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DECEMBER 8, 1911.
THE MIDDLEBURY REGISTER. 3 A. G. Mansur, Jewelry and Art Shop 71 Church Street "Quality and L,ow Prices We have heird it said that this is a high-priced store. It is true we have high-priced goods and sell them probablv the most ex pensive in the city but they arc worth it every cent. But that loes not mean we do not have goods ofmedium nnd low prices far from it. The fact that our stock comprises elegant Christmas gifls irom 25 cents to hundreds of dollars show our large variety, our ability to please and furnish the correct thing for any atnount one wants to pay. When tliis store is spoken of as high-priced it means largeness of quantity and variety instead of extravagant prices. But one thing we want you all to understand WE NEVER SACRIFICE QUALITY FOR PRICE. In buying a 25 rent article here you get the full Mansur quality in the same degree as when paying hundreds of dollars. The 25 cent article may be a Hat Pin the hundred dollar a Diamond Cluster. The quality ol the Hat Pin for an article of that kind is fully equal to the Diamond. Our Christmas showing will be better and larger in every way new goods, new novelties, new styles, the finest goods, exclusive pat terns and the cost will be no more for these things of quality than you'll be willing to pay. Come in and let us show you that quality and low prices go hand m hand at this store with quality never sac rificed ior price. Diamomls We make a specialty of Diamonds and can offer you gems at the very lowest prices. Our guarantee goes with every Diamond we sell not only the quality but the prire as well. Maybe you don't know how strong a guarantee we put out and stand back of if not, then you surely ought to find out we'll be pleased to tell you our plan any day. You should see the fine lot of Diamonds we have for the Holiday trade this ycar they make the finest sort of Christmas presents. A beautiful assortment of clocks and as the prices indicate a wide range of styles. There are of course clocks for the hall, bed room, dining room, some very dignified and plain and others ire rtenly omamented. The Westminster chime clock is really one oi the nice ones. Clocks for traveling and automobile clocks are specialties with us. These are all good time pieces and are fully guar anteed, the low priced ones costing the most. Priced all the way rom 65c to $60.00. Hat lMns The most beautiful assortment of Hat Pins in the city is at this store. We have pretty much every desiRii wanted iots of new styles the very latest f reation of the jeweler's r.rt. It lsn't difh cu't to make selections from these goods and the wide range of prices shows the large variety. Priced from 25c to Sio.oo. Special lot of Hat Pins, brilliantly omamented with white stones, large clusters in many different designs very new great value at 75c. tut Glass Nothing nicer for Christmas gifts than Cut Glass provided it is the real article. Like diamonds it has imitations which show cheapness by comparison. We have the genuine the only kind you'll feel like giving. Lots of different pieces to sele-t from, such as vas.es, decanters, pitchers, Lowls, salad dishes, nappies, serving plates crackers and cheese, etc. Priced from S1.00 and un. ' THE PEOPLE'S STORE Bridport, Vermont JpREVIOUS to placing 011 Sale our Immense Line of Holiday Goods, we wish to redtice our stock in some lines, for we inust have the room. To accomplish this we will ofr'er some of most astonishing- values ever luiown in our lines. Price will be no object for they must go. Among these we olfer a lot of Men's Sweaters from 39c up, including the belter grades about two-thirds value Men's Sheep Lined Coats at a discount of from 50c to $1.50 cncli Our regular prices on Horse Blankets ure very low, bet ter Blankets at lower prices, but now we give you an ad ditional diecount of from 50c to $1.00 on each blanket. FLETOHER'S THE PEOPLE'S STORE We Do All Kinds and Do It The Gift Store" Burlington, Vt., December 5, 1911 Fur Robes and Fur Coats to close at unheard of prices- Robes as low as $4.00 Men's All Wool Bennington Underwenr, goods tlmt retail from Sx.25 to S2.00 per garment at a saving of from 25c to 50c a garment. Quilta and Bed Blankets re duced 25c to 50c caclt, flon't fail to come and look, if you nro interested for wo will save you money on ull purchases. of Job Printing Right. We are exclusive agents deep cutting and Leautiful lustre article Art Hrass Goods Very rich in appearance- Larjje assortment including Desk Sets, Book Racks, Smokers' Sets, Candlesticks, Candelabra, Cigar and Cigarette Boxes, Picture Frames, Perpetual Calendars, Letter Openers, etc. Priced from 50c to $25.00.' AVatclics for Gifts This is really the Watch Store of the State a large stock, a wider variety and every one guaranteed. When you get a watch here you know it will be right you can depend on the quality, and we guarantee a pnce that will be lower than you can get anywhere else. We've never before made such low prices on watches the kind you'll be satisfied in giving, too. You can get here watches for ladies from $4.50 to $50.00 and p. Gold filled cases, fine American made movement, chatelaines, beauties, from $8.00 to rs.oo and up. Solid gold cases, guaranteed, the very best American movements, elegant ones, from $15.00 to $50.00 and up. We have Men's Watches from $1.25 and up this really ought to show we are selling watches for very little money. Gold filled cases, fine timers, from $8.00 to $15 oo and up. Solid gold cases, the very best make, from $25 00 to $75 and up This is truly the ring store of the city more styles, more de signs, the newest ideas, beautiful effects and when we say our Rings start in price at FIFTY CENTS it ought to show you that Rings can be had here to the very best advantage ihat this is not by any means a highpriced store. Our that the prices run all the way up to $50.00 and even more. But the value is in every one. All Rings are solid gold not a plated or gold filled one in the store so you're sure of quality here. Ladies' Rings, set with real stones, Sr.25 and up. Seal Rings for mcn; rich designs, S5.00 and up. Diamond Rings, lot of beauties, $10.00 and up. Children's Rings a good assortment, 50c and up. We set them in any style desired and do the most perfect set- ting. Ladies' and Men's Rings from $10.00 to $700.00. Lots of Beauties from $15.00 to $150.00. Mesli Ilan; Spccials This is the finest offering The meshes are of nickel silver, change pockets inside, full 6-inch bag, but we Dought a quantity and sell them tor 52.93. iMcltires Our Art Shop is resplendent witha beautiful line of Picturcs real work of art. There's nothing nicer than a Picture for a Christ mas gift and the ones here have real merit and beauty. Slatuary Beautiful numbers inrtal marble from $9.00 to $45.00 Reproductions in plaster from 15c to $15.00. l'icture Frames In oval and odd shapes, some with gilt an'l others in Sterling silver. A large assortment and teal beauties in the smaller sizes. Priced from 25c to $12.00. Cliristmas Carcls Beautiful ones rnd all new this season, richly embossed in gold and colors. All have appropriate sentiments for the season. Priced at two for 5 cents and up to 15 cents. Be sure to come in and see my newly Remodeled Jewelry and Art Store when in the city. A.G. MANSUR. WEYBRIDGE. H. L. Thompson has gone on a two weeks' trip throuh uorthern New York buying fur. Nellie Stowe has returned from Sagu moro Beach, Mass., wheru she spent bev eral weeks with Jlrs. S. J. Twombly. Mr. and Jlrs. E. C. Kyder are at their old lioniB agaln. Mr. and Mrs. N. W. Merrill entertnined at Thanksgiving dinner Eijbert Merrill and fiiinily of Waltham, Elmer Conrad and familv of Panton, Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Drolette and Mrs. Elhi Hurd of West Cornwall. Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Dewey and Mrs. J. W. Doolin wero in Burlington 8atur day. Mrs. and Mrs. W. E. Monnett of North Ferrisburg were guests of W. W. Kings land over Sunday. Mrs. Iloward Brooks of Lincoln is visiting at her father's, E. M. Iioscoe's. Miss Lucy Ilarriugton of Rutland was tho guest of Mrs. J. S. Shaw for Thauks giving. A boy baby came to the homo of Mr. and Mrs. William Champine Monday Iast. Thanksgiving was generally kept here last week. Quite a number of funiilies came together for a social chat aud a good dinner. Business was generully suspended and storea closed. District Superintendent Coleman will preach at tlm M. E. church at the usual hour next Sunday. Messrs. Damon and siater of Ripton wero at the parsonage over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. lieuben Day and son of Panton celebrated Thursday at H. A. Boies's. Miss Mira Sampson, Mrs. II. Adams, Mrs. Farr and Mrs. Moody wero at Miss Florence Satnpson's. Mr. and Mrs. lloyt of Cornwall wero entertained at thu Mott honie. Vesley Sturtevant is in Albany, N. Y., this week with relatives. Mrs. N. E. Paikhiil went to tho Twitchell hoiuestead for Thanksgiving. Janiea Freegard after a long, hard working life is laid up with sickness for awliile at least. Tho Baker family canio together at their dHUghter's, Mrs. II. A. Clark, on Thankegiving, Christmas will bo observed at the local M. E. church as usunl. for the Libby Cut Glass which has the so characteristic of the genuine 00 and up. Boys' watches from $1.50 variety is so large and comprehensive we've ever been able to make. silver plated, lined with kid and with frames, well made. A regular $5.00 Hev. Dr. Coleman will preach in the Methodist church on this Sabbath moin inc. Come and greet our district suner. intendent and make the service profitable 10 yoursen. C. Hy Britell and Miss Nellie G. Stowe were (iiiietly married at the bride's liome on Tuesday evening, De cember 5, by Rev. E. W. llallowell. After a short wedding trip Mr. and Mrs. Britell will retum to Weybridge to re- ceivo the most kindly co'ngratulations irom ineir many tnenUs. Resolutlons. MORNIXa SU.N LODOE, NO. 5, P. .t A. M liliilllfirt. Vt. . rior- et 1011 At a regular comiminication of Morn- mg oun louge, sso. o, t. & A. Jl., con veneil in their hall at Bridport Novein ber29th, A. D , 1911, tho following ret,o lutions were uiianiinously )ssed: Whertas, the Allwifo and Supremo Grand Architect of tho Universe has been lit to remove from amung us our beloved and highly esteemed brother, Helirr NidinU Ilinl wliornna t-o 1,.... always recognized in him a zealotis urnur in our irau, anu an allectionate and beloved associate and a regular at. tendaut at our conimunications, respcct ed by all with whom he chanced to meet. Therefore, Resolved, Our Iodge room bo draped in mourning for a period of six montha as a token of our appreciation of his many virtues and of our great loss. Resolvc d, That a copy of these resolu tions bo extended to tho family of tho deceaBed and the sympathy of the brethrei. be thus expressed to the bo reaved relatives and friends. Resolved, That a copy of these resolu tions be sent to tho Middlebury Ilegister for publication, nlso that tx copy be epread upon our lodgo book of records. Only a little cold in tho head may be tho beginning of an obstinato casoof Nasal Catarrh. Drivo out tho invader with Ely.s Cream BhIih npplied straight totho iiiilauied stuiTed up air passages. Prico 00c. If you prefer to uso an ato niizer, ask for Litpiid Crani Balm. It hus all the good (malities of tbj solid forni of this remedy and will rld you of catarrh or liay fever. No cocaino to breed a dreadful habit. No mercury to dry out tho secretion. Price 75c, with spraying lubo. All druggists, or mailed by Ely Bros., 50 Warren Street, New York. $1,000,000 FIRE. Unlted States Express Company's Plant Wlpod Out of Exlstence. Jersey City, N. J., Dec. 4. The prln cipal plant of the United States Ex press company for the service of New York City and vicinity was swcpt by fire today, and practically tho whole delivery equipment, consisting of 400 horses, nnd several hundred wagons, were destroyetl. The plant occupied nearly a whole 111 . .... oiock. it compnsetl the company's stables. The loss is estimated at $1,- 000,000. Fred Ockray, night watchman, who gave the alarm, could not be found after the flames subsided, and he prob ably lost his life trying to rescue some of the horses. " Fire started in a manurc pile and soon gained such headway that five alarms were rung in, and at one time it was thought that help would bo nccded from New York. Durinrr the day more than a thou sand mcn and women are cmployed in tho building, but when the fire broke out only fifteen stablcmen were there to care for the horses. These succeed ed in releasing a few of the animals, but were soo.n driven out by dense smoke. Flames were soon roaring to tho roof and ignited several wooden tenements across the street. Firomen had the building wellsurroumled with hose when one of the walls gavo way and three men were caught in the falling masonry and severely mjured. The flro was not untler control until about 5 o'clock and it burnod fiercely during the rest of the morning. Tho company lost all its books and records kept sinco the business was established. Checker Tournamcnt to Be Held in Rutland. The Vermont Checker association will hold its annual tournamcnt at Rutland, opening Wednesday, December 27, and continuing through Thursday and Fri day, December 28 and 29. A business meeting ot tho association will be hck at 11:30 o'clock Wednesday and the tournamcnt will begin at 2 p. m. the same day. Tho motlern two movo restriction style will govern the play. The association at its business meet ing will determine the prizes to be offered the winnors. The winncr of first honors will bo recognized as State Champion. Tho secretary of the asso ciation is arranging a team match with New Hampshiro players to take place in January or February. It is hoped to make this an annual event. A cordial invitation is extended to all the players of the state to join the association and participate in the coming tournuy. The association was organized at Bur lington February 22, 1911, with 20 chartor mornbers with C. J. Ru-iell of burlington as president and George Clifrord of St. Albans as vice prcsident, j and includes among its members sueh , ..w. ,..,u, u ouue iiaminon II. C. Campbell of Rutland, ex-1 champions Col. C. D. Catcrs of Burlington. IN. A I! and E. N. Hyzer of Randolph, Dr. A . II. Valleau of Morrisville, Stewart and noag ot iiurlington, Jarvjs of St. Albans and L. J. Egleston of Rutland. The tourney will bo held at the Rut land Business college on North Main street. Ladies of the Grand, Army Elect Offlcers. William P. Russell circle, No. 5, Ladies of the Grand Asmy, held their annual election of oflicers in their hall on Wednesday evening, with tho fol lowing result: President, Mrs. William H. Morcombe, Sr.; sonior vice presi dent, Miss Martha Carey; junior vice president, Mrs. Ezra E. Tumer; con ductor, Mrs. Archio Watson; guard, Mrs. Edward Wooster; assistant guard, .Mrs. Edward Crannelly; delegates to tne state convention, Mrs. Robert T. Morse, Mrs. L. U. .Morrison and Mrs. Emily Rogers. The remaining oflicers are to be appointed hereafter. TheJ Circle took in ono new momber Wednes day evening and will give a belated "Harvest Home" supper in their hall from 5 to 8 o'clock next Mondav even ing, December 11. What Christmas Presents Shal I Make. This depcnds niuch nnon the nerson to whom you make them, but in more cases tnan you probably ituagme, no present couiu ue niaUo which would contributo nioro to tho welfuroof tho reoinient thnn a depoait bouk in tho Hyde Park Savings jani. Thia Bank never declines a deposit be- cause it is Binall Any hum from a single cent to a million dollars will be re ceived and 4 per cent. interest allowed, compounded semi-anmmlly. Remember the Bank paya all taxes nnd if tho donor wishes to qualify tho deposit by saying it must not bo withdraw'n un til sonio bpecilied day, us for instance when the recinient is 18 or 21 veats of ago, it Is entirely proper to make tho do poeit in this way. iet tho nass-book bo accomnanied bv nice letter from tho donor to tho recip ient urging thrif t and suj;gestipg that this little nest egg be added to from time to time as tho recipieut has a few coppers that ho or sho can save. W o do not need to tell you about tho strength nnd solidity of tho Hyde Park Savings Bank, but if you would like any iHuis conueuieu wnn ineuamr, writo the President. Carroll S, Page, or tho Troas urer, F. M. Culver, and you will receivo a pronipt reply. 20ct Off ON THE FINEST OF Christmas Gifts At CHINA HALL Select your Chinaware, Cut Glass, Bric-a-Brac, Lamps, etc, at the store that makes Christmas shopping a pleasure by marking prices down instead of marking them up. Don't wonder what to givej our large stock is brim full of appropriate suggestions. GHINA HALL Itlasonic Temple Killington, Vermont. GLASSES AS XMAS PRESENTS are very popular nowadays. If a dear relative or friend needs 1them, why not get a pair from us to be fitted properly after Xmas or New Years ? The charges are reasonable and no prcsent could be more useful or attractive. Lot us show you at TIio Ad dison Ilonst', Wodnes (lay, Dec. IJoiir.s ' 10tol'.'a. in.nml - to 4 p. in. A. R.SLADER M VNLTACTflMVit "1'Ti iI ;:TI!I'-T 1IOME IH'KK 1: AMl l.ltlMM.Ni, 1'I.ANT 0 M. ioh.inif,- llovv, Riitliuid, Vt. CAN YOU Writo a letter Kntriish? plain pi'nmanehip anil correct I'iiture n little itcm quickly and fccl ure it ia correct ? lCo,nffi.ln,cr'w "' count ...iy , nou.and Kccpaslmnle. yet mcuratu. accountof yourdcal- iniri witli other- If not, PLAN NOW to begin a course with us Jan. 1, 1"j!2. Sfnii for information showins what we have done for utheis and can do for you. I'rop, Calves Wanted: e are paying, fur iirotnpt bhipment, :i cents per pound for hog-diested Calves. At tbia price we pay the freight from any Vermunt c r New Hampsbire point on -00 pound hhlpnients. Stoi-k should he well bled, free from diseafe, thoroughly frnzeii nnd s-liould haveentrails removed". Shipnienth mny be ombined with liides, Skinti, Iiones, inllow. etc. Shin ouick. iit- prictw will probably dteline as the eea- ! CARUOLL 5. PAGE. Hvde Park. Vt 60 YEARS' EXPERIENCE TnADE Marks Designs Copvrights etc. Anrnno cnd!nit a nketch and descrlptlnn may quickly asrertnin otir opm-.on free whether an Inventtnn Is probably patent.ihle. Coraraunlra tionsatrlctlyconudontlal. IIANDBOOK onl'atem sent free. Oldest neency for eecuriuir patcnts. I'.itents taken throunh Munn & to. recelve iptetal notlce, nltliout cliauto, ln tho Scieniific JHnerican. A handsomely lllurtrated weokly. T.arsest rlr culation of nny ncientaio lourQ&l. Tcrms. f 3 a year: fnur montha, 11. Sold byall newsdcaler. MUNN &Co.36,Bf"l"i'. New York Urancb UHco. tS5 Y SL. WasblnntOD, U. C. INGERSOL WATCHES The Watch for evervbodv Pric 8 S3 50, S5 00, $7.00, $9.00, S11.00, S12 00 Every ?14.UU, 111.00, 31S.00 and 25.00. Watch guaranteed. n. i. n n o u c n PARKER'S HAIR RALSAM Clean! and boautiilei the halr. l'romutci a luiuriant prowtii. llevcv FatU to llettore Qray llair to lta VoutUful Color. Curti fl dtfMfi & hair taliUig. SDc auJ jl uu at f)ruggjU Not "standpatterb' hut "stickpatters' -The Red Croes C'hristiuas Seal. i i antl Priii