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THE MIDDLEBURY REGISTER.
"Standard first qunlity" mcans that aftcr 60 years of expe--rience
it is the Standard established by us for first quality and
every rubbcr is brandcd with the "Hub-Mark."
Hub-Mark Rubbers are constructed and the compound put
iogether to give the best possible service under all conditions
nnd still be sold at a price that will permit everyone to wear
them and get the maximum rcturn for his money. They cost
no more than any first-class rubber. Try them. '
Hub-Mark Rubbers are made in all styles and for all purposes.
The Hub-Mark is your Value-Mark.
your dcalcr cannot supply you, ivrite us.
BOSTON RUBBER SHOE CO., Walden, Mass.
A G.G.S. YOUNG MAN'S REGORD
Enrolled Sept. 3; WOKKED HARI 1 Nov. 15, begnn work nt$8 00 a week;
Dec. 5, increased to $12 00 h week. HE DEST CHRISTMAS PRESENT IS A
COURSE WITH US. Seiul for circulnr- Cnpital Commcrcial Scliool,
'Tlie Worth-While Scliool," D. A. CASLY, Prop. & Prin., Lyon Block, Albany, N. Y
Feed it the ycar 'round
and have eggs Winter iSiimmer
Sold By All Feed Dealcrs.
T T tWpTtPi I H JPoULTRYOQb 1 gfgf
mi iiiiiMiaiiMiiinii , Vm, umK
We have a large stock of the best lura
ber.to use in the manufacture of Dcots,
Door Frames, Sash, Window Frsraei
and Inside Housefinish. We hav b i
complete line of Btiildei's Supplies.
ROGKERS & WELLS
A FEW BARRELS OF
East Middlebury, Vt.
On the treatment of Horaes, Cnttla,
Sheep, Dogs, Hogs, Poultry, Uirds and
TrninoJ Animals, mailed freo.
For r.tery Living Tiilng on tho Farm
Htimphrcys' Velerinary .Spccillcs.
A. A. For FKVE118, MilU Kever. Lun I'erer.
II. D. For BPHAI.VK.Lamenrai, lthriiiuatlain.
V. C. For 60UE Throat, Kpizootlr, DlHeuipar.
I). D. For WOllMK, Iloti. ;ruL..
E. E. For COKillS, ('old!, Iiitluenia.
F. P. For COMC, llellvarhe, lllarrliea.
0. G. Freteuti JIISCAItlt IA(JK.
II. II. For KIDXKY and Illaddrr dl.nrjera.
1. I. PorHKI.MHKKASF.g.Manve, Eruptlona.
J. K. For HAD CO.MUTIO.V, InJI-.llon.
60 cts. each bottle.
Velerinary Oil for Iloofs 4o. $1.00.
Stable Case, f ull outat $7.00.
At druggists or ssnt prepaid on receipt
numphreys' Homeo. Medlclna Co., Oor. William
and Ann StrieU. New York.
flfe. FIRST QUALITY
Rubbers This Winter
U this food is not sold !n your place, wo
rill send you freight prepaid a 125 pound
ack for $4.00, or a 60 pound sack for
k2.(0- IF ,r vnnl f P...C C . Pl.
3one, Oyster Shells, ctc. . write us for prices.
Carroll S. Page, Hyde Park, Vt
Poge'a Perfected Poultry Food rcoy be ob
tained of thc following:
Skveky & John son nniinlou, Vi.
J. C Hf.HXc.iIS, - Fcrestilnlc. Vt.
J. E. Narh. Monkion Mills, Vt.
R. S. Hen-edkt. Miil(lli.buiy. vt.
J. E. Nash. Monkton MilN, Vt
Vermont MAitm.r. Co.
STOKE, Proctor. Vt
A. K. Waiid, Shoreham. Ctr . Vt-
is k r n j 1 10 s s
on three niotitlia tet at our txpense.
Dn. Hnss & Claiik.
I) II. IIESS & C 1. A It K
niake the "widest open guarantee propos
ition" ever oflered to fnrmers in this
READ THEIR LETTER
D. II. McIIuau,
We want every stock raieer that comes
mto vour stnre this rall to go home u-ith
a package. gack or pail of DR IIESS
STOCK TONIU. This in asking a Kood
deal perhai)a, but if you will nwl the
conditions of this request we believc you
will auree witn us lliac tnero is mt a
siugle, solitary farmer in your uhole
conununity that wotild not ayall hiniself
of tliis opportunity. Here itis:
Take honie from your dealer's Btnro a
packai;p. sack or pail, or n ton if you like
of Dr. Ilens Stock Tonic, feed it to your
horscH, cowb, hogs, etc. all Winter and
Spring. It coats less than a penny a day
for a liorse, cow or Bteer, and 8 cts. per
tnonth for the average ho;. If, after
it is UHed you are not natislled with the
extra prolit it has made you, in increaBed
growtli and milk production, busidea
keeping your animals liealtby and free
from worinu, take back the empty pack
aRea and your dealer ia compelled to re
fund your money."
Wo authorize you to mako tho same
iron-clad uuaranteo on DR. IIESS POUL
TRY PAN-A-CE-A, to make hens lay,
to Hltorten the rnoultiiiK period.
INSTANT LOUSE KILLER we guar.
antee to deetroy lico on horbes, cattle,
eheep ticks, etc.
Refund every cent if these nrepara
tions fail and we will reimburseyou.
Very truly yours,
DR. IIESS & CLARK..
To meet the demnnd of this guarantee,
we have a large stock of Dr. Iless Htock
Tonic, Poultry Pan-a-co-ft, Ete. on hand.
Conie In and take Iionie any quantity you
deaire. We will have more goods on the
way, bo wo can eupply every cuatomer.
D. H. McHUGH
L'lft Thuiedny evenlni;. the 10th,
Cornwall Orange, No. 'Mi, held thnir
rcgular ineeting. The followin pro
grHtn was tcnderedi Music, instru
inental solo by Mrs. Oeorge Parkhill.
R. R. Robbins gaye a talk on the follow
Ing pubject, "What llavn the FarmerH
to be Thankful for in the Yenr That haa
Paflscd. 1012?" Poem, rcad by Misa
Cora Morno. Discusaion led by Roy.
Samuel Roee. Snbject: Wliy aro the
people it; favor of more stringent pure
food laws? Mr. Eaaton came out from
Middlebury and gave tho raembers a
talk on tho new parcel post syatem
wliich waB much enjoyed and was very
Tho next nieeting of the Orange will
bo the Oth of February and we are to
have a valentino program. Each niem
ber is aaked to bring b valentino. Light
refreahmenta will be served.
The annual nieeting of the Cornwall
Telephone and Telegraph conipany was
held at the reBidence of A. W. Foote
in Cornwall Saturday, Afler liearintf
reporta the following ollicers were
elected: President. W. II. ningham;
vice president, H. E. Sanford; Bfcrctary,
F. E, Foote; treaBurer, A. W. Foote;
manngers, H. E. Sanford and A. W.
Foote, A. L, Mott and M. C. Bresu of
llubbardton, with the above ofllcerB,
were elected directora. The conipany
operatea four lines in Cornwall, Whiting,
Sudbury, llubbardton and Castleton.
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Stevena and Cor
nelia viaited in South Bristol and Dristol
Saturday and Sunday.
MrB. Tliomaa Peacock recently visitcd
at lloward Atwood's.
Mit-s S. E, Griswold is at iiome, after
spending BOtne titne in Iiraudou and
liarlow L. Rowe is aeriously ill at hia
daughtcr's Mrs. John Birchard's, in
George Clood has returned from
Mra. Dorothv Battles was at honie
over Sunday from her scliool on Munger
Mias Ruth Eggleaton returned to her
scliool in ShoieliHiii on Monday after a
four weeks' vacation.
On Thurpday, Janunry 11, the Phila
thea Sunday bcIiooI cl.'ifS niet witli their
teach r, ira. W. II. Matthews, at the
pleaaant homo of II. C. Jamea for their
annual nieeting. A businesa seabion was
lwld in the afternoun at which tinic the
f'lllcera for the year weie elected. At
0:30bounteousrefieshmpnt8 were aervcd,
covera belng laid for 24, some of the
niembcTi belng absent on account of
Bickneas. The decorations of the table
and roonis were in the class colors, llglit
blueand white, conspicuoua among tiiem
beiiiK the beautiful claai bnnner, Each
member wore an arni band of bltie and
white. Following tho pupper was the
hearty han ishake in whicb all partici
pated. This waa followed by music and
gamea, after which the Philathea clasa
Hong was i-ung in which all the meni
hers joined. The class soon departed for
their homea, all uniting in aaving the
We learn that Mra. Antoine Larma
has been at Hristol quite ill, but is on the
gnin and expectpd honie aoon.
Thc heavyj-ain of the night of tho 20th
ilist. filled nur atreams bank full.
Mrs. G. E. Farr is on the retired list.
Preston Bean ia quite sick.
O. E. Fair, who has been heriously
aiek, is on the galn.
The funeral of Williard Fisher waa
held on the 10th. The attendauce,
which was made up by rewidents of aev
eial towna, wim quite" large. The Rev.
C. S. Coulter oliiciated, pre.iching from
"I'lieie shall be no more pain."
The labor at Montpelier is so arduoua
that William Galvin came iionie for a
few daya' rest the laat of last week. Ile
repoi ts that there are some three hun
dri'd bills yet to be acted upon by the
Therniometera marked forty-nine de
grees above at 0 p. ni. of the 18th inst.
Aliout an inch of snow fell on the
night of the 18th inst.
A strange young inan arrived at
Daiiitl Dragon's, 2ud, on the 20th inst.
in need of food, clothing, care and
abelter, in fact was destitute, but aa waa
to be expected tho wants were attended
to, and Mr. and Mrs. Dragon have con
cluded to keep the youngster.
Mrs. Martha Kemp, who hns been
ataying with Mrs. Lucy Dragon, has
been ill, but ia thought to be better.
Misa Florence Ash has gone back to
her position in Middlebury after a two
Misa Estella Lee viaited frienda here
While riding out of the wooda on a
load of wood a few days ago Alfred
t'ram was llirown to the giound by the
t pping of the sled and a pnrt of the
wood was thrown on iu'ni and he was
pretty badly huit.
Misa Lucy Ilale has a music book that
has some claims to antiquity. The title
page beara this inscription: "Musica
Sacra or Springfleld and Utica Collec
tions united consiating of pslam and
hymn tunea, anthems and chants ar
ranged for two, three or four voices,
with a ilgured bafo for the organ or
pianoforte, by Thomas Ilaatings and
Soloinon Warriner. Second Revised
Editinn. Utica. Printed and publiabed
by William Wiiliama, No. 00 Genestu
St. 1819," and is in u fair degiee of
B. A. Warner of WeBt Pawlet waa in
town on the 17tli inst. on business.
HOW ANY WOMAN
Afnaf. ntnmnnli rpiiipilii'o nru mntfu.aliif ta
they give relief but afterward tlie
to diKCBt tho food nri it waa beforo.
Woiuen eepecialty hIiouU! not depend
on renevers omy, bii-u-ina btomacn
they put strength and elasticity into the
Htninacli walla and cauRR thn rlli'nutiru
juices to act naturaiiy.
' inv n mnrn riipv inrnn ita d r.ua
llvn nrirnrll) tn Bltnnlv thn tolll.
w.f...-.. - l I J u.uuu ..1.11
pure nouriahment which ia carriod to
l ' 1 1 i i r
iiiu iiiuduicb, sicrves, uruiii anu huid
Result: healthy muBclea, strong nerves
p.lpnr lipnd. nlld rlpnn nlfln. W. TT
Sheldon guarantees Ml-O-NA Stomach
Tauicts ou centa.
Where there's catarrh tlicre's thou
sands of catairh geinia. Y'ou cnn't get
lid of catarrh unlets you kill theso
Y'ou can't kill them with Btomach
inedicine or anrava becatiee thev can't
get whero germa are.
xou can Kill tlieee germa with UootH'a
HYOMEI, a penetrating, antiseptic,
balaamic alr that you breathe a few
times a day dirtctly over tho raw sore,
germ infested membrane. It does not
contain morptiine or any habit forming
For catarrh, croup, couglis nnd colds.
HYOMEI is sold on money back plan by
W. II. Sheldon. Complete outfit $1 00.
Extra bottles of Booth's HYOMEI if
afterwards needed, only G0 centa. Just
breatho it no stomach doaing.
Mias Nnra Grady of Middlebury is the
gueet of Mr. and MrB. Levi Leno.
Mr. and Mra. Oeorgo Hodges have re
turned from a viait to friends at Burling
ton and Waterbury.
John Hodgea is at Mt. ClemeiiB, Mich.,
where ho will take the treatment for
Mrs. L. C. Lamordpr remains in about
the same serioua condition.
Mra. James Manney and W. J. Lee
were called to Rutland on Tuesday by
the death of Joseph B. Needhani,
Mra. George Sheldon is under tho doc
Mra. Edward Leno having sold her
place, has moved to the villagc and will
reside with her bister, Mrs. George
Herbert Spencer is moving his family
to the place recently purchased of the
Edward Leno estate.
Mrs. Almon Enoa and Misa Laura
Rosa, who have been witli friends at
New Haven, Conn., for aeveral weeks,
have returned home.
Tho M. E. Sunday scliool will hold a
social at Good Templars' li 1 1 Friday
evening, January 31 There will be a
literary program and piesentation of
prizes won in a contest recently closed.
RefrPBhnienta will be served. Parents of
the acliolara, metnbcrs of the home de
liartment and all intercsted in Sunday
scliool work are cordtally invited to be
Mrs. R. A. Damon wns called to Sud-
bury on Monday by the illness of her
son, who hns a position with Jonea
C. R. Russell has built a new sugar
houae in hia orchard ni'.'ir thia villntre
and has iustalled a new and up-to-date
evaiiorator with storago tanka, buck
Ben Newton, who has been here two
weeks visitintr hia father and family,
returned to his work in Poultney laat
Mra. W. W. Turner, Mra. Elnier Fenn,
Mra. Noble Fenn and Mrs. C. E. Russell
were busiuesa visitors in Burlington the
Mrs. Salem Guyette is serioualy ill at
her home south of our village.
About 20 couple Bttpnded the dance
nst Friday night at tho Green Mountain
Mra. Georee Gove, who had the mis-
fortunp of falling on the ice and hurting
herself quite badly, is niucli better.
Representativi E. H. Moore returned
from Montpelier Friday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Georee Frechette are
parents of a daughter. bom Janunry 10.
The Shoreham public bchools re-opened
Monday, the 20ih.
There will be a regular meetinc of
Alma Ilendep chapter, O. E. S.. Tuesday
evvning, the 2lBt.
Hubert's orchestra furnished muaic
for the dance at Cieaniery hall last
Friday night. Nearly eighty people
Rev. George French of West Hartford,
has accepted a call from Shoreham Con
gregational church and will becomo its
pastor, beginmng rebruary Uth.
The resignation of Elmer Barnum,
po6tmaster at Shoreham village tlie past
fourteen years, took effect Monday
inorning. the 20th. Sherrie Mead suc-
ceeds Mr. Barnum.
A few of the people on the aick list are
Mrs. William Cook, Mre. Lydia Wolcott,
Mias E. A. Catlin. S. C. Cook and sev-
eral membera of the familiea of T. G.
Easton and Grant Baldwin.
The annual installation of ollicers of
Shoreham Grange will take place at the
regular nieeting r riday evening, the
2-lth. W. M. R. M. Osborn will otliciate
assibted by Mrs. Osliorn aa marshal.
Supper will bo served by the executive
Tlie Laiiies' Missionary society liavo
their annual nieeting Thursday after
noon, January 2!ld, at the Ladies' roonis.
Twenty niemliers of Ilands C'ove chap
ter, D. A. R., accepted the iuvitatiou to
meet with the Rhoda Farrand chapter of
Addison January 15, at tho homo of
Mlss Hurd. A bouutiful luncheon waa
served at one o'clock, aftcr wliich a very
interesting literary programnio was
Thero have been 00 cases of nieaslea in
town during the past few weeks.
In 1012 there wero 21 biiths nnd 10
deaths in tho town.
Mrs. Nancy Cook ia critically ill.
Mra. A. E. Tottingham is in Burling
ton, the guest of her aister, Mra. Smitli
William Sampson had the inisfortnno
to break hia arm last week while on a
visit at Ticonderoga.
William Brown, who haa been ill for
soveral montha, ia not improvmg.
The infant child of Arthur Ketchani
died Sunday, January 10. The funeral
waa held from the houso Tuesday, Rev.
C. W. Turner conducting the services.
Neshobe Orange held their regular
nieeting Saturday evening with a good
Edward Karney of Hartford, nnd Miss
Estelle Westcock of Pitttaford wero
married at the Methodist parsonago laBt
week. They will reside nt White River
Harsh phyaics react, woaken the
bowela, will lead to chronio constipation
Uoan'a Ueguleta operate eastly. 23c a
box ut all stores.
Mrs. TlioniHR Peacock. who lunl been
visiting her nii cea, Mia. Ilownr ! Atwood
and Mi-a Rni hel Fioat, at tlie honie of
the foimer, hns rplurned to Snrannc,
N Y' where she resilcs.
Mias Mayael Doolan, who haa been
spending a few days at her home in
Weybridge, is again at her position at
Among thoBe who are convnlescing
from grip aro Mrs. Arthur Parkhill and
little chlld nnd Christino Atwood.
A Sunday flght was among the enter
tainmenta provlded recently for the peo
ple in the south part of the town.
Miss Ruth Eggleston returned to her
Bchool in Shoreham on Monday.
Tho homo nt "The I'oplarB" ia again
open, both of tho Griswold ladiea being
Mrs. H. E. Taylor went on Monday to
Glena Falls to spend nn indefinite time
with her siater, Mrs. M. D. Smith.
Mr. nnd Mrs. C. J. Lowell announco
the engagement of their daughter, Ger
trude May, to Elmer Cook of Proctor.
MAltY BAKEIt ALLEN CHAITEK.
The chapter met on January J 7 with
Mrs. II. E. Sanford. Tho condition of
the roada rendered tho nttendanco light.
A aubstantial luncheon waa served at
noon. The businesa nieeting following
waa lengthy and lively, the election of
nltcrnatea for national convention, the
marker questions and varioua other
items of buainesa conauniing much titne.
Tho annual gift of 35 was voted for
Kurn Ilatten home. The literary pro
gram included music by Misa "Jeasie
Foote, preaentation of n flag tho gift of
Mrs. Sanford Lnne of New York, by
the regent. Mrs. C. II. Lane. Response
and acceptance by Misa Katharine Gris
wold. Interestinu 'papers by Mrs. W. t'
Bingham, Mrs. DeWitt, Mrs. Field and
Mrs. Witherell. Recitation by Mrs. Tay
lor, music by Mrs. Hoyt, and n letter,
giving n nioat delightful and entertain
ing description of Ilermoaa lleach, Calif,
and tho surrounding country, from Misa
Martha Janea, who is spending the win
ter there. Meeting adjourned until Feb
ruary. Kathauine Ghiswoi.d,
Nhnke Intu Vour Shop
Allcn's Foot-Ease. tho nnttscpttc powdcr. It ro
licves tirod. nchfnir, swollen. sweatinp fcot, aml
makcs walkinc casy. Takcs tho Etinc out of
corns and bunions. Over 30,000 testimonlal.
Sold Kverywherr', 25c. Don't accopt any substi
tute. Sample I-'ItEE. Addrcss, Allon S. Olmsti'd,
Leltoy. N. Y. 3t4
The recent thaw and heavy raina havu
caused quite high water in the river.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde E. Fisko are re
joicing over the arrival of another son,
who came last Sunday to reside with
Prof. Cady of Middlebury college
olliciated at the niorning services of the
local church last Sundny. No servic?a
were held in the evening.
J. S. Shaw. who has been employed at
his trade in New Haven the past week,
returned honie Sunday niorning toppend
the SabbHth with hia family. Ile re
turned to New Haven Monday niorning
to resunie his work there.
Quite a nuniber from here attnded the
last entertainmeiit of tlie Century club
at Middlebury last week Wedtiesday
evening, and also attended the instal
lation of ollicers and banquet of Lake
Dunmore lodge, No. 11, I O. O. F.
H. A. f 'lark was called to his fovmet
honie in St. Albana last Tuesday after
noon to act aa one of the bearera" at the
funeral Wednesday of a former friend.
On account of continued poor health,
Rev. E. V. llallowell has reaigned aa pas
tor of the Methodist church. After a few
weeks' recuperation Mr. llallowell will
probably go to Plnladelphia to rejoin his
wife and parents
Word was rect-ived hero last Tuesdav
niorning of the deatli of L. B. Dodgo Inst
Monday at the residence of his ton in
Rutland. Tho funeral waa held at Rut
land last Wedneaday, the interment waa
in the Weybridge "llill cemetery. Mr.
Dodge waa a life long and much ri-
spected resident of thia pltce. Upon the
death of his wife nearly two years ago
lio went to itutlaud to reaulo with hia
James Green, who has been gnending
several weeks inNew York, has returned
M. L. Young is quite aick and Dr.
M. II. Eddy waa called Tuesday
The Uenry Family Theater Co.. opened
n three nights' engugenient nt the town
hall laat Monday night. They were
greeted with a largo snd anpreciative
audiencc. The proceeds are for the Im-
The last nuniber of tho Bridport
Grange entertaiument course, "Harrell,
the Musical Alagiciau, will be given
in Grange hall Monday evening, Janu
Tlie silver wedding of Mr. and Mra. G.
R. Walker wiib obsirved January 17th.
Misa Editli Wing has returned from
Grip is appearing in town.
Mra. Harry Ripley has returned from
Mra. D. E. Rice visited at Shoreham
Misa Meda Rusaell haa returned from
Dr. Tinkham waa called as council for
Master Archio Smith the f'nst of the
week. He is improving slowly.
Russell D. Young visited his grand
niother, Mra. Rebecca H. Tracy, of Monk
ton last week.
Mra. E. II. Young of Lincoln has been
stopping at her sister'a, Mrs. Clayton
Phillips, for a few days.
Mra. Audruw Hallock is in poor
Misa Estelle Hanmer ia aoon to enter
Proctor hoapital in trnining as n nurse.
Word has been received here of the
death of Rev. Lovett Rugg, n former
The verdict "not guilty" in the case of
Louia Purington was pleasiug to hia
many friends who have anxiously
nwaited the result of the trial.
Hens Lay In Cold Weathor
if they hnye tho right food and nre cared
for properly, There is nothing better to
feed at this Benson than Green Bone and
Meat. If you will send your check or
money order for $3.75 to C. 8. Page,
Hyde Park, Vt., ho will shlp you u 200
pound barrell, freight prepaid to your
atation. adv. 61tf
Sloan's Liniment is a quick
and reliable remedy for lame
ness in horses and other farm
"Sloau's Mnlment wrpa9?o any
thlng on earth for lameneu In hornes
and other liorse Allinents. 1 uould
not aleep wltliout It In my stable."
432 West 19th St., New York Clty.
Good for Swelling and Abiceis.
Mn. It. M nuins, of Lawrence, Kan.,
II. K. I).,Ko. 3,wrltos: " I had a maro
with an abicess on ber neck and one
Wo. bottleot Klnan's I.lnlmont entirely
cnrcd her. I keep It all the ttine for
galls and small Bwelllngs and for overy
thlng about tho stock.''
is a quick and safc remedy
for hog cholera.
Governor of Georgia uies
Sloan't Liniment for Hos Cholera.
" I heard Oor. Ilrnwii (whl quite a
farinor ) pay that ho had nevor lnot a
hog from cholera and that his roincdy
alwnyg w.n a tablespoonful of Sloan's
I.lnlmeut in a gallou of slnp. decreai
lng tho doso an tho anlmal lnipruved.
List mnuth (Jiit. Ilrown nnd inrsclf
voro at tho Agricultural Colleso
huildlng and In tlio llcuslonof the
ravacos of tho diicaso, (iov. Ilrown
gavo thoroniedynainpd m unfatllng."
Savaknah Dailv News,
At All Di-alcrs. SBc.COc. & S1.O0.
Sloin'a llook on Horpps, Cattlc,
Ilogs and l'oultry sent I ree.
Addrcss Dr. Earl S. Sloan, Boston.
W H E IM IT COMES
TO THE ROOF
you had better do a Iittle' thinking
on your own account. 'J'liere are
all kinds of Roofinga to tempt and
conftise the consiinier and ilealer,
and the man who choobes blindly
and an unknown material ia cer
tainly niapping out large cliunks
of future trouble. Poor Roofs
have caused ten times' aa much
daniage aa poor foundations.
Ilny Ljtlioid Itoofinj;
-witli n Ilepiitatlon
Let ua show you roofs covered
with it eleven enra agn IN PER
FECT CONDITION NOW.
M. K. Moore, Middlebury, Vt.
G. V,. Coatpa. New Haven. Vt.
S E. Vadnoia, Bridpoit, Vt.
II. E. Hodette, Addi-on. Vt.
Gage & I'iske, Weybridge, Vt.
STRONG HARDWARE CO.
GET YOUR LUNGH
KIDDER'S LUNGH ROOM
You can get anything you
want at reasonable prices.
We have a splendid layout
of all kinds of
Ice Cream Fruits.
Lcavc Vour Ortlcrs for a Jar
oi our Celeljrntcd Ilakctl
Ilcaiis (or Suutlay.
LET m FIGGEIt
On any work you want dono ln tho
nno of I'luiiiiiintr, iieatlnpr, itoor
iii;. We havo had 80 years practical
experienco and know how to do any job
and do it right.
We do our own work and buy ns iow
as the lowest nnd know whetber we get
what we bur every time. Wo know we
can save you money on any job large or
emall you want done, if you will "let us
Joseph W. Galhoun