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THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY REFORMER. WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 20. 1920.
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS 6 cc-ts a line first insertion; 2H centa a line each subsequent insertion. Cash in Adrance. Minimum Charge, 20 centa WANTED. WANTED Dish Restaurant. washer. WANTED Girls for the store, tleboro Baking Co. Scovill's 107-tf Brat-l.Ki-tf WANTED Beef, hogs calves and live poultry. W. F. Richardson. 182-tf HELPER WANTED Fitch Plumbing & Heating Co., 41) Elliot street. 107-ti WANTED Chairs to cane. G. W. Hudson, 4 Spring St. Drop me a card. WANTED Housekeeper for family of two in Vernon. Address Box 9, Reformer Office. lC8-tf WANTED Man at Cash and Carry Market, immediately. Steady work. C2 Elliot St. 193 WANTED Second hand goods for cash. G. W. Cushman, 61 Main St.. phone 239. 190-201 WANTED Table girls. Good pay. Steady work. Childa Restaurant, New port, N. H. 136-tf WANTED One or two good men for work in and around saw mill. Holden & Martin Lumber Co. 22-tf WANTED A middle-aged lady for housekeeper. No children. J. E. Howe, aia nchestcr Depot, Vt. 193-200 WANTED Salesman and collector ; one owning a team or automobile. Apply evenings at r3 Elliot St. 197-202 WANTED Girl for general house work, good cook preferred. Mrs. Frank B. Putnam, " Chapin St. 191-tf WANTED Return load for one ton truck from Boston. C. M. Burnliam, West Chesterfield , N. 1 1 . Tel. 79 0. 1! tS-1 f WANTED Cider appleTaTTlepot Sat urday, Oct. 23, and Monday. ( ct. 2."i. 40e. -per hundred lbs. F. L. Wellman. , 198-201 WANTED Woman wants room and ; oard; will work in partial payment for ame. Address L, care of Reformer Office. 191-202 FOR SALE. FOR SALE Barrels. R. Atkins. 1! 18-203 FOR SALE Second hand timber, all kinds. Chas. Miner. 195-tf FOR SALE Indian motorcycle, cheap. H. G. Ryan, 3 Canal St. 197-200 FOR Saii Dodge touring car. G. J. Perkins & Son. Tel. 575-M. 146-tf FOR SALE Small Glen wood range. Dr. P.. E. White, 3 Linden St. 197-190 FOR SALE Greening apples, $2.50 per bbl., delivered. Tel. 531-M. 197-tf 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 street. 132-tf FOR SALE Fifty 4-weeks-old pigs at the Kendall Farm near Bondville. Vt. Champlain Realty Co. 197-208 FOR SALE Morgan mare, safe for lady to drive. Address T. F. Betterley, West Brattleboro, Vt. 188-tf FOR SALE Hudson roadster in good condition. Price $250. Tel. 104-W.. M. R. Adams, West River road. 192-198 FOR SALE Used House heating boil er. Richmond round. 450 ft. Price is low. L. S. Edwards, 28 Prospect St. 19G-207 FOR SALE Baldwin and Greening apples. S3 per bbl. II. F. Smith, Frost farm, West Brattleboro, Vt. Tel. 314-5. 398-207 FOR SALE Baldwin apples, $3 a barrel while they last. F. E. Gamniell, Brattleboro, Vt. Known as the Dunklee farm. Tel, 21L12. 183-tf FOR SALE Thirty-gallon galvanized iron hot water boiler with full set brass BRATTLEBORO GOOD TOWIT TO LIVE IH SEWING MACHINE UEEDLES- COMPLETE STOCK OF ALL KINDS REMEMBER your family, yourself, your property and then buy an Eveready Flashlight. CHAS. F. MANN 38 Main TEL 38 33 Main Autostrop Razors 30-Day Free Trial SPECIAL NOTICES. HAIR GOODS E. Barber Bldg. Bailey, 20S lS2-tf WANTED Competent girl for gen eral housework. Best of wages. Apply to Mrs. L. E. Holden, G Park Place. . 185-tf WANTED Pupil nurses to care for children. Write H. C. Arey, Supt. Hospi tal Cottages for Children, Baldwinville, Mass. lS3-tf WANTED Competent girl for general housework. Small family, good wages. Mrs. M. P. Maurice, 27 Oak St., Brattle- ' ilUM FOR SALE Hubbard and Turban WANTED Piano for use during the ''luash, $2.50 per 100 lbs. Hard headed winter, by a school teacher. Will take 1 cabbage. $2.50 per 300 lbs. Medium size it as Storage. Address "Piann " ram r.f beets. $1.25 ter hnshpl. Cnrrnts SI r.nr Reformer Office. 195-10 I bushel. Mangel beets for poultry.' SI. 50 per 300 lbs. Cash on delivery. F. D. No. 2 High-19N-199 couplings and stand. $10. lawn road, telephone 108-ft. FOR SALE We have just received more cement than we can store, and until the surplus is gone will sell at reduced prices. Holden & Martin Lumber Co. 193-tf AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE Fords from $250 up, Chevrolet, Hudson Super Six, the new Overland Four, and Dorts. Parker's Garage, Putney, Vt. - Telephone. 132-tf " FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE Vice 5-year-old Morgan colt (well broke for u. good express horse, weighing i.wt less than 1250; or I will exchange a new auto mobile for the same. Tel. 615. 175-tf WANTED Victor and Columbia talk ing machine records. Bring in one or a thousand. I pay 25 cents each. G. W. Cushman, CI Main St., 'phone 239. 196-201 WANTED Beef, hops and calves and ome nice fresh cows, delivered at my place Saturday or at the depot Monday morning. I will pay market price. H. G. Clark, Brattleboro. 34 -tf Duncan. Tel. 243-W. CHIROPODY Elizabeth V. Bailey, OS Barber Bldg. 9 to 12 2 to 5 Phone 000. 182-tf BARGAINS IN MAGAZINES Most favorable terms on single subscriptions or on reduced club rates. Send for booklet. Brattleboro News Co. 182-tf DON'T LET anyone fool you. Sell your junk to the right dealer get full price and the right scale. Telephone connection. M. Uissen, 104 Williams St 51-tf MAGAZINES AT LOWEST PRICES rite me about what magazines you want ior the coming year. .1 can get tiiein tor you at money savins nnces Mrs. G. M. Love. Magazine Specialist, South Newfane, Vt. 182-tf 195-tf WANTED Pupil nurses and attend ants at the Taunton State Hospital Wages $45 per month with mainte nance. For particulars address Dr. Ar thur V. Goss, Supt. 141 -tf WANTED T.o,! fa;i;- - iuxwuiai v i Lii opera tion of sewing machines, to start on part time, with opportunity for full time later. Ibis is not a factory position. Applv Box 1, Reformer Office. 193-198 WANTED Clerks, typfe women over 17) for government depart ments. $120 monthly. Experience un necessary. For free particulars of exam inations, write R. Terry (former Civil heme- Examiner). 155 Continental Bldg.. ,,) -hington, D. C. 195-199 WANTED Three girls or middle aged women to work at general laundry work. Clear $S0 to $55 per month above room and board. For 53J hours per week. Apply to NORTHFIELD SEMINARY STEAM LAUNDRY East Northfleld, Mass. FOR SALE Two-tenement house No. 12 Clarke avenue, Brattleboro. Of fered for rale to settle an estate. A desirable rroperty either for a home or as an investment. Modern equipment and bath with each tenement. Also four vacant lots. A. A. Dunklee, executor, South Ve Vt 131-tf FOR SALEDi. - tabled beds", stoves, piano, organ, banjo, mandolin, guitar, pumping engine, medical batterv, stand wringer, mangle, tool chest, tools, rifles, shot guns, revolvers, opera glasses, telescope, watches, books, shoes, over coats, bicycles, etc.. etc., at CI Main St.. 'phone 239. G. W. Cushman, dealer in any kind of second hand goods. 190-201 TO RENT. TO p -. To" stairs. ;r XT Five-room tenement. Ap r -"t St. 198-201 UENT Room, 3 Linden St., np T1. 717-R. 197-199 RENT -I '.rnislipil T. !. OS-K. room ; heat, 197-tf TO light and bath FOR RENT- T.nre front room, pri vate entrance, s Green St. 196-tf ,T RENT-B. ldmg.2Sx 20, in rear a 5-a & FL,nan block on Main St. b. W. Edgett & Co. 179-tf LOST. ..tt- T llver mounted cane; name Uood engraved on handle. Reward if returned to Reformer Office. 19G-19S LOGS WANTED We are ready to contract for all kinda and to pay top prises for butt cuts. S. A. SMITH MFG. CO. 3k WANTED Newspapers In Good Condition WHITE RIVER CHAIR CO. Brattleboro, Vt. WINCIIESTER-BRATTLEBORO JITNEY Leaves Winchester House 8 a. m., 1.15 p. m. Leaves Mann's Store (ninsdale) 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 $1200 Buys a cottage house; lot 15 rods front and 12 rods deep. Good spring of run hIds water. About one mile from Mai Street, Brattleboro. S. W. EDGETT & CO. FRANK A. SNOW yiolin Teacher .Call Tel. 676-M Orchestra Furnished 10 Putney Road for All . Occasions FOR SALE 33-acre farm known as the wmi-im Ford farm in West Chesterfield, N. II. Two-tenement house in good repair; there are six rooms in each tenement. Very nice barn, 46x56; running spring water at the house and barn; hen-house, hog-house. There are lots of Fall and npjir on me piace. mere is around one hundred thousand feet of pine, hemlock and hard wood timber on the farm. As this property must be moved quickly you can buy it at a bar gain seldom offered for a nice one-man village farm. See JOHN L. HOWARD The Real Estate Man Barber Building Brattleboro, Vt, Notice to Contractors Sealed proimsals fur building abut ments and approaches and doing other work for the proposed H.th Rridge in Rridgewater, Vermont, will he received at the Office f the State Highway Com missioner. Montpclier. Vermont, until 2 P. m.. October L'S, lrjt), and then pub licly opened and read. The work to lx done consists of the following approximate quantities: r.arin excavation, R'x-k excavation, in cluding removal of old abutment, Borrow, Concrete Class A (1-2-1) Concrete Class C (1-3-0) Reinforcing Steel. Wooden Guard llail, Bituminous Wearing - Snr-fac 1 Jans and snecificntinn mo- ) the office of the State Engineer Montr pelier. Vermont. Bidders should satisfy themselves, be fore bidding, as to the character of the work and the obstacles to bo encoun tered. The estimated quantities are not guaranteed, but are given as a basis for the comparison of bids. A certified check for $1.0(M).0 pay able to the State Highway Commis sioner, must accompany each bid. The right is reserved to reject any and all bids. S. B. BATES, State Highway Commissioner. Dated October 10, 1020. ."0 cu. yds TOO cu. vds. iMMt cu. y.K 4S cu. yds. 2-"iO cu. yds. 8,MM pounds 1512 lin. ft. 10 sq. yds 4 NORTHFIELD, MASS. Dr. X. 1 Wood has a new Franklin automobile. I oily Parker is visiting her grand- motlier in Greenfield. Richard B. Smith spent the week-end witn ms mother, Mrs. IN. Fay Smith. Mr. and Mrs. George Witte have gone to Southern Fines, X. C, for the winter. Mis. Herbert Woodward has gone to ..New Jersey to be companion for a Mrs Smith. Frof. Roy R. Hatch of Mount Her mon has had a serious attack of acute indigestion. On Wednesday evening of this week the Brotherhood holds its supper and annual social. Miss' Constance Moody has returned home from the Brattleboro hospital, uueie sue was operated upon for appen dicitis. Kev. Herbert Kelton of Middletown springs, Vt., was a guest of Miss Nellie Shaw at F. B. Caldwell's the first of me week. t-oi. Charles W. Furlong of Boston lectured at the auditorium Monday night on jaiKan.s and the ear Kast, with illustrations. .Mrs. A. G. Moody's Sunday school class meets this week Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock with Mrs. C. P. Buffum ior its monthly social. The trustees of the North field schools w ere guests of Mr. - and Mrs. W. R -woody tor supper Saturday About 20 were present. 1 - - - .nrre rryo of Philadelphia, grad- uun: in .uonnt iiermon 111 js:j( and now u trustee, was a week-end guest of Prin cipal and Mrs. C. F. Diekerson. Thomas Elder, head of the agricul tural department at Mount Hermon, at tended the national 1 Chicago recently and spoke at the banquet. At can evening, a recent meeting of the Republi town Committee lielil nr- rl, W...,. of the chairman, C. S. Warner, it was Household Goods at Auction OAK STREET, BRATTLEBORO Friday, Oct. 22, 1 920 At 1 O'clock, sharp. Old-fashioned iookcasc, mahogany chiffonier, wash stand (walnut), 3 glass door bookcase. oHien oed. wooden chests, oak chif lonie voted to elect five women members to this committee. . Contribution , for -the Franklin County Y. M. C. A. may be handed or sent to W. C. Itoberta or F. W. Kel logg. The campaign for funds opened Oct. 18, and will continue through the week. The death "of Charles M. Alexander in London last week brings sorrow to many in this town. His song services have meant much in the summer con ferences, and he- was a personal friend to many here. Mrs. a. fc. .Merrill entertained the families from Northfield, who plan to spend the winter in Florida, last week at her home on Birnam road. At least eight families are making, plans to spend inn wuiier m xioriua. " The annual meeting of the'' Franklin County Y. M. C. A.," whidh" was' held at the Methodist church in Greenfield inursuay, was attended by W.' CJ Rob erts L.. A. Polhemus, C. E. Williams, G. W. ( arr, and Rev. G. L. Thomnson. .Mr. Koberts and F. W. Kellogg were elected officers from Northfield to solicit iunus ior tne organization. Miss Esther Marie Cowles, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth A. Cowles. ..-. 'uauit-u 10 nnoru lewis Bolton, Ihursday evening, Oct. 14. The cere mony was pertormed by Kev. F. "W. Pattison at his home on Birnnm Vno.i" Alter their wedding trip they will be at home at the house they recently bought at the corner of Pine street and Birnam road. Mr. Bolton is an employe of Aoriuncm seminary. The annual meeting of the Congrega tional church was held Wednesday eve mng at tne church vestry. A social time at 5.30 was followed by supper served to 200 members. Rev. F. W. Pattison was moderator of the business session. Reports were read by officers ami the pastor. C. L. Robbins, treas urer, reported over .n',(MK on hand and that this had been a successful vear fi nancially. Thirty-six have united with the church by confession of faith and by letter. The officers were elected for the coming year. APPREHEND 16:5,738 DESERTERS. War Department Makes Statement Eliminating Errors. WASHINGTON. Oct. 20. rrft evaders who had been apprehended up to July lii, and their cases diKnnspH f hv th military authorities, numbered 103, i.iS it was announced yesterdav at the war department. Hie number of desertions ix t dneed and will be further reduced after tm examination of the records in ll cases has been completed," said the de partment's announcement. "A number of names will be eliminated through the r fin iii o KiAi-itm . t-. .1 . 1 ,,l J': . ' 7 vll'c$' " traveh"K bags. ta:nd from the adjutants general of the cut glass candy dish several rolls wall states, to whom the lists of deserters Paper, 2 pitchers, 2 bowls, bedpan, tublfr -m their respective states were lent ho;,,maVaSeS, "i rna,no"- ma- Information has been received within the hogan bureau (perfect condition), ma- past few davs from two of the smaller Snnoln"'ritgt t-b,; ,at -i: -'- that enabled the department t I su racks U straight back stairs (onej eliminate 40 mames from the list of de old one), old sninninsr wheel o wnnJ,nL,i.., lut 111 )r K sneives. children s -Iuiir r-rf.L-;,o. I c At, - chairs, doll's bed. 3 comfortables. 4 Mar-! it,- 7, ' l 7 1 lV.n, l" seines mil snwrn ,ifoi.;.,.i 1 1 u uiuniu, was to oe pun ished, was to cause all rj i i rtov-wiiJrSr' "i oil : r ';L '" bi to'!5! v . 3 LtiS fs Xtt';?. ioned bureau bureau glass, kitchen cnl , !('nCal f0m' WIil I1"1-" FOR SALE Two second-hand Fords. ' One 12-lorse-power gasoline and kero sene enerine. mounter! stscl iinlr One new easy pull 43-bushel manure D. II. SMITH Service Garage Putney, Vt. APPLES Maple Syrup Honey SCOTT FARM TeL 227-Y Four Garbage Routes to Let Inquire of Mr. Tubes, Organ Street Village Commissioners. OFFICES TO LET , Nice, large office in Ullery building; second floor front, steam heat, jrun ning water, well lighted; large enough to partition into three rooms. Will ar range to suit permanent tenant. Newly painted, screens, curtains, awnings. Ap ply to J. Q. TJlIery, Room 12. Tel 818-W. FRED C. LEITSINGER PIANO TUNING Tel. A IJigV St. Ford Cars $100 Down Light Delivery Ford, suit able for farm work, $150; Touring Car, $200; Road ster, $250; Touring, $350; Late Touring, fine condi tion, $450; Starter Type, $475; Dodge Touring, $975. Terms if desired. Brattleboro Garage J. E. SMITH & CO. Corner Main and High Sts. ittt nntmn.1 : 1. 1 this, collapsible- Ro-cart,-7 rtraight back ' "VSIV UK "'VOLITION, ZTX Appointed for Sled, 3 hanging racks for dishes, 3-leggei Iving .Motor Co. table with jdush cover, bukkI saw, has-1 DETROIT. Mich., Oct. '20 Dissolu Mck double glass door .hookense, boot'' ' of the King .Motor conipanv of I)e- -tri . 1 v"'-" - .iwu, emiii racK, ""ii anu appointment ot a receiver to j I; , . -wringer, . curtain lane over nic aHairs of the corporation 1 - B cna'r' - garbage pails.iwere asked m a petition filed in circuit l , i pives niid forK- old-fashioned 'e.urt here yesterday by the directors of iZ r ir, -J . na P'at" ' " -nrern- Hie petition set forth that t ,V7u k r n,u s' - ,ar"e Pie- rno acnon was asked txcause of the in ti res, books, rutures. 3 sets of six ! oLlity of the directors to- give their ner Plates each. 1 set of 12 plates, 1 PCt of I Honaf attention to the affairs of the cmn L rlZ.Z-Z:: J M )Va working capital was plates. ovster tdntes f or l ,,l.i., ti... 1: . . , pUos.t nf ,i,.r,;,- .' - 1 .fll'L 'JV.J JITV. 111(1 company's as- oliJ liio'i) l0"1',,,? ami its liabilities at ... . ""'t uiuuy Kiicuen .i.r.).Ul. iiiinss never oeen useu. Terms cash. ESTATE OF ELLA G. STARKEY. A. G. Gallup, Auctioneer. Vt A. Shumway, Clerk. my Will Pay Cash for Yellow Eyes and Pea Beans, also Potatoes DEWITT GROCERY Company , Brattleboro, Vt. Public Carriage DAY OR NIGHT Call 339-X Charles F. Spring Edward F. Leitzinger The only piano tuner in this vicinity who devotes his entire time to piano vork. That means something to your piano. 'Phone 388-M before 9 a. m. and after 6 p. m. Card of Thanks. I wish to extend heartfelt thanks to the friends and neighbors who by the many acts of kindness and beautiful flowers have shown their love and respect for the dear one who has gone. May they never lack such kind attention in their time of sorrow. . Mrs. Thomas Geiss. Brattleboro, Vt., Oct. IV). VJ'ZO. . . ; .... -I V--- - AUCTION SALE At West Dummerston, Vt. I will sell at public auction on farm, situated on the T)n Imt Koad, on - Saturday, October 23 at 1 o'clock sharp The following personal property: Two cows, horse, C, tons hay, ton oat fodder, ton millet. 30 bushels potatoes. corn on ear, L'O gallons vinegar. FA RMING I M PLEMENTS. One mowing machine, hay rake, wheel harrow, 2 plows, cultivator, potato dig ger, two-horse light wagon, double har ness, horse sled, two-horse scraper, spring sleigh, 2 circular saws, 2 circular saw tables with arbors, gas engine, 7 sap buckets and spouts, gathering tub, chains, bars, pulley blocks, incubator, out-door brooder, colony coop, black smith tools, anvil, blacksmith blower, bench vise, thread cutter, 100 feet inch galvanized iron pipe, belting, 3 ci- uer Darreis, rox trap. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE iwo heating stoves, cooking stove, iiiue-uame on stove, couen, washing ma chine, lounce. whatnot. 2 wootlen hd steads, roll-top desk, mattress and other inings too numerous to mention. Also a rabbit dog. JAMES PHILLIPS. A. G. Gallup, Auctioneer. 1 directors in the company are Fred-eru-k I. Rennert of Boston ; Arteinas Ward sr., Frank W. Doolittle, -Wil liam is. .Neshitt. and Arteinas Ward, in all of New York. The latter is president ui i iie corporation. AUCTION Friday, October 22 10 O'clock A. M. At My Farm in Wallingf ord, Vt. 150 Cows and Heifers ' At least 70 cows to calve in from one to six weeks, some already fresh. These cows and heifers are good size, in line condition and will be sold on high bid, as 1 have this many more than I can winter. Tlx 'se cows were selected from some of the best dairies in this locality last spring. Every animal sold as - repre sented. Cattle shipped out of state to be tuberculin tested and loaded on cars free of charge. Sale positive as to weather. ALDACE W. NEWTON Wallingford.Vt. We Buy and Sell Diamonds AH shapes and kinds. A ' GEO. It. KAYE Grand View ' - rattleDorxLl Vt. 1 CARE OF VERMONT CRIPPLES. u hi lie tent to Boston Hospital for Treatment by Specialists. BI'RLINGTQN. Oct. 20. Crippled ei-mont children and older peole as well are to have the benefit of the best hospi tal treatment under the care of special ists:. The infantile paralysis department of the state board of health has rented from the New England hospital for women and children in Boston, one of its hospital buildings .which will accom modate .;u to ,u people. Children or giown-ups whose treatment requires op eration or special care will be taken to Boston and receive attention from spe cialists including Dr. Robert W. Lov ett and Ir. Frank W. Ober, who have (lone much work in connection with in fantile paralysis in Vermont. RAISES SUGAR PRICES. One Refiner Now Asks 12 Cents a Pound. XEVV YORK Oct 20.-The prico of rehned sugar advanced yesterday for the hist time in months. Announcement that demand has in creased since a moratorium was declared m tuba and American banking interests would help in financine: Cuba caused fur ther improvement in the market yester-( No far only one refiner has issued a new puce. This was an advance of tent a pound to the basis of 12 cents. While You Are Young Establish bank connections while you are young. Learn banking ways and banking laws. This bank welcomes young men. Become one of the number who patronize this bank. Noth ing can furnish you with a firmer foundation for your business career. Peoples National Bank BKATTLEB0R0, VT. , '1 CONFIDENTIAL If you are in need of accommodation in a financial way we would be pleased to have you come in and talk mat ters over with us. You need not be ashamed to do so; the wealthiest men borrow money at times. It will do no harm to come in and see us, and you will be under no ob ligations whatever. All of our business with our customers is strictly confi dential. If we can give you advice on financial matters, upon which our business makes it necessary for us to be informed, we will gladly do what we can for you. We want you to feel perfectly at home with us, and whether or not we do a great amount , of business to gether, we shall try to make our relations both pleasant and profitable to you. Brattleboro Trust Co. Brattleboro, Vt. Back of You There is Always A Federal Reserve Bank r"' Back of every member bank in the Federal Reserve System is the strength of the organized banking resources of the country. By dealing with this bank, which is a mem ber of the Federal Reserve System, the system's facilities and resources are available to you. What is this worth to you in giving confidence as to the stability of your banking arrangements? Vermont National Bank Brattleboro, Vermont SAFETY STRENGTH SERVICE The lt. Hon. James w. T.n-fhf,. who is nhont tn ret! I'll frm 1- erslnp of the Ilntish house of common estimates that he has listened to .3.",S40 t r-v iieH miruiR is remire ot tne chair. that dont eat POST? O&STIES are travelling on flat tires says 1 'Mi do A doctor finds out your trou ble. It is the prescription that cures you." . If the prescription isn't com pounded exactly as the doctor prescribes, if the ingredients are not of the right quality, the medicine is not what the doctor rdereS. , ; You are takinrr somethiricr else! That's why you can't be too careful about" tha matter -of your prescription filling. ti' : First, the druggist must have every ingredient , that ; tho prescription calls forand ; just the kind ...and quality:, the mix. them.in just" the quantity and in just the order the prescription demands. I? e,I?'s ?e aulty step in the filling of a prescription I here s liable to be danererous results. ' Prescription-filling is the most important function of a druff store. Look to the men behind the rrescrintion ennntor inoJ M-fc the frc?,nt of a druS store if you want to judge of its ivuavmiy as a arug score. ' We emphasize this matter of nrpsrrmtirm-fin; ... ... . z t--- u.wauau vv. wive uoiuvuioi i-muc in tne service we renaer in tms eei saie Dnng your prescriptions to us; respect, f Brattleboro )Dru Gomtianv 4