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THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY REFORMER, : WEDNESDAY; JULY 21; 1920.
TRANSACTIONS IN PROBATE COURT WEST BRATTLEBORO FORTY-FIFTH ANNIVERSARY. Record of Business in Marlboro Dis trict, A. T. Schwenk Judge, Since Regular June Session. Records in the probate office for Marl boro district, A. V. Schwenk judge, show the following transactions since - the "reg ular session for June: ' ' Ijpo Lawrence Baulieu", minor, of Dover; I l;lYtm X Khinne " nnnointed (guardian. Sarah M. Brooks of Vernon: Lewis T. Fail man apjiointed guardian. : Addison Brooks of Vernon:- Lewis T V.. ii i.i-i 11 aiioointed ffnardian. . ' ' - Nellie lhazer estate of Brattleboro:- Ac count of administrator filed and allowed and balance distributed. : ' ' f:.fv K Stearns estate of Brattleboro: Boheit Burnham and Clarence Adams ap pointed commissioners. 5 ' A. Wells Stowe estate of Brattleboro: Petition of Clarissa S. Stowe, executrix, for license to sell real estate and con Bent of heirs filed and hearing set for Aug. 7. .lane M. Tyler estate of Brattleboro: Motion tiled by James M. Tyler for final settlement. . A AfcMnrtrie estate of Phila delphia, with estate here: Authenticated copy of will and probate' in- Philadelphia presented by C M. Miller and hearing wt for July 31. . Mary K. Ilaigli estate of Brattleboro: Will presented June 2.1 by O. B. Hughes allowed and Mr. Hughes appointed ex ecutor. . Felix Vevier estate of Brattleboro: John C. Vevier appointed administrator. Martha S. Dodge estate ot jsrauieuoro. . T. Dodge appointed administrator. ( ! eor ge Atkinson estate of Brattleboro: Motion filed by BrttlelK)ro Trust Co. for lin.tl settlement July 3L John M. Powers estate of Wilmington: Anna K. Powers appointed administta- Ruth C. Deffner, minor, of Brattleboro; Nellie T. Deffner appointed guardian. Caleb' S. Johnson estate of Boston, es t t." Ii"e: Authenticated copies of will r.nd probate in Suffolk county presented I, y Francis W. K. Smith and hearing set f, - Julv 31. Ceorge M. Taylor estate of Washington, 1 ('., estate here: Account of C. A. II, .iis, trustee for Mary E. Fairbanks, hied and allowed: account of C. A. Har-f-, trustee for Nancy Bailey, filed and allowed. Marcia A. Taylor estate of Brattleboro: Au-ount of C. A. Harris, trustee, filed ai d allowed. . ' Orinda Paik estate of Newfane: Lilla P. Willard appointed administratrix. CABOT BURNHAM MARINE SERGEANT About 50 Relatives and Friends Sur prise Mr; and Mrs. Nichols. , Mr. nnd Mrs. Herbert L. Nichols were made a surprise visit yesterday, Brattleboro Boy Gets Promotion Stationed in Cuba Grandson of Mrs. Alice Johnson. Among the U. S. marines who are . . . . , i .- Bprvinir on me isianu ui luu in mc the occasion being their 4otu inS We9t 7ndies is Cdbot F. Burnham of mmnorv Tn the mormner meir VERNON. Miss Ionia Johnson and Miss Gertrude Brown were week-end guests of Miss Esther Long in Xorthfield. tv Vo-;n nf Lowell. Mass.. is nnendinor a 'two-weeks' vacation with i his aunt, Mrs. II. A. Brown. A regular meeting of the Ladies' circle will be held Wednesday, July 2S. Supper will be served at 5 o'clock. '' Trri' Pa-P who snent two weeks at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. 9 V,aooi r. . Dunn am i ; . ' , ,. .'.:., anniversary, in me. i"i.6 Brattleboro. Recent ollicisU advices irom 4o. .-. :- SoT , daughter,' Mrs. II. W. Carpenter, came o.uantanamo, where he id stationed, state .turned to his .work in kreenlie,w,uriua from Greenfield and their son and faiH-'tnat. yOung Burnham has been promoted U. rwl fra Austin O. Nichols Of t- ri ril- oorironnt Tft id -n crilndi this1 town, joined them there to spend gon ef jjr3 Alice Johnson of' 19 Western the day. Jn tne .evening uuouu avenue, UrattleDoro. neighbors in this, village and friends in Sergeant Burnham enlisted in the ma West Guilford, their former home, came rine corps jn june, 1918, at Syracuse, N. ! T7A- Trrlinrd TT. ClaDD and family of Northampton called -Tuesday on Miss Allie 'Morsfe and Mrs, M. J. Reed, on their iay to 1 Brattleboro. They .were accom panied by Miss Lucie T, Hale, whq visited relatives. unexpectedly, making a party of about jy After completing his period of train- jrrs jj, p.eed returned-Tuesday from and Mrs. jng he was sent; with a detachment of Brattleboro, where she was in g1(' marines to Guantanamo, Cuba, where the ! :jjne83 0f jier gjter, Miss aio otner muuc,, . .. --t : unitea Mates maintains a targe jjlig8 Morse returned witn bag, a bouquet oi roses irom inenus ',ijase and coaling station, llis iaithtul Greenfield and other ilowers from their iperformanPe 0f ),;" duties attracted the . 1 1 , m. nvlmt T? l.nni ua T1 '1 1 1 f ... . . . -it. r.n relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs Nichols were presented $10 also other money, a learner neighbors.' Cliarles R. Prentiss made the presentation, Mr. Nichols respond ing. During the evening music was ren: dered and refreshments of ice cream and cake were served. Mr. and Mrs. Nichols were married in Brattleboro July 20, 1875, by Rev. E. C. Perry, pastor of the Methodist church. at the par Miss Nellie have been are living notice of his superiors, and he was re warded with eafly promotion. It is not unusual for marines to be stationed in Cuba', as the United states lias maintained posts there in co-operation with the Cuban government for many years. There are also marine posts rrv nnntnr rf the MethOUlSt. . i c, . it., r: :.. t . ' v - , , in iiaui,, ranio ijounngo, me vugm i- -' 4, , ,f r-i i i-. The ceremony v.ns performed , , , a;d othpr tseof the West In-'of llpr parents Mr. and Mrs. Charles L rsonage. Mrs .Mcnois was y nt B;irnham may i,ave the -Ryan. Mr. Kyan accompau.eu vnen, e Packard. Three children , rtunitv of visiting these countries as home, returning Monday, born to them, two of TOi'ni!,rin.B nrp frpmintiv transferred from Persons who wish to entertain childrer called by. the Allie Morse. iMiss Morse returned with her and will spend some time at the Reed home. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Kuhn of Richmond Hill, L. I., came recently to the Stebbins farm. Mr. Kuhn returned after several days, but will join Mrs. Kuhn there later. . Mrs. R. D. Sherman and son. Derrick, returned Saturday from Cooksboro, N. Y., where they spent a week at the home There are eight grand children and one great-grandchild. Howard Slack of Brookline. Mass.. vis ited over the week-end with Gordon Pom- ifrey. Mrs. T. M. Allbee went yesterday to Fairlee to attend the wedding of her niece. George Ormsbee of Millers Falls spent the week-end with his grandfather, J. S. .lillson. Mrs. Nellie Morgan returned yester day from Hillsboro, N. II., where she vis ited two weeks. Mrs. E. D. Ranney, nurse, has re turned from Chesterfield where she had been on professional work. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Withington went Sunday to Gill, Mass., returning Mon day. Mrs. Etta Akelev is visiting now in Gill. Fred Ryan has returned from Gardner, fl. marines are frequently transferred from station to station the world over. Persons who wish to entertain children from the fresh air fund are asked to HLIUII lu nmuJii i iiv- wui in " ....... - I'l. I . 1 . 1 1 . . , .. .1 .. 1. .... mniU llianil lt.ii r naniAa in tlia nnnlTTl it t not. XIII? Dl Hlliru'iu niirnuj jitijj juauc 'iiun . " . ........ . . . . . . ' ' 1 " good, and no doubt' he will win further later than Thursday of this week. Mem r ' . . ... ..... . , . ... . t . t honors before Jus enlistment will Have ners oi trie committee are .Mrs. been completed. THREE AUTOISTS INSTANTLY KILLED -i i''i ".inn Mur, ..v.. ...v.. ... ... -,iiijuieu in an auiomoDue Mass., where he went to attend the 1-30s o'clock this morning funeral of his father, Dennis Ryan, attended a dance in New which was held Saturday. Miss Lottie Craft of Worcester, Mass., cousin of Mrs. Walter E. Bartlett, and Enid Crosier of Beverly, Mass., niece of Mrs. Bartlett, are visiting here. Mr. and Mrs. E. II. Richardson of Wil liamaville and Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Jack man of this town are enjoying a 10-days' 1 . 1 l . l ' 1 : "f.: The annual meeting of Jersey breeders an aiuomouue hm....k trip ... of the state of Vermont will be held at J Arland Harris, who has been employed guccbee Falls farm,-Queehee, "on August about two years in Greenfield, Mass., in 13, 19J0. Every person in any way in- a printing plant, has finished work there. Uiested in Jersey cattle should make it lie was in Grange yesterday oil business. point to attend this. meeting anu avan t jjra ,,a Brown was discharged Party of Hotel Employes In Crash Several Others Injured Re turning From Dance. CROTON, Conn., July 21 Michael Francis of Boston, Miss Peggy Wentworth of 'pw York and James McKitrick of i Wobura, Mass., were instantly killed and several other waiters ami waitresses at the'.Griswold hotel at Eastern Point were , injured in an automobile crasli here about . The party had London and were VERMONT NEWS. a themselves of the opportunity , to see Sunday from the Melrose hospital, where Grace Darling of t. Mary s, tne wouus Hjle ji Deen nearly three weeks, follow champion 12-year-oldtUittcr producer over in all operation. She went to her honn in BellowsFdllH. 11 ),r,eds: (i. K. Ghlfl (ixtord tne oniy living son of the great Oxford Lad, and ...n. ..ll.r., twit Jprsevs. Prominent speakers will be present representing the; PASSED 'EIGHT American .Jersey tattle ciuo, jerseys m Yennont, and a three minute talk from a representative of the different counties. Lunch w ill be served at the farm. FORGED CHECKS At, the annual meeting of the Vermoni; Soldiers' Home at Bennington, HI. T. Cmdiman of North Bennington was re-ele.-ted president, Charles K. Beach of rturtiinrton was re-elected treasurer. The ;,.;.r.T,.,i rost ,f living has made it difii cult for the institution to keep Man Claiming to Be James M. Duane Swindled Middlebury Mer chants Out of $300. MIDDLEBURY, July 21. A man sign- leturning to the hotel. Miller, Mrs, Keeney. M. I. Reed, Mrs. R. D. HALIFAX. Mr. and Mrs. Niels Nielsen and little son of West Somerville, Mass., spent the week-end at the hotel. Mrs. Jane Rogers, w ho has lieen ill and under the care of Dr. Outhouse, is better. Recent visitors at E. M. Goodnough's were Mrs. Mayhew and Mr. and Mrs. Davis of Ludlow and Mrs. Alice Sparks of Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mann of Wilming ton spent Sunday at C. 1L Learnard's. Misses Addie and Malel Warren of Brattleboro spent the week-end with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Warren. Mrs. Sumner Worden of West Brattle boro was a guest of Mm. Annis Green and Mrs. Harry Learnard recently. his name as James M. Duane is within wa.il ted bv the Addison county officers for its appropriation, there are now m vet- . yi pa8Sed eight forged checks on er,.ns at the home, 59 Civil War veterans, ;m M'iddlebury store keepers last S two of the Spanish-American war, i urj ulU of the World war. as y store Keepers last cat- The checks were drawn on the Addison County Trust company and made payable to the order of James M. The Yermont state fair premium list Duane and signed John E;igan, and were giving the details of all premiums to be cashed by A. C. Taber, dealer in paints la!d exhibitors at the 1920 exhibition to al,d wall paper; Louis Han field, grocer; 1 e held at White River Junction; Septenv. Calvi Brothers, fruit dealers; John H. l-er 28. 29, .T and October 1, is just off Stewart, hardware dealer; the Atlantic J " press and are being mailed from the. and Pacific Tea company; Carl O. Frost, office of Secretary Fred L. Davis. Exhi-' diuggist; C. M. Hanks, clothier; and F. bitors not on the regular mailing list -and - A. Evans, shoe dealer. Each check was .-II others interested in the fair may pro- made out for $30 cine a Davis. copy by making request of Mr. It is alleged that: a 10-year-old Bruley In some places Duane made -small pur chases in order to cash the checks, stating that it was for his month's wages and that he had no email change. It is tin ts alleged in.ll: a ..-,.-".,. . 1A Wl,a in 1MM OI nl. .-Ylljann, Him v ..v.... ilia in a restaurant: in Newport the lew days confessed to leaving the l oin babv nirl of Jordan Hall in St, Albans last Wednes-- once de ectea as orger.es nen u aBtall, but up to last night only eight of them O T Vita llliriL.' I Ilf U(l in the crrass at the rear are numoered irom eigi.t up ..u ij r.; ... , . ii- i. I unco l.iortp.l 99 lot-series when oresented 4 "Why Are Ifiey Better? liy 'em once and youll find out Most boys and girls, as well as rown-ups, prefer. to other brands corn flakes. Bobby is right , as usual. ATryTellsAAhy Made by Postum Cereal Co., Inc, Battle Creek,Mich. of - r . . s ome Blade v youll say so YOU simply can't believe that such sharpness is possible until you try a Durham-Duplex blade. A few broad strokes and there you are as smooth as the palm of your hand! It's the scientific sharpening process that does the trickand back of this the hard, oil-tempered Swedish steel. They're the longest, strongest, keenest blades on earth hollow ground, two-edged, detachable and guarded. Some blade you'll say so and "some blade" is right i M Ml 1 pit i 1 ill ' 1-1 - 5 THESE LEADING DEALERS SELL THEM: EEATTLEEORO DRUG CO. PARK DRUG CO, w. r. root c. r. thomas BROOKS HOUSE PHARMACY ROBBINS & COWLES, INC. CHARLES F. MANN LOVELL & BROWN If you are a Durham-Duplex dealer and wish to have your name added to the above list in subsequent .advertiments,, send your, name 'and address to this newspaper and write the Durham-Duplex Razor Co. for a free window display. Standard Set One Dollar Complete. Razor with attractive American ivory handle, safety guard and package of ttiree Durham-Duplex Elades (6 6havin edges). All in handsome American ivory case. Other Sets $2 to $12. Additional Blades SO Cents for a package of 5 Durham -Duplex Razor Co. Jersey City, N. J. FACTORIES Jersey City, U. S. A. Sheffield, En.' Paris, France Toronto, Canada Sales Representatives in all Countries day night. u t 4.n l.at-tV' lim' 4tlO ttltTIl!) who cannot write hia name and ha a irj;rirjfirriafJI-ll-IUII-irJIJmmmr3l JI-imi-ll'JrJLM I snecial aicnature which the checks made L"JISIEJISL-JISISI"JIS12JISISISI-JIISIISI (out hy lhiane failed to have, and tipo-i Hl was learned that Kagan : 1 The midsummer outing of the New Kng i i i ai i..iv ,;n l.t. lmi.l nt f'iin anu rai, " "" :L " " I investigation it aan on Aug 24.. un-tnat aaie me mem- , . . an( ,; of this famous, organization will tie keepers who cached the worth- m the guests of the Coos-Lssex County cluh. UJ .. . It has heen learned that the man, who, I The, Ilev. J. Norton Atkins, rector ffKavt, his name as James M. Dnane, has bI t. .jatnews paiisii in iviiubwuis l" '"Hippn working lor several weeus lor jonu today only PRINCESS THEATRE today only since last XovemWr, has resigned, the.- of Haven and in some way hame to take effect September 1. He will: go to a church in New Jersey. WINDHAM. DeWeese P. DeWitt of Newfane was a visitor Monday at F. H. Harris's. .Mason 1j. Smith ia home during haying, fiom his carpentry work in Connecticut. Mr. and Mrs. iFred Slete of Claremont were week-end visitors at F. II. Carle? ton's. ' ' ' The evening church service was omitted Sunday to accommodate those "who wished o attend the afternoon service at South Windham. , . . Miss Constance Upham was in town a" few hours Sunday and attended church, where she was cordially -welcomed by many friends. She came from East North field, where she is how employed, with K. N. Kingsbury and family. (, Mrs. Earl Iloldeni lost her driving; horse Monday from lockjtW. It developed ' S'unV day- from infectioi of a cut received in an neeident a few lefore. A veteri nary was finally secured from Manches. ter, but when he arrived early Monday morning it was too late and the horse had to he killed. - 212 iAetBsm tmek withaut GUtton f KUWT'S, PaW falla In thj reatnient of ITCH. ECBMA. kUIClWORM. TBTT E8 Pt t oihr Itchlnff akin diieaeea. ' try et 7J eo bp el euf 71 Addison County Trust company and stole several blank checks. The faces of the checks are written in with a stiff up and down hand such as might be expected of a man who labored hard. The indorse ments. James M. Duane, on the back of the checks, is written s with a flexible hand. The Addison county ' officers are on the lookout for .the ; offender and the Burns m ; Detective bureau has been notified and-ajL-J detective will probably arrive here todav. J0J The fellow' is five feet, ten inches tall-, nj and r wore, dark clothes. He is about 28 j J Hi The siory of a man, a maid and millions. He stumbled upon fortune and then, had, to fight WILLIAM FARNUM 111 A STIRRING ROMANCE OF THE GOLDEN WEST The .... - Joyous Troublemakers 99 harsold. 'T.ofh anas and the backs of his hands rare titooed," . . r " V JACKSONVIIXE Universalist church, Clifford R. Stet-' soa- past "Morning Avorship at; 10.45 each- Sunday during JuIy ,t d AiiT"sf . Suhiect of sermon July 25, Tiat Think Ye of Christ ? :' a-t ii A HEALTHY, HAPPY WIFE is the greatest inspiration a man can have and the life of tbe family, yet, Monies in this fair land : nre blighted hy the, ill health of wife,i and mother! . I rfi It mav be backaches, . headaches, M"J th tortures of a displacement, or some j g ailment peculiar tn her sex which; mnVes life a burden. Every wjman intlEJ thi9 condition should relv upon Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, mr.ir, ar,A Tmi-Vio in restore A comedy drama, scintillating with refined humor and seasoned with thrilling moments. A stupendous story of a brave man's struggle '; l, " Story by Gregory Jackson --"'J , , , THE GREATEST ROMANTIC ACTOR, IN HIS NEWEST ROMANTIC DRAMA . , - Manly vigor, dash and ac&rt tears and laughter, joy and hate, are in.this absorbing story of a fight for love and fortune. Also Paramount Post Nature and "Bought and Fought For" a Comedy Matinee 2.30. Admission: Children 6c; Adults 15c. ' Evening 7.15 and 8.15. Admission: Children 10c; Adults 20c. Tax Paid Tomorrow Sessue Hayakaiva in "The Brand of Lopez 3 . 13 lu a a s i a 00 lal tu H a a a a a a a a a a a a Brattlehsro Drus Co. 7 TTIBUB. liuiu lw llu - t t,nnli on A ' Vitrnriliiess. Adv.