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THE BRATTLEBOHO DAILY REFORMER? FRIDAY, MAY 19; 192
Direct from tea garden to teapot m m TEJt' : .4- - Vlu:.v..' 'J sgstowaw 21 Your Help Is Essential Insurance is recognized as a great asset to automobile owners. The risk of driving a car without in surance protection is too great for the average car owner to assume. Yet insurance is not a magic wand nor an Aladdin's lamp; its cost and efficiency depend to a large degree on the co-operation of the people who buy it. H. E. Taylor & Son insurance yon can depend on" Erattleboro, Vt. WILMINGTON. Death of Forrest D. Atherton. Forrest D. Atherton, 41, died at his home last Friday after an illness of only a few days, although he had been in ill health from tubercular difficulties and brights disease some time. A kind, accommodating neighbor and respected citizen, he will be missed by i all who knew him, and much sympathy is felt for the bereaved family. Mr. Atherton was a son of John and Mary (Underwood) Atherton, and was born in "Whitinghain May - 30, 1SS1. Twenty-one years ago he married Flor ence Qujnn, who, with six children rang ing in age from 12 years to a little les9 than two years, survive. The children are Merton, Marjorie. Jessie, Phyllis, Louise and Hetty. He also leaves a half-brother, Eugene, of Northampton. Mass., a half-sister, Mrs. Eva Niles of Vallev, and five own brothers, Herbert i and Albert of Lebanon, N. II., Charles of "Wilmington, George of Whitingham i and Fred of Amherst, Mass. The funeral was held at the home j Sunday, Ilev. F. M. Bissell officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cheney sang three selections. There were a large number of floral tributes. A large number of friends and neighbors, all the brothers, except Herbert, i with their families, at tended the funeral services. The burial took place in the Cutting cemetery. Mothers' Day Observed. At the Memorial hall union services in honor of Mothers' day were held Sun day at 10.45 a. m., the pastors of the three churches of the town each having a part in the service. Members of the three choirs also made up a choir for the occasion, Mrs. Ethel Strawser pre siding at the piano. Solos were rendered by Miss Griggs, teacher of the Dix school, and Mrs. Bremer of Boston. Ilev. N. A. Wood, in his sermon, paid loving tribute to mothers. Kev. F. M. Bissell spoke of the flowers which helped to form the beautiful decorations of the hall and which were sent as a tribute to the memorv of Miss Goldie Courte- inanche. who died about a year ago. The nroeossion of organizations attending in a UOtiy Was ItMi uy A iu.ua. jj. itaj, a. !.- eran of the Civil war. The American Legion, under whose auspices the union service was held, attended in a body, a3 did the S. O, V., S. O. V. auxiliary, American Legion auxiliary and Eastern Star. The session c Sunday school was held as usual. O. E. Butterfield was a business vis itor in Whitingham. Mr. Griggs, state automobile inspec tor, was in town Tuesday. Forrest Stone begun work in L. A, Brown's repair garage this week. Dr. and Mrs. Byron Howe and family Are Annuities Attractive? W"ho anticipates today the need of tomor row. Every deposit made on Endow ment Insurance is money saved far the possible rainy days of old age. Family protection all the while, too. Consult us. National Life Ins. Co., of Vt. (Mutual.) F. C. DINES, Special Agent Brattleboro, Vt. I JUff SON BRATTLEBORO . VT. muaands If Kidneys Ache or Bladder's Weak Take Roots and Herbs to Flush Kidneys and Wash Out Irritating Acids. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. THOXAS RICE, M. D. American Buildiag. OlTxe hours: 1-3 and 7-8 p. m. DR. E. L. TRACY, Physician nd Surgeoo, 214 Main St. Office hours: 8 to 9 a. m., 1 to 3 p. m., 7 to 8.30 p. m. Tel. 256. R. B. E. WHITE, Physician and Surgeon, Barber Building, Rooms 205 and 206. Hours: 1-3 and 7-8 p. m. Office tel.. 717-W. res.. 717-R. DR. G. B. HUNTER. Office at residence. West Brattleboro. Hours: 8 to 9 a. m., 1 to 2, and 6.30 to 8 p. m. Telephone, 318. W. J. KAINE, M. D., Physician and Surgeon. Office, Room 10, Ullery building. Hours: 8.30 to 9.30; 1.30 to 3.00; 7 to 8. Office 'phone 429-W. Residence, 55 Frost St., "phone, 429-R, If vour kidneys hurt or bladder both ers drink a lot of water and remember these weaknesses result from uric acid It is the duty of the kidneys to remove waste material from the system; if they become overworked and sluggish they fail in their efforts to filter and strain nil the waste poisons from your blood Practically all rheumatism, back ache, dizziness, constipation, sleeplessness and bladder weakness come from clogged kidneys. To have strong, healthy kidneys, ca nable of easily and normally iilterin; rom your blood iAR) grams or toxins Poisons) which they siiouiu cio every ours, von simniv musi Keep viieiu clean and active arid the acids neutral zed so that your kidney. and bladder oubles will be ended. Then you can forget you have a set of kidneys or bladder. Just a natural stimulant is necessary. Simply get a bottle of Dr rrev's PRESCRIPTION NO. 774 Tablets or Liquid) made from harmless roots, herbs and leaves and take right fter eating, lou will be aeiignteu wuu the results it will bring. All good drug- sts can supply you. Advertisement. The last drop in the bottle of Baker's anilla is as eood as the first one. And every drop is full strength, and as pure nd good as it is possible to mai.e it. Ask your grocer. Advertisement. C. R. ALDRICH, M. D. Hours: 12J0 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, 123 Main St. Hours: After noons, 1.30 to 3, evenings, 7 to 8, except Tues days and Fridays. Sundays by appointment only. I'hone 246. DR. GRACE W. BURNETT, Physician and Surgeon. Market Block, Elliot St. Office hours: 8.30 to 9.30 a. ni. ; 1.30 to 2-30, and 7 to 8 p. m. Telephone 744-W. DR. H. P. GREENE, Physician and Surgeon. Office, Bank block. Hours: 1.30 to 3, and 7 to 8 p. m. Residence, 83 Green St. Telephone connection. Mornings and Sundays by ap pointment only. EDWARD R, LYNCH, M. D. Surgery a spe cialty. Office, Park Building. 'Phone, 54a Hours: 1 to 4 p. m., 7 to 9 p. m. Residence, Putney Road. 'Phone, 177. Sundays by ap pointment only. DR. A. I. MILLER, Hooker block. Brattle tuo. Office hours: 8 to 9, 1 to 2, 6.30 to 8. W. R. BrOYES, M. D., Physician and Surgeon, Eye, Ear, IT-jse and Throat. Glasses fitted. Hrs 9-12, 1.30-5. Vit-i. and Sat. Eve. Am. Bldg. DR. HENRY TUCffER. Residence, 12 Grove St.: telephone, 258. Office, Leonard block. Hours: 1.30 to 3, and 7 to 8. Telephone, 29-W. DR. H. L. WATERMAN. Office. 117 Main St. Over Kuech's store. Hrs.: 1.30-3, 7-8. Tel. 42-W. W. H. LANE, M. D., 117 Main St. Hours: 1 to 3 and 7 to 8, except Sundays. Tel. 789-W. DR. C. G. WHEELER, Osteopathic Physician, 110 Barber Bldg. Office hours: 10 to 12 and 2 to 4. Ireatmef by appointment. Tel. 219-W, HASSINS & SCHWENK, Attorneys and Coun sellors ax uw. tsrartieboro. Vt. FRANK E. BARBER, Attorney at Law. Bar- per Dimaing, urattieooro. O. B. HUGHES, Lawyer. 212 Barber Building. BARROWS & CO., Wholesale and Retail ueaiers in coais cx aa xuds. Office, 37 Main cr., crattieooro. BOND & SON, Exclusive Undertaking. Auto mobile service. Telephone 264-W. 'PHONE 354-W Moran & Rolide Funeral Directors Automobile Equipment 57 MAIN STREET Brattleboro, Vermont of Adams, Mass., visited relatives in town Sunday. Harold Pike, who Las been seriously ill with a bilious attack, is gaining. Dr. Allen II. "Wright went to Albany, N. Y., Sunday on a several days' trip. Clarence Pike went to Jacksonville Tuesday to carry Mrs. William Bird. Mrs. May Alvord went to Putney to spend Sunday with her daughter, Mrs. D. II. Smith. Miss Frances Wood was at home from her school in West Hatfield, Mass., over JM.oto.ers day. Charles Bird of Benninston was a guest at the home of his brother, William Bird. Wednesday. 4- ' ' Mrs. Oscar E. Butterfield Las been spending a few days with her daughter, Mrs. Sidney Morris. Mr. and Mrs. Itufus Brown and family from North Adams, Mass., were guests of relatives in town o-!Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brown and Miss Edith Brown motored to Readsboro Sun day to visit at Charles Faulkner's. Mrs. Elijah Carpenter recently fell and struck on one leg, cracking the bone so as to necessitate dressing with splints. The Christian Endeavor society of the Baptist church held a silver tea at the home of Mrs. .Lugene Boyd .Tuesday aft ernoon. - Miss Mary Buffum of the City hospital in M. Aioans is snenuing a lew weeks with her parents, Mr. and -Mrs. Arthur Buffum. Mr. and Mrs. Martin A. Brown, with their maids, have arrived in town and opened Beaver Brook house for the summer. e Clarence Corkins and family went to Jacksonville Wednesday to attend the funeral of Mr. Corkins a father, Llisha Corkins. Mrs. Ebbie Pike went to Brattleboro for a visit last week, but was recalled the next day on account of the illness of her son, Harold. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sumner and children went to Whitingham to spend the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Allard. Miss Felicia Allen of the Bliss busi noK.s college of North Adams, Mass., was at her home here for a few days, in cluding Mothers' day. Forrest Atherton died quite suddenly at his home in this town Friday morn ing. The funeral was held Sunday. He leaves a wife and six children. II. G. Allen and Rev. F. M. Bissell went to Hartwellville Tuesday to attend the funeral of Henry Coonrad, 0G. who dropped dead in Searsburg last Satur day. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Brown have arrived in town and are preparing to begin housekeeping in their new home, for merly the Dr. Page house on East Main street. Rev. N. A. Wood was called to Brat tleboro Wednesday afternoon to attend the funeral of Miss Delia Smith at West Brattleboro Thursday morning at 9 o'clock. Rollin S. Childs, who recently re turned from a few months' sojourn in North Carolina,, has been spending sev eral days visiting relatives and friends in town. District Health Officer C. S. Leach of Brattleboro was in town last Thursday and addressed the meeting of the Red Cross society at the town hall that even ing. A very interesting program is prom ised for the regular meeting of the Parent-Teachers'' association to be held at the assembly room in the'Ligh school building Friday evening. Mrs. Clara Cook, who is spending a few days with Mrs. Charles Tracey, ac companied Mrts. Tracey to West Dover Sunday, where they called on Mrs. Cook's daughter, Mrs. Murry J. Harris. Mr. and Mrs. - William Titus of West Dover came Saturday night to be week end guests of their daughter, Mrs. Lester Haskins, who also entertained her daugh ter, Mrs. Flora Westfall of Bennington. Mrs". Walter Adams and son, Louis, were recently in Brattleboro, the for mer staying for a few days to visit her sister, Mrs. Leslie Adams, and Mrs. Herbert Haskell went down -and returned home with them. , State Highway Commissioner Dix and County Commissioner Coombs were in town Wednesday and met with the se lectmen and a committee from the men's club, consisting of Floyd Crafts, L. A. Brown and Merton Barber, and in spected the route of the proposed new highway from Wilmington to Whiting ham. - Leroy Bailey, who had a position with the Construction Co. several . months and who, with his wife, has been staying at Leonard Brown's some weeks, ac cepted a position in Albany. He and his wife have gone there. Miss Gertrude Alvord went to St. Johnsbury to a convention held there re cently, as a delegate from the young peo ple's society recently organized in the Congregationalist church. She was away from Friday until Monday.- Delegates chosen at: the Baptist church to represent that body at the state anniversaries at Ludlow May 22 to 24 were II. I). Allen, and L. 11. Ad ams. Harold Wheeler was chosen to represent the Sunday school. The pas tor is a delegate ex-omcio. Mrs. Martin Plympton and daughter. Mrs. O. E. Butterfield, Mr. and Mrs. Les lie Boyd, Rev. F. N. Rutan and Leon Covey went to West Wardsboro with, the body of Mrs. Herbert Kidder and to South ardsnoro wun mat or mt. rud der for burial in the respective ceme teries of those places xuesuay. serv ices were held in both places with a large attendance. The contest between the married mem- hom and single members of victory Grange ended Wednesday, when the fol lowing program was presented: Maud 'Uni'tcer. bv Ethel Howe, Vesta Sawyer. Irene Sullivan, Frances Hyde; officers drill and march; pokey huntus. Sister ifvdo on.1 comnanv: ribbon dance. Sister Snwver and company ; sketch, Sisters Brown and Rice; minstrels, Sister Sulli van and company; ensemble. The recital given by the music pupils of Miss Alice Courtemancne at Memorial hall last Friday evening drew a good at tendance and proved to ie wen wortn attending. Thirty-five numbers were ren dered including music on piano, violin and mandolin. Several numbers were rendered by quite young children. All acquitted themselves in a very credita ble manner showing not only careful practice but painstaking instruction. L. A. Brown went to nolyoke last week and drove heme the new Buick coupe recently sold to Dr. S. F. Dunn. Other cars recently delivered by Mr. Brown are: Ralph Canedy, Buick; Watson Hicks of Whitingham, Buick; Floyd P. Davis. Buick. seven-passenger; W. F. Janovsky of Whitingham, Oakland-six; Frank Titus, Buick; Roy B. Roundy, Ford; Kenneth F. Preston, Ford, Mr. Brown already has delivered over 40 cars this season. WEST HALIFAX. J. Niles Plumb is ill. Dr. Thomas is caring for him. Mrs. Grace Hill has bought a new Ford touring car. Mrs. Mary Ouellette of Greenfield is spending some time in the home of A. A. Hill. Mr. and Mrs. Hobnrt Carpenter and Miss Olive Wheeler visited Mrs. Marion Wheeler recently. Election of Sunday school officers will be held at the church Sunday following the niorning service. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Leonard, who spent two weeks in Marlboro, have re turned to their home here. Miss Alice Bowen of North Adams spent the week-end at her home here. Miss Esther Bowen was home from Brattleboro. Will Mav is movine to the farm he re cently bought in Dummerston. He will ' be missed here by a large iiumDer oi friends and neighbors. The . Chirstian ; Endeavof ' society ,, of tlie First Baptist' church in Colerain will give a play in the Grange hall Thursday evening, .May 23, at 8.15. Ice cream and cake will be served. WEST DUMMERSTON. Miss Julia Miller of New . York is vis iting her niece, Mrs. W. Burnham. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Eddy of Brattle tleboro is a, guest of Miss Catherine Hartnett. ' Mrs. Ellison and two sons of Long meadow,' Mass., are visiting in the home of W. A. Davis. Miss Hazel Putnam, who attends high school at Brattleboro, is at her home here, ill with chicken-pox. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Goodell of Boston visited Mrs. Goodell's brotheri M. R. Huntley, last week. The W. D. G. club -met in the home of Mrs. P. Oonnarn Wednesday. A chow der dinner was served by the members. The May social, which was held on the lawn at Samuel Clark's last Thurs day evening, was well attended, a good number of people coming from Brattle boro. The proceeds, which amounted to more than $30, are to be added to the Grange building fund. A gift of money was sent recently to the Grange by Mr. and Mrs. F. A. DeWitt of Newfane, which was appreciated greatly by the members. Medics Attention. Young Doctor ' ' My Jove ! Mary, this sitting around waiting for a practice is getting on my nerves." Doctor's Wife 1 'Couldn't we invite the neighbors to dinner and give them something that would disagree with them?" London Opinion. WOMAN'S COMPLEX LIFE Women's complex life with its multi tudinous calls is given as the reason for mnnv n nprvons hrpakdown. Home work. social obligations, dressmaking and the J care of children keep the 2Utn century woman in a whirlwind of activity until headaches develop, backache, nervousness and oftentimes more serious ills which are peculiar to her sex alone. Such women should not despair, but be guided by the letters so often published in this pa per from women who have been in just such conditions, but who have been re stored to health by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. This is a root and herb medicine that contains no drugs and can be taken in safety by any woman. -Advertisement. $WW PI Order a isV- JJT tan today. T'V. v-'ii HaomRYZON pV hot biscuit jvw ' jt&i'Jklf ir horn folks. VNifepr RYZON- raised cakes keep fresh longer. The special processof manufac ture is the reason. RYZON, a slow, steady raiser, has greater raising Eower. Provides ome baking in surance no bad luck. You may mix batter today. Set in cool place, bake tomorrow. B H B B E3 n u QQaBDBDOBDBEIDDDnDBB Funeral Directing Profession a It takes long years of experience to qualify as a fu neral director. Not only must technical knowledge be ac quired, but more than this, the art of efficiency combined with gentleness must be learned. Members of this organization perform their duties easily and silently, yet nothing is left undone. With it all there is an atmosphere of respectful sympathy not ex pressed in words, but b actions, by an eagerness to render every possible service. Funeral Directors for 40 Years BOND & SON Bond's Service Costs No More Tel. 264-W Ivir XtMgg&m Brattleboro, Vt. nnnnannQEjannnnnnnnnnnnn a a B a o a a E3 a A Complete Line of Garden Seeds in Bulk Lawn and Grass Seed, Poultry Wire, Woven and Barb Wire, Paint, Oil and Varnishes. Full Line of Farm Machinery . JOEL M. STEARNS Flat Street Brattleboro Tel. 249 Bank Row Greenfield Tel. 635 'EVERYTHING FOR,THE FARM' Advertisins: in The Reformer Brings Good Results. SOUTH HALIFAX. Dr. Leland and party were week-end guests at M. C. Harris's. Mr. EtGlynn of Springfield, Mass., was at his summer home here Sunday. Newton Stone and nephew, Wesley Stone of Healdville, were in town last week. C. R. Woodard and family motored to Brattleboro, Greenfield and Deerfield Sunday. Mrs. Rose CafFrey of 'Whitingham is with her uncle, Levi Mitchell, and fam ily this week. . A. A. Fairbanks and son, Norton vis ited the former's son. Daniel Fairbanks, at West Brattleboro Sunday. John Cannon furnished work for A. A. Fairbanks and has gone to East Cole rain to work for Joe Meslock. I). E. Harris and son. Gene Harris, and family visited the former's daughter, Mrs. Alsie Childs at Deerfield Sunday. WEST GUILFORD. Fred Richardson of Greenfield is visit ing his sister. Mrs. Frank Pierce. Fred Chase of Halifax is in the Mel rose hospital for medical treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Lee of Ashuelot, X. II. spent Sunday with hia mother Mrs. Eli Lee. Miss Rachel Fisher of Brattleboro spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. llosea Fisher. Mr. and Mrs. Baker, who have lived on the S. 1). Birgo farm through the winter, have bought a farm in North field and moved there. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Tyler, Mrs. Ad die. Tyler and Miss Mildred Barrett of Brattlelniro visited Sunday with Mrs. Addie Tyler's brother, Wallace Johnson and family. SOUTH NEWFANE. The Ladies' Benevolent society met Wednesday afternoon at the vestry. Miss Sarah Manchester of Winnipeg, Manitoba, is visiting Miss Adelaide Townshend. Mr. and Mrs. Edward V. Morse, Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Brown. Mr. and Mrs. George F. Whitney, E. M. Bennett and families of Brattleboro were in the village Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. J. Fred Morse of Medford, Mass., and Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Morse were callers Wednesday. "THE rain falls on the just and the unj j The things that the farm Bureau accom plishes benefit both the member and the non member. If you are a non-member, do not let your neighbors do it all for you. They will, those public-spirited fellow ; farmers of yours; they'll carry you as a burden if necessary. Or if they aren't quite able to do it, it'll be their money they lose, not yours, you can say. But the cause they lose is yours. You and your farm and your family will lose all that your neighbors are fighting for. All that they are trying to get, not selfishly for themselves, but for you. We're all farmers like you. We need your help badly. Join with us now. rull farming out of the rut! Join the Farm Bureau right now today 1 Be present at the meeting which is to be held in your com munity and hear James A. Leach, a Bennington County farmer. r-Jilt WINDHAM COUNTY FARM BUREAU just.''4'-8- - fbi tdTVilMSicat prapuad by th Co-opitlT AdvertUaa 8ct1o of Iks Amwirna turn Bans ftdmtlM "CAP" STUBBS Leave It to Tippie Protected by George Matthew Adama By Edwina i TlPPGl NO'.y AUV. 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