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DECEMBER 31, 1915.
THE MIDDLEBURY REG1STER
A deen gloom reated upon this villnge
lost week owing to tho death of two
agcd residents, Mr. Erastnus Itoscoo and
Mr Edwfn Elliott, tlieir dentha occuring
withln 24 hours of cnch other. It wns
planned to hold Mr. Itoacoe's funeral
Sunday but tho storm prevented. It was
held at liis lato home ilondny forenoon,
Rev. Mr. 8tannnrd offlciating. Mrs. D. 8.
Twitchell and Charles M. Baker sang
The funoral of Mr. Elliott was held
Monday afternoon at the home, Rev. F.
M. Hagadorn of North Ferrisburg of
flciating. Charles M. Baker and Clyde
E. Fiske, with Miss Emma S. Baker ac
companist, sang two selcctions. The
casket was draped with tho colors under
which Mr. Elliott served in the Civil war.
Thero was n largo gathering of relativos
and friends froni this and eurrounding
towns at both funerals. Both intertnentH
were made in the Weybridge hill ceme
tery. A heavy snow storin prevailed here
laBt Sundav, a gale setting in made it a
typical blizzard. Sheds and a number
of trees were blown down, many tele
phone lines were put out of commission
by several of the poles being blown
down. No services wero held nt tho
local church on account of the Btorm.
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Boies and Masters
Olvn and Manley Shaw were the guestB
of Mr. and Mrs. Jatnes Cartniell at Mid
dlebury Christmas day.
John S. Shaw has been conflned to
the houso the past week with a severo
Viilintm nttnplr. A t. this wrltlni Ilfi 13 11
Tho Christmas treo enterrainment
which was to have been held at the local
church last Friday evening was given
up owing to prevailing Bickttess and tho
death of two old residents.
Several of the Masons from this placo
attended the funeral of J. E. Buttolph at
Middlebury last Friday.
The name Doan's inspires confidence
Doan's Kidney Pills for kidney Uls
Doan's Ointment for skin itching.
Doan's Regulets for a mild laxative
Sold at all drug stores. adv.
The rnorning servico last Sunday was
omitted on account of the severe storm.
The "Christlan Endeavors" held their
usual service in the evening in the
Mrs. Nettie Cadwell of Fowler is in
town, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. S. D.
New telephones have been ihstalltd in
all the residences on lown Hill.
Beaver Glen Grange held tlieir meet
ing last Wednesday evening with quite
an elauorate program.
On Christnias eve the Sunday school
presented a Christnias play "Tlie Great-
eBt Uift." wiiicn was very iino.
Miss Addie Wright of Burlington, A,
G. Wrikht and family of Waltham, Mr,
and Mrs. D. A. Holeau and Langdnn
Roleau of this town were guests ut E A.
Doud's on Christinus day.
Mrs. Langdon Roleau is in Northfield,
caring for her biolher's wife, Mrs. John
Peck, and ulnld.
Miss Dorothy Brown of Newark, N. J.,
who is a student in Middlebuiy College.
is snendinc the holidays at her home
She has relatives in this town, and her
father, a Middlebury College graduate
Mrs. Roy Potter is ill with the scarlet
fever. Miss Urace Mernll is caring lor
her and her young cluld.
Miss Wanetta Gill. a graduate of Bee
man High school, is taking a teachers'
tralning couree in Middleuury.
Miss Marion Clifford of town has also
entered Middlebury College.
Noam BettB, a lad eight yeara of age,
living on the river, haH attended school
in that district eight terins and not missed
Abram W. Foote has returned from
New York, where he wentwtthacar
load of sheep.
Miss Margueiite lane is with her par
ente, Mr. and Mtb. C. II. Laue, for the
holidays. She teaches in Jenuinstown,
William Richards, ir., is iust complet
ing his new eilo, the work having been
Miss JeBsie Lane from Pittsburg, Pa.,
ta a guest of her parents for the lioli
Miss Madge Ilarringtonof Port Henry,
N. Y-., is with Charles Benedict's family
'Miss Ina Shorkey of New York city,
Arthur Shorkey of Pittsfield, Mass.,
and MisB Amelia Patnode of Brandon
are Hpending the week at Joseph Slior
Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Brunello and son,
Havmond. spent UhnstmaB at Joseph
Shorkey's. Master Raymond remained
for a longer visit.
Mr. 'and Mrs. J. L. Douglas, Mr. and
Mrs. Wilbur Goodnch and Mrs. K V,
Manchester spent ChriBtmas with Mr.
and Mrs. Aiiee uougias in Miuuieoury,
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Shackett of
Monkton wero recent guests of relatives
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Shackett visited
in Rutland laBt week.
Mr. and Mrs. Amos Atwood spent
Christmas at Charles Persons in hast
Mrs. Arthur Stevens and Cornelia have
Jeen spending a few days 111 BriBtol.
The condition of Royal Stovens is not
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Witherell and son,
who have heen ill with the grip for the,
past weex, are miicn improveu.
$tomach Gatarrh Is
In this cllmato catarrh ls a
prenlent dlsease. Catarrh af
Ucts tho stomach as otten as
nny other organ. Perhapa every
thlrd person ls moro or less
trouhled with stomach catarrh.
Peruna ls cxtenslvely used ln
A Twics-Told Tale.
One of Intetest to Our Rcaders.
Good news bears repcating and when
it is conflrmed after n long lapseof time,"
evcn if we hcsitated to believo it at flrst
hearing we feel securo in accepting its
truth now. The followlng experience of
a Middlebury woinan is conflrmed after
Mrp. r rank A. Trudo, 4 WnBhington
St., Middlebury, says: "I sufTered for
quite awhilo from Bevero pains across
thesmall of niy back and sorencss 111 my
kidneys. Ilearing of Doan's Kidney
Pills, I gavo them n trial and it waB not
long before they brought relief. This
mcdir.ine made bo great an improvement
in every way that I urge its use to all
UVEIt TWO YEARS L.ATKR Mrs. TrutlO
said : "I have had no kidney trouble to
speak of sinco Doan's Kidney Pills rid
nio or it. 1 gladly recommend them
I'rice ouc. nt all deniers. jjon't, pimpiy
ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's
Kidney Pills the samo thnt MrB. Trudo
has twice publicly recommended. Fos-ter-Milhurn
Co.,"Props., Buffalo, N. Y.
Liston Moffitt, who has been for two
weeks with friends in Arlington and
M nchestcr, has returned and ls for a
few davs the guest ol Mr. and Mrs. i. t,.
The severe snow and wind storm of
early Sunday rnorning seriously crippled
the telenhone servico in this town.
T enty-two poles between the village
and rurcell s (Jorner were blown to the
ground; the wires and rross-arms lying
for the most part in the rond. Ihe line
men have been working faithfully, but
it will be somo few days vet before the
damage is all rcpaired. Several of the
Iarge poles recently set by the llortonia
Litrht and Power Co. were slightly listed
and because of tho Btorm it was fout'd
necessary to turn ofT tho eleclnc cnrrent
for several days till readjuetment could
Miss Alice Warren wns a visitor in
Middlebury on Monday.
Glen Sperry of Cornwall, who has
been assistii g Mr. Prescott in the cream-
ery for the past month, returned home
Thero was a family gathering at T. P
Decj idon's on Christmas day. Mr. and
Mrs. John Howe and little daugbter,
Edith, of Cornwull, Mr. and Mrs. Alex
WiiIbIi of Castleton, Miss Emma Desja
don, who has returned from Vergennes,
and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Luill'y of
this town nll being present.
Robert Hack, a student at Mt. Her
mon, who has been for a few days with
his uncle, W. C. Hack, went on Monday
to Albany, N. Y., to visit his Bister, Mrs.
George L. Needham.
Miss Mary Williains returned last week
from Waterford, N. Y. Her sister, Mrs.
S. C. Bull, it is expected, will arrive
soon and make her home here.
Those students home from school for
the holidays nre .Milton Howe from
Brandon, Leon Liilie from Mt. Hernion,
Mass , Misi BIhiicIip Belanger, Mi?n Mil
dred and Roy Phelps and CliHrles 51c
Qnesten from Biin'nnd Bnrlon beinihHry,
.Manchester, .Ms Keiui Duudon Ironi
Rutland, Miis Alice Jennings from Gud
clard Kemiimry, Barre, Miss Thelma
Lillie from Ciinhing Academy, AHhhurn
liam, Mass., and Miss Ileen and Mdtthew
Conway from Albany BusinenS College.
Miss Maude Smith, a teacher in the
public schcols of Springlield, Mass., is
spending the holidays with her pareuls,
Mr. an.l Mrs. G. L .Smith.
DeWiit Doane of Manchester is the
guest of Henry and llarold Purcell.
Ralph Cockle will movo on Fehrnary
lst from the Stevens farm where he has
resided for the past five 3 earB, to Salis
bury, where he has a positiou as mana
ger of a stock farm.
The next regular meeting of the Home
Department of the Wonum's Missionary
society will be held next Wednesdaj
afternoon, January 5, at 2 :30 at the
home of Mrs D. L. Wells. At this
meeting the society will begin the study
for the coming year: "The King's High
way". RcportB will abo be given of the
Missionary conference held at Burling
ton in November. All ladles are urged
to be present.
W. B. Needham and sister. Miss Leno,
were guests at H. R. Carlton's in Poult
ney for a couple of days last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Olin B. Root visited in
Proctor on Wednesday and Thursday of
last week. Mr. Root while away pur
chased a fiue work horse to talto tbe
place in liis team of the one he recently
Miss Florence Dundon returned last
Friday from New York, whero sho has
been with relatives for the past month.
Miss Blanche Doane is home from
Albany to spend a few days with her
The Christian Endeavor society has
recelved an invitation from the Whiting
society to attend a C. E. rally at the
Whiting Congregational church on Sun
day evening, January 2. Tho societies
of Cornwall, Shoreham, Sudbury and
Orwell being invittd.
II. D. Branch, who has been spending
a week with his daughter, Mrs. John
Clark of Wells, has returned. Mrn.
Branch, who accompanied him, will re
turn the last of the week.
Mrs. L. F. A. Oulette was in Rutland
one day last week.
The electric curreut of tho llortonia
Light and Power company was turned
011 for the first tlme at nino o'clock on
Wednesday inorning of last week. The
houses and stores which had been wired
presented a fine appearauce duiing the
The Christmas treo and exercises to
have been given at Eagle I1111 hall by the
children of St. Paul's ohurch had to be
given up because of the illness of Mrs.
J. A. Lavery, who had the affair in
charge. Mrs. Lavery was taken serious
ly ill on Tuesday of last week. Dr.
Cummings of Ticonderoga was called on
Wednesday to consult with Dr Rowe.
Appendicitis was at first feared but at
this writing Mrs. Lavery is much im
proved. The boya' basliet ball team played
Drandon High at Brandon on Tuesday
evening. Several from town accom
panied the team to witneBS the game.
The Christmas treo at the Congrega
tional church 011 Friday evening was
Bomewhat different from any given by
tho Sunday school previously. The ser
vice " White Gifta for tho King" was well
rendered, much befng addcd toitscharm
by tho singing of tho mixed and tho
innle quartcttes. Tho gifts on tho treo
wore from the boys' class to tho Kurn
Ilattln Home. Tho meii's class gavo
nioney to tho Burlington Uoino for
DeBtituto Children. The primary class
gave pop corn and applea to the Home,
and tho girls' class gave individtial gifts
to the different girls in the Home. Five
dollars was given from the blrtbday box
to the granddaughter of a minister, who
istdependent on ministerial help.
Thn Christmas treu and exercises at tho
M. E. church Friday evening wns well
attended. Thero were two trees loaded
Mr. nnd Mrs. F. L. Kent nnd daughter,
Mjldred, entertainpil Mr. and Mrs S. B.
Aines and son, Philip, of Middlebury
and Mr. and Mrs. IlHrold Kent and son
nf Massachusctts, Mr. and Mrs. U. B.
Mrs. A. J. Keach was called to Chazy,
N. Y., Friday by the serious illness of
MIbb Ada Hardy haB returned to Al
bany after spending a few days with her
parunts, Mr. and Mrs, E. H. Newton.
Miss Grace Denio spent Saturday and
Sunday with Miss Ada Zottman in Ver
gennes. Mrp. S. E. Dyer spent Chrlstmns with
her sister and family in Danby.
Miss Ruth Noyes of Poultney, Miss
Dorothy of Middlebury College are
spending the holidays with their parcnts,
MT. and Mrs. U. U. INoyes.
Rev. Mr. and Mrs. George Cornell of
Panton nre spending the week with
Mrs. Cornell's parentB, Mr. and Mrs.
G. U. Noyes.
Mrs Lyndon Thomas is visiting her
mother, Mrs. Fairbanks, in Randolph.
John Cormia haB returned to New
Britain, Ct., aftpr passing Christmas with
his parents, Mr. nnd Mtb. Edward
Miss Sarah Foss went Sunday to re
sume her duties in Boston, after a vaca
tlon at the home of her father. F. O.
Foss, in this city. Miss MabelG.Star
bird. also of Boston, who accompanied
llies Foss to this city, returned the same
Mr. and Mrs, Philip Ross of New York
city are guests of his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Frank A Ross.
William A. Sherrill, who has been ill
for several weeks as a renult of a shock
of paralysis, is gradtially growing
Frtderick Austic, son of tho late Jo
seph Austin. and Miss Nellie Leonard,
formerly of Bristol, but a resident here
for manv years, were married Monday
rnorning at 8 o'clock in St. Peter's
church by Rev. L. A. Vezina in the
liresence of relatives and a lew iriends.
Miss Bertha Dauiels acted as bridesmaii!
and William Austin was best man. The
biide wore a traveling suit of biue with
hat to match and her attendant was
govMied in green silk. Thej left for
Bristol, later going to Winooski and
other pomts 111 vermont. Ihey will w
at home in this city after the first of tho
Miss Beatrice Daniels, a former teach
er in the Vergennes graded school and
now hiilding a similar positiou iu the
Norwood, Mhkp., high school. is visiting
her parents, Capt. and Mrs. M. II.
Miss Mary Rondeau of Fair Haven is
the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mis
Martiu Cotev of Bridgeport, Conn.,
is spending 10 days with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Louis C. Cotey.
Eliott Caisse of Pratt Institute, Brook
lyn, N. Y., is spending his vacatiou with
his p.irents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles II.
Mies Marie Norton, a student at Villa
Marie convent. Montreal, is the guest of
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William II.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert M. Hale and
young son are guests of Mrs. Hale's par
ents, Rev. and Mrs. Richard G. Wood
bridge. Tliomas H. Bartley of Bridgeport,
Ct., at one time a inember of the 11 r 111 of
W. R. Warner & Co., of this city, is vis
iting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J.
Louis Orr, a former resident, now of
New York city, is visiting relatives here.
Miss Margery Prentiss of St. AlbanB
has secured a position as stenographer nt
the L. F. Benton Company factory.
Ancel R. Godette has gone to Hyde
Park to visit his brother, Edward Go
dette. Miss Rbea Patno of Morrisville is vis
iting her uncle, Henry G. Miner.
Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Caisse spent Christi
mas in Swanton, guests of Dr. nnd Mrs.
John M. Cuisse.
A team attachrd to a covered wngon,
owned by Dr. Nathan Oppenheitn nnd
driven by Fred Gago was struck Satur
day night by the 10:20 train from tho
north at the putty bed crossing, Tho
trnin wns stopped nnd the conductor
summoned Dr. D. J. Cnrroll to caro for
Gage, who was thought to have re
ceived serious injury. On Dr Carroll's
nrrival Gage was taken to tho railroad
station here, and an examination show
ed that while badly bruiscd he was not
seriously hurt. He was taken to the
Norton Houbc nnd Sunday he was able
to go to his home. One of the horses, a
yaluable brood mare, wns so badly in
jured that it had to bo shot. The other
hori-o escaped with n lew bruises. The
wngon was wrecked.
Mrs. Roso Heauh and son, Clarence
Btach, spent Christmas with friends in
Alfred Blair, who has been visiting his
mother, Mrs. Maria Blair, has returned
The storm of Saturday night did some
dainnge to telephono lines nnd blowing
down trees. During the storm the inu
nicipal Christmas tiee wns blown down.
Principal and Mrs. J. C Wnlker nnd
clnldien nre .peiidii)g the holidays with
relatives in Barie.
Mrs. Jiwie Morgan nnd daughter, Miss
Mildred Morgan of Bristol, spent Christ
mas with their daughter and sister, Mrs.
Frank M. Rogers.
CARD OF THANK8.
We wish to extend our aincere thnnks
to our friends and neighbors for the
kindness shown us and for the beauti
ful flowers given during the sickness
and death of our wife nnd mother, nnd
especially to Morning Sun Lodge, No.
5, for their kind words of sympnthy and
Geo. M. Sellers and Sons.
MISS EMMA L. IIIGLEY.
One of the oldest residents of Middle
bury, Miss Emma Little Higley, passed
away at her home on South Street on
Sunday afternoon. Miss Higley was
for twenty years, 1871 to 1891, the
tencher of music in tho public schools
of Middlebury, and was formerly nctive
in all musical cnterpriscs in this vicinity.
She was one of the first members of the
Miss Higley was born in Hartford,
0., March 12, 1834. Her parents were
Rev. Hervey O., and Sarah Gerrish
Higley. In 183G her parents moved to
Castleton, Vt., and Miss Higley grad
uated from the Seminary there in 1852.
Before teaching at Middlebury shchcld
positions in Castleton and in the west.
Miss Higley is survived by two
brothers, Edwin Hall, a master in the
Groton School, Mass., and Alfred L.,
who lives at the old homestead in Cas
tleton. Another brother, Rev. Henry
P. Higley, D. D., died a few years ago.
The three brothers were nll graduates
of Middlebury College, and the father
also, who was a memberof the class of
1825. Miss Higley was n member of
the Congregational church. Services
were held at her late home Wednesday
at 11 o' clock und were conducted by
Rev. A. A. Lancaster. Interment was
in the family lot in Castleton.
Many Children Have VVorms.
Worms are a common childhood ail
ment. They make children iriitable,
nervous and restlees, besides robbing
the body and mind of proper nour
ishment. Watch your child. Examino
the Btools and at liret signs of worms
give your child a treatment of Kickapoo
Worm Killer. They kill the worms, act
as a laxntivo nnd expcl thn worms nnd
poisonous waste. Tone tho system and
help restore your child's health nnd
hnppy dispo-dtion. Only 25c. at your
Miss Margaret Roberts of Tacoma,
Wash , a student nt Mt. Holjoke Col
lege, Muse., is spending her vacation at
the home of J. A. Jumes and with other
The Christmas entertainment given by
the children of the Congregational Sun
day school la-a Thurday evening wns
well given nnd much credit is due Mrs.
Elmer L. Wright and Miss Mcrlic Hier,
who had them in charge.
Severnl large family gatherings were
held Christmas dav at different hours,
nmong them a gathering at the home of
S. W. Jewett, nt the home of J A. James
and at the home of 1'. J. MucMurtry.
Mr. and Mrs. William J. Macfee nnd
children of Sclia, N. Y., Mr. and Mrs.
E. C. MacMurtry and children of Nassau,
N. Y., F. A. MacMurtry of North Ben
nington, Tln mas J. MacMurtryJ of
Heverly, Mass., and Mir.8 Elizabetli
Fo-.ter of Heverly, Mass,, attended the
iHinily gathering ut the home of I. J.
Mr. nnd Mrs Edgar Beano and children
spent several daj'H with her parents near
Uellows falls, the tirot of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel E. Jxmes spent
Uhnstmus night with relatives 111 Addi
George H. Wright has been ill the past
few days with grip.
There was no service at the Congrega
tional church last Sunday on account of
the severe Bnow nnd wind storm.
The funeral of E. M. Roscoe was held
at his home Monday at 10:30 n. 111. Rev.
E. M. Stannard conducted the Bervice
and burial waB in the Weybridge ceme
tery nt the Monument.
Frank Mack returned "from the Mary
Fletcher hospital in Burlington last
Thursday, where he has been for several
Schools nt the Monument will open
Monday, January 3, for tho winter term
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. A. Jumes nnd Miss
Margaret Roberts aro spending a few
daja with relatives 111 .Essex.
The annual meeting of the stock'
holders of the National Bank of Middle
bury for the election of a board of
directorsfor the ensuing year will be
neia at tne omce or said bank on Tues
day, the 11th day of January A. D. 191G,
at z o'ciock p. m.
50t5 CHAJtLES E. Pinnev, Cashier,
Hyomei Guaranteed by W. H. Shel
don to Relieve or Money
Tho popoularity and increaso in sales
of iiyomei here in Middlebury aro
uniquu in the anuals of medicine. Sucli
BBtonishing successsea havo been made
by this remarkable lemedy that the
propnetors havo authorlzed W. II. Shel
don to bpII every package of Ilyonn i
under an absolute gunrantee thnt it will
knock out catarrh for good. If it does
not, tho purchaser cau havo his money
refunded by W. II. Sheldon.
Iiyomei fs no ordinnry remedy. It is
pronounced the only method of treat
ment that sends by direct inhalation to
the most remoto part of the air passages
a balsainic air thnt destroys nll catnrrliHl
uerms 111 tho hreuthing organs, ennches
and puiilles the hlood with ndditional
ozonu, und gives permaiienc and com
plete relief from catarrh.
Tho coinplete, Hyomei outfitisinex
pensive and consists of nn inhaler that
cun 00 carried in the vest pocKet. a meii
icine droiitier and a hottle of Hyomei.
Tlie inhaler lasts n life time, and if one
bottle does not cure, nn extru bottle can
be obtained for a trifling sum. It ia
moro economlcai than any remedy ad
vertised for the ctno of catarrh, and is
tlie only treatment knoun to us that fol
lows nature in her methods of treating
diteases nf the respitory organs. adv.
We H o All KluclH ol
Mrs. Arthur Vanderhoof nnd sister.
MisB Belle Hnrrls, fpent several davs in
Burlington last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Beniamin Titus and fam
ily spent Christmas with Mr. nnd Mrs.
Glydas Hallock snent several davs
with her fnther last week.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Jeese Dike of Addison
spent Christinus wiih Mr. nnd Mrs.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Herbert Norton and son
spent Christnias witli Mr. nnd Mrs.
.Mrs. Henry Brothers of Williston
spent Chrlstiuns with her parents, Mr.
und Mrs. Elbert Stagg.
Perley Stacg haB gone to Williston for
a few weeks.
Miss Heleu Adams of New York is
vi-iting her mother nt Friend Adams.
Bilious? Feel heavy after dinner? Bit-
ter taste? Complexion sallow? Liver
perhapB needa wukiug up. Doan's Regu-
eii iur unious uuucus. oc at au stores
YOUR NEW YEAR'S
Why Not Make One That
You'll Dress Up Better
There's an old saying that clothes
don't make the man yet they have a
lot to do with it. A man's personal ap
pearance is just as much importance as
his character. No one wants to look
frumpish, neither does he want to be a
"dude" Both are extremes and it is to
the credit of Addison county folks that
they are not extremists.
Dressing up is part of the game to
day. The man who looks well has an
advantage in any undertaking and then
there is the personal satisfaction of be
ing up-to-date in the matter of dress.
The clothes made by this concern
have a national wide reputation. The
styles, the patterns, the mbdels are just
the same whether bought in New York,
Chicago or any other place where Hart
Schaffner & Marx Clothes are sold. We
have these clothes Suits and Overcoats
in the latest winter styles and a fine
lot of patterns to select from,
at - - $20 00, $22 50 and $25 00
But there are some people who have
to practice rigid economy in the matter
of clothes as well as other things and we
have provided for their wants in the
Peavy Bros. line of clothes. These suits
and overcoats are good and serviceable,
strictly stylish and will give good satis
faction. Popularly priced
at $12 50 to $20 00
See our big line of winter Gloves and
Mittens all styles, all prices.
An Addsion County Store For
Addison County Men and Boys
HANKS & CHILSON
Suggested by the erectlon of tho
chime of bells in the Mend Mcmorinl
Chapel, it may be interesting to note
that the wcights of the various bclls in
the village are stated to be as follows:
St. Stephen's , 914 pounds
Congregational Church... 1,4,60 pounds
Town Hall 1,669 pounds
St. Mary's 1,000 pounds
The weights of the first three are
from the records of the late Henry L.
Strong and Well as Evcr.
Fred Smith, U'ib M i ' St. GieenBsy,
Wis., says: "I miru.il m Ioiii time
with a very weak hack. I .! v Kidney
Pills complrtelj relieved nie ol si -xr -ness
nnd p iin and I now nm t-trnng tn d
well as ever." Winter agravntes ijlnp
toms of kidney trouble; cold weather
makes aching joints. sore muscles, nnd
irregular bladder nction more unbearahle.
Foley Kidney Pills help tho kidney
eliminate pain causing poisons. Frosts
& Marx Glothes