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THE WORLD FILM CO. WILL PRESENT WM. A. BRADY'S SUCCESS
This feature is considered by Wm. A. Brady as better than the play. Don't miss , one of the best attractions of the season.
Evening 7.15 a d 8.30
p Bargain Matinee at 2.30
Admission 5c and 10c
THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY REFORMER; MONDAY, MARCH 22, 1015.
v -. !,.'firRHpr; tj
ci ihii!g in Season
A. L. Hnmliton, Prop.
Wtek Q.1J3 Business Ksn's Lunch, 35a
!l a. m. to 2 d. rrs.
Village School Closed lor Vacation.
All throe departments of the village
school closed Friday lor a three-weeks'
vacation, after an unusually successful
term. Pupils without absent mark in tho
jjrammar school under Miss Florence
Phelps were Evelyn Turner, Itosa Wat
on. Sylvia Kidder, Edwin Parker, Robert
i'ollett; in the intermediate grades, Miss
Marion YVinslow teacher, Isabella Buck
Icy, I Jessie iSuckhy, Mabel Crowcll, Daniel
Willatd; in the jirimary room, under Miss
May Williams, .Jessie Buckley, -. Beatrice
Cummins, .lames Franklin, Lewis Frank
lin. Francis Kidder and Harland Kidder.
Mis Phelps presented two of her pupils,
luis.i. Watson of the eighth grade and
Evelyn Turner of the seventh grade, prizes
i honks of poems for perfect spelling les
sons. Uie children in the primary room
enjoyed a peanut party rriday afternoon
I he pupils in the higher grades joined in
games anil school Mas dismissed at un
early hour. Miss Williams went Saturday
to her home in Quiney, Mass., Miss Wins-
low to Ayer and Miss Phelps to Wills-
bnro, . Y. All three will return for th
Ilpve you ever wanted a cellar
and found those just returned
lrora tho laundry badly broken?
Did you ever try and put on
your four-in-haiid tie in a hur
ry and have it stick in your col
lar? What did you do? Did you
v.hintlo merrily, cr did you ?
Wo will launder your collars
without cracking and at the
Eiimc time cive aa easy tie space,
if you will only give us the op
portunity. Brattlslsaro Steam Laundry
30 Flat Street. 'Phone 72
F,LLI0T STREET AGENCY
"Crattleloro News Co. 'a Store
You cn leave your bund lea thro for os
o ItunJcraml t all for them there when
SCENE ON BOSPORUS AT CONSTANTINOPLE.
WILCOX &T WHITE CO. WIN.
4 r -
Court Decides That It Did Not Infringe
Patents of Aeolian Co.
MEHIDEK. Conn., Maieh '22. Judge
Edwin S. Thomas of the I'nited States
court has liled an opini'm in the action
i the Aeolian coinpmy of this city
against .John Wanan.nkcr and others,
with the Wilcox & White company of
this city a actual d tendant. Tlie de
i ision Jinds t!ie defendants did not in
fringe the Jctt i -patrnt, a: alleged, and
! burned area took fire and it was with
difficulty that the wooden bri lo cm-
A Word to the Wise.
ll.ir.tcr Are a o;i ever t'uet
mistake fcr a :-.-crt
Guide (imj.rr ssivdy) I ii.r.e Tky
never lic to tell vlrst tLcy cLct t.t
mc for. PhilidelpLia Ilullttiu.
BRATTLEBORO MARKET REPORX
Grain and Teed
iI.ii.gokii Oil t.ol
lv I !:i T.l:i Tm : r I llillltit'i-mt l 1 ! ... . ...
: ' I 10 'Siiiis .
Iismisses the bill of complaint.
This is considered ic ri the mo-t
nits in the musical indi.strv 1:1 i i
ve-ars. In it the pk.ititi.F asked
,. 1.7 0?T 1.73
j '01 taut
4 o(a '
tor :iri !HMUi(1i..n ;itt! :'.n JiCeoi'nt i,i iirn'il
- 1 - 1
cj cortaiti icit'-i s-p.it iit, t oYcriiig l '',N , r ' provender
pianos. The de: rid. Hits n ni(d the aod-li, .
... 111 . . r 1 ':,v loose, ton
itv ot the omplaiiiiible patent1. I no I - ! . r ...
... 1 . 1 , , , . II lav. I'aled
ject ot the lUYclil'.ou covelfd I'V the lel-l ' ,
. . . . 1 . 1 . .Cotton ited
It is patent is to eiiab.e Hie ri a :i 1 piano to 5
be i.laYcl bv pnci'.iiuitic apparatus and
... .".V(u l."
. .. !wl".
..'2 M(a ir,.M
... 1.70;-r l.SJ
Farm Produce Wholesale.
l.'C. ITT.MRT XUCKEE. liidence. 12 Grove
te',e-,hor.i. VSii. OlTiee, Leonard block.
Hf.-. l.ao t I. nd 7 to 8. Tslerihone.
. ii- vV .
J. R Af.DP.ICX M. D. Hnnrg. 12.30 to
2. So. 7 to 8. OfTics 'phone 1C5-W; house
trt"-i. X-rsr nrk a xiiccislty.
Herbert l;vans was taken seriously ii
l-'i'iday night, but is now convalescent.
Miss Myrtle Marsh of At hoi, Mass., is- ;
guctt in the home of her brother, A. K
Mis. P. H. Boswcrth returned Wednes
day fi-om a month's vUit in Burlington and
Mrs. Beitha Norse of (.'laremont. N. 11
came Thursdav to visit her cousin. Mrs
Mr. and Mrs. Hector Filion of Brattle
boi'o AVere week-end gn-.'sts in the home ot
F. W. Watson.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Mann and daughters
of Brattlelniro were guests at W. M
Nparks's Friday and Saturday.
The Hadasseh league will hold a regular
monthly meeting at Townshend Inn Fi i
da afternoon. March at 2.'.'.o.
Attendants at the Baptist church appre
ciate the display of flowers which have
bi'-n kept up all winter with flowering
bulbs and foliage plants.
A telephone, 21-H, w,i installed at 1.
B. Muty's residence nn North street
last week. This make" 'l telephones on
line 21, rather too many for good service.
It is understood that the line will be di
vided this week, preparations already be
ina; under way.
Probably 40 couples attended the dance
in the town hall Friday evening, all enjoy
ing the occasion, which was the last of the
series. All the dances v.cie well attended
and pleasant in every -way. Raymond
Paige, .1. V. Snow and the other young
men who have aided them deserve con
gratulations on their management.
D. Bnyden reeentlv bought a horse
office in Boston. Their
in West Newton, Mass.
Mrs. H. IT. Chamberlain is iil
Miss Ethel Proctor is assisting
Mrs. William I
and vicinity last
Little Ambert .Smith h
with bronchitis the past week.
Miss Doris Chamberlain i
from her studies in Worcester
moving or altering
leorge B. lUjjttys
Mount Hermon Graduating Class to Re
ceive Diplomas This Week.
The Mount Hermon spring com
mencement will take place this week,
beginning Friday evening with the
commencement concert in Memorial
chapel. On Saturday at 2.:'.i) p. m.
commencement exercises will be' held
in Memorial chapel, when Rev. ;eorreltwo weeks
111. Siiencer, pastor of the Fr.lmm Ate. Mrs, William 11. Moore of North Ad
niorial church of Forest Hills lintn pnis, formerly of this to'.vn. is a gues
will give an address.
The students who will graduate and
receive diplomas at this time are Law-
i sang I Dare Not Raise My Boy to Be
j a Soldier to Kill Some Other Mother's
; Darling Boy. Mrs. E. F. Howard show
jed an English walnut that contained
I '2 articles used in the uvemr
I Lome evcrv da v. This was for a sates-
jing contest, won by Mrs. Findk-y. w!;n
11 ned ' guessed IS correctly. She reeeive.l u
handsome skirt h:itiier for : i.iize. Mrs. ;
HoItoii served sandwiches, cakes anj j the det'.'i.dant
tea. All will pleasantly nmcrube- h
dev ices iiicni poiated witi iJl the eonstri't- iVrk. 1'
tioii of the piano,
in the usual uy
, while ut the jiw t:.':ie Pork, live Height
n for playing the piano Beef, dressed ...
defed. without re
alty f the piieusnatic
New Vttik and
In-oige D- s yit'.oiir ui New Haven icpie-s-nted
the coin; !a io:iil . ;-inl Fn-d lick P.
I'i-h ..f i'.-.s; ,:i al ll .b!.j; p. i:..rtl.-tt and
Pobert C. Mitt hell, both ot New Vol k.
' La nib-
Fowls, lie ...
Calf kins, each
TUOMASi niCE, VI. D. OSes drill residence
iiypr Vermont Tinei TJtcV. ITouri. 8 to 0
' . . 1 ti a nd 7 to t p. m.
Oil. V.'. II, IJTT!. 0ff.ee tid rpidsnC9, C
t''m-r liosrt. OH' boars: Mnrntns tintil
M: ',fti-nnr tinfl 2.80; eTnlns tintil 8.
VR. O. 15. HTXKTEft. OiT.ee at residence
Wot l;rt ticfooro. Hours: 8 to 9 a. m.; 1 to
I un'i .Hi to 8 p.m. Tfl. 318.
r-.iue Russell Anderson. Charles Griffin
Birdsall, Elwyn Francis Chase, Eaile
Wilcox Crampton, Ceorge Crawford
Donovan, William John Brown Edgar,
jr.. Charles Pratt Hague, Sherwood
Hall, Percy Charles Kershaw Harrison,
Paul Van Dyck Hoysradt, John Benja
min Hull, Boleslaw Bertrand Ivanck.
Earle Atwood Jones, Irving Davis Mar
shall, Winfred Earle Meniam, Frank
Gray Royce, Carl SchaeiVr, Jaroslav
. .nin, vii.ini-s nu .-inmg, lit'iain .1n1- niear aim saiau supT'er in tne vostrv el
don Wildes. Robin I-.arl Woodruff. 'the Unitarian church. This will be fol
Direetly following these exercises a lowed bv a plav entitled Little Mer
"o-i'uuii "in in- ueiu ny riiiHipai n.iirom tne nook ry i.onise .M. Akott.
Henry Ball has gone to Providence
of Miss Sarah Minot.
A sugar supper will be given by the
Sons of Veterans camp Tuesday even
ing of this week in their hall.
Mrs. A. ' I. Moody and M r-. George
Foreman were speakers at the mission
ary meeting in the home of Mrs. Hatch
at Mt. Hermon March IS.
Mrs. Samuel Sweet of New Bedford.
Mass., lias been with her children in
the home of her parents. Mr. and Mjs.
i. B. Estorbrook, a few days.
On Thursday evening of this week
the Ladies' society will servo cold
meat and salad sup:
HINSDALE. N. H.
".ve -.:nttouu e.i.Ult is .s a
tho il..-...:, bile t j.::,.:v, is
' 1 o:-t:ol!el l-v !j;ia; B;at:!--bori men.
Mi.mcs H. V.'hite bcili at the l...i.l of
. . .'..i;
.Vi) 'l .lO
... .'J a
.OS.'-! X V
ev.'it I'l tl.
II. I. G XI SEN'S, Itytcian an Sargeon.
(H;r, .Harik Work. Ilcurt: 8 to a. m.,
1 V ) and 7 to 8 p. m. Rekidenc. 83 Qresn
tor use on the station coach and in hi.- I le'
trucking business, ( )bl Frank, s-o well''t
known tor many years by residents of th-
village, being about oO yeais old and not
able to do the work lequired. The new
hore is powerfully built, chestnut in col
or, and well fitted for the business.
The spring number of Lelind and Gray
Messenger has just been issued and con
tains several of the essays given at the
junior oratorienl contest, including the
r. ciiTier at 1 ora House, in the even
ing the class day exercises will be held
in the chapel.
On Sunday, March 2, at lii..'.fi Key.
Mr. Spencer will preach. The term will
close at o.r.f) p. m. Tuesdav, March 30.
On Monday evening of this week Cross
Threatening Brush Fires Subdued.
A number of the firemen were call, d out
Friday and Saturday to tight thieatening
brush files, the liist being on the farm on
Tower hill i-H-viipied by John Wilder and
ov. nod by Miss A. M. Barrows. This tire
spi'iad fmiii the mowing into a valuable
lot of yorng pine jind but lr the fact
that the ground was frozen and partially
covered with snow extensive damage would
have been done.
Saturday's tire, which for a time threat
ened nearby building-, was on the sid-
Ii-- town have
BUYING AMERICAN FLOUR
Z'f.i 4 1
iiill in the le.il- of ?dr. Stebl
mis s on
street. It i-; not. known how either lire
originated, but it is 1. resumed that both
wite started tl
Thrown When Horses Became Fright
While Mr. and Mrs. A A. Ba-iev
Groceries and Provisions Retail.
Eggs, fresh. do.en .
I I'rtm crmn
t v,,. Meal, bolted, lb. ..
' Brown Sugar
Salt, T. L, bu
; Flour, joll, 110., bbl
I lour, j-atent ".'..'
Million and Half Sacks Goin Abroad 1 Molasses ".'i:.Cj
Prices at Good Averasc. Raisins !.
Bye Meal, lb
NEW' VOb'K, Mar.-h 22. Foreign Tea, Japan, 16 JiVu .70
governments a.e buying large lets ot Tea, Oolong 40.' .SO
American flour. France is credited Tea, Young Hyson Kei .
with taking 2to,0n0 sacks in the past .Linseed Oil, gal .7'J
few days, Greece 2o.ct..o sa. ks. and Kerosene, gal 12c, 5 gal. for S-.Z
the United Kingdom. Italy. Hollar..!, iKorosene, bt, pal. 15e., 5 gal. fcr .73
and Scandinavia upward of "'!."!,!' Lemons, do i
sacks. Sunn' Hour interests estimate j Cheese, 221
the sales well over these figures, or a 'potatoes, ids .20
total of at least l,.",no,(io) sacks. I Cabbage .0.1
The average price was from 7.:'.o to I Beans, qt 15
f7.u in jute sacks of l',') pounds. Onions 03
hall faculty will
hold a 1 crept ion
C? U. ANDESS05?. Surpcon and Physician.
tsji'if-vy a upeii'idtv. Cilice and residence,
Itril.a Ilr.use, 12,-t Main Ht. Hoars until 10 ft.
n : 1 t.i a.:m and fl to d n. m. 'Phone. 246.
VZ. E. K. IAKC3I, Sltrgeon. Office, Park
I. i'Ji.-., r-oonia 1 and 3, telephone 540, effice
fcr.ur: until 9 a. ui., 'Z to 8 and 7 to 0 p. m. :
Mtht.ei lc.rita!. toVpboim. 201, 9 to 10 ft.
II. .; r"ijnc, 141 Caual at talcphona, 177;
P-.t'f' 11 1-7 RT'Pi'intaiPut only.
Rev. Horace A. Sibley Ordained.
I he ordination of "Rev. Horace .
Sibley into the ministrv of the Congre-j rhe s""-niors of the high school stavt
gational church took "place. Thursdav, j r on t1u'ir tril to Washiuyton, D. '.,
March IS. Mr. Siblev was examined bviFli,ia.v in tlu of spirits an.l with
the Franklin Countv Council of C'ongre-fino weather. Others who accompanied
gational Churches in the mornine. Tn! thorn wore M. T. Moore. Mr. and Mrs.
prize themes. There are also excellent . the afternoon tho following program j V- inrtineau, John Hill, Jese Al
suinmaries of the various topics taken up was carried out: Statement of Mr.Xib- Kr?n' iss Ilertha Holton and "Mis?
in the agricultural extension school in : lev "s ovnminntion l,v Um- v r Vi-ih- Edith Field.
miss, however, the moderator: ordination sermon. Dr. V.. F. Ir. and Mrs. E W. Browi, -.r.
j-m ihannuen or ri.e manu- retni-nmc home item a. visit in Vrnon
facture of guns. 1'rvious to Mr. Ball 's j Satiaday the hore whi. h Mr. P.a'lev w4s
residence in North field he was for :Ui I driving beeame tri-hten.-d at .1 i.n-sin-
team and was soon unmanageable. Botti
were thrown out and Mrs. Bailey was
tendered unconscious by the fall, but it is
hoped that she did "not rcreive any set ion
injuries Mr. Bailey iva severely shak- n
U, but received no injuries of a serinu
yea is inspector of guns in tho Winehes
ter Repeating Arms Co. of New Haven.
Rev. G. A. Johnston-Boss of Union
Theological seminary. New York,
preached at Mount Hotmon Sunday
morning and evening and spoke in Sage
chapel, Northfield seminary, at o p. m.
V.. E. WHITE, M. I). (Oeueral Practitioneip).
OiU r.irja.H, 4 anil tf, Crosby aloclc. Houri;
8 t-- .) 1. in., I t 3 cd 7 to 8 p. m. Regl-ilm-n
20 llroTa Wt. TlepVion, 717.
or.TiAK & EDIT, Optometrists, 1 KUiiit 8t.
titci-.nlisln in cwiieolioa ui defective
Ksaiiiiuutiun, 'i to 12 a. ui., l.'JO to 5
p. i. V.vt-riins, Monday and Saturday, 7 to 9.
f r -oi-i t -iien te at your cun vcnienc". Tel.. S8-M.
A I. MILLER,
OR'c" h-iurs: 8
Hooker block. Brattle
to 9. 1 to ti. 0.30 to 8.
DU. C. O. wheeler, OEteopatlilo Physician
1'.! 0rj.hy blacV. Office hours: 10 to 12 a.
in., C ti p. ra. Other bouii by appoint-n-i'-o-.
'JVlc)iunn cour.et-tions! 9 Spruce St.
XI ii. G3ACE V. BURNETT, Piysiclan and
feu:vKa. Marknt block. Elliot St. Office
h-.mn- 8.30 to SO a. in., 1.30 to 2.30 and
V - '. p. m. Tel-ylione, 744-W.
Ii. NOYF.9, M. D Eye. Ear, Nose and
Tti(t. 9 to l'J, 1 to 5, Wednesday and
f".i'tir-li.y efcRinsH. Otlaer hours and Sundays
ty aT-pointmeut. Appointments for glasses fit
t.ii nia.lrt hv tr,r.:l or 'ri&ouo. American Rid.
DS 0. 3. CIiAr.E, "Dentist, "Waitney block.
ht' :Urn. T.-Unlioiic, 50 3.
?Ot":sr E. GALE. Attomay at Law. Gniltord,
t Tcu'Tilionfi. 302.
t'A.-'iSlua SCHWE.VX. Attomeya
ti r.i.f. 'T.era at Lw, Erattltihoro, Vt.
fV.Ay.7- E. BAItSSE, Attorney at
R"0-n 7, Crogtiy bhct. Brattlitmro.
tOTXZZT C. EACOII. Attorney at Law.
Y, .-.inn 1. L'lli-ry H iitdinc. 1'mttleborn.
O. ErmJCiliE37Lawyer. Telephone, 739-W.
lanuary. Headers miss, however
humorous page ot lfds and the alumni
notes which were omitted from this issue,
but which formerly served to give the
real school flavor nnd added greatly to the
inteiest of the magazine.
A meeting of the surgical dressing sec
tion was held in the Congregational vestry
March IS, a fair number being present.
Another box was packed, containing about
-7- yards of bandages in rolls, 414 al
sorhent pads, IN fracture pillows, Ui 'J'
bandnges, TOi wipes and one flannel band.
A letter received from headquarter at
New York was shown by the president.
Mrs. O. V. Follett, which gave a list o
rhe various hospitals, 54 in number, which
have been supplied during the winter by
surgical dressings from the American com
mittee. The hospitals surmlied are mostlv
in France, a few being in Sorvia.
Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Y. L. Moore
ate glad to note the great improvement
in the condition and health of their daugh
ter, Margaret, 4, who as the result of a
fall and a weakened condition of her back
and one leg from infantile paralysis when
about two years old was taken early last
fall with what seemed to be total paraly
sis of both legs, her hands also being
si'inewhi't affected.. It was feared at first
that the little girl would never walk
again, but with the aid of salt water
baths, massage, and other strengthening
treatment she is now able to walk a few
steps alone. It seems now only a question
of time when she can again be out at
play. She is a cheerful little girl and has
been verv patient under her affliction.
F. E. Emrich of Boston; charge of the j last week packing and skipping their
candidate, Rev. A. C. Fay of Krving; I furniture to New York. V. V. Coo
ordination prayer. Rev. .1. East H:irri-iwill have charge of Mr. Brown's real
son of Mount Hermon, who with Rev. estate business for the present. Mr.
A. A. Brown of Millers Falls and Rev.
S. C. Bartlett of Colrain set the candi
date apart by the laying on of hands;
giving ot the right hand of fellowship,
Rev. E. M. Frary.
The choir rendered an anthem and
I'rof Lawrence of Mt. Hermon sang
two solos. Mrs. Sibley was presented
by Mrs. A. (.. Moody, in behalf of the
women of the church with flowers. Din
ner was served to 110 at noon in the
Other ministers fiom the county who
were present were Rev. Arthur Rud
man, Greenfield; Rev. A. C. Martin,
Turners Falls; Rev. H. L. Packard.
Shelburne Falls; Rev. L. B. Chase, Sun
derland; Rev. George Allen, Wendell;
Rev. S. G. Wood, Winchester, N. H.;
Rev. G. E. Sibley, West Swanzey, N.
H.; Rev. W. S. Anderson, Montague.
Some of tho sales wjre--ut through p. jV. E. Bean? ..
I ignnr.g Pure Lara . .".
snck. thisiLard, compound
takings j Homo-ma.
t Brooms .
low at so.'.'o
f.it r bushels cr
v. -mid represent
a total vdieut
jVh'h 1O0 Viti-hels.
FIRE AT ENOSBURG FALLS.
Creamery and Grist
' with Loss of
MLMAN k IIELYAR. Surreyort
ti'i'tm- Knchie.MH. 'ill., 140-W
0. C. EILUKOS, rercnt"y Firgt A8itant
('iHiniisc-inpr ef Patents, Sulioitor and Attor
re .ti i'ifnt nr.fi Tr.idf-?f ark Cases. Sey-r-"-.'.r.
fivniour. Mfrth & Itiuinns. 71 Bilwy,
y.nTk ' .VrC!'n ni'lg- Wa'iington. D. C.
M!K3WS CO, Wbolanale and Retail
T).r In CohI f h tinds. Office. 6
V'f-i'i .s. Hr:!l.pro.
MOHAii h Cf. fl!rtltl 10
T h' 8M B'-nlS.-'. ...... Vi
"Domestic Science Teacher to Marry.
Miss Charlotte Reid, who has been
teacher of domestic science in the hiyh
1 school since last September, has re-
signea. Jsne lias tieen a popular teach
er. Miss Reid will be married May 10
at the home of hef cousin, Miss Anne
Holbrook, in Ossining, N. Y., to
Philip Tower Lamoml, who is in charge
of the Ward's Sons Steel company's
Brown will lie installed nastor of the
St. Nicholas avenue Presbyterian
church of New York citv Thursdav,
March 2". The large number of friends J
whom Dr. and Mrs. Brown are leaving
in Northfield wish them continued pros
perity. Mr. and Mrs. Bailey of Hinsdale were
driving from South Yernon toward
Northtield Saturday about o'clock
when the horse became fiichtened on
the railroad bridge, overturned the
inifigy, throwing tho occupants out,
freed himself from the rig- and ran to
1' U. 'Tyler's lot, where he became en
tangled in a wire fence and was caught
by Mr. Tyler. Mr. and Mrs. Bailey
were badly scratched and shaken up.
but returned to Hinsdale by train early
in the evening. The rig is owned by
W. Smith of Hinsdale.
Twenty-two members of Mrs. N. Fay
Smith's class met in the home of Mrs.
George Holton Friday afternoon and
held a delightful social. Each woman
pledged to earn $1 and in May another
social vail be held. At this meeting
each woman must tell in rhyme how
she earned tho money. The money
earned will be used for the purchase or
tablecloths for the church, for use at
church suppers. Mrs. F. C Britton
Hans Laaby is at home
for a short vacation.
Miss Ethel Ward went to her
Lvijniiiisier, Mass., M.uth IS.
Howard Caiitlin has gone t Springfield,
t., where he has employment.
Miss Xonie Piuvell of Grceniield, Mass.,
spin Sunday at her home here.
Miss Mvra Owen went Monday t Great
Neck, E. I., for an indefinite stay.
Mr. nnd Mrs. E. C. Robertson woie in
Albany, N. Y-. from Wednesday to Fiid.iy.
Peter Yianeault has moved from the
Brigs farm to H. H. Dole's home at Doles
Junction. " I
Mrs. Fred Watsim of Noi thtufd, Mass.,
sited her sister, Mrs. 1). C. Nims. briefly
Mrs. E. J. Richards entertained the
Knitting club Thursday, Maich IS. A
silver tea was served.
Patrick Gould. John Hildreth, Mr. and
Mrs. Orbu Whitney and daughter of
Brattleboro were guests Sunday at D. .V.
Miss Eileen Maginnis entertained a par
ty of her little school ti lends 1 hui silay,
March IS, the occasion being her sixth
1 i r t h d a v a n n i ver sa ry .
1 Corned Beef
ENOSBUIIO FALLS, Mar.h '22. A i0rtofhouse Steak"
hie whico. threatened tne south fri'1r;ouuj Steal;
of this village yesterday destroyed t he -ar!,3 whole
creamery and choose factory of the f-. I H.mj! minced .". "."
II. Turner estate of Worcester, Mass.. j Sliced' Ham .
nnd L. L. Marsh's grit mill. catisi;:g h a'mb cba .".""
a loss of $:?0.000. divided about equally LnmJl L:n1 qnart(.r
between the mill and Thayer propel ty. 1 J.arrb, fere quarter
The lire is believed to Lave had its ! I 'H"kon-i
origin in the boiler 10:111 of tho cream-1 Mutton, hind quarter
ery. A number of dwellings near thejFcwls
. . . .16
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Why send your money
eway for "bargain roof
ingr" when you can get
the beak roofing at a
reasonable prico of your
own local dealer whom
you know ?
A mas in Iowa got a I
guarantee on a cheap
roofing, but when he
wanted the guarantee
made good, the comoany
Buy materials that last
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Sr-"'--Ji- - Vff r '- " Willi rirt
Tall Boarder Last night 1 saw your
new boarder, the magician, perform.
He produced rabbits, pigeons and ev
erything. Landlady This is the last day heTl
get to produce his board.
vears old, has
of Chicago as 1 if.
Harold Fishbein, 1
entered the university
the youngest student ever admitted to
the institution. Bis mother can neither
rend nor write. His father is versed
onlv in Hebrew.
is guararfecd in writing 5 years fcr 1-ply,
10 years tor 2-p!y, and 15 years for 3-pIv,
and the responsibility of our big mills
stand behind this guarantee. It qual
ity is the highest and its price the most
General Roofing Mfg. Company
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Plastic Roof ine Cemeat
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DOINGS OF THE VAN LOONS
Things aren't exactly coming Father's way
Mr.tv., 1702. Vt., 27-23. N. H., 220
lit .'i.:oaatilc Prices Correct Service
Autos In Season.
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