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DECEMBER 29, 1922
THE MIDDLEBURY REGISTER, MIDDLEBURY, VT.
H. H. STONE
47 MAIN ST. JEWELER and STATIONER MIDDLEBURY
W1SHINC YOU ALL
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
The weather has changed and heavy snow has corne. Every lady
needs Rubbers for stormy weather.
16-in. Hunting Boots S4.50
12-in. Rubbers 3.50
Boys' Leggin Rubbers, pair 1 .00
Men's four-buckle Arctics,
all rubber 3.50
Men's Dress-up Arctics,
four buckles 3.75
Ladies' four-buckle Arctics 3.75
Ladies' Shoe Rubbers .90
All Hood Rubbers guaranteed
New Army Horse Blankets,
large and heavy, per pair 6.50
All Winter Clothes sold at almost cost price during the month of Januai).
We aie giving two lbs. of Christmas Candy for twenty-five cems.
A. D. BARTER, Opt. D.
Pease't Store, Middlebury-MONDAY S
1 will sell at Public Auction
at my reeidence,
SILAS W.JEWETT, CORNWALL, VT
TUESDAY, JAN. 9
At 10 o'clock
J4 Cows, sevcn giving milk, rest to
freshen aftcr March, 3 two-year
old Heifers, all on Federal Testcd
List, 6 Late Fall Pigs.
Tcfms cash or approved paper.
S. W. JEWETT.
M. K. MOORE, Auctloneer.
MRS. BRUNO ALBERT
First Quality Switches and
Combings Made Up
16 Seymour St., Middlebury, Vt.
WE WISH YOU A MERRY CHRISTMAS
HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
F. C. DYER & CO.
"The Big Storo"
Salisbury - - Vermont
Bed Blankets, 66 x 80, 3.75
Men's Sheepskin Coats,
with Fur Collare, from
S7.25 0.25 12.50 and 18.50
Men's Underwear, half wool.
half camel hair, per suit, 1-.80
Men's Suits, price S13.50 to 14.50
Men's Sweaters from 1 .25 to 8.00
Men's Sport Coats,
heavy lining, 6.75
Men's Woolen Stockings,
from 35c to 1 .2:5
Mont St. Mlchel Abbey Restorcd.
Tourists who vlslt Mont Sainj-M). hel.
off tlie coast of Norrnandy, w.'i hh6
the Benedlctlne abbey whk'h rcwr
tts summit restored for wors-hlp. A1
early as the Elghth century Mont
Salnt-Mlchel, pos-e-ed rHIgx.ni j
socIm t ioiifs, but the ircscnl lilKin.fs
imly ilnte from the Thirteentl) t u.
Slxteenth century. The heieht ol Dn1
church exreeiK tlie helght of t)i- roi k
iiixni which it stniid'- lfi."i !((!. i u
tlu- manite of which it K Im'i)'
hroiight by bont from the Uf- cf
'haiiey and hoish'd up tho mh.
of tlie hlll Slm c 187-1 tlie Mct.' 1 i.t
been mider the cuic of archiiffit !
poluted hy the MinlMry de
Al'K nnd hy their leM'arrh r-s-roiatioii
the iibbey ftirtrt"- i,nw j
pears in alrnost lts former grmUur
When in want of the
best quality of .
M E A T S
INATIVE OR WESTEII.N
Vegetables, Fruits or Groceues
Quality Shop Phone 1(C
OF ALL KINDS
Tel. 155-4 Successor to Phelps CocdiiiJi
Miss Pauline Preston is the guest of
Miss Wealtha Baker in Weybridge.
Misses Martha and Caroline Pratt
of Rutland visited their sister, Mrs.
Kenneth Preston recently.
Mrs. Bernard Gale and children, who
have been visiting her mother in Proc
tor, are expected home Sunday.
Miss Dorothy Preston was a week
end vLsitor at Frank Foote's in Corn
wall, guest of Miss Cornelia Foote.
The Misses Etta and Ella Franklin
of Rutland spent Christmas with Mr.
and Mrs. E. K. Preston and fatnily.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Gale and son,
Donald, spent Christmas at the home
of licr fathcr, George Johnson, in Lei
cester. Mr. and Mrs. Ilarry Jones and Chas.
Ellis were entertained at the home of
their sister, Mrs. Herbert Oliver, in
Leicester Christmas day.
A Comraunity Christmas tree was
enjoyed at the Methodist church, Sat
urday evening. The children of the
West Grammar school fumished the
Mr. and Mrs. George Devoid and
son, Howard, were gttests of Mrs. De
void's sister, Mrs. John Williams, in
Proctor Christmas day. Howard, their
son, remained in Proctor wherc hc has
employment with the Vermont Marble
Schools closcd at the West side Fn
day for two weeks' vacation. Those
having perfect attendance for the fif
teen weeks in Miss Preston's room
were: Helen Humphrey, Norma Jones,
William Norton and John Lowell. Ab
sent one day, Sherman Baker and Ella
Morgan. Onlv one-half day, iLyrdon
Goodrich and Mildred Norton. A
dainty basket fdled with candy was
given to Ella Morgan, tlaugliter oi -ur.
and Mrs. Herbert Morgan, the last day
of school for having the most perfect
lessons in spelling in her school during
the 15 weeks. bhe is in the nttn graue.
The contest included the four uppcr
Mr. Goeway received a purse of $30
as a gift from his Congregational
church friends. ,
Percy Whitney of Middlebury Col
lege spent his holiday recess in town
with his parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Hillman went
Friday to New York. Where they
spent Christmas with relatives.
William Edgerton ar.d Miss Mary
Woterhouse spent Tuesday in Orwell
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Stacy.
Mr. and Mrs. Olin Ketcham and son
Arthur spent Cliristinas with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Sawyerin Sud
bury. , ...
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Matot and Miss
Gladys Branch were recent guests of
Mr. Matot's daughter, Mrs. William
Branch and family.
Miss Florence O'Byrn left Christ
mas night for South Indian, Ontario,
where she will visit among relatives
and friends for a few weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Leland Stone and
daughter, Ruth, and George Whitney
and daughter, Eib'on, were Christmas
Euestsof Mrs. Emily and Cora Kings
ley. 'Mrs. Hervey Gulick, who has been
ill for several weeks at the home of her
daughter, Mrs. Dr. Frost in Pittsfcrd.
returned home Wednesday improved in
Mr. and Mr. Clyde Norwich of
! Burlington aiid Miss loris Whitney ot
INoriliHtiipton, Mass., were Chri.-tmas
, gjcsts of their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
j Frank Whiting.
Mis N'fllie Whitney ad brother
llmr.y nnd Mis Grace Snmpsoii, bora
! thy Conai i and Vrm k Pe eisoi. all of
,Biandon liigh Sc'iool weie at their
Ihomes in lown ovcr th holidays.
1 r-irl Whitnev oi' Edcewood, M( i"
lci-me Sundav for tlie hohdays with his
pa nnts Mr.' and Mrs. E. J. Whiti ey.
Ihey hnd a fim Christma-: tree and all
of their 11 children wcie home with the
exception of Piiui Whitmy, wh.i was
: The Congregational Sunday school
I Christmas tree was held Monday night
'at the town hall. The tree was laden
witbgood things which pleaseu tnooia
and young children. Games were played
and popcorn and candy seemed to be
the important part of the menu. About
!00 wern prccnt.
The school taugbt hy, Mrs. Edna
Myrick at the Johnson Camp School
gave the following honors for perfect
attendance: Diris Johnson, Earl
Johnson. Rov Meyers, Avis Smith,
Carroll Smith. Leslie Smith. The school
cloaed last Fiiday for the holidays and
will resume duties again next week.
Tl e Congrcignonal annual church
meetmg and election of oflicers was
held at the Town Hall Wednesday. A
fiue dinner was served by the ladie.-1 in
the dining hall. This was followed. hy
the election of ofiicers and roll call.
Letters were roceived from William
Hammerslev, William Slocum, E. W.
Rosierand D. W. Reid, fnrmerpastors,
which were enjoyed by all present.
Lone Ranger Exercises Memory.
Alone as a forcst ranger In a reiuote
sectlon of the Cascade mouutalns, ln
the state of Washington, George Kll
Ccre, a former University of Washing
ton student, has meruorlzed practlcally
all of the New Testament and three
hooks of poems. In additlon to the
mentnl exerclse he has completcd an
entlre dlnlng room set of burTet, tea
table, dining table, slx chalrs and a
fern pedestal from hand spllt and
hewn flr and cedar wood. The furnl
rure pollshed ln lts natural color ls
worth more than his yenr's salary.
In three winter mouths Kllgore
trapped near his cabln more than $000
worth of pelts.
Accent on Scream.
All agrecd that she was an exceed
lngly prctty glrl. Her dresses were
In the latest tnode. Men were Irresist
lbly nttracted to her. Tho only draw
back was her deafness, a serlous handl
tap. One admlrer nfter another
called. perhaps attended her to some
Boeial nlTalr, but in tho end they all
fell away. The news that she was en
gaged tp be marrled naturally lm
pressed hefr friends. Two old ad
ralrers were dlscusnlug the news.
"It must hnve been funny proposlng
to a deaf glrl llke her," sald one!
"Funny ! I'll say so," sald the other.
"It muBt have been a scream." New
Guy Goodrich was home for Christ
mas. M. Harvey Rickert is confmed to tlie
house by illness.
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Laporte of For
estdale were at C. R. Jennings' the first
of the week.
Harold Stumpf came from Worces
ter, Mass., Friday to remaiu for tcn
days at N. II. Jennings'.
Mr. and Mrs. Wiill Fiskc entertained
a large company of relatives and
friends on Christmas day.
Frauk Gambell is ill. Ile was taken
very suddenly ill while at Mrs. Darwin
Johnson's, but is improving.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rawson and Mr.
and Mrs. Chester Rawson of Whiting
were entertained at Frank Ayer's Sun
day. Miss Margaret Cahee has come from
her school in Sudbury for a couple of
weeks. She will remain at her liome
for her vacation.
Mrs. James Wilbur came from her
home in Fernville Monday to care for
Mrs. Harrison Roberts, who is still
confmed to her bed.
Mrs. Glenn has gone from Mrs. Har
rison Roberts', where she was for three
weeks. She is with her daughter, Mrs.
A. V. Freer, in Brandon.
The fehools in town closed Friday
afternoon for a two weeks' recess, and
the teaehers are at their homes. Miss
Waterhottse has resigned as teacher al
the Corners school.
George Johnson and Mr. and Mrs.
Reginald Hooker entertained Christ
mas day, N. H. Jennings and family,
Harold Stumpf and family, Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Ellis and children and Mr.
and Mrs. Harold Gale and son, Donald,
The annual church meeting roll call
and dinner will be held at the church
Saturday, January 6.
Miss Alicc Bamum of Groton, Conn.,
spent a few days the first of the week
with her parents at the parsonage.
Miss Clara Bamum, a teacher of
Hartford, Conn., is spending the holi
days with her parents at the parsonage.
Lloyd Bingham of Northeastern Col
lege, Boston, is spending the week with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Wright spent
Christmas day at the home of her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wooster, in
I Miss Ada Mumblo and friend of
' Springfield, Mass., are spending a few
and Mrs. Frank Mumblo.
John J. Brown and Morton Arnnld
of Cleveland, 0., students of Harvard
University, are spending the week at
the home of Samuel E. James.
Miss Florence Sturtevant went last
Friday to Auburn, Me., and will spend
the holiday vacation at the home of
her sister, Mrs. D. Albert James.
The cantata, "The Guest of Bethle
hem," which was presented by mem
bers of the ehoir and Sunday school at
the church last Sunday evening, was
well presented by the "0 people who
had part, and much credit is due Mrs.
B. 0. Wales fpr her untiring work in
preparing the music.
j Joseph Goodro Dies
Jiseph Goodro died at his home in
Ripton Tuesday evening, aged 79
I years. He was bnrn iu Middlebury
and was the son of Isaac and Mary
(Parrowi Goodro. He is survived hy J
two sisters, Mrs. Alice Rawson of
Saratoga, N. V., and Mrs. A. Bourgeois .
of Swampscott, Mass., also by three I
brothers, Edward Goodro of Middle- I
bury, John Goodro of Ripton and I.evi ;
Goodro of Keene, N. H. FuneraJ ser- i
vices were held at the home in Ripton
vesterdav niorning at 10 o'eiock. i
Edgar Austiu ofiiciated and burial was
in the Cook cemetery in Ripton. The
bearers were James Hodges, Timothy
Billings, Doris Mills and Fred Mtir
phy. L1GHT ON PREH1ST0RIC RACE
Sclentist Explains HoW He Expectj
to Dctermine Age of Ancient
Central American Cities.
Prehlstorle ruins in Anierlca will
eoon be aceurately dated. This was
the oplnion expresed in an address
on "The Chronological Yardstlck of
Ancient America," by Sylvunus G.
Morley of the Carnegle institute of
Washington, before the tnentieth ln
ternatlonal congress of Amerlcanlsts.
Doctor Morloy's "yardstick" is the
marvelous Mayan calendar by which
the ages of tlie ancient cities of Gua
temaln and Yucatan will eventually be
determlned more acairately than the
ages of the cities of ancient Kg.vpt.
There was a de.sultory tradlng in
Mayan pottery carried on with the
peoples in Mexlco, Peru and the south
western United .States. This pottery
found among these other peoples and
lts Mayan dntc determlned by com
parlson with siinllar pottery In Central
America may lead to an approxlmately
accurate date belng set uimn the cllff
dwelllngs of the United States and
rulns In Peru und Mexlco, Doctor Mor
He also told of his researches Into
the grcat walled clty of Tulum, in Vu
catan. The walling of a clty was ex
ceptional ln Central America and this
fortlUed town on a bluff overlooking
the Caribhenn sea, with a wall on
three land sides, represents the crude
work wlilch followed the breakdown
of the great Mnyan civlllzntlon ln the
Fifteenth century after Chrlst, when
these early clty-states fell to lightlng
their own rnce. l'.y Science Servlce.
Sure of Hli Job.
"Soloinon lias a great reputatlon for
"How do you suvposo he got that
"Mayhe he hnd ain) te lelsure to cul
tlvate his mlnd. UnlfRe modern rulers
he didn't have to kev his ear to the
ground all the tlme to flnd out whether
he'd dle with his criwn on or soon
be wrltlng home for money." Blrmlng
FUR ( Substantial Reductions on Furs
MEPAUTHIENT Substantial Reductions on Fur Scarfs
SUIT ) Substantial Reductions on Fur Collauu 'i t's
DEPARTMENT ) Substantial Reductions on Hair Cloth Suits
DEPARTMENT S Substantial Reductions on Separate Skirts
" Excluslve But
Phone 78-2 "QUALITY IN
A Britjht and Happy
Is Our Best Wish To All
We nuishtothank all nuholhave helpcd
us make!922 a successful business year.
The custom you have given us is sin
Frozen Eggs All Right.
Frozen eggs are good eggn. So con
cludes S. K. Roblnson of Chlcago af
ter llndlng that inlcroscoplc examina
tlon, freezlng test, incubatlon, shaking
test, and effect of alr nnd llght te.sts
were niet as well hy the soliditled as
hy the fresh egg. He declares that
tine mayonnaise dreslng which held
well ln a warm room for 30 .lays had
been made from the refrigerated
Unless Humanity Changes.
"Do you think that the troubles be
tween capltal and labor wlii ever be
"I don't know," renlied Senator Sor
ghiini. "I'm afrald there will always
lie people who wani work without pay
in for It and n;h :' people wlio will
u.iM pny without wiirkfng for It."
Linguists In the Spirlt World.
"Ilow was the seance?"
"A great sikvt.s. Mme. Hokus ma
terlaliv.ed Napoleon Honaparte, Marle
Antolnette and .lullus Oaesar."
"Quite a distni- '.'hed gatherlng."
"Yes, and I was not nwnre untll after
the sennte stnrted that ull three eould
sprak KnclMi fliiently." Blnnlngham
' Winter Clofhing
Men's Suits Overcoats
Sheep Lined Coats
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
At this time we want to thank all you people of
Addison County for your patronage during tbe year, and to
wish everyone a Happy and Prosperous New Year.
Ati AtldlHou County Storc For
Addison County Men iiutl Boys
Substantial Reductions on Fur Collared Coats
Substantial Reductions on Fine Clotb Coats
Sut stantial Ileduetionson l'iu-1 Coats
Substantial Reductions on Serge and Twill
Substantial Reductions on Silk, Crepe Gowns
Substantial Reductions on Silk Overblouses
Do you feel old before your time? )
your back bent and stiff? Do you suf
fer urinary disorders? Don't despair
profit by Middlebury experiencei
Middlebury people recommend Doan's
Kidney Pills. Ask your neighbor
Here's a Middlebury resident's state
ment. Mrs. Napoleon LaPan, 71 Siymour
st., says: "I can certainly say a gooi
word for Doan's Kidney Pills because
they worked wonders for me whenever
I used them. My kidneys became dis
ordered frorn overwork around the
house and I suflered with a queer sort.
of pain across my hips and knees. My
kidneys acted too often and caused
annoyance. Mornings when I got up X'
felt languid and worn out. Soraehow
I learned of Doan's Kidney Pills and
started their use four years ago and
have used them occasionally when
needed. I get the best of results from
The above statement was given Sep
tember IS, 1916 and on April 15, 192(1
Mrs. LaPan said: "I still think Doan's
Kidney Pills are the best kidney tonic
in the world. My former statement
still holds good."
GOc at al! dealers. Fosttr-Mdbuin
Co., Mfrs.. Buffalo. N. Y. -Adr