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THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY REFORMER, SATURDAY; OCTOBER 29, 1921."
r r Before Calling a Doctor disorders of stomach, liver or kidneys, try .1 , ii i 1 - O - T -V tne kxhi oia-iasrnoneu remeuy stiti-.i NEWFANE. Mrs. Nargette (Ayers)-Pratt. Mrs. Nargette (Ayers) Pratt. 82. widow of Alelvin It. Pratt, died at (3.80 Tuesday BARKS and we predict that in nine cases mormng rrom a g "i"iuS out of ten you won't ikkkI a doctor. This, having failed rapm.y tne pasc sear, famous remedv will give quick relief to I $ho was born July .0, 1S.W, in Jral the organs of digestion, kidneys, and the ton, a daughter of John and Alice U ark) liver, and when these important organs! Ayers, her father being proprietor ot the are in a normal condition, you need not 'Grafton Inn. She was married twice. Lave fear of other complications. A very laree nercentase of al! our ail ments are caused by indigestion, or a de ranged stomach, and you can easily elim Her first husband. Albert Gibson of Graf ton, served his country in the Civil war and it was while he was at home on a furloiiffh that tliey were married. His inate these conditions by taking SPVEN! death occurred about three months later. BAIIKS according to directions for a 'One child, Nellie" H.. was born of this short time. This remarkable remedy is: reunion. On Nov. 7. lf(57, she married made from the extracts of several differ-! Melvin It. Pratt. They lived in Chester ent kinds of roots and hibs, every one of:anj at Satftons River, coming to New which has medicinal value, scientifically j fane in where they had since lived Mended, and for 50 years has been a stan-; amj where Mr. Pratt's death occurred tlard remedy for indigestion, constipation, j aDout nine years ago. Two sons were liver, kidney and Ptomach troubles. i born to them, William Lewis, who died SEVEN BARKS has saved thousands in infan(.v. ail(i Clifton M. Pratt of of families large doctors bills, as wen as Grwnfield. ' unwm ouuiiui6. , , v i mirpC! n R(r uet'iimng vears irs. i-rait was VZ'-X'ritm " th he luSs , A K"N tenderly cared for by her daughter. Nel BARKS as a family remedy for JO years!,- i,.,ltf. i ,,,. t;v,. and it has saved hira many a doctor s bill. He also states he found it a most excellent remedv for indigestion and kid ney troubles. What SEVEN BARKS has done for others it will do for you For halo by druggists Advertisement. Nothing equals SAPOLIO for scouring and poSishm cutlery. Makes all metalwara look like new member of the Woman's Relief corns as long as her health permitted. She al ways was busy with tine needlework and embroidery, in whicb she excelled. She was of a kindly disposition and was es teemed by all. The luneral was held in the home Thursday forenoon at 11 o'clock. Rev. F M. Wiswall olnciating. lhe burial took Blace in the family lot in Woodlawn cemetery, members of the Sons of Vet erans acting as bearers. Community Service Committee. The community meeting in T'nion hall last Thursday evening was well attended and much interest was shown and good attention given to the short talk by I. K Union district and the Brookline school will unite in a Halloween celebration to be held Friday evening at the school house in Newfane village. W. I'. Eager, who came to attend the funeral of his brother, B. C. Eager, re mained for a visit in the home of his brother. Ward H. Eager, returning Sat urday to his home in Hackensack, N. J. Next Sundav. Oct. 30. the church here. following out a general program of all churches throughout the country, will begin its drive for church attendance. The service Sunday will be appropriate to the occasion. The visitors at the telephone exchange , meetine Friday evening and Mrs. Mary during "telephone week" were apprecia- Cushing gave a summary of the meetings tive of the demonstration given m tne and the objects tor wincn all are to work local office, although the number to avail J during the year. The Newfane .society DeWitt gave a full "report of the first fe'd' ore ' visitfn? in the home of his evening, including the banquet and the brother, L. E. Strottoii. . ', . -.1.1 olnmn! ... . . .. I - . . . .... . .1 Lillu Wiswall reported the workers' con ference held Thursday morning and. Rev. F. M. Wiswall spoke of the practical work of a local socie(v and the otb" addresses given Thursday afternoon - and evening. Miss Amy Keed gave a report of the election of officers and the award ing of the banner and Miss Mildred Eddy of the junior work. Miss Emma Moulton reported the addresses by Rev. .J. Duke King and Dr. Francis E. Clark as given Friday afternoon. George B. Busk gave an interesting account of the closing Which Costs More? To Have Insurance and Not Need It To Need Insurance and Not Have It Geo. M. Clay General Insurance Agency Bank Block Brattleboro, Vt. I'nderwood, W. II. Newton and W. B. Park. Those present from out of town were his brother. W. 1. Eager of New i York. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. ltawson and Brown, w ho is sent out by Community jn' the family lot in the village cemeterv Service, Inc.. of New ork. At the close Tho benrors v ,re c- G. Brown, F. W 01 nis auorr.NN ue gave a siurj 01 mr hands, also a Punch and Judy show, and led in a familiar old song in which all joined, making the hall ring. The assistant community worker was : wbster Melendv of South Ixmdonderry, Miss Helene Moore of Newton, Mass , Mr aml Mrs K M Whitney 0f Brattle- iiw u ivmurr ill xraiiif injru iuku mijuui, l)trO who to)k charge of the games and aroused A ' n,eeting f)f thp Christian Endeavor etunuHiaKin among uie oki and yoing. H0.ietv was Sundav evening when .ir. lirmvn iei in tne amusing stums, rf1X)rts of thp S4th convention of the after which a committee for community Vermont Y P S C E were given by service was appointed as follows: George ,f.fferont Newfane" members who attended 15. Bush Mrs Anna Aikee Pratt Mrs. the mpeting at brattleboro. Mrs. F. A. ijena ieur, urs. .iary .uaucr anu nrs. Edith Far num. Established 1872 "THE IDEAL SERVICE" With Perfect Equipment at Bond's Mortuary Home Professional and Selected Morticians and Funeral Directors CHAPEL Aato Service Skilled Assistants Tel. 2--V. 204-K. 157 V. 736-W Brattleboro. Vermont BOND & SON PROFESSIONAL CARDS. i r.,ti i,!. . DR. E. L. TRACY, Physician and Surgeon, 214 . " Main St. Office hours: 8 to 9 a. in., 1 to 3 p. m., j blisses t aroiyil 7 to 8.30 p. ra. Tel. 256. I Jon-s liave been JTT Zttt- .ml Snrnuii . : f umls f,)r til? Y. Mrs. Sarah Brown has gone to Wil-1 j mingtou to spent the winter. ; ! Mr. and Mrs. George Heed of West , jTownshend were in town over Sunday, j J Mrs. Flora Head has returned from Bead, in Putney. Mrs. Polly Ballou is spending a few weeks at the home of her daughter, Mrs. A. N. Sherman, in Williamsville. Seth Arthur Pratt, who spent six ! weeks in Newfane, went Tuesday to his home in North Weymouth, Mass. - Mr. end Mrs. Bert Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Iiv Monr'w and sin, Carlton, motored to Springfield Sunday t visit friends. j George A. Gould of East Dover came ( to Newfane last week looking after the i interests of the Chase Nursery company. ; Mrs. Gertrude Crapo, who visited at . the home of her daughter, Mrs. Herbert' Brown in Putney, returned home Tues-! . day. ! ; Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Eddy of ' Biooinfield. Conn., announce the engage- ' ment of their daughter, Helen E., to Earl i H. Howe of Newfane. I !. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pierce and little Phyllis Smith, who spent a few days with ; .Mrs. V. I. Chase, returned Sunday to their home in South Londonderry. j ! Mrs. George Batcht lder of Easthamp I ton spent a few days in town lat week ; with her father. Frank Davis,, who is il , also at the home of Mr. and Mrs. II. J. SLOAN'S EASES PAIN RELIEVES THE A?HE TORMENTING, agonizing rheu matic aches are quickly relieved by Sloan's Liniment. Apply it freely and enjoy a comforting sense of warmth. I tpcr.ctralcs without rubbing. Good also for sciatica, lumbago, neuralgia, over-exerted muscles, stiff joints,x;.ternal aches and pains, back aches, strains and sprains. Don't let pain lay you up. Keef Sloan's Liniment handy and at the first sign cf an ache or pain, use it for it certainly does produce results. At all druggists 35c, 70c, $1.40. voted for the resolution in favor of dis armament and the convention songs were used and much enjoyed, especially the WILLIAMSY1LLE Mr. and ilrs. Ernest Goddard of Gard ner visited Airs. G. C. Cooley Sunday themselves of the opportunity was coin paratively small. H." will serve a hash supier Wednesday Vermont and Windham county songs. from o to i p. m. in the dining room at Union hall. 1 he proceeds will go to ward the debt incurred in the recent re pairs and enlargement of the dining room. .- Mrs. Mary F. Meeker of New Y'ork city, who spent her summer- vacation among the Catskills, has come to David son Maples to stay a few weeks. The friends she has made in Newfane during previous summer vacations are glad to welcome her again to Vermont. Durwood Mack underwent an opera tion Oct. 10 for the removal of adenoids and tonsils, Dr. E. II. Lynch comfng to the home of James Ritchie, where he lives, to perform the operation with two nurses in attendance. He is making a good recovery, but will not be able to at tend school yet. The funeral of B. C. Eager- was held Oct. 20 at 2 o'clock at the home of his brother. Ward H. Eager, Bev. F. B. Hyde officiating. The burial too,k place Mrs. G. C. Cooley ia visiting her grand son. C. K. Lewis, in East Northfield, Mass. - A. E. Hemphill of Charlestown. N. II., risi"'l his sii-ter, Mrs. A. L. Timsou, Sunday. i ' -? Next Sunday will be observed as Tem perance Sunday in the Methodist church. There will be recitations and special music. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Winchester re turned from their wedding trip Sunday. After spending a few days with her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Lewis, they went to Brattleboro, where they began housekeeping. A Hallo-ween social is being arranged by the young "people of the Methodist church in the vestry - Friday evening. Ghosts will be in attendance, all sorts of stunts will be put on and refreshnients will be served. Miss Belle Greenwood, who is having several days' vacation from her work in the Holstein-Friesian offices, is with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. II. E. John son. Wilbur Larlough of New Ijondon, - - i son. ii nuur v uriouK" oi i Mr. and Mrs. Dana Stratton of Spring- 1 Conn., is also visiting there. You' Can Learn More from a teapot test of H263 Than we can tell you in a page of advertisement TRY IT TO-DAY Read The Reformer Advertisements Today m sk vk w Vv w vgy m ss N SS S S W SS. ST w v v. T?a Just a Real Good Car We have been selected as Dis tributor in this 1 territory ipr mm 1 1 I'l" ! jtBlflftiMttmltiiW 1 mi : n n A XT Il-yde- and Margaret appointed to djllcct W. C., A.. New fa ne's The girls have made a 7. m Office tel.. 717-W. res., 717-R. g-.od beginning. !! Mr. and Mrs. Slay tori, who have been DR. G B. HUNTER. Office at residence VV est .j,; two VM,ks flt t,u, ,jov,,ea wt. KkTih Telephone 31S ' tage. the sumn-er home of Mrs. Slayton's 6.30 to 6 p. m. .telephone, .na. . !nn- rt.irnl St,,,.,i,,. t W. J. KAINE, M. D., Fhysician ana surgeon. m Manshcld, Alass. Wsidcnee. 75 Frost. St., 'phone, 429-R. "1 will tell you what to do if jour feet trouble you" DR. F. I. WILDER Maker of Featherweight Arch Supports Mads to Individual Impres&iaa. (Process Patented) Room 12, Cilery Cldg, Drattleboro Hours 9 to 12 a. mr, 2 to 5 p. ui. And by appointment. which crystallizes thirty-five years' experience, in an automobile at a very moderate price.' - - Built To To To To withstand more than the usual abuse,, operate with more -than the usual economy; - t be maintained with more than the usual ease, transport its passengers with more than the usual comfort.. C. R. ALDRICH, la. D. Hours: 12.30 to 2.30, 7 to 8. Office 'phone, 165-W; house, 103-K. X-ray work a specialty. G. R. AJfDERSOJT, Surgeon and Physician.! Surgery a specialty. Office and residence,; Brooks House, 128 Main St. Hours: After-j noons. 1.30 to 3. evenines. 7 to 8. except Tues-, days and Fridays. Sundays by appointment only. 'Phone 246. DR. GRACE W. BURNETT, Physician and Surgeon. Jlarket Black, Elliot St. Office - hours: P.30 to 9.30 a. m.; 1.30 to 2.30, and 7 to 8 p. m. Telephone 744-W. DRThT P. GREENE, Physician and Surgeon. n(f,rr R.itik hlnck. Hours: 1.30 to 3, and 7 to S p. m. Residence,, 83 Green St. Telephone j connection. Mornings, and Sundays by ap- j pointrcent only. i EDWARD R. LYITCH, M. D. Surgery a spe-: cialty. Office, Tark Building. Thone, 540.' Hours, 1 to 4 p. m.; 7 to 9 p. m. Residence,; Futney Road. Thone, 177. Sundays by ap- j pointme&t only. DR. "A. I.MILLEr7 Hooker block. Brattle boro. Office hours: 8 to 9, 1 to 2, 6.30 to 8. W. R. KOYES, K. D., PhysicUn and Snrgeoa, Eve, Ear, Nose and Throat. Glasses fitted. Hrs.! 9-12, 1.30-5. Wed. and Sat. Eve. Am. Bldg. I DR.HENRY TUCKER. " Residence,12 Grove ' St.; telephone, 258. Office, Leonard block. Hours:10 to 3, and 7 to 8. Telephone, 29jW. DR." H. t. "WATERMAN. Office, 117 Main St. ' Over Kuech's store. Hrs.: 1.30 3, 7-8. Tel. 42-W. H.'LAHET"M."1.7"h7' Main St. Honrs:; 1 to 3 and 7 to 8, except Sundays. Tel. 7S9-W. DR."C. GWHEELER, Osteopathic Physician,1 110 Barber Bldg. Office hours: 10 to 12 and 2 to 4. Treatment by appointment. Tel. 219-W. : HASKINS & SCHWENK, Attorney's'ind Conn- 1 Eellors at Law. Brattleboro, Vt. j DRr G. F. BARBER, DentlstT-Union block, Brattleboro. Come to the salesroom and learn more'about VV. C DURANTS culminating motor car. Complete details gladly given or sent onapplication.. - A. F. ROBERTS &CO: Features Simplicity and strength of constructioo. Accessibilitj of all parts to minimhe rnainte nance cast Rigidity of chassis frame the founds- tion of the car accomplished By the use of the "tubular backbone" (patest applied for), which prevents distor tion of frame and eliminares all rack, ing sod squeaking of body Motor designed by Durant engineers, ralve-in-head type, powerful and flex ible, embodying features not usually , ' found in engines of the combustkm -type. 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