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THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY REFORMER. SATURDAY,' AUGUST 20? 1921.
TW SISTERS GET HELP Praise Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound for what it did for Them rip T-iKS 4? TICS K ': Hagerstown, Md. ' 'I was overworked and my monthly periods stopped. . My i - j 1 1 j ij".jh'j iwsMilLyK-. 1 oony was swonun anu often h?d Pains so 1 naa to lie down, i was treated by a physician, but he did not seem to help me at all. My sister had taken your medicine with great results so took Lydia E. Fink ham's Vegetable Com noun d and nowl jam able to work and foci HL-r wnrkinir. T 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 has 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 pains, inflammation, nervousness and "the blues," it is well for her to profit by Mrs. Carbaugh's experience and try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound. It has restored multitudes of women suffering from justsuch ailments. Which Costs More? To Have Insurance and Not Need It OK To Need Insurance and Not Have It i Geo. M. Clay General Insurance Acency rank r.lock Brattleboro, Vt. ESTABLISHED 1872 Parlors, Chapel The IDEAJ- Service, and Care of Details ot the Time when Competence Is Most Appreciated The Hi?h Standards Not Adopted but in a Large Degree Originated by Professional Morticans Funeral Directors Superior Quality ad Design ot Caskets AUTOMOBILE EQUIPMENT Bond Bldg., Brattleboro, Vt. iscm DECLARES RUTLAND GAS RATE TOO HIGH Expert Savs It Should Be $1.69 & In stead of $2.16 After Examination of Books. RUTLAND, Aug. 20. The first real J interest upon the part of the citizens s.nce beirinninfr, a month ao, of the in vestigation' of rates charged for pas by the Rutland Railway Light & Power Co., was manifested yesterday after noon; when ".A. II, B. Little of New York citv, an expert gas engineer of country wide reputation, told the Vermont pub lic service commission that the local concern could, in his opinion following his investigation, sell gas at 1.69 1-2 1.(00 cubic feet and pay an 8 per cent re turn on its plant investment. The com pany is charging $2.16 1,000 cubic feet after such discounts are made as al lowed. The probing of the affairs of the com pany has been brought about by a pe tition headed by Mayor James C. Dunn, which was signed by scores of business men and heavy consumers of gas. The investigation will also include inquiry into the rates charged for electric cur rent. The petitioners claim that the com pany places an extravagant valuation upon its gas plant in figuring out a re turn on its investment. Expert Little said that the company ought to earn an 8 per cent return on a plant valuation of saWMjl). He 'said that placing the valuation $22."i,otK) the company could earn a fair return upon its investment if it sold gas at $1.46 a tlousand feet. VERMONT NEWS. R. S. Noble, G. Oowen, "William Ithoades and Marion Mittigay were in court at Bethel this week on the charge of driving a team without lights and each was fined $1 and costs. The Vermont and New Hampshire checker clubs will meet in their annual contest in the Apollo club rooms in Mont pelier Aug. SO. The series of matches were played last year in Concord, .N. H. On the fourth visit by burglars in about two months Walter Seymour of the Swanton-St. Albans road got back home just in time to see the burglar disappear ing around the corner of the barn. lie lost a $100 watch and several articles of jewelry. Maurice E. Walbridge - of Cabot ha been elected a teacher in Rutland high school at a salary of $2,200 a year. The Rutland school board has accepted the resignation of Miss Elizabeth Locke, who wishes to take a position in the Mont pel ier schools. A jury of business men of Newport city couid not agree in the case of Al Martin, tried in municipal court Thurs day. Martin was charged with operating a still in the mountain fastnesses in Wil loughby on the side of Mt. Iloreb. The case will be tried again. SOUTH NEWFANE. Charlie Wade went Monday to Brat tleboro to visit friends a few days. Samuel II. Morse of Boston spent the GRAFTON. Grafton's Old Home Day. Old Home day in Grafton, Aug. 12. .,.i- r. ;tu hi nmtiiop Afra Snnmel will ever he remembered as a day filled Morse with pleasure to all who were so fortu- Mr." Smith of New Haven. Conn., Is a nate as to participate in it. Sunny skies guest at Miss Townshend's for an indefi-! made an ideal day. The parade was one nite time. of the best ever seen in this section and Mr. and Mrs! James Work of New formed at lower end of the town. F. York are guests of Miss Doris Dexter at -Eaton Merrificld was marshal of the day. the Villa. . I Many beautifully decorated automo- Mrs. Beulah A. Ilanscom came Friday I biles and floats were in line led by the from Richmond, N. II., and is a guest of !f,fton cornet band. This .was followed w. hv M. P. Morses automobile with U Mrs. Adelle Winchester, Mr. and Mrs. Adams carrying the American nag repre A. B. Goodhue and Miss Adelle Goodhue, 'enting the Civil war, and Chester Butler all of Holvoke, Mass., called on friends J representing the World war, also Miss in the village Saturday afternoon. Mildred Walker as Red Cross nurse and Miss Doris Dexter gave a bridge party ! Miss Cynthia Palmer as Salvation Army TiiVsdn-v afternoon to which friends from lassie. Next came Mrs Charles Daniels s Brattleboro were invited, in honor of her guests, Mrs. Work and Miss Davis. Mr. and Mrs. E. Milton Dexter re turned Wednesday from Centerville, Mass., where they visited their niece, Mrs. Herbert Brooks Crosby, and family. The sale of useful and fancy articles and ice-cream, by the Ladies' Benevo lent society, Wednesday afternoon, Aug. 24, will begin at 2.30 o'clock at the ves try. Miss Florence Chase of Chicago is vis iting her uncle, II. Wallace Adams, and Mrs. Adams. Miss Chase is a teacher in the commercial department in one of the Chicago high schools. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Hosterman and son, Charles, of Dorchester, Mass., Miss May F. Kelsey and Miss Dobson of New York city are spending their vacation with Mrs. Abbie M. Kelsey. John Murphy of New Haven, Conn., and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hatch of Bos ton are recent arrivals at Mrs. Frank Bruce's Brookdale farm. C W. Britcher returned Friday to New York. Henry K. and S. Katherine (Brown) Cooley of Springfield, Mass., who are spending the summer at Mrs. Frank E. Bruce's, celebrated their God wedding an niversary at Mrs. Bruce's, Aug. 11. Mrs. Krwin C. Sparks and parents, Mr. and Mrs. George T. Manchester of Buffalo, X. Y., who are visiting here, were called to Brattleboro Sunday automobile driven by Harry llbur as Uncle Sam, and containing Fred I'routy, William Colburn and Joseph Wyman, vet- lerans of the Civil war. This was fol lowed by Miss S. L. Daniels s automobile with Community club officers attended by a number of young girls, each holding a ! ribbon attached to car. Charles Wright's j automobile represented different prod ucts and animals found in Vermont. D. K. Zeller's car, A. H. Holden's, Will Holden's, which carried children, and Guy Blood's followed in order. Among the floats was one by the Grange, representing an old-fashioned home, driven by George Hall, Log Cabin float of Peter Goodrich, Fisher's Sunset camp of children, Puritan float, Indian float, Columbus and Isabella. The trains were Mrs. O. L. Wilson's with children, F. B. Daniels's pony and Judge Cabell's pony. Ilorse-back riders were Mrs. Ruth Jones and Hazel Howe of Grafton and Louis Marshall of Eagle ranch, Bartons ville. The procession came up "Tain street to the common, going around the square three times to the Tavern, where it dis banded. Sports were then indulged in. Dinner was ser'ed by the federated church, in the chapel, and 212 tickets were sold. A sumptuous repast was also served at the Tavern. At 2 o'clock all assembled in the Bap tist church for the program under the di- morning by the illness of their relative, jreetion of Grafton Memorial association. The Lane Manufacturing Co. of Mont pelier has laid off most of its employes until Aug. 20, and although a few men will be working, the full crew will not resume work until that time. The shops have been running three days a week. The general business conditions are not any better than they have been for the last six months. PROFESSIONAL. CAKDS- OK. E. L. TRACY, FiS7c:aa ma ?vj-.son, 114 Uin t. Office hour: 8 to 9 . an, 1 to J p. m J to S..10 p. m. Tfl. 256. DR. B. E. WHITE, Phytcifl nd .Snrtaon. Farter Building. Room 205 and 306. Hoot: 13 n l 7-8 p. m. Office tel.. 71-Vf re... 717-it. ri. G. E. HUNTER. Office at re.otf nee. Wet Frattlrboro. Hours: 8 to 9 a. m.; 1 to 3, and to 8 p. m. Telephone. 318. W. J. KAIHL, M. D., Pfcyciao and Surgeon. rv , iiii - . -ti: ,i o tn ' to 9..10; 1.30 to 3.00; 7 to 8. Oflfice "phone. 4JS-W. Hf idrnre. 75 Frost St.. 'phone. 439-R. C. K. ALORiCH, M. D. Hour; UUi to HJ. 7 to 8. Office 'phone. 165-Vf; houe. 165-R. X-ray work a specialty. (7. R. AKDERSOK, Snreeoa and Ptiyiician. SutRry a pccia!tr Or5ce and residence, Broi.k HT4se. 128 Main St. Hours. Alter- ooons, 1.30 tit 3; evening. 7 to 8, except Tne-1 days an1 triJat-s. Sunday by appointment only. 'Flmne 246. DR. GRACK W. BORRETT. PhyalcUn and Surgeon. Market Block, Eliiot St. CME.ce hours: 8.30 to 9.30 a. ni.; I JO to 130, and 7 to 6 p. m. Telephone, 744-W. DR. K. P. GREEH71iiyalcian acd Surgeon. OfHte, Bank Hock. Hours: 1J0 to 3. nd ) to 1 p. m. Residence. 83 Green St. Telephone -onnecinn. Mornic(s and Sundays by ap pointment only. ETWARi R. LYHCH, M. D. Surgery a p- eialtr. Office, Park Buildinrt. 'Phone, 540, Hours, 1 to 4 p. m.; 7 to 9 p. m. Residence, Putney Road. 'Phone. 177. Sunday by ap pointTeot only. DR. A. I. MILLER, Hooker block, Brattle boro. Office honrs : 8 to 9, 1 to 2, 6.30 to 8. W. R. HOYES, M. D-, Physician and Surgeon, Eye, Ear. Nose and Throat. Glasses fitted. Hrs. ?Ll:?!l-30 S- VVed- nd Sat. Eve. Am. Bldg. DR. HEHRY TUCKER. Residence. 12 Groe it., telephone, 258. Office, Leonard block. Hours: l.jp to 3. and 7 to 1 Telephone, 39-W. DR. H. L. WATERMAN. Office, 117 Main St. Over Kuech's store. Hrs.: 1J0-3. 7-8. Tel. 42-W. Curtis Mower of the University of Ver hTonVaiwl Ueorge. SSparhawk, a sophomore at Dartmouth, have returned to Burling ton, after a flying trip to Europe. They walked to New York, and there shipped aboard the Manchuria, of the American line, as apprentice stewards. The Man churia first touched at Cherbourg, and then went on to Hamburg. The two Iur lingtonians separated at Hamburg, Mower going to I'erlin and Sparhawk to Paris, both visiting the interesting places en route. W K TANK f n in .-.: c. w., - - ( "- -' . ' I UUUI W i 1 to 3 and 7 to 8, except Sundays. Tel. 789-W, DR. C. G. WHEELER, Osteopathic Physician, I!0 Barber Bldg. Office hours: 10 to U and 2 to 4. Treatment b y a ppointment. Tel. ai9-W. HASKINS & SCHWE3K, Attorney and Coun sellors at Law, rirattleboro, Vt. DR. G. F. BARBER, Dentist. Union biock. Bratt'.eboro. FRANK E. BARBER, Attorney at Lav. Sa ber Building, Brattleboro. O. B. HUGHES, Lawyer. 212 Barber bildlnf. Telephone llb6-VV. " BARROWS A CO., Wliolesale and Retail Dealers in coals of all kicda. Office. 17 laain t.. Brattleboro. BOND & SON, Exclusive Undertaking. Aato cnobile serTice. 'fetei.hone 364-W. Robert Bappie of Poultney, aged about "0. suddenly became ill and faint about !.M0 Tuesday night and went into convul sions shortly afterward and died Wednes day afternoon about 2 o'clock. Following suddenly on the death of Robert Williams, a prominent business man of Poultney, who was found dead on the road to Hamp ton Sunday morning, Bappic's death has created much excitement in that village. There are two theories advanced by phy sicians regarding Bappie. One is that he was suffering from some mysterious in fection and the other that he was poisoned. A. K. At wood. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Cotting, Percy Holland and C. Kendall Morse of Mel rose, Mass.. motored here Saturday and were visitors with Mr. and Mrs. John E. Morse. Mr. Cotting remained but the others returned Sunday afternoon. F. O. Merritield presiding, who extended in well-chosen words in behalf of the town a cordial welcome to all. Mrs. II. C. Walker rendered a pleasing piano solo. Rev. V. M. Walker, I). I)., offered prayer. Mrs. A. M. Butler sang, and a poem writ ten by Mrs. (Heorgiana Aldrich was read Rev. Arthur B. Moss ami son. Frank.' hr Mrs. Frank Moss, Miss Klizabeth Mossja daughter of Grafton and is'now living and their guests, also Mrs. K. S. Wil-'jn. Townshend. lard. Mrs.. M. A. Bingham and their The speaker of the day was Hon. John families niakmg a party of 13, pic- Barrett of Washington, IX C. a native of nicked at Spofford lake Monday. Grafton and a loyal son. Mr. Barrett Mr. and Mrs. Herbert F. Tierce of spoke in a reminiscent vein, which was Putney, formerly of this place, and highly appreciated by all. A chorus o three sons, Raymond, Arthur and Ken-'young ladies under the direction of Mrs. neth. called on old neighbors and ac-L. ,M. Butler sane- nnd Rev W M qunintanccs Tuesday afternoon. They took picnic lunch at the farm which they formerly owned, now occupied by Karle Iutnaii and family. While working in the woods with his father, Samuel E. Bartlett, and others, 'I- I - 1 T. .., . -1 ' alkcr, I). 1).. delivered an address. A general contribution of $13(1 was re ceived towards a memorial tablet. The exercises closed with the singing of America. In the eveninc a nlav. Our Jim. was l'uesdav Fram-is Bartlett w.1s acciden-. presented in the town hall, those takiuz tally cut with an axe, which cut into part bfing Otis Wilson. Fred Proutv, the bones of the wrist deeplv. Rev. F. ' Harry Wilbur, F. Eaton Merritield, W. F. K. Ilackett. with his automobile, rushed Dumpier, Dwight Bell, Frank Lewis, the lad and" his parents to th Brattle- Clara Trradweil. Augusta Hakev. Marie boro Memorial hospital, where the Merrifield. Elizabeth Wright. All avail wound was dressed. Francis will re-'able space in the hall was taken and main at the hospital a few days. more than 100. were turned away. The Mrs. Sarah Adams, who has been stay- play was admirably given, and the audt ing with Mrs. Alice Jj. Johnson. hasence was very appreciative. Miss Gove's gone to Dover to visit Mrs. Rua Adams, j orchestra added greatly to the pleasure of Other guests of Mrs. Johnson the past 'the evening. Dancing,. wag enjoyed until week were Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Gilbert an early hour. and Mrs. Ellen F. White of Springfield, j The prizes for the dav were as followt Mass.. Mrs. E. O. Robin son of WestjTeam float 1st, Grafton Grange, $5, Wardsboro. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Adams 2d, Sunset Camp. ?2.o(: honorable mn of Townshend aftd Mr. and Mrs. C. E. 1 tion Puritan. Automobile 1st ('hnrlp Adams of Brattleboro. Wright. ?.", 2d. Community club, $2..); A successful social was held Sat nrrt.-iv i honorable mention, the veterans. Horri evening bv th MarJoro Branch Roys', bles, 1st. Negro float, $2.oO, 2d, Ringling were renewed by many after long years of separation. A ball game in the after noon, Grafton vn. Townshend, resulted in victory for the visiting team, score 7 ta 4. Miss Madeline Creamer of Newport is a guest of Miss Roma Barlow. James Duncan of New York is a guest of his brother, J. B. Duncan, Miss Phebe Walker is camping with a party of friends at Lake Placid, N. Y B. T. Bemis of Yorba-Linda. Cal., is a guest of his sister, Mrs. W. E. L. Walkes. M. P. Morse and son, M. P. Morse, jr., returned to their home in Randolph Mon day. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Halladay and son, Ralph are occupying II. S. Leonard's house a short time. Mrs. Glazier, who had been a guest of her sister, Mrs. Etta Hall, returned to Westminster West Monday. Mr. and Mrs. II. F. Ayers of Hebron, X. Y., who were here for Old Home day, have returned to their home. Mrs. S. R. Morse of Minneapolis left Monday for her summer home in Holdeu, Mass., before returning to Minnesota. Charles Daniels of Chicago and M. P. Morrissey of Morrissey, Utah, who had been at Cabot lodge a few days, left town Wednesday. Mrs. Martha Converse Wright of North ampton, Mass., has been spending a few days at E. C. Palmer's. She was here for Old Home day. The play, Our Jim, given at the town hall the evening of Old Home day, was presented at Barber park Wednesday eve ning. . - Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Morse and Mr. and Mrs. F. Eaton Merrifield attended the ball game at Alstead Saturday Grafton vs. Alstead, the former winning 8 to f. Rev. W. M. Freemantle of Philadelphia is at the Tavern for the month of August and will occupy the Congregational pul pit next Sunday and the following Bun day. Rev. Dr. Lathrop, Mrs. Lathrop and Frederic of New Haven, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie White of Jamaica, L. I., the Misses Lydon and L. Walsh of Poston are at Maplewood. Mrs. and Mrs. M. P. Morse and Mr. and Mrs. F. - Eaton Merrifield wont to Woodstock Aug. 11 where Mr. Morse played on the Randolph ball team against Woodstock. Randolph winning. Mr. and Mrs. W. K. L. Walker and Mr., and Mrs. Thaddeus Park returned Friday from a 10-days' automobile trip j through Vermont to the White Mountains. I Their first stop was at Montielier, where ur. waiKcr attended the undertakers convention. The trip took thfin as far north as Canada and through the entire White Mountain region; also a visit to Lake Winnipisaukee and Concord, N. H. JACKSONVILLE. W. I). Canedy and family were in Brat tleboro the first of the week. The young people of the Grange are re hearsing for a play to be given soon. Mrs. Addie Canedy went to Brattle boro Sunday to spend the week with her daughter. Mrs. W. A. Wilcox. Fred Jolivett and friend of New York city are guests of his sister, Mrs. Carrie Canedy, for n two weeks' vacation. Mrs. Ida Putnam of Greenfield, Mass., returned home Sunday after spending a few days with relatives in this place. Charles Faulkner and family were in aiuilli in ur vht. S.JC1.V IU."L TtV dIM C1C guests of Mr. and Mrs. Austin Plumb. Adna Chase and family of Greenfield, Mass., visited her brother, Ozro Parker, and called on C. P. pix and family the first of the week. Mrs. Dorr . Sprague and Mrs. Alice Gates have been eutertaining her daugh ter and sister, Mrs. Leon Pratt, and chil dren of Adams. Mass., this week. The annual picnic of the North River Grange will be held on the premises of Oscar' Bishop, on the so-called Farnam place. Dinner will be on the basket pie nic plan. ICE 1 jiy4 LbMbUUIbmI SMVKMHMhftfM CuaftkJI BbbMMUbS VMjbI! MUJ BfcaMiMll Tea is so delicious and refreshing You certainly must try it. H214 $1.99 'PHONE 354-W Moran & Rolule Funeral Directors Automobile Equipment 5) MAIN STREET Brattleboro, Vermont ATHENS. F. L. Smith has been spending a few days in Fletcher. Miss Clara Ranney of Saxtons River has been a recent guest of E. S. Kingsley. Mr. and Mrs. Winfield Wyman and gues ts spent Monday in Londonderry. Grace and Virginia Smith of Bellows Falls have been visiting their uncle, F. L. Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Leverett Davis of Okla homa City visited at Wayland Davis's last week. Lola Knapp of Westminster, West spent a few days with Hattie Clark the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Austin and daughter, Eleanor, of Chester were Sun day visitors at Eugene Bemis's. Henry Austin returned to his home in Chester Sunday after spending three months with his daughter, Mrs. Eugene Bemis. Sunday guests at Harry Carr's were Mrs. Ann Carr and Charlie Carr of West Townshend, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Aiken pf Grafton. Mrs. Farrow and son of Watertown, Mass., who have been boarding at II. D. Morehouse's four weeks, went Monday to Hampton Beach, N. II. Lake Huron has the curious record of Having lake. ami Girls club, at the home of their leader, Mrs. Frank Coates. A splen did program of vocal and piano mu sic, readings and recitations, was rendered, followed bv club sonsn and yells. Miss Viola M. Cameron, the county club leader. R. Wilton Harvey county agent, and A. 1.. Miller of Ver non were present and spoke. (James were played and refreshments of ice cream, cake and coffee were served Over 50 attended. Mr. and Mrs. Ira M. Ingram bad the pleasure of entertaining their children and grandchildren together Sunday. In cluded in the family house party were Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Ingram and daughter. Barbara, of Lawrence, Mass., Mr. and Mrs. John Ingram of Cambridge, Mass., Lester Ingrain of Inwcll, Mass., Mr. and Mrs. Ernest E. Bailey and son, Donald, of Greenfield, Mass., and Her bert C. Ingram of this village. John In gram, whose vacation here was ended, and Mrs. Ingram, left Sunday afternoon by automobile, accompanied by Ray Ing ram and Miss Buchanan. Mr. ami Mr Bailey and son also have returned home. TOWNSHEND. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. WBeeler of Hyde Park, Mass.. came Tuesday from their summer homo at Berlin, Mass.. for a few days' visit with his mother, Mrs. Ellen Wheeler, and her sister, Mrs. II. F. How ard, also with other relatives in town. Members of the Congregational church ami society are rejoicing in the generous gift of a former resident of the town of the fixtures and expense of wiring the (hurch for electricity. The wiring is be ing done thfs week and the donor will personally select suitable lamps and fix tures a little later. The gift is a thought ful and timely one. An instance which shows the un doubted value of good food and pure Ver mont air to the fresh air kiddies, several of whom were entertained here recently, is shown by one of the number, Marjor'ie Ilildricks, who also was a guest in the same home last year. During the entire year at home in Brooklyn, N. Y.. Mar jorie gained just three pounds, while dur ing the two weeks of country life she made a gain of four poiinds. It is evident that there may be good reason for the circus. $1. Single team. 1st. Daniels nonv cart. $3: 2d. Columbus and Isabella, SI. Horseback, 1st, Wild West rider, $1 ; honorable mention, the two ladies. Great credit is dne the committee in charge, and to all who so generously gave of their time to make the day a success. The music f;y the Grafton band under th able leadership of Harry Farnsworth added much to the success of the dav. The judges for prizes were Mrs. A. B. Neill of Saxtons River. James Duncan of New York city and Edwin Hamilton of Cambridge, Mass. The streets were thronged with visitors from far and near, and old associations $5.00 Gillette Razor Including 12 Blades Cut to Ten Cent War Tax On Each Razor Also Regular Type Gillette Razor with THREE Double Edge Blades for 90c Headquarters for Razors and Blades Brattleboro Drug Co. Sales Agents UNITED CIGAR STORES CO. 104 Main Street 'Phone 560 1 I I' t I ? ; r i t H i I i r I t I i I A Charming Gift One of the Local-View Hand-Painted Candy Boxes HOPKINS THE FLORIST Developing and Printing Prompt, Efficient Service DOLOR A. NOLIN 224 Elliot Street more island than any other; stunted look which so many of the visit- i mg wans nave. Thomas T. Brittan Fire Accident Insurance Liability Life Wilder Bldg., Brattleboro Having leased the quarters formerly occupied by the E. Crosby & Co. retail grain store, I now have a full line of ay, Grain am Feed Including Hie Well-known Wirtlimore 'Poultry Feeds I shall sell these goods at the lowest prices consistent with quality. Delivery to any part of the village. CROSBY GRAIN STORE GODFREY CROSBY, PROPRIETOR Phone 135 Rear Harmony Building We Clancy Kids This is Stretching a Joke Too Far AY. "By PERCY L.CROSBY C) by the McClur N'ewapiprr Syndtcat. vj- ii ir MiawMMm r'T- rr-nii r, i fWHoPrtNSMASA J Pop, woo Voi S CtS. V SIC WUCM0 6A6V? II I CAu. IT A 80UNCIM6 i I UKK l HBATH-J V -i -J - 6A8Y? -r ' ( " ., , ... , --.-I ..... -p,', -fr mil"'-- ' . .. T ..t .. t n - f, , L . , - , , , -, , - ' ii ) i . i i ii w ! '1