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THE BttATTLEBOKO DAILY KEFOUMER. FRTD.VY, MATtCH
?. 1022. EVERY WOMAN IS REALLY A BUSINESS WOMAN I low Sanalt Enabled Mrs. Margaret Alix to Attend to Her Business Housekeeping A WOMAN'S HOME IS NOT ONLY II Kit, CASTLK. BUT IT IS ALSO 1 1 Kit BUSINESS. IN TIIM PAKT NLIISIHP BETWEEN HL'SBVNO AND WIFE, THE MAN OOES OUT TO HIS WORK, AND THE WOMAN STAYS HOME TO IXJ HERS. AND IF THEY ARH THE RICJHT SOItT OF PEOPLE. THEY ARE HAPPY IN THEIR WORK. AND ENHAPPY WHEN THEY ARE UNABLE TO DO IT. MRS. MARGARET AM X. OF 7S OLD POST ROAD, NORTH ATTLE BOItO, MASS., IS A FINE SPEOI MEN OF Till: HOME-KEEPER OF NEW I NOLAND, AND SO SHE WAS VERY UNHAPPY WHEN ILL HEALTH INTERFERED WITH HER HOME DUTIES. MRS. ALIX SAID: "I don't know jast why I mmmenoe l to run down. 1 guess it was bad weather, and also my stomach got in bad condition. 1 kept gelling steadily weaker, until I could not do my housework. My appe tite had left me. and what little I did eat. nothing seemed to do me any pood. I thought I would have to give up and o to bed, or po to a hospital, when my druggie supjjpstcl that 1 try Sanalt. ! "P.efore I had taken half a bottle, mv spjv-tite and digestion had i' n prove 1, an 1 at thf end of the first bottle I waj c. n Riderably stronger. I was told I looked loiter; that my eys trcra brighter, and my complexion clearer. "Instead of poinp to the hospital, ;is 1 hnd feare'd, I was sxn as well a ever Sanalt fully restored me. and I am sure kept me from having a Ion;; and sever" sick spell. "It certainly is n wonderful mfdirtn and I recommend it to all women who feel that (hey are bro'ren down generally." Sanalt may' be hal of liroreddvt druggists. are an essential factor in promoting healthful growth Scott's Emulsion is far richer in the fat soluble A vitamine 4v. S than cream. It dels Yf.') t growth builds health! AT ALL DRUG STORES FRICE, 51.20 and GOc Scott & Bowr.e, B!oomfiI J, N. J. ALSO MAKERS OF 8 I (Tablets or Granules) j IMDfGESTSON L Established 1872 iBonb $c Exclusive Undertaking Auto Service Tel. 264-W or 254-R Brattleboro, Vermont PROFESSIONAL CARDS. THOMAS RICE, M. D. American Building. Office hours: 1-3 and 7-8 p. m. DR. E. L. TRACY, Phytcin nd Surgeon. 214 Main St. .Office hourr: 8 to 9 . tn., 1 to 3 p. n-, 7 to 8.30 p. m. Tel. 256. DR. B. E. WHITE, PhyticUn and Surgeon. Barber Building, Roomj 205 and 206. Hour: 13 and 7-8 p. m. Office tel., 717-W, ret.. 717-R. DR. G. B HUNTER. Office at rid-nce, WeM Brattleboro. Hoars: 8 to 9 a. m.; 1 to 2, and 5J0 to 8 p. m. Telephone, 313. W. J. KAINE, M. D., Physician n4 Surgeon., Orfire. Rftohi -in, Ullery building. Houra: 8.30, to 9.10; 1.30 to 3.00; 7 to 8. Office 'phone. 4-V. I Residence, 75 t-rost, St.. 'phone, 4z-K. C. R. aTdBICH, M. D. Hour: 12.30 to 2.30. 7 to 8. Office 'pbone, J65-W; bouic, 165-R. X ray wurk a specialty. 0. R. ASDERSOK, Snrepon and Physician. Surgery a specialty. Office and residence, Prooks House, 123 Main St. Hours After noons, 1.30 to 3. evenings, 7 to 8, except Tues days and Fridays. Sundays by appointment only 'Vhone 2-to. DR. GRACE W. BURJIETT. PbyMcian and Surgeon. Market Block, Elliot St. Office hours: 8.30 to 9 JO a. m.; 1.30 to 2.30. and 7 to 8 p. m. Telephone 744-W. nRTlLPrCRENE, Physician and Sargeon. Otticc, Bank block. Hours: 1.30 to 3. hnd 7 to 8 p. m. Residence, 83 Green St. Teiepaone connection. Morning tnd Sundays by ap pointment only. E bWARDRTLYWCH, M. P. Surgery a spe ci.iUr. CKticr, I'atk Building. ""Pbone, 5-W. I lours, 1 to 4 p. m. ; to 9 p. n. Residence. Putney Road, 'l'hone, 177. Sundays by ap e'liniinent only. t RA71K I LLER, Hooker block, Brattlc b"ni. OOu e liours: 8 to 9. 1. to 2. 6. M) to 8. r. R. NOYES, M. D.rPhsjlcian and Surgeon, Kye, tar, Noe and Throat. Glasses fitted, firs. 9 12. Wed, and Sat. Eve. Am. Bldg. DR. HENRY TUCKER. Residence. 12 Groe St.; telephone. 2SH. Office, Leonard - block. Hours: 1.30 to 3, and 7 to 8. Telephone, 29-W. DR. H. L. WaItERMAJT. Office. 117 Main St. Over Kuech'r, store. Hrs.: 1.30-3, 7-8. Tel. 42-W. W. H. LANE, mTd.. 117 Main St. Hours: 1 to 3 and 7 to P. except Sundays. Tel. 785 VV. DR. C G. WHEELER, Osteopathic Physician, 110 liarher Bid. Office hours: 10 to 12 tied 2 to 4. Treatment by appointment. Tel. 219-W. HASKINS & SCnwEKK, Attorneys aad Cona cl'.ora at La Brattleboro, Vt. VrTgT FB AER7Iontiit Union block, tral t laixiro. FRANKe7"bARBR, Attorney at Law. Bar- ber Building. Brattleboro. O. B. HUGHES, Lawyer. 212 Barber Building. Telephon e 1106 W. BARROWS CO Wholesale and Retail Dealers in coal of all kind. Office, 37 Main St., Brattleboro. BOND & SON, ExdusiTtt Undertaking. Auto oiobile service. Telephone 264-W. rVITAMINESI rr-A fikj - Br.a T5 U 9 H is hvl : r -4 rs fi n PHONE 354-W IMoran & Rolide 0 Funeral Directors Automobile Equipment 57 MAIN STREET Brattleboro, Vermont NKWFAXE. Interesting School The special exercises Exercises, in the village school Feb. 24 were enjoyed by many ot the paicnts as weil as by the W. . T. U. White ribbon invitations, the work of the pupil, were sent out early and in response there was a good attendance both of men ami women. The W. C T. U. program, arranged by the teachers and okk r tiuh nt was instructive a well as entertaining.- I'n cediiijj tho. special program, reading by cdass.es inj the first and mh-iuhI grades demonstrated, the ''re.sults of newer methods of teaching, which makes intelligent .read-' crs of little folks. Singing of the lied. White and Rlue.j by the entire school was followed by a' bioraphh-al s-ketch f fiances Willani. bv taiiotta Nido, after which all joined' ih the White Ribbon rally sons. The. caiechism on (iood Citizenship was led by Elizabeth Maker and then came a calisthenic drill and aerostie exercise on the name " 1-"ranees Wihud." Trial of( dehn Marlej corn, an original play, also was eiven bv the older members of the school, which showed good talent in! composition and acting. A salute to the flag and the singing of America con-, eluded the program. I John M. Miller, a former resident of. New fane, assisted the teacher by presid-j ing at the organ and seemed to lie much at home with the young people, also spoke of the temperance work done in Ibirnell. X. V., where he lived until re cent I v. ' lied, white and blue festoons, ever green trimmings and blackboard decora tions showed the artistic work of teacher and student. On motion of (leorge Ik Rush a vote of thanks was extended to the school for their painstaking- ccorls Men IVesent .Program. In siite tf a stormv night there was a large attendance at the tirange meeting Wednesday evening, Feb. when gen- th-nien's night was observed. j The program o'eiied with ur.lsic by i the Kitchen Rand". F. A. DeWitt pre-' sented a paper entitled An Unworthy : F( at lire of Kc oint io'iary War History.' W. ( '. ISallo'i read an original jioem, in v!iit h he compared the ditl'erent tira nge members to tlenrge W ashingron, when it came to telling the truth. A farce.' The XcuTane School Roanl. was pre sented by Wilson Winche-ter. Rev. F. 1 lytic. A. II. larnum siud F. A. IV-. Witt. The male ipiartet, im-bidiiig Ifarry Howe. II. I. sliorne, Wiisou W ineiicter and. A. H. Fa in inn. rendered several selections. Dorr Allen read a humorous selection. I After the program numbered tickelsj for lunch were sold to the women and! thev. in their order, had their choice in I seh ct ing a partner, the men having ar-i ranged .themselves behind a sheet with onlv their masked were the surprises faces showing. Many when their partner was unmasked. j The judge decided that the program for gentlemen's night was the best, aud-p- committee- of- women was ap pointed to prepare a treat for the next mectiifg March 8. I Mi. Mabelle .m--ilen is aistin the "New bnlaml telephone ollice. The bailies' Abl soci-tV met in it li the secretary. Mr. (o-ore l-'oater. The crows are here. The first re ported '.cre seen Feb. '21 on Xewfane hill. Mrs. liert Sirith of Urookline .-pent tin- week-ci.il in the lioine of her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Klv. in .Jones. Mr. and Mr-. Martin Johnson ami son. Wells, of Wardsboro were Sunday visitor; at the M. O. ITowe nomestead Sunday. Miss Marion Wilson has (vuupleted the term of school she tauhU in Mail boro and is at home for a few weeks' vacation, t Mi-s l;-ori- Morse, who has been home on account of illness, was able Monday to resiinie her stiulies at Inland and (ircy seminary. j At the dose of the service next Sun day forenoon communion will bo followed by a reception to new members in the ( onreuat ional church. Mr-. J. M. Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Houghton and son. John blither of binnmerstoti were guest Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. It. II. Khoades. Mr. and Mrs. Ilarrv t ain-n of West Townshend spent Saturday and Sunday; in Newfane visitimr in the home of their aunt. Mr-. Alice llobinson. Durin-r the last few days Mrs. Mar- jrarct Wilcox has Im-cd at the .'oiiiity House carintr for Mrs. ,. K. Whi!eomb, who is boarding there, and is ill, threat ened with inlluenza. Mrs. Josephine Howe, who has been at the home of le-r sou-iu-aw, J. If. I iiderwood, several months, w-nt. .ba-l dav to board for the present at Fred I l'obinson's oa South Main street. j Harry F. Howard came from L"ouin- tcr, Mass.. );i-t week to i-it friends in Hrattleloro and Wardsboro and spent, Monday in New fane at I'avidson Ma-i ph-s, calling also on ollnr friends in' tow n. Mrs. l'.dith 1'ariiuui. who caiuo bom f'T t l.e week-end. w as able to return Monday to Hrookliue. although vuirerin from a hard cold, to linish the last week: fit' -fltoftl fbi ti-ii in 1 li. vfiii4l l?ml' S'.hoolliouse. The Christian Fmhavor society re cently sent a box containing lioks. panics and pictures, also a new pencil! sharpner, to the l!io (Grande ludusrtialj school in New Mexico. Most of tin' I articles were coiit r.lnit cd by members of the society. Mrs. F. A. DeWitt attended the meet im; held in brattleboro last week when a V. W. A. district was formed. Mis-i (buy, the held secretary for Vermont was present and outlined the proposed plan of the state work. Mrs. M. '( . llow c has received news of t ho death of Ah'-atha Davidson in Seattle, Feb. It. lie married Laura I'cxlcr, who was born in Wardsboro Cen ter, daughter of Charles and IMiiima 'CAP" STL'P.HS AVJ CM ON' 33EEN VJPWTIN' HER FCK f HOUR rauw 1 DON'T 0 L tK't- NO CAR'5 EVER (Chapin) Dexter, and formerly lived in Springlield, Mass. . SOUTH LONDONDERRY. Mrs. Ida Wilder is working at George Smith's. E. X. Dorully is in Rurlington for treatment. Dr. l-Y.ote is again at doing dent.istry. Don Eddy is assisting third at the engine house. Mrs. Hugh E. Wilder Riverside Inn. . .. . , , ' Clarence t.od'-j is visit big her I'ioree." grandmother, Mrs. Mary Minnie Tyler is , iruprovilig, but not et able to be up and around much.. William--Anderson- is again able to run ai conductor on the West River line. Charles I'earson is ill with grip, in fact marly everyone seems to have the tfouhle. j - Mrs. Lyle Hunt is visiting her sister, Mrs. Victor styles, ami her mother in Rutland. , Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Bryant of Peru are visiting their cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Ih wey 'limit. , Mrs. Eno i- -under the doctor's care at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Hope ia Springfield, Mass. Mrs. Wood lias returned to her work at II ezron Smith's after siending" her vacation in Pownsiumd at tier home II. t!. Alexander and son attend- a re ing the automobile show in Sprin Mass. Thev returned Thursday ni: 1,'tiehl, dit. Another sign of spring: Martha Smith lias returned from Brattleboro, where she spent the winter with her daughter. The Ladies' Aid society will meet Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Alice I'arkcr instead of Mrs. Warren lleald as reported previously. Mrs. Rila l'erkins is working at. Webster Melendy "s in the absence of Mrs. Frank Melendy, who is visiting her daughter in Svv ampscott. Mass. Miss Amy Johnson, who is taking the teachers' training course in Brattleboro, i home on a week's vacation, l'auline Johnson was home over Sunday. i He wey. Hunt's black horse, Tom, cut' his foot badly while working in the woods Tuesday. Two arteries were cut and a large chunk .f llesh was torn out. It will ut be able 'to woi k for some time. j There will be a covenant meeting Sat-' unlay at 'J.'iu p. m. in the vestry of the church. All who are to unite with our churches at Faster time are expected to be present. Ne.t Sunday morning is col: niuniou st-rvice. KAST ri'TNKY. ments of celYee and sandw ii hcs. A pleasant eveniiiir was spent. Si th Fllis and I; id Houghton sj.eet the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. -Nelson New comb. Those reported ill this week are Sid ney IJailcy. Fred C'odfrev. Mi-s F.dith C.rcene. Mrs. Fred Leach. Sxbil lolis, S. I . '1 homas. . Miss Jlarrieite Davis, the No. 8 tca her. has gone to her home, on ac count of illness and the school is closed for three weeks. Mi-s Fvclyn 1 'helps in Leominster. Ma-s., has found wOrk and is staying in J. Kevnolds, for- the home of Mrs. K inerly At of Fast Putney. the meeting rot the Community club San:rday evening at 1 n rcc s liall-. tin attendance was singing a nil dancing large, t oniniunity were e'ljoved ainl the committee in char; if which Mrs. Mr.ii-dn was chairman, served refrcsh- M's. Thomas Fa;:an aad daughter. Doiotii.c, who have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. William Collins, left Saturday for their home in New Ihiveu. Conn. Mi's. Collins, went with (hem a lid "ex pects to spend a lew weeks with lnemls there. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Vaine ami family entertained a party of friends at their home Tuesday evening. Dancing was enjoyed with iftiisic by Fred Vaine, vio lin. llefiTshments of cake, colfee and ice-cream were served. All report a very njovahle evening. rrrxKY. of I'unkin Crick, West Prattlel.oio hall Thursday i Aaron slick resented by in the town will be player veiling. March toward 1 he proceei Is will be used sta iv equipment. I.:l.e Victor;.! i n Africa, one sh water ot iii the the I largest bodies of fr world. is almost exactly circular. SPARE THE RINSING AND SPOIL THE CLOTHES No matter how carefully yon have washed your clothes, if you have not rinsed every bit of soap out, they will still be yellow. Use a roap that dissolves completely and there is less danger of par ticles sticking to the clothes to yellow them. Rinso is an entirely new kind of soap that dissolves instantly, making both water and clothes slippery with its pure, rich suds. It soaks all the dirt out of the clothes so that no hard rubbing is needed to get them spotlessly clean. ' Rinso is easier to rinse out than a soap with solid particles to stick to the fabric. Hut because the rich Rinso suds loosen every bit of dirt, very thorough rinsing is necessary to carry off the dirt. Rinso is rapidly replacing bar soap for the family wash. VJAlV. -THERE! - NEVER SE THER'c T COntS WOt i L.U6T NOVO WOUND TrVCOiTNER! AW GWE Lt S-OIM TOWX2SHEND. Merrill Sparks is ;ii.niuit ined at hoimi with scarlet fever. E. S. Wheeler of Rratthboro is at A D. Meat-ham's this week. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Folic It and V. II. Lawrence are recovering fiom grip. j Miss Thebna I'ike of RralUeboro was' fa gnet ot .Miss IJoise (.uninungs over fc-itiulay. I Irs jnvis A'lko of Rrattleboro -s-pent 'the wt-elv-eml at me nome oi tier latncr Herbert Iktrln r. . ,v. j;. Sn.der and son. Wilbur ren ling urn seriously in. .uis. Lpton is aid in caring for them. 1'rtif. 1). tb Smylho is expected home Saturday for a week's vacation from; his school at Hartford, Conn. j The village schools, combined for a short Washington's birthday program the afternoon of February 21. I Miss Emma liushnell is helping in the, home of Mrs. (). W. Follett, who has been confined to her lx-d w ith grip. t Mr. and Mrs. It org; W. Rriggs of Wardsboro visited ;t t the home of their niece. .Mrs. II. T. Waite, over Sunday. I Mrs. Henry (Jilfeather of Rrattleboro Was called here last week by the serious illness of her sister. Mrs. W. (). Davis, j Many exciting discussions are being held as town meeting day approaches,! over the town s total indeltcdne.-s which is considered to b. assuming some what alarming proportions A meeting of the -Dorcas Guild was held Wednesday. A hot dinner was' served the members at noon bv the hostesses, Mrs. F. L. Osgood, Mrs. E. E. Knapp and Mrs. Mattie Turner. ' j J. S. Squires and Miss Florence liurd, I both of Towiishciid, were married at r.ellovvs Falls Wednesday. Mr.1 1 Squires is manager of a nidi saw ing last blocks in the north end of the! town. He came here from Athol. Mas-., I .and has heen living at the t-rey place, i.- -. t . - t 11" x- I .mi s. . i iii res, vv nose nome is in oaiirey, II., has been his housekeeper. Both have made many fri-mos in town, who offer congratulations to 'Am couple. On Friday and Saturday l'ebruray 'i and Is', the boy's basketball teams played fharh-stovv ii and Walpole, re spc t i vel.v. At Charlestowu the score was P") to 2 in favor of t he t '!i,i rlest ovv n Ixrys. Put at Walpole the seminary boys had their lighting blood up and won by a score of -J to 17. The game with Wal pole, which was scheduled to be played here tin Man It :!. is forfeited by that learn b;iiisc- of illness among tin plaveis. 'i he .".! emph.vcs . f ('. R. Willard's nou, won im-ir v..es, nusiianiis or es pecial friends, were invited to Mr. and Mrs. Willard's plea-ant homo Wednes day evening, where thev Were delight fully entertained. A short program was given, iiifiudiuir iiiu-ic ami charades. Lc f leshnicnt s of ice-cream and cake were served and the even in:' closed with all joininr in the obi fa-hioned N'iruinia ri-eb The entire evening closed w it It an - .11 .1 ' ,1 I example of the friendly interest which Willard continually shows toward men and women in his employ. Mr. the At the meeting of West Jjiver (irange Tuesday evening au excellent paper was read by Mrs. D. C. Sm.vlhe on, Cirl-' Club-. Their Objects. Method- and l!e- ' siills. alo a paper by Mrs. .f. IT. Smvthe on t lie vvoik ot the V. W. C. Jcus-ion on the value of siicb . A dis - bibs fob lined. .Mr-. )-.. (.. Ktn'no gave an liitt-r-i sing paper on The Pelation of the Parents and Teacher, ami Prof. J. H. Wright gave a talk on the same suitjcct. Iioth emphasizing I he need of clo-cr co- oei at mil between the two. A piano dm t b Mis. F. L. (--o,l ami Mr-. 15. II. Phillips completed lb.' program. - e ; Psrtevermij j If energy and f crr?cvr.r.c( has nny j th:n to (b with success.. c believe Miss Mi kie will some day b n p;reat Ringer. S'.e sings both with and with out anyon listening to her, and when accompanied by ot her- voices, she sings fast amr ger through, then conies back and helps others over the rough places. Arkansaw Thomas Cat; jTen estbons YOU NEED IS 1 mm CBS TIRES i-i-" t. They are as bi,-j as cords. 2. They are better than cordt. 3. They are inexpensive selling at standard fabric prices. 4. They arc guaranteed for 10,000 miles against stone bruise, rim cut and blowout. 5. There is greater holding power between the layers cf fabric. ' G. They resist oxidation on the dealer's shelf and on the spare rim. 7. There are no blisters, buckles, bulges, strained places or misplaced bead wires. Ts Internal Hydraulic expansion practically eliminates hidden defects which cause blowouts. 8. Fabric is waterproof the Toron treatment resists the action cf water. 9. Fabric layers have greater tensile strength. . 10. Hydro-Toron tires wear only on tha outside. Internal Hydraulic Expansion Process is a big step in advance of the old iron core process, with crushing pressure from the ovtside. Hydro-Toron tires are expanded into shape from within, producing a smooth, flawless, evenly built tire. Toron (no-rot) Fabric insures absolute protection against rotting by water action. Toron has nr affinity for rubber, causing the fabric o absorb 10 percent mora rubber thsn fabric not Toron-trcated. . Let Us Demonstrate Them To You G. A. DeWitt, Tel. 231-Y . Thw'.s a Uiiiit MPTENt! rAANV'i "TH" MAN YWs OrPuRTUNIl ' "MtN WU7. H3T tOntH' ICHJND TH , COHMEH UKrH THlb CAR, rfift 'CUZ- HE GOT XHSCOURAOED?r TOO bOON'. Jw TO VOU : -3 JJT (JLTUrOKl). t I'erley Ryd;r of Marlboro is working for .Lib n K. Gale. Dorothy Lyman of Greenfield Is visit ing her aunt, Mrs. Minnie Raker. A. F. Benson, who has been confined to his bed several weeks, is not a,s well. Miss Helen Miller was at her home last week from Tuesday to Thursday from MiddlcRury coRege. The Gluistian Rmleavor topic for March is. Better Bible Reading. John Ik Gale will be the leader. Forrest .Gallup, who was ;it h-mie from the University of Vermont last week, visited his sister, Mrs. Clarence Shaw, last Wednesday. The sudden d.'UtU of Whittemore was a great" this part of the town. Mrs. Minni" dmck to nil in It is not too much to sav that eve i one feels it to be a personal loss. There are several victims of grip in the village. Mail Carrier Johnson's family are all iil and Miss Faith Fair hanks is caring for them. Mr. and Mrs. Fay Jacobs are both recovering from severe attacks. Th entertainment and box supper at the schoolhouse Y"ashingtons birthday pnnivci'sarv was a success in nil ways. The school realized about SIS. which was ample to finish paving for the Son- ora. and some new . ret-jrds will be bought. There will lie a food demonstration nt Xo. ,T schoolhouse Thursday afternoon. March t, at - o'clock. A state food demonstrator will le present prepared to answer questions, give advice and ll 'ustrate modern ways of e;okihg. It is halted that a gi-odly number of women will attend. About 12. friends gathered nt the home tf Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Squires last Friday evening to celebrate the litst birthday anniversary of their son. j I'ci ley 1 A C-ongratulations were offered, young man was presented a and the pnrse of -S I Rofrcsluitcnts of ice cream ami eaue were serveu ami (lancurg was enjoyed until the small hours of the morning to nufsie by Jillsou's orchestra. GUILFORD I'ENTh'i: . high school pupils are at home The for a weeks vacation "Mrs. Mcrton Clark went to the Me morial hospital last week for medical treatment. J. JL Thayer's family ;ir it of ipiarautine from their recent illness with scarlet fever. The women of (he T'ni vers-albt church will si-rv dinner in (licit: rooms town me-ling day, Tuesday, March 7. There will hi- a sutrnr supper and at will the j dance Friil i.v night. March 1l, ,!range hall. Snow's orche-t ; a furnish music. i There will be :i card parlv ' HIrang!" victroln fund at N. H. Ilrury's "Wediiesd.-iy night. March S. The women arc rei nested to carry cake, recent ion will be held for Mr. and A Mrs. Clarence Shaw Friday night nt range hall. Kvcryliody is invited and the women a re disked to carry cake. Mi-s I'sjher P.inTinghani of Spring tield snout (he week-end with her sis- !'r. yiiss yiii.ireM r.uMingliam. at the I nome ot their aunt, .Mrs. Arthur lcaw. Miss Amy Ocrdon. who has been vis. iting at her" liomc in Newton Highlands. Mass.. returned Tuesday. Ib-r sister. Mi-s Florence Ogden. w ho kept house for her. returned home Saturday. Mrs. L. K. .Taipoth. who vent to Sprii'.t-:ield two weeks ag- for au oper ate;:! on her eye, is gaining and expects to come hoce the bi-.r of the week. Her -j-rhmglrtT.- Mis-- Nora' Jaipueth, --is with her. - ski-: KATCIIA-KOO The Wlieel Club Slwiw iNIarch 7 and 8 (o AU Virtues THAT- AN"T OUR CAR! THAT '5 A vhrVLE STREET C AH Why Mk roii mm mm LASHER GUTS 2, V!kRS. rie;:ds Guilty ta A'.tatKiug Three V.'o'nen at reujjhheonsie. I' UGH1REI'SIR. X. V.. March X Charles Lasher. 27. who pleaded guilty to having attempted to rttack three women, one f theei an fssistant professor jit 'assar college, was sen tenced yesterday by Supreme Court Jus tice Moi-sclinuser to an aggregate of '2 years in Sing Sing prison. On the in dictment charging him with attempting to atteck Miss Anna KitehpU of Yassar be was sentenced to It) years: on the charge of attempting to attack Miss An toinette ixnox. iMgn scnooi readier, ne was given from live to 10 Jtars; for the attempted attack on Mrs. Anna Wilkin son lie got 10 years.' For Colds, Grip or Influenza and as a Preventive, take Laxative BROMO QUININE Tablets. The genu ine bears the signature of E. W. Grove. (Be Mire jou get BROMO.) ilOc. Advertisement. Pratt & Lambert Effecto Auto Finishes , Paint your own car with the original Auto Enamel and it will look like new. Beautiful colors to se lect from, easily put on and an enamel finish for a little money. . See our display in our show windows. Come in and tret a color card. Effecto Top and Scat Dressing For Mohair ami Leather of all kinds. ' At Xlobbins & Cowles, Inc. Y '-Mm"y7 Dismiss Hotels from Your Mind Tour in absolute comfort. 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