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THE BRATTLEBOItO DAILY REFORMER? MONDAY, JULY 3, 1022.
I" o V" ,: DR. FRED F. BICKELL The New Method Dentist Thone Walnut 3S2 SPRINGFIELD, MASS. 115 State St. AUTOMOBILE SERVICE . , Kim on Eastern Standard Time South Londonderry and Bratlleboro For South Ivondondcrry and licinity, please leave your orders with A. P. Cutting. Phone 33 2. ' Week Days Sunday Sunday LEAVE a.m. a.m. p.m. South IiOrd.nderry. The Souaie 5.15 8.15 5.(M) Kawsonviile Comers . S.25 5.15 Jamaicr. Dajgetfs Store . . . . . 0.20 8.15 5.35 West Wardshoro 5.15 Wards?M)i(. Wardshoro Stage 6.05 Vard.-boro Station (1.35 8.55 5.50 West Townshend. Grout & Dean's Stare. . fi. JO ' O.OO 5.55 -Townshend .55 0.1') fi.10 New fane 7.05 9.20 fi.25 WiSliaiiisviUo Station 7.15 0.30 . (5.35 West Dummcrston Store 7.25 9.40. .15 Arrive BrsUicboro 7.15 10.00 7.05 LEAVE p.m. a.m. p.m. Brattleboro. Roofs Pharmacy - 2.15 lu.15 7.15 West Dummerslon Store 3.05 10.35 7.35 WiiKamsiiUo Station 3.20 10.45 7.15 YYiUiamsvillo , 3.25 Soul li Newfane 3. 10 East Dover 4.15 Newfane .. 3.30 11.00 8.00 Townshend 3.15 11.15 8.15 West Townshend 4.0O 11.30 8.30 YVaidslioro Station 4.10 11.35 8.35 Vardboro 4.30 West Wards!xro. Wardsboro Stare 5.00 Jamaica, Daggett's Store 4.25 11.45 8.45 ItHUsonville Corners 1. 40 ' 12.00 9.00 Arrive South Londonderry 5.05 12.15 9.15 Order hook at Root's Pharmacy, l'hone 125, Drattleboro, Yt. I. S. SAYRE, Townshend, Vermont Telephone, Newfane 34-31 Wc handle trunks ai:d epress. Trucking ami cars fr hire. Subject to change without notice. f 'Ten Reasons Why J YOU NEED .. . Hydro-1 crai mm If ,,fariREs mv mm 1 TVi ortk o Vtflf oe rnre. v 2- They are better than cords. f1 J 3. They are inexpensive selling &t standard fabric 4 prices. : - 4.. They are guaranteed for 10,000 miles against stone C bruise, rim cut and blowout. 5. There is greater holding power between the layers of fabric. ' 6. They resist oxidation on the dealer's shelf and on the spare rim. 7. There are no blisters, buckles, bulges.strained places or misplaced bead wires1. Internal Hydraulic expansion practically eliminates bidden defects which cause blowouts. 1 -.'- f V . 8. Fabric is waterproof the ToronNreatment resists, .the action of water. 9. Fabric layers have greater tensile strength. 7 r i .i., - 10. Hydro-Toroa tires wear only on the outside.. :V"' -ij'rV ' ' Internal Hydraulic Expansion Process is a big step injadvance of the old iron core process, with crushing pressure from the outside. Hydro-Toron tires are expanded into shape , from within, producing a smooth, flawless, evenly built tire. , - 4J ' ' """ : Toron (no-rot) Fabric x Insures absolute protection against rotting by water action. Toron has an affinity for rubber, causing the fabric to absorb 10 percent more rubber than fabric not Toron-treated. j ... Let Us Demonstrate Them ToJYou - G. A. DeWitt, Tel. 231-Y -V V - P ' - r fcX-YTZ- Ti .7 T--iv-" THE STYLES THAT PROVE NEWEST Bathing Caps The final touch to the beach equipment the necessary es sential to complete the bathing style. Some of the hand somest bathing caps we have ever shown in the most re markable qualities and with the newest trims and color ings yet seen. Select early for best choice. Prices from 25c to $1.00. For Quick Results Teeth Teeth Teeth Dr. Fred F. Isickell, the Now Method Dentist, wishes to announce to the citizens of Brattleboro that for a short time he will make his Best $25. Set of Teeth for $15. These teetTi are Hie same quality teeth that den tists charge $:5 to $50 a set and guaranteed. Teeth Extracted Without Tain. Only one visit to his ofiice is necessary to be fitted by his new method. -Clold I nnvns and Bridsework. Tor appointment call phone Walnut 382, or write. 25, Years" Experience. References, some of Brattlehoro's leadens citizens. Patients desiring teeth same day should leave on 5 a. m. train. Ileturn 3.35 from Sprinclleld. ' r - m --4-'-- ,-I- '-I-lv-fcKrt A - 1 - r"- t U4 -f ,,r iTi-t. ,Vrr-Sr Try The Reformer ...... j....,... - ii ii i'ii'i - ifiiimJ ' IDS EFFECTIVE AID TO FARMER Destroy More Insects and . Parasite Pests Than Seed Crops EATS MANY WORMS ENGLISH SPARROW In .Many Instances Iiirds Clear lp In sect leagues Ducks on Ponds Are ;reat Mosquito Kxteraiinators Iiirds Help In Hot Houses WASO1N0TOX, July a. .Studies of hirds as insect destroyers and of ver min and parasite pests, extending through a century of observations, show that many so-called bird pests are themselves effective aids to the farmer, and others not generally thought to be insect' destroyers arc active in that work, V. L. McAtee, of the biological survey of the department of agricul ture, says in a review in the annual report of the Smithsonian Institution just published. o'uYstandinjr among these are cited the English sparrow, often systenmti eally destroyed as a pest, which never theless feeds upon the seventeen-year miner, tent caterpillar, canker worm, aim-r worm and drop worm; and the bob' white quail, usually a seed eater, which also feeds upon the locust and the olive scale. "The general utility of birds in cheeking the increase of injurious animals and plants is well understood," he continues. "It Jinist be admitted, however, . that while birds constantly exert a repressive intlueme on the num b.'i's of the organisms they prey upon and even exterminate certain pests lo eally, they are not numerous enough to rope sueetssfully with widespread in vasions." Clean l" Some Pests Nevertheless, Mr. McAtee cites num erous authentic instances where bird :!oeks have destroyed insect plagues and their tgs and larve so completely that u ii sincjes have never returned to the localities where formerly they had wrought great crop damage, or were .resent in such depleted numbers a to he almost negligible. In most of ths eases he cites, efforts of farmers or i liners to eradicate the pn'sts had i roven fruitless and the crops had been yiven up for lost. One reason for this near-extermination at times, he says, is that birds are prone to feed upon whatever food is most easy to procure at the time. No that if berries or fruit are abundant in a locality they will constitute the birds' main food for the time, and when in sects swarm iu great numbers, the birds are attracted to that abundant source and feed upon them until the supply gives out. The article includes many instances, as well, of saviny; crops both tield and irden. in eastern sections, of near-annihilation of grubs moths, caterpillars, battles and paatH in-tre; -rpeciahV i-i orchards, and shows the great good done by birds in eating weed seeds. Owls Very I serul Owls have i; Ice-infested been placed in rat- or cellars and g-annris. he -ays, with such success as to eliminate there that source of widespread - eco nomic loss in grains and cereals. Hot l ouse gardeners, he declares, have often "found -it profitable to introduce vnrtous species of birds, known to be in sect or lice de-trovers, within the houses i'l-dead of spravir.g or otherwise using iiemicals arid funiijmting. The latter processes, hf declares, have often been found to weaken and stunt th tender young: plants, while no disadvantage otherwise arose from the "presence oi th birds. While it is true. he. savs that manv inecies feed upon and yearly destroy ouantities of grains, fruits or berries, the good they do in eradicating or keep in r down the numlers of the growers' otlier enemies, is more than worth this -lidit reimbursement. ITe also tells how durks li!ive leen u-ed as exterminators of insoct pests, ospcciallv mosquitoes, by keeping them oa ponds or in marshes where thoy feed upon the larvae or young. Ducks have proven invaluable in thus cleaning out marshy sections which could not other wise be rid of mosquitoes by draining. Small Town Ttalk "Listen. Abo. vou don't want to marry that girl. -Why everybody in town kisses her." , . "V!1. the town ain't so beeg. Mcn den Journal. to - 8 -7 it 6 3 3 It's ill the alphabet you'll see, Trace fourteen lines and form a . Draw from -one to two and so on to the end. BRATTLEBORO LOCAL P.ishop Hall will make his regular visi tation to St. Michael's Episcopal church Sunday, July li.. for the purpose of con firmation, jn the cfternoou of that day he will he present at the services iii celebration of Old Home week at Christ church, Guilford. Dr. (J. Ii. Anderson entertained alout 2, members of the Materia Medicia bund, which included a number of physi cians from out of town, at the Parsons summer home on Ames Ii ill yesterdav. An excellent shore dinner was served, which was followed by a two-hour con cert, which was greatly enjoyed by the summer colony on the hill. WEST BRATTLfcBORO Miss Alicia Rishop and .Miss Hazel Doyd went today to Miss Holbrook's camp to remain two weeks. Miss Vivian Hunter went today "to Miss Holbrook's camp in West Hummer ston to remain two weeks. Miss Arleine Allen began today a month's vacation from .her work in the Donnell & Davis millinery store. Miss Charlotte Knight went Saturday to Springfield, Mass., to visit over the week-end with her aunt, Mrs. Arthur Sanders, and family. E. W. Wcntworth. teacher of English at the University of Vermont, left this morning for his home in Maine after spending a few days with Claude Tate. Mrs. J. Ij. Stockwell and daughter, Miss Katherine, and Miss Mabel Railey left this morning by automobile for Haigh, X. V.. on Lake (Jeorge where they will remain until Thursday or Fri day. S CUTS HER LEGISLATIVE PAY Canadian Woman in Parliament Be lieves in Practicing Government Economy OTTAWA, July 3. Miss Agnes Mac phail, the only woman member of the Canadian parliament, has returned to Minister of France Fielding $1,5(10 of the $-1,000 paid her "sessional indem nity," or salary as parliamentarian. "1 can Use the money," Miss Macphail explained in a letter. '"Anybody can use $4,000. lint I object to the increase of the indemnity from $2,500 to $4,000 at a time when our men were overseas and the cry' was economy. There is no use preaching economy un less we give the people a lead in econ omy." Auto Insurance 200,000 careful driven of automo biles bad 88,000 accidents last year. Some cost innch money to Bettle, The automobilists were a selected groups not 200,000 average driv ers. No man can look at these figures and say that he does not need automobile Insurance. GEO. M. CLAY """Mr.1' Smith told me1 lie 'never saw hair trow so fast attd cover so completely as since he used 1507 Hair Tonic. A A lady said: "I don't want to color my hair and that is why I use 1S07 it hrinjrs the hair hack to its natural color." It also im proves its lustre and frees your scalp from all trouides. W. II. 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Just as some men are strong and virile and interesting, so is .some ad vertising. And just as some men are ineffectual and weak and boring, so is some other advertising. "Does it pay to advertise?" It pays those men who are keen enough stu dents of the public to make it pay them. It pays those men . who are truthful, sincere, interesting and believable. Published by The Brattleboro Reformer, in co-operation "1 with The American Association of Advertising Agencies J of lid imsnm Until your various digestive organs are in order your food, instead of properly nourishing you will be liable to clog and poison your system. Your blood will be poor and impure and your nervous system thoroughly run down. Take immediate steps to secure the healthy activity of stomach, liver, and bowels. To this end you should 10c 12 pills 25c 40 pills 50c 90 pills ll llll mm m Foss and Maillard Candies Mi in Advertising erence in It pays the men whose product de serves the payment, whose brains are .keen enough to organize for success and judge enough of the human mind to know how to tell their story with sincerity and interest. So when you judge advertising, judge it by how it is used and by whom not of itself and of itself alone. v - Remember, an ugly man looks just as ugly in a mirror. B B B B B B B B B B B at. att The Milk Plant MJLK r CREAM BABY'S BOWL OF CRACKERS AND The baby's milk is of the greatest import ance. The doctor has told you to buy for it milk of the highest quality. Order Milk Plant milk it's pure. THE MILK PLANTS W'Your Milkman' fh'W toll I Chance for Fine Summer Home Farm of 125 acres, six miles from Bellows Falls on main road to Chester, near station. Fine set of buildings; 10-room house with bath. Lots of tim. ber on place. Can show photograph of buildings. Telephone 743-W even ings for appointment. W. J. BIGELOW Brattleboro Homes F. L. Milliken & Co. Memhers of the Consolidated Stock Exchange of New York Stock and Uond Brokers 15 State Street, Boston - Established in 18S9 Xew York and Boston stocks bought for . , . , - casu or carrieu on margin Despatches from the leading financial agencies at our clients' disposal Our Market Letter Devoted to Kennecott U. S. Rubber Southern Railway Special circular on oils Will be Mailed Free Upon Application Direct Private,. Wire to R. G. Latham, 00 Broadway. New York EBB en a B B .. B B B B B B B - n B B B fl B BBB BBBBBB 7& a B B B B B n o B B M a B B B H E3 rJ rj B Q U mm B U rm B B B