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THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY REFORMER. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1920.
7 COMPLETE CURE OF INDIGESTION One tox of "FRUIT-A-TIVES" or "Fruit liver Tablet" Brought Relief I. I'-; ...:: 1 ,-4 , ML : i. WILLIAM GALE SHEPHERD r OKI Chatham, Columbia Co."; KVY. "I was bothered with Constipation, Livr Trouble and Indigestion for three years ; and tried all kind3 of medicine with no relief. I was so bad T would have a dull, heavy feeling in the pit of my stomach; generally about three or four hours after eating. I saw advertised in the "Troy Times" 'Fruit-a-tives' and sent to R. W. Seymour's drug store in Chatham and bought two 50c. boxes. Before I had finished or.c box, I was relieved and now have no more trouble. I can eat anything I desire. I would advise anyone in the same condition as I was, to take 'Fruit-a-tives' ; it is a God send, and I would not be without 'Fruit-a-tives' in the house". WILLIAM GALE SHEPHERD. 50c. a box, 6 for $2.50, trial size 25c. At dealers or from FRUIT-A-TIVES Limited, OGDENSBURG, N. Y. Bring Your ions Prescriol Here If you want them filled with the purest and freshest drugs, and with the greatest care and accuracy mied precisely as 'your physician orders them filled, to pro r dace the exact effects be desires. i, We are proud- of the record we have 1 made in our prescription department. ! And yet we fill prescriptions at very reasonable prices, and fill tbein quickly, too. C. F. Thomas, Ph. G. Money tinok without Question t HUNT'S Salva fail in thj !J-eamnt of ITCH, ECZEMA. (UNO WORM, TETTER or j other Itching skin diseaoea. 1 Vry a 73 cent box at our risk. Brattleboro Drug BRATTLEBORO PERSONAL Horace Winchester went yesterday to Springfield, Mass., to attend the. East ern States exposition.. Mr. and Mrs.. Hugh Agnew attended the Eastern States exposition in Springfield Thursday and Friday. Dr. G. C. Berkeley of St. Albans was here yesterday on business and was registered at the Brooks House. C. W. Wilcox of Chapin street is in Hie offices of the Holstem association, doing, statistical FIFTY YEARS AGO working .Friesian work j S?rgt. William Husko has been in Springfield (Vt.) this Aveek. He se cured four recruits for the 1st field ar tillery. .Mr. and Mrs. Cheater Beebe of Lon donderry visited Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Hughes yesterday and went to Spring field, Mass., to attend the exposition. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Campbell and two daughters and son of Eiehmond, Quebec, are visiting in the homo of M,rs. Campbell's sister, Mrs. J. Ix Iiathbone. Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Hawkins re turned yesterday from Springfield, Mass., where they had been since Wednesday, going to attend the East ern States exposition. C. K. Cook, who has been employed in the family of the late Fred Hol brook 10 years, will leave Sunday in his automobile on a camping trip to Florida. He will be away through the winter. Miss Elizabeth Harvey, superintend ent of the Mutual Aid association, and Miss Mildred Eddy will go tonight to South Londonderry, where they will le guests over the week-end of Mr. and Mrs. John McCallister. Mrs. C. W. Reed, Miss Ruth Reed and Miss Elizabeth Schwenk went yes terday to Springfield, Mass., to attend the Eastern States exposition. They were joined there by Mr. Reed, who had been on a business trip through Con necticut and Massachusetts. Pana H. Stafford is in Springfield, Mass., today to manage the sale of the fruit and vegetables which are in the Vermont state exhibit at the Eastern States exposition. Mr. Stafford ar ranged the exhibit and most of the vegetables and some of the fruit were furnished bv him. Happenings of September, 1870? Taken from the Files of The Phoenix The bridge across the Connecticut river is being covered, the east end be ing completed. ,We are pleased to learn that C. L. Brown of Brattleboro was awarded the diploma of the Undertakers' society for his fine display of rosewood burial cas kets and would recommend all in want of such goods to give him a call. J. Wilder Smith has purchased of Crosby & Rice the barn and shed for merly connected with the Brooks House, which he intends to use as a livery stable for the accommodation of the public. Iice paid $5,000. W. H. Alexander of this place has raised about "0 tons of watermelons the present year from one acre of ground. The ground was partially de voted to other crops. This sounds big to us, but Mr. Alexander thinks he can make it 30 tons another year. The fall term of Leland & Gray sem inary at Townshend is progressing finely, with about 50 students under the "direction of Prof. Davidson and assistants. The Townshend farmer's club will meet at the Town House Saturday eve ning. Subject for discussion: Shall we have a cheese factory? HEARD WHAT ANOTHER WOMAN SAID EXCLUSIVE UNDERTAKING EMBALM EES Automobile service . TeL 264-W BRATTLEBORO VT. Mr. Margaret Bonntire of Murray street, St. John, N. IV, writes: "I heard a lady say ing she bought a bottle of 'Dr. Trtie's Elixir' for her children, and it was splendid. I am fjlad I know of something good now. I got a bottle and I think it is great." The laxative mentioned above is Dr. Title's Elixir, the Family Laxative and Worm Ex poller. It is very pleasant to take; children like it, and it is mild in action. No harmful drugs. It's siirprisinc to know the number of young sters anil even grown-ups who suffer from worms but don't realize it. Every one needs a Rood laxative to avoid stomach troubles. Sitjns of Worms: Offensive breath, swollen upper lip, sour stomach, pains about the navel, pale face, eyes heavy and dull, twitching eye lids, itching of the nose, short dry cough. Blinding of the teeth, red points on the tongue, smarting during sleep, slow fever. Adv. The following are some of the Brat tleboro prize winners who exhibited in floral hall at the 15th annual exhibi tion of the Connecticut Jtiver agricul tural association: C. L. Shaw, rustic frame, .75. Miss E. Tvler. hat rack, $1. Mrs. H. C. Willard, towel rack, $1. Miss Ida Miller, cricket, .50. Mrs. B. Palmer, emery balls, .50. Miss G. C. .Chase, tidy, .50. Mrs. Silas Richardson, woven mat, .75. Misa Nellie Kane, oil painting, .50. Mrs. Geo. E. Greene, watch case, .50. Mrs. Geo. K. Greene, wax cross, ,50. Miss Mary Harris, bead embroidery, .75. The part of t he contemplated iiew road from Readsboro city to the eastern terminal of Hoosac tunnel, lying in Whitingham, has been laid by. the se lectmen and let out to the contractors to build. Most of the remainder of this contemplated new road is laid, a portion of which is under contract. It is expected it will be completed its en tire length by or before July next. WEST BRATTLEBORO PROFESSIONAL CARDS. DR. E. L. TRACY, Physician and Surgeon, 214 NUin St. Office Hours: 8 tb ? s.'tn.. I to 3"p. m., 1 to 8.30 p, h. Tel. 256. . ', " . ' ' DR. B. E. WHITE, Phyaijiao and Surgeon, barber Building. Rootni 205 and 206. flours: 1-3 and 7-g p. m. Office tel. 717-W; rt., 71? R. DR. O. B. HUNTER. Offic. at residence, Wwt Brattleboro: Hours! 8 to 9 a. m.; 1 to 2, and i.30 to 8 p, to. . Telephone, ;3I8. . DR. THOMAS RICE, Pby-lciaa and Surgeon. 15J Main St. Tel.. 291; Office houra:. 1 to. 3, and in the evening. - . - - .. .. . , W. J. KAINE, M, D., Pbyalclaa aod.Sorgeoo Office,-, Room 10, Ullery Building;. ttjur: -8.31 to 9.30; 1.30 to 3.00; 7 to i. Offic 'phone,. 429-W. Residence. 7S Frost St., 'phopc 429-R. C. R. ALDRICH, M. D. Houra: 12J0 to 2.30, 7 to 8. Office 'pfione; 165-W; .hpuae, .16S-B, X-ray "work a specialty, -"v - . O. R. ANDERSON, Surgeon , and Physician. Suigry a specialty. Office and, residence, Brooks House, 128 Main St. . Hours: After noons, 1.30 to 3; evening. 7 to 8, except Tues days and Fridays. Sundays by appointment nnly.' 'Phone 246. - - . - - , DR. GRACE" W. BTJUNETT, Physician and Surgeon. Market - block, F.lliot St. Office hours: 8.30 to 9.30 a. m.; 1.30 to 2J0. and 7 to 8 p. m.," Telephone 744-W. - DR. H. P GREENE, Physician and S rgeon. Office, Bank block. Hours: 9.30 to 10 a. ,m., 1 to 3, and 7 to 8 p. to.- Residence, 88 Green St. Telephone connection. EDWARDRrLVNCH M. D Surgery a spe cialty. Office, Tark Building. Thone, 540. Hours, 1 to 4 p. m.; 7 to 9 p. m.. Residence, 141 Canal St. Thone. 177. Sunday by ap pointment only. DR. A. I. M ILLER, Hooker, blook, Brattle boro. Office hours: 8 to 9, 1 to 2, 6 30 to 8. RASKINS & SCHWENK, Attorneys and Counsellors at Law Brattleboro Vt. W.R7"jfbYES, M. D., Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat. 9 to 12, 1.30 to S. Wednesday and Sat urday evening. Other hours and Sundays by appointment. A)xiintments for glasse fittings made by mail or 'phone. American Bldg. DRT'HENRY-TIJCICERl Residence712 Grove St.; .telephone, 258. Office, Leonard block Hours: 1.30 to 3, and 7 to 8. Telephone, 29-W. DR. H. L. WATERMAN. Office7"ll7 WaiTSt Oyer Kuech'a store. lira.: 1J0-3, 7-8. Tel. 42-W. W. R. LANE, M. D., 117 Main" St' Hours: lto 3 and7 to 8, exccptSundays Teb789-W. DR.'C. O. WHEE1ER, Osteopathic Physician. 110 Barber Bldg. Office hours: 10 to 12 nd 2 to 4 Treatment by appointment. Tel. 219-W. TOHN E. GALE, Attorney at Law. Guilford. Vt. Telephone, 302 -W DR." 0. F. BARBER, Dentist. Union block, Brattleboro. Mama uses MINT pi for my colds end they are gone in a jiffy. You just try it. Tor Sale by Park Drug Store. Hoyt H. Barber went Tuesday to Springfield, Mass., to attend the fair. . returning Home inursuay. j Miss Charlotte Knight went to i Sjiringfield, Mas?., yesterday to spend ' the week -end with her aunt, Mrs. Ar ' thur Sanders, and family. r- r t?e,.. Tarlmv m.,1 fam. .Ill, WJ1 f, li'l ,n ...... ily, who had been visiting here several tiny a with lirr siMer, Mr, noyi . it. Barber, have returned to their home. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. Frank II. ltadlock, Raymond Had- loek and George Martin went to , Sprintjfield, Mass., yesterday to attend tin; l.asiern oiaies exnioumn. CHASE & HUGHES, Attorneys; practice in all State and U. S. Courts; 63 Main St. Tele phone, 914.- FRAN KE. BARBER, Attorney at Law. Bar- ber Building, Brattleboro. BARROWS 4 CO., Wholesale and Retail Dealers in coals of all kind. Office, 37 Mais St., Brattl e bor o. ; - BOND & SON, Ezclasiv TJsdertakinc Anto- TRED C. LEITSINGEH PIANO TUNING Tel. S27-M : J07 High St Three County Fair NORTHAMPTON September 28, 29 and 30 EVENINGS OF 28th AND 29th Exhibits by Farmers, State Department of Agriculture, Massachusetts Agricultural College, Fish and Game Commission Demonstrations in Home Economics " Eig Exhibit cf Pi re Bred Cattle Special Children's Program First Day Racing, Band Concerts and Vaudeville Every Day. NORTHFIELD, MASS, Hodgen-Holton Wedding. Miss Iola Ilolton, daughter of Mrs. Samuel C. Ilolton, and Charles Hodgen, also of Xorthfield, were married at 3 o'eloek Thursday afternoon in the home of the bride oil Highland avenue, the ceremony being performed by Rev. F. V. Pattiaon in the presence of 25 relatives of the couple. ' ' The rooms were lighted with electric lamps with pink shades and the decora tions were pine and" hydrangeas, the bridal party standing before a, bower of the same. 1 Charles Ilolton, a nephew of the bride, ushered in the bridal couple, who were unattended. Miss Daisy Ilolton, a 6ister of the bride, played the Rridal March from Lohengrin. . The bride wore a dress of silver -gray satin with Brussels net collar and car ried pink roses. r ; Following the ceremony a reception was held and refreshments were served. The couple received a large number of gifts. They left for a wedding trip of two weeks, after which they will live in the Upper apartments of Mrs. HoltonV house. The guests from out of town were Mr. Ilodgen's brothers and families, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hodgen and family of Mill ers Falls, Mr. and Mrs. 'Robert Hodgen and family of Coleram, Mass., Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Hodgen and family of Greenfield, also his sister, Mrs. Sexton, and Mr. Saxton and family of Greenfield.. For many vears the bride has been em ployed iti the office of the Record of Christian Work. Ilr. Hodgen is em ployed at Xorthfield seminary. AMUSEMENTS. MOPS can be had in two styles. The dust nop is chem ically treated and absorbs dust without scatter ing it. The polish rncp is treated with Wizard Polish. It cleans and polishes the floor at the same time. Wizard Hops are the convenient triangle shape, which gives them access to every rock and corner. They have the adjustable el bow handle for ease in use. Floor Polisher The Wizard Floor Polisher is the NEW device for polishing floors, that tak?r, all the hard work cut of keeping them in poiiect condition all the time. Not only is it lew in price, economical in use, but is easier and simpler to use and actually produces fc.r better results than any other wax ing do-'je. WIZARD WAX PASTE LIQUID First Moving Picture Ever Made of the Pope, His Holiness, Benedict XV, to Be Shown Here. Tlip firHf nlctiir's ever made of TTia TTnil- - t - ... - - - - ness, Benedict XV, were made in the Vat ican on the occasion of the Knights' of Ydumbus I'ilKrimupe to the Eternal Citv Aug. 2!. Absolutely exclusive and ab Rnrhincrlv interest ini views slinwiiirT 4 1m . . . p. . Holy Father, the famous Vatican Choir, it. . i: r t it. . i- me reieuraiion 01 .was, mt1 i ojo rcrnv incr liis vestments, the reeeittimi f ih' Knights of Columbus, the faithful Swiss Guards. These pictures are included in the International Xews Service and the nrst will be shown at lne Princess the atre Monday, the second one Friday of next week. Adv. HALIFAX. Perley Crosier is attending court at Xewfane. Several from here attended the F.ast- ern States exposition at Springfield, Mass., this week. FLOORS Folisliea and preserves the finis'.i on floors, furniture, woodwork, leather, linoleum. Easily applied with a cloth and polished with another cloth. It forms a thin coat that protects the surface and leaves p. clean, hard, rich, sub- dued lustre that is a joy to behold. t Wizard Wax Paste is especially adapted for use on floors. Wizard Liquid Wax is recommended for polish ing furniture, pianoJ, woodwork, automobiles, etc. To Keep Your Furniture Looking Its Best Of course you will want a good furniture polish. There is no more satisfactory polish for such use than the well-known POLISH ! mm polish It is essentially -a CIjEANING pol ish. It removes the dust, grime and finger marks from woodwork and furniture, and gives it a hard, dry lustre that is very beautiful. Brattleboro China Store Window Shades Wall Paper Cameras and Supplies Use the Columns of The Reformer to Promote Any Worthy Cause Mesday, . October Three Days .of Fair in Two $3,600-Racing-$3,600 TUESDAY, OCT. 5 Free-for-all $800 2.16 Pace $400 218 Trot $400 2.30 Trot and Pace $300 WEDNESDAY, OCT. G 2.11 Pace $500 2.12 Trot $500 2.20 Pace $400 2.24 Trot and Pace ..... $300 NO ENTRANCE FEE At the termination of each heat the winning driver will receive a $5.00 gold piece. Hourly Concerts by Two Military Bands h m n- ii 1 m, gv Wm VAUDEVILLE , A v,mt . Jf J. V i. 1 V"4v.'J ' . " r 1 - The usual fine exhibits of Horses, Cattle, Sheep, Swine, Poultry, DoS, Fruit, Vegetables, Cookery, Needlework and Dairy Products. Big Midway of High Class Attractions Special Rates on All Railroads Admission, 75c, Children, 25c, Season Tickets, with return privilege, $1.50 Single Teams, 15c Double Teams, 25c Automobiles, 50c . A Continuous Program Morning and Afternoon Both Days of the Fair The Association's investment in Vaudeville for 1.920 represents tha largest amount in the history of the Valley Tair. The program includes such hcadlincrs as the following: The Two Valcntecns A Eig Aerial Act in which a Man and Women Perform Acrobatic Stunts within Circles Revolving at Gicat Speed High in Air. The Five MacLarens Scotch Kilties A Team of Five, Including Four Pretty Girls, in Six Atcs Featuring Instrumental and Vocal Music and Scotch Dancing. The Daley Brothers Acrobats. Introducing a Series of Spring hoard Stunts which are a Distinct Novelty in the Acrobatic Line. . Irene LaTour and Dog Zaza Misa Lr.Tour is a Finished Acro bat, while Zaza is enc of thhs Most Intelligent Stage Canines Anywhere. Patrick and Francesco Original Hay Wagon Team This act is Not New, but with its Original -Performers it Never Fails to Amuse Both Children and Growi.-ups. 1 By PERCY L. CROSBY by th McClur Nwspaper Syndicate " - r- j P.M...I.UVBlMf. sua The I wik ii n? wzf tilancy ivids tggf Fuk XmlC -W i The More Destruction JS o, Y?yU) J-ViWt A :' the Funnier the . JT U? 1 1 f MMiiW X -gy II sapf 1 at ijjixS rr- ai..,w.,. sj