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THE ItttATTLEBORO DAILY REFORMER; FRIDAY MAY 6, 1922.
3 X CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS 5 cents a line first Insertion; 2i cents line Mich Bubsequcot Inwrthm. Cash in Advance. Minimum Charge, 20 ccnU. WANTED. WANTED Good plain cook. 14 Cha- pin St. 5tf WAVTKH Teamster on farm. I M. ' Rill. Putney. Yt. (Vl-S'i WANTED Good one horse lumber wagon. W. F. Richardson Co. WANTED Housework by day or hour. Address "Work," care Reformer. WANTED To buy fresh ejres in case lots. Thos. Allen, 74 Greene St., Sprinft fifld; Mass. T2:'' WANTED Work by the hour or the dav. Mrs. Anna Liridsey, Tel. 100S-Y, t) Church Place. 71- VVANTEDCompetent girl for gen eral housework, good wages. Mrs. Jj- E. Holden, 8 Park Place. fS- WANTED Children to board, girls preferred; good home. lxck Box Bernardston, Mass. Tel. 5.1-4. 4-J WANTED Position as housekeeper or seamstress, by competent J11? Address "K,'K care Reformer. 4-0 WANTED To exchange a new phon ograph for a second hand piano. Address Pox Si), Reformer Office. 77-7S Mon.Tues.-tf WANTED Chairs to enne and retin ish U. W. Person, 50 Clark St., for-m.-rlv at 40. Drop me a card or call i:i'.)-Y. i.i-S . x-ti.m TSvTi nnfnrnlshed rooms for light housekeeping, with bath Must 1h centrally located. Address farmer oO-tf "V'ANTED By an elderly lady, posi tion as housekeeper in small family or nurse for semi invalid. Box 18 care Reformer. 71-70 WANTED One or two passengers to Springfield. Mass.r every Saturday after noon, back Sunday afternoon. A. L. Park. Tel. 423. 33-tf WANTED Girl for general clerical work, including some typewriting and stenography. Apply to Mr. Hamilton, , Iwltfwl. Tnvlor 'o. 74-tf WANTED TO LEASE or would buy on easy terms a 12-cow farm before hay ing. George Morris, West Brattleboro. Vt. 'Phone 211-12. 74-7C WANTED By high school girl, !osi tion doing clerical work. Knows book keeping, typewriting and stenography. Address Office Assistant, care Reformer Office . 75-70 WANTED Lawn trimming and grad ing, hedge trimming, shrub pruning, and all kinds of landscape work ; also cement work. 'Phone connections. Call eve nings or drop a card to H. F. "Deyo, 30 Oak St. 51-tf WANTED To rent with option of purchase, cottage house with one to five acres of land within two miles of Brat tleboro village. Send description of prop erty and terms by letter to A. J. II- care Reformer. 7.i-SU WANTED TO LEASE my 200-acre farm to a reliable party, crops and some stock included, two miles from West Brattleboro. Must act quickly. Might consider selling. F. E. Gaminell, West Brattleboro, Vt. 'Phone 211-12. 74-7G WANTED On June 1st, a girl for general housework at Summer Campfour miles from Brattleboro. Must be good cook. Apply Tuesday and Wednesday afternoons, May 10 and 17, at 19 Ter race St. Mrs. Henry VanKleeck. 65-tf "WANTED Young or middle-aged woman for keeping house and caring for invalid in family of three. Nice home and all modern conveniences. None but strong, capable persons need apply. Steady work and good home for right party. State wages expected. Box 347, .Wilmington, Vt. 75-77 FOR SALE, FOR SALE Set of dishes and hljh chair. 12 locst St. , 73-75 FOR 8A1TE Galvanised roofing. Fitch Plumbing & Heating Co, llMf "LOAM FOR SALE The Grant Grau 5tp C., 24-20 So. .Main St 4-I-tf FUU sXLrTl )ne "large afe. Walter S. Pratt. Brattleboro, Vt. 74-tf FOR SALE Sft wood slabs, $4.50 a Joad. Holden & Martin Lumber Co. lOtf FOlFALlj Furniture and range, new and second-hand, at J. B. Dunton'a. FOR SALE Five-room cottage house, modern improvements. Inquire i) Went St; r 72-83 FOR SALE Last clock wood, $10 per cord delivered. Telephone your orders to L'GX. t 74-tf FOR " SALE Long Ford truck, bar gain, price low. J. E. Bushnell, 04 Elliot St , t 50-tf FOR SALE Dry hard wood, split or chunks. 11. N. Newcomb, Guilford, Vt Tel. 17-10. 1-tf FlVli'SALE Pair Eskimo pups, male and female, 10 weeks old. Ernest Mel len, Tel. 455-W. 75-77 FOR SALE Acorn gas stove, 4 jets and shnmerer, oven and broiler, W. S. Pratt. 15 Walnut St. 74-70 FOR SALE Indian motorcycle, fully equipped and in excellent condition. C. N. George, 11 Linden St. . 72-81 FOR SALE Seven-room house, new and modern, big garage with garden. P. O. Box 51,' Brattleboro. 71-70 FOR SALE White Pekin ducks' eggs for hatching. Ten cents each. Airs. Rob ert G. Loomis. Putney, Vt. 52-82 FOR SALE Indian motorcycle and side car. Overhauled and painted. B. E. Jeffery. Tel. 820-X or 207-M. 71-70 SPECIAL NOTICES. CASH PAID for wool at the Richard son Market. 72-tf PUBLIC CAR for livery, day or night E. H. Reed. Tel. S22-J or 500. 12-tf N. M. HOWARD. 68 Williams St. Trucking and jobbing. Tel. 208-M or 6,'13-W. 04-75 R. E. ABBOTT, long or short automo bile trips at reasonable prices. Tel. 171-W or 202. 71-79 CHIROPODIST Dr. Briggs at Dr. Bailey's offloe, 207 Barber block, 'phone COO. 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. all paper. William Shaw, 40 Maple St. 58-tf EARN' WEEKLY INCOME address ing envelopes, spare time. Instructions 10c. Commercial Agency, Portland, Conn. 73-70 ORDERS TAKEN for evergreen wreaths for Memorial day. 3o cents, 'Phone 14-21 or write Wakesha Farm, West Brattleboro. 74-70 BARGAINS IN MAGAZINES Mot favorable term on single subscriptions or on reduced club rates. Send for booklet, Brattleboro News Co. 1-tf PERCALE REMNANTS Light col ora, assorted pattern, 3-lb. bundle, about 10 yards, $1.75. Mrs. Walter Scott, 171 So. Lincoln street, Keene, N. II. 58-tf A LADY with quiet pleasant home with modern improvements would like a few boarders for the summer months; can be accommodated a week or more as you wish. Alice Nolan, West Brat tleboro, Tel. 101S-R. T2-7V 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. Mrs. G. M. Love. Magazine Specialist, South Newfane, Vt 1-tf SANDERS' BEAUTY SHOP, Room lo, tjrosby liiock. swedisn scalp treat ment a specialty. Manicuring, shampoo ing, hair dressing, marcel waving, fa cial massage. Hours 9 to 12 and 1 to 5. Mondays and Thursdays 7 to 9 p. m. and by appointment Tel 809-1. 46-tf FOR SALE White Leghorn and Ply mouth Rock yearling hens. Lester S. Barber, Guilford, Tel. 724-M. 75-80 FOR SALE Three hp. Gray motor for boat. In good running order. Price $35. Call evenines. 20 Elm St. 72-tf FOR SALE Three spinning wheels more than 100 years old. Good condi tion. J. E. Bushnell, 94 Elliot St. 50-tf FOR SALE Lumber, dimension tim ber, board and shingles. Sawing and planing. B. L. Perry, It. 3, Brattleboro. 64-tf FOR SALE Two building lots on Maple street. Large quantity of good sand on lots. Price reasonable. Fred J. Adams, 6 Vine St. 71- FOR SALE Cottage house at 67 Pine St. All modern 1 improvements.- Lot 60 x 208. All kinds of fruit and large garden. Call or 'phone 184-W. 64-tf FOR SALE One or pair good young work horses. Would exchange for Guernsey cows or driving horse. How ard Bros., Guilford, Vt. Tel. 10-12. 74-tf FOR SALE High topped organ. Woodstock make, Estey reeds, first-class condition. Price very reasonable. In quire N. P. Emery, West Brattleboro. Tel. 13-32. 73-78 FOR SALE Horse, young and sound. weight 1350 lbs., good driver, also an ex cellent worker; will work single or double eitlier side the pole. Can be seen after ; at S West St. 74-70 FOR SALE One Stewart sheen shearing machine, nearly new. . price one b-gallon barrel churn, price ; nine cane seated chairs. $1 ear-b. E. A. Fitts, West Brattleboro, Vt. 750 FOR SALE Ford one ton truck in first class condition, with express body, price $300. Reasonable terms, or would consider a good touring car or roadster in exchange. Address '"Car," care Reformer. 40 FOR SALE Nearly new Harley Davidson motorcycle with side car. Has been run about 800 mlies, electrical equipment, 1022 J. D. model with 74 motor. For other information write Verne II. S pa rks, Weston, Vt. 73-77 FOR SALE Nine-room house and 3 building lots, good location. House sold with or without lots. Price reasonable and terms very easy. Will exchange for standing timber or farm property. Brat tleboro Grain Co. 'Phone 027. 75-tf FOR SALE Ford aeaan 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. H. Crane, Vermont Printing Co. 61-tf FOR SALE Purebred Holstein Frie sian bull calves by a good son of a $00, 000 bull and out of dam sired by a 30 1b. son of King Lyons. Price from $15 to $40, also one 'yearling and one two-year-old purebred ready for service. Cf. J. I'erkins & Son, Rural 5, Brattleboro, Vt G3-tf TO RENT. 1 TO RENT Upstairs room at 6 Clark St 60-74 TO RENT Furnished room, 100 High St. Tel. 327-R. 73-75 TO RENT Work shop in rear WiT lliston Walker block. Call DeWitt Gro cery Co., Tel. 610. 75-tf TO RENT Room, hot and cold water, lectrie lights, toilet connected. E. A. Chamberlain, 50 So. Main St Tel. 181-Y. 60-tf TO RENT Large rront room, fur nished; man and wife preferred. Call after 0 p. m. Mrs. Thomas Winn, 3 Kim St , 62-tf TO RENT Two-room apartment with kitchenette, steam heat, continuous hot water. Wheel Club block. Apply Frank E. Barber or&L Young. . . 67-tf LOST. WANTED Several Low Priced Farms For which we have customers waiting. We also have three , customers for small cottage houses -in Brattleboro. E. A. STR0UT FARM AGENCY lu W. Jackman, 217 Western Ave. Do You Need Water ? Write or Phone ARTESIAN WELL. CO, OF N. il. Contractors for Drilled Wells Office: Merchants' Bang Bldg Dover, N. II. Tel. 662-K TRY THE REFORMER'S CLASSIFIED COLUMN LOST Between Main St. and Scott Farm by way of Putney and Lower Dura merston Roads, wire wheel with 30 by S1., tire mounted witJi lock and chain for Overland car. Suitable reward. Leave at Haskell's Garage, Brattleboro. 75-70 FOR SALE My Eight-Room Furnished 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 accommodating three cars. Excellent boating, fishing and hunting. Within one-half mile of Pine Grove Springs Hotel where there is an ideal golf course. Inquire of DR. E. R. LYNCH, Brattleboro, Vt. HENRY C. CULVER 78 Mafn Street ELECTRIC WIRING SUPPLIES AND APPLIANCES Leave orders with W. J. Pentland. 1 Cheap paint will never save you money Cheap Varnish, enamel and paint don't stand weax and. weather. Your . painter knows. Pay him a little more for good, honest materi- als, 1 , The practical knowl edge of three generations of quality paint and var nish makers goes into BREINIG BROTH ERS' Varnishes, Enam els and Paints. CHAS. F. MANM 38 Main TEL. 38 38 Main BROTHERS VAEMISHES.ENAMELS V PAINTS TOR LASTING BEAUTY PROTECTION 100 MANY ABSENT FROM CONGRESS Telf er & McKay Brattleboro's Oldest Reliable Hardware Store Senate Unable 16 Accotn- plish Business Because Senators Stay Away : WASHINGTON POST CRITICIZES THEM Carl A. Mitchell UNDERTAKER Lady Assistant 180 Main Street Telephone 834-W or 8-Vt-TC FOR SALE THIS WEEK ONLY Household Goods AT A SACRIFICE Large Substantial Office Des) MRS. C. O. TILTON South St. West Brattleboro, Vt. Tel. 277-J Not Enough Republicans Present ' for Quorum - Democrats Equally Indif ferent btit Absenteeism Is Injuring . O. P. Many Home 'Campaigning. riy nAvm lawkence. (Special Despatch to The Reformer.) Copyright 1022. WASHINGTON, May 2G. Absentee ism in the LnitPtl States senate has grown no neriouH that public business ctn hardly be transacted and the de bates arc listless. Even no staunch a supporter of the Hardinj? administra tion as the. Washington Post, 61vned and edited, by Edward IJ. McLean, the iinti mate fih'nd and chum of President Hard ing, cannot 'longer keep silent about it More than ordinary significance is at tached to the latest editorial of the Post cm the mibject, which may or may not have been inspired, but which m truth is a distinct departure from the lauda tory attitude toward everything Repub Hcan which the. name paper has main tained from the very beginning. Mr IJarding has been the guest of Editor McLean on houseboat parties to Flor ida ahd the entente 'between the Post and the White Ilous'e is the best that has ever been built up between a chief executive and the loading, morning newspaper in the national capital, which greets the legislators with news and views at the breakfast table. The Post minces no words in it's at tack on the Republican congress. The situation In the senate at this moment is an indictment of the good, sense of the Republican . party. Now when con gress is Under tire, of criticism and the record of the Republican party is under scrutiny, when millions of voters are making up their nlindson the , evidence presented, tne lcenuDiicans or tne sen ate are making a record of absenteeism and neglect of public business that will surely return to plague them. Should Act oh Tariff. "Tile tariff bill is before the senate. It should . either be passed or defeated yet in spite of the advantage that could be gained by prompt action al ways assuming that the tariff bill would benefit the country the senate Repub lieu is habitually absent themselves . from the debate and senate. Many of them are absent from -Washington, neglecting not only tariff making, but nil other pub- Saddle Horses for Hire BROOKS HOUSE STABLE (R. L. Brooks, Prop.) Competent Instructor Phones Stable 300 R. L. Brooks 53-X Instructor 6-M Last Block Wood 10 per Cord, Delivered (144 ft. thrown in) Telephone your orders to 268. DISSOLUTION NOTICE. Having sold my interest in the firm of Telfer & McKay, I hereby give notice that all accounts due the firm and all ac counts against the firm have been as sumed by Mr. McKay under the terms of our agreement. . R. BLIGII TELFER. Brattleboro, May 2o. Woodward's Orchestra (Formerly Played with Davenport) E. W. WOODWARD TeL 52-W 121 So. Main St. PIANO TUNING J. M. Perry, 92 So. Main Si TcLlllS-W Husband and Wife My wife has taught our parrot to say "Damn." J. Q. A. What Does Your Wife Do? Copyright, 1921, George Matthew Adams FOR SALE Otie 1918 Ford Touring Car One 1918 Dodge Tour ing Car One 1915 Biiick Road ster One 19120 Uuick Sedan One Studebaker -Light Delivery Truck The Mosher Garage Tel. 124 ii the "primary or the election itnelf who h not in office spends all of his time campaigning. If the man in office de serts his job so as to answer the attacks of his political opponent he is criticized for absenteeism. Senator Harry New, who WViS recently defeated for nomina- ton by former Senator Bevendge of In diana, in the Republican primaries. lays his defeat to the fact that he had to remain in Washington, while his oppon ent nrade an -incessant canvass. "Absen teeism is hardly a party matter but it s just now injuring the Republican party. . . . WEST BRATTLEBORO PROMPT DELIVERIES Spring is the Hurry Time We can attend to yoor needs along the lines of Hardware, J'aints and Cements Promptly and Satisfactorily. TELFER & MCKAY 110 Main St. Brattleboro, Vl SATISFACTORY SERVICE WANTED Men and Boys For Daily and Sunday Paper Routes Brattleboro News Co. Garden Seeds Have full line of best qual ity seeds. Prices are cheaper , this year. 'Order of lis and save money. C. N. BOND, Florist Tel.. 752 ; You can't' lay shingles when it storms. When the sun 'shines U the time to build a roof. . The-time to boild your insurance up to the right amount is now." Consult us. National Life Ins. Co., of Vt. (Mutual.) . F. C. PINES, Special Agent Brattleboro, Vt.. ' ; ' -7TIHS IS. .:. ; . . - Lawn Mower Week Have yours put in 'first -class shape by G. W. Cushman, 127 .Main. St. Tel. 239 , Edward JF. Leitziriger Piano Tuner Phone 388-M, " after' 6 p. m. Carney's Auto Serrice : DAY. OR NIGHT , 21 Thomas Street. Tel. 681-R CARL F. CAIN " MERCHANT TAILOR 159 Main Street lie business. Rome of these senators are 'away mending their fences, "while others are enjoying more or less well- earnetl vacations. "Of the OO Republicans, in the sen ate, there has not yet been present at any roll call during the tariff discussion the number required for a quorum 41). How can any Republican senator absent himself Trom the debate at this juncture and then ask his constituents to reflect him on the theory that he has done good and faithful service? How can be expect to see his party enthusiast! callv supported at the polls, if the Re publican majority permit the tariff to dawdle along under a uemocratie nil buster .while American business stands halting,' not knowing what to' do? Many Habitually Absent. "Only yesterday, when a call ofthe senate was made, only 30 Republican senator answered to their names, l'os siblv each of the absentees had a rood excuse for his, absence but in the list appeared the names of several who have been habitually nbsent, although they are retwted to be in good health am anxious to serve the country as senators So anxious are some of them, m fact that they have deserted the senate chain ber for the stump where they rely upon their eloquence to Convince the voter that this is the best congress that ever met ' This scathing criticism of the Repub lican senators might after all be made by a Democratic newspaper about Demo Cratlc senators whenever primary elec tions are in progress. Whatever ad vantage the primary system may have there is ho doubt that it keeps members of congress away from ashmgton a greater part of the campaign year. I the senate where a member is up for re-election once every six years, the dam age is done by that one-third of the mem bership which must contest their seats So every two years the senate loses the attendance of one-tuird oi its number This is more than enough, however, to interfere with the transaction of public business as the minority party feels less responsibility and knowing that it "would be outvoted there is rarely a full at tendance of its membership. As for th house, the entire body is up for re-elec tion every two years. Primary earn pa igns begin in the spring of the cam naign year. The country can, there fore count on not much more than year of full attendance in congress when primaries begin taking away the mem bers from W ashington. Puzzle What to Do. "What is a member bf Congress to do If he stays in Washington, his opponen Howard Stephens, who has been ill with intestinal grip, is able to be about the house Miss Ida Snracne. nurse, of Green field came Wednesday evening to the Melrose hospital to care for a nomas Doyle and son, Arthur. Dana Robinson. 12. of - Morningside road was discharged Wednesday from the Melrose hospital, where he had been following an operation for appendicitis. Wilhelm B. Stellman and mother, Mrs. L. H. Stellman, left today by automobile for Providence, R. I., where Mrs. Stell man will remain for a visit wun ner sister, Mrs. Allardice. Miss Maria L. Stedman i9 Improving from an illness of several weeks with grip, and has been able this week to be downstairs. Miss Kate Wheeler, nurse, Who had been caring for her, has finished Work there. Purle Covey and two daughters re turned yesterday to their home on High land street, after spending four weeks here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Covey, while Mrs. Purle Covey was ill with scarlet fever and in quaran tine. RUPTURE EXPERTS In Brattleboro Demonstrate the Famous Rice Method Free to Callers at Hotel VERMONT NEWS. M. C. Ijovell of Springfield lias an nounced that he will be candidate for re presentative of that town, in the legisla ture of 1!23. The management of the Rutland fair states that the usual 'games of skill allowed heretofore on the midway of the Rutland fair will be continued. They cannot see any reason for the changing of the midway features. Big game hunters will be casting en vious eyes on Scrabble hill. Duxbilry, when they read thut in addition to the bear cub secured by John Russ and J. E. Nicholson about three weeks ago those two hunters caught two more cubs in traps on Scrabble hill Wednesday. Ninety-three entries including1 21 horse9 from within Vermont, and with purses aggregating $W00, have been an nounced by Fred L.' Davis secretary of the; Vermont state fair, who has just issued the official list of entries for early closing classes for the annual state exhibition to be held Sept. 12. 13. 14. and 15. W. R. Bush, present representative of the town of Benson and district high way commissioner for Rutland county. has announced himself as a candidate for senator. Mr. Bush was very active in highway matters during the 1021 ses sion of the legislature and also took an interest in legislation favored by the farmers. - ' The hotel at "Moun t Mansfield will be opened June 1 and it has been decided to make the road un the mountain a toll road, in order to take care of the ex pense of building and maintenance. A toll house will be built at the junction of the road leading up the moimtair with that which goes on through Smug glers' notch. Big Eaters Get Kidney Troubles Don't neglect backache, sore joints, stiffness, puffy eyes, interrupted sleep, or other signs of weak kidneys or bladder. Correct the trouble while it is a trouble with Dr. Carey's PRESCRIPTION No. 777. Standard for over two generatibns. Avoid dangers 6f serious complications. Druggists guarantee first bottle. Sure relief or money back. Get it at reliable druggists everywhere. -Advertisement. FIRE ACCIDENT 'Insurance Agency Wilder Bldg., BritUeboro LIABILITY LIFE Bi T in ii i ii i J "'"Ji ' Fishing Tackle Bristol Steel Rods, Split Bamboo Rods, $2.00 to $20.00. Flies that make them dizzy; Hooks that catch the big . ones. Come in and look oar line over we can save you money. H. M. WOOD The ' Old ""Reliable Sporting Goods Man 64 Main Street Tel 708-M BRATTLEBORO. VT. Oscar Doyen, the small son of Charles Doven of Newport, who was very seri ously injured May 17, when he ran di rectly in front of an automobile und was struck in the abdomen, receiving a long deep gash in the head and his whole body badly bruised and cut by sand and (travel, died last Monday. The boy's father saw the accident and could lay tio blame to the driver of the car, as the boy and his sister darted out iust as the car reached the driveway. The girl was not struck by the automobile. runswick Cord Tires A Composite Cord Tire Saper- size " that assures mileage com fort, safety, and requires minimum -attention. - Buy one. Try it. 'Keep Its rec ord. Then decide if you ever knew its equal. If ybii are'niptiired, your big opportunity has now arrived. If you would like to be free from the slavery of gouging, pinching, chafing trusses that make life a burden, then HERE and NOW is the time to act. Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Finnegan, experts in rupture cases, trained under the personal direction of W. S. Rice of Adams, N. Y., the famous discoverer of the Rice Non-Surgical Rupture Method, will be at the Brooks House, Brattleboro, Vt., May 29. They kill also be at the Putnam House, Bennington, Vt., May 30. . Mr. and Mrs. Finnegan are here to personally demonstrate to all ruptured people what the Rice Rupture Method can accomplish. You have, no doubt, heard and read much about this famous method and the cures which thousands have reported- from it. Now, you have the chance to find out all about it to have it demonstrated to "you and to see what it can do in YOUR OWN case. Just call at the hotel and these experts will give you their personal attention, best - advice and complete demonstration abso lutely without charge. Are you tired of that binding, hampering, uncomfortable truss? Would you like to be free of it forever? Then investigate this Rice Method and find out the pos sibilities it holds out. Surely a Method that could cause so many thousands of former sufferers to report cures must be worthy of your full and complete investiga tion. The Rice Method is different from anything else. It is modern, up-to-the-minute, abreast of the latest scientific developments. It is the one Method that you are not asked to take on faith albne the one Method that is positively demonstrated to you, right on your own person, without any charge whatever. You do not spend a penny unless after hav ing a full and complete ; demon-. stration, you decide that this is the Method for you. And you you alone are the sole judge of that. In justice to yourself, come in and see these experts. Remember, they will be here only one day, then. your opportunity will 'be gone. Grasp it NOW. It may prove to be the wisest thing you ever did, and anyway, it costs you nothing to find'out. Remember, come to the Brooks House anytime from 10 a. m. to 9 p. m. The date is May 29. ; Don't let "this opportunity get away from you. W. S. RICE, Adams, N. Y. It tf tl f if If 5 I V Si, i ti I