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THE MIDDLEBURY REGISTER.
JANUARY 17, ii13.
Susceptibility to colds, sore
throats, tonsilitis and such, indi
catc impoverished vitality lack
of reserve strcngth to weathcr
A spoonful of SCOTT'S EMUL.
SION after each meal starts
healthy bocly-action like a small
match kintiTes a grcat fire and
more: it make rich, healthy,
acttoe blood fortificM the tiisues
and stimulates the appetite it
makes Mound body-Mtrength.
SCOTT'S EMULSION is the
purest cod liver oil, made creani
like and palatable without alco
hol or drug the quintessence
Reject imitatlons they are im
postors for profit.
Scott & Howxe, Bloomfield. N. J, 12-58
A western rnilway has decided to put
a specinl nursery car on for tho uso of
mothera travelinp; with little children.
This is a splcndid idea and it is strange
it has not been thought of before. It
will be much pleasanter for tho mothers
and babies as well as for the rest of
the travelinR public to have the children
in a car by themselves.
respccted creature of all the feathercd
race. Her culture, whcthcr on a small
or lnrge scnle, is most pleasurable and
"At one timo only the retircd nrmy
officer, the invalid and the ne'er-do-wcll
wont in for poultry farming. All has
now changed. Poultry farming is boom
ingl The clcrk is leaving his pedestal,
the draper his counter all are bent on
poultry-farining. A recent rccruit to
tho fancy is a well-known comedian.
l'aderewski and his wife, too, devote
attcntion to prize fpwla.
"Prices now range f rom $250 to $500
for tiptop birds.
"The champion cockerel of 1907
changed hands threo times for $250,
$500 and finally for $350. Bantams, too,
have fetched as much as $500 a pair.
"The purchase of champion birds is to
a degree a speculation; they maydieat
any minute. The advertisement, how
ever, is in the possessing of such mas
terpieces of the breeder's hundicraft.
The famous Partridge Wyandotte cock
which was sold in 1904 for $825 is an
exception; itisstill living. This won
derful bird was originally shown at the
Dairy Show, in London, England, where
it secured first prize, being bought for
$250 and resold for $350. At another
show, a few days later, the breeder of
this bird exhibited another cockerel be
lieved by some to be better than the
first. This was also sold at $250 and re
sold later for $400.
"Soon after the two birds met, and
the $350 bird, after beating his mate,
was bought for $825, by a well-known
lady fancier. This is the highest price
ever paid in Eugland."
fKj A. REMIND
k year Wj
VA. Hr V
During a portion of cacli
(Hlje SUtrlutrjfmt ulntBt (EmttiiMtu
sceks to rermnd the Jood people of Vermont that it is still scrvin tKcIr
intercsts an J providiniJ a safe deposltory for money. For ncarly rwcnty-
nlne years it has carefully guarded the intercsts of its depositors and
is now returning to them intcrest at the rate of FOUR PER
CENT. and paying all taxes hcsidcs strcngthening each
year the 6ccurity for tlicir deposits.
An activc and conscrvativc policy that has been
followed from the bcginning has produccd a surplus
of TWO HUNDRED AND SEVENTY-FIVE
THOUSAND DOLLARS which, with the capital stock.
agjjregates a guarantcc fund of more than FIFTEEN PER CENT.
of all deposits. The management of this institution invites the closest
scrutiny of its puhlished statcmcnts and its methods and seeks the patron
age of the people of Vermont hy warrant of its rccord as a successful
bank. All inquiries will receive prompt attention.
CITY HALL SQUARE NORTH,
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x . mt
On a recent castward voyage across
the Atlantic a great French liner stopped
its engines for a few minutes off the
coast of Newfoundland; then solemly
and ceremoniously the captain dropped
into the sea a little cross weighted
with lead. A French peasant woman
whose only son went down w'th the
Titanic had given the cross to the cap
tain for that purpose. The incident
recalls tho lines of Kipling:
If I were drowned in the deenest sea,
1 know whose love would come down
Mother o' mine, oh, mother o' mine!
Parents should be very careful about
allowing their children to venture on the
thin ice that is so tempting to the young.
They should also be watchful that the
children do not attempt to go on the ice
without permission. The very mild sea
son has not been favorable to inaking
ice strong enough to bear with safety'
those who may venture upon it. We
may expect theusual number of drown
ing accidents, for in spite of all advice
or commands there are venturesome
children who will go into danger, taking
the risk with a cheerful indifference
that too of ten brings sadness into happy
homes. It behooves parents, in such
weather as we are havinj, to be ex
tremely watchful that the thin ice that
looksso tempting to the boy with a
new pair of skates. Better be too
cautious than too neglectful. Lynn
Conservation at Home.
The farm woodlot is a place where
"conservation" can and should be
practiced. Lumber is growmg scarcer
and the supply coming on should be
taken care of. Clean up all the wood
which" is lying on the ground and going
to waste. Dead stubs should be cut
as they harbour bugs and beetles, which
are harmful to trees, says Farm and
Home. A selection of all the poorest
standing timber should be made each
year for the wood supply as far as pos-
Clumps may be thinned, leaving the
best and thriftiest for perfect growth
Hemlock and pines are handy for patch
ing up bars and various uses around the
farm. Baswood makes excellcnt potato
crates, which find a ready sale if more
than the f arm requires. Chcstnut makes
posts for the fences, oak, bed pieces for
wagon or sleigh boxes and ash for wagon
tongues and whillletrees. These are
perhaps the commonest aside from the
hardwooOs which usually go to the
Many times the stufT lying on the
irround is nearlv worthlcs. but the
woods are better ofl if cleaned up,
There is less danger of fire, it is easiiT
to cet around in and it looks better.
Cows are sometimes allowed to
'browse" in the woods. This is harm
ful to young stufT coming up, as they
bend over and eat off terminal
School boys and girls in the hills
of Maine and Vermont have great
sport with single-runner sleds which
have some advantages, in the simplicity
of their construction, over the jumper
coaster, which carries two runners
near together and is built somewhat
higher. The "single-runner" is a
piece of hard wood two and a half or
three inches thick by fifty or sixty
inchcs long, and three and a half
inches high, on the under side of which
is fastened tire-iron or strap iron, which
soon becomes smooth as glass. Upon
this runner they fit an upright eight or
ten inches high by ten or twelve
inches wide with n small seat on the
top. On this very stoutly-built but
somewhat precarious "flyer" they
cleverly balance themselves with
arms and feet, and the rapidity and
dexterity with which they coast down
long hillsides without losing their
balance is almost incredible. Christian
A New Government Cook Dook
"Lessons in Cooking for the Sick and
Convalescent" is the title of the latest
government publication of interest to
the housekeeper. This publication was
prepared and printed for the use of the
cooking class of the Nurscs' Training
School of the Government Hospital for
the Insane, but the subject is of such
general interest that arrangements
have been made for tho sale of the
pamphlot by the Superintendent of
Documents, Government Printing
Oflice, at tho nominal price of five cents
a copy. While the receipts in this
namnhlct were compiicd primaruy lor
the sick, they are of interest to all
persons desinng sirnple and wholesome
dishcs. The J3U recipes cover a wiuo
rantre. lncluding soups, nsii, oysters
eggs, steaks, chops, salads, desserts
Ihe Highest Prlced Rooster Tha
The following, facts are brought out
in the current issue of Farm and Fire
Her Ladyship, the Ilen, is the most
tion. 1 Tfisaui
"Here is a chance to get good for our
own county, and if we believe in our
county, and have its prosperity at
heart, it behooves us to get into the har
ness at once, and grasp what is held
out to us."
TR. n. W. SABIN,
Oraauate Anierican School of OsteopatLy
Addison llougc ovorv Frlrtay.
LBEItT "W. DIOKENS,
ATTOItNEY AT LAW,
No. 30 Bnttcll HlocJc, Mlndlooiiry. Vt.
ColloctloinaSiiecliilty. Jtoal Kstatu llandmo
j B. OHANDLER,
Jollector ol clalms Cnargos roasonabls.
IM t. 1.
Middlebury, - - - Vorinon.
No Job too largu or small to recelro prompi
attontlon. Tolephone connectlon, or uiafo
date with Ueelster Oflice.
Glrl's Skull Fractured.
Rutland, Jan. 10. Miss Mildred Hay-
ward of Cuttingsville was probably fa-
tally injured this evening when she was
thrown from a sleigh in a runaway acci-
dent. Miss Hayward and Miss Sophia
Rhodes were riding in a delivery sleigh
driven by Briton Shippey. At the head
of Church street the animal became
frightened at some children sliding and,
taking the bit in his teeth, started on a
wild dash. At the corner of Williams
and Church streets the horse attempted
to turn but a runner struck an obstacle
and the three were thrown out, Miss
Hayward's head striking against a tele-
graph pole. She was carried into a
house and after receiving medical nt-
tention was removed in an unconscious
condition to the Rutland city hospital.
Later she recovered consciousness. An
examination revealed a concussion of
the brain and a severe scalp wound.
BURLINGTON SAVINGS BANK
$ 3.710 13
Jtuiuary 1, 1850
January 1, 1800
January 1, 1870
January 1, 1880
Jannary 1, 1890
January 1, 1000
Jnnuarj 1, 1913
Bui-iness can be tran
actf(l by mail, as well
ai in perbon.
4 Per Cent
All denlings with our
depositors are held in
Greater Vermont Notes.
The Commercial club of St. Johns-
bury will holdan industrial development
meeting on Friday, January 17.
The Newport Board of Trade is dis-
cussing plans lor Degmning a move
ment to secure a county agricultural
adviser for Orleans county.
At Burlington Friday, January 10,
John Scheuerle, secretary of the Ben
nington County Improvement society,
addressed the Men's club of the First
Congregational church. He urged that
the men of Burlington take lnitiative
at once for the development of Chitten
The directors of The Greater Ver
mont association at their meeting at
Montpelier on January 11, voted to ap-
nlv for membershin in the Chamber of
Commerce of the United States. In
the list of New England commercial be
longing to the chamber, as given in the
last issue of the publication, The Na
tion's Business, Massachusetts was
represented by nino organizations,
Connecticut by four, Rhode Island by
one, Maine uy one, anu iNew namp-
shire by one. The first annual meeting
of the Chamber of Commerce of the
United States will be held in Washing
ton January 21-23.
The following selections from a letter
sent to members ot Windham County
organizations by the Brattleboro Board
of Trade are of great interest:
"The Brattleboro Board of Trade ex
tends to you, and through you to one
other interested party from your organ
ization, a cordial invitation to a compli
mentary dinner at the Brooks House,
January 17, at 12:30 p. m. At the close
of the dinner, a business meeting will
be held in the parlors of the hotel, for
the purpose of forming an ngricultural
association for Windham county, to pro
vide for the employment of an agri
cultural specialist to work for a term of
two years among the farmers.
The commercial organizations of the
county believe that work of this kind
will greatlystimulateall business enter-
prises, and, at the same timc, be of in
calculable value to the farmers.
"Wo want every Grange and every
other agricultural organization in Wind
ham county represented, so, if you find
it impossible to attend personally
please be sure to hnve some one else in
your place to represent your organiza
HOW OLD ARE YOU
BY YOUR HAIR
YnU iiuiy ! 30 in ye;tm, 1ml if joii 111c
b llilliendi'd nr uniy, people ill oiirely
take you tn he 111 in yfitrs older.
DsindnifT i the nxit of nll linir ril.
If it wire ncit fur tlie little d-i-trurtive
gerins wurkinu with a perMMeiiey
worthy of a better eause theie wuiild be
PARI&IAN Sime, Ainorioit'rt K'eatest
liair it'hlnier. will keep you lool.ing
young nnd Httrnctive.
It in uuarHnteed br W. II. Sheldon to
nuike hair ltow nnd Htnn falling Iihii : to
eure daiidiulT in two weeks'; t Blop llch
HK of the Hcalp Hlinoht liis-t.mtly.
PARISIAN brfge ih the most invigorat-
ng, fciiHsryitn;. hiiu pleiisani iniir dresa
ni: innde; it makert the hair hoft, lux-
uriitnt and hundtiome; it is enpeeially
praied by women who love beautiful
hair. 50 centH n bottle.
This Bank has ahvnyn paid tlie highest rate of interest allowed by law,
which, at the present tiine, is FOUR PER CENT.
Write for Further Information
C. P. SMITII, President.
I1ENRY GREENE, Vice-President, F. W. WARD, Treamrer,
F. W. PERRY, 2nd Vice-President, E. 8. ISHAM, Atsistent Treas.
RTATE OF VEUMONT, (
DISTniCT OP ADDISON, ES. (
The probato court for the dlstrlct of Addison:
To all persons Interested In the estate of John
Shedrick, late of Middlebury, In sald district.
I)y the authority of the State of Vermont, you
are hcreby notified to nppear before the sald pro
bato court, at the probato oflice In Middlebury, in
sald dlstrlct. on the 27th day of January, A D.
1913, at 10 o'clock a. m., to show cause, if any you
have. why the account of Harry L. Hunt, admln
istratorof the estate of sald dcccased. should not
be allowed, and also why the resldue of said estate
Bhould not bo distributed to the parties entitled
Dated at Middlebury, In sald dlstrlct, this 3d
day of January, A. D. 1913.
2 Charles I. Button, Judge of Probato.
Gnrclncr S. WaiiiwriKlit
The undersiirncd. havinK been appointed by the
Honorable I'robate Court fer tho dlstrlct of Addi
son, commissionera, to receive, examine, and
adjust the clalms and demands of all persons
acalnst the estate of Gardner S. Wainwright, late
of Middlebury, in said district, deceased. and all
claims exhibited in offset thereto, hereby elve-
notice that we will mect for the purposeaforesaid,.
at the National Bank of Middlebury In the town
of Middlebury, in sald district. on the 7th day of
Fcbruary and 23d day of May, next. from 10
o'clock a. m., until 12 o'clock m.. on each of said
days and that six months from the 28th dayof
Deccmber, A. D. 1912, is the timo limlted by said
court for sald credltors to present their claims to
us lor examination and allowancc.
Dated at Middlebury. Vt., this Gth day of Janu
ary. A. U. 1913.
Chas. E. Plnncy, I , .
John A. Fletcher. I Commlssioners
M. Agnes W'ainwrisht, administrator. 2
IN00SKI SAVINGS BANK
Winooski, Vt. (E7iliD.S,',,?:,S:S) Organizod 18G9
Intersst A per cent. Taxes paid on all deposits.
Our plan for Banking by ivlail is safe. Try it.
Farm Mortgage Loans Solicited.
Writc for Statcuiciit.
A8t.ctsover . $1,920,000 00
Deposits over 1,750 000 00
Surplus over 157 000 00
AssetH have increnspd in a year 144,8'.'8 40
Deposits have increafed in a year 120.875 39
The Lirge Surplus of 9 is a giiHratitee to depositors.
Deposits on or belore Feb. 5 draw interest from Feb. 1.
Ormond Cole, President,
OTndV'Kd1!1- ! Vlce President
II, E, Gray, Treasurer.
Ormond Cole, Emory C. Mower,
Orman P. Ray, C. H. Shlpman,
U. J. White. GeorKe I). Catlln,
F. E. Biewood, 11. E. Gray.
Eaiuiie A. Goodrlcli
Onler ot Nollrt-rrool of Will.
STATE OK VERMONT,
DISTRICT OP ADDISON. KS.
Be it rcmembered.thatat a session of the pro
bate cuurt, holden at Middlebury, u ithin and for
the district of Addison, on the 7th day of January.
A. D. 1913.
Present: Charles I. Button, JudKe
Whereas, a certain instrumcnt of writini? un
der scal. purportinK to be the last will and testa
mint of l'annie A. Goodrich, late of Whitinir, in
said dibtrict, deceaseil, havin been this day pre
tcnted to said couit for probate, and duly liled in
the HoKister's Odice; Therefore, it is ordered.
that all persons interested in the estate of said
deceased te notifu-d to appcar before said cr urt.
at the prohate otlice In Middlebury, In said dis
trict, on tno 7tn dayof January, A. D. 19' i at
11:30 o'clock a. m., by publication of this order,
three weeks successhcly previous thereto, in the
Middlebury Hccister. a ncwspaper nnnted at Mid
dlebury, In said district, to show cause, If any
they may have, why said instrument in wntinir
should not lc proved and allowed, as the last will
and tcstament of the said deceased.
A true record,
2 Charles I. Button, Judge of Probato-
The Banner Savmgs
Bank Town of
On the 4th dayof October, 1912,
there were 702 depositois in the Hyde
Park Savings Bank vho resided in
Hyde Park and the aggregate of their
deposits was more than a quarter of a
million dollars or, to be exact, $251,
081.59 and the population of Hyde
Park at the last census was only 1453
If there is another town m the State
of its size that can make such a won
derful showiDg we would like to know
it, and we will cheerlully give that
town a free notice commending its
Think of it ! This means that near-
ly every other, or second, man, woman
and child, infant, youth, middle-age
and aged person in Hyde Park, 702
out ol 1453, has an rtverage deposit in
the Hyde Park bavings liank ol S357.-
There is only one conclusion to be
drawn from this fact and that is
that the people of Hyde Park, who
know all about the men who manage
the Hyde Park Savings Bank, have un
limited faith and confidence In them.
They know, from close contact with
them and as their nearest neighbors, 1
:ill about their iiabits, characteristics,
idiosincracies business abilities, conser-1
vatism and banking methods, and they 1
show their implicit iaith in these man ;
agers by bestowing upon them a mea-1
sute ol confidence and tiust which is
very rarely found. We doubt if a par
allel can be found anywhere.
These home depositors know that
SitfetlJ, and not high rates ot inter
est obtained at far away points, is the
uniform and unvarying motto of their
home bank and believing its managers
to be absolutely trustworthy and safe
they make this bank the custodian of
their spare dollars. Of course the
fact that the bank pays four per cent.
and pays all taxes is very tempting, but
no more so than to depositors in
Nobody knows you quite so well as
your near neighbors. If they have
faith in yoji it is usually because you
are entitled to their confidence.
adv. News and Citizen.
CHITTENDEN COUNTY TRUST CO
114 Church Street, Burlington, Vt.
Under the direct nianagement of the following well known bueiness
men of Vermont.
E. J. BOOTII, Mgr., Burlington Brnnch J. IX. Booth Lum
ber Co ,
JOHN J. FLYNN. Copitnli-t,
A. O. HUMPHItEY, CapitnliHt.
E. P. WOODBURY. Mgr , The Vn Ness Hotel,
J. S. PATHICK, Tlie G. S. B!odKeU Company.
II. A. COOKE, The Queen City Cotton Company,
13. F. G13HHAHDT, Mr , W. Seward Webb'a Shelburn Farms,
J. II. MACOMBEU, Judne of I'robate.
ISeepectfully Solieits Your lianliing BueineKS
E. J. BOOTH. President, JNO. F. FLYNN. Vice-President
E. D. WORTHEN, Treasurer, HARIUE V. HALL, Ass't Treas.
n a wma m m m v m m m wm m m m mm. m ti mm m m 13
NAIIUNAL MM M MIUULtBUKY
Estnbllslicd in 1833
S. A. ILSLiEY, President. C. E. PINNEY, Cashier.
SURPLUS S100 000
Accomodations Granted Consistent with Good Banking.
Safe Icposit Hoxcs t ICciit
Kstate of Mnrloii Hlatliews-
)rler of Nntlre-Proof of Will.
C1TATE OF VERMONT.
DISTRICT OF ADDISON. SS. I -uuri.
Be it remembered. that at a session of the Prn.
bate Court, holden at Middlebury, wlthin and for
the District of Addison, on the 4th day of Janu
ary, A. D. 1913.
Present: Charles I. Button, Judge.
Whereas. a certain instrument of writincr. un
der seal, purportins to be the last will and testa-
mentof Marion Alathews, late of Middlebury, in
said dlstrlct. deceased, havintr been this day pre
sented tosaid court forprobate.and duly filed In the
Kegister s omce: inererora, It Is ordered that all
ersons interested in the estate of sald deceased
e notined to annear before said court. at the
Probate oflice In Middlebury, in sald district, on
the 27th day of January. A. D. 1913. at lt
o'clock a. m., by publication of this order, three
weeks successlvcly previous thereto. in the Mid
dlebury lteRiBter, a newspaper printed at Middle
bury, !n tald district, to show cause, if any they
may have, why sald instrument in writins should
not be proved and allowed, as the last will and
testament of the said deceased.
A true record,
2 Charles I. Uutton, Judtre of Probate
13statc ot Ilenry C. Kelscy
The undersiuned, havintr leen appointed by the
Hon. Probate Court for the District of Addison.
commissioners. to receive, examine and adjust the
claims nnd demands of all persons aroinst
the estate of said Henry C. Kelsey, late of
Whitinir, Vt., in said District, deceased, and
all claims exhibited in ofTset thereto, hereby ive
notice that we will meet for the purpose afore
said at tho residenceof thedeceased in the town of
Whitinir. in said district, on the 5th day of
February ar.d the 10th day of July, next, from 2
o'clock p. m., untll 4 o'clock p. m on eachof said
days and that six months from the 6th day of
February, A. D. 1913, is the time limited by said
court for said creditors to present their claims to
us for examination and allowancc.
Dated at Whitlne. Vt., this 14th dayof January.
A. D. 1913.
Arthur 0. Freegard,
F. C. Hawson,
DIVIDE YOUR DEPOSITS
I ivinR ua u portion, which we will keep safcly. and pay FOUB PEU
CENT for tlie privilego, "Don t put all of your euga in ono baBket.
HOME SAVINCS BANK,
We Do All Kinds of Job Printing
Blrs. Alma I,, Surprciicntt
Onler of Knllce-Proof of Will
RTATE OF VERMONT i i.i,t.r
. disthict of AiuilsoN. ss. t 1 rouaie i ourt.
Ile it rememberil, that at n session of the pro
bate court, holden at Middlebury, wiihin and for
the district of Addison, on the lulh day of Janu
ary, A. D. 1913.
Present: Charles I. Button, Judee.
Whereas. a certain instrument of writinp. un
der seal, purportinir to l tho last will and testa
ment of Mm. Alma I.. Su-preneau. late of Orwell,
in sald district, di'ceaged. havinir been this day
prescnted tosaid court forpiobate, and du! hled
in the ltcKister's Othce: Therefore, itisonlered.
that nll persons interested in the estate 01 aaid
deceased bo notitietl to appear lefore sald rourt
at the probate olhie in Middlebury, in said dis
trict, on the id dav of February, A. D. lSlrf, at
11:30 o'clock a. m. by publication of this order,
three weeks surcessit ely previous thereto, in the
Middlebury Het;ister, a newspaperprinted at Mid
dlebury to show taubo, if any they may have. why
said Instrument in writlnf? should not be proved
and allowed, as the last w III and testament of tho
A true record,
3 Charles I. Dutton, Judce of Probato.
Green Cut Bone and Meat
iaa splendld cold weather Poultry Food.
Send ua your check or nioney order for
$3.75 and we will ship you n 200 pnund
barrell, frclnht prepaid to your ruilroad
atation, Carroll S, Page, Hyde Park,
Vermont. adv. 51tf