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THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY REFORMER; SATURDAY, OCTOBER 14; 1922. 50 Years Ago Happenings of October, 1872, Taken from the Files of The Phoenix. The crop of unusually large ehesmlts hereabouts this season. i 13 There was and unusually brilliant dis play of northern lights last Tuesday night. - . Dr. II. D. Ilolton of this place was elected president of the Vermont Medi cal society at the annual meeting held at Montpelier last week. "' J. Estey Co., have subscribed the sum of $lO00 to the endowment fund of the Vermont Baptist Academy at Sax to us River. A Millerite lecture at the town hall on Thursday and Friday evenings of last week, demonstrated by the aid of a chart, to the satisfaction of those al ready convinced, that things sublunary ire doomed to a general smash-up next year. The Republicans of this place indulged in something' of a glorification last Sat urday evening, over the recent victories. Fifty guns . were fired and a meeting was held at the town hall,, at which ap propriate speeehes were made by Repre sentative Haskins, J. M. Tyler, Esq., Ed ward Crosby, L. K. Fuller and C. II. Stevens. The fireman's muster at Orange. Mass., on last Wednesday, was attended by Fountain Engine Co., No. 4 of this vil lage and Western. No. I, of West Brat tleboro. Western took Jjie third prize of $50 for hand engines, in a play of 11-M4 feet. The Western boys were served a collation at the rooms of Phoe- nix Ao. i, on tneir arrival. J.ne Dana: and drum corps accompanied the excur- j sionists. Vernon: Col. John Hunt has sold his farm for about $27,000 to Hon. E. I,. Norton, ex-mayor of Charlcstown, Mass. We will be most happy to welcome Mr. Norton and his family in the early tpring. Vernon: Mr. Elijah Stebbins's horse and wagon which were carried away while he was fording the river from his island last week, was found on the hoad of 1'omeroy's Island near Pond meadow and about a mile from where the accident occurred. Mr. Ktebbins saved himself by swimming after being carried down stream with the team for about 40 rods. Hinsdale: Preparations for the old folks' concert are progressing finely and a good time is evidently coming. ! Hinsdale: Cyrus Newhall. by bargain, has sold the house in which he lives on Upper Bridge street, to Fish & Hopkins. He proposes, we understand, to build a new one en High street next spring. tures $119.30, balance $143.45., Total balance on hand $1,822.73. which is less than in October, 1921. ' Officers elected were as follows: Clerk, Miss M. T. Dutton; assistant. Mrs. Charles Ilodgen ; treasurer, C. L. Rob bins ; assistants. Mrs. Dana Leavis and Miss Virginia Smith; trustees, A. G. Moody, Mrs. L. It. Smith, C. E. Dicker son : new deacons, F. W. Kellogg, S. E. Walker,; F. T. Pallam. A. P. Fitt; neto deaconesses. Mrs. C. E. Williams. Kirs'. Charles Gilbert. Mrs. F. II. Doolittle, Mrs. II. M. Yerrington, Mrs. Mary Spen cer; committeemen. Ralph Forsajth, Mrs. C. C. Stockbridge. Miss Warriner. Mrs. A. G. Moody ; auditor, George Mc Ewan ; superintendent of senior Sunday school, A. G. Moody; assistant E. F. Howard ; junior school, G. McEwan. Mr. Moody's report of the Sunday schools showed $295 in collection and en rollment of 219. Other reports were of junior v Sunday school, MiJ. McEwan; Foreign Mission society, Mrs. A. G. Mtody ; Home Missions, Mrs. Martha Giltett; Mothers society and W. C. T. IT., Mrs. L. II. Iazelle; Evening Auxil iary. Misjs Maud Hamilton ; Y. I'. S. C. E.. Miss Edith Swartout ; Boys' Brigade. George Carr, commandant. Mr." and Mrs. Herbert Millard spent the first of the week in Springfield. Mrs. Phelps is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Lilly, and family at Mount Her mon. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Lyman and Mr. ?r.d Mrs. George Pfefferle enjoyed au automobile trip last week to Troy, Al banv and Bennington. Prof, and Mrs II. II. Nurse have re turned from their wedding trip and are at their home at the former W. C Rob erts house on Highland avenue. .Guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Ham mond are Mrs. Lizzie A. Reed of Athol. aunt of Mrs. Hammond, and Mrs. Esther Hammond of Brookfield, wife of Mr. Hammond's brother. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ingraham and fam- j ily of Guilford, Vt., and Miss Ruth Maynard of Brattleboro, assisted in the t elebration of the birthday of their father, Frank, Maynard, here, Oct. 8. The marriage of Miss Helen Caldwell, daughter of Mrs. Fred Caldwell, and George Theodore Bailey of New Haven. Conn., will take place at the home of Mrs. Caldwell on Highland avenue Sat urday, Oct. 21, at 7 o'clock in the evening. The Grange held an apple evening at its regular meeting Tuesday, Oct. 10. The various courses of supper were made from apples. The program included read ings on history and mythology of the ap ple tree and personal incidents of mem bers connected with apple trees. Several members of the Laymens League attended a banquet at the Wel don in Greenfield and service at the church in connection with the Unitarian conference in session in Greenfield this week. Many delegates from the church attended the conference Thursday. A parent-teachers' meeting will be 'icld at Alexander hall, under the direc tion of the Mother's society, of which Mrs. E. F. Howard is president, the eve ning of Oct. 25. Rev. Ellis E. Jones will sive an address and there will be a pro gram. A social time and refreshments will be part of this program. AU inter ested are invited. BRATTLEBORO LOCAL The funeral of Mrs. Catherine noward will be held tomorrow afternoon at 4 o'clock in St. Michael's Roman Catholic cl urch. Rev. James P. Rand will offici ate. The burial will be in St. Michael's cemetery. ' , About 100 persons attended the second in the series of Masonic socials at the temple last evening, when Woodard's five-piece orchestra furnished music for dancing from 8 to 12 o'clock. Refresh ments were served. The funeral of John E. Yarker was held this morning at 9 o'clock in St. Michael's Roman Catholie church. Rev. James I'. Rand officiated. The bearers were John Wojcik, Stanley Borkowski, William Ross and William Noviski. The burial took place in St. Michael's ceme tery. , A story. Boy Rangers Have World Wide Field, appearing in the New York Herald of Oct. 8, was of special interest to many Brattleboro persons because the organizer and chief guide of the Rangers is Emerson Brooks, a son of Horace Brooks and a brother of the lata Mrs. Norman F. Cabot. The story, which was accompanied by a half tone picture of Mr. Brooks, explained the purpose of the organization and the teachings which it inculcates. The body of John R. Frost, 73, who died in Pueblo, Col., Oct. S. was brought here today for burial in the family lot in Prospect Hill cemetery. Mr. Frost was a former resident of Brattleboro, being nr a rime in tue grocery ousiness wuu his father, John W. Frost. He is sur vived by two sisters. Mrs. W. II. Minor of New York and Mrs. G. B. Goodell of Portland, Ore., and one brother, E. G. Frost of Worcester, Mass. Mrs. Minor, Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Frost, and Mrs. V. It. Lansingli of New York were here to attend the burial service. WEST BRATTLEBORO c. Hinsdale: A hunting match is to come off here on Saturday next. A com panv of about 40 men under Captain II. Latham, and another of the same num ber under Captain N. Howe, will compete for a sapper to be provided at the Ash uelot House in the evening. The com pany which secures the largest count will enjov the supper at the expense of its competitor. See Matthew, 5th chapter, 7th verse. 3 Wilmington : A. N. Parmalee sold this week a voke of-oxen hve years old. weighing 3.920 pounds, to II. P, Bow ker, for about $C00. Wilmington: The Universalist society in this placo- has jnst furnished their church with ' very beautiful chandeliers and lamps. South Wardsboro: Mr. Oshurn M:ir' has been appointed postmaster in place of Henry Moore, deceased. NORTIIF1ELD, MASS. Annual Cliurclt- Meeting. In response to the invitation of the pnstor Rev. F. W. Pattison. and the clerk. Miss M. T. Dutton, fully 2(H) mem bers gathered at the Congregational church Wednesday. Oct. 11, for the an nual meeting. An informal reception was held before the supper which was in charge of Mrs. F. W. Kellogg, and an able committee. . At the business session Rev. Mr. 1 atti elected moderator. He called unnn the following for greetings frond their churches: Dr. H. F. Cutler. Mount Hermon ; Rev. E. E. Jones, "V ernon ; Rev Clarence Hewitt. South A ernon : and 'Rev. Mr. Frary of Bernardston A letter of greetings was read from A. II. Plumb of Gill, also from the church missionary. Rev. W. C. Atkins of Durban Natal South Africa. This enthusiastic report stated that this year the first lmdical college south of Egypt would be organized. ... Miss Dutton read the clerk s report for the vear. The pastor, in his report. aked for two special things for the church prayers of the people and de votion to home life. The report of t ie treasurer. C. L. Bobbins, showed for the year receipts of $8,580.40 and expendi tures of $0,941.71, leaving a balance of $1.3S.7.k The receipts for missions were $3,700.48 and expenditures $3,V 005.53, leaving a balance of $40.9o. Ko feived for benevolences $202.75, -ex pendi- E. ENDEAVORERS INDORSE GOVERNOR Favor Closing Games of Chance at Fairs Brattleboro Represented s Among jOfficers. BURLINGTON. Oct. 14. Resolutions indorsing the action of Governor Hart ness in closing up the games of chance at the county fairs this fall and recommend ng a similar course of action to his suc cessor, also tavonng all measures tending towards the continuance , and enforce ment of the prohibition laws of the na tion and state were adopted by the Ver mont Christian Endeavor union at th losing session of the 35th convention here. George C. Otis of Ltidlow was re flected president for the year. The other lficrs are: Vice president, Russell E. Everest of New Haven; treasurer De Weese W. DeWitt of Brattleboro; secre tary. Mrs. S. W. Waite of Chester; all vf the superintendents of departments were re-elected as follows: Junior work, .Mrs. H. A. Freeman. Woodstock; mis sion. Miss II. lone Smith, West Sand gate ; evangelism. Mrs. Itex It. Fullam, Montpelier; quiet hour. Miss Fanny A. "Tazeltine, Chester; social activities, Miss Beryl M. Powell. Jeffersonville ; ;lumni superintendent. Rev. Arthur V. rtioodward. West Brattleboro. In adidtion to these Mrs. Carrie Dean ;f Castleton was elected assistant sfipcr- renuent ot junior work. Paul Kennedy, an aged resident of Lyndon, was found hanging in his. barn on Chapel street Wednesday afternoon, and judging from all appearances he hail been dead for several hours. Mr. Ken nedy w;i;) S." years old. I list poor health and disposition to worry over his pros pects are given as the reason for his rash deed, lie was unhappy in his family relations and had often said he had very little to live for. It Never Fails to Bring the Babies Back to Health Mother's Praise of Father John's Medicine for Body . Building . 'Whenever my children have colds or are run down I give them Father John's Medicine and it never fails to bring them right back to health. My little girl was all run down, but after taking Father John's Medicine for a little while she became a strong, rugged healthy girl. (Signed) Mrs. Arthur T. Hall, Hazel Street. Uxbridge. Mass. For over G7 years Father John's Medi cine has been the standard medicine for all the family. No alcohol or dangerous drugs. Try it today. Advertisement. THE Star Car will be at our salesroorn this evening and tomor row for inspection and demonstrating Deliveries vember 1. around No- A. F. Roberts & . Company Henry Johnson of Ware, Mass., was a visitor over Wednesday night at Her bert L. Nichols's. Mrs. Charlotte Thrower is ill .with bronchitis and asthma and is under the care of a physician. Miss Florence Adams of Northfield. Mass.. is spending the week-end with Miss Emma Mixer. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Collins of Everett, Mass., came today to visit Mrs. Collins's sister. Miss Georgia Ormsbee. Mrs. O. P. Shepardson, who lives in the home of Dr. G. B. Hunter, is visit ing Mr. and Mrs. George C. Harris. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey of Gloucester. Mass.. are visiting in the home of their son. R. Wilton Harvey, and Mrs. Har vey. Miss Gladys Stellman went yesterday to Syracuse. N. Y., to spend two weeks' or more in the home of her brother, Ijouis Stellman. Mrs. Floyd Ryder and infant daugh ter were discharged today from the Mel rose hospital and went to their home at 111 High street. Mrs. Anna Evans, who had been visit ing here afwut three weeks in the home of Leslie Knight of Melrose street, re turned yesterday to her home in Putney. Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Barraby of Worcester, Mass., formerly of Brattle boro, have been visiting this week with Miss Beatrice I.' Hamel and with rela tives, at the east village. Mr. and Mrs. William Hughes and Miss Rose Hughes and Miss Kitty Me Dermott of Boston visited over Colum bus day in the home of their cousin, Mrs. Jennie M. Cheney. They made the trip here by automobile. Mr. and Mrs. Car Harris. Miss Gladys Harris and Charles Clark re turned the middle of the week from an automobile trip which took them to Schuylerville, Hudson Falls, Glens Falls Hid Warn-nsburg, N. V., visiting Ms. Harris's relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Frank . Thomas are ex pecting to leave Monday for their home in Fairbury, 111., making the trip here and return by automobile. They have been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mr?. Edward" Martin, aid other relatives in he East several weeks. Mrs. II. W. Carpenter and three chil dren, and Mrs. Frankie Miller of Green field, Mr. and Mrs. F. P Caldwell and Mr. and Mrs. George Wilbur of Athol. Mas.. were guests Thursday at II. L. Nichols's. Mr. and Mrs. Caldwell are remaining for a longer visit. Selections for last week and this week in the music memory contest were played on a victrola by Miss Izetta M. Stewart in academy hall last evening before an enthusiastic! audience. F. K. Brown an lourced that a prize would bo xjven to the youngest boy or girl down to the fifth grade who makes the best record in the contest. The Ladies Aid society of the Baptist "hcrch met yesterday afternoon in the home of Mrs. Hiland Briggs for a. busi ness meeting. Eighteen members were present. Plans wcre talked over in re gard to the supper which the Uaraoa lass and Philntheas will serve, the date o ba announced later. It is also planned to present a play in the near future. Mrs. Briggs served refreshments. WESTMINSTER. Eye Injured by Baseball. Richard Beane, a freshman in the Brattleboro " high school, has had to leave school for this term on account of being hit in the eye by a baseball. He is having his eye treated by a spec ialist. Dr. W. R. Noyes of Brattleboro, who hopes to save the sight. The acci dent happened here, but not in base ball practice, the young man not know ing the ball had been, thrown until it struck him. j. New 5Ianager at Kurn Hat tin. - Mr. and Mrs. Charles McQueeny are at Kurn Hattin Home, where Mr. Mc Queenyhas accepted the positioa as farm manager. It is with a great deal of pleasure that the townspeople welcome them back to this community. ' M. II. Wilmot has moved to Dr. Rice's farm. Mrs. Louise Crum is with Sirs. Jen nie Collins for the present, , Pcrley Gates and mother have moved into Mrs. Maria Bard's tenement. The Mothers' club met last Thursdav afternoon with Mrs. Ernest Wright. Mrs.' E. F. ' Jenkins of Waltham. Mass., is a guest of her niece, Mrs. Fred i- emi. Miss Clara Woodward of Fox born. M.tss.. was a recent guet f Mrs. D. C. Woodmirn. James Wile x is suffering with a bid fbscess on 1 is leg. lie is being attended d.-ily by a physician. lMna Aiken wm move nis inmiiy in to George Walker's tenement house on School street Nov. 1. Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Whitcomb re turned .Tuesday after spending several days in Springfield. Mass. Mrs. Sydney Crouch and infant son returned Monday to their home from Dr. Bowen's in Saxtons Kiver. Miss Ruth Buxton and mother, Mrs. Eva Buxton, of Springfield. Mass., were week-end guests of Mrs. Fred Fenn. John Wiley and grandson and Mrs. F. I. Lane were in Springfield. (Vt.) Monday and called on Mrs. Ellen Al drich. J. II. Albee and automobile party of Rochester, N. Y.. spent a few days last week with Mr. 'and Mrs. George II. Walker. The social Bible class met Tuesday afternoon with Miss Almira Burwell. The class will meet next week with Mrs. W. II. Bent. Harry Metcalf, formerly of Water buryf Conn., has moved his family to the upper street. He will work for Decker Brothers. Miss Helen Hall is conning home from California by steamer by the way of the Panama canal. She expects to reach New York city Nov. 2. , Joseph Evans has closed the Bracken Knoll estate. The family left by anto mobile Fridav for Stamford. Conn.. where they will rimke their home. Mrs. Mae Putnam and son, Presoott, are visiting in Binghamton and Roches ter, N. Y.. on their way to Chicago, where Freseott is to enter an electrical school. The midweek meeting will be held as usual at 7.30 o'clock. The subject for discussion will he The Sunday school lesson for next Sunday, John the Bap tist, will be briefly considered. Miss Grace E. Fenton. who has been spending a week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Fenton. returned Sun day night to her work in the office of the De Laval Sefcirator Co.; in New York city. Parents are reminded of the kindergar ten privileges offered during the morn ing service. C hudren may te leit in the church vestry and entertained and instructed while the parents attend the church service. Mrs. John P. Holmes returned Monday from Stoneham. Mass.. after spending a week with her son. Dr. Arthur Holmes. Mr. Holmes went after her by automo bile, taking his daughter. -Mary, from Greenfield. Mass., with him. Clarence E. Wright is having the two front rooms on the south side of his hou?e remodeled for store and postoffice. The two rooms have been made into one spacious room, which is fitted with shelves and wired for electricity. Work is progressing well on the new tore building which is being built on the old store site by Metcalf and Cah ilani. It is to be a one-story wooden structure thirtv-five feet by sixty feet. Tt is expected to be completed about Nov. 1. The services next Sunday will be as usual. Morning service at 10. 4o. snb iect of sermon. Thimrs that Cannot Be Shaken. The Men's Sunday Forum will meet at 12.15 A hearty invitation is give to every man to attend this forum. At 7.30 p. m. pictures of scenic Ceylon will be thrown on the screen. . The Ladies Aid society annual fair and chicken-pie supper will be held Oct. 23 at the town hall. Those having art icles for the fancy table are requested to leave them with Mrs. Anna Phelps, Mrs. E. C. Wellman-or Mrs. A. S. Lewis. The ehildrens corner is to be in charge of Mrs. Grace Fenn and Mrs. Cora Peck, and the candy table, Mrs. Bowker. The entertainment, which is being arranged by .Mrs. George H. Walker, is to be a j 1 1 v i kiavx vuijm, - - ' " - ------ acters follows : Allen Drake. Rollo Met- 5 calf; Alden Drake, Donald Metcalf; Miss Laura Drake, his daughter, Miss M McGill; Mrs. Drake, Step-mother Mrs. W. H. Bent. ' x WESTMINSTER WEST. Jlistin Holden of Brattleboro is at b3s home here for a vacation. Arliene Taylor was home from Ver mont academy at Sajtons River for the week-end. Mrs. Elwin Butterfield is ill with jrall stones and has been confined to her bed since Oct. 5. Mr. ,and Mrs. Alonzo Butler of South Lond nderry were guests last week of Mr. Butler's cousin. G. L. R eb. Miss Nellie Butterfield, district nursr at Srrn-fifld (Vt.), c:une 0-t. 4 to her !:oine here for a two week" vacation. t.Ir. Mrs. Il-nrv Harlow of Hnr- Ki''on. ;n-e sperl!n a week - with Mr. Harlow's parents. Mr. and Mrs. "Walter Harlow. Mrs. Clara Fuller of Warren came last week to visit her ; mother, Mrs. Mary Buxton. Mrs. Buxton returned home with her daughter Tuesday .for a visit. Mrs. Selena Powers of Townshend came Thursday for a visit among her old neighbors and friends. She is boarding with Mrs. John Ormsby wliile here. x Prof. Harold Washburn of Dartmouth college motored here Sept. 21) and re turned Sunday witn his little son, nene Jacques, and Miss Alice Goodell. Miss Goodell has cred for Rene since his grandmother, Mrs. Mary Washburn of Putney, went to California last spring, where she died, and his father was in France. Miss Goodell spent a week in Hanover, returning home last Sunday. Rev. and -Mrs. Walter Rl Curtis at tended the county Congregational meet ing in Newfane Oct. 3. remaining over night at Newfane, and Wednesday went to the Warner home at Saxtons River, where they remained while Mr. and Mrs. I'rince were away. Mr. r.nd Mrs. Cur tis returned home Monday. Mr. Curtis came here Sunday for the morning service. I 39c Saturday Chocolates 39c We Will Sell Every Saturday Samoset Chocolates' for1 . ' '.' 39c lb. - Sold Exclusively by Brattleboro Diug Co. r An assortment .of 10 different kinds But terscotch, Caramels, Caramallow, Cofffee Cream, Cordials, Ice Cream, Maple Walnut, Montevideos, Orange Cream and Nougatines. We sell these chocolates the rest of the week for GOc pound. (Vt.) RAWSONVILLE. George Place of Cavendish, called here one day last week. Halbert Coleman's youngest son broke his leg while playing around the yard recently. Hermon Johnson and son, Reverdy of Newport, N. II.. visited at Mentie Kingsbury's recently. . Mr. and Mrs. Fayette Kingsbury and son of Claremont, N. II., were at Henry Kingsbury's recently. Mrs. Clifford Cobb's mother of Bristol, Conn., is here caring for Mrs. Cobb and infant son. Mrs. Lillian Rich of Fitchburg and Mrs. Nina Hess of Leominster, Mass., are visiting friends here. BIG YIELD OF SILK COCOONS. JITNEY Between East Dover and Brattleboro $1 5 Best Teeth $1 5 DR. F. I. WILDER S2 Western Avenue Brattleboro, Vt. Leave Leave Leave Arrive East Dover . So. Newfane Williamsville Brattleboro 7.00 a. m. 7.30 a. m. 7.45 a.- m. 8.15 a. m. V 4.00 p. m. 4.30 p. m. 4.45 p. m. Leave Brattleboro , Arrive Williamsville Arrive So. Newfane Arrive East Dover 5.1i p. m Leave orders at Thomas's Drug Store or Telephone East Dover 911-2. ARTHUR AM.SDEN Six Room Bungalow With Magnificent View New home, only five rooms finished, in one of Brattleboro's sightly spots, for sale. Everything cosy and convenient, v Some one will snap up this attractive little home. Double house on Oak street. Call 743-W even ings for appointment. W. J. BIGELOW Brattleboro Homes Japan Expects to Manufacture- 300,000 Bales Raw Silk This Season. YOKOHAMA, Oct. 14. The yield of cocoons in Japan this year is estimated at C.O00.OO0 koku. About 300,000 bales of raw ilk are expected to be manufac tured. The stock of raw silk in the country at the end of June, this year, was 75.000. bales. The total quantity of raw silk to be supplied this year is estimated at 3(;7,roO bales. Raw silk consumed in the United States during the year end ing June 30, this year, amounted to 340.000 bales, of which 271M71 were supplied from Japan. The exports from Yokohama to Europe during the year ending June 30 amounted to 30,072 bales. MOTHER and the KIDS , With a Sunbeam la the house, you have the constant assurance . that it is doing its duty faithfully and providing enough heat to keep mother and the children warm and cozy. This alone makes it a good investment, but we can also show you that a Sunbeam Furnace will actually cut dow your fuel tails. Come in and make us prove it. E. E. GOBIE Successor to J. E. Rogers 93 Main Street l-.-V V4 PIPE and PIPELESS ES Try The Reformer's Classified Columns for Quick Results. A Roomy Sedan of Sturdy Strength r J Sili if S: ! M ' WP The Smell of Smoke always acts as a warning that there is a fire some where. " But it comes too late for the man without insurance. Don't wait until you smelj smoke. Insure nowl . - The Geo. M. Clay Agency General Insurance IS AT YOUR SERVICE 6 Cylinders 50 Horsepower 5 Passenger $1465 The price of the Jewett Sedan is so astonishingly low that unless one has personal knowledge of the character and quality of this car of amazing value, a false classification is not an unnatural impression. The Jewett is not a "light six" Sedan. It is a roomy, powerful, five N , passenger enclosed car of distinction. It is powered with a six cylinde?; 34 x 5 inch motor installed in a husky chassis in which every unit is , built for excess strength. - Here is a Sedan that can be matched only by enclosed cars selling for at least $500 more than the Jewett. This is a statement certainly : worth investigating. You can prove its validity by a demonstration , which will te arranged to suit your convenience. - ? It is Sold and Serviced by Paige Dealers Everywhere ROBERTS AUTO CO., INC. 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