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+ Page 8A-The Second Opinion-October 28, 1981 G,N 00ooD i PACKAGES HAVE ARRIVED SHOP NOW FOR CHRISTMAS FREE GIFT WRAPPING Granite Staw Consumer Sh00)pping sweet dreams recently found yourself doing vestment. So when you're told which is the width of a baby's a quick roll to the middle of the m#ttress on no power of your own? Whether you're a victim of sagging centers, lumpy spots or springs that go creak in the night, all suspicions point to an inadequate mattress as the culprit. Although the mattress market may currently seem A  occupied by summertime YP' [ newlyweds making their first UUVOU ,/' )''/eJ  Oe[NFmOAV major purchase, you're alsoa cnoe Nmms'roL candidate if your mattress is ACCOUNT . IrW P.M. ........................ more than 10 years old and st ..... exhibits the tendencies Johnsbury, VI Woodsville N H   L    L  -L#..--  described earlier. You may f Club CHOOSE THE PLAN THAT SUi YOU BEST 50'-$1.00- $2.00- $3.00 $5.00- $10.00 - $20.00- $25.00 START NOWlll UARJtMEED REBATE NEXT kwm Wm' b eke,eel FREE GIFT t,, IF YOU START NOW!! (4  * ' : > Open a Christmas Club ........ / at $1.00 or more and receive a FREE Deck of Cards with a picture of the historic Hotel Low. H()TEI t.OVV BRAD)t)RD vt RMONT Bradford 222-5231 FZMm 3334379 Thadford 785-2112 Nowt0y O01F56T2 Deposits Insured To $100,000 BRADFORD NATIONAL BANK Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation to buy the best quality you can afford, listen. llow do you know "best quality" when you see it? You can look for particular features depending on the type of mattress you want. Although a few adventurous souls make waves by buying water beds or layered cotton batting mats called futons, the majority still shop for two basic options -- an in- nerspring or foam type. Let's look at each separately: -- Innerspring mattresses depend on steel springs to provide both firmness and some flexibility. In "open- coil" models, the springs are bound to the mattress frame and also to one another in higher quality versions. "Pocket-coil" models have each coil sewn into its own cloth pocket while com- pressed. The latter type has more coils than the former and is less likely to give under pressure An important feature to check is the thickness (gauge) of the coil wire used. The heavier the gauge, the better the coil will support applied weight. Remember that the higher the gauge number is, the thinner the wire is. Don't expect sales people to know the gauge but do ask them to show you the manufacturer's specification sheets which provide this information. Innerspring mattresses are then wrapped with insulation, padding and finally ticking. The most practical tickings are polyester or cotton- polyester blends. The smooth coverings like acetate may look slick; however, that same "slickness" can send the mattress skidding off its foundation. Also look for ventilation holes in the crib. Width-wise, queen mattresses offer 60 inches of space and kings 76 inches. Both are 80 inches long. If you're a sleeper over six feet tall, it's advisable to go for an 80 inch length, also available by buying an "extra-long" twin or full. The mattress you sleep on should exceed your height by at least six inches A quick list of reminders for shoppers of sweet dreams: - Don't expect firmness standards to be the same among different manufac- turers. One's medium-firm will be another's super-firm. Just keep in mind that the heavier you are, the firmer mattress you should buy. - flow to judge firmness that will be comfortable for you? Don't stop at gingerly -- Look for a 10- to 15-year warranty. Take special note of any conditions specified, such as the frame size you need to use for the guarantee to remain valid. Also check on the store's return policy before you make a purchase. If the mattress ends up feeling a lot more comfy in the fur- niture store showroom than it does in your bedroom after a few weeks' slumber, you should have the option of returning or exchanging it within a specified period of time. - Once you've found the mattress of your dreams, keep it in overall good condition by flipping it from side to side and head to toe each month for the first year and then every six months thereafter. . Hot water system harder to figure (continued from page 1A) an air relief valve or vent. Often, during the summer, air collects in some of the radiator units and when the system is operated, the air prevents the proper flow of water through the unit. Opening the vent valve will allow the air to escape. This valve sometimes requires a special key or wrench. With the system hot and running, each radiator unit should heat evenly along the whole length. If you find that a unit heats unevenly or not at all, it is an indication that the unit needs "bleeding", let the air out. While you are checking the radiators, it is a good idea to check their level at the same time, especially free standing Many hot water systems have had anti-freeze added to the water to prevent freeze- ups. This has several disad- vantages and should be avoided if possible. Anti- freeze reduces the heat carrying capacity of the water. This reduction can be as high as 20 percent in some systems. This means the circulator pumps have to move more water through each unit to produce the same amount of heat. This lowers efficiency and increases cost. If anti-freeze is put into a system, it is most important that a back-flow preventer be imtalled. Without such a device, under certain con- ditions, the anti-freeze in the heating system can con- mattress. Handles are handy units. The radiator should for moving and turning slope toward the end with the mattresses but be sure they air relief valvp. This allows are attached to the springs, air bubbles to nge to the valve not just fastened rathe outside end of the unit. If the slope is coverings. And the last bit of advice is to spring for a set when you buy this mattress type. The companion box springs are specifically designed to work with the mattress you choose. -- Foam mattresses vary in type of material, derisity and thickn'ess. Latex is more expensive than polyurethane but remains buoyant about twice as long as the latter. Density is more important than thickness in determining the support a foam mattress will provide. Expressed in pounds per cubic foot, look for a rating of 2.8 to 3 for the firmer support options. As you'd expect, a solid foam mattress will last longer than one with a shredded foam core. Although the price varies drastically ffrom $50 to $300), foam mattresses are generally 30 to 50 percent cheaper than the innerspring type. You can plan on a good qualit innerspring starting at $90 for a twin size and $125 for a full size, with matching box springs at about the same price for each size. Queen and king beds are usually sold as sets with both mattresses and box springs with queens starting at about $300 and kings at $450. Now that sizes have been mentioned, what kind of stretching space does each wrong, the radiator can usually be raised and shims placed under the legs. taiminate the water supply in the rest of the house. The back-flow preventer is located in the water supply pipe that goes into the boiler. Next week I will look at steam heating systems. Heat pump (continued from page IA) where the temperature drops below 25 degrees F frequently, the heat pump may not be economically justifiable. However, all is not lost. New developments with com- pressors and heat transfer fluids are improving ef- ficiencies at very low tem- peratures. Some of these units are now coming onto the market. Finally, the initial cost of installing a heat pump is 10-25 percent higher than a con- ventional system. A gas furnace and central air conditioning system costs about $2,500 versus $2,700 - $3,000 for a heat pump system. For this reason if a heat pump will not substantially increase energy efficiency, the long- term savings will not justify the initial expense. If, after considering these points, you feel a heat pump is for you, one last con- sideration. Efficiency varies among the different brands and the efficiencies can be compared. The manufac- turer's label should list the efficiency rating of a heat pump in terms of a co-efficient of performance (COP) or its cooling efficiency rating in terms of energy efficiency ration (EER). In simple terms, these are ratios of the energy produced by the system compared to the energy r,equired to operate the system. Regardless of the standard used, the higher the rating the more efficient is the heat pump. Other features that distinguish systems are filter driers, which keep the system clean and moisture-free; accumulators, which improve reliability by taking the strain off the compressor; crankcase heaters, which boil off liquid refrigerant in the compressor to provide better lubrication and faster compressor starts; positive defrost systems, which prevent frost build-up on the outdoor coil thus maintaining maximum heating efficiencies. NOTES & COMMENTS Never waste time in argument with a fool unless you want to make a fool of yourself. . , ++,  LI +.+ , +: Ola Or,ok Cr,,mneyp + At A Fractior, I i " :'d! gC ..... : t= ='= ',' !_ _ .-- I:,,  , ,. i , [] 24 Gau+e tmnlme Stool  ,5 Year Guarantoe on } ' ' Chimney er Materls ''.  : In All Fl.u Si  5 Year IAfe Expteney '-- i Ava,laJe A Day n Cmdom Pu to Fit Any --.- ,,  ":[ B Ira!aBed Cl=n N i t Exclusively From WOODSVILLE HARDWARE WOODSVll,I,E. N.ll. ' FREE ESTIMATES & WE INSTALL GARY'S GAS & FUEL Main Street N. Haverhill, N.H. (603) 787-6118 HOME HEATING FUEL ,1118 . II per gallon Minimum 100 gallon drop NOW DELIVERING 500 gal. sales and over deliver up to 25 miles. STRICTLY CASH ON DELIVERY SALES ONLY Also available: Trailer drops at big savings Illl Wdker reports from his satisfied customers! A lovely Iody from North Woodstock was in this week od mid the this was the NiaST FURNITURE STOLE IN Tills ALIA. She was back again to make a purchase and said that she sow o lot of nice gifts for Christmas and thet she wodd certainly be back on the hatidays. She also mid "TOUR IK:D All TI!UlIFIC, take it from someone that knows". Another lady was in this week and said that the refrigerator I sold her 26 ymrs ago was still purring like a kitten. I said "How o I make any money when my equilxnet lasts so long?" She sold, "You seem to he doing akit for yourself". Another customer, that has traded with us for years raid, "1 really eppreiote the service that you have ve us -- DnWBET INI  DAY AMD NO llXllA CNARGr'. She said some of her neighbors hod to wait for two or three weeks for o delivery after o purchase. YES, THROUGHOUT THE YEARS WE HAVE BUILT UP A RY LARGE GROUP 01: $ATISRED CUSTOMI[II$ THAT COME FROM ALL OVER TO BUY FROM THE FURNITURE KING. HAVE YOU BEEN IN LATELY TO LOOK OVER OUR NEW BROYHILL BEDROOM AND DINING ROOM SETS? THINK YOU WILL LIKE WHAT YOU SEE. -- WE ALSO OFFER YOU NOUDA 9elaAl.S ON THE. FIN[ SETS! HAVE YOU ANYTHING THAT YOU WANT TO GET RID OF?.? YOU SEE, IT MAY BE WORTH MORE THAN YOU THINK IN TRADE. WE DO TUOI Ol AIMO$1' AN'll'lllllO. WE ALSO BUY OUOD CLIL4N IJD FUINII'UIIE BECAUSE WE HAVE AN OUTLET FOR IT IN OUR ANNEX ACROSS THE ROAD FROM OUR STOE. WE NAVE AN EXCELLENT SUPPLY Of $IIBII146 PILLS. OH YES, WE ARE TALKING ABOUT OUR NEW BOX SPRINGS AND MATTRESSES THAT WE HAVE ON SALE AND IF YOU DON'T SLEEP GOOD AT NITE AT THESE PRICES YOU BETTER GIVE UP. DON'T FORGET OUR FULL LINE Of 11P$ AND API.iANaS -- THEY ARE SOME OF THE TOP BRANt) NAMES IN THE INDUSTRY. WE ALSO OFFER YOU MANY USED SPECIALS THAT WILL SAVE YOU SOME GOOD OLD YANKEE BUCKS. WE NAVE A FEW USED BEDROOM SETS THAT ARE IN EXCELLENT CONDITION AND IF YOU ARE IN THE NEED OF ONE IT WILL PAY YOU TO CHECK THESE OVER BEFORE IT IS TOO lATE. L ;;,7, y + +::2 THANK We Of The Woodsv00! Wells River Rotary Thank The Man00  ]D Merchants, Consigno Or0anizations & Individ Whose Contributmns The 7th Annual Rotary AUMi The Success That It We We Are Proud To L ] AssociatedWit00 b::0000ir ii::'o: E;ni, ;'i-0.00 , . :F+ In Memory ii, ( Lloyd who lived well laf', ! often and. loved muebl  I looked for the best in.:.. and gave the best he hau, iE i" I nl+ Your lovil { ...... ....-. H el e _____... ..... ,, "se t INTERESTING FACT The. w_l Even before his first bir- what ,s lit " thday, a child benefits from what is outsm,l  , being read to and told simple stories. Vital for language development, it also gives the toddler the enjoyment of undivided attention from Legend another member of the Babe family, tender. HARDWARE STORES STOVE PIPE & FITTINGS GALVANIZED, BLUE, BLACK SOME FITTINGS MADE TO ORDER IN OUR SHOP GALNI-D-&-C-o-PP-ERs--H-[ET M ETAL R-00dS-z P--r00i00e, ASH SHOVELS, MATS etc.. + STORM WIN MATERIA GLASS & AClai CUT STORM WINDOWS + Page 8A-The Second Opinion-October 28, 1981 G,N 00ooD i PACKAGES HAVE ARRIVED SHOP NOW FOR CHRISTMAS FREE GIFT WRAPPING Granite Staw Consumer Sh00)pping sweet dreams recently found yourself doing vestment. So when you're told which is the width of a baby's a quick roll to the middle of the m#ttress on no power of your own? Whether you're a victim of sagging centers, lumpy spots or springs that go creak in the night, all suspicions point to an inadequate mattress as the culprit. Although the mattress market may currently seem A  occupied by summertime YP' [ newlyweds making their first UUVOU ,/' )''/eJ  Oe[NFmOAV major purchase, you're alsoa cnoe Nmms'roL candidate if your mattress is ACCOUNT . IrW P.M. ........................ more than 10 years old and st ..... exhibits the tendencies Johnsbury, VI Woodsville N H   L    L  -L#..--  described earlier. You may f Club CHOOSE THE PLAN THAT SUi YOU BEST 50'-$1.00- $2.00- $3.00 $5.00- $10.00 - $20.00- $25.00 START NOWlll UARJtMEED REBATE NEXT kwm Wm' b eke,eel FREE GIFT t,, IF YOU START NOW!! (4  * ' : > Open a Christmas Club ........ / at $1.00 or more and receive a FREE Deck of Cards with a picture of the historic Hotel Low. H()TEI t.OVV BRAD)t)RD vt RMONT Bradford 222-5231 FZMm 3334379 Thadford 785-2112 Nowt0y O01F56T2 Deposits Insured To $100,000 BRADFORD NATIONAL BANK Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation to buy the best quality you can afford, listen. llow do you know "best quality" when you see it? You can look for particular features depending on the type of mattress you want. Although a few adventurous souls make waves by buying water beds or layered cotton batting mats called futons, the majority still shop for two basic options -- an in- nerspring or foam type. Let's look at each separately: -- Innerspring mattresses depend on steel springs to provide both firmness and some flexibility. In "open- coil" models, the springs are bound to the mattress frame and also to one another in higher quality versions. "Pocket-coil" models have each coil sewn into its own cloth pocket while com- pressed. The latter type has more coils than the former and is less likely to give under pressure An important feature to check is the thickness (gauge) of the coil wire used. The heavier the gauge, the better the coil will support applied weight. Remember that the higher the gauge number is, the thinner the wire is. Don't expect sales people to know the gauge but do ask them to show you the manufacturer's specification sheets which provide this information. Innerspring mattresses are then wrapped with insulation, padding and finally ticking. The most practical tickings are polyester or cotton- polyester blends. The smooth coverings like acetate may look slick; however, that same "slickness" can send the mattress skidding off its foundation. Also look for ventilation holes in the crib. Width-wise, queen mattresses offer 60 inches of space and kings 76 inches. Both are 80 inches long. If you're a sleeper over six feet tall, it's advisable to go for an 80 inch length, also available by buying an "extra-long" twin or full. The mattress you sleep on should exceed your height by at least six inches A quick list of reminders for shoppers of sweet dreams: - Don't expect firmness standards to be the same among different manufac- turers. One's medium-firm will be another's super-firm. Just keep in mind that the heavier you are, the firmer mattress you should buy. - flow to judge firmness that will be comfortable for you? Don't stop at gingerly -- Look for a 10- to 15-year warranty. Take special note of any conditions specified, such as the frame size you need to use for the guarantee to remain valid. Also check on the store's return policy before you make a purchase. If the mattress ends up feeling a lot more comfy in the fur- niture store showroom than it does in your bedroom after a few weeks' slumber, you should have the option of returning or exchanging it within a specified period of time. - Once you've found the mattress of your dreams, keep it in overall good condition by flipping it from side to side and head to toe each month for the first year and then every six months thereafter. . Hot water system harder to figure (continued from page 1A) an air relief valve or vent. Often, during the summer, air collects in some of the radiator units and when the system is operated, the air prevents the proper flow of water through the unit. Opening the vent valve will allow the air to escape. This valve sometimes requires a special key or wrench. With the system hot and running, each radiator unit should heat evenly along the whole length. If you find that a unit heats unevenly or not at all, it is an indication that the unit needs "bleeding", let the air out. While you are checking the radiators, it is a good idea to check their level at the same time, especially free standing Many hot water systems have had anti-freeze added to the water to prevent freeze- ups. This has several disad- vantages and should be avoided if possible. Anti- freeze reduces the heat carrying capacity of the water. This reduction can be as high as 20 percent in some systems. This means the circulator pumps have to move more water through each unit to produce the same amount of heat. This lowers efficiency and increases cost. If anti-freeze is put into a system, it is most important that a back-flow preventer be imtalled. Without such a device, under certain con- ditions, the anti-freeze in the heating system can con- mattress. Handles are handy units. The radiator should for moving and turning slope toward the end with the mattresses but be sure they air relief valvp. This allows are attached to the springs, air bubbles to nge to the valve not just fastened rathe outside end of the unit. If the slope is coverings. And the last bit of advice is to spring for a set when you buy this mattress type. The companion box springs are specifically designed to work with the mattress you choose. -- Foam mattresses vary in type of material, derisity and thickn'ess. Latex is more expensive than polyurethane but remains buoyant about twice as long as the latter. Density is more important than thickness in determining the support a foam mattress will provide. Expressed in pounds per cubic foot, look for a rating of 2.8 to 3 for the firmer support options. As you'd expect, a solid foam mattress will last longer than one with a shredded foam core. Although the price varies drastically ffrom $50 to $300), foam mattresses are generally 30 to 50 percent cheaper than the innerspring type. You can plan on a good qualit innerspring starting at $90 for a twin size and $125 for a full size, with matching box springs at about the same price for each size. Queen and king beds are usually sold as sets with both mattresses and box springs with queens starting at about $300 and kings at $450. Now that sizes have been mentioned, what kind of stretching space does each wrong, the radiator can usually be raised and shims placed under the legs. taiminate the water supply in the rest of the house. The back-flow preventer is located in the water supply pipe that goes into the boiler. Next week I will look at steam heating systems. Heat pump (continued from page IA) where the temperature drops below 25 degrees F frequently, the heat pump may not be economically justifiable. However, all is not lost. New developments with com- pressors and heat transfer fluids are improving ef- ficiencies at very low tem- peratures. Some of these units are now coming onto the market. Finally, the initial cost of installing a heat pump is 10-25 percent higher than a con- ventional system. A gas furnace and central air conditioning system costs about $2,500 versus $2,700 - $3,000 for a heat pump system. For this reason if a heat pump will not substantially increase energy efficiency, the long- term savings will not justify the initial expense. If, after considering these points, you feel a heat pump is for you, one last con- sideration. Efficiency varies among the different brands and the efficiencies can be compared. The manufac- turer's label should list the efficiency rating of a heat pump in terms of a co-efficient of performance (COP) or its cooling efficiency rating in terms of energy efficiency ration (EER). In simple terms, these are ratios of the energy produced by the system compared to the energy r,equired to operate the system. Regardless of the standard used, the higher the rating the more efficient is the heat pump. Other features that distinguish systems are filter driers, which keep the system clean and moisture-free; accumulators, which improve reliability by taking the strain off the compressor; crankcase heaters, which boil off liquid refrigerant in the compressor to provide better lubrication and faster compressor starts; positive defrost systems, which prevent frost build-up on the outdoor coil thus maintaining maximum heating efficiencies. NOTES & COMMENTS Never waste time in argument with a fool unless you want to make a fool of yourself. . , ++,  LI +.+ , +: Ola Or,ok Cr,,mneyp + At A Fractior, I i " :'d! gC ..... : t= ='= ',' !_ _ .-- I:,,  , ,. i , [] 24 Gau+e tmnlme Stool  ,5 Year Guarantoe on } ' ' Chimney er Materls ''.  : In All Fl.u Si  5 Year IAfe Expteney '-- i Ava,laJe A Day n Cmdom Pu to Fit Any --.- ,,  ":[ B Ira!aBed Cl=n N i t Exclusively From WOODSVILLE HARDWARE WOODSVll,I,E. N.ll. ' FREE ESTIMATES & WE INSTALL GARY'S GAS & FUEL Main Street N. Haverhill, N.H. (603) 787-6118 HOME HEATING FUEL ,1118 . II per gallon Minimum 100 gallon drop NOW DELIVERING 500 gal. sales and over deliver up to 25 miles. STRICTLY CASH ON DELIVERY SALES ONLY Also available: Trailer drops at big savings Illl Wdker reports from his satisfied customers! A lovely Iody from North Woodstock was in this week od mid the this was the NiaST FURNITURE STOLE IN Tills ALIA. She was back again to make a purchase and said that she sow o lot of nice gifts for Christmas and thet she wodd certainly be back on the hatidays. She also mid "TOUR IK:D All TI!UlIFIC, take it from someone that knows". Another lady was in this week and said that the refrigerator I sold her 26 ymrs ago was still purring like a kitten. I said "How o I make any money when my equilxnet lasts so long?" She sold, "You seem to he doing akit for yourself". Another customer, that has traded with us for years raid, "1 really eppreiote the service that you have ve us -- DnWBET INI  DAY AMD NO llXllA CNARGr'. She said some of her neighbors hod to wait for two or three weeks for o delivery after o purchase. YES, THROUGHOUT THE YEARS WE HAVE BUILT UP A RY LARGE GROUP 01: $ATISRED CUSTOMI[II$ THAT COME FROM ALL OVER TO BUY FROM THE FURNITURE KING. HAVE YOU BEEN IN LATELY TO LOOK OVER OUR NEW BROYHILL BEDROOM AND DINING ROOM SETS? THINK YOU WILL LIKE WHAT YOU SEE. -- WE ALSO OFFER YOU NOUDA 9elaAl.S ON THE. FIN[ SETS! HAVE YOU ANYTHING THAT YOU WANT TO GET RID OF?.? YOU SEE, IT MAY BE WORTH MORE THAN YOU THINK IN TRADE. WE DO TUOI Ol AIMO$1' AN'll'lllllO. WE ALSO BUY OUOD CLIL4N IJD FUINII'UIIE BECAUSE WE HAVE AN OUTLET FOR IT IN OUR ANNEX ACROSS THE ROAD FROM OUR STOE. WE NAVE AN EXCELLENT SUPPLY Of $IIBII146 PILLS. OH YES, WE ARE TALKING ABOUT OUR NEW BOX SPRINGS AND MATTRESSES THAT WE HAVE ON SALE AND IF YOU DON'T SLEEP GOOD AT NITE AT THESE PRICES YOU BETTER GIVE UP. DON'T FORGET OUR FULL LINE Of 11P$ AND API.iANaS -- THEY ARE SOME OF THE TOP BRANt) NAMES IN THE INDUSTRY. WE ALSO OFFER YOU MANY USED SPECIALS THAT WILL SAVE YOU SOME GOOD OLD YANKEE BUCKS. WE NAVE A FEW USED BEDROOM SETS THAT ARE IN EXCELLENT CONDITION AND IF YOU ARE IN THE NEED OF ONE IT WILL PAY YOU TO CHECK THESE OVER BEFORE IT IS TOO lATE. L ;;,7, y + +::2 THANK We Of The Woodsv00! Wells River Rotary Thank The Man00  ]D Merchants, Consigno Or0anizations & Individ Whose Contributmns The 7th Annual Rotary AUMi The Success That It We We Are Proud To L ] AssociatedWit00 b::0000ir ii::'o: E;ni, ;'i-0.00 , . :F+ In Memory ii, ( Lloyd who lived well laf', ! often and. loved muebl  I looked for the best in.:.. and gave the best he hau, iE i" I nl+ Your lovil { ...... ....-. H el e _____... ..... ,, "se t INTERESTING FACT The. w_l Even before his first bir- what ,s lit " thday, a child benefits from what is outsm,l  , being read to and told simple stories. Vital for language development, it also gives the toddler the enjoyment of undivided attention from Legend another member of the Babe family, tender. HARDWARE STORES STOVE PIPE & FITTINGS GALVANIZED, BLUE, BLACK SOME FITTINGS MADE TO ORDER IN OUR SHOP GALNI-D-&-C-o-PP-ERs--H-[ET M ETAL R-00dS-z P--r00i00e, ASH SHOVELS, MATS etc.. + STORM WIN MATERIA GLASS & AClai CUT STORM WINDOWS