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THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY REFORMER, SATURDAY, MARCH C, 1915.
Sufferer from Muscular Kheu.r.atism,
Sore Muscles, Sprains or Bruises, by
first bathins affected parts with hot
water, then rabbin thoroughly with
a K 7 C I K I'. T-.'. V.
KEG 5s. H I H f W - I
WILL GET TROMPT KELiEF.
This reliable remedy l.as bten
IN USE OVER 100 YEARS.
Takwi ii.tern;illy on Kuptr or in we?t
m t'l v hilt i. cuii reiu-d uin in rama
uL cuelm, colds, sure iLirual. bruticlutie.
CI ari'l 10 conti at dealers.
I. S. JfOrSOS & CO., lac, Baton, Kau.
New Seats Ordered for Church.
New (scats Lave been ordered for the
church from the Readsboro Chair com
jinny. The Ladies' Benevolent society
will give a potato social Thursday
evening, March 11, the proceeds to 0
toward paying for these scats. Sup-
iu.t will be served, at wmcn iotatoea
will figure jiroininently, and the sup
per will be followed by a literary en
tertainment. Theie will be several
guessing contests and numerous pleas
ing parlies, etc., all concerning pota
toes. It is hoped there will be a large
attendance to help the one church of
PA3SON3' PILLS reSlave
Constipation ami Headacho h
.Schools in town will begin March 2f.
George Noyce, bookkeejier at the
lower mill, is boarding at G. IL Wheel
Goodnow and J. R. Gillett at
tlie Charles Noye auction in
Putnam has returned from a
visit with friends in Mas-
start his sawmill
beinir shut down
E?erythmg ia Season
A. L. Hamilton, Prop.
Weok Days Business Man's Lunch, 35a
I I a. m. to 2 d. m.
For Syrup Can
t wo-wee l;s
L. 11. Sawyer will
again Monday, after
a month or more.
Representative II. A. Wheeler was
home from Montpelier over Sunday and
town meeting day.
Ituth and Gertrude Wheeler of Arms
academy, Shelburne Falls, are spending
a week with their parents, Mr. and
Mis. E. L. Wheeler.
The dramatic entertainment given in
Green Mountain hall Saturday evening
by the Readsboro Grange was much en
joyed. ? The play, The Corner Store,
was well given.
Stella Butterficld came from the
North Adams hospital last week, where
she had been for treatment several
weeks, and stayed hero several days
with her sister, Mrs. Marcia Davis.
She returned to her home in Jackson
About ? of the friends and neigh
bors of JTarley Upton gave him a sur
prise party Monday night, it being his
7:M birthday anniversary. The even
ing was spent pleasantly with games,
music and social intercourse.
While David Reed was working in
the woods last week a log rolled on to
his foot and broke some of the bones,
causing a very pninful injury. Elmer
Haskins js now driving Mr. lteed s
33 Main St.
MORTON D. WALKF.H
DR. HENRY TUCKER. IU-sidence, 13 Groe
Ht. ; telephone, 2;3. 0(Ve, Leonard block.
Honrs, 1.30 t 8. and 7 to a. Telephone,
C. I; AJLDKICH, M.
2.30, 7 to 8. O.lice
163-11. X-ray work u
D. Hours. 12.30 to
'phono 1G3-W; kouse
THOMAS EICE, M. D. Office and residence
trer Veruior.t t-uviiiRi Bank. Uuurt, 8 to 9
. m., 1 to 3 aiid 7 to 8 p. in.
DR." W. H. 1NE. Office and residence. 6
tTitney Koad. Oflfice hours: Mornings uuti;
0; afternoons until 2.30; evening until 8.
DR. O. B. IIUNTER. Oflire at residence.
West IJrnttlcboro. Hours: 8 to V a. m.; 1 to
8 and li.3( to S p.m. Tel. 318.
Da. II. P. GREENE, Fnyaici&n an Surgeon.
Offloe. Dunk blo'-k. Hours: 8 to 9 a. m.,
1 to 3 and 7 to 8 p. m. Residence, 83 0ren
Pt. T"lpplion connections.
B. R. ANDERSON, BurgGon and Physician.
Hnrirery a speiralty. OiVil-b and re(iid(nce.
Brooks House, 128 Main fct. Hours until 10 a.
en.: 1 to 2.30 end ft to 8 r. m. Thon. 246.
The Grange will have a dance, fol
lowed by a sugar supper, Friday even
ing, March 12.
Ms Bertha Bedell of M.-Indoes
Falls, who was a guest of Mrs. E. II.
Brown, has returned home.
The Martha Washington ball given
by the G. B. S. wtn an enjoyable oc
casion. The supper was up to the
usual degree of excellence. The cake
was won by Arthur Brown.
The Grange held a regular meeting
Tuesday evening. There was a degree
rehearsed at the close of the literary
exercises. The next meeting will be
held Tuesday. March 16. The first and
second degrees will be couferred.
The birthday club met with Miss El
la Jennison Tuesday afternoon and the
guests had a pleasant time. Refresh
ments were served at " o'clock and
the menu vas varied and appetizing.
Miss Jennison received glass, china.
Tunevwork and numerous other useful
and beautiful articles as souveniers of
tln occasion. The club reorganized
and will meet the coming year.
About 4it frieiii'Vs and neighbors
pleasantly surprised Mr. and Mrs. Ho
ratio Knapp Friday evening. Feb. '2G
tluir 2oth wedding anniversary. Mrs
Dora Davis read a. poem suitable to the
occasion and U. G. Davis in a pleasing
speoch presented Mr. and Mrs. Knapp
a couch, two chairs, a lamp and a sum
of money in behalf of friends and
neighbors. Mr. Knaop responded fit
tingly. Old and young joined in sing
ing oli I and new songs. Refreshments
of cake and coffee were served and
the gathering broke up at a late hour
with best wishes and congratulations
for their host and hostess.
The dance at the Inn Friday night was
There are nine prisoners this week in
the county jail.
F. W. Underwood visited his sisters at
W. W. Burnett's in Dumnierston Thurs-
Mrs. Henry Johnson of Williamsville
sjK-nt Tuesday with her cousin, Mrs. A.
Mr. and Mrs. John Bellows and child
have returned from a visit with relatives
YV alter Columbus began work this week
for Will T. Bruce, by whom he has been
engaged for a year.
Wayne Ingram and family are at Her
nia n L. Eddy's where Mrs. Ingram is
Miss Mildred Eddy is home for a visit
of several days from the home of her uncle,
Seth "White, in Brattleboro.
Dr. Grace Burnett of Brattleboro was
eailod the lirst of the week to treat one
of the prisoners in the county jail.
A telephone on the New England line,
2t 11. wtw installed this week at W. T.
Brace's. Another, 14-4, lias been in
stalled in the home of Hurdis Smith.
u'rili C. E. Mann, Frank Foster from
Brattleboro and Miss l'ike of Wardslwro
attended the dance at the Inn Friday
uinht and were guests at the Windham
Mrs. A. H. Farnum came home from
Wilmington Friday for a needed rest, but
will soon return to Wilmington to help
care for her father, Mr. Boyd, who has
been ill, but is a little improved.
Mrs. George X. Roberts, who has been
a guest of Mrs. J. M. Kenney several
days, visited Mrs. W. E. Wheeler in Wil
liamsville Friday and return'xi Saturday
to her home in Chester.
In the regular meeting of the Ladies'
Aid society in the church parlors Wednes-
i r. j , l
ti;iy aueinoon a tea was soreu Ly the
members to which over "J sat down, mak-
HiK a very pleasant social event.
Will Hazelton, who was in Brattleboro
the latter part of last week, walked homo
because of the condition of the railroad
track and returned Sunday with a team
to bring his wife home. She had been
visiting her parents in Brattleboro a week
The twin daughters of W. T. Bruce,
j.ieanor and jweiyn, were given a verv
pleasant party Friday afternoon by Mrs.
Bruce in celebration of their second birth
day anniversary. Eight little ones of near
ly the same age were present with their
mothers, including a cousin, Hugh Swit
zcr, three years old, who came with his
mother, Mrs. Cyril Switzer, from West
Townshend. After playing together with
toys they all sat down to the tea table,
which was prettily decorated, having
unique place cards, and refreshments were
served. Thev were remembered with
many presents and postcards. Photo
graphs of the group were taken by Porter
Mrs. Thomas Collins is in Wilming
ton, called there by the critical illness
of her mother.
Ralph Thayer is at his home from
ernon. where he teacnes school, for
a vacation of six weeks.
The Needlecraft society held a
pleasant meeting yesterday afternoon
at the home of Mrs. Henry Halladav.
Miss Marjoiie Arams, teacher, went
to her home in Hopkinton. Mass., to
day to spend the three-weeks' vacation.
There will be a rehearsal of the Old
Folks concert tonight. The concert
will be iveu March lb in Academy
Mr. and Mrs. LaBumboib of Lebanon.
X. II., were admitted to the Melrose
hospital Thursday, to receive treat
Fourteen teachers took the state ex
aminations at Academy hall lhursdav
and Friday, given by Supt Bates E.
Walter Morgan has returned from a
week's visit at his home m Ludlow.
He went today to West Guilford where
he has employment during sugaring.
M.s. A. L. Saxton, who with Mir.
Saxton was injured in a runaway ac
cident last week Friday, is out again
and goes each day to the Memorial hos
pital to see Mr. Saxtcn.
The children in the primary room at
the Academy building who had perfect
attendance during the winter term were
Muriel and Ruth Craig, Fred and Ar
thur Nichols and Katherine Miller.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry C. Squires en
tertained several friends last evening
at their home. There were lour tables
iat, five-hundred. The first prize was
won by D. W. Harris and the consola
tion prize went to J. L. Barney. Re
freshments of sandwiches, cake and
f-offee were served, after which the
.party broke up, having spent a very
Rev. Dr. Brown Accepts Call.
Rev. Elliot W. . Brown, D. D., who
went to New York in January as the
temporary supply of the St. Nicholas
avenue Presbyterian church, has ac
cepted a unanimous call to become its
pastor. He will be installed in April.
The church is strong, having a mem
bership of 700 and a Sunday school of
GoO. It is located on the upper west
side at .the corner of 141st street and
St. Nicholas avenue, in a section of the
city which because of its rapid growth
offers opportunity for effective work.
The many friends of Dr. and Mrs.
Brown will be pleased to hear of the
excellent call to a larger field, but they
will be greatly missed in Northfield,
where for seven years they have been
actively associated with the highest in
terests of the town. They will retain
their home on Main street and will
spend as much of the summer as possi
It is the time of the year that you are usually looking
around for a home. You may prefer a village home, or per
haps a farm, or possibly a lot on which to build a home. It
does not require all cash ; with reasonable payment dovn
we can help you secure a mortgage.
A FEW OF THE MANY PLACES WE HAVE LISTED
PH. E. Ii. LYNCH, Surgeon. Oltire, Park
bid., rooms 1 and 3, telephone 540, efflce
fcours: until 9 a. in., 2 to 3 and 7 to 0 p. m.;
Melrose hospital, telephone, 201, 9 to 10 a.
n.; residence, 141 Canal St., telephone, 177;
Hnndnvs hy appointment only.
B. E. WHITE, M. D. (General Practitioner).
Office rooms, 4 and 6. Crosby block. Hours:
8 U 0 a. m., 1 to 3 and 7 to 8 p. ra. Resi
dpnro, 20 Oroya St. Telephone, 717.
N. Y.. visited
V. Mclendy, last
JORDAN 6 SON, Optometrists, 1 fclltot St.
BoecisHsts in tne correction of defective vis
ion. K.xaminatinn, 0 to 12 a. ru., 1.30 to 5
p. m. KveniiiKs, Monday and Saturday, 7 to 9.
Appointments at your convenience. Tel., 83-M.
DR. A. I. MILLER,
fcero. Ortipfl hours: 8
Hooker block, Brattle
to it. 1 to 2, 6.30 to 8.
DR. C. O. WHEELER. Osteopathic Physician.
10 Crosby block. Office, hours: 10 to 12 a.
tn 2 to 4 p. ra. Other hours by anpoint
Bient. Trli-phone connections. 9 Soruce St.
DR. GRACE W. BURNETT, Physician and
Burgeon. Market block. Elliot St. Office
ours: 8.30 to 0 30 a. m., 1.30 to 2.30 and
1 to f p. ni. Telephone, 744-W.
John Sheldon of Greenfield, Ma
at his farm Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. E. IL Blown went
1 VI lows Falls Monday.
Miss Edith Button -f N'orthfield.
Mass., spent the week-end with her par
ents. Mr. and Mrs. M. I". Button.
Mr:. L. F. Crosby, Miss Helen Annanri
and Miss Alice Halladav, who have been
under the doctor's care, are improving.
The penny social given by the Ladies'
club at M. F. Button's Saturday evening
was well attended. A Jack Homer pie,
peanut hunt, music, games ;md refresh
ments were features of the entertain
ment. Friends and neighbors of Mr. and
Mrs. Horatio Knapp gave them a surprise
party in their home Feb. in honor of
their t2."ith wedding nnnivcrsarv mufli
D., Eye, Ear, Nosa .and : i anri r.tl-ior friff icr. n,v,tnnt,.,i
Cake and coffee were served.
Death of Timothy Houghton.
By the death of Timothy Houghton,
which occurred early Tuesday morning,
the community loses a long-time resident.
Mr. Houghton was in his T'.th year and
had lived in town upwards of 4." years,
lie gave up farming and moved int- the
village several years ago.
On August l-l, ISoS, he was married t.i
Chastina Elwell, and after a few years
they came to West Dover, where they
bought the farm which they successfully
carried on about 40 years, it being the
farm where Miss Antoinette Hartwell
now has her summer home in that part of
the town of Dover known as "the han
dle." To them was lorn one son, George,
who died several years ago. There were
also three grandsons, Edward, Guy and
Harold Houghton. Mr. Houghton had
It-en in declining health several years.
having been afflicted with rheumatism and
a kidney trouble and for the past few
months he had been confined to the bed.
A change for the worse came a few days
before his death, and the end of his suf
fering was not unexpected. Mrs. Hough
ton, who, in spite of her 7 years, has
faithfully cared for her companion
throughout all his illness, has the sincere
sympathy of many neighbors and friends.
Besides the relatives, mentioned, Mr.
Houghton leaves a brother. Ruins, of this
place. The funeral was held at the houe
Thursday and the burial took place in the
family lot in the Cutting cemetery iu Wil
June Howard is visiting Mildred
Reed in Brookline.
E. I'. Hannum of
his sister, Mrs. E.
The Methodist Ladies ' Aid society
served its annual town meeting din
ner on the stage Tuesday.
J. R. Conant has moved to Athens
and E. H. Reed has bought and moved
to the farm vacated by him.
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Atwocd and two
children of Chester were guests at C.
II. Goodenougli 's over Sunday.
Towu meetiug passed off very o,uiet
lv. Tho license vote stood 20 ve to
8! no. The tax raised was irl.Oo
The dramatic club is rehearsing the
plav, Up Vermont Waw, which it will
present in the town hall March 11.
Mrs. F. F. Churchill has returned
from a several weeks' visit
daughter iu Morrisville,
other places. j
Miss Howe and Miss.'F-iiibauks ii -
closed successful terms 'in the vills'jo
schools and returned tu their Ironies in
Chester to1 spend the spillig vacation.
In the wrestling match in the town
hall Thursday evening of last week the
local wrestler. Cyclone Mattson. de
feated "Doe." Fowler of Marion, In d.,
winning two boUtsTJlt of tft,ICe, al
though Fowler outweighs Mattson by
"0 pounds. The preliminary bouts were
lirst between Robert Charlton aud Ken
neth Arnold, one bout, won by Charl
ton, after a tr'u-1 of 'JO minutes, and be
tween Willie Patterson and "Pete"
Cobb, Patterson winning two out o?
three. Frank Carly refeieed the main
bout and L. R. Pierce the preliminaries.
Little Miriam Moody
Mrs. Fred Pallani saw-
day on Birnam road.
Mis. I vy Field -of Neponset has been
visiting friends here.
Mrs. Arthur Field of Boston is a
guest of Mrs. Fred Fox.
Miss Laura McGrath is caring for
Mrs. Norton at Mount Hermon.
The high school minstrel show will
be held March 17 in the town hall.
Leonard Langton has gone to Boston
to be with his father and brother.
Benj. I). Callender of Bethlehem, X.
IL. is a guest of his brother, T. R.
Miss Madeline Long is in Boston, a
guest of Mrs. Helen Proctor Winches
ter over Sunday.
Mrs. C. W. Stebbins has returned
from a visit to her daughter, Mrs. II.
0. Gates of Orange.
Misses Clapp, Dale, Cummings and
Moore are home from Fitehburg nor
mat school for a vacation.
Mrs. bamorie has returned to her
home in Colrain, after a visit with her
daughter, Mrs. Frank Harness.
A. G. Moody returned Thursday from
his western trip in the interests of
Mount Hermon school and Northfield
Mount Hermon school will close for
its spring vacation March 30. North
field seminary has 10 days, beginning
Mrs. George Foreman of Tndia ltd
the children's meeting Thursday after
noon ami spoke on ti.ir -Seed or .Jesus
and Jesus 's Need of. Us.
l ne mini onsemLue recital ol organ
piano and violin was held at Russell
Sage chapel Fridav afternoon at 4.4."
and was attended by a very apprecia
Mrs. L. L. Hart has returned from
visit with her daughters, Mrs. Miriam
Strange of Springfield, Mrsi Francis
H 5 C
5 ' o
Farm 23 acres, about 1'' miles to R. R station: cottage
house and barn, fruit, wood, rood water, school near; church
and store within two miles $1159
Farm 130 acres. 10 miles from Brattleboro: buildings in
good repair, running water, large amonnt or fro it, also od
; and timber ........ .. $1750
f HOUSn and Barn-li acres land, several tta't trees,
ncer-failing well water, small poultry bouse; less than two
miles to village, stores, churches and R. R- $650
HOUSe and Lot in village a few miles from Brattle-
Farm -31 acres, near Brattleboro $1500
Farm SO acres, near Brattleboro S5300
Farm 123 acres, near Brattleboro , $.1950
A FEW EXCHANCES
Many times an exchange can be made'advantag-eoualy
to both parties.
' Three-tenement house in Brattleboro for farm or timber land
Farm, 150 acres, for house in village.
Two-tenement house for farm.
Auto for real estate: cheap farm or building lot.
If you have anything to sell, you should consult ua. If you will ex
change, talk to us about it. You may have something in a piece of real
estate that you do not consider worth much; let us know about it; we
can handle it for you. Combine your judgment with ours and it should
DO NOT WAIT; DELAYS ARE DANGEROUS
S. W. 'EDGETT & CO.
W. R. NOTES, M.
TDTOSt. to 12. 1 to .1. WPllnf,!v mnA
Saturday evening. Other hours and Sundays
by appointment. Appointments for glasaes fit
ting msd by mail or 'phone. American Bide.
DR. C. S. CLARK. Dentist, Whitney block,
BTstllehoro. Telephone. 53-8.
3QU.lt E. GALE. Attorney at Law, Guilford.
Vt tliphone. 302. ,
llASKINa"- SCIIWEITK, Attorneys and
Counsellors at Law, Brattleboro. Vt.
FRANK e. BARBER, Attorney at Law.
Room 7. t'roshy block, Brattleboro.
it 0 BERT O. BACON. Attomi at Law.
Rotn IS, I liery Building, Brattleboro.
O. B. HUGHES, Lawyer. Telephone, 739 W.
OILMAN HELYAR. Surveyor! and Con
trscUng Engineers. Tel.. 38 -W. or 392-W.
O. C. BILLINGS, recently First Assistsnt
t'ornTlssioner of Patents. Solicitor and Attor
ney in rstent find Trade-Mark Cases. Sey-m-nir.
Seymour, M-irrath 4 Billings. 71 Bdwjr,
New York; Mcllill VA g Washington. D. 0.
f ARROWS CO, Wholesale and Retail
Usaleis la Cosls of all kinds. Office. 0
Main St.. Prattleboro.
KORAN & COUndertkers. 1Q Main St.
Telsp0B. 854 2. Brattlebore. Vt.
BOMD & SON
Masn.. 1702. Vt 27-23. N. II., 220
Reasonable Prices Correct Service
Autos in Season.
Tel. 2G1-W. BRATTLEB0EO, Vt.
"For the land's sake use Bowker's
Fertilizers. They enrich the earth and
those who till it."
Kenneth Jones is working for Weston
Mr. and Mrs. IL M. Leonard of Wil
mington were guests at J. J. Snow's Monday.
J. J. Snow came home from Montpelier
Saturday night, for the town meeting re
cess. Wliile R. K. Russell was drawing a
load of wood to Wilmington Monday, as
he was crossing the Cold Rrook bridge
the bridge gave wav and a part of his
load slid from the sled but the team and
driver were uninjured.
Harold Williams spent the first of
the week iu Montpelier.
Ernest Gleason of Westminster was
in town a few days recently.
Waldo Kendall and brother of Man
chester spent Saturday at Janes Kendall's.
Dell Buckley was in town the lirst of
Mis Mary Johnson went to Townshend
Sunday to work for Mrs. Pnnitelle.
Mr. and Mis. F. H. Wellington spent
Sunday at F. H. Allbee's in H"ownsh"jitl.
Miss Annie Potwine finished work for
Mrs. Don Bouielle in Townshend last
Mr. and Mrs. Albeit Austin were at
home, from Montpelier from Saturday to
Miss Ruth Stevens has been helping
Mrs. F. T. Randall in Townshend the
past two weeks.
The Ladies' Benevolent society held a
social at the home of Mrs. Edward Well
ington last week. :
E. P. Osgood and son, George, were in
Sax tons River Sat unlay, where they
bought a registered Durham calf.
Delard Perry has finished work for Dr.
Robio and a Mr. Ladue of Gardner,
Mass., will work there this year.
Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Perry went to
Bondville Saturday. Miss Pearl Slade,
who has been staying with them and at
tending school here, went with them and
will stay with her mother a while.
School closed Friday and Mr. Martin
left Saturday morning for his home in
Shaftsbury. Miss Luthera Perry had no
absent marks for the term, and Miss Pearl
Slade and Miss Mildred Heed missed only
one day each.
t Of U-
Lloyd of Montreal. GariadnJ. and Mrs
Grace Crosby of NasfitipC,? H.
Mr. and Mrs. C. I.. Bobbins and lit
tie daughter will leave Monday fo'"
Santiago, " Calif., wherp'thcl, will visit
Mrs. Bobbins 's father. " Mr. Hooper.
They will visit other friends iu Cali
fornia. Messrs. Parker and Willard will meet
those interested in orchard culture
Monday, March ut y a. m.. and give
a demonstration of pruning and spray
ing in the orchard of the Dr. George
Pentecost place. All are invited.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Wood
tended a meeting of the Franklin C
ty, Massachusetts, association in
dena, Calif., recently and met
former friends. Among them we
.uid Mrs. II. l. Crowe!!.
The annual nieetin-j of the
bidders ci the Northfield Co-oper:itivi-Creamery
association will hold a ses
sion Monday in the town hall :tt 1
o'clock. Sumner 11. Parker of the
Franklin county farm bureau will be
present to give advice.
A meeting of the standing commit tee
of the Congregational church was held
Fridav night to consider the 01 -diuat i. n
of Rev. Horace Sibley, a recent mis
sionary in China. A committee of ar
rangements was appointed and tho or
dination will be' held in this church
The famous Fuller Sisters of Dorset,
England, will give an entertainment in
Skinner gymnasium Monday evening,
March lo. They will give a program
of English, Irish and Scottish folk
songs. Misses Dorothy, Rosaline and
Cynthia Fuller are very picturesque in
their early Victorian costumes and
with the Irish harp.
Arthur C. Larsen has leased the
bakery building of S. IL Smith and
has fitted it for the business which he
conducts of pure food flavorings. He
also will carry a line of photograph
supplies and will do developing. The
room at the rear is to be a barber shop
with Charles White as barber. They
will open for business March S.
Mrs. Fnima Clark is recovering from
The Men's club meeting has been post
poned until further notice. t -
The Saturday club will meet with Mrs.
D. P. Wright March G at :; o'.Jork.' '
bout IT, couples attended the' Grange
play and dance in Westminster West.
The recent tlood has earned many pupils
to be alsent from the village schools.
Last Monday school was not in session.
A. W. Sweeton, county agent, was ia
t-wn recently to interview the farmers
in regard to buying chemicals for fertil
izer. Ho was able to quote satisfactory
The Y. P. S. C. E. will entertain the
society from Saxtons River Saturday night
in the church parlors. After th supper
games will be played and ice cream and
cake Nerved. A cordial invitation is ex
tended to all.
Mrs. C. P. Torrey, accompanied by Mrs.
Rilev of Bellows Falls, who will stay with
her a few days, has returned home. Mrs.
Torrey 's recoveiy seems no less than a
miracle, and all rejoice that she is able
to come home.
--Br-K.-Siindaljian, machine designer anil
mechanical engineer, formerly employed
by the Aboiiam.a Machine Works, left
with h w v amr-r! jtightwr for their new
iioiu.- in Ludiiigtoiu .. Micli., wheie Mr.
Sandaljian has a responsible position
with n marine engine manufacturing com
pany.. AbMit V2 boys fro in the junior class .f
ernfcjnt academy enjoyed a sleighride to
Kum Huttin Home Saturday. A good
game of basketball was enjoyed, some of
the Home boys helping make u; the
team, lk-foie leaving lor Saxtons River
the boy were served an appetizing luncheon.
C. TENSEY, Marker
PUREBRED BULL CALVES
1 tjio inin
I 1apie Sugar Season
Is Now On
Kemcmber your friends with
ore or more gallons of pure Ver
mont maple eyrup. We are mem
bers of, and the quality of our
product is guaranteed by, the
Vermont Maple Sugar Makers'
association. Orders taken now
far delivery after March 13.
Visitors welcome at all times.
Come and see a modern sugar
camp in operation. Price-list on
Fire in a Pennsylvania coal mine was
extinguished by exploding dynamite in
the airway, the concussion blowing out
Prize Contests Saturday Evening.
The prize reading and spelling by
the I'lipb of tli J two schools in the
place will take place Saturdav evening
March b, in the town hall. A first and
h-econd prize will be given in both con
test. These prizes are made possible
by a provision in the will of the late
Mdwiu A. Wil.ox. former';.- of
CEO. M. CLAY
BANK ELOCH, ERATTLEEOEO
Mrs. Jercme Collins of Westminster
spent Tuesday with her mother, Mrs
Mrs. Eliza Phillips, who had been
away nursing several mouths came
Mrs. Charlotte Harlow and daugh
ters went to their home in Maiden,
Mass., Mondav, after speeding a week
at Mrs. Martha Miller's.
E. G. Butterfield fame home from
Montpelier Saturday to attend town
meeting Tuesday. He returned to Mont
pelier Wednesday morning.
The Grange gave a play, Those
Dreadful Twins, in the town hall Wed
nesday evening. The play was post
poned from last week Thursday even
ing as the weather at that time was
The town meeting war, held in this
part of the town this year and the La
dies' society furnished dinner. There
was not as large an attendance as
sometimes, but the women added a
good sum to the amount in the treasury.
The church and society will hold their
annual meeting Friday evening. Match I"..
at 7."'. A 1 oil call of nwmrot-rs f-i th
cburc'i will In; held and every member 1-Ui-jUed
to be present.
The Ladies" Aid society will meet Wed
nesday afternoon, March P. at 1 o'clock.
Every member is requested t- ! present
as there; i- businc.s of iiiiporti!ix" t Iw
transact til and odicers will be cle-lcd b'l
the coming jeur.
The ladies chicken -pio supjirr was a
siioeo. It was well patronized by jwv
ple here, and a slcishride party of alvotit
if from rratt!ei"ro came. The church
w as w ell tilled to lit-ar I lev. Geo. E. Turn
kinson. whose address vas very intcifst
ing. The delight fill singinc y the quar
tet and by Miss Mary J- Pane and Ar
thur L. Mayn.ml was much, enjoyed.
From !.:2.".io,i tons of tar aiiiiualiv
produced iu Orrnt Britain from coal,
about Ht?tH.M,Mo galb ns of benzol art;
DOINGS OF THE VAN LOONS
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