TfiJS MIDDLEBURY REGISTER.
FEBRUARY M, i13.
should have rich, red blood
and sturdy, healthy bodies to
withstand cold rains, changing
seasons and winter storms.
If your child is wcary when
rising lacks cnergy and am
bition has no appctitc or
possibly sallow skin ora pinched
face it is for want of vital body
nourishmcnt; this growing
period demands spccial, con
centratcd, easily digested food
for body-development mental
strain physical changes.
Scott's Emulsion is the
greatcst body-builder known it
is nature's wholesome strength
maker without alcohol or
Stimulant makes rosy cheeki,
active blood, tturdy frames and
Dat you must have SCOTTS.
SCOTT & Bowne, Bloomfield, N. J. 12-62
, tary of Stato, tho Socrctary of War, '
'the Comptrollcr, Regi9ter, etc, and
many other ladics and gentlemen of
rospcctability." This fair was mainly
devotod to domcstic animals and manu-,
I Tlie oldest cxisting agricultural
society that holds fairs is tho Berkshire
1 Agricultural Society, Pittsfield, Mass.,
which held its first fair in the autumn
of 1810, or only ono and one-half year
after the first fair of tho Columbia
' Agricultural society. Burlington Ncws.
J. W. DARKOW, Clnlham, N. Y.,
Edilor nf the AVto Ynrlt Slalc Ornngc
A Coming Attractlon.
Storv nlays those which have been
adapted from sonio ponular novel have
j been among the most intoresting pro-
ductions the stagc has !iad. Among
1 the mo9t successful producors of book
plays in America today is A. G. Dela
jmater, whose "Quo Vadis" and
"Beverly of Graustark," are well
' remembered by hundreds of thousands
' of theatre-goers. Both wcre most
interesting plays and clean ones.
I Delamater will have nothing to do with
, any other kind of production; above all
I the play must be clean and respectable,
' so theatre-goers within the confines of
I the United States and Canada will be
pleased to know that ho has arranged
! to produce Gene Stratton-Porter's de-
lightful nature play "Freckles", which
will be seen at the Middlebury Opera
I house next Monday evening, February
17th. When it is considered "Freckles"
was a leader of all the best sellers
Any splits or cracks, howcvor small,
below the fire lino in the stove, are
dangerous. Ashes ahvays should be put
out in a metal vessel neverin a woodcn
receptacle of any kind
VERMONT STATE GRANGE.
Willis N. Cady Choscn Worthy Master
to Succeetl C. F. Smith.
Wlllln N. Cady of Middlebury. Vt a
well known and lo.idliig l'aniier ot Ad
dison county. was elocted worthy mas
ter at tho foi'ty-ilrst aiinual meotlng of
tho Vermont Stato grange. licld In lttit
Inud. Mr. Cady succeeds C. V, Knilth
Df Morrisville, nnd. judglng from hls
ndmirublo rocrn-d as nveiseor of tlio
stnte body diirlng tlio last soveral
yoars, there Is a prosporoun futuro for
grnngcrs ln Vermont. Mr. Cady was
born in 1S00 und has nearly always
been a farmor. wltli markcd sueeoss.
He has tho conlidenco and esteeni of
hls many associates andrfrietids.
A class of :!!! candldates recelved
tho slxth dcKroo during tho grnngo es-
slon, nn unusually large uuinber. A
1-esolutlon was adopted to opposo lcg-
l slatlon tending to establlsli a flat rato
j upon lntanglbles of llvo-tenths and
j Kovcn-tenths of 1 pcr cent. ns provided
I for by a blll now boforo the lcglsla
, ture. Another resolution provldos
that surplus nioney of tho stato grange
bo let out to suboidinate granges at a
rato not to excced fi per cent for the
purchaso of buildlngs or for tho pay
inent of Indebtedne.ss ln bnllding
BURLINGTON SAYINGS BANK
Total Assets, $15,093,216.95
ALL TAXES PAID
BY THE BANK
mere nuvu ueen uvei u uiiniuii icoucia , , ,
, . . , ... 1 ui 1 grange halls. Thls was reforrcd to a
of the first story of this remarkable ( ' , ,M
woman who has lived all hcr hfe in tho
Limberlost swamp country of Indiana,
l it will bo understood that to secure the
playing rights was no small oroblem.
, It was Delamater's record for clean
, plays and his reputation in producing
in tlie most compieto anu exnausuve
Money depositcd on or before Maroh 5th will draw interest from March
lst. Business can be tramactou by inuil us well as in person.
Write for Further Information
C. P. SMITH, Pteeident.
I1ENRY GltEENE, Vice-Pnsidtiit, F. W. WARD, Treasurer,
F. W. PERHY, 2nd Vice-Presidcnt, E. 8. ISUAM, ABsiBtent Treas.
JJR. n. W. BABIN,
(Iruauato Arnerican Kchool of Osteoputh?
AdiHson HniiBU cyorv Frliiay.
LBKUT W. DICKENS,
ATTOHMEY AT LAW,
No. 30 llnttoll Illuck, Mlddluuury, Vi.
CollcRtlous ii Speolnlty. Heal Katftti) Ilnnil'R.
Qijllrtclor ol olnl'ns CinrKes roRsonr.bU.
YJ K. MOOBE,
Middlebury, ... Vermont.
No )ob too lnrgo or small to recelTO prompt
aUentlon. Tolephono connectlon, or makn
dato wltli HcKiater Offlce.
Knvoi- tln-nw mih hot nshos whilo the manner. everything he undertook, that
wind is blowing hnrd, for you may sct ' securrd for him thesc rights over many
" , ,. 1 competitors, among them the most
fire to some bullding. pi.ominent in America.
Stoveiipe joints should be riveted to-1 g0 those who bavo read tho story will
gether to prevent thcir slipping apart have the opportunity of seeing tho
and allowing sparks to lly out, says a play; the characters which have been
" , ., . I put in tho mind's eye, can now be seen
Ashes taken directly from the stovo
and thrown out at evening are apt to
contain sparks that may be earried by
the wind to somo building before morn
ing. Soot that collects in the chimney
often catches fire and sparks sottling
on the housc roof set it on fire. Clean
out tho chimney occasionally.
Never set a lantorn down around the
barn, as there are too many chances
of its being knocked ovcr and setting a
fire. Ahvays have pegs or hooks to
hang tho lanternon in places where it is
After you havi- uf il a match throw
the burmd stub into the swill pnil,
stove or where it will be destioyed or
extinguih d immeuiiatey. K uscd out
of door.s plaei yur foot on it to tnake
sure it gne.'i out.
Where the stovvpipe enters tho
chimnev is aconnection that willrequire
too far the draft will bo jioor; if it pulls
out it is apt to set tho house afire. A
wire wrapper around the elbow and
fastened firmly to the wall on each side
of where it enters the chimney, will
hold itin place.
! 111 the living, breathing sense. adv.
The pas-t few days havo been veiy
Mrn ElniHr I. Wriuht i spendinu
hfttne tlme with (ieorne S WriKht in St.
Chailes S. J tiniM and Elmer L Wright
werc in Vi'rgenni's Ttienlay.
Ki'v. G II. MAilev and Mrn. Pailev are
piitira'ly ill at th'1 p-nt-onnije. Tlieir
dHiDjhtfr. Mrs. lliiwk ol Cnnwai .
Mass,, U lii'lpiim to e.ne for them.
Mi-k )'U Iimdrnil b:i letuineil bnnie
nf it Hieivlnii! a liiimih'rt vaeatiiin in
Sju in: M ld
Mm Prt'nl lii 111 iJ vi'.iiinir hor
d uii'htfr. Mm. .I iry S ur-, in Monh
l' 1 r il in rjzli
Mi-- iJi-il 1 H'ird-nii ill witli 1011-iliti".
Ohio State Grangc Meeting.
The Ohlo stato Ki'anre met at Salem.
O. It was ono of the most enthuslas
tlc and wvll attended state nieetiliKs
that wore ever beld by tliis oi'fianiza
tlon. About 1.000 deloKates were le'is
terod. und to this ntlinlier was added
qulto a niunher of visitors. The most
encourauinK pait of the wholo meet- ,
ItifT were llie roports of the vnrious '
eommlttees and espeelally those re- J
fiardlin; tne fjrowth of tho Order '
thioiiKhoiit tho ltuckeyo State. No oth
or stato ln the Unlnn has within the
last year ornanied as many new
Kranses as Ohio. Tho numher is fifty
four new oaes, with quito a nuinlier re
orsanlzed. Tho menihership of the
jiraiiKo as recovdcd by tho llfiiues of
tho seeretary 011 Sept. U0 was 42,175.
This flmire Is more tluin double the
nuniber of ten yoatN wzo. In the last
four yoars 111010 than 10,000 have been
added to the roll of membership, and
duiiiiK the last year "...""(i meinlier.s
woro taken In. The total number of
orKanizations throuy;hout the state at
present is ."iSO. Worthy Master I.ay
lin's openiim was a elear and foiu'lse
resume of the work in all of its vnrl
ous rainillcations durini the pnst year.
CHITTENDEN GQUNTY TRUST GO
114 Cluirch Streefc, Burlington, Vt.
Under the direct manngenient of the following well known bueiness
nien of Vermont.
E. J. BOOTII, Mgr., Burlington Iiranch J. B. Booth Lum
ber Co ,
JOI1N J. FLYNN. Capitali'-t,
A. O. I1UMPIIREY, Capitahht.
E P. WOODBURY, Mgr , The Van Ness Hotel,
J. . PATHlnK. The G. . Blodgell Company,
R. A. ( OOKE, Tlie Queen City C'otlon Cotnpiinv,
K. F. GEIMI ARDT, Jr., W. Sward Webb'a Sbelhurn Fnrms,
J II. MACOMBER, Judijc of Prolmte.
Reppeetfiilly Sulicits Your IiHiiking Muninet-s
E J BOOTH Presiddil. JNO. K. FLYNN. Vicc-I'reHidei.t
K D. W OUIT1EN, Tn'iiMiier. 1IAKRIE V. 11ALL, At."t Tieas.
NATIONAL BANK OF MIDDLEBURY
Estalilislicd in 1833
ILSLEY, PreBident. C. E. PINNEY, Casbier.
SURPLUS S100 000
Accomodations Granted Consistent with Good Bankipg.
Ustate of AuiiBtiiic Mullcr
Onlor of Xntlce I'rnornr WII1.
Bo It rcmemljered. that at u sesslon of thn rro-
bate court, holdcn at Middlebury, within and for
tho District of Addison, on the 27th day of Jan
' uary, A. D. 1913.
I I'rcsent: Chnrlcs I. Button, JudKe.
Whcrtas, a ccrtain instrumont of wrltlnir, un-
1 der scal. i.urportinK to be the last will and testn
ment of Aucustine Muller, lato of Cornwall, ln
taid DlFtrict. deceased, having been this day
prejtnted to said court for probate, and duly filal
, in tho KeKister's olllcc: Therefore, It U ordercd,
that all nennnq interesteil in theentate of eaid de
ceased be notified fo anpear before said court at
I the I'robate ollice in Middlebury. In sald district.
on tho 17th day of February, A. D. 1913, at
teno'clock. a. m., by pubiication of thls order,
' thrco uecks succcssively provious thereto. In the
Middlebury ItoKister. a newepaper printed at Mid
dlebury, to show caupe, if anythey may have, why
saitl instrument in writinK should not be proveil
and allowui. at the last will and testament of the
! A true rccorH.
' Charles I. Hutton, Judee of Probate.
IJstatc ol" Mary W. ITIcatl
Tho undersiKned, havinir been appointed by tho
Honorable I'robate Court for thc district of Ad
dison, commissioners, to receive. examine, and ad
just the cluims nnd ilcmands of all ersonsaunlntt
the estntc of Mary W. Mead, late of Middle
bury, in said dinnct.decean'd.andallclaimsexhi
bitrd in olTtrt thereto, herehy Kivc notice that wc
will niect for the purpose aforcsaid, at the resi
dence of A. V. I'oote In the townof Cornwall in
said district, on the 19th day of February nnd 2cl
ilay of Jul, next, from 2 o'clock p. m., until 4 p.
, m., on eacli of said days and that six months from
the 8th day of January. A. D. Itl3, is the timc
limited by said court for said creditors to present
theirclaims (ous forcxamination and ailonancc.
I Dated at Middlebury. Vt., this 20th day of Jan
uary, A. D. 1913.
I Geo. D. Payne. ( n , ,
Abram W. Foot, I Commissioners
Carl A. Mcad, Administrator. 5
Safe Ucposit Uoxcs to Keut
l)r. Kiiijj'H Tc Iieovory
SiioiIihh initatHil tlnotl tml bniiiw
lf the pipe slips in jstop- cbnmio nnd hackin cimh
Hmvi liekling tlnoat, tiisti'H
no other: nnci' Uacil. iiIwh'
It at JoilN L. M.Amnt'S
Tho United States rejoices in no less
than 2,700 fairs and exhibitions devoted
to agriculturc, live stock and related
subjects. Of theso 229 aro in New
England. So says a bulletin of the
National Department of Agriculturc.
In the classification by areas con
tributing to the oxhibits, it appears
that 839 are county fairs, 4GG are
intercounty fairs, 2o0 cover less
than county area, 200 are interstato
fairs, 153 aro state fairs, 120 aro nation
al. 102 are international and for 590 no
information was roceived with regard
to area covered.
Classification with regard to the
kind of exhibit shows tho following
results: General agriculture, 1,017;
poultry, 085; poultry and pet stock, i
Sf; horses, 81; horticultuio, 80; dogs,
74; live stock, 22; poultry, pigeons, nnd i
pet stock, 21; poultry and pigeons, 19;
Iloriculturc, K!; dairy products, 7; corn, '
4; apiculture, 1. j
Amerira's iirst fair was held in Oc- j
tober lhl)4, in Washington. The city 1
governmi'nt appropriated $50 toward a
fund for premiums and re.sidonts sub
sciiliid nn equal sum. This amount
was uwardcd "to the bcst lamb, sheep,
steer, r ili-h cow, jack, oxen, nnd horse '
' sild. " Tho thml fair vbb held
i r. lSl5, al'ti i- which these
A whole lot more lliouu'ht. as well
as more eonscience. unht to be put
into iiractico in the malter of glvliiK
recommendatioii and testiniouials or
one kind nnd anoiher It ;eenis a fair
statement that the averae testimonlal
Is mlsleadln. if not po-dtively untruth
ful. It is trne that many a person htin
made fiood on the ostimnte of some
Vriend touclilng thelr ablllty of future
aehievoinent. Of course an Indore
ment of thls kind Is simply an eXiies
siou of faith rather than a stsitemet.t
of nchievouiont and is in a class by It
self. The iisual I'cfoiumeiidation 1
vitlated often for the reason that It
eonveys a wrong lnipresion, not only
liy stretchiiiK the trutb ln taets set
forth. but also by leaviiiK tliiugs uu
said knnwlede of whleh would eou
voy a trne Idea. I.astly, It is well to
reinember that in the giviiiK of a ree
ommendation the reputation of the glv
er is involved just as vltally as that ot
No One in Middlebury Who Has a
Bad Back Should Ie on- This
nd ti.i 1
. t t II I'l
I 11 i
D " niir lnck Hvr aeli, V
Hii' iii t-u-ifcl'il yom Uiii ii--
H ckruli ' I- M.lnrUima kub'i ;i . 1 1
II ill, 1 illll" (1.Z M i
-. iii.-li' iiri 'l iinll
New Jersey State Grancjc.
At the aiinual ineetinu' "I ibe New
.lersev state Kraii'.'c, h !d nt Atlantie
('ity. Stiile Senatoi- tieore V. F.
(i.Mlint was re-elecled ina.Nter. Itcsolu
tions were adopted tw'it all the raii(,'es
of the state uuite in an elTort to lirlng
about the btillillug. with an appnipi'ia
tion from the state. of an Intraeostal
eanal across Cape -'ay eounty. Tho
projeet U for a eanal 100 foet wldo
and ten foet deep. oxtendiin; from IJlas
croelc. on Delaware bay. liear l'lerce
point. to eonneet witli tho new stato
lnland waterway. Such a waterway
will be of real benelit to the farmor,
as lt will broaden his market.
The grauKers were strong on the
alloged 'dangerous discrimination"
agalnst the rural school. In its report
tho committeo on education gave an
instance ln one agricultural township
where $4,4 IS was allowed by the state ,
for the education of ;!." pupils. wliile
a neighboring hlgh school had $3,-,
421.30 to be expended on thlrty elgbt ,
Maryland State Grange.
Tho fortletli aiinual meeting of the j
Mnryland state grange. held at ltaltl-1
more, was one of the best ln the his
tory of tlie orgaui.ation. Tlie attend
ance was good thi'oughout. The re
nnrfs nf niileiM's and eommittees hhow-
i i ..... ,1. t.. .,,,.iiilvi,,.ol,lt, nnil n I
0(1 kihiii j;hiiii in iiiw-i,,,jw.-.iti, ..
healthy eondition in the state organl
zation. The following resolutions were
adopted: lnstructing tho state leerc
tary to eoiuinunieato with Conu'ress-
in,iii Vei4;s urging suppoit ot blll pro
tecting song birds; favoring'revisinn of
itual; opposlng pool selllug at ayrleul-
tural falrs; favorlng the Page bill;mak
lng the couimltteo on home eeunninies
ono of the standing eommittees; urg
Ing tho governor to appoint a inember
of the state grange on the country Hfe
comni!.ssion; urging sonding one man
nnd one woman as delogatos to tho !ol
loge short eourses; urging state law
providlng for llst? ,)f I'onvlct lai.or to
grind Hme t ell to fanners nt cost
SAFETY IS THE FIRST GOHSIDERATION
Mm iihiiii y liKiiit-i at ner 0 pi i vnt Di pnit vmir
lnoliey in a i-tiMii inutiatl S;iingM It.inlc l'l ct
your v.iliinlili- piiieii in a S.ife Uepo-it Box llny
i'Th otilv ij:t (10 pw year Be xun y ou get into the
Old S,iviigh li.tnk.
WINOOSKI SAVINCS BANK
Organlzeit 44 V'eaif Ago.
Winoo-ki, :: :: :: :: ::
Yes. Sixth donr from the corner in tho
Uiock " All -hctric ci.rs top here.
tr ' ou
DIV1DE YOUR DEPOSITS
iving us a portion, which we will keep safely, nnd pay FOUR PEU
CENT for the privilege. "Don't put all of your eggs in one batket "
HOME SAVINGS BANK,
IJ-tates orilenian ainl Lewis'
H. VilUinsou of Ilridport
' OTATK OK VKHMONT,
kHISTItlCT OF ADII1KON, SS.
The l'rohate Court for the IJistrict of Addison
Tonll per'-onsintf lested in thet'htatt - ol Hemar
nndI.cisH Wilkinton, late of llriilnoi t. in aid
dist.ir', dcei-asrd. tiuEE.lN j.
Il the aulhorityof the state of Vermoni, you
r.r. hrteli rotit'.ed to apcar betorc tlie 1 pro-
i .ii. ruiiri , ai i ne I'ronaie ollice ln IMIM. 1, t
siucl dltiiet. nn tlu- J 1 i' . ftf I i ni
ll'i ', ai 11 ii elm k i-i . - , au-i r ..
lri'. 'l.v tiif .11 c m t a . L 1';" i
ii ini-ti-iuu i f llii .i , - , ' i!,-tM:i.. ,
Tiu' I, alli.weii, irit .i!-.i , ihe reui
iMnu- lintil.t r'ni lf uKttiiii, . .i to tht
enlltln! lh r u..
Dati-il at .Muiiilrbur, .n said distnct, this Al
dav of l ebruar . A. I). 1!IW.
C I'hades I. llutton, Judire of I'robate.
Kstate of Kiiima Clironc of
QTATE OF VKUMONT I
DISTRICT OK ADDISON SS l
Thc Honorable I'robate Court, for the district
af urc&aid :
To all pcrsons interested In thc estate of Emma
Chrone of Goshen in said district, Greeting:
Whereas, application in writinK hath been made
tothis court by the uuardian of Emma Chrone
for liccnse to sell the real estate of sald wartl, vlz:
the home f arm of about fif ty (DO) acres located in.
' Goshen in said district, subject to present mort
BaKe indebtedness rcpresentinc that tho saio
thcreof for thc purpose of puttinK thc proceeds of
such saie at interest, or investlnic the same in.
stocks or other real estate U9ins the avails thcre
of for the beneiit of said ward as the law direct&
and of paylnir raid mornaEt indebtedness and tho
expenses of the Kuardianship sould be bcneficial
for said ward.
Whereupon, the said court appointed and as
siened the L'ltliday of February, 191:!, nt ll'SO
o'clock a. m., at the probate otlicp in Middlebury,
in said district, to hear and dccide upon said ap
plication, and ordercd that public notice therof to
be jrivcn to all pcrsons interested therein, liy pub
llbintr this order thrrr ueeks hucccst.ivrl in the
Middlebury Hetnster a newspaper publihetl at
MiddletiHr . in sani district, which circuiates in
the neiKhborhofid cif thoe peicoris interested
therein; all hich publicatlons shall be previous to
the time appointed ior the heariim.
1 Therefoie ou ure heteby notuietl to apear be
I fore said I'ourt, at llie tinte und plaei u.oresaid,
then and there in -um court, to oliji' to tho
'BranlinK: of such liccnse, if ou ee cau.r
j (liven under my liand at Midd'iiur . in saic
1 district, this 1st da i f Februi.ry, l 'l '
ti Chailes I. lluttiin, Judne ui I'robate.
Ooport of thc eondition of tho
National Bnnk of rVliddlcbury
at Middlebury m
CIOSO Ot bUbllle
tlie S'.i'e uf 'ermont. at thc
l- iiru.ti 1, i'.il3.
J Hl H Ki ! S.
I I.oant nnd Distuum, J".-n
Overdiafi-, secuied iit.d I'ne, iuoil.
II. S. li'MuN to s', llie i ii t u ation, mtO
ltoml. hecuritic, cu. !i. ; v,
j llankiiiK lioi.se, Fuiniuire, atul Fixture-, . l !
Othei IU-ul Kstaie onti' i, . i i,l
' I"ue flotn apiioil K.'b'i Aents, 1 42
Cliecks aiui iuhi'i Ca-ii I'lms
Fractional Fapei Cunt.i, Nn !s,
I and t nts i 9t
Specie, 1,". ) ini
Ijral-ten.t,.r not, .-. " - IHI .J, 1 .7 i '
, Itedeirpuon iund w it ii !' li..--
uier 16 per cent t . nnl ii I .' . 0
1 . .1
t n-y oi
i, . ,
ii. i u a- :i
st i a
. - l,i
,1 C.i!)i i til e e
! Ul .1 '
We havea l.urff stock of thi bist l nr. , lotai.
I ber to use r
' 1 oor Fu'i'
. ' lns .1,
.,r n ,n 1 i t nie, w as lu Id at 1 he
Agi i.'ultura, bociety, which
was oiganized in 1801) by a number of
genthiucn interested in agriculture, re
siding in Maryland, Virginia and thu
District of Columbia. Its first exhibi
tion was held in Georgetown, May 10,
. Ill) 'I'
. ll Iv llll
I- iii b ul -
,,i in ,i uuii.iliilitlv. t
i'l i lii" r.l
h - I
in iii) hiKiliiiid wiim Kubjiet '' il .zv
( Hh Iii the lUMi'iiiiig wi.i-ii I liisi not
iii, luHKbo tired Ihiit I eiiiilil hiirdlN I
di .g ni)t.elf about U hiii s Knlmy I'UU i
ciiin ett-d all thu dilllcullu t m.d al'ti'i'
l.iking tlii'in I enjuyed intn h b. tter i
1K09. and the Nationnl Intolliirencer of . bt nltli "
thnt day reported that it was "attended j " ,en,',"l-r
, J ' .. . I'o-,ter-Milburn Co., Butralo, Now Yoik,
by a numerous assemblage of members qW UKl)tH (jr UlH Unitt,(, s.tlllea
of the society, among whom we noticed j Hemember tho naniu Uoan's nnd
the President and his lady, tho Secre- lake no other. udv.
lilt- li'isiii -ts tb ti 1" 'u.iii'N
of tlie t.ill . U4 I'l.lfcSI, We Min.lili li'.p.
foi a nfiini iilmm tlni- liiif in th,. ne'i
nationnl nclmlnlstrjtinn i
Wo belleve tliat the titcretui y of nurl-1
oulture ahould be iiraclifiil l'nrnn r, one
who knuwa liy if.il expi t Iiiho tlie b -mniulu
of farm Ufo nntl wtniho symii.ithlos
with tlie farnier ure unriuentloneil nnd
whoso nblllty as an cxc ullvo Iiiin bem
proveil. In our Jndement tlie Heionttflr
cnil of th department should devolvc
upon a (leiity secrctury, preferably ono
of tho nbli inen connecteil wltli our varl
ous state ui?rlcultiiral colleccs.
. K.l 1.
AVo sell Slinwmut Jtubbersi
H. R. LARZAROW1TZ
Middlebmy Supply Storr
VlP Tlli: 11 VMOM) llliAMI.
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TuUa no other. Iluy nf your
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SOLD BY DRUGGISTS VERMVIICRC
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c to its Youturul Coiorrl
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