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THE BRxVTTLEBOHO DAILY IlEFOKMEli. Fit ID AY, JANUARY 11, 1921.
6 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS 5 cents a line first Insertion; 2 cents a line each subsequent Insertion. Cash la Advance.. Minimum Charge, 20 cents. WANTED. . WANTD Waitress, taiuant, Streeter's Tles-JGS-270 ; WANTED Live poultry and fresh eeis. Tel. 324-15. 200-200 E WANTED A one-horse meat art; . Li. Williams, Jamaica, Vt. .G-tf FOR SALE. wood. Perley 200-200 FOR SALE Dry riante, Tel. 53-lt. FOR SALE Set of dishes and braided rugs. Tel. 601-Y. 259-tf FOR SALE Furniture and ranges, new and second-hand, at J. B. Dunton's. WANTED Work by the hour or day ; also plain sewing.TeI. 208-Y. 200-2W WANTED Housework by the day or hour. Mrs. Peterson, S Rettiug Plaro. WANTED Two two-horse teams for drawing wood and logs. Holden & Max; tin. WANTED 1,000 fowls. Pay a lb. live weight. Drop me a card. M. It lack, P. O. Hux 23. -OS-tf WANTED Room and board in private family by boy. Must be reasonable. Ad dress Boy, Reformer Office. ..Ob-tr "wAXTED-Old-fasbioned wood sled, fairly good sized one. Communicate with C. E. Glidden, Rural 3, Brattleboro. WANTED Position as housekeeper by woman with 4-year-ohl daughter. Ad dress Box A, Care Reformer Otuce 207-2 1 2 rl as nlain cook and table girl in small family ; good wages. Address P. O. Box 412, Brattle boro j4-tf WANTED A few cheap farms ; write me what you have. I have several cus tomers waiting. L. W. Jackman TVest Brattleboro, Vt. 200-265 WANTED Talking machines and rec ords, tools, square piauo, men's suits, and almost any old thing in second hand goods. G. W. Cushman, 01 Main St., 'phone 23! . 204-20;' TEACUERS WANTED One hundred teachers wanted for winter vacancies and emergency calls. Northeastern Teachers' Agency, 29 Main street, St. Johnsburj WANTED Beef, hogs and calves and some nice fresh cows, delivered at my place Saturday or at the depot Monday morn ing. I will pay market price. U. G. Clark, Brattleboro. 34-tf WANTED Men devote spare time selling guaranteed trees, shrubs, plants. Liberal weekly pay. If you mean busi ness, write for territory. Guaranty Nurs ery, Rochester, N. Y. 200-2.S9 FOR SALE First quality horse hay, stock hay and rowen. W. S, Pratt, Brat tleboro, Vt. 259-tf FOR SALE Best quality maple syrup, soft sugar upon order. II. L. Millington. Tel. 5S3-R. 230-tf .u. ft ji"'-' ni..i"l W '' -r WORK HALF HOUR. (Continued from Page 1.) FOR SALE Lisht sled and farm bar ness, nearly new. Combs, IS Oak Grove i Ave., JJrattleboro, Vt. ZOOOU" WANTED Young male stenographers and clerks by large corporation out of town. Good chance for advancement to those proving themselves capable. Ad dress P. O. Box 175, Rutland, Vt. 200-271 WANTED A man to take charge of our business in Brattleboro. Apply Fri day morning between S.30 and 11 or Wednesday, Jan. 12. Singer Sewing Ma chine Co., 53 Elliot street, Brattleboro. yt. 200-271 WANTED At the Cooley-Dickinson Hospital, Northampton, Mass., four young women as nurses' aids. Goodwages with maintenance, and an opportunity to go to night school if desired ; also 10 student nnrRea for the Drobation class April 5, 1921. 250-2S0 WANTED Men and women who suf fer with corns, callouses; aching, burn ing feet, to try a box of Snow Drop Salve, 25c. Works wonders. Guaran teed by O. F. Thomas, Wilfred F. Root and Brattleboro Drug Co. 258-00-62-64-66-68-70-72-74 WANTED Agents to sell complete line of hosiery direct from mill to con sumer. Sound proposition affording steady income to right party. Oppor tunity for both sexes. Write for par ticulars. Hurcules Hosiery Mills, 3213 Frankford Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. 207-20S TO RENT. GREEN WOOD FOR SALE Four ft. or 10 in. ; also a few gallons of maple syrup. G. J. Perkins & Son, Tel. 9-22. 245-tf FOR SALE Baldwin apples (sprayed fruit), S3 per bbl., barrel returned. Mrs. .7. A. Clark, R. F. D. 3, Brattleboro, Vt. Tel. 15-12. 205-209 FOR SALE Main street business property at a reasonable price, based on income. For particulars address Busi ess Property, care Reformer Office. 200-tf FOR SALE One pair nice chunks ; one pair brown chunks ; one black horse, weighing 1050 lbs., family broken and an extra nice one. Also a lot of other good using horses. Brooks House Stable. Tel. S3-M. 20G-20S FOR SALE Buick touring car, 1918 model, 7-passenger, in fine condition, all cord tires, new battery, two spare tires. bumper in front. Shea Garage, Inc., Flat St.. or E. 11. Crane, Vermont Printing iCo., American Building. 216-tf I FOR SALE Hot air engine, gas range, l gas lamps, fur coat, cloth overcoats, I women's heavy coats, rifles, shot guns, watches, lieM glasses, tonls. camera. 1 have a dozen heavy coats to give to women i two poor to buy. G. W. Cushman, 01 Main St., 'phone 239. Second hand goods FOR SALE Horses ily next load of horses will arrive Monday, the 17th. A load of the right kind, several pairs 25(MI to 3NM) and singles 1250 to JS50 lbs. each. I have sold in the last 10 days 29 fresh Ohio horses and 15 acclimated. Now is the time to buy for they will certainly cost a great deal more from week to week from now on. Harnesses, collars, and blankets. M. J. Tetreau' . (Jreen'i.M. Mass. 2()7 20' MENDETS will mend most anything in the line of agate ware, aluminum, tin ware, pots, kettles, etc. Not recommended for mending broken bridges. Still loaning Autostrop Razors on 30-day trial. CHAS. F. MANN 38 Main TEL 38 38 Main Autostrop Razor 30-Day Trial SPECIAL NOTICES. HAIR GOODS E. P. Bailey, 20S ! Bar- r Ttl.lir. 182-tf LOST. LOST Bunch of keys. Masonic in surance tag on ring. Finder please re turn to Reformer Office. Reward. 207-209 TO RENT Furnished room with bath. 218 Elliot street. 205-tf TO RENT Furnished apartment of four rooms. Tel. 604-J. 257-tf TO RENT Furnished apartment of six rooms, centrally located, adults only. Now ready for occupancy. Apply Box 616. Reformer. 228-tf WANTED AT ONCE EXPERIENCED BOOKKEEPER One familiar with stenography. .Apply PRATT & BARROWS Room 221 Barber Building LOGS WANTED We are ready to contract for all kinds and to pay top prices for butt rats. S. A. SMITH MFG. CO. Painting and Paper Hanging Write or call at L. A. M0M0NEY S, 49 Clark Avenue First Class Pressing and Cleaning Satisfaction Guaranteed. Prompt Delivery BROOKS HOUSE BARBER SHOP FRANK A. SNOW Violin Teacher Call Tel. 678-M 10 Putney Road Orchestra Furnished for All Occasions WOOLEN CLOTH For the boys. MOTHERS, yon can cut down the HIGH COST OF LIVING on your boy's clothing. We are selling direct from the MILL strong, durable cloth. Nice line of patterns to select from, suitable FOR ALL THE FAM ILY. Write us for samples. ASHUELOT WOOLEN CO. Gilsum, N. H. Clear Policies REASONABLE RATES General Insurance Agency; GEO. M. CLAY BANK BLOCK, BRATTLEBORO Oh, Bov ! Some grin, but it is justified by the joyful tidings we are offering to you at the pres ent time. Be one of our patrons and grin, too. The Park Drug Store 18 Main St. Phone210 BROOKS HOUSE G. E. Sherman Manage: C. W. Miller & Co. GENERAL ROOFERS Slate and Gravel Roofs Repaired Tin and Copper Roofing a Specialty All kinds of cement walks, steps, and cellars, also patented process bathroom walls and fire place hearths .warranted for life,. All work promptly attended to. 28 Clark St. Tel. 641-J Carl A. Mitchell Exclusive Undertaking 180 Main Street Telephone 834-W or 814-B CARL F. CAIN MR CHANT TAILOR 159 Main Street ber Bldg. EXPRESS AND Plante, Tel. 53-R. JOBBING IVrley 200-20! MRS. WILLIAM H. HALL First lass dressmaking. 7 Eels Court. JO-IOttr CHIROPODY Elizabeth P. Bailey, fW ltarhoi- Ttlflr. ! trt 12 2 tO O. M'hnno Ultt-W. 182-tf BARGAINS IN MAGAZINES Most favorable terms on single subscriptions or on reduced club rates. Send for booklet. Brattleboro News Co. rtnT let anyone fool you. Sell rnnr innlc tn the rieht dealer get full price and the right scale. Telephone eonnection. M. ' Gissen, 104 Williams St. : ? 1 -1 f 'MARKED DOWN SALE All Wool Knitting Yarn, direct from manufacturer, $1.20. $1.70 and $1.05 n pound. Postage naid on $5 orders. Write for samples. II A. Bartlett, Harmony. Maine. 2o2-2S MAGAZINES AT LOWEST PRICES Write me about wbat magazines you want for the coming year. I can get them for you at money saving prices. Mrs. u. M. Tove. Maeazine Soecialist. South New fane. Vt. lS2-tf advertising in newspainrs ; S 7, by Senator Kingsley of Rutland, making Armistice day a legal holiday ; and S 2, by Senator Sherburne of Orange county permitting one'legal witness to a deed or conveyance. In a discussion of the bill making politi cal advertising in newspapers legal, Sena tor Taylor of Caledonia county interro gated Senator Dunham of Windham coun ty as to whether the attorney general had ruled that such advertising had been le- iciareu illegal. Senator Dunham replied (that the law specifically stated that such advertising was illegal. The bills advanced to a third reading in the senate were S o, by Senator Chaff ee of Frnaklin county, making the laws of Vermont in harmony with the federal suffrage amendment, and S 0, by Senator Sherburne of Orange county, relating to school age of children. The bill passed by the house this morn ing was II 4, relating to fees upon distri bution of real estate and providing for re fund in certain cases. The bill ordered to a third reading was 119, relating to legal weight of a bushel of eiinner with amend ment submitted bv the committee. A joint resolution by Mr. .'Dorsey of Rutland Lity to provide for an inspection or tne. state industrial school, the state school for feeble-minded, and the state hospital was referred to the committee on tate and court expenses. Announcement was made that the house ommittee on commerce and labor would hold a public hearing in the office of com missioner of industries in the state house Wednesday cvenine at 7 O'clock on the house bill relating to the licensing of sta tionary engineers and firemen. Lyle R. IJeckwith of Chelsea has been appointed second assistant clerk of the house and has assumed his duties. Mr. Heckwith, who is a native of Chelsea, is ,i lawyer. He attended the grammar and high schools of Chelsea and was srrndii- ated from Albany Business college. He studied law in the office of Judge Stanley E. Wilson of Chelsea. Governor Jlarfness will tender a recep tion to Former Governor and President elect Calvin Coolidue in . the executive chamber Tuesday afternoon. Jan. IS. probably from 4 to o'clock, preceding the meeting of the Vermont Historical society. EXCEPTIONAL OPPORTUN IT Y Open for man of good character and pos sessing some, salesmanship ability. Must have conveyance of some kind. Apply by letter to Manager. 27 Federal street. Greenfield, Mass. r,:L71 CLERKS (men, women), over .17, for Postal Mail Service. ?l.'Ut a montlb.-, I-x aminations January. Experience uunee essarv. For freo particulars, write, R Terrv (former Civil Service Examiner. l.V Continental Bldg.. Washington JAitl :x .'7-' i '' ' Y- GET THESE soncs for your piano: "The Hero's prayer," "I'm Thinking of Some One I Love," and "There's a Lone some. Girl .So Far Away." These three for 23e. One copy 10c. Stamps accepted Anthony Ketroy, 161S N. 11th St. Springfield. 111. 2G3-2CS f We buy right. If you don't it's your fault. We're ready to serve you. H.P.WeUman Co., Inc. Members of Besse-FoSter Sy&em west.minster; west. - Anions, those' who are ill are Mrs. John L. Ormsby and George Pebbles. The Ladies' Aid society met . Thursday with Mrs. Roland Chapman for dinner. Rev. and Mrs. Walter R. Curtis at tended the Christian : Endeavor- rally at West Brattleboro lhursday -afternoon and evening. Fred Kerr. Carleton IIoldincr.: Iludi Houghton and Seymour Minard attended; the installation of ohicers of the Odd Fel lows and Rebekahs at Saxtons River Fri day evening. Dr. L. H. Bugbee of Putney has sold his farm herq, known as the Cook place, to John Pevine of East Putney, who took possession at once. He is .'moving to. his new home this week; ( , . ;.' Rev. Walter R. Curtis . officiated tithe funeral of Mrs. Clifford Davidson, of-Nor wich, Conn., . Thursday afternoon.. Hie' body Mas brought to Putney,; for burial and funeral services held there. .The junior Christian -Endeavor society has elected the following officers for the coming year; Pres., Albert llanney; vice pres., Louise Chapman; ec. and treas., Elizabeth (ioodell. There will be a meet ing with Louise Cliapman, next v Satur day afternoon with Louise Chapman .as leader. ' ;' Seven members of Maple Grove Grange attended the joint installation t.i officers of the Fall Mountain Grange of Bellows Falls and the Saxtons River Valley Po mona Grange at Bellows Falls Wednesday evenintr. Jan. 5 . The officers- were in stalled by Deputy and Mrs. H. A. Stod dard and Mrs. Nat Divoll of Rockingham. Seymour Minard was installed . as mas ter. Carleton Holden assistant steward, and Mrs. Seymour Minard as secretary of the Pomona- Grange. NOTICE! "Gibson" Ouitars and Mandolins and "Bacon" Banjos and Ukuleles can be obtained only if purchased from the undersigned. Special rates for instruction and exceedinRly easy terms cn instruments. Two perfect "Gibson" Man dolins at a Real Bargain. Act quickly! E. O. COOKE 16 Prospect Court "Phone Four Garbage Routes to Let Inquire of Air. Tubbs, Organ Street VILLAGE COMMISSIONERS SOUTH HALIFAX. A. A. Fairbanks was in Brattleboro Monday onbusines. D. E. and M. C. Harris are filling their ice houses this week. A. A. Fairbanks will hold his next dance Friday evening. Jan. 21. Mrs. Clara Galvin visiter her son, John Galvin, a few days last week. Ernest Hebert has bought a driving horse from Greenfield persons. Mr. and Mrs. Ffford Underwood and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Underwood and daughter have closed their homes on Christian hill and have gone to Brattle boro for the winter. HALIFAX. Thilo Curtis has sold his farm to a Mr. Wrisley of Deerfield, Mass. Mrs. II. E. White of Guliford is spend ing several days with Mrs. P. E. Crosier. Adolfus Root was called to Lyonsville SjjnuayJ. the death of his youngest child. The heaviest timbers are oak, teak. jarrah an Australian wood)' and Green heart; the lightest are willow, poplar and spruce. The difference is enormous.. A cubic foot of teak will weigh over 80 pounds, while a -cubic foot of willow does not exceed 13 pounds. Besides lioing one of the heaviest the Afiican teak oak. is also the strongest of "all woods. DANDERINE Congressman Greene Speaks. Outside of committee meetings, the only business done by the legislature vesterd.iv alternoou was to meet in ioint assemMv and listen to an address by Hon. Frank L. Greene, congressman of the first district. senator Carpenter of Franklin count v aml Messrs. Hoods ot St. Johnslmrv .iml Hunter of Proctor escorted Congressman' Greene into Beprcsentatives hall, wlu-re he spoke for V,i minutes mostly on the dangers of centralizing too niijih power m the government at Washington. "It seems good," said the speaker, "to get back to Vermont and snilf the air of free, state government alter nine years in Washington where every effort is being made to draw away from the states all their inherent power and centralize it in Washington.! "When we begin to give ur that light ani power to govern ourselves in our o.vu way and spend the money we have raided ourselves as we see lit we, are on the hi!i i6d to ruin, (applause.)" "The next thing wjlt bg;-o centralized n tocraty with all sm is j, hi istma 'ft t o legislation "to keep flyx, people quiet. V&'ti now tbe'erfer! eermnent is portion is ut tn.-VJ poi l$s"iufi t-tiis money, -'.winch they tookiirou!-takjiihe first pii,-vr in taxes (applause) and now they say we can upend it, urg s.Rve Tke, but as some one in Washington direct." "Little h.v little we Jose the rower to do what we like with fur i.n iiwiy-tiul from . that ant-hill ia5Yj"-!i, . cumci presently some man who- "CZitrrf your books and your papers and your marriage certificate and when you ask him what his business it iopIu)ws you a bade a. id says he i mi inspector for. sonietlua or ot her from Washington. ' , ? "L, ajh Jiot imposed to p trrjngt govern ment in Washington I believe in it but I also believe that the time has o,ne to 'hold f ist that which is good' ot our own government and give away no more power. My de-k may be. in Washim-ton, but my heart is here with you."'Long and sustained applause.) Stops fiair Coming Out; ' Thickens, Beautifies. c !V A few cents buys Danderine." After an application of " Djuxderine' ' you can riot find a fallen hair or any dandruff, besides every hair ehows new life, vig or, brightness, more color and thickness. SIIKKKY LOST $875. Springfield Man Claims He Tut Money Into Austrian Kronen. SPRINGFIELD. Mass.. Jan. 14. Michael Sherry of this city, according to a police announcement today, lost SS7." that he invested in Austrian kronen through the Kothschild Camplx-11 Co. of Worcester, members of which were placed under arrest in that city yester day. Sherry, he told the police, agreed to purchase ."(XUXK) kronen on the in stallment plan and when he had paid in .'vs7."i he became suspicious and on inves tigation found the Springfield office of the firm closed. "Diamond Dyes" Don't Spot, Run Don't Risk Material in Poor Dyes that Fade or Streak Each package of "Diamond Dyes" con tains directions so simple that any iwomay can diamond-dyer a new, rich, I fadeless color into worn,1 "shabby gar ments, draperies, coverings,, whether i wool, silk, linen, cotton or mixed goods. Buy "Diamond Dyes no other kind then perfect results are guaranteed even if you have never dyed before. Druggist !haa color card. Adv., . "OLD" PRICES AGAIN 40c ELSEWHERE 50c ELSEWHERE Coffee 25p Teas GK0lD OK IN BEAN rOUND CEYLON-FORMOSA MIXED CHOCOLATE BUTTER CREAMS linn n in 11 1 ridaj- and PI RE AND YERY REST PEANUT BUTTER Guaranteed 25c Lb. Carton Exceptional Value Sold Elsewhere for 50r to fiOc BAKING POWDER FILL POIND CAN 30c Dread's Rest Covering Sweet Nut Margarine ". 31c Lb. "BENEFIT STORE" Direct Importing Go. 43 Elliot ' St., Brattleboro) Yt 'w DEMONSTRATION OF Domino Golden Syrup Friday and Saturday of This Week Come in and sample it J. E. BUSHNELL 91 Elliot Street Golden Syn$ Telephone WHY NOT? - Certainly it is the quickest shopping method. It is the. adaptable means for quick communica tion and answers the same purpose as a personal call to our store. Telephone- us, tell us your wants, and we'll quickly show you our ability to select to your satisfaction and deliver to you m a surprisingly short time. There is much to your advantage in telephone trading when we are the concern you do business with. Remember this when anything is needed from any drug store. The Park Drug Store Prescriptions Carefully Compounded 18 Main Street 'Phone 210 Why Risk B glarv? ur The cost of a safe deposit box in our new vault is but a fraction of what one such loss might be. Peoples National Bank BRATTLEBORO, VT. Do You Understand Our Financial Statement? We wish 'to have everyone realize the full significance of each item. ' If you do not understand it we shall be glad to explain it to you personally. Vermont National Bank SAFETY STRENGTH SERVICE The Last Week IN WHICH TO JOIN THE 1921 CHRISTMAS CLUB The Club Closes Saturday, January 15 fapjif Brattleboro Trust; Co. has received an i$irioi $2.0tfcards and you can save $100 in 1921 by putting $2.00 in the bank each week. The 1921 Christmas Club has the largest membership for many years. Why not join? Brattleboro Trust Company Brattleboro, Yermont - . i V r'Z k. G T-i . ii.r .f .. -.ra ...... T . - . ... -. r j'fc i ; l .1