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THE MIDDLEBURY REG1STER.
OCTOBEK 11, 1912.
Are of special interest just now. Our
stocks are complete in every detai1.
Lace and Muslin Curtains
50c to $5 00 Per Pair.
Large Rugs, Carpets, Mattings
You will be surprised to see hovv far a few dollars will
go in buying the home necessities, if you buy here.
Don't take our word for it. Examine our stocks and
compare prices. That's the best way of telling.
Carpet Size Rugs
Cotton Chain, Ingrains, Brussell
Ingrains, Tapestry, Axminister,
$4: 50to37 50
Let us Make Measurements for
Special Sizes in Window Shades
We are in a position tr quote
you exceptionaliy low prices.
Oil Oloths and Linoleums
The fall line is just in, embracing a wide range of
patterns in the various qualities aud widtht. Prices
start at 25c and go up to $1 25.
The Winter Styles.
Don t have your new
winter clothes ritted
over an old corset.
New Styles in
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Prices 50c to $4 00 J
Sale only between the Hours of 7 and 9
No 'Phone orders taken. No specials
FIVE POUNDS OF SU6AR ABSOLUTELY FREE
with every Two Dollar cash purchase in our Grocery
Department (only one lot to a customer).
SUIT DEP'T. SPECIALS
Unheard of Special Prices on
Absolutely New Coats
For these live hours on Saturday night we propose to
offer this season's coats, which have just been received
from New York at the lollowing prices.
$12 50 Coats
i; 00 Coats
Popuiar the World Over.
We have behind us the
biggest women's shoe fac
tory in the world-the huge
Queen Quality plant at
Boston. It's capacity is M
5,000,000 pairs a year.
And because this tremen
dous factory can make fine
shoes economically, we offer
the best shoe values in town.
A smaller factory simply can't turn out the Queen
Quality grade at Queen Quality prices$3.50 to $5.00.
W. E. Clement
TVTTT'T? THP TXTTTiTC! T Our enrollment ! ly far
I VJ JjJ XV X J W I l O 1 thelargest wehavehad.
"AmJmT'Mrf,:V'Am , , Our g.eatest pleasure in
recording it is tnat wo never offered any inducement oxoept merit. All our young
men are in positioni. We noed more. Don't YOU need a training to help you
start in life? Arrange witliout delay. CAPXTAL COMHIR11CIAL
?4?,I,90L'.,T,lll,n,,,y,'3V V W' A' Cnscy, Prop, nnd Prlu.
'The Worth-WhileSchool." aot4
Tho Coming Corn Show.
Secretary A. C. Hurd of the Windsor
county Y. M. C. A. and his corps of
helpers in charge of the preparations
for the second annual Vermont state
corn show in Windsor, Nov. 6 and 7, are
jubilant because of the all around as
surances that exhibitors with their
products are to be present from all
parts of the state.
Not the least of the attractions of the
show will be the building, themammoth
Kennedy arena in which it is to be held.
The structure is 300 feet long by 90
in width and thus is in effect a huge
wintergarden for it has a dirt floor and
is made as light as day by its many
Bcore of windows. The center of the
structure is like a great stage and
opposite this a balcony to be occupied
day and evening by the popuiar Windsor
orchestra, II. A. Williams, leader.
There will be playgrounds for children,
demonstrations in domestic scicnce for
women and girls, and corn exhibits
galore for the men to compare and
A new and special featureof the show
will be an exhibit of potatoes grown by
some CO Windsor county girls, and
baked potatoes and Johnny cnke will be
available to all throughout the day and
Farm machinery, barn and stable
equipments and field and gardcn seed
will be on exhibition.
MAKE YOUR EYE81G0MF0RTA8LE
All errors of ro
rtcted by prop
lensM. Our ex
amination o f
your ejee gusr
antees you n
perfect fit o f
Rlnwtofl. We frrind our own lensea.
Kepair work by niail returned aame
GILBERT RI8T;0PTICAL GO.
C3 Church St.. Burlington, Vt.
Snowland or Tropics Which?
"Snowland or Tropics Which?"
that is the central idea of the October
number of The Resorter the ofliclal
magazine of Anierican winter and
Bummer resorts, which has juat gone
on to the newstands. It aims to assist
the man or wonian who has decided on
having a winter vacation in chooniiig
between New England's snow-covered
mountains and their wealth of winter
sports and the baluiy southlund where
bathing mny be enjoyed all winter
"Jamaica, The Beautiful" tells of
the woudeis to bo found on the Isle of
Sunshino and the many elements that
tend to make a winter's stay on the
Island ideal. Tho article is illustrated
with some enlendid pictures of tropical
ecenes. "With the Hesortera" is tho
society section. It tells where the rep
resentative people of America are spend
in their vacations and what they are
doinfe for pastime and recreation. Then
there is un article on the work of Anna
Coleman Ladd. the Fculptress, one of the
nrtists who add to New England's famo
H8 11 bummerinK place by making their
home there. Mrs. Ladd is ono of the
foremost women in art today. DeHides
al; this there are some pictures tliat are
worthy of being framed for their artis
tic value. Hesorter Publibhing Co.,
Manchesler-by-the Sea, Jlass. adv.
BANISH DYSPEPSIA AND KEEP
STOMACH IN GOOD CONDITION
No tnatter how long you have auffeied
from a miserable upset stomacli, indi
gestion or gastrltis, MI-O-NA will end
your troubles or W. II. Sheldon will
refund your money.
This samo offer applies to distress after
eating, gas, food fermentation, heaviness,
sournebs, seaor car slckness and vomiting
No matter wliat ails your etomacli
put your faith in MI-O-NA Stomach
TabletB, a prescription that bucceedi uf
ter all othera fail. Largo box 50 cents
America over. Freo trial treatment
from Uooth's MLO NA, BufTalo, N. Y.
A postal request will do. ndv.
Mr. and Mrs. Archie Euber lmve re-1
turned from a business trip to Hutland. i
Mrs. William Morcomb, sr., and Mrs. 1
John Morcomb have gone to Rutland for 1
n visit to relatives. I
Mrs. A. W. Uradley hus returned i
from a visit to relatives in Brandon.
George H. Wright has gone to Shore
ham and will return the first of the
week with his family, they will occupy
tho Lawrence house on Main street.
Erick Bertrim has moved here from
Proctor and taken n position with the
local branch of tho Vermont Marble Co.
Mrs. B. Fields has returned from the
Mnry Fletcher hospital at Burlington,
where shc has recently undcrwent an
The entire stock of cattle and farm
implementsof Mrs. Katherine Shayes of
Weybridge, who recently sold her farm,
was sold at auction Tuesday and brought
fairly good prices.
The members of St. Mary's parish
will hold a fair in'the town hall begin
ingon the evening of Oct. 22. A fine
program has been arranged for each
The concrete bridge, which has been
under construction in the Seeley district
for the past few weeks to replace the
one which collapsed, was opened to
travel this week.
M. H. Tisdale has gone to Springfield,
Mass., for a ten days visit with rela
tives and frienda.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ash have re
turned from a short business trip to
Robert Towle, who has been quite
sick, is slowly recovering.
Mrs. Ella Castle has returned from a
few days' stay in the northern part of
New York state.
Miss Lottie Dillon has returned from
Fowler, where she has been for a visit
Dorothy, the 8-year-old daughter of
Rev. W. T. Forsythe of Richford, a
former rector of St. Stephen's church
in this village, who has been ill with
pneumonia, is reported to be improving,
with good prospect of full recovery.
The following from Middlebury went
on Tuesday to Boston to attend the
electrical exhibit: Mr. and Mrs. Ed
ward Higgins, Mr. and Mrs. Noble San
ford, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Rose, Mrs.
Joseph Calhoun and daughter, Isabelle,
Isaac L. Rodgers, nnd Miss Iris Bullock
and little Miss Wi nnie. They will re
turn the latter part of the week.
The youngest son of Mrs. Victor
Tyrell, who has been seriously ill at his
home on Court street, is slowly re
covering. Dean Lambert of Middlebury college
was in Northfield on Saturday to wit
ness the Norwich-Middlebury football
The three mules, which were injured
by the collapsing of the bridge in the
Seeley district a few weeks ago, and
which were left there at the time were
taken back to the fort by three soldiers
Dr. John L. Walsh and John L. Flan
agan of Proctor, accompanied by their
families, visited friends in this town on
Strlke when the iron is hot and paint
when the property needs it.
They paint Bhips a dozen times a year;
yes, Borne of them, every voyage. What
for, do you think? To look nice and eet
A livery keeps its carriagen painted
and varniahfd and washed, to Iuok niee
and get business.
A man with n tinnap fnr b.iIp nr fn lot
"does it un."nnrl D-"VOf U tlu nnlnt ' i
There'w more in paint thau to keep out
water. Paint for looks and you needn't
think about WHter. A ("i-hhIi mut nfi.iint
once a year is about as good for his
credit ns paying his debts. But the man
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iiuau uuuuingH aiiu lenses iook new,
very likely, has 110 debts.
A. Calhoun & Son ttell it.
You hiivo been promisiiifjr
yottrsolf it foiuitain non. Why
not buy it now. Wu li uullp
tho famotts Waternum Fottn
tain Pens. Price 00 up.
Guaranteed to jive absolute
If you want to realize
a profit irom your hens
' this winter now is the
time to get them ready
for business. To ac
complish the best re
sults you should feed
Panacea now. And if
you want toprocureyour
flour for the winter at
the lowest price, place
your order now.
D. H. McHUGH
at Middlebury, Vt., all kind of
EA.RLY APPLES and PEARS
on and after August 19, for
which will pay the highest mar
ket price. 33d
F. L. SHAPPEE
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FREE. Our HOME TREATMENT
CASE containa 250 tableta of TEN
STANDARD REMEDIES. explicit di
rectiona. a "TREATISE ON DISEASES
and THEIR REMEDIES" and SPECIAL
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Wanted, either Bex; we pay 50 per cent
comini'-sion. Ladiet eai-ily earn$5 a day.
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