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THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY REFORMER, SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 4; 1922.
1 IssnafifiDs of comfort for youx borne: . Plumbing chcL automatic ?il beating-' Time was when homes without either plumbing or electric lighting were con sidered comfortable. Today, a modern home without both is considered some thing of a curiosity. Time was, when dirt, drudgery and dis comfort of the coal heating plant were accepted as the nearest approach to heat ing comfort. Today, no home that is heated with coal can be considered com fortable as compared with a Nokol heated home. For the past four years, Nokol has given service in every type of heating plant, in every style of home, all over America and in six foreign countries. Home owners who have had years of Nokol service say that it is the greatest single convenience they have. The Nokol Heater burns oil, in any type of heating plant, instead of coal. It can be in stalled in a few hours. Controlled by a ther mostat, it consumes only the amount of fuel necessary to maintain the temperature desired. It operates automatic-all v. Vermont Oil Heating Company Distributors, Montpelier, Vermont jt Automatic Oil Heating for Homes 0 ' -' P 1918 125 Heatw Number of Nokol Heaters uir 19X9 I 1910 I 1931 21 3 S Heaters 402S Htafrr frqtecttd by Deble Detroit Patents Approved by National Board of Fire Undent iters For the Man Who Pays the Bill THERE'S one real showdown In roofing, and that iscost-per-year of-service. You don t have to buy roofing on gamble or guess. There are many examples of Paroid Roofs . in this neighborhood that have stood the test of weather for more than 20 years without a single repair. What Paroid has done for others, it will do for you. Measured by the yardstick of Years-of-Service. the true test. Paroid is the cheapest roofing you can buy. We know whereof we speak. Take the guess out of buying roofing. Come in and get the proof BIRD & SON. inc. (EUbluhed 1 795) Et Walpote, M, t For Sale By Holden & Martin Lumber Company WILMINGTON. Mrs. Ilarold Van Wyck is ill. J. F. Dealey has returned from a trip to New York. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Damour were in Troy, N. Y.t Sunday. Horace Ware vras a business visitor in Brattleboro Wednesday. O. O. Ware recently was a business visitor in Boston a few days. Charles Allen left "Wednesday on a business trip to Pittsburgh, Pa. Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Barber were in Jacksonville and Keadshoro 'luesday. O. O. Ware and Charles Wheelock took Mrs. Bums to Pittsfield, .Mass., Monday. Mrs. Clarence Pike went to the Memo rial hospital in Brattleboro Tuesday for treatment, . Mrs. Emma A. Wilder is visiting her daughter. Mrs. Carl Cain, in Brattleboro this week. . Mrs. Ruth Lyman, who has been ill with pneumonia, is reported to be a little better. Herbert Foote has returned to Childs Tavern after spending about six weeks in Connecticut. Harry Mallory of Monroe Bridge was a visitor at the home of. his father, J. It. MaUory, Friday. Mrs. Howard Jones and infant son of Williamstown,' Mass., are visiting at Clark Chandler's. Mrs. Julian Snow of West Dover is spending a few days visiting relatives and friends in town. Mrs. Warren Batchelder took a party of ladies to Brattleboro Wednesday. There were six in the party. J. X. Brannaean has finished work here, for the Itolltn Construction Co. and has been called to New York. Joseph Damour was in Keadsboro this week and installed a one-pipe furnace in the home of Cyrus Carpenter. Mrs. Itoswell Crafts is confined to her bed as the result of a serious bite by a horse Thursday of last week. Miss KLsie Blanchard went to her home in Keadsboro Friday afternoon, re turning Monday to her tsehool duties. Mr. and Mrs. Watson Carpenter have sold their barn to Mr. and Mrs. r loyd Crafts, proprietors of Childs Tavern. Mrs. Brockway, cook at Childs Tavern, is sintering irora irouiue wun ucr muui- i ach. Dr. Wright was called to attend her. F. F. Wheeler has returned to his home in -Bridgeport.-Conn., after spend ing four weeks with his brother, A. L. Wheeler. James M. Upton has sold his place. formerly the Israel Haynes place, to Harold B. Wheeler, possession 10 dc given about Dec. 1. L. A. Brown recently sold two cars to go to et iJover, a isuick louring car to J. A. Davis and a Ford touring car to Ernest W. Pease. Colby's restaurant is "closed for the winter and Mr. Colby expects to go soon to Canaan, N. H., .returning to his busi ness here in the spring. Lawrence Copeland and Keir. L. W. Champney recently had jnew telephones installed in their homes, the respective calls being 5-13 and 15-4. William Harris's family has moved from West Dover into Mrs. June Chase's house. Mrs. Chase is staying at the home of her son, Guy Nklo. Miss Temple has returned to her school in the lower interval district after a few days' absence. .Miss Purcell of Pownal substituted during her absence. Mrs. L. W. Champney left Friday afternoon for a few weeks' visit with her parents- who are about to move to Penn sylvania. and other relatives and friends in litchburg, Mass. Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Busby motored to North Adams bunday and brought back Mrs. Busby's mother, Mrs. Celestia Boyd, who has been spending the sum mer with her children there. The annual meeting of the Wilmington Farmers' Day association will le held in the town hall Friday evening. Nov. i, ana a tun attendance ot an mieresieu in the affairs of the organization is desired. Mrs. D. O. Butter field, who has been visiting her mother and sister a week. returned Wednesday night. Her mother, Mrs. Martm Plimpton, also Kev. and Mrs. J. Duke King of Rupert, returned with her. Miss Eva Rice and Miss Alice Brown are leaving Thursday for their new. yet old, home in Mendota, 111., after spend ing several years in town, during which time both have taught in some depart ment of the village school. Several from here attended the wed- i ding of Carlton Brown and Miss Marion Alice Gould at the Baptist church in East Dover Monday evening. Mr. Brown is a son of the late Walter S. Brown of Wilmington and his home always has been in town. News ' has been received here of the birth of a son. Francis, jr., Oct. 25, in New Haven. Conn., to Mr. and Mrs. Francis J. McCarthy, who boarded at George Carpenter's last winter while Mr. McCarthy was employed by the Con struction Co. A very interesting Halloween social was given by the Y. P. S. C. E. of the Baptist church in the church vestry Tuesday evening. About 35 were in at tendance and enjoyed games, stunts, and refreshments of pumpkin pies, dough nuts and coffee. Myron E. Lyman, who has a position for the' New England Power Co., ex pects soon to close his house for the win ter and go to Greenfield, Mass., to live so as to be nearer the work as one of the purchasing agents of the right of way for a power line. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Siblev of Snrine- field, Mass., .came to visit Mrs. Sibley's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Medbury, over the week-end. They were accom panied by Miss Eunice Medbury and a friend to visit at 3Ir, and Mrs. Herbert Medbury s of Beaver street. The Swarthmore Chautauqua closed a series of very interesting entertainments in Memorial hall Saturday evening. Tickets were sold in sufficient numbers to relieve the guarantors of all respon- siDiiuy ana a contract was signed vy a sullicient number of guarantors to in sure the coming of the Chautauqua an other year. The "body of Alice (Patch) Whitman, daughter of John Patch, formerly of this town and one of the finance committee of the Wilmington Savings bank for 30 years, was brought here Thursday night from Boston for burial in Rest land. Short services will be held at the Patch lot in the cemetery this, Friday, morning at 10 o'clock. There was a large attendance at the Halloween social given by Victory Grange at their hall- Wednesday night. Games were played and luncheon was served. Miss Eva Rice and Miss Alice Browne were presented a book each by Mrs. Wayne I. Carner, lecturer, in be half of the Grange, the presentation be ing rcbponded to by the recipients. family of Jamaica to Davis Bridge Sun day. The Christian Endeavor topic for next Sunday evening is Better Thinking. Mrs. Crosby of Dummerston was a guest at Mrs. Lilla Smithsa last week. Brasor & Barber have decided to close their store and mill hereafter on Tuesday and Thursday evenings at ti-30 o'clock. There were 20 women' present at the society meeting of Mrs. Jennison's last Thursday and 75 or more at the' Hal loween social Tuesday evening at Mrs. jrurys. xn ladies reanzea aoouc -o. i places. WEST GUILFORD. There will be services in the Baptist church Sunday as usual. Fred Richardson of Greenfield visited Sunday with his sister, . Mrs. Frank Pierce. Mrs. Phoebe Converse of Brattleboro is visiting her sister-in-law, Mrs. Sum ner Coleman. , Walter Tuttle and family of Grafton spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pierce. Edward Moseman started Tuesday night for Pontiac. Mich., on business. He also will visit his mother. , Miss Meriam Nichols of Cambridge port spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Nichols. Mrs. Earl Jaqueth and son of Guilford Center are staying a few days with her mother, Mrs. Minnie Prouty. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Johnson and son went Sunday to Shelburne Falls to visit her brother, William Humes. Miss Mila Akley is ill with a heart trouble. Mrs. Grace Christiansen is car ing for her. Dr. Hunter of West Brat tleboro is the attending physician. Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Holden of Brat tleboro attended the Halloween, social and box supper in the church vestry Thursday evening. Oct. I'O, A good num ber were present. Twelve boxes were sold. Thirteen dollars was realized for the M-bool. -WEST. HALIFAX. Hollis Carr is at work in Richford. M. W. Plumb, who spent two months in Circleville, Ohio, has returned to his home. Miss Mildred Porter of Brattleboro was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. George Chase over tiie week-end. Mr. and Mrs. Delmont Hicks have moved from Leon Cutting's tenement into . . A inn house. Robert Bowen. who was onerated unon for appendicitis at the North Adams hos pital, returned home Saturday. Rev. ami Mrs. Buzzell. who snent the week in Leominster, Mass.. returned home Saturday, accompanied by their daughter and husband, who went home Mimiay. Baptist church, Rev. A. S. Buzzell pastor. Morning worship 11 o'clock. Topic, The Christian's Inventory. Eve ning service 7 'dock. Topic, Why I am Not a. Christian? The pastor will be as sisted in this service by Miss Maud Thurber and it will be a uninue service- one of much interest. All are invited. GoldsborQug.il . hajl. Princes Mary's country ,honie, was built about the year 1625. IMVCIlUIr' XT It I The Rcbekuhs held a sociable and children's party Wednesday. Games were played and music was enjoyed.. Re freshments were served. Mr. and Mrs. Jenney have moved some household goods into the tenement over their dry cleaning rooms. , They intend to stay there this winter. Mrs. Renie Mason returned to her home in Wollaston, Mass., Wednesday after spending several weeks with her mother and sister in town. Rev. and Mrs. J. II. Sargent left Tuesday afternoon for their new home in Shelburne Falls. They were with Mr. and Mrs. G. A.v Robertson from Thurs day to Tuesday. Mrs. lievasseur returned Monday from a three weeks' visit in Canada. Her mother returned with her. having told her property in. Canada. She intends to make her home with her daughter in the states. E. L. Iisher sustained a painful in jury Oct. 24. 'While setting a window light he slipped and fell, cutting his leg and hand badly." Dr. Iichaine took nine stitches in the laceration ot" his leg. He is improving. Mr. and Mrs. It. P. Lamb of Green ville. X. H., visited his brother, John M. Lamb, last week. . Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lamb and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Stuart of Springfield, Mass., were week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lamb. The American Iegion will have its an nual supper and dance ins, the town hall rriuay evening. :ov. 1(1. Supper will be served at 5.."0 and will consist of cold meats, salads, etc. Snow's orchestra will furnish music for the dancing. Wapohoka council, No. ' 37, enter tained the Brattleboro Pocahontas Mon day evening. The visiting council fur nished the program. Dancing was a feature of the evening. A delightful supper, consisting of oysters, pies, cheese, pickles,- doughnuts and coffee were served. All reported a jolly time. Mrs. Frank ' Davis entertained the Woman's club at her home Tuesday. The pajHT for thi afternoon was read by Mrs; Clarence O'Neal on the subject, Making the Home Beautiful. Readings were given by Mrs. A. F. Fisher, Mrs. Harold Garfield and' Mrs. Ezra Pike. lUfreshments were served by the hostess. The next meeting will be observed as guest night and will be at the home of Mrs. G. E. Robertson Tuesday, Nov. 7. Dr. Margaret Carlton of Keene will 1k the speaker. SOUTH HALIFAX. Mrs. Raymond -key and Miss Dorothy Harris of Shelburne Falls spent the week-end with their, parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Harris. Mr. and Mrs. George Ranger- and Mr. and Mrs.- McNally and sister, Miss Mar garet McNally, of Holyoke, were guests of Mrs. Nellie Barry Sunday. HOME BAKERY The Home of Quality Goods Made In a Clean, Sanitary Bake Shop Sold at Prices Which Will Appeal to the Public Cash and Carry System Get the Habit of Trading Here and Save Money Our Doughnuts Are Delicious, 22$ per Dozen Cocoanut Cream Pies, 25 Home Bakery, South Main St. Telephone 465 Branch at Coogan's Market, Elliot Street No woman is quite as wonderful as she expects her on's wife to be. " HEALING, ALL SORES- J ' rsE ' "Strattons Liniment" The Newly Elected Head of the American Bank ers' Association In an Address Recently Said: With a forged check passed every three and a half minutes of every banking day, with losses of $150,000,000 in 1921 through check manipulation, somebody loses. If you think you are protected ask your bank. Check writers are a recognized protection, more and more being used every day, if check raising is increasing and more machines are being sold, the element or risk must be getting greater to the man who doesn't use a ma chine. A fellow said to me the other day: "March, I never had a check raised." I said:. "Nothing strange about that; a lot of people are in the same boat, but you haven't died yet." Another one said: "I can only lose what I havein the bank." "Now I know better than that. I know that in : the courts it has been decided that 'Money paid in good faith and without neglegence on a raised check may be re covered by the bank that pays." Check protection simmers down to one fact : "Are you willing to put the price of a machine against your entire liquid assets? HAL L. MARCH Fine Closed Cars F iixe Car ar E -S. Mm Coupe $1445 Sedan $1465 F. O. B. Detroit Tax Extra Advertising Copy Sent to The Reformer Early Gives Compositor Time for Better Display GUILFORD. Mrs. Jane Mellen has returned home from Brattleboro. " - Carl Brown spent the week-end at his home in Kowe, Mass. Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Perry accompanied their son-in-law, Martin Gleason, and It is now very generally conceded that the mechanical foundation of Jewett cars is one of the great engineering triumphs of the year. There could be no more perfect six-cylinder, motor. There could be no stronger or more efficient chassis from radiator to rear axle. But inspect the Sedan and Coupe and you .will make another startling discovery. Despite the extremely low prices, you will find yourself viewing the finest of body work, upholstery and general appointments. Then, and then only, you will appreciate that these are fine cars that set an entirely new standard of value. Here there is no compromise. Study the list of Jewett features at the right. They tell a story of refinement that has never been equalled in the popular priced field. ' Th9 campere Piget-Jcwett line of mix-cylinder passenger cr offer m melection of thirteen models priced from $995 to $3350. Ti9 complete line of Ptige trucks meets every haulage need. Thmy are mold and serviced by Paige Dealers everywhere. Jewett Closed Car Features Long-wearing, all-wool npholstry fabric tbat neither fade nor soil easily. Extra broad cushions over deep cushion spring. Ample leg room for all passengers. Full steel panelled. Broad plate glass windows which slide in felt lined channels rattle and raln-pTOof. Easy operating window lifts. Silk roller curtains. Dome light. Locks on all doors. Yale thief-proof transmission lock. Drip moulding which prevents rainnianinf dowts over the doors and side windows. Cowl ventilator. Rain and sun visor. ; Windshield cleaner. Drum type lamps with lenses, and 2 sets of balbs Double catch, non-rattling doors. Sedan: Robe RaiL foot rest, pockets on the doors. ampie room lor five passengers. Foot doors, of course. Coupe: Is as roomy as 4-passenger closed carf listing for $2,000 or more and really comfortabl for four adults. ROBERTS AUTO CO., INC. ELM STREET. BRATTLEBORO.