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THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY REFORMER, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER- 7, 1920.
, I ' I- CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS 5 cent a line first insertion; 2M cent a line each subsequent insertion. Cash in Advance. Minimum Charge, 20 cents. WANTED. WANTED "Waitress. Hoadley's Cafe. 156-tf WANTED Waitress, tawant. Sco veil's Res-159-tf Postal iviMTED Messenger boy. . - iri) if ""WANTEDA laundress at the Austme Institution. WANTED Dish I Tf.ctsirtfant..- ' ' washer. 145-tf Sep veil's I l5-tf ' WANTED i-wp gooa nit-u v -;-- , s : tl r" ff ? ""WANTED-Peef, hogs, calves and. live 1 H poultry: W. Riehardson. J v v 30a-tl y "WANTED A good cook, at the Atia- tine Institution. rail 603 Bratleboro 145-tf "wa-iBv a blind lady, stockings . i,,-f Adrtrpss Stocking, Iteforroer L U ftuiv, " Office. wAvrvn A erirl or woman for gen .r housework. Mrs. C. C. Fitts, 19 Oak s reet. JSll . WANTED Place for girl to do light housework or caring ior cniwn. ,311-12, , ' 1 - t ' 160-16 1 ""WANTErM-DressmakingV and pla in fn An at home. 22 Frost Place. Tel. 378-W. 161-10G OTivTFn Table eirls. Good pay Rteadv work. Childs Restaurant, New- v port, si. u 136-tf FOR SALE. FOR SALE One silo, 14 x 30; "W. S. Pratt, Brattleboro. lo'J-17U FOR- SALE Ford touring- car, -second hand, self starter. R. L. Coane. ,lo9-tf nDnrrarapriinnranipnniainnnnininni3ramtinnnn!nnrai!nnir ADVERTISEMENTS pnimtnnmniinimiiiniiiiiiiuimnnimniiniinimmiimnniraiifflmniia FEMININE TOPICS FOR SALE One 1919 Buick road ster.; Charles Yoetsch. Tel. .-a bo., JW-ti for SALE Dod?e tourinsr car. i G. ' ': FOR' SAlEFurn iture " arftl - llarigesV new and second-hand, at J. j?. Dunton's 'm ' . . 'f S 1. If I .iFORvSALE Large-Wetijcxiviaw;! i --FOB SAEE-r-Nw, jnikh.,c9,.E...El frarpeufer,- PutncyiBoadifeCelriJBit W . i4 159-161 FOR SALE A new Ford truck,, body x4, top and sid curtains. M. M. Tucker, Flat street. " , r. ji V 132-tf FOR SALE 1920 Port touring Par, real bargain. Write to F. E. Howe, est ; Townshend, Vt. 100-tf """FOR SALE Five passenger touring car. Mileage 7,000 Lee Bolton, North field, Mass. Tel. 35-4. 160-165 FOR SALE A used McCormick corn harvester in good condition. F. L. Parmelee, Putney, Vt. 151-tf I ill A ..ir I w in r 1 When' basting a garment, make the line'of stitching a; littre nearer the edge of the seam than 'the machine stitching will l1 anrl the: basting will not have to be pulled out. Have vou joined the circle of Tea TabFe flout' users -yet? .There ia no" ini tiation except -the enjoyment of perfect hieadxolls, etcJhe .dues are paid when vmi Tin v fnr Tnur firsf nrrlpr it.1 'Tpll Lmi) groceri tp ehd youjTaj Tabil J fi WANTED During September, 50 men and 25 women. Best pi wages. oo Flake Canning Co. .' 1 0-l, ""WANTED Ofle or two good men for work in and around saw mill. Hoklen & Martin Lumber Co. - : ' ""WANTED First class laundress to take small washing home., Address Z Reformer Office. ilill! "WANTED Woman for general house work in family of three. Mrs. F. A. Thompson, Telephone 577. lbl 11 WANTIID Messenger, girl or boy. r.nnd wflffes. Eight Hours. xeiegiaF" taught fTee. Western Union o FOR SALE Second hand organ, 6 oc tave, black walnut case. Inquire Mrs. E. W. Donaldson Williston St. 160-1G3 FOR SALE 1917 Ford, excellent con ii tion. Speedometer-and Stromberg carr buretor. Demonstration, if interested. Can r.yz-.). -. i;-tf 16R SALE One Guernsey cow and calf, newly freshened. One Blizzard en silage cutter. C. A. Whipple, Guilford. Tel. 372-W. 156-161 -ITEW EtefeffdJrTIa8h-,: JSS light Batteries , Hye, powerful and long- , llastingrall shapes and, v siieatofit tall jtypes and makes of flashlights. ' . Eveready batteries are backed : by a specific guarantee, and " we test each one before you -; -.. pay for it. n "I Ho matter what type of flash- 1 f , Ufeht you have it will be better with any Eveready battery. CHAS. iF. "MANN- 33 Main TEL 38 38 Mala Aotostrop Eazors 30-Day 156-tf WANTED Girl or woman for general housework, small family, no i.aunury. Mrs. R. D. Sherman, Vernon, t. 1(0-Ii-"'WANTED Board and room by two young women, in private family. Ad dress Misses Setters, South Newfane t. WNTED-A middle-aged .woman for a general boarding house; good" wages. Mrs. Collins, Ashuelot, N. H. Tel. 64-14. " f " : lo9-101 TANTEDrLady or gentleman agent in thft city of. Brattleboro for Watkins Famous" Products. , Known everywhere. Big profits. Write J. R..Watkins Co.. 06 NewSrk.City, ICQ, 163, 171, 17 1 BOY VANTED--In composing room. Pay according to ag and ability. . No ex perience required. . Apply to John Gunn, foreman, or E. H. Crane, manager, er mont Pnntlnf Co. - " ' t - 133-tf WANTD- Beef , ' hogs' and ; calves and some nice fresh towa, .delivered at my place Saturday or at the depot Monday morning. I will pay marked ricei.. IK G Clark, Brattleboro. r ..34-tf ; WANTED Pupil nurses and attend ants at the Taunton State Hospital. Wages $45 per month with mainten ance. For particulars address. Dr. - Ar thur" V. Goss, Supt. 141-tf WANTED Competent girl for gen eral, housework. Small family, good wages. Apply by mail, with references up to Sept. 1. Mrs. M. P. Maurice, 27 nnlr St. Brattleboro. Vt 151-tf WANTED Crochetef s on infants' bootees and sacques only. Good pay, steady work all year. We pay parcel wost and expressage both ways. May isrooKivn, 1G0-161 Knitting Co., 233 Irving Ave N.Y. WANTED Men and women with burning, aehing, itching feet, sore corns nnd callouses to try. a box of Snow Drop Salve. 25 cents, works wonders. Guaranteed by W. F. Root. Brattleboro Drug Co., C. F. Thomas and all drug gists. 142-171 WANTED Pupil nurses to enter the training, .school of the Worcester State Hospital: three years' course. Rate of pay, $45 per month to begin, $47 .50 at the end of three months, $50 at the end of 6 months, $52.50 at the end of !) months, and $53 at the end of. a year, with main tenance. Address Supt. Worcester State Hospital, Box 57, Worcester, Mass. . r ' 160-163 FOR .SALE Established general store on B. & M. Low rent, cash sales $1,000 a week. Potoffice in store. Box 11, Hrr- risville, N. II. 161-1 (Hi FOR SALE Hupmobile Sedan in good condition, has been thoroughly overhauled and newly painted. Can be seen at' the Mosher Garag. 151-tf AUTOMOBILES FOR S.M.E Fords from $250 up. Chevrolet, nr.-.Uon Super Six, the new Overland Four, and Dorts. Parker's Garage, Putney, Vt. Telephone. FOR SALE As I have sold my farm I will offer a lot of old style mahogany claw feet furniture such aa tall clock (chains removed), tables, parlor sets, chamber sets, mirrors, chairs, and a Ford touring car. ' Telephone 615. 130-tf FOR SALE Pair work horses, weight 3,000; age 10 and 12 years, sound and free from tricks. Will sell pair or singly, cheap. Also two-horse .Rutland wagon, 2-in. axle, with box body, and pair work harness. At Derrick Farm, West Dmn merston, Vt. Mrs. Minnie A. Betterlev. Brattleboro, R. F. D. 5. 160-165 FOR SALE Two-tenement house No. 12. Clark avenue, Brattleboro. Of fered for sale to settle an estate. A desirable property either for a home or as an investment. Modern equipment ey with .fu-vo.h r teerjjent. , Also four vacant lots. A. A. Dunklee, exec utor, South Vernon, Vt. 131-tf FOR " SALE New manufacturing plants increase at the toy factory adds 100 or more workers in town. Two tenement house for sale. Always . oc cupied, well located, hot and cold water, electricity, gas, sat bowl and bath, new Glenwood furnace. W. C. Horton Agency, 19 Brook St., Brattle boro, Vt. 154-t'f TO RENT. TO RENT Small tenement at 14 Or- gan St. . : . 161-tf TO RENT Two-room apartment, all furnished'. Princess fApts. 123-tf TO RENT Sunny front room with or without furniture .Convenient to Estey WANTED AT ONCE 2 Watchmen At Our Elevator E. : CROSBY & CO. . WANTED .r ' '.;. ;:-:':'? '. ':- ; ' '- ' Man to Deliver Daily Papers TO RENT Until Spring Furnished apartment of four rooms, kitchen, sit ting room, bedroom and bath; adults onlv. Address A, Reformer Office. 154-165 SPECIAL. NOTICES. HAIR GOODS E. ber Bldg. P. Bailey, 203 Bar 19S-tf FINE laundry work and plain sewing, Phone 321-M. . 150-170 CHIROPODY Elizabeth P. Bailey, 208 Barber Bldg. 9 to 122 to 5. Phone 606 19S-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 EET anyone faol you. Sell your junk to the right dealer get full price and the right scale. Telephone connection. M. Gissen, 104 Williams St. 51-tf Free -JR E M E M B E Rt r Eveready Flashlight y Batteries Fit All Flashlights. Trial sag than that sent in a box of Russell chocolates. The Thoma9 Pharmacy have sold such quantities of these confections that they know their quality is unques tioned. Try Russell's next time. i Tour a large spoonful of olive' oil on the top of your jar of pickles and they will not mould or deteriorate as soon as they will without it. ....... ;, Mothers , who wans: hosiery for , the rh;ldren that .will; vrear Bhoukl buy , the , r . Austin store. .Wbe,n. ,jflshini lact curtails? fold i"Cadet" brand -at. the J.. them' 1 llt and s"mali ' nougB f td go i Those linen toes and heels, withstand ,a tJmourh the wrinerer. - .vorkj careruiiv Job .ox wear and tear trom, active uttie fUh iCfef ''hapds Jd- press through, feet .asimany ha.ve.found who have tried wringer. It much soued use .anqtaer suds, rlfise "arid starch' without unfold ing, using wringer for each. : " i, f ! "Isn't that thoughtful?" You ' can ,inr spire that sentiment by remembering j to send a greeting card when the occasion requires. A small thing to do, but one that means much to the recipient. You'll find cards to fit every individual case, at Hopkins's. Young housekeepers . cannot be re minded to 'often that? a worth-while saving in gas bills and "discomfort can be accomplished by always turning the gas flame low when cooking, after 'the first necessary boiling or baking has been started, them. ' 'Apple ,Scallop-Stir ;RiupK;- hot- ap ple sauce cup sugar, nutmeg to teste, 1 tablespoon butter, blended :.witlv 1 heaping teaspoon cornstarch. When cold, heap in dish and brush over with beaten yolk of 1 egg. Cover with crumbs and bake V2 hour. .Serve with sauce. V 1 . mi ' I ifr'-rM;''-'; '' ' "Jr'W I I ' f'" ' III IHIiWllI"" ' 1 " ..It is not too early to look at some of the new things in fall headgear at Dpn nell & Davis's? Some snug fitting outing hats , of autumn, materials perhaps for that motor trip you are planning to take this month. ; - . " . . 1 : now about new curtains or draperies for your home this fall? You will doubt less find at housecleaning time that you need something of the kind and the Emerson Store as usual js prepared for these needs with a complete line for you to examine and choose from. - - Save your lemon rinds to drop into the pan in which you are boiling your dingy-looking kitchen towels to whiten them. . Sometime., when you want to scallop oysters and find you haven't the neces sary crackers, use potatoes instead.lt makes a verv nutritious dish. Why not say it with chocolates occa sionallv? You will find no sweeter mes- WANTED The E. A. Strout Farm Agency has cus tomers waiting for the following prop, ertics: First, & good farm of about 600 acres. Second, two cheap farms. Third, a large maple sugar grove, not partic- , i i, . -T 11' ular about tne uuiunngs on xnis larm. Anyone having such properties and wishing to sell, please write me and I will come at once and list them. L. W. JACKMAN West Brattleboro, Vt. Wanted at Once Girl or. Middle Aged Woman to Work in. Laundry . - ; . , ' - - Anply to "V W. K. SPARKS Brattleboro Steam Laundry y WANTED I - Down at Our -Elevator Ten Men Immediately E. CROSBY r CO. Mrs. Martha Calef- White ELECTRIC NEEDLE SPECIALIST; For the Removal of Hair and Moles , Twenty-five Years' Experience Will be at Miss Griffin's Toilet Parlor, Brattleboro, Vt., Sept; 7, 8, 9. , . Boston oflice, 2 PaTk Square, corner Bovlston Street, Room 35.- - 160-162 MAGAZINES AT LOWEST PRICES Write me about what magazines you want for the coming year. I can get them for you at money saving prices. Mrs. G. M. Love, Magazine. Specialist. South Newfane, Vt. " '208-ti WOOLEN CLOTH For the boys. MOTHERS, you can cut down the HIGH COST OF LIVING on your boys' clothing. We" are sell ing direct- from the MILL. Strong, durable cloth. Nice line of patterns to select from, suitable FOR ALL) THE FAMILY. Write us for samples. ASHUELOT WOOLEN CO. " v , Gilsum, N. H. ' Brattleboro r News Co ;: 5 P ' r;N'tf. .v;; '.J Iron Pidugh$v 5 to 6 feet long. Need iabriat 4 ozen of them before the iValleX Fai .Call 33. : CHAS. F. MANN, BrattfebdEo Vt. WANTED'--,; Man to run Back knife lathe WHITE RIVER CHAIR CO., Baltteborb, Vti " ' " CLERKS (men, women) over 17, for Ppstal Mail Service. .$13.7 month. Ex aminations September. Experience un necessary. For free particulars, write R. Terry (former Civil Service Examiner), 157 Continental Bldg.' Washington, D. C. T ill for, sale ii MTHB EIISrbENCfi' OFv- H -DR. LAURA jM. PLANTZ, In Putney House, ot eleven rooms, .pig.,. b$rn. stables i ibnspmentinp c.trpeijter and ' blfiollglwlth in (rhe Alont an ajjp of land. ;:G.od ruit, Mrt? grapevines,- Te':iTing,raftUthrt.J,iet plffec iJ-thfef ycorld 'to miiko tilVorn .jtp.nfcsr Come'hn.1 sec.."'' '-.- "TWY:.'J V L. M. PLANTZ - " . FOR SALE! One 1918 Buick Light Delivery, 'just overhauled and newly paJntecL . D.H.SMITII, ' -Service Garage, Putney, Vt. ' Automobile for Hire Easy Elding 7-Passeriger Buick Car WALTER M. SOBBTN9 , TeL'269-W TO OTJI-AGHE A throbbing tooths -may rob ,you ofI wsleep. Alwayskeep Shandy a tube of BAUME ANALGESIQUE BENGUE - . VTbo. Lecaicf ft Co.. N. VP Piano Lessons Season of 1920-1921 MtSS ILjLWLEY y . ; has returned to her homeat 6 Crosby street (just off Western Ate.) andlwill be glad to meet her pupils at any time. jtV .ElfTJ.SS . points to a ,, very busy "season and it vcould be well to arrange lesson periods as early ag possiblei New pupils can se cure Interviews by telephone 743-M. Special -attention to fitting for Conservatory study. n Thomas ,T. Brittan . .Fire , Accident Insurance Liability Life Wilder Bldg., Brattleboro Mrs. A. II. Brasor's vocal . classes, are larger than ever this falL Correct meth ods: proven by advancing pupils are her best testimonials She has. both day and evening classes. , ... ,' , - If you wish an ,easily . made desset for a hot dav try sonie of the follow ing: Put in a dish . a layer of soda crackers wet in milk, . then a layer of peaches or other. kind of, fruit; sprinkle with sugar, then add , layer , of sweet ened whipped cream j. repeat until dish is filled, having cream last; on top put little squares of. jelly. You can get those good "Bonnie B" hatir nets at the Root Pharmacy; row.-, All wearers of such nets are always looking for the most durable and I suggest that vou trv these. I think you will find them of the best. They are priced at 13 tens each. Maple Syrup Honey Broilers ; SCOTT FARM TeL 227-Y Apple and Blueberry Jam: Peel your apples, same as yau would for apple snuce, put on stove and cook with a little vnter. Clean. one box of blue berries, put those on to cook too, and when vou think they are cooked enough add your apple sauce to it. After all has cooked together for about 10 min utes, then measure. To one cup of blue berries add ;i cup or sugar. -IjCI au cook together until vou . think it is heavy enough. "Leigh's" Lavender toilet water cer tainly has as refreshing an odor as any I have ever tried. Others oTVthlllrhe which they have at the Park Drug store have the real fragrance,. o , violets and Virginia clover. You make' no mistake when you e'quiji your loiletltaple with Did you know that a teaspoonful of sugar addexi to heavy cream, will pre vent its turning to butter when being whipped? ' - v 'f ?i 'You will probably . need some stone jars or crocks for your pickles, and pre serves- and -yon ea n get - wJiate ver s izc .yo'shat' Kobbitfs & CWles. In the spring, you can use them fpr- putting down eggs. . A useful jpiece of kitchen equipmein . : i Mix a few plums with apples when cooking apple sauce. I There is now a fine new line of dresses for the school girls at the store of Good- novr, Pearson & Hunt. They are stylish. practical and appropriate and, well made. j. 1 lie infants , children s and misses de partment of this big store has many at tractions for shopping mothers. Dessicated cocoanut may be made as fresh and tender as - when freshly grated, by wringing . a tea towel, from j water or skim milk, not too dry, and .wrapping the cocoanut ; loosely in" it for an ii our or more. We Buy and Sell Diamonds All shapes and kinds. GEO. L. KATE Grand View Brattleboro, Vt j Haye you noticed what a complete line ot crackers and cookies, plain and fancy, the Cory Market has in stock? Those Educator graham crackers are fine. Try them some day. An assortment of the (cookies will -be nice for'yonr. emergency CARL F. CAIN MERCHANT TAILOR 159 Main Street - Tel. 327-M FRDC. LEITSINGER PIANO TUNING 107- High St. ....... -S "v t. v WANTED 0 Teams onDummferston i frit Si S. Sr. 4-'-'. I Apply on job to DrQverpcker, Supt., t or Tel. 648-M ' 'y".k The 'same color, or a slightly varying tone of it, is used on the walls of an apartment or small house to make the rooms seem larger and give unity and a restiui leelmg or background. There is a fine chance to get some hieh class stationery for yourself at the Clapp x dones store. A quantity of drummer s samples of box paper, the boxes slightly soiled from handling, but the contents fresh, are being sold one-third off the regular price. , - . .-. . Only red, ripe, sound tomatoes, freshly picked, should be used for fanning. To keep an excellent color and flavor, cover with neh tomato jmee rather than with water. This liquid may be used for soups. i XeV fall and winter goods are coming in rapidly nov at the Ef J. Fenton?"stiire, but the stock 'left fromithe fire sale will i . , . t S . . i ... j , . . ic mm mi, naje prit'fs HIIIHI inevv iisive been disposed joof. A plumber of, gofod oargaips icit yet. t i . Taki up some of the': parsley aftd tli FALLKILL CONSTRUCTION CO., Inc; iOii ves from the kl elven, gardert i i i ..a' .j. . ... ; . . iiKnthd and trasJTat H: windo for winter use. ' -f???-''' ' f a thiWi No Honing !; . irStrpg Gillette Razor Sale Regular $5.00 Razor ....... $3.79 Gillette Blades . . . . . . ... . . . $1.00 size 79c 50c size 40c ' : j TKe Gillette is' the' bestiknown and best" jsell- v.r:..inf azbi'.ihh'e world.' f Here is a chance to buy V-one right- v'''f ' : UNITED CIGAR STORES COMPANY Brattleboro iDrug Co. Agents 104 MAIN STREET 'PHONE 560 MAKE Your Opportunities Don't be like some people who always blame their: luck. The man; with money in the bank makes his own opportunities. yAl - We solicit your account fVj -T J $ VERjpT NATIONAL BANK BRATTLEBORO, VERMONT SAFETY STRENGTH SERVICE Drifting Don't drift. All success is up stream. Keep your money in the Bank, pay all ac counts by check, and know every day just where you stand. ; , Peoples National Bank BRATTLEBORO, VT.' Have You Ever Considered Selling Your Real Estate? " Why hot list it with us? , ,' We will advertise and show the property draw the deed and look after the transfer when sold. And Tcn&i'ge a commission of 2 per cent ;f or village property and 3 per . cent for , farm vy At present mere is ; a aemana ior . au Kinos tvpFffal estate at good prices. . . mix u".;. . : V"- Brattleboro Trust Co.