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CALEDONIAN-RECOUl), THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1920 NEWPORT LOCÀLS . Mrs. W. W. fTrua cntcrtcinc 1 the Social Six with & dinner on Fiklay in lionor of the lirthdiry arniversary of ' C. M. Flint hiul the mi .fortur.o to fall on the icy stairs leading up to his house and rìanowly rsciipsd licus injury. He fiacturci . cne ìib ani 1 eceivecl a bad shaking up. Mr1. C. B. Albee is spcnding a weeh with hcv parents in St. Johnsbuiy. Mrs. J. H. Akin slippcd and l'eli on tho sidewalk in front cf the po-t-cfficp jiU'ps, Tuesday aftemoon ond sustained a fiacturc of hcr left wiist. f. C. 1. Longc fortunatc'.y hap poned to lc pas-sing- by and assi;;ted Mrs. Akin to his office. Dr. I-onjn; look an X-ray pictu'.'c ani pvonour.c fd it a )xid fracture. C. B. Albee was in North Troy over the wc?k end. Mrs. R. H. Hetherall of Rock Is land was the guest of Mrs. J. E. Da vis on Tuesday. MiJs Elsic Bowen spent Sunday and Monday in Barton with relatives. Mrs. J. E- McCarten was summon el hastily to Lancastcr Monday nijjht. Hcr m other, Mrs. Chester Jor dan i ; failing rapidly. A mes.-age roccivcd Tuesday from Monroe Lcrimer states thnt nis moth cr is very comfortable and eonditions are stili fiivorable. Lunis Lorimer has veturned tohis ptudies at Boston University. """Mirand Mrs. Eaii Biown and son, C'arence, have returned from a trip to Littletori, N. H. Henry Schoolcraft returned Tues day from a bricf business trip to Bo.-ton. . : DREW'S Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Shop Special Coat Sale .These Coats sold from $45.00 to $75.00 Ali Coats that were in sale for $48.95, now $45.00 Ali Coats that were in sale for S38.95, now $35.00 Ali Coats that were in sale for $28.95, now. $25.00 "Some Coats that were $25.00 to $32.75, sale $16.95 PLUSH COATS ,3 short and 8 long Plush Coats will go on sale at cost ' ' MILLINERY Ali Hats to .dose out, 9Sc and $1.38 SPORT HOSE AH Wool Sport Hose, four shades, ' To wear with Oxfords $3.50 SUITS 15 Suits left that are on sale at very low prices. . ' DRESSES """ In Wool, Velvet, and Jersey. Nice assortment colors, Navy, Taupe, Brown and Old Blue. Sale one third off. L. O. DREW 46 Main Street, , Newport, Vermont .. ....... Phone 14-12 Cnailos N. Urady was in at. John bury on Monday. Mrs. Florence Wood went to Bur lington Monday to care for her! daughtei-, Mrs. Maurice Wilcox whd is ili. L. A. Wyman, formerly of Newport now of North Woodstock, N. H., ij recovering from influenza, vhile the other members of the family are li sufiering from the sanie disrasc. C. D. Albee was at his home in North Troy over the week end. Mrs. R. M. Sawycr, who has been in New York for scveral weeks, in the intercsts of her millincry businr.rj rtumed Mcn3ay night, spcnding Saturday and Sunday with her son, Harley Sawyer in White River Junc tion. Mrs. T. C. Camp and Mrs. C D. Haczltinc were guests of Mrs. Willi am Huse at Beebe on Monday. Miss Charlotte Pickel and Miss Priscilla Uttin attended the Washing ton ball at Derby Center on Monday niirht. ' i Miss Eessio Collins has returned ito her work at F. D. Flint's stcrc after an illness of two weeks. E. E. Scott with a force of nien ' is at work at F. D. Flint's. store, whit- ening the ccilings, and generali- ifreshning up. The walls are beinjy changed from dark green , to a tan colo-, niaking quite a difference in , the iighting of the store. ! Keni-y Labbe has pone to work at 1 Robinson's store in Barton. Mrs. George Lawrence has ri ti-rn ed from NorthTroy where she wa.s ! called by the illness of her motlier. j Miles Corbeil has recently wired ! his house on Pleasant Street and j installed a modem electric ligKt sys tem. Mrs. E. H. Reece is enjoying two weeks' vacation from the Iiavis Mer cantile Co. 5 Mr. and Mrs. Louis Before are the parents of an eight pound baby daughter, Manetta Rosalie, borr. Feb. 16. . Carroll Huntington is in Boston for a few days. Mrs. Warner Keith of Burlington is visiting her parents and Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Keith. J. Riley DavU has rented the store l on Central fet., next Uoor to tconomy i Marker, and directly opposite the Ex press and Standard office, which has been occupied by Charles Gavrett a j a shop. Mr. Davis will be ready for busineài March lst and will be equip ped to do ali kinds of sheet metal work in time for the sugar season, as well as plumbing and heating. Among those reported ili to-Jay are Robert Saunders with mumps; Mrs. John Merrill with laryngitis; Joseph Berard, Miss Hazel Johnson, pianist at the Premier Theatre; Mrs. Frei Henrichon, Miss Dorothy Man.ifield Archie Grow and son, Billy; Fred Gervais, Milo Mudgett, Arthnr Btick land with grippe. Both Emciy Wil kie and Mr. Curtis are much better; Miss Nettic Chilson was taken worsc on Fiiday and her sister, Miss Chil- mmmg PÈC0M-. For SATURDAY and UONDAY Saturday and Monday We Will Sell Ladies', Ali Wool Serge Dresses, Spring Models. Regular piice $18.00 and $20.00 $12.98 Saturday and Monday We Will Sell Ladies' and Misses' Coats. Regular price $39.00, Ladies' and Misses' Coats. Regular price $25.00, $19.50 $12.50 SHOE DEPARTMENT Saturday and Monday We Will Sell Ladies' High Cut Shoes, medium heel. Regular price $7.50, $5.50 Children's Walton Shoes, ali sizes, eloth top and button only. Regular price $3.75, $2.50 soil of Sprillilo 1 L; litlpir.g to care for her. ' ' . Judge F. E. Thompson, W. W. Wrght pf Bartòn and i. Rolf Searles of St. Johnsbury were in this city on Wednesday. ' , .'. Mr. and Mvò. G. P. Goodrow are in Xorlh Woodstock to attend the funeral of Mr. Goodrow's fathe". . Judge E. J. Smith Lì about the lat est victim to bc laid low with grippe. W. B. Eullock is ablc to bc out after a wcck's illness. Mrs. J. M. Cunnir.gham entertainc J St. Mark's Auxiliary on Wednesday evening. Ashley Macomberand Mr. and Mrs. Milo Porter of North Troy were in town Wednesday. Mrs. J. E. Renihan, who has been very. ili with pneumonia, shows con siderabk improvement at this writing. A. J. Cotnani, one of the owners of the Aubin block, has moved into iooìhs vacated by A. C. Lacasse. Mrs. Ralph Hamblctt gave a dinner Tuesduv evening in honor of the birthday of her mother, Mrs.1 C. A. Tarieton. Those prescnt were Mr?. II. F. Johnson, Mrs. Ernest Scott, Miss Inez Miller and Mrs. E. A. Ham ilton. The sanie evening Pearl Mil ler gave a stag dinner to the men who were left behind. The list also in cluded Fred Woodruff. Memphremagog Lodge wau pleased to see two of Newport's prominent diuggists back down last nght, Joel C. Bly and Urban Livingstone taking master mason degrce. Levi Powcrs appeared .before mur.i cipal court Monday and was sentcnc ed to pay a foie and costs of ?2G for cruelty to animals in whipping and nbusing his horscs. H. G. Weeks takes his train to Boston today after a week' vacation. Mrs. Frank Paddleord and young ch'd.l who have bet'n spVnding a few weeks in Boston have arrived in town. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Cobleigh word guests of Mr. and .Mrs. Charles Copp at Derby Line on Tuesday. .Mrs. John Dougherty was the hos tess for the Christmas Club on Tues day afternoon in' honor of the birth day anniversaries of two of the mem bers, Mrs. Benjamin Wright and Miss Bertha Gibb, two ddicious birtiiday cakes were provided. Tee cream, cake and cofl'ee were scrved at the cloe pf a very pleasant afternoori. E. A. Richardson has been confined to the house by illness duiing the past week. A message has been received re porting the death of Mrs. Chester A. Jordan at nine o'clock .Tuesday eve ning. J. E. McCarten left for Lancas ter Tuesday noon, Mrs. McCarten having gone , Monday morning. W. B. Bullock has been confined to the house several days on account of illness. Marion Spcar critertaincd 12 of her little friends and plaj-mates at hcr home on Tuesday, in honor of her ninth birthday. Needless to sny ali cnjoyed a very merry afteraoon with game and a brthday cake with ali its accessories. Miss Marion was the re cipient of a number of pretty gifts. Hugh Davis is ili. with an attack of grippe. ' Wesley Cookc is employed at the Bullock Printery. NEWPÒRT Locai News Miss Emma Chilson of Springfield i.s here helping to care for her sister, Miss Nettie Chilson, who Ì3 much worse. Mrs. Merton C. Grandy, who hv.z been vsiting hcr sister and brother, Miss Inez and Pearl Miller, has gone to Lyndonville to visit her diughter, Mrs. Carroll Pike.. Albert Moore is home from Bur d'tto's Business college for a weeks' vacation after illness. Miss Bertha Ponifrey is ili with mumps. Madge Kennedy cats with her knife. What is more, she does it with apparent ignoranec of the exist enee of forks or even spoons.. She is too clever not to do this with a pur pose and the rcason, of course, is found in her nev Goldwyn Pìcturc, "Leave it to Susan," which comes to the Premier Theatre tonrght. Accord ing to Miss Kennedy you or wnyone else would use a knife, or even your f.ngers, in liru of the accustomed fori; if you found your.'jelf in the predi cameli facing Susan Burbridge in the Rpx. Taylor comedy. ' .. Deputy Colleetor or Revenue Agent F. E. Flandrrs bc at the follow ing named places on the dates given for 'the purpose of -""itino- corpora tions, partnerships, individuali) and fiduciarie in the filing of their rc turns under the incoine tax law: Newport, Feb. 24 to 2 inclusive. Island Pond, March 3 to 4 inclu sive. Troy, March n. -Orleans, March C to'! inclusive. Lyndonville, March 10 to 13, in clusive. Barton, March 15 inclusive. . Water Makes Milk I As milk is made p of seven-eighths water.cow require able to get ali they want ond whenever they vrant it. Xr- rì'A 1 fa tì5irM kMm I Automatic Water Bowls I vili increae the production of your Kerd. Oem, frejh, cool noi culd - water rirM wiihin reach o el 60W ali the timo. When .ho 1 .urta to drink the water is oulomnucolly turred on ond whrn ho 1 lift her head, it hut ori. Urrà no Benlion nd iavea alt lakpr of watoring by hand. klttiKfiate he.ter tank ai water l i ke at moderai tmpeiatuie tn the pta in the barn. 1:1 us Jemomlrate Ihe pmlte:ilu nd min o LcmdiH Automati; Wu'xt OuA in Iijo ìpec. jca. Ut . ' ?tC- i 53 MEN'S DEPARTMENT Satui day and Monday We Will Sell Young Men's Overcoats, skirt model. .Regular price $35. $1&50 Men's Conservative style Coats, in Grey only. Regular price $40.00, , " V . $27.50 Boys' Mackinaws, ali sizes. Regular price $9.00, $5.50 SPECIAL Saturday and Monday We Will Sei) Men's Work Shirts in Blue only, $3.00 vaine, at $2.19 American Ciothing Go, The Lowcst Piiced Clolhicis in Vermont . Newport City Band Lacks Proper Support The:c is a soie spot in the hearts of the members of the Newport City Band and wc believe Ihey have just cause for such a feeling. They have not been supported by the people of Newport in their scries of dances held at School Hall. The Band has already hcld four of these dances nnd therc has been a slim attcndanco at each affair althoiiRh Ihe music has been of the very higheat order. The purpose of givinfj thAo danc es was to raise money to purchasc uniforms for the members of the out fit so that they could prescnt a fine appearance when the band concerts bcgjn in the carly summer. Other dance are well patron izcd but the band riance3 have gon.T by lmost un noticed although .special efforts have been made to givc the pcoplc a real good timo at these affairs. Tho sanie people who have refused . to attend these dance and thereby ; lond their support to the band will i no doubt always be on hand to listen ; to the concerts when they start. Is is (uite fair to the b'oys? Why not , lcnd your asyistanco and aid them to secure the uniforms they so badly need. The poor support up to tnc prescnt has caused considerablc ili feelinj; among the members and it would not bo suipiising if therc was no band when the warm wcatlie r rolls aroumt. The boys are rcally SOKE. Premier Theatre Newpori, Vt. TODAY, THURSDAY t ... -tt MADGE KENNEDY IN Leave It To Susan" AND Comedy ROOF GARDEN BOUGH HOUSE" WATCHES 8G years ago Cyrus McCorihick patent ed his reaper. Farm machine ry should have Con stant care. How about your watch?- F. E. Woodruff Jeweler and . Optomctrist The HalJmark Store NEWPOllT, VERMONT Wonderland Alice REMEMBEB how wiekcd she con.sidcred the walrus and the carpen ter who tempted fat, young oysters out for a walk and then ute every one? Ah, well the walrus and the carpenter werc cvidently epicurea und couldn't resist the feast at hand. In that respcct they wei-c not uidikc the patron of the LAKESIDE who f-imilaily tempt 100,000 fat, young oystcr. a ycar and then cat e very one. Itieh creaniy oyaUr tcw, or' golden brown fried oysters. -EAT AT THE LAKESIDE RESTAURANT NEWTOKT, VERMONT EARL W. DAVIS, - &siiiHiixummHiiuwiui;miiri'Miiuir'M j Ask Àny Dairyraan Anywkre Who has tried Louden Watering. .Bowls, what he .thinks of them. We have never met the man yet who docs not isay that they will pay for themselves in less thaa one season. - Aside from labor saved fatter.'.stock feed saved. One of Vermont's most successful ' dairymen wrotc us voluntarily a Ictter too long to print here but wc can not refrain from the following extract from, the. :-ame.: "Our herd are purebred Holstein Fresians, ànd I doubt if there's a finer herd in the State. We now have 55 head valtred at about $20,000, and naturally try to givo them the best of care and attention. In 1918 we ìr.strlled water buckets, and as our records will show the cest of erain per animai during winter of 1918-19, also up to the present time this winter is very little over 50 per cent of what it figured for 1917-18, and our cattle have l eni m much better condition at ali times than under the oia and (should be abandoned by ali) unsatisfactory methpd of getting them to water. I will say further that under the old system it required 5 hours time of two mén each day to get the herd to water twice, and try to get each animai to take some water, a task impossible' to accompUsh at ii Tt. is mv fimi ttéiief that no man can afford to keep cattle in a stable without plenty of good water within easy reach" etc, etc. Very tiuly yours, - V H. E. GRAY, Vaterbury, .Vt.. So strong a hearing has Mr. GrayV)lendi'tì . testi monial on Water Bowls as a necessity and knowinfe Mr. Gray as we know him and as he is knowri throughout Orlenas Countv, we have his splendid . testimonial, re produced in full and will gladly mail a, copy together if you wish with a Louden Catalog on your request. ; We honestlv believe 'that Louden Water Bowls put in' now, will pay every cent of their cost (probably not over $3.50 per cow ali installed) between now and grass time. Cali 277-2, Mr. Wyìnin TRUE & BL ANCHARD CO. NEWPORT The Golden Age A journal of Fact, Hope and Conviction. It interprete current events in the light of Bib lical Prophecy. , It is the only magazine of its kind published. . . Apost cardbrings a samplecopy. Published at 1265 Broadway, New York City. Subscnption Price 10c per Copy or $l ;50 'per Year l'roprietor Subscription Agfent, R. L. MÒSHER Ì2 CenUal"strcct,' Newpori, Vermont .,..iEviHr panPFil. TIO YfcT BSOl.UTtLy HARMUSS Alt SHADtS. Arrtcti ask rovii rAvoant DtAix fon "PARLINO" HfXO-TK.HT ROUCE. 35 A on e ..iti inOI.PH KLAK m .nillTTH AVT.WIt WW YORK TT Newport Business Directory S. W. F. HAMILTON Dentisi CAMPBELL X-RAY SERVICE Office hours 8.30 to 12 and 1.S0 to 5 Tel. Lane's Block FRED E. BEAULIEU ' ELECTRICIAN Dealer in Ali Kinds oi Klectricul , . Gooda 1 13 Coventry Street Tel. Con. i Newport, Vermont W. O. Brown, M. D. Ear, Eye, Nose and Throat 01 Main Street, Newport, Vt, Anuointnients made by mail or telephono for exaraination of the eyes for eIusìcs. Tel. 180 Newport Vt. Dr. Harry F. Hamilton DENTAL SURGERY X-Ray Service CAMPBELL HOSPITAL UN IT Office hours: 8.20 to 12, and 1.30 to 5 Tel. 278-2 Gilman'a T.lock E. IL HOWE Successor tp Howe & Stowe REAL ESTATE, NEWPORT TeL 175 Root'a Block Leo IL Mclver, D. O. S. Optometrist and Optlclaa Appointments iliade . by ail o tclephone to have cxaminations made int ihn eves for trlaEses. Renihan ! block. ' Tel. 243-21 Newport, tt.