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TBtl, BRATTLEBORO DAILY REFORMER. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 25,- 1920.
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS
5 cents a line first insertion; 2H cents a line each subsequent insertion.
' Cash in AdTftnce. Minimum Charge, HO cents. - -
WANTED.
restaurant.
-Dish washer.
Iloadley's
167-tf
WANTKD :Mpjrcnger boy. Postal
Telegraph. - 152-tf
YANTKi- i.lijtmk-r maids, at the
Brook" Ilou-st;. 174-17S)
WANTED Boy., over,
bakery. 97 Main St.
.16
to. work in
161-tf
WANTED Beef, hogs, calves ajid lijre
poultry. F.' Richardson. - ' 305-tf
WANTED Girl, for general, house
v.ovk. Mrs. George E: Crowell. 177-182
"WANTED-Table girls. Good pay.
Steady work. Childs Restaurant, New
port, N. H. 136-tf
WANTED Housekeeper for family of
two in Vernon. Address Box 9, Reformer
Office. - KS-tf
WANTED One or two good men, for
work in and around saw mill. Iiolden &
Martin Lumber Co.
2-tf
WANTED At once, girl or woman
for general housework. . A. C. Barnes,
Westminster West, Vt. 177-182
WANTED Woman for general house
work in family of three. Mrs. F. A.
Thompson, Telephone 577. 161 -tf
WANTED1 Girl for general
work, good cook preferred. Mrs.
U. Putnam, 5 Chapin St.
WANTED Messenger, girl , or
Good wages. Eight hours. Telegraphy
taught tree. Western Union. l.)i-tf
FOR HALE! 100 bushels of good
No. 1 potatoes. Write or call on Wil
liam Rounds, Newfane, Vt., R. F. D. 1
177-188'
house-Frank
17G-tf
boy-
FOR SALE
i dition.
WAXTKD Oct. 1st. couinetcnt cirl i huretor. - Demonstration,
for treneral housework best of wages,
Mm. J. V,. TTolden. Park Place. 170 tf
FOR SALE.
FOR SALE Houses.
West St.
Inquire at 14
17-t-tf
FOR SALE Maxwell
Tel. 5S5-M. -
Touring car.
173-179
FOR SALE
fodder. ''L. II.-
-One acre sweet corn
Richardson. 173-tf
G
FOR biiE Dodge touring car
Perkins & Son. Tel. 575 -M.
J.
146-tf
FOR SALE New Franklin heater
stove also cas range. Tel. 751. 175-177
. FOR SALE Furniture and Ranges
new and second-hand, at J. B. Dunton's
FOR SALE A new Ford truck, body
8x4. top and side curtains. M. M. Tucker,
Flat Rtreet. 132-tf
-F(TR SALE Mv light jobbing and ex
press business, cheap. W. M. Irish, 118
So. Main St. 173-178
FOR SALE At niy farm, potatoes
to be dusr Oct. 1. John Warren Ha mil
ton. Tel. 7S-33. 17G-tf
FOR SALE Bav horse, cheap, 1200
lbs., good worker. R. B. Campbell, Ver-
T-i r i 1 T1- 170.1TS
FOR SALE. Two fresh cows, pair
steers. 3 two vear old heifers. A. C
Barnes, West Westminster, Vt. 177-18
1017 Ford, excellent ron-
Sneedometer and Stromberg car
mt:Trsieu.
if
WANTED Girl or woman to do light
housework and care for one child. Ap
olv after six at 16 Homestead Place.
175-177
WANTEP Competent girl for general
housework. Small family, good wages.
Mrs. M. P. Maurice, 27 Oak St., Brattle-
hnro. r. 151 -tf
. WANTED By. a... middle-aged lady
rdaee as housekeeper for an elderly
gentleman in town. Address Box 25
Reformer Office. 176-178
WANTED Two chambermaids at a
Smith College House. Wages S8 and
laundry. Apply to Mrs. M. P. Billings
Chapin House, Northampton, Mass.
175-177
HELP WANTED in box factory. Good
wages. Short hours. Steady employ
ment. Write or call the superintendent
The New England Box Co., Winchester,
N. n. lou-isu
WANTED Ladv or gentleman agent
tTi the city of Brattleboro for Watkins
Famous Products. Known everywhere.
Big profits. Write J. R. Watkins Co., 56
New York City. 1C0, 165, 171, 177
BOY WANTED la composing room.
Pay according to age and ability. No ex
perienced required. Apply to John Gunn,
foreman, or E. H. Crane, manager, Ver
mont Printing Co. 138-tf
' WANTED Beef, hogs and calves and
some nice fresh cows, delivered at my
place Saturday or at the depot Monday
morning. I wll pay market price. H. G.
Clark, Brattleboro. 34-tf
WANTED Pupil nurses and attend
ants at the Taunton f.tate Hospital.
Wages $4. per month with mainte
nance. For particulars address Dr. Ar
thur V. Goss, Supt. 141-tf
. WANTED Any kind of second
hand goods. I'ay cash on delivery.
Come in and talk it over or telexhone
23J). G. W. Cushman, 61 Main St.
173-177
. WANTED A good man, or a strong
briy, cm farm at once to help harvest
t r..ps and for fall work. Call or tele-phiMi-
!v"L. WTelcome, West Chesterfield,
N. It. ! 1. 74-14. . 173-tf
WANTED Men "and women who suf
fer with :. "hints, f.nrning feet, corns and
callouses m tr ;! !x of SNOW DROP
SALVT. I' , Vv.ri.j wonders. Guaran
teed lv U. F. Tiioittui, W. F. Root and
Brattleboro Drug Co. 172-181
Call 432-J.
FOR SALE
IGO-tf
Modern, two-tem'ineut
house. 14 room:-, first class repair. Good
location, easy terms. George S. Hoi
den. Town. 176-tf
" FOR SALE One Fordson tractor with
plows, harrows and belt pulley complete,
Excellent condition. Roberts Auto Co.,
Brattleboro, Vt. 172-177
FOR SALE Baldwin apples, $4 a
barrel while they last. F. E. Gammell,
Brattleboro, Vt. Known as the Dunklee
farm. Tel. 211-12. 171-tf
FOR SALE An all electrVal Butter
Kist pop-corn machine, as good as new,
and in perfect running ora.r. Atmress
Box 2i3. Northfield. Mass. 175-180
AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE Fords
from $250 up, Chevrolet. Hudson Super
Six, the new Overland Four, and Dorts.
Parker's Garage, Putney, Vt. Telephone.
152-tf
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE Nice 5-year-old
Morgan colt (well broken) for a
good express horse, weighing not less
than 1250; or I will exchange a new auto
mobile for the same. Tel. 615. 173-tf
FOR SALE Oil heaters. rfiunk
burner stove, furniture, player organ,
piano, overcoats, guns, tools, books. A
large variety of second-hand goods. G.
W. Cushman, 61 Main St., Tel. 230.
173-177
FOR SALE Singer sewing machine,
cabinet form with oscillating top (prac
tically new), $70; stair carpet $5; wood
heating stove $5; heavy oak folding
sewing ...table $;. two new jkjtehen ta
bles, live sofa pillows, 2 hassocks, on'c
large picture, and two new white wood
kitchen tables (large size). 2 Iligh
lawn Road. 177-178
FOR SALE Two-tenement house
No. 12 Clarke avenue, Brattleboro. Of
fered for pale to settle an estate. A
desirable property either for a home or
as an investment. Modern equipment
and bath with each tenement. Also foxir
vacant lots. A. A. Dunklee, executor,
South Vernon, Vt. 131 -tf
WANTED Reliable, trustworthy
man to take orders for trees, shrubs,
roses, vines, bulbs, etc. No delivery
or collection work. - High commission
pn;d. First National Nurseries, Roch--.
Y. 177
WANTED Having occasion to make
t rips to places fifty miles or so distant
from Brattleboro, I would like to en
gage autoist driving his own runabout,
or small touring car. Address, giving
rate by day or mile, which must be
reasonable, Box 5, Reformer Office.
17G-177
W ANTED
Man to Pack Chairs
Man for Bench Saw
Man to run Back Knife
Lathe
2 Men for Yard Work
WHITE RIVER CHAIR CO.,
, " , Erattleboro, Vermont
-WANTED
Man at Gas House
Man on Street Railway
TWIN STATE GAS & 1
, ELECTRIC COMPANY
GOOD PAINTERS
"WANTED
At S. A. Smith Mfg. Company
and to such will be paid good wages.
CARL F. CAIN
MERCHANT TAILOE
159 .Main Street
FOR SALE Order your winter sup
ply of potatoes,, price is bound to ad
vance. 5 bushel lots of Green Mountain
delivered in Brattleboro at $2.10 a bu
shel; beets, carrots, and fall turnips
at $1 per bushel when ordered with po
tatoes. Rock River I arm, So. Newfane,
Vt. 173-17S
FOR SALE Horses. My load of ?,0
head will arrive Sunday night, Sept.
20. Several close matched pair 2500
to 3500. Singles 1200 to 1S0O. If you
need good horses be sure and look at
this load; they will sell fast. Ml J.
Tetreault, Greenfield, Mass. Tel. 1420.
176-173
BRATTLEBORO GOOD TOWN TO LIVE IN
V i It
f A it
' A3? EVEREADY FLASHLIGHT BATTERIES
lvSV FIT ALL 'FLASHLIGHTS ' ' '
8$girg? tri$fl 7? D
1 (frrf
'0
tvhen
Strong
you
gel them
Eveready Made the FIRS1 flashlight battery
Eveready' Makes the BES1 flashlight battery
Twenty years ago the first flashlight battery was
made. It was an Eveready.
Crammed with energy ready to live for a long
life of usefulness crowded with all the electrical
strength that 20 years of flashlight battery build
ing experience can build into a flashlight that
is the kind of a battery you will get from Hard
ware Mann.
The one way to be positive of getting the one
flashlight battery that gives the longest, most re
liable service is to be sure it is an EVEREADY.
Bring your flashlight or order by the number on
the battery now in your flashlight.
Quality and Service of Eveready Flashlight Bat
teries are certified by me and guaranteed by the
maker. . .
CHAS. F. MAN
WEDDING' AT BELLOWS FALLS.
Miss Elizabeth S. Guild and F. S. Lou-
4 f Qin TJnit&i in Matrimpny. 1 1
BELLOWS ' FALLS, Sept!" " 25.-Miss
Elizabeth Shilery Guild, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Edgar A. Guild, was married
yesterday morning- at 1Q . Mi'elotfk. ..at her
home on- South street-to Fred Stanley
Louanin of this place. Rev. J. G. Cur
rier, rector of Immanuel church, per
formed the, ceremony, , Xh? groom, is-, an
employe of the American Railway Ek
press Company ' and is a tVorld war vet
eran: ' The bride until recently has been
employed in the office of Dr. F. T.'.Iew
ett. After a short wedding trip thdy
will return and maT4e' -their home qi
.flen'ry' street. -ti
WANTED
Young Man
to work in drug store
Brattleboro Drug Co.
WANTED
Five Girls
to work in our factory ;. steady
employment and good wages. Ap
ply in person, v ';'.
S. A. Smith Mfg. Co.
Certificates
WANTED
2 Good Men
FOR OUR SAW DEPARTMENT
C E. Bradley Corp.
38 Main TEL.-38 38 Main
AUTOSTROP RAZORS 30-DAY FREE TRIAL
FOR SALE Pair work horses,
weight 3,000; age 10 and 12 years,
sound and free from trick?. Will sell
pair or singly, cheap.- Also two-hors
Rutland wagon, 2-in. axle, with box
body, and pair work harness. At Tier
rick Farm, West Dummerston, Vt, Mrs.
Minnie A. Betterley, Brattleboro, R.
F. D. 5. 171-177
FOR SALE Willjam and Mary Eng
lish oak dining room set, consisting of
table, sideboard, serving table, china
closet and six (2 arm) chairs. This set
is in fine condition and is offered at the
low price of $473, which is below the
prewar price. Not having large enough
dining room in small house now occu
pying is reason for selling. Tel. 10S-R.
170-177
TO RENT.
TO RENT A furnished room suitable
for two. 16 Homestead Place. 175-177
TO RENT .Modern
ment. 3.1 Western Ave.
5-room tene-173-tf
TO RENT Furnished room, 14 For
cst St. Electric lights and heat. 173-tf
TO RENT Six room furnished tene
ment. All modern improvements. 4
Birge St. 173
TO RENT Cottage at Lake Spofford
from Sept. 10 on. Apply to J. E. Smith,
Tel. 34-W. - 163-tf
TO RENT After Sept. 25, one good,
two-room apartment, all furnished, and
one 5-room tenement. Chas. . Miner,
Princess Apartments. 175-tf
TO RENT Large front room, lower
floor, electric lights, hot and cold wat
er,, furnace heat. Suitable for two.
Mrs. Thomas Winn. 3 Elm St. 173-tf
TO RENT One 20 ft. by 40 ft. wall
tent for Valley fair. Suitable for dining
tent or auto show. Telephone C!)l-X,
Greenfield, Mass., or write to G. A. S., 8
Montague Rd., Greenfield, Mass. 174-lSo
TO RENT Five -room tenement for
care of 3-year-old boy. North Hinsdale,
three miles from Brattleboro. Driving
to Brattleboro every day. Will make
square deal. -Address R., Reformer
Office. '174-179
PUBLIC AUCTION
At the Brookland Farms, Walpole, N. II.
September 25th at 1P. M.
See Large Posters.
J. II. O'BRIEN, Proprietor
C. D. RECORD, Manager
SPECIAL NOTICES.
HAIR GOODS E. P. Baiy, 20S Bar
ber Bldg. 193-tf
CHIROPODY Elizabeth P.
Barber Bldg. 9 to 122 to 5.
Bailev, 208
Phone COG
108-tf
BARGAINS IN MAGAZINES Most
favorable terms on single subscriptions
or on 'reduced club rates. Send for book.
let. Brattleboro News Co. 190-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.
5l-tf
KNITTING YARN For sale direct
from manufacturer at $l0, $2 and $2.2
per lb. Postage paid on $,1 orders. Write
for samples. H. A. Bartlett, Ilarmonv,
Me. l(;!)-lJ.-
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-tf
SALESMAN Opportunity for en
ergetic man to establish permanent
profitable business in own community.
Liberal commission, settled in full each
week. Seteson Oil Co., Cleveland, O.
. 177
AGGRPSSIVE, WOMEN in Brattle
boro and surrounding towns earn
splendid spare time incomes introduc
ing guaranteed Priscilla Fabrics, hos
iery. Underwear. Everybody interested.
Magnificent profits. Beautiful samples
furnished. Fitzcharles Co., TrentonN.
J. ! J - 477-1S2
FOR SALE
One 1920 490 Chevrolet touring car.
One 1918 490 Chevrolet touring car.
Also a few second hand Fords, prices
$175 and up.
D. IL SMITH,
Service Garage, Putney, Vt.
ADVERTISE IN THE REFORMER.
APPLES
Maple Syrup Honey
SCOTT FARM
TeL 227-Y
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST Rhinestone bar pin, set 1 in
silver. Finder plea so telephone 677-Y.
' : 177-tf
LOST (ireen and blue changeable silk
umbrella Monday, Sept.. 13. Finder
please return to Mrs. Hattie Warren.
Main St. 175-177
"TOST iloll of bills between freight
station and Richardson's market morning
of Sept. 22. Reward if returned to Re
former office. 173-177
LOST Male hound, medium size,
black and tan, white tip on tail, 'white
on face "and feet,' collar marked Ar
thur R. White. Brattleboro, Vt., No.
344. 'Name Bounce. Missing since Cth
inst. Suitable reward for recovery.
Address as above R. F. D. 5 Box 17.
173-1S3
Wanted at Once
Girl or Middle Aged Woman
to Work in Laundry ,
Apply to
W. K. SPARKS
Brattleboro Steam Laundry
LOGS WANTED
We are ready to contract for all
kinds, and to pay top -prices for" butt
cuts. - , . "
S. A. SMITH MFG. CO..
Iron Pig Trough's '
5 to 6 feet long. Need about a dozen of
them before the Valley Fair. Call 33;
CHAS. F. MANN, Brattleboro, Vt.
FOUND- A dog.
at 2 Hunt Ave.
Owner please call
173173
WOOLEN CLOTH
For the boys. MOTHERS, you can
cut down the HIGH COST OF LIVING
cm 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. . v
. ASHUELOT WOOLEN CO.
Gilsum, N. IL
t FOR SALE
i - ...
. -.
Nearly new. gas, range, with glass; oven
doors, black walnut bed, mattress,;,dou
ble spring rugs, electric and gas irons,
andirons screen, tables, etCinsMoving
to apartment. Call 8 Putney Road. Tel.
358-X.
Chas S. DeAngelis
Shoe and Rubber Repairing
Of All Kinds '
Ladies and Gentlemen's Shoe
Shine " Parlor
53 Elliot Street
Brattleboro
OFFICES TO LET
Nice, larger office in TJllery building;
ffceond floor front, steam heat, run
ning water, well lighter; large enough'
to partition into three rooma. Will ar;
range to suit permanent tenant. Newly
painted, screens, curtains, awnings. Ap-
ly to J. G. TJllery, Room 12. Tel 818-W.
Four Garbage Houtes to Let
Inquire of Mr. Tubbs, Organ Street
Village Commissioners.
BANJO
Tenor Banjo, Mandolin
Banjo, aud Five-string
Banjo Players Wanted
Beginners or advanced . If
you want w earn some real
money get in touch with me today. I '11 give you
year to pay for the finest instrument ever
male and learn you to play correctly. Be a
"hinjn buo." , It coats nothing to investigate.
E.O.Cooke Prospect Court Telephone
Frank AJ Snow
1 Violin Teacher
CaEU TeL 676-J
10 Putney Road"
Orchestra": Furnished for All " uccarfoni.
Automobile for Hire
Painting and Paper
Hanging
Write or call at L. A. MOMONEY,
49 Clark Avenne. '
Easy Riding 7-Passenger Euick Car
WALTER I3L SOEBINS
Tel. 269-W .
We Buy and Sell Diamonds
All shapes and kinds.
GEO. L. KAYE
Grand View Brattleboro, Vt
First-class Stenographer
-Wanted
WHITE RIVER CHAIR CO.,
Brattleboro, ;Vt: '
Giwii with E,very Even $1
Purchase
Saturday Only
UNITED CIGAR STORES
COMPANY
Brattleboro Drug Co.
Sales Agent
4 Liberty Bonds
Second Liberty Loan 4 Per Cent Bonds
should be presented for exchange into 4 1-4 per
cent bonds before. November 15th.
First Liberty Loan 4 Per Cent Bonds
should be presented for exchange into 4 1-4 per
cent bonds before December 15th.
The exchange privilege expires on these
dates. We will attend to the exchange without
charge for all holders who deposit their, bonds
previous to the above dates. ' ' ' '
V E R MO N T
NATIONAL BANK
BRATTLEBORO, VERMONT,
SAFETY STRENGTH SERVICE
WELCOME
Depositors are always welcome to consult
us on any matter of banking or trust. If we
cannot serve you in any special instance, we will
tell you so courteously; if we can serve you, we
.will do it promptly, accurately and thoroughly.
Peoples National Bank
BRATTLEBORO, VT.
Our-Oftoers -hordo
The-LinksOf-SeiViceWhich
Bind -This BanloTo I ts
Customers
i jOU have but to do business.
here a very, short time to
appreciate -the qualities of T
the men behind these win--
Ifxlows and desks.
You'll admire, the. carefulness ;
1 1 i tr vhiclt they handle your A
i'tnoney. Yotill aobreciate 'their?
- ,,ri ft i ' A i . .. V . : .
, ! Tfieirspint of friendly s
service
! customers out fnew depositors.
Let them contribute to your suexgss.
ittleboi'IMjst(5.
Brattleboro - Vejoviont

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