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THE MIDDLEBURY KEGISTER.
FEBRUARY 14, 1913
Having bought the stock
and fixtures of the H. B. Dut
ton Pharmacy 1 wish to an
nounce to the public of Mid
dlebury that I will conduct a
first-class drug store and shall
be pleased to meet all the old
patrons and many new ones.
A Full Line of IJruffS
C. O. FROST
The A. D. S Pharmacy
THE WEATHEIt IN MIDDLEUUIIY.
ron Tiiu wrxK ending feii. 12. 1013.
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Thursdny, fair; Fridoy. fair; Saluiday
Sumlny,' cliar; Momlny, cltuulj ; Tumday,
Itccord kcot by II. A. I'ecic.
Noticcs undcr Ihis hcad lcn cents pcr lino
first Insertion; five ccnts per line succeedinfr In
Bertlons. Count scven sbort words to line or bIx
Go to Itocchi'R for a lunch.
Mileaue Ilooks at Marshall's.
Rocchi's is opcn at all hours.
New datcA in bulk at Calvi's.
For elioicc meats. Phone 102.
Mlleaees to rent. C. F. Hich.
Try Gorhani for the best Imtter.
Tripe in Iteirs at I'iper's Market.
Flour, asic Gorham before buyinir.
Roccbi's is llie piacc for cool drinka.
Green cut bone at I'iper's Market.
Very fancy nrape fruit at Calvi's,
Guernsey cartlicnware at Sheldon's.
Salt saltnon in pailsat I'iper's Market.
Fresh Kround Huckwheat at Itenedict's.
Fresh fisb at all tiines, Gorham & Son. ,
Homc made piea a specialty at Itocchi's.
Salt herrinKs in pails at I'iper's Market.
Oystors fresh each day at Gorham Market,
Eke and poultry wanted. Gorham & Sons.
Fon Hi:nt-A barn. C. I. Button. -lltf
Notlce Gcc Sister sale on papre 8. Ct2
Hiree mackercl fcr 25 cents at I'iper's Market.
Home cured ham and bacon at Piper's Market.
Tork jars-10, 12, 15, 20, 25 and 30 gal. Sheldon'f .
Florida orannes and urape fruit at Henedict't-
Miilineryat rciluced priccs, Mlss Bruya, Dyer
Genuine clearance sale on all trimmed hats,
Enpcraved or printed callintr cards at the Regis
For tcood printintr of all description call at ReK
Watclwnaker and optician, nothlnEtoodilTicult.
Stewart healer for sale A-No. 1 condition.
Enquiro Cheney & Co.
Orwell cheeses are cuttinir fine now, rich and
mcllow, IC. S. Iiencdict.
LarK bloater Mackerel 25c per pound at Piper's
Furnihhed rooin to rent, board if desired. 20
Colleue St. 7t2
Wanteil lloarders and roomers 17 Seminary
Fruit and vewetables, fresh line. Gorham &
Crihco for shortcnlntf 25c, 50c and $1.00 per can
Stx large salt herrinKs for 25c at
Fresh fitli every day durinfr the Lenten scason
at Piper's Market.
Lool; at iur full linc of funcy checses at Gor
ham & Son's,
Dried beef in chunks nt J. K. Piper's'iMar
ket. Tliour 102.
Small smoked herrlngs In boxes 25c per Lox at
Full llno of sleiuh" just orilvcd, rcady for in
spection. Ii. O. Allen. Mtf
White & Gold canncd coods, a full llnc nt
New cfttuly just nrrived, a specialty for Sntur
dny, 2Sc pcr pound at Calvi's.
Hennctt typcwrltcrs for sale nt $18 cach.
WrlKht Cawell & Co. "tl
A furnished room to rent. InqUlre at tl Maln
Street. . Ct2
Montpelier crackers 23c per box for Frlday ond
Saturday. Gorham & Son. "tl
Fon Sale Ilarred Plymouth ftock cockercls.
Auslln Pcck, East Middlebury, Vt, 47t3mp
Illdesand poultry and produce, brlng to Gor
ham & Son.
Taylor's Homc Bakary better prcparod than
ever to serve in thc bakery line.
Slx larKc smokcd herrlngs for 25c at
Fresh vefretables always on hand at J. K
Piper's Market. 'Phone 102.
Dry mountaln stovo wood $2.60 per cord dellv
ercd. Gorham JJros.
Gct your orders in carly for vacuum cleancr.
F. C. Warren, Maln street. 15tf
Drlnfr your hldes and pelts to Piper's Market.
Hlghcst cash price. Phone 102.
The latest Ideas In printinjr, new typc faces and
expcrt workmanshlp nt Kegister ofTice,
SuRar Extra finc irranulated In 100 1b. bags;
Spcclal price. Gorham & Sons.
I will buy raw furs at G. T, ChampaRne's store.
A. L. Austln. 44tMayl3
Positlon aa chaufTeur Iti private fnmlly. Inquire
of Perry Wllklnson. Ilridport, Vt.. U. D. No. 1. ltf
Wanted on shareg, n farm carryinB 15 or 20 cows
and tools, March 1st. M., care of Itecister Co. Ctlp
Cut flowers nt nll tlmea and deelgns mado ,on
Bhort noticc nt Hunt's Krcenhousc.
Go to Taylor's Home Ilakery for lunch or squarc I
mcal. IJetter preparetl than. ever. Open day and
Fon Sale Oriran wlth plano case, in cood con
dition; will scll chcap. J. II. Saruent nt Middle
bury Inn. Gtf
Slabs delicrcd, $1.75 per cord; mixod wood de-
livercd, $2.00 per cord; best hard wood delivcrrd.
$2.50 per cord. L. O. Allen. Ctl
Cows Wantep A fcw younu farrow cows or
hclfcrs; wilto or call up. C, I Jackson, Ver
gennes, Vt. CtCp
Furnished house wanteil In or ncar Middlebury
fortmall famlly for Julyand August. Addrcss
J. A. Pcck, Middlebury. Ctl
Iircad nnd pastryA full lino of Taylor's fresh
homc made on hand nt all times. Freo delivcry at
Gorham's store of everything good to eat.
Wanted A man to buy live stock, ono that
knows the value. One at Whiting, ono at Ver
gennes. Itobert Leggett, Middlebury, Vt. 7tl
For Sale Used Oliver typewriter No. E. In
good condition nnd all nght in every way, at
nbout half price. L. C. Husscll. 60tf
If you havc money to loan comc nnd tell mo
nbout it. If you wish to borrow money come and
tell mebbout It. A. W. Dickcn?. 25tf
Foit Sale Three good young horses and two
or three young cows. Inquire of K. G. S. Illlnn,
Middlebury, It. D. 2. ltf
Highest priccs in cash paid for pork, beef, vcal
and mutton: pork a specialty. Telephoneor write
to Itosenthal & Koble, Witherbee, N. Y. 4Stf
Tho millinery busincss of Mrs. Ilrough nnd
thc jcwelcry and optlcal busincss of It. L. Iirough
has moved to Ilattcll Block, 52 Maln Strect. Como
and bcc us.
Horses For Sale or Exchanged A numbcr of
good, all around serviceable horses for sale rea-
sonablo or cxchange. W. L. Stowe, Salisbury,
Vt, phone 1-1. 7tf
TEACIinns Wantkd-A few teachers for sum-
mer positions. Also a few to begln immediately,
For appointment call, telephone or write Mr. G.
G. Agnew, The Sargent, Middlebury. Ctlp
Twcnty-five Horses A new car load expectrd
to nrrive at our stables on or before January 24th
One half of the consignmcnt mares weighing
from 1000 to 1500 Ibs. F. Landon & Son, Bilstol.
After Feb. 17, 1013, P.ock Island Mill, Weybridge.
undcr a new management will runCdaysin thc
wcek doing all kinds of custom work, including
flour and buckwheat. A competent mtller will be
n charge. Come nnd try us. Thompson, Shaw
& Co. 7tl
"A. C. Woodwnrd lias enteretl thc env
jiloy of Cai-1 Frost, who recently pur
chnsed thc Dutton drug store.
Owing to llie lack of snow tho Mid
dlubury Cooperago company were un
Hermon Pouliot family and will soon
move to Sprjngfield, Mass., whoru thcir
youngest son has a position.
Tho Labareu socioty of tho Congrt1-
cational church held a well attended
dlubury (Jooperago company were un- b ---
ablctokceptheir plantinoperatlonias nieetingat the home of Mrs. I-rank
vooiilt tlio nlnnt. hns. hnnn c nsrt for uniawui u. mu.mu.y ulihuuu.
"B. STERN and SON
to measure clothes
Ui8 oo to $35 oo
S oo to 12 OO
15 00 to 35 00
Correct styles and ht guaran-
teed SonnGr samples now
ready for your inspection.
UU1 0 No Crccllt
THE WHITK STOIIE.
The library will be closed Saturday,
The Essay club will meet with Miss
Elizabeth Farnsworth on Wednesday,
Mrs. Ernest Rich has gone to Wash
ington, D. C, where she will spend
some time with her son, Harry Wil
liams. and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Wooster have
returned from a t'en days' visit with
relatives and friends in Rutland.
Miss Ada Smith has returned to her
home in Ludlow after a two weeks
stay with friends.
E. A. McEvoy has returned from
NewYork city where he went a week
ago with two car loads of furs and
Road Commissioner Hartwcll Dan-
yew, who has hau a three weeks
severe illness with the grip and
threatened with pneumonia, is able to
Mrs. Ii. J. Mulcahy and son have re
turned to their home in Hardwick after
a visit of three weeks with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs, James Sinon on Iligh
George Shambo is making extensivc
improvements to his property on Wey
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lamb and
children have gone to Rutland where
they will spend a few days' with relatives.
The Ladies' of St. Stephen's church
will hold a food sale in the chapel on
Saturday, February 15, from 1 to 3:30.
The Girls Friendly society met with
Miss Belle Wright of Main street
The Fortnightly club met Wednesday
with Mrs. A. W. Dickens. The program
included songs by Mrs. Barter and Mrs.
S. S. Eddy and piano solos by Mrs.
Stewart and Mrs. McGilton. The com
posers of the day were Thome and
Workmen from Farnsworth & Co.,
have completed the work of installing
plumbing and heating systema in the
Middlebury Inn formerly the Allen
The condition of Mrs. WilliamJPinney,
who has been ill at her home on Sey
mour street for several weeks, is slowly
The board of clvil authorities will
meet in the town clerk's office Satur
day morning at 10 o'clock for the hear-
ing of grievancea and tho abatementof
the past two weeks.
Word has been received here stating
that the condition of Frank L. Browe,
who was taken to the Mary Fletcher
hospital last Wednesday Biiffering from
rheumatism, remains about the same.
Royal Bentley of Rutland, a former
resident of this town, is visiting rela
tives and friends here.
A. Gatti hasrcturned from a business
trip to Rutland.
Allen R. Sturtevant is making extcn
sivo repairs on the house which he re
cently purchased on College street.
H. B. Dutton, who has been in the
drug business here for the past three
years and who rpcently sold tho busi
ness to Carl 0. Frost of this town will
go today to Montpelier fora visit.
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Howard of St.
Johnsbury returned to their home Wcd
nesdav after a week's stay in town
Lake Dunmore lodge, No. 11, I. O.
O. F., conferred tho iniatory dcgree on
two candidates at their regular meeting
Mrs. Mary Rawson of Whiting was in
town Wednesday to visit her son, who
is a student in the Middlebury Iligh
Felix Cole, jr., has gone to Rutland
where he has a position with the Green
Mountain Marble Co.
Felix Cole, sr., who has been sick for
the past week, is able to be out again
The Middlebury Grange will hold an
irnnortant meetinirthis evening. A full
attendance is desired.
County Fish and Game Warden George
Chaffce arrested George Tyrell of I'ort
Henry, N. Y., for illegal fishing. He
was taken before Judge Dickens and
was found guilty and fined $13.34 which
Miss Mary Brown has returned from
Benson, where she has been visiting
relatives for llie past week.
A. C. Lamb has gone to Rutland for
a few days' stay on business.
The Middlebury Branch of the Ver
mont Marble Company have a gang of
men at work putting in new head gates
at the power station.
Mrs. George Bannister and son and
Miss Esther Bullock have gone to St.
Albans for a visit.
Charles R. Cheney and family will
move March 1 from the Marshall house
on Pleasant street to the one recently
vacated by J. Sterling Moran of Court
Walter W. Martin went on Thursday
to Ferrisburg to visit his brother,
Stoddard Martin, and family.
The following letters rcmain un
claimed at the local post office: Miss
F. H. Clark, Miss Mary Ellis, Mrs. D.
Pride, M. J. Cronan, Clnyton Leadovv,
M. W. Lewis, A. G. Moore, Homer B.
Nichols, Thomas E. Price, H. R. Wood-
ward, Esq., (2).
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Warren of Wey
bridge street are the parents of a son.
D. D. Hope has made some needed
improvements to his residence on Court
H. J. Hayes has returned from Bur
lington, where he spent Sunday with
Mrs. Frank Gilmore has returned
Irom St. Albans.
Master of the State Grange Willis N.
Cady has returned from Rutland, where
Saturday evening he made an oflicial
visit to Rutland Valley Grange and
assisted in conferring degreeson several j
The Ladies' Aid society of the Memo
rial Baptist church met with Mrs. B. B.
Brown Wednesday afternoon at her
home on Court street.
Phelps Coolihan is confined to his
home on South street with a severe
Ira H. LaFleur, who was called to
BayCity, Mich., by the death of his
sister, has returned.
Mrs. Myra Stiles of Morrisville is the
guestat Mr. and Mrs. John Stiles.
Samuel E. Meekin has sold his house
on College street to Allen R. Sturte
vant; cunsideration, $2,450.
George Stone, who has resided on the
Piper stock farm in the west part of
this town for some time, will soon move
with his family to Weybridge. Victor
Noble of Hancock has been engaged to
operate the stock farm and will move
with his family there soon.
A houso on the East Middlebury road,
belonging to Jerry Brasseau, was partly
destroyed by fire Saturday afternoon.
The fire was discovered by Clinton Tis-
dale, who summoned help and after a
half hour's work with pails of wnter
the blaze was extincuished. The loss
will be about $200, covered byinsurance,
The fire Btarted from an overheated
chimney in.the upper part of the
Sunday night was the coldest that
has occurred in this scction this year.
In many places the thermometer regis
tered 12 degrees below zero. The local
icemen are now in hopes of harvesting
the usual amount of ice.
Upon going to his barn on Sunday
morning last Ira H. LaFleur found one
of his valuable cows dead, the animal
having strangled during the night.
Mrs. Susan Cushman, who has been
ill at her home on Court street for the
! past five weeks, is able to be about
While in and about San Francisco
Mrs. M. A. Munroc and her sister, Mrs.
Andrews, were very pleasantly enter-
tained by Mrs. Elizabeth Brainerd
Plehn and Mrs. Viola Brainerd Baird of
Berkeley and Mrs. B. Sturtevant-Peet
and Mrs. Beaumelle Kimball of Pied
mont, former neighbors of Mrs. Mun-
roe. Un two uilterent occasions lormer
Middlebury people were asked to join
the merry party. Mrs. B. Sturtevant-
Peet, her son-in-law and daughter, Mr.
and Mrs. B. S. Kimbair, are to leave
for Europe in April for an indefinite
HOW DO YOU FEEL
Our Village Walks and Hlghways
We understand that Mr. Battell is
inclined to be quite liberal again in
connection with improvement of the
sidewalks and highways in this village.
That is, assuming that the efTort to
have the village borrow $10,000 or
$12,000 for 10 or 12 years has been given
up, asit is understood to be.
Mr. Battell jnforms us that by care-
ful measurement it appears that the
$2,000 which he contributed to the
Weybridge street stone road last sea-
son, buiit a little over halt ot the uis-
tance from the beginning of that high
way to the height of land at the end
This roaa was built under the man
agement of Mr. Buttolph, and is under
stood to have been well done. It is
entirely of stone with a liberal width
of 1G feet.
As we understand, Mr. Battell is
willing to contribute $1000 townrds the
finishing of this road. It is not ex
pected that the remaining part will be
quite as expensive as that which has
been built, anddoubtless the sum neces
sary to finish it will be quickly raised,
the village, if necessary, contributing a
Mr. Battell is also ready to pay half
the expense of a first class stone side
walk from the Young Ladies' Dormitory
on College Hill, to Father Shannon's
It is also understood that Mr. Battell
will contribute quite liberally to an
equally good stone sidewalk on Sey-
To The Taxpayers of Middlebury
Very often when looking over town
reports we hear What has the road
commissioner done with the money?"
If such should be the case this year
I wish to call your attention that
I have graveled to the amount of
$92G.2G and turnpiked twelve miles of
road. A glance at the report will show
where this work was done. The re
mainder of the money was worked
where most needed and in various ways.
Of the full amount in report worked
out $3G1.78 was money furnished by the
adv. Road commissioner.
THE HOME OF
2:30 to 5:00 P, M.
Ladies and Children Especially
Buy Boys Clothea,
ity, Best Wear.
At All 1
7 Main St Middlebury
One should feel good nitured and satifled. That is the way one
will feel if the digestivo organB are workrng properly. No pain or
distresa should follow a hearty ineal, If there is pain or distress,
you need the aid of our
RGXALL DVSPI5PSIA TAIIL.ETS
A dose directly after eating will prevent all trouhle,
These tnblets stimulntu the digestive organs, thereby increaeing
the eecretion of gastric juices, which insures perfect assimilation
Price 25c, 50c, and $1.00 Per Box
orrosiTE post office.
H. A. Sheldon,
We are offering for sale this week the
finest collection of novels ever placed
before the public of Middlebury, These
books are all standard works, hand
somely bound and well printed. We are
selling them this week at
MARSHALL'S DEP'T. STORE
CEO. E. MARSHALL,
SOME BABGAINS WE HAVE STRUCft
IF TAKEN QU1CK
FARM of 12 acres, liriek house, fair out
l iiildincn. KOGtl l.ind at S'.'U per aure.
Ona hnil or morr of thia furin ia till
able, plt-nty of wncd and good water.
I'an you tieat rt? About 13 head of
cnttle i.n this farm will bt t,oUl right
to the lmyer of the farm.
FARMof hbout 144 Hore. good houso j
im.l buildingd, ANo. 1 condition. at
$28 per ncre. This property U going I
clieap to close in estnte and must be
bold witliin a short tuin. Good pro
dnetive I nnl and an all round bargain.
Nnne cattle on ihe fuint willbe hold
FARM of 21 3 iicre-'. largo new barn i-ost
Sl.'iOO, t;oul lioi3;b&m,eic., day loam
boiI, will carry 35 or inore cows,
teMms. eto. Housenot larRebut good.
Price, 5000 if taken before March 1
iiext. This is another good oppor
tuniiy to buy h good farm clieap
Moro than half of the farm can be
ploweil anil then are good pastures.
Caah required, 81500.
We will sbow any of these properties
free of expense, Blarting from Middle
bury. CHAMPLAIN VALLEY REALTY
u reallv ineritorious article in
POMPEIAN OLIVE OIL
a product which is 100 per cent
pure rirgin oil made from a tirst
pre6sini; of carefully selected
hand pieked olives. filtered, and
packed in hermetically ealed tins
under up-to-dat eanitarr condi
tioiiM. For food or medicine use
POMPEIAN OLIVE OIL
Come in and let us tell you moro
about it, orcall 80-2 on the 'phone
R. S. BENEDICT
'Phone 36-2 Battell Block
Cheney & Co.