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THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY ' KKFOKMEK... SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 17. 1921.
AT 65 lit EHJOYS PERFECT HEALTH -FRUIT-A-TIVES' Keeps His Stomach, and liver in order X V -P4 -1! F. R. ADAMS 154 Elm St., Lakeport, N. II. "I realize that I have reached tho age (GG) when ono often requires fixing up. My digestion 3 not right and trouble with my Liver and Bowels caused considerable distress. I could not get ril of 'ho Consti pation ; and the insuflciet action cf my bowels resulted in rzy tlood absorbing the poisons. Last fali, I began taking 'I'ruit-a-tives' or Fruit Liver Tablets, and after using them for a short time I could see they wcro just what my system required. My liver became active and improvement in every way was apparent. I doubt whether anyone could feci better than I do ; and I am willing to give credit where credit is due, to Fruit-a-tivcsV , F. R. ADAMS. 50c. a box, G for $2.50, trial size 25c. At dealers or from FRUIT-A-TI YES Limited, OGDENSBURG, N. Y. TMVE GENERATIONS IN LINEAL n rMrcr-rxrr phqf FOR PTfTIJRK JLLJUVJlJI N 1 X Vri-i xwxv 1 I 6 here with three 11 v- " ..J , n . - .. . .r,.r.. , . it, 1.. ,.14, 4 7 WsTV1 EAST JAMAICA. Arthur Iivickley of Kcene is M:. .''ary Patterson. 'r. Trs. L. E. Grout and b;"-; v. e-e i: Brattloboro Saturday. .M'.-I'.iholyii Howard went to South 1 ; :K try Monday to visit friends. V. S. ATen and Arjhur Gleason have beesi lilllr-S their silos the past week. I Walter Parkin and Randall Rhodes of 'Hitn ijondonuerry were at rj. jx. xiow ard's recently. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Robinson, AV. C. Lippinott and W. S. Allen attendtnl Greenfield fair Wednesday. Mrs. Ethel Patterson and Lois were at their home here Sunday. Mrs. Patterson returned to Townshend leaving Lois with her grandparents. Arthur Chiokerinj and son. Albert, and E. C ('lough of Westmoreland and the Loomis brothers of Putney were at A. E. Gleasou's Sunday. Alta P.uckley and two tasters, Dorothy and LWis, returned to their home in Keene the first of the week after spend ing some t iinf here with their grand mother, Mrs. Mary Patterson. Mr. and Mrs. ('. W. Peirce and baby went to Rutland Thursday night, Mr. Peirce returning home in the wee hours leaving his family for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Slader. Prentiss and Frederic F.utjer were in IJrattlcboro Monday to meet William Hunter of Idaho, who is a fellow student of Prentiss ISutler in the George Wash ington university law school in Washing ton, D. C Mr. Hunter will t-pend several days here with his friends. ESTABLISHED 1871 Parlors, Chapel The IDEAL Service, and Care of Detail at the Time when Competence Ii Most Appreciated The High Standards Not Adopted trot la a Large Degree Originated by Professional Mortican Funeral Directors Superior Quality and Design of Casheti Tel. 264-W or 264-R, 157-W, 756-W AUTOMOBILE EQUIPMENT Bond Bldg., Brattleboro, Vt The Reformer publishes herewith a family group showing five generations in lineal descent, the oldest being S!) years old and the youngest about two years. On the left of the picture is Alonzo Weathcrhead. N!, a lifelong resident of Guilford, where he lias followed the occu pations of blacksmith and farmer. Xext in line is Henry Weatherhead. son of Alonzo Weatherhead. who owns a farm in the grape belt at Fredonia, N. Y. In the center of the picture is Mrs. Edith (Weatherhead) Hudson, wife of Albert ('. Hudson of Hinsdale, X. H. Mr. Hudson is a farmer and teamster. The picture in the right vt the cut is JMrs. Hazel (Hudson) Rarrett, who is hold ing her daughter, Evelyn 11. P.arrett. two years old. Mrs. P.arrett is wife of Mar vin E. P.arrett, a farmer of Hinsdale, X. II. The group picture of the five genera tions was taken recently by li. A. Crown f P.r.ittleU.ro at a family gathering wli. n Ilenrv Weatherhead of Fredonia i was visiting relatives in this locality. Lawrence of Springfield and E. M. Farr of Chester, who are members of this Pomona, the meeting was honored by the presence of Worthy State Master O. E. Slartin of Plainfield and Treasurer F. A. DeWitt of Xewfane. DUMMERSTON HILL. Mr. and Mrs. James Swett and children, Mary, Louise, Susan dames, who are on an automobile from Southern Pines, . ( ., came the Betterley homestead Wednesday u short visit, leaving this morning. four! and trip! to for Dr. Rowena Morse Mann, minister of the Third Unitarian church in Chicago, was the first womnn to receive a degree from the University of Jena in Germany. FIRE and LIFE Insurance Strong, Reliable Companies Sa'nford A. Daniels Crosby Block, Brattleboro TOWNSIIEXD. Leland and Grey Seminary Note. Leland and Grey seminary reopened Sept. C with an enrollment of nearly PROFESSIONAL CARDS. DR. . L. TRACT, Fnywcian an SfcXJoa, 114 Main St. 0ce hours: 8 to 9 a, m. 1 to 1 m. 7 to &30 p. m. Tel. 2S6. . DR. B. E. WHITE, Phyaidam axd gstrfooa. Barber Bmldine, Boom 205 and 6. Hura: 1-8 and 7-8 p. m. O&ce trl.. 717-W rea.. 717-R. DR. O. B. HUNTER. Office at resident. West Brattleboro. Hours: 8 to 9 a. m.; 1 to 3, and 6.30 to 8 p. m. Telephone. 31 S. W. J. KAIHE, M. D., Phya'cian and Sergeon. Office. Room 10, Ullery building. Hours: 8.30 to WO; U0 to 3.00; 7 to 8. Office 'phone. 4-W. Reaidence, 75 Frost St.. 'phone, 439-R. C. R. ALDRICH. M. D. Hotira: 1X30 to J0, Mr IK IV 7 to 8. Office 'phone, X-ray work a specialty. 165-W; hoaee. 165- R. G. R. ANDERSON, SurReon and Physician. Snrgery a specialty. Office and residence. Brooks House. 128 Main St. Hours; After noons, L30 to 3; evening. 7 to 8, except Tues days and Fridays. Sunday by appointment only. 'Phone 246. DR. GRACE W. BURNETT, Physician and Surgeon. Market Block. Elliot St. Office hour: 8.30 to 930 a. m.: 130 to 330, and 7 to 8 p. tp. Telephone. 744-Vf. DR. H. P. GREENE, Physician and Sarceon. Office, Bank block. Houra: 1J to 3. and to 8 p. m. Reaidenee. 83 Green St. Telephone aonnection. Morcinaa and Sundays by ap pointment only. 300 students, L'7 of them beiiiR freshmen. The lirst assembly period t bowed r.meh school enthusiasm. The new prin-ip-i. J. II. Wric'.it pave an interest iiiR and inspiring talk on the purposes of educa tion. A senior class meet ins: was held Sept. f and the officers elected were Wayne Hutler, president. Kloise Ciiiii mings, vice president ; Karl Vincent, treasurer; Marion Putnam, secretary. A call was put out Monday fur can didates fur the baseball team. About 1.1 boys responded and the team was organized with Charles Straitiff, "2i as captain and Wayne lhitler. "-2 as man iircr. A came lias been arranged with West Townshend for Sept. 1!4. There is a great deal of new material this year and the school h.oks forward to a successful baseball season. j The seminary was iVrtunate this year in having excellent weather for the annual corn roast on Friday oven-J ing. The seniors, who were in charge, of the festivities, experienced some dif-f iieulty in-obtaining the "piece de resist-J ril 1 t il M'll, UiMt i.nv. iav , indebted to those who so kindly furn-jU' ished the corn. At (5. HO p. m. the stu dents, who had gathered at the semi nary proceeded to Hastings flat, where the corn roast was held. The annual initiation exercises took place with the usual retaliation on the part of tlie freshmen. They entertained the school for about an hour with their volun tary ('!) oratorical efforts. Then the newly initiated, with their appreciative audience, fell on the corn and mallows, and soon all that remained rf? the refreshments were a pile of husks and empty boxes. The enthusiastic) gathering ended with the usual songs! and cheers. A large number of the townspeople and students were present at the fresh men reception Tuesday evening, given in the town hall. An P.est made, means best in workmanship and finish and of suitable style and material. Also prizes of .SI and "0e for best article of manual training made bv bov not over 14 years. A prize is also offered for the best whittled ar ticle made by a boy. A prize of "Oc is offered 'to each grade of the town schools, subjects for competition to be selected by teachers and superintendent. The fair is a community affair and ex hibits are requested from all in town. II. II. Chamberlain went Wed to Grafton for a visit with rela- Mrs. II. I spending Spencer of West at Y . A. especial purpose of selecting lamps and fixtures for the Congregational church to eomplete her generous gift of electric lights for the entire building, the wiring of which she has already had done. Mrs. Cooiidge is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elijah Allen, former residents of this town living for many years on the farm now owned by . W. Follett. P.oth were men-'-crs of the local Congregational church and it i- in their memory that the gift is given. Mrs. Cooiidge .-pent her cnily life hVr" leaving town about '.Vt ji'nrs ago. The electric lights to be in stalled will be of the semi-indirect type r:vin"- a soffned mellow light. They wee: Scouts are and hike de Ilutchin.; has not planning an to Newfane all-hill on. who has been been so well the t.ves. Mr. and Haven are spending a Eddy's. The I'.oy day outing Sat urday. Miss Pes: lit all summer, nas ini iccii so eu past wcely Mr. and Mrs. John Allen returned home Mondnv after visiting relatives in Alstead. N. II. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Sparks and daugh ter. Miss Julia, spent Sulay witn rel ative in Saxtn Hiver. i Miss Genevieve (lieney has been v.sit- friend. Miss !tberta Meiiuicll. South Londonderry a few days. William L. Marsh of Chicago is liv ing with his cousins, Mr. and Mrs. t. W. Follett, and attending school in the village. Mrs. Edson Chamberlain and friend, Mrs. Ella Matin both of Worcester, Mass., spent the past week at the home of A. F. Chamberlain. I The Advent school in iitnet .no. ': i i !:..- i, ,t.;. it,,iI... marsh-: ......, m w:i: mc in eh the !l!l hide two outside lights also lights vestry and hall as well as tae audience room. WEST TOWNSMEN!). Gladys Chapen was at home Sun- Mass., is vis- N. .f her EDWARD R. LYNCH, K. D. Surgery a spe cialty. Office. Park Buildint. 'Phone, 540. Hours, 1 to 4 p. m.; 7 to 9 p. n. Residence, Putney Road. "Phone, 177, Snndays by ap pointment only DR. A. I. MILLER, Hooker block. Brattte- boro. Office hours : 8 to 9, 1 to 2, 6-30 to 8. W. R. NOYE3, M. D-, Phyaician and Surgeon, Eye, Ear, Ncse and Throat. Glasses fitted. Hrs. a-12. 1J0-S. Wed, and Sat. Etq. Am. Bid i- DR. HENRY TUCKER. Residence, 12 Grore St.; telephone, 258. Office, Leonard block. Hours: 130 to 3, and 7 to 8. Telephone, 39-W. estmg program was given including a welcome by liev. C. W. IVishop and re-', spouse by Beatrice Cunimings, president, cf the freshman class. Piano selections' were given by Miss Clara Greenwood and Mrs. F. E. Osgood and short ad dresses by Principal J. II. Wright and; Superintendint C. II. Straitiff. vocal selection by Wrs. I'assett. 1 lie program closisl with class cheers and singing of. Alma Mater by the entire school. The j school faculty and president of Ik." freshman class were in the receiving line. Refreshments were served by tin sophomore class and the evening's cn tertamment ended with dancing. f C'aremont as teacher. d-..n boaids at A. F. Cheney's. W. M. Sparks is much improved in health though on a strict diet and unable to do heavy work. lie began his duties ns sheriff at Newfane court Tuesday. Mr. Andrews, who has been spending I Sept.. 'the summer at Mrs. Crandall's home, re-inter- i t ,, .),.. recent Iv to Sheid n. Conn. Mrs. went with linn to VI ;it his sis- DR. H. L. WATERMAN. Office. 117 Main St. Orer Knech's store. Hrs.; 130-3. 7-8. Tel. 43-W. W. H. LANE, M. D 117 Main St. Honrs: 1 to 3 and 7 to 8. except Snndays. Tel. 7V9-Vf. DR. C. G. WHEELER, Osteopathic Physician, 110 Barber Bldg. Office houra: 10 to 12 and 2 to 4. Treatment by appointment. Tel. 319-VT. HASKINS &SCHWENE, Attorneys and Ccaa sellora at Law. Brattleboro, Vt. DR. G. P. BARB EX, Dentiat. Brattleboro. Union block. FRANK E. BARBER. Attorney at Lav, brr Building, Brattleboro. bar. O. B. HUGHES, Lawyer. Telephone 1106-W. 212 Barbet bnildlof. BARROWS & CO., Wholeaale and Retail Dealers in coala of all kinds. OfSte, 17 Main St.. Brattleboro. Prizes For G range Itiver Fair Oct. It. Grange fair, which will ill include the Crandall ter. Mr. and Mrs. A. It. Marsh and son Harold, attended Rutland fair Saturday froing with Miss Mabel FuUerton. E. S. Wheeler and others attended the fair during th week. Mr. and Mrs. II. M. DeKonde of Wood linven W Y . are summer guests at the home of E. W. Sage. P.oth have been! guests here for several vears stopping at ltev. It. 1 1. P.osworth's. Gay Hawkins, who has a position as superintendent of a farm at Winooski. siient the week-end with his aunt, Mrs. Ethe Farwell. Mr. Hawkins employer is .Mr. Eeggett. a grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Senaca Howe, former residents of thi.-s villaire. Mr. Eeggett has visited section several turn Mi day. John Wood of Woburn i'ng at C. M. D'-an's. Miss Emma Iean of DrewsviHe II . was a recert guest at the home brother, C. M. I K an. Mrs. P.ertha l'.oydin. who works for M; ":nse was at In r rooms at Elvira It.yr.toa's a few days. , . Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Woods of Wo boiti. Mass.. have taovd into tleorge Gleasou's house, occupied by George Keod. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Houghton of P.rat-tlilwo-o. former residents here, have been in town the past week. ailing on friends, j Otis Cumoiiiigs. station agent, will j soon move into A. 11. Wheeler's tene ment, vacated bv Mr. ami Mrs. Frank Howe. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Howe have moved to Springf.eM. Mass.. where Mr. Howe has work with his brother-in-law, Oscar Hunting. Miss Vivian DcCell. Miss P.essio, Is abelle ami Je-sie Euckley are among the students who are attending the hih school at Townshend. George II. Howard of I!n;tt!elro was at the home of his motaer uii(tay. .Mrs. Howard r-toj-ried with him to attev.d the funeral of her nephew, .John Ellis. Raymond McFailiind. principal of Vermont academy at SaxtoifS River, was a fuller at the parsonage Sunday. Mr. McFarhnid was aN c(diege-mate of ltev. W. F. Rissell. Mr. and Mrs. diaries F. P.ihh. Mis Charlotte E. P.alch and Mrs. Mary Wil liams of Antrim. N. H.. and Scott E. Williams of Gardner. Mass., were guest:; at C. O. Kimball's last week. WINDHAM. Merrill Gordon has trailed off hi:; Ford touring car for a motorcycle. Mr. and Mrs. Ilurdis Smith and Mrs. Ernest Sinclair of Itrattlehoro were re cent callers at Mrs. Mary Whipple's. Carl Davison returns this week to his home in Jamaica Plain. Mass.. after spending several weeks with his brother-in-law, August Carlson. Everett and Charles Hamilton of Charlestown. N. II., were at George L. Dutton's a few days this week and as sisted him in filling his silo. F. M. Ingalls is erecting on his place this week the silo he bought of F. H. Carleton. Mr. Iord and Julius Fred erick of Chester are the carpenters. Mrs. J. F. Hitchcock and two sons and her mother, Mrs. Marvel of Orange. Mass.. and her sister and husband of Somerville came Monday for a few days' stay in town. They are staying at James Scott's. President Charpentier of the Paw tucket Lumber & Timber Co., was in town the last of last week. He plans to have the company's mill in West Wind ham rebuilt, Charles Abbott to have charge of most of the work. Contractor I lodge of Proctorsville be gan work this week on the P.utler bridge, which is to be a substantial cement bridge from state specifications. Con tractor Kiel of Springfield is progressing with excavation and cement work on the three new bridges on the North Wind ham road, but the work is somewhat de layed by the non-arrival of the steel for reinforcement. Alien District Pomona Grange met Wednesday evening. Sept. 7, with Glebe Mt. Grange. The meeting was marked bv the attendance of four state Grange ofiiecrs. Resides State Lecturer A. L. - . , , I, , ,i I, - 7,AiH? 'A"v-r': 'Vv'K ? Jfill I Days yrfcsOu . spedd This CfMJ Aded Year . JW) Auto j Ul!1 7 and 'MiltoDaSiai ' Polo fc&L . . , ,k' Races HUDSON ..S.UEER SIX i End the Season at This Big New England Event $29,000 in Premiums $10,500 in Trotting Purses Airplanes, Free Vaudeville, Great Stock Exhibition, Auto Races, Auto Polo, Morgan Horses, Big Midway All Departments Crowded with Interest For premium book, write F. L. Davis, Sec, White River Junction, Vt. HUDSON SUPER SIX and under the are quaran- us- tins BOND & SOH, ExclasiTe Undertaking mobile aerrice. Telecbone 364-W. II PHONE 354-W Moran & Rohde Funeral Directors Automobile Equipment 5? MAIN STJREET Brattleboro, Vermont West he lie i on Oct. 11. v nal list of cash prizes for the best dis- of state agrienltural work idavs of vegetables, fruit, flowers, grains,! ia'.ist in ixjultry. canned goods and cookery, needlework, crochet i it., knitting. ete., als.i oasli; prize fur best single exhibit in e.seh de-j partment; f.r the boys and gills cash prh'.es for best cileeti'.n vegetables, flowers, canned poods, (at least :? cuiisl jellies, cookery (4 articles) needlework and crocheting, also prizes for best single specimen in each department. Two sets of prizes will be given in the canned goods, jellies, cooking ami needle work. To children under l and to boys and girls from 12 to IS years, in order to make the competition as fair as possible, special prizes of and will be given this year for the best made dress cut and made by a girl not over IS years. and best made apron cut and ' made by girl not over 1 1 years. in the interest lie is a spoc- ri tm:y E. C. I'arker is ill care cf a nurse. Severn! families in town tined with scarlet fever. Mrs. Caroline Goodrich is recovering from a serious operation at the Me morial hospital in Urattlehoro. Miss M.irior.e "Wheeler has returned to her home in Greenfield a few dajs as guest of after spending Miss Eunice wt.::.. i.' '! l?n...ioll .! II I- 1 Inn-. ! Johnson. Hid were driving" together to the' street ! liy special dispensation Sedgwick Wednesday evening with Mr. Kandall s A oman s Kelief corps wi:i mo-i us icgu- liitomobile cidlided with them lar meeting next weeic i ueMiar cun, instead of this week. t":wn. an aiitomotnle co on the curve north of Miss Plant's bouse, throwing both men to the ground and breaking the shafts and other parts of the wagon. The automobile driver, who was a stranger to the men. stopped and gave aid, promising a foil settlement for laiiinge. Neither of the men were ap parently injured beyond bruises and a 'hakiiig-iip. The team had jut passed another cur and was welt to the rigid of the road when th" accident occurred. Mrs. Ellen Cool'idc of 1'itcliburg, Mass.. who is the gue -t of her cousin, '. II. "Willard, is in the village for the The bxly of 1). II. Keii'drick. for manv years proprietor of the Kendriek House.' will be brought here for bzurial on Friday in the family lot in Mount Pleasant cemetery. Wot-,! come Thm-sd.iv of the deaMi of Svivenus Kelley at the borne of I:'. Hi-liter. Mrs. Eizzie Kelley, wife Mcrritt Huntley of U est where he was taken for care after trouble in his his of 1 Mimmerston. a tew weeks ago a serious ntiacu wun neaii home on Main street where Average Reduction on All Hudson Cars Never was Hudson's price ad vantage over cars of compar arable quality so striking as now. It is in all respects as great a car, end in many re finements even greater than last year's Super-Six. And think, that then, at $2600 it outsold all fine cars, as it had done for five years previously. Now with Hudson at the medi um price of $1895 dees any higher-priced car offer quali ties to warrant their vastly increased price differential? And of the cars in its new price range is there one that you ever distantly associated with Hudson in any quality? wanted Now $1895 F. O. B. Detroit Manley Brothers Co., High Street, Brattleboro Inc. HUD Super-Six QlTllVi Clancy EMs The Wrens Idea cf Education G. W. CUSHMAN 127 Main St., Ground Floor Tel. 239 Buy, sell or exchange Old gold. sil vcr. watches, diamonds, guns, sponmg goods, tools, talking machines and rec ords, antiques, field glasses, musical in struments, books Tools sharpened, as knives, scissors, saws, etc. F'SFY L. CROSBY th V gClu- ,Nwrp.-rr Syndic! he lived anne. I a I . - , , itkv l- opi UAlNT G01H TO I -TW15 ALLANS, school ko morc M wwe? I 1 rJTHe-reACHcn r1 s! ' fN, ( I r h J V to 1J SS ClS M6 A LOT M0f?6- p y dj- AfNr -ne my