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THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY REFORMER; THURSDAY, AUGUST 17, 1922.
0mfOld VmwnpftL says From ye famous Pepper ell Spring at Pepperell, Masa., cpmetb. Pepperell Ginger Ale a drink o rare zest and quality. rorix ,'2rrJxr - Ait,., t i I Pi V tv - r 51 Mir J Walter S. Pralt Insurance Covering Every Need Rooms 3 and 4, American Bldg. Vacations vtill be more enjoyable if you know Ibe amount of insur ance on your household goods is sufficient. This office veil! be glad to assist you in eliminating all worry re garding your insurance needs. I'lione 759 Sporting STANDING OF THE CLUBS. New York, Detroit, Chicago, Cleveland, "Washington, Philadelphia, Boston. Nation American League. Won Lost C7 4i (U) 7 r.s r,4 4 4 lal league. 47 r..- 54 5.S r.s (4 New York, St. Louis, Chicago, Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, l!rookl.vn. Philadelphia, Boston, "Won ( fJ4 r.! (U fi.'J as IX)Kt 4. 4S 4! no 53 5t P. o. .59.3 .54 .531 .513 .5M) .4X2 .407 P. o. .505 .571 .563 .541 .535 .4X6 .365 TOWNSHEND. GAMES TODAY. American League. Chicago at Boston, two games. Detroit at New Y'ork. Cleveland at Philadelphia. St. Louis at "Washington. National league. Boston at Chicago. New Y'ork at Pittsburgh. Philadelphia at Cincinnati. Brookyn at St. Ixmis. YESTERDAY'S GAMES. BROOKS HOUSE G. E. Sherman Manager American League. Boston, 5 10 1 Chicago, 3 "10 1 Karr and Chaplin; Mack, Hodge and 'Schalk. Detroit. 7 12 0 New York, 3 S 1 l'illette, Johnson and Bassler ; Mays and Scott. Philadelphia, 10 14 1 Cleveland, 1) . 12 4 Harris, Rommel nnd Perkins; Cobel eskie, Kdmundson, Boone and O'Neil. St. Louis (1st game), 7 13 1 "Washington. 3 10 0 Shocker and .Severeid ; Brillheart and I'icinich. Wash. (2d gamer, 11 14 1 St. Louis, ; 10 4 Johnson and Picinich; Kolp, Bayne. Meine and Severeid, Billings. National League. 11. Chicago, ! Boston, 4 7 ii Osborne, Cheeves and O'Farrell ; Hou lihan, Braxton and Gibson. New York, 7 15 1 I Pittsburgh, 13 2 J. Barnes. Scott. Ryan, Nehf and Sny der; Hamilton, Carlson, Yellow-horse, (Jhizner and Goode, Schmidt. Cincim ati. 3 7 " 3 Philadelphia, 1 1 Bixey and Hargrave ; G. Smith ami Henline. Brooklyn, 3 8 2 St. Louis, 2 9 0 Grimes and Hungling; Pfeffer, North and demons, Ainsmith. JITNEY Winchester-Brattleboro Leaves Fields Drug Store, Hinsdale .30 a. w Leaves Powers' Drug Store. Winchester 8 a. m., 1.15 p. m. Leaven Root's Pharmacy, iirattleboro, return trip, 10 30 a. m.. 4.30 p. m. W. W. IIODGMAN. Mgr. Vhm HH Problem in Criticism. Criticism presents to the create? problera which is never so!vd. Criti cism is, to the artist, a perpetual pres- ence; or perhaps a ghost which he 1.45 p. m. I will not succeed in laying. If he could satisfy his mind that criticism was a certain thing, a good thing or a bad, a proper presence or an irrelevant, he might psychologically dispose of it. But he cannot. Waldo Frank. V I sTfl i a rn I Cfl j g f r tm im 4 Unquestionably the Very Best Coffee ever sold by anybody, at any time, at any price. Look it up. It will pay you well. Teeth Teeth Teeth Dr. Fred F. Iiickell, the New Method Dentist, wishes to announce to the citizens of Brattleboro that for a short time he will make his Best $25 Set of Teeth for $15. These teeth are tlie same quality teeth that den tists charge $35 to $50 a set and guaranteed. Teeth Extracted Without Pain. Only one visit to his office is necessary to be fitted by his new method. v Gold Crowns and Bridgework. jr jv. rur njji'oiiiniieni. ciui fjiiuue amui or WTlie. r .l 25 Years' Experience. References, some of lirauieooro s leaning citizens. 115 State St. Patients desiring teeth same day should leave on 5 a. m. train. Return 3.35 from Sprineheld. DR. FRED F. BICKELL The New Method Dentist rhone Walnut 382 SPRINGFIELD, MASS. Cash In On Foresight Be fortified against elements beyond your con trol. Let this strong agency carry the burden of the blow. GEORGE M. CLAY General Insurance Agency OLD HOME DAY PLANS. Preparations for Tuesday, Aug. 22, In dicate Big Time. The plans for the celebration of Old Home day in this village Tuesday, Aug. 22, includes the following program: At ! a. m. the parade will form at the top of Harmonyville hill, led by the Grafton band of 20 pieces. Next will come decorated automobiles, then floats and single teams, lastly antiques and horribles. The automobiles reserved for members of the G. A. R., will be given a place at the head of the line. The New fane drum corps also will be in the line. First and. second prizes will be given for best decorated automobiles and decorated floats, also a prize for the best repre sented business interest, and one to the best "horrible." The parade is the big opening feature and all in town are asked to help make it a success. The line of march will be through the village up North street to a convenient turning point, on the return circling the park and disbanding at the town hall. At 10:30 the field sports will be held on the athletic field, a point which will give all an unobstructed view. The events include the following for boys: Free for all. standing broad jump, running broad jump, standing high jump, running high jump, ball throwing, sl ot putting, running bases, slow bicycle race, sack race, 50-yard dash ; for girls, free for all, 50-yard dash, obstacle race, potatoe race, ball throwing, relay race. Valuable merchandise prizes will be given for all events. No dinner will be served in the hall but substantial refreshments will be on sale on the park day and evening. At 2 o'clock, addresses will be given in the town hall and Miss Alice Dale will sing. Among the speakers will be Hon. Redfield Proctor of Proctor, Judge Orion M. Barber of Washington, D. C, and Scott Montgomery, superintendent of colored schools of Washington, D. C Judge Barber, is a former resident of this town, living with his uncle, Daniel Read. Mr. Montgomery's last visit to town was about 20 years ago, when he attended an Old Home day celebration and was one of the most eloquent speakers. Hon. John Barrett has been invited. At 3.30 a ball game on the athletic field will be played by the Townshend and Ludlow teams. At S in the evening the three-act rural comedy. Deacon Dubbs, will be presented in the new town hall with the following all-star cast : Deacon Dubbs. of Sor ghum Center, West Virginny, Dr. F. L. Osgood; Amos Coleman, his nephew, a lawyer. Guy Barry ; Rawdon Oawley, a wolf in sheep's clothing, F. II. Law rence; Major McN'ntt, auctioneer and justice of the peace, C. L. Ahlrich ; Deu teronomy Jones, a country product, How ard Cutler; Rose Raleigh, the brave little school ma'am, Mrs. 1. S. Sayre ; Miss philipena Popover, with boMi eyes on the deacon. Mrs. F. II. Lawrence; Emily Dale, the richest, girl irt town. Uri. A. M. Fletcher; Triyie Coleman, full of mischief, Mrs. Ii. R. Phillips; Yennie Yenson. the hired girl, Miss Bea trice Cummings: The play will !. lol lowed bv a dance for which Snow's or chestra will furnish music. Tickets for the play will be on sale at R. W. Phil lips's store at 0 o'clock Monday morn ing. Aug. 21. Residents are requested to decorate their houses for Old Home day in honor of the returning guests. Through the. generosity of friends in Brattleboro and the merchants in this village wine handsome prizes are offered, as fotlows: Pair of bronze book-ends, Japanese girls design, presented by Vaughn n & Burnett for the best decorated automobile; Jonteel toilet set by the Brooks House Pharmacy, for sec ond prize to decorated automobiles; mantel clock, by R. W. Phillips. fir?t prize for decorated float ; three-pound lox of chocolates, by It. W. Phillips, second prize for decorated float : "oak framed picture, 30 by IX inches, by Emer son & Son, tr the business interest in Townshend best represented in the parade; box of cigar", bv A. J. S. Dukett. to the best "horrible." The following will b given as prizes for the races: Pocket book. bv Root's pharmacy; um brella Houghton & Simonds; lady's hand bag. J. E. Mann; watch, E. H. Allbee : snfery razor. C. F. Thomas: baseball glove. Robbins & Cowles ; watch. Thomp son jeweiry store; $3 hat. Goodnow. Pearson &Hunt: $3 cap. H. P, Well man Co. : S3 sho"S. Dunham Bros. Co. : '3 silk shirt E. E. Perry: present from R. L. Fitch Plumbing Co. The com mittee assure the donors that their pub lic spirit is greatly appreciated. GUILFORD. Miss Elva Gallup is visiting hor sister! Airs. Clarence Shaw. Miss Ethelyn Nmlerwood is spending her vacation of 10 days at her home. Guv Putnam has returned home from Wards!oro, where he has been haying. Fred Coombs and sons, Fred H. and Clyde, are on a business trip in northern New Y'ork. The school in this village will open Aug. 2X. Mrs. Clarence Shaw has been retained as teacher. Earl H. Underwood and Mr. Taylor of Gardner. Mass.. spent the week-end at the Underwood farm. J. E. Gale and family and Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Miller attended the confer ence in North-field Sunday. Christian Endeavor topic for next Sun day evening is: Following and Setting Good Examples. John C. Gale leader. Mrs. Edith Smith and Misses Maud and Abbie Winkler of New Jersey are guests of Mrs. Lilla Smith this week. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Gleason of Ja maica came Friday to Burt Perry'. Mrs. Perry returned home with them Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Fay Jacobs went last Friday by automobile to Providence. R. I., to visit friends. They returned Mon day. Mrs. Bessie Jollivette and two daugh ters of Bridgeport, Conn., are visiting his brother, Samuel McClure, at Joel Flagg's. Mrs. Arthur Covey and two children of Northboro, Mass.. were guests at E. H. Underwood's from Saturday to Wednesday. Mrs. Hattie Lyons and two daughters, Mabel and Bertha, of Everl?th, Minn., visited their cousin. Mrs. George E. Houghton. Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Hough ton and Edward were members of the family picnic held in Vernon Sunday. The depth of a river or of the sea can bn ascertained by means of a device which measures the interval of a sound signal and the receipt of its echo off the bottom of the water. It's for Pttes Peterson's Ointment 'Hundreds of people have told me," says Peterson, '"that Peterson's Oint ment is the quickest and best remedy for piles in the world." For chafing, ec zema, old sores and sore feet. All drug gists, 35c, GOc, $1.00, $2.50, $5.00. Advertisement. BRATTLEBORO PERSONAL Miss Evelyn W. Mann is ill with ton silitis at her home on Spruce street. Ralph Howe went today to Troy, N. Y., to spend a few days with relatives. Mrs. E. C. Thorn of Deerfield, Mass., is a guest of Dr. and Mrs. A. L. Pettee. Miss Ruth Reed is spending a few days with Miss Edith Clark at-Spofford lake. W. B. Iluestis of Cedar street is con fined to his home with an attack of athma. . Mark Boy n ton of Boston and Thomas P. Quinn of Springfield, Mass., were in town today on business. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Rockwell went yesterday to Hopedale, Mass., to visit a few days with relatives. Mrs. Eugene Tetrault and daughter, Mary, of Springfield, Mass., are visiting at the home of John Vivier. Wallace Nutting, the artist, is in town today and is taking pictures in West Brattleboro and on Ames hill. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Boyden and Mrs. T. Brittan returnee! last night from Bos ton, where they went by automobile. Capt. George Cooper, retired, of Bos ton has returned home after visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Billings on Ames hill. Mrs. Clifford Ratte of Hartford, Conn., is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Wilder of Grove street. Miss Mildred Bancroft of Hartford. Conn., came yesterday to spend three weeks with her father, C. II. Bancroft. Mrs. F. E. Dyke, who has been visit ing her sister, Mrs. F. E. Perry, returned yesterday to her home in Somerville, Mass. Miss Allie F. Morse went yesterday to Bernardston, Mass., to attend the tri ennial reunion of the students of Powers Institute. Mrs. Fred Babbitt and daughter, Iva, and son, Kenneth, have returned from a vacation spent in Mount Holly and Rutland. Mr. and Mrs. Harry McKeon and chil dren called on friends here recently on their way from Proctor to their home in Holyoke, Mass. , Mr. and Mrs. Ralph C. Moore and Mr. and Mrs. Guy Russell and daughter, Thelma, visited the Odd Fellows Home at Ludlow yesterday. Mrs. Elsie Y'eaw and daughter, Miss Faith Yeaw, and Mrs. Yeaw's sister of II insdale, N. II., are spending a few days in Marlboro and Dover Mrs. Carrie Spalding, who has been spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. George M. Clay, has returned to her home in Somerville. Mass. Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Pier went yesterday to Itawsonville to attend the annual Old Home day celebration. Miss I-tuiise Pier, who has been spending a week with friends in Townshend and Ja maica, returned home with them. Carl Johnson, -who was very seriously injured tome time ago by falling on a pointed stake in the Holden Martin millyard, is doing well in the Memorial hospital and his complete recovery is ex pected. He is now able to walk some. Miss Mary A. Averill of Cambridge, Mass., who has been spending several weeks at Spofford lake with Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Averill, left today for Conga mond lake, Southwick, Mass., where she will visit with Mr. and Mrs. George E. Adams, formerly of this place. The following is from the Marlloro, N. II., correspondence in the Keeue Sen tinel: "Olive Caprun is at home from Brattleboro. Vt., for a short time pre vious to taking up her permanent work there. Miss Kuth Frederickson accom panied her home, remaining for a week's visit. Miss Fredorickson, who is a singer in a Brattleboro church, sang a beauti ful soprano solo in the Congregational church here last Sunday morning." HINSDALE. Mi-s Vera Graham of Gardner. Mass., is with her aunt, Mrs. Dwight Holton. Mr. nnd Mrs. O. O. Robertson went to Laconia Tuesday, returning Wednes day. Mrs. Leonard Waters and children went to New Bedford Monday for two weeks. Dr. and Mrs. Brown and son, Ronald, returned Tuesday evening from their va cation spent at Cornish. Two new telephones have been in stalled this week. Mann's Pharmacy, 43-4, and Peoples' Market, 1-11. Dr. and Mrs. Lachaine started Tues day morning on nn antomobi'" trip which will include Niagara Falls, Montreal and Toronto. Miss Mary Davenport and Mrs. Belle Huff of Washington, D. C.. rpend a day with th"ir uncle, Louis II. Davenport, last week. Leon Merritt. Ilaroid Garfield, Edward Bailey and Luie- Stearns . started Wednesday evening for Connecticut lake. They expect to return Sunday. Mr. nnd Mrs. G. E. Robert-ion and Miss Elizabeth Hinchey went to Fair Haven. Vt., Sunday. Mrs. Robertson will remain a week with relatives. Ti e Busy Bees went by automobile to Brattleboro last Thursday, where they were entertained at the home of Mrs. Welthie Clark. Dinner and supper were served and a very pleasant time was had by all present. Mrs. George Parker has for her guests this week Mr. and Mi-?. Antonio Chavon elle and daughter, -ind Mr. and Mrs. Owen Meade of Woonsocket, Mr. and Mrs. A. Chavonelle of Keene and Mr. and Mrs. Dono Chavonelle of Nashua. The selectmen were notified Sunday that a deer was roaming through the north part of the town which had l.-en shot through the jaw and was unable to eat. Permission was given by the game warden to shoot it at sight. Toward night the deer was seen in 1 was put out of its misery. Thirteen boys and 12 girls lcceived communion at St. Joseph's church Sun day morning. After the services some of the Polish families gave the class a breakfast in the vestry, which was very much enjoyed. This "has been the cus toln in the large citios but has never been carried out here before. C. C. Holton with 25 other members attended the annual reunion of the 52d Massachusetts Regiment association 'at Grinnell hall in Greenfield. Aug. 14. After dinner there were reminiscences. The officers were chosen. Among them C C. Holton, a member" of the executive board. The next reunion will be held in Northampton June 14, 1023. SOUTH LONDONDERRY. " - schools in town begin the first Wednesday in September. Mrs. Earl Bostwick is in the Memor ial hospital for an operation for appen dicitis. Mrs. Nina Staples of Springfield (Vt.) is visiting her parents. Col. and Mrs. II. A. Dudley Miss Izetta Stewart of Brattleboro is a guest oi tier cousin. Miss lialne Thompson. Mr. and Ms. I. L. Thompson and Guv E. Johnson of New Y'ork city visited over the week-end with their sister in Boston. Miss Harriet Davis is in New Y'ork city for1 a 6hcrt vacation. She was ac companied to Easthampton by her niece. Miss Lucille Davis. - Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Garfield and sons visited in Chester Sunday. Many other automobile parties drove to Chester to see the ruins of Ware's gristmill. Recent visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Thompson were Mr. and Mrs. Merrick Blanchard of Gardner, Mass., Mr. and Mrs. Harold Rich and son, Robert, of Athol, Mass., and Mr. and Mrs. Guy E. Johnson of New Y'ork city. The villace grammar school will be taught by Harriet Davis; primary, Pnth Grossman; North village grammar. Mrs.. D. A. Newcomb; primary, Mrs. Ix)ttie Webber; Four Corners school. Miss An derson; Thompsonburqr. Lillian Smith: Block, Mrs. James Bradshaw. The high school will have the same as last yer -Mr. Hicks Miss Minnie Mallory will teach in Rawnonville and Miss Amy Johnson in Jamaica village. DUMMERSTON. James Wilder of Fitchburg is visiting his daughter, Mrs. D. R. Miller. Miss Ring of West Dummerston is working for Mrs. Myron Stark. Rev. J. P. Dickermnn of Deep River, Conn., is boarding at A. F. Miller's. Mrs. Lilian Reed went to Plainfield, N. J., Thursday for an indefinite stay. Mrs. C. G. Walker went Thursday to visit a week in Greenfield and Athol. Miss Anna Chisholm of Greenwich, Conn., was a recent guest of Mrs. John Niles. Harold Reed recently lost two calves, veterinary pronounced the cause a brain trouble. Mrs. Lillian Reed. L. L. Stark and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Reed motored to Springfield .Vt., Sunday. Miss Jennie Russell of New Jersey and Miss Capola Rutter of Northfield. Mass., were recent guests of Miss Hazel Miller. Myron Dutton ahd '. family. Dwight Miller and family and Adin F. Miller have returned from an enjoyable camp ing trip. Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Portens of Spring field. Mass.. were guests Sunday at R. E. Walker's. Mrs. Porteous is spending the week there. Mrs. Gardner. Misses Claudia. Helen and Elizabeth Gardner, and Harold My ers of Wallingford, Conn., are boarding at A. R. Macomber's.. 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Fred Bel lows, went to Wilmington the first of the week to visit her brothers. Mrs. Breen of Boston spent two weeks with her daughter, Mrs. William Poole. Accompanying her were Miss Bessie Poole nnd Miss Grace Bailey'of Marble lead, Mass. Brallleboro Reformer Coupon Webster's Home, School and Office Dictionary (ILLUSTRATED) How to Get It for the nominal cost of manufacture and distribu tion. 1 Coupon and 98c secures this latest Dic tionary and Book of Gen eral Knowledge, Includ ing the 1920 Census. h - - - r : - at! 1 y Present or mail to this paper, one coupon with 98c to cover cost of handling, packing, clerk-hire, etc. Add 10c for postage if sent by mail. It Pays to Be a Reader of the BRATTLEBORO DAILY REFORMER . A: ; The new Qoodyear Cross-Rib Tread Cord A Popular-Priced Cord Tire Without a Rival , The new Goodyear Cross-Rib Tread Cord Tire is built with genuine high-grade long-staple cotton as a foundation. 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