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THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY KEFOHMERv, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1921.
AT 6a fit EM PERFECT HEALTH 'FRUIT-A-TIVES" Keeps lib Stcmach, and Liver in order ; - 4 F. R. ACAMS 154 Elm St., Lakeport, X. n. CfI realize that I havo reached tho age (Gj) when one oftea requires fixing up. My digestion was not right and trouble with my Liver and Lowe's caused considerable distress. I could not get rid of 'he Consti pation ; and the insuCcieiit action of my bowels resulted iu my blood absorbing the poisons. Last fail, I began taking Truit-a-tives' cr Fruit Liver Tablets, aud after using them for a short time I could see they were just what my system required. My liver became active and iuirrcvcmcnt in ever way was apparent. I d t whether anyone could feci better than I do; and I am willing to give credit where credit is due, to 'Fruit-a-tivcs'." F. II. ADAMS. LOc. a bo::, G for $2.50, trial size 23c. A t dealers or from FRUIT-A-TIVES Limited, OGDEXSBURG, N. Y. Thousands Thank Dr. Lconhardt who discovered Ilem-Hoid. the common sense Pile remedy. No cutting no greasy salves hut, a harmless tablet that gives quiek. safe and last in? relief. Money back if it fails, says The Brattleboro Drug Co. Adv. EX CLUS I V K UN PERT A KINO EMBALMEKS Automobile Service Tel. 2B4-YT rn.vTTEECORO, VT. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. DR. E. L. TRACY, PBysiclan and Surgeon, 214 Main St. Office hour: 8 to . m.. 1 to 3 p. m., 7 to 8 JO p. m. Tel. 256 I)R B eTWHITK, PbyiicUn nd Sargton. Warber Builidng, Room 205 nd 206. Hourt: 1-J and 7-8 p. m. Otr.ce tel.. 717-W; rei- 717-R. I)R. G. B. HOKTER. OSice at retidence. W eit Brattleboro. Hours: 8 to 9 a. m.; 1 to ?, and 6.30 to 8 p. m. Telephone, 318. DR. THOMARICETPhysiclan and Surgeon. 153 Main St. Tel., 2S1. Office hours: 1 to 3, atH in the evening. W. J. KAIffE, M. 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 Frost St., 'phone, 429-R. CrRALfTRTcH, M. D. Houra: 12.30 to 2.30, 7 to 8. Office 'phone, 165-V; house, 165-R. X-ray work a specialty. GTR. ANDERSON, Surgeon and Physician. Surgery a 1 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 only, 'l'hone 2t6. D R." GRAC E" W. BURNEX1, Physician and Surgeon.. Marlct lUock, Elliot St. Office hours: 8.30 to 9.30 a. r..: 1.30 to 2.30, and 7 to 8 p. m. Telephone, 74 !-v.". DR. H. P. GREE N E,P a ysician "ncf Surgeonl Ort'ce, Bank block. Horn: 9.30 to 19 a. m.. 1 to 3, and 7 to 8 p. m. Residence, 88 Green St. Telephone connection. E 6 WAR Dr71lY N C H , M. D. Surgery a ape rialty. tffice, I'ark Building 'l'hone, SAO. Hours, 1 to 4 p. m.; 7 to 9 p. ui. Residence, 1'utney Road. 'l'hone, 177. Sundays 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.f 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 Grove St.; telephone, 258. Office. Leonard block. Hours: 1.30 to 3. and 7 to 8. Telephone. 29-W. DR. H. L. WATERMAN. Office. 117 Main St. Over Kuech's store. Hrs.: 1.30-3, 7-8. Tel. 42-VV. W. R. LANE, M. D, 117 Main St Hours: 1 to 3 and 7 to 8, except Sundays. Tel. 789-W. DR. C. G. WHEELER, Osteopathic Physician, 110 Barber Bldg. Office hours: 10 to 12 and 2 to 4. Treatment by appointment. Tel. 219-W. HASKINS SCHWENK, Attorneys and Coun sellors at Law. Brattleboro, Vt. JOHN E. GALE, Attorney at Law. Guilford, Vt. Telephone, 302-W. DR. G. f7BARBER, Dentist. Union block, Brattleboro. FRANK E. BARBER, Attorney at Law. Bar ber Building, Brattleboro. O. B. HUG H EsTLawyer. 212 Barber building. Telephone IMo-W. BARROWS CO., Wholesale and Retail Dealers in coals of all kinds. Office, 37 Main St., Brattleboro. BOND A SON, Exclusive Undertaking. Auto niobile service. Telephone. 264-W. 'PHONE 354-W Moran & Rohde Funeral Diredon Automobile Equipment 57 MAIN STREET Brattleboro, Vermont PUTNEY. WALTER M. WARE. Former East Putney Fanner Dies in Alstead, N. II. Walter M. Ware. 05. formerly for 20 yeiirs a prosperous fanner and cattle dealer of East I'utney, died Wednesday in Alstead, N. II., where lie had lived alxmt !" years. ' Mr. Ware was a son of the late Wil-i Hani M. am! Clarissa (Harris) Ware of IJrookline and was born in 1N.V. At the ae f 17 he went into business for him self as a teamster and .jobber, following that work 10 years and doing an exten sive freighting business between l.rat tleboro and Townshend until what is now the West River branch, then known as the narrow gauge, railroad was opened, i when he gave up teaming. He went to East Putney in ISs.'i and for a time con ducted the Aplin farm on shares. About 1!." Mr. Ware bought and consolidated four farms which aggre gated about C(K acres, each farm having a set of buildings. It occupied more than l'(i() acres of the ""great I'utney mendow" and was conducted as a stock and dairy farm. At one time there were from I2 M to oOO cows on the farm and in one year he jsyld more than 1,I00 cows. He was "one of the largest patrons of the old creamery at Westminster. He also raised many .swine and kept about 0 horses on the nlace to conduct his work and business. In addition to his d.tirv business he raised a good number i Chapman resigned as auditor as he had of acres of sweet corn each year for the been assisting in the accounts of the canning factory at Westminster and, town clerk and treasurer, and the se raised annually from l.S(M to 'J.(KH) , ectmen appointed M. D. Smith in his bushels of oats." He disposed of his farm,' place. now known as the Hubert Loomis place,! At Candlemas day, sometimes consid and moved to Alstead about l." years ago, ered the middle of the winter, Windham and had conducted a farm since. this year has had 10 weeks of sleighing In 1S7( Mr. Ware married Aellie lloi-'auil brook of Townshend and she died 1U rears later, leaving a daughter, Alice Ware Woodbnrn. who died in Fast Dut ncv while the family lived there. A son. Walter M.. died in infancy. On Dec. 2, lMMt. he married Miss Frances Wilbur of Westminster, who survives He also leaves one sister, Miss Ellen L Ware of Xewfane. The funeral will be held at the home in Alstead Sunday. Miss Ilatt'm Proctor came Tuesday to be a guest of Mrs. II. D. Dailcy several weeks. Mrs. again X. 1 1.. Mrs. of Heil Mary F. Washburn was in town Tuesday, returning to Hanover, Wednesday. Thwing has received the rpiota Gross work and held sewing meetings Wednesday and Thursday moons, and immediately put out aft- the knitting. Mr. and Mrs. Henry T. Coe of Dos ton were guests of Mrs. Ooe's uncle, j Henry Warren, from Monday to Wednes-j day. They will leave soon for a trip to California. j Mrs. Joseph Holt entertained a party j of friends at whist at th' home of Mr.: and Mrs. Daniel Holt Wednesday eve-j ning. Prizes were won by Mrs. Min nie Patch. William I'.ailcy. Mrs. Fred Neil and Frank Kobertson. j Mrs. D. J. Smith celebrated her birthday anniversary on Tuesday and stunt the day with her parents at West I'.rattleboro. The Woman's Relief corp of Putney surprised her at their ceicbra-( tion Monday by presenting her a sum of' money in honor of the event, which came the next day. j H. G. Fverhth was in Montpelier last week to attend the reunion of the repre sentatives of P.M.'l'. He accompanied Mrs. Fverleth to Hanover. N. 1 !., Wednesday, v here thev visited in the home of Prof. Ghivvers. Mr. Fveileth left for Montpelier next lav. The v turned home Saturday. The Fortnightly meeting, to have been held Dee. at ren's, took place Ttiej-dav which was Mrs. War afternoon. w nen .Mis. ,, gave Her Women Who Game (her llower. which proved verv paper on The in the May- interest ins; as did the tracing Standish. Ilcfrc the hostess. f hen ancestrv to Mih hments were served bv The lirst prizes given at the military rn Star chapter Trradwav. Mrs. whist party by the Lastei were won bv Mis. W. (I. ' I-red Neil. Ldgar Huntley and Fred Neil, the women receiving pictures and the men neckties. 'n1(. consolation prizes were won by Mrs. Dora Howard. Mis. Kay Pnckman. ami consisted of puzzles Neil. IMgar Huntlev i'i me women and chma nest eggs f. r tlie men. WESTMINSTER WEST. M. Sanborn is ill in bed with tonsi- L. litis. The Ladies Aid day. Feb. pi, f,,r I louiiht on . society dinucr will meet Thnrs-j with Mrs. Pert .Miss J'ernice Ilohlen returned home , .Monday attcr a weeks visit with in 'lownsheml. friends lhe Junior ( hristi.in T'ift with Mis. F. It. day afternoon. Endeavor Chapman, societv Sutut- -vi m... :. .. t. . ..uss ii ,c isou went to iiii eniK ld Mass., !om!uy to cuter the hospital tor . training as a nurse. Miss Jennie Purnett has had a telenhou installed in her house occupied by Fay Hall. It is on line 10, number T, on the I'utney exchange. j Carleton Ilohlen and Miss Marion pen j son went to Pockinghiini Satind.iv even 1 ing to attend the insinuation of oflieets of the Grange there by Mate Master . L. Martin. The Ladies' Fnipn Aid societv of East! Putney will meet w ith Mrs. J. T. Koyce ' Wedm-sday afternoon, Feb. !, at 2 o'clock.' All interested in the society are invited j to come. Justin Hohh-n and Wilmer Pailev went to Saxions Piver Mondav evt-nniLr to at-i tend uie installation ot o:::cers Grange by tho State -Master, v. L of Plainlield. 'I he Christian Endeavor society tons Piver will come here Fridav ot the Martin of Sax evening on a sicighride party. The societv here !e party w ill itirnish a Knpper to which everyone is cordially invited. Mr. and Mrs. Seymour II Minard gave it sleihride partv Friday evening, taking; ii large sled load to Saxtous Piver to at-' (one 'M r-- p- . - -( dwTo n tend the play, Family I roubles, Kiven by the axtons River Crange. Maple tirove Grange-will give a play, supper and dance Friday evening Feb. 11 at the town hall. .The play---will be picsented by the Saxtons It iveiv Grange. A cordial invitation is exteiuleiL'., t all. IVrniee Holden and - Gat letoh lfolden whose birthday anniversaries were Jan. JO and received by parcel potit'hs a re minder of the day from their brother,' Sharon Holden, a pike weighing H pounds and measuring three feet long, which lie cauglit on I-ike Champlain. JAMAICA. Mr. arid Ilrattlcboro May nurd Townshend Mrs. I,. W I.emis were 'in Wednesday. Taft and Miss IVrkins of were in town Friday. .Tud South e Cudworth and Mr. l.abbitt of Londonderry were business vis- itors in Jamaica Wednesday. Mrs. I'.rown. who has been at her sister's, Mrs. Frank Knight's, returned to her home in Massachusetts Wednes day. Mrs. Knight accompanied her as far as IJrattleboro. WINDHA.M. George F. Carleton returned Saturday from I'utney, where he had been alxmt two months. Mrs. F. M. Ingalls was in Townshend Friday and Saturday to see Dr. Darker, dentist. Mrs. Hattie D. Jones accom panied her and visited Mr. and Mrs. I!. IJ. Drenttss. lhe auditors met Monday. II. D. has had 10 weeks or six zero days. live or six zero days. j,ast year there had been alxmt one week of sleigh ing and about zero days. The Congregational Sunday school has adopted the plan of regular missionary instruction and offerings. The January program va"S given Sunday and was about the Hural Work of the Home Mis sionary Society. The February pro gram will be a Lincoln memorial pro grain Feb. l.'i, with description of the denomination's work for the Negro. The offerings for the live Sundays in Jan uary totaled J4.S1, or aliout 1( cents a member. . VKKNOX. Representative Fverett . Powers was at home for the week-end from Montpelier. Miss Mabel Stewart of P.ellows Falls has been a guest of Mrs. E. E. Stock well. .Mr. and Mrs. llaymond Fairman and son are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fairman. Addison P.rooks. who has been in feeble health some time, remains about the same. The Ladies circle will meet in the church vestry Wednesday. Feb. '.). IMii ner will be served at. 1- o'clock. Dev. F. Jones of XorthrVhl will con duct services in the Fnioti" church Sun day at 1..", followed by Sunday school. The dance aixl program given by the Ilube family was well patronized and netted between .0 and SUO. Music for dancing was furnished by Alonzo Wii ley. Mrs. C. A. Harmon and Mrs. Ara bella Prcsctt Vernon Grange will hold its next reg ular meeting Saturday, Feb. .". Tin lec turer's hour will be devoted to a Wash ington and Lincoln program with sketches and clippings and a debate per taining to the lives of those famous ch.'i racters. News has been received from Mrs. Pliny l'urrows, who went last week to Springfield with 1 r little son. that an operation was i" il'ornied last week 'ami the child is making a good recovery. Mr. lim rows also is gaining. Father and son are in the same hospital. A social will he held in the vestry of the Vernon church Frid.iv evening by the member. will be ; woma n taiuing will be proceeds of the Sunday school. There i short program and games. Each is requested to carry a box con refreshnients for two.. 'The boxes sold to the highest bidder, the : to be used for singing hooks. Mr. ami Mrs. A. G. P.arnes received a letter last week from their daughter. Mrs. Alaida Hard of Turrucares, Costa Kic.i. written the day of the death of her husband. Edmund Hard, from pneu monia following influenza. Xo news has been received since. At that writ ing "Mrs. llurd and (laughter were ill and much anxiety is felt by relatives and friends on their behalf. pVPrevent It VV fi&f By Tnkin tk LJ hurlburts v O CAMPHORTILLS PjJ A small bottls carried In your l rj pocket guarantees you Instant T otfi relief at rmal! coat. When lJ fS TO" SNEEZE. SNCFF1.E ?J VmL or feel a CHILL coming AV Jjl on. take one hnrne- Af aroi It iirn I -iHifii ii in li 4Aki mi i n' Mat n J NEWFAXE. Eugene Thompson returned from New Haven Tuesday evening after a visit of three weeks with friends. Mr. and Mrs. Herman L. Eddy have been ill again during the past week, also the children of Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Wilder. Mrs.,Tohn White went to the Memo rial hospital Monday. During her ab sence their three children will stay with their grandmother in Wardslioro. O. It. Wright returned Saturday from their new home in New York state to assist Mrs. Wright, who has had charge of the Mstoffict during his absence. Miss Mary Jackson will attend the teachers' convention in Pellows Falls Friday of this week and the school iu Union district will be closed for the da . At this writing the number of pris oners in the county jail has increased to nine, the largest number that have been confined there at once for some time. The Farmers' meeting iu Union dis trict usually held Saturday evenings, will meet this week at the schoolhouse Friday evening. An interesting program has been prepared. Carlton I). Howe attended the Na tional Convention of Congrcgationalists at Aurora, 111., representing Vermont, visited schools at Gary, I ml., and stoped over Sunday with his twin brother. Clif ton D. Howe, at tho University of Tor onto. Elwin Jones is recovering slowly from an accident recently while helping his son. Hoy Jones, who is gettiug out logs in the forest near Newfane. Mr. Jones narrowly escaped serious injury but keeps up his usual cheerful optomistic sentiments notwithstanding. The school board met Tuesday to pre pare its annual reiwrt for printing. Tito expenses for schools in town steadily mounts from year to year and though the schools are all good and the teachers eflicient the question arises how high will be the tax rate nest year. Interesting letters come from Mrs. Florence P.atchelder P.rown. In her lat est she gives an account of picnic parties in January and of gathering beautiful pebbles from the Pacific beach while searching for moonstones, a small lock age of which she mailed to her friend Mrs. Delia Kenny. Seth Arthur Pratt of North Wey mouth. Mass., passed through Newfaiie aud spent the night of Jan. -.'7. The fol- S! "I owing day he went to' Pern to spend February. Much to the.su iprise of his home friends, who find winter weather n Massachusetts not very desirable and wonder how he can endure the ice and snow of Vermont when the winds blow ind mercury falls below zero. A quiet wedding took place at the Con gregational parsonage Sundny afternoon. Jan. H', the ceremony being performed by the pastor, HeV. F. 15. Hyde. The parties were Homer T. P.urronghs of West Townshend and Mrs. Zella I fellows if Xewfane. They were attended by Mrs. William Hazelton and daughter, Miss Malielle Haze ton. of this village, who are relatives of the bride. Mrs. Flora Head returned home Mon day night from the Memorial hospital in P.rattleltoro. During her stay there, while walking to the street Jan." Ut she fell on the ice. striking on one arm, dis locating ore elbow and straining the ligaments so that she had to be ether ized for treatment. She is improving slowly although not able to use her arm. She was accompanied to Xewfane by Mrs. J. G. Eddy of Sioux Falls, who is now with her brother, Howard P.urke, who is still in the hospital in Krattlchoro. The next. Grange meeting, which will be hehl Wednesday evening. Feb. 0, will take the form of "kid's night," when all the members are mpiested to renew their youth, ami tell some incident' of child hood, also bring a picture taken when a child. Refreshments of apples and Iopcorri will be served. This meeting will be in charge of Mrs. Lilah Ingram. At the last meeting a very interesting program was given. The question given to several ladies. What would I buy with $20 to make my house work easier? proved that all do not want the same thing. Mrs. Ingram gare a talk on her recent trip to Florida and showed some pictures, ami other articles of interest. SOUTH XEWFANE. The reading contest is being taken up with cnthusiHsm. Dwight E. Bailey was in Ludlow on business last week. Mrs. John E. Morse will entertain the Indies' Benevolent society Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Ira M. Ingram came Monday from Boston and Lawrence, Mass., where she visited her son. A Moorish woman considers it a point of honor to be absolutely ignorant of her Read an Advertisement the Other tJHow many times have you heard those seven words spoken in the course of ordinary conversation! QThe speaker then goes on to tell about a new in vention to lighten housework or a new table product or a new farm implement or a new idea in clothing. tJAlways something new! Advertisements are an endless source of information much of it directly interesting and important to you. IRead the advertisements. They tell you what is going on in the world. They tell you how you can live better. They tell you how you can live more economically. Read the advertisements as you do the news columns TOWNSHEND. Il'jth the boys' and girls' basketball team of Leland and Grav seminary went Wednesday evening to Chester, where both teams played teams from Chester high. Henry Puffer and JUaynnrd Taft took the young people in automobiles. j Among those who attended the pre-, sentation of the motion picture. Way Down East, at Pellows Falls last week were Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Robinson and familv. Mr. and Mrs. F. II. Lawrence, Mrs. W. W. Holbrook, Dr. and Mrs. F. Ii. Osgood. Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Willard and Miss Eleanor Willard. A. pleasant meeting of the Dorcas Guild was held at the Congregational vestry Wednesday with a large attend ance. A delicious hot dinner was served at noon by the hostesses, Mrs. E. II. Allbee. Mrs. John Jenkins and Miss Su san Atwaod. The afternoon was spent in sewing and a vote was taken to hold the usual annual sale during the summer. WEST TOWNSHEND. Many are harvesting ice. Mil ford Herrick was in Ilrattlcboro Tuesday. j John and- Fred Edwards are housed t with chickenpnx. The prayer meeting this week will be at the home of C. . Dunbar. Mrs. Horace Howard of Keene, N. II., is a guesfr at George I'uekley's. Miss Edith Clark attends the teachers' cjnventiou at Iiellows Falls Friday. ! II. E. Lawrence is housed as a resuH of an accident while loading a cv at Taft's mill last week. The htaging broke and he fell six or eight feet, in juring his back. Dr. Gale attended him. WEST WARDSBORO. Ronald and Robert White are at Mrs. Putnam s. Clarence Streeter is visitinz his sister' f and family in Athol. Mass. Mrs. Paul Lavoie. of Brattleboro is ear- , ing for her sister Mrs. Almon Robinon. Almon Robinson has sold the house onnerly owned by L. O. Robinson to Hi - ram Boyd of Wilmington. Mrs. Hugh Putnnin went to Newfane Monday to be with her daughter, Mrs. John White who underwent an operation for appendicitis at the Memorial hospital, Brattleboro. 'Falls Thursday to attend the South East - ei n Vermont Teachers' convention. Miss Ethel Eddy and Mr. Whitney, former superintendent of schools of this section Day- 99 of Windham county, will lx? among the speakers. -' . First P.aptist ciiurtli. W. W. Hackett, D. D. pastor. Beginning Feb. Cth. the pas tor will ive a series of talks on the Lord's Prayer." Iff the Sunday evening services he will take up a review of lh lIo!d"man's book, "Can the Dead Com municate With the laving?" HEALTH FOR WORKING GIRLS Those Who Suffer and Are Unable to Work Need Helpful Suggestions Springfield, 111. "I had periodic tre ble with weakness, cramp3 and back ache anJ 1 could not work. A neighbor recommended your medicine and I took four bottles of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege table Compound. ,'I am now strong and well able to work, and recommend your medicine to my friends. "Anna. Rimkus, R. R. No. 8, Springfield, 111. Why will girls continue to suffer i month in and month nut MIij Rimlrna did when case after case i3 related where j Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- pound has removed the cause of the troubla and brought good health. For m, frr ,rcTu: i j u: j i . i i uj:j- ; . 1 vrr root and herb medicine has been thd standard remedy for such ailments, and mas the record of having restored more suffering women to health than any other medicine. If there i3 any complication about ! four condition you do not understand write Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co.j Lynn, Massachusetts, in regard to your health. i.. lira r if ii t -" By PERCY L. CROSBY