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THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY REFORMER. SATURDAY, JANUARY 29, 1021.
, TERRIBLE CASE OF ECZEffl Prominent Veterinary of Dover Suffered Tortures for Twekre Yeari "FR MJ T-A-TIVES',and"Sooth Sn Va" Finally Brought Relief Dover, N. II. "In 190G, I began to be troubled with Eczema. It started ca riy ?aco and gradually spread.' Tb.9 second Summer, I was so badly JifllietKl I had to lay off work. I would keep my hands tied i:p at night to pre-cnt digging into my flesh whiie isleep. I spent hundreds of dollars in seeking relief. I would go for several niov .ha vithout trouble and then the Eczema would break oZ again and I w ;uld be in for a siege of suffering, idy Lands, especially across the knuMes, would be so puffed and STrolle:. I could not do any obstetrical ork cr cp.'i aiions. It was abcut three; months ngo I chanced to read an. ad. of 'Fr'U-a-tives.' about a penon beinjf cured of "V"ccpinjj Eczema by using 1'iis remedj a ad 'Saotha. Salva'. I bougut both and in about a week, noticed an improvement. I have now used t .vo boxes of Truit-a-tives' and onr; of 'Sootha Salva' anj am entirely f -co of E"zen:a. My flesh is dear ard cmocth and J. am that gratified w;th the result that I cannot preclai-n too loudly the merits cf these remedies '. E. :t. olzevtjam, d. v. B'rth remedies are sold at 60c. a box, G for $2.50. At all dealers cr gent postpaid by FRUIT-A-TIV' .United, OfiDEXSP.rnC!, N. Y- eui J) Money buck without question i HUNT'S Salva fails in thj .'Teatment of ITCH. ECZEMA. RINGWORM, TETTER or j other Itching skin diseartes. ' Cry a 75 cent hox &i our titJx. IJKATTLKBORO DIU'G CO. EXCLUSIVE UNDERTAKING EMBALMERS Automobile Service Tel. S04-W IiliATTLEBORO, VT. PROFESSIONAL. CARDS, DR. . L. TRACY, FDysicitn and Surgeon, 214 Main St. Office hours : 8 to 9 a. m., 1 to 3 p. m., 7 to 8.30 p. m. Tel. 256 DR B ET'WHITErPhytlcUn and Surgeon. Barber Builidng, Kooma 2US and 206. Houri: 1-3 and 7-8 p. m. Office tel., 717-W; tea., 717-R. DR. G. B. HUNTER. Office at residence. West Brattleboro. Hours: 8 to 9 a. m.; 1 to 2, and 6.30 to 8 p. m. Telephone, 318. DrTtHOMAS RICE7 Physician and Surgeon. 153 Main St. Tel., 291. Office hours: 1 to 3, and in the evening. W. J. KAINE, M. D., Physician and Surgeon. Office, Room 10, UUery Building. Hours: 8.30 to 9.30; 1.30 to 3.00; 7 to 8. Office 'phone, 429-W. Residence, 75 Frost St., 'phone, 429-K. C. R. ALDRICH, M. D. Hours: 12.30 to 2.30, 7 to 8. Office 'phone, 165-W; house, 165-R. X-ray 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 oniy. j. none to. DR. GRACE-W. BTJRNET1, Physician and Surgeon.. Market Block, Elliot St. Office hours: 8.30 to 9.30 a. in.; 1.30 to 2.30, and 7 to 8 p. m. Telephone 74 W DR. H. P. GREENE, rsysiclan Surgeon. Office, Bank block. Hujrs: 9.30 to 10 a. m., 1 to 3, and 7 to 8 p. m. Residence, 88 Green St. Telephone connection. EDWARDRLYNCH, M. D. Surgery a spe- cialty. Office, Park Building 'Phone, 540. Hours, 1 to 4 p. m.; 7 to 9 p. .. Residence, Putney Road. 'Phone, 177. Su..uaya by ap pointment only. DR. A. I. MILLER, Hooker block, Brattle boro. Office hours: 8 to 9, 1 to 2, 6.30 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 for glasses fittings made by mail or 'phone. American Bldg. DR. HENRY TUCKER. Residence, 12 Grve St.; telephone, 258. Office, Leonard block. Hours: 1J0 to 3, and 7 to 8. Telephone, 29-W. DR. H. L. WATERMAN. Office, 117 MaTnSt. Over Kuech's store. Hrs.: 1.30-3, 7-8. Tel. 42-W. W. R. LANE, M. D, 117 Main St Hours: 1 to 3 and 7 to 8, except Sundays. Tel. 7b9-V. DR. C. G. WHEELER, OsteopathlcPhysician", 110 Barber Bldg. Office hours: 10 to 12 and 2 to 4. Treatment by appointment. Tel. 219-W. HASKINS & SCHWENKVAttorneya and'Couli sellors at Law. Brattleboro. Vt. ?PH1 E- GALE, Attorney at Law. Guilford. yt;Telephone, 302-W. SR-..Pv F- BARBER, Dentist. Union block, Brattleboro. fKANK E. BARBER, Attorney at Law. Bar ber Building, Brattleboro. BARROWS CO., Wholesale and Retail Dealers in coals of all kinds. Office, 37 Main St., Brattleboro. - BOND & SOfct, Exclusive Undertaking. Auto mobile service. Telephone, 264-W. Pete Hopkins Writes from Montpeliei Montpeelyu, Jan. 24. Peer Jim : I seen by flier papers that were goin to lose assets in kongress. Taint so. we airit goin to loose a sete. we lost it wen porter dale fust went ter Washington, we kant be enny wurse offen we have ben for sum tiem. Linn hays lookin pritty prosjerus. Ilaint seen him lookin ser well fer years. (Jess lie muster struck oil durin ther last ye re. fred davis is bizzy shaken bans wfcli ennybody he metes. Fred thinks az how hees a gointer git pinted Marshall an git ther kusterdy ov all titer booz thets seezed in ther staet. he st'Z as how jiorter dale prom'.st tlier pintment fer helpin him put ovur ther traid with ray train'-r ter git. outer ther rase an help him. ray kinder miskewed in voten fer kox fer president. Kox an dale was. a grate koiubinasliun ter tie tew. Trainer sez as how he ken git along middlen well if fred gits ther job hees aftur. theres no doubt but fred ken git a lot ter sport if he will agree ter divide whats seezed. Do you kno Ktishman ov Rochester. Hees a funny kus. Talks all ther time, gese his brains must be set in nootral his tuns spins round ser fast. Kushman izer a fren ov jedge erjrertun who haint spoek abover wliispur fer SO yeres. ther jedge izzt r wise lookin feller. Won tiem sum one asted as ter what lie wuz think en about all ther tiem. Wnn ov his na bois rcpyel h ainter thinkin. he jet thinks hees thinkin and wunts uther Foot waz a wavin first wun hand then tother. Ast frank how whut abe wuz Iokin at. frank lookt mad az a hattur. Taint nawtUin, sez he. Ther lam fool thinks az how there guvnership bee is buzzin round him. Wonder if ther reformeur will stele this lettur, givin no kredit? claimants and of the number killed do ing damage to crops 75 per cent, were killed in the same section. NKWFANE. WEST TOWNSIIEXI). Say folks ter think ther jedge will tenses. Fred .lonson agin. Fred kin He sez az how plaze v.liare von hees thinkin. git rested fer Sum false day pre- ov Summerset iz bak kiuu wlu'ii he wants ter. summerset is a grate kin ait dcrc mete an trout all there yere round. Jorje Dumnam izzer rowin round bout Sunday law. Jorge sez az how heed lik ter play golf sunday thout beein church mawled. Sez az how thay rested biz brut her hear a spell ago fer playen on-nei- sunday when lltel told peejile liow biz famly wuz ther most jiius lot in ther sta't. sed he bed ter wpvare hisself by savin thare wuz a blak sheap in evry link he sez he doant reely blecve iii klozen ennything, not evuii henry izuks Vtak door. Ilarvie (2ood!e hez ben rest in fer a v.liiel. he sez az how lie needed it aftur bein guvner fer fore eres. Uoif Sarles. clair lVwel. frank T.nnp sun an ainn (Jrout hev ben a havin a eonsenushun parties ovur m saint bi rrv. Neil Clossun an Iave purtur wer in town. They aint ser chippur az thav wuz fore thay tride thayr shrude triks on frank Archbald upter Hide park. Have sez az how thay ware lucky ter get away with hole skins. yures Truley. I'eter Hopkins. P s Wuz in ther senit terdav. Abe jons TWO TERS GET HELP Praise Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound for what it did for Them li'll'II had to lie I' 4 I . , I Hagerstown, Md. "I was overworked and my monthly periods stopped. My body was swollen and pains so down. I was treated by a physician, but-hedid not seem to help me at all. My sister had taken your medicine with great results so I took Lydia E. Pink- ham's Vegetable j Compound and now I am able to work and feel like workiner. I have been recommending your medicine to my friends, and you are welcome to use my testimonial for I can never praise your medicine enough for what it ha3 done for me." Rhoda E. Carbaugh, R. R. 1, Hagerstown, Md. Women will tax their powers of en durance to the limit before giving up, and it is then some womanly ailment develops and they have to give up en tirely. When a woman suffers from such symptoms as irregularities, head aches, backaches, bearing-down pain3, inflammation, nervousness and "the blues," it is well for her to profit by Mrs. Cavbaugh's experience and try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound. It has restored multitudes of women suffering fromjustsuch ailments. TOWNSIIEXI). The cold snap this week froze several pipes in the village. John ( i rout, who has again been ill and confined to his bed, is able to be about the house. Mrs. Herman Torrey and two children of Merlin, N. H., came Tuesday to visit at the home of her aunt, Mrs. Kffie Far well. Norman and David Iiishop are visiting in South Newfane during the absence of their mother, Mrs. ( W. Iiishop, in 15rat tleboro. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lowe and son. How ard, of Urattleboro spent Sunday with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. 15. Batch elder. Mr. and Mrs. E. P.atcheldcr and Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Ware attended the annual bank meeting and banquet at Newfane last week. Mrs. T. M. Allen of West Brattleboro came Monday to visit at the home of her daughter. Mrs. 1'. H. Holland, and sons. P. V. and T. M. Allbee. A work meeting of the missionary so ciety was held at the Congregational ves try Wednesday. A quilt was tied and packed to be sent to the American Inter national college at Springfield, Mass. E. W. Tuttle went Tuesday to Brattle boro to visit his wife, who is in the Memo rial hospital. Mrs. Tuttle is suffering with an abeesx in her head and for that reason no operation has been performed. A basketball team has been formed among the girls at Leland and (Jrey semi nary and practice is being held. As those taking part are nearly all new players no games will be scheduled at present. The entertainment committee appointed for the Community Dramatic club has se lected the drama. The Vagabonds, for presentation as soon as the town hall is furnished ready for use. Those register ing as memlM'iN of the club now number about l."0. During the high wind Tuesday, the big rolling door on J. H. Ware's large barn was thrown out by the violent suction nearly to the road, smashing it into splin ters. Luckily a pile of heavy planks were at hand which were ut once nailed across the opening. This is the third time the door has been thrown down by the wind since the barn was built, although fas tened in an apparently secure way. A "sunshine bag" was presented Miss Katherine Chase by her friends last week. The bag contained various gifts, jokes, let ters, etc., one of which she was instructed to draw out and open each day. Jellies, conserves and dainties to tempt the appe tite also were included in the gift. Miss Chase has been confined to her bed by ill ness for several weeks and is much uusscd in the store by her many friends who took this way to express their friendship. A lively but loosely played game of bas ketball was played at seminary hall Wednesday evening between the seminary team and town team. The seminary boys proved too much for their opponents, win ning the contest by a score of 'Aft to 1". The line-ui) : Seminary team Mavnard Taft, c. ; Raymond Barry, f . : Rav" Wil der, f . ; Harry Carlton. g. j'uucn.v. k. a own team i. rsprasue, c, Howard Osbourn, f . ; Arthur Fletcher. I.; Uene I. oIuiiiMis, g. ; Kobert The next seminary game will here Wednesday, Feb? 2, with ter nigh us their opponents. The steady, piercing gale from the north Tuesday with the mercury at zero made it initossihle to comfortably heat 1 the school building. The children all j gathered in one room at the graded school j and much leeway in regard to seats and j lessons was necessarily given, line girl, who courageously walked a mile ami a ' quarter from her home t attend the ses sion suffered a frozen ear in consequence. The attendance was small and the school teams had light loads. Mr. Osborn. who covers the hill district east of the village, brought in but one pupil. Manv of the' children have been staying out on" account of hard colds. Some Slide, We'U Elsie Farr and Beatrice Carlton, two courageous young Misses, took their hand sled Monday -atternoon and slid to West Townshend railroad station, a distance of three miles, to do an errand and walked back to their home in South Windham When asked if they slid all the wa they said, "Oh, no! we tipped ove- lots' of times." They didn't appear at all dis couraged even if it was a cold day. Herbert E. Lawrence is working in Taft's mill. Rev. Wm. F. BiKsel! attended the min isters' meeting at Brattleboro Monday. Fred Smith of Brattleboro was a guest at Dr. (leo. T. Oale's the first of the week. Walter Van Ness is cutting up some of the wood piles with his new sawing ma chine. Christian day will be observed next Sun day evening. Miss Kthelyn (Jrout has charge of the meeting. Frank Rue of Jamaica has been cutting on wood for C. N. Boynton and Archie Wheeler. Those confined to the house by illness are Mis. F. 1J. Fisher, Mrs. Chaniberlin, Mis. Call and Mrs. K. W. Holden. Owing to the illness of her mother, Miss Clark went home at the close of school each day last week. (Seorge Harrington came for her. Miss Ruby Stebbins of Townshend is caring for Mrs. Brtha Boyden, who is ill at Dell Chase's. Mis. Boyden is im proving. John H. Ware of Townshend, whnVwget timr into his car in front of C. O. Kim ball" hist Friday, flipped on the ice, striking on his hand and dislocating one of his lingers. Dr. F. L. Osgood of Town shend attended him. Ornando I .Met ri field. Ormando V. Merrifield, who died in Brook, lnd.. Dee. 24. 1!20, was born in Newfane Nov. 110, a son of Na than and Abigail (Gushing) Merrifield, life-long residents of Newfane. Early in the fifties he went to Minne sota to engage in farming and carpen tering. In August, 1SG2, he enlisted in Com pany H, Sth Minnesota infantry, serving until the end of the war. His wife, who was Miss Helen Dickson, survives, with three sons and one daughter. One sis ter, Mrs. A. C. Redwav. lives in Brat tleboro. Tie late Mrs. D.-lia Wilder of the same town was his sister. The same faithful service he gave his country he continued to give to family, church and neighbors throughout his long and useful life. MRS. DUNCAN TELLS OF SPLENDID RESULTS KAST JAMAICA. 11. K. Totter was at Norman Allen's in Hinsdale, N. H., the last of the week. Miss Ruth Palmer of Townshend was a guest at K. M. Butler's over Sunday. A. L. Trinp of Brattleboro was at (J. II. Cleason's Tuesday to deliver a new Wlie car. Miss Kvelyn Bucklev has returned her ' grandmothei's after a slont stay Keene. C. F. (ileason attended the basket ball game at the junior-senior high school in Townshend last week. to in WINDHAM. lit o! esentat ive V.. L. Stowell returned Monday to Montpeliei after a week at luinif on account of illness. Colonic Ciiilctoii if South Windham is woikintr for Mis. L. II. Howard. Mrs. Mary Howard remains seriously ill. Ruth Oiles returned last week after woikiug a few days fir Mrs. Rovee Sev erance at the Huntley home in North Windham. Mis. A. F. Hawkes and daughter. Mar guerite, were in Chester Friday and Sat urday to take Mrs. Augusta Hawkes, who remained for a visit. Mrs. P. K. Sherwin has been ill the oast week. Her daughter, Mis. William Hol den of Chester, is helping her. Mr. Hol den and a friend sjent the week-end at the Sherwin's. Mr. Charnentier, president of the Paw tucket Lumber Co., was in town the pat week. The company's mill will reopen in the spring. Choppers are now cutting both hard and soft wood. Vvilii(icjl:iv- r-Vfiiimcr n ;il:irii w.ts Kiilead Nathan i,y telephone that Klmer Dimick's house was afire. Neighbors Horn the north part of town responded ami the fire was soon under control. The liie came tmni a burn ing chimney. Tuesday was the coldest day of the win ter thus far. Temperatures of from nine to IS degrees below zero were reported froni various places in town, and a stormy wind blew which discouraged most out door woik and traveling. r ollett. g. be plaved the Ches- SOl'TII WINDHAM. of nearly ev- SOlTil NKWFANK. The Ladies Benevolent society met at the vestry Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Love is spending a few davs with her sister, Mrs. A. M. Merrifield, at Williamsville. Mrs. Dwight FJ. Bailey came Fridav from Agawam, Mass., for the week-end with Mr. Bailey, returning Monday. The warm wave of Saturday and Sun day was followed by a decidedly cold wave Monday and Tuesday, accompanied by high winds. Mr. and Mrs. FJ. Milton Dexter an.l Mr. and Mrs. Charles' L. Dexter of Phil adelphia and this village sent last week at Atlantic City. The Brooksi'cle B. B. club met Inst week Thursday with Mrs. Herbert W. (Jarry. The meeting this week is with Mrs. Claude Reed. Mrs. Ira M. Ingram left Monday for Lawrence, Mass.. where she will stay with her son. Lawrence Ingram, whose wife is in a hospital. A irood number from this village at tended Fridav evening the play given at Orang" hall in Williamsville for the ben efit of additional electric street lights. It would be easier to make a list of those who have escaied the prevailing distemper than to name those who have had it. Most of the folks seem to be "just getting over" or "just coming down" with it. Mrs. Samuel Morse, wiio is at the home of her daughter. Mrs. A. M. Mer rifield. was pleasantly reminded of her !2d birthday anniversary Sunday bv about MO friends and neighbors' who called Sat unlay afternoon and Sunday to extend congratulations ami . best wishes. They found Mrs. Morse happy, m good health, and heartily appreciating the friendly visits, messages by mail and telephone, and other remembrances. WKST WAUDSBORO. Mis. W. l. Nash is iil with sciatic rheu matism. Clarence Strceter visited in Guilford and Jamaica lecently. Mis. Henry Payne is ill. Her daughter, (.race, is at home caring for her. Mrs. F. O. Robinson and Oscar Newell, who have been ill, aie improving. Bernard Newell, who is working in Guil ford was at his home on Prospect avenue over Sunday. Miss Carrie RnWrts and one of her pn pds. Miss Martha Allen of Pikes Falls were at her home over the week-end. Dr. and Mrs. W. W. Ilackett returned 1-riday after two weeks' absence in Lynn, Boston and South Newfane. The L. S. C. was pleasantly entertained Jan. "bv Mrs. May Allen. A new "cray" quilt was begun, and some fancy work done. Delicious refreshments were served. A "hard dull bitterness of cold" has pre vailed several davg. However with cheer ful wood fires, cellars full of vegetables and tanned goods and a simply of pork, leef. mutton and venison, there has not been the suffering there might Le in less fav oied places. West Rutland Woman After Suffering Ten Years Takes Tanlac And Is Re stored to Perfect Health "Tanlac has something on all the other medicines I ever took and certainly de serves the good reputation it has," said Mrs. Henry Duncan, while discussing the medicine at her residence in West Rut land, Vt., a few days ago. "1 had been in poor health for 10 or 1.1 years and was in a dreadfully weak, run-down condition. Why, six months ago I was suffering with indigestion, bloat ing and nausea pains so bad I thought I would never be a well person again. I was badly constipated, and my head ached frightfully. I was so nervous I never knew what a gocd night's sleep was, and many a night I could scarcely close my eyes. My housework was a burden to me, and I felt worn-out all the time. "I started taking Tanlac on the ad vice' of my daughter, Mrs. Garafano, of 73 .Travers I'laee, Rutland. She had been taking Tanlac and the medicine built ' her up so wonderfully that she is now a picture of perfect health. Well, I am just now on my third bottle of the medicine, and I feel as strong and well as I did before my health began to faiL I can eat just anything I want without my stomach bothering me and I'm free from constipa tion, headaches and nervousness. My housework is a real pleasure, and I think Tanlac is the grandest medicine in the world." Tanlac is sold in Brattleboro by the Brattleboro Drug Co. Adv. tening to three violin selections by Mrs. Carl Holt of New York city. PUTNEY. Putney was well represented a the dance. at Dumnierston last Thursday nl.-Ut.. One lnree sled load nf voune neoiile. 1' Treadway's buss and an automobile load made up the company. A party also at tended the dance at Hinsdale Friday night. Miss Jessie O'Connor, who has been accompanying her sister, Mrs. Harold Reed of Dumnierston, to Ioston for x-ray treatment, went with her Thurs day to Springfield, Mass., where the treat ment will be given hereafter, with over? sight from the Boston physician. Mr. and Mrs. O. t. Buxton and daugh ter, Muriel, who are camping at De Soto Park, Florida, write that the park is provided by the city for the tin can tour ists and at the time of writing over 700 automobile tourists were camping there. They stated that everything was done for their comfort and pleasure. Mrs. II. W. Frost of Riverview farm, East Putney, clerk of school directors, celebrated her birthday anniversary by having a week-end house party, to whic h she invited the three teachers from the Central school. Miss Cooley, Miss Mur phy and Miss Follette, and the two Fast Putney teachers who make their home with her. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Tawing entertained about 7." people at theii home Saturday evening at IS tables of military whist. Those at the table which won first prizes were Mrs. B. K. Wright, Mrs. Dalton N. Howard. Denton J. Smith and David Co burn, while those who won the consolation prize; ;were Mrs. Margaet Robertson, Mrs. Daniel Holt, W. II. Dickinson and B. F. Howard. The following figures were secured bv Town Representative F. W. Watson at Montpelier from the report of the state fish and game commissioner and will be of interest to all in this section when. the continued depredations of deer are so' wen known. IJie tota amount, of fining paid for damage by deer bv the state of Vermont in R1N-U) was $2,lt7..V. Of. this $l.Xi1.." was paid in Windham county. The total paid in 1M9-20 was! x;:;7.14. Of this .sr,,s'.n2 was paid in) indham county. Total number of deer killed doing damage in the state in l!iS-l!l was r,L Or these riS were killed in this county. In JH!-20 S7 were ki'led in the state, of which '.'.) er.. I killed in Windham county. Thus over per cent of the, sum for the whole state was paid to Windham countv One cf more members cry family in town is ill. Mrs. Bertha Boyden, who has been ill with pneumonia, is slowly recover ing. A. . Burbee began drawing lumber to West Townshend Monday with his Ford truck. Frank Lambert started for Hoosick Falls, N. Y., Tuesdav on account of the illness of his sister, Mrs. Grace Irish. Dr. A. G. Thomas of Jamaica was called Sunday to see Harry Jenison. who was suffering severely with indi- j gestion. Miss FHcn M. Howe has returned home after spending a few days at the home 'of her brother, Bert F. Howe, in South Londonderry. Tuesday was a real winter day. ther mometers registering from. 10 to 1(5 de grees he?ow the cipher in different lo calities Tuesday morning. Wind blow ing a gale from the north made it any thing but pleasant to be out. C. M. were over Wil-Wil- Heed Nature's Call Before It Is Too Late! RID yourself of the poisons in your body and banish the RHEUMATISM that raaKes you suner uinuiu arronv bv neutralizing the toxins and de stroying the poisons circulating in your blood. Price $1. Rapidly re moves all RHEU- PsIgftlM5-' MATIC symptoms, and prevents ineir return. iop overloading your system with danger ous drugs: nair a teapoonrul once or twice daily is a sure and safe guarantee to good health. The Kells Company, Newburgh, N. Y. wamssEssmssm is vi WKST DIMMERSTON. Miss Jessie O'O-onnor of Putney iting Mrs. Frank Leonard. Miss Edith Meacham spent the week end at her home in Townshend. Mrs. Richard park ami Mrs. Taft visited friends in Newfane week. 1 Mrs. Arthur Adams of Brattleboo vis ited over Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ouy Tafi. EAST DOVER. Arthur Brown is attending Brattleboro Business Institute. Miss Mattie Metoalf visited at Moore a few days this week. Leone Turner ,inl Marlon fiould home from Brattleboro high school Sunday. Mr. ami Mrs. Wells Starette of mington were guests of Mr. and Mrs bur Stowe from Friday to Sunday. Mrs. Kail Yeaw is assisting Mrs. Claude Upton i'l West Dover in caring for her father, W. Frank Jones, who is ill. Mrs. W. D. Howe visited her daughter. Mis. Ruby Jones, and family in West Do ver this week. C. M. Moore was called to Brattleboro Fiiday by the serious illness of his fa ther. M. A. Mooie. Mr. Moore is more comfoi table. Mrs. Run Adams and A. Fridav to Ixmdonderrv to peral Saturday of Mis. Mrs. Esther Afdrkh.. Loren .Mien was taken Memorial hospital Monday Hett'Oii of Wardsboro. where an operation was performed Tuesdav on his knee. A broken knee cap was found. to HrKford, Conn., Wednesday. Miss Miriam Reed, nurse, who was at her homa for the week-end, was called to Springfield (Vt.) Monday on another case. The dance and supper at Grange hall by Evening Star Grange Thursday evening was well attended aud an enjoyable time was reported. The Girls' Friendly club is working in a play which will be given at an early date, with supper furnished by the Wom an's association. -Miss Minnie Hamilton of West Brat tleboro, who has been with her aunt, Mrs. Albert Newton a week, has re turned to her home. Miss Ruth Walker accompanied her. Both young women attended the dance given' to the former pupils of the Brattleboro Business Institute. DIMMERSTON. Noah Alexander is ill and confined to the house. . Mrs. Addie Piper has rctumel to Springfield (Vt.). Mrs, IiJa Newton has resigned from the Grange standing committee. j Miss Helen Evans was in Boston sever al days last week for. treatment. I Mrs. F. L. Brown is visiting her sister, Mrs. C. O. Chamberlain of Brattleboro. ; Mis.s Miriam F. Reed, nurse, was called to a case in Springfield (Vt.) Monday. Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Stark ami son were recent visitors at L. L. Stark's. Miss He'en Evans has returned from Boston, where she went to consult a s-jM-cialist. Arthur J. Hermann, who sient a week in the home of II. II. Miller, returned SOUTH VERNON. Robert Delphy has been ill with grip. Hoyt Clark of Sunderland spent Mon day in town. Mrs. V. E. Van Dusen is attending the mid-winter convention in Boston. Miss Dorothy Carr of Williamsville is visiting her cousin, Mrs. W. C Tyler. W. W. Norcott went Monday to at tend a mid-winter convention in Bos ton. -Miss Beatrice Willard has been visit ing Mrs. J. A. Stebbins in Northfield, Mass. Albert F. Darrell of Hartford, Conn., was a guest of Mrs. Julia Ennis the first of the week. Miss Joy Buffum spent" the week-end at the home of her parents, Rev. and Mrs. H. E. Buffum. Miss Hazel Grant is boarding with Mrs. W. B. Dunklee during the absence of her aunt, Mrs. R. E. Keeney. R. E. Blodgett, C. A. Beers, Henry Carr. R O. Allen and R. E. Bruce went to Holyoke Monday to consult with cream dealers. George Rice, who has been spending the winter in Alabama, came to visit old friends this week. He thought there was some contrast in temperature from mild summer heat to zero weather. Ho is staying with E. 1. Edson. With reference to the accident last week to Mrs. Wilber Howland, who was thrown when a carriage in when she was riding was run into by the Northfield transfer bus, Mr. ami Mrs. Charles A. Wright state that they would have been glad to have given assistance had they known anyone was in trouble, but they have been bothered so much by strange men about the places in the night that they did not respond to rappings on the back door. QOt3DEIOEIOEiDBOjoiJDElQSDID3 E. Jones went attend the fu- Adams's sister, to Patt'choro by Dr. O. V. ;tiv last Dr. Lconliardl's Advice lie says his harmless tablet Heni Roid will relieve the most stubborn case of Piles, or money back. Gives quick action. The Brattleboro Drug Co. sells it on guarantee. Adv. WEST DOVER. W. Franklin Jones is more comfort able. A telephone been installed for Clayton Upton. The number is 7 21. Mrs. Anna Willctt has returned home front the Memorial hospital in Brattle boro. One of Ora Bogle's horses was in jured recently. A veterinary from Brat tleboro was called to attend it. Mr. Waite has brought his family from Boston to the farm which he bought recently of Orrin Hescock. They are running a boarding house fur the lum ber compatiy. Mrs. Jennie Caned y has returned to her home in Wilmington to rest a few days after helping care fyr lier father. W. Frank Jones. Mrs. Earl Yeaw is taking her place. . The dame at schoolhouse hall was well attended, 40 couples being present, J. J. and W. J. Snow furnished music. The dancers also had the pleasure of lis- 0 a Q I I a I I 0 a 1 a 13 a I !! 19. 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