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THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY REFORMER." FRIDAY. .3IAX19J.922.
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS 5 cents a line first insertion; 2 cents a line each subsequent Insertion. Cash in Advance. Minimum Charge, 20 cents. WANTED. WANTED Good plain cook. 14 Ctaa- nin Kf- , . . 65-tf WANTED Girl 44 High St. for second work. G5-tf VVATP.n Tpnmntpr nn farm. L. M. Bills, Putney, Vt. 03-82 WANTED Good one horse lumber urn vnn V "P. Rirhnrdson Co. 2o-tf .TU&VU . ... . WANTED Girl to help with house work. 14S Canal St. Tel. lOlo-M. to-tt wivTEn TTrviiKMitiniri?. and lawns to mow for the season, lei. o-x. wu w I X'TTn nit fnt- vcnprnl house- work. Inquire 14 Prospect bt.f lei. WANTED Furnished cottage . at Snofford Lake from June 7 to 21. Call r.7-V b'J-tl tl'' A V-T'irT'k H'rnnnn for- CCnCral nncairnrt Afrs. DaVld GrOVC 11)1 r-noi s- 68-tf WANTED Competent girl for gen- i v,TI-b- Air Tj. II. Plummer. ritti uuuscnv n. ' - " Tl, AKhtf Tol. 22). W)-tf WAKTFin Comnetent girl for gen- eral housework, goou wages, .airs, xj. ITnWon 8 TArk Place. 58-tf FOR SALE. FOR SALE Table and baby's crib. Ill Hiirh St. 06-70 FOR SALE Garden loam at 48 Canal St. F. M. Shaw. G0-70 FDR SALE Galvanized roofing. Fitch Plnmbin & Heating Co. 19-tf LOAM FOR SALE The Grant Gran- ite Co., 24-26 So. Main St. 44-tf FOR KALE HaTd stove wood. S9 per oord. Mrs. F. Sears. Tel. 17-24. 62-73 FOR SALE Dry wood. R. II. Briggs, Guilford St. Telephone 563-U. 50-7'J" I rtrv sT vrr x-TtrrvA Kpnmstrpsa for nrivate family" References required. Mrs. Nellie Shewan, Cold Spring on Hudson, New York. . C5-70 WANTED Chairs to cane and refin ish. G. W. Person, 50 Clark St., for merly at 46. Drop me a card or call 139-Y. 66-71 WANTED Two unfurnished rooms for light housekeeping, with bath. Must be centrally located. Address "R," Re former. 50-tf WANTED Two outside house paint ers at once. Write, 'phone or come ready to work. O. It. Crosier, Shelburne Falls. Mass. 66-70 waktrti One or two nassengers to Springfield, Mass., every &araraay axter noon, back Sunday afternoon. A. E. Park. Tel. 423. 32-tf WANTED Three or four men for White Pine Blister Rust work. Keport at Princess Apartments between 4 and r tM nftprnoon. 60-70 "WAXTKn Lawn trimmine and erad- - . am . 1 ing, hedge trimming, snruD pruning, ana all kinds of landscape work ; also cement work. 'Phone connections. Call eve nings or drop a card to IL F. Deyo, 30 fk St. 51-tf WAVTF.T1 On Juno 1st. a girl for general housework at Summer Camp four miles from Brattleboro. Must be good cook. Apply Tuesday and Wednesday afternoons, May 16 and 17, at 19 Ter race St. Mrs. Henry VanKleeck. 65-tf FOR SALE Soft wood slabs, $4.50 a load. Holden & Martin Lumber Co. 19-tf FOR SALE! Furniture and ranges, new and second-hand, at J. B. Dunton's. FOR SALE Scotch collie puppies. D. W. Allen, Newfane, Vt. Tel. 24-13. ,. , 63-68 FOR SALE Five-room cottage house, modern improvements. Inquire 9 West St 66-71 . FOR SALE Long Ford truck, bar gain, price low. J. E. Bushnell, 94 Elliot St 59-tf FOR SALE Dry hard wood, split or chunks. IL N. Newcomb, Guilford, Vt. TeL 17-16. 1-tf FOR SALE White eggs, 75c a doz. Paul Tel. 432-R. Rock hatching L. Richardson. 39-tf FOR SALE Auto trailer, $10 as it is. Fred C. Brown, 6 Bullock St. Phone 294 -J. 65-tf FOR SALE Day old chicks. It. I. Reds, 20c. each. R. A. Newton, Dum merston, Tel. 341-2. ' 60-tf FOR SALE Strawberry plants, $1 per 100. Sample and Abington. Dwight Miller, R. 2, Putney, Vt. 65-70 FOR SALE Seven-room house, new and modern, big garage with garden. P. O. Box 51, Brattleboro. 65-60 SPECIAL NOTICES. SECOND HAND GOODS bought and sold. Tel. 795-W. 66-71 PUBLIC CAR for livery, day or night. E. II. Reed. Tel. 822 -J or 560. 12-tf N. M. HOWARD, 68 Williams St. Trucking and jobbing. Tel. 298-M or 633-W. 61-75 CHIROPODIST Dr. Briggs at Dr. Bailey's office, 207 Barber block, 'phone 606. Residence, 439-J. 1-tf PARCEL DELIVERY & LIGHT TRUCKING, any time, anywhere. W. F. Morse, 77 Elliot St. Tel. 750-M. 57-tf CALL UP 446-W for your painting and papering; all work guaranteed. Wall paper. William Shaw, 46 Maple St. 58-tf BARGAINS IN MAGAZINES Most favorable te.-m on single subscriptions or on reduced club rates. Send for booklet. Brattleboro News Co. L-tf PERCALE REMNANTS Light col ors, assorted pattern, 3-lb. bundle, about 16 yards, $1.75. Mrs. Walter Scott, 171 So. Lincoln street, Keene, N. H. 58-tf IF THE PERSON who took Id-fashioned rocker from veranda at 62 Central street Wednesday night will return it the owners will appreciate it, as the chair was an heirloom. 68-69 W. E. BARBER carries the entire line of the J. R. Watkins extracts, spices, toilet articles, automobile casings and tubes; none better, prices pleasing. 'Phone 367-Y and inquire about them. 04-tf MAGAZINES AT LOWEST PRICES Write me about what magazines you want for the coming year. I can get them for you at money saving prices. Sirs. G. M. Love. Magazine Specialist, South Newfane, t. 1-tf A MIDDLE-AGED American widow wishes position as housekeeper in wid ower's home, town house or farm. Good cook, clean worker. State wages per week in first letter. Address "American," care Reformer, Brattleboro, Vt. 67-69 SANDERS' BEAUTY SHOP, Room 16, Crosby Block. Swedish scalp treat ment a specialty. Manicuring, shampoo ing, hair dressing, marcel waving, fa cial massage. Hours 9 to 12 and 1 to 5. Mondays nd Thursdays 7 to 9 p. m. and by appointment, Tel 809-1. 46-tf TRAINER HENRY O'BRIEN now at,. Valley Fair grounds- I have had years of experience and give the best of enre to horses. Am open to take any outside horses that you would like to have trained. Also have a large assort ment of boots and bits and harnesses for sale. Henry O'Brien, trainer. 60-71 FOR SALE" White Pekin ducks' eggs for hatching. Ten cents each. Mrs. Rob ert G. Loomia, Putney, Vt. 52-82 FOR ' SALE Five-passenger Stude baker automobile in A No. 1 condition. L. R. H. Wagner, Tel. 276-M. 69-71 FOR SALE Thoroughbred Ilolstein '.bull, about 15 months old. Inquire Dr. E. 11. Lynch, Brattleboro, Vt. 69-74 FOR SALE Three spinning wheels more than 100 years old. Good condi tion. J. E. Bushnell, 94 Elliot St. 59-tf FOR SALE Registered Guernsey cow at moderate price, also yearling bull. Stowe Farm. West Brattleboro, Vt. 62-tf FOR SALE One Chevrolet touring car, good running condition, new tires. Call at 73 Frost St. Tel. 6S4-W. 6S-70 FOR SALE Lumber, dimension tim ber, board and shingles. Sawing and planing. B. L. Perry, R. 3, Brattleboro. 64-tf FOR SALE Building lots. Oak Grove Ave., Clark Ave., Park Side Ave., Guil ford road. Can suit you on location and price. C. E. Allen. 63-5-7-9 FOR SALE A fine driving horse, young but well broken. Easy terms if de sired. Also two good milch cows. For particulars telephone S06-X. 64-69 FOR SALE Several cottages and two tenement houses, modern improvements, also building lots. Inquire 13 Canal St., after r p. m. II. II. Ilildretn. 67-74 FOR SALE Cottage house at 67 Pine St. All modern improvements. Lot 66 x 208. All kinds of fruit and large garden. Call or 'phone 1S4-W. 64-tf FOR SALE Brass bed, springs, mat? tress, bureau, morris chair, folding screen and kitchen table. Will be sold very cheap. Call at 6 Chapin St. Tel. 173-W. 60-70 FOR SALE Several loads of well rotted manure for gardens and lawns, de livered or at the barn. Also your gar dens plowed and harrowed at a reason able rate. R. B. Longstaff, 154 Elliot St. Tel. 836-M. . 67-70 FOR SALE Ford seaan less than a year old. Guaranteed in first class con dition. Equipped with Alemite greasing system, carburetor control, dash light, spare tire, aluminum radiator cap and motor meter. Cash only. Inquire of E. II. Crane, Vermont Printing Co. 61-tf FOR SALE Purebred Ilolstein Frie sian bull calves by a good son of a $60, 000 bull and out of dam sired by a 30 lb. son of King Lyons. Price from $15 to $40, also one yearling and one two-year-old purebred ready for service. G. J. Perkins & Son, Rural 5, Brattleboro. Vt. 63-tf . SPECIAL SALE This week to close out the estate of the late D. T. Perry, comprising 1 parlor set of 5 pieces, 1 oak bedroom 6et, 1 good couch (nearly new), 1 good oak dining table, 1 large mirror, 1 Florence oil stove 3 burners (nearly new), 1 oil heater (good), 12 chairs, and other household articles. Also many tools for road and cement work. Prices right for quick sale at 211 Western Ave., Stowe house. II. B. Perry, Executor. 66-70 LOST. LOST Bone rimmed glasses. Finder please return to Dr. Rice's office. 67-69 LOST Boston Terrier, female, color black with white markings. Reward, ffei. Putney 63-3. 69-74 LOST Monday afternoon on Elliot or Main streets, dark gray spring overcoat. Leave at Reformer Office and receive re ward. 67-69 - LOST Between Maple St. and A. 'Knapp's store large sum of money. Finder please return to Reformer office and receive reward. 60-70 , ,f book containing sum of money and auto mobile registration card issued to George - ' T ... I It 1 a. l former Office. 68-70 FOUND. FOUND Female dog. Owner can have by calling at 76 Green St., Brattle boro. 63-68 Carney's Auto Service .DAY OR NIGHT SI Thomas Street, TeL C81-B t FOR SALE Cement blocks. Any quantity, for 1-room house or 10 houses. Cheaper than brick, look better, never crumble, grow harder with age, no frost or dampness on walls in winter as on solid concrete. Cost less than solid forms. Look far more mechanical. O. E. Allen. . 63-5-7-9 FOR SALE My horse, Frank, 14 years old, black, weight estimated 1,200. will work anywhere, on plow, mowing machine, or cultivator. Good driver, mak ing a fine appearance on the street, and is gentle, a combination not often found in a horse. Also Thompson , two-seater and harness. Wilfred Harris, Brattle boro Retreat. 50-tf FOR SALE My eight-room, fur nished cottage at Lake Spofford, known as Camp Idlewilde. Two stone fireplaces, sleeping porch, commodious piazza. One hundred feet lake front with excellent sand beach. Grounds surrounded by a stone wall, making it an excellent place for children. Two garages accommodat ing three cars. Excellent boating, fish ing and hunting. Within one-half mile of Pine Grove Springs Hotel where there is an ideal golf course. Inquire of Dr. E. It. Lynch, Brattleboro. Vt. 60-74 FOR SALE HORSES Another con signment of Iowa chunks arrived May 13. Matched pairs that are matched, not two odd horses put together and called a pair. Single horses that are broke single. Have 5 pair bay, browns, and olacks, 3000 to 3500 ; 5 pairs 2500 to 3000 including one extra fancy pair gray mares 2000. Balance single horses 1150 to 1775. The best are the cheapest as they wear the longest and give the most satisfaction. . All horses sold with a full guarantee and must be as represented. Guilford & Wood Horse Co., Shelburne Falls, Mass. Tel. 19-3. 65-69 TO RENT. TO RENT Upstairs room at 6 Clark St. 69-74 TO RENT Modern furnished room in private family. 11 Horton Place. 69-74 TO TiFI'VT Furnished rooms to rent. not for light housekeeping. 7 Eels Court, , 54-tf TO RENT Room, hot and cold water, lectric lights, toilet connected. E. A. Chamberlain, 50 So. Main St. TeL 181-Y. 60-tf TO RENT Large front room, fur nished ; man and wife preferred. Call after 6 p. m. Mrs. Thomas Winn, 3 Elm St. . 62-tf TO RENT Two-roora apartment with kitchenette, steam heat, continuous hot water. Wheel Club block- Apply Frank E. Barber or C. L. Young. 67-tf Business Men Want Eco nomic Co-operation . Es tablished Abroad ' 1 l asGEcaase AMERICA MUST i i v jr-i jr a , nrv r i 1 iauwu 1 1 usiJl 1 CONSULT EUROPE " mm 3bu ADMINISTRATION TOO SUSPICIOUS 3 v u Mf 0 - ' Gamble with cheap paint if you want to but don't put the blame on the painter TIE property owner who paints with cheap paint, simply bets that he'll have better luck than the average. The odds are always against him. More so than ever, now that prices are down and there's added tempta tion to cheapen cheap materials still further. ; ' You can take any chance you want to. It's your own money. But, before you do it, at least give your painter a chance to tell you what happens when , you won't let him use good, , honest paint and varnish. Whether the floors need varnish ing or the whole house a new dress, talk it over with the painter. Hell tell you that it pays to use good, honest materials. BREINIG BROTHERS' paints and varnishes backed, too, by the practical knowl edge and quality ideals of three gen erations of paint makers. close to her head and fired, the discharge causing instant death. Some of the stolen money was found in the Negro's pockets. Negro Hanged in Texas. , CONROE, Texas, May 10. The body of a young, Negro was found by Grimes county farmers swinging to a , tree by the roadside near Plantersville yesterday. The Negro, who was known by the name of Early, apparently had been lynched Wednesday night. , . . . . ,. Early was taken by officers Monday night when screams of a young .white eirl. whom it was reported he -was at tempting to attack, aroused the neigh borhood. He was placed in jail at An derson, but escaped Tuesday night. Sev eral searching parties and a sheriff's nosse were formed. Some of the search ers apparently captured the Negro Wednesday night and lynched him. TOWNSIIEND. CHAS. F. S3 Main TETJ. 38 S8 Main BREIMIG!BROTHEM FOR LASTING BEUITYVFROTECIIOH Carl A. Mitchell , , .UNDERTAKER, Lady Assistant 1 80 Main Street Telephone 8S4-W or 834-R BUICK One 5-Passenger Tour ing. Run 17,000 miles. Good condition. Franklin Sales and Service Co. Wilhelm E. Stcllman Philip B. Putnam Saddle Horses for Hire BROOKS HOUSE STABLE (R. L. Brooks, Prop.) Competent Instructor Phones Stable 300 . R. L. Brooks 5.1-X Instructor 6-M New Buick Six for Livery Day or Night Long or Short Trips Prices Right R. E. ABBOTT, Tel. 171-W PIANO TUNING J. M. Perry, 92 So. Main St TeL 1118-W Husband and Wife My husband swears in front of the minister. Emma L. What Does Tour Husband Do? Copyright, 1921, George Matthew Adam We'll Surely Make a Hit with ball players with our bats, balls, gloves, catchers' masks, protectors, etc. They are the real things for real players. Even our ball good for boys are a de light to those enthusiastic youngsters. And vet tuiTe struck out all the high prices. They're not in the came here, H. M. WOOD The Old Reliable Sporting Goods Man 61 Main Street Tel 708-M BRATTLEBORO. VT. WANTED Several Low Priced Farms For which we have customers waiting. We also have three customers for small cottage houses in Brattleboro. E. A. STROUT FARM AGENCY L. W. Jackman, 217 Western Ave. Hudson for Sale 7-rassenger Touring Car. In good run ning order. Trice $550. F. D. DUNCAN, Bradley Tlace. North St. Cannot Continue to See Politics In Eu ropean Conference Think Debts of Allied Nations Should Not Be Col lected in FuIL . By DAVID. LAWRENCE . Copyright 1922. WASHINGTON, . May 19. America must sit down and talk things over with Europe; a basis for economic co-operation must be found; the United States cannot afford to play a waiting game too long this is the sentiment of . the majority of the delegates to the conven tion of the United States chamber of commerce as reflected not only in pub lic discussion but private comments. A gathering of business men of the type here today is not usual in the na tional capital .and what, is being said on the subject of international relations Carries more weight because the chamber of commerce is non -political and non partisan. Republicans in the conven tion of businessmen are as outspoken in their conviction that America must Ilay a more active part as are Demo crats. Incidentally the criticism of the Republicans by Democrats is one of the most significant things one hears- in the lobbies , where the business men are gathered. While, the criticism is mostly directed at the slow speed of congress and its factionalism, enough is said about the hesitation of President Harding to lead congress to indicate that business men want more action and less drifting. Those who have supposed that congress alone was the subject of scrutiny would be disillusioned to hear what tne business men are saying about the need for more action on the part of tne cniei executive and more positive leadership in international affairs. American Prosperity Involved'. As one influential business man ex pressed it, the administration cannot constantly imagine the European prob lem is political but must sooner or later realize that it is economic and that it bji"cis .American prosperity, xhe view is repeatedly expressed that when a problem of critical importance faces business men they do not write letters to each other but sit down and talk it over. "Business men are especially iraaers," saia one of the chamber ' They make progress bv mutual conces sion. They at least tell each other what they are willing to do. Otherwise we shall get nowhere. It 's all very well to say we shall wait untif Europe is stable but we must show what we are ready to no so we can help stabilize. There is a small group of delegates here who do not share the views thev believe in lettinor things drift and wait ing for the political parties to develop their policies. They think business can make progress through high tariffs and the lowest, wages possible. Their .eyes are focussed on a policy of economic iso lation. They are indifferent to the talk of profit in foreign trade. Sympathy with Hughes and Hoover. ; Apart from this email i?roup, however, the animated conversations of the dele gates on all. questions -ranging from a settlement ot the Kussian problem American representation on the reoara- tions commission and a sneedv disnosi- tion of the assets of aliens still held by the alien-property custodian, indicate clearly that there is more sympathy with the policies of Secretaries HiipW and Hoover, who are constantly referred to as "appreciating the realities of the situation," than with other members of the administration. .- ... Much of the informal discussion has turned on the subject of the allied debt. The process of funding it has hardly, be gun out Dusmess men say those who imagine the debt can be collected in fnl should be prepared for a disappointment. These same business leaders insist that before the matter is disposed of America will find herself discounting the debt to a certain extent or at least arranging the payments so that it amounts to the same thing. , . What these business mpn 1cppt savin is that the purchasing power of Europe must oe restored and that when it is American ... agricultural products- and manufactured goods will find a splendid market and America will feel a decided stimulus resulting in expansion of facili tics and work for the unemployed. To raise the purchasinz power of Europe, it is insisted the United States govern ment must lend a helping hand. Dele gates differ a to a formula btit the con census of opinion is that the United States must help finance the formula and not expect Europe to do all the suggesting. Telfer & McKay Brattleboro's Oldest Reliable Hardware Store Conference Delegates Return. The automobile load of delegates to the older girls' conference at St. Johnsbury returned to the village at 7 o'clock Mon day evening in good spirits and singing heartily the convention song, Follow the Gleam. The sessions were reported in spiring and greatly worth while and the friendly cordiality of the people of St. Johnsbury, as well as the beauty of the city itself, was highly praised. The 10 deleeates. with their chape rone, Mrs. O W. Follett, and I. S. Sayre as chauffeur, started from here at 8 a. m., Saturday morning going up the Connecticut from Bellows Falls, reaching St. Johnsbury at 4.30 p. m. A stop was made at Windsor, where they , visited the house in which the con stitution of Vermont was adopted... On the return trip a route was taken to Montpelier, where the state house was visited. From there they followed the White river to the junction and down the Connecticut home. As accommoda tions at St. Johnsbury were limited, dele gations from all over the state had to be cut and for this reason the tjhree last on the list, who would have joined the other girls, Margaret Boyden, Ruth Rogers and Carolyn. Hyde of Newfane, Were disappointed in having to remain at home. Sheep Fertilizer' ; - - ... In order to close out our stock of Sheep Fertilizer we are offering the same at $2.50 per Bag of 100 pounds each for LAWN ENRICHMENT There is nothing to surpass it. If you want to see real results in the enrichment of your lawn BUY SHEEP FERTILIZER. We are also selling Garden Fertilizer and Nitrate of Soda. if if II ! TELFER & MCKAY 10 Main St. Brattleboro, Vu SATISFACTORY SERVICE Earl Tuttle has finished work at Hins dale, N. II., and is at home. A meeting of the Community club will be held at the town hall Monday evening at 8 o'clock. Haynes Saunders and grandson. Floyd Cudworth, and Ernest Whitney went Monday to Jirookhne, where they will help build a large barn for Amos Puffer. At the county meeting of the American Legion at South Londonderry Tuesday evening plans were made for organizing a post in this town. Resolutions to that effect were drawn up and signed by the lownshend men present- By invitation of Rev. . W. II. Nobbs, pastor, members of Birchard Grand Army post and allied organizations will attend church in a body at the Baptist church in Townshend the morning of Memorial .Sunday, May 2S. This invita tion includes members of Birchard oman s Relief corps. Sons of Veterans, and all soldiers and sailors of the World war or Spanish war. Church services be gin at 11 a. m. DUMMERSTON. Mr. and Mrs. John N lies, . Mr. and Mrs. P. T. Laughton and James Curtin enjoyed an automobile trip to Newfane Sunday. . . Mrs. Eunice Whitney, who has been confined to her chair with a broken hip for more . than a year, has not been as well lately. Joseph Galvin is making, a good re covery from the serious operation he un derwent May 6. His nurse, Mrs. Edith Lawrence, was called back to the Mel hose hospital Monday. Mrs. Lilian Reed. Miss Rena Smith L. L. Stark and Harold Reed motored to Springfield (Vt), Sunday. Miss Miriam Reed returned home with them and went to New lork city Monday. Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Wellington of lrattleboro came last week to spend the summer at. their farm. Mrs. Welling ton has presented the North district school an organ, which is much appre ciated by teacher and pupils. A Roast. , Waiter (to guest who has been wait wg a long time) Did you ring the bell sirr Guest No. I was merely tolling it: thought you were dead. Boston Tran script. Do You Need Water ? Write or Phone ARTESIAN WELL CO, OF N. II. . Contractors for Drilled Wells Office: Merchants Bank Bidg., Dover, N. II. TeL 662-R Woodward's Orchestra (Formerly Played with Davenport) E. W. WOODWARD Tel. 52-W - 121 So. Main St. John C. Brownell, Jeweler Clocks and .Watches Neatly Cleaned and Repaired at a Reasonable Price . , Work Guaranteed Satisfactory Drop me a card and I will call for and return the work. 15 Chestnut Street,; Brattleboro, Vt. TeL 413-R. HENRY C. CULVER 78 Main Street ELECTRIC WIRING SUPPLIES AND APPLIANCES Leave orders with W. J. Pentland. Edward F. Leitzinger Fiano Tuner Phone 388-31,- after 6 p. in.. CARL F. CAIN MERCHANT TAILOR 138 Mala Street TORTURE NEGRO BOY, BURN HIM AT STAKE Charged With Killing . White Woman- Part of Stolen Money Found In His Pockets. DAVISBORO. Ga., May 10. Charles Atkins, a Negro, 15 years old, one of four taken into custody , yesterday in connection with the killing of Mrs. Eliz abeth Kitchens, 20 years old, was burned at the stake last night. . The lynching occurred at the scene of the murder and followed an alleged con fession from the ,13-year-old prisoner. He was tortured over a slow fire for 15 min utes and then, shrieking with pain, was questioned concerning his accomplices. . Atkins was said to have implicated another Negro boy. but. to have exoner ated his own brother, whose name had been connected with the , crime in a statement made soon after his arrest. Members, of the mob, comprising nearly 2,000 people, then raised the body again, fastened . it to a pine tree with trace chains and relighted the fire. More than 200 shots were fired into the charred body following the boy's death. Following the lynching of Atkins the mob started out on a search for the Ne gro he had named & his accomplice. Mrs. Kitchens .was shot and instantly killed about four miles from here yes terday when she stopped to place a let ter in a mail box at a farm house. The Negro hid beside the road, and when Mrs. Kitchens stopped her car he boarded it and attempted to rob her. Be fore she could use the pistol she carried in the ear to protect the mails, the Ne gro is said to have placed a shotgun Automobile Service ; Run on Eastern Standard .Time Townshend and Brattleboro DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY 1st trip 2d trip a. m. 11.30 11.50 IjJA K a. in. Townshend, Duckett's Store, 0.45 Newfane Inn, 7.00 p. m. 12.05 12.20 12.40 4.15 4.35 4.50 5.10 5.25 Williamsville Station, 7.15 West Dummerston Store, 7.30 Arrive Brattleboro, ; 7.45 LEAVE Brattleboro, Root's Phar'cy, 9.15 West Dummerston Store, 9.35 Williamsville Statiou, 0.55 Newfane Inn, 10.10 Arrive Townshend, 10.25 Order Book at Root's Pharmacy .Brattleboro, Vt. I. S. SAYRE, TOWNSHEND, VT. Telephone, Newfane 34-31 We handle trunks and express. Trucking and cars for hire. Extra trips beyond Townshend at reasonable rates. JITNEY SERVICE South Londonderry and Brattleboro. WEEK-DAYS Orders may be left at or telephoned to Brattleboro Drug Co. (5G0) or River side Inn, South Londonderry. Leave a. m. So. Londonderry, Riverside Inn... 8.00 Rawsonville. Corners 8.20 Jamaica, Allen House ........... 8.40 E. Jamaica, Postoffice 8.50 W. Townshend. (irout & Dean Store 0.00 Townshend. Phillips' Store 9.20 Newfane, Eames' Store 9.40 W. Dummerston, store 10.10 Arrive Brattleboro Drug Co. Store 10.30 Leave p. m. Brattleboro Drug Co. Store. 4.30 W. Dummerston, store ........... 4.50 Newfane, Eames' Store 5.20 Townshend, Phillips' Store ....... 5.40 W. Townshend, Grout & Dean Store 6.00 E. Jamaica. Postoffice ........... 6.10 Jamaica. Allen House 6.25 Rawsonville, Corners 6.45 Arrive Londonderry, Riverside Inn 7.00 ARTHUR AMSDEN -Newfane, Yt, April 25. 1922. Quality Goes All Way Through Post's Ice Cream Try It And Be Convinced. Flavors French Vanilla French Pistachio American Vanilla Maple Walnut Chocolate Fresh Fruit Straw berry Lemon Sherbet Orange Sherbet. Keep Well "Posted"' By Reading This Ad. And Keep Well By Eating Post's Ice Cream. Wholesale or Retail Deliveries Made Tel. 411-W 75 Elliot Street. Garden Seeds Have full line of best qual ity seeds. Prices are cheaper this year. Order of us and save money. ; C. N. BOND, Florist Tel. 752 FIRE v ACCIDENT Insurance Agency Wilder BIdg., Brattfeborb LIABILITY LIFE BROCKS HOUSE G. E. Sherman Manager SAFE DEPOSIT BOX To protect your valuables against fire, tneft or loss. Yearly rentals as low as $2 PEOPLES NATIONAL BANK FRANK A. SNOW Violin Teacher Call TeL 678-31 10 Putney