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Safety for Savings
Every depositor wishes to place his savings in a bank that is safe ; , that is weil
managed; that is strong in the character of its assets and in its reserves for the
protection of depositors. ,
The Montpelier Savings Bank and Trust Company in every way measures up to these
For nearly fifty years its has served the people of this part of Vermont. It has al
ways had capable management; the purpose of its Trustees has always been to safe
guard the interests of its depositors. With an efficient organization, a high grade
of investments and reserves of unusual strength for the protection of depositors we
invite the accounts of those who wish to do business with a bank which is strong
and We, and which gives the, kind of service which satisfies.
The Montpelier Savings Bank and Trust Co.
"The Old Bank on the Corner," Montpelier, Vermont.
Depository of the State of Vermont.
Miss Florence M. Ayers and Howard
R. Lang Married Thursday.
Miss Florence M. Ayer anil Howard
R. Lanjj of Stowe were married on
Thursday by Rev. (.1. H. Locke of Va
terbtirv. Mrs. Lang is the youngest
daughter of Mr. 'and M,r. V. V.
Ayers. She was graduated from Stowe
high Bi'hool in the -lss of 1911) and
has recently resigned the position of
bookkeeper in the ollice of the Gold
Brook Creamery association. Mr. Lang
is tlie sou ot A. it. mvi. lie was
graduated from Stowe high tschool in
the class of MM 5. Alter an agricul
tural course, he bad a position as
cow tester, but ban been with his fa
ther on hisfarm in Stowe Hollow for
some time. Mr. and Mrs. Lang are
now visiting Mrs. Lang's sister, Mrs.
S. W. Allen, and family in Maidstone
and after their return will make their
home at the Lang farm.
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And Backache Stopped After a Short
Treatment with "FRUIT.A.TIVES"
Madine Rogers has returned from
the sanatorium in Pittsford much im-.
proved in health. i A
John Moiid and wite were in tsarre
Saturday. "
Dean Oallison, who is working in
Waitsfield, .visited his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. .lohn Gallison, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bartlctt were
the Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.
tieore Scott.
Sherbel Fair o? Calais has received
the appointment as carrier on the R.
A infant from murimem or subway ears
famed for comfort, eofiTenieoc and
courtesy, Refurnished. AH tae modern
! convenience in every room prompt
service moderate prices. European plsn.
$1.60 a day upand the unique restaurant
now on of ifouton a show placs, where
I the choicest the market affords is served
I In quaint and beautiful surrounding's to
perfect music Uancin? and Cabaret,
F. D. route from the Kast Montpelier
office and has been ordered to report
for duty Feb. 21.
Cleora Kelley is working for Mrs.
A number of young people from the
east village attended a drama at J. A.
Nichols' Saturday night.
Madine Rogers was in Rarre Mon
day and again on Tuesday of this
A pair of repolls were seen in Kast
Montpelier recently. This bird, with
its cheery, social twitter, is a most
welcome visitor from the far north and
is seldom seen 'in this latitude.
Rev. A. S. Phillips of Chester Depot,
came Monday to attend the ministers'
convention in Rarre and is spending
the remainder of the week witli her
sister, Mrs. Lee Chandler.
The many friends of Harry Vincent
regret much his leaving the R. F.'D.
route, for during his brief time of
service he has proved himself thor
oughly competent and efficient and his
uniform courtesy and kindliness, is
much appreciated by all patrons of the
route. ,
News came by 'phone Thursday!
morning oi trie Dirtn at tieaton nos
Mrs. Minnie Rrown of Waterbury
has visited her sister, Mrs. F. K, Staf
ford, and mother, Mrs. Betsey Slay
ton, this week. - Mrs. Stafford, who
has been confined to her bed fur sev
eral weeks, has been more comfortable
this week.
Mrs. R. O. Wrisley and daughter,
place and was educated in the Last Raymond t.n-ene and Mrs. L. A. h.l
Montpelier schools. " I ,on v''ted Mrs. Orpha Greene at the
Regular grange
Wednesday, Feb. 16.
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meeting next
Business meeting
at II o clock. After dinner, there will
be a program with speakers from
away. .This will be an open meeting
and a good attendance is desired.
The home nursing class will meet
with Mrs. Victor Templeton- next
Thursday afternoon. At this time there
will be a business meeting of the local
branch of the Red Cross.
Owing to the lateness of the season
before arrangements could be perfected
forv installing the hot lunches in
schools, it was thought advisable to
drop the matter until fall and have the
equipment ready for the first cold
pital of a little daughter to Mr. and J &dv,
Mrs. Charles tampbell. Mrs. (amp
bell was Miss Sadie Curtis of this
Jvuuie t.ncKson s comedy company
will appear at I'lainfield opera house
Monday evening, bib. 14, Among the
high-class vaudeville artists are Lute
Snelling, the blind comedian, and Fred
Horette, the American impersonator
Don! miss the attraction. General
admission, 15c and 25c; tax
There will be a home demonstration 7:3(1 o'clock Tuesday evening of Mys-j The debate between the Bethel high
meeting Thursday afternoon, Feb. 17, 1 the lodge, r. and A. M. Work oii!BlhooI and the S. ,R. H. S., which w
.Darre m
sera noose
Fanny Allen hospital Thursday. Mrs
Greene is as comfortable as can be ex
pected. Superintendent 0 P. Ifowe visited
schools in Stowe Thursday.
R. I). Robinson is ill with quinsy
sore throat.
F. K. Smith and J. M. Ruiter were
business visitors in Waterbury Friday.
Mrs. Smith and son, Watte, were m
Waterhtiry Thursday.
News from Walter Magoon, who ex
pected to have an operation for -appen
dicitis at the Fanny Allen hospital
Thursday, stated that the. operation
was deterred, hut Mr. .Magoon is still
at the hospital.
,Mrs. If. V. Munson of Morrisville
was a guest of Mr and Mrs. R, R.
Biuelow at "The Ledges" Wednesday.
" Mrs. Albert Went worth anil daugh
ter of Morrisville are visiting her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Larnw.
Mrs. Hannah Taylor and Mrs. Allen
Phillips of Morris iilc are visiting
their daughter and sister, Mrs. Frank
Demerit t.
Mr, Scott of the lirm of Scott and
Cully Bros, of Ballston Spa, X. Y.,
was a business visitor at F. E. Smith's
paid. I Thursday.
I here w ill be
Moretown,Vermont,March!j7th 1918.
"I am warranted in having the
strongest faith in 'Fruit-a-tives' after
receiving such wonderful benefits
from them. For years, I was a sufferer
with Kidney and Liver Complaints.
My back ached; my liver was
sluggish ; and my whole system
seemed out of order.
'Fruit-a-tives' was the only remedy
to help me. They strengthened the
kidneys, made my bowcla move
regularly and freed me of all the
iistrcss caused from the kidney
trouble, constipation and indigestion.
A few weeks' treatment with
'Fruit-a-tives' made me feel as if I
had a new lease on life, and I am glad
to make known the great value of
theso Fruit Liver Tablets".
60c. a box, 6 for $2.60, trial size 25c.
At dealers or from FRUIT-A-TIVES
Limited, OGDEKSBURG, N. Y.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E Stanley spent
tho week end with relatives in Ran
dolph. Fred Demas had the misfortune to
lose one of his valuable pair of mules
Rev. C. A. Simmons was in Uarre
the first of the week, where he took
part in the meetings held there by the
state Univcrsalist ministers.
A. G. Preble, state fire commission
er, was in Rennington the first of the
week, where he caused the arrest and
conviction of a firebug.
Tho grange contest supper, which
was held at tie hall last Saturday
night, was a decidtnl success. The win
ning side expressed themselves well
pleased with the treatment they re
ceived fr$m the hands of the losers.
National laymen's Sunday will be
observed in the Universalist church in
Washington next Sunday. A sermon
upon the theme, "The Twentieth Cen
tury Limited," prepared by F. C. Carr,
national secretary of the Universalist
Comrades, will be read. All are wel
come to this service. Sunday school)
at noon.
At a recent meeting the boy scouts
decided to give a supper and entertain
mont Washington's birthday, Feb. 22,
schoolhoiise hall. Come and help a good
cause. The following boys have been
promoted to second-class scouts: Philip
Johansson, Lawrence heaver, Lyland
Wood. Last Saturday the boys, under
the instruction of Mr. Treble, reloaded
the large fire extinguisher owned by
the town. Mr. Preble has agrl to
drill the boys in fire fighting and it is
hoped we may have better protection
in the future.
A. C. Coutermarsh and son, Law
rence, have bought the Mrs. Lillis
Wells house in this village and will
special meeting at take possession in the spring
at the Odd Fellows' dining room, under
the directum of Miss Rocee. Mil
Pierpont will also be present. Mrs.
R. H. Townsend, who is in charge of
tins meeting, invites all ladies inter
ested to be present. Subject, line
and color, and alteration of patterns.
the entered apprentice degree.
Mr. and Mrs. V. M. Adams are vis
iting relatives in New York.
Jesse L.Lasky Presents
' Melfords
A simple child of the Big North
Woods! Married by a prodiga ho
shame his parents. Then cruelly
tumbled into the maze of L'ng
lish "society."
See her thrilling struggle 'twixt
nature and civilization at last her
triumph! -and the prodigal kneel
ing at her feet !
From Sir Gilbert Parker's Noted
Novel, "The Translation of a Sav
age." With Milton Sills,' Elliott Dexter
and Mabel Julienne Scott.
ill '
of Red
Blood and
The Greatest Applause
Picture of the "Season
With a' Cast of All
To be Shown
'Special Matinee Satur-.
day at 2:30
Evening Prices: Bal
cony 23c, Orchestra 35c
Matinee Prices: Chil
dren 15c, Adults 20c
Tax Paid j
Bijou Theatre
x Whw ETrrbo Gm
Presents for To-day Only
Vulorus Peck has been detained from
school the past week by a lame foot,
'Hitsca nv stepping on a nail.
Mrs. Kate Kizer of I'lainfield visit
ed her aunt, Mrs. (.'. K. Dwinell, re
cent 1 v. i
Marion Keniston was home from'
(ioddard scminarv over the week end.
Sunt, dackman of Cabot was in
town Tuefllav.
(Jeorjfe K. Sanders was in Montpelier
part of the week to attend the re
union of the lfllU legislature.
Miss Ellen Keniston was a,, recent
visitor in . North Montpelier.
Miss I harlotte l'eck is home from
Marshfield, sick with the measles.
Mrs. 1). I?. Dwinell was in North
Jfontnelier, calling on friends recent-
Mrs. diaries Comstock of Plniufield
visited lnewls m town x lie nrst oi
the week.
Owing to sickness, the play. "Ameri
ca first, to be given liv the school
hildren, will have to be postponed.
to have been held on Wednesday night
of this week, has been postponed until
next Monday night.
Miss Grace Badger of Sharon was in
town the first of tho week. ,
The Randolph team played basket-
W. Griffith's "Way Down East"
Coming to Montpelier.
Unusual intcrt attaches to the
opening of the advance sale of the re
served seats this morning for the coin
ing engagement in Montpelier of D. W.
Griffith's great spectacle, "Way Down
East," which1 will be seen for the first
time in Montpelier on .Monday night,
at the Playhouse theatre. "Way Down
East" will be presented here for a-period
of three days, twice daily; matinee
ana evening at 2:1a and 8 p. m.
If such lie' possible, this latest mas
terful production by the genius of the
screen bids fair to eclipse even the
enormous vogue enjoyed by "The Birth
of a Nation." Now being offered in
the leading cities of the land, "Way
Down Eajt," is attracting capacity
throngs and seats are sought weeks in
advance. i
This pieturization of the famous
stage success furnished by Lottie Blair
his is Fertilizerlfear
The world's demands must increase,
and distribution be assured. The far
sighted farmer knows this, and will plan
for a greater crop production at less cost
with the wise use of ESSEX Fertilizers.
ESSEX Fertilizers mean economic pro
duction because they are made from Bone,
Blood and Meat Meal, mixed with agri
cultural chemicals, and only high-grade
Potash imported direct by us from Ger
many. They provide plant nourishment
cpnstantly from seeding time until the
end of 'the growing season, and supply
plant food that is available specially
adapted to your crops.
ESSEX Organic . Fertilizers are thor
oughly dependable. Their quality insures
the best results. Order your supply to
day. Write for special crop information
and prices."
Branch of ContoliJated Rendering Company
Boston, Massachusetts
Playhouse Montpelier
ball with the 8. R. H. b. on Jnday . j,kfr Btld jof)eph Qrismer goes much
night of tlus week at Kn.ght"8 hall, j farther than the original tale. Mr.
Dr. iish an, wife returned from (;riffith hH11 hegun where they halted.
Canton, Mass., Thursday,
Mr. and Mrs. Dodge of Tunbridge
were in towniThtirsday on business.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Merrill attended
the golden wedding anniversary of Mr.
and Mrs. Chase Blake of Bethel, Feb.
11- .
The measuring social held at the M.
E. church vestry Monday night was a
success and netted the societies quite
a good sum.
Mrs. W. B. Smith is ill, suffering
with neuritis.
A Safe and Scientific Plan
Prstnted ly
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Mm. Itsna Fay is visiting her grand
mother, Mrs. Frank Soraers.
Mrs. Head of Barre, who has been at
F. B. Miles' the past few weeks, re
turned home Thuriay.
Forty-six couples attended the dance
held at Holder's hall Tuesday evening.
The auditors finished their
Tuesday on the town accounts.
.Mr. and .Mrs. James uuck, Mr. and
to make your principal provide a sure
ineome for vour whole life is embodied
in an annuity. The return annually, 1 and Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Wilder atten
semi-annually, quarterly or monthly is i Pomona grange at Berlin Wednesday,
Mrs. W. H. Vauglln, Mrs. H. B. Chapin
most satisfactory. Consult us. Na
tional Life Ins. Co. V't. (Mutual). S.
S. Ballard, general agent, Rialto block.
Montpelier, V't.
The Farmerette," a play given bv
the Waterbury Center people Friday
night, was attended by a full house and
was much enjoyed by those present.
He hsm not madeuit a provincial thing;
attempting to explain nothing he has
weldea a theory of eternal love and
in so doing has removed his people from
time and period. Possessed of a vision
and mentality too great to be handi
capped by anything, he has brought
forth an epic far more than clever it
has the ring of genius. The simple furt
of plain people is brought forth in
greater measure than the stage plav
version could ever hope to attain and
offers keen contrast to the sufferings
anil woe of Anna Moore, her hopes and
struggles. ITobablv the greatest cast
of capable players ever assembled for
a motion picture production waa en
gaged In the making of this work and
its ends in a thrilling climax of spec
tacular scenes amid the veerjng flaws
of a New England blizzard and the
explosive breaking of a river ice gorge,
ail oi which enthrall as only a Griffith
effort can move audiences. 'The tender
work ; moments, the tragic episodes, the laugh
able situations and the stirring scenes
are accentuated by unusual orchestral
accompaniment, pronounced the most
sjnbitious yet attempted in the theatre.
.Sale of seats now on. Secure same in
advance. No telephone orders. fnd re
mittance, add ten per cent war tax.
"Way Down East" will not be seen in
this vicinity again this season. Adv. j
becne from DSN GPirFirHSWAY "DOWN EAST"
Seats now selling at Playhouse, Montpelier,
Three Days, Commencing Monday Even
ing, February 14. Matinee Tuesday and;
Wednesday. Street cars held until after
the show.
lluilintnii Houh Iliili r, lio
bas Icpiled .VU") with I'ro
nnitero 1 hi ley and M-igs that
be will wrr-tle lean (.iii.t
the I'irTp-Montiirlipr fatorite,
Wednesday Night
Montpelier Armory
( C (paramount Qidurc
Revealing the double
life of a girl who sold
bT (oul for diamonds.
I id in the famous
jewel fields of Africa.
A thrill with villainy,
mxiwv, love, and the
mystic ell of Orient
al soroerw-s.
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The Playhouse, Montpelier SFab
First Presentation in the State oi the Record-Breaking Success Over 200 Times, at Tremont Temple, Bostf n M
Read What the Clerjry Say About
The Greatest Moral Lcson in the World
Over three hundred vlergymen already have rmommended this great
at on-.
Scores of sermAns have been pre hed on it. and more than one min
ister has said. "IT IS THE (;REATE5T OF ALL SERMONS."
And mi.' the exclusive lktou Herald, in a leading editorial, finds
reation on Tliankivins ltMy, Nov. 2."th, to say: "No thoughtful person
ran sit throusih tlie iday to il verv end without concluding that ha has
Rev. Lincoln II. Caswell
I'SHtor, Crawford Memorial Metho
dikt Eiiiscopal thurch. New York
"It i the ficatet moral lesion in the world! You have Mirpased
all w ord.-! Your picture lin nut Herodt-d Herod out -spoken all spoken
biiiusce and put a climax to all superlative. Our ordained divine
thunder away at empty ews, but 'Way Iow n Eat' is di inely ordained
to speak its rileiit m o-i.r" to tlie myriad that throng the theatre. It
i an eloquent ermtm.
l'ator. Seventh Presbyterian Church of
l fimi (hrist. 134 Urontne Street, New-
York City.
"A erfe-t pbiy, Ifrfetly played and prrfent ly fjirfw-Titod. I am
truly jrratful t the dear lxrd that HE has ro rU.-id you in your work
tlul you are doing jrreat j:om1."
Rev. Howard Preston McIIcnry, Vh. I).
Mariners' Irrbytrian Chim-h. I'hiUdelphia.
"As a religious tricbir I want to say I waa rofoundly imprcsniHl.
It is a real preaching of the (.Of.!-!. It nuH nswi betau it is true.'
Rev. John T. Wiids.
Rev. J. Henry Ilarnu
Eiitheian Church of
Tti'inion, rhiladeliihia.
the Holy Com-
"It rarrie a prrai tm--ce of warning to th unwary, and of retn
I'. it ion it the guilty. If ail motion pnturew muld he as wholesome
a hi i-nr i, I can't see why the n"-t srnipulnus could oljvt."
NOTE -Rev. Henry R. Rre. pator of the (Tiurrh f the Redeemer,
w:iik, . J.. i f'rhine a wru-s of sermm on Way Down Eat,
oli.ivinjr ii'iored trom the l.ijr P. W. (.rinith prodiiri iin. liev.
I .im-.Iii If. Cawe".I. -f tte Caford Memorial Mihtlit ( bun b. New
ork City, has picbi-d two wmciw -n "Hay IVs K-a-t" and rhots
to In- ciirejrtin BK.re traa entT frrxt from the lay.
Do Wo Grar fa ms
i Finest Fve rz-rr seen. "
Howard Chandler Christy
"A magnificent production"
Charles Dana Gibson
"A Work of Superb Art."
Brooklyn .Times
"Worth $10.00 a Seat."
, " New York Herald
Combining Drama, Painting, Poetry and Music
A THRILLING PRODUCTION Embodying the Famous Dramatic Story oi
the Same Title, accompanied by a Selected Orchestra of 20 Symphony
NOTE: Owing to cost, length of production and iron bound contracts,
this picture can never be shown at less t han first class theatre prices. , .
Trices: Eenincs. .0c, $1.00. $1.30. $2.00: M-tinee Daily. 2."c to $1.00
Mail Orders Now. Add 10 Per Cent War Ta. Send to Manager of Playhouse.
Secure Seats in Advance Street Car mill be held until after the performance each nigliL
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