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THE MIDDLEBURY REGISTER.
DEOEMBER 31, 1915.
THE PRE8CRIPTI0N 8H0P,
Stop That Eark With
White Pine andSpruce Balsam
Tlie leiiding proportiesof 1'ino nnd
Spruco linvo long been recognized
for tlioir curntivu value in tlie
treatniont of cniighs and colds.
Wo cuntir.iio to Ktiiirnntou this
prepurntion. Gkt a Hottle Today
58 MAIN STREET. MIDDLEBURY
THE WBA.THER IN MIDDLEBURY.
TOVt THE WEEK CNDINa DECEMDEH 29, 1915.
J. iLm- Noon 8pm
34 42 40
32 40 30
34 42 40
28 2G 18
26 24 20
22 30 28
2 23 24
Hlhct42. Lowcst 18.
Record kcDt by II. A. Teck.
INottcea under this head ton centB pcr llne
firft mscrtioni five ccnts pcr line BUcceedlnK In
fcrtions. Count seven short word to llne or slx
Four juicy Grnpo Fruit for 25c at Calvl'a.
Picture framinu done at G. J. Duncan's.
Setrfabiiit Oysters at Hanficld's Groccry. 47tf
Swift's OleomarKarlnc at Hanfield's. 47tf
Saturday candy 29ca pound at I'ark DrwrStore.
Swcct Nava Oransrca atlowprlccs at Calvl'a.
Eneravod or pnntcd calllnB carda at the Reni
We wlsb you all a Happy New Year. Dlssctte'a
We wlsh you all a Happy New Ycar. Concord
A i"ew coata and aulta left at (rreatly reduced
vvprices at Dyer'a.
i New linc of Hlgh Chaira. Mahosany Sof a.
i G. J. Duncan.
Special in Chriatmaa Umbrellaa. hand carvcd;
prlce J2.20: al Dycrs.
New line soft top mattrssaea. Call and net
prices- G. J. Duncan.
The roarlied down aale of milllnery atlll con
tlnuea at Gec Siaiera.
Go to IlisBCttfc's restaurant for douRhnuta frled
(n purc lcaf lanl.
The only place in town where you can Bet a box
t&ke. IlesscUes restaurant.
For ood prlnllnB of all dcscription call at R"(t
For Salc or ExchanKO-Nlce three year old mare
I. C. Utchfield. 47tf
All Iiinde of flowcrintr bulbs for aale at Hunt's
Greut rcduction in trimmed and untrimmcd
liats. Mrs. R. M. McKenney. 63tl
Flour Wlien you are in need of the bett flour
at a rcasonaWc price call at Gorham's Market.
WanteA Vahin(r and ironlntt to doathomc,
clothci clcancd and prcssed, 1 Seymour St. E2t2p
Have you trlcd our Banquet cake? They are
simply dclicioua. Tryone. They are only 10 cts.
All flavora Deaaettc's reataurant.
Sealoliipt oystcrs, atandard and selects, none
fcctter Also f resh bull-pouta. Wood'a Market.
For Ucnt Koomaover Evans' Shoe store. En
qulre 29 Scminary street, 42tf
The ItCKister and The Advance both for one
year. H-25. See the notice on page 3 of this
The lalest ideaa in printlnR, new type faces and
cxpert workmanshlp at Reirlster offlce.
ForSale Anold Mahojrany Bureau juat refin
inhed, orisinal cut trlass draw pulls, at G. J.
Two rooms in Battcll Dtock, second floor, op
posite telephonc oflSce. to rent from January 1.
Apply toThomos E. lloyce. 49tf
If you have money to loan come and tell me
nlout it. If you wi.sh to borrow money come and
tell me ubout it. A. W. Dickens. 25tf
Cranlerries. Krapes, oranges, sweet potatoes
eclery. Hoston head lettuce. Wood'a Market.
Farm forSale 23 acrcs, 21-2 milea froni vil
lage, conifortablc house. runnine water, ,52 fruit
ttres. bcrry bushes. ctc. II- J. Carrier, Brid
port. Vt. 5113
1 will buy raw furs atStewart'a atore in Middle
bury every Monday. InVertrennes and Brandon,
alternatinir cvcry Saturday. A L. Austin. 45Mayl
Lost Near Bridport villaRe one Weed Tire
Aatomobile Chain 5 x 37. Klndlyreturn same to
C. L I'arrisli, Bridport, Vt., and receive re
Tarty niovinR out of town has paid $281 on a
100. UpriRht Grand I'iano. You pay the bal
ance U19 and it is yours. The Gibbs I'iano Co.,
7173 Main Street, Springfield, Masa. 52t4
For Sale A quantity of loose hay, roujrhly esti
mated at from 50 to 75 tona. now Btored In the
barnson the Willcox farr- in Bridport, Vermont.
For prices and terms, inquire of Julius A. Willcox,
Montpelier, Vermont. 62tf
We cut them to your individ
u al measurement and fit them
to you in making tailored
from iashionable American
B. STERN & SON,
BROWNING, KING & CO.
OKJ JL KJ Ti,e white Storc
i Miss Lottie Walkcr of Enst Grnn-
villi' ia viaiting her brother, Henry
Herbert Peacock has gonc to Pitts
ford for a few days.
Mark Coylan of Niagara Falls, Ont.,
ia visiting his mother, Mrs. Mary A,
Mrs. Louis Bruya and tliree daugh
ters of Barre have been visiting at the
home of her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Na
Mr. and Mrs. Henry C. Baumbeck of
Albany. N. Y. are guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Nortnan S. Foote.
Miss Frances Adams, who has been
visiting at the home of Prof. and Mrs.
Ezra L. Brainerd, has returned to Cas
tleton. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Wimmett,
who have been visiting relatives in
town, have returned to their home in
Arthur Freegard has sold his farm on
Weybridge hill through the N. S. Foote
company to Margaret E. and Mary F.
Mrs. Peter J. Hincks and daughter
have gone to Canajoharie, N. Y., to
spcnd two weeks with relatives.
Miss Florence Ashleynnd Miss Esther
Anderson of the Addison spent Christ
mas in Proctor.
Alex Auncbman has returned from
Cohoes, and Albany, N. Y., and re
sumed his position nt the freight house.
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Ross and daugh
ter are visiting friends in Rutland and
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Ryan have re
turned from Rutland.
Miss Nellie Mead, who has been vis
iting her parents, has returned to her
school in Petersburg, N. Y.
Miss Lillian Costello of Little Falls,
N. Y., who has been visiting her
mother, Mrs. Patrick Costello, has re
turned to her home.
L. H. Sheldon, a member of the firm
of E. D. Keyes&Co., of Rutland, was a
business visitor in town Tuesday.
B. O. Wales and daughter, Miss
Mabel, left Wednesday for Boston.
Mrs. Jennie Burke left Wednesday
for her home in New Bedford, Mass.,
after attending the funeral of her
uncle, Robert Manney.
Harry Mack of Hartforl, Conn., is
spending a week with relatives in Corn
wall. Miss Anna Mulligan returned Thurs
day to Burlington after a several days
vistt in town.
Mr. and Mrs. James E. MacNulla and
family of Bristol, spent Christmas with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Mac
Nulla of Seymour srreet.
Miss Mildred MacNulla is visiting Mr.
and Mrs. Arthur Forrest of Washington
The Missionary society of the Congre
gational church will meet at the home
of Mrs. J. A. Fletcher, January 4.
j Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Hyde of
j Boston spent Christmas with their
mother, Mrs. (Jaroline. Hyde at Ihe
Mrs. Hattie Monta of New York city
is spending the week with her sister,
Mrs. E. A. Tobin in North Bennington.
Judge and Mrs. C. I. Button spent
Christmas in Brandon.
Miss Nellie Higgins of West Rutland
was the guest at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. William Foote during the Christ-
, mas holiday.
The Middlebury Free Library and the
National bank wlll be closed all day
New Year's day. There will be no rural
delivery or village delivery and the
j post oflice will be open only on the holi-
' day schedule.
The Ladies Misssonary society of the
Memorial Baptist church were very
pleasantly entertained at the home of
Mrs. Raymond McFarland Wednesday
evening. Oflicers for the coming year
A watcli service will be held in the
Memorial Baptist church this evening.
There will be a prayer and conference
meeting from 9 until 10 o'clock, fol
lowed by an hour under tho auspices of
the Christian Endeavor society. Watch
service will be held the last half hour of
The annual meeting of Addison en
campment, No. 27, 1. O. O. F., was
held Monday evening and the following
oflicers were elected: C, P., William
Albee; S. W., Nelson Goss; J. W., John
Ives; H. P., William Ford; scribe,
Melvin Damon; treasuier. C. F. Rich.
The installation will toke place in Jan
uary. George Dougherty has returned from
Granville, N. Y., where he visited his
John llalnon of Worcester, Mass.,has
returned after spending tho Christmas
vacation with his mother, Mrs. John
Stephen Doody, a teacher in the High
school at Littleton, N. II., is spending
the holidays at the home of his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. John Doody.
Miss Lena Turrill is spending a two
weeks' vacation at her home in Shore
ham. The Essay clnb will meet with Mrs.
. John M. Thomas, College street, Wed
nesday, Januarv 5.
Arthur Fitzpatrick has rented the
Phelps Nash Farm on the New Haven
river and will takepossessionMarch lat.
Miss Ruth Grosvenor of Pittsford is
spending the holidays with her mother,
Mrs. Edna Grosvenor.
The next meeting of tho Mayfair
Relief Association will be held with
Mrs. J. A. Fletcher, on Monday after
noon, Jnnuary 10th, at 2:30 o'clock. It
is hoped there will be a large at
tendace. Mrs. D. C. Minard of East Clarendon
is visiting at the home of C. P. Smith
on Court street.
The Woman's Home and Foreign
Missionary society of tho Methodist
church, will meet with Mrs. J. Allen
Morgan Tuesday afternoon at3 o'clock.
Mrs. Charles Triggs has returned to
her home in Port Chester, N. Y., after
visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
H. M. Bain.
Miss Ruth Brookins, a teacher in
Waterbury, Conn., is spending the holi
days at the home of her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. F. G. Brookins.
The following letters remain un
claimed at the local post ofTicc: Miss
Sadie Adkins, John G. C. Howard f2i.
W. P. Issanbrour, Mrs. Albert H. Kent
(2), M. Knapp.
Dr. Earl L. Cushman of Brcoklvn. N.
Y., is spending the holidays with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Cushman.
Mrs. R. L. Broughis spending several
days in St. Albans.
Mr. Frank A. Farnsworth of New
York city is at the home of his parents
for a few days.
Miss Leona Wright, who is teaching
in Brattleboro, u the guest of Miss
Huldah Thomas on College street.
Henry S. Chapman and Mis Ada
Chapman are at the home of their
uncle, Charles A. Chapman of Ferris-
Thomas Oney, and sons, William and
Fred, spent Christmas with Mr. Oney's
mother in Rutland.
John Francis of Burlington snent a
few days with friends in town recently.
Rev. and Mrs. O. R. Houghton and
children of Wallingford have visitr-d
Mrs. Houghton's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Severance have
returned to their home in Proctor.
They attended the Bain-TrigEs wed-
Miss Agnes Calhoun has returned
Charles Peck of Winninerr. Cnnnrln
a former resident of Middlebury, is vis
iting for a few davs at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. H. A. Peck.
Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Andrews of
Beverly, Mass., are visitine Mrs.
Andrews' mother, Mrs. Mary Bond.
Harry Burns will leave tonight for
Baltimore, Md., where he is a senior in
the dental department of the Universitv
DEATH OF MRS. A. J. MARSHALL"
Mrs. Mary E. Marshall. widow nf A.
J. Marshall, died early Saturday morn-
mg at her home on North Pleasant
street of embolism. Mrs. Marshall was
85 years of age. She had been confined
to ner home throuch i ness for snmc
time. She is survived by a daughter,
Miss uara Marshall, a son, George E.
Marshall, a sister, Miss S. A. Bacon. all
of this village, and one grandson, Dr.
iiertram K. Marshall, of Albany, N. Y.
Mrs. Marshall was a membor nf tlio
Congregational church. The funeral
was heiu luesday afternoon at two
o'clock ather late residence, Rev. A. A.
Lancaster, pastor of the Congrega
tional church, officiating. The bearers
were Solomon B. Aines, Frank J. Hub
hard, Dr. E. H. Martin, O. H. Cush
man, W. E. Clement and Frank A.
Farnsworth. The burial was in the
Tuesday, Jan. 4
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In the Five Part Romatic Drama
An absorbing Playof City Life wherein the Versatile Star is seen
in her most attractive portrayal
" ON WITH THE DANOE"
TwoShows--7 :i5 and S 150 p.m. Prices 15 and 10 cts.
Friday, Jan. 7 " Neal of tho Navy " Regular Prices
PLEASANT CHRISTMAS GATHER
1NG. An unusually pleasant gathering was
enjoyed at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
T. J. MacMurtry, sr., in Cornwall, on
Christmns day. Mr. and Mrs. Mac
Murtry entertained their eight sons and
daughters and their respcctivo families.
There were thirty-three present at the
gathering: Mr. and Mrs. C. S. James
and family of Weybridge, Friend Mac
MacMurtry of No. Bennington, Mr. nnd
Mrs. S. H. Jewett and family of Corn
wall, Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Litchficld and
family of Cornwall, Mr. and Mrs. E. C.
MacMurtry and family of Stuyvesant,
N. Y., T. J. MacMurtry, jr., and Miss
Elizabcth R. Foster of Beverly, Mass.,
Mr. and Mrs. William J. MacFee and
family of Scotia, N. Y., and William
MacMurtry and Mr. and Mrs. T. J.
Promptly at 12 o'clock a bountiful
dinner was served. The seventeen
grandchildren of Mr. and Mrs. T. J.
MacMurtry were seated at one table
and were waited upon by Miss Ella
Eells of Cornwall. As soon as dinner
was over the whole company gathered
in the East room, which was darkened
and lightcd by a cheery fire burning in
the fire place. A large Christmas tree
with heavily laden branches filled one
corner of the room, from which William
MacMurtry, assistcd by some of the
younger members of the family soon
removed and distributed the gifts, and
all were well remembe'red. The rc
mainder of the afternoon was spent in
visiting and singing, and in the early
evening the members of the family who
lived near took their departure. One
and all were unanimous in the decision
that a most happy day had been spent,
and one long to be remembered by all
who were present.
Miss Lillian Cole and James Dutclle
of Proctor were quietly married at the
rectory of St. Mary's church Wednesday
evening, Decembo- 29, by Rev. T. J.
Leonard. Mr. Ernest Dutelle, a brother
of the groom, acted as best man and
Mrs. Ernest Dutelle as bridesmaid.
After the ceremony a reception was
held at the bride's home on Court street,
supper being served by a sister of the
bride, Miss Dorothy Cole. The house
was prettily decorated, the colorscheme
being green and white. The bride's
gift to the bridesmaid was a beautiful
rosary. After the supper the bride and
groom presented the guests with white
carnations. Mr. and Mrs. Dutelle left
on the 10i-lG train for Boston and New
York. After a short wedding trip they
will make their home in Proctor where
Mr. Dutelle has a position with the ex
press company. The bride was for
merly a telephone operator in the local
Nntive Fowls bikI Spring Cliickenf,
Bet'f, Pork. Lamb, Oyeters, CIhuim, Bull
Poutn, Luko Trout, llalibtit, CimI, Had
dock, MHektTel and other varietips.
Freeh Head Clieese, Link and Batr Sau
HHKe, FrankfortB, liolognn, Pressed Hatn,
Chipptd Beef, Hams and Bucon.
65 Main St. Cobb Block.
Phone. Goods Delivered Promptly
WE HEREBY RESOLVE
TO KEEP COOD
Koods 11 1 fair prices
ALL THE YEAR.
PAUTY-TIME NOW. Buy your
Playing Cnrds, Tally Cards, Bridgo
Score Pnds, runcbes, Pencils of us.
C. W. St H. H. STONE
47 Main St. Middlebury
We extend to one and
all our hearty thanks
for their liberal patron
age during the past
year. We shall endeav
or to serve you as well
during the coming sea
son. We wish you all
a Merry Christmas and
Happy New Year.
G. E. MAESHALL.
ST. STEPHEN'S CHURCH.
Rev. John Evans Bold, Rector.
Rectory No. 119 Main street,
7:30, Holy Communion (2nd, 4th and
10:45, Mnrning Prayer. Holy Com
inunion (let and 3rd Sundays).
10:00, Sunday f-chool.
7:30, Evening Praver.
D. H. Corkran, Pastor.
Morning worship witl) communinn at
10:45. Bible school at noon. Union
Rervice in the Congregational church,
7:30. This service will be the first of the
serviceB of the week of prayer. The
pprvices for the week will be as follows:
Tuesday night in the Methodist church,
Wednesday in the Baptist church, Thurs'
dny night in the Congregational church,
Fndny night in the Methodist chuich,
Sunday night in the Baptist church.
MEMORIAL IIAITIST CHURCH.
Rev. Roy E. Whittemore, Pastor
Morning worship at 10:45 o'clock with
sermon. "Vital Functions of Christian
Bible schcol at 12 o'clock, Classes for
all and a welcome. Our new superin
tendent will be Introduced.
Uible school at Brooksville at 2 p. 11).
Christian Endenvor meeting at 0:45 p.
111. Subject, ''What is Consecration?"
Uidon evening wortthip at the Congre
gational church at 7:30 with eermon by
The Brooksville service will be held as
usual Tuesday eve.
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO -ALL
The Middlebury Supply Company extends to all its
patrons the complimcnts of the season, thanking them for
their generous patronage, this season having been the
best in its history.
RUBBERS ! RUBBERS !
Ladies' Hub-Mark Rubbers at 69c
WHY PAY MORE ?
Rubber Footwear For Everybody.
MIDDLEBURY SUPPLY CO.
Tlie Storc That SntiHfics
Lazarowltz Block Formerly Chapmnn Block, Middlebury, Vt.
Telephono No. 52-2
FOR CASH ONLY
Saturday, Jan. 1
ON THE FOLLOWING CUT8 OF MEAT
Beef Round Steak lSe
Beef SirloinSteak 1212c
Beef Porterhouso Steak 212e
Beef Roasts 14c to 18c
Beef Fore Qtr. CutB (5c to 14c
Pork Round Steak 10c
Pork Loins KJc
Pork and Shoulder 14c
Home Cured Ham 20c
Home Sausage and Hamburg 15c
Home Lard Home Rendered 12c
Salt Pork 12 l-2c
Lamb Leg and Loin 22c
Lamb Rib and Shoulder 18c
Lamb Stews Sc to 14c
Oyaters, Select 40c