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VOL. LXXVII.
MIDDLEBURY, VERMONT, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1912.
NO. 41.
THE LEGISLATURE.
INSPECTION DAY.
Your Money Will Stay With
You Much Longer If You
Do Your Shopping
Here
We've Men's Suits at $5.00 up
We've Men's Overcoats at 5.00 tip
We' ve Boys' Suits at 2.00 up
We've Boys' Overcoats at 2.00 up
IVES & SHAMBO,
COBB
Middlebury,
WALKOVER SHOES
THE BEST YET
For those who delight in Shoes that show their individuality,
there is a treat in store for you at our store. The new models
that we are showing for Fall & Winter wear are without doubt
the Best that has been brought together in Middlebury.
ITS THE SHOE FOR YOU
- FOR
MEN
AT THE STORE OF REAL VALUES
H. T. KIDDER 00.
Phone 26-3
FALL FOOTWEAR
Our
ninnc cr
I c
IVI WOUUMLT
line is waterproof
SWEATERS AND HEAVY COATS
After October ist we shall close Tuesday and
Friday evenings at 6 o'clock.
FRANK C. DYER,
"The lllK Store1'
Salisbury, Vermont.
HLOCK
Vermont
WOMEN
n 1 rr
Addison County Members on I m
portant Commlttees.
The standing committees were an
nounced in both branches of the Legis
lature at the opening ot the afternoon
session Tuesday. This was the only
feature of the day's proceedings in the
Legislature. President Taft occupied
public attcntion outside.
Judge Weeks of Middlebury received
the chairmanship of the committee on
ways and means, a position held by
Gov. Fletcher when he ya3 a member
of the lower house.
Judge Weeks is also on committee on
minor courts, on banks, and is chairman
of joint House committee on rules.
Donnelly of Vergennes is on street rai
ways,
annronnations. and member of
joint House committee on Industrial
school. Other Addison county mem
bers and their committees are: Bow
dish, Weybridge, clections; Foote,
Cornwall, conservation, military af
fairs; Spaulding, Addison, education;
Clark, Lincoln, claims; Thomas, Salis
bury, highways and bridges and corpo
ratinns; Jennings, Orwell, agriculture;
St. Peters, Ferrisburg, and Spaulding,
Addison, gencral; Hunt, Waltham,
public buildings; Varney, Bristol, tem
perance; Halpin, New Haven, insane;
Galvin, Ripton, internal affairs.
In the Senate, McCuen of Vergennes
heads committee on education and is a
member of rules, highway and bridges,
banks; on joint Senate committees,
Industrial school, House of Correction
and game and fisheries. Senator Dyer
is on apnropriations, finance, justice
! and municipal courts, grand list, and
member of joint committee on public
health,
Death of Mlas Mary Eckley.
Miss Mary Eckley, who has made her
home with Mr. and Mrs. George H.
ChafTee on Washington street for the
past SeVeh years, died Saturday after
noon at the age of 72 years. The cause
of death was the effects of a shock of
paralysis three weeks ago, from wliich
she never recovered.
She is survived
by a brother, William Eckley of New
York city. The funeral services were
held at the Chaffee home at 10:30 o'clock
Tuesday forenoon and were attended by
many friends. Rev. A. A. Lancaster,
pastor of the Congregational church,
conducted the services and the remains
were UKen iu ruisioru, MISS ccKlev's
lot.
Narrow Escapo From Accident.
E. H. Thomas while cominc down the
hill on Merchants Row was run mto by j
an-'automobile. Mr. Thomas had a '
plank in his carriage which extended
out behind and the machine ran against
the same with such force as to pene
trate the radiator of the auto. Mr.
Thomas sustained a slight daniage to
the dash board of his wagon. There
was no further damage. The cause of
the accident was the failure of the
brakes of the machine to work. Mr.
Thomas was somewhat frightened as he
was unaware of the approaching ma
chine until he was run into.
Drawlng of Century Club Seats.
The drawing of seats for the Centu ry
club entertainment course took place
in the lower town hall on Thursday
afternoon at 2 o'clock. There are still
a few desireable seats left which may
be procured at Slafter's drug store.
The first entertainment will be given on
next Wednesday evening by tho White
Musical Review. The club wishes to
announce that tho entertainments will
begin promptly at 8 o'clock and the '
doors will be closed at that time. All
those not in their seats at that time will
be requested to wait for the second j
number on the programme.
NEW FALL GOODS
HART SCUAFFNER & MARX RUBBERIZED RAIN COATS
Suits and Overcoats Men' n and chiId
2 OO Up
N
MACKINAW UMBHELLAS and DLANKETS
Coats nnd .Tackets for Miesea and Trunks and Baga, Hats, Caps
Young Men aU( Hnndwear
SWEATERS WHILE IT LASTS
for overybody with or without Men's 50 cent ful1 weight Fleeco
c0llnr8 lined Ur.derwear at 35c per
garment. Two Suits 25
Plans Complete for Flroman's
Annual Porado-Athlotlo
Contoits-
The Middlebury fire department, com
posed of the Battell hose company, the
Volunteer hose company and the Ilsley
hook and laddcr companyi held a joint
meeting in the Battell hose rooms
Tuesday evening and comploted plans
for tfie annual inspection day parade
and exercises which will be held on
Saturday afternoon. The members of
the different companies and societies
will report at their respective head
quarters promptly at one o'clock and
the parade will move at 1:30 sharp.
The formation of the parade will bo as
1 follows: Middlebury band, A. D. Vit-
tum, leauer; village trustees, WilUam
I Russell Post, G. A. R., Middlebury
fire department, fraternal orders and
automobiles. The procession will form
near the Park drug store on Main
street, and march to the Volunteer
Hose house and then to the Federation
buildmg, where some of the fraternal
orders will join in. The line of march
will be to the new High school building
where thcy will counter march to Main
street, Merchants' row, South Pleasant
street, Cross street, Court street, turn
ing atthe Addison house toMain street.
There the uthletic contest will be held.
The following is the list of sports: Hose
race, 100-yard dash, potato race, ob
stacle race, ladder climbing, hurdle
race, relay race, ex-chief 's race, three
legged race, tug-of-war between the
business men and the firemen. The
contesta, with the excqption of the
tug-of-war, will bo open to firemen
only. The Middlebury band will furnish
muslc durlng tho athletio events, The
following aro tho judges: Allan Cal
"'in. John II, gargent. Charles Wil
liamson, Frank Ruwe, Frank R. Stone,
R. F. Pinney, C. F. Rich and William
A. Tyrel.
Celbbrato Columbus Day.
Father Daley council, Knights of
Columbus, will observe Columbus day
i n a "tting manner on Saturday even
ing. At St. Mary's Catholic church
there will be benediction at 7:30 in the
evening, after which the members of
the council andparish will march to the
town hdll where a lecture will be given
by Charles A. Zenkert, editor of "The
Live Issue." Mr. Zenkert will tako
i fnr hU Kiihippt
"Socialism A Moral
and Civic Menace." Mr. Zenkert is a
very interesting speaker and his sub
ject one of the most important of the
day. The lecture will be free to all and
it is hoped the townspeople will find it
convenient to attend.
Church IMot'es.
CONGKEGATIONAI. CHUHCH.
Rev. A. A. Lancaster, Pastor.
Morning worship 10:4 5. Scrinoti by
the pat-tor. SnlijVct, "Tht Moaning and
Mest-ago of Christianity." The Hible
K-hool meets nt 12 o'clnr-k. Clawe.H for
all. One htindrfd and twcnty-teven
were preseut hibt Sunday. We aro look
ing for a larger attt-mfance October 13.
Young Penplen' society nifeta in the ve
try at 0:45 p. ni. Topic for next Sun
dny. "You Can Do Hetter." KeferPiice,
11 Peter, 3:8-18. Evening wordiip 7:30.
idiliei.H by the pastor to young people,
"Tlie Clialleiige of the Coinmon-place."
MEMOIUAI, UAPTIST CHURCH.
Rev. Kichartl U. Esten, D. D., Pastor.
Morning worship at 10:15. Piistor'a
hubject, "In the Slmdow of Islam." Sun.
duy bchool at 12 m. Clnss for all aeH.
Evening woriliip at 7:30. SnbjVct.
''In the .Siinstlune of I'liristianuy."
1'iayernnd confeiencu meeting Thursdiiy
evening at 7:30. Invitntion to all.
Public Library.
The library will closed Columbus Day,
Saturday, October 12.
RUBBER GOODS
At Their Best
We handle none but the best rubber goods, but even the best
will lose some of their quality in time. It is an advantago when
you get the best at their best. We havo
THE "KANTLEEK" LINE
of Hot Water Ilottles, Bulb Syringes, Fountain and Combination
Syringes, etc. Theeo goods qome direct to ub from one of the
best makers, aro bought at the right price and sold that way.
Now is the timo to select from this complete assortment of the
latest and best goods.
Sheldon's Rexall Store,
orrosiTE tost officI:,
H. A. Sheldon, 1847. Dr. W. H. Sheldon, 191a,
HTJNTING SEASON
With the Hunting Season at hand every sportsman should
see that his hunting outfit is complete. We have a fine line o
Winchester and tevens Rifles and
Hopkins & Allen Guns
Allkinds-of Ammunition, Hunting Knives, Cartridge Cases
etc. Call and examine our stock of goods.
John H. Stewart,
Evcrythiiis:
Middlebury,
IFYOUWANT
CLOTHES
be sure you visit
our shop before
you o home.
Insist
on Having
Quality
and yo u ' 1 1 e:et
your money's
worth every time
OUR SUITS
$12.00 to $25.00
We also show a splendid lot of fur
nishings, both for dress and working
purposes.
OHENEY & OO.
iltlotlcru Amerlcan Clotlilcrsj
38 Main St.. Middlebury. Vt.
in Hardwarc.
Vermont.
Three-Button Nove.ty
Sack, No. 811
Sott RoU
w 1 1
I Iv i
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C. N. ATWOOD & CO.,
nialn st.
Middlebury, Vermont.

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