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CALEDONIAN-RECORD, TIIURSDAY, MARCH 18, 1920
PACE F1VIÌ Drew's ' Specialty Shop An Exclusive Ladies' Ready-to-Wcar Shop i ' ' .... , , Sf'RING ATTIRE SUITS, ('OATS, DRESSES AND WAISTS MILLINERY Large collcction of Tailored and Semi-Dressy Hats. Millincry Tarlor :2nd floor. WINTER COATS Last cali. This is your chance to save several dollars on vour coat for next winter. WOOL AND VELVET DRESSES Very good assortment 1-3 off regalar price. A few Winter Hats left Choice $1.98 Ladies' Sport Hos'e The newcst with Oxfords for Spring. Four shades. L. O. DREW 4G Main Street, Xewport, Vt. Phone 14-12 Catarrh Gannot Be Cured Wltli LOCA L APPLICATIONS, us the cunnot reucli the seut of the Oiseuae. Calairh is a loe:al disellai', reatly, in -lluenced by constltutional condittuiix, unii In order to ture it ynu must tule uri internai rnmedy. Hull's Calmili Medl : cine is takun internully and mia thru I the bluod on the mucous surraces of the I, system. Hall' Catarrh Medicine wu l presi ribed by one of the beat physicians i In this country for 'years. It ia coni- posed of some of the best tonies known, I pombined with some of the best blooil purlfiers. Tlie perfect comblnation of the Inpredients in Hall's Catarrh Medi cine is what produce uch wonderful resulta In catarrhal conditiotis Svini tur testimoniala, free. f. J. CHENEY & CO.. Fropg., Toledo, O. Ali DrnsKists, 7fo. Hall' Family FJlls for constlpation. NEWPORT LOCALS on I a few days in Boston this week. Miss Dorothy Spcai, U. V. M., ''2.0, has becn clceted accompanist to the colle e Girla Glee Club. The. club will Rive a concert in Burlington Aprii 8th. Several moie concerta will be given by the Glee Club, dates for which have not yet bf cri arrangod. Tom Burroughs Will hold his regiilar Saturday Night DANCE AT Pastime Hall Xewport, Vermont, John Young, who has' had th'tigc oi the Singer Sewing Machine Coni j pany's business in Rurlington for ti o past two years, hus taketi charge of t the district comprising Orleans county 1 MI . 1.' f 'I. A ' i.ne will soon move nis jamnv iu Xewport. Miss Mae Libbey has purchased th" Hibbard Estate, on Summer . sU-jct. ( aiTOlI WamS CongTp Tho purchase prise is reported lo, gation of "FlllitS of SÙl ha ve' been $5,000. , - More t'ean IfiO ersons attended the big St. Patrick's day dance hold in School hall, Wedneselay evening, un-1 dei- the auspiees of the Newpoi't City! band. The music furnished by the band was execllent and cveryboeiv enjoyed onc of the best dances thtit have becn given in this city this srn son. The. band gave a concert pre ceceling the dance and the music was of the very highest order. Dancing unafisuagcd poitow; vision, if you can, the devastatori fields and cities; and then over it ali, in lettera of tire and bi bustone read "This is the ve sult oi sin!" Sin destrovs the family. The Am erican family is not what it should ho lifipniwp ni' thp inmiirla nf iho mnn- Mr. and Mrs. .Ernest Rickuby spent Lter si J)ivon.e Courts are over- grippc. Benjamin Smith of Rock Islam! vis- ited his niece, Mrs. J. lì. Havis Tueselay. Mrs. George F. Root was the hos tcss fot-the Reading Club on Weelnes day afternoon. . i..i....i. tu ....e u: i v:K 11 ,tvv x o c,,k-k. TT Z' ilr the monster was acoomplishcd. ni. werc in eharfi-e of Mrs. Ward and 1 rai.. i.,, ,.. .,, i:i. (Continued from pao;e one) one, nourished and trained it until it was full .tfiown. He then exhibited it as a side show with a circus. One night, after he had allowed the ser pent to coil'nbout him as usuai, the bystaiv.ler noticedjthat he looked frightened. In a moment he called for help. The serpent, over which he had lost control, was ci-ushing his lifei cut. No heln could i-caeh him. and in ! momcnts the honible jiuiposeì crowded. It is too mudi combatibi lity, tbat causes so many unhappy separations. Mariiage vows are not held to be as sacred as they ought to be. The doublé standard of nioraN ought not to be tolerated in any de cent community by any decent people. j We need a restofation of the iamily j aitar in our homes, if we hope to i foi'tii'y the family as an institution against everything that would weak en it. Whcn the family goes, the nation goes. Sin destroys mind and body. A large percentage. of the unfortunate neople in a'Sylums for the insane are there because of their own sin or the sin of others. Our govcnuiicnl r.iivle a htnrtling discovei'y wh(n m young men wrre found t r be i;r.M .or military scrviec !, ?;n ie ci ),!; -si-cai condition wliicli :. i i.i v ' iv-' sult of S'in. Sin desti-ys the soul. "1 i:( -nul that sinneth, it shall die." .) :.-us Christ come to seek aiul si;'.( the lost. You ai e eitlicr lost n . . or saved. If lost because of ji .r in-, come to Christ for parimi i' -lit-cousness, and He will i-eceivi ; u. Trlals AI' Have Vsfltie. Trlals v.illii.'in. disi-over for,-, s In. Snys Victor llu-o: '"Ih,: Instiiicls fnr ali the frisrs ni A di'cp ptrpleily nwill:eir- :i II: Insli-'ht; n hit tei- opposiiioii te' soni on lìi-e; a tri-ave perii :. ryes to borses ami i-hitriolj i i 1 severo ealastn, iilie evnkes a !: of wldell tlie Sllllei-er 1 1 : ; 1 im! 11. hinise!)' eailll, le. V. Wat! villi, aie r-." Il et tht oiu i! a ,i!n which served free, were very ddiciou 1 tonale! Ha vis has severed his con nection with the' Fisk llubber Co. at Springfield, Mass., and has acccptcd a posilion in Sioux City, Iowa. Charles Niles of Manchester, N. IL, has becn visiting bis mother, Mrs. Lida Niles. Mrs. Henry Fancho has been calice! to East Richford by the illness of a sister. Leota Luxford is riuarantined witii scarlet fever. Kev. William Dow, pastor of the Advcnt church was taken to Bright look hospital Tucsday afternoon suf ering from appenelicitis. Mi. and Mrs. A. S. Hardy of High wat or, IV Q., were reccnt guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Hardy. Mrs Ralph Mosher is ili with Premier Theatre Newport, Vt. TODAY, THURSDAY Elsie Janis IN "AReiularGirl" HAROLl) LLOYD, in "HIS ROYAL SLYXESS" TOMORROW, FRIDAY BRYANT YASI1BURN, in "SOM ETHING TO DO" AND A Good two-reel Comedy B URRO UG I-I S 0 R C H E STRA 53 Years Ago Today We purchased Alaska for $7,200,000. A good purchase gives lasting satisfac tion. Inspect our line he fore purchasing. F.E. WOODRUFF JeAveler and Optometrist The Hallmark Store Xewport, Vt. as usuai this week, but ow ing to the fact that Bur-' ----------------vvr-rrrr- rouhs has made previous ar-jUCD NFW IÌRFSS ? rangements to play for the j s ' U. C. T. A. in St. Johnsbu, . qoST FEW CENTS a new team composed whol-i w iy ui lutai t'Cii.iiL' xi ahi nish the music. It will con sist of Forrest and Milton iDrew, George Hamilton and Carroll Boynton. j Come and hear these boys play. They are certainly good. Admission $1.00 per Couple Including War Tax. Ladies 2f cent:, "Diamond Dyes, Make Fad I ed, Old, Shabby Appai ci Colorful and Xew. j Don't jvorry about perfect resulta, i Use 'DiiTmond Dyes," guaranteed to j give a new, rich, fadeless color to any 1 fabric, whether it be wool, silk, linen, ! eotton or mixed goods, dresses, blouses, stockings, skirts, children's coats, feathei's, draperies, coverings. The Direction Book with each pack age tells so plainly how to eliamond ilye over any color that you can not make a mistake. To match any material, have drug gist show you "Diamond Dye" Color Card. ' master lay crushed and lifeless unon the stage. When the trainer fir.t fouilel the serpent, with a single blow he could have killed it. But he feel it, petteel it, kept'it, until it brought him to his death. So it is with sin. Small in its beginning, it will con tinue to grow until it masters us, and then disaster ensues. It is true of nations. Solonion, as king of Israel, was well favoreel by Goel, but he became unlike his fath er, David, a man after God's own heart, and led the Hehrew nation astra y. It was not long beforc the glory of his kingdom fadeel, as faeles i the glory of the westering s,un. G vecce divovceel veligion from morals, anel theveby forfeited a glorious des tiny. Rome, at the height of her pow ri, was given over to wild excuses, and speeely elisintegrntion followed. Sin was the direct cause of the reccnt world disruption. Bring together the millions of men, women.'anel cliildren who lost their lives as a direct vesult of the war; add to them the multi tudes whose heai-ts are weighted vith ojJie price of tea and coffee . has been shooting zip -tu t that doesnt bother the thousands who now enjoy INSTANTFOSTUM a rich full-bodied and wholc some beveradewith distinctive -- TI --' -1 I coiiee-iiKLe navor bui only one after effect- Satisfaction At Grocers WUE8 T.L l:H AT PASTIME HALL Newport Business Directory S. W. F. HAMILTON Dentist CAMPBELL X-RAY SERVICE Office hours 8.S0 to 12 and 1.30 to 5 Tel. 45-P Lane's Block W. O. Brown, M. D. Ear, Eye, Nose and Throat 91 Main Street, Newport, Vt. Appointments made by mail or telephone for examination of the cycs for glasscs. Tel. ISO Newport Vt. Valuable Reproof. The reprnof of a !-'od man resem bles fuller's earth ; it not only rcmu'08 ho spets from mr cliaracter, lait U runa off when it i.s dry. Willianison. Dr. Harry F. Hamilton DENTAL SURGERY X-Ray Service CAMPBELL HOSPITAL UNIT Office hours: 8.30 to 12, and 1.30 to 5 Tel. 278-2 Gilman's Elock E. IL HOWE Successor to Howe & Slowe REAL ESTATE, NEWPORT I Tel. 175 Root's Block Leo H. Mclver, I). O. S. Optometrist and Optician Appointments made by mail o telephone to have cxaminations made of the eyes for glasses. Rcnihan block. Tel. 243-21 Newport, Vt IKM MOVING City Shoe Hospital WILL MOVE Friday, March 19 from its present location in the Macdiarmid Block to. Mrs. Felix Taylor's house on Coventry Street. We will be glad to see our customers for Shoe Shilling and Shoe'Repairing. We have a fine line of Shoe Supplies. Alfonse Damore FRIDAY ÈVE., MARCH 19 Joseph Lafond of Franklin, ' v theFrerìch wrestler, 148 pounds ringside -VS- Charles Borella of Nevpor 145 pounds ringside. For best two out of three falls under catch-as-catch-can rules. Lafond, coming here with a big reputation, will be the first man of Borella's weight to wrestle here this season. Terms G0 perceht Gross Receipts to wrestlers. Winncr 10 per cent, loser 20 per cent. PRELININARY MATCH Dan Murray vs. Gleasby Barb Both of Newport. Prelims start at $.15 sharp. Admission 50 Cents plus war tax. Ringside 75 Cents, tax paid. Ladies invited. , J. B. VIGNEAU, Promoter. JOHN BLAIIÌ, Rcferce, "syii?""'1", T-"" vw 1 1 1 1 1 hi Jrniay Jc.yenin March 19, 19 Humorous and musical sketches given by members of the Coit-Alber Lyceum and Chautauqua Bureau and held under auspiees of the Senior Class of the Newport high school. This is the last of the Chautauqua series ano! everyone should be on hand to enjoy this performance.