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aiiA.r EVEKI AU v 1 1JN THIS PAPER. 1T WILL PAY YOU JUNE 21, 1907 Look well at your tackle. Our line is new and complete. BURT'S DRUG STORE LOCAL NOTICES. (Koticos unrtor thls hoad ton conts per llne flrat tnscrtlon; flvo cents per ltne succeedlug neertlons. Counl sovon sliort wonls to llne or etx loiig oni)3.1 Mlleaga bonks nt llurt's. Mllenga ltooks at MftrsliaU's. Strawlierrlo'i at K. K. Itlch's. Dlreot cofTeo aml tca at liurt's. Newlot of BlelglH ntH. II. TUomas'. Get your berrlea at Gorham'a markct. New 1 Jea patlanis 10c at Gee Slstera. Itacino Kect, all azo i, at Geo Sistcrs. Nlce uiURktnolons at .Toe Calvl's. Sice aprlcjts and peaches nt.Joo Calvl's. MW iicDury lilstorlcnl plates at Shelilon's. A few good housei to rcnt. J. M. llurko. 23 U Cnt flowora at all tlinca at Hunt's Green hoases. 42tf Sheep Dlp In bulk or by the can at Sliel tlon's. Just a.i good as It wns la9t year. Sbeldon's lce cream soda. bweet peas, nasturtlum seeds ln bulk at Stcrns' l'ark Drug Store. A S'o. 1 veaU and llgbt liogs wantcd cach week at Wlnans llros. market. Wanted You lo reail ad. about Success Tonlc on pagu.'l. 14tf A good .Jnpan tca, 1 poumla for $1.00. E E. Kfcb. Was-teii To btiy or hlre a yearllng bull. Gorham ,t Jons. Mti Ornuges, plnoapplns, bauana's, straw berrles, oucuinbers at K. E. Hlcii's. StrawberrluM. orauges, lemons amlbananas at Bond'd. r.ownoy's cliocolAtof frcah everv weck at Stcrns' Paik Dnig storo. Kor Salk A good mllcb beifer. Mrs. C. JJcatty, U Woybrldgo 8treot 25tlp Herall straw bat cleanor at Sheldon's. A fine aanarttnetit of plpes. Como and 9ee them at jjtern'a l'ark Drug Storo. Foe SALii Cliolce buckwlieat, for feed or seed. II. 10. Sanford. 20tf For Silk Comfortablo bouae ln Middle bnry vlllago for J1250. Norman S. Koote. 2Stf For Sai.k I.oatber top buggy, $12.00, or ln orcbango for wood. lnqulro ofQce. Waxtbd At tlio Addison Homo, Etrong glrl to do idtchun work. Wamtbd A glrl to do general liouaework. Apply to B. W. wlnans, liason Ilarbor, Vt. 23tf Salmoti ln 10 pound klts at Gorham 3. 20 pound klta of trlpa 90o. Gorham's markot. To ttKNT Ono-half toneinent UouJe and barn. near depot. Jobn Houattfn. 2St3 Wantkii A good strong woman to do lanodry work. Good wagos. Addison House. 24tt PDZ7.LK Flnd tbe ad of W. K. Eager ln tula paper. 21tf New lot of wblte canvas oxfor.la just ln E. K. Itlcli. For Sai.k A lady's flrst class blcycle. HenryF.Joy. 21tf All bllls agalnst tbe catate of Frod J. Good. ro may be proaentod to WllllsN. Cady, ad. mlnlstratoi'. 2U3p Wanteu Two men ou farm by day or montli. wlll pay bcat wages golng- Addreaa, E. F. Frlsblo, Vorgonnes, vt. SltSp Foa Sac.k One large work lior.se, 1 abeep and sbcep power to run separator. F. W. WWtney, Wott Sallabury, Vt. 25t2o L&dlea, if you want ttie hnest flavorlng ex. tracta, call for McMoiiaglo & Kogcra I'ro mlum Frult Flavors. Sold only at Ileuedtet'a. Fou Salk Cultlvator and 1-horso mowlng machlno, noarly new; 1 set double.work harnesses; band corn plantcr. Geo. T. Champagno. 23tf Jnlla K. Ilond dealrea to sell bcr liousebold fnrniture, and wlll bo at her late rcaldence oc Semlnary street on and after Thuraday June27. for tbat purpoao. -.nl at tbia 2-2tf a good 9tf For penslon bualness, etc, and general buslnesatbrotigb nll ilepartmonts of govern mont, collcstlons made. Molvln Wllklnson, otary rubllo, llrldport. 20tf Kcep your kllcbcn utenslls oloan and brlgt by U9lng Old Dutcli Cleancr. Getlt at Sterna' l'ark Drug Storo. (5ol .vonr leo ercam soda, collego lco wltli frultaor ayrups nonebotter ln thu country atstorng' Park DrugStore. I pay blgbo9t cash pnccs for all klnds of farm products. Call ln and 9eo nioortolo. pbono nuniber 32-2. W. J. Wood's Maiiket. Pa9luro to let for horgea, cattlo or young atock; well fenced and good tced. Apply to Honiy D. Wood, Ripton, Vt. aiay 8, 1907. roii Sai.e Tbe farm oftlielatoJ. It. New. About seventy acres, throo miles from Slld- llobury, 011 tbe crcck road. N. D. Morso, Aduilnlstrator, Middlebury, It. 1). 6. 25Up Wanteu Educatcd, Chrl9tlan men or women to bolp organlze cla890S ou a new plan for tho liomo etudy of tho blblo. Ad dresa Gcorgo E. Robblns, 93 North St., Rut land, vt. Itemcmber wo aro atlll buylne and shlpplng voals and hoga. If youhave nny to sell call n and sco ua bcfore solllng. L. J. Gorham .t Sons. Tho Eaton and Hurlbut papera nro un- qualled ln style and ouallty by nny otber make and yet thoy co9t you no more than ln. ferior papera; sold at Sterna' l'ark urug Store. The Do Laval Cream Scparatora are tho acknowledged world'a standard machlnes. 8V),0001n dally use. Trlces lowor than ovor bcfore. For cataloguo and prlcea see A. II. Bristol, solllng ngent. 16lf I.ost A valuable black and tan hound, Aprll 7. Ln-it seon ln Ilalllday swarap. Haa two yellow spots, one ovcr eacb oyo. Ilo ward for lnformatlonleadlngtoblsrecovery. Leavo word at thls olllce. Ityron V. Crauo. ltitf TEACMF.ns' IlnnEAU Good tcacbcra for fall po9ltlons; alao governcsaes and tntors. Schoola recommcnded to parcnts. Tho Inter natlonal Teacbera' Ruroau, 90 Flftb Avo., Room 2, Manhattan Buildlug, New York. 33tf For Sai.e Soveranco proporty on Woy brldgo street, conslatlng of several vacant lot9, pa9ture, mcadow, 0110 llno two atory lioii9e, 0110 old liouge. Tlna proporty can bo old aeparatcly or collectlvely. Normau 5. oote. 25tf Wlll pay J-35.00 per month wltli board for good man to caro for horsee nnd do general work nround tho place. Must aend good efercnccs wltli appllcation. Young man from farm preferred. Dr. llowen, llrattlo boro, Vt. 25t3p Fou Rent "Dunmoro I.odgo" at Lake Dunmore, Vt. New nnd well furnlehcd, ln- ludlngboat, (! sleepltig rooma, den, llvlng 00111, kllcben nnd lavntory. $10 per week for Jnno and September. $12.50 per weck for July. For partlculars nddreaa 1.. C. htevcns. 4 llroad St., Iloston, Masa., or F. K. nackug, Brandon, Vt. 22tf Fou SAt.E Carrlngo, akeleton waijon, sin- glo barnc99. G, A. McIIugh, Semlnary St. 23tf Wanteu A young or mlddlo nged man to nct aa reprcaontatlve ln tho salo of granlto momununtal work ln Middlebury and aur roundlng towns. Wc want a man wbo haa a largc nrqualntaiico, good ad lre9s nnd popu- ar with the people. The partlcular aorvicu we sbould requlro wo ild not lnterfcro to anv great extcnt wlth preaent occupatlon. We havo a good propoaltlon to olTor the rlght party. Atldre99 1. O. Box 393, Barre, Vt., and wrltn at once. 24t2 l a We show a splendid assort ment of the latest styles in neckwear, the newest color- ings and designs. Everything man or boy wears is here. SlilrtH, Straw Hats, nelts, LlHlc IIoHiery, HniiclltcrcliicfH, Gnuxc Underwear, ctc. CASH NO CBE?IT Joy's MIDDLEBURY LOCALS. Mr. atid Mrs. W. W. Wood aml daugli ter Katlierine, went to Boston lnst Friday for a two weeks' visit with friends. 3Irs L. S. Knight and Miss Daisy Cushman gave a bridge whist iarty on Wednesdav afteruoon at the home of Miss Cushuinn. Miss Beatrice Miner, wlio went to Northampton, Mass., last week to attend the graduation exercises of Miss Sophie Wilds, '07 of Smith College, has returned liome. Mias Wilds had a pronnnent part insenior dramatics, the play given being 'Much Ado About Nothlng." Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Partndce spent a few days in town thls week. Miss Daisy Cushman recently visited friends in Bristol, Miss Mabel Martin haa gone to Greens boro fora several weeks' visit at the home of her aunt. The Concreeational Sunday Bchool gave a very successful concert last Sun' day evening. Dr. and Mrs. W. H. Sheldon were re cently in New York city on business. Herbert Simms has returned to Brain tree, Mass., after abrief stay in town. Msr. Taylor and daughter, Genevieve, of Fort Edward, N. Y., are visiting rel- atives in town. Dr. Bumn is spendine the week with friends in Burlington. Miss Susan Parker, who has been trav eling abroad the past year, has returned to Middlebury after a few weeks stay in Washington, D. C. Will Fostur has a flnely-bred Morgan stallion that Iip is to bring to the Rut lund Horse show next week. Mr. and Mrs. R, G. S. Blynn are spend' ing a few days in New Haven. Last Sunday a deer was seen quiotly feeding in the ineadow back of the home of U. G. S. Blynn. On Sunday next, June 23, the services in St. Stephen cnurcn wiu ue (jiiorai celebration of Holy Euclmrist nnd ad dress, 9 a. m.; evening prayer, 7 p. m. On Sunday next, June 23, the servlce in St. Barnnbas chapel.East Middlebury, will be at 11 a. in. Bishop Hall will preach. There will be a celebration of the Holy Communion. All cordially in vited to attend this service. Aleck Ranger, Leslie Guyette and George Guyette were arrested by Deputy SherilT Noble Sanford Thursday night charged with intoxication, and lodged in Addison county jail. They were ar raigned before Justice F. M. Foote Fri day, pleaded guilty, and flned '$5 and costseach. Ranger paid, but the Guy ette were unable to do so, and took the alternativo sentence of 10 days each in Addison county jail, The graduation exercises of Middle bury High school were held Frlday even ing in Town hall, which was elaborate ly decorated for the occasion with ferns and cut flowers. A class of 20 studenta received diplomas. The annual com mencement hall followed, muslo being Saturday evening, Master Rny AVilbur, of Tinmouth visit- ed his cousin Russell Norton, on Wash ington street, this-week. On nccount of the Commencement exercises of the college next week, the band will give 110 concert. Sunday was Cln'ldren's day at the Con- grcgational church nnd the annual Sun day school concert was given in tho even ing to an nudience which filled the church. The Sunday school, and all members o the church who wish to join had a picnic at Lake Dunmore Tues- day. Miss Adeline Myrick, who haa been with relatives at Cream liill, Shoreham, for a year and more, has returned and will soon reopen her house on Franklin street. Frank Shackett, a former resident, and now proprletor of the Goddard House nt Ludlow, has returned to that town after a brief visit in Middlebury and Bridport. PhilipStewart'sson of Colorado Springs is visiting his grandfather, Ex-Gov. Stew- irt. F. B. Brooks, well nnd most favorably known to mnny of the older residents of this vicinity, having been in business at Brooksville for years, was a visitor in town this week. Mr. Brooks is the pres ident and manager of the Anthony Wholesale Grocery Co., of Anthony, Kan. A. K. Carr is making extensive im- provements on his home on North Pleas- ant street. Dr. L. E. Mellen will be absent from his oflice from July 1 to August 5, for his annual vacation. The band concert, which was tohave been given in the park Wednesday even1 ing, will be given weather permitting. Judge F. M. Foote, and Miss Ruth Shepard and William Foote Bpent a few Inys nt thu pleasant summer home of F. II. nnd W. M. Button in North Hero this week. The Woman's Cliristian Teniperanco Union will meet with Mrs. L. D. Dyer Friday afternoon, June 28, at 3 o'clock. A cordial invitation is extended. Mrs. W. II. Mntthews left Wednesday night for the Jamestown Exposition. The 29th of June she expects to sail from New York city on the St. Paul, Ameri can line, for an extended tour in Europe. 5Irs. Stewart and son, Benjamin, have returned from Washington, Conu. The Congregational Sunday school held a largcly attended and very mccehsful picnic at Lake Dunmore Tuesday. 5Irs. Jennie Cushman has returned from a two weeks' stay in Burlington. The many friends of Mrs. J. W. Pitts of Boston, who was the leading siuger here for many years, will be glad to learn that she will sing in the Congregational church on the morning of Baccalaureate Sunday. John Higgins and G. S. Wainwright went to Hancock Wednesday for a few days hunfing trip. The ball game between the Marble Mill nine and the clerk's club Thursday afternoon was won by the clerks, 7 to 3. Among visitors here are Norman S. Johnson of Tallahossee, Fla., and Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Wlieeler of Portland, Me. Robert T. Morse went Sunday to Pitts ford, where he expects to work the rest of the season in tho construction of the State tuberculosis hospital. Mr. and Mrs. A, B. Taber of Vergennes have been visiting their son, Arthur C Taber. There are unclaimed letters at the postofTice for A. E. Bryant and Miss M E. LaTourette. Judge rred M. toote iinu his son, William, have gone to Thompson's Point, Lake Champlain, to spend a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Partridge of Proc tor nre visiting his mother in East Mid dlebury for 11 few days. The final examinations at Middlebury collego began Tuesday and will continne until Friday. Samuel Meekin is makiilg oxtensive re pairs to his house. The thermometer registered 90 degrees in the shade hero Tuesday. Asa Hemenway, who has been erect ing a house in Bridport, has returned home. The Young Women s wissionary soci' ety of the M. E. church will meet with 'Mrs. Arthur Delphia Friday nfternoon at 3 o'clock. Grace A. Foote, Sec. Miss Marie Murkland has returned home after uttending Smith college com mencement. Miss Murkland was a grad uate of Smith ln 1900, 3 cans Gold Brand sweet peas for 25c cans sweet corn 25c 2 cans Honej Dew haby heeta 25c 3 cans Honey Dew pumpkin or squash 25c emon Clmg Cal. peaches 25c ANOTHER BIG BARGAIN lot or ioc eroods lust re ceived, consisting o crockery,- giassware, en amelled ware, tinwafe and many things too numer ous to mendon, BOND7S A Few Nuts For Money Savers to Crack Honey Dew preserved strawberries 25c Sardines 5c to 40c Extra size packages corn flakes 10c Quaker Wheat Berries 10c and 20 other kinds of cereals. Bass Baby Butter, Equal and Montpelier Crackers. Canned meats at lowest prices. 3 pounds good Coffee'SOc. Our groceries are the best and prices are always low. A square deal, 16 ounces to the jound. Send in an order. 4 pounds Jap Tea $1.00. LADIES' AND GENT'S SHOES For everyone. Come and see our goods and get our prices. FRANK A. BOND Miss Haven returned Wednesday and is tho guest of her sister, Mrs. D. M. Means, for the summer. Miss Alice Brainerd, who has been teachlng in Morristown, N. J., has re turned home for the summer vacation. Miss Jessica Stewart has returned after week's Btay in New York city and Northampton. Misses Margaret and Eleanor Means, who have been attending Smith College the past year have returned to Middle bury for the summer. Col. and Mrs. S. A. Ilsley returned Monday after a month's stay in Que- bec. Mrs. J. Allen Warner and daughter of Albany, N. Y., are guests at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Wain wright, for a few weeks. J. A. Warner has returned to Albany ifter spending Sunday in town with his family. George Cobleigh is visiting at the home of Mrs. Fleming for a few days. Gustavus Smith is painting and mak ing other repairs on his house on Court street. F. L. Fish of Vergennes is i-pending a few dayti in town on business. Duputy Sheriil N. J. Sanford arrested Allen Angier of Bridport about noon Thursday for intoxication and placed him in the county jail. He was taken before Judge Foote Friday morning, pleaded guilty and was flned flve dollars and costs. He signed the pledge so the fine was, diopped. Mr. Sanford also arrested Leslie Goyette of East Middle and Edward Goyette of Salibury for in toxication. They were placed in the county jail and Friday morning they were taken before Judge Fred M. Foote. They pleaded guilty to the charge and were flned flve dollars and costs in each case. They will probably have to saw wood for ten daya in the jail yard. 'Blue Monday often comea from Sun day eating. Strengthen the stoniacn with Mi-o-na, and Monday will have no indigestion. Fifty cents, W. H. Shel don. Commencement Concert. It is with great satisfaction that the class of 1907 of Middlebury College an- nounce to its friends in Middlebury and vicinity that they will be able to offer on Wednesday, June 20, as a concert attrac tion the justly popular Schubert male Quartette. There is no other quartette before the public today that- can excel them in indivldual excellence as soloists, or in pertectiou oi tone-nienuing in ensemble work. The Schuberts furnish an entiro evening's entertainment them- selves, but ivhen they ate asaisted by such a well known entertainer as Charles T. Grilley, it ls needless to say that the evening will bo most enjoyable. We are looking forward to seelng you all at the concert. Come and be made happy. Church Notes. 1IETHOD1ST CHURCH. In the Methodist church next Sabbath, the pastor, Rev. W. II. Washburne, will speak in the morning on "This A orld nnd Jesus," and in the evening, "Ambi' tiou." Burlington to Buy Ethan Allen Park. At the city meeting in Burlington Fri day it was voted to authorize the pledge of the city's credit for $10,000 to pur chase the Ethan Allen park property The reaolutlon for the purchase of the property waa as followa: "Reaolved, That the city council within and for the city of Burlington be and is hereby nuthorized to pledge tho credit of said city by issuing the negotiablo bonds or notes of aaiu city for an amount not exceedidg J10.000 for the nurnose of nurchasinc of W. J, Van Patten, for a public park, .that land known na the northerlv nart of Ethan Allen park, in area about flfty-three acres in accordance with the ptovisiona of the city charter (act No. 201 of the aession lawa of 100G.) Only one remedy in the world that will at once stop itchinesa of tiie skin in (a DROWN YOUR THIRST 11!! Most soda satisfies thirst much as pop corn satisfies hunger. That's because you don't get much of a drink and what you do get isn't substantial. Our soda is different. There is something to it. There are pure fruit juices plenty of them sparkling soda water and if it's ice cream soda, you get a liberal quantity of ice cream in each glass. SHELDON'S STORE OPPOSITE H. A. Sheldon 1847 POSTOFFICE Dr. W. H. Sheldon 1907 IlifcZ!!! CRESCENT COFREE Still in the Lead of 25c. COFFEE Marshall's Favorite is gaining new customers for the 35c. COFFEE G. E. MARSHALL THE WHITE! STOR12 'Phone Call 24-3, furnished by an orchestra from Rut O. P. RICH any part of the body : Doan'a Ointment. land. At any drug store, 60 centa.