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THE BRA TTLE13 OTC O DAI L I CKFOKMEIt. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 1G, 1921.
1. Seventy-Five iars of Service Serenty-fivo years ago people in New England were telling eath other by spoken words what a wonderful cough and cold remedy Cerizane was. Now the newspapers spread the news through advertisements. The same company has been making Cerizana all these years. Four generations of the Wilson family have prepared this fine medicine. Read what a Rhode Island man, Mr. Henry Walczak of 444 Mill treet, Central Falls, R. I., 6ays about Cerizane. '"I had taken a bad cold and It gave me a terrible sore throat 'and awful cough. I could not sleep and coughed nil the time. I took a medicine that helped the coujdi a little bit, but made ray stomach bad and put rue all out of condition. Then a friend, Mr. James O'Brien, of Central Falls, told ine to take Cerizane Balsam. I bought a bottle from my druggist and took it regular. When I com menced I was so hoarse that I could only whimper. I was weak from coughing and' was sick all over. Ceri zane took the dryness out of my throat right away. In a little while the cough commenced to get easier and my throat did not hurt so much. Cerizane did not make my stomach bad like the other medicines, but let me eat all right. Then the pain la my chest went away and before the first bottle of Cerizane was all gone I was well of the cold, the sore throat and the cough. Cerizane Balsam is surely the best cough and throat med icine." Ccr'Knii" i-; n!v:us to lie 1 n 1 of the fulk.v. ii'i; : I '.'irk 1 Maiir Store. Krartlelmiv. -I. V. Field, Ilin-Viule. Advertisement. BETTER POTATO CROP PREDICTED November Forecast Larger for Northern New England Apple Crop Very Light. WAKEFIELD, Mass., Nov. 3(5 A fur ther increase in the potato crop in north ern New h'ngland and the Eastern States was forecast yesterday by V. A. Sanders, crop statistician of the United States bureau of markets and crop estimates. The estimated yield in Maine was in creased from .J2.7(i,O.i0 bushels on Octo ber 1 to 37,h2,(HK on November 1. Yields in other parts of northern New England also sent, were set considerably alxne j earlier e-t irnatcs. ; In southern New England the yields i were reported slightly heiter than ex ! pi t ted. '1 he .Maine apple crop was re- ntivl to exceed slightly the October csiinnUe of (;-i5'!,ui Liirrels wit li the crop else whore in New England very Unlit. The cuality was reported yood and ex- eellei;. The tobacco crop of New England was said lo be the best of recent years aud ',' excellent ipiality aside from slight hail damage. Preliminary average yields for this state were estimated between .:")K( pounds and for Connecticut 1,-ifvi pounds. HINSDALE, N. II. NEAR-EAST STILL NEEDS RED CROSS F Which Costs More ? To Have Insurance and Not Need It ou To Need Insurance and Not Have It Geo. M. Clav mi General Insurance Agency Bank IJIock Brattleboro, Vt. A. Yanderlip Tells of Its Work for Thousands of Refugees in Constantinople. CONSTANTINOPLE. Nov. K Ameri cans should continue the humanitarian work in the Near East, said Frank A. Yunderlip. Xew York financier, when he visited this city in the course of an econ omic survey of Europe. Mr. Yanderlip said Americans had sijj nailv distinguished themselves in their work in behalf of t Ik- oOOh.,!) Kusian. Armenian, nu7 Turkish refugees who lied to Constantinople. He continued: "The American l!ed ('Toss has fnr n'slied these unfortunate refugees with ?'i.t;'i.iM;ti 1 1 . supplies and transportation. They have been the chief instrument in moving refugees to where they could have an economic life. Their work has just ceased. There are still tens of thousands of rei Utrees. There are .".NNt I utterly without means of support. ''Every American here feels ihe bed (Toss work should be continued for a short t ime tint il t hese remaining refugees fire able to seenre subsistence for themselves." Established IS 72 - "THE IDEAL SERVICE" With Perfect Equipment at Bond's Mortuary Home Professional and Selected Morticians aud Funeral Directors CHAPEL Auto Service Skilled Assistants Tel. 2fi l-V, 20 IK. 157 V. 736-W Itrattb horo. Vermont IiOM & SON NOKTHEIEI.I). MASS. At the I rrii ion Mrs the subjecr Maih'iina. l.e given bv k 1!. Til" 'ort nislit ly next M' nd.iy aft O. I,. Thompsiui w ill present I' Kiphael ami the Sitine The Philippine Problem will Airs. Wehster ami Mrs. llas- ,iu n :or ot WilC.I recks are cia! of Obristhm Erne .lohn P.ennett and superintendents, la the vcar Saturday :vor sor-ictr Miss Shar ed their first evening in ational church. served the slip- PROFESSIONAL. CARDS. DR. E. L. TRACY, Physician and Surgeon, 214 MainSt. (Jtiiee hours: 8 to 9 a. m., 1 to 3 p. m., 7 J2-MLplJP' TeI-j6- IR. B. E. WHITE, Physician and Surgeon. P.arber building, K-wms 2u5 and X6. Hours: 1-3 and 7 8 p. m. Office tel., 717-W, res., 717-R. B R7crBrHUNTER.OfF.ee at residcnceTWest Hr.ittlelmro. Hours: 8 to 9 a. ni. ; 1 to 2, and (UU to 8 p. m. Telephone, f!S. W. j.KAINE,M. D., Physician andSnrgeon. Office. Room 10. I'llerv buiJdinR. Hours: 8.30 to 9J0; 1.30 to 3.00; 7 t 8. Office 'phone, 429-W. Residence, 75 Frost, St., 'phone, 429-R. c. rTa l d r ic h7 m7 d7 i i rTT 1 2.30 to 2.30, 7 to 8. Office 'phone, 165-W; house, 165-R. X-ray work a specialty. G. R. ANDERSON, Surgeon and Physician. Surgery a specialty. Office and residence, brooks House, SS Main St. Hours: After T.oor.s, 2..hJ to 3. evenings, 7 to 8, except Tues days and Fridays. Sundays by appointment ouly. 'Phone 216. DR. GRACE W. "BURNETTrPhyirclTnTand Surgeon. Market Block, Elliot St. Office hours: i'JO to 9.30 a. m.; 1.30 to 2 JO, and 7 to 8 p. rn. Telephone 74-t-W. DR. H . P7c REE NE7"Physician and Surgeon. Office, Bank block. Hours: 1.30 -to 3, and 7 to E p. m. Residence, 83 Green St. Telephone connection. Mornings and Sundays by ap pointment only. EDWAED'e." LYNCH, M. I. Surpery a spe cialty. Office, I'ark Building. 'I'hone, 540. Hours, 1 to 4 p. m.; 7 to 9 p. m. Residence, Putney Road. 'I'hone, 177. Sundays by ap pointment only. DR. hiro the vestrv of the f-mitrc (The children solicited and ! per. tallies to! lowed. j Miss H,.len Ca'.dwe'l ami (I. Thenlore i I "a i ley ui I!ra!tlei.'l o. aeeunipanied by the b'i user's si ;ter. Miss Miriam ('a hi well of I Sirin;;iie:d. attended the Yale-Princeton ! f'Mitba'l game-at New Haven Saturday. Miss l!e!en ( 'aldwel! lemaine l a few days i:i Springfield with her sister. (n Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs. Pr nest Howard were uiven a serenade and surprise party in honor of their reciit marriage. About 7 quests were present. They were presented six silver knives, six silver forks, two siher tablespoons, a sil ver susr.'.r' s,ooii. a i-arvins; set. an alum inum roaster :) ni a pyrox pudding dish, ail from their neishlMirs, also a sum of money from the employes of Xorlhtiehl seminary, with whim he is associated. William Huber piesented the sifts and Mr. ll'iward rcpo-iiied. fake, cocoa :tnd sandwiches were seived. Mr. and Mrs. H w:iid will live ut the Witte house this winter. Church Fair Today and Tomorrow. The annual fair by the ladies' society of the First Congrcf ational church will be held in the town hall Wednesdav and Thursday evening, Nov. 10 and 17. A chicken-pie supper will be served at ti o'clock tonight. Following the supper an entertainment, The Toys' Frolic, will be given by the following cast of characters: Grace, toyinaker'.s daughter, Uutli Colton ; Fairy, Priscilla Far; iioor little girl, Leona Packard; Ked Cross doll, Until Delf ; toy home guard, .lames Davenport ; Indian dlls, Lillian White and Ella Barrett; sailor doll, Fred Paruaby; French dolls, Sylvia Fletcher, t'orinne Stewart ; jump-ing-jacks, Harry May, John Punnett ; books, Lois Packard. Sarah Godfrey ; rag dolls, Lillian Stanclift and Helen Pray inan : Peter Itabbits, Eugene Stanclfft and liobert Duggan ; waltzing tops, Villa lfowe ami Florence Duggan ; baby dolls, Patricia Moyer, Edna Ponnett ; Aunt DinaliS, Elizabethlenkins, Mildred Stew art; jucks-in-the-box, Henry Stewart, (Jeorge Itarnaby ; old-fashioned dolls. Max ine Lock wood. Marjorie Fay, Vcrna Packard and Dnda Godfrey; talking doll, Barbara (lariield; ('harlie Chaplin, Earl Godfrey: Scotch dolls, .Irene Robertson, Rose .leffords and Rose Golden; walking doll, Mary Carey; Dutch doll, Elizabeth Stearns; Japanese doljs, Eleanr.r Jeffords, Helen Walker, Pauline Walker, Dorothy Stanclift and Rose Field: bride, Miriam Taylor; bridegroom. Holland O'Neal; llower girl, Ardis Taylor; minister, Er nest Gillis. Booths are arranged about the l.all and are artistically trimmed with laurel and pine loughs. The mystery booth is in charge of Mrs.. Ralph White and Mrs. Harold S. Garfield; fancy articles, Mrs. II. L. Brown. Mrs. Francis Strick land and Mrs. Ernest Adams; domestic booth. Mrs. ('. E. Wellington. Mrs. Da vid Bell and Mrs. Oliver Hale; handker chiefs and cards. Miss Elsie Growninshield and Miss Doris Wellington; llowers, Mrs. II. II. Rice. Mrs. "W. E. Watson and Mr. I'd Sajiderson ; Wool worth booth, Miss Mabel Pike. Miss Ruth Browning. Miss Mildred Booth : candy. Miss Kva C Rob ertson, Mrs. L. N. Stearns: canned goods, Mr. and Mrs. Ezra B. Pike; puncorn, Mr. and Mrs. William McLaren ; lemon ade. Mrs. W. M. Booth. Mrs. G. E. Mover; ice-cream, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P.e'l. All committees are under the super vision of Mrs. W. E. Fay. The decorat ing committee consists of Mrs. Clarence O'Xea!. Mrs. Ernest Adams and Mrs. Dwicht D. Ilolton: entertainment. W. G. Booth and Mrs. J. II. Sargent: supper. Mrs.' G. M. Wright and Mrs. diaries A. Fletcher, with Harold S. Garfield in charge of the bulletins. A roast turkey hiht will be served Thursday night. The booths will be con tinued Thursday night and the local p'ayers will present the three act comedy. The Te:is,.r. with the following cast: Elliee Flemyng. Mrs. Helen White: Ar nold Hayes. !;:1y L. Fletcher; Mrs. Marion I'lennng. Miss Margaret .!. Vearingti-n ; Dr. Thonpe. R. L. II iwe ; Dntsiila Todd. Miss I ,ra C. Sprague ; I'raliah lliggins. Dwight D. Ilolton; Ehenezer Randall. George X. Uitheor. Speoialt ies will be introiucel between the acts. about the hall. On each table were articles donated by people, who lived on that street. About S o'clock an entertainment was given, including selections by an orches tra: solos, Mrs. R. B. White and R. L. Howe; reading. Paul II. Mann; vocal se lections. Miss Elizabeth Bruce and Mrs. L. J. Deane. After the entertainment dancing was enjoyed until 1 o'clock, with music by Snow s orchestra ot six pieces. Frank Masou of Boston was in to"vvn recently. W. F. Robertson has beeu in New York several days. C. F. Bruce of Greenfield, Mass., was a visitor in town Saturday. Mrs. Anna Tilden has been spending a few days in Bridgeport, Conn. Miss Elizabeth Kimball, who has been ill with geriiian measles, is out again. Clarence B. O'Neil has leen entertain ing his aunt, Mrs. Abbie Kane of Brattle Loro, a few days. Miss Lillian Myers of Florence, Mass., visited at her home here from Thursday to Sunday. Joseph Iligginson and family of An dover, Mass., who visited relatives here, have returned to their home. Dr. Edmund Lachaine, a member of the board of health, has completed his medi cal examination in the local schools. The aim cf the rainbow reading circle is to encourage the reading of good books and more intimate acquaintance with the treasures of the library. It is not too late to join the circle. Mrs. Abbie Stoddard, a former resident of this town who has been in the Invalids' home at Keene several months, has re turned here and is living at the home of Mrs. Drusilla Wright. Fnion Thanksgiving services will be held in the First Congregational church Sunday evening. Nov. i!0. at 7 o'clock. Rev. Edwin P. Wood, pastor of the Fni verralist church in Brattlcboro, will de liver the sermon. The W. C. T. l held a meeting in the Methodist chiM'ch recently. Mrs. Ada M. Wright of Keene, president of the Cheshire County W. C. T. P., gave an instructive address on Tcni)erance Work. After the meeting refreshments were served. Ed Bergeron, who has had a shoe re pairing shop in the basement of the Moni tor Theatre building several years, moved his equipment Saturday to the vacant store in the Stebbins block which was at one time occupied by Mann's pharmacy. Miss 'Mary J. Barron, R. N., of New Haven, Coim., has been secured "ns the local Red Cross nurse to -succeed Mrs. Bernard 45. O'Connor, who resigned Aug. Pi. Miss Barron trained in Elm City hospital in New Haven and for the past sx years has done private, industrial nod public health work in Connecticut ami New York. She is rooming at II. I. Strceter's for the present. Not in Weather Bureau's Sphere. The science of the weather and the atmosphere Is called meteorology, and has very little to do with astronomy. Yet the public almost invariably con fuses meteorologists with astronomers aud culls upon the weather bureau for Information about comets, sunspots, eclipses and the calendar. JAMAICA. George Wateroff of Boston is at the home of his ta.hei-in-Iaw, Charles Allen. Mr. and Mrs. Alden Torrey and mother, Mrs. Torrey, and Annie Torrey have moved to Wardsboro. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Howe and Fred Howe of Brattleboro have been visitors at Leon Torrey's a few days. Mrs. Padre and daughter of Northamp ton were recent guests at the home of her sister, Mrs. A. B. Starks. Charles Cooley and Benjamin Akley of Brattleboro have been boarding at Wal lace Crowninshield's a few days. Look Younger Care-worn. nerve-exhausted women ueed Bitro-Pliosphate, a pure organic phosphate dispensed by the Brattleboro Drug Company that New York and Paria physicians prescribe to increase weight and strength and to revive youthful look and feelings. Advertisement. FRANK A. SNOW Violin Teacher Call TeL 7-M 10 Putney Road When a Woman's Mean. "The meanest woman in England," testified a woman complainant. Is a former friend who secretly photo graphed her while she was wearing a new gown of original design and then bad a copy made. YOUR REASON assures you that there is no substitute for t Scott's Emulsion i An old saying, but nonethe less true: A bottle ot Scott's Emulsion taken in time, helps . Scott H Bowne, Bl .mjLw j i iimMiMumwMMWUMimumiwiiiiwMiiiiiiittui 7 INTEREST ON $10 PAYMENTS Systematic saving is the best way to build up a fund, the fntotne from which will safeguard your future comfort aud happiness. A small amount, constantly added to, will develop into a substantial sum in a surprisingly sboit time. We know cf no better or more profitable way to save money than by our Partial-Payment-Plan. See what $10.00 a month invested in Paitial Payment Receipts, Deanng per cent interest tour present rate;, win a 1st Payment SlO.tx). 2nd Payment $10.00. 3rd Payment $10.00. 4th Payment $10.00. 5th Payment $10.00. 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Hundreds have already taken advantage of our Parrial-Payment-Plan and are now proud bond owners, besides receiving interest in full, from date s g of payment to date of settlement, on every payment. By our Plan yea can g ' invest $10.00 or mord whenever convenient. There are ao strings attache to it no interest to pay no fines no obligations whatever. If yon are aot i acquainted with it, come in today and let us explain. No trouble at alL j ' Vermont Loan & Trust Company 1 I F. II. PUTNAM, Sales Manager. BRATTLEBORO, VERMONT 1 ''iiiniiiuHiiMivtwmm B B B B D B B B B B B BBBBBBBBBBBB B B B B B B BBBBBBBB BBBBBBBBBB A. I. MILLER, Hooker block, Brattle Ottice hours: 8 to 9, J to 2. 6..W to 8. W. R. IIOYES, M. D., Physician and Surgeon, J"yc, Ear, Nose and Throat. Glasses iitted. Hrs. 9 12.J. X 5. VVed.arid Sat. Kve. Am. KSdg. BR. HENRY TUCKER. Residence, 12 Grove St.; telephone. Office, Leonard block. Hours: 1.30 to 3, and 7 to 8. Telephone. 23-V. DR. H. lTwATERMAN. Office. 117 Main St. Over Kuech's store. Hrs.: 1.30-3. 7-8. Tel. 43-V. W. H. LANe7M. D., 1!7 Main St. Hours: 1 to3 id7 to 8, exceptSundays. Tel. 789-W. DR. C. G. WHEELER, Osteopathic Physician, 110 Barber Bldg. Oflke hours: 13 to 12 and 2 t: 4. Treatment by appointment. Tel. 219-W. IIASKINS & SCHWENK, Attorneys ana Coun sellors at Law. Brattleboro, Vt. DR. G. F. BARBER, Dentist. Union block, Krattleboro. FRANK E. BARBER, Attorney at Law. Bar ber Building, Brattleboro. O. B. HUGHES, Lawyer. 212 Barber Building. Telephone H06-VV. ; BARROWS & CO., Wholesale and Retail Dealers in coals of all kinds. Office, 37 Main St., Brattleboro. BOND & SON, Exclusive Unlertaking. Auto mobile service. Telephone 264-W- M'.uml N'l-rnou Ntes. On Amiistiee il;iy Mr. Collins of tlie junior c'a spoke on the Washington confcroriee. X'xt Sup-lay IMward F. Jefferson. in.':st r of history lit the llotehkiss sehool of I.akt-ville. Conn., will lie the speaker. On Saturday evening on Alumni cup debate t lofc p'.aee between the I'ierian Lit erary society aiid tin- Hayward Agricul tural society. The animal meeting and church supper cceurred Monday. Hev. V. W. I'attison is tiie pastor of tlie Memorial chap-l and pleaches there one Sunday each month. The foli owint; is the 1 lj a nk s i v i n day prof-rain : Service in the chapel at 11 o'c'ock, a! which Uev. J. Kast Harrison will preach: dinner at West hall at 1 p. in ; concert at the chapel at 7 o'clock, fol lowed Ly a re-ei,t ion ;lt Ford cottage, given by Dr. and Mrs. Cutler to former students and faculty. WEST DOVER Miss Uuth Crafis of Wilmington is a finest of Mis. (). Ho-le. It snowed a little nearly every day last week but only two niches of snow has ac cumulated as yet. Mrs. Cimtiin Fp'ou was a guest of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Holland in East Dover, a few days last week. Mr. and Mis. William Harris and Eeon K:.gl( were in lirattlcboru one day last week to attend the funeral of their uncle, Edward P.ogle. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Jones returned home Saturday from a few days' visit with her parents. Air. and Mrs. W. D. Howe, in East Dover. E. J. Grout is moy-in? from his farm to the I lill farm. The Lanes, who have been livi'isi on the Hill place, are moving to the Vietor Olson place. Death if W. S. ('anient er. William Smith Carpenter. "(J, f,r (,, Iat two and n half rears a resident of this town, died in the home of James Godfrey on the F.ratt ! lvr t road Friday noon. Deal!: resulted from br-inehial pn-nmonia with which lie had been ill two eeks. Horn in Danville. Vt.. June lxi;.". he was one of three children ,f AInM and Mnrv Carpenter. He spent practically ;;II his life in Danville until he camv f t this town. Since coming here he hail assisted in carrying on the Streeter place. Thirty years a. he married Miss Avis KiehaiiKon of Woh-ott. Vt.. now the wife of James Gudft-.'v. Three children were born to them: Mrs. William A. F.unk'er of P.eruick. Me.. Mrs. Fred L. Hunker of r.r.ittieh ,.ro. and Clifron Ellas Carpen ter f this town. He also leaves one brother. Clinton II. Carpenter cf Wolcot t, Vt.. and six grandchildren. Mi'. Carpenter was a nii-fiiher of the Methodist church of this town. The funeral was held in the Methodist church Monday afternoon. Uev. Mr. Lane 'f Xorthlield. Mass.. oflieiating. Airs. C. H. II. Lamrille and Mr. and Mrs. Lane sang Meet Me in the Morning ami Gates Ajar. The bodv was taken to Wolcot t, where the burial took place in Fairmont cemetery. It was accompanied bv his brother, Clii ton II. Cn rueiiter miwI i.i liur relatives. Miss Margaret FroNt of Urtit tieboro at tended tlie funeral. Lesion Observance of Armistice. The entertainment and dance given under the auspices of the American Le gion post. No. 4... in the town hall Friday evening -was weil attended. A supper, consisting of baked fish, mashed potatoes, salads, pickles, cake. pie. hot rolls and coftee. was served in the dining room at o.".'!(( o'clock. Following the supper a street parade was held, various tables reiiresentin .li ferent streets of the town being arranged ! Fo r Tired Feet mm ' Product " BAUME BENGUE Relieves Psin feep a Tube Handit B G3 m bud D D B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B E B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B a a B B a bbdrhbub You Live in a Business World You Should Know the News of Business Yes, everyone. You may think you have nothing to do with business, but you are mistaken. Every time you buy food for your table, or a necktie, or a gallon of gasoline, or a book your life touches the circles of business. The more you know of business news the more you will get from life. The real news of business is contained in the advertise ments in your newspaper. Tbey are the messages of busi ness to you, telling of all the new and wonderful things created for your convenience or pleasure, of merchandise gathered from the four quar ters of the earth for your in spection. It is well worth while for you to keep abreast of this business news. Information is the basis of efficiency, in pro viding for the details of your home and your personal life, as in everything else. Read the advertisements regu larly. You will find them vastly interesting as well as informative. B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B a u a a B B B B B B B B B B B B B a B B B a B B BBBBBBBBBB BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB BMBBBBBB "CAP" STL'IiUS She Has Sometimes! Protected by George Matthew A damn Bj Edwina 'PHONE 354-W Moran &.RoIule Funeral Directors Automobile Equipment 57 MAIN STREET Brattleboro, Vermont 3 M- I - V'. I II, . , i . Li ur 1 r- mm IS i v v , -j ,,. v ?. iv 1 1. i I NEW UtT YOU (so i :crr: hum "MOU UK? 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