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OCTOBER 11, 1912.
THE MIDDLEBURY REG1STER.
SEND YOUR. NADIE AT ONCE
FOU A COPY OF
A Book of Qift Suggestions ln Diamonds,
Watches, Jewelry, Lenther, Cliinti, GlaBs,
8tationery and Art Novelties WITH PRICES
sent poBt paid. ., .,
FARM FOR SALE
situated 71-2 miles west of
Middlebury and 5 miles from
Lake Champlain, 1 1-2 miles
from Bridport village. The
farm, consisting of a variety of
soils, has the reputation of be
ing exceptionally productive.
There is a substantial, well
built 20-room house of Colo
nial style and furnace heated.
The other buildings are near
the house. There is a drive
well of good water. For further
Postoffice Box 125
Humphreys' Specifics hava
been used by the people -with
satlsfaction for more than BO
years. Medical Book ssgiU free.
FeYera, Congestlons, Inflammatlons 25
Wormn, Wiirm Kcicr, orWorm Dlsease. '2S
Collc, Crylng and Wakefulncss of Inlants.23
Dinrrbea.of Children and Adults '23
Couc'n.ColJs, Bronchltls 23
Tootliache, Faccactie, Ncuralgla 23
Ileadaclie, Slck Iliadache, Vcrllgo. 25
D)ipepila, Indlgeetlon, Weak Stomacn 23
13 Croup, Hoarse Cough, LarytiglUs 23
14 Salt Hheum. Ernptlons.Erys'pelas 23
15 KhrumntUni, or Rhcumatic Palns '26
10 Frer and Atue, Malarla 23
17 Pilri. Bllnd or r.lMdlnic. External, Internal.23
19 Catarrh. Influeusa, Cold in nead 23
SO Whooplnj I'oaih, Bpasmodlc Cough 33
1 Aitlima. Oppmwd.DlfflcultBrcaUiliit 'J5
ST Kidney Illi-a . 13
18 Nertous DeblUty. VIU1 Weakntis 1.00
30 Urlnary Incontlnence, Wettlng Bd S3
14 fcoreThroat. Quiniy - ..... 33
77 Grip, rUy Fever and Sumncr Colds 25
I1A by draiiu, er sent oa recelpt of prlM.
lTDXrBRETS' nOMEa HEDICrNB CO., Cormsl
Wllllun and Ann StreeU.New York,
GET YOUR LUNCH
KIDDER'S LUNCH ROOM
You can get anything you
want at reasonable prices.
We have a splendid layout
ol all kinds of
lce Cream Fruits.
Lcnve Your Orders for n Jnr
of our Cclebrntcd Bnlccd
Bcnns lor Sunday.
In Jact everything in the elec
trical line for comfort these
F. C. WARREN,
Telephone 332-4 or 135-5
is one of the townB at which we
mnko regular vieits,
All those who livp in or near that
place should fcc 113 or write for ap
xintment when they desireglosaes
lltted Batiafactorily and reasonably.
At tlic Hotcl Logan
TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY
Octobe r 15 and 16
Evenings only, unless by previoua
A. R. SLADER
Optonietrist nnd Mnnu
Main Offlce and Grinding Room
C MerchantB' Row.
JEWETT & GO
While we still make
milk and cream our
speciality, still we would
like to sell more skim
and buttermilk. Nice
Butter and Dutch
Cheese nearly every
day. Grapes for can
ning. Remember we
have or can get most
anything that grows cn
L. C. LITCHFIELD,
I will sell at Public Auction on
the premises of the late
Harrison Holden on
Tuesday, Oct. 22
at 10 o'clock a. m.
The stock consisting of Cows,
Sheep, Horses, Hay, Grain
and Farming Implements.
If weather is unfavorable, sale
will be held next day Oct. 23.
ALLAN CALHOUN, Adm'r.
M. K. MOORE, Auction'r.
All personB who would liko to engage
students to work for them during the
whole, or a part, of the present collego
year, are reuueBted to conimunicato with
Dr. Avery E. Lambert, Dean of the
Miss Eliz&bcth Caswell, who wcnt to
Fort Edward to attend the wedding of
Miss "Genevieve Tnylor and Albert
Keatlng, haB'returned home nfter
absence of 10 days.
The item in last week's Rogister an-
nouncing that a moving picture enter
tainmcnt would be given in the town
hall on the evening of Friday, October
25th, for the benefit of William P. Rus-
sell post of this village, was incorrect.
The date should have been November
8. Tho members of the post and the
ladies of the circle are doing all possible
to make it a success and thereby finan-
cially aid the Grand Army post.
Mrs. C. P. Keeler has recently re
turned from New York nnd entcred the
employ of Mrs. Brough as head trim
mer in her milinery store. Mrs. Brough
has recently purchased the business
formerly conducted by Mrs. Severance
on Main strect.
Miss Mary A. Mills, 68 years old,
died at her home on South Main street
Friday night af ter a lingering illness
with a cancer of the stomach. Miss
Mills has resided in this town nearly
all of her life. Aside from several
cousins she is not survived by any near
relatives. The funeral was held at her
late home at 2 o'clock Monday after
noon. Burial was in the Munger street
Owipgto several complaints which
have been madc during the past month
relative to the condition of the road
east of the new underpass, Frank
Warner of the public service commis
sion, County Road Commissioner E.
J. Buttolph and General Manager
George Javvis of the Rutland railroad
visited the place on Saturday morning.
Af ter an examination of the condition
of the highway they ordered the con
tractors, who are building the under
pass, to put the road in a passable con
dition at once, so that teams would be
able to visit the grain and coal yards
north of the new underpass. The work
of repairing the road began at once
and is now in a fairly passable condi
tion. There was a good attendance at the
meeting of the Women's Association of
Missions held at the Congregational
church. There were representatives of
missionary societies from the several
surrounding towns. Mrs. Charles Lam-
son 0 Auburndale, Mass., was the
principal speaker and was followed by
several of the county officers. The
meeting was under the direction of Mrs.
Ira Taylor, president of the local soci
ety. Refreshments were served.
A. C. Woodward, the popular drug
clerk, has resigned his position with the
H. B. Dutton Drug Co.
Ex-Gov. John V. Stewart and daugh
ter, Mrs. J. Walter Sylvester, left the
first of the week for Detroit, Mich.,
where they will spend a fevr days. They
will also visit at New York city and
Wilton, N. H., before returning.
The freshman class of the college
held their banquet at the Bardwell
house in Rutland on Thursday evening.
The sophomores made an attempt to
prevent the "freshies" from getting
the train, but outside of a few skirm
ishes everything passed off peaceably.
The annual meeting of tho Lndies' Aid
society '.vaa held with Mrs. C. R. Brown
October i. lhefollowing olucers were
chofien: President, Mrs. E. II. Baker;
MrBt vice president, Mrs. C. R. Brown;
second vice prebident, Mrs. F. C. Raw.
son; Becretary and treaBurer, Mrs. U. C,
E. P. W'aite took an automobile party
conBiRting of Mr. and Mrs. John I'reeton,
Mra. Cox and Miss Ida Cox to Castleton,
Poultney and Granville last week.
Mrs. V. C. Kelsev took her annual
horsebank rlde on October 3d, her birth
day. She is past 60 ypara of ace and
bopes to ride on her 70th birthday.
The ThurBday club eleuted the follow
ing ofllcerB: Presidrnt, Mrs. Will Keeler;
vice president, Mrs. Mnble Baker; secre
tarr and treasurer, Mrs. II. W. Ilolmea
Mrs. SarahCarter of Pittsford is spend
ing a week with friends in town.
Tlie Lndies' Aid society are invited to
meet with Mrs. Carroll "Needhaui Wed
nesday afternoon, October 16.
Abnut 200 of the colored cnvalry of
Fort Ethan AlJen. Burlington, cnmped
near the village Tiiesduy night.
WHY IT SUCGEEDS
Because It's For One Thing Only,
and Middlebury People Appre-
Nothing can be good for everything.
Doing one thing well tirings succeea.
Doan'H Kidney Pills are for one tliing
For weak or disordered kidneys.
Ilern ia Middlebury evidence to prove
Mrs. Frank A. Trudo, High St., Mid
dlebury, Vt., says: "I have had no
kidney trouble to apeak of since Doan'a
Kiduey Pills cured nie. nearly three
years ago, and consequently I am will
ing to recommend them again. I
suffered for quito a while from severe
pairiB ncrosx the smnll of my back, and
sorenesa in my kidneys. Ilenring of
Donn's Kidney Pills I gavo them a trial,
and it was not long before they brought
relief. ThiB remedy mado so great an
iniprovement in every way that I urge
its UBe to all kidney Bullerers."
For sale by all dealers. Price COcents.
Foater-Milburn Co. Buffalo, Now York,
sole iigpntR for tlie Uliited States.
Remember tho name Donn'a and
tnke no other. adv.
Hirani Morse passed awny Tuesdny,
October 8th, ngrd 78 years. Ue whs
born nnd hnd always lived in Leicenter
nnd. itli tlm exceptinn of a feiv yenra,
at llic old liomeBtead. ulipre he uied.
FTe Iphvps besido 11 wldo.v, a son and
TheC. Urlglnim Co. of Wallingford
Inive 08tablit-lii.il 11 new milk route be
Kiiming October Olli, the c.ir starting
from Addison Jnnction. Many in town
are c'.Hiiging from the olhcr c inipany
to tlie new one. They are to build a
plant nt Leicpster J unction as soon as
new Bide tracks nre lucated.
The general public will be plenesd to
learn a new Btation is in procesH of con
Btruction at Leicester Junction.
Mips Delaey Severy of Oberlln. Ohio,
who is nttending Bchool In Mrnndon,
spent Sunday at Judson Severy's.
Mrs. Lena St. John visited in Brandon
and Pittsford lattt week.
Mrs. Mary Hamilton and daughter,
Ruth, were with Mrn. John E. Weeks in
Middlebury last week, returning Mon
day. Mrs. Weeks came with her.
Mrs. E. K. Preston. who has been
serioujly ill is gaining. Her couBin, Mlea
Gleason ia with her.
Mi'pr Rowland and friend were with
Mrs. F. A. Atwood over Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs, Rickert have returned
from their wedding trip-and are at Mr.
Wilcox's for the winter.
It seems good to hear the voice of our
former central at exchange onc more
and know she is improving in health.
Rev. J. C. Cornell was a recent visitor
Mrs. R. G. NoyeB and daughter are at
George W. NoyeB' for a while.
Mrs, Edward Thomas and daughter
have been with her mother, Mrs. Moore,
during her illness.
CARD OF THANKt.
We wish to express our Bincere thanks
to friends who expressed their sympathy
by Bendinc post cards and flowers to
cheer the last days of our nephew and
couBin, also to those who sent flowers
JUR AND MRS. JOHN DEVYOLF.
Mr. and Mits. A. G. Dddley.
Iniprovement in the weather is
ing to all.
Mr. and MrB. L. C. Drolette and Mrs.
Etta Hurd recently visited Mr. and Mra.
N. Merrill of WeybridKe.
Mr. and Mra. L. DeWitt visited Mr.
and Mra. J. DeLeeun on Suuday last.
U. T. Ditnmick was in Middlebury a
few days early in the week.
Mrs. L. C. Drolette and Mrs. Carroll
Moii-e attended the missionary meeting
in Middlebury on Tuecday afternoon
Apple picking is now in order. Apples
better than the prlce, bo the wise ones
Mra. K. L. Taylor has recently visited
relatives m Middlebury.
Mr. and Mrn. C. J. Lowell entertained
on Sunday laat Mr. and Mis. Will
SimondB and liia ilaiicliter, Gertrude, of
Middlebury and Metsrs. Cook and
Ogilvie of Proctoi.
Jamea Baldwin and wife went to Bran
don on Tuendnv to attend the funeral of
l.is niece, Mrs. Flora Baldwin Loomis.
Mrs. E D. Twitchell has returned to
her home in Middlebury astistmg in
caring for Mrs Sheldon,
Miss L. J. Fuller was in Burlington on
The funeral of Mra. Martha L. Sheldon
was held on Saturdav afternoon. She
was a daughter of Jonathan and Lydla
Perry, who died several years ago. Her
husband, Harvey Sheldon, who was a
aoldier in the civii war, hae been dead
for a number of years. She was born
October 1, 1823, and passed from this life
October 3d. Her life has been lived in
this town and Bhe left many friends
beside her immediate fatnily. She is
6urvived by a son, Frank, whose home ia
in Shoreham and a daughter, Mra. M. E,
Twitchell, with whoui ehe has lived for
nearly two years past and five grand
children also an aged sister. Mrs. Evelyn
Stevens of Springfield. While she had
reaclied four icore years she did not
seeni old to her friends as she enjoyed
life and all that tends to make a pleasant
one, the conipanionship of her friends
and music and flowers of which she was
very fond and they always were in her
own home to add to its attractiveness
and by loving hnnds wer9 placed all
about her sueaklni: their language of
leauty. of kind thought and love. For
several years she had been a member of
the Uuptist church nnd a former paetor,
Kev. A. T. Iloward, now of Whiting,
ofliciated, making comforting remarka
nnd reading two beautiful selectioriB
"Mother" and "Rest." Rev. Samuel
Rose read scrinture and offered prayer,
Mrs Jamea Wing and Mrs. Henry Jamea
sang two splections, with Mrs. Porter as
nccoinpanist. Mr. A. J. Blackmer had
charge and tho bearerB were H. E.
Sanford, W. II. Bingham. G. T. Dim
inock and L. DeWitt, Interment m
Evergreen cemetery. From out of town
were John Carr nnd wife of Addison,
Fred McAuley nnd fnmilyof Weybridge,
MrB. DeWolf and crandson of Shoreham,
Rollo Keelf r nnd wife, C. Muzzoy and
i wife of Whiting and L. Richards of
1 Middlebury and H. M. Perry and wife of
tsrnndon. ror nearly a year Mrs.
i Sheldon had been contined to her bed
moht of tho timo sufTering from a dis
! eaeo that baflled the ministrations of
1 skill and loving care from her daughter
had given her every attention nnd the
losa of "iiiolher" meaiis much to her as
they have been close cotnpatiions always
i ... . . r: i l
neighbora Ia hers. During the lntter
part of Mrs. Sheldon'a illness her sufler
ing wiih liard to bear yet her patience
and reidgnation were equal to the crucial
test and blie passed on full of faith in a
better home and greater hnppinesa be
'We shall reach the sumnier land,
Some aweet day by and by;
We shnll preas tho golden strand,
Some sweet day.
O, tho loved onea watching thero
By tho tree of lifo bo fair
Till we come, their joy to share,
Some sweet day, by and by.
O, these parting scenes will end by and by
We shall gather friend with friend,
When the mistB andclouda have flown,
Some sweet day, some aweet day."
FOR ALL KINDS OF MEIM
Here's the greatest lotof smart up-to-datc clothing
or men ihat has ever been your fortune to see.
Our makers this season have really out-rione them
selves, and duting our long experience in the cloth
ing business we have never seen such fine good-,
such snappy stjles, such good fabrics, such attrac
There's a variety of patterns, styles and sizes
here you will find in very few stoies in the State, if
any. That's the real advantage of coming here
we can fit you, and we can show you patterns and
styles you'U like.
From $12.00 up for new fall Overcoats and
Suits the strictly Hart Schaffner & Marx models
for $20.00 to $30.00.
THE BLUE STORE
H C HUMPHREY
85 Church St., Burlington
A WORD.TO THRIFTY
BOYS AND GKERLS
Do you know that thii t is largely a
matter of habit ?
Do you know that ii you commence
saving your loose change, the habit
will grow upon you until it will be a
greater pleasure to save your money
than to spend it for things you do not
The Lamoille County Savings Bank
and Trust Company accepts deposits
of any size no deposit is too small, no
deposit is too large.
The following table shows the
amount you will have at the end oi one
to twenty-five years, if you deposit
$5.00 each month, computing interest
at 4 per cent, coinpounded semi-an-nually,
as is done by the Hyde Park
Savings Bank :
1 ' $ 60 $ .61 30
2 120 i2S7
3 180 191.42
4 240 260.47
5 300 332-29
6 360 407.01
7 420 484i76
8 480 56S-64
9 540 649.79
10 600 737-34
15 900 1231-07
20 1200 1832.95
25 1500 2566.64
Note at the end of 25 years your
deposits will amount to $1500, but
with interest at 4 per cent.'compound
ed semi-annually, the amount to your
credit at that time will be $2566.64.
How many boys spend foolishly, need
lessly and oltentimes for something
that is worse than useless, $5.00 per
month ? Think it over and see if you
cannot bring yourself to believe that
you will enjoy saving better than
spending and thereby become a eapi
talist. It is absolutely safe to send your
money by mail to the Hyde Park Sav
ings Bank, either by postal or express
money order, personal or bank check,
express or registered letter. In the
nearly 24 years of its existence not a
dollar sent by mail to this bank has
Remember too that during its en
tire existence this bank has never lost
a dollar by poor note and does not, in
the judment of its Directors, today
own a single dollar of poor or doubt
ful assets. Its mauagers are thorough
ly conservative bankers, men who
never speculate, never deal with Wall
Street, and the bank does not own a
dollar of paper paying more than six
per cent interest. Salety, rather than
the higher rates of interest obtainable
in far-away places, is the universal rule
of this bank. adv
has proved its ptwtr to remove
freckles, tan, sunburn, etc.
That's why our absolute guar
antee goes with every jar.
50c or $1.00.
STATEMENT OF THE OWNERSHIP,
ETC, OF THE
I'ubliPhed Weekly at Middlebury, Vt.,
required bytheActof August 21,1912.
Editor, Joseph Battell, Middlebury, Vt.
Managing Editor, Michnel Lillick,
Business Manager, Joseph Battell,
Publlsher, Joseph Battell,
Owner, Joseph Battell, Middlebury, Vt.
Joseph Battell, Owner:
Sworn to and Bubscribed before tne this
lst day of October, 1912.
Aliiert W. Dickens,
The ladies of the 0. E. S. will hold a
rummagefcale Saturday, October 12.
Mr. and Mrs. Cyrua Buinp visited
Neshobe Orange Saturdny, October 5.
Mis. J. E Sperry of Cornwall spent it
few days in town this week, the guest of
Mrs. S. C. Thrall.
Charles Gnle and son are nt work at
CARD OF THANKS.
We wish to express our Bincere thanks
to the many friends for their sympatby,
kindners and the many beautiful flowers,
in our recent bereavement.
Mits. E. M. ROSCOE.
Fortuncs I11 Fnpcis
There's often luuuh truth in tlie saying
"her face is her fortune," but its never
suid where piiuples, skin eruptions,
blotches, or other olemiahes diatigure it.
Impure blood is back of them nll, and
shows the need of Dr. King'a New Lifo
Pills. They promote health and beauty.
Try them. 25centsatJOHN L. Slafter's,
Park Drug Store. adv
Each Nose is
WronB clasees arc a tratrcdy,
but an ill fittlnB mountintr
that is a ULUNDEIt. No two
noses arc alike. Yet gomc
opticians make one style of
mountintr fit all shapes of
noses. We have ditferent
mountlnss for different noses,
and it is our modest claim that
we can fit any nose perfectly
and in the most becomlntr
A. D. BARTER,
10 Main St.
7V. 33 - G-UY
Tlie Eye Maii
Will Fit Your Eyes Hight at the
Iloiidny, Oct. 21
Shoreham Hotcl, " 2a
Orwell " 4 23
Bring in your children, u ill test their
eyea and see if right. 41t2
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SOLD BY DRL'GQISTS EVERYttHERL