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THE MIDDLEBURY REGISTER.
iHTOnER 11, 1912.
Pe-ru-na and Ka-tar-no
I have rocolved
a letter froin n
youtifr laily, who
n s k s me " I a
the old Pe-ru-na
tor tluui tho re
clne has Its
placo. Onc ls
adnpted for onc
cr or another.
Ka-tar-no ls n
for some condl
tlons tlmn the
S. U. Hnrtmnn, M.D. rovlscd Pe-ru-na.
O n t h c
other liaiid, tho revlsed Pe-ru-no
ls a belter romedy for sonie condltlons
thnn Ka-t ir-no. Thry nro both in
tendpd as catarrh remedlos. Thoy have
liotli done a preat work ln rellevlng
catarrh, iirni.lo and auute. Alany
lumdmls f chor of chronlo catarrh
Ji.ive rucufit'il v. hlK; taklng Ka-tar-nu
jmd tho k nio ls true of the revlsed Pe-ru-na
dui'ing the last slx years slnce
T!. re ' a dlffercnce, howevpr, ln
the ;vo r.Mr.. 1 i t. Whenover catarrh
l.s associ tVtl ith cnnstlpatlnn theli
V o rt" ! 1 t -ui-na ls tho best. In
clffd, tli - ' - n-tly w hy tlie revlslon
v.ih made, to nieet snch cases. Uut
v hoi-p no l.ix'!lr. ig needed, whero tho
bowi ls are tin i.ar or lncllned to be
looso, then the old Pe-ru-na (Ka-tar-ii")
ls the bptter romedy.
TJie revlsed Pe-ru-na ls for sale at
all drus stores. Those wlshlnfr to ob
taln Ka-tar-no, address Tlie Ka-tar-no
Co., Colutnbus, Ohlo.
We cnrry tlie Galvatiizwl and
Paintod Steel R'xjling in dillereiit
i-tIes, and sell same at low prices,
We nlso eariy the wellknown
If mtprpstid. write or Vall for
prieea or euiiiples.
STRONG HARDWARE CO.
IIousc and Lot, Middlebury v.l
Inge; steam heat, electric lights,
sl.de loof. good locatiori.
Varin 01137 Acrcs, -14 miles from
railroad, good building, npple or
cliard, ruiuimg water, loaniy soil,
plenly of wood and conMderable
"tnbei. Irice $4000;
limi of 117 Acrcs, II miles from
railroad, hoiise large and good, run
img waler, silo, ccment stable, goid
1 mldiugs aud lui.d.
a h "slOOO
CHAMPLAIN VALLEY REALTY
FINEST QUALITY LARCEST VAniETY
1 j nit'd evry rpqi' r m t " clraniug uud
CILT IDCr tlie i,i y ri(lie e . Ircps.ne tliat
loaiti. 1 . '.niains 011, liiail, . l ! ,lilic- l.nlles'
anil cliudrii - liootimxl 'iocb, sliliu'i nllhoul rul
blmi. 2r,c. T311VCI1 CLOSS." 1
STAR roml.i mui n f.ir clcanlng ar.1 I'ollshlng all
kmilaof nii tor U- oes, 11 . . "BANDIf"ni,5e.
I1ABY KI.ITE comliiiiaUou lor kimh lemcn who
take tndo iit liavini; thi'ir nlioea look A 1. ltretorca
color and lu-irolonll blark tho.-n. I'oiUh wilu n
l)rush or clotU, 1U ccnta. IUIE" alze, M ccnta.
If ur (It-aliT tlcM'Mi't kocpltu kmil vmi want n"ml im
theprii'e In Ktumiw rr fi.ll pa knLt . Wuiru'i'tf prfld.
WHITTEMORE DR06. & CO.,
20-26 Albany Stroot, Cambrldga, Mall.
The Oidet and Argct Mauuarturcrs of
Shoe lhshes 11 the H'oitJ, s-
t a t rs.
Ah n U'Ptilt "f ll pconncilof pliyicinni
in llif caso of J. W. Whitnuiti, the rcport
ttas not ery lavornble.
Mr. nnd Mrt. Ntiblo Nutt of A'ldilini
Iihiii, Mas.-., unlltd on rel.itive.s nnd
frii-nds lici'P last Tupfday. Mr. Kutt
was forniei ly a rosident of Woybridjie
and i novv i'iiipln cd by w 15. & M.
railioad as tplt gratih opoiator.
The tentli U. S. cavalry papsed thioiigli
tliiw vilhiRp last "Tin'tday morning en
route for Sclitiyk'rville, N. Y.
Mr?. Louis Goiilette and Miss Ida
HailoV were in Muldk'buiy last Tuesday
Mr. aud Mrs. Willain Lnddy, accom
paided hy tlipirson, Williatn Laddy, jr.,
and laily fiiend from Tioy, N. H., spcnt
Sunday tvith thuirdaugliter, Mrs. William
M. N. Daker, who if" seriously ill, does
nol itnptove as rapidly as inight lio
Giant H. Sturtevnnt and fatnlly of
West Rutland have movcd hcre and will
occupy the Harrington liouse on Water
Uev. K, W. Hallowell and fainily and
their KUei't, Mrs. Miller of Pliiladelphin,
went to Kiptor last 1 ttpsday for a few
daj' viit ainong friends theiT.
H. L. Thonippon went to Burlington
011 lmsliu'ss last Tue.day.
Mis. J. S. Shaw and little daughter,
Christine, weie the cuesta of Miss Lucy
W'i Ilarriugton in Vergennes last Wed
npfday. The Ladief' Aid fiocietj- will scrve ti
chicken pie hupper in the M. 13. uhurch
Friday evening, October 23th.
N. V. Merrill has nearly everything
nioved to Panton, whero he will make
liis futtire liome.
Mrs. .Tohn U. Dodge of West Rutland
who is spending a lew days with Mrs.
J S. Hhnw, and Mrs. Shaw wcre guests
of Mitii- Lucy Ilarriugton in Vergennes
Mrs. Elroy Babcock is quite ill at the
home jf her daughter, Mrs. A. J. Thonip
son. II. L. Thompson nnd Miss Lydin Hnnks
were m Feirishurg Wednesday and
Thurnlay the guest of Mr. nnd Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Thompson were in
Bri.stol eeveral days last week.
Mr. and Mre. Andrew Franklin of
Middlebury were guests of J. W. Doolin
The funeral of Mrs. Eraatus Roscoe
was held from her late home Friday,
Rcv. Peter Ileller, assi&ted by Rev. E. W.
Hallowell, ofHcinting, with Mpsrs.
Blackmer and Robbins in charge. There
wns a profusion of beautiful llowers.
Mrs. Rofuoe issurvived by her hu6band
and three sons and six daughters. All
were here to attend the funeral but one
daughter, Grace, who resides in Maine.
Those wlio attended were Mrs. Ruth
lirooks of Lincoln, Mrs. Maud Adams
and Frank Roscoe of Charlotte, Mrs.
Garfield Grant and Luther Roscoe of
this town, Mrs. Bertha Goddard of
Boston, and Fred nnd Miss Xancv who
leside at home and have caied for their
mother in her declining years.
M s. Deming of Vnir Haven is the
gueat of Mrs. G. E. Child.
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Drolette and Mrs.
Etta Ilurd were Sunday guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Merrill.
Wallace Whittnan, who has been
cntically ill, is more comfortnble at this
wnting. Dr. Upeclier of Burlington wns
called as council last week.
Itch! Iteh! Itch! Scratch! Scratcl.!
Scratoh! The moie you ecrntch, tli.
worse the itch. Try Donn's Ointmrnt
For eczcma, nny s'kin itching. flO'j a
Shall we have our suunner in Octobei?
The mercury got up to ninety-live in th
shade on the Oth inst. at 12:30 p. ni.
Paul Tierney of V.'arren was in town
on the Oth inst. His boy and early man-
hood was spent here, but for severnl
years bo has been elspwhere. Wo were
pleased to note tliat he looked at though
the world agreed with him and he witli
Svlvanus Bean and Mrs. Jennie
S. Bovnton both of this town, were
married on the evening of the ."ith inst
at tho residence of Daniel Dragon 2nd,
by the Rev. C S. Coulter.
Mrs. Viola Fletcher will go in a shoil
time to New York, expccting to stay
throujjh tlie wlnter.
Our library is receiving the following
noons triini iiii- siate: 1 iic J'romised
Land.by Mary Austin;Greyfriars Bobl)y,
by Eleanor Alkinson; Japaiuse Girls
niid 'Woineii. by A. M. Bacon; Juan and
Jaumta, hy F. G. liaylors; Twico Born
Men, by llarold Bigbie; Tlie Secret Gar-
den, by F. II. Burnet; Ono Way Out, by
William Carlton: Tho Second Mrs. Jim,
by Steplmi Conrad; Ilaug Brinker, liy
i. M. Dodge; The Mouutain Girl, by
Payne Erskiiu-; Tho Iron Woman, by
Margaret Deland; Luck of the iJudley
Grahams, by A U. llaines; Queed, by
II. S. Harrison: (!reat Books iis Lifo
Tenchers, by N, D. Uills; Wonders of
the Colorado Desert, by G. W. James;
Uiu-Ip William, by Jennette Lee; Ways
of Wood Follc, by W. J. Long; Kathleeii
in Ireland, by U.ilrymple and Mac
Donald ; True liear Stories. by Joaquln
Miller; Careers of Danger and Daring,
by Clevehtud MolTatt; Toby Tyler, by
James Otis; Two Little Confederates,
by T. N. Page; Tho Dutch Twins, by
L. F. Perkinsj Reniiniscensps of IVaco
mid War, by Mrs. R. A. Pryor; Two
Little Savages, by E. T. Seton; Castlo
Blair, by F. L. Shaw; Ilistory of the
Robins, by Mrs. Sarnh Trimnier: Tho
Aniprican Applo Orchard, by F. A.
Waugh ; Winning of 1 arbara Worth. by
II. B. Wright.
Will Stearns of Rochester, is Htopping
with Levi t'oodro, nnd thinking of buy
ing a fnrm here.
P"tato digging is well under way,
with a fuir yield, but n good deal of rot.
The leavesof the forest ure chungiug
ciilnr very rapidly nnd tho liills nre put
ting on their nutumnal rnbes.
Wo liear tliat tho guests at tho I1111
have been reduced in number to two.
Siivch lesr of Hoy
'Ilseemed tliat iny 14-year old boy
would have to loso his leg, 011 account
of an ugly ulcer, cauaed by a bad bruise,"
wrote D. F. Howard, Aquono, N. V.
"All remedies and doctorX treatinent
fniled till we tried Bucklen's Arnica
Salve, and cured him with one Iwx."
Curea burns, bolls, skin eruptions, pilea.
25 centa at JoiiN L. Slafteh's, Park
Drug Store. adv
Mrs. Gporgc Shea and little daughter
lcft for their home in Boston this week.
Cards are out for the niarriuge of Miss
Edith Nison to William Patrick Casey.
Miss Mary Smith and Miss Eleanor
Pahner left Monday tor Cliicago.
Rev. nnd Mrs. Ilenry Lamb recently
viaited at Jlr, Burwell's.
Dr. nnd Mrs. E. G. Blaisdell re:ently
enjoyed a trip to Burlington.
Berkley Larrabee of Ayer, Mass., was
the recent guest of his sister, Mrs. G. F.
Following are the oflicers elejcted at
the annual nieeting of the Ladies' society
of the Congregational church : Pres ,
Mrs. O. S. Gibbs; vice president, Mrs.
G. R. Walker; secretary and treasurer,
Mrs. D. E. Rice.
Dr. F. B. Miner of Michigan is visiting
his pareut8, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Miner.
The Sunday school class of Miss
Exelyn Barbour thowed their appre
ciation of her work by a gift for her
Mrs. Charles Riley is spending some
time in Boston.
A surprise party was given Mr. and
Mrs. R. L. Ilemenway, October 5th, it
being their 25th anniversary.
Theie Vill be a rally of the Bridport
Progressive club at Masonic hall in
Bridport on Friday evening, October
11th, at 7:!i0 o'clcck. Prominent speak
ers are expected to be present and nu
entbu8iastic rally is predicted.
There will be n "mysterious supper"
given nt Masonic hall, Friday evening,
October 2o, by the Sun.shine Circle. Pay
by European plan. There will also be ah
exlubitiou of a Ionn art collcction.
II. C Ilubbard was homo from Mont
pelier from Friday till Tuesday .
A. B. Brown is boarding with his
nephew, George Sargent.
Mrs. Angie Lamb is vi9iting this week
in northeru Vermont.
Miss Mary Child is assisting Mrs. F.
C. Ford iu her liousehold clutieH.
Mrs. Ilelen Kennedy, who has been
visiting in town, hiis returned to her
home in Stoneham, Maes.,
Mrs. C. R. Bagley, who has been in
Randolph tho paat two weeks, camu
There was a dance at Ladies' hall Fri
day night. A fine time waa enjoyed.
MltS. GKOHQB WILSO.V.
Mrs. Clara (Ford) Wilson died Septem
ber 80 at her home iu Hancock after a
long illness of coinplicated disenses,
wliich wero of n chronic nature. Mre.
Wilson was n native of this town, th
daughter of Alvin nnd Lucia (Kendail)
Ford nnd grandnughter of Calel) and
Rehecca (Lamb) Ford. She was 03
years nnd ilve months old, Slie has
lived in this town the most of her life,
but ten years sho lived in Hancock in
her you'ng married life. Then she nnd
her family camo back to Granville,
where they lived 29 yearH nnd removeil
to Hancock a yeur ngo last May, where
she passed nwny. Tlie funernf was nt
tlie home October 'M and wns very i
largely nttendpd. Itev. (ieorge uoorn of
the Univeisalist church ofliciated. She
is survived by her husband and six sons
nnd two daughters, twelvo grand
children nnd three great grandchildren,
two brothers, Azro Ford of Granville nud
George Ford of Hancock, 0110 bister,
Mrs. Nellie Ford Dutton of Bethlehein, I
N. H. Her children were all presentat
the funeral also tho brotherH but Mrs.
Dutton could not be with them, thougli
she was nt tho home n fuw weeks ngo to
seo her sister who realized it was a last
vlsit with her 011 earth. SQvernl friends
wero in Hancock last week Wednesday
afternoon to attend her funeral wliich
was at 1 o'clock. Tho casket was
covered with beautiful llowers and the
last resting placo wns decornted with
flowers aud evergreeiiB, tho work of
friends, Tho benrers were her four
oldest Bons, nud u largo concorse of rela
tives and friends escorted the remains to
1 the cemetery in Hancock, whero her
1 parents and flir. Wilson s pirents are
I laid to rest.
CARD OF THANK8.
We widh to tbank our friends nnd
neighbors wlio bo kindly nssisted us in
tho death and burial of our wifo and
mother, and for the beautiful flowers,
also thoso who decorated her last resting
place and tho singers.
Geouqk E. Wilson
Forbaby's croup. Willle'B daily cuts
and brufsea, inamma's Bore throat,
Grnndnia's lameuess, Dr. Thous' Ee
lectic Oll the houaehold remedy. 25o
and 50c. adv.
Real Woman Question
alces tookmg asy
A Glcnwood Coal or Gaa IlanKo for cooklnjr. nnd a
Glcnwood Pnrlor Ftnvp. rurnaca or Hoilor for bcatloff
lncona aolid comfort and lesa fucl.
Allan Calhoun -
T he remalns of Levi J. Needham were
biought here from New York 011 Thurs
day evening of last week, hnving died at
tliat city 011 Wodnesdiiy inornmg fiom
Bright's diseasu nt the nge of 02 years.
Funeral services wero held at the home
of his eister, Mrs. James Manney, nn
Friday nftemoon, Rev. Mr. Lancaster i.f
Middlebury ofHcinting. A widow and
three sisters, Mrs. James Manney, Mrs
Oliver Ashton and Mrs. Joseph Need-
nam, Eurvive. 1 ne nurial wliich waa
held under the Masonic ritual wns in tlie
fainily lot in Prospect cemetery.
A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs.
William Lnuber on Friday night.
Joseph Roberts, jr., has moved his
family to Rutland, where he has a posi
tiou. Royce Boardnian was in Barre during
the week attending tho annual session of
the Urand lodge or the I. O. G. T.
Frank A. Enos was with his mother
for a few days. He went on Tuesday to
Burlington where he will have chnrgeof
the cooking department nt the Hotel
Fred Brown has 6old his farm to Elbert
Wyinan, and is to move to the village to
hve with his wife's father, Hoel Sayles.
Mr. Wyman takes possession Novem
Mrs. Juliette Smitb of Malden, Mass.,
is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F.
Mrs. JatiPtte Norton has returned from
11 three weeks' visit to her daughter iu
Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Harris of Proctor
are guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Work has begun on the State road
near Bristol line.
Arthur Stokes visited his parents last
Mr. nnd Mrs. F S. -Ferguson, Edgnr
Smith nnd Lottie Varney visited friends
in Richmond last Saturday and Sunday.
Silas Thompson made n business trip
to Bristol last Saturday.
To feel strong, have good appetito and
digestion, sleep soundly and enjoy life,
use Burdock Blood Bftters, the familv
systcnt tonic. Price, $1.00. adv. "
E. E, Platt has purchased a new nuto
mobile. John Brown has moved his
from Shoreham to Benson.
The Shoreham public high school take
their pupils through three of the regular
four years course.
Miss Jennie Witherell hns returned
homo ufter some timo at Rochester,
District Deputy C. A. Buinp of Salis.
bury is expected to be present at tho
regular meeting of Shoreliam Grange,
Friday evening, October 11.
Mr. and Mrs, Georgo Wright have
nioved to Middlebury sinco their daugli
ter, Miss Beesie, has entered school
Mt. Independence, P. of II., of Or
well, invited Shoreham Grangn to assist
them on the annual occasion, Neighbors'
Night, nnd tho evening of October 5.
Shoreham Grauge furuished the liteiary
progrnm white Orwell served 11 banquet.
The occasion was 11 suecess.
R R. Trncey of Monkton visited his
little son nt Wnltpr Young's Sunilny. His
mother returned with him.
Mrs. D. Harris Underhill, Madam Un
derhill and Miss Emma Williams, who
hnvo spent the sununer here returned to
Brooklyn October 4 th.
Mr. Tnber nnd Mr. Meader preached
nt tho Friends' church Sundny.
Earl Siplo has gono to Connecticut
where he has employment.
David Dean ia Btopping at Otis Orvis'
for tho present.
Mr. and Mrs. Cullen Shattuck attended
the funeral of their iiucle, L. Dflong.
Mrs. Mary A. Young has been tli
guest ot her son, Walter, the past week.
Mrs, S. A. Brooks has gono to Addison
foran indellnite stay.
The farmers are fllllng their silos with
ensilago for winter use.
Melvin Wilkmson wns a Whitehall
business visitor Thursday nnd Frldny
nnd on- his retupi homo stopped ofl at
Ticonderogn, being the guest of Mr, and
Mrs. John Wilkinson, during Saturday.
how soon can she
Caution is the parcnt of Safety. Be careful don't Fail to Order
the right brand Either
DANIEL webster or gold coin flours
Use these flours and you are always sure absolulely
sure of the best rcsults. Satisfaction guatanteed.
EAGLE ROLLER MILL CO.,
THE HYDE PARK
SAVINGS BANK i
1TS PHENOMr.NAL GROWTH ,
The Hyde P.irk Savings Bank offers 1
to deposilors that first and most impor- 1
tant of all essentials, absolute safety. j
That this fact is iully understood by 1
an appreciative publir is shown by its 1
phenomenal and almost unprecedented
The following table shows exactly
the amount of that growth:
July 1, 1S89, Deposits $
July 1, 1895, "
July 1, 1901, "
July 1,1907, "
July 1, 1912, "
Note that in the five years from July
j i, 1907 to July 1, 19 12, the gain in de
j posits .as $1,381,416.06.
This means that the net deposils
have exceeded the withdrawals by
S900 per day for every day except Sun
days and Iegal holidays duiing the
l ast five years.
The depositing public evidently
have great faith in the integrity, con
servatism and business sagacity of the
managers of this thrifty Vermont in
stitution. It pays 4 per cent on all deposits,
little or big, and pays all taxes.
Statement of resources and liabilities,
or any other facts rel ting to the bank,
cheerfully furnished 011 application.
Address, Carrol! S. Page, President, or
F. M. Culver, Treasurer, Hyde Park,
FOR NEW YORK
Lcnvcs Troy, foot Ferry 8t., at 7.30 p.m.
Iully, except Katuriluya, or ou urrlval
or eveiiiui; trains,
Fare$1.50; Round Trip $2.50
(TEN DAV UM1T)
StBu5S1l TROJAN and RENSSEUEB
,i Stop nt Albany in lxth directiona.
Most mcxlcrn rivcr Ixwts in the world. Flne
occommodations. Cuisiuo uncxcellctl.
Tlcleti and SUtiroomi it Whirf Offloo.Troy
who ls d ir nis of n'reai nif his
luinis4i'fi). 'nrymi l f secur-
i itf rrodtablo e'npl -lymont
pli'iMldwr'to nt onni fnr par.
irn'n tho iianv Pisisi-.s C'H-
i.r..,Rnronilmanil Wonro siwfallsU In tua.
liiL'jieducutlon nnd U'uch yonnit K'oplo Just
what tlioy need to know to obtaln nnd kcvp
Bood pojltloin and ndvanco to tiualms man
airomont and ownorshlp. For now rataloguo
address CARNELL 4 HOIT, ALBANY, N.Y-
ClianM-f and bMatlnu th bH
IrraiM)t4 a laxuri&nt CTOwth.
Ifever Falla to Bitoro Orxj
uur w 11. xpuiiuui waiwr,
lroTroU b&lr fallloc:.
frV. nnd l COat Ororylwln
NEW ULM, MINN.
Time of deimrlure of trains from
Middlebury ell'ectivo Suntlaj-,
0:31 a. m. niail, daily except Sunday.
12:17 p.m. Green Mountain flyer, daily
4:.,5.j p. m. daily except Sunday.
7:02 p, m. Sundnvn onlv.
' W'- V- daily.
3:54 n. m. daily.
S:00 a. 111. daily.
12:15 p. m. daily.
3:15 p. m. daily except Suudav.
5:40 p. m. daily.
9:48 p. 111. daily except Sunday.
Addison Railroad Company.
Rutland, Vt . October 1st, 1912
Notice is hereby given tliat the annual
nieeting of the stockholders of the
Addi-on Railroad Comppny. for the
electiou of direcors aud the tiansaction
of such other business as may be brouuht
bnforethe nieeting, will bo held at the
otliee of the companv iu Rutland, Vt..
nn TuesiUy. the 15h doy of October,
1912, at 11 o'clock a. m.
By order of the boaid of directors.
40t2 A. G. Adams, Clerk.
The Register and Toledo Blnde.
full of good reading, a National
Weekly, - . . 51 25
The Register and McCall's Maga.
zine, the finestof its kind for tho
price, including one pattern, - $1 30
The Register and Mirror and
, w.' ex?e Hmt f"rmers
T,. ; ',,fPP ", vW L Tri"
bune and Farmer, n weekly of
great value to farmers,
The Register and Tri-Weeklv
I World, populnr with everybody,
and taken largely, - $5i 65
The Register and Metropolitan
Magazine, regularS1.50 nionthly, $!i 85
I The Register and The Countrv
Gentleman, old, conservative and
! reliable, . . $2 00
The Register and Tho Albany
j Times Unlon, a daily of cxcellent
reputation, in touch with New
1 York nlfairs. -j 33
I Biston Kvt'iiingHecord and Mid-
. dlebury Register ono year for $3.50
The Designer and Register
The Delineator and Register
Tlie Womnn's Homo C'mipanion
and Register for - - $2,00
1 Harper's Bazaar and Register $1.85
Modern Priscilln, Ladies' World
aud Pictorial Review and Slid-
dieuury Hegister $2
Middlebury Register nnd Farm
1 nnii tireslde
Good Housekeeping and Middle-
Red Book nnd Middlebury Reg
ister $2 00
Middlebury Registerand Catholic
News $1 So
THE ABOVE RATES aro for subscrlp
tions inside tho State. An additional 25
ceiits Bhould be added to outside the
middlebury, - Vermont