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r THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY REFORMER; FRIDAY, 3 1 ARCH IS, 1021.
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Household Bookkeeping
It is bothersome to keep accurate records of house
hold and personal expenses for food, light, fuel, clothing,
travel, recreation and sundry needs. If you pay by check,
the bank will automatically keep these records for you.
You pay for your purchases by check, the merchant
deposits this check in the bank and it is charged to your
account. Periodically these cancelled checks are returned
to you with a statement of account. You then have a rec
ord of how much you have paid to the different tradesmen.
Try it and you will be surprised to find how convenient it
Vermont National Bank
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BY appointing tis to act u your
executor, in tie event of your
death your wife's business problems
become ours.
In tie settlement of your estate she
will have the benefit of our co-oper-atfn"H
and counsel, at a time when
friendly interest and help are most
needed.
peoples National Bank
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Bon Bon Mixture
We Sell Saturdays Only This Celebrated
Mixture for
$1.00 per lb.
Price Heretofore Has Been $ 1 .50 per lb.
Brattleboro Drug Co.
THE PRESCRIPTION STORE
104 MAIN STREET 'PHONE 550
The Rutenber
Range
The Star
Dish Washer
The Domanco
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ron
These machines are a necessary
part of The Home Beautiful. You
are going to hear a lot about The Home
Beautiful this spring; No drudgery
there.
HORTON D. WALKER
The Torrington Simplex
Sweeper Ironing Machine
The A. B. C.
Washer
HELEN LYNCH
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WINDHAM.
Lost in Woods Over Night.
Edward Walsh, who since last July has
lived at Waldo .T. Smiths, where his
daughter, Mrs. Margaret Walsh, is house-
tli'horo this week by the illness of her
mother, Mrs. J. B. Cobb.
Bysle Slade, who was very ill last
week, has been moved to the home of his
grandmother, Mrs. French.
Several women and men enjoyed the
; " - : - , ,.,infiiihi V.: .1 . 5 . I several women unu men enjoyeu uu
Keeper, spent an uHWu..u.u.e Ulguc bM. at the p0sto(Uc0 Friday .eyening
Reformer Advertisements Pay Best-Try One
Popular Helen Lynch, who has been
seen in some of the excellent pictures,
and who is a prime "movie" star, was
born in Montana eighteen years ago.
She is blonde and blue eyed, and pro
fesses to like "thrilly" stories. Her
ambition is to do dramatic parts, but
her appearance is that of a delightful
ingenue.
O
WrELL, I been deesa place, capital
Washington, fiva, seexa day
now find I dunno somating yet. Every
day I go geeva look at da senate and
da congress and every time ees jusa
same too moocha talk and no do
somatincr.
You know, weeth talk deesa bunch
gotta more speed as da locomote on" da
railroad. But weeth work ees da sarna
shift as Ilalley's comet.
. Other day my frien wot go een, dat
place weeth me say one man was
gonna introduce da Bill. I aska "Bill
who?" and he tella me I dunno soma-
ting.
Now I dunno wot for my frlen talka
da way weeth me. I feegure eef dat
man een da congress was gonna intro
duce somebody he tella hees lassa
name anyway. Eef Bill was no stranger
een dat place wotell's da use intro
duce. You know, I am smarta guy, too.
I aska my frien one more time wot
was Bill's lasta name and be say I
am craze een da head. "Jusa wait and
geeva look," he say.
So I waita tree, four hour een dat
place for see wot Bill lodka like. - But
he no show up. Dat guy wot introduce
heern starta maka da speech. lie talka
too long and I getta deesgust.
I am preety mad so I'leava dat
place and go home. And I tink Bill
feela same way and go home, too. Dat
guy talka so long Bill gotta time for
getta acquaint heemself weethout in
troduce. ,
Wot you tInk?V
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lie and Mr. Smith went for a loadXofJ
hay from the Converse place and Mr.
Walsh started to walk back over, the hill
road from Stow ell corner." 3 le" was not
familiar with the road and -in the dark
became caivfused at the-Dimick place and
went out into the tields. Kceing a light at
Henry Itiioades's he tried to make his way
there across lots, but th .-light went outi
He did not know how ti come to ft road
and so spent the night Qnder sonic pruce
trees in Mr. Ithondes's pasture. It rained
about three hour' fn -the night and Mr.
Walsh took cold, but had suffered no
serious ill effects from his exposuer at last
reports. - r- :. -
Mr. Smith and mjth. vaisn ma not
start a search for mm as tuey thought
he might stay over night at some house on
the way.
The West school closed March 11 for
the spring vacation, ihe center school
will not close until March 2.". -
Miss Eva Boulette of Brook6eld, Mass.,
is spending some lime iuu nor latner,
John Boulette, at the West Windham
lumber camp. - '
Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Carteton of South
Londonderry visited at Charles - Fon
taine's Friday. Their daughter, Iluth. re
mained for several days' visit with Jose
phine Fontaine.
The third monthly missionary program
of the Sunday school was given last Sun
day. It took the form of a dialogue. A Visit
from M. C. E. S., descriptive of the work
of the Congregational Education society
William Call and family, who moved
last year from Missouri to the Sanderson
place in West Townshend, moved last
week to the Noble Hawson place. They
will carry on the tarm tne coming year1
and cut lumber for A. G. Burbee, who
owns the place.
Frank Stone'and family have returned
b the John Gould farm. Mr. Stone, who
carried on the Gould farm several years,
moved last October to a farm near Clare-
mont, N. II. J. E. A lute has been caring
for the stock on the Gould farm during the
winter.
Guy Rhoades was taken to South Lon
donderry Monday afternoon, going from
there to Brattleboro Memorial hospital
Tuesdav for an x-ray examination of his
leg, which he broke the previous week.
His father, Henry E. lilioados. accompa
nied him, returning Tuesday night.
Most of the sugar places were tapped
last week. Those who tapVed in time got
the benefit of a good run Friday and Sat
urday. A liuinln-r of places are not being
worked this spring as owners who have
other regular work feel they can make
more in other work than sugaring.
The church service Sunday was held in
the church auditorium. Since December
services have been held in the vestry for
ease in hating. Although the church
membership is the lowest it ever has been
the attendance this winter has been higher
than for corresponding months for several
years.
Ivoslip Rhoades of West Townshend
visited his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Henry
E. Rhoades, March !. A large family
gathering had been planned for that day
in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Rhoades's silver
wedding anniversary, but it had to be
given up because their son, Guy, broke
his leg the day before.
given by R. C. Williams 011 his new Sil-
vertono talking machine.
Mr. and Mrs. William Ireland, who
have been boarding the last six months
at S. Crowninshiold's. went to Lowell.
Mass., Thursday to visit relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. II.? R. Benson, Mr. and
Mrs, A. A. Benson and Marion, Mr. and
Mrs. II. O. Williams. -spent Sunday even
ing at IV A. Styles and were treated to
new sugar.
The village school closed Friday. .The
teacher, Mrs. Mowrey, has gone to her
new home in Jamaica, recently bought
of Max Wolf. It is expected she will re
turn for the next term.
The Ladies' Aid society met Wednes
day at the parsonage. Mrs. A. A. Ben
son served the dinner. The women
showed their skill by tying out three
quilts in the afternoon.
The river broke up last Saturday with
very little damage, except breaking Mrs.
-Neine liuroanK s water pipe mat sup
plies water for her house and barn. For
tunately her house is supplied with a
good well and pump.
LAWLER
THEATRE
GREENFIELD
Thursday, Friday, Saturday, March 17. 18, 19
Twice Daily at 2.30 and 8 p. m. ,
THE SENSATION OF THE AGE
D. W. GRIFFITH'S"
Marvelous Picturization of the Delightful
New England Play
Way
How Ifa5tiirted
THE MILE. '
THE Roman unit of long measure
was 1,(X0 paces, called a "milli,"
Latin for 1,000., The distance was, of
course, only approximate, but the
word, shortened to "mile," persisted
ami all the modern units are derived
from it. One minute of Earth's equa
tor was chosen as the geographical
mile. There are 10 recognized stand
ard miles, varying from 1 to C.64 times
our statute mile of 5,280 feet, .which
was denned in Queen Elizabeth's time.
(Copyright.)
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A LINE 0' CHEER
By John Kendrick Bangs.
AS TO THE GALLERY.
I care not if they say of m
I play - unto .the gallery,.
For In those places up on high
Where wealth and fashion seldom
fly. ' -
I find that many a fellow sits
With solid mind and nimble wits.
Who hath a soul as full of glow
As any sitting down be'ow.
While 'mongst the more exclusive
oft .
I've found a head that's mighty
soft.
With naught for its location fit
Except the cash to pay for it.
(Copyriht)
SOITH WINDHAM.
Mrs. Mary Eddy has returned to her
home in Brattleboro.
Mrs. Louis .Tenison and Raymond
went to South Londonderry Saturday to
visit-relatives. -'
(ieorce E. Carh-ton and Earl Holden
are carrying on Harry Hall's sugar or
chnrd this spring. -
The Willing Workers gave Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Hall a surprise party Thursday
evening, March 10.
Cola Howe is helping George Chase
during sugaring and Weston Cheney is
working for Frank Fisher.
William Stewart of -Turners FalK
Mass., came Saturday nij;ht and will carry
on L. E. Harris's sugar orchard.
Mrs. Elnora Rhodes, who has been as
sisting with the work at A. O. Chase's,
has returned to her home in the village.
Bert F. Howe has returned to his
home in South Iondonderry after spending
a few days in the home of his brother, Mrs.
N. R. Howe.
George Chase went to Jamaica Friday
to get Mrs. Chase and their three children,
who have been with her mother, Mrs.
Harry Clough, four weeks.
JAMAICA.
Mrs. Anna Howard is visiting her
daughter, Mrs. Lawrence in Townshend.
Mrs. Martha Howe of West Town
shend has been a guest at Mrs. Anna
Howard's for a few days.
George Brooks has returned from Tur
ners Falls where he has been working
for the Realty company.
Mr. and Mrs. Bogle have been enter
taining their brother, C. E. Bogle of
White River Junction, several days.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Torrey. who
have been employed several years in Mil-
ford, Conn., came Saturday night to
their home here, having finished work
in Connecticut.
The Woman's Relief corps will give a
play, The Arizona Cowboy, in opera
hall, March 24. to be followed by a dance
and supper. Davenport's orchestra will
fiirnih music. The entertainment is
under the direction of Mrs. Fearl Stark.
Down
East
for the
EAST JAMAICA.
The River school is closed
Easter vacation.
W. S. Allen attended the listers' meet
ing in l.rattleboro luesday.
Miss Muriel Grout and Miss Doris Rob
inson are home for the Easter vacation.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Peirce were in
Brattleboro Tuesday. Mr. l'eirce at
tended the listers meeting.
Mrs. Ethel Patterson was a guest over
Sunday of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. W.
C. Lippincott. Her little daughter re
turned to Brattleboro with her.
WITH A BIG SPECIAL
Sympliony Orchestra
Now Breaking All Records at the Tremont Temple,
Boston, In Its 25th Week. New York's
Greatest Theatrical Sensation.
Matinee Prices: 25c, 50c and $1.00 ,
Nights, 50c, $1.00, $1.50 and $2.00.
(Plus War Tax)
New York is paying $5.00 a seat'. "Well worth $10.00
a seat," says the New York Herald.
ADVANCE SALE STARTS MONDAY, MARCH 14
AT 10 O'CLOCK, A. M.
Special attention to mail orders, accompanied by
check or money order, plus war tax.
HDlii0!0!!3i3E
DUNHAM BROTHERS COM
m
PANY 1
KONDYILLE.
Jasper Benson is assisting L. fJ. Itob
erts during sugaring.
Mrs. Wesley Amsden and two children
are visiting in -Manchester.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Williams visited
his brother. Pearl. Sunday.
Mrs. Mattison of Manchester visited
her brother, Wesley Amsden, last. week.
Mrs. Aden Coleman and daughter vis
ited her aunt, Mrs. (j. L. Burbank, Sat
urday afternoon.
Mrs. Herbert Coleman and Mrs. Em
ery spent Saturday with her daughter,
Mrs. Aden Coleman.
Lora Burbee and Ruth Williams are
home from Leland & Gray seminary for
their Easter vacation.
II. V. Benson. W. P. Styles and Rob
ert Slade attended the listers' meeting
in Brattleboro Tuesday.
Mrs. C. A. Styles was called to Brat-
"Getslt"
Ends All
Corns
Just As Good For Calluses. Money
Back If It Fails.
Thirty seconds after you touch the corn
With this liquid corn..jemover the jab
bing, stabbing pain of It 8 tops, for all time.
l "corns I jfcVl
tii-mt ii ?5"""r,ijii'!' ' - r -r iminnm
Simple A A. B, C
No corn, hard or sof tf is too old or too
deeply rooted to resist "Gets-It." Im
mediately It dries and shrivels, the edtrea
loosen from the true flesh and soon you
can peel it right off with your fingers as
painlessly as yoa trim your nails.
Don't coddle corn pests. Don't nurss
and pamper them. Don't cut and trim
them. REMOVE them with -GETS-IT."
Costs a trifla at any dru store. Mfd. by
K. Lawrence A Co., Chicago.
SUBSCRIBE FOITUE
Sold in Brattleboro and recommended as
I the world's best com remedy by O. V.
T . " Thomas, W. IV Root- and. Hntflbbyrfl!
ilEFOKSIEK Drug Co. yA 'v-
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Work Shoes
At
For Spring Wear
Extremely Lowered Prices
Mail and Phone Orders Promptly Filled
A
y
Men's First-Grade Work Shoes
Made on army lasts. Heavy soles. Black
and tan leathers. All sizes. Values $7.50
tof '50', , , p ' 4.98
Special Sale Price, pair
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Men's Work Shoes
Lot of Men's Good Quality Work Shoes,
medium and heavy weight. Black and
tan leathers. Army lasts. All sizes.
Values $6.50 to $8.00, . , QQ
Special Sale Pree, pair
xj
Men's Work Shoes
Lot of Men's Work Shoes, army last, soft
uppers. Heavy soles. Black, tan and
v gray leathers. All sizes in this lot. Val-
. :. ue S5.50.
Special Sale Price, pair
WHEN YOU BUY RUBBERS ASK TO SEE "BALL-BAND" r
with the "Red-Ball" trade-mark , - ; ,
Headquarters for all kinds of "Ball-Band" Rubber Footwear the kind
that gives more days' wear.
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