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THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY REFORMER, THURSDAY. APRIL 7. 1921.
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS t 6 cents a line first insertion; 2J cents a line each subsequent insertion. Cash in Advance. Minimum Charge, 20 cents. WANTED WANTED Live poultry. a rdson (Jo. WANTED To buy cream tank. Call f34- W. F. Rich . . 1-tf second-band WANTED Saleslady,, at lirattlfrboro Raking Co. 17 Main Et. :i-tf WANTED Boy over 17 years of age. Rrattleboro Baking Co. 2Mt WANTED tiirl to assist in Main .trt stunv Address .Mam ?iore. i-uk Reformer. WANTED Painting and paper hang ing work at 50 cents an hour. B. II. Clark, 14 Hudson St. WANTED Tenement or cottage of :$ or 4 rooms, modern improvements. E. E. Clair, 130 Bo. Main St. olZL. WANTED First class farmer to take over a farm and work it on snares. -ppi with references to I'.ox Reformer. .T- .U WANTED Ry young man, a room, preferably in Esteyvillo or suburbs. Call 12.1 or write G. O. Bake, iHH Canal r. WANTED Position as housekeeper tnr ti r,r two nersons : no children. Best of references. Address Box 555, 0Ke WWTKD Six- or S-room tenement wJMi liifidern conveniences by family of three. Address Chamber of Commerce Brattleboro. WANTED One thousand to 5.0) acres pasture and meadow land in south ern Vermont for cattle ranch. Address P. O. Rox li.5!. P.ennington, Vt. FOR SALE FOR SALE Dry wood. Perley Plante. Tel. 53-R. . 7-tf FOB SaJe Chester White boars six months old. W. 1 Richardson Co. 2-tf FOR SALE Furniture and ranges. new and second-hand, at J. B. Dunton's. FOR SALE Horse; weight 1150; sound, clever and good worker. Call 9,i4. FOR SALE Spotted saddle pony, har ness and buggy. Inquire T3G South Mam St. 324i4 FOR SALE No. 1 eating potatoes, $1 per bushel. E. E. Carpenter, 11. F. 1). 1. 31-34 it."i'..lm.i m.iiuh.w iiiiii i i iih.ii y uiiiimi 1 1 wa FOR SALE First quality horse hay, stock hay and rowen. W. S. Fratt, Brat tleboro, Vt. 1-tf FOR SALE Practically new gasoline tank. It. Simonds, S llhston St. Tel. .Vm-M. 32-34 FOK SALE Good all-round horse, weighs about 1,000 lbs.; also potatoes. 29 Williams St., Brattleboro, Vt. 6-tf FOR SALE Plows, cultivator, pair driving harness, and raspberry plants. W. H. Alexander, West Brattleboro. 12-73 REGISTERED May Rose two-year-old Guernsey bull for sale cheap. Other stock for sale. Stowe Farm. West Brat tleboro. , 20-tf FOlf SALE Strawberry plants. Ever bearing. Dunlap. Sample and Wartield 1 per 100. 11. K. Hamilton, 107 West ern Ave. i2-31 FISHING TACKLE THAT'S FIT FOR FISHING Abbey & Imbrie make that kind have been making it since 1820 a little over one hundred years. Season is open in New Hampshire right now and it isn't so far over there if you know how to swim. The Vermont season opens in a few days so get your tackle ready and make sure it is the Abbey & Imbrie brand. CHAS. F. MANN 38 Slain TEL S8 SS Main Autostrop Safety Razor 30-Day Free Trial. WANTED Man of ability and neat appearance to represent us locally. Must nave good reierences. rue raMi-m States Brush Co., Springfield, Mass. 30-35 WANTED At once, posit ion. doing housework in small family. Mrs. Cham bers, c-o F. H. Thomas. Box 30, Put ney Road, R. F. D. 1, Brattleboro. Vt. 31-33 WANTED Why be idle? Sell guar anteed trees and shrubs. Commence now and draw weekly 6alary. Part or full time. Guaranty Nursery Co., Rochester. N. T. 11-3." WANTED Reef, hogs and calves and fome nice fresh cows, delivered at my place Saturday or at the depot Monday morning. I will pay market price. II. G. Clark. Brattleboro. 1-tf WANTED Finisher, one who- will take charge of work out of town ; also night watchman, one who understands boiler thoroughly. Apply E. Warwick. Kolstad. Taylor Co. 28-33 WANTED Ry married American couple, position on gentleman's place or on farm. Woman good plain cook, man handy with tools. Will go any place. Ad dress ''Place." care Reformer. 32-35 MAN OR WOMAN WANTED Sal ary $30 full time; 75 cents hour spare time, selling guaranteed hosiery to wear er. Experience unnecessary. Interna tional Mills. Norristown. Pa. 33-30-45-51 GIRLS WANTED to operate power sewing machines. Experienced operators earn .S3 per day up. ill per cent bonus for full time. Essex Manufacturing Co., 00 South Champlain St., Burlington. Vt. 31-30 WANTED Engineer capable of taking charge of 20(1 horse power engine and boilers in town. Good position and good pay. State experience. Must be i-espon-sible. with good references. Apply to Box 50, care Reformer Office. 32-tf AGENTS-WANTED To sell our new combination life, health,- accident policy to men and women. All occupations. No medical examinations. Cost SI monthly up. Established 30 years. Claims paid promptly. Attractive commission con tracts to agents. New York Safety Re serve Fund, 201 Broadway, New York. 15. 21, 27. 33 WANTED Smart single young man. 22 to 30 years of ae, to sell and advertise goods in Vermont for a large manufactur ing corporation of trade-mark brands. Must be a hard, willing worker and of good reputation. Experience not essen tial. Salary and expenses. Address "O. D.." Brattleboro Reformer. 32-33 FOR SALE Quality Hustler seed potatoes, early, yield well, line quality. $1.50 iHr bushel. A. V. Jillson, So. Ver non, Mass. 31-42 FOR SALE Best quality maple syrup, $2.50 per gallon. Soft sugar, 35 cents per poiind. D. IT. Wright, West Brattleboro. 'Phone, 13-2. 13-tf F0R"SALE One small cook stove with hot water front, one gas range and two la rge coal heaters. Tel. 201. 33-1 f FOR SALE About 50 yards velvet carpeting--in very good condition; price reasonable, is Oak St. Tel. 033. 33-tf "" FOlTSALE S. C. R. I. Red eggs. $1 per 13. Heavy laying strain headed by cockerels from trap-nested stock. Mrs. A. 11. Lynde, West Brattleboro, Vt. 25-tf FOR SALE White Wyandotte eggs for hatching from stock bred and mated for egg production and vigor. $1 per 15 eggs. D. II. Wright, West Brattleboro. Tel. 13-2. GOO FOR SALE Hatching eggs, S. C. Reds and R. C. Anconas, ' ltyfi each L. S. Rawson, 22 Frost Place. C-tf SPECIAL, NOTICES HAIR GOODS E. P. Bailey, 20S Barber Bldg. 1-tf EXPRESS AND Plante, Tel. 53-R. JOBBING Terley 1-tf TO RENT TO RENT Clean dry storage room. 7 Terrace St. Tel. G35. 15-tf TO KENT Large furnished front room. 22 South Main St. 33-35 IIOl'SE POINTING and paper hang ing. William Shaw, 40 Maple St. Tel. 732-W. 20-tj CHIROPODIST Elizabeth P. Bailey, 20S Barber Bldg. 0 to 122 to 5. 'Phone 000-W. 1-tf BARGAINS IN MAGAZINES Most favorable terms on single subscriptions. or on reduced club rates. Send for booklet. Brattleboro News Co. . J-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. 1-tf GINGHAMS. One 5-pound bundle of nice gingham bundled by us. 1-4 to 2 yards long. $3.00. delivered free; about .". yards. loiia Mill Ends Co., Hartland. Me. .",0-55 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 New fane, Vt. ' 1-tf LOST LOST Onyx pin in car or on road from Common to Linden Lodge. Reward if left at Reformer oliicc. 33-35 FOUND FOI'ND Pair of spectacles, shell rims and bows. Owner can have same bv call- TO RENT Storage room for furni- ture. C. V. Grant, 24 So. Main St. 1-tf ig at Reformer office and paying for this "o.i)pw v-i . advertisement. 33 wood, machinery, etc. C. V. Grant, 2t So. Main St. - - - . - 1-tf TO RENT Living room and sleep ing room, furnished, heated, with uso of bath. Suitable for 2 women or married; couple. References required. Tel. 502-M. 30-tf Don't Be Discouraged It isn't necessary to buy a new pair of shoes. Your old ones can be rebuilt and give you much serv ice still. Comfortable old shoes are like your old friends. You want to keep them as long as possible. Come in and let us show you how we make "New Shoes From Old Ones." The Goodyear Shoe Machinery Universal Quick Shoe Repairing Co. BARBER BLOCK FOR SALE Construction Tools Consisting of ploughs, scrapers, shovels, picks, grubs, iron bars, jackscrews, chains, trark tamp bars and hammers, steam pump, hand ditch pump and stone drills all in good, fair condition. Also a few black walnut commodes and beds. Prices one-third to two thirds of new, according to condi tion of goods. E. C. Crosby WANTED Painting and Decorating Contract or by Hour FITZPATRICK & LOBSINGER 11 Vernon Street (Call 7 to 8 p. in.) Painting and Paper "Hanging 50c an hour L H Clark 11 Hudson St Ladies' and Gentlemen's Clothes CLEANED, PRESSED AND ALTERED Satisfaction Guaranteed Prompt Service . Brooks House Barber Shop FOR SALE Mountain Side Farm Peach crop this year. Trees never win ter kill here. Fine grass land; lot of wood and timber. Ideal place for gen tleman's summer home. V. W. ROUILLARD, North Hinsdale. N. II. FOR SALE Ten Single Comb Ancona Pullets F. ,1. FAIRBANKS FOR SALE 10 Set Window Blinds in good condition Telephone S6-1-W Painting and Paper Hanging Write or Call at Li. A. MOMONEY'S 49 Clark Avenue Fords We Have the Following Used Ford Cars which at this early date are a particularly good buy for all par ties who are considering the pur chase of a used car between now arid July 1. ' Two 1910 Touring Cars, both equipped with starter block and in the best of condition. Price $100.00 each One 1915 Runabout Truck suit able for light farm work, condition. Price $200.00 One 1916 Runabout in the best of Price i?2oO.OO One 1920 Touring car with self starter and shock absorber. Price $185.00 One 1917 Runabout with truck body on rear, Price $27o.OO Two 1917 Touring Cars with self starters, Price $300.00 each One 1918 Touring Car, Price 300.00 One 1918 Touring Car, Price $275.00 One 1917 Runabout, Price 9225. OO ALSO One 1918 Chevrolet, Price $100.00 One 1918 Touring Car, Price 9300.00 One 1910 Franklin, Price -51,050.00 John E. Smith & Co. Corner Main and High Streets STYLES OF TODAY ANGER OLD "VET" - Says Jews Are Demoralizing Stage Bewails Utter Lack of Modesty In Women's Dress. BOSTON, April 7. At the dinner of the Grand Army of the Republic Na tional Staff association at the Elks 'o me former Commander Benjamin A. Ham of South Boston declared that the Mews, who are guiding our theatres and Jesiguing the costumes of women, are it tempting to break down the standards if the Anglo-Saxon race. They are hanging tho luoral standards and senti :ueuts of the young men and women of America. They are bringing to America the sentiments of Central Europe which destroy the highest standards of civiliza tion wherever they strike. "In all our shows and moving pic tures women are attired in costumes like those worn by the women in Rome just before its downfall. It is the duty of the Grand Army of the Republic in its remaining days to stand like a wall against those destructiye sentiments of Central Europe. "The laIor troubles that are besetting us, as well as the standards being set on the stage and in the dress of our women, are manifestations of the attempt being made to cast down the Anglo-Saxon civ ilization which is the hope of the earth 1 hese labor disturbances are a part ot the insidious propaganda working in our midst to enforce upon our minds the sen timents of Central Europe. "Ihe Pilgrims of ..OO years ago set the standards of civilization that we should adhere to, and that is the civiliz ation we must turn to, and we will have a population that loves God. and their fellow men, a civilization that loves the institutions our forefathers established. "When we step aside from that civil ization we endanger our country anil ac cept that influence from outside that is endangering the best civilization ever put on earth. "We must teach whole-hearted Ameri canism : Boston and Massachusetts to day must stand up firmly and squarely and tell the truth. The power of a re Only $3,700$700 down For This Little Gem Five .Miles from Keene. N. H. Only one and one-half miles from West moreland village, churches, schools and stores. Six daily trains to Keene. About ;o acres, live acres heavily wooded: 7." hoice fruit trees. 1(1 Mcintosh apples; Hue and one-half storv Colonial house with hardwood lloors. Fine place bath room, hot air heat, running spring wa ter to sink; 00-foot, two-story shed; .'(ix-lS barn, all slate roofed, and horse table ."Ox.'ili. icehouse and 50-foot poul try house. Beautiful views, high, healthy location, overlooking village, large row f maple shade trees in front. Full equipment of tanning tools, nice ranee. retrigerator. and hanging lamps. This is absolutely finest value in this dis trict. Shown by Elmond Hodgkins, K. Surrey R.l. Tel. :!4,N-- CHAMBERLAIN & Bl'RNHAM. INC.. 291 Washington St., Boston, Mass. FOR RENT Tenement of 4 or 5 rooms In nice, quiet residential section, to man and wife. I.'oonw :in liolif vimm- .. large. Have gas. electricity, private bath. nn-piacr, cic. ice porcti. large sliaily lawn, larire earden :mil fruit. snare and stable for horse if ilesirpil fun be occupied ultout April 15. B. SQFIRES. 79 Western Ave. Res. phone 83S-M. Public Auction Saturday, April 9, 1920 10 a. m. sharp AT FRANK UNDERWOOD'S FARM on Chesterfield to Brattleboro state rood: one mile from Chesterfield; live miles from Brattleboro. I will sell the following at Public Auction at the above-named place Ten heavy team horses. ( and 10 yrs of nee: riirht out of months hard work in the woods; extra good workers and in giMiu v ru:::g condition. One j ci.i-stmits C and S years ol weight ):1 pair of black horses. and S year.; Id. weight o00; 1 pair black mare years old and gray horse 10 years old. weight o.'iOO ; 1 pair gray horses. !t years old. weight l0O; 1 pair of lav mars !, and ( years old, weight '75i. 1 . . OVELL & TELFER BRATTLEBORO'S OLDEST RELIABLE HARDWARE STORE martin's Amber-Lyte Is very easily applied and. dries over night produces a: soft, golden Amber finish. Standi Lovell & Telf er 110 MAIN STREET SATISFACTORY SERVICE I ! r Oh two. horse i ; ;h M loggitr; harness i: mounted ; harness. logging truck suitable for r four horses; 1 light 1!- : 1 -spring express wagon ; M-.iots; 5 sets of heavy team tine condition and all brass 1 light breast plate driving A number of all kinds ot lod ging chains including several cable chains; also several cant hooks, cveners. whiffletrees and neck yokes; S street blankets, and a number of extra good horse collars. One cooking stove, 1 parlor stove, 1 table, dishes, extra nice brussels carpet. One auto truck, and a lot of articles too numerous to mention. Terms made known at sale. other Sale rain or shine. F. W. FLUFF, Owner. W. S. Tuttle, Auctioneer. Finely Located Vermont Farm Bargain 6 cows, S heifers, 2 liorses, tools For only l.TOO and only $ 2.1 on down. Two hundred good apple .trees, 5O0 ma ple sugar trees. Fine eight-room house with furnace heat, and running spring water, beautifully situated, half mile from thriving, up-to-date village with agricultural school ; f." acres, large stock barn, two poultry houses, sugar house with new sugar outfit, and 40O buckets with two years wood supply cut and all dry. Seed for spring planting, silo. hens, pigs, ensilage cutter and carrier, and gasoline engine. Fish pond on place. Full particulars described in free cat alogue. No. 5'. of Vermont Farms. Shown bv II. II. Stearns. Randolph. Vt. CHAMBERLAIN & Bl'RNHAM. INC., 2!U Washington St., Boston, Mass. R0WB0AT SERVICE Across Connecticut Whetstone Brook to Island Park EVERY DAY A a. in. to 0 p. m. 'Phone 1I3-.I WOOLEN CLOTH Direct from Mill at MILL PRICES. Suitings for MEN and BOYS. A nice line for SPRING COATS. SUITS and SKIRTS for WOMEN and MISSES. Also Woolen Shirtings. Any length cut. Write us for FREE SAM PLES. ASHUELOT WOOLEN CO.. Gilsum, N. II. SAVE YOUR TREES Pruning, Ikdting. Cavity Work .1. J. LYONS, Box 315, Brattleboro, Vt. Buy Your Real Estate Now i?0R BUSINESS REASONS WE OFFER THE FOLLOWING: Four-fenement block on Hudson street, paying over $50 dollars per month. Will sell this so it will pay you big interest on your money. Two-apartment liouse on Western avenue, ' known as the Slack property. This has large barn and garden Two-tenement house and barn with garden, some fruit, $2,900. We have some good business property that must be sold to settle an estate We can supply you with about everything In the Real Estate line. Our experience in this line of business is worth something to you. S. W. EDGETT COMPANY litrions civilization will not be lost and it li inninf nineil if we. who comprise the descendants of that old-fashioned stock, do our full duty. HINSDALE, N. II. Reception to Mrs. Julia Davenport. Wednesday evening March 30, Mrs. Julia K. DaveniKjrt, who has cone to live at the Home for the Aged in Brattle boro, was given a delightful and infor-in-.l rwiMit mn. :i larire TiuniWr eather- ing to do Mrs. Davenport honor. The reception was held in the Fir:-t Congre gational church, of which Mrs. Daven port is a member of many years fttand iie' inn! :i constant attendant. The pro moters and able managers of the affair were Mrs A. Fletcher and Mrs. C. I). Fav. Mrs. A. F. Nims and Mrs. A P.iilet- !isitcd Mrs. DaveniKrt in receiving. Music was rendered at intervals by ILui. t'il1i-eil P.ooth and Marion Dick- erman. After hearty congratulations and good wishes had been oliered re freshments were served and a social I). Illl- tlll.lVfl Mrs. Bailey," in behalf of Mrs. Daven- irf' ooiiiv friends, liiesellted her a handsome string of Lold beads, placing them around her wrk. Mrs. Daveiiort iv.r-ponded feelingly, thanking her friends and wishing them large share ot prosperity and nappi- lur her new a ness. home She left Monday in Brattleboro. Death of Prof. Derby at Columbus. News was received last week of the death of Prof. Samuel C. Derby of Co lumbus. Ohio. lie will be remembered In nianv in this vicinitv. for. since his marriage here on Aug. l'.).'?, to Mar garet, daughter of the late Dr. and Mrs William T. Leonard, he had spent tin summer months here and in Dublin, his native town. Prof. Derby was a grad uate of Harvard and was connected for nianv ears with the Ohio state un iversity in the ancient language de partments, lie was a former president of Ant inch college of Yellow Springs, O. ill. are vis ill. itcd in f rum Mr. C A. Gray is ill. Mrs. Grace Wellington is Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Fay Frank Mason of Boston town recently. Kov D. Tuvlor visited in Keene Saturday to Monday. F. C. Bobertson and F. W. Jeffords were in Boston last week. Mr. Charles Tacy, who had rheuma tism all last fall and winter, is better. The home of the late Addie K. Dix on Canal street has been sold to George A Hubert son Burt McDonald has moved his family to the Levi Ci owninshield place in North Hinsdale. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Johnson of non, Vt., visited his mother, Charles Tacy, Sunday. Miss Ellen Hatch of the Keene Ver Mrs. nor mal school was a week-end guest ot Miss Marion Dickerman. Mrs. Cora Kennedy attended the fun eral of her son, Frank Kennedy, in Springfield, Mass., last Yveek. Charles Edward Tacy and Mrs. Li la May Johnson were married Saturday evening at Mrs. Johnson's home. Leland Johnson has been spending a week's vacation with his brother and father. Ernest and F. 1. Johnson, in Vernon, Vt. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bardwell and little son, Ernest, of Bernardston were guests of her sister, Mrs. Charles Tacy. over Sunday. Hev, C. F. Mclntire has chosen for his sermon topic at the Sunday morning service in the Universalis! church. Gath ering up the Fragments. Mrs. Victor Cote of Greenfield. Mass., visited relatives over Sundav. Her sis-' . i : . i-i-j - . ici, .uiss .nnie wiiue, reiurneu 10 Greenfield with her for a few days' visit. James O'Brien will start Friday morn ing tor Southern Fines, a. C, where lie will meet Mrs. O'Brien, who has Ikhmi sK'iiding the winter in the south. They will return next week. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lance and two children, who have been living in the Perkins house on the Brattleboro road, have moved into the George Lewis house on Kilburn street. The annual big brother banquet is to be held in the Congregational church this Friday evening at 7 o'clock. The stM'aker for the evening will be Rev. Donald Eraser of Wells River, Vt. Miss Lamoille C. Luigworthy and a friend from the Sargent School for Physical Training in Cambridge, Mass., have Ikhmi guests a few days at the home of Miss iiugworthy's parents. The Lornb-Ellwyn Stock Co. which ap peared in the town hall last October, will re-appear April 7 and continue for three nights. The oirnuig play Thurs day night will be, Little Molly Malone. Mrs. Charles Temple and son, of To gus. Me., Miss Martha Gray of Milton, Mass., and Miss Dorothy Gray of New Vork city, are at their home here on account of the illness of their mother, Mrs. C. A. Gray. Mrs. George Estey, formerly of this town and who has been spending sev eral months with relatives iir Keene, has returned here and has rented the up stairs tenement in the C. C Holton house on Canal street. Hev. O. F. Mcjntire officiated at the funeral of Mrs. Davis in Chestefield. this afternoon at 1 o'clock. Mrs. Davis! was 81 years old. She was the mother' of the late George Davis, who was well known in Chest criichi and vicinity. ' Exact Change You are often annoyed by not having correct change, and sometimes pay more than necessary because of it. A check can be written for any amount and there is no trouble about change. JThis is only one advantage of ah account here. Let us tell you about the other advantages. Vermont National Bank SAFETY STRENGTH SERVICE p ing-30CDOaOCZ30CDOCDOC30CDO(Z-0( - rTI fl Living up 0 0 to our "M I jj Advertising J i1i 0 Living up to our Advertising THE purpose of our advertisements is to explain the many ways in wLicn we can be helpful to you in financial matters. We are striving to express clearly tLe ideals and policy of this institution. But tne rtal proof of our ability to serve you is not the statements we make in acL vertising, but tne manner in which, we live up to them in practice. Peoples National Bank BRATTLEBORO. VT: 0 QCT3 0Cr3 0CZ3 0C3 0l A Personal Seivice for Our Depositors HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS IN NEW YORK Appreciating the increasing difficulty of obtaining hotel accommodations in New York, we have arranged with the HOTEL COMMODORE, New York (adjoining the Grand Central Terminal), to accept reservations for our depositors and their friends. They will be assured rooms and will receive special attention. Write or telephone The Brattleboro Trust Co. stating your requirements, and the reservation will be made in. your name. Do not hesitate to call upon us for this service, which is given free of charge and in line with our policy to serve our cutomers in every way possible. Brattleboro Trust Company Brattleboro, Vermont Djer-Kiss Talcum Reduced to 25c a Package We carry all the popular talcums and face powders, including Houbigant's, Piver's, Vivau dou's, etc. . ; " Brattleboro Drug Co. THE PRESCRIPTION STORE 104 MAIN STREET 'PHONE 560