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THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY REFORIttER, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1914.
x v ; K,r-:V ii V; , Mi' GUILFORD. You PressThe Brattlcboro Men Caught with Goods. Thele Hl'K' numerous llappeilin;: Sun day evening hereabout. V. Coombs, whoes ehirkens since: liis reeent fire have been spending tin' niht on the wall of the yard, were heard squawking for help about lO o'cloc k. Clyde Coombs ran to tlie res cue and saw two men with a temn make otf in a hurry with half a dozen. As it Mas moonlight he reeojniii'ed them, also the hor.-e. They belonged in Ihattleboro anl have since settled for them. Their names Mr. Coombs does not reveal. SERVED IN DEFENSE OF UNION Karl N i. f Coli;iin was a miest Sat- f Robert Coombs. Button And We Do The Rest utdiy and Sunday Miss Kate fbaphy of Ifolyoke, Mas?., r a iiest of her cousin. Mrs. Joseph Lowry. Mr. and Mrs. .lohn Kenney have moved from the Andrews cUrtiict to Ashtield Mass. M. Ihompsoti fioiu the soiallei ( 'ohain. Mrs. Ida Nev.ton was a iicst several 1 Miller's. Mis. A. .1. IVlden and 'family have moved I Ki.istits Kddy farm to of ( Ireenlield. Mass , lays last week at 11. is with her Mi T. Davenport, in (ileeiilie sister, d, the No. 40 Frederick Thomas Stewart Tuesday, Sept. 15, Alexander F. Hill 1 " "' -j-v if J" -r- , WARDSBORO. "DO it llectrically" Has Become the Motto of the World's Most Up-to- date People, latter tieinjz ill. Mr. and Mis. Krne-t Morrison and twe children of I'.ellous Falls were jzuests Mon day of Mr. and Mis. Arthur IJeals. 'I lu re rill he service in Christ (hutch (Kpiscdpal) Sunday at L'.oH p. m., Uev. Nelson Kelloiitr of lhuttiehoro otliciatin-r. lolin K. (ialc has hecn repairing and paintiiifi. in-ide and out, his cottage house in the slate rock distiiet occupied by Marry Fu-t.r. The villaue district school heuan this week with Mrs. Fai le L'ndei ood as teacher. Mis. Albeit .laqueth is teaching in the Fail hank district. Daniel l.yon was electeil ltepul il ican delegate to the district convent ioti, held in White l!icr dunc tion, and the state c-oir. c iitioti. held in Montpelicr. this week. Rev. ('. I'.. Atwoo.i and Mr. and Mrs. Tl. N. Faiihank attended the- annual meeting of the Windham Association of ( 'oiiiscca- itioiial c hurc hc-s in est minster West this Week. I Two men from Hi at tlchoio rctuininj j from (Jrcentield late Sunday cveniiin drove j oil" the roadside neat II. N. Faithank's 1 he horse, I'eloimintr to l.neiyman I. ar row, started for home ami brought up at 11. 11. Winc he ster's, where it was taken caie of. The men were left hchiud. The 1., idles' Aid society of the ('iingi-ega tiou.il chinch will hold a lawn party at the home of Mrs. .lesse Weatherhead !iet week Weclriesil.l evening, Sept. 1 Ice-i-ieain ali'l cake will he on sale. If the ueaihcf i rainv it will he held TWIN STATE GAS & ELECTRIC CO. first in it leas, mt evening All are eon! the ally WEST GUILFORD. S. Nichols of Brattlehoro la and Suudav with his nei Professional Cards DR. IICNTIY- TUCKER. Rrsitl-nrp. 12 On. to fit.; tcli-phiiiip, i;.). Oflicp, l.runnril lilick. Jl'cnrn, l.yu to 'A, and 7 to 8. Telephone. -I W. O. E. ALDRICH, a.o, 7 t h. oiii -H M. D. Hxnrs. rj.:t) to 'nhntitc Hi.") 1: Iiiiiiiih 1 j .' J . THOMAS KICK. M. D. Ofti.-n und residenco cr V e r ni on t SaTints Bank. Honrs. S to U . m.. 1 to ,'l met 7 to H p. m. Utt. W H, LiANK Oflieo and rcHidenc.-, :tj No. Mii St. Oftii-n hniira: MorniriKB until 0; I? rnodiin until '. 30; evcsuinijs until H. 'XVIcphcine, 4ii0. DR. O. B. HUNTER. Will'mton lilock. otcr Hrctt' KT;rTy. n)ic hours: 1 to p. ni., B.80 to X D. m. Ilfsidenre. West lirattlehoro. . Sat in Vustin Nil Mr. an, ila uhtcr rived at the home of last week Wednesday. Mr. t'oihlin sold hi and houstdicld oods pent hew . ids. and family. Mi's, tleot'e Cm f M e'e h a n i est ' u r , inir and II., ;ir- 'ahin t'oletnan IHSt Novetnher farm and stock liv auction and Freclerick Thomas Stewart was one t' the members of Company B, Kith Vermont regiment, tint did the most f its hard ser ue just before and during the battle of Sett ysburg. On that loii)4, hard ;::;inli to reach Gettys burg Mr. Stew-n'c kept up with his company, although on the last two nights of that march when the last halt was finally called some of the ompanies had c nlv four or live men. ; he ethers being strung miles, utterly exhausted, all of them would catch during the night Mr. Stewart wis born in N. II. east 14::. three-quarters ot of the village a son o otue i u gl en being went to Mrs. Cod ding's h gi nia. A surpri-e party was Clifford Aklev Sep. I. I.. cut besides their family. Th ing was spent pleasantly with music of xarimis Kinds. i, c fresh me u t s of cak.1 and coffee were served. A nnm her ot pre. cuts were lelt. wolirlin sum of mo uev. Vir- M i s. pro- even- ig a W Ii .it t ol 'i i i a i n w a a m day to see hi- brother, who Leonard i w hi kin,: i w c c k iii id, we ol D.J) town o IH ill. for ( ieoi ue I'ralt, w ho CT.. II. P. GREENL, rnysiclin and Surgeon. Other, i5n'K hlock. Hours: 8 to 'J a. in., 1 lo ',i Mid 7 to H p. tn. Keaidt'nce, 41 Urecn Ht. Telephone conm-ctioii. U. li. AJTUEKEON, Surgeon nd Thysictan. Hurjft ry specriliy. Oilice and re sulen.tc. Brook House, 84 Main St. Hours until 10 a. m.; 1 to 2.30 and 6 to 8 p. m. VPhone. 'J4t). OK. R. L.YKC1I. Snrenon. (Wli. t'ark bill., rooms 1 i.iid o. til. .j in. clln'e hours! 11 w cut at tend Tlie N. i.iy it th'.i ; .ates Id il se to u li it 9 ik. in., 1 to J !,:,'! , M. -lro b li,i.spitil t I. '-Ol, '.) rcicleiii-e lti t.'sual fet., lei. If n jipoin nii'iii only. to p. in.; to 10 a. in.; 177; Sundays B. I1.. WHIlii. M. D. (tifie-ral l'ractitionrr ) . H.1 -e rooics, 4 and ti, Croahy block. Hours: 8 to (I a. in., 1 to a and 7 to 8 p. ra. Kesi dericR. 2c) (irov,! St. Tele-phone. 717. JC'tll"AN" & SON, Optometrists, 1 Klliot St. HpHcialists in ttie rorrection of defective vis ion. Examination, 9 to 1J a. ni., 1.30 to 5 p. m. ETPiiinsjs, Monday and Saturday, 7 to 9. Aipoininitnts at your convenience. Tel.. 83 M. BR. A. l7 MILLERT'lioTikTr- bloc"k Rrattle boro. )ir lioura: 8 to H. 1 to 2. IJ.ftO to 8. WEST HALIFAX. i: Wednc. Leon Mill tl.i- IS III. Mis-. Paulino Adams Noi t hi'c-ld. M,iw . t,, t I -I II ! I I I.I 1 V I he I leinoci al ie caucus tiiase and .1. . l'llimb as 1 lie state co 1 1 cut ion. The 1,'eiiiibiican rain-iis c ho-e (Jcot to attend the county c, ,n cut ion m C. I--. Thurber the -tate con entioli. Mr. and Mis. l-'lctcher D ili tuple and l-'ied I,', .bin-oil attended the I ( ( ). F. picnic- in Sh, Hun tie I'a!!-- I.aboi da. Dell Txler of Hudson, Ma-s.. f,u mei ty of Halifax, retcilied home S.itiilday. alter visiting lelativc-- and friends seveial ci.ns. Mr. and Mis. Geoi-e Cha-e and Mi-.-Mildied Whit temore and Hobert Allen were guests of Mi. and Mis. Mairy l.eai hard Labor da . out for 10 I'ractically up. however, ( 'hestei -field' i mile south .lanuary 1". f Alpheus and llan- nuh (Hildreth) Stewart. When he was six years of ag his father moved to Brattlehoro and -.nc-e then Mr. Stew tut has lived here practically all of the time. Me was working by the month on farm.; after he became old enough until he e:. listed. Aug. '':;. in Drattleboro i ' Company li. Kith Ver mont, :i nine m ,nths' regiment that -aw much hard lighting at Gettysburg. The regiment rendezvoused here and went the usual route to the trout, spending a few lays in camp on Cap itol hill in Washington and then mov ing over into igir.ia for guard duty. At Catlett's Station Mr, Stewart with two other.- was on outpost duty when they were rush".! by a sijuad of Mosebv's irregular ca' alry. The three men opened fire and the enemy whirl ed about. liy the time the little out post scpiad had 1' aded. another c harge upon them was made and again they were driven off". The company hurried to the relief of the outpost and the cc buiel sifter looking over the field in advance ot the little scpnoi ami seeing the result of their defense highly com plimented the men for their stand. Mr. Stewart's story of the long marc h to Gettysi urg is similar to others that have already been told. The enm- crativelv raw t oops were pustieil nafil ilroppeil troiu v to catch up e abb- to au di call on the pa rat i ve iv raw i for five clays am! men the ranks by doens, onl after a. brief re t and I swer "present"' at the r arrival late in t.ie afternoon first day of the biggest battle of the Civil war. When the tired troops finally reach ed their position iust at dusk on that first evening the colonel walked along the line of the 'egiment and ordered the men to sleep on their arms in line of battle. They were tired enough to sleep. In the afternoon of the second day Company P. was rushed to the skir mish line to till a gap. Mr. Stewart's i.ositioti was diiectlv in front of a barn that was between the lines of batth "Bullets cut a lot of grass all around us. but manage 1 to miss me," he says Fin.-illv a batterv sh.dled the barn and the rest of the time on skirmish lin that dav was a little easier. The last day Company H and two or three ether companies, including one of Pennsylvania "Pncktails" lay in sup pc rt of the batlenes on top ot ( erne I terv Mill. Mr. Stewart savs the noise of the eannona bug was terrific while the -hells frr.m the rebel guns bursting all about them were terrifying. I.ik the others on top ot that full he was in :t position to :ee much of that wonder ful charge by Pickett's men and it was an exhibition th ,t Mr. Stewart believes was unparallel 'd Soon after the battle of Gettysburg the regiment was started back to Ver mont to be mu-tered out. Owing to the fear of a repetition of th1 draft riots in New York the regiment was held there three' days at the battery, but was finally sent along and was muster ed out at Bratf leboro, Aug. 10. 1 Mr. Stewart dec ided to fellow in the footsteps of his fathe- ;t"d learned the trade of a masen and for the last oO years in and about P.ratthboro has worked at that trade. Me married ;u January, 171. Miss Sarah Kliabeth Ami Ion of Westmore land. N. IL. and she died in W" leaving fc nr children, two sons and two daughter.. The oldest boy, Har lan, died at the age of Is years. The others are Leon A., v ni loved in Scott's nnie h.. who keeps father at 10 Canal N.. who is employed The Progressives will hold a caiicns in the town hall Sept.' 12. Martin Gleason went Monday. . to Norwich university, Northfield. Prof. IL A. Shed el of Boston visited his aunt, Mrs. Martha C Farnum, last week. School began Tuesday morning with Miss Edith Clarke of JaJmaica as teacher. Mrs. M. C. Farnum, who went to Bos ton with her nephew Friday, has re turned. Miss Abide Kilburn of Brattleboro, who visited friends a few davs, has eturned home. Florence and Ernest St. Marv went Monday to Montpelier, where they are attending school. Miss Lucia Gleason went Monday to Southwiek, Mass., where she has a position teaching. Mrs. Carrie Wright and child of S.?evtotiu l?ivr 'ri- of trc W Kidder's over Sunday. Edward Davis of New York has joined his wife, who has been with her father, A. Ij. Wheeler,, for. some. time. Mr. and Mrs. II. E. Howard have returned from a 10-elavs' visit in Springfield, Andover and other places Spencer Robinson -visited at W. II. Parsons 's Wednesday and Thursday and called on old friends and neigh bors. Agnes and Beatrice Casey went Mon day to their home in Townshend, after spending a week with Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Knight. The three daughters of Mrs. -Alma Cnininings, who visited at George Briggs's last week, have returned to their home in Townshend. Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Kidder, Pearl.-y Kidder and Miss Kva Kidder of Wor cester, Mass., went on an automobile trip to Brookline Sunday. tt ie GEN. VON KROBATKIN grocery store h' ue for he stieyt. and K in the IK.adlev apartments. Mr. Stewart is a m timber wick post, G. A, K.. but of orga ni a t ion. of no Sedg ot her Pol JAMAICA. inson is visit nij in W.tid aid-boi in .1, Ini' m VISItec on 1 at Muzy came home' -.-Hi hil-ctts Wednes- tit the sutn retuincd to teacher ill a Hi k c ity, w as ot her uncle. C. O. WHEELER. Osteopathic Physician, 10 CroHby bloc'.-. Oilire hours: 10 to 12 a. K., 2 to 4 p. in. Other hours l.y appoint ment. Telephone connect i,.ns. 9 Soruce St. DU. GRACE W. BUENETT, Physician and Surgeon, Market block, Klliot St. Office hours: 8.30 to 9.30 a. re, 1.30 to 2.30 and 7 to 8 p. in. Telephone. "44-W. W, a. NOTES, M. D., Eye. Ear. Nose and Throat. 9 to 12, 1 to ',, Wednesday and FMurdny venir.es. Oilier hours and Sundays by appointment. Appointments for zlasses fit ting; made by mail or 'phone. American BldR. Zi'.. 0. 3. CLARK, Dentist, Whitney block Brattleboro. Telephone. 5? 3. JOHN E. GALE, Attorney at Law, Guilford. Vt. Telephone, 302. IIASKIN3 CoiinzeUnr & SCirWENK, Attorney! and at Law, Brattlehoro. Vt. EAST DUMMERSTON. A cordial invitatbri is -liven to nil interested in dancing o attend a dance in Iran re hall. I bun merston Centre, Monday evening, Seiit. It. Music bv Wales's orchestra, Pratt leboro. Supper will be served. Miss loris Iluinplirev of t'hicaoo, who (jiivc charming folk daiucs jit the Ladies club entertain ment Inst week, vill be j. resent. FRANK Konra 7. E. BARBER. Attorney Crosby block. Brattleboro. at Laur. ROBERT C. BACON. Attorney at Lw. Room 18, I'llery Building. Brattleboro. O B. nUGITES. Lawyer Telephone. 22S-M. OIIJVTAN ft IIELYAR. Surveyors and Con trartinjr Engineers. Tel. 38M-W, or 302 W. 0. O. BILLINGS, recently First AssiKtant f'nmmiminiipr of Patents. Solicitor and Attor ney in Patent and Trade-Marie Cases, Sey. morr. Seymour. Me;rrath Billings. 71 Bdwv. NW York: MrCJiM Hldir.. Washincton, P. O. . TV. EDOETT & CO.. Real Estate and In mtmtit; Notary rtihlic. 1 Main! St. RAP,TlOW3 A CO.. Wholesale and Retail Dealer! to Coali of all kinds. Office, 8 Mmn St. Bralllebnro. VORAN ft CO.. Undertakers. 19 Main St. T tet'hine. 3T.4 2. Brattlehoro. Vt. ESTABLISHED 1870. Exclusive Undertaking BOND & SON REGISTERED EMBALM ERS. Mt:;;;.. 170'2. Vt., 27 I'a. N. II., 220 Re i; nn.ible I'rkcs. Correct Service Autos in Season Til. .1,! vu BRATTLEBORO. VT A Peilin i.rofessor estimates the nun I'lercinl .a hie in e eetrn ltv of a I ash ot iyht ninjj; lastiiifr for ' one-tlmnsandth of i second at 20 cents. cake were served. The evening was enjoyed by all pre-ent. Spencei l.oio. A W Putler va- business echicsda'. Mr. and Mrs. t t in Wesley Allen"s this M Mr. and Mi-. .1 A ti oni t licit trip in Ma day. Mi-s Lillian Cha-e, who mer at .Mrs. Valida .Minim her home ediiesdav. Mis Madaline Tolh-n. si ho. .1 for the cleat in New a ''nest recently in the Imnu M. L. Howard. Mr. and Mis. (ieoic Knight and dau'h tcr. Kathlee-n. ot' lliattleboro ret in lied to their home- Sunday, utlcf a i.-w da." visit at M. I.. Howard's. A Li -minute p'Vai-e seivice will .reic-de the Christian l-'ndeaxoi- mee-tini: each Sunday evenitm:, beiinninj: Sept. P". There will be a choir and special muMc and the er ices will beam promptly at ' o cloc k. "I"he leaclcr next Sunday. Mi-s Ruth Mc Le.m, will tell soinelhini: ot a missionary enteri'i-ise in Atlanta. Ca.. in which she i- interested, aside from the regular meet ing. All are cordially invited to attend these nieetMins". which are anions the most iuterestinjj; of the week. The members of the Christian Kndeuvor society were very plea-ant ly entertaineel at Mrs. .1. C. Robinson's Monday eve-nintr. The first part of the cvcniiifr was spent a a business meetintr. Mrs. llai-twell re signed as jiresideiit and the vice president. Miss Mary Robinson, was elected to the oltic-e- and Rev. A. K. Hartwell was elected vice president. Various plans were pro posed by the different committees to in crease the attendance and new work to be done by the society. After the business! meeting dohn S. Robinson furnished mu sic on ins vie troia, w tuc-ii w as miicn en joyed. Refreshments of ice cream and Mr-. P.eloit. Mrs. turned Aith home f Mis. at Cabot Dr. W: GRAFTON. and Pearl have M a 1 1 in Wis. Poiie-htv and to Prooklvti. ir and Chester it a short time. hailes Danieb this wee and fami jone to Ker family hae re Butler are a of Incase) - ielt lor then 18 home P. was and in Scranton P. r iie-l hVvm at W. i:. L. Minda v. Friday. dds of Northampton Walker s Saturday Mrs. Charles Uanie home here Thursday si vera 1 weeks i n M a i ne. Mrs. Parties and family ret ill neM to lleM alter spemlilifi w he Putl er, had left was but lc ft h:l lurn hill to been with her sister. Mrs. for F.le'iu, 111.. Fiiday. Mrs. Thurston of Cam b rid j; "nest of Miss P.. M. Pwincll, for her home Thursday. Mrs. Anderson of F.verett. who been visitini; Uev. ami Mrs. Wash returned to her home' Thursday. The Weir house on Chester was sold by public auction Friday Miss Plia Townshend ot Hiuleport ( 'on n. Ceoriic I'. Pulton, while drivine- cat tie fur tieoriie Hall Friday, fell dea of apoplexy on t ho Houyhtonville road. He leaves a wife and two dren. i nron"h thi e.onrtesv oi Air. am Mrs. C. W. Adams the women of the Conyreeational church had a corn ioast at their house Tuesday evening. A e0od number we-re jiresent and a very enjoyable evening was spent. cm Chief of the Austro-Hungarian mitt- '.stry of war. P.. Clark of sister, Mrs LANDGROVE Mrs. -Milton 8mith is vi.Mtinjr hor .a ; . i a i 1 I mot nor. Mrs. Mirau Austin, in uiiiien. M ass. Mr. and Mrs. (lei re Boston have visited her Milton Smith. Mrs. Knimn Cook and grandchild Helen, have returned to their home in Thoinpsoiibur. Mrs. Laura Woodward of Massaehu setts is visitintr her trranddaujihter Mrs. ,1. K. Thompson t i ves. Miss Clara Woodward and Miner Fi'iin came by automeddle from Need ham. Mass.. and spent Sunday in town isitine; relatives, returning home day. Mrs. Mason Aldrieh and aunt. Mrs Kmmu Coed-;, with the two children Mane and Helen. Msited relatives in Manchester and Dorset from I ridav to Sunday.' On Saturday, Sept. ,. B. A. Chandlc of the Vermont forestry service held mi'etinir and rra've an address in the town hall. He also L'ave forestry dem oustrations in near-by forests Mr. and Mrs. James Barton went Sunday to Rutland to visit their daugh ter. Mrs. Aaron Sheldon, and to attend the Rutland fair. Mr. and Mrs. Shel don e-ame after them with their auto mobile. and other rela Mon Spain has a large number of blind persons in proportion to population. BONDVILLE. Mr. Wellman, who has been ill. is little more comfortable. Mrs. David Slade and Mrs. John P.olste were in Manchester Saturday. , The Bondville fair will le held Sept. P,0 at the same place as heretofore. John Holster will beuin making eich early in October with a new outfit. Carl Robinson has his house so nearly finished that he has moved his family into it. A party of friends from Boston came in Get Next to a REAL FAIR This Year Ga'OEJT hite River Junction Sept. 15, 16, 17, 18, 1914 v Eighth Annual Exhibition Only eight years old, but the best in New England. Come this year and see the "Best ever. t Great Track Events Racing entries exceed all previous records. All events rilled. $5,000 in Purses Morgan Horse Exhibition Biggest show of Morgans in the East. A treat for all lovers of good horses. Big Cattle and Livestock Shov Bigeest entries on record. This department is one of the best in the East. I Free Vaudeville Good Midway Ample Accommodations The railroads, hotels, White River Board of a Trade and State Fair Railroad, all organized to care for the crowds. Premium list free by writing F. L. DAVIS, Sec. GREATEST FAI M NEW ENGLAND H Insurance Service Every member of the office force of this agency has had from eight to twenty-five years' experience and we are therefore able to give you expert advice and service. No charge for consultation. H. E. TAYLOR & SON Crosby Block iin juitninohile and were week-end quests iit .f. diihniiii's. Mr. and Mrs. On in lhii nap and son, llerhert. of West Townshend. isiled at l!ert Ihoiity'.s last week. Mi-ses Ethel and Ahhie .Johnson re turned to iSoston Sunday in an automo- hile, alter spending their vacation lieie with their parents. Mrs. I. Davenpott, who spent nearly all the summer at l!ert I'nnitv's. went to Hrattlilioro Tuesday. Later she will m to Philadelphia to spend the winter. WEST TOWNSHEND. not as well, he- a hunzalow Mrs. Nellie Ihn roughs ing eoiitined to her hod. Harold C (Jale is Imildiii; on his land near A. Kelclfs. John II. Ueddin-f maile a husiiies trip to lktithind the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Hawks of Wind ham spent Sunday at dohn Keddiim"s. Mr. and Mrs. (. K. lhiniap and son, Ilerheit, siH iit a part of the week in M.in ehester. Hiiifh Stratton was at home oer Sun day from Windham, where he is working j for Frank Pelham. j Mr. and .f.rs. Charles . Kiml.all at j tended the eonvention of the Windham eoiinty Congregational ehureh in West minster West Wednesday, Central Vermont Ry, Corrected to June 22, 1911. Trains Leave Brattleboro. 7.00 u.in. l'xeept Sunday. For South Londonderry. 4.i'-j a. in Daily. Seashore Expiess for New Loudon. y.UO a. m. Kxeept Suudav. l,r New York. a. m. Daily. For South Lou. loa der ry. 10.10 a. tn. Kxeept Sunday. For New London. 4.00 p. in. Exeept Sunday. For New London and New York via. the Norwieh Line Steamers. COO p. m. Kxeept Sunday. Local for South Londonderry. CARL F. CAIN Merchant Tailor Brattleboro Vermont Covered Button M&de. DOINGS OF THE VAN LOONS Grace's wedding day seems to be chuck full of troubles. THIS IS THE.. x CSAll-OR'S HOME-A VAN HAT KIN I , J MAs C&coso cfRc6! OR THOSE THA.T Min U4oiP THIS THE. AOREiV') ALK TO THR. MH VOU vlT M AND DON'T 1 oi Block BWCK W-RErHEyCO llR fc I&i2rf V I! W6TEf VVHEB IS I bo , r,,.,t , ' I.TO IfcV S -rue PlNEiT JOBoP I'V .r" IKJ ADVERTTSC YOUU WANTS LN TUB BET0&MEB