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TBJE BRATTLEI?QRP P&IhY REFORMER, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 24, 1921.
REV. E. W. SHARP
a t-liort visit with relatives ia
dav for
town.
n'tnci TTiTt T WTrkYM Jessie Drainrnl of Washington,
SAILS rOIi LUiNlJUIN j) ... lvt Mmulay for Mahopae, N. .
j She I):;;! 1't'on a grwst of her aunt, Mrs
i . . . . . i t
Urattleboro Resident Delegate to.uarreii. M-vr.ai 'k.
Kcumenical Conference -ix aim son. .u r. .ms, jr.
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May isit Continent. wilh M S()n llohert, at Ul3
llev I)r E. Y Sharp, lormerly ol home or .Mrs. imur.vtli
Former
Fifth
BRATTLEBORO PERSONAL
lrattlel)on, suiH'rintenuent ot tlie St.
Johnsbury district of the Vermont
.Hth(.i st fontt-rt'iuv. lias boen ap-;
i.ointcd one of the two Now England
(!.-l:"t.;Ut to tho fifth 'furnio:i i eon
tcreiifo at London, ..Sept. 6-10. He left.
Ins St. .lolins-bury home Thursday inorn-j
int. eieetiri to be absent about two;
i .ontlis. lie sailed from New York Sat
urday on the Cunard liner Albania. Dr.
Miarji will make a short tour of Jreat
Kritain v.iiile absent and may iosibly
isit : Franco iiml Hfl-rimr..
'wiiV'ciu'i! will be attenlol 1
Methodists from all over the world and
t lie delegates will be entertained in the
.ou es of London people, The sessions
wilt be held in Central hall. th6 u'tat
buildinir erected ty thr W'esleyan 2U
ears r.;;o opjiosite Westminster Abbey.
Mir-s lie'oise Brainerd, who had bee a
a f?nest of lier aunt, Mrs. Harrett, sev
eral weeks, left Friday for Miudlebury,
before retiirniii to in r house in
niinton, 1). t. ' .; "
Ilev. Jeffrey D. Livingstone, Mrs. J.
D. Livingstone and son, Jeffrey II.,- of
Grant, Mich., are visiting 'Mr. Livingstone's-
mother, Mr. Alice Livingstone,
and his brother, 11. O. Livingstone, at
S Cottage street.
WHITIMJUAM.
Harold Togood of Astoria. N. Y., is
Yii- spending two weeks at I Sort Shipper's.
Leah (Jiliett xpvnt the week-end with
friends in Wilmington. , '
Miss Plant, a trained nurse from Cole-
is caring tor .Mrs. v niani r aunt
I' Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kelsey of PhrJ
! adel hia. Mrs. Charles Daniels, Mrs.
l.. W M I. t T1 M
j mint i , nr t . -i . i iiv-nmiiii. tt. ' j jj
I of Philadelphia called on -Vice President ,. '
and Mrs. ( owitde and .Father Coolicle, ' xl
f PivmAnfi.1'..,. t ' '. ; Arthur Sumner
liiu mm IV3 (laV
GKAFTGX.
Townshend of
Bridgeport
Miss I'li a
is :it l.er summer ho:.e here.
Miss Helen Svcdmvii or V.ostoi! came
Monthly to v'o'it .Miss Roma Harlow.
IV. rice W. IV.rrar of Snringlield, Mass..
at Y.
L. Wa4ker
a few
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a unest
.ii is. .lollll . iiovey alio .uis v ,unc
I', inal of Winchester, Mass., are at
the Tavern for the rest of the season.
Alfred Hall and daughter, Miss Helen
Hall, of Winchester, Mass., came Tiies-
I The oiMniniitv
'meeting Friday at the town hall. After
the business a musical and literary pro
gram was presented. I?v. W. M. Free
mantle. !). I)., of Philadelphia ami Hon.
Jolia "arrett of Washington, 1). C,
spoke very entertainingly,
' (Iiiests resist er in r- at the Tavern this
wecu are Jl. .iora;i ot J.o.ton, .Mrs. 11.
. Hall of Rutland. Mademoiselle Ca!
la!id of Mazanu't. France, C. A. Mureh
of Wake lie'.d, 1. A. Evans of Somerville,
Mass., Mr. and .Mrs. P. M. Love.joy. Mrs.
I... '. Pieiiardso'j and Mrs. Nancy Bisbee
f Springfield and ('. M. Lawrence of
Ludlow.
and family
Sadawga
of Heath,
lake Sun-
of Readsboro vis
week with Mrs
spending the
I
ies
add or detract from
your otherwise good
looks Ours add.
WEST TOWNSHKXI).
Ilelile Smith of IJrattleboro was in town
Sunday.
' liev. William F. Hisscll remains about
the same.
Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Andrews is in Gran
ville. Mass., fur a week.
Mrs. Frank Howe is
week in Springfield, Mass.
Several from this place attended the
Chautauqua at Townshend.
Mrs. Ki W. llolden has been visiting
at C. W. Brown's in Chester.
(Je-irge P.nckley is working for O. S.
Farwell driving one of his teams.
Mrs. Mary I'ickard of New Haven.
Conn., is visiting at A. L. Howe's.
Nellie and Fannie Edwards of IJrattle
boro have been visiting their father and
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Dr. Outhouse of Slielbv.rne Falls,
Mass.. and a party of friends were in
town Sunday.
Miss Cecil Carpenter
ited several days last
G. II. Wheeler.
A. E. Spencer and family have closed
their camp and returned to their home in
North Adams Sunday
It is reported that schools in town b-
gin Monday. Aug. IK). The list of teach
ers lias not been settled for publication.
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Conant. Mr. and
Mrs. II. I). Pease and daughter of Con
way, Mass.. were in town Friday and pic
nicked at Sadawga lake.
Some state money is being expended on
the road past the cemetery under the
supervision of Ilollis Stetson of Jackon
ville. Several teams are handling gravel
from Davis bridge.
n .iirs. wuiaru rauiKner. who is nearly
00 years old, is failing rapidly. Her
daughter, Mrs. ISaxter Newell, and Mr.
Newell of Quincy, Mass., came Saturday
to help care for her.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Hood and son.
Leander. of Turners Falls, Mass., and
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Gillett of South
Deertield, Mass.. visited friends and rela
tives in town Wednesday.
Tlie Ijtidies IJenevolent society cleared
S17." at its sale in the church vestry Fri
day afternoon. The women and some of
mm
ILP.Wellmaii
Co., Inc.
Members of Besse-Foster
System
brothers. i the Sunday school members enjoyed an
Mr. and Mrs. Abner Bristol of New automobile ride and day's outing with
Haven. Conn., were called here the iirst basket picnic at the home of Mrs. Wil
of the week. ' jliam Pike in Wilmington.
Uev. W. F. Bissell's sister of Brinifiehl. - Vesta Sawyer 'enjoved a trip to Niag-
Mass.. and Mrs. Frank Bartlett of Grass-, ara Falls last week with her cousin. Miss
mere, N. II., are at the parsonage on ac-jCalista Huberts of Jacksonville. Miss
count of Mr. liissell s accident. lUoberts has tausrht the nrimflrv seho..! in
Miss Philipitcnu McKeegan of Brattle- this village the past two years and it is
b.ro and her sister. Miss Marion McKee regretted that she has been engaged to
pan of New York, are spending their va-!taV1 111 " Springfield. Mass., the
cation at the Lawrence homestead. j coming year. Miss Sawyer will return to
John Bi.l-op. foreman on the railroad ZlZ 1 ? tr an-
section, met with a severe accident while, J
unloading a large stone frum the cars.l 1)r- McKendell, who has l,een at J. II.
which lias incapacitated him a few davs. ' Gillett s the past two weeks, returned to
!..ew lorn city .Monday, i lis laimly will
remain until after Labor day. The doe
tor, who is an instructor in Columbia
university and a specialist on nerve dis
eases, accompanied Mr. and Mrs. (Jiliett
to Urattleboro Saturday afternoon to see
Mrs. Gillett's brother, Joseph Gor.dnow,
who is in the l:treat for treatment.
Dance and Supper
Aug.
26
Friday,
DUMMERSTON
CENTER
Auspices
Evening Star Grange
Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Wonlen and Gladvs
(d 'Marlboro ami Mr. anil Mrs. C.
Hathaway and Phyllis of Belchertown,
Mass.. si.ent the week-end at A. E. I lad-
lock s.
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. DeWitt of Newfane
verc at the hristian Endeavor meeting
Sunday evening. Mrs. DeWitt. delegate
to the National Christian Endeavor con
vention at New York city, gave a very
interesting report.
were in
HALIFAX.
boarding
is
at Harry
John Honlon
Lrnrnard 's.
Mrs. P. K. Cro-ier and family
Sunday at Northampton, Mass.
Mrs. Wiliis Weathcrh:'ad of Brattle-
'.oro is visiting s:t. C. H. Learnard's.
ited
Po-
Li on Boy of Windsor, Mass., vi
Gladys
::ith
Boy, at James
Boston and Mrs.
and Mrs. Georue
are guests at Ma
ns wife,
'ami's rei
Frik i'andcr of
V'illiaiM '!. Vinton
Clay of Brattleboro
pleliurst Lodge.
Mrs. F. S. Young and Miss Ethel
Youn-r of Dorchester. Mass., anil Prof,
and Mrs. F. B. Noble of Ppringdale,
Cou n., are spending three weeks at the
Harriman cottage.
DEATHS.
In S.-rimiiield, Vt., Aug. 1G, Clifton
Wonlen, "u. a native of Dover.
In Northtield. Mass.. Aug. Bev.
B. Cornell of West Urattleboro.
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INTERPRETED BY AN ALL STAR CAST
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EXTRA
WILMINGTON.
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Fitch
Urattleboro Saturday.
Mrs. Jennie Titus has been entertain
ing friends from New York city. I
j F. E. Sawyer. superintendent of
spent schools, has been taking the school cen
sus, i
1 F. L. Schuster and family of Ilolyoke.
Mass., were Sunday visitors f at Joseph
Uaniour s.
Mrs. EH Porter went to the North
Adams hospital Monday afternoon for an
operation.
Miss Marion 1 1 ill left Monday for a
week's viist among relatives and friends
in West Dover.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Ueal and family,
accompanied by Miss Alta Mallory, were
in Newfane Sunday.
A large number from West Dover were
in town Monday evening to attend the
concert at Memorial hall.
George Marsha went to Springfield,
Mass.. recently and drove home a Frank
lin car for Frank (I. Smith.
It is exjiected that all the schools will
open Sept. t. although there are still a
Jew vacancies in the teaching force.
Carl Howe, accompanied by his sister.
Mrs. Kenneth Jones of West Dover.
: -pent Sunday at his home in East Dover.
Mrs. Alice Crawford and daughter from
uicago nave arriveo in town and are
guests of her sister. Miss Mary Gorham.
Mrs. Julia Crosier is at-the home of
her brother. Henry Mann, where their
father. W. II. Mann, is being eared for,
.losepn Mainour and tamilv cnioved a
motor trip to Bennington, returning by
the way of North Adams, Mass.. Sunday.
II. L. Stetson was taken to the Memo
rial hospital in Urattleboro, where he
underwent an operation bv Drs. Wright
and Anderson Friday.
Ozro Hill returned home from West
Dover Sunday night. He accompanied 1).
r. r itch and others on a bfemcss tnu to
Urattleboro while away.
Mrs. F. D. Stafford of North Adams.
MasH.. and her sister. Mrs. E. U. Sibley,
and daughter, Fannie, of Bowe. Mass..
have been in town staying at the hotel
and calling on old friends. :
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HINSDALE, N. II.
Marvin Barrett has bought
Overland four touring car.
Mrs. W. E. Watson is visiting friends
rawtucket. U. 1.. a tew days.
Le Vasseur left Snt
where she will teach
and
few
daughter
days this
3fiss Antoinette
nrday for Fnitv.
school.
Mrs. Paul A. Maginnis
Eileen, visited relatives a
week in Ilarrisville.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wilder of Millers
Falls. Mass.. were guests of Mr. aud
Mrs. George A. Robertson Monday
Mr. and Mrs. George A. Robertson
started Tuesday morning for Tlie Weirs
md vicinity, where they will spend .sev
eral day s- ,
At a dinner given bv Miss CWra B
Dexter Thursday evening. Aug. IS. the
out-of-town guests were Mrs. John A.
Fjsher of Columbus. ().. and Mrs. Wil
liam; E. Belleville of South Chelmsford,
Mass.. both former Hinsdale girls.
A Ford ear owned by Michael Laity
of Ashuelot. which went over the bank
several weeks ago below Ashuelot. was
towed to Snow's garage in this' town by
W. II. Snow and R. E. Bruce last
Thursday afternoon. It Will be over
hauled and new mudguards and a new
top will be put on.
Matinee-2.15.. Children 11c, 17c; Adults 22c, 28c
Evening 7 and 8.55. Children 17c, Adults 28c
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DUMMERSTON.
Mrs. Augusta Bennett and Mrs. 'Abide
atih ae omnanied relatives from Brat
Ueboro to Springfield (Vt.) Friday to
tl"nd the funeral of Mrs. Bennett's
ej hew, ( lifton A. Worden, who died
Tuesday. Mr. Worden had many friends
iere who will regret to hear of his
'eat.li. He had been in failing health
several years and had been unable to
work for a year past. ' .
Miss Margaret McArdle is buyer for
ine of the big steel corporations in Bir
mingham, Alabama.
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Boys' Department, Mezzanine Flpor
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Beginning Tomorrow and Continuing Until School Opens September 6, We Bring SI
Back the Old Prices and the Good Boys' Suits Every Mother, of a Livy
. . . . '
Youngster Has Waited for So Long In Our Annual
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Suit
Not in years have we been able to present a Poys School Suit Sale of which we have been so
proud. For prices during the war and since have certainly seemed high and qualities below our stand
ard. So hundreds of mothers will welcome the news we have for them today.
We are ready with the finest collection of Boy's Suits we have had in our store since before the
war and prices for this School Suit Sale are the lowest we have been able to quote since the big rise in
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prices began.
Sale Prices on gcliopl Suits and Furnishings,
Boys' School Suits
as Follows
SPECIAL PUR-
CHASE OF
BOYS' $10.00 KNICKERBOCKER SUITS,
In This School Suit Sale at.
BOYS' $12.00 KNICKERBOCKER SUITS,
In This School Suit Sale at. V. . .
BOYS' $15.00 KNICKERBOCKER SUITS,
In This School Suit Sale at
-
EOYS $18.00 KNICKERBOCKER SUITS,
In This School Suit Sale at
BOYS' $20.00 KNICKERBOCKER SUITS,
In This School Suit Sale at. ....
$7.50
$11.50
-. ' a - r . -
$12.50
$14.50
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Boys' $10.00
Two-Piece
Suits
Here are serges, corduroys, cassimeres, worsteds and
many fancy mixtures.
At each price we have a variety of suits with an extra pair
of trousers.
Sizes run from 7 to 18 years.
1 Fancy blue and
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I brown mixtures
with pencil stripes; 1
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( all sizes I
$5.00 I
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Special Values in Knickerbocker Trousers
The materials include khaki, corduroy, serges, pure worsteds, and fancy mixtures. Sizes for boys
from 6 to 18 years. w.iW;i2&S&foS
Priced at 95c, $1.45, $1.65 1.95, $2.95, $3.95 r 1
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B oys' Fur ni sliiiigs Blouses, Hats, Cap s, Neckwear, E tc
Fine Percale Blouses for boys to wear to school,
G5 and ?1.0D
New Fall Hats. . 65, OS, 125, 1.4S, $1,9S
98, ?1.48, S1.98
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Boys' New Caps
Neckwear in brand new patterns
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Boys' Wash Suits
at Special Prices
Boys'
wear
Union Suits, in medium weight for early fall
S1.25, t.48
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Boys Fine and Heavy Ribbed Hose, all sizes and good
quality l.'.V:; 7i;J. (j59 50, , Q5
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A New Lot of Boys $6.50 Black Rubber Raincoats,
sizes 6 to 16 years - $3.75
Small Size Umbrellas for children, in this sale at
.' . $1,85
f.
Boys Soft Collar Shirts of
madras
chambray, percale and
... 50, $1.15, $1.5p
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Boys' $2.00 Wash Suits.
Boys' .$50 Wash Suits.
Boys $3.00 Wash Suits.
Boys' $3.50 Wash Suits.
Boys' $4.00 Wash Suits.
Boys' $5.00 Wash Suits .
Boys' $600 Wash Suits.,
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known "Tom Saw
yer," "Kaynee" and
"Sprague-Made" ;
Wash VSuits, all at'
sale prices. ;'
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