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THE MIDDLEBURY KEGISTER.
JANUARY 24, 1913.
teed for one year
$1.00. It can't
1 W'ANTKn-Whoti- copy of Addison County Atlas
publlshol 1871. Wlll iny cnsh. Monltor I'ross,
' Barton, Vt. 4t3i
i WANTEn-Sovcml younit Ernde Ayrshlro cows
or hclfcrs. N. A. Hroolte, 43 Washington Slrcct,
For Snle-Utnl OlKcr lyticwrllcr No. 5. ln
I cood condlllon nnd all rlnht ln evcry ay, nt
aiwut halt tiricc. U. KubjcII. Witf
If you have moncy to lonn como and tcll mo
aboutit. If you wish to borrow moncy come and
trll mo about It. A. W. Dlckens. 25tf
Fou SAi.n Threo jrood jounu horsos and two
or throo younir cows. Inqulre of II. G. S. Bllnn,
Middlebury. U.D. 2. ltf
Wanted tcamlng of all klnds. Work guaran
ted. Also mountaln wood for salo. Apply 101
Maln street, Middlebury, Vt. 3tlptf
For Sale Onc 3-ycar old mare, one 4-ycar old
mare, one bull calf, Itolstcln, roulstcrod with EOod
backlnpr. C. R. Lane, II. D. No. 2. 2tf
Itlghest prices ln cash pald for pork, bcef. veal
and mutton: pork a speclalty. Telephono or wrlte
to Roscnthol & Koblc, Wltherboo, N. Y. 48tf
For pcnslon buslness, etc, and gencral buslness
throUBh all dopartmonts of thc Bovemment, col
lectlons madc. Melvln Wilklnson. Notary I'ubllc,
FAltMnn Wanted Aprll lt. a worklnR upto
datc man to work a good farm on sharcs, good
locatlon and roads, near church, schools and mar
ket. Iteforence, address S., caro Reglster. 4tf
Twonty-five Horses A new car load cxpectrd
to arrlve at our stables on or bcfore Janunry 21th.
One half of the conslgnmcnt mnrcs wclshlng
from 1000 to 1500 lbs. F. Landon & Son, Bristol.
Wanted To rent a farm of not moro than 150
ncrcs, preferably south of Middlebury though not
partlcular. If Interestcd writo to J. E. Dcpew,
1207 Mllitary St.. I'ort Huron, Mlchlgan, Bivinc
fullaccount of what you have. 2tl
THE WEATIIEK IN MIDDLEBURY.
FOR TIIK WEEK DNDING JAN. 22. 1913.
.... , i Thermometer
7 a m Noon I 8 p m
S 30 40 35
S 42 50 40
S 44 43 40
K 22 28 1 20
S '30 40 I 12
N 2S 24 20
S .22 30 1 :?
HlRhe-t ".ci I f est 20.
Thuifl i . . Imni .; I'riday. rain; Katurday, lnin;
Suni'ny, ileai. Monday, rain; Tuesday, clear;
Rccord kent by U. A. 1'ECK.
Notlces undcr this head ten cents per llne
first Imertlon; five cents per linc succeedlng in
sertlons. Count sevon short words to line or six
Go to Rocchi's for a lunch.
Ripc pine applcs at Calvi's.
Milcnne Books at Marshall's.
Rocchi's ii open at all hours.
For choice meats. Fhone 102.
Mlleacres to rent. C. F. Rich.
Rocchi's is the placo for cool drlnks.
Green cut bone at l'iper's Market.
Hats at reduced prices. Gee Sisters.
Gucm5oy rartlicnware at Shcldon's.
Goal eatinB and pic applcs at Calvi's.
Ilome niatle pies a speclalty at Uocchl's.
January clearanco saie nt Mrs. IJrouKh's.
Fou Rent-A bain. C. I. Button. 41tf
Three mackerel ftr 25 cents at IMper's Market.
Spccial reductioninaUmillinery. Mrs. Bi-oukIi's.
Home curtd liain and bacon at l'iper's Market.
Tork jars-10. 12. 15, 20, 25 and 30 Bal. Sheldon's.
Millinery at reduced prices, Miss Bruya, Dyer
Enuraved or printcd callinB cards at tho ReRis
I'or Riioil printiiiB of all descriptlon call at Itejr
Watch-maker and optician, nothlne too diflicult.
We aro havinK fwrnie vcry cood Oraneos, sweet,
juicy nnd nt lowest priceat Calvi's.
Dried beef in chunks at J. K. l'iper's .Mar
ket. 'Phone 102.
Full line of sleinhs just arrived, ready for in
spectlon. L. O. Allen. 43tf
Fou Sale Gond heavy work team. Inquiie A.
L. Atwwd. West Coinwall. 4t3p
ron Sai.e Haned IMymouth Itock cookerels.
Austin l'eck. East Middlebury, Vt. 47t3mp
Taj lor's Honio Ilak ?ry is better prepareil than
cver to uttrvv in tiie bakery line.
Fiefih pecan meats, almond, Chalxrt walnut
lneatB, and NoifolU fkinless bulted peanuts. li.
S. Itenedic t.
New niii of all kinds, and new EnBlish wal-'
liutfi. nt ( alvi
Wanieii To buy a sood horse. Innuire at
Shackett - marl.iH. OJtf I
Gi't ji ur ou'ei . in eaily for vacuum clenner. '
V.C Waiirn. Main 'trtit. 15tf
Brinir viiiii liuje and pelts to l'iper's Market.
llihei'l iah l-i i.c Thone 1)J2.
i!rll w-jei.iMi . aiways on hand at J. K.
ripi'i's M.uket. Thone 1C2.
'lhelnM-' idca-. nt pi intinB. new type faces and
rxt ert w oi kmansliip at IJejrlster ofhce.
1 uill I ii mv. tu - at li, T. Champagne's store.
A. U AuMin 41tMayl3
Toii i ai i Ki-xnal thousand feet of stiictly
firsi.il.i h.nd v.'l (liiorinir. Jos. Itatlell. In-
quiie at K. . iti'i c.li r. 39tf
roMinna c hauiVtuir in priate family. Inquirc '
of l'eri Will iii-un. Bridport. Vt.. I!. I). No. 1. ltf
( "t :'.' :.P t.inefc ai.d desiKiis made on
tl.-itii-'n, ii lii.t' - j.freenhousij. i
- Iifiin Bakery for lunch or sipiaie
I' i .ii ii l) .in i t'i. Open day and
m .il. I "
SWEATERS in all the plain
color-i, Shawl Collar, Turtle
Neck, C'oat with and without
pockf.ts, V Ncck in Navy only
1 50 to $S 00
MACKINAW COATS in
Plain Colors also Plain Double
Breasted, Belt, with Shawl
Collar, Norfolk style with Mili
tary Collar and Belt
0 50 to ss 00
TOQUES m all the Plain
Colors and Combination ' of
25c to $1 75
U W X O No crcdit.
XIII5 WHITE STOItK.
Miss Florence Bullock is confined to
the house with an attack of append
icitis. Roy Bullock of Rutland spent Sunday
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Frank Bullock was unable to nttend
school Tuosday bccause of sirkness.
William Thomas has returncd from
Proctor and Rutland.
Napoleon Dosjadon is confined to the
house withan attack of rheumatism.
Mrs. P. E. Dillon is visiting at the
honio of her daughter, Mrs. B. J.
Wimett, in Fowler.
Mr. and Mrs. .J.amcs Farrell have re
turncd to their home in Rutland after a
short visit in town with relatives.
Mrs. Charles Cheney has returned
home atter spending a few days with
her parents in Center Rutland.
Miss Julia Carroll went on Monday
to Burlington, where she will spend the
N. S. Foote of St. Albans was a vis
itor in town the latter part of last
F. W. Beckwith has returned from a
few days business trip to Boston.
Mr. and Mrs. John L. Slafter and
childhave gone to White River Junc
tion for a few days' visit with relatives
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Eddy have re
turned to Laconia, N. H., after a short
stay at the home of his mother, Mrs.
E. M. Eddy on Seminary street.
Mrs. James II. Fletcher of Bridport
is ill at the home of her parentb. Mr.
and Mrs. Isaac L. Eells on North l'leas-1
The postponed meeting of the I.adics !
Aid society of the Methodist church,
will be held with Mrs. W. S. Huntley
next Tuesday af ternoon at 2::i0 o'clock.
This is the annual meeting and it is
hoped that all mombers will be present.
Father Daloy council, Knights of
Columbus, will hold thcir annual ban
(juet and ball at the town hall on the
evening of Thursday, January 30. Ban
quot from 8 to 10 aiul dancing from 10
The banns of marriage were an
nounced for the first time at St. Mar's
church of Silas Highter and Miss
Blanche Lawrenco. Both parties are
residents of Middlebury.
The water of the New Jlaven river
nearly reached its high water mark
on Sunday moniing lust and it was
feared tlisit the bridge near the N'ash
farm would be wa-ihed from its i nin
dation. Owing to the lngli wut. i the
west road leading irom Ni-w llim i to
Ihis town waiiiiinlc impa.-oabic.
' Mr.. .1. J. M.iin mg ol Ea-t M,
bury, W. L. I.n , .Mr. and Mr.-. Ii
Lee aml Mis Aln L'c ol tl.is
attended tln- lui i r.il of J. li. X. i .in
in liutlami on Wcunesday ui'ti-tnno .
Mr. and Mr-. .lolm II. Saicni wlio
, ha e bi-en in llol'i'ke, Ma-., lor th.'
ast two montli -. returiii il to town
i Tuesday night and expeet to remain
here for about a week, al'Urwhich they
( will return to Massachusetts to .spend
the balance of the winter.
j W. F. Hammond, superintendcnt of
the U. S. Morgan Horse Farm, is locat
ing breeding stations in Vermont and
New Ilampshire. Mr. Hammontl has j
J entire charge of the New England dis
trict. I I'rof. Charles B. Wright of the lOng-
lish departmont of Middlebury college,
gave a farewell party Monday evening
to tho faculty and their wives. Profes
sor Wright will leave Middlebury on
February G and expects to sail on Feb
ruary 8 for Italy, where he will enjoy a
leave of abscnce, Mrs. Wright and
daughter, Marjorie, will accompany
him. They expect to return for com
mencement. The annual meeting of the Ladies'
Library association will be held in the
library, Thursday, February G, at 4
p. m. An invitation is extended to the
women of Middlebury to become mem
bers of this association. The annual
fee is one dollar.
The Century club will mcet with Miss
Fannio Barber next Tuesday evening.
Louis Solleck and William Albeo have
gone to North Underhill for a week's
visit with relatives and friends.
A. L. Tucker has returned from
Chester, where he has been visiting rel
atives for the past two weeks.
Lake Dunmore lodge, No. 11, I. O. O.
F., will work the initiatory degree on
several candidates at their regular
meeting on Wednesday evening next.
Monday, market day, butter sold for
32 and 34 cents per pound and eggs 27
cents per dozen.
There will be a special convocation of
Potter chapter, No 22, R. A. M., in
Masonic hall, Tuesday evening, January
28, at 7:30. Work on the 4th, 5th, and
6th degrees. Refreshments.
Theron M. Crane returned to Rut
land Wednesday after a few days' visit
with relatives in Bridport and friends
in Midelebury. Mr. Crane expects to
make Middlebury his headquarters in
the insurance business for part of the
coming season at least.
The remains ot Lucius B. Dodge,
who died in Rutland Monday, were
brought here on the 11:25 o'clock train
Wednesday noon and taken to Wey
bridge, his former home, where the
burial took pace. Rev. Peter J. Hel
ler, pastor of tho Methodist church in
Salisbury, officiated at the house.
I. M. Taylor, L. J. Gorham and son,
Eril, havo returned from New York city
where they attended the auto show.
While in the city they attended the
porformnnce of "The Conspiracy" at
the Garrick thcatre in which the leading
part is taken by Jano Groy, who will be
favorably rememberod as Miss Mary
Laiock, a native of this town. Miss
Groy is a talented actross and has
steadily risen from minor parts to the
position of leading lady in the play with
which she is now connected.
The annual meeting of the Ladies'
Aid society of the Memorial Baptist
church was held in the churcli parlors
Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock.
There was a vcry large attendance of
the members and much interest was
manifested in the reports. The elcction
of oflicers of the society for the year re
sulted as follows: President, Mrs.
Charles F. Rogers; vice-president, Mrs.
Geo. W. Rose; secretary-treasurer, Mrs.
Philip E. Crane; directrt'sses, Mrs. R.
S. Benedict, Mrs. B. B. Brown and Mrs.
William Morcomb. After the business
meeting a supper was servul in the
church parlors at C:30 o'clock to which
the husbands of the members of the
society were inviti-d. The society is in
a fiourishingcondition andit is xpectri
much good will be accomplishi d duiiiifT
the coming year.
Tho fiinoothest and best
confection yet produced.
They're all the go wo
have them. :: : :
25 cents per
R. S. BENEDICT
'Phone 36-2 Battell Block
THE HOME OF
HOW DO YOU FEEL
One should feel good natured nnd Hatisfled. That is the way one
will feel if the digestive organa are working properly. No pain or
distress ehould follow a heartymeal. If there ia pain or diatress,
you need the aid of our
REXALL DYSPEPSIA TA1ILETS
m mi. Adose directly after eating will prevent alltrouble.
Hiese tablets stimulato the digestive organs, thereby increasing
the secretion or gastric juicea, which insures perfect aasimilation.
Price 25c, 50c, and $1.00 Per Box
OFI'OSITE POST OFFICE,
H. A. Sheldon,
Dr. W. II. Sheldjo
2:30 to 5:00 P. M.
Ladies and Children Especictlly
Best Bargains ,
Boys' Sui's and
CHENEY & CO
. T M 1111 st. MnlillHlnirv ii
AT OREAT REDUCTION
1000 Rolls of paper that sold
from 10-25 c. per Roll which
we are going to close out in
this sale at
, :: PER ROLL ::
MARSHALL'S OEP'T. STORE
CEO. E. MARSHALL,
" Middlehury, - - . Vermont.
IflOIilO I .V C'HANCK liKBOKK I
B ANNUAL INVENTORY
N".v i llif time to gtt Home chnuefs which will lm soon nnnm.-d up mnl
mi liail betti'r lome eaily to takn advantue of tliuin while they are gi'iiiK
Men's Workine: Shoes
n asaortniPnt thuC aro worth fram 2 00 to S2 50
whu-li we are clouing out at
KDW W UfiWI.ANI) AND EDWIN CLIFFOItl) (INC )
Wednesday, Jan. 29.
ONK NIOHT ONLY
Prices 35c, 50c, 75c, and a few at $1 00
Children 25 c
St oo n p2ir H
Our Regular Lines
ri' here for you, at prices that r. preseiit a Kod sHving for you. Thny
an- the W. 1... Dougliia and All AmericH for men, the" Jtoardnmn
for Ladieu, the Walton for Girls and ilu J V. S. for Boa.
Suits and Coats
For men, woineu, and children, utnl they are going to you thii tnne to
close them out to make room for more new gooila at 50 centa on
China Dog Coats
Worth $18 00; we havo a few left, which you may have at S12 00
-vvlille tlicy lnst.
MIDDLEBURY SUPPLY CO.
Tho Store That Satisflea, Near the R. R. Bridge,