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THE BRATTLEBOnO DAILY REFORMER. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 24, 1921.
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BRATTLEBORO LOCAL
1'nfarling courtesy in rendering service and fair treatment to our
pntn.ns in every transaction is a !oliov which we have adapted and
follow stric!ly at all times. 'Il;e size of your purchase is immaterial.
The smallest order receives the? sanie careful, thoughtful, intelliiient
attest itn which is accorded the largest one. We are here to serve
y;u as you wou!d he served, whether your purchase amounts to a
few cents or many dollars, -j jw ..- i r i ' -
You pre always welcome to V sit f his store for the purpose of inspect
ing any article waicli you may be thinking 01 purcnasing.
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t Tlie annual meeting of the stockhold
ers of the Mi'vrningside (-Wnetery associa
tion vvi'.l be held in the rooms of t lie Ver
mont National bank Tuesday, Sept. Hi,
at 4 p. m. ,
The regular drill of Company T. V. X.
(I., lias Ix-en postponed until Thursday
evening at 7.-''0 - o'clock ' iustiyd of
Wednesday evening. All equipment will
be returned at this time.
Chief-of-Police Genree Wilson lias ie-
j reived from W. C. Cox &:Co, of Chicago
a request for information' as to the .net
of kin, of Martin James Maioney. who was
boru in Vermont , about lS."iO, whose
mother as Ann Spears.
Fn n CO tiv 0T members of the Metho
i i st Sunday school enjoyed a picnic and
social ot the Lome of Air. and Mrs. K. K.
(lovey of Western avenue last evening,
f'anies were played outside for a time
and the party then repaired to the house,
where a program was' rendered consist
ing of readings by Mrs. George Perkins
and Mrs. G. II. ISoorn, a vocal solo by
Rev. C. C. Clinyer, a vocal duet by Mr.
and Mrs. George J. Perkins, a cornet and
saxophone duet by Philip and Kenneth
Wheeler and a piano solo by Mrs. Her
man Kuhner. Home-made cakes and
punch were served.
BRATTLEBORO LOCAL
WEST BRATTLEBORO
After Sept. 1, Mrs. P,. M. Field will
have her shampoo and manicure parlors
at Room Hi, Crosby P.Ik. loO-tf
Sword
Halibut
Salmon
Block Island Blue
Haddock, whole
Haddock, sliced .
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Am;I"cati:ns far enrollment in the
teacher training course to be conducted
in Prattleboro this year should be made,
at on eo to Miss Florence M. AVellman,
superintendent ot scnoois, or to any mem
ber of the local school board, instead of
the state board as announced.
'Marriage intentions nave been filed in
the ofhee of the town clerk by Harvey j
Gilbert lleincnway. an undertaker, of 01)
Canal street, Jirattleboro, and Miss Mary
Ida Waters of Johnson; also "by Alfred,
Rafus Kennedy, a foreman machinist, of'
114 Warwick street. Lowell, Mass., and
Miss Evelyn Eelia Staples of 0(5 High
Ktrect. P.ratth'boro. . . J
A I'uick touring car owned and driven
by Robert Robins of Chterfield. X. II.,
nnd a Ford delivery truck driven by
Walter Xewoomb of Guilford street col-
UUCit yesieriiay iinwii o ciovk on 11
liams "street. Mr. Rob bins was driving
up Williams street and Mr. Xeweomb
was going down, the accident happening
just at the corner near the Centervillej
car barn where the road is very rough;
and narrow. Just what caused the ac-J
cident is n t known. There was slight,
damage to the Ford car, but the mud
guard was torn from the Ruick and one
door was smashed. Xo one was injured, j
In a recent issue of the Columbia Spcc-(
tntor, an organ of Columbia university in'
Xew York, the following reference was
made to Miss Alice I). I?iittcrfie!d, for-j
inerlv of I'rattleboro. who was soloist on I
the closing evening of music festival week)
at the university: "Py the applause
which greeted her. it was quite plain that
she was a favorite with the audience.
The Music Makers by Elgar
was the last number. In this selection
Miss ltuttertield, chorus and orchestra
worked together. This was the first per
formance of The Music Makers given in
America."
Levesque & Son
Opposite Brooks House
Phone 923 Free Delivery Order Earlv
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Brooks Hoilse -Pharmacy
SOFTII LONDONDERRY.
Dr. and Mrs. Miller of Iirooklyn are
'at Frank Hulett's.
Master Harold Pierce of Woodstock
visiting his grandparents.
Tuesday. Sept. . is given as the date
for the opening of the schools.
Miss Ruth Hall of P.rattleboro spent
a few days at ctti natulan s last weeu.
Mrs. Cudworth returned Sunday from
a several days visit witn relatives in
Xew York state.
Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Goddard of Leom
inster. Mass.. were week-end guests in
the Iloffecker home.
Mr. Hitchcock, pastor at Bondville.
spoke very acceptably in the Baptist
ci;i;rc:i unday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Converse of Mai
den. Mass., are again with Miss Ilallie
Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Staff and
child and lii-erge lomnnson oi -ew lorn
city also spent their vacation there.
Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Ransom and
laby of Worcester, Mas., and George
Spencer and family of Winstead, Conn.,
l.ave bceji guests at R. Ii. and A. W.
Rawson's. Mrs. llackenberger of Xew
York is spending some weeks at A. W.
Rawson's.
Mrs. Jane Barnard, a former resident
if this town, was niovd last week from
Bondville to Do Vere Houghton's, where
she will be cared for. Although deprived
of sight and nearly helpless, the last of
her family, one sees an unusual lesson of
patience, "faith and courage in her cheer
ful manner.
England is said to have more rivers in
proix rtioa to .-it-: iz than any other
country in th wgrld .t
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A SALE FOR MOTHERS
Oh, no; the school bell has not sounded yet; but IT WILL ere many days, and here is a happy
of clean, fresh gingham can be bought to better needed frocks sale that virtually says to Mother: "The
advantage NOW." Special preparations have been made to make this Fall's showing of school dresses
a notable one. Serviceable Ginghams made as neatly as if sewed by. hand at home and at lower prices
than what we have known of for four years.
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at $2.50'
1 Ginghams
In four models. Plain, checked
and plaid. Daintily trimmed
with rick-rack, pique and
checked 'gingham. Mothers' will
find these to be superior to what
she expects to find at this price.
Ages 7 to 14.
at $2.98
Ginghams
With separate bloomers. Checks,
trimmed with white pique; plain
chambray,. trimmed witliihecked
gingham ; and plaids with pretty
stitchery. No dress so practical
for 'school wear as ? the bloomer
dress.
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.Where Yon Buy the Best Hosiery
at 3.98 up
Ginghams
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Beautiful plaids, made in Scot
landK the h'ome of expert cotton
weaving. Quality of material,
designing and workmanship is
unexcelled. Ages 7 to 16.
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Miss liuth Yeaw is visiting in East
Dover with her grandmother.
Miss Blanche Barber went yesterday to
Greenfield to visit in the ,home of Wil
liam Barber.
Mrs. Charlotte Thrower, who had been
in Halifax caring for (Jecrge X. Scott,
returned home Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Johnson and Mr.
and Mrs. Willard S. Richardson spent
Friday in Springfield, Mass.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Underwood and
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Carr spent the week
end in Colerain, -Mass.. with relatives.
A party of four from Rhode Island
camped at, the foot, cf Melrose hill over
Sunday evening on their way to the White
mountains.
Miss Adele Waggaman of Houston,
Texas, who had been spending some time
at l amp Quinibeek, South i airlee, was a
guest over the week-end of Miss Ruth
Prentiss.
Miss Helen Fahey, graduate from the
Melrose hospital, was a visitor here yes
terday with friends. She makes' her home
in Springfield, Mass where she is en
gaged in private work.
Madeline and Perry Wilder, children of
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wilder, were oper
ated upon yesterday for the removal of
tonsils and adenoids. Dr. ,W. R. Xoyes
was assisted by Dr. (1. B. Hunter.
Mr. ami Mrs. Robert M. MeCormiek of
Montelair. X. J., who are here on ac
count of the serious condition of their
son, Robert, in the Melrose hospital, are
staying with Mrs. Nolan on South street.
TOWNSIIEXI).
David Hall of Minneapolis has joined
his mother and sisters fit Mrs. Bessie
Bellinger's home.
Mrs. Lyman Gale is entertaining her
si-ter. Mrs. Jennie King, and niece, Miss'
Emily Walsh, both of Boston.
Merrill Sparks has recovered the tise
of his fractured arm and returned Sun
day to his work in Brattleboro.
P.eorge Farr and Mrs. Perry, both of
Boston, came Monday to the home of
F. R. Davis for a two-weeks' stay.
The regular meeting of W.sst River
Grange will be held Friday evening of
this week with ai program arranged by
the lecturer.
Mrs. Georgian;! Aldrich returned Sun
day to Westmoreland, X. II., after a stay
with her sister. Mrs. William Perry, and
with her sons and dtughters.
Mrs. Ellen White of Springfield is a
guest at the home of Mrs. Frank Adams.
Mrs. Adauis's mother. Mrs. White, also
has returned there after a three-weeks
visit with relatives in surrounding towns.
Dr. and Mrs. C. E. Bruce came last
week to their summer home. Dr. Bruce
returning to Boston. Miss J. Rivers. B.
Campbell. Mrs. E. Green and son. C. A.
Green, of Xew York are Mrs. Bruce's
guests.
Mrs. II. T. Danner of Beaufort. S. C.
came recently to Mrs. II. V. Dale's for a
summer vacation. John Dale of Spring
tield, Mass.. and Miss Helen Pierce of
Xew York also are guests at the Dale
homestead.
Rev. and Mrs. L. E. Leroy and chil
dren. Rosella and Eugene, of Waltham.
Mass.. and their friend. Mr. Morgan of
Manchester. Mass.. spent two days in
the village last week and called on many
of their former neighbors and friends.
Rev. Mr. Leroy. who was a former pas
tor at the Baptist church heve. now has
a pastorate at Waltham anil is rising
rapidly 'in his chosen profession. '
A party of 13 coming from their homes
in Buckland. Mass.. by automobile Sun
day visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
M. W. Thayer, who were former resi
dents of Rm-kland, and with Mr. Thay
er's family spent the dav and picnicked
with Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Davis at their
farm. The guests included Mr. and Mrs.
Will Seott. Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Scott.
Lin wood and Willard Scott, Miss Pearl
and Miss Ln!a Scott and friend, and Mr.
and Mrs. I'ike and two children.
A pleasant family reunion was held
at the home of Mr. and Mr. A. D.
Meacliam Aug. 17. the occasion being
Mrs. Meacham's birthday anniversary.
Besides the young people of the famil'v
who were all at home for the dav. the
guest included her sister. Mrs. Fred
Dilback. and sister-in-law. Mrs. Elbridge
Knowlton. and Miss Ruth Knowlton of
Jirattleboro. Mrs. Victor Space of Xew
York. Mrs. Robert Knowlton of Fort
Riley. Kans.. and Mrs. Meacham's aunt.
Mrs. M. E. G .ve of Woodstock. . Kans.
The day was thoroughly enjoyed by all.
Dl'MMERSTOX.
The Grange will hold a dance Friday
evening, Aug. 2(5.
I. G. Davis went Friday, to Boston
for medical treatment.
Mrs. Ilattie Reed has returned from
visiting in Guilford and vicinity.
Mrs. Bertha Brown of Brattleboro is
spending a few days at E. II. Brown's
A. H. .Tauuith. Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Jaiiith and son. Harold, and Iewis
Lihbey of Brattleboro were guests at
Elmwood Sunday.
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But trace the dots to fifty-two.
Draw from one to two and so on to the
end.
Houghton & Simcnds
More and More People
Each Year, Realize
the Economies Possible
SEMI-ANNUAL
AND
The ...Garment Shop
Offers a Wide Selection of
Suits Coats Skirts Dresses
Waists and Children's Wear
At Prices the Lowest for Years
In Tailored Skirts
There's a Wonderful Selection at
About the Cost of the Materials
Former $8.98 to $25.00 Wool Pcplin .;.d Serge Skirts, Tu
navy, black and plaids Seiling at Only 5.00
$10.98 and $12.00 Mohair and Silk Faille Skirts, in' navy,
black, brown and invisible stripes,
Selling at Only $G.95
$14.75 to $18.50 Plaid and Striped Skirts,
Selling at Only $9.95
$25.00 Prunella Skirts in plaids and stripes,
Selling at Only $12.50
$12.00 to $13.50 Silk Sport Skirts, in white and colors.
Selling at Only $7.9S
$14.75 and $16.50 White Flannel and Satin Crepe Skirts.
. Selling at Only $10.95
$19.75 and $25.00 Crepe Skirts, in white and colors. Also
of black Moonglow silk Selling at Only $12.95
Whole Stock of Wooltex Preshrunk and Mevershrinl:
White Skirts Selling at One-Half Price
$1.98 White Wash Skirts Selling at vz Price, 99t?
$2.25 White Wash Skirts Selling at y2 Price, $1.13
S2.98 White Wash Skirts Selling at y2 Price, $1.49
$3.50 White Wash Skirts. ..... Selling at y2 Price, $1.75
$3.98 White Wash Skirts Selling at y2 Price, $1.99
$4.98 White Wash Skirts Selling at yz Price, $2.49
$5.98 White Wash Skirts Selling at U Price, $2.99
$7.98 White Wash Skirts Selling at y2 Price, $3.99
$8.98 White Wash Skirts. .. . . Selling at y2 Price, $1.49
ALL TAILORED SUITS PRACTICALLY 2 PRICE
$16.50 Suits Selling at $S.95
$25.00 Jersey Suits Selling at $12.50
$25.00 and $29.00 Kenyon Jersey Suits,
Selling at $18.50
$25,010 and $29.00 Serge and Tricotzns Suits,
: Selling at $12.50
$35.00 and $39.00 Serge and Tricotine Suits,
Selling at $19.50
$48.00 Tricotine Suits Selling at $24.50
$59.00 Tricotine and Serge Suits Selling at S32.50
$65.00 Navy Tricotine Suits Selling at S3G.50
This Present August Sale L;
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These Are the Days for Leisure Selection,
Plenty of Room, Plenty or Clerks,
And Best Yet
Plen try of Bargain Opport unities j
In EverT Department
: Stores r at Brattleboro, Springfield, and , Ke wpar-N H.,.
" ' . . ' $2. t M )Z i T?

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