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VOL. LXXVIII.
MIDDLEBURY, VERMONT, FRIDAY, KEI3RUARY 14, 1913.
NO. 7.
Beginning Friday,
Jan. 24
Overcoat Sale
$ 5 oo Overcoats,
now
7 50 Overcoats,
now
10 00 Overcoats,
no'v
i 00 Overcoats,
now
15 00 Overcoats,
now
:8 00 Overcoats,
now
20 00 Overcoats,
now
25 00 Overcoats,
now
U 25
5 75
s 00
0 00
11 00
14 00
15 00
1S 00
Suit Sale
$ 5 00 Suits,
7 50 Suits,
now 4 25
now
10 00 Suits,
now
1 2 00 Suits,
now
15 00 Suits,
18 00 Suits,
20 00 Suits,
25 00 Suits,
now
now
now
now
O 4 O
s 00
0 00
J
11 00
14 00
15 00
18 00
FARMERS' INSTITUTE
POMONA GRANGE MEETS-
FOR SALE One Kitchen Stove in good condition. Quick
sale desired. Inquire, Ives & Shambo's Store.
Ives & Shambo,
COIIIl BI.OCK
Middlebury,
Vermont
IF YOU WANT SOMETIIING KBAL NICE IN
F O OTWEAR
Something tlmt will give you more Ueal Service and Solid
Comfort than you've ever lisnl before, try a pair of Elite SIioh
for men or Queen Quality and Qrover for ladiea. Vlf you're a
little hard to fit, we've got leathers and lasts lliat can't help
but appeal to your good taBte nml judiiinent, in fact we'll
show you more notable styles in various leatherH than -you'll
Bee in any other store in this eection und our guarantee ko's
with every pair. IWe have a nico asaortnient of PhonogrHph
Records for the ditlerent disk tnachine?. Come in and liear
them. lore Slioes udded to our Bargain Tables. Do not
ask U9 for credit Our Terms are Cabli.
W. E. OLEMENT,
Tlie Ilijj Slioc Store
Middlebury, :: Vermont.
Program of the Meetlng to be
Held tn Middlebury
Thc second Addison County Farmers
institute under tho nuspices of the
Bureau of Animal industry, United
Statcs Department of Agriculture,
the Addison County Agricultural
society, the Stato Agricultural college,
and Middlebury college will bo held in
this village February 21 and 22. The
mceting on the first day will be held in
the town hall and the second day nt
the United States Morgan horse farm.
The meetings will be free and all are
cordially invited. There will be -ieveral
experts present from the agricultura!
department at Washington and will
give addresscs. The following is tho
programme:
FltlDAY FEItRUARY 21.
10:00 a. m. Town hall, Middlebury.
Public meeting of the -Addison County
Cow Testing association. Mr. G. Arthur
Bell and I'rofessor Andrew A. Borland.
will be guests of the association.
1:30 p.m. Town hall. General sub
ject: Concerning Farm Management,
with sub-titles as lollows: "
With Hoference to Orchard Practice,
Professor Marshall Baxter Cummings,
Professor of Horticulture, State Agri-1
cultural college, University of Vermont.
With Reference to Soil Handling,
Professor Joseph Lawrence Hills, Dean,
Stato Agricultural college, University
of Vermont.
With Refrence to the Dairy and Es
pecially to Feeding, Professor Andrew
Allen Borland, Professor of Animal and
Dairy Husbandry, State Agricultural
college, University of Vermont.
7:30 p. m. Town hall. Address,
"The Work of the United States De
partment of Agriculture for House
keepers," by Dr. C. F. Langworthy, in
charge of nutrition investigations,
United States Department of Agri
culture. Address by George M. Rommell,
Chief, Animal Husbandry Division,
United States Department of Agri
culture. "Agriculture as a Profession
and as a Business. "
SATUKDAY, FEBHUAKY, 22.
9:00 a. m. "Feeding Silage to Horses
as Illustrated on the United States
Morgan Horse Farm" by W. F. Ham
mond, Supt.
10:00 a. m. A judging demonstration
of Morgan horses. Conductedby George
M. Rommell, Chief, Animal Husbandry
Divison, United States Department of
Agriculture.
11:00 a. m. A judging demonstration
of Ayrshire cattle. Conducted by G.
Arthur Bell, in charge of certification
of pedigrees of impofted breeding anf
mals, Animal Husbandry Division,
United States Department of Agri
culture. 12:00 to 1 :30 p. m. Recess : Lunch.
1:30 p.m. A judging demonstration
of Southdown sheep. Conducted by E.
L. Shaw, in charge of sheep and goat
investigation, Animal Husbandry Div
ision, United States Department of
Agriculture.
2:30 p. m. A judging demonstration
of poultry, using typical representatives
of the Barred Plymouth Rocks, White
Plymouth Rocks, White Wyandottes,
Rhode Island Reds, and Buff Orping
tons. Conducted by Harry M. Lamon,
in charge of poultry investigations,
Animal Industry Division, United States
Department of Agriculture.
The correct dates of the Addison
County Farmers' Institute are Friday
and Saturday, February 21 and 22.
There has been some confusion in the
announeements in some of the papcrs,
but the above are the correot dates.
RE
BER
That we are headquarters for feedsof
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.
FRANK C. DYER
"The Big Store"
Salisbury, :: ' Vermont.
Teachers' pxnmination Felmiury 27
and 28 at Middlebury Graded school
building.
Installatlon of Officers - Resolu
tions Introduocd.
The C. J. Bell Pomona Grange held a
well attended meeting here in the
Grange hall Wednesday. The meeting
was called to order by Willis N. Cady,
State master, at 10:30 o'clock and after
some routino business,, Mr. Cady, assist
ed by his wife and Miss Carrie Dewey,
installcd tho following officers df the
Pomona Grange; Master, A. W. Foote
of Cornwall; overseer, C. W. ' Jones of
Sudbury; lecturer, Mrs. T. C. Varney of
Bristol; steward, C. E. Knowlton of
Brandon; iissistant steward, Allen Lar
row of Vcigennes; chaplain, M. J. Lan
don of New Haven; treasurer, H. L.
Ilunt of Middlebury; secretary, W. F.
Bump of Salisbury; gatekecper, T. G.
Easton of Shoreham; Ceres, Mrs. A. W.
Foote of Cornwall; Pomona, Mrs. D. E.
Meech of Monkton; Flora Mrs. A. T.
Clark of Addison ; lady assistant steward,
Mrs. Allen Larrow of Vergennes;
pianist, Mrs. J. E. Dyer of Salisbury.
There was a question box which was
opened just before the noon hour which
drew out many questions of interests.
Dinner was served in the hall by the
local Grangers to the visitors which
represented every part of the district.
The afternoon meeting was called to
order at 2 o'clock and the fifth degree
was conferrpd on a large class. Greet
ing was given by Willis N. Cady, mas
ter of the Middlebury Grange, and the
response was by the master of the
Shoreham Grange. Miss Grace Holden
gave a fine piano solo and was followed
by an address by Pres. John M. Thomas
of Middlebury college, who spoke on
"Educational Needs in Vermont,"
which drew the closest attention of the
large audience. Mrs. William Church
of Cornwall sang a solo; R. W. Osborn
readapaperon "Which Is Most Im-
portant, Life or Fire Insurance?"
James English recited a recitation,
after which followed a discussion "Corn
Contest" by C. H. Willey, C. E. Knowl
ton, C. W. Jones and A. T. Clark after
which came the closing song of the
Grange.
Master A. W. Foote in his address
strongly urged the Grange to take
action at onco to secure an expert for
Addison county.
The following resolutions were intro
duced during the meeting:
Whereas: Our Father, theGreatMas
ter of All, has called one more recruit
I to ioin His Grange from Whiting. Be
iit
Resolved, That we tho C. J. Bell
Pomona Grange, extend to the family,
Bro. II. C. Kelsey, our sympathy. Be
it
Resolved, That the secretary be in
structed to send a copy of this resolu
tion to tho family.
R. M. Osbokn.
Samuel Rose.
Committee.
Whereas, Several of the Counties of
the State have already secured Agricul
tural Experts 10 their advantage and
irofit, and
Whereas, the presence of such au
Agricultural Expert in Addison County
we believe to be very desirable.
Therefore, We, theC. J. Bell Pomona
Grange. urge the Subordinate Granges
to secure such an expert in our own
county, and for this purposo call a
mceting at an early date.
Whereas, We have in the past few
years, worked in harmony and unity
with our retiring Master, now our State
Master, be it
Resolved, That we are sincere in our
appreciation of his service in our behalf,
and be it further
Resohed, That we cooperate and
work together with our new leader, W.
M. A. W. Foote.
Continued on Page 5
GrET IN LIJNE
and get your shara of the
money saving bargains of
fered by
0. N. ATWOOD & CO.
Main Street
VIM, VIGOR AND
VITALITY
When you are weak and debilitated there is troublo in regaining
your vitality becauso all of tho organs of the body are debilitated.
Your heart, Btotnacb, liver and kidneys must bo able to work
harder beforo you can bo built up. That is why our
REXALL SYRUP
HYPOPHOSPHITES COMPOUND
is 80 effective a remedy in any run-down condition. It renews
the activity of tho vital organs and supplies material to make new
blood and to revitalize the nerve centers.
Price 89c for Full Pint Bottle.
Sheldon's Rexall Store,
orrosiTK post okfici:,
H. A. Sheldon, 1847. Dr. W. H. Sheldon, 191 3.
Tools
A good tool is like an oM 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,
HARDWARE
Middlebury, - - - Vermont.
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I
Come In and Look
Thatfs all we ask of you.
If you can do better else
where you'll know it
then.
Odd Suits and
Overcoats
One-Fourth Off
Every suit is new and
can be worn any time or
place.
We Are Always Glad
To Show You.
Come in and see how
good a Suit you can buy
for a little Money.
Oheney & Oo.,
niotlcrn Amcrlcnn Clotlilcrs
38 Main St..' '.Middlebury. Vt.
Middlebury,
Vermont.
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