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MIDDLEBURY, VERMONT, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1913.
ANNUAL TOWN MEETING-
YOU WILL BE TEMPTED
WHEN YOU SEE THE VALUES
WE ARE OFFERING
$20 oo Overcoats reduced to - - $15 00
iS oo Overcoats reduced to - - 14 00
15 00 Overcoats reduced to - - 11 00
1 2 00 Overcoats reduced to J) 00
10 00 Overcoats reduced to S 00
7 50 Overcoats reduced to 5 75
5 00 Overcoats reduced to - - o 75
Beginning Friday, February
28th, until Saturday, Mar. 8th
AT ONE-HALF REGULAR PRICE
Boys' $8 00 Overcoats One-Half Price $4: 00
Boys' 5 00 Overcoats One-Half Price 2 50
Boys' 4 00 Overcoats One-Half Price 2 00
Boys' 3 00 Overcoats One-Half Price 1 50
Boys' 2 00 Overcoats One-Half Price 1 00
Boys' 1 50 Overcoats One-Half Price , ' 75
Sizes Three to Twelve Years.
IVES & SHAMBO,
This $5.00 Razor
I am the
Take rae for my Face Value.
Let us show you.
John H. Stewart,
Important Matters to be Brought
to Attentton of Voters.
On Tuesday next at the town hall wil'
bo held the annual town meeting. The
meeting will be called to order for the
consideration of the differentarticles at
10 o'clock a. m. It is expected that
there will be a large number of the
votcrs out as there are a number of im
portant matters to be voted on. The
warning, as posted by Town Clerk J.
M. Burke, follows:
1. To elect a Moderator and Town
2. To hear the reports of the town
oflicers, and to take proper action
3. Todetermine what sum of money,
if any, shall be appropriated for the
observance of Decoration day.
4. To see if the town will vote any
moncy, and if so, how much, to main
tain in co-operation with the Ladies'
Library association the Free Public
library in Middlebury.
5. To seo if the town will vote any
money to be paid for Band Concerts.
G. Toseeifthe town will vote any
money for permanent highways to take
advantage of the State Aid Law.
7. To vote a.tax for the payment of
outstanding ordera of the town, for the
support of the poor and other expenses
of the town for the ensuing year; also
the payment of State tax, State school
tax, State highway tax and to pay all
outstanding obligations of the town;
also to vote a tax on the Grand List for
schools in the said town districts, and
for laying out and repairing highways
in said town.
8. To see if the town will vote
whether or not the Selectmen shall be
authorized and empowered to appoint
one or two road commissioners, the
number to be determined by the
9. To elect the remaining Oflicers,
County Grand Jurors and Petit Jurors.
10. Shall license be granted for the
sale of intoxicating liquors in this
11. Shall licenses of the fifth class
be granted in this town?
12. To see if the freemen will vote
: j aocEpt or reject the proposed articles
of amendment to the Constitytion of
13. To transact other business
proper to be done.
Pleasantly Surprised. j
About seventy of the neighbors and
friends of Mr. and Mrs. George Morgan
assembled at their home Tuesday even
ing at a surprise party. The party
was under the management of Mrs.
Fred Hill and Mrs. Ben MacQuivey,
Mrs. Hill presenting the gifts, which
consisted of one mahogony rocker, a set
of fruit knives and some silver spoons,
in a very appropriate and pleasing man
ner. Mr. Morgan gave a hearty re
sponse, followed by a very tender and
afrectionate one from Mrs. Morgan.
Light refreshments were served. The
remainder of the evening was spetit in
playing the Tgood old-fashioned games
and in music and song. Mr. Morgan
favored the crovvd with some of his iine
singing, Mrs. Frank Preston presiding
at the organ. Wishing Mr. and Mrs.
Morgan success, the crowd departed
inthewee small hours of the morning.
Miss Florence Clark Dead.
Miss Florence Ardelle Clark, aged 20,
a student in the senior class of Middle
bury college, died in the Mary Fletcher
hospital at an early hour this
(Friday) morning. Miss Clark had been
ill but a short time and was taken to
the hospital in Burlington Sunday
morning. Miss Clark came to Middle
bury from Brooksville, Mass., and was
a member of Pi Beta Phi sorority. She
was one the most popular young ladies
in college circles and had mariy friends
among the town's people.
That we are headquarters for feeds of
all kinds that are profitable to use.
A car of corn goods this week at the
lovvest price that you will see this
winter. Call us up.
FRANK C. DYER
"The Big Store"
Salisbury, :: Vermont.
REV. GEORGE H- BAILEY-
Veteran Preacher of Addison
County Passcs Away.
Rev. George Hamilton Bailey, '73,
pastor of the Congregational church of
Weybridge, died at his home February
22, after being confined to his bed by
an illness of only a few days. His health
has been far from good this winter,
but he has preached every Sunday, be
ing in his pulpit as usual on February 9.
On the Tuesday following he collapsed
and a complication of troubles caused
his decease on Saturday of the follow
ing week. Mr. Bailey had just begun
the seventh year of his pastorate in
Weybridge, where iie was much be
loved. Before that he was for seven
years pastor in Ferrisburg, so that he
was by many years the senior pastor of
the county. He was always in attend
ance at ecclesiastical and ministerial
gatherings, and his presence added
much to the meeting.
Mr. Bailey was born in Canton, N.
Y., April 28, 1839, of Vermont paront
age, so that he always counted himself
a Vcrmonter. His father, Jeremiah
Bailey was of the class of 1826 in Mid
dlebury college, and George Bailey en
tered in the class of 1804, but left in his
sophomore year at Lincoln's call for
troops. The college gave him the
A. M. degree in 18GS. His sons, Henry
and Charles, are also Middlebury col
lege men of 188G and 1898. Mr. Bailey
was in Co. B. of the Oth Vermont regi
ment, but was invalided in 1862, and
subsequently was in the mustering and
disbursing ofTice at Brattleboro till the
close of the war. He was graduated
from Bangor Theological seminary in
1867 and began his ministry at once at
Newport, Vt. Subsoquent pastorates
were at Griggsville, III., Fairport,
Moravia and Franklin, N. Y., and
Ashfield, Mass., before his return to
Vermont. In New York he was treas.
urer of the state conference for I4
years. His preaching was always ac
ceptable and his broad sympathies and
genial nature made him welcome every.
where as pastor and friend.
On the day he enlisted he was ago
married to Miss Caira T. Bundy of Mor.
risville, who survives him Their
golden wedding was celebrated October
4, 1911, with the presence of all their
children. Mr. Bailey leaves two
broth:rs, in San intonin, Texas, and
St. Joseph, Mo. His children are
Henry L., of Longmeadow, Mass.,
Alice P., of Weybridge, William R., and
Mrs. Flora E. Hawkes of Conway,
Mass., and Charles C. of Topeka,
Kansas. The services were held Tues
day afternoon in the Weybridge church.
Rev. Samuel Rose of Cornwall and
Rev. A. A. Lancaster of Middlebury
were in charge, and Mrs. Benjamin
Wales sang. There were many floral
tributes from relatives, parishioners
and other friends, including a wreath
from the Addison Association of Min
isters. His sons left immediately after
for Moravia, N. Y., with the body, to
lay it by the side of his parents whom
he laid there to rest some 25 or 30 years
VIM, VIGOR AND
When you are wenk and debilltated there is troublo in regaining
your vitality because all of the organs of the body are debilitated.
Your heart; stpmach, liver and kidneys must be nble to work
harder before you can bo built up. That is why our
is so effectivo a remedy in any run-down condition, It renewB
the activity of the vital organs and supplies material to make new
blood and to revitalize the neVvo centers.
Price 89c for Full Pint Bottle.
Sheldon's Rexall Store,
orrosiTE fost office,
H. A. Sheldon, 1847. Dr. W. H. Sheldon, 1913.
That the next time you are going to have a pair of shoes
that feel good on your feet, comfortable everywhere, and yet
exhibit the very latest style tendencies. Think of all the good
qualities you would like to get in your shoes, then come here.
We will gratify your fondest hopes.
SHOES FOR EVERYBODY,
L OOK AT OUR BARGAINS,
A FEW PHONOGRAPH RECORDS LEFT.
W. E. Clement, Xvr
Deatli of Dr. H. L. Townsend.
Dr. H. L. Townsend died at his home
in Bridport at 11:15 o'clock Thursday
night, age 52 years. Dr. Townsend had
practiced medicine in Bridport for 30
years and was held in high esteem. He
was a member of the board of pension
examiners, andamemberof the Masonic
fraternity. The funeral will be held on
Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the
Congregational church in that village
and the burial will be in Plainfield, Vt.
The Masonic fraternity will conduct the
Ac'dison Encampment Electlon.
The annual meeting of ddison en
campment, I. 0. O. F., Afas held in
their rooms in the Dyer block Monday
evening. Oflicers were elected as fol
lows: C. I, C. F. Rich; S. W., Frank
Lasher; H. P., Charles Lamorder, J. W.,
W. U. Cady; scribe, D. Lewis Selleck;
treasurer, A. T. Calhoun. After theelec
tion a banquet was served. The newly
elected ollicers will be installed into
their re'spective oflices March 10.
GET M LOE
and get your share of the
money saving bargains of
0. N. ATWOOD & 00.
Middlebury, -: -:- Vermont.
We are showing some pretty
things and want you to see
Balance of our winter suits
25 per cent off.
Come in To-day
Cheney & Co.,
Moclcru Aiiicricnu Clotliicrs
38 Main St.. '.Middlebury. Vt.