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THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY REFORMER, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER .21: 1921.
NEWF.LNE. J. D. Mahor and family 6pcut Sunday at Forest lake. Mrs. George O. Davis of Norwood, work in the central telephone office aud Miss Mildred Mardeu is taking her place. Arthur Wade is home from ypringfield and is doing some shingling for his father. LIQJUXD ANTISEPTIC Very efficacious tor sore throats and head colds leaves such a cool, clean feeling. Use it to pre' vent the Flu! Throats sprayed with Klenzo resist all disease germs. Take home a bottle today. Brooks House Pharmacy Mass., is a guest this week of her sis- Mr. l'ecor ot ueiiows aus is ueipiug mm. ter-in-law, Mrs. II. J. JSatchelder. Judge A.. P. AVaite is attending court Mr. and Mrs. It A. Amsden of Sim- in ewfane. Carroll Uoane. waiter iuu onsville were week-end visitors at the Lome of their son, Arthur Amsden. Thomas T. Brittan Fire Accident Insurance Liability Life Wilder Bldg., Brattlefacro ESTABLISHED 1871 Parlors, Chapel The IDEAL Service, and Care of Details at the Time when Competence Is Most Appreciated The High Standards Not Adopted trot in a Large Degree Originated by ponis Sz Professional Morticans Funeral Directors Enperior Quality and Design ot Catketf TeL 254-W or 264-R, 157-W. 756-W AUTOMOBILE EQUIPMENT Bond Bldg., Brattleboro, Vt PROFESSIONAL CARDS. DR. K. L. TRACT, Physician aa amrjsoa, 114 Uais St. Office hours : 8 to 9 a. rn.ltatp.BU 7 to 830 p. m. Tel. 35, DR. B. E. WHITE, Physician and Sari eon. Barber Building. Room 305 and 306. Honrs: 1-3 and 7-8 p. nu Office tel.. 717-VT tee.. 717-S. DR. G. B. HUHTER. Office at residence. West Brattleboro. Hours: 8 to 9 a. m.; 1 to 3, and 6.30 to 8 p. m. Telephone. 318. W. J. KAIHE, M. D., Physician and Soxgeon. Office. Room 10. Ullery building. Hoars: IU0 to 9.30; U30 to 3.00; 7 to 8. Office 'phone. 4J9-W. Residence. 75 Frost St.. 'phone. 439-R. C. R. AXDRICH, II. D. Hoars: 12J0 to JL3U, 7 to 8. Office 'phone. 165-VT; house, 165-li. X-ray work a specialty. worth and Fred Hall are there as jury men. Mr. and Mrs. Madsen and child and hrother and sister of "Worcester. Mass., (spent last week with their uncle, Peder Federsen. A. V: Woodward and family of Gran ville, X. Y., visited at George Shattuek's recently, and took Mr. and Mrs. Js hat tuck on an automobile trip to Keene, N. II. 15. F. Center and family of Cobleskill, N. Y., also ere guests last week of Mr. and Mrs. Shattuck. Mr. and Mrs. Karl Williams, Mrs. Alice Stone ami L. It. Uarney are in Springfield, Mass., for the week to attend the exposi tion. BKOOKLINE. Olive Eager of Newfane spent Thurs day with Mrs. Austin. Rev. George Chambers of Newport called on friends last week. Miss Olive Howe is ill and is at home from her school at Townshend. A party of 10 of the Osgood family enjoyed an outing at Northtield Sunday. Herman Osgood and family of Baldwin Place, N. Y., are visiting his mother and brothers. Dorr Derby of Williamsville is board ing at A. A. Austin's and working for Elmer Goodnow. A fire started at Goodnow's mill last Suturdav mornins as he was buruiug meeting will be in charge ol Airs. i.oi r j edgings and sawdust preparatory to dig Alien. Afterward 1 lit re will be a sur-j gjng a ditch. About iU) men responded to prise latme in charge of Mrs. N. M-thf call of fire and .soon had it under Uatcheliler. Arthur W. Downs, son of Mrs. Lo visa Downs, came from Indianapolis Monday to visit his mother after a tar's absence in the West, where he is a traveling salesman. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Batchelder have returned from a visit to their son, George Batchelder, at hasthampton. Miss Hazel and Miss Edith Landman of South Londonderry spent Monday afternoon with menus at Davidson Maples. Mr. and Mrs. Don Baker, Mrs. Ar thur Baker and Mrs. I-nuth of l'hillip ston, Mass., have been recent guests of Mrs. Lucy Hosley. A recent article in The Reformer con cerning the cruel sport with a greased pig meets with the approval ot an right-minded ieople. The large, handsome peaches dis played by Ira Moult on grew on New liiil and are unusually fine for peaches grown so far north. Topic for the Christian Endeavor meeting Sunday evening will be Mis sionary Results in South America. Miss Carolyn Hyde, leader. Miss Harriet and Miss Carrie Hoy den, who spent the summer at their new home on the Brattleboro road, have returned to their hoir.e iu l'oxboro, Mass. Mrs. Hitchcock and Clinton Halladay have returned to their home in Provi dence. The Halladay family went earl ier and now their home is closed for the season. The ijrotrram at the next Grange JAMAICA. L. B. Bills has moved to West Wards boro. Dr. and Mrs. A. W. Thomas visited relatives in New York last week. Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Allen were in Springfield the first of the week. .Mrs. John Wright went to Wardsboro recently to consult Dr. Hopkinson. " Mr. and Mrs. Leon Pike spent Satur day and Sunday at Horace Mehuron's. George Stone of South Londonderry visited his brother, Delmar Stoue, re cently. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ballard attended the funeral of John EHis in Brattleboro Tuesday. llermon Lowe and Dewey Howard of Wardsboro are chopping wood for John Wright. Miss Carrie Roberts of AVest Wards boro is teaching in Pikes Falls, beginning Sept. 12. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Wymau of Brattle boro were recent visitors at George Har rington s. control. No damage was done to the mill, but si'veral cords of slab wood and edgings were burned. WEST DOVER. Claude I'Mon and Mr. Winchester were Marjorie Fames, who graduated tins: in North Adams. Mass., Saturday. spring at liand and t.ray seminary m Mr. and Mrs. Louis Moore of Benning Townsheiid. went Monday to enter Mid- t((n wen guts of Mr. and Mrs F 0 dlebury college. Her mother, Mrs. W . narvev Sunday. l Karnes, accompanied her and will re-! , . ,. Main a few days Mr- 8,1,1 Mrs- (,H)rKp Phelps and Mr. ' ,,,' , , 'and Mrs. Joe Miller and little daughter Mrs Lmma Inwards is gaming and Week-end guests w.?s. al.le to cave, the Memorial Lo-. Thm)th Houghton. . oital in Brattleboro Nept. 1; and is at. the home of her siater, Mrs. Gertiel Mr. ami Mrs. W illiara Harris and son, Martin, in Brattleboro to remain until Dale, attended the Greenfield fair Sept. ?h is able to return to her home. Hi. They were accompanied by Rollin Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Wiibur, aetom- Hjirris ,,f Greenfield Mass Mr Harris ranied bv their son. Jay Wilbur, and been visiting relatives Lere the past his wife "and two children, all f rom . 1 -vo weeks. Hartford, Conn., came Thursday toj Mr. and Mrs. John A. Davis and Newfane enroute to their home from, nephew, Ralph Davis, left Sunday for Montreal and northern New York. ' Springfield. Mass., to attend the Spring After a t-liort visit at Davidson Maples field fair. Mrs. Davis's brother ami wife, they resumed their trip Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hager, will keep Mr. and Mrs. C harles Allen of Fitch- house for them while they are away, burg, Mass.. came by automobile Thurs- The community was saddened to hear dav to visit Harry Howard and to see of the death of George Harris, which oc Yermont. Mr. Allen has for many ; ollrrcd Sept. 11. Although Mr. Harris years been connected with a Fitchburs: iad been in ill health some time he seemed band and his cornet playing was mtn-h as well as usual until about an hour be cii joyed by the new friends he inade'f()re i,; death. He called on several of in Newfane. his friends that day, walking three or Among those registered at the New-( four miles. Mr. Harris, who was a mid fane Tun recently are Miss M. Baker of die-aged man. l?ved alone. He worked for New York city. Miss A. L. Spencer of different people when he was able, lie Northtield. Mass.. Mr. and Mrs. F. L. has only a few relatives. The funeral was Kdson of Montpelier, Mr. and ..Irs. I raj held at the church and the burial took place in the- Cutting cemetery. G. R. ANDERSON, Surceon and Physician. Surgery 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. Sundays by appointment only. 'Phone 246. DR. GRACE W. BTJRXETT. Physician and Surgeon. Market Block, Elliot St, O&ce hours: 8.30 to 9.30 a. in.; 1.30 to and 7 to 8 p. m. Telephone, 744-VT. Hisisiins of Providence. R. I., J. John son ' of Milford, .Mass.. Mr. and Mrs. Sidnev F. Swezy of Freeport, N. Y., Miss M. L. Hawks of Northampton, Mass., and E. II. Frizzell of Greenfield, Mass. A letter from Miss Txis Murdoch, formerly a summer guest at Davidson Maples and whose home is in the Ha- ;'wa"'iian Islands, came recently and con tained a message direct from the li lauea volcano, where she had been spending a week. The letter contained a postcard which she scorched in a hot lava crack Aug. 19. She writes: "The volcano is not so very active just now but is still a wonderful sight." The Yolcano House, where she stayed is headquarters J"or those who wish to visit t lie main crater. Great Fissure, Lava Cascades. Postcard Craeks, House of Kverlasting Fire and other points of interest, with automobiles and sad dle horses always available. Miss Mur doch was a student at Wellesley col lege when she snent a summer vacation iii Newfane. where the cool greenness of th:t summer contrasts strongly with the fiery scenes of this year's outing. DR. H. P. GREENE, Physician an4 Snrgeon. Office, Bank block. Hours: 1J to 2, and 1 to 8 p. in. Residence, 83 Green St. Talejihon Connection. Mornings and Sundays by ap pointment only. feurgery a p- 'ihone, S40. EDWARD R. LYHCH. M. li Kours, I to 4 p. nu; j to y p. nu Residence, Putney Road. 'Phone, 177, Sandays by ap pointment only. DR. A. L MILLER, Hooker block. Brattle boro. Office hours : 8 to 9, 1 to 2, 6-JQ to 8. LONDONDERRY. Lee Wymau is home from Northamp ton, Mass. Mrs. Jennie Lake is visiting her son in Grafton. Harry Cudworth of New York city is isiting his father and brother. Mrs. F. A. Curtis is attending the ex position in Springfield, Mass. Mrs. Stella Bryant has gone for a few weeks' visit with her daughter in Amster dam, N. Y. Mrs. Robert Charlton is much im proved in health and has gone to join her husband in Lincoln. Miss Charlotte Carver has finished W. R. KOYES, M. IK. Physician and Surgeon, Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat. Glasses fitted. Hrs. M2. 1.30-5. Wed. and Sat. Evo. Am. Bldf. DR. HENRY TUCKER. Residence. 12-GroTe St.,' telephone, 258. Office. Leonard block. Hours: U30 to 3, and 7 to 8. Telephone, 39-Y. DR. E. L. WATERMAN. Office, 117 Main St. O-vtt Kuech's store. Hrs.: 1J0-3, 7-8. Tel. 43-W. W. B. LANE, U. D 117 Main St. Hours: 1 to 3 and 7 to 8. except Sundays. Tel. 789-W, UK. u. li. wheeler, osteopathic Physician, 110 Barber Bldg. Office hours: 10 to 13 and 2 to 4. Treatment by appointment. Tel. 319-W. HASXINS & SCHWENK, Attorney and Coin sellers at Law. Brattleboro, Vt. DR. G. P. BARBER, Dentist, Brattleboro. Union block. FRANK E. BARBER. Attorney bt Law. bar brr Building;, Brattleboro. O. B. HUGHES, Lawyer, 213 Barber baildinf, Telephone 1106-W. BARROWS A CO., Wholesale and RetaU Dealers in coals ol all kinds, OfSne, 37 Main bt.. Brattleboro. BOND & SON, Exclusive Undertaking, Auto mobile service. Teleshona 364 -W- THONE 354-W Moran & Rohde Funeral Director! Automobile Equipment 5? MAIN STREET Brattleboro. Vermont For Headaclie 1 ..fill 3 lllfllllilllf led ford. t. M. Relieves Pain K.eep a Tube HancLij Thoy tffrr..rtf if Ctf . M V. HALIFAX. Mr. and Mrs. Clney Crosier were re cent visitors in town. Dr. Outhouse and family snent Sun day at their summer home. Miss Adelaide Wolf el and friends mo tored to her home in lSel'ows Falls Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. IVrley Crosier and children attended the Greenfield ifair la?-t week. Mrs. IVrley Crosier and children and Mrs. H. K. White went to the Eastern Katies Kxjos)tion Tmcday. i Mr. and Mrs. IVrley Crosier have returned from a 4oo-mile motor trip through New Hampshire and Maine. . Mrs. Nathan .lories and daughter, Charlotte, have joined Mr. Jones in Waterloro, Me., where they will live. Miss Anna (Soodenouuh of Sprinufield, Aiass., and Austin KuskcII of M Mass., were recent visitors at Goodenoiik'h 's. Mrs. Charles Hamilton of Ames, Iowa, who is visiting her mother, Mrs. Chloe Crosier, fell and broke the large bone of her leg one day lat week. Elijah 1'rown. Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Hro.vn, Miss Ellen Brown and Mr. Brigs of Greenfield, Mass.. were in town Sunday. "Mrs. Dwight lirown was a former re.sideflt here and will be re inenibercd as Elh, Iee. WEST TOWNSHEM). The farmers are busy filling their silos. Uev. V. I?. Ilvde of Newfane supplied the pulpit last Sunday. George Pierce and family were at Marcia Howe's cottage over the week end. Sunday school will be held at 1.H0 p. m., and a preaching service at li.iiO Sun day. Uev. A. V. Wood worth of West lirat tleboro will preach at the church next Sunday afternoon. Misses Ruth ami Marion "Woodward of Heach Bluff, Mass., arc visiting their sister, Mrs. IX II. Sprague. Henry Prouty of Brattleboro is in ill health and is stopping at the home of his cousin, Mrs. E. W. llolden. Rev. II. P. Woodin, 1). D.. of Brat tleboro and Ilev. A. V. Wood worth of West Brattleboro were callers at the parsonage last Wednesday. The smallest Bible is seven-tenths of an inch long, six-tenths wide, and half an ine hthick. It has been in a Stockholm family since 1N05. It is printed iu Eng lish and contains the whole of the New Testament. But it cannot be read with out a iiowerful microscope. hi mother, Mrs. Abbie White. They arc rio-v visiting relatives in South London deny . That E.Teral business is dull is shown by t ':e number of fern pickers. The woods ar ' u.-arly bare of ferns and in some cas i raes and all being picked as the fe: :i b.:;, er can testify. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Knight of Boston have Ix-en recent visitors in town. Mrs. lioy Iluggins, who has spent the summer at Myron Johnson's, returned with them Wednesday on her way to Maine. Lewis Savage escaped serious injury last week while drawing gravel on the road. While loading his cart the bank slid down, nearly covering him and pin-1 ning him against the wheel so the men j had to help him to get out. Mr. Ravage, although not able to work much, was not confined to the house. Fred White, a lad of 16, had an inter esting and exciting experience recently while picking ferns alone in the woods. He heard steps and looked up expecting to see other pickers, but to his surprise a herd of seven deer were advancing rap- Idly upon mm Jed by a buck with magnifi TRADE WITH MEN YOU KNOW For Insurance in Strong Companies Insurance men who are well known in the town will recommend only those companies that have been tested by time. . It Costs No More to buy jour insurance in a big company and from a well known agency than from some untested source, so be certain. Every policy issued at this office is the best that can be obtained for fiie purpose. .The companies represented have been investigated they are big and financially strong. H. E. TAYLOR & SON INSURANCE AGENCY BRATTLEBORO. VERMONT Mr. and Mrs. George Harrington and cent antlers and two others with smaller Charles Benson attended Greentield fair Thursday. Mrs. Pearl Bawson was called to Brat tleboro Thursday because of the illness of her mother. Miss Cora Goodell, who spent her vaca tion at L. B. Bills's has gone to teach in Webster, Mass. Mrs. B. S. Blake and children came to join her husband at their summer home in West Jamaica. Leon Torrey is having a new chimney built on the house recently purchased by him of Fred White. The four pupils from Maynard Hollow are attending the village school being car ried by John X. White. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Holland and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Soier were at George Gardner's over the week-end. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Stark' and Edward Stark attended the funeral of Mrs. George Stark in Brattleboro Tuesday. George Gardner, who has been unable to work for several weeks because of an accident, is able to be out again. Iiev. and Mrs. W. A. White motored from Sturbridge, Mass., last week to visit horns. The deer stopped about lit) feet from the boy, the leader stamping and whistling. The lad stepped beside a tree ready to swing into its branches when a little fawn arose from behind a log about 10 feet from him. The little deer trotted away, the larger ones following but the lenders stood on guard whistling till the others Lad gone ahead. cAGENTS WANTED Big Money Fast Sales Every auto owner a prospect Sell for 510, you make $2. Ten orders daily jjgjgHB easy. Fifteen highgrade drop-forged tools, fully guaranteed. Sample kit $S. Write for territory NOW RoyH.Brannin KvSTfe? have Somewhere, Sometime, Somehow, Someone may found a orift that will carry a more cherished sentiment than flowers but to the sweetheart of our day, there has been no more constant messenger than flowers. 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