuesday
of the sudden illncss of Miss Edith
Farmer who is attending Montpelier
Seminary. It proved to be appendi
citis and she was hurvied to Burling
ton where a successful operation was
performed that day. Her mother is
with her for a few days.
John Rosebrooks and B. F.
Humphrey were callcd to County
Court Wednesday as witnessea on the
burning of the Venoer mill at East
Haven 11 years ago.
A. C. Wyman of Brattleboi-o made
a short visit to town Tuesday being
called to court as a witness on the
snme case.
Mrs. T. E. Wyman is confined to
the house caused by a fall one day
rccently.
R. A. Eggleston has not been as
well the past weck.
Miss Jcnnie Trcfrcn has been ob
liged to give up her school in Pink
ham on account of ili hcalth. Iler
many friends hope l'or her a fjicedy
recovery.
The Ladies' Ar.sociation mot at
the Burke Mt. Club House for their
annual meeting and clection of offi
cers Wednesday afternoon and the
following officerà werc elected for
the cnsuing ycar.
Prcsident, Mrs. R. H. Godding;
vice president, Mrs. Cai! Frasier;
secretai, Miss Roe Paiker; treasur
er, Mrs. John Rosebrook; book com
mittoe, Mrs. R. H. Godding, Mrs. E.
R. Harvey, Mrs. Mary Boldcn, Mrs.
L. A. Darling, Mrs. P. H. Harris,
Mrs. Jefferson Wclch. The mem
bership fee is 50 cents a year. Books
ean be had each week on Wednesday
from 2 to 5 and from 5 to 7.
Mrs. Fred Farmer and Mrs. John
McNally snent the day Tuesday in
Lyndon with Rev. and Mrs. Ernest
W. Sturtevant.
Rev. .1. G. Angeli was in St. Johns
bury Thursday to see his wife who
ii at Erightlook hospital for treat
ment. The Deputy John Duval was here
Wednesday night and Mrs. Duval
and Mr. ami Mrs. Aldrich who assist
ed him in installing the following of
ficers of Burke Mt. Grange:
Master, Giace Hunter; overseer,
Giace Cole; lecturer, Kate Colby:
steward, Walter Russell; chaplain,
Mary Belden; gate keeper, Ira Hunt
er; seerctary, Ray Burlington; treas
urer, Myron Gilson; Ccres, Malici
Lang; Pomona, Gladys Burrington;
Flora, Vivian Bun-ington; assistant
steward, ohn Wright; lady assistant
steward, Lillian Wright. Refresh
ments were served arjd it was voted
to have a leap year box party on
Wednesday night, Jan. 28. Men to
furnish the boxes. AH men who come
wiihout a box will pay 50 cents. Pub
lic are cordially invited.
ST. JOHNSBURY CENTER
On Friday evening, Jan. 10 at 8
o'clock the Calumet Club will give
un entertainment at the church ves
try "A Love Story óf the Woild's
War" consibting of tableaus, and
chorus and solo singing. Mrs. Don
Stiles of St. Johnsbury will sing the
solos. Games and a social timo will
follow the entertainment.
We have a complete
supply of
Cigars and
Tobacco
Buy Your Sraokes Here
Visit our new Pool Par
lors. Four brand new
Briggs Tables. The fin
est in Vermont
BARQUIN'S
Cigar Store
Bowling Alley
C5 ITERALE
The fii'.sl thoujt'lit ' when one sec-l;s a ninrrr ale
of chaiaetcr ami jiiality
The di. tiiK'tive, dclieious imvor of this true xingA
pi oduct aircd ami mcllowed narks it as uinser ale
perfoctio:-..
Prorluccd i:i a botile built for tu o- to be sorvod
at iCKtaurants an the home.
HARVARD
Jinston Brant
ST. JOHNSBURY BUSINESS DIRECTORY
Dunnett, Shields & Coriant
LAWYERS
Tel. 65 St. Johnsbury, Vt.
ML LìALE S. ATVVOOD
OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN
Citizen Back liailiiiij
by Appointraenc
Trnsaes Fitted fot Xnptsre
E. C' SMITH
101 Eastera ATer.ue ;
Books, Stationery, periodicals, Con
fectionary, Cigars, Notioni.
GUY W. HILL
Lawyer
St. Johnsbury Vermont
DR. W. A. GAGE
CHIROPRACTOR
Spina trouWe a Bpecialty. .OfUce
hours 2 nntil 4 every afternoon.
Monday, Wednesday and Friday eve
ning, 7 unti! 8.
Calkrwood:Eldg., Phono 658-M
G. C. FRYE
LAVYER
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
yet Exaniined Glasse FnrnlabeiJ
SPECIALIST IN OPTOMETRY
St Johnsbury, Vermoa
WERCHANTS BANK BLOCK
DR. J. D. BACHAND
DENTIST
Pvthian Building St. Johnsbury
B. FRANK HARRIS
TEACIIER OF PIANO
Pythian Building, St. Johnsbury, Vt
T. R. STILES, M. D.
Office in Merchants Bank Block.
Office Hour: 10 to 12 a. m., 1.30 to
4.00 p. m.
Rheumatism, Asthma and diseases
of lungs
ì DR. F. O. MOORE
J DENTIST
j Calderwood Building, 42 Eastern Ave
! St. Johnsbury, Vermont
! Office Hours 912. 1.305.
! Thone 309
I IL W. CONLY
Heating and Plumbing. Hot Air
I Furnace Work a Specialty.
'12 Portla.nd St., St. Johnsbury
I Tel. 201-11
THE COWLES PRESS
j VKIN TbKS OK EVEKY l HINU
Thimr for Ilolicbys and Birthdaya.
MAPLE GROVE CANDIE3
R3-87 Enstern Av., St. Johnsbury
CO., LOWELL, MASS.
h, Commcrt'iul Wharf
J Cozy Furniture Store
Dealer in second-hand Furniture.
Stovea bought, sold and exchanged
N. DUMAS. Manno-f
Phone G79-M 84 Eastern Avena
The Strongest Insurance in
the World
IS WRITTEN BY
The Crawford Rannej;
Affencj
G. H. Morrill M. L. Underwnod
PythJan BuL'ding
IF YOU WANT
Monuments and Marker
Cai! to G. E. VeiBeux Granite Co,
hre you can see the work e U set
up before you buy. The show room
ÌS OCrjOsite f VlA Pasuinirai. a
! Johnsbury, Vermont
JOHN F. HINCH
Special Agent
New England Mutual Life Ins. CÒ,
of'Eoston
42 E. Ave., Calderwood Building
Tel. 495-M
PALMER TH?ns
I -rym
Dry Cleaning, Dyeingr and Repairinir.
i-uv aatern Ave., ac. jonnsbury, vt;
FRANK B. JACQUES
superintendent
Metropolitan tife Insurance C.
New Ynt-lr
Office in Citizen Bank Bloci
JAMES B. CAIMPBELL
nilWKWJir Ai LAW
57 Eastern Avenue, St. Johnsbui
Tel. 661-M.
Porter,Witters &Longmoore
ATTORNEYS AT I-AW
Citizens Bank Building
St. Johnsbury, Veneont
a. m. goodrich"3
TailoringCo.
ALL WOOL SUITS $30.00
TUE GEORGE P. MOORE
INSURANCE'AGENCY
Insurance Any Kind
26 Eastern Avenue
COMMERCIAL
SHOW CARD WRITINQ
H. J. LUMBRA
2G Portland St., St. Johnsbury, Vt
Tel. 53C-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 everything in
the Laundry line Also one day
work. Office ami Works .
BAY STREET
St. Johnsbury. Tel. 229-1
Richardson's Toilet Parlors
Hairdressing, Face and Neck Mas
sago, Scalp nnd Ilair Treatment,
ChilJrcn's Ilaircutting, Manicure.
Tel. nn.i-w
PYTIIIAN BUILDING
JUNK DEALER"
J. ARON, Tel. 564-W, 5 Ely Street
Paying 2 cents lb. for rags; 7 cents
lb. mixed bags and rubbers; 40 cents
hundred paper; CO cents hundréd for
magazines, 7."jc hundred for cast iron,
fiOc for wrought iron. Cali by phone.
Will uso voti richt.
AUTOMOBILE NIGHT ANI) DAY
SERVICE'
Night orders etili St. John.sbury
IIou.se. Day sci-vice Caledonia Gar
age, Tel. 155 or l.'..r-W.
CAK LI). HOPKINS

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