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THE MIDDLEBURY REGISTER.
OCTOBER 18, 1912.
Doveloping nnil Printing
6Exp. 12Exp. Unm'fd M'fd
V. P. K. .10 .03 .05
No. 1 Urownio .10 .04 .05
No. 2 " .10 .20' .04' .08
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DEVELOPINQ PLATES AND FILM
Enlargement Prices on Application
HE3T SERVICE ::
middlebury, - Vermont
THE WEATHEU 1N MIDDLEBURY.
FOR THE WCEK ENDINO OCT. 16, 1912.
7am i Noon 8pm
Highcst 06 Lowest 30.
Thursday, clear; Friday, clear; Saturday,
clear; Sunday. clear; Monday. cloudy; Tucsday,
clear; Wcdnesdav, clear.
Itecord kcot by II. A. TECK.
Notices undcr this head ten cents per Ilne
first insorlion; five cents per lino BucceedinK in
eertlons. Count seven short words to Hne or six
New figsat Calvi's.
llammocks atC. F. Uich's.
Go to Hocchi's for a lunch.
Expert watchmaker. IlrouRh.
Grapes of all kinds at Calvi's.
MileaKe ltooks at Marshall's.
Itocchi's is open at all hours.
For choicc meats. Phone 102.
MileaBei to rent. C. F. Rich.
Fresh oysters at Gorham'a market.
Itocchi'a ia the place for cool drinka.
Green cut lone at Piper's Market.
Up-to-date millinery. GeeSisters.
Bargains in stationery. Sheldon'a.
Hides wanted at Gorham's market.
Decorated parlor Iamp9, Sheldon'a.
Good eatingand pie applea at Calvi's.
Try our corned beef. Gorham & Sona.
Ilomc mado pies a apccialty at Uocchi's.
Wanted An apprentice. Gee Siaters.
Go to Taylor'a for your home made InkinK.
Go to Taylor's for a lunch or square meal.
For Hent-A barn. C. I. Ilutton, 41tf
I'lcs- $2.00. Horace Dow, R. D. 5. 41t2p
Good Krapea, in liaakcts, all kinds at Calvi's.
All kinda of liullis at Ilunt's Green Housc. 4U4
Upholsterinu and plcture framinir at Duncan's.
Three mackcrel for 25 cents at Piper's Market.
Darrelheads for sale, 3 Weybridge street. 40t4p
For Sale Nice early potatoes. W. L. Forltes.
EnEraved or printed callint' cards at the' Reuis
Our home-made Fausaec ia the bcst ever. Gor
ham & Sona.
Chair and extenaion table, cheap at G. J. Dun
can'a. Ladies' and children's liats, veilinga. etc. Mra.
Guernsey earthcnware rcad my adv. and see
the window. Sheldon's.
You ill always find the freshest line of tobacco
and ciKara at Taylor's.
Fountain Pens-The Conklin, LauKhlin's,
Moore s, non-leakable, and Waterman's Ideal.
For itood printinjf of all description call at Itett
I IWanted 500 bushels of potatoes at 40 centa per
bushel. Gorham & Sona.
Fou Sai.e - Chester white es, four to aix
weeks old. Gorham ilros. 41t2
We are havinn some very uood Oranges, swect,
juicy and at lowest price at Calvi's.
Daniel Webstei llour. the ljest at a moderate
price. Gorham & Sons.
Wantkii Ciieai-- A lady's or Kent's bicycle.
fihedd, i Starr hall, colleue. 42tlp
Foit Sai.k Good farrow cow, prico reasonahle.
Frcd I- IIill. It. I). 5. Middlebury. 42tlp
Ruled typewriter papcr, multikopy carbon.
star riblxins, etc. J. I). Woods. , 15tf
lmii w hubbard
that unite the three essentials
oi' fashion style, character
and quality. Price $3 OO
Whatever you need for Fall
Itatli Hotics aud
THE GOODS AUI5 IIERE
Everything Alan or Boy
THIS WHITE STOttK.
For Sale The James Ilowkcr place aimve
Setninary St. on Chlpman hlll. J. A. Fletcher,
I When In need of meat or Brocertes, cnll nt Gor
ham & Sons.
Wanted A dlnlns room ttlrl. Apply nt Sareent
Rayo lampj, liest lamps for Iho money in tho
world. Il.no. Sheldon a.
Another big Hne of plcture tnouldlng just rc
ceivcd. G. J. Duncan.
Rcmoval Law offico now at 28 South street.
Telephone connection. Charles A. Earle. 31tf
Dried bccf in chunks at J. K. l'lper's! Mar
ket. 'Phone 102.
Wanted-500 Ibs. A 1 dairy butter each wcek
at Gorham & Sons'.
Surveylntr I am prepared to aervc you
promptly. Charlea A. Earle. 34tf
Wanted Two brick masons to work on Battell
block, Middlebury Vlllage. Joseph Battell
Frcah pecan meats, almonds, Chabcrt walnut
meats, and Norfolk skinlcss salted pcanuts. R.
Wanted at Addison House, Middlebury, Vt.
two expericnced waltresses, Good wages.
Steady cmployment. 28tf
Two car loads of new waitons juat arrivcd, rcady
for inspection. L. O. Allen. 43tf
Get your orders in early for vacuum cleancr.
F. C. Warren, Maln street. lBtf
Caah pald nt Shackctt'B Market for all kinds of
f arm produce, call or phone,
Fresh, home madc bread, pies, doughnuts and
rolls evcry day at Taylor's.
Bring your hldcs and pclts to Piper's Market.
Iiighest cash price. Phone 102.
A new car load of sea-Rrreen slatc just arrivcd
in dlfferent sizes at E. II. Thomas'.
Fresh vefretablea always on hand at J. K.
Piper's Market. 'Phone 102.
The latest ideas In printing, new type faces and
expert workmanship at Rcglstcr oflice.
For Sale Two cows, one farrow: other to
fre8hen in spring. Also two ycarling heifers.
Gco. M. Whltncy, Salisbury. 42tlp
Oflice rooms for rent, second floor, Battell Block.
Inquire at this ollice or of T. E. Boyce, 24tf
Wlnter vegctables ready to delivcr; winter
squash, 1 1-2 cents per Ib. John M. Bosley. 41t2p
For SALE Several thouaand fect of atrlctly
firat-clasa hard wood flooring. Jos. Battell. In
quire at Rcglstcr oflice. 39tf
For Sale Horse and carriage, cutter, shot
gun, also a few fox traps. Will sell at rcasonablc
price. Call at Charles Cady's. 41t2p
For Sale Cheatnut horBe. sound and gentle,
good general farm horae; also one grade Holatein
bull calf, B. II. Lane & Son. 41tf
For Sale Fair heavy work harncsses. in first
class condition, or would liko to cxchangc for
llghtcr pair. Jcwett & Co. 39tf
If you havc money to loan come and tell me
about it. If you wish to borrow money come and
tell me about It. A. W. Dickcns. 25tf
Strayod from tho Caswell farm a Holatein bull
calf. Findcr please notify George R. Thompson,
Cut flowers at all timcs and dcstgns made on
Bhort notlce at Hunt's greenhouse.
For pension buainess, etc, and general busincss
through all departments of the govemment, col"
lections made. Melvin Wilkinson, Notnry Public,
Miss Elizabeth Tobin has rcturned to town at 37
North Plcasant street. Having studied deaign
ing, draftlng and physical culture. she is prepared
to do all kinda of dressmaking. 42tf
Wanted Those farmers who are interested In
increaaing their profita by producing a bctter ar-
tlclc of milk to Investigatc the merits of the
Stcrllac sanltary pail, for sale by Jewctt & Co.
Big stock of 5-A and other makes of Horse
Blankets. Fur Robes, Fur Coata, Gloves and
Mittcns, also a fine line of Dash Lanterns. II. D.
Archer, Main Street, Middlebury, Vt. 41t3mos
For Sale One Magee Parlor coal stove. two
small fancy Parlor wood stovea, all three in No. 1
condition, alsooneold-faahioned mahogany dresser
with mirror. Inquire of R. D. Hopc, offico 36.
Battell block. 42tf
For Sale No. 15Stewart heaterand plpe, near-
ly new. Wood stove, takcs chunks. Double
manua) Mason & Harplin Organ. Mud Buggy,
BedBtead with apring, Feather Beda. etc. II. B.
Hagar 54 High St. 40tf
For Sale Some nice winter squash two centa
per pound. Pumpkins, three for 25 centa. All
ordera previously taken filleil at thls price. Write
or 'phone me If you want some. Geo. Sheldon,
Salisbury, Vt. 41t3p
For Sale A nicepalrof grade Percheroncolt.
three and four years old. Will make a dandy
farm team for next year and cost no more to win
ter than a pluir team. Would consider an ex-
change for rcliable farm team or good cowf.
Jcwett & Co. 41tf
The Century club will hold its next
meeting on the evening of October 22,
at the residence of Mrs. C. E. Ilarris.
The Essay club will meet with Mrs.
Harry Cushman on Wcdnesday, Ootober
Monday, market day, butter sold for
28 cents per pound and eggs 37 cents
M. Dupaulhas returnedfrom Burling
ton, where he went to visit his children
who are in the children's home of that
Charles Vicker, wbo was quite badly
shaken up at the underpass, while at
work there two weeks ago, is able to be
Mr. and Mrs, George Farrell of Col-
lege street are the parents of a daugh
ter. Mrs. James McCue has gone to Rut
land for a visit to relatives and friends.
Phillip Vassau has gone to Rurlington
where he has secured a position.
A. V. Green of Brandon has entered
the employ of R. L. Brough in his
jewelry and optician department.
William Fitts has bought the Blair
farm in the east part of the town.
Consideration not given.
George Shambo has returned from a
visit in Brandon.
Edward H. Thomas is laid up at h;s
home with an attack of rheumatism.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Wells, Mr. and
Mrs. J. M. Burke and E. P. Cushman
have gone to Boston, Mass., on a busi
Miss Elizabeth Tobin, who has been
absent from town for some time pur
suing a course of designing and draft
ing, has returned.
Mr. and Mrs. Sanford H. Lane and
young son of New York city are visiting
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. IL Lane,
at their home in Cornwall.
Since Dr. Noble has been sick, Dr.
Frank Sanborn of New Haven has been
staying at Dr. Noble's oflice and looking
after his practice. He will continue to
do so until Dr. Noble is able tobe about
again. Dr. Noblo has been suffering
from an attack of neuritis with com
plications but is now improving ' slowly.
C. F. Rich has gone to New York
city for a wcck's business trip.
I. T. Bourdeau has gone to Montreal
for a week's vis-it.
James Mitchcl has returned from a
few days' stay in Leicester.
Mr. and Mrs. George T. Champaignc
have gone to New York city.
Mrs. JesseBoulia is critfcally ill at
her home on Seymour street as the
result of a shock which sho received on
Mrs. D. C. Noble will reopen her
dancing class in Masonic hall on Wed
nesday afternoon, October 23, at 3:30
Mrs. John A. Fletcher and Mrs.
Philip Manchester are spending a few
days with Mrs. J. Walter Sylvester at
Wilton, N. H.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Blackmer and
son, Russel, have returned from Bur
lington where they have been visiting
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Foster
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Eddy have
returnedfrom Canton, N. Y., where
they spent the summer. They will go
shortly to Laconia, N. II. , where he
has secured a position.
Mrs. James Mulligan, who has been
ill at her home with an attack of scarlet
fever, is much improved.
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Sturtevant have
returned from a ten days' visit in
The cattle shipment from this section
Monday consisted of two car loads of
cows, calves and hogs for the New
York and Boston markets.
A lecture will be given in the McCul
lough gymnasium at 2 o'clock Friday
afternoon, October 24, by the Hon. P.
P. Claxton, UnitedStatesCommissioner
of Education. An invitation is ex
tended to every one, and itis hoped that
the attendance will be large.
On Tuesday evening last about fifty
young people spent a very enjoyable
evening in the parlors of the Methodist
church. The social committee of the
Epworth league, Mrs. Morgan, chair-
Mrs. Ray L. Fisher was taken to the
Mary Fletcher hospital on Wednesday
afternoon where she was operated on
for appendicitis on Thursday morning
by Dr. Wheeler. At latest reports she
was resting comfortably.
Mr. and Mrs. Otis Flanagan enter
tained a large number of their friends
at their home in the east part of the
town Tuesday evening. Refreshments
were served and a very pleasant even
ing was enjoyed by all present.
The first really hard frost of the sea
son occurred Tuesday night and still
water froze to the depth of a quarter of
an inch. A considerable quantity of
belated garden stuff was totally ruined.
All those wishing membership in the
Middlebury Progressive club are re
quested to forward their names to Dr.
H. L. Averill. A Progressive club was
formed among the students of Middle
bury college with a membership of 52
with prospects of a number more to
Stated conclave of Mt. Calvary Com
mandery, No. 1, K. T., will be hold in
tho asylum Wednesday evening, Octo
ber 23, at 7:30. Work, Temple degree.
Frank Meehan of Salisbury was fined
in the Supreme court $300 with costs
of $92.26 for killing deer out of season.
A good many deer were slaughtered at
Salisbury in the winter of 1910 and
upon some evidence which was at hand
Meehan was arrested by County
Warden George II. Chaffee and found
guilty in county court from which an
appeal was taken, but the judgmunt
of the lower court was sustained.
The following letters remain unclaim
ed at the local post office: Miss Arden,
Miss Elizabeth Barry, Mrs. W. II. Mc
Carty, Floyd Anderson, August Ander
son, Harry Abbot, C. Bingham, L. J.
Fuller, P. Elkey, Luerico Calistro.
Columbus day was celebrated Satur
day evening by the local council,
Knights of Columbus. At St. Mary's
Catholic church at 7:30 there was bene
diction after which the council and
membcrs of the parish proceeded to the
town hall where they listened to a
lecture on "Socialism" as a moral and
civic menace to the general public by
Charles A. Zenkert of New York city,
editorof the "Livo Issue." The lec
ture was listened to with much interest
by the large audience, the speaker
bringing out many strong points during
his argument against tho .influence of
At the regnlar meeting of William P.
Russel circle, No. 5, Ladies of the
Grand Army, on Wednesday evening, it
was decided to hold a special meeting of
the circle on Wednesday evening, Octo
ber 23, at 8:15 o'clock to make arrange
ments for the oyster suyper to bo given
by the circle on the evening of Friday,
November 8. The officers of the circle
hope to have a full attendance at this
special meeting, and the late hour for
the assemblage is due to a meeting of
the Grand Army post on the same even
ing. BOYS' SUITS
Remember we give u knifu
free with each suit or over
cimt. $2 50 to $7 50.
Cheney & Co,.
Mrs. J. B. Douglas of South street is
seriously ill at her home with rheuma
tism. Charles E Youtt, E. E. .loncs and
Myron Fales have returned from Bur
lington where they attended the annual
reunion of the Vermont cavalry of
which they were all members.
The Y. M. C. A. boys and the Boy
Scouts held a well attended com roast
on the bank of the river in the rear of
the marble mill Tuesday evening. There
was a good attendance and a very en
joyable time was had.
310,000 Fire at Brandon.
The Centennial block on Center street
in Brandon was destroyed by fire early
Saturday morning. The fire broke out
at about 2:30 o'clock in W. H. Williams'
bakery and burned so rapidly that in a
very short time the interior of the
building was a mass of flames. The
Dunmore hose company responded
promptly and keptfivestreams of water
playing into the building for over two
hours, before the blaze was put out.
The building was built of wood,
veneered with brick, which made the
fire a very stubborn and dangerous one
to fight, as there was serious danger
from falling walls. The blaze started
from a large kettle of lard which
caught fire while William Collins, the
night baker, was frying doughnuts.
The basement and first story of the
block was owned and occupied by Mr.
Williams for a laundry and bakery.
The second story was the property
of the Brandon Free library. Mr. Wil
liams' loss is estimated at between
$9000 and $10,000 with an insurance of
The library carried $900 insurance on
its part of the building and contents.
Mr. Willi ams has not decided as to
whether he will rebuild or not.
Two Good Brick Masons to
work on Battell Block, Middle
bury Village. Joseph Battell
J? JSLm A. C3r C3r ' &
Saturday, Oct- 19
The Ilnttlc of Tlic Rcd Mcn
See the Fight with the Bear its Real
Hcr Corncr 011 Henrts
Fanclioii tlic Criclcet
From the Play of that Nnme
XIic Coloncl's Peril
Mnrjraret Lyncli, Soprano.
Irenc Hurns, IManist.
of excellent quality, and
at prices that are right.
New Sweet Potatoes,
New Glazed Pineapple,
New Layer Figs.
r: s. benedict
'Phone 36-2 Battell Block
served at all hours. When
in town call at Rocchi's
Lunch Room. :: ::
We have the best line of
Tobacco and Cigars on
71 Maiu St Middlebury.
It ia irritnting both to other people's nerves and your own bron
chicul tubes. It causes inflnnimation thnt goes deeper and deeper
uutil the delicnte lung tissues are affected.
HEXALL CIIEUIIY JUICE COUGII SYRUP
will quickly remove the cause and stop the hacking. Will cure
nny cough whether incipient or of long Ptanding and do it quicker
than will any other remedy.
Sheldon's Rexall Store,
OPPOSITK POST OFFICE,
H. A. Sheldon, Dr. W. H. Shelcba
Good for October Only. Subscribe now
and save money. A few of our
many club offers
Good Housekeeping or Ilearst's
McClure's MagRzine or Pictorial Review
Regular Price '
Review of Reviews
McClure's or Good Housekeeping
Ilearst's Magazine or American Magazine
or Good Ilousekeepitig
Woman's Home Companion
Woman's Home Companion
American or Ilearst's
Ilearst's Good Housekeeping and Cosmopolitan may bo substituted, one for the
GEO. E. MARSHALL
PLENTY OF PLACES
where you can use the good money that you save by
trading with us. On every article that you buy here,
you are making easy money. In small articles you
save a little in Suits and Coats for Men, Women and
Children your saving is BIG.
Special Low Price on W. L. Douglas and All American Shoes for
Men. Boardman Shoes for Women J. P. S. Shoes for Boys. Walton
for Girls, Endicott Johnson Shoes for work.
We have the agency for the Gold Bond Guaranteed Hat.
The Store That
Near the R. R. Bridge,
Our October Price Only
$3 45 Thereafter
Our October Price Only
$2 30 Thereafter
Our October Price Only
S3 45 Thereafter
Our October Price Only
$4 05 Thereafter
Our October Price Only
S3 45 Thereafter
Our October Price Only
$3 55 Thereafter
Our October Price Only
$3 95 Thereafter
Our October Price Onlv
$4 C0 Thereafter