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MIDDLEBURY, VERMONT, FRTDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1913.
3 5 oo Overcoats, $ 5 00 Suits,
now 4 25 now d 25
7 50 Overcoats, 7 50 Suits,
now 5 75 now 5 75
10 00 Overcoats, 10 00 Suits,
now S 00 now S 00
2 00 Overcoats, 12 00 Suits,
now 0 00 now ) 00
-5 00 Overcoats, 15 00 Suits,
now 11 00 now 11 00
8 00 Overcoats, 18 00 Suits,
now M 00 now 14 00
20 00 Overcoats, 2Q QQ Sui
now 15 00 now 15 00
25 00 Overcoats, 25 00 Suits,
now 1S 00 now 1S 00
I ves & Shambo,
JF YOU WANT SOMHTIIING KKAL KICK IX
Something tliat will give you moro Real Service and Solid
Comfort than you've ever liail before, try a pair of Klite Shoes
for men or Queen Quality and Grover for ladies. ;if you're a
little hard to fit, we've got leatlierH and hch tlmt can't help
but appeal to your good tufto and jmlgment, in fnet we'll
show you moro notable styles in vm ious iHathers llian you'll
tee in any otliPr store in this section and our guarantce goes
with every pair. We have a nico asortment of l'honograph
Records for tho dlfTerent (lislc nnchinep, Como in and hear
them. flore Shoes added to our Bargain Tables. IJDo not
ask us for credit Our Terms are C'asli.
W. E. CLEMENT,
Tlie IIljj Slioc Store
Middlebury, :: Vermont.
NewYork Middlebury Alutnnl Hold
Largest Ro-unlon In History.
Last Friday evening the Middlebury
Collega Alumni association of New
York and vicinity hold the largest re
union in the history of this association,
nearly seventy graduates being present.
Delmonico's celebrated restaurant at
Fifth avenuc nnd Forty-fourth street
was the place. The presiding oflicer
was Carl A. Mead, '91, presjdent of ihe
association. Govornor Fletcher, who
hnd accepted an invitation to be pres
ent, sent a letter of regret, explaining
that the scssicn of the Legistttture
detained him in Montpelier. PiesiJent
Thomas and Dean Lambert represented
the college. Another spcaker was Col.
Calfey of New York, a graduate of
Iloward college, Alabama, which was
founded by Samuel S. Sherman, Middle
bury, '!!S, now tho oldest living grad
uate. A most interesting address was
dclivered by Ilon. James M. Gifford,
'77, who compared tho college when hc
was a student with tho Middlebury of
to-day. Then there were 51 students,
while the present catalogue shows an
cnrollmcnt of 330. Tho faculty then
numbered eight, instead of tho present
28. The attendance in '77 was almost
oxclusively from western Vermont,
whereas now every State in New Eng
land is represented. A pleasant fea
turo of the dinnor was the music fur
nished by the college nuartotte, com-
posed of Messrs. Pollard, Chandler,
Cassavant nnd Atwood.
Among the alumni and guests were
ex-Gov. Stewart, ex-Gov. McCullough,
W. H. Porter, Rev. J. L. Barton,
Braincrd Kellogg, Geo. M. Wright,
.1. M. Giirord, Judge Chester B. Mc
Laughlin, Judge E. V. llatch, Judge
R. H. Smith, John A. Fletcher, W. W.
Gay, Dr. M. Allen Starr, II. K. Twitch
ell, W. I. Twitchell, Dr. C. B. Warner,
Charles E. Bush, W. O. Jones, vice
president tho National Park bank,
II. M. Conkey, cashier the Chase Na
tional bnnk, R. L. Carr, E. M. Willcox,
Percy Wilds, Sanford H. Lane, E. L.
Cushman, T. D. Wells, W. II. Button,
'.V H. Button, II. P. Stimson, L. W.
J Severy, II. D. Leach and E. S. S. Sun
derland. The following ollicors were
j elected for the ensuing year; I'resi
' dent, Judge Richard II. Smith; secre
tary, Hnrold D. Leach; committee,
, Sanford II. Lane, Percy Roberts, A. C.
Raymond II. Benedict of this village,
I son of Mr. and Mrs. Ransom Benedict,
I and Miss Martha Euretta Leonard,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W.
Leonard of Shoreham, were marriod
at All Saints' Episcopal church in that
town Tuesday evening in the presenco
of a large number of friends and rela
tives. The ceremony was performed
by Rev. John E. Bold. Aftor a two
weeks' wedding tour they will reside
on Court street in this village. Mr.
Benedict has been proniinently con
nectod with tho Benedict grocery busi
ncss in this village for the past two
years. Tho young couple were tho
recipients of a number of useful and
costly presents and their many friends
in this village and Shoreham extend
congratulatious and best wishes for a
long and prosperous life.
Rosolutlon to Expend $10,000 on
New Roads Defeated.
A special villago meeting was held in
the town hall Tuesday evening. The
meeting was called to order by Mode
rator Charles I. Button and on account
of the absence of Village Clerk J. M.
Burke, through illness, Dr. P. L. Dorey
was made clork. Tho meeting was
called in pursuancc to a call by a num
ber of the voters to sce if the town
wotild vote the trustees power to
negotiato the loan of ?10.000 to be ex
pended on the roads in this villago.
Allen R. Sturtevant introduced a rcso
lution to empov. or the trustees to bor
row $10,000 and the same to be ex
pended on the building of roads to the
village limit on Court street and on
North Pleasant street to the village
line. Professor McFarland introduced
an amendment that a committee of five
be appointed, two of whom to be mem
bers of the board of trustees to in
vestigate and report at a futuro meet
ing whore those roads woro most badly
needed, the sum of $f0 to be allowed
for their expcnses. After considerablo
discussion by sevoral of the voters the
original resolution as introduced by Mr.
Sturtevant was brought to a ballot and
resulted in its defeat by a vote of 81
against 82 for tho adoption of tho reso
lution and the motion to appropriate
$10,000 was lost. No further business
appearing beforo the special meeting a
motion to adjourn was made and car-ried.
VIM, VIGOB, AND
When you are weak and debilitated there is trouble in regaining
your vitality beeauso all of tho organs of tho body are debilitated.
Your heart, stomach, liver nnd kidneys must be nble to work
harder before you can bo built up. That is why our
is ho effective a remedy in nny run-down condition. It renows
the activity of the vital organs and nupplies inaterial to mako new
blood and to revitalize the nervo centers.
Price 89c for Full Pint Bottle.
Sheldon's Rexall Store,
OITOSITE TOST OFFICE,
II. A. Sheldon, 1847. Dr. W. H. Sheldon, 1913.
MEMOIIIAI, I1APT1ST CI1UUCII.
Rev. Richard B. Esten, D. D., Pastor.
Mornirig wornhip at 10:4.". Preaching
by the pnstor Subject, "A Sound from
HeavHii." Sunday schnol at 12 111.;
ChrHtian Enlpavor at 0:45 ; evening
worxhip at 7:'o0 Preuching by pastor.
Snbject, 'The Gopel from the Earth."
Coidial welcume to all. Union service,
ST. STEPHEN'S CHUKCH.
Rev. John Evans Bold, Rector.
Sunday 7:30 a. 111., Iloly Cotumunimi.
Sumiiiy 10:15 a. 111. Morninn l'rayer
and Serinon. (Iloly Cominuniou lirst
Suudrfy of the iiiiuilli).
Sunday 7:30 p. 111. Evening Prayer.
Meetiiinn of Woinau'ti Anxiliary and
Aid Societies lit Tlinrsday 3 p. m.
Mcetings of (JirU Friendly Soeiety
second amt fourtli Wdnt-idayn 7 p. 111.
Siuiday Schnol atier inoriiinn f-erviee.
Ri-ctorv No. U!) Main street.
A good tool is like an old friend
tried and true. Be sure you
buy right. Come to a store
Where we know your needs
and cater to them because we
want you to come back.
John H. Stewart,
Iloly ('oiniiiuninn, Wedne.--day
a. m, Friday, 10:30 a ni.
Evening Praer, Mmidny, Tuenday,
TlmrMl.iy and Satunlay, 1:15 p. in.
ICveimiK Pi'av. r wiih addie.tK, Wednes
day and Fridtv, 7:30 p. m.
The circulation of books lor January,
1912, has been 2002, of magazines 50,
making 11 total of 2118, an average of
100 a day. Of the book circulation 59
pcr cent. was fiction; 11 per cent. non
fiction; 30.'per cent. juvonile, of which
ono-oighth was not stories. The num
ber of those taking books since the
library was made free, but not beforo,
has been increased by 42, making the
number now 930. The entire number
of those who have taken books since
May. 1, 1911, is 1300.
Rev. A. A. Lancaster, Pastor.
Morniug worship, 10:15. Serinon by
the pastor Sllbj-ct, "The Hanil of
tiod." liible i-eliool at noon. ClasscH
for all. The church will uuite in tlm
union eervicen to be held in ihe Baptist
church Sunday ovening in connection
with the boyn' vpecial t-ervicesi. Friday
afternoon at :15 the nstor will hold a
Lenten ehs for the children between
the anes 0f 10 and M The aini of tho
elasn is to iiiHtiuct the children in the
t'hsentials of the Chriatian faith.
Boy Scouts Week.
Boy Scout week will be observed
Feb. 8-15. In connection with this ob
servanco a union service will be held in
tho Baptist church Sunday evening.
L. A. Morhouse of tho Addison County
Y. M. C. A. will speak and there will
be reports given of tho rocent con
ference for boys held nt Saxtons River.
Eugeno Boyce and Homer Harris will
make the reports. All the boys and
young men are especially invited. The
Boy Scouts, both patrols, will attend in
B E R
That we are headquarters for feeds of
all kinds that are profitable to use.
A car ot corn goods this week at the
lowest price that you will see this
winter. Call us up.
"The Big Store"
Salisbury, :: Vermont.
GET IN LINE
and get your share of the
money saving bargains of
C. N. ATWOOD & CO.
Middlebury, -:- -:- Vermont.
Made by Stein-Bloch
and Leopold-Morse Co.
25 Pat nfvnt. S
Ofi Regular Price
No matter how soon
you've got to have a
suit, you better buy
Come In For a Look
Oheney & Co.,
niodcrti Amcrlcnu Clotblcrs
38 Main St..
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