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THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY REFORMER; THURSDAY; JULY 227 1920. 6 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS 5 cents a line first insertion; 2H cents a line each subsequent insertion. Cash in Adrance. Minimum Charge, 20 cents. WANTED. WANTED Waitress. lloadlcy'8 Cafe. 120-tf FOR SALE Furniture and Ranges, new and second-hand, at J. B. Dunton's. WANTED Man. W. II. Vinton &f Son. 120-tf WANTED Dishwasher. Cafe. : . Hoadley's 111-tf "WANTED Dishwasher. Scoveli sKea- taurant. woman to wash 120-tf WANTED Man or dishes.; Albany Cafe. WANTED Beef, hogs, calves ana live poultry. W. F. Richardson Co. 30o-tt v'AT E D Bo v over 10 to shop. ; Brattleboro Baking Co. work in 120-tf WANTED Two or three good men to j. rv-traiai Snnncrs ice to. CUI urLs. - j r o ""WANTED Second hand goods bought, sold and exchanged. Ii. W . usnm . . Main St., Tel. 233. 119-124 ""ivavtfd One or two eood men for work in and around saw mill. Holden & Martin Lumber Co. 22-tf WANTED rarty to take family washing. Reply giving address to ash- -Rpfnrmer. 120-lri "WANTED Woman for general house work. No washing or ironing, iirs. r. n ITnnroril PlltnPV. Vt. 89-tf X Aivv, j r - WANTED A vulcanizer. State r-erience and salary expected. V Box 149. Greenfield, Mass. 121 ex- O. 122 WAVTI.M) YminT man to work in TKiA-rv Vn pxnerience necessary: 48 i a w-fV. Good par. v ermont -V i X 1 Wlki" - " r wTrn Tiof Virura nnd calves and ViXJ-.i- o some nice fresh cows, delivered at my place Saturday or at the depot Monday morning. I will pay market price. II. G. r",-lr 'Ri-attloTwvrn- 34-tI viai , WANTED Youne woman for ot fice work including stenography and typewriting. Excellent opportunity for one wanting permanent position. Apply f r Rice. Reformer Office. 112-tf FOR SALE. ,LAST BLOCK WOOD FOR SALE. G. R. Atkins, Expressman. Tel. C04-M. 116-123' . FOR SALE Singer Bewing machines. Geo. J. Bover, 53 Elliot St. Phone 8390 or 913-M. 64-tf FOR SALE Thoroughbred Irish ter rier, 2 years old. David jj. uougnton, Putney, Vt. Tel. 63-3. 82-tl FOR SALE New railroad watch and three second-hand Walthams. C, L. Howe.' 117 Main Street. 112-tf FOR SALE Twin Indian motorcycle, in -first-class condition. Cheap for cash TT 17 T7 i C IT 1 "V TT 10n.10-, FOR SALE Dry, clean spruce wood, has high heating value, btove lengtns. The Grant Granite Co. Tel. 12-W. 93-tf FOR SALE About 40 Black and Blue Flemish rabbits and Belgian hares. Mrs. P. O. Eddy, Cambridgeport, Vt., R. F. 1). 122-127 The Light that says: "There It M" OAYL0 FOR SALE Wagon suitable for milk or meat, made by Leech of , Hinsdale. Can be seen at Tucker's Stable. 121-12G FOR SALE One 6-horse power Inter national gas engine with saws. In good running order. Rice Farm, Brattleboro, Vt. 83-tf r of Durham oxen, Good workers. F. D. Winchester, Box 14, Rural 4, Brat tleboro. 121-126 FOR SALE A pa weight about 2,00. FOR SALE Hemlock: 2x4 9 M feet; 1-inch s. e. rough, 22 M ft.; 3-inch s. e. rough, 4 M ft. C. L. Sturtevant, Keene. Tel. 3S0. 116-121 FOR SALE In West Brattleboro, Vt., 12-room, two-family house. Large piazza for each tenement. All in good condition. TeL 537-M. 114-125 WANTED! Down at Our Elevator Ten Men Immediately E. CR0SBF& CO. MAN WANTED For Bending room, also men for ma chine and bench work. WHITE RIVER CHAIR CO,'-" Brattleboro, Vt. 120-123 WTNCHESTEB-BRATTLEBORO JITNEY Leaves Winchester House 8 a. m., 1.15 p. m. Leaves Mann's Store (Hinsdale) 8.30 a. m., 1.55 p. m. Return Trips Leaves. Root's Pharmacy 10.30 a. m, 4.30 p. m. ; Daily Except Sunday Thomas T. Brittan Fire Accident Insurance Liability Life Wilder Bldg., Brattleboro AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE Fords from $250 up, one with self starter. Maxwell $350, in good condition. Parker's Garage, Putney, Vt. Tel. Putnv 1. 93-tf FOR SALE Clocks, wat iies, guns, tools, sewing machines, bicy !es, violin, mandolin, piano, victrola, machinists' tool chest full of high grade tools, auto mobile tires, etc., etc. G. W. Cushman, 61 Main St., Tel. 230. 119-124 l-UK SALh As l have sold my farm, I will offer for sale all my per sonal property such as household goods, blacksmith tools, wheelwright tool, farming tools such as wagons, milk carts, plows, express wagons, steam engine, boiler, sharping, and a whole hosiery outfit consisting.of 60 machines, winders, silk yarns for heels and toes and a lot of hosiery partly finished, enongh to make 250 dozen stockings today; also one four-horse dynamo. Chas. Miner. Tel. 615. IlS-tf SPECIAL NOTICES. TREE EXPERT, J. J. Lvons, P. O. Box, 345, Brattleboro. Tel. 3G3-M. 113-151 CHIROPODY Elizabeth P. Bailey, 203 Barber Bldg. 9 to 122 to 5. Phone 006. 198-tf BARGAINS IN MAGAZINES Most favorable terms on single subscriptions or on reduced club rates. Send for book let. BRATTLEBORO NEWS CO. 196-tf DON'T LET anyone fool you. Sell your junk to the right dealer get full price and the right scale. Telephone connection. M. Gissen, 104 Williams St. 51-tf MAGAZINES AT LOWEST PRICES write me about what magazines you want lor the coming year, I can get them for you at money saving prices. Mrs. G. M. Love, Magazine Specialist, bouth Newfane, V t. 208-tf TO RENT. TO RENT Furnished room. St. 20 Green ll-tf TO F.ENT Locust street. A pleasant tenement at 3 G. N. Bond. 1 22-tf Maple Syrup For Sale Spring Broilers dressed and delivered - SCOTT FARM TeL 227-T Painting and Paper -Hanging Write or call at L. A. MOMONEY, 49 Clark Avenue. We Buy and Sell Diamonds - A11 shapes and kinds. T GEO. I KAYE Grand View Brattleboto, Vt FOR SALE AT ONCE My houBe and lot at 218 Canal St House has 14 rooms, all modern, and is in good tondltion. r F ROY MONROE Tel. 1006-M Automobile for Hire Easy Eidlng 7-Fassenger Bulck Car . WALTER M. BOBBINS TeL 269-W Frank A. Snow yiolin Teacher Orchestra Furnished for All Occasions. Call. Tet 676-J 10 PutneyjRoaa IO RENT Furnished room suitable for lady. 6 South Main street. 122-121 TO RENT At Spoll'ord lake from now antu Aug. 13, furnished cottage with running water. Tel. 34-11. 122-124 Standing Oats READY TO HAY H. F. Weatherhead Tel. 228-M 81-P , . ' . "I '' ,, , ,' . f i . - - . STATE FAIR PREMIUM LIST. A IVoft terror Ann nn r v t ( j?uuu.uu lur JLuu: i FORTUNATE was the lad who owned the goose that laid the golden eggs. ' - More fortunate will he the man, the woman or the child who wins $3,000.00 first prize in the EVEREADY $10,000.00 CASH PRIZE CONTEST Second prize is $1,000.00, other awards from 500.00 to $10.00. Make our store your contest headqnarters. In the window is the Contest Ficture. Inside we are waiting waiting to give you Contest Blanks and to tell you all we know about Daylo, the light which says, "There it is!" Come see the ; picture get blanks win a whole nest full of eggs yourself. 4 V chas. f rsi&rm 38 Mala Tel. 38. 38 Main AUIOSTEOP RAZORS 30-DAY FREE TRIAL Administrator's Sale The undersigned, administrator of the estate of LAURA J. WILSON, de ceased, will sell at Public Auction, on the premise lately occupied by the do ceased in the town of HALIFAX, situ ated on the Deer Fark Road, about 2 miles front Halifax Center, on Saturday, the 24tti Day of . July;i920 at 10 o'clock a. m. the Real and Personal Estate of the deceased, consisting of the following: REAL ESTATE The Homestead Farm of the deceased, tvstimated at 1-iO acres, more or less, about one-third till ago land, one-third pasture land and one-third wood land. ; PERSONAL PROPERTY : Two cows, due to freshen next fall; 10 hens. 2 black and white bulls, two years old, broken to work; black bull, three years old; yearling heifer, 1400 feet of spruce boards, 1500 feet spruce and hemlock logs, farming tools and other articles too numerous to mention. TERMS MADE KNOWN AT TIME OF SALE F. II. MILLER, Administrator, ' A. G. Gallup, Auctioneer. SENATOR HARDING'S SPEECH. (Continued from Page 1.) Book Is Just Out for the Big Vermont Event in September. and October. The .Vermont state fair premium lift, giving the details of all premiums to be paid exhibitors at the 1920 exhibition, to be held at Whito River Junction,! Sept. 28, 29, 30 and Oct. 1, is ,pjst 0ff the prss and is being' mailed from the office of Secretary Fred L. Davis. Exhibitors not- on the regular mailing list and hair others interested' in the fairi may procure a copy, by making rc quest of Mr. Davis. 7 The executive committee rf fthestate fair1 commission has, been ' active ? for weeks in planning for-this year's event. In the announeemeatiinadeliajthe pre mium list the following .appear;;, it. M Our state fair is sow, Jocpgn?5ed as one; of the ' leading- and best balanced live stock and agricultural expositions m New England. The principal object of - the fair is to exhibit the resource and products of our state and to. stim ulate Vcrmonters to greater efforts tor the improvement and development ' of the state's agricultural and mechanical resources. " ' . . Trotting will be a big feature' at 'the state fair this season. Purses aggre gate $10,000. .Many of the best trot ting stock have already been entered for the events and this feature ot the fair promises to be theb"est - of the 14 years the state fair has been conuueteu VERMONT NEWS. There are, rumors afloat that Leslie Hunter, 24, former cavalry officer in the U. S. army overseas, who was reported drowned in Lake Bomojeeh last Sunday afternoon, is still living. Fremont L. Ross of Rutland who was with Hunter in the canoe which capsized, declares that Hun ter is dead. Hunter's father says that he is dead. Others clarni that he- is living and since the hour of his reported-death has been seen on the west side .of the lake and also on the streets iu Fair Hav en. Just what motive Hunter would have in perpetrating a hoax, upon his friends is . not very definitely, established in the minds of those who contend that he is living. : : The cornerstone of the new brick riding ball at Norwich" University was laid . yes terday in the presence of 'officials and friends of the institution! This building is 200 feet long and 75 feet wide and is a memorial to Lieutenant Moses Taylor jr., who was killed in action in France, and it will be ready for occupancy by the opening of the college year. It is to be used for instruction in horsemanship and equitation by the cavalry unit at Nor wich University. This'1 building is located just north of the new brick cavalry sta ble which was erected last year and which accomodates one hundred horses. FURNITURE SALE Have the following furniture left which I would like to dis pose of quickly. Don't bother to telephone but come in and. look at it: Dresser and pictures. MRS. W. D. LENIHAN Abbott Apartment sentative popular government, under th. constitution, through the agency of the Republican part-. ' ' Promising restoration of peace as soon as a Republican congress should Hend a peace declaration to a Repub lican president for his signature, the Oandidnte assailed the league covenant as brought; home by President Wilson but declared the war's. sacrifices would beT.f in. vjiin if we cannot aeelaim'a "new order, , with .added security to civiliza tion' and peace maintained". "We Republicans of the senate," he continued, "when we saw the struc ture of a world supergovernment tak ing visionary form, joined in a becom ing warning of our devotion to this re public. The Republicans of the senate halted the barter of independent American eminence and Papers have been received at the office of the. United States marshal in this city which show the arrest by federal authori ties at Montyielier of Edward W. Bailey, (leorge C Bailey and Lucius D. Taft. They do business at Montpelier under the name E. W. Bailey & Co. and are charged with violation of the United States pure food acts by selling stock feed -which- was : improperly -labeled-- as to per centage of protein and fats it contained. All three men have been held under bail bv Commissioner Ilarry C. Shurtlcff of Mont pel icy for the. next session of the United States district court. F. II. Smith, encineer of the Granite city engine of the Itarre and Chelsea R. R. and P. II. Let kner, fireman, narrowly es I caped instant death -yesterday afternoon Bring Your Prescript ions Here Jf you want them filled with the purest and freshest drugs, and with the greatest care . and accuracy? filled precisely . as your physician orders them filled, to pro duce the exact effects he desires. We are prbud of the record vre have made in our prescription department. And yet ve fill prescriptions at very reasonable prices, and fill them quickly, too. " C. F. Thomas, Ph. G. BANJO Tenor Banjo. Mandolin Banjo, and Fiv-strinft Banjo Players Wanted. Beginners or advanced. If vou want to earn some al money Ret in touch with me today. I'll give you a year to pay for th finest instrument ever made and li-arn yon to play correctly. Be a "banjo bus." It cofts nothing to investigate, E.O.Cooke Prospect Court Telephone C. F. Hawkins SLATE ROOFING Chimney cleaning, roof painting and repairing. Myrtle St., Brattlehoro, Tel. 1016-M Vt. RETURN LOAD WANTED For one-ton truck, July 30 or 31, from Barre or Montpelier to any town south of White River Junc tion. C. M. Burnham Phone 79-6. West Chesterfield, N. XL GUILFORD. - "Miss.Willard, Miss Weaver and Mrs. Uphnnr'of New York city are board ing at Av E.. .Team's. MJss Porotliy, Jackman of Greenfield, Mass., has been visiting her uncle, George Sessions. Mr. Sessions '3 partner from Greenfield has been visiting him also. ; ; ; Mrs. Abbic Trouty, formerly of Guil ford, and daughter., of George Prouty but now of Pittsburgh, Pa., came Mon day with her husband to visit rela tives in town. Fred Coombs took an automobile trip to Georgetown,. Mass., Monday. He was aceompanied by Mrs. G. P. Miller, Mrs. S. A. Smith and Miss Mary !. Smith. They went to visit Rev. and Mrs. Atwood, Mr, Atwood formerly was paxtor of the Congregational ehureh here. They returned Tuesday with Miss Florence Coombs, who is in training as a nurse at a hospital in Concord, Mass. MJss Annie Mellen went Mondav to Niantie, Conn., ns a helper with Mrs. Noyes and Mrs. eminence and influence "We do not mean to hold aloof. We when five freight cars, loaded with tons do not' mean to shun' a single responsi-' c-f granite, came tearing wildly past a hility of this republic. We were re-' side .switch and down a steep incline solved then, even ns we are today, and towards the engine at the Summit near will be tomorrow, to preserve this free I the Wctmore 4 Morse quarries in Web and independent republic. Let those ! iterville. Both men jumped and were at now responsible, or seeking. TeponjiT J n safe, distance when the collision came, bility, propose the surrender, Whether, The engine.was badlr damaged and the with interpretations, apologies, or re-j first car crushed, luctant reservations, from which our - rights are to be omitted. We welcome; Robert Steele of Middlebury was severe the referendum to the American people jy injured about the head and back and on the preservation of America. y j had the fingers -of: his left hand driven "With a senate advising as the con- hark into the hand yesterday when- a stitution contemplates, I would hope- staging gave way upon which he was full' approach the nations of Europe , working, on the rcwif of a barn on the and of the earth, proposing that under-. farm of Merakl Field, nt West Cornwall, standing which makes us a willing par- hurling young Steele and Mr. Field to ticipant in the consecration of nations the ground a distance of about 25 feet, to a -new leadership, to commit the mor-1 Mr. Field escaped with a slight cut on al forces of the world, America the forehead and a bruised arm. included, to peace and international justice, still leaving America free, in-j Colonel William S.- Peiree has just been dependent and self -reliant, but offer- appointed an assistant chief of ordnance mg friendship to all the world." in the United States armv, with the nlnk Declaring railway employes ought to f,f brigadier general. General Peirce. who be the best paid in the. world, the can- a native f Rmlinp-ton. wa praduated didate emphasized '.the responsibility ' from W.st Point ui 1S8S and Rinee lSfr' ot suon service and added: iiaa uoon ; !, nrii,ia,. d.-imrtniont. r,f "The government might well stamp the army being for some years in charge railway, employment wan tne sanctity nf the Sprincfield, Mass., -armory and of of public service and guarantee to the ato stationed - in Washington, railway - employes that justice which' - voices the American conception ot ; "The Fountain, of Good . Cheer .; That is what one of our regular patrons ' ' called our Soda Fountain one hotvevening-last ,.week when., the store was filled with, those who came for refreshing drinks pr creamJ-. Arid that is what we want to make; it forjybu' aplace that you will always find cool and invitingand where you will always find something that cools and' refreshes you and makes life worth living in hot weather. Come in and see what we are doing to make this the most popular spot in the tOWn. ; ' . r ;": Brattleboro Drug: Gof , 104 MAIN STREET ! THONE 560 righteousness on the one hand and as sures continuity of service on other." In his reference to prohibition law enforcement he said: ; "People ever will differ about James Monroe Fiske, aged 76 years, a veteran of the Civil war and a i inent l-esident of the town of Rutland for and nearlv- half a century, was killed venter oi i mfj ii cinri n (HIT v i 'V. iv .,' The fell from the ton of a load of hay. Tlie v, isfiom oi iiif eiuiciuieiu or a law , , , i r it t ir;i- t . . . ., ibis balanr and fell to tne ground, stnk- . , , , , , 1 . P . ing on his head, eighteenth amendment and the laws " . . . enacted to make it. operative but there ... . k i;flVro,,n f r,;; ufl Ruth TIdliker of St. Albans who was honest law enforcement. Modification 1 nrrerteil at the Central Vermont Railroad or renenl is the riirht of n frPo wnnli..1 Nation, .Tune 13. on the charge of taking H 'n:, , $10I from Roy Sheets of Hest Swanton public sentiment commands, but per-1 P'd multy to the charge and has been version and evasion mark the paths to ""-teiieed to serve not less than one nor the failure of government itself." .more than. two. years at waies prison ai --.On woman suffrage he said in,- part: Wj."!!?-'- jmy costs of WM. " Let ns not share the nmirehensions !. . i of many men and women as to the dan- Taik II. Pollard, chairman of the Ver ger of this momentous extension of the mont - State Democratic committee, has fmnchisp - Women hnvi wtpr boon ! announced a Democratic mass meeting without influence in our political life, at Ute.Xew Sherwood hotel . in Purling Enfranchisement will bring to the polls tou'-m July 27 for the state and national T.o votps of citizens ulin Iijivp l.non I ramfviicrn. ' The Democratic primaries will born upon our soil, tor who have sought ! ocfr in ermont on September 2. in faith, and assurance the freedom .a,nd opporriiiiities of our Jand. It will bring the women educated in our f. -tH'-hool. trained in our customs and habits ofif.!inir at Higligate Sr thought, and sharers of our problems. av JuTy .SS., Many "prominent speakers It will bring the alert mind, the nwak-have beeV-secured, among them will be ened conscience, the sure intuition, the, Senator William P. Dillincham and Con- A: big republican ralhitoe VQ. P. vot- ejR of the state ttnf, ri -tteut at riau s ighgate SpriG.i5 hxv U ednes- abhorrence of tyranny or oppression, the wide and tender sympathy that dis tinguish the women of America. Sure ly there can be no danger there. "And to the great number of noble women who haVe opposed "in convic tion this tremendous change in the an cient relation of the sexes as . applied to government, I ventu"re to plead that gressman Frank L. Greene. ; ATHENS. c ' . C II. Voodard was appointed - fire warden this spring. His telephone num. ber is 31?iM., H. E: Memis is in Keene for a week. I! Tt. ntirl Afra fllnrV Simnnda nnd they.-will accept the full responsibili-j damrhter-'arid Mr. and Mrs. ' Henry ty of enlarged citizenship and give to Smith of ; SaTfonM River were ealler." at s 1 erry tor a. month or hsfc in d)i(tiniihli their RiifTrnfre n TT XTnnAarA 'a ond H fZ TlrtTi-i it t i ua vrj, : .nil - n " v' "-' For Vacation The saf est( and most convenient form in which to carry funds for your expenses on the trip are Travelers' Checks. They carry their own means of identification and are payable anywhere. ' FOR SALE AT THIS BANK VERMONT NATIONAL BANK BRATTLEBORO, VERMONT SAFETY STRENGTH SERVICE The yacation Period With its losses by Fire, Theft and Accident, em phasizes the need for a Safe Deposit Box for Jewelry, Valuable Papers and Securities. LET US GUARD YOUR VALUABLES Peoples National Bank BRATTLEBORO, VT. i 5 j- Do You Enow? What right a widow has to a homestead in her deceased: husband's estate when there is no will, and where debts exceed the value of the whole property? If both parents survive a child who leaves no will, widow, husband or children, who will inherit the propertybf 'the child? '. . If a man dies leaving; no will, but leaves a wid9w, a nephew, and a grandchild, but no other kindredwho inherits the property ?.' : i Vhai effect, if-.auy, a will rtas during the lifetirhe'if the t'eUtor? ' J ' T P'rust Department of the " Brattleboro ii.i-lr'Xr -11 . J ' rr - would it not be wise for you to know what you disposition, vybuld ftb made of your property if you died? ' ' - 'r ' ' BATTLE Br attleboro- Vermont i 4 d ii it H jft -4- 1