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THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY liKFOiiJUliK, WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER S, 1922.
Thoughts For Mothers Who Wish To Safeguard Their Families i" ' There 13 a simple, inexpensive way that300, 000 mothers have of providing a BafegTiard against colds, coughs. v?,'j croup, and catarrhal Eiimenu. xnese Hu meri te are not serious t if given prompt atten- i t nr. Hut" mnnv m 1 8KNiLii5il Z??eAj W?i&jQ ?M Dnenmonia. diptheri 1 or in.luenza. saves nine is a tru ism as it relates to a common cold. First. eoataimnpr cnioroiorm or opiates of any kind. Such medicines are not necessary and may do more harm than good. Devoted mothers save about S3. 00, and make pure, effective medicine at home and avoid expense and anxiety. They purchase 2V4 ozs. of the pure concentrated Essence Men tho-Lax-ene. then make a syrup of sug-ar and water and have a full pint of the very best cough syrup to be obtained at a cost of less than tl.00. A few doses given when a cold or cough first tarts, soon checks it and drives it out of the system and the danger of pneumonia and other fatal or lingering disease is avoided. Plain di rections come with the Essence Mentho-Lax-ene so simple and easy thata child could make a full pint in less than 10 minutes. Good doc- . tors and druggists recommend it. I "Best ever sold for Cough and Cold". Send 6 cts. in stamps for trial bottle to The Blackburn Products Co Dayton. OKI A Family Robbed of a bread earner the frequent result of automobile accidents. Such accidents are increasing in number. If only temporarily dis abled the holder of Accident and Health Insurance receives an "insurance income" en abling him to pay his bills. And. if killed, his beneficiary is paid the full amount of the policy. , Kvery bread earner has positive need of this form of insurance. Ask about Insurance Income. H. E. Taylor & Son Insurance You Can Depend On Brattleboro, Vt Public Auto Service Evenings, Saturday Afternoons and Sundays RUPERT GOODENOUGH Telephone 14-16 S0N BRATTLEBORO . VT A a PROFESSIONAL CARDS. FRANK A. SSOW, Violin Teacher. Tel. 6T6-M. 10 I'utney Road. DR. W. D. LAMBERTOIT, Veterinarian. Office at Tucker's Livery Stable, Flat St. Tel. 129. THOMAS RICE, M. D. Cutler Block. Office hoors; Ito 3 and 7 to 8 p. m. DR. . L. Tracy, Physician and Surgeon, 214 Aiain ht- Ofhce hours: 8 to 9 a. m., 1 to J p m.. 7 to 8.30 p. tn. Tel. 2'6. DR. B. E. WHITE, Physician and Surgeon, Barber Bldg. I'hone 717. DR. G. B. HUNTER. Office Leonard Block Residence,. West Brattleboro. Hours: 1 to 3 and 7 to 8 p. m. Telephone 318-W Residence, 318-K Office. Wv J. KAINE, M. D., Physician and Surgeon. Office. Room 10, Ullery buililing. Hours: 8.30 to 9.30; 1 JO to 3; 7 to 8. Ofhce 'phone 4J9-W Residence, 99 Frost St., 'phone 429. R. C. R. ALDRICH, M. D. Hours: 12.30 to 2.30 7 to 8. Office 'phone 165-VV; house, 165-R X-ray work a specialty. G. R. ANDERSON, Surgeon and Physician. Surgery - a specialty. Office and residence, Brooks House, 128 Main St. Hours: After noons, 130 to 3, evenings 7 to 8, except Tues days and Fridays. Sundays by appointment Only. Phone 246. DR. GRACE W. BURNETT. Physician and Surgeon. Market Block. Elliot St. Office hours: 8.30 to 9.30 a. m.; 1.30 to 2.30, and 7 to 6 p. m. telephone 744-V. 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. Surtrery a spe cialtv. Office. Park Buildine. 'Phone. 540. Hours: 1 to 4 p. in., 7 to 9 p .ir. Residence. i'utney Koad. I hone, 17. .Sundays Dy ap potr.tment only. ' DR. A. I. MILLER, Hooker block, Brattle boro. Office hours :8 to 9, 1 to 2, 6.30 to8. VT. R. NOYES, M. D., Physician and Surgeon, Eye, Ear. Nose and Throat. Glasses fitted. Hrs 9-12, 1.30-S. Wed. and Sat. Eve.Am. Bldg. DRrH. L. WATERMAN. Office. 117 Main St Over Kuech's store. Hrs.: 1-30-3. Teh 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 Bid?. Office hours: 10 to 12 and 2 to 4. Treatment by appointment. Tel. 219-W. HASKINS-& SCHWENK, Attorneys and Counsellor at Law. Brattleboro, Vt. FRANK E. BARBER, Attorney at Law. Bar- ber huiidir g, Brattleboro. O. B. -HUGHES, Lawyer. 212 Barber Build ing. Tel-pbone 1I06-W. BARROWS & CO., Wholesale and Retail Dealers in coals of all kinds. Office, 37 Main St.. Brattleboro. BOND & SON, Exclusive Undertaking. Auto mobile service. Telephone 2b4-V. 1 in PHONE 354-W 'Moron & Rolide Funeral Director? Automobile Equipment 57. MAIN STREET Brattleboro. Vt NORTIIFIELD. MASS. Death of I). Ij. Preston. Dwight Ij. Preston, 71, died at his home on Main street early Sunday morn ing after a paintul illness from a growth in his throat. lie was born in. West Northfield, a son of Leroy and Jane 1 'res ton and attended the town schools. In 1873 he niarrieu Carrie tttrutton, a daughter of Mr. anu .Mrs. Aloert iStrattcn oi this town, wuo survives. For some time he was pro prietor of a store in West Northtieid and was postmaster there. Most of his life he had been a farmer. He leaves one daughter, Mrs. F. L. Ty ler, and four grand-children. A son, Al bert, died U." year3 ago. Tiie funeral was held Tuesday at his home on Main street at 1.31) o'clock and the burial took place in the West North tieid cemetery. Swazey-Field Wedding. , Amos Field, son of Mr. and Mrs. Al ien t leid, and Miss Grace Swazey, daugn ter of Mrs. Sarah Swazey f Maine, wen. married Saturday evening at their new home, the former Foster Stearns plac on the Ashuelot road. George L. Swa zey of lioston, brother of the bride, gav. her in marriage, liev. F. W. Pattisoi; performed the ceremony. Relatives ol both families were the only guests. TIk tride wore a gown of white satin ana lace and was unattended. They left for a wedding trip after which they will live at their new home. Mr. and Mrs. George L. Swazey and daughter of Boston were among the guests. The mother, Mrs. Sarah Swazey, goes next week" to Florida for the winter. Trof. Frank L. Duley preached it Hinsdale, N. 1L. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Stebbins went Nov. 2 to Hartford to visit over tbe week-end Mrs. L. M. Merrill of Providence, R I., a cousin qt A. G. Moody, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Moody. A delegation from the local Relief corps goes Wednesday to Shelburne Falls for a meeting of the order. Mrs. Edward liarber and daughter, Mrs. Rertha Ilolman of Ashuelot, left last week, for Sharon, Wit., where they will visit Mrs. Barber's sister. Mr. and Mrs. Fred .Calkins of Boston were guests of Mrs. Daniel Nye and fam ily over the week-end. Mrs. Nye and Virginia returned with them Sunday. The Sunday school of the Barber dis trict held a social Saturday evening at the school house, with Miss Howell ami other students of the seminary in charge Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Howard and son. John, tpent the week-end with relative. in Walhngford, Vt.. where they met then daughter, Elizabeth, now a student at Xljddlebury college, and cekbrated her birthday. liev. F. W. Pattison, F. W. Kellogg and S. E. Walker attended the dedica tion of the Wendell church Sunday atter noon. Last summer the church was .-truck by lightning ami seriously dam aged. Jt has been repaired and reno vated. Dr. Kin rich of Boston spoke. Dr. Richard G. Holton had his hearing for manslaughter in the Brighton muni cipal court Saturday and was cleared of the charge. The accident happened in Allston, Sept. 4, when Dr. Holton, his father and sister were driving on Com monwealth avenue. Louis Green, 7, was struck by Dr. Holton's car as he at tempted to c,-oss in front, of the car. Mr. Green died of his injuries a month later. Dr. Holton. at the time of the accident, rendered all possible service to the in jured man and went with him to the hos- r!tnl Tim . .1 ti f U"1L ftf.! .1 1 John Campbell. TiT, died suddenly Thursday night. Nov. 2. in Otter River. where he was proprietor of a hotel, lie was a sou of Mr. and Mrs. James ( amp- bell and a native of this town. For many Doctor Advised Use of Lydia Pink ham's Vegetable Compound Happy Results in, Both Cases St. Joseph, Missouri. "Both of my sides swelled and hurt me so that I could not move or do any of my work. There was heavy pressure and pains through my lower organs and the doctor told me to try Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound for these troubles. lie said I had this cne chance, and if the Vegetable Com pound did not help me nothing but an operation would. After taking several bottles I felt it was helping me and now I am able to do my own work. If my testimonial will help others I shall be glad for them to read it and hope your Vegetable Compound will do them as much good as it did me." Mrs. Wm. Lockman, 513 N. 4th St., St. Joseph, Mo. White Plains, N. Y. "I had such a pain that I could hardly walk and the doctor said that I needed an opera tion. I was sick for a year before I started taking your medicine and I could not work. I saw your advertise ment in a little book and that is how I came to take Lydia E. Pinkham's medicines. I have been taking the Vegetable Compound and Lydia E. Lydia E. Pinlibam's Private Text-I?ook upon "Ailments Peculiar to Women" will be sent you free upon request. Write to tbe Lydia 12. Pinkbam Medicine Co., Lynn, Massachusetts. This book contains valuable information. -CAP" BTUBBS . .TVC-fc"" fW VOELL -1, TRiEDN " -"HE. THREW 0K T ' II ! THERE' r-lR WEVJ IT r.'.RSJ" W' - NEVER rg -BE1N' -PLEftSNT p,T n AN- HE fN - WurNT CFPS PAULT AEL AN V TO:D f, 1... VAA-A!, ,rr y V BONNER'. I ALMOST J V L ( T3CNE V4HN CAP TRIED years he was proprietor of a hotel in Gardner and had been in the Otter River iiotel but one year. He leaves two brothers, James of Denver, Col., and Thomas of lioston, also six sisters. Miss Annie in the home here. Miss Nellie in Springfield, Mrs. Luev Wall of Nashua, N II., Mrs. Frank lMgell and Miss Mar garet Campbell of New York city, and -Miss Elizabeth of Wisconsin. The fun eral was held at St. Patrick's Catholic church Monday morning and burial took id ace in St. Mary's cemetery. JAMAICA. Quick Work Saves Dailey House. The promptness with which Jamaica citizens answer a call for help was demonstrated again last Friday morning ut 1.15. a. m., when lire broke out at the Charles F. Bailey residence on the South Hill road above the village. Mrs. Bailey and daughters were awak ened by the smell of smoke and almost immediately fire could be seen breaking ut around the chimney between the .oors. In quick response to the telephone and ''Lurch bell. mei from the village one-liaii mile distant were soon lighting the flames nich the family had partly held in oheck. By their speedy arrival and hard uid efficient work the building was saved. ' Mrs. Alfred Crowninshield returned Saturday night from a visit with rela tives in Brattleboro. Charles Clark has finished working on the road and has a position in the itore in -South Londonderry. Ii. J. Ranzona of Dauby, Vt., who is visiting his cousin, Nelson Howard, ac companied him oil his fish route here Saturday. nUMMERSTON. Funeralof George X. Crosby. The funeral. of George N. Crosby was held at his residence at 1.30 o'clock Sat urday and was largely attended. There was a profusion of beautiful llowers in cluding a spray of roses from Evening Star Grange of. which Mr. Crosby was a charter member. R. B. Telfer officiated. E. H. Miller sang. The bearers wer his three sons, Charles R., Leon F.. and Fred Crosbv, and his son-in-law W. J. Annand. Burial was ut Dummerston Center. Mr. Crosby was active, energetic lind industrious all his life and was alway honefid and optimistic. He was born June 25. 1S41. married first Miss Miu- erva Nourse. Dec. 3, 1SGS. one daughter Lena A., dial March 10. 1SS5. at the age f 14 years. Mrs. Crosbv died Sp')r "vS5. leaving two sons. He married Ilr i- it La Duke. Dec. 1. ISM, who survive iiim with a son and daughter. Those from out of town were Mrs. John York and granddaughter from Snoff-ml. N. H.. Mrs. Lilln Smith of Guilford, James Breslin of Millers Falls. Mr. and Mrs T. II. Wilder of Bellow Falls. Mr. and Mrs John Nourse of West Brat reborn and Miss Maude Crosby of Brattleboro. DUMMERSTON HILL. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nichols hn-.l daughter. Abbie. have come to the Bet terley homestead .to remain through the winter. Merton Anderson and pon. Foster, have gone by automobile to Craftsbnry to visit his mother. They also will hunt deer in the town of Need ham. Carl Turner has returned home from the Memorial hospital, where he had been several weeks receiving treatment by Dr. W. R. Noves for eye trouble. He is much improved. The little bow inside the lining of a man's hat is there merely as an orna ment. It is a survival of the days when there was not such a large range of sizes as there is at the present time, ami ' a J string was attache,! to the lining, so tl at it could be adjusted to fit any head. Pinkham's Blood Medicine, also Lydia E. Pinkham's Liver Pills and used Lydia E. Pinkham's Sanative Wash and the capsules and prescrip tion recommended. I am doing all my work and have gained twenty pounds. I am taking the medicines still, but I feel fine. You have my permission to use thi3 letter for the good of others." Mrs. MARYMAnK,37IIami!tonAve., White Plains, N. Y. Some female troubles may through neglect reach a stage when an opera tion is necessary. But most of the commoner ailments are not the sur gical ones; they are not caused by serious displacements, tumors, or growths, although the symptoms may appear the same. When disturl:ng ailments first ap pear, take Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg etable Compound to relieve the pres ent distress and prevent more seri ous troubles. Many letters have been received from women who have been restored to health by Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound.after op erations have been advised by attend ing physicians. HINSDALE," N. II. New LJbrarv Ttnrtbs New books added to the library are: Adult fiction -Ken r haven Keep, Fletcher; Wasted feneration. Johnson; Explorers of the Dawn, He la Roche; Purple Pearl. Fryde; Roads Going SiHith. Duffux; Tiie Feast of Lanterns, Milu; The Vagrant Tune, Holland; Homestead . Ranch, Young; The Strong Hours. Diver; Tangled Trails, Raine ; Four Siiia)e, Richmond ; The Vehement Flame, Deland; This Freedom, Hutch inson; Memoirs of a Midget, De la Mare; The Moon Out of Reach, Fed ler. Adult non-fiction: Peace- and Iiread. Addams; Songs (Mi! of Doors, Van Dyke; Lincoln the Greatest Man of the liltli Cenlury, Rrown ; Who's Who in America r.rj2-H3; Queen Victoria, Stra chey. Juvenile Looks: Hiawatha Primer, Ilolbrook: IMss. a Little Alpine Waif, Spyri ; The Grey Fairy Rook, Lang; Great Missionaries for Young People, Serrell. Hurlhert-IIildreth Wedding. The wedding of Eleanor Maude Hil dreth, daught of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hildreth of this1 town, and Francis Allen Hurlbert of Nashua, took place at the home of the bride's, parents Saturday evening, only the immediate family at tending. Rev. Robert Fuller of Winches ter officiated, using a double ring service. The home was decorated in autumn foliage and chrysanthemums, the cere mony being performed under an arch of these decorations. The bride was gowned in white geor gette creie and carried a shower bouquet of white rosebuds. Mri Alfred H. Juedes of Amsterdam. N. Y.. a sister cf the bride, was matron of honor and was very pretty in pale yel 'ow organdie. Raymond C. Hildreth. brother, was best man. Mrs. Hurlbert has been employed as secretary to an electrical concern in Boston. Mr. Hurlbert recently, graduated trom the Wentworth Institute in Boston.' They left Monday lor Boston, where Mr. Hurlbert has a position and v. here they will make their home. Royce Spragne . M; Marion Alice Royce of this town and Ralph V. Sprague of West Brattle boro were quietly married at the Con gregational parsotiage Mondav evening. Oct. 30. at 0 o'clock by Rev. J. II. Sar gent, who used a double ring service. The couple were unattended. The Vide wore a brown satin gown embroid ered in heads. Mrs. Sprjigue graduated from Hins dale high school in the class of 101Si. In the fall she entered Brattleboro Busi ness Institute for a year, then was em ployed by the Ilolsteiirjlf.;an !lsso. ;iation fcr a year and a half. She has most of the time since worked for the New England Telephone and Telegraph Co. Mr. Sprague is employed at the Bradley shop at Brattleboro. They were : recipients of many gifts, including sit-, verwan and money. They will make! their home in West BrattU boro. E. A. Hardy has a new automobile. W. L. Todd and Earle ltailey are ill. Harley Pdar.chard was home over Sunday. Miss Hilda Sawyer spent Nov. 1, in Springfield. Mass. Mrs. John Wat kins and Mrs. John Scott have been ill. Mrs. E.' . ItoVertson entertained th; Knitting club at her home Nov. U. Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Robertson were in 15 jston from Wednesday ;to Friiay. v Miss Nellie Kedd'nig cf Springfield. Mas., visited her parents over Sunday. Leslie Starc'ift, who is working ii. Bennington. Vt.. was in town Sunday. Mrs. Christopher Wolfe of New York is visiting her mother, Mrs. Nelly (Jray. Mrs. Susie Robertson ami Miss Eva went Nov. 1, to Boston fur a short stay. Miss Mary Mann spent the week-end with her brother and family in Charles town. Mr. ami Mrs. Philip Welch of (Jurdner, Mass., visited his brother, D. O. Welch, last week. Miss Marion Douglas of Boston, field supervisor of Bed i'ross work, was in town Nov. 1. Mr. and Mrs. A. Johnson nro to move into Mrs. tjeorge Hilliard'.s house in North Hin.-dide. Mis Margaret Ytrrington of Arling ton, Mass.. spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. tJ. E. Bobettson. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Freeman are to Ko to housekeeping in Henry Spaulding's housfl on Kftburn street. Harry Crowley, train despatcher from Springfield, Mass., spent a few days ut lt'-ck Lland farm last week. Miss Vinnie Tilden goes to New York Thursday for an indefinite stay with her cousin. Mrs. (I. H. Moody. Mrs. Walter Loveland and two s"ns cf Springfield, Mass., were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Veber last week. Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Brown and Miss Viola Brown of Cornish Flat, were guests at Dr. Brown's a few days last week. F S Birtwhistle and L. Clamer, jr.. of Concord, of the New Hampshire loard of 'underwriters, were, in town Nov. 1. inspecting the fire system. Monroe Dodge has sold Lis farm on Brattltboro road to Joseph Peli. Mr. Dodge will move into Mrs. Chandler's homo on the Plain road for the winter. Invitations have l.een received in to' to the wedding at lioby's Corner. Nov. IS cf Miss Vera Hazel Borers, of that place ai d (Jlen Forest Iligjins cf this town. The Presidential club met at the home cf Mrs. H. W. Tayloryiturday evening. Supper was served at o'clock, jifter which games were played until a late hour. . Mrs. Howard Streetrr entertained a party of eight ( ct. :tl. They attended the movies at Bratth I'ro, returning li-ime to u delightful spread and a jolly time. Mr. ar;d Mrs. E. J. Temple entertained Mr. and Mrs. Flric Brighnrn and Mr. ami Mrs. Fcrtice Brighani and daughter of It Lhn't Iay to Tsckroiiville, Vt., also Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Smith of Colerain over Sunday. Dr. and Mrs. Harrison, Mr. and Mrs. J. Rivers, I). J. Piu-cell, Mrs. . Warren and Mrs F. Hathaway oi Boston, and Miss Nome Pureell of Greenfield, Mass.. visited Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Pureell Sunday. Miss M. J. Bsrr.in accompanied Jen nie Bishop to Boston Saturday, where she is being treated at the children's hospital. Miss "Barron returned home in the evening but Jennie is to remain about 10 days. A deer was seen strolling leisurely down Ashuelot road past tiie foundry Nov. 2. He jumped into the canal by Mr. Marshall's, went down by Mr. Diary's and disappeared into llie "woods by Mr. Strickland's. Mrs. Charles Weed visited in Hartford the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Strong and Mrs. Ilartwell motored home with her Saturday for over Sunday. Ray Searles of New Britain, Conn., was. a guest of Mr. Weed over the week-end. The report of the Red Cross nurse for October shows total number of nursing visit!, S4 ; number of pupils inspected in dividually by nurse nnd physician, 21: number of class talks, 4: maternity ciscs, 2; pneumonia cases-, 1; commuftcab!e disease. t;kin, 1 ; orthopedic, 1 ; sfft-gicul cases. 3. jp4 A family reunion was held recenfty at ChelnNford. Mass.. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edd Belleville. Those present were Mrs. Ellen Denison of Arlin-tn, Mrs. Mary .uamontagne of Woburn. John Cunningham of Brooklyn, N. Y.. Ed Cunningham of Mattnpan, William Cun p'nchaia of Lawrence, and Mrs. M. I). White of this town. A bountiful dinner was served by the hostess. Thin is the first time the family had been united for 12 years. The Parent-Teacher association held its monthly meet in? tit the high school building at 7.30 Friday evening. Mss Hoeh sang two plenslrg selections. Dr. Adams, superintendent of th Keen" schools, gave rn interesting talk on D" velonmenf of Educ-it ioi:. He traced the school development from the old Latin school to the present. After the discourse the partv adjourned to the drinetic arts room, where refreshments of cake and coffee were served by young women. About tiO were present. LONDONDERRY. Mrs. Anr.ic Waite sp-mt last week in New York city. Mrs. Ida Wilder is vlsithsg her son, E. A. Wilder, a few days. , Mrs. Lillian S'aorey of Brattleboro v;:t"d her mother here last week. Dudlev Carver can slit in a trap last week a bob cat weighing f5." pounds. Mrs. Stella Hflvnes of Joliet. lil.. wn n guest 4'f Mrs. F M. Ionard recently Mr. ami Mrs. feor:e Parker of Spring field. Mass.. were wVek-ei;d' guests cf Mr nd Mrs. C M. Eames. Mrs. Edg?r Howard was iu Newark N. J.-, la:,t 'ek. returning home Satur day, accompanied by s;veral friends. Walter Cudworth mid ron. Rupert. fr" through working ::t Lowell lake, and Ru pert has gone t Windsor. Mr. Cud A-orth is st iying at E. A. Wilder's. Runert Williams is home from hi; school in Townsherd and will spend r few days deer hunting. Lawrence Tib Vts and Herbert Monroe cf Newfane ar n-ith him. BROOKL'NE. l"p to tl present w riting no deer hav Heen shot here. Guy Wellman a"d Henry Rush were ii Vmh-rst. Mass., Sunday. A party of nine fr'ln Brattleboro wer "nllcr ut A. Austin's Sunday. Miss Annie .Osgood cf Bnittlebor -pent the week-end with her mother am' brothers. Barrett Bush of Newfane i"it t !i ' n-oek-end 'vith his grandnarents, Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Bush. The Ladies' Benevolent society served its harvest supper at the Baptist chape Friday evening, tin school children giv iilg the entertainment. The society ap preciates the presence and help of those from out of town. Th teacher and pupils of the Brook line school extend appreciation to those who" so generously contribute! randy and in other ways helped the children to get the money f.r their hot lunches ihis win ter. They received from their sale and entertainment.' Friends ami neighbors to the number cf 4." gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Bush Monday evening to help thm celebrate their .Vth marriage anniversary. Herbert Bush and Cora Chapin of Springfield. Mass., were pres ent. Refreshments of coffee, cake and sandwiches were served. Norway's catch of rod fish this ve reached a total of 47,!K)0.000, setting a new lugli record. 4,i.;'t.Vfc Be Nice to Sammy. iOKFSlUS ' means lSt y ' as well as. coffee- ' fTFlx k C3F' fl "Y Your Druggist Recommends Tanlac because it ha3 demonstrated its true worth over a long period of years. He has sold it to thousands of satisfied custom ers and has seen them regain their normal health and strength by its use. 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