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THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY REFORMER; FRIDAY, JULY 1G, 1020.
' 1 J Sure Death to Coras "Gets It" Makes 'Em Los Their Grip and Lift Off Painlessly. 8 The first thing "Geta-It" does when It lauds on a corn or callus is to snutl out the pain. Then It shrivels the corn or callus and loosens it. -Gtta-W Hpella riBiib" for Cons - Soon. It Is almost ready to fall off. You help It just a little by lift inff it oft 'twixt thumb and linger. You don't even feel it, because there is no hurt left in it. Millions have proved it the cleanest, surest, safest and most pleasant method. "Gets-It." the never failing', guar anteed money-back corn remover costs but a trifle at any drug1 store. Mi d by 13. Lawrence fc Co. Chicago. Sold in Brattleboro and recommend ed by C. F. Thomas and Wilfred F. Root. Make your car look up to date You'll like our auto things first ; rate. No automobile comes from the factory with a full complement of 'the things it needs. There are ', many first -clasa little refinements to be found in a first-class auto supply ihop that you really need, l'ay us a visit and get acquainted with your aut wants. Let Brattleboro 's Auto Doctor , look after your car's health John E. Smith & Co. Cor. Main and High Streets Tel. 34-W IBonb & XCLUSTVE UNDERTAKING EMBALMERS Automobile service Tel. 264-W BRATTLEBORO, VT. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. E. L. TRACY Physician and Surreon, 214 iia St. Office hours: 8 to 9 a. m., 1 to 3 p. m. ' U Ih n T.I OCX lu DhJU y, ill. ici. y R. B. E. WHITEPhysiclaii and Surgeon, arber Building. Rooms 205 and 206. Hour: J and 7-8 p. m. Office tel. 717-VV rea 717-R. JR. G. B. HUNTER, umce at retideoce, West Brattleboro. Hours: 8 to 9 a m: 1 to 2. and 6 30 to 8 p. m. Telephone, 318. . DR. THOMAS RICE, Pbyalcian and Surgeon, l.rJ Main St, Tel. 291. Office hours: 1 to 3, and in the evening. . WVJ AINEM. D., Physician and Surgeon. Office. Room 10, Ullery Building. Hours: 8.30 tO;9.30; 1.30 to 3.00; 7 to 8. Office 'phone. 429-W. Residence, 75 hrost at., 'phone 4jy-K. C. R. ALDRICH. M. D. Hours: 12.30 to 230 t to 8. Office 'phone, 165-W; house, 165-R. X-ray work a specialty. i R. ANDERSON, Surgeon and Physician, irgery a specialty. . Office and residence, ookt House, 128 Main St. Hours: After- n s, 1.30 to 3; evenings,. 7 to 8, except lues- s and Fridays, aunaays Dy appointment y. 'i-none, R. GRACE W. BURNETT, Physician and urgeon. Market block, tUUot t. uthce iun: 8.30 to 9-3U a. ra., l.JU to Z.JU, ana 7 to 8 lm. Telephone, 744 W. R. H. P. GREENE, Physician and Surgeon. Otlice, Bank block. Hours: 9.30 to 10 a.m., 1 to 3. and 7 to 8 p. m. Residence, 88 Green St. Telephone connection. F.PWARD R. LYNCH, M. D. Surgery a ape rialty. Office Park Building. 'Phone, 540. Hours, 1 to 4 p. m.; 7 to 9 p. in. Residence 141 Canal St. 'Phone, 177. Sundays by ap pointment only. DR7Ai7MII.IER, Hooker block. Brattle boro. Office hours: 8 to 9, 1 to 2, 6.30 to 8. VT . A J . 1- .3, lu. -J", l."1! wow Hww. lliroat.. 9 to 12, 1.30 to 5. Wednesday and Sat-' nrla evening. Others hours and Sundays by appointment. Appointments for glasses fittings niade by mail or 'phone. American Bldg. DR7H E KRY'lU CKER. Residence, 12Crove St.; telephone, 258. Office, Leonard block. Hour: 1 to 3, and7 to 8. Telephone. 29-W. litt. H. L. WATERMAN. Office. 117 Main St ' Ovff Kiiech's store. Hrs.: 1.30-3. 7-8. Tel. 42-W. yR. LANE, M. C, 117 Main St. Hours: 1 jo 3 and 7 to 8, except Sundays. Tel. 789-W. DR. C. G7WHEELER, Osteopathic Physician. 110 Barber Bldg. Office hours: 10 to 12 and 2 to 4.. Treatment by appointment. Tel. 219-W. ( TOHN ETaTe, Attorney at Law. Guilford. Vt. Telephone. 302-W. i DR. G. F. BARBER, Dentist. Union block. Wirattlrboro. j IHASE 4 HUGHES, Attorneys; practice in 1 Mate ana U. 3. iouni, oo main ou ia-( hone. 914. irTM it SCRVENE. Attorney and . T - .u Rrattlrhnrn. Vt. FRANC E. BARBER, Attorney Brhfr Rmlilintf. BrattlfWo. at Law. BARROWS CO., Wholesale and Retail Dealer in coal of all kinda. Office, 37 Main Si.. RratMebnn ' VOnxTiiSOK, FscTinlTa XJb&tXH-. Auto mobUa aervice. Talep&d&Cj JMW. I Gta-It,( I Hpella At, v jr WHERE .1 1 TQJVNSHEND. Mrs. Miller of Pennsylvania is a guest at the home of her daughter, Mrs. C. StratifT. Trof. and Mrs. S. O. Salmon returned Monday from a vacation with relatives in LongIsland. Mr. and Mrs. tvalph Cole and daughter, Thel'ma, of Sastons Kiver visited relatives in the village this week. - Sam Cobb has been spending a few days with his sister in Bondville" at Dr. Kstabrook's summer, home. , ' Mis. E. F. Tage returned Saturday from Brattleboro, where she had been helping in the home of William Cushman. Mrs. L. C. MacGibbon and sons, Ken neth and Donald, are guests at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Gould. Prof, and Mrs. F. U. landman and sons of Wolfboro, X. IT., are visiting her mother, Mrs. Hattie Ulood, and other rel atives in town. Mrs. Flora' Howard and daughter. Miss Stella Howard, of Chicopee Falls, Mass., were fruests at the home of C. C. Robin son this week. Mrs. I. E. Chase, Merton and Miss Kate Chase went Sunday to Xorth Straf ford to visit at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Merle Willis. Mr. and Mrs. II. J. Heath are enter taining his sister, Mrs. Mariette Nichols, and niece, Mrs. George II. Nichols, both of Endicott, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Crosier of Guil ford and Mrs. H. W. Brooks of New York have been guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alton llolden. A meeting of the Hadassah league will be held Friday afternoon in the home of Mrs. D. G. Smythe. Mrs. Smythe and Mrs. W. L. Tenney will be hostesses. Lyman Gale, who'has been suffering sev eral months with a large abscess on his back, had it operated upon recently, lie is unable to do his usual farm work. Mins Mabel Nelson of Iowa, who came east to attend tlie tTongregational Council at Boston, has been a guest in the home of Miss Catherine Plant the past week. Mrs. W. W. Barry of Saxtons River and Mrs. Addie Livermore of Bellows Falls spent tle week-end at A. W.Barry's, also visiting at the home of E. E. Knapp. Mrs. Abbie Martin and son, Clarence Martin, of Winhall were guests of Mrs. Daisy Williams Saturday and she accom panied them on an automobile trip to Brattleboro. Dr. and Mrs. John Bnrnham of Middle town, Conn., called on friends in the village Sunday. Dr. Bnrnham was a .res ident of the town about 25 years ago, living near Scott bridge. Mrs. W. O. Davis returned Saturday from Brattleboro, where she has Wen a month recovering from an operation in the Memorial hospital. Slie spent the past two weeks at the home of her sister. At the Baptist church Sunday morning Rev. C. W. Bistion gave an interesting account of his. trip to Newport and the state Baptist convention. The account will be continued at the morning service next Sunday. John Evans, who has been spending several weeks at the Dale summer home, returned to his home in Springfield, Mars., w;th his father, C. H. Evans, last week. Master Maynard Taft accompa nied him for a few da'' visit. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Holt and Mrs. Mabel Alderman of Hartford, Conn., spent the week-end at the Smythe sura- jmer home. Prof. I). w. Smythe has closed his school at Hartford and came 1 with them to remain for the summer. Mrs. Lottie Holden and Mrs. Inez Moore are making the trip every otlier day to East Jamaica to assist Dr. G. T. Gale in carfng for George Battles, who has been moved to B. Sage's home from the Memorial hospital. Mr. Battles has lain Cor tlirce years with a broken back as the result of an injury when teaming on West hill. An enjoyable meeting of the Home club w&3 held at the home of Mrs. Charles Mills Wednesday afternoon. Alout If! members were present and responded to the roll call. The president, Mrs. R. II. Bosworth, took charge of the program and gave a reading and recitation. Mrs. Ellen Plumb also gave an interesting reading. Several piano solos were given by Miss Margaret Mills. Refreshments were served and a social time was en joyed. v The young people of the Baptist church are being urged to. bring pencil an'd paper to the service Sunday mornings and take notes. A Bible is promised at the end of the month to the child having the best written report of the services, the matter to be decided by a committee of three adults. At the morning service July 4, after the singing of a patriotic nntliem bv t lie choir, tlic young p,;rp!e of the church arose and with the pastor gave the flag salute. Beatrice Casey, 13, who was burned ser iously July 5, is recovering and is able to be up for a short time. , Beatrice, with other playmates, was celebrating with crackers and fireworks when in some un known way her underclothing caught fire, burning her back from the end of the spine to the shoulders, the burns being quite deep over one kidney. ' An older sister, Miss Agnes Casey, succeeded in rolling the girl in a blanket and smoth ering the flames, which- in a short time would have overcome her. WEST HALIFAX. The Grange will hold a dance in the hall Friday, July 23. Ice-cream and cake will be setved. The Clancy Kids Life's Just One Toss Up After Another PERCY L. CROSBY 2) ty ih McClur Newspaper Sndicat ill GUILFORD. Mrs. A. J. Blandin has gone to Springfield, Mass., to visit. v Miss Everett of New York city is boarding at F. A. Jacobs 'a. Clayton, Clyde and Ruth Baker had their tonsils and adenoids -removed at the Melrose hospital last week. Mrs. Anna Weatherbee and daugh ter, Louise, of Newtonville, Mass., have been visiting their cousin, Mrs. Joel Flagg. M.rs. H. H. Cushman of Yonkers, N. Y., accompanied by her daughter, Miss Abbie Cushmart, visited her brother, Daniel Lyon, Tuesday. Ralph Moreton has returned from Philadelphia and has resumed his work at the Holstein-Friesian office. The family expect soon to move to Brattle boro. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Johnson, Miss Helen Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. Har old Johnson returned Thursday from a 10-lays' stay at Sunset lake. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Johnson will return to Norwich, Conn., soon. . About 15 relatives made a surprise visit Friday to George Coombs of South Londonderry, who was visiting his brother, Fred Coombs, the occasion being his 70th birthday anniversary. A picnic supper was enjoyed out doors and Mr. Coombs was presented a sum of money. About 90 friends of Perry Squires gathered at his home Friday evening to help him celebrate his 21st birthday anniversary. Dancing was enjoyed during the evening. His father pre sented him a cheek for $100 and his friends gave him about $30, besides many other gifts. Ice cream and cake were served, also a handsome birthday cake, lighted with 21 candles, inadi by his mother, Mrs. E. P. Squires. Mr. and Mrs. Edward II. Squires were present from Westmoreland, N .II., al so several from Brattleboro. GUILFORD CENTER. . George Sessions of Greenfield, is visit ing his son, G. E. Sessions. Mrs. Ella Ogden of Newton Highlands came Saturday for a visit with her son and daughter. j Miss J. Millard and Mrs. Weever of Boston and Mrs. Upham of Medford are boarding at A. E. Yeaw's. , . Robert Kent and friend from Mont clair, N. J., are spending a week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. Kent. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Monnier and child of Hartford, Conn., spent one night last week with Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Thayer. Three children of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Baker were operated on for the removal of tonsils and adnoids last week. They are doing well. The following program will be given at the regular meeting of Broad Brook Grange Saturday evening: Sonsr by choir, recitation by Florence Bullock,, rcadinsr by Mrs. C. K. Earnum, ques- tion, 'WTiat Can We do to Improve our Idle Land? Vocal selection by Miss Margaretta llenrv. a paper by Frank Houghton on A Model Housekeeper, A paper by Mrs. Edith Quinn on a Model Man About the House. WHITINGHAM. Charles Van has recovered from measles. Luther Boyd has bought Albert Al lard 'a new Dort. touring car. .. -, C. E. Putnam was ill the first of the week and Dr. Walsh was called. Josephine Carrier is visiting her tint, Mrs. Tinkham, in Colerain, Mass. T, IT R.iwver lino enl.l tVio Plinrlea Allnrd farm to a man from Buffalo,! N. Y. Mae Rogers started Saturday to at- ' tend the Rutland summer school for teachers. . Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wheeler of Ben nington, and friends, picnicked by the lake Sunday. '. L. H. Sawyer has a gang of men and teams cutting the hay on the C. S. Goodnow farm. A good sired audienee attended the children's day exercises in the church Sunday afternoon and listened to a very pleasing program. Mrs. Charles Wellman and two chil dren have returned to their home in Readsboro after a two-weeks' visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Dix. Mrs. Churchill and two children have come from Jacksonville to keep house for C. E. Putnam. Mr. Churchill drives Mr. Putnam.'s new Ford truck which he has made into a meat delivery ear for his meat business. Mr. Putnam has his new meat market and slaugh ter house nearly done. I freckles! ) Novls the Time to Get Rid of These Ugly Spots This preparation for the removal of freckles is usually so successful in re moving freckles and giving a clear, beautiful complexion that it is sold under guarantee, to refund the money if it fails. Don't hide your freckles under a veil; get an ounce of Othine and remove them. Even the first few applications should show a wonderful improvement, some of the lighter freckles vanishing entirely. Be sure to ask the druggist for the double strength Othine; it is this that i sold on the money-back guarantee. HERETO FORC COUSIN DU88 THE VOUN65TER5 JCRAM0LE to hit vp oe (50VNER FOR AnuDOCR PAlfl A 6ARTCRS lET Mail and 'Phone Orders Filled While Lots Last N Uuusuai Bargains for the entire family are represented in our big 35th Anniversary Sale of seasonable Foot wear, now going on. Large variety of styles and sizes to select from, all marked at exceptionally low prices. Men's Light Weight Work Shoes 5 Women's White Shoes High Grade Footwear Made in white Nubuck and white reinskin cloth on dressy lasts. Louis and Cuban heels represented. Good assortment of sizes. Values from $8.00 to $9.50, Anniversary Sale Price $3.98 This sacrifice in price will en able you to buy at great sav-ings. Misses' and Children's High-Grade Oxfords 44Trot-Moc" Quality Made of very durable leather on orthopedic lasts. Specially prepared sole for service. Spring heels. Nearly all sizes. Black $4.50 Sizes TROX &rM-- Sizes V V Ira Women's Oxfords and Pumps In Large Sizes Only Odd lot of Pumps and Oxfords in large sizes only, including black patent, gun metal calf, 'vici kid, dark brown kid and calf leathers. ..Values $5.50 to $6.50. Anniversary Sale Price $2.9S Our Store Closed Wednesday, July 21 at 12.30 p. m. A man employed by a London firm of pencil-makers has worked on the same machine for sixty-three years. ALWAYS HLY.fuCMtt COIN TO LtT PCNNICS !"fc Dimham Brothers Company 9 Savings On Footwear Made of soft, pliable tan leather on comfortable last. Nq linings. Fibre sole and heel, like illustra tion. Nearly all sizes in the lot. Value $5.50, Anniversary Sale Price 3.98 and brown leathers. Values to $5.50. 7 to 11. Anniversary Sale Price $2.98 1HX to 2. r , t Anniversary Sale Price $3.9S Women's Iligh-Gradc Oxfords and Pumps Men's Fine Grade Low Shoes Lot including all our season's best made Oxfords, made in black kid and calf, also dark brown calf and cordovan leathers. Nearly all sizes and widths. Values $12.50 to $14.00, Anniversary Sale Price $9.98 Dunham Brothers Co Use the Columns of Men's Work Shoes Made of dark tan leather on army last. Heavy soles. Comfortable shoes. All sizes. Value $5.50, Anniversary Sale Price $3.47 Women's White Canvas Shoes and Pumps Bargains of the Season Broken lot of Women's White Canvas Pumps and Shoes on neat appearing lasts. Variety of styles; odd sizes. Values $3.00 to $3.50, Anniversary Sale Price S1.59 Women's Smart Styles in Pumps and Oxfords At Greatly Reduced Prices Large assortment of the season's latest models, including patent, gun metal calf, vici canvas All welt soles. Excellent va riety of sizes and widths. Values from $7.00 to $10.00, Anniversary Sale Price $198 Lot including 18 complete lines of jmart summer models," including black, vici kid, patent, calf, dark tan qalf, kid and white Nubuck leathers. Splendid assortment of sizes and widths. Values from $9.00 to $12.00. Anniversary Sale Price $G.9S Women's High Grade Oxfords and Pumps Your choice from our entire stock of fashionable Summer Pumps and Oxfords. All the wanted styles and eathers represented. Nearly all izes and widths. Values from $13 to $15, Anniversary Sale Price $9.98 Lovers of fine footwear will appre ciate this remarkable opportunity to economize on their needs. , The Reformer to Promote Any Worthy Cause Our Store Closed at 12.30 p. fh. Wednesday, July 21 Bargains for mall Feet Women's Oxfords and Pumps Sizes 2T2 and 3 Only Broken lot of good, serviceable Low Shoes and Pumps in the above sizes only. Black and tan leathers. Values from $5.00 to $8.00, . Anniversary Sale Price $1.59 Excellent shoes for house wear kid, dark brown calf 'and white Men's Oxfords at Low Cost Odd broken lot of Men s Fine Made Oxfords in tan calf .and black kid and calf leathers. Broken sizes. Values from $7.50 to $12.00. Anniversary Sale Price $4.98 Mail and 'Phone Orders Filled While Lots Last i f i ii r t I f