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THE MIDDLEBURY REGISTER.
Smoke Sickle Plug ifyou
It's time and weather proof a3
"be keeps its true tobacco flavor and
not true ot any other torm of tobacco, because the
firm plug and natural-leaf wrappcr are the best possible
protections against dried-out, hot-smoking tobacco.
Convenient, too. Size just right. Then there's noth
ing to spill from pouch or package.
Try it today
vecording it ia that we nuver odered any inducement excepi merit. All our young
nien are in poMtions. We need more. Don't YOU need n fraining to holp you
start in life? Arrange without delay. CAPITAL COMMERCIAL
SCIIOOL,, Albany, N. V. I A. Cnsey, Prop. and Irln.
The Worth-vVhileSchojl" 30t4
Litter Carriera, Hay Carriers,
Stanchions, Hay Forks, Corner
Mangers, Hay ltacka, Separatorc,
Churns, Etc. If intercated, call
and examine, or send for cata
logue, and pricea.
STRONG HARDWARE CQ.
DO TODR GLASSES
You probably bearwith
a pinchinx eyeRlass mounting
in the bellef that it Is a neces
saryevil from whfch there is
no cscapc. If you do, we ad
jure you to forget it. We cac
fit you with onethatnoamount
of head-ahakintr can dlaloilKe.
Moat comfortable. Cannot
A. D. BARTER,
10 Main St.
F1NEST QUALITY LARCEST VARIETY
They mcut everj rpqnlrcmrn f o auing nnil
CILT FDCE the only lnillos' ehoo ilrcsslnc that
pomtivcly containa 011. lllarkn and Poi Mifc adlcrf
anil cliilurcu's liootaaml Mioia, shlncs u ttboul rut
blna. !i5c. "FREMCII CLOSS." 10c.
STAH romlMiiitti m for clcanlng nml polhhlng all
klnila of rus-etor tim flior, 10c. "DANDVn zc, J5c.
BABY ELITE coinblnation for ccuilcmen who
lake jirlilo ln liaviii); thi ir rhoes look A 1. Ueatoria
color and lustro to all blark kIioi'9. 1'nimli wllli a
brush or cloth, 1D ccnta. "ELITE" ilze, i!5 centit.
If vour il'finTtiiH n'rki'i p tin Kmri u wimt tii. : is
(Uul'rlcu lll KUllnp- fur full hii' iit kHu. , rtiHrfn imiil.
WHITTEMORE BROS. & CO.,
2026 Albany Street, Cambrldaa, Moaa.
The OUIfl anj Ijirti't Manuiailuteiso
Hlioe IMi h,i im the U'vilJ.
Cleanwf ftud beatinei th hiJft
Iroinutci lozuxii.nt growth.
Nver to Beitore Orj
lUlr to lts Toutarul Color.
Preventa bir fallinir.
like real tobacco.
far as tobacco can
moisture. This is
Onr emoilment m liy fu
II" large-t, wcliiivc had.
0ir gifntrHt pli asm u in
Daniel Wheeler of Molan, N. H., who
has been visiting his nittter, Mis. W. B.
Lary, returned liome the iirst of the
Edvvard Hoatwick Las bouglit the
farni, tlirough which the new road has
been laid out, of Mrs. M. J. Clair, who
cxpeclH t'i move to Brandon lo livo with
her son, Lewis Kider.
Mrs. V J. Lamb of Snmerville, Mass.,
has been in town (.everal daya on buai
neeis and visiting lier relativea. She
returned to lier liome Tueaday.
Mrs. Leon Cady ii-at the Mary Fletcher
liospital for aurgical treatment. She
was operated on Thurt-day of last week.
Ociir Paiker is on the sick list.
Mrs. Clarence Furd of Chicago, III.,
is visiting relalivea and friends in this
place for a few dajs, it .being the liome
of her nativity.
A. B, IJrown of Bethel is the guest of
Mrs. Angie Lamb waa in the north
part of the state laat week visiting
friends. On the return trip she stopped
off ut Wateibury to call on the inniatea
at the hospital. There are several of her
acquaintancea tbere who are in good
health and anxiom to come home.
Louis Gagnon, who has been the guest
, of his parents, has returned to the
j Williamstown station to assist his
i brotlier in law, Fred Lidue.
I Mrs. C. K. Fox and daughter, Mrs.
Catl Ritcher. Miaa Gertrudo Gardner.
Mr. and Mrs. Downer, vice president and
general rnauager of C. R. Fox Co . and
John Paraona, all of Haverhill, Maea ,
have heeii in town the giieHts of Mr and
Mra. Fred Dodton. Mrs. G. K. Fox
prjsented a tlne driving horse to Mr.
Dodsou in niemory af her late husband.
The gift is highly appreciated by Mr,
DON'T DU THIS
A Careful Perusal Will Prove Its
Value to Every Register Reader.
The average man is a doubter, and
tbere is little wonder that this is po.
Misreprientationa niake people fkeptics.
Now-a-davH the public aak for better
evidence than llie tpf-timony of atrnngers.
Here h pioof wli'iih should convince
every Ueuister reader:
Juliua T. Williams-oii, Washington St.,
Middlebury, Vt., says: "You will rI
waya fuid m recoinmeuding Duan's
Kidney Pllls, I f.'el that thny reitored
nie to eood heallh and prolonired mv
life. For forty years I was alllicted with
kulnev anu buuldpr trouuie and untliini:
( ever reiii'veu nie unm j useu uuan a
Ividney Pills. Since I tnok ihem I have
been a diflerent man. They drove away
ithepaiiiin my b.ick and restored my
kidneys to a normal condition, in fact
benefited nie in every way."
ror hale by all uealers. I'nce nucents.
Fnatpr Milburn l'o.. ButTalo, New York,
nole iigents for the United hlates.
Hemember the name Uoan's and
take uo other. ailv.
at Middlebury, Vt., all kind of
EARLY APPLES and PEARS
on and after August 19, for
whlch will pay the highest mar
ket price. 33d
F. L. SHAPPEE
Join the M. C. S.
Our service ia under the immediate
direction of a distingUBhed I'hyfclcian in
the Boaton Medical College. AD ICE
FUEB. Our HOME THEAT M E N T
CASE coniains 250 tableta of TEN
HTANUAHD UEMEDIES. explicit di
rections. n "THEAT1SE ON DISEASES
and THEIU HE1EDIES" and SPECIAL
TIIEATMUNT form. Sent potpaid for
TWO DOLLAHS. Local Secretariea
Wanted, either Bex; we pay 50 per cent
commisslon. Ladies eaaily earn $5 u day.
Encloae u dollar bill for one case and be
gin taking inembershipa ut ouce. MED
ICAL CORKESPONDENCE SOCIETY.
130 MALDEN, MASS. 3Uyrl
ii t y i i
IThla mattar must not be reprlntcd with
out speclal permlsslon.
Doing the work that Is uujoycd U
never a drudgery. and tnost people cn
Joy the work whlch tnakes a prollt.
An antltoxln has been dcveloped
vchlcli ls effectlvo ln curlng or rellev
lng about CO per cent of the hay fevcr
cascs ln whlch it ls used. '
We never reallzed nntll the other day
how pretty n botiquct n bunch of brlglit
red blossomed balsnms make. Whlle
they ure short llved. both letivcs and
blossoins mako an effectlvo coinblna
tion. The consumptlon of veal calves ls
said to be two or three tJmes greater
today than lt was ten years ago, and
this ls glven as oue of the chlef contrlb
uting causes of tho preaent high prlce
of bcof cattle.
Tho largest tnule ln the Vforld ls sald
to have been bumcd ln a Ore -whlch do
etroyed a llvery barn at Trenton, Mo.,
tho other day. The nnlmal was four
years old, weeighed 2,010 pounds and
was valued at $1,000.
Glanco at the treos Just outsldo your
lots on tho roadway and seo if llmbs
hang dowu bo low from them as to
scratch the head of the fellow who
goes by on a load of hay. There aro
lots of just such llmbs that nccd trlm
mlng. None of the flowerlng plants are eas
ler to propagato than tho phlox. Slmp
ly tako pleces of a vlgorous stalk con
talnlng Uormant buds and put in molst
earth or sand. In a short tlmo thc
rootlets will start and tho new plaat
will grow vlgorously.
Tho rallroads aro not maklng a very
loud nolse these days about thelr yards
and sldetrncks belng cncumbercd with
empty freight cars. A bumper graln
crop ls belng movcd to niarket, and ev
erythmg on wheels will havo to bo call
ed lnto sorvlco to handlo lt
Thero has been conslderablo lncrcaso
lately ln the cultlvation of tho ovcr
bearing struwberry. Thla varlety, ln
stead of tmvlng a slnglo frultlng sea
son Ln .luno or thereabouts, begins to
bear at about that tlmo, but continucs
to produce a successlon of blossoms
from that time untll frost
In Argcntlua the supply of beef anl
mals Is stoadled and regulated by a
law whlch prohlhlts tho kllllng of tho
Females of the spccles boforo they havo
reached a certaln ngo. It ls tho klll
lng of helfer calves for voal a prac
tlce followed oxtenslvely in this coun
try that ls sald to bo ln largo measuro
responslblo for tho present sbortagc ln
There are a good many homesteads
whero a day's work mlght bo dono in
Irlmmlng up trees whose lower branch
ts sag and shut the sunshlno from the
house. A little of thla trlmmlng work
should bo dono every year lf possible.
Shade ls n flne thing. but too inuch of
It is n good deal worso than too tnuch
sunshlne, whlch Is ouo of natnre's best
purlllers and gcrin klllcrs.
An iuteresting featuro of soveral
state falrs this fall will bo Guernsey
and Jersey bulls usually oxcitablo and
flangerous broken and hltchcd to carts
nnd drlven by children. This ls an
escellent stunt for such occaslons, but
better stlll wheii put lnto every day
practlce on tho farms. Worklng hlm
ln tho uianncr lndlcatcd not only begets
a more equable nnd gentlo dlsposltlon
ln tho herd slre. but will lnsuro greater
vlgor ln his offspring. Bcsldcs this. tho
life lnsurancc of those about tho placo
iloesu't necd to be qulto so blgh.
Estlmates whlch havo lately been
tomplled by tho postofflce department
put at $125,000,000 tho amount out of
whlch easy nnd gulliblo lnvestors have
been swlndled durlng tho flscal year
tloslng Juno 30, 1012. The fakc nnd
bluo sky enterprlses ln whlch tho hard
tash of theso vlctims has been sunk
havo been of almost limltleRs Ulnd and
rarletV. Aud tbe great plty of It all is
that tho bnllc of this monoy that was
Itolon was taken from peoplo of mod
ist savlngs who netcrtalned tho delu
slvo hope that they could play a gamo
and get somethlng for nothlng.
A short tlmc slnco tho wrltcr spcnt a
week ln a suburb of Chicago, and bo
wna Impressed with tho rcmarknblo
rlgor nnd tluiftlness, ns well as glossl
iess, of follnge of tho cottonwood trees
that wero growlng on the borders of
tho Btreets nnd boulovards. Thelr
condition wus Jn very mnrked contrast
to tho elm, box clder, nsh nnd mnple,
whlch under rural conilltlons aro tisu
nlly very thrifty. Just wuy tho cotton
wood dooN so inuch bottcr under tho
rondltlons to be found ln tho gas nnd
soft coal cltles wo cannot say, but It
Is clenr that lt doea.
r mm i
Henry E. Merrill of Manchester has
been iti tnwh for the past several daya
stoppini; at hia farni.
Mrs. Marshaliiio (Jardner nnd daughter
of Hudsoii Falls, N. Y., who liave been
guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Serrill Gardner
for Bomo daya past, liave returned to
their home at that placc.
Agnes Merrill is soon to break up
housekeeping nt hercottage and go to a
southern cliinnte for the winter.
Melvin Wilkinson was a Whiteliall nnd
Poultney business visitor Monday and
Tuesday nlso a guest of John Whitlock,
a fornier resident of tliis place, who has
been absent for nearly thircy-Ilve yeara.
Mra. Martha Payne is witli lier Bon nt
Joseph Wiso of Worcester, Maas.,
recently visited friends here.
Mr. nnd Mra. Frnnk Towner recently
visited at Willsboro, N. Y.
Mrs KatoSherman of Attleboro, Masa.,
wili soon return to her liome, accnm
panied by lier sister, Mrs. Anna Wither
ell. Miaa Leonoro Crano and siater, Mrs.
Arthur White, nnd Bon havo been visit
ing Mr. and Mra. Hubert Hueatis for two
weeka. Mrs. Ilucstis nnd daughter ex
pect to return with them to Passaic, N.
J , to apend a month.
CARD OF THANK8.
We vi8h tlirough the coltitnna of your
paper to extend our lieartfelt thanka to
thoae who so klndly expresaed their
svmpatliy in word nnd deed, alao to the
pritnary department of tho Sabbath
-nhool and othera for tho beautiful
flowera contributed during the sickness
and at the burial service of our eunt.
Mn. and Mns. Geo. Chaffee
Mn. and Mns. Fhank Eckley
Mns. F. A. Baldwin
Tho Rutland railroad will run its
unnunl fall excursion to Montreal on
Saturday. Octobpr 20th, from all stations
between Hutland nnd Sabrevois, P. Q ,
inclusive, ticketa to be good gotng on
regulnr trnins of October 20th, good
returning to leave Montreal until Tuea
day, October 20th, inclusive. Fare for
the round trip from Burlington $2.25;
Vergennes S2.50; Middlebury 82.50;
Brandon 2.50; Rutland $2.50. adv.
A WORD TO THRIFTY
BOYS AND GIRLS
Do you know that thrift is largely a
matter of habit ?
Do you know that ii you commence
siving your loose change, the habi
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 ifi too small, no
deposit is too large.
The following table shows the
amount you will have at the end of one
to twenty-five years, if you deposit
$5.00 each month, computing interest
at 4 per cent, compounded semi-an-nually,
as is done by the Hyde Park
Savings Bank :
1 $ 60 $ 61.30
2 120 125.07
3 180 191.42
4 240 260.47
5 300 332-29
6 360 407.01
7 420 484.76
8 480 565.64
9 540 649.79
10 600 737-34
15 900 1231.07
20 1200 1S32.95
25 1500 2566.64
Note at the end of 25 years your
deposits will amount to $1500, but
with interest at 4 per cent,1 compound
ed semi-annually, the amount to your
credit at that time will be $2566.64.
How many boys spend foolishly, need-
lessly and oftentimes for something
that is worse than useless, S5.00 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 jud0ment of its Directors, today
own a single dollar of poor or doubt
ful assets. Its managers 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
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n m iii) rVMdfi w jsuMr
j "sl JOHN
A smaller factory simply can't tum out the Queen
Quality grade at Queen Quality prices--$3.50 to $5.00.
HICHER PRICES THAN EVER
At our Bristol Mill. At Smith Child & Co. Mill,
Weybridge. At New Haven Junction Yard.
On all logs hauled to our Bristol Mill, we will pay
toward the hauling cost, an additional 50 cents per
thousand feet for each mile of haul in excess of five
miles. Write for our Price Card. .-,
BRISTOL MFG. CO.,
Bristol, .... Vermont.
This Hub-Mark is your Value-Mark on Rubbers
Wear Hub-Mark Rubbers this winter. They cost no
more than any first-class rubber. If your dealer can't
supply you write us.
Boston Rubber Shoe Co., Malden, Mass.
If the Pot W on't Boil
How about the Pudding?
THE wastc of food in
rangcs, to say noth
ing of cxtra fuel, would
soon pay for a new stovc.
And in giving you all the
nourishment of all the
food, thc Stewart also
pays in better health for
Due to such rea
sons as propcrly
and oven heated on
Stewart Rangcs may
be fitted with perma
nently polished tops,
to basement and
ig many other con-
Troj, N.T. HlncolS32
We have behind us the
biggest women's shoe fac
tory in the world-the huge
Queen Quality plant at
Boston. It's capacity is
5,000,000 pairs a year.
And because this tremen
dous factory can make fine
shoes economically, we offer
the best shoe values in town.