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THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY REFORMER, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1914.
IN ALL OUR IGHB! NEIGHBOR 00 There Is Hardily A Woman Who Does Not Rely Upon Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg etable Compound. Princeton, 111. " I had inP.amrr.ation, hard headaches in the back cf my neck and a weakness all CHURCH NOTICES. T-y' Vfflr caused by female trouble, and I took Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound with such ex cellent results that I am now feeling fine. I recommend the Compoundand praise it to all. I shall bo glad to have you publish m y letter. There i ? scarcely a neighbor around me who doer, not use your medicine. " Mrs. J. R Johnson, Ii. No. 4, Box 30, Prince ton, Illinois. T2'Ierieiico! of a Nurse. 1 Viand, M.Y. "In my experience as a rmire 1 certainly think Lydia E. Fink hfiin'. Vegetable Compound is a great i v;ish all women with fe trcuble would tr.ke it. I took it v.h'-n pris;ii!g through the Change of 1 iTo with grept. results and I always re e;ninend the Compound to all my pa tients i" I know of their condition in t:r: . I will gladly do all I can to help riS-rr. t l;now of this great medicine." Mr.;. tIo:;.vc': Nkwmax, Poland, Ilcr Liiiier Co., N. Y. If you are ill do not drag along until operation is necessary, but at one? U.V.o Lv.lia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. I f yoj; Avnr.t special ailvioo Avritc TiVdia I'. IMiikluun 31 m1 ic iiM- Co., (confidential) Lynn, Mass. TOLS GUNS SHELLS CARTRIDGES AL WOOD 3S Main Street Prices Low Swedish Evangelical Lutheran church. Services at 10.:0 a. ni. and 7.:?0 p. in. Sunday school at 11.50. The young people's society will meet next Wednes day evening ;it 8 o'clock. The Ladies' Aid society will meet Friday ovening. CnitariiMi church. Rev. K. U. S. Os good pastor. Service Sunday morning at 10.30. jjj-v. Mnrgaret H. Barnard ot b'owe, Mass., will jneach in exchange with tlie pastoi. Sunday school at 11.4.1. All are welcome. First Church of Christ Scientist, Em erson building, Elliot street. Sunday service tit 10.t."i a. m. Subject. Are Sin. Pisepse and Death Real.' Wednesday evening testimonial meeting at S o'clock. Reading room open daily ex cept Sunday and lejiril holidays from to ;. All are welcome. Universalist church. Rev. I. E. Trout minister. Divine worship at I0.;?o a. m. with sermon. Subject, The Anti Christian Idea it nd Practice of Re venge. Bible school at 11.45 a. in. Y. I'. C. I. service at 7 p. in. in charge of Miss Alta Enmcs. Topic, The Oppor tunity of the Business Man and Wo man f'r Service. Preaching service in Vernon at ." p. m. The Mission circle will meet in the church parlor Thurs day, Oct. 15. at .'! p. in. Paper, The Pow er of a Mother's 1 nlluence, by Mrs. Em ma Eason. First Baptist church. Rev. Ceorye E. Toitikinson minister. Sunday services: !(..( a. m., preaching by the pastor Subject, The Volunteer Soldier; 11.45 a. in., Bible school, with meeting of Baiucca and I'hilathea classes; 7 p. in., evening preaching service. Subject, (!od in Creation. Double quartet, chorus choir. Pagan's orchestra. Rally day will be observed in nil the services of the church. Tuesday, 7.."o p. m.. Christian Endeavor meeting in chapel, led by ex ecutive committee. Topic: Next Steps for Our Society. I'd Pet. 1 : 1 S. All oung people 'are invited. 1'riduv, 7.30 p. in., regular prayer and conference meeting of the church in the chapel. Centre Congregational church. Rev. Roy M. Houghton minister. Sunday ser vices: lo.lio a. in., divine worship with sermon by the pastor. Subject, The Things that Belong unto Peace. Lu. 10:4:'.; 11.15 a. in., session of the Sun day school and meeting of the Brother hood and .Miss Cabot's classes; 7 p. in.. Christian Endeavor meeting in the chapel. Subject, Next Steps for Our Society, 2d Pet. I.-I-h. The pastor will lead the meeting. Tuesday evening at 7 o'clock in the chapel, meeting of the Boy Scouts. Thursday at '2 o'clock, meeting of the women in the parlors of the church to sew for the home mis sionary box. Friday, 7.3d o'clock, de votional service of the church in the chapel. Subject, The Appeal of the Church to Women. W. SERVED IN DEFENSE OF UNION No. 46 Professional Cards DR. HENRY TUCKEtl. K.-m,1. h, p. 12 (ir.ivp St.; .'..,I.,., '.'.VS. OIVhc. l,..;M.nl hlm-k. Mniirs, 1 ..') t.i ,'!, wild 7 to S. I I '"' . 'J 'I W. C. R. James Robert LeRay Tuesday, Oct. 13, Isaac Uoll to 'l v at ALORICU. In S. Ottir,. M. D. phone Hours, 1'-'. 1 1;:. i : house to Methodist chunh. Rev. Thoma? Owens minister. Sundav morning P.3d preaidiing by the pastor. Dr. Mor gan of Boston will be present and give a short address. Sunday school at 11.45. There's a tdass for all. Meeting of the Attainers and Knights of Wesley. Ep worth league at i p. m. Subject, The Christian Suggestion of Profit-Sharing (Christian Stewardship). Acts 4:31-37. Leader. Raymond Adams. Regular (Touching service at 7 p. in., with talk by Dr. Morgan. On Wednesday evening all members of the church and their friends are invited to the vestry of the church in the interest of a Social union. An inteiesting program is be ing prepared. Refreshments will be served. The Woman's Foreign Mission arv society will meet Thursday after noon at o ( locu at me nome or .irs. E. E. Covey on Western avenue. Reg ular church prayer meeting Friday evening at .' in me esirv oi hurch. Rally day will be observed the Sundav school Sunday, Oct. 1. James Robert LeRay of West Brat tleboro enlisted as a boy of 10 years in the last call for troops for one year and served about 11 months in the 2d Vermont battery of Light Artillery. While that battery saw much active service, especially in the siege of Port Hudson, after Mr. Leray joined as a recruit, the battery was not engaged in a battle, but there was plenty of garrison and guard duty to perform in the fort which the battery had pre viously help captuie. Mr. LeRay was born in Rovve. Mass., Oct. -2. IS 15, the youngest of 10 chil dren of John Tind Raciiael (Stafford) LeRay. He lived in the little moun tain town of R'.iwe until after the death of his parents, when he was a boy. Then he went out to work where he could, and when the call for troops came to which he responded he wis livng in Searsburg. lie enlisted front that place in the iM Vermont battery and was mustered into the ser vice at Burlington Aug. "'0. 1m4. The recruits, after a few days in Burlington, were sent to Connecticut and then to New York, boarding a steamer there for New Orleans. Mr. LeRay says he was told the trip was a remarkably smooth cue, but he found it very rough. "1 am no water fowl." he explains. From New Orleans they were sent up the Mississippi river to Baton Rouge, ami after a few days they were sent along to Port Hudson, which hud beer, captured July s by the Federal troops, of whom the 2d Vermont Light Artil lery was th tirst battery to enter the captured stronghold and which, in conseuence, was detailed for garrison duty there. Mr. LeRay. with the other recruits, was given plenty of drill, and on the occasion of the funeral of President Lincoln, they tired a salute from the big guns of the fort. One night while on guard dutv of the parapet Mr. LeRay says he had a most uncom fortable time when he heard what was apparently a body of troops ad vancing... He held his tire, however, because he knew they would be slow in getting through the ditch that was protected by an abattis felled trees with the limbs cut off and sharpened. The noise soon ceased and it was onlv sifter daylight had come that he They rode and each man animal, which a saddle, and e wide manger, them, but fail- learned he had been disturbed by a drove of cattle. The last few weeks of his service he had a very easy time for he was detailed to care for the horses of the captain and lieutenant of the battery. He rode the horse of the lieutenant cut of the fort one day late to water the animal and was accompanied by a comrade who was rid.ug the captain's horse. They remai led out beyond the hour set for everv soldier to- be within the guard lines, but when, as they approached the entrance, they were challenged by the provost guard each man out spurs to his animal and rushed past the guard, straight into the stable yanked the bridle oft' his had been ridden without tumbled himself into tin The guard searched for eel to tind them. After the war ended the battery was sent up the river and then across country to Burlington where the men were discharged from service on Ju ly 31, ls(5. Mr. LeRay made his way home to Searsburg. but fever and ague, contracted in the South, made the last part of his journey on foot a tough proposition and he walked only a few hundred yards at a time before being compelled to sit down and rest. It was months before he had recov ered sufficiently to do any work and for years afterwards l.e had occasional attacks of fever a::d ague. He con tinued to make his home in Searsburg and in Stamford until after 170, and 30 years ago removed to his present home on Meadow Brook road, West Brattleboro, where he has a well-kept farm. Mr. Leray married Miss Louisa Huntlev of ' Brattleboro Jan. 23, 1872. Mrs. LeRay died Jan. 31, 1011. He has two sons, Frank, : storekeeper in West Brattleboro and Harry, who lives in the upstairs tenement of his fath er's home, lie also has one 'laughter. Mrs. Frank Richardson, who lives in West Brattleboro ab.mt three miles from the home of Mr. LeRay. Mr. LeRay is : deacon of the West Brattleboro Bapist church and is one (if the most recent recruits of Sedg wick post, ;. A. II.. having joined that organization alout a voar ago. th bv THOMAS RICE, M. D. Otli. Co I' t Tnionl S:i vuiun Hank, in., 1 to It :cinl 7 to s ). in. .incl rcsiili'iicc Hours, H to DEATH OF EDWARD E. HART. JR. W. II. LANE. I'n'iicy Koiid. Ollic '.' ; ii 1 1 -moons until '1 1 If p ii ti t:u. DR. G. Scott'K I (Hire and resilience, ( hours: M irninus until 12.:50; eveninua until 8. B. HUNTER. Wilhston block, over ;roecrv. tlltice hours: t to ;! p. in.. ;;o in m p. in. Residence, West 1 !rat t lelioro. DR. II. P. GREENE, Physician and Surgeon. tlltiee, U;lllk block. lldUls: 8 til ! . 111.. I to :; and 7 to p. in. Residence, Green M . Tclepli'ine eon ncct ion. G. R. ANDERSON, Surgeon and Physician, Surerv a speicaltv. Otlice and residence, Brooks House, l''S Main St. Hours until 10 a, in ; 1 to 'J.:;u and 0 to M p. m. 'I'bone, 'J Hi. Well Known Bennington Business Man Victim of Bright's Disease. BKN N I NtiTOX. Oct. 10 Fdward K. Bait, ."." years old, one ot the longest ...., - I T t est aMiMo'il iiusiness men oi ienning- tou, -died at his home on Main street this morning, after a long illness with bright 's disease. He was a native of Washingt.ri, Mass.. and came to Ben nington in ISOo. lie married at Palmer. Mas:-.. April . 1VS3. Miss Anna Hidden, daughter of the late John S. Iloldeu, who with seven children and three brothers sur vive him. VERMONTER FOR EUROPE. St. Johnsbury Physician for Service in French Military. Ir. John M. Allen of St. Johiisburv has been offered a position on the staff ot the director of the l'asteur institut in Aew VorK tor nebi service in France. Under the patronage of the Duchess of Tallyrand Pasteur institute is organizing a corps of surgeons and physicians for service on the battle field and in the hospitals of France and it is for this service that Dr. Allen i.-i ailed. He has this matter under con- snierntmu and nitty decide to accept the offer. DR. E. R. LYNCH, Surgeon. Orticc, Park IddiT., rooms 1 and :i. telephone ."i0, oflic lioor: uiiiil 'i a. in., 'J in :s and 7 to ! p. in .Melrose hospital, telephone. 'JO I. !l to JO a. in.: residence, 111 Canal -st., telephone, 177 SiitmI.'ivs by appii nl men t only. B. E. WHITE, M. D. (General Practitioner). (Illice rooms. I and li, Crosby block. Honrs: H In ;i a. in., 1 to ',; and 7 to 8 p. m. Resi dence, go Grove St. Telephone, 717. JORDAN & SON, Optometrists, 1 Kiliot St. Specialists in the correction of defective vis ion. Kxaiiiiniilion, (I to 1 ' a. in., .:( to ii. in. Kveiiiims, Monday unci Saturday, 7 to Ji. 1 Appointments at your convenience. Ted., Kli-M. DR. A. I. MILLER, Hooker block. Brattle boro. Otlice hours: H to !. 1 to 'J. ti.ao to H. DR. C. G. WHEELER. Osteopathic Physician. Ill Crosliv block. inner Hours: in to ij a. in., J to I p. in. Other hours by appoint ment. Tflep-hone connections. ! Spruce St. DR GRACE W. BURNETT. Physician and SurKeon. .Market block, r.lliot si. Oihc. hours: H.:t) to 11. an n. in.. I. HO to 2.30 and 7 lo H p. in. Telephone, 741 V, W. R. NOYES, M. D., Eye, Ear, Nose and Threat. ! to 1'J. 1 to .", Wednesday and Saturday evenings. Other hours and Sundays Ipv appointment. Appointments lor classes tit- tinir made hy mail or 'phone. American 111 DR. C. S. CLARK. Dentist, Whitney block. l'.rat t lelmro. Telephone. "' JOHN E. GALE, Attorney at Law, Guilford. 'i Telciihono. ,'!OJ. KASKIN3&SCHWENK, Attorneys and sor of biology at Wellesley college. Counsellors at Law, Urattlelxiro, V t. PRANK E. BARBER, Attorney at Law. Room 7. Croshy Mock, orattlelioro. ROBERT C. BACON, Attorney at Law. Room is. Cilery Idnldins:, Mratt lelniro. O. B. HUGHES, Lawyer. Telephone. g'J.VM. OILMAN ft IIELYAR. Surveyors and Con- tractiiift Engineers, 'let., ::ss v. or .t!i'J-v V, C. BILLINGS, recently First Assistant Commissioner of Patents, Solicitor and Attor- lo v in 1'itcnt and Trade Mark Cases. Sey mour. Seymour, M"Srath it P.illinc. 71 P.dwv, New York: MeGill Hid;;.. Washington, 1). O. R. W. EDGETT & CO., Real Estate and In ve loient; ol try I'uMii-. iSl Main St. BARROWS & CO., Wholesale and Retail lVnler in Cn.ils of all kinds. OMicp, ( Mam St.. Hrattlehoro. MORAN & CO., Undertakers, 1! Main St. Telephone, '' I J. Hrattlehoro. t. Dr. Mary .1. Ilogue, who makes pecialty ol the stuuv ot murine am has been appointed a prores mal life, --::--' 4 4 M . ' . ' SCKXF FORM New York's greatest A IT Tili: MISLKAD1XC LADV, laughin nee and success- to be tit the Auditorium for mati- night on Saturday, Oct 17. The Range -thafc f J "Makes Cooking Easy fV f(sz&?w Filigree jPm V 1 i -i i. 'mi' ,i' i on the Plain Cabinet M VPJ V- " -$x sX Si Glenwood. Just the IrrVte 7AM IP Q) Al5V T natural black iron fin- h && , m Vwy &'f ' Idea" aPPlied to a 1 I i C52&T, I i ; j t'2'l ' range. Every esscn- 'tiii'sii!'"'- ! I "flV'Y 1 tial refined and L C-yHB I .U-H improved . VjJ 1 upon' K 1' a ni;-- kBSS3BBBSSSS- il Wrj i . phi ft F "-ss Htrti lm h Ql l lt7JIG!..!i!ni k j lllZ. W 1 ssss-s- i-ssW Sooner . ' - 1 : "J - 4 - , or Later 1 I l; 1 - hp . :pfcy m msm J j Emerson & Son, Brattleboro 0J I- wiinr mi m'iiii'h iiii 1 Mfrumi? MMicttmiiiitJ 9tOlr Have you ever wanted a collar and found those just returned from the laundry badly broken ? Did you ever try and put on your four-in-hand tie in a hurry and have it stick in your collar ? What did you do? Did you whistle merrily or did you ? We will launder your collars with out cracking and at the same time give an easy tie space, if you will only give us the opportunity. Brattleboro Steam Laundry 36 Flat Street 'Phono 72 ELLIOT STREET AGENCY Brattleboro News Company's Store You can leave your bundles therefor us to launder and call lor them there when done. Central Vermont Ry, Corrected to September 27, 1911. Trains Leave Brattleboro. .".2d a. m. Kxeejd Sundav. For Millers Falls. 7.00 a. m Hxcept Sunday. For South Londonderry 7.;0a.m. Except Sunday. For New London. . !.20n.m. Except Sundav. For New York. SM-i a. m. Except Sunday. For South Londonderry. 10.2-) a. in. Except Sunday. For New London. 2.30 i. m. Except Sunday. For West Townshend. l.OOi. m. Except Sunday. For Keene, New London and New York via New London. 0.00 p. m. Except Sunday. Local for South Londonderry. WAR PRICES cAnd the reason why. Optical glass is imported from England and Germany. Our jobbers notified us to expect a shortage of lenses in the near future and that prices will then be from 50 to 100 per cent higher than now. c4. word to the wise is sufficient. You save money by buying now. Our prices will remain as usual until we are forced to raise them. JORDAN & SON 1 Elliot St. Brattleboro VERMONT LOAN & TRUST COMPANY F. W. WILDER, President. Washington. D. C. JOHN W. SMEAD, Vice President, Spokane, Washington. K. R. Rogers, Secretary, Spokane, Washington. We own ami offer for sale ft per cent first mortgages on improved farms in the best farming districts in Montana, Idaho, Wasliington'and Oregon. AH personally examined. All collections in:olc and remitted for free. Five and one half per cent debenture bonds in $1)U, $200, $."00 and $1,000 amounts nhvas on hand. Send for our Inst list issued monthly. Eastern office: Brattleboro, Vermont F. B. PUTNAM, Ccneral Eastern Agent HERE'S OUR ARGUMENT We vrlU Pack in a Barrel 10 dozen of our Bottled Beer when de sired. Our Beer and Ale in the wood, both in Quarter and Half Barrels, are from America's BEST Breweries. Pilsner Beer Jones Beer Burkhardt Beer . . . Phoenix Beer Roessle Beer Narragar-sett Beer Ballantine's Beer Schlitz Beer Per Case ,...$ 1.00 ... 1.00 , . . . 1.25 , . . . 1.25 ... 1.25 , 1.25 1.50 ... 1.75 Per Case Budweiser Beer 2.75 Liberty Ale 1.00 Smith's Ale 1.00 Smith's Stock Ale. 1.25 Burkhardt Ale 1.25 Ballantine's Ale 1.50 Jones Ale 1.50 Jones Porter 1.50 Ballantine's Porter 1.50 CAN YOU BEAT IT? CRESCENT BOTTLING CO. Importers and Distributors. Telephone 110 NORTH WALPOLE, N. H. DOINGS OF THE VAN LOONS ESTABLISHED 1870. Exclusive Undertaking BOND & SON REGISTERED EMBALMERS. Mass.. 1702. Vt., 27-28. N. II., 220. Reasonable Prices, Correct Service. Autos in Season Tel. 261-W BRATTLEBORO, VT. m m MOTTO GIVE. THE PEOPLE. WHAT THin want.' rr It seems that Mother is taking rather unfair advantage MOTTO - I r-tPA, I 0T L N PeOPt (yBAT t WANTED trVMAT m 1 ' " (t-