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JUNE 2, 1907
Wo havo 75 flour barrela, all in
nicecondition, perfect heads, eto.
Tennis Shoes
In all Rizea from No. 6 for the
littlo tot to No. 10 for men.
Thoy cotne in black, brown,
white and rcd.
Straw Hats
When you need them.
Remembor that wo cnrry a nice line of
paints and oils. Altnost overything you
wieh to paint with.
Enst Middlebury.
The Yankee Maxim.
11V VIUOIL W. Ilt.AKCllARD, M. I).
llio small acorn coutalns tho hugo oalc, lt ls
Aml a sentcnce, full ofton a book, you havo
That tbe tulnd often plcturcs ltsolf ln
That full lott ln a mnilra tbe keystono ls
Tliat uultos ov'ry unlt togotlior as ono.
When tho arch ot n nian or an omplre ls ctone
llenco, tho Yankeo proclalms that tho max
lin ls truo
"It wlll go, lf but bravnly you bullet lt
Tho gun and the bullet wlth the powiler bo
IIow truly they all plcturo tho true Yankeo
mluil ;
Tlie marlc is boforo lt whon thore comosthe
bnglit llash
Wlth a tleat'ulng, tremonilous, sulphurlous
You look, (ind on the spot whcro tho inark
once has stooil
Aml discover liore and thero some 11 no hlndl
lug wood;
For the Yankeo belloves that tho tuaxlm I
lt wlll go lt you wlll only bullet lt tbrough.
Thts bulletlng mothod wlll fall otttlmes, I
Cause the niarksman bchlnd lt a gnod deal ot
For ho never dlscovers tho lcast blt ot fun
When tho powder and bullet 's too rnuch for
the Kiui.
In such a sad caso lt ls averred by bls frlonris,
That ho tooled wlth a playthlng that ,kllls at
both onds;
That thoso cases are raro, I atu cortaln 1
In the truo Yankee method ot bulletlng
Has your time
value? lf so
by carrying a
a money
protect it
The Oontinental
Casualty Company
Of 77 nroadvray, N. Y.
This comoanv wrttes the
k j
most liberal Health and
Accident oolicv in the
world. A portion of your
insurance sulicited.
J. W. GREEN, Jr.
DiBtrlct Mannjfer
Middlebury, Vt.
When you ahow mo a man, whother youthtul
or old.
Who ln wlnnlng rtnown or ln heaplng up
Hagacbloved what the publlc ls pleased to
In the word so famllar and common suc
cess '
In nlne llines out ot ton, I wlll show you
Orawoman perhaps who has followed the
And one who ln tho heart belleves lt ls true
It wlll go lf you wlll only bullet lt throuth.
When you show me a man or a woman that'
And ls ragged to boot and whose ago ls past
Who has heulth and has strengtb, a good Hv-
lng to earn
But whose alms all to squalor and wretched
ness turn
I wlll show you the one who's rojected the
Of searchlng for gold dust wlth both water
and pan,
Andtheone who donles that the maxlra 1
It wlll go lf you wlll only bullet lt through.
I assure you iny frloncis, both the youthtul
and old
A nut well wortb tbe cracklng, thls mailm
doth hold;
lt's a path that wlll take you Utrect to suc.
Or, ln case your gun bursts.to a placo you
may guess :
So be careful of powdor and sure that tho
ls on lts top drlreu liomo, but thls ls not all
Be dead sure ot your alm and ttien 'twlll
prove true,
It wlll go lt you wlll only bullet lt through.
New York, Juno 9th 1907.
Atherhomein Addison in tlio
of Monday, Juno 3, Mra. Mary
Turner Perkins. Mrs. Perkins was born
in Crown Point. New York, on the 2nd
day of Oct. 1840. She was the daughter
ol Septamus nnd Mary a. rurner. un
the 2lst of Feb. 1801, sho was married to
John Perkins, of Crown Point, and to
them were born threo sons, Asa, who
died when thirteen yeare of nge, Oilson
and John who were left to tnourn her
Mrs. Perkins was a thrifty aud do-
nicBtic woman, always to be found at
home whero she wlll be sadly missed.
She was a most faithful wife and mother
and thoso who knew her best loved her
most. She was tenderlv cared for in her
last sickness by her faithful slster Lovice,
and her two sons. Uilson and Jolin.
Deside these she leavea to niourn her
loss herhusband, John Perkins. who was
in Mlchigan at the time of her death and
a sister, Mra. Lampson oi iNortmieiu,
Mass.. who on account ot sickness was
unable to be with her in her last davs.
Two niecea nnd a nephew from North
fleld beaide other fnenda from away
came to attend her funeral which wus
held in the Baptist cliurch m Addison,
The Rov. II. 11. White oiliciating.
Here a laroe number of friends and
neiKhbors gnthered to pay her their last
resnecta and followed her remains to
Vercennea where ahe was laid to rest in
Prospect Cemetery.
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Boardman have
been in North Ferrisburg for a few
lays. They were calied there by the
death of a brother of Mra. Boardman
The Ladiea' Aid society which was to
havo met with Mra. A. A. Boardman.
June 7, haa been postponed until June
After a three weeka' visit at his home.
Dustin Hussell returned to Boston the 3rd
to resumo his studies of mUBic.
Mr. J. C. Rockwell of Burlington was
a guest at the home of Dustin Russell
the nrst of this montli.
Mrs. Lucina Goveof Bristol visited her
sister, Mrs. A. II. Sumner last week.
Mr. Wallace Newton haa improved the
looks of his house by the addition of a
piazza and several coats of paint.
Mr. and Mra. Arthur Dounlass are now
occupying their new home.
Mrs. Dano is improvlnir the looks of
her house and barn by painting them.
There'a nothing so bad for a Cough
na Coughing." Coughing is like scratch-
injr a wonnd; so long as it is done, it
will not heal. When tempted to Uouch,
draw a long breath through the nostrils;
hold it until it warms the air cells. The
nitroeen thus reflned, allaya the desire
to courIi and gives tho tnroat and lungs
a chanco to heal. The use of "Seventy
seven" will aid nature in her efforts to
At Dragglsts, 25 cents or tnatletl.
j5-Dootor's Book tnalled froe.
Hnmnhrnvs Ilomeo. Medlclne Co.. Cor.
Wllllam and John Stroets, New york.
A Doctor'a Preacrlptlon, Not a Oure-
all, Thoy Have Ona Purpota toMaka
Rloh, Rod Blood.
General dobility is dno to lrapnro
blood. Its causes are worry, overwork.
failure of tho body to rcgaln its health
after a sovero siokness, lack ot nourUh
ment from a disordored dlircstion, or
some drain upon tha body, all of whioh
restut in tiunmnff tho blood, provontlng
lt from carrying health and nourishment
to the tissues of tho body. Tho way to
curo it is to build up the blood and
enable the various organs to perfona
their fnnctions.
Mr. John F. Willlatns, of 911 Lincoln
St., Anderson, Ind., who is in the boot
and slioo business, says: " In 1897 1 was
takcn siok with typhold fever, which
loft me completely run down. I went
back to work boforo I entirely recoyered
my atrength and the closo conflnemont
or tne etoro was too much for my woak
ened body. I did not rIto up as I slioald
hnvo dono, but kept at my work, al
though I sufTered a grcat deal from sick
headaches and pains in the back. The
sick headaches came on mo about evory
len or iweive aays ana tne aootors sald
they were caused from my eyes. My
Btomach was weak, appetite poor and
complexion sallow. I had night sweats,
which so woakenod mo, that I had little
interest in my work.
"I tried several doctors but got no
better and remained in this oondition
until I read about Dr. Williama' Pink
Pilla and startcd to take them. I got so
much relief from the flrst few boxes
. that I nsed them until I was entirely
oured. I am perfeotly well now, but I
think I should have been a weak man
for many years, if I had not nsed the
Ur. WUUams' rinfc rius mako rich,
red blood, onabling it to carry life and
strength to tho weak nerves and other
tissues of the body. They are a spccifio
for such blood diseases as antcinia,
rheumatism, tho after-effeots of the grip
and fevers, and for such nervous diseases
as dizziness, sick headaches, neuralgia,
and have accomplished miraculous
rcsults oven in partial paralysis and
locomotor ataxia.
A valuable booklet, "Diseases of tho
Blood," containing full information
about blood diseases and their treatment
will be sent free upon request.
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills are sold by
all druggists, or will be sent, postpaid,
on receipt of price, 60 cents pcr box,
Bts boxes $2.60, by the Dr. Williams
Medioine Company, Schenectady, N. Y.
Strnheu Bates. sherifl and chlef of
policeof this clty, died suddcnly Sunday
evening from heart disease whllo milking
a cow in the barn of F. I. Fish. For
over a ycar Mr. Bates had been subject
to the diseaso which caused his death
nnd Sutiduy comnlained of feeling 111
but persinled in taktng care of his work
as usual. Stephen Bates wap born of free
parents in Shlrley, Charlea City county,
Virginia, in 1842. During the Civil War
ho waa in tiie service of ollicers at Horri
son's Landing and aftcrward went to
Washington. There he entered the ser
vice of Col. Frederick E. Woodbridge of
Vergennes, member of Congress from
this district, returned with him to this
city ln 186C and remamed with him until
Mr. Woodbridge's death. After his re
tirement from Congress, Col. Wood
bridge was elected mavor and the aame
year Bates was elected city Bheriff and
chief of police. Ilia standing in the
community was such that he was able to
lurniali tho bond or $1U,UUU then reimired
from the Bheriff. These ofllces ho held
for 20 consecutive years. In 1005 Bates
was defeated but in 1907 wasunanimous
ly re-elected. The funeral ww lagely at
tended tnday.
Mr. and Mrs. Dustin Barrows visited
Mr. and Mrs. llenry Morrison of Burling
ton this week.
Henrv Sanders left vesterdav for Aus-
nblo Forks. N. Y., for u week's visit to
his aunt, Mis. David Kennedy.'
Frederick D. Purcholl, who was calied
here to attend the funeral of his wife.
has been passing a few days with his
parents, Mr. aud Mra. C. D. Purchell.
OIL ::::::
At DruKKlitn, 23 opnU, or mnltwL
Humphreri' Bedlolno Co.f Cor. WllUant andJau
StresU, New Tork.
Vital Weakno68 and Prostra-
tion from overwork and other
rrer Afi vnnwi tho nnlv esiirrAi
1 11 1 IJULtVUUU 1VJI aCL lULia L.U3C. T
rxjiu UT-AJruKKiatHturscuiiLjrceiiuuurcvuiybua uo.
Humprtres' Med. Co. Wllliim & John St$ K. Yt
Those Dellclous Lemon Ples.
The kind that "makc your mouth wa
ter" are easlly made with no fussing and
at least possible expense if you use
"OUR-PIE" Preparation. Don't Uesi
tate. Try it and tell your friends. At
grocers, 10 cents. Everybody is pleased
with "OUT-PIE."
In Muslin. Silk and Lace all
prices. Also Silk Suits at bargain
A fine linc of white
will also be found at
Of fourteen samples of milk furnished
by milkiuen of IBrattieboro, four were
up to the required stnndard of richneaa
and cleanliness combined. Three out of
the ten saniples which did not pasa were
declared deficient in solids as well us
beinc dirty, aud the other seven of tho
rejected ten were dirty.
Meetings will be held in Grange hall
Brattleboro, through June, July, and
iVugust by two Mormon eldera. At
their iirst nieetmg, heldThursday mght.
the audience consisted of one man and
four women.
It is expected that Mr. and Mra. F. C.
Partridge, who were married a month
ago, will reacli their home m Proctor
some time this week after passing some
time at Atlantic City, Lake Mohonk and
other resorta.
Scott Welch, of Northfield, whose wife
has now practically recovered from
smallpox. has becomo ill of the disease,
and la tmtierinir a rather severe attack
The oondition of Mra. Charies Milne, who
l :il .. e ii. .1, i . . .
utaiuo in ui iue uisease ibsc weeic, is
much bettsrr
Among a lons: list of scholarshin
wards and prizes of Yale Unlversitv,
New llaven, Conn., was tho flrat Win
tliron prize for the most thorouch ac
quaintance wlth ureek and Latln poets
to Henry II. Jackson. of Barre. Jackson
also won the linsted scholarahip.
In recogniition of the work Prof,
J. W. Uurgeas has dono and is doinc
in Germany and in appreciation of hia
scholarly attainments. Emperor William
haa decorated him with the Order of the
hite Crown. Profeasor and Mrs. Bnr
gess expect to bo at their summer home
i in Montpelier durlng September,
Mr. Dudley of 'The Bissell' in Shoie-,
ham was at H. E. Taylor's on Tuesda.
Our aick remain about the aame at
this writjng.
Miss Beulah fil. bantord waa up from
Everett, Mass., where she is teaching,
early in the week. to see her grandmoth-
er, Mrs. rj. antoro, wno ia seriousiy
Ca'rda of invitation have been received
to the wedding of our esteemed towns
man, Eugene Blngham, to Miss Editli
Suell of Baltimore, Md., to take place
June 18 in that city. The beat wishea of
his many friends are with him and his
chosen bride for their future.
Mr. and Mra. Eugene Twitchell of Mid
dlebury took dinner with Mr. and Mrs.
M. E. Twitchell on Sunday last.
Ira M. Taylor, wife and daughter Nor
ma of Middlebury were guests at H. E.
Taylor's Sunday.
Mra. A. L. Atwood attended cliurch
aervices at West Salisbury on Sunday
The driving horse of Carl Morse is very
ick at this writing.
Mrs. Henry Rilev has a aister and four
children from New York State visiting
at her home for several weeks.
Henrv Farr of Braintree is with his
aon Everill, for uwhile to ussist in farm
work, the latter beingin poor health.
Mr. and Mrs. Janiea Freeland apent
Sunday with their daughter, Mrs. Olive
Several men from this place were cali
ed to Middlebury to attend county caurt
last week.
Mrs. E. C. Wilson is in Braintree visit
ing her parents, Joseph Ellis and wife.
Melvin Waterman was in town aun-
Seth McAIvy. who has been absent
through tho wmter, has returned to
place and is stopping for the season with
his uncle, George Beaman.
A. B. Brown of Bethel was the guest
of E. A. Stimson a day last wdk.
There was a family reunion at the
home of C. R. Bagley and wife the flrst
of the week, their three children all be-
lng present with their little ones eight in
number; Mrs. W. N. Arches Randolph
and Mrs. Wales Bagley of this place,
making fourleen at the gatheringand re
port a jolly time witli everything in
appUVpie order.
Cliflord E. Bliss of Calais and Misa M.
Lou Whitney of Granville were united
in marriage tho fifth inst. in Northfield
at the home of the bride's uncle, W. .
Carpenter. Rev. E. W. Sharp performed
the ceremony. uniy tnn immediate
friends were present; the couple are on a
brief wedding trip, after which they will
make their home in Calais.
The Best
Tho itnportanco of knowing just what to
do when ono has kiduey disease or urinary
troubles. is best answered by tho followiug
letter which wus recently published in tho
l'oughkeepsie, IS. x., INews-rresa:
juillehton, uuicuess i;o., . 1.
"Dr. David Keun.dv. Dear Sir: For
moro than oighteen niontha I was so bndly
aftlictod with kiduey troublo I could scarcely
walk a quarter of a mile without alraost f uiut-
X r T .11.1 A I . .....11 T 1. .A ,,a
Dr. David Keunody's Favorito Itemedy.
After using the flrst bottlo I noticed a do-
cided improveinent vrlucu continueu, aud i
Know tnat
eaved my life. for I was in a iniserablo con
dition up to tho time I began to take it
my friends thounht Ineverwould bo better.
My sister also has been very sick with
bladder troublo for over a year, so bad that
quantities of blood would como frotu hor.
She Buffered at tiinos most frichtful nain.
and nothlns seemed to help her until she
began the use of Dr. David Kenuedy's Fa
vorite Itemedy. Sho is now usiug her ihird
bottlo, and ls Uko a dlllereut person.
Write Dr. David Kenuedy's Sons. Hondout. N. Y.,
for free samplo bottl. Larce bottlesll. Alldruglt
Free sample bottles at the drug atore of
Mulford R. Burt.
Fertilizer for Sooding
Farmers who are looking for a first-
class fertilizer for seeding down in the
Summer or Fall will flnd it in the fol-
lowing formula. This formula was de
vised by the Director of the Vermont
Experiment Station at Burlington and
published in Bulletin No. 110 of the
station. The amounta named are for
one acre ;
Raw Ground Bone, 800 to 400 lbs.
Acid Phosphate, 100 to 150 lbs.
Wood Ashea. 800 to 400 lbs.
Muriate of Potash, 50 to 70 lbs.
The ingredients of this mixture are all
recognized as valuable fertilizing agenta
but with the exception of Aahea they
heretofore have been difficult to obtain
in the markets of Vermont. This condi
tion is now changed and all the niateri-
als of the formula except the ashes.
which the farmer can usually furmsh
himself can be purchased of Carroll S.
Pace. Hyde Park, Vt.. who will be
pleased to make quotations on applica
The Muriate of Potash and Acid Phoa
phate he stlla are tbe purest that can be
uought and his Raw Ground bone is
ttuaranteed to be absolutely uure and
the best the market affords. The Bone
which he offers ia siniply the finer par
ticles that are sifted out of the coarser
Granulated Bone that goes into the
manufacture of hia Page's Perfected
Poultry Food. It ahould not be con
founded with the Bone ordinarilyoffered
by the trade as that has usually been
steamed or treated with acids. It will
be usually found that practically all the
nitrogenous elements have been removeu
to make glue, thus taking away the
most valuable part of the bone. If you
are interested in the matter of Summer
or Fall seeding or of Fertilizers for any
purpose, wntn him for information and
prices, mentioning thia paper. 22tf
Mrs. Charies L. Parrish is ill.
Mr. Goodroe and lady were in Crown
Point Saturdny.
C. L. Parrish waa in Crown Point
Henry Garvev who has been ill witli
pneumonia, is on the gain.
Erwin Piper of Middlebury was
town on business Friday.
Uharles Bowers of Crown Point was in
town puttiug up farm machinery Satur-
zra W. Whitford aud wife of Addi
aon nassed throueh town en route for
Crown Point, where they were guests
of their son, Herbert Whitford, last Sunday.
Mrs. Henry Garvev, formerly Misa
Susan McDonald, is lying dangerously ill
at her home with consumption and can
not survivebut ashoit time.
Weddintr bells have becun to ring.
We shall expect to learn more in the future.
John Murdock of Crown Point deliv-
ered five fine cows with calvea by their
f-ide in town for Erwin Piper of Middle
bury to be shipped to Boston market
Monday June 10.
Mrs. John Perkins of Norton town
died at her home Mondai, June 3rd,
Mrs. Perkins formerly resided at Crown
Point where she is well known.
Carl Wolcott and wife recently were
the guests of his brother, Merrill T. Wol
cott and wife.
Typhoid fever has visited the home of
Albert C. Preble, several persons are ill
with aame disease at that place.
Calf buyers paid C cents for veal calves
Mondav for shipment to Albany and New
York city markets.
. .
aurrms. en
Whjch I take pleasure in
showing ,to any one in need of
aiicli, and if I cnnnot make as
low a price as any one witli the
bame quality of goods then I
shall not expect to make a sale.
I also have Concord Buggies and
Work Wagons (my own make;.
Xliey Xell Their Own Stor
When You See Them.
nnwsiiMPTiriH wnr unocicc
A i.il."! book on thls sublect has rnwnt
v.a nswbiniiuu ni 1.U9 &11KUJU9, lUllIOrni
iniH hl'Ok' lAil nOmn PPrv lnt.rMt,niy an
.vo, ii may oe naa on rsquest.
Mrs. J. C. Swinineton visited her son
and wife in Ticonderoga last week.
Mrs. Judson Severy apent Monday in
J. L. Barker came up from New York
Friday aud apent Saturday and Sunday
with hia parents, .Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Barker.
Mrs. Elliott Ilack of Brandon spent
Sunday with her friend, Mrs. Judson
Mra O. A Bricsrs and Mrs. J. G. Bar
ker wereat Lake Dunmore Monday, June
10. There wa pienty Doats and water,
but no one enjoying either. The seaaon
is somewhat backward.
Tho remains of E. D. Seldon.who died at
his home in Saratoga June 7, were
brought here Monday and taken to the
Congregalional cliurch, where the funer
The Carriago Doaler.
It quickly and permanently curea Ec
7Pmn Itohincr Mtloa Mllrna ITiifa Knn
nilrn nnn nll ukm fliQAnaoa nffor nll nfVia
remedies fail. At Druccists. 50c. Sam-
ple by mail. 10c. Cur-X-Zema Co.
W aterviiet, N. , 22
in i fflHIW Wtmi
uraw i.y. mev iium i.ar. inoy n
Thev clear well ln loose soil. Tliev we
well. Not tho cheapest but tbo bost. Ma.
l'iowu (or salo by Jolin 11. Stewart. Mlddl
bury; J Spauming, uriaport.
Rheumatic Acid Polsonlng. To
Free and Correct the Blood a
Uric-O Treatment is Advised.
There is greit danger in those sharp, shoot
ing pains through the chest around the region
of the heart. It means that poisonous uric
and rheumatic acid are there ready to spring
and grip tightly the muscles controlling the I
heart's action. Don't neglect those warntngs,
they are the danger signals Nature flashes to j
you (or help. You niust neutralize and drive
these dangerous poisons from the system, or
sooner or later they will overcome you.
The only true way to cure Rheumatism is to
get at it from the inside with Uiic-O. It acts
with marvelous swiftncss upon the muscles,
kidneys and blood. Clears out the sand-like
deposits in the muscles, forces the kidneys to
perform those duties for which they were
designed and neutralizes the acid within the
Your physician will admit that this is the
only way to cure rheumatism permanently, and
m m m m mm a m m m
e m
I -will be nt the
t. mi t- . . t- r r..n i V"V i
aiwasiiem. ine iiev. r. L,.uuar" ' should know that Uric-O is the one reraedy
cemetery. The bearers were F. II. Far-
rington, u. J)l. w inaiow, w. tl. ueanur.,
and Dr. W. H. Wright.
The annual convention of Woman's
Auxiliary of Rutland district was held ln
St. Thomas's churcli Tuesday and Wed-
Horace Manley and dauchter of Ben
son have been visiting relatives in town
the paBt tew days.
Mr. and Mra. Harry Shayes and fami
ly left town Monday for Worcester, i
Mfs. George W. Crockett and children
left Tuesday for a visit in Boston, Mass.
narry Sumner has returned to hia
work in Springfleld,
Frank Morin is conflned to his home
wlth an attack of heart troublo.
The flfty.fourth pemi-annual camp
mceting at Siiver Lake will commence
today and will last 10 dnys.
that will do it successfully and permanently.
Uric-0 is a liquid taken internally, j times
daily and does not contain a drop of alcohol,
opium or other dangerous poisons. It is good
for rheumatism in any form. Sciatica, mus
cular, inflammatory and articular rheumati.m
all yield readily to Uric-O. The store of M.
R. Burt is the home of Uric-O in Middlebury,
and if you call on him, he can tell you of
many wonderful cures that Uric-O has made
right here m your own home town.
It sells for 75c and $1 the bottle or you
Mass., where they expect to reside in the can obtain a triai bottie ,tee by writitl t0 the
Smitn urug co., ayracuse, i. v,
"Uric-O is sold and recommended in
dlebury by M. R. Uurt."
The Vermont law compelling corpora
tions to nav their employees weekly went
Into effect June 1. Letcredit begiven to
the Vermont branch of the American
Federation of Labor. From the Bellows
Falls Titues,
lHc. heavy reo Draas iuc, neavy yeuc
1 1 o- t 1.1. . t - r7: o T 1 n .
old blocU tin pipe 30c, good pewter 150,
aluminum 6c, tin foil 17c;bicycleoutside
tires 4oj delivered at my placo.

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