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THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY REFORMER, MONDAY, MARCH 3,
1913. LOCAL NEWS NOTES. ESTEY PLAYER PIANO A SELF EDUCATOR One unskilled can familiarize himself with the world's best musical compositions and play them with perfect technique on an Estey Player Piano. Many of the leading universities use it in connection with their musical courses. The Estey Player mechan ism leads an otners as to mecnanicai prac tice. control of the liberal terms. Expression" is operator. under the Complete, absolute $595 up. ESTEY ORGAN CO, Sales Department Brattleboro JL SUTiHIEitlLAWB & CO. MOW GOING O Ladies' Odd Coats, values up to $15.00. Anniversary Sale Price $5.00 Ladies Fine Coats, values up to $25.00. Anniversary Sale Price $9.00 Ladies' Odd Suits, values up to $30.00. Anniversary Sale Price $5.00 Ladies Fine Suits, values up to $25.00. Anniversary Sale Price $9.00 Special Lot of Ladies' Dresses, in tan, brown and blue, values up to $8.50. Anniversary Sale Price $4.98 A lot of Gowns, value 50c. Anniversary Sale Price 39c Gowns and Combinations, value 98c, Anniversary Sale Price 59c $1.00 Corsets. Anniversary Sale Price 48c A lot of Odd Waists, in lingerie and colored, values up to 98c. Anniversary Sale Price 25c A lot of Stamped Pillow Tops, values 50c. Anniversary Sale Price 25c Fine Messaline Silk Petticoats, values $3.98. Anniversary Sale Price $2.98 A lot of Fine Embroidered Linen Collars, value 25c. Anniversary Sale Price 12c AH remaining Children's Coats and Dresses at a Dis count of One-Third from regular prices, to close. ouse Coffee FOR SALE BY ALL GROCERS DeWITT grocery company Wholesale Distributors Watch the Developments IN THIS SPACE We Increase Eye Efficiency POWER, being. as well as contributing to your thereby adding to your EARNING happiness and well H. F. Jordan JORDAN & SON Exclusive Optometrists and Opticians A. B. Jordan 1 ELLIOT STREET TAX EXEMPT All deposits in The Brattleboro Trust Company for whatever amount, are free from taxation. Your account is solicited. interest paid on Savings Deposits at rate of 4 per cent. After Voting go to The For a New England Boiled Dinner Manley Brothers unloaded a new two- ton Federal motor truck Saturday and the veiucie is now on exhibition at the new garage on High street. The parcel post business at the local office is steadily increasing, the incoming mail of this class showing slightly more of an increase than the outgoing mail. Mr. and Mrs. George M. Thomas have sold their store in Guilford Center to El mer Goodnow of that town. Possession will be given April 1st, and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas will return to their home at 23 Wastington street. The West River train due to leave for South Londonderry and way stations at 0.20 o'clock this morning did not eet started until an hour later. There was nothing unusual the matter. The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ilescock of 70 South Main street died Fri day afternoon. The burial took place Sat urday. The Manning house owned at present by the Central Vermont railroad com pany, which has been run as a boarding house by Mrs. L. Rich, is to be vacated at an early date. The windows of the American express? office on High street have been replaced with larger ones to correspond with others ! in the block and workmen are engaged to day in changing the window in the Fostal telegraph office. The approval of the very great majority of people who attend dances will be given to Marion and Spaulding and Spaulding Brothers in their announcement that all the exaggerated dances, like the Boston, bunny hug and turkey trot will hereafter be eliminated from their programs. E. II. White of Springfield. Mass., through his attorney, William R. Daley, has entered suit in county court against Ellen L. Ware Smith and James Smith, both of Wardsboro. to recover on a prom issory note of $r00 signed by both. The note was a six months prnnissory paper daled Dec. 2. 1010, and was endorsed by B. W. Beers to the plaintiff three days later. Property of the defendants has been attached. Electing Engineer W. II. Reynolds and a number of the men of his crew who have been at work on the Boston & Maine rail road bridge across the Connecticut river have gone to Paris, Me., to rush the work on a big bridge there before the spring high water conies. A gang of riveters, are still at work on the local bridge and will be for two weeks or more and Mr. Rey nolds will come back here before perma nently making his departure. J. J. O'Neill, who was so seriously in jured about the head in an accident at Hinsdale last Monday, who was unconscious at the Memorial hospital 0C hours, is now considered to be on the road to recovery. He has no recollection of .going to work on the morning of the accident. Dr. Har ry l . ureene. Ins attending physician, is now confident that Mr. 0"Xeill will fully recover. Sherman S. Willards many friends in this locality will be interested in the fol lowing from an Exc4er, X. II., newspaper : '"Manager C. S. Willard is conducting the Squamsoott in a manner which compels warm praise by its patrons, one visiting drummer expressing surprise at finding so excellent a hostelry in a town of Exeter's size. Mr. Willard aims to make the Squamscott homelike and to meet every reasonable desire of his guests. He has done considerable renovating work and has improved the kitchen by laying a new floor and making other repairs." Within two or three days rails will be laid on the trestle being constructed north of Bridge street for the purpose of enabling Holbrook, Cabot & Rollins to dump to advantage much of the material being ex cavated in Hinsdale where the Boston & general advantage much of the ma terial being excavated in Hinsdale where the Boston and Maine branch road is being built. All of the dirt necessary for use just north of the new railroad bridge has been used there and the contractors are rip-rapping now. The dump trains will switch on to the trestle near the old round house and back down. The wires now on poles on the east side of the railroad will he hung on a cable and attached temporarily to the poles on the west side, and the poles will be re moved until the work of making the fill has been completed. CONGRATULAT To the People of Brattleboro and the Daily Reformer When a town is fortunate to have live men such as are connected with our New Daily Paper, it certainly ought to be congratulated. It means the beginning of a march ahead and there is no reason why Brattleboro should not outgrow any town or city in Vermont. WE ARE READY FOR THE HOTTEST PACE AND WITH PLEASURE ANNOUNCE rand Siiowins f poum lien's and Womeni's Clothing 1-93! S Ladies' Suits, Coats and Dresses IN AMERICANIZED BALKAN MODELS Selected by our expert buyers from the leading Fifth Avenue manufacturers. Different from the country styles. Burl garian effects in make and trimming as well as strictly tailored suits. Come and see what the city folks are wearing. Will be glad to show you whether you buy or not. Men's & Young Men's Spring 1913 Suits The Classiest Bunch that ever came down the pike. . On account of our early buying our shipments were not affected by the strike. We invite you to look 'em over. We are measuring in our Custom Department for Easter deliveries. MICHELMAN SYSTEM American Building Brattleboro, Vermont 1 tlf 3 f ' IT II " It .WW . k 0 8 " ' is m x t t We see best of and we more shall be asked than fair and smiare. You eive to it that nothing but the groceries come into our store guarantee that not one cent is perfectly lis your patronage and we will give you per fect satisfaction. Here are just a few of todav's specials and more await vou when vou call: Sardines in Jack 10c. 5c per can, 7 for NEWFANE. Mrs. A. II. Famura returned home fiom a visit in Baldwin Place, N. Y., Saturday night. George P. Moore, son of Ilev. and Mrs. N. S. Moore, formerly of Newfane, is a chemist in Hartford, Conn. Alton and Bert Smith lost a heifer last week. It is thought its death was caused by eating something poisonous in the hay. Miss Mabel Phillips left Friday for a few days' stav in Londonderry. While she is away her mother, Mrs. Emory Phillips, is taking her place in the telephone ex change. The men's bible class gave a banquet in the church dining room Thursday even ing of last week at 7 o'clock. The teacher. J. H. Covey, and members of the class each invited two guests. About 40 men sat down to the tables. The young women m the claSiS ot the pastor, Li. K. Carter, provided and served an excellent repast, the menu consisting of escalloped tiotatos. cold meats, cabbage salad, pickles, hot rolls, cake, sherbet and coffee. Following this a literary treat was given by the classes to which all were invited, being a lecture by President Thomas of Middle bury college, The Spirit of Old Vermont. Owing to the stormy night only about 100 were present. All speak in the high est terms of the lecture. Preliminary re marks were made by F. A. DeWitt, and there was instrumental music by Miss Margaret Randall. The speaker of the evening was introduced by Kev. Ct. K. Carter. The W. C. T. U. will meet Friday after noon wit u. Airs, (jr. Davidson. Norwegian Union pure Olive Oil American Sardines, 25c. Wright's Silver Cream Polish 75c The Best Silver Polish you Can Buy. J. E. BUSHNELL The Flat Street Grocer SAVE YOUR COUPONS Juicy, thin-skinned tan ri You'll need a rubber coat on when vou cut one. Delicious, finely flavored Costa Rica Oranges The finest thins: on the market. They cost a little more, but they are way ahead of the Florida and California fruit. Fred C. Clark GROCER Fa BRATTLEBORO PERSONAL, George Rice returned to White Plains, N. Y., this morning. Mrs. L. S. Barber is taking a week's va cation from Houghton & Simond's store. Miss Elizabeth Corey, nurse, will go Wednesday to Deerfield, Mass., for a visit with relatives. Charles II. Welcome, manager of the Brattleboro Xews store, entered Saturday morning upon his 20th year of service in that store. Miss Sadie Benson returned to Adams, Mass., yesterday to resume her teaching, after spending a week ki town with her ; mother, Mrs. Ann L. Benson. Grass seed is cheaper than it has been for years and the wise farmer will take advantage of this and sow an extra amount. We carry Timothy, Red Top, etc., of ab solutely first-grade, and it will save you money to talk with us. We believe in the Brattleboro Daily Re former and we believe in its advertising value ; and as a first offer through its columns we offer for the next three days : Three cans Campbell's Soup 25c Van Camp's Tomato Soup, per can 7c Shredded Wheat, per pkg. 10c Sugar a while longer at $4.75 per 100 lbs. V G. O. ABBOTT & SON Of EJ66S1 iroai $5.60 per bbl. fh e Kitchen Flour Per 18 Sack 75c Reasons why you should use Queen of the Kitchen: FIRST Because it is the very best Bread Flour that money will buy. SECOND Because it is right for Pastry, doing away with the need of having two kinds of flour in the house at the same time. THIRD Because you can buy it of us at a price which is 'way below its actual retail value; in fact, at a less price than you have to pay for other so-called just-as-good brands of flour. FOURTH If , after giving Queen of the Kitchen a trial, you are not satisfied that it is all we claim for it, we will take it away from your house and replace it with a barrel of any brand of flour you may ask for at no expense to you. CAN WE DO MORE? Salt Mill Feeds Poultry Supplies ALLEY CO. 'Phone 249 Flat Street All Kinds of Good ftHeats Fresh and Cured at The iichardson Enrkets Elliot and Main Streets AMK(0W FLflDU Gives satisfactory bread at a satisfactory price, and prove it in your own home. Try it once 18 barrel bag. 75c. 1 barrel, wood, S5.50 E. H. AMID ON Sold only by Housewives who read the grocery and provision ads in The Reformer, will soon learn where to trade.