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THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY REFORMER; FRIDAY; SEPTEMBER 1M922.
r 12 WARDSBORO. rieasing Benefit Concert. Thp concert given . at the town hall Raturdny evening for the benefit of tbe Metbodik church was most pleasing. The program included piano solos. Miss Tillie Vogel : harp solos, Miss P.lanohe Corser; vocal : solo, in costume, , Mr. F.ddv; reading, Mrs. Wales Plimpton ; Toca'l solo. Mrs. Wales Plimpton ; read ing, Mr. Knight; vocal .solo, Mr4, Eddy. At the close of the concert refreshments of- ice-cream, cake and coffee were served in the dining room. The affair was well attended aund a neat sum was added to the treasury of the church. Much credit and appreciation are due the artists, Miss Tillie Vogel of New York, pianist, and Miss Blanche Corser of Northfield, harpist, as also to the .home talent, all of whom contributed their services. Frank Martin of Northfield, Mass., is in town. Charles Shampine spent the week-end at James Corners. Mrs. Thankful Johnson has gone to Jamaica to visit friends. Mrs. May Bent of Watertown, Mass was a week-end visitor at Dr. O. V. Ilef fion's. Mrs. W. M. Knowlton of Boston spent the week-end with her niece, Mrs. M. Jj. Johnson. Miss Ethel Johnson returned to New York Monday having spent her vacation "at her home here. Rev. James Dennison and family re turned home from their vacation trip Saturday afternoon. Mr. Starr of Salem. N. Y and Mrs Carl Gould of Pike's Falls were recent visitors at II. II. Forrester's. Mrs. Inez Ma goon and child and Mrs. Birdie Wilder and child of liondvilh spent Sunday at W. E. Allen's. Arthur Ball was accompanied home Saturday by Clarence Ingram. They re turned to Brattleboro Sunday night. Richard Briggs of Newfane is spend ing a few days with his grandmother. Mrs. Lamson. at Mrs. Addie Gordon's. Miss Blanche Corser of Northfield and Miss Mildred Corser of Haverhill are upending two weeks at their home here. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Green and Everett Phillips of Brattleboro recently called on Mrs. Ella Underwood and at M. E. Johnson's. Miss Alice Hitchcock of Ilolyoke. Mass., is at home for a week's vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Hitchcock. Mrsf Rich and daughter of Palmer. Mass., who spent last week at Dr. Ilef flon's, left Saturday for a visit with rela tives in northern Vermont. Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Bailey and daughter of Agawam, Mass., and Mrs. Kelsey of South Newfane were visitors at William Bailey's last week. Mr. and Mrs. Scribner of St. Johns bury and Mr. and Mrs. Pratt and two sons of (Juechee were guests at Dr. Ilef tlon's one afternoon last week. Mr. Huntington, who spent last week with Mrs. Huntington at B. C. Par sons, lett liiesday for a ween s visit with his people in Keenc. N. II. Mr. and Mrs. Coomer Copol.-md of Vernon are visiting at M. E. Johnson's. Mr. and Mrs. Euman Copeland and daughter accompanied them and returned to Brattleboro Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Holcomb and two children of Westfield. Mass., came Sunday to spend a vacation at J. E. Gleason's. Mrs. Frances Gleason re turned to her home here with them. Judge and Mrs. O. M. Barber and son and two daughters of Washington, I. C, were guests at Wardsboro House Tuesday night and called on old friends here. Mrs. Harold Mayo and son of Win chester, Mass., and Harold Claflin of Santa Monica, Cal., are guests at the home of their sister, Mrs. Harry Ilopkin son. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Bewsey of Orange, Mass., Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wilder. Clarence Wilder and Walter Ma goon of Bondville were callers recently at W. E. Allen's. Dr. and Mrs. Ilopkinson went to Wal pole, Saturday to carry Mr. Tiffany, who spent the summer here and who was en route to Peterboro, N. II., to visit Mrs. Hopkinson's brother, Mr. Andrews. Mrs. Ella Underwood was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. (). II. Willard at Green Mountain House several days last week. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Page and Miss Ethel Page of Putney spent the week end at Wales Plimpton's George Johnson and friends came from Seymour, Conn., the last of the week and i went to Stratton on a camping trip. They returned home Saturday night, tak ing with them Elmer Wilder, who will board at his uncle's, George Johnson's, and attend high school the coming year. All will be glad to know that Dr. George Ilopkinson, eye, ear and throat specialist, who has a summer home here and who has for the past rive years been practicing in Akron, Ohio, is alwmt to re turn East and will locate in Boston this fall. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Williams and son, Eugene, of Warrenville, N. J., and Mrs. D. W. Donrollty and children, Eleanor, Robert and Richard, of New York city are guests of Mr. Williams's father, Lewis Williams, and sister, Miss Estelle Williams. WINDHAM. II. L. Chapman has bought a Frank- i Iin touring car. Don F. Eddy and fa mil v spent Sun day with G. E. Eddy and familv in Bellows Falls. Mrs. Ernest Eddy and three children of Bristol. Conn., are visiting Mr. and i Mrs. Earl Holden. Nominating petitions for town repre sentative have- been filed for Paul P. Jones and E. L. Stowell. Mrs. W. L. Moses, who had been ill 10 days, went "Saturday "to'the Rocking ham hospital in Bellows -Falls. Marion Abbott returned Wednesday to her work ia " Longmcadow, Mass., aftep 10 days' Vacation at home. Mrs. Lois Harris-returned last week to West Townshend after spending fourweeks with Mrs. Mary Whipple. Charles R. Prentiss of West Brattle boro went Wednesdiy to East Jamaica after 10 days' visit with his mother and sister at Hillcrest. Harry Edwards, who has worked for the Vermont - Marble Co. several years in - this vicinity, has finished work for them and went Tuesday to Newfane. His plans are undecided. The listers hold "grievance day" Sat urday morning, Sept. 2, for those ag grieved by their recent appraisal of real estate. On "Tuesday, Sept. , at 2 p. m. the board of civil authority meets to revise the check list to.be used in the coming primary. A family gathering was held Sunday at II.' L. Chapman's. Those from out- of-town were P. 11. t Chapman and fam ily and Miss Alice GoooVU of West minster West, Hugh Goodell and family of Putney and - Mrs. . Henry Lake' and Jthree children of Grafton. SOUTH LONDONDERRY. Leon Fellows of Boston was here Sunday visiting friends. Clmi-lotte Twitehell is to teach in Windham the coining year. John dimming is putting up a new iron fence around his village place. . Considerable cement repairing is be ing done on the creamery building. The Pearsons have moved to the Ozro Clayton place which they recently bought. Mrs. James Bradshaw's brother of Northfield' is spending a few days at her home.' Victor Boyden is visiting friends in town. Mr. 'Boyden is a reporter for the Boston Herald. Mrs. Bessie Durand and daughter, iva. have gone to Illinois for a month's vi-it with her mother. Miss Minnie Tuttle has been camp ing at Lowell lake a week with her sis te. Mrs. Carl Kilburn. Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Kingsbury are soon going to Proctorsville to run an Atlantic & Pacific .store. Mrs. James Bradshaw went to Green tiehl last week to have her eyes treated and visited her parents in Northfield a few days. Ernest Eno of Rutland is visiting at the parsonage. Wilbur Eno, who has i'i"i i:i Ruiia ml several weeks, came .;!: !.;:.!. In-. E. A. Landman of Plaistow, N. II., and -his sister, Mrs. Nina Scaminon of Wolfeloro, N. II., are visiting rela tives in town. Mrs. W. E. Garfield and children at uded the circus in Chester last week and visited relatives there a few days iiefore returning. t Mrs. George dough, Mrs. Arthur lackson and daughter. Leone, have re turned from a visit with their mother, Mrs. Bates of Athol, .Mass. A largo crowd attended the ball game n Tuttle's meadow Saturday between Townshend and Londonderry. The home cam suffered a defeat of 13 to 3. F. M. Galley has an auction the last of this week, household goods and real estate to be sold, and they will move to Urattleljoro at. once. Mr. Carley is in town nw making preparations. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pierce have been spending a few days with his brother, F. O. Pierce, and boarding at Hallie Thompson's. Miss Mary Pierce of Peru ;'!.o has been visiting there. Mr. and Mrs. Merritt Griswold took a 4t)-mile carriage drive from their home in Clarcniont, N. II., to this place Sunday, coming to visit friends aud relatives. ' f Relative to the electric power Judge A. E. Cudworth is working to get the charier, and although it requires a good dei'l of time and red tape tiiere is no Hiesfioii that the project will be put through. The annual meeting of the subordi nate Ofhi Fellow lodges of district No. ' wid be held with West River lodge, No. "J i, Oct. K' in charge of Leon A. Aldrirh of Londonderry, deputy district r;iml l.aster. The band gave a concert on Riverside Inn porch hist Friday night. There was i: it as large ;in audience as usual on -KVor.nt of the enter uinuient at the hall and tiie rain, but those present thor oughly enjoyed the splendid selections. Perhaps 10 years from now it will lot be worthy of mention that airplanes have been seen several times during the week passing over South Londonderry, but as yet such an event has not ceased to pn.duce a thrill. Kent Rebekah lodge, No. HO. has changed its time of meeting from the second ::ml fourth Thursdays to second and fourth Wednesdays. At the next meeting. Sept. l.'i. the quarterly birth day celebration will be observed. The interior, of the Odd Fellows hall and anterooms are a great credit to the workmen; G. A. Wing and son, who have finished decorating the rooms. The ;nterior of the two stores on the first door of the building have been painted. On Sept. 1 at S p. m. Dr. Gibson of the United States department of agri culture, will be at the town hall at South Londonderry trt present the sub ject of bovine tuberculosis. Moving pictures will be a feature of the meet ing. AH are requested to bring their neighbors and questions at this time. This meeting is in charge of the Wind ham County Farm Bureau. Several couples from this place at tended the dance at Lflndgrove Saturday night. Among the attractions was a speech by M. J. Hapgood of Peru. He urged all to exercise great thought in easting their vote at the coming elec tion ;.s a national crisis is approaching. He rendered the selection, Juauita, on the piano in a very touching way. j I spite of the inclement weather the Ladies' Aid sale, supper and etttertain mi'iit was exceptionally well attended and enjoyed as usual. The entertain ment and supper netted about .Nl. and the sale about .SOS. Nearly all of the articles were sold. The play given by th Westminster people was much en joyed by all. and very well acted and staged. They gave their services free. The home orchestra. Mr. and Mrs. J. P.. Johnson. W. W. Ileald, Everett Vaile and James Bradshaw, kindly gave their services and gave some delightful selections. What Is a Picture Framo? Picture frames are frequently too ornate. The simpler they are the less they attract attention from the pic ture itself. They should become a part of the picture and not a separate picture In themselves. Color, how ever, may be used to advantage and any simple wooden frame may be painted In oil paint to match some tone of the picture. Ordinarily tills Is better than to have the frame harmonize with the woodwork of the room. A Real Hair Saver Found at Last Parisian Sage Shows Results in Three Days . Here's good news for all men and women whose hair is falling, out, who are growing bald and have scalps cov ered with dandruff that itch like mad. Your druggist can now supply you with the genuine Parisian sage (liquid form), which is guaranteed to quickly, surely aud safely alwdish every sign of dan druff, stop itching scalp and falling hair and promote a new growth, or money refunded. Thousands can testify to its excel lence; some who feared baldness now glory in their abundant hair, while others who suffered for years with dan druff and itching head got a clean, cool scalp after just a few days' use of this simple home treatment. No matter whether bothered with falling hair, gray hair, matted, stringy hair dandruff or itching scalp Root's sagerwyu- will not be disappointed. It" - a feientific- -preparation--- that sup plies all hair needs. Advertisement. 34- 25 25 V- . 24 32 26 22." 13 4i. 3V?-5 i So 42 11 a 4z i 1 21 20 I7 ' rv 44 $ . Xs - 1 y 6 57 47 ' 4s.'" 52. 55 5( 56 fc5 m bi 'a 7Z Trace all these dots. 151 show you how To draw a perfect sacred1 cow. Irav from one to two and so on to the end. WESTMINSTER WEST. Mrs. Josephine Boutelle. Mrs. Josephine (Streeter) Boutelle, Si, widow of James Boutelle, died early Monday as a result of three shocks, the first of which was in June. Mrs. Boutelle was born in Provi dence. R. I., May IS. l,s;?C. and came here to live about 1M2, when Mr. Bou telle bought the farm now owned by L. F. Barnes. Later they lived in Brook line and' Putney, where Mr. Boutelle owned farms. Mr. Boutelle died 10 years ago in Putney. Mrs. Boutelle came here about seven years ago to live with her daughter. Mrs. John Hitchcock, with whom she had since made her home. She leaves three sons and four daughters: George of Town.-diend. Nial of Providence, and Edward of Westminster West, Emma, wife of John Hitchcock of Westminster West. Isadore. wife of Leslie Pierce of Lowell. 'Mass.. Flora, wife of Dr. Pan ie!ls of Alpena, Mich., and Louisa, v.iie of Charles Whitehead of Keene. X. H. Sh also leaves 11 grandchildren and eiglit grat-graiulchillren. ernoon at - o'clock, at the house. Rev. ciated and burial was beside her hus band in Mt. Pleasant cemetery in Put-. ney. day from PlainOld. N. J bringing with him his aunt, Mrs. Nason of Brat tleboro. They were visitors at Mrs. Lydia Beach's Tuesday. Schools w ill open ' Tuesday, Sept. r. Miss Ethel Wing of Putney will teach at the Westminster. West school and Miss Nina Wood of Putney will teach at the South Valley school. Clarence Illodgeft of Greenfield. N. V.. a former resident here, was a recent visitor Lere a few days at A. D., Kerr's. He was on his wav home after a visit at his brother's ' in Beriwrdston, Mass. Phillip Hall of . Springfield. Mass., came last week Thursday, making the trip both ways on his bicycle. lie vis ited among old neighbors and friends in Putney," Saxtons River and here, return ing home Monday. Roland Chapman and family, Miss Alice Goodell. Elizabetli Goodell, Rene Washburn, and Hugh Goodell and fam ily of Putney all motored to Windham Sunday and spent the day with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Chapman. Maple Grofe Grange repeated the four-act drama. The Brookdale Farm, at Tutney Tuesday evening under the aus pices of Putney Grange. Twenty-three went from here in automobiles and in Hugh Houghton's truck. Fred Harlow loft - here Wednesday for an automobile trip to Mooers Forks, N. Y. He took with him Mr. and Mrs. Wadsworth ' and daughter, Dorothy, of Bellows Falls. They will spend a week there visiting Mrs. Wadsworth's sister. Mr. and Mrs. John Tucker of Brat tleboro motored here last week Wednes day :;nd left their two children with Mrs. Tucker's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Harlow, while they took a trip through the northern part of the state. They returned home Sunday. Saxtons River Valley Pomona Grange will meet with Pleasant Valley Grange in Rockingham Saturday afternoon and evening, Sept. 2. In the evening the Wir.diiam County Farm Bureau will have a meeting in connection with the Grange in regard to the tuberculin test for 'cattle. Tlx United States depart ment of agriculture sends Dr. J. E. (Jib son into each Vermont county to con duet meetings. Everybody interested is invited. Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Connor motored here from Norwich (Vt.) Monday. They came to spend the winter with their daughter. Mrs. Clinton McElroy. They were accompanied by their daughter, Mrs. II." II. Barrett, and her daughter, Katherine, of Norwich, who returned home the same day. Their daughter, Mrs. J. II. Head, and son. Elsworth, and Miss Elsie Corbett of North Fal mouth, Mass., who had been visiting in Norwich, also came with them and re mained here for a visit with Mrs. Head's sister. A community picnic under the aus pices of the Sunday school was held at the home of Deacon Rollin Ranney last Friday. In spite of the rainy day .") were present. The picnic dinner was eaten in the house and after dinner the games which were in charge of F. K. Brown of Community Service. Brattle boro. were thoroughly' enjoyed. Mrs. Alfred Ranney won first prize for throw ing peanut, and Arthur Ranney won lirst prize for blowing the largest soap bubble. Kvcrylnidy was much pleased with Mr. Brown's program, which ended wiih a Punch and Judy.-show for the children. -'" SECRECY DESTROYED. II.. is visiting Mrs. Lydia Beach. Miss Rcrni Holden returned home Saturday from several weeks' visit with friends in Townshend. Miss Florence Olsen of Maiden, Mass.. is visiting Miss Elizabeth Harlow vt Maiden at her summer home here. Nellie Howard returned home Tues day from Spofford lake, where she has been working for Mrs. Ned Goodhue. Mrs. Fred Harlow of Maiden. Mass., and Elizabeth Gdell went to Windsor Tuesday for a visit with Mrs. George Gould. Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Beebe and son, Kenneth, went to Grafton Friday for Old Home day, returning homo Satur day. Miss Nellie Butterfiehl motored here from Springfield Vt.) Sunday, return ing Momlay with her sister. Nettie, who has gone to Springfield fir a two-weeks' visit. A large number from here attended the Windham County Farm Bureau field day in Westminster last week Wednesday and remained for the play in the evening. Leonard Kenison motored here Tues- Primary Voters Must Ask for Republi can or Democratic Ballot. MONTPELIKR. Sept. 1.- Town clerks wiil find that the laws of 1!-J1 regarding the conducting of a primary election are very materially changed and that it will be well for them to make a close study of the laws. Some clerks and attorneys claim that the secrecy of the form of ballot that has been used for years, has been destroyed by the recent act. It is now provided that when a voter ap proaelies the voting place he shall say whether he wants a Republican or Demo cratic ballot a the case may be and that the clerk shall ive him the one called, for. I'nder the old laws . these several parties were all on one piece of paper, but it is claimed now that thev must be on separate papers. T. R. Mer rill, oitv clerk in Montpelter, is. one of those who has had an attorney construe the act for him. And Start night Away. Tlds is not advice. It is jut a maus hunch. If you want to feel good from the bottom of jour feet to the top of your head, cut out the things rou know you o:ght to. ESUfSIMESS' INSTITUTE FALL TERM BEGINS Tuesday Morning, Sept. 5 Great possibilities are bfforc you with the coming of a new year. Do you intend to make the most of them? If so start right. Be sure ;ou have the proper foundation BUSINESS COLLEGE EDI' CA TION." 'No doubt, you are now securing GOOD results, perhaps. SATIS FACTORY; but it is wiihin your power to do even BETTER work with the BRATTLEBORO P.l SINESS INSTITUTE training. 5 Prepare to meet the requirements of the successful business man by taking a tlwrougli bookkeeping, typewriting and stenographic course. There is only one power in the world that can lift a man, and that is the power of added knowledge and training:., . - Day i-and night Individual instruction. All commercial subjects, school. Positions secured free. Enroll now for day or night classes. Brattleboro Business Institute Branch of Bay Path Institute, E. D. Barger. Principal Springfield, Mass. LAST ON Bonny BiTie Enamel When you purchase a 99 article in this ware you receive keys. The holder of the lucky is given a $75 steel kitchen cabinet. Every article must be sold before the cabinet is . given away. 1 BRAITLEBQROlitH. VBKMONT 4 8 An Investment Opportunity Right At Home The prosperity and progress of any community depends on the extent to which its citizens take advantage of the opportunities it affords. Usually, "the field farthest away looks the greenest," and the many opportunities to be found right at home are often overlooked. Fortunes are not built on investments in "far-off green fields," and if you lend your efforts and resources to the development of enterprises in distant places, not only does the local community lose your support, but in too many cases funds so invested are dissipated. By the very nature of its business, this Company plays a large part in the develop ment of the communities it serves, and the increased demand for its service, necessi tates the expenditure during the next six months of at least $500,000 for new exten sions and constructions. $130,000 of this amount will be spent for an additional gen erating plant now being constructed on the Great Works River near South Berwick, Maine, and will replace with water power approximately one-third (1-3) of the ener gies purchased for the Dover, N. H., district, from outside sources during the year 1921. New capital must be provided for these additions, and rather than go into foreign financial markets, this Company is offering its customers and local investors the op portunity to become part-owners of its business through the purchase of a high grade investment. The 7 Per Cent Cumulative Prior Lien Stock now being sold to provide funds for additions and extensions is placed next to the bonds of the Company and is protected by property and other assets exceeding eight millions of dollars. The gross business is now running at the rate of $1,500,000 annually, of which approximately $72,000 will be returned to local stockholders in the form of dividends. As a class, public utility securities carry a high rating in the investment feld, and at this time over $300,000,000 of such investments are held by insurance companies of the United States. .Being recognized as security for insurance protecting your family, they offer an attractive investment for both large and small investors. .... . V .'.--" -" - Purchases of this stock may be made for cash or on the partial payment plan at One Hundred Dollars ($100) per share, and your subscription for any number of shares is solicited. Any agent or employe of the .Company wil gladly furnish you with further details, and we suggest that your subscription be made now, in order to receive the October 1st dividend. ' . . The Twin State Gas & Electric Company tWBBSSBSSS Use the Columns of The Reformer to Promote Any Worthy Cause