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THE MIDDLEBURY REGISTER.
OCTOBER 18, 1912.
IhoDsands Ilavc Kidney
Troublo and NcYcr Suspect it
now To Flnd Ont.
Fill a bottle or conimon glass with vou
water and let it staud twenty-four Un-.r.-
a urictidi's. ;ui
I slnngy or milky
appearance of tcu
inclicatcs an un-
tion of thc kid
neys ; too f re
quent dcsirc to
pass it or rain in
the back arc also symptotns that tell you
the kidneys and bladdcr are out of order
and need attculion.
What To Do.
There is comfort in thc knowlcdgc eo
often cxprcssed, tbat Dr. Kilmer'3
Swamp-Root, the grcat kidney rcrucdy,
fulClls ahuost cvcry wish in correcting
rkeumatisui, paiu in the back, kidneys,
liver, bladderandevery partof theurinary
passage. Corrects inability to hold water
aud scalding paiu in passing it, dr bad
eflects followmg use of liquor, wine or
beer, and overconies that nnplcasant nc
cessity of being conipellcd to go often
through the day, and to get up many
titnes during the night. The niild and
immediate cffect of Swamp-Root is
soon reahzed. It stands the highest be-
cause ot ns rcmarkaoie
liealth restoring prop
crties. If you need a
medicinc vou should
liave thc best. Sold by
.1 , t '
ami OllC-UOliarSlZCS. IMin ofSl.uiiD-lto.,1.
You niay have a sample bottle sent f ree
hyinail. AddressDr. Ktlnier&Co.,Hing
liamton, N. Y. Jlention this papcr and
remcnberthcname, Dr. Kilnier'sSwamp
Root, and the address, iiiughaniton,
N. Y., ou cvcry bottle.
IIou.se nnd I.ot, Middlebury v 1
lage; steam beat, electiic ligbts,
slate roof . good location .
Farm of 137 Acrcs, 44 miles from
railroad, good buildings, applo or
chard, running water, loaniy soil,
plenty of wood and considerable
timber. Prlcc $4000;
Farm of 117 Acrcs, 3 miles from
railroad, house large and good, run
ning water, silo, coment stable, good
l uilditigH .uid land.
CHAMPLAIN VALLEY REALTY
Thc IJyc Hlan
Will Fit Your Eyes Kight at the
Itlonday, Oct. 21
Shoreham liotcl, " 22
llring in jour cliildren, will test their
eyea nnil see. if right, 41t2
I will sell at Public Auction on
the premises of the late
Harrison Holden oh
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.
CHICHESTER S PILLS
TIIK MAMO.NI, IIIIANI,. n
SOLD BY DRUCGISTS EVERYrVHERE
i.auieai jmu your itrurgUt for
4'hlK'be-(era IMumonJ TlmnjAV
I'HLIn Krd n.l llold m5XW
sealci with Iiluo Rlbboa. VX
lake no olher. Ituy oT jour "
!ruertt. au rr iri.riiVR.TFn k
IMAMK.MJ llitANIk lIM.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Bert Allun liave nrrwcil
11 town nnd set up liuusekt'ekiug. Oui"
congratulations 10 tlio newly wedded
Mrs. Will P.irtch rcceived a haudsome
fillir lunf f.lnt'ur ,,ln fnni litit Sin,iltitf
aciiool clusH 011 her recunt bii thday.
Mih. Muiy D. Fainaworth left liiBt
eeUThursdn.v for Hartford, Coiin., and
ner plnues, loi-some weeks stay.
Afr. lllill Mra fi P r.ali(T1rtn nlii! fnmllp
Clyde llolfnagle, wife and son and Mrs.
n - 1 1 .. 1 1 t- .i ;
'it.llCU IU .lli (11IU 11UIIU l.lttllCl.lV D
last Saturday iu honor of the birthduy
, I . . nii
1 incir uaugnier, iuisa rrauceB. iney
'ero rnvnllv pnf.prtnitiprl nnrl tlio m
casion niuch enjoyed.
iMr, Ebert Daniels is visiting her
brotherB in Urooklyu, and at Rockaway.
Mrs. Atley Douglns of Cornwall was
tnwii ruo.intlv .. fu.l llnfn .lll. .nln.
... kw... 126.96.36.199; un;a itii iciil'
tives, on her return home Irom Burling
ton llOHllitnl. wlmrn hpr llllalintlil hna
been many wpeks for treatment.
Tlio Ladiea' Union uive thfiir nnnunl
linrfpnt. nimnpr tliia FTri'itti. atififnrv
Conie onuand all and get a good eupper,
neiuuy neipuig in a goou cause.
We regret to hcar of the serious illness
f Everett Hathorne, whose present con
ilion is niost unfavorable.
and Miss Addie Wright ot Burlington
itu guusis 01 Jir. anu .urs. A. li.
Wright last Saturday and Sunday.
Sllnilnv. Clntnhaf 9rt Hmra a n
historical sermon at the churcli in East
Mills. The Tuesday following there will
be an cntertaimnent ln the ncliool liouse
in samo place at 8 o'clock.
Thonias J. Cook nnd Misa F.tlipl I..
evening, October 7, at tho home of the
bride'a sister, Mrs. Elizabeth Peck, in
this town. Miss Ilinkley was a teacher
at Pepperill, Mass., for thirteen :onsecu
tivea terms, andis very favorably known
in town, epending a part of her vaca-
tion here. They will reside in Ticon-
eroua. N. Y.. and will Iib nf. Iinmo nflpr
XT I 4
Miss Belle Sherman has rptnrnpd frnm
Schroon Lake, where she was during
B. J. Fisber and Carroll Rnttnm. tclin
bavo been very ill, are irnproving,
George M. Wicker of Magara, N. Y., a
son of Charles Wicker, and a nephew of
Mrs. S. D. Doud and Miss Martha L.
Whiley of Pbiladelpliia, were inarried
iti tlinf nitir Inof Wrt.l ..o.l n
MrR. A . V. T.nnp"rlnn lino rpMirtip.1 fveii
a ten dayV visit in Waltham.
To feel strong. havo cood aDnetite and
digestion, sleep suundly ana enjoy life,
use Burdock Blood Bltters, the fumily
B.vstem tonio. Price, Sl.OO. adv. "
A nuict and nrettv wpddini tnnk nlnnp.
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry M.
roote ot cornwall at eight o clock r n
day evening, when their only daughter,
Ruth Elizabeth, was united "in niarriage
to Harrison W. iiillings, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Raiibom Billings of New Ilaven.
The cprflinnnv wnH nprfnrmprl w tlio
Itev. Richard B. Esten, D. D., pastor of
ine jiemorial uaptist cliurch of Middle
bury, in the presence of the immediate
family. Tho bridal party entered the
parlor to the strains of tho Lohengrin
niarnb nlnvnd liv Afrn. Nnrmnn H Frtnio
The bride was goNyned in pearl groy silk
popmi. ine weuuing orews ner motlier
worfl !t7 VCArR mrn. MllM PMrrip.l n t-tmi.
quet of white carnations. The house
whs ilHpnrutprl willi nRtrn uwppf ittu
and autumti leavea. The bridal coupli-
maue meir uepariure on an eariy even
ing train for a suort liuiieyuioou, after
wnicn iney win reside at Windaor,
where Mr. Billings U omiiloyed.
Miss Mattie Keinn has koiio to Leb-
anon, N. II., on a visit to relativea.
Joseph Murray has sold his farm to
hi8 nephew, Henry. Consideration not
Silas Manning of Hancock was in
town on the 9th inst., looking ns well nt.
in tlie days wlien we see more of him.
Jos. Murray is having his liouse in tht
village painted by Chapin Tisdale.
Yarrow, daiies, strawberries itud tiut
tercupa wtre in blossom here on the 12tl
"Ted" LaDam of Leicester was with
us on Saturday last.
A large ainount of heavy thunder and
splendid display of lightning with but
little rain on the evenmg of the 12th
II. E. Day has been reshingling liis
II. L. Wood has flnished his job of
asli lumber, having four carloads of
small jiieces that were sent away to be
The first hard frost of the season came
on the niorning of the 10th inst., the
mereury falling to thirty, Wo never
knew of its being so long delaved be
fore. Sorno forty years ago it h'eld off
to the 7tb of this nionth, and until now
that was the re:ord as we renieniber it.
Mrs. Jeunie Heyward and Miss Ann
Middlebrook are visiting relatives and
friends in Montpelier and Colchester,
The Ladiea' Aid society inet with Mrs.
A. Ilamilton last Thursday. A special
meeting will bo held with Mrs. George
Cutver on Thursday, October 21.
There wero no niorning services nt the
Congregational churcli last Sunday, as
many wished to attond the funeral of
M. N. Baker, held nt Itis house at one
A good many ladies of our missionary
society attended tho neighborhood mis
sionary meeting held at the Congrega
tional churcli in Middlebury last Tues
day. Misi Adn Smith of Proctor was the
guiHtof Mr. and Mra. Elmer L Wright
Mr. and Mrs. Jolm A. James have re
turned lionio after an extemled visit
uith their daughter, Mra. L. R. Drown
of C'levelaud, Oliio, aud other relatives
in Iowa, IllinoU and Michigan.
SaveH r,cjr of Iloy
"It seemed that my 14-year old boy
would havo to loso his leg, on account
of an ugly ulcer, cauBed by abad bruise,"
wroto D. F. Howard, Aquone, N, C.
"All remedies and doctors treatment
failed till we tried Bucklen's Arnica
Salve, and cured him with one box."
Cures burns, bolls, skin eruptions, pilea.
25 cente at John L. Slafteh's, Park
Drug Storo, ndv
The Real Woman Question Is
how soon can she get a
(MliuWJm The Range that
WV?ViV''":A A Glcnwood Coal or Gas RanBo for cooklnir. and a .wll ( L BL
,fl Vr'V' ' 'J'i Glenwood Parlor Rtovc. Furnaco or Uollcr for heatlne WlAl -3rSsSS5 B
pg3;lV; ''' '"' n"1a8oI''lc"llfort'""lleBafucl. jJ - B
I G Allan Calhoun a Son, Middlebury 1 I
H Y OMEI
If you really want to get rid of vile
Catarrh why not givo Booth's I1Y0MEI
treacment a fair trial.
W. II, Sheldon is authorized to refund
your money if you think you have not
been beneiited, and on that basls every
Catarrh victim in Middlebury ought to
Btart to banish Catarrh this very day.
IIVOMEI ia a soothing, healine anti-
septic air made from Auatralian Euca-
lyptus and other antiseptics; it kills
Catarrh germs and contaiiis no poisonous
drugs. Simple instructions for use in
each package. Complete outflt, $100
extra bottles, .lOc.
The Ladiea' Aid society of the M. E.
churcli will Berve a chicken pie Bupper in
the churcli Friday evening, October 25,
f rom C :30 to 8 :30. There will also be a
debate oetween two gentlemen and two
ladies. Kesolved, " 1 lint tlie nien should
darn their own stockings."
H. L. Thomuson, A. J. Thomnson and
W, W. Kiugsland were in Ferrisburg
Daniel Hnlmes Fiid son, Herbert, of
Whiting were in town Sunday to attend
tlu funeral of M. N. Baker.
L. B. Dodge of. Rutland, a former res
ident of Weybridge, visited among
friouda here last buuday.
Miss Eliza Herendeen of Bennington
was in town lust Sunday to attend the
funeral of M. N. Baker.
Louia Gaulette, sr., of Cornwall was
the guest ot his aon, Louia Gaulette, jr.,
last o unday.
Blasting the ledge la in progress on
the site of the proposed new store aud
tenement building at tho end of the
West bridge in this village.
Farmers are quite busy securiug their
J. A. Harrington and aister, Misa Lucy
W. Harrington of Vergennes, were ln
town last Sunday to attend tlie funeral
of M. N. Baker.
Mrs. Mary Miller of Philadelphia, who
has been u guest at the parsonage the
past few weeks, returned to her home
Madison E. Sprague was taken sud
denly ill last Tuesday. At this writing
he is more comfortable.
At the regular meeting of the Wey
bridge Social and Iinprovemeut society,
held last Tuesday evening, two candi
dates wero iuitiated.
Daniel Holmes of Whiting was the
guest of relatives here last Sunday aud
Mr. and Mra. L. A. Roscue were guests
of G. D. Grant Monday.
G. II. Sturtevant'a goods are stored iu
the house he has reuted, while he and
Mrs. Sturtevant are stopping with his
brolher, tValter, in ferrisburg.
CARD OF THANK8.
Wo wish to expresa our heartfolt
thauks for the beautiful lloral offerings,
also to all who so kindly aided us in
many various ways during the illness,
death and buritl of our husband and
MltS. WHALTHA L. BAKKIt,
MltS. HAItr.EV A. Cl.AKK,
C'UAULES M. BAKElt.
Weybridge, Vt., Oct. 10, 1912.
The Juuior Epworth league of the
Methodist churcli wish to express their
gratltudu to A. J. lllackmer for the
beautiful lloral piece he presented at
Mr. Baker'a funeral in their behalf.
M. N. Bakeii.
The funeral of our brother, M. N.
BuUer, was held on Sunduy at'ternooii,
from his late residenco beie. Tlie ilural
tributes were many and beautiful, and
the large gathering of our townspeople
proved their devolion to theiuemoiy of
one who was a respected and tanuliar
flguro among us. On September 25th he
passed his 74th milestone, an occasion
which will always remain aa u prencious
meinory to those friends who shured it
with him. During his short illness he
BUfTered greatly, but faced death calmly,
and at the last sank peacefully into the
rest which entera upon the realities o
eternity. He went not a'one. He who
said, "So I Bin with thee alwayB," met
him at the portal.
Brother Baker illled many positions of
prominence in tho town, having been a
moderator of great executive ability,
lietcr, town grand juror, and BUperin
tendent of schools. His activities in the
Methodist churcli here covcred a period
of almoBt 50 years. He illled the ofllces
of trustee. and stewart, and for 20 years
was superintendent of the Sabbath
school, discharging the dutiea of that of
tice with an ability and fitness approved
He is Burvived by a widow, Wealtha
Loraine, a daughter, Mrs, C. S. Clark,
and a son, Charles Marther Baker, and
four grandchildren. These all have the
tender sympathy of a large and devoted
circle of friends. The writ-r has lost a
choice frietid and an able counsellor and
every home tbat has felt his kindly
ministrations iu sickness and death will
revere his memory.
The Rev. E. W. Hallowell, his pastor,
preached the funeral sermon, and the
bearers were E. Fiake, Rollin Shaw, W.
J Ncwton, Elmer Cowles, E. C. Elliott,
and L. N. Rivers. The funeral was in
charge of A. J. Blackmer.
E. W. II.
For baby'a croup. Willie's daily cuts
and bruisea, mamma's sore throut,
Grandtna's lameness, Dr. Thomas' Ec
lectic Oil the household remedy. 35c
and 50c. adv.
A very quiet home wedding occurred
at the home of Mrs. E. C. Gaines on
Wednesday evening when her youngest
daughter, Ellen E., was united in niar
riage with Burt J. Allen of New Haven,
theceremony bein,j; performed by the,
Rev. W. II. Hunson, pastor of the 1
Methodist churcli. The bride was
gowned in a dark blue messaline,
trimmed with lace, and carried white i
carnations. Miss May Findley, Miss
Gordon and Roswell Gaines served re
freshments and Mrs. Charles Wright, a
sister of the bride, presidcd at the punch
oowi. Atter a snort wedding trip the
happy couple will reside in New Haven.
About thirty-five dollars were realized
from the chicken-pie supper Friday
evening The recitations and muaic
were very much enjoyed, as was also tho
bounteous supper, which the Panton
ladies sn well know how to provide.
Mrs. George B. Allen, with the Misbes
Mary and Grace Fisber, epent Sunday in
West Addison with Mrs. F. V. Fisber.
Addie Moorby frpent the week end
with Mary Adams.
The Clrcle met with their president,
Mrs. Edward Orvis, October 11th. A
very pleasant tiine was had by all who
Friends quarterly meeting in Monkton
last Sunday. There was no survice here
as a number attended that meeting.
Mr. and Mrs. Enoch Youngare visiting
fiiends in Monkton.
Potatoes are being dug and apples
The next meeting of the Home Circle
will be at the home of Mrs. Hobert
Wilson October 25th. All are invited.
Miss Cora Orvis is in town.
Mrs. Jacobs of New Haven Mills, and
Mrs. John Orvis of Bristol were in town
recently calling on old friends.
Russell Young is ot work in the Gove
inill for a few days assisting in the
Bortlng of lumher. Mr. Dupee of lioston
is the inspector. Mr. Ober, tho pro
prietor, has also been hero making plans
for the future.
Tuesday evening was Ladies' night in
tho Orange. There was a large attend
ance and a flno program. Light ro
frebhments wero served.
A. G. Freegard was in Weybridge tho
first of the week.
Mrs. Mary Wooster left last wpek for
Seattle, Wash., and will spend the win
ter there with her daughter.
Mis Mnrietta Walsh of Hubbardton is
the guest of her siatcr, Mrs, F. II.
Mrs. Byrno Crosby and little daughter
arrived 111 town last weok. Mr. Crosby
has been here several months. Thi-y are
toociiupy E. P. Waitp's tcnnnt hou-e.
Fli'tcher Whitney of Salisbury was the
gufst of his classmate, Harold Wetmter,
Curtis Sawyer of Burlington is visit
ing his motlier and sister in town,
FortimuH I11 Fmcch
There's often much truth in the saying
"her fiice is her fortune," but its never
said where pimples, skin eruptions,
blotches, or other blemishes dlsflgure it.
Impure blood is back of tliem all, and
shows the need of Dr, King'a New Lifu
PJIIs. They promote health and beauty
Try tliom. 25 centa atJoiIN L. SLAFTElt'S,
Park Drug Store. adv
THE HYDE PAEK
ITS PHENOMENAL GROWTH
The Hyde Park Savings Bank ofTers
to deposilors that first and most impor
tant of all essentials, absolute safety.
That this fact is lully understood by
an appreciative public is shown by its
phenomenal and almost unprecedented
The following table shows exactly
the amount of that growth:
July i, 1889, Deposits $ 5S.45MO
July 1, 1895, " 375.74-o
July t, 1901, " 603,071.73
July 1, 1907, " 844,158.34
July 1, 1912, " 2,225,574-37
Note that in the five years from July
1, 1907 to July i, 1912, the gain in de
posits was $1,381,416.06.
This means that the net deposits
have exceeded the withdrawals by
S900 per day for every day except Sun
days and legal holidays during the
past five years.
The depositing public evidently
have great faith in the integrily, 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.iting to the bank,
cheerfully furnished on application.
Address, Carroll S. Page, President, or
F. M. Culver, Treasurer, Hyde Park,
who is iles.roua of increaslnB his t
tusir.e-s t ii i.-npy an.l ol socur- u
tnu profltablu einployinent W
s'muM wrlte in at onro for par- If
ticnlar. Yotms mcn (Tr;vlints Ct
fnnu tlio Al.n.vsv Ki'sives.4 01 . c
1 i:nraroIii(l,manl Wonro spocialists in hus.
incss .'.luc.itlnn and toarh yntinc I'pnplo ust
wliat thoy nood tn know to nbtain nnd Vcup
Rood positions and ndvanco to Imjincsii man
aBumont and ownership. Kor new ratalojtuo
address CARNELL 4 HOIT, ALBANY, N. V.
MAKE YOUR EYES COMFORTABLE
All errors of re
f r a c t i o n cor
rectod by prop
e r 1 y nttud
lenaes. Our ex
amination o f
your ejtn guar-anw-efl
Prfct fit o f
glttfes, We arind our own lenses,
Repair work liy mail relurnwi Boine
GILBERT RI8T.0PTI0AL GO.
53 Church St,. Burhngton. Vt.
On any work you want done in the
line of Plunihliitr, llentliiK. Uoof
liifr. We liuve had 30 years practical
experience and know how to do any job
and do it right.
We do our own work and buy as low
b tlie lowest and know whetlier we get
what wo buv every time. SVe know we
cansaveyru money on any job large ot
siiihII you want ilone, if you will "let us
Joseph W. Calhoun
Tiino ol'departuro of trnins from
Middlebury circcttvo Sunday,
9:31 a. m. mail, daily except Sunday.
12:17 p.m. Green Mountain flyer, daily
4:55 p, m. daily except Sunday.
7:02 p. m. Sundays only.
10:45 p. m. daily.
o;at i, 111. utiiiv .
8:00 a. m. daily.
12:15 p. m. daily.
3:15 p. m. daily except Sunday.
o:-tu p. m. uaiiy.
9:48 p. m. daily except Sunday.
The Register and Toledo Blade.
full of good reading, a National
Weekly, - - - 1 25
The Register and McCall's Maga
zine, the flnestof its kind for the
price, including one pattern, - x 30
The Register and Mirror and
Farmer, an excellent Farmer'a
Weekly, - . - $1 25
The Register and New York Tri
bune and Farmer, a weekly of
great value to farmers, - - $1 50
The Register and Tri -Weekly
World, popular with everybody,
and taken largely, - "- $1 65
The Register and Metropolitan
Magazine, regular $1.50 nionthly, $1 85
The Register and The Country
Gentleman, old, conservati ve and
reliable, - - - 5 2 00
The Register and The Albany
Times-Unlon, a daily of excellent
reputation, in touch with New
York affairs. $ 3 35
Bcston Evening Record and Mid
dlebury Register one year for S3.50
The Designer and Register
fcr .... Sr.50
The Delineator and Register
for ... $1,90
The Woman's Home Companion
and Register for - - $2.00
Harper'e Bazaar and Register $1.85
Modern Priscilla, Ladies' World
and Pictnial Review and Mid
dlebury Register $2 15
Middlebury Register and Farm
and Fireslde ... 1 30
Good Housekeeping and Middle
bury Register - - $1 85
Red Book and Middlebury Reg
ister $2 00
Middlebury Reu'isterand Catbolic
News Si 80
THE ABOVE RATES are for subscrip
1 tions inside the State. An additionul 25
jcents should be added to outside tho
On the treatment of Horses, CnttU,
Sheep, Dogs, Ilogs, TouUry, Birda and
Trainod Animola, mailed freo.
For Every Living Tlilng 011 tho Furnt
Hiiiiiphrejs' Vclerinnry Specillcs.
A. A. For FKVEH8. Mllk Fover. I.uug Feer.
II. II. For 6IIIAI.K, Lainrnriii, ltlirumatlim.
C. C. For SOUETIironl, Eplzuollc. Dllcuipr.
I). I). For WOII.tlS, Iluu, (irukt.
U. i:. For COFUIIK, 'oJa, Iiinurnia.
F. F. For COMC. li-II nrtlf . UlarrUea.
0. C3. Iri-rnl JIISC AlllllA(;i:.
II. 11. For lUD.VEV auj lllaJdrr Jl.orJora.
1. I. ForBKI.V IMSI-.AhHS.SIangr, Kruptlona,
J. K. For II All C'O.MUTIO.V, InJlgr.llon.
C0 cts. each bottlo.
Veterinary Oil for Hoofs &c. $1.00.
Stablo Cose, full outflt S7.00.
At druggists or sjnt prepaid on recelpt
Humphrcjri' Homeo. Mcdlclas Co., Oor. WUUam
nd Ana Strneti. New York.