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n THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY REFORMER. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 17, 1921.
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS 5 cents a line first Insertion; zy cents line each subsequent Insertion. Cash In Advance. Minimum Charge, SO cents. WANTED WANTED Girl in Wm. II. Vinton & Son. rag department. 119-tf WANTED To buy stroller. Tel. lOOS-lt. second hand 142-147 WANTED FChovelers on road work. Apply to A. G. r.afnes. Vernon. Vt. 143-tf WA NT ED Dr essma k i njr. Apply after Gp. m. li- W. Filiony-20 Central St. 14:5-148 FOR SALE FOR SALE Ford touring car. C. L. riowe. - 132-tf FOR SALE Tel. 53-R. -Drv wood, l'erley Tlante. 7-tf FOIi SALE Cotton flour sacks 23 for ?1.70.. t)7 Main St.' 130-tf FOR SALE Broiler, liens and pul lets. F.' J. Adams, G Vine St. ' 143-14G WANTED Berry pickers, ,c. per cit. G. J. Perkins & Son, Barber Farm. . ., 142-tf WANTED Girl or woman for general rk" Mrs. M. I Estey. Tel. 5.j1. 142-tf ""WANTED Competent saleslady in local store. Apply "X," care Reformer Office. 143-tf WANTED Contract for cutting logs or cord wood. Address G. G., Box 120, Brattleboro, Vt. 142-147 WANTED To lease a farm with Ftook and tools for a term of years. W. D. Brough. Winchester. N. II. 143-1" WANTED Woman or girl for gen eral housework in small family : Sundays or week-end off if desired. Apply Box 1100, care Reformer. 144-tf WANTED M iddle-aged woman for housework and care of two children : good home; references required. Mrs. II. G. Wilbur. West f Bratth-boro. 142-147 WANTED A, man who haa a horse and wagon or car, that can furnish a per sonal bond for $.00. For full particulars write P. O. Box 205, Rutland, Vt. 135-tf WANTEDTo rent house in .Brattle boro, beginning about Sept.J5: six rooms, about .$30 monthly. Address C. E. Crane, S Belmont Ave., or 'phone 7S9-R. 13(Mf - FOR SALE One Concord buggy, one on e-horse truck. Q. F. llowe. 114-tf FOR SALE Furniture and ranges, new and second-hand, at J. B. Dunton'a. FOR SALE Dry slab wood, length. Arthur Gagner, Tel. GG-M. stove 139-150 FOR SALE A couple of two-tenement houses on Myrtle street. C. B. Crowell. 40-tf FOR SALE A few laying hens. Call afternoons. L. S. Rawson, 22 Frost Place. 140-tf FOR SALE good condition, street. -Sterling kitchen stove in A. C. Johnson, 2S Crosby 144-14G FOR SALE One large wardrobe trunk, several small trunks. 15 Walnut St. Phone 93 130-tf FOR SALE Drv hard wood, in chunks or split. E. R. Thomas, West Brattle boro. Tel. 14-3. - 141-tf WANTED Capable women who can do housework and cook 5?6-S15. Come at once, no letters. Greenfield Employment Bureau, 178 Main St., Greenfield. Mass. 142-14S WANTED A widow with boy 12 would like housekeepers position Sept. 1, near school. Write Mrs. M. Potter, Ames Hill (Tel. 432-J), West Brattlt-boro, Vt. 143-14(5 WANTED-f-Any person, who has tired, aching, burning." itching feet to use Snow Drop Salve, 25c, works wonders. For ale at C. F. Thomas's and W. F. Roofs Pharmacies. 129-1GS WANTED Beef, hogs and calves and some 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 SPECIAL NOTICES LIGIIT TRUCKING and jobbing by automobile. - Tel. G33-M, Shaw's Garage. 112-tf CHIROPODIST Elizabeth P. Bailey, 20S Barber Bldg. 9 to 122 to 5. 'Phone COG-W. 1-tf AUTOMOBILE FOR DIRE, evenings and Sundavs. W. T. Carney, 21 Thomas St. Tel. G81-R. Gl-tf ATTENTION Automatic computing Fcalos, cheese cutters, meat slicprs. W. E. Shipley, Rutland, Vt. 143-152 BARGAINS IN MAGAZINES Most favorable terms on single subscriptions or on reduced dub rates.' Bead for booklet. Brattleboro "News Co. - 1-tf 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 CAME into my enclosure Thursday, 'Aug. 11 two red and white steers and one red and white heifer. Owner can have the same by proving the property and pay ing charges. Hosea Fisher, Halifax, Vt. 143-145 CLERKS (men. women), over 17. for Postal Mail Service. ,$130 month. Ex perience unnecessary. For free particu lars, of examinations, write R. Terry (former Civil Service examiner). 155 Con tinental Bldg., Washington. D. C. 144-14G TO BE WELL DRESSED your furs must be up-to-date. We remodel, repair and make all kinds of fur garments into the latest style. If you have any tanned or untanned skins we will tan and make them up into chokers, scarfs, muffs, etc. You take no chances. You get the same fckins back. We do all our own tanning, repairing and making. Semi goods by par cel iMt. We will tell you cost before starting work. R. L. Bordeaux, Qualitv furs, high grade taxidermv. 32 Ontral Square, Keene, N. II. T'hone G5S-M. 142-tf FOR SALE Dodge roadster, mechan ical lv perfect and first class power, seen at Mosher1 Garage. 139-tf FOR SALE S. C. Rhode Island Red pullets. 5 months old, 1.75. C. II. Emer son, 44 Pntney road. 144-147 FOR SALE Modern two-apartment house on one of Brattleboro s best streets. Box 1G. Reformer Office. 92-tf FOR SALE Native blackberries deliv ered dailv. Also pickers at 5c. a quart. F. E. Gammell, West Brattleboro. Vt. Phone 211-12. - 143-151 CHAS. F. MAUN &GMain TEL 38 S8 Main Atttostrop Safety Razor 30-T)ay Free Trta'i. FOR SALE Last Block wood. Dur ing the month of August, $13.00 a cord delivered. Nothing less than one-cord lots. Tel. 2GS. 126-tf FOR. SALE Small farm suitable for sportsman's camp. Would exchange for second-hand automobile. Apply to Box S5. Wardsboro, Vt. 134-145 FOR SALE Buick four cylinder tour ing car : needs some repairs ; three extra tires. Price ?. with license. Green Mountain Orchards, West Hill, Putney Vt. 1 42-447 FOR SALE At half the cost of lumber my new garage on Newfane Hill. Can easily lie converted into summer camp For particulars write or telephone Mrs .1. L. Martin. 142-tf FOR SALE Osota bread flour, .$10.50 per barrel, cotton . $1.3. in paper; i a i i l i c-i i - oasirv nour ;: per oarrei. jh-u m -,.s paper. Money back if you do not like it. Brattleboro Grain Co. 114-tf FOR SALE Piano, sewing machine billiard table, art squares, bedroom sets roll tup desk, davenport, ras range, refrig erator, tables, chairs, etc. L. C. Wyman. 73 Clarke Ave.. Tel. 1SS-Y. - 141-tf FOR SALE One set aluminum cook ing utensils, one set glass ware, one set dishes, six dining room chairs, one dining table, one marble topped table, one kitchen (handy) cabinet, one gas plate (2 burners), inquire room 13, American Bldg., between 7 and S p. m 143-147 FOR SALE HORSES We will arrive Monday, Aug. 15, with an express load of horses direct from the farms of Iowa where these horses have been raised and worked. There will be big horses for heavy trucking, farm horses broke single and double in pairs and singles from 12(H) to 1500 lbs.; also several drivers that are clever, good workers, and one chestnut horse, 11 00 lbs. to drive and work, also single foot under the saddle. The business will continue at the same stable as in the past 40 years, with the same high standard of honesty. All horse? warranted as represented. Guilford S Wood Horse Co., F. S. Wood. Prop.. Shel- burne Falls, Mass. Tel. 19-3 . 141-147 TO RENT TO RENT Room, 13 Green St. 130-tf gentle 137-tf TO RENT Furnished room, man preferred. G4 Green St. TO RENT Tenement at 3 Linden St Mrs. F. Hamilton. Tel. 252. 119-tl TO RENT Two adjoining rooms com fortably furnished." modern conveniences, for two people. Tel. 592-M. 142-tf LOST LOST One steel ring for automobile wheel between Swift Beef Co. and West Brattleboro. 'Phone 201. 13S-tf WANTED 50 Girls to Sew Tobacco , Leaves in Hinsdale, N. H. LOUIS I. ALLEN LOST Graduated string of milk white beads between Horton place and Princess theatre. 'Phone G39-J. Reward. 143-141 WANTED BoysforSundayRoute Brattleboro News Company NOTICE Public Auto Service I Day or Night ! New Cleveland Six Tel. 673. L. I. SNOW or Tel. s-W. 34 Main St. Office Confidence is a plant of slow gnewtu. ;e have grown ".slow nd sure." In this, our 72d year, we in vite a study 'of our growth and fcerviec. NatioB.il 'Life Ins. Co.. of-Vt.. (Mutual,) F. V. DINES, Special Agent, Brattle boro, , t- Thomas T. Brittan ire Accident Insurance i Liability - Life MIderBldg.,Braltleboro Ladies' and Gentlemen's Clothes CLEANED, PRESSED AND ALTERED Satisfaction Guaranteed Prompt Service Brooks House Barber Shop RUTH A. BALDWIN Public Stenographer TYPING of all kinds Room 27 American Bldg. Office 411 Kes. 764-M 20 years from now You'll want to take r. things easier. Make sure of your family's future now and of an income for yourself if illness or accident pre vents your earning your living. Inquire. N.A. HOWE, Agent Brattleboro, Vermont Connecticut General Life Insurance. Co.- Hartford ADVERTISE YOUR TO RENTS IS THE DAILY liETORitEft r"V"'' i in r 1 ti I "f '- UNIVERSAL VACUUM BOTTLES All1 sizes, all styles quarts, pints, half-pints, and fillers for all of 'em. Quart and pint food pars, large and small lunch kits all at prires that is as close to being about right as the manufacturers can make it. Fillers that sold for $3.75 last winter are now $2. The pint filler that sold last winter for $2.50 is now $1.50 some drop and there will be another drop when eggs get back to . the old j ear-around price of twenty-five cents a dozen. 3 AGED KING PETER DEAD. Lovell & Telfer Former Monarch 'of Serbia Courageous Figure Dunne War. BELGRADK, ' JuWlaVia, 17. Former King Peter of Serbia died yes terday at the age of 76" years. King I'eter, who for a long time had been ill, was reported early in June to be in a serious condition---He .was then suneni)-; Irom pleurisy. A short time n n o 1 tj:4 afterward he was said to be steadily im- IVUUllIIg OUppilCS UUU JTiilUtS proving, and his physicians declared him-and now. is the time to make such repairs Brattleboro's Oldest Reliable Hardware Store MATERIAL REDUCTIONS Have Have lieen Made In Prices of f Carl A. Mitchell UNDERTAKER Lady Attendant 180 Main Street Telephone 831-W or 834-R AUCTION Having decided to go south for tie win er. 1 will sell my jivcsiock- at puonc auction on Thursday, August IS, 1921 At 1 O'clock P. M. t mv farm in Brattbboro. six milos from West ISrattleboro, just off the West ( J nil ford road. LIVESTOCK Good farm team. weight 2.4(H); cows, duo to freshen in August. !pipnibt'r, Octorxir, Novem ber and December; two-yetr.r-old heifer giving milk : 2 two-year-odd hifrs, fresh : 2 yearling heifers. 2 heifer calves, good hog." 2(H) lbs.; 20 Rhode island Red hens, 2. Jlronze turkeys. One and one-half acres ensaiage corn; S cords hard wood. CONSIGNED PROFEUTY I'lack and white heifer, due to freshen n September; Jersey cow. due to freshen n' September: Jersey, cow, nt bred; Holstein cow. due to freshen m. January: llolstein cow, giving milk; two-year- Id heifers; Guernsey cow. farrow; li two-year-old steers; heifer caLf. Economy separator, nearly new; John Deere sulky plow ; walking plow. Terms at time of sale. M. M. HASTINGS. A. G. Gallup. Auctioneer. V. A. Shumway, Clerk. out ot danger. Nothing was heard of. the aged mon arch until a few days ago, when a dis patch from Belgrade said he was seri ously ill with congestion of the lungs. He sank into unconsciousness Friday, remaining in that condition until the next day. His condition became worse Sunday night, and he gradually failed until the end. King Peter of Serbia, white-haired. deaf, ill from the infirmities of age and as are needed to put your, uuiiuings ui such condition as shall withstand the - - SEVERITX OF THE WEATHER - -that is sure to tome."- ' ' Certain conditions of .Cleanliness, and Comforf, of Warmth and freedom from dampness must he met in order to give assurance of productiveness, which means profits. HOW ABOUT THOSE POTATOES? - They may need another spraying just nsiu- anil if Gil WA ll'lVA nlpTl t V nf sunering trom the wounds of three or,. . xiIK VERY BEST MATERIAL more wars, reliimuishea the cares of fOT tliat purpose Pyrox, Arsenate of state in 1919, when his second son, iad, Bordeaux Mixture, Paris Green, v row ii i -mice .-uexunuer, pucceeueu mm .. and became the ruler of the new state of Jugoslavia, lie then declared: "My beloved Serbia is now free, and its future, I believe, will be a great one. My work is over. I desire only the con tinued affection and devotion of my dear people, and, finally, a grave on Ser? bian soil.'' .Despite his age, King Feter presented one of the most courageous figures of the war. On the day that Serbia re jected the Austrian demands, Peter re nounced his temporary abdication of the tli rone and placed himself once more at the head . ot the country. He was even then almost sightless and hard of hearing, and Mas under the constant care of a physician. CASE NOW, WITH JURY. Rum Runner Charged with Retaking Seized Whiskey. (Special to The Reformer.)" MONTPELIER, Aug. 17. The case against Harrv Smith of Rouse. Point. N. Y, charged with hold ing up W. YV. Stiles, customs officer at Al burg. at the point, of a gun and retaking from him upwards of SM quarts of whis key seized by officers from a motor-boat. went to the jury in I nited States court this noon. Smith was - identified bv Stiles as leader of the four men who held him up. Smith entered a general lenial by way of defense. NOTICE The Non-resident proprietors of the town of Newfane, county of inuliam. ire hereby notified that the taxes as sessed bv such town within the years next preceding this date remain in whole unpaid on the following described land n such town, to wit : One-half an acre known as the Emily Pierce list., near the residence of Bert Morse, on the Newfane and Wardsboro road, three miles from Newfane village. This land will be sold at public auc tion, in the highway in trout of said inl. on the 2Uth day 'f August next. at . o clock, as snail be lequisit to dis charge such taxes with cost unless pre viously paid. JOHN L. SPARIvS. Collector of Town Taxes. Dated at Newfane. Vt., July 20, 1021. FOR SALE Modern 12-Room House Can be one- or two-tenement, just as owner wauts. Large garden, extra lot. Nice barn or garage, just as you need it for. Must be sold as business requires a change. Trice reasonable. Inquire 3 Lo cust Street, or Telephone "32-W, Brattleboro, Vt. Evenings, Holidays and Sundays Wednesday Afternoons During Summer Carney's Auto Service 21 THOMAS STREET Teleplione 681-R SAVE YOUR TREES Pruning, Bolting, Cavity Work J. J. LYONS Box 313, Brattleboro,-Vt. Garbage Collection Any resident of Brattleboro village whose garbage is not being satisfactorily collected and wishing collection made. should notify Mr. C. M. Tubbs at No, should notify Mr. C. M. Tubbs. Putney Road. Tel. 311-4. Only garbage consist ing of animal and vegetable matter, free from glass, tin, ashes, etc., will be col lected, and all garbage subject to col lection should be contained in a reason able covered receptlle. W. H. PERRY. Village Clerk. Per order commissioners. AUTOMOBILE SERVICE RUlf OK EASTERN STANDARD TIME TOWNSMEN!) TO BRATTLEBORO AND RETURN DAILY EXCEPT UNDAt Leave " " Townaheod. ChMr Store. Newfano Inn, Williamiville Station. West Dummeriton Store, Arrire lirattleboro. Leave Brattleboro, Boof Pfaar. oiacy. West Dummeriton Store. WilliamsTUIe Station. Newfane Inn, Arrive Xownsbend. Order book at Root's Pharmacy, Bratttabcrn. I. S. SAYRE, Townshend, Vt Telephone. Newfane. 34-31. HAS ALL THAT GLASS BEEN SET? We call for and return your sashes. Win ter will come e'er long and all - - - - BROKEN. WINDOWS ought to be repaired, to keep out the drafts that are dangerous.' . THE COST OF CARE IS ALWAYS REPAID BY YEARS OF WEAR LOVELL & TELFER 110 MAIN STREET SATISFACTORY SERVICE TERMS UNACCEPTABLE. (Continued from Page 1.) give way to them, particularly to their sentiment, if we could get tuein to come with us and consider the interest of their own country and not be allying themselves with foreigners. Mr. DeValera said the Irish nation did not stand between England and the world and was not shutting up the seas between the two islands. "We have no enmitv to England," lie de clared, "at least if this question were settled I believe there would be none, The only enmity is to that rule which the Irisii people hate to the marrow of the.r bones.' It was said, remarked the Republican leader, that the Irish question was a problem. It was a problem, he declared. a problem ot a powertul seltish person wishing to encroach uiion the rights the property and the freedom of his neichlmrs. That was tne fundamental problem to be settled. Human nature has to be taken into consideration, lie pointed out, and they who were work ing for a complete and final settlement were to see to it that relations must be adjusted on . the basis of right. There fore, in considering the problem they who had rmhts on their side, he said must count . "The Irish ieople . won t llimh now lecause more arms are being sent for," he declared. The public meeting of the Dail Eir eann was adjourned this afternoon . to an indefinite date. Private sessions will be held in the meantime, beginning to morrow. UtTrt JdTrla ,6.15 a.m. ll.Jla.m. 6.30 a. in :t. 50 a.m. .50a.t. 12.0$ p.m. -7.05 a.m. 12.20 p to. .7.25 a.m. 12.40 pXi. 9.15 a.m. 4.00 pm. 9.35 a.m. 4.2C p.m. 9.55 a.m. 4-35 pun. 10.10 a.m. 4.55 P m. 10.25 a.m. S.1S pro Automobile Service i' i Run on Eastern Standard Time NORTIIFIELD and BRATTLEBORO Daily Excent Sundav A : Leave r. M. Northfleld. George's Pharmacy, 12.10 East Northfleld, C P. lIutTum'a Store 12.30 South Vernon, E. II. BufTum's Store 12.35 Central Park 12.50 Vernon Store 12.55 Arrive Brattleboro 1.20 Leave Brattleboro, Root's Pharmacy . 4.00 Vernon Store 4 20 Central Park 4.30 South Vernon, E. B. BuQTum's Store ....;... 4.45 East Northfleld, C. P. BufTum's Store .i 4.50 Arrive Northfleld 5.00 Order Book at Root's Pharmacy, Brattleboro, Vt. ARTHUR LYMAN Northfleld, .Mass. Telephone 114-3 Cancel Constabulary I.aws. BELFAST, Aug. 17 (Associated press). All roval Irish constabulary leave has been canceled dating from to dav, it was announced here this forenoon. t ' Commons Will Not Discuss. LONDON. Aug. 17 (Associated Tress) Austen Chamberlain, the government leader in the house of commons, today cautioned its members against any de bate which might threaten a settlement of-the Irish problem while Londoners were eagerly .buying newspapers in which the Announcement in Dublin of Kamonn 1) Valera, the Irish leader, against the terms offered by the British government streamed across the front pages. Answering questions as to whether there would lie any announcement or de bate on the peace negotiations Mr. Cham berlain said no statement was advisable today and he did not know what might happen between the present time and the prorogation of parliament. T hoe that whatever the feeling of the members on the subject may be." Mr. Chamber lain declared, "they will not take any steps which might jeopardize peace so long as there is any hope of securing this." MORE THAN A THOUSAND. (Continued from Tage 1.) FIRE and LIFE Insurance Strong, Reliable Companiea Sanford A. Daniels Crosby Block, Brattleboro CARL F. CAIN MERCHANT TAILOR 15 Main Street TO RENT Two Large Rooms EMERSON BUILDING, ELLIOT ST. Good light and ventilation. Steam heat. " II. L. EMERSON tive committee of the National Farm Bu reau federation. Oliver Wilson of Peoria, 111., a past master of the National Grange, confined his talk principally to the work of the Orange, past and present, and its relation to the Farm Bureau work. The greetings of the state Grange were brought to the gathering by Thomas Brad lee of Burlington, director of county agents for the state, who spoke for O. L. Martin of Plainfield. master of the state Grange, who was unable to be present. County Agent R. Wilton Harvey made several announcements, calling attention in particular to the I arm. Bureau automo bile trip planned for ne,t Wednesday. Miss Charlotte Pieriont. leader of home demonstration agents for the state, spoke on home demonstration work, giving a bird's-eye view of what the work is. The boys and girls at the gathering were led in their games and stunts by Miss Viola M. Cameron, the new county club agent. .A short meeting also was held for them and Dennis E. Tasker, sec retary of the Valley Fair association, spoke, urging the children to prepare for exhibit:! at the fair. Miss Eva Borkwski of Guilford, county corn champion,, told the boys and girls about, her achievement trip to Burlington recently. Miss Cam eron exhibited pictures of boys' and girls club work done in other counties. Following the speaking program a ball game between a team from .Jacksonville and one from Dover was played, the game resulting in a score of 17 to S in favor of the Dover nine. ' The ball game which closed, about G o'clock, was the last of the day's "program, i I . - Secretary Tasker and President C. L. Stiekney of the Valley Fair association distributed fans1; posters, etc.. advertis ing the fair, which will be held Sept. 'SI and I! -" : V ,s ' . . - ' ' ' WORK ON BATTLESHIPS CUT. Reduced Appropriations. Cause Curtail ment of Naval Building. WASHINGTON. -Aug. 17. Curtail ment of naval building due to decreased appropriations will materially sdow up work on new battleships and battle cruis ers, it was said yesterday at the navy department. There is iCtf.OOO.OOO avail able for the work, against $115,000,000 requested, and it has been apportioned about evenly between purchase of mate rials and building charges after confer ence with builders . and materials con tractors. . I . paruai suspension oi worK at pianis fabricating material for the ships already I had taken place, it was said. Officials did not estimate when the vessels could be completed at the present rate, Do You Know That the S. A. SmitK Maiiufaciuring M 1 Lompa iny OF BRATTLEBORO, VT , . Is One of the Largest Producers of ; Wooden Toys in the United States ? . U,, Is is not, good business judgment to help finance such a strong local business? ! We will gladly furnish information regard ing their new issue of 8 per cent Convertible Gold Notes. VERMONT INVESTMENT CORPORATION Room No. 1, American Bldg., Brattleboro', Vt. ' Telephone 55 Friendly Atmosphere in You know how cold some persons can be; they chill the very atmosphere. Others warm and fill with sunshine the air about them. So it is with banks and other business concerns. Our aim is to have a friendly atmos phere always enveloping this bank. We want all visitors and customers to be friends of the bank and of one another. Vermont Natioiial Bank Brattleboro, Vt. Safety Strength Service sis Insuring Peace of Mind Making a will and appointing a trust company as executor and trustee gives the sense of se curity that comes with having made sound pro vision for the future welfare of one's family. Brattleboro Trust Company Member American Bankers' Association 0 The Migtity Chairi of the Federal Reserve Th IIROUGIIOUT the world, the Federal Reserve System of this ! i: country, is recognized as a bulwark of financial strength. This institution as a member of the jfystem shares the advantages of its " strong, protective features. Peoples National Bank BRATTLEBORO. VT. 0