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THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY KEFOUMKK. 1 TODAY, JANUARY 31? 1919.
SOUTH NEWFANE. si h ft k J, ft If-. u it a r. ft .i A ii I, r; 'i i J. it a ft r. a H K u s r. 5 !e i, U i.'' B ? tf t fa to PROPERTY FOR SALE BY THE BRATTLEBORO TRUST COMPANY (ACENT) IN BRATTLEBORO - ' House and barn, 98 High Street; 7 rooms and bath; good garden. Price $3,600. - House and lot on Oak Grove Avenue; 8 rooms and bath. Price f o quick sale, $4,000. 60-acre farm; fine buildings with modern plumbing; 2 miles from postoffice. Price $8,000. Johnson farm, so-called, on upper West Dumrrierston road; 50 acres; 2y2 miles from postoffice. Price $2,800. Woodworking and blacksmith business for sale; complete equipment and tools; fine oppor tunity for a practical carpenter and blacksmith ; business has been successfully conducted by R. G.Boyd. . John Sheldon farms in Dummerston,N on main road to Putney ; 200 acres ; 3 sets of build ings; will sell stock, wagons and complete out fit. Price right. 135-acre farm in East Putney, 300 sugar trees; estimated 380,000 feet standing timber; house with modern plumbing. Price $5,000. , Mrs! Clinton (Kendall) Miller. Mis. Samuel 'Morse received news ' of tlie death of lier granddaughter, Mrs. Clinton Ellis (Georgiana Kendall) Miller, at her home in Loa Angeles, Cal., of pneu monia following influenza, after an ill ness of about two weeks. On the day Mrs. Miller was taken ill with influenza her .husband w hile down town on business a few. hours earlier, was seized with the ! disease and was taken to a hospital. When Mrs. Miller became more seriously ill, and her husband was unable to come home, she asked that her mother, Mrs. I A. G. Kendall of San Bernardino, Cal., be sent for and the fact that her mother! aiso was ill with influenza at home liad to be explained to her. . Mrs. Miller was cared for '"by three nurses. After 10 days Mr Miller was allowed to go home and his wife died three days later. Besides her husband and parents she leaves four little bovs. the youngest three days I old at. the time of his mother's death, also two sisters, Mrs. Samuel G. Reed of Beaumont. Texas, and Mrs. George S. Brackett of Sacramento, Cal. Mrs. Miller had spent several summers hera Avith her grandmother and came here for vacations while a student at Welleslev college. She was a' young wom an of unusual talent, had been president of the Los Angeles Woman's elurj, was an efficient worker along social lines, but was especially devoted, to her family and ! home life 16-acre farm in Westmoreland on river road; story-and-a-half house and barns; mile from Dummerston Station. Price $1,100. We invite inspection of the above described properties. . BRATTLEBORO TRUST COMPANY PAINTING AND PAPERH ANQING AND ALL THEIR BRANCHES Walter F. Spear 16 Walnut St. Tel. 395-M EXCLUSIVE UNDERTAKING EMBALMEBS -utoinobile service Tel. 264-W BRATTLEBOEO, VT. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. DR. THOMAS RICE, physician and surgeon. 15J Main St. Tel. 291. Ulricc hours, 1-J anil in the evening. W. J. KAINE, M. D. Physician and Sur ton. Office, Room 10, I'llery Building. Hours 8.30-9.30; 1.30-3.00 : 7-8. Office 'phone, 351. Ret Mence. 230 Elliot St.. 'phone 405-M. C. K. ALDRICH, M. D. Hours: 12.30 to 2.30, to 8. Office phone, 165-W; house, 165-R. X-rsv work a specialty. G. R. ANDERSON, Surgeon and Physician Surgery a specialty. Office and residence Brooks House. 128 Main St. Hours: After noons, 1.30 to 3; evenings, 7 to 8, except Tues days and Fridays. Sundays by appointment . ily. 'Phone. 246. ' DR. GRACE W. BURNETT, Physician and Surgeon. Market block, Elliot St. Office hours: 8.30 to 9.30 a. tn., 1.30 to 2.30, and 7 to 8 p. m. Telephone, 744-W. BROOKLINE. Mrs. Charles tlosterman of-Dorchester, Mass.. is . recovering from an attack of influenza. ' John M. Stratton of Brattleboro visited his parents, ' Div and Mrs. John S. Strat ton, Tuesday. Mrs. David Goodell has been at the Re treat in Brattleboro for treatment for several weeks. William Bruce, jr., writes from1 Santi ago dc Cuba that they are having hot days there, like summer. Mi-s. G. M. Love was notified Monday of the death of her cousin, Dr. Nathan C Morse of Eldora, Iowa. The adult Bible class will meet at L. V. Shepard's Friday evening tor election of officers and to plan for a social. The Ladies' Benevolent societv will meet next Wednesday afternoon with Mrs Charles E. Brown. There is work to be done. The Womens' Mission circle will meet next Tuesday. The hour and place of meeting will be announced Sunday. Mis. Love will have charge of the program A telephone on line 11 has been put in at Henry CV Smead's. Miss Townshend and Mrs. Love are on line 23 and are the only subscribers on that lino at present. The pupils of the village school held a social in the schoolroom Tuesday 'evening. Mrs. Farnum, teacher, and invited puests, were present and spent the evening in sociability and paraes. The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. John Carey oA Brookside was taken Monday to a hospital for infants in Boston, for a surgical operation. Mr. Carey and Mrs. IT -1 . 1 - nitney, scnooi nurse, went with tne child. A number of the men gathered at Dr. John S. tratton's Tuesday for a wood cutting bee. Some of the men chopped, others with teaiiav hauled the wood to the dooryard. where still others were ready to saw it into stove lengths. Members and friends of the Ladies' Ben- tR. H. P. GREENE, Physician and Surgeon. Office. Bank block. Hours: 9.30 to 10 a. m., I to 3, and 7 to 8 p. m. Residence, 88 Green St. Telephone connection. DR. S. It, LYNCH, Surgeon. Office, Park Bldg., rooms, 1 and 3; telephone, 540. Office hours: Until 9 a. m., 2 to 3, and 7 to 9 p. m.; Melrose hospital, telephone 201. 9 to 10 a. m. Residence, 141 Canal St.. telephone, 177. Sun tfays by appointment only. Hun Praises Work of Yanks. Mr. and Mrs. Frank L. Potwine re ceived Jan. 28 a letter from their son. Private Roy A. Potwine of the head quarters company, 28th infantry, 1st division, written Dec. 19 in a little town in Germany where he is stationed. In it he enclosed a clipping from a newspaper giving a German prisoner praise of the work -of the 1st division in a battle in which Private Potwine was wounded. The Hun prisoner said: "I received orders to hold the grounds at all costs. The young Amer ican barrage advanced toward my po sition and the work of your artillery was marvelous. The barrage was so dense that it was impossible for us to move out of our dugouts. Following the barrage closely were the troops of the 1st division. I saw them forge ahead and knew that all was lost. All night I remained in my dugout, hop ing vainly that something would hap pen that would permit me to rejoin my army. This morning your troops found me, and here I am, after four years of fighting, a prisoner. "lesterday I knew that the 1st di vision was opposite us, and I knew we would have to put up .the hardest fight of the war. The 1st division is wonderful and the German army knows it. We did not believe that within five years the Americans could devel op a division such as this 1st division. The work of its infantry and artillery is worthy of the best armies in the world." DR. A. I. MILLER. Hooker block. Brattle- Wo, Office hours: 8 to 9. 1 to 2, 6 JO to 8. W. R. NOYES, M. D., Eye. Ear. Nose and Throat, 9 to 12, 1.30 to 5. Wednesday and Sat urday evenings. Other hours and Sundays by appointment. Appointments f;r glasses fittings made by mail or 'phone. American Bldg. Residence. 12 Grove l Office. Leonard block. 1.30 to 3. and 7 to 8. Telephone, 29-W. iR. HENRY TUCKER. Bt. ; telephone, 258. Hours: DR. H. L, WATERMAN. Office, Abbott's mug., Llliot M Hrs.: 1.30-3. 6.30 8. Tel. 42-W. W. H. LANE, M. D., 117 Main St. Hours: t to 3 and 7 to 8 except Sundays. Tel. 789-W. Miss Annie Osgood was at home from Brattleboro over Sunday. Mrs. Burton Clark spent the week end with relatives in South Vernon. John Webb and daughter, Miss Edith Webb, are visiting his brother, A. B. Webb. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Amsden of Gas- setts and Lrnest hitney of Town shend spent Sunday with ,K. II. Welling ton. The Popular Choice People of culture tasfce and refine ment are keen for health, simplicity and contentment. Thousands of these people choose the cereal drink INSTANT POSTUM as their table bev erage in place of tea or coffee. a Healthful Economical Delicious (Reading Acflverlllseiniie C-Oas IHleDpedl M Make tits' Touds '( ." 1 Jim Hawkins props his feet on the rose festooned porch railing in an Oregon .suburb and reads the same motor car advertisement that Cousin Peter is studying as he rides home from work in the New , York subway. In Arizona you can buy the same tooth paste and tobacco that are used by the folks in Maine. . California fruit growers advertise their oranges and lemons to .!the people of the East. New Hamp shire factories make ice creamv freezers for Texas households. There can be no division in a coun try so bound together by .taste, habit and custom. You can: meet up with anybody in ; the United States and quickly get ' ; ( ... on a conversational footing because you both read the same advertise ments. ; ' . Advertising is the daily guide to what's' good 'to buy. Advertisements give you the latest news from the front line of busi ness progress. Reading advertisements enables yoif ldTgetrmore for your money because they tell you where, what and when to buy. ... . .K , , .. And itjis a well-known fact that advertised' goods are more reliable and betterV values than the unad vertised kinds. evolent society met Wednesday afternoon at Mrs. John' Morse's for a sewing bee for Mrs. Merton Mone,!' who has not fullv recovered from influenza with which all of the family were ill A few weeks ago. Harrv M. Whitaker. ' railway postal clerk, who has been spending a few weeks! with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Julius L. j hitaker, has been assigned to service ; in the New York city postal district and will be ' at the Grand Central station a few months. Last, winter Mr. Whitaker held a position for three months in the same city. . , 1 This village continues to maintain ita reputation lor healthful climate and long evity. There are residing within one third of a mile of each other at this time Mrs. W. E. Bingham, in her, 80th year; J. A. Kelsey, in his Slst vear: J. If. Fisher, 85; Dr. J. S. Stratton, 83; Mrs. St ration, in her SOth year: and Mrs. S. Morse, 90. Last week L. II. Knapp, 81, of West Brattleboro, was .a guest on the same street. lie is a native of the village. Mrs. Samuel Morse's 90Ui birthday an niversary was observed Jan. 23 quietly. More than 30 neighbors and friends called informally to extend congratulations. Her daughters, Mrs. Love and Mrs. A. M. Merrifield, served cake aud ice cream. One of the cakes was made bv .Mrs. Morse. She is in excellent health, with perfect hearing, good eyesight and is more active than many younger women. She received many postcards, letters, telephone mes sages and tokens of regard, flowers from relatives and from the. Ladies' Benevolent society of which she has leen a member since, its organization in 1SS8. v. pres., Mrs. Clara Hamilton; sec., Mrs. Luey R. Kellogg; treas., Mrs. Ella J. Robinson; directors, Mrs. A. B. Stark, Mrs. J. A. Muzzey and Mrs. Ed na Burnap; .director of work, Mrs. Kel- JAMAICA. Prosperous Year for Industrial Society. The annual meeting of the Ladies' Industrial society was held Wednesday i with Mrs. F. A. Ballard. The secretary reported 18 meetings held, the principal work being the making aprons and pnlmlenf hats and baskets. The treas urer reported a net gain for the year f $4(3.0.1, also a $100 Liberty bond j bought. The old. board of officers was re-elec ted with one exception and stands as follows: Pres.. Mrs. Jennie Ballard: EAST JAMAICA. L. E. Grout, who is ill with iutluenza, is improving. A. W. Kidder has been suffering the past week with a lame back. , h II. Peck was at home over Sundu from his work with the bridge gang. Miss Mildred Patterson went Sunday to George Dompier's in West Townshend where she will assist a few weeks. The annual business meeting and elec tion of officers of the East Jamaica Farm er's club will be held Tuesday evening. Feb. 4. Mr. aud Mrs. A, L. Howe and little Thelma Deceit of Wet Townshend werj at G. II. Gleason's Sunday to visit their son, who is convalescing from influenza. BREAKS A COLD IN FEW HOURSTRY IT! First dose of Pape's Cold Compound relieves all grippe misery. Don't stay stuffed-up! . Quit blowing and snuflling! A. dose of .'Tape's Gold Com pound" taken every two hours until three doses are taken will end grippe misery and break up a severe cold either in the head, chest, body or limbs. It promptly opens elogged-up nos trils and air passages; stops nasty dis charge or nose running; relieves sick headache, dullness, feverishness, sore throat, sneezing, soreness and stiffness. "Pape's Cold Compound" is the quickest, surest relief known and may be had at nil drag stores. It acts without assistance, tastes nice, asd causes no inconvenience Don't accept a substitute. Advt. , Polish. Mops and Brushes " WALL paper remnant sale "V l Your Choice of 50 Bargain Lots rattSeboro China Store f ;r( V(Wall Paper, Window Shades . Cameras and Supplies CARNATIONS .TZ.r i: We, ars-cutting a nice bunch of high-grade lis -every morning. : - v Order yours at once. . . HOPKINS The Florist n 118 Main Street I t It Pays to Advertise in The Reformer. DR. C. O. WHEELER, Osteopathic Physician, J10 Barber Bids. Office hours: 10 to 12 and 2 to 4. Treatment by sppointment. Tel. 219-VV. CHASE A CHASE, Attorneys at Law, S Bar ber Building. Second Floor. Telephone 914. JOHN E. GALE, Attorney at Law, Guilford Vt. Telephone, 302-W. DR. C. S. BARBER, Dentist, Brattleboro. HASKINS A SCHWEHK, Attorneys and Counsellors at Law. BrattleHoro. Vt. FRANK S. BARBER, Attorney at . Law. Barber Building,. Brattleboro. B. HUGHES, Lawyer. Telephone. 739-W. BARROWS CO., Wholesale and Retail Dealers in coals of all kinds. Office, 37 Mais St.. Brattleboro. BOND & SON, Exclusive nndortaking. tomobile wrice. Telephone, 264-W. 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