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THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY REFORMER: FRIDAY, AUGUST 18. 1922.
Hip fatrorite: with-those- ooi to lm imi mm RIG. U.S. PAT. OFF. Hopkins The Florist, Inc is selling Flowers, Plants and Ferns at an astonishingly low price Come in and interview us Last of the 7's Oar readers will not fail to recall oar oft repeated suggestion to take advantage of the passing opportunity to swore 7 FARM MORTGAGE INVESTMENTS, in view of the inevitable and early drop in interest rates. Interest has fallen and there is every indication that it will be still lower. . . !jy!Ji Only for a short time longer can we offer FARM MORT GAGE SECURITIES, and therefore urge all" who have not done so, to take advantage of this rate while it is yet obtainable, before our limited supply of 1 investments is exhausted. We are still able to offer a choice of FIRST MORTGAGE FARM LOANS, FIRST MORTGAGE FARM BONDS, and COLLATERAL TRUST BONDS at the 7 rate. .Call or write today for full particu lars. Vermont Loan & Trust Company Spokane, Washington Salem, Oregon Lewlstown, Montana. BRATTLEBORO, VERMONT. The same high-grade investments we have sold for thirty-six" years without loss to any investor. Automobile Accidents Are now an every-day occurrence. Few owners can afford to carry the risks of ordi nary road operations. THE TRAVELERS give the best service in prompt and satisfactory attention where their policy holders are liable. Represented by Fred W. Putnam Insurance Agency The Travelers Insurance Company Phone 54 State Agents 20 American Building AUTOMOBILE SERVICE Run on Eastern Standard Time South Londonderry and Brattleboro For Sooth Londonderry and vicinity, please leave your orders with A. P. Cutting. Phone S3-2. Week Days Sanday Sunday LEAVE a.m. a.m. - p.m. South Londonderry. The Sqnare 5.45 8.15 5.00 Rawsonville Corners . . 6.00 . 8.25 S.15 ' Jamaica, Daggett's Store. 6.20 8.45 5.35 West Wardsboro 5.45 - Wardsboro, Wardsboro Stage 6.05 Wardsboro Station 6.35 8.55 . 5.50- West Townshend, Grout & Dean's Store.. 6.40 9.00 5.55 Townshend 6.55 9.10 6.10 Newfane 7.05 9.20 6.25 Williamsville Station 7.15 9.30 ' 6.35 West Dummerston Store ., 7.25 9.40 6.45 Arrive Brattleboro . , 7.45. 10.00 7.05 LEAVE -.'.-" p.m. a.m. p.m. Brattleboro," Root's Pharmacy .......... 2.45 10.15 7.15 West Dummerston Store . . . . ; . 3.05 10.35 7.35 Williamsville Station 3.20 10.45 7.45' Williamsville ..3.25 South Newfane 3.40 f,-' ; East Dove . 4.15 Newfane .. . 3.30 11.00 8.00 Townshend . 6.45 11.15 S.l West Townshend ........;. ....... 4.00 11.30 8.30 Wardsboro Station 4.10 11.35 8.33 Wardsboro 4.30 West Wardsboro, Wardsboro Stage 5.00 Jamaica, Daggett's Store 4.25 11.45 8.45 Rawsonville Corners ., 4.40 12.00 9.00 Arrive South Londonderry 5.05 12.15 9.15 Order book at Root's Pharmacy, Phone 125, Brattleboro, Vt. I. S. SAYRE, Townshend, Yermont Telephone, Newfane 34-31 ' We handle trunks and express. Tracking and cars for hire. Subject to change without notice. Advertising in The Reformer Brings Good Results. EXPERIENCED QUICK. JOE! t?UMFOtPLUM&E8 OHi OF THE PIPES 15 THERE'S THREE FEFTOF WATER IN THE CEU.M? M.RIMW!! v ii I I V.. lul.n II MOTHEiTHEAMV yMKT MW SE JOHHNV ftj - r Lv;tir.' SHIPWRECKED Twi'jl M0M livened with victrola music by Glenn Crajo, and the choice refreshments brought by the guests helped to make the occasion one to be remembered. Mrs. Frank Lang of Bristol, R. I., has been at the Holland place the past week disposing of household gwWls of the late Mr. and Mrs. Charles Holland be fore giving possession of the place to J. (. Mnrtin. She was accompanied by her mother. Mrs. Luke Morse of Wil liamsville. Mr. Lang and Mrs. Morse were ' guests of Mrs. Viola Chase. Sunday' traveling bv automobile seems to be much, more than usual this summer. Three weeks ago Mrs. Fanr.e lee counted 262 cars froing past Mr. Wis well's between 1 1. M. and 7 P. M., and two weeks ago John Kenny remitted 325 poind past from 8 A. M. to 7 P. M. Last Sunday over 200 went bv on North Main street between 2.25 --and, 9 P. MV Mrs. Helen II. Jones and daughter, Mjss Hazel A. Jones, have come from New Haven, Conn., to spend their vaca tion in Newfane and are welcome guests at Davidson Maples, where they spent several weeks last summer. Miss Jones has ben for some time secretary for Rev., Roy M. Houghton, former pastor of the Congregational church in Brattle boro and now pastor of the Church of the Redeemer in New Haven. ' If You were a Cat and had nine lives you might hesitate which one to insure, but having only one life and that oiip uncertain, how can you hesitate? Consult us? on an insurance, program. ICational Life Ins. Co. of Vt. (Mutual.) - -" -' -t ;F. C. DINES, Special Agent Brattleboro, Vt. . NEWFANE. Elliot Bradeen i8 in Bernardston. There are only three prisoners in the county jail. John M.' Miller is enjoying a family party in South Londonderry a few days. Mrs. . Lizzie Worden spent Sunday with her niece, Mrs. Puffer, at Brattle boro. Rev. Paul Hayne will preach in the Congregational church next Sunday morning. Mrs. Josenhine Howe is boarding for a while in the home of Rev. and Mrs. Y. M. Wiswall. Miss Minnie Metcalf of East Doug lass. Mass., is a visitor at Ira Moulton's on Newfane hill. Mr. and Mrs. XV. T. Books visited rel atives in Newport, N. IL. Saturday, re turning home Monday. Miss Margaret Hfegtos is spending the week at the home of her uncle, Claude Maher, in Wilmington. Mrs. Mattie Wilder and two children have returned from a visit of a week with relatives in Greenfield. Clifford Pratt and Nellie Pratt of Greenfield came Tuesday. Miss Pratt will remain here a while. D. Allen Rider of Bellows Falls is spending the week with his mihdpar- ents, Mr. and Mrs. 11.. A. Carpenter. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Carpenter expect to so to Massachusetts .next week to visit relatives and may be away a few weeks. Among those who attended the Old Home celebration at Jamaica lat week were Mr. and Mrs. John C. Tibbctts of Newfane. Tlie listers. FJwin Jwies, C. K. Stead man and II. E. Johnson, have completed the quadrennial appraisal of real estate in the town. The M. and C. L. Hescock and Ran dall families held a family picnic the 17th. at ..the home of , Will Heseock in Brattleboro. Mrs. William G. Sargent and son, Robert, spent a few days in Nashua, N. II., the first of the week, returning Tues day evening. Miss Florence Chapin and Miss Helen Burnham are expected to be at II. A. Carpenter's the last of this week, and also Cyrus Chapin. The topic of the Christian Endeavor meeting Sunday evening will be. Follow ing and Setting Good Examples. Miss Amy Reed leader. . )r. Thomas Vernol. who has been at ding the conference in Northfield. has returned to the Newfane Inn, where he is a summer guest. Mrs. Abby Whitney of Brattleboro has been' a visitor in town, a guest of her brother. Herbert Wells, Mrs. Abbie and Miss Viola Morse. Mrs. Charles Ballon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Randall, came from Saratoga last week to spend the month of August with her parents. Harrv Pond has been a visitor of his aunt. Mrs. II. J. Batchelder, and cous in. Miss Lora Batchelder. who is in town for a holiday vacation. Raymond Lonefellow Fold his farm ing tools, etc.. by auction Tuesday at his home on the Wardsboro road and is planning to move away. . The friends of Mrs. W. H. Goodnow remembered her birthday last Friday and with a pleasant social and picnic refreshments helped her to celebrate the day. William Gerdes, who has been spending vacation of two weeks at Elwin Jones's, han returned to New York City, where he is employed in the First National bank. There will be a Christian -Endeavor social in the church parlors next week Friday evening, Aug. 25. A fin program is under May, and a good time is being planned; Mrs. Lovisa Downs attended a family picnic Monday afternoon at her old home, the Rawson place, and although over 80 years of age she was among the youngest there. The- dance in Union hall Aug. 18 will be given under the auspices of the Odd Fellows lodge. The Rebekah lodge will serve supper. Music by Woodward's or chestra of Brattleboro. Mrs. I. R. Doane and mother, Mrs. Ida Whitney, of Springfield (Vt.), Mrs. Al ice W. Bishop of St. Albans and friends from Springfield visited relatives at A. R. Underwood's Aug. 10. Miss Emma C. Fisher of New Hamp shire, who hatf been, a guest of her fa ther, L. II. Fisher, will teach the com ing year in the Norfolk county truant school in Walpole, Mass. The Holland Tdaee is undergoing re pairs before Mrs. Lucy Hosley and Henry Martin take possession of the new home recently purchased by Mrs. Hosley's father, J. G. Martin. Mr. and Mrs. Fish and their son and daughter of Providence, 11. I., who are summer guests at Glenmere, enjoyed a family picnic with their relatives, the Ilalladay family, in Dover Friday. A good number from this village at tended the - annual picnic of the Odd Fellows and Rebekah lodges held Wednesday in Ludlow, where the Home of the Odd Fellows is located. The Newfane Christian Endeavor so ciety will be represented at the confer ence in East Northfield Friday, and George B. Bush is appointed to arrange for automobile service that day. Merton Wilson has a new Chevrolet automobile.1 On Saturday with relatives he visited in Piermont, N. II.. returning home Sunday, accompanied by his sis ter, Marion," who had been there forl-a visit. Miss Julia Wright, a teacher in Rich field Park, N. J, and her. sister, Miss Bertha Wright of Oneonta, N. J., who have been summer guests of Mr. and Mrs. Elwin Jones at Glenmere, have returned home. The following offteers were elected at the Christian Endeavor meeting Sunday evening: Pres., George B. Bush; vice pres., Roy G. P. Monroe; rec. sec, Mrs. Ruth Monroe; treas., Mrs. Mary Maher; cor.- sec, Mrs. Mary CusJiing. A late arrival at Davidson Maples is A. B. Howe, who came from East North field Monday after attending the general conference. He spent the winter in Flor ida, the early spring in Thaver, Kansas, where his sister, Mrs. Forest, is mayor of the city, and for a summer rest has come .to Newfane. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Robinson have moved from the Lang house on South Main street and are staying for the present at the home of Mrs. Robinson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Smith, while their new home is being erected. Mrs. Alice Robinson is laying with her niece, Mrs. Herman Eddy. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Eddy were sur prised Monday evening when their friends and neighlors came to celebrate with them their fifth wedding anniver sary. The pleasant social time was en- Armore Plate Lead-Coated Steel Look for the Name Belmont On the Caskets f GUARANTEE Fifteen years actual use have proved the Belmont Casket to be Indestnlctible and the Belmont Casket Manufact uring Co., authorizes all Funeral Directors to replace this casket without expense to the purchaser should it at anytime fail to fulfill the guarantee. bond & SON Representative for Brattleboro Us iii a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a i Final Clea.i!Up At W BEST BARGAINS OF ALL All Summer Shoes Must Go Even If At Great Sacrifice Our entire stock of Summer Shoes has been carefully re-considered and is now so priced that a prompt "Clean-up" is assured. There is still a large assortment of desirable styles even if the sizes are somewhat broken. Some of them are just as suitable for the Fall wear as for now, while the white ones are cheap enough so you can afford to keep them ti 11 another season. at a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a Special Bargains for Women White Sneaker Pumps, heels, 95 White Oxfords, White Strap Pumps and White Oxfords with rubber soles and heels, '.$1.45 Sport Oxfords in black and white or Strap Pumps, Also All White Oxfords .... $1.95 Black Kid Strap House Slippers, turn . . $1.95 White Oxfords and One-Strap Pumps, welt soles good quality ... $2.65 Wrhite Buck Oxfords, black or brown saddle strap, good quality. All sizes $2.G5 A Large Assortment of Oxfords and. Strap Pumps in brown or black. Excellent for this Fall $2.95 Many of Our Better Quality Pumps and Oxfords Some sold up to $7.00 $3.95 Misses' and Children's Bargains An Odd Lot of Misses' and Children's White Shoes, Oxfords and Pumps 50 Misses' and Children's Sport Oxfords, in black V-'and white,' also all white. Most sizes, $1.45 Odd Lot of Misses' Pumps and, Oxfords. .Many kinds and sizes . . ... .... . . $1.95 Misses Moccasin Oxfords in brown or smoked elk. Excellent play shoe '. $1.95 Mens Special Bargains Men's Work Shoes, Scout $2.00 Men's Work Shoes, army last . . . . . $2.50 Men's Work Shoes, for hard wear $3.65 Men's Brown Oxfords, round toe. . Most sizes. Extra value $2.15 Odd Lots of Men's Shoes and Oxfords. Many worth $5. nd $6. Broken sizes . . . . $2.95 Extra Value Men's Shoes and Oxfords of our bet ter grades. Just for this sale $5.95 Boys' Bargains All Sizes of Boys' Brown Oxfords. .Fine for starting school season $1.95 Boys' Sport Oxfords. Smoked elk with black trimming . $2.95 Boys' and Youths' Gray Ooze Scout Shoes with " fibre soles $1.45 . ' - . Read carefully each item. It may be of spe cial interest to you. Check up the ones that look the best and bring your list to The Store of Better Values -97 Main Street Thone 92 a a a a a a a a a a a a a a- a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a