Greenfield Gazette And Courier, April 28, 1917

Greenfield Gazette And Courier

April 28, 1917

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Greenfield Gazette and Courier (Newspaper) - April 28, 1917, Greenfield, Massachusetts t ' • •GAZBÎTB, YOL. 124 GREENFIELD, MASS. SATURDAY, APRIL 28, 1917 16 PAGES , COURIER,. VOL. 77 NO. 17 QSARUBS r. PECK M IMeral «•» Gwenne«; Heatln*, Piombini, Store«, Bantea. Gtanaral Repairing. tflBpl. CALLON SAUTER for SEAL ESTATE roá. RÁXJB—One of the best houses In town - .--i - ota HlglilmidAve. ▲ splendid 13-room house, 3 flreplacea. One of the moat pleasant plaoeaon Federal Bt. An extr»lKOod9-rooml>ohae on Franklin St. ▲ food one story bulldlng,20x,40 it., must be titten from premises....... A > ohalr barber Bhop doing a good business. A bargain. A general store in a live town; near Greenfield. , A modern two Apartment home. Orchard St. ' A real good two apartment house, with ex-tra large lot and large barn; on Haywood St. ber «.ncTbest of mowihg and tillage ¡££3. In Leyden, ■■■'.•■ „ A good tobacco or onion farm, good bufld- aores or oast '-r*rm<i« - /¿ad r,e»r ?S3rfc«nfleid.—Hobuildings. JOHN SAOTER j &8TI0E or THE PEACE. •<■ ' ' LICENSED AUCTIONEER • "fhone "928-^. ~ - ~ - '........ tt Stante* WANTED til 8 -A-,girl tpr general bouMWork. 7 Apply M CONGRESS ST. w ANTED—A competent cook. lera^all WANTED—Boy t® deliver papers mornings-1W GREENFIELD NEW8 CÍO. W ANTED-Houseueepe^ Äral st: TTfTANTED—A com] TT housework. tfl7 »tent girl-for general 'RANK J. LAWLER, ---—388-Mirtn-Strn TÏTANÏED^A telephone operator. Yf In person at WELDON HOTEL. Apply 1W \KfANTteDr-01rt or TT housework. - tm . .. >' womiui for, general MRa.E. R.tftSk¿; • 109 Hltfh.St. ANTED—'Work on a farm. CHARLES SMITIT, Town, lw* " Xel. 163-W. William P. Donovan & Co. ; Insurance r Real Estate ...... ARMS BLOCK COURT SQUARE tf2pl I ; Greenfield iQHirirKictY _nea| catate - 20Congr«mtt. Tel. 173 rtrHM for Sal« Also Bulletins Lota «Ad DwdlliHg Ho Would be pleased to show at any time. • tf« ■ . - -■• «S. PÍIPLIC STENOGRAPHER BuÄTnef» And" Social Correspondence, -— Specifications, Legal work..,.■ KnvelosM Addressed and Circulars Enclosed EMPLOYMENT SERVICE HISS EMERY ROOM 10, O'BRIEN BLOCK, Hope Ht, tftpl ' : .......Telephone 621., DR. A* WALDO MASON LAKK PLEASANT, MAI1 Pcychic and Magnetic Healer. DiagnnatsbV one leading sjr free.. Botipio »1.1«. Monty bf a^l «.-Age, (auftaue,with ■■ Consultation at office miles only; Pint bottle fc eMiw. ' lyroa* - "CTT"ANTED—A middle-aged" woman to do ___^ V . UK ' #■ ' WANTED—Factory truckmen and cleaners. Good wages, steady work. F>R SALE-Vo. 1 Hay. tfl5 8TOUGHTON FARM, Turners Falls. F>R SALE—Yellow Dent fleed Corn on the ear.. PHILIPMBBEILL, . 16 . Shelburne Falls, Mass. FOR BALE—Two horses,one two-seated express wagon. wagon. tflO nearly new, one lumber PETER PAUL, Gill. For sal: llou; oni -75 weaned pigs;.Percheron stal-road mare. 16* A. O. WARNER & SONS, Sunderland. FOR BALE—G tènohti-liRnd work horses, wt. llOOto 1400, just out of hard work, lw* • ■ E; L. BARBER, Bernardst'oii.'; - òr "12 young cows-in milk ! In this sprilli;. Good ones. S. T. K. DAVENPORT. "ÜÜR S ALE—2d-hand No. 4 Underwood type- W.B. CARHON,' .E- writer in good condition. Ill Main St. Tel. 196-M. lw "ÜOR SALE—Best quality Chester hay. 3tfpv F<m SALE—Light Oyerland Truck in Al condition. ' tf9 32 CONGRESS ST. - FOR SÁLE^-Qood second-hand doors, tflc ~ ' 124 SILVER BT. Tel. 304-M. FOR SALE—Pair jlght ' weight- horses, good workers ór drivers, lw MYRON D. HAGER, South Deerfleld. FOR SALE —Attractive two-aplirtment house, all modern,_llve.rooms each iloor. tf 17 Iriquirtf 18« CONWAY t>T. Tel. 679-tV. SALE—My fww of 1W) aerea on Kagt . HUI, Leyden. Easy terms. Also some hay. 16« H. WIEMER8, Bernardston, Mass. "EIOR Jr h H F lOR SALE—About 7ff bushels hard wood athes- at 85c. tf 17 CHAS. R. FIELD MFG. CO.' lw SALE OR RENT—One-half acre of . W. H. BOLSO VER, 108 Highst., Greenfield. For_____ _ land on High St. Tj^QR SALE-Rose C. Reds, Wh. "Wyandottet; "E10R SALE—Rubber tired buggy at rea'son-X1 able prllîe asMiave no-further use-for it. « -r. "ÖTAJiTEI^A TT Greenfleld, lw* place to .piteli a tunt in Must be near house. ' , Address T., This Office. JP Eggs for Hatching; Day Old Chicks; Peiyp :___. ..... ."Xj*,** 29-h.mA ■inino ni t>_^h«« RED Red CEDAR MIXTURE made p.f., . Cedar and Napthaline Recommended as a Reliable Protection against Moths The Hovey Pharmacy JO^T M. HACKIilSY, Reg. Pharm. Iy22pl • INTEREST •¿ami ~£U (B>a%elie & ©owrîer. GREENFIELD, APRIL 2g, 19t7. Thè voters of the Commonwealth have a most impoftant duty to perform next Tuesday in selecting the "men who shall determine . what changes, Tf*any, shall be made in the constitution« Althoùgh, the remodelling oi' remaking ivi ay: first WANTED-Glrl for general housework. MRS. W. J. NEW COMB, tfl2 ° 118 High St. XÏT ANTED—iSeveral hundred cords of green TT mixed wood on lot òr at brickyard. ta ROBERT E.- PRAY. WANTED - Aflrst-el ass milking Durham cow. ^State condition, age and price. -lw W. P. LESHURE, SprlngOeld, MaiM. tfl7 Position by alnftle man, SO, for " - -noons and Bundays. Address K.,Thls Office. \*rANTED ^ Tf: Saturday afternoons and Bunda; *I7"ANTED—Competent maid for general W housework. MRS- ALBERT E BAWKS, 1X7"ANTED—I'lace to keep roadster in prl--TT -vate garage or barn near Weldou Hotel. Viw Write BOX P., Gftzette Office, For Sa; füaß'flöoatlons In GreeiiBeld. FRANK .J. LAWLER, Executor. Greenfield.. tfl3 WANTED—1 or 2 elderly people and rootn; pleasant location. Address L. F., Gazette Office. to board 2wl? ED—Girl for general housework with small family of adults, attractive position, 90. * . MISS EMERY, Room 10, O'Brien Blqpkt H,^,St,,; W ANTED—Immediately, operators in silk mill; Good wages and free transportation. For information addfess D. E. ADAMS CO., Inc , Athol, Mass. 17 XmrANTKD TT local territory; right man. Address-; nlcklnnlc&Beecher Sts Activé, eneigetlc salesman for good opportunity for Address-SÄKSMANAGER, Kln- juo^AHAum., ntu- Milwaukee.Wls. lw* WANTED—Farmers to know thatl shall continue to sell.the Harder silo for an- other yr. - -------------- Q. S',TWKDWJsEl.- 3mos7 .. Tel. 03-22. fiardwells Ferry. WANTED—Contractors and crocheters on ooarse bootees rwho can deliver large quantities. LOUIS SCHLESINGER & CO ■Xtí Ea«t 24th.8t., New York olty. . lw» Wallpapers PAINTS AND VARNISHÊS J. A; YOUNG REMOVED ^TO « CHAPMAN ST.- Greene Forniture Building. «Spi . . "Join the Planting Line" YourOpportuifity CHÈSTNÔT VALLEY FARM * Is idle. Earl -Prlqe-frnd-1 IV and productive, ter mat! ght.----— 8ÜNNI8IDE FARM, Haßley tfl2pl NEXT WEEK ONLY WINDOW SHADES N ; ALL COLORS Each 25c ~ We aremoslng out our rtock as we will-■ not handle shades In the future We Carry the Largest Stock of Paint and Wall Paper In Greenfleld J, b. CHEVALIER & SONS Chevalier Block—Bank Bow Telephone 834 We do painting ana paper hanging ' fcf8pl \wrANTED—200 acres cnoamberq. W1U pay TT topeash prl<j«»-ior«n»ire crop. Fenfliz-er and seed furnislrgd lf deslred. Phone or write for'further Information. ---------K. S WAN -GOri Sotrth.-Deeraelclr "ElOR BALE—Two new houses^ situated on f - the southerly side of Grove St.; hardwood floors and' modern conveniences. Will be rekdy forooeupancy March 8ft; tf» . • - WM. A.DAVT5NPORT. W ANTED—Married or slnrtie man for gen era! work on. farm. Must understand kerosene engine, references. v-2 wis by letter enclosing i.'g. underhill; South Ashlleld. WANTED—10 Tool makers for work on jigs and .fixtures; 3 metal polishers; 12 mechaulos for drilling and assembling; first class factory conditions; good wages; tf!4 MILLERS FALLS CO., MllTers Falls. WANTED—8everal girls over 10 yrs. old to wind fishing rods; fair pay while learning, good wages and steady employment. Address, or apply to MONTAGUE CITY ROD CO., Montague city, Mass. tf47 WANTED—Experienced__ and Pooket Book makers. Leather Goods Several more Inexperienced workers can 11 nd satisfactory and profitable employment here. • tf30 E. WEISSBROD St SONS. Inc. WANTED—Leather Worker, able to make and teaoh help to make leather special-tj®«:' ac>6TH opportmiity^foF SXpeflencecTboolc' . Also «lit edg-State exper TnoKSALir—MO?rnKxrciGAR8—Wanufac? Jr tured from the best tobaboo obtainable. Cotrectly blended lntp fimlld, full-flavored, ■atlafyine; smoke. If your dealer does not sell "The Mondex order direct and save the high cost of smoking. MFG. MONDEX CIGARS, 87 Bridge St„ Northampton, Mass.tflO binder or pocket book maker erj leather cutter and creasers lence. Modern daylight factory; Address ^THE ELWOOD MYERS CO., Springfield, Ohio. IB* WANTED Sand, bobbers, polishers ancLinexperleaced FRANKLIN SILVER pLAtìC CO., help.-tfl2 I2pl Greenfield., GOLDFISH AQUARIA AND SUPPLIES. PLANTS AND FLOWERS OF ALL KINDS. YBTTER, the Fldrist TBLtPHO»« »6-2 [tf] 228 MAIN ST. LCTTHE ; ICHOOSE the Cut Glass Water Set, Salad or Cream Set, SAtid^rich Tray or Clock •he jilces... Come MritH her and look i »k our assortment. 148 Main St., Graenneld.Mass. Pi ^Wc hive hundreds of use-hil ftrtides^>( value from the drt>wiä öf the head to the sole of the fool it 10 cents each TbtM li not OB* of a oatoh-penny derte« or of doubtful service in eyery home orlormontlndly id uals Let us supply your wants * NASH The Hóusè of Good - Drugs 2S5 MAIN BT, TEL. 268 WANTED Glrls to work-on-leather goods. Greenfield girls can board at home. Train leaves Greenfleld'dally, 0.65 a. m. Returns» leaving South Deerfleld; fl.17 p. m. Saturdays leaves South Deerfield 11.30 a. m. Good pay By the day while learning. THE ARMS tf39pl MT'G CO. South Deerfield. spruce flag a. Expeot to have a lra'l next week, ... 30 to 40 feet long. T. L. GAIN CS. 225 Silver It. lwpl« Mortgagee's Sale of Real Estate By virtue of a power of sale contained In à oertalivmortgage deed given by Frank W. Shumway of Greenfield in the County of Franklin and Commonwealth of Massachu-settflrtoUieFTankllnO<iuntyTru»tO'mpany, a corporation duly established according to law, and having Its usual, place. of. business at saldv Greenfield, dated the ninth dav "f Jilfiê, 1OT5, and recorded in the- Franklin County Registry of Deeds in Book aw. Page 130, and for the purpose of foreclosing said mortgage for breaon of the condltu ns thereof, will be sold at public auction, on the premises, on^ \Vedn««lay, tlio Twenty Tliird Day oi May, 1017, at Eleven o'clock in tha forenoon, all and singular the premises conveyed by sfild mortgage deed, namely; A Certain tract of land with t>u<4dlngs thereon situate- tn àald -Greenfield, bouuded and described as follows, to wit:—Beginning at a polht on the east side of Petty s Plain Ptreet atthenortheastoorneroflandofone-Wood-ard: thence running south twenty four degrees and thlrty ' minutés west, one hundred and seventy (I70)feet to a corner at the brook; thence - running—south - eighty-five degrees and fifteen mtnuteB east, one hundred and seventy-three and seventy-five, hundreathp feet to the east line of sala hefoA) mentioned sweet; tbence norththirtydegre'es «ndforty five minutes west, along said street one hun-dredand ninety-three feet .to the place of beginning. Said premises will be. sold subject to all unpaid taxes, liens, mortgages and assessments If any, prior Inlaw to this mortgage; ' One Hundred Dollars will be required to be paid in cash by the purchaser at thé time And place of sale and the balance on oir before fifteen days thereafter;" ' & - Dated at said Town of Greenfield this Twenty-seventh day of April A. D. Î917L THE FRANKLIN COUNTY TRUSTCOMPANY, —------------------------ IfoHgagee. Timothy M. Havea, Attorney. 17 FOR. SÁLE—three farms. Further particulars lnquirt of THOS." WELCOME, ! ***" '" Bernardston, Mass. tf83 X^OR SALE—My fruit and dairy farm, situ-J? a ted m E. Colraln. Kor description address WM. R. BRIDGES. West Leyden. 4wl4* X^ORSALE- IBA .MOO. -Pair Al farln horses, 8 yrs. old, . WM. D. WERSON, 1 - .......Charlemqnt. ' tfl3 ______^eyd T. H. KEET, Bernardston B. F. D. Tel. Greenfleld 274-3. FOR and tfO SALE—Two gòòd Estey organs, $20 — E. B. SNOW, 40 Bank Kow. Prop., Lamb's Music Store. SALE—The homestead. the late Sjtmuel.-O. LAmb, one of tlie best reshten- FOR SALE—One pair work mares, clever and Serviceably sound; one spotted saddle horse and one Leach dnmpcart in good conditlon.(lw)GUY R. SEVERANCE, Leyden. FOR SALE—-Varms of alt descriptions; 2 With stock and tools. Some of these farms 1 have good buildings and ajn up-to-date. L. MARCH, Real Evtate, Wood's Block, 4wl7 Shelburne Falls, Mass. FOR RENT—Modern 7-roöm house. Inquire lw ■ THOMAS J. GASS, 289 Silver St. POR RENT—^Storage room. WALTER E. AUSTIN, 62 Congress St. 2wl7 good CTOR RENT—From 8 to 10 acres of E--land on the Greenti.eld memlowsi— 2wl8 F. W. CONANT, Conway. FOR RENT—Upstairs tenement' of four rooms for A small-fAmlly at 16S Davis St. No children. lw U, B. JACKSON. FOR RENT—Two pastures between Buck-land and Cliarlemont, GEO. GREAVE8, Charlemont R. F. D.. M^ss. • ' lw* cows.. R RENT—Pasture: In . Bcinuucdston,, .wcdl. fenced and plenty of water; .will carry..25 tfl3 T. A. BARBER, Greenfield. TÎJlOR -RENT—Dr. Davjs house, Old.Deerfleid-. J? St.' References required. Tor fùll détails, "SEE CARSON," 111 Mnfln St., Greenfleld. Phone 1S0-M. ■ ' tf 14 X7IOR RENT—About 40 acres land, suitable J?, for raising obions, known as the William Cutler Smith piaoe, Whately. - . tflt FRANK j. LAWLER. Greenfield. White canòe. New last summer. Dark Indian red finish, mahogany gunwales and thwarts. Open gunwaleB, double ribbed, lw R, 8. liOOMIS, 117 High St FOR SALE-GRAPE VINES-Concord, Wor den. Moore's Early, Niagara, Delaware Agawam, etc , 16c to 40c each; 0 for SI. J. A. HORTON, 99 8chool St.,.Greenfleld. 2wl6 • ..... Tel. 308-W. "ClOR SALF^-Nloe 3 year ola Jorsey now due X1 to calve May 12; 3 tons No. 1-Timothy hay; 2 tons oheaper grade; 2-horse Champion wagon, body and sideboard!*, good repair. -tflQ C. S. BARBER, Bernardston. tftOtt' SALE—A quallt, ___ water system complete, been useil nearly two-years, i nst («s good as new. .Will, sell cheap • as I nave no more use for it. BURTTTHE FLORIST, Greenfield, MASs. tf38 F OH winning utility SALE—Eggs for hatching frorii'prfie-llty White Rock and White _ _________„ ...... White_______________ Wyandotte s took, bred for vigor and egg production. Setting of IS eggs, S 1.50; 60 eggs, $4: 100 egtré, $7. SUNSET FARM, 8helburne. 5wis* . Tel. 135-22 Shelburne Falls. FOR SALE—Eo;gs fbr hatching from fancy Partridge Wyandottes, $2 per setting, (6 per.$K0; also pure white, l'ekin Ducks» SLfiO per setting, 84.bo per so. SUNSET FARM, Shelburne..-SwlS* Tel.' 135-22 Bhelburne Falls- IJIOR SALE—HOUSES—Will arrive Mav 1 f wiHi"äü eSträ iftce 1âaï"ôf cHUnVB, Î2BÔ to 1880 lbs. each; several pairs, 2500, to 3600 lbs. 50 head to select, from. If yòu want _ood horses be sure and look this lot over, to other dealer in this state can show you as good a lot of horses as this is. M. J. TETREAULT. lw Mansion House. Stables, Greenfleld. —Nice fftwn,160acres, nice 9 room _ house; 3 barns, slated buildings,.2 nice sugar bushes, all kinds fruit trees. This includes ail farm, tools and sugar tools.- Located in Gullford. Vt., on Weat.herhead Hollow rd , 7. mi. from BrAttleboro. Vt.. 12 ml. frofa Green-field, Hass. - The owner's wife's health necessitates a quick sale. Ifyou delay you may be too late, JOHN L. HOWARD, The Real Estate Man, Crosby Block, BrAttleboro, Vt. 4iwl4* FOft SA1iE==4B HORSES^Our nextioad wilt arrive . Monday night, Apr. 80. 32 head: Pairs, 2400 to 3600; Ail kinds of single horsey, 1160 to 1800. We haye a few on hand: 4 single horses, 1175 to 1C50; ,t pair blacks, 3150; 1 pair bay chunks* 8100. A few seconds: 1 bay family horse, age 8, weighs 1100, name Duncan Wllks, oan step in 2.50, is true to work, very liandsome; 1 br. horse, 1200; 1 cheap mule, fat, kind and true, age 1C-, weighs loeo, $00. -------GUILFORD & WOOD HOR8E CO.< tfl7 F. J. Wood. Prop., Slinl hurne Falls. FOR 8ALE-^WagON8—Having sold iny eanriage'repository to the town of Colraln I am obliged,!» vacate and have a stock of Moyer and Urockaway Concords and top carriages which I bought before the advance in prloes and will close out at cost. I have a few Studebaker farm trucks and Mllburn farm wagons. If you are going to buy a wagon you can save money t>y buying now as there wlll.be a further advance 011 ail kinds of wagon« May 1. What I have on hand will be all I shall have to sell as 1 am going out of the wagon business. -6wl5 CHARLES A. MAltpY, Colraln. FOR-SALE-AT-AUCTION^Sse HORSES-On Thursday, May 3,1917, at Main 8*. Stables, Greenfield,Mass .commencing at 10.30o'clock. Will hold my annual spring sale on-the above date and for this sale .will have 50 horses of all kinds. IWr, Thomas Eaton of Chateaugay, N. Y., will have twenty of the best, horses that oan be bought on the farms in Canada. I have been there for, a week selecting .what the farmers want. They will Im good chunks from U00 to 1300 In pairs and sittgies;7--ThiT'Bre--all—weli-broke-anAready MTwork. No danger of sickness. Vou run no risk in these horses.""8 pair of heavy draft hprses fr7m 2900 ti 3300, good ones; several Acclimated' hoKes. ■ I Also will sell 12 speed lfirsea. I wlli glve desflrlptlon of some; Baron Garrey, br. stud with a winning race record oi 2.1<K and as good a trotter and as Kfttne as tbey make them, won hls lft»t roee he started In 7 heats; Burns Baron, 1.17K. or. gelding, 6 yrs. old and nobody has a better race prospect than he, he worked in 218H Ust year and.is sound; Dr. Billings, 2.21K.» great brush horse, in fine shape and a good road horse; Atkinson, bay geldlng, 8 yrs. old, .went a mile In 2 29 last year.as a «-year-old, a fine colt with stee-and speed and wfill bred; Manrlcan, br. stud, stands 15.8, S^rrs. old. by the ohatnplon stall lon -of h IS age and out of an Axworthy mare, he can step; Beata, bay mare, 8 yrs. old, »tandard bred and registered. this is A sure race mare, one of the Allen farm c6tts, w/itch her trot; Elbrino Maid, blk. ' " ' • • ' ■ " this fast. _______________ ______ colts. Thi* will be the best lot of horses you have seeh lu sometime. Two pair of heavy harnesses; one dump cart. Several seoood- liand wagons and harnesses. _____ • ROGER ROURKE, Prop. ABRAMGiDDOKiAuctloneeE. lw . f. B. FOSDBB. ClerK. JOB RENT—Farm near Green River. Vt.. ^ÜHSSl' llulWIni^aSPi^lötOfSS®?!^'*' öcatlon, will keep 2 horses àhd ê heâd stock 6wl2* A. S. BLACK, 51 Pierce St., Greenfield or remaKing of a state constitu-tion is a vital matter, there seems to be little Interest in the election of-thé delegates. On -anothBF page will be fojjnd the candidate^'from whom the local delegates shall be chosen, In thé First ¡Congressional, district "there are nine candidatesAfrom whom but four can -be elected delegates. Aniong these is Dana 'Màlone of Greenfield, long honored in state affairs and.....always fournd measuring up to the high Vsf. v/tfavajirnfir&t election hy 'û- hïinâaomti: ¡pTulitllty^btft they must not expect that- alone to GUARD YOUR HEALTH UWARE OF AliL DEPENDS UPON. ÍNtílVIDUAL. Publio Safety • Committee Appoints Board of Health :Committee oa. Public Hygiene. - The local committee oh public safe« ty has constituted the ; Board ot tlealth of the" tojyn, consisting oi. Dil. ebb" miler~iniiT~Hower™an,d John C. as a local committee on public hygiene. This appointment ia* in conformity with the actipn of public safety committees throughout the state, the objett of the'hppointment being to provide a body especially charged with tlie establishment of as sound conditions -as to public health %a Is possible:' Members, of the-comrrittteo ____________.....J*> >1 *» t t.h 0 ...53?A±4».. ....... J. .Mc IN OUR ' Ie'ect.Wi, Belfçyin'ë"f/läV/ìo^ià'¿He-fot FRANKLIN COUNTY . TRUST,........ CO IVI PAIN Y lySflpl to Make Money and the safest is to invest in real estate The aulckeflt way is to come and look over wolfttkui's lists. "...;".:" Wolfs&lii has all. kinds of places and can suit your requirements at the price you want to pay for a suitable home. It will be to ?our advantage to talk fvlth him before buy- ng » home.' . . ADAM W0tl«K)U. A St.. '' «8 ft«MiiUln nu -;; - Offlce hours 1 to a pt^mV . T tu 8 ev enings? Jnstloeof til« Peaee. Ueenoed Aootloneer " tf88pl •/ ' THE ANNUjVL MEETING of the East Shelburne Cemetery AssoclAtion will- be held at A. L. Peck's. Tuesday, May 1, at 8 o'clock p. m. (l\v*pl) A. L. PECK, Sec. MRS. D. BAItRKTT.a.gent for JLewas> _ dos »renoh Dyeing and Cleansing Hons«. tf3l BIRKIHIM strai n Single Comb Rhode Island Reds, won 60 prizes and ribbons this year. 9 at Greenfield.show, including 1st and special on cocta grand cookerels for 8aie,.|fi.to^i.iaeacli.___2nd_cackerel_Greenll.(ildr $10. ' Eggs'from pen headed by 1st Greenfleld cook, $8 per 15. Eggs from 1 cock, shape and -color-special Great Harrington, Mass., ia per IS. Other pens, $2.60 per 16. EVERBREEZE POULTRY FARM. Cheshire Mass......... tf8 PLACE TERRACE AN IDEAL LOCATION FOR — YOUR NEW noiwr ~ " Near Conway 8t. carline and about; five minutes' walk tdfrthree dllTernnt shops. The town has al*o voted to take land ojitliesanie street to build a new School house. AlO-room house on wllver St.. price 83000, easy terms; L. I>. CARPENTER, 386 Conway St. 3mosl6pl - Tel. 316-M. FOR SALE iarm of 10B Acres,- situated" on^ main road froni Greenfield to BrAttleboro, Vt., 4.mile» from Brattleboro; lC-room house. Ideal placo for automobile Inn; newjlceliouse and new henhouscr- Prlce $5000. -Inquire---— MRS. r. L. LYONS. 74 Main 8b tflOpl - - - ^ Greenfield, Mass: 'Conklln Self rilling" 'Waterman's Ideal" "Boston Safety" 'Moore's Non-leakable' "Paul E. Wirt" ' •'Jaokson" 'Swan Safety" A. XV. JONES. tC40ol FOUNTAIN PENS PROM «I.OOUP EvctrPta V»rrsal*d 348 MAIN ST. GwwvlleM. JOSEPH CHEVALIER . 0. N. CHEVALIER CHEVALIER BROS. PAINTING, DECORATING, PAPERHANGING AMD Antique Furniture -Refinistaing a Specialty ATI worlTguarantced nnd done promptly at, reasonable prices. Call for; our up-to-date sample books of wall' paper. We shall be pleased to take them to yoti for your Inspection. Phone or send us a card. Phone 36-W or 8B-R.' 0« SCHOOL ST. Iy63pl Opposite Telephone Ezchan Engraved Copper Plate ~ and 60 VUltlngCards Wedding Invitatio», ^ 1 • tJ M i no gram andAddreai Die ______________ A. W. JONES, 2 J8 Maln St.___ tf40pl Greenfield« Maas. FREDERICK E. PIERCE ailllNI'lltDi MAH. BROKER I bave Several Firàt Mottgage LcMÍna on deiirable Real Estate beating 5% tp înteiett \ These àte high-class Savings Bank Loans. 1I8 MAJN ST. tn TEL. 488-W. f jytM. v.rfw «Of mjmmmir^ OFDEPOSIT If you have funds that you are not yet ready to Invest, deposit them in this Bank and get a certificate of deposit. Thus your money, if left for a sufficient time, will draw interest, besides being safe, and ready for you when you want tdlise if. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK. Greenfield» Mass. Safety Service Satisfaction tf " ' ; .-V .-r-"-- •:...........-......... GARSON I Will Buy Any House In Greenf ¡eld that is For Sale provld-ed the Price Is Right: ■ ' " "How is it," said thé child to his father, "that my hair has grown longer thftir yours; when yours nAs grown longer than mine?" It was a member of tlie Yale faculty wfio defined philosophy, "To make those about you-comfortable and bif comfortable your self." Why Not see Carson and buy the place that your wife wants? You only go through this life once. Just try making your wife comfortable for a while and you will be apt to be more comfartAble yourself. Why Not toy the two apartment house which I own on Hayes Avenue?' It will rent readily lor. $aaamonth for tlie two Apartments. It.ls near Main Bt-, that Is what nine out of ten people want. Why Notmake somemoney buying a piece of Real Estate here in Greenfleld? Conservative Judges estimate that the town for the next ten years will increase in population 800 each year. That means increased values. I want only a moderate profit and that is what everyoue should have. Why Not buy a fine residence that is in "my hands for sale that.is located on Congress at? Under"'pieSent conditions It can be bought a thousand dollars less than Its real valne. ..... Why Not buy a two apartment house on lUgh Ht.,'that Is the latest Word in anything In Greenfleld? This one would need some moneyr butrthe-house-is a-beauty^-^Partloulars' oi> application.. Why Not buy a pretty little bungalow that Is very attrautlvev I have lust one—it-only requires a little money Why Not buy s charming little seven, room house near Federal St., and only-ten minutes' walk from the common? nice as a just ripe peach. v It is-as Why hi Nöf Tjuyaiöwprleedllttlepiäcff that 1 have for sale for SlTOO that has quite a little bit of land, consider Able fruit, a henhouse and a garage. Only little money needed. ■ ; ' Not look over my ^prlriK List, which gives full, pajtioulars .aboutm^nyPlacea,^ ________ Why Not buy the Stebbins house in Old Deerfield tit., which has 2D rouuia, praotically all modern,- fine piazza«, nice shade trees, fine lawn, a barn and four acreB of . land. Adapted for a year round country residence,; summer residence, auto Inn. private school, sanitarium, ^he owneT wants to sell It.and willmake the right price. Tul^details on .application.............., W. S. CARSON - in MAIN ST. v GRCCNriCLD. MASS. REAL ESTATE AUCTIONtCH PIRE INSURANCE. STRONG COMPANIES ----- t ■ - ......• ' work- and feeling sure that he will be: elected .and" then staying away frûm the polls will .not make-him a ihem--Ber ôï the csbnVention. Kvery 'vôtêf should register his vote. The larger the vote the stronger will be Mr. Ma-lone's endorsement. .Mr. Malone. entered the contest only at the earnest solicitation fri his friends and., is willing'to give up .valuable time simply from the standpoint of pride in the best sort of citizenship.. When st^ch men are willing to sacrifice their per-Bonal affalrs for the gOQd. of the state the voters Hhouid -at least do their part. In the' Second Congressional district where there are six candidates from which four àre to- be selected, Hon! John -W. Hitlgis, foYmvr^si'Tfstor from "Montague," should-be one of the four——Mr.—Halgis~made~a—»ecord.....in. the House and Senate which shows that he has the ability arid'¿he deep interest for civic welfare to make him a -valuable member of the convention. Thte voters will make no .' .mistake .. in. electing^ t>ana Malone and John W. Haigis. Undoubtedly the war has Eîîrainlshed interest in the ; convention bu^-war has not taken anxthillgUlromi the importance of the convention and the votens should see to it that the delegates are men of -character and ability. Statesmen are needed at this time, not political bosses and hang-erfi-on. Charles E. Hibbard of Pitts-field should also be elecfted as one of the four delegates from the First-Congressional district. Mr. Hibbard is a former-mayor of Pittsfleld and stands very high in the estimation of the people of Pittsfleld and ;Western Massachusetts. The fact that he was Recently elected president of the Massachusetts Bar ASaociation is «. strong endorsement of his legal-'acumen. —Mas^Jdliuse t{R cuDnamiti;ee---Oi-public- safety is •convinced.' that all possible' means should be taken to increase food,.production, They believe that, the bankers should assist the farmers as far as possibly, by ^extending loans which will permit "the planting-of rrior^acres of crops. They advise the sending of an agent among ^he farmers- to "a.rouse them to ^ raise bigger crops and also to arrange for loans to make such inccg^se possible; To raise 20 additional acres of beans it is estimated a farmer would need 000^ extra capRal^ for 20 acres tof qorn fliTOT) and for TO acres of "potatoes $3200. There, is no question "but that the farmer should be encouraged and receive substantial backing if he is to greatly enlarge his pi anted ajcreago. The suggestion is made by. a Franklin county farmer that "a systematic collection of siilali" surpluses from' farmers' gardens could be made 4>y motor cars which should-be met at some CCntral point by a truck or trucks and'thus get to market in the aggregate a large amount of produce which would ordinarily go •tS; Ttvastja-rltr-tanttll 'lota;—:PractfcaIly "all" farmers have a little more of this or that than they use,' of which no account is made.- - If'iutilized it would be a clear saving arf ho extra expense is entailed in the raising. Dr Allan missioner of health, Xaïughîin*/, and.othçr prominent wo'rk- coftTl^lie^^tth^'th^WOftC Which the committee is - respopsihlê ". the public is especially Urged to pay c-loaer attention tlîan ever ta the presence _ajid. po8sibilitlesi of communicable^ diseases. There is no ¿actor -which—bo-- far.....servpB-to spread infec- tlouB diseases as.., disregard oï th«lr " ee rloiisness.-. Meaales^ichi cken_pox.:and" mumps frequently _méan, in an individual "case, but little' trouble or ih- ^ convenient'e. When, as always fol-Iow.h' whwi. such diseases are disregarded, - they a-re' allowed tu spread,....... much'- harm can -come-from—them. There is especial danger of-serious sults "from such »diseases during, the coming summer when'large numbers -of soldiers are likely to be kept .tQ-, getlièr in concentration cump9,' Evepy individual, especially When children" are in lïîa""'or"Her" charge,, should immediately learn the- natufe «of any sickness, even though slight in its nature, which comes to his attention. À child or a grown person may be but very slightly indisposed -and still be a source of "danger to. ev- • him. A call should .'be sent to the the sickness should be learned at once. As soon ' as it is known that • any of the diseaaes_dangerous to the public—health—Such—as those—men- —-tioned, scarlet fever, .diphtheria, Ger-. man measles, septic siare throat, whooping cough or typhoid fever—■ ; cither is présent' or -is suspected, the Poard of Health should be notified« ;in order that steps may be taken for the protection of both the patient and , the public. . Provisions are now made for the revocation of diagnosis, if 'in later developments the suspectéd dis-_____ ease is found, not'to exist, so that tho provisional quarantine may be lifted. Penalties of a &eriQUB nature are provided for tlié failure to notify -health authorities-of aity "-of jQte dju--;' ' eases mentioned, which may. be enforced against both the Jiousehdlder and'the physician falling to caake the report which the law requires. In normal times the necessity tor notifying of such diseases is great, but at the present time, when everyone must be kept in' condition for work, It is especially necesaaty that everything be done to protect the public's health, which is its greatest asset.CONGRESSMAN TREADWAY :READY TO HELP In order to aid in every possible way, the efforts- being made through-out his district to conserve the re-i sources and to promote the spirit of work of this kind in thj individual homes, Congressman Allen T. Treàd-way has obtained from the division of publications, . department of agriculture, a supply.of bulletins on domestic subjects -which will prove of much r •iiiterest to housewives and others. The bulletins . are the following: No. 34, Meats, composition and cooking; No. 203., Canned fruit, preserves and jellies,, household methods ot preparation: No. 293, Use of fruit as The coming-to America of Balfour, the great English statesman, representing Great Britain and Joffre, the beloved general of the French people, is an event which will long mark In history a niqmentous epoch. How differeht is thc féeling between Great Britain and America on .this anniver-sary of Patriot's day contrasted with the timé and the events which gave that dar its birth? And who shall say that the blessings, of civilization shall not be the richer because these two'great nations are_ standing upon a common ground.'striving for the advancement of the rights of man- for which tfie ancestors of . these peoples have continually striven since ancient days, the llrst real fruits of which struggje'.was the wresting of "Magna. Oharta," " from - King John on the plain« of Runnymede? While with France our relatloris-huve been-inost friendly, the coming of tho -great Jof--'re can but cement more ciosely the friendship, given birth by the immortal Lafayette. . . - • " ' \' The main quéstionJs not ht>!w„ much Will food cost but will there be food; No. 359, Canning vegetables in the home;£ No.. 39Ì," Economical use of heat in the. home. : ' Mr. Treadway is ready to provide his constituents with . a set or ¿ .single copies of "these. bulletins on foods.' They should prove of-much value especially during the period of the war. To each person who has written for seeds; Mr.. Treadway has mailed a-copy of thc excellent Farmers' Bulletin, No. 818, on the subject "Tho small vegetable garden," prepared under the direction of William A. Taylor, chief of the burcpu of plant Industry. He has a limited supply of these booklets on hand for distribution on request. He will also be glad to comply with requests for Farmers' Bulletins on other subjects than those mentiònéd above. Mr. Treadway may be addressed care of the House of Representative's, Washington,- Ù. C.. TOOK OWN LIFE WHILE DESPONDENT JosepU Leframboise, 65, despond*. ent over long . continued illness and weak from -recentmckness, took his fr ... . -life by hanging in the cellar of hia who"!honie""at" 6Tr™Central sTreetT^Tiirners" yesterday morning. He was a. enough to go around. To those Fa 1 Is are not expert farmers the Massachu-I .. , ,,. ____ , ,, setts Agricultural collège advises thè f,?0^"^«^«! citizen of the town, wejl raising of corn, beansT poultry and ! ,ÌKed 5111 ;wh5> j»1"1 an,d al- hoga. The college stands ready to ! wayH-read^to-do-a-kind turn for_ a help in every way possible. A fe- nelf*bor- He recently ^resigned his wesrw-nrbfihir^ mation to the man with the hòe; Get ^ dfm ^ wff t01haVe,^f1®" a partner in a fourth, classa liquor store oh L street Sext month.. He in touch" with will advise you the college and they how to do .your bit.- - was a member of the Union- St; Jean de Baptiste and-the Foresters. Be-The children—of- our foreign born-a'defl his widow. he is survived. by aré Americans. For that reason If «three brother««- The funeral will take for no other the' parents are.loyal to rPlaee-Mondayt'morning from St. Ann's the United states. > This Is arbor and bird day. Plant tree "and ¿luiicl bird house. " Pray for peace but plow for victory. 'Roosevelt" scored a hit. çhuçch, Rev. J. W. Casey officiating. FRANKUN COUNTY W. R. C. ASSOOATION T^he second quarterly meeting- of the Franklin County. Association of W. R. C„ will be held at Northfleld, Wednesday, "May" 2. - ;

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