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J THE BRATTLEBOltO , DAILY REFORMER. TUESDAY, AUGUST 30, 1021.
. ' "I .- I CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS 5 cents a line tot Insertion; 2 cents line each subsequent Insertion. " Cash In Advance, Minimum Charge, 10 cents. Hps ulin-.jrA11" 1 .".IW WANTED v WANTED Waitress at Streetcr's Res taurant.' " 1:M to work on farm. 132-137 WANTED Boy Tel. 112. , h i WANTED Two or three waMiirigs to do at home. inquire - OineST', , , K 4.1- r : J;4-JJV FOR SALE WANTED Kieyek -without -oatr brake. For information 'plume -J4-X. J' luo-lT WANTED Jieqry . pickers, 5c. per qt. G. J. Perkins & Son, Barber lam. WANTED 1MlO fowls, 23e. a pound V .,t K..ti,1 card. M. Black. Box S3, Prattleboro. 151-tf cashier-arcount-Address Box It, 133-tf Tfm SATVTC Ford tourine car. C. L. Howe. - 132-tf VOU SALE Drv wood. Terley Tlante. Tl. 53-11. . J-tt FOR SALE Cotton flour eacks 25 for SI, r,0. ' 07 Main St. . - 13(-tf FOR SALE One Concord buggy, one one-horse trucK. l. uowe. xxt-u FOR SALE Furniture and ranges, new and second-hand, at J. B. Dunton'a. FOR SALE Thoroughbred Morgan horse. 5 scars old. 3 So. Main St. 150-133 FOR SALE C. R. Atkins's express business. Also one extra express wagon. 155-15i FOR SALE A couple of two-tenement houses on Myrtle street. C. B. CroweU. 40-tf FOR SALE Carpenter bench two- man saw. wooden cupboard. 85 Green St. 149-tf WANTED Girl for ant in Main street store. t are Reformer Office. WANTED Girl for housework in toii fmniiv. reference desired. Address Box 22, care Reformer. 153-tf ""WANTED Work by first-class mason. i.l.Kti.riri!? and stone work. Ji. II. LnRae,Jamaica, Vt. 1J' w VTI'H A trustworthy woman for .' . x 1 :.. l,r I V T TUmne Wntf lrntttn. sweeping, etc.. one or iwo ua, i m ym. n. it. a. uuuia. m week. Mrs. Geo. E. Crow'ell. 155-tfboro. Tel. 11-3. 141-tf FOR SALE Dodge roadster, mechan ically perfect and first class power, seen at Mosher's Garage. 139-tf FLASHLIGHTS Dig out your old case and have a fresh' Kvereudy hat tery put in it and make 'sure that you get an Kver eady. There are many kinds of flashlight batteries on the market most of 'em have good selling" features but . a fresh Eveready bat tery is there when it conies to actual service. BIG DEMAND FOR SUMMER COTTAGES Fresh Kveready for all flashlights. batteries FOR SALE alxmt 30 tons Wardsboro. Vt. -uood silo, two cows, hay. T. II. Williams 135-1 5ti CHAS. F. kVIANN Main TEL. 33 8 Main FOR SALE Dry hard wood, in chunks Antostrop Safety Razors 30-Day Free TriL WANTED To lease a farm with Ftoek and tools for a term of years. W. D. Brough, Winchester, N. II. 143-15.J WANTED Capable woman wishes position in small family; best of refer liox 3, c-o Reformer Office. 150-tf W A N T EDS in a 1, furnished house or furnished apartment with modern con veniences. Address J. II. Temple. Al stead. N. II. 154-lt5 WANTED To hear from owner who desires to sell a in Brattleboro. former Office. WANTED A man who has a horse and wagon or car, that can furnish a per sonal bond for $500. For full particulars write lQjJiuUand, Vt' 135 WANTED Girl or middle-aged wom an for general housework ; one who de sires a good home more than large wages. Address "GE," c-o Reformer Office. t 130-101 rWANTED Any person who has tired, aching, burning, itching feet to use Snow Drop Salve, 23c., works wondVrs. For Fale at C. F. Thomas's and W. F. Root's Pharmacies. 129-168 FOR SALE Modern two-apartment house on one of Brattleboro a best streets. Box 1C, Reformer Office. 92-tf FOR SALE Last Block wood. Dur ing the month of Augut. $13.00 cord delivered. Nothing less than one-cord lots. Tel. 2GS. 120-tf FOR SALE One good one-horse lum- six or 10-room house ber wagon, one good I'oncord wagon, one Address A House. Kc-'oM hnffsrv. side bars, cood one. L. l.4-lot .Fisher. 1 Brattle St. Call 323-R. 155-150 Carl A. Mitchell UNDERTAKER Lady Attendant 180 Main Street Telephone 83-1-W or 831-R Lovell& Tetter Brattleboro's Oldest Reliable Hardware Store MICROMETER Range O to one inch Clamp liing preserves setting, PLANES, Bits, Chisels, Augers, Levels, Plumbs, Plumb Bobs Files, Rasps, Saw : Sets .Wedges We Appreciate Your Trade Solicit Your Patronage Guarantee Satisfaction Your Needs Our First Consideration PRICES RIGHT FOR SALE At half the cost of lumber my new garage on Newfane Hill. Can easily be converted into summer camp. For particulars write or telephone Mrs. J. L. Martin. . 142-tf FOR SALE Osota bread flour, $10.50 per barrel, cotton $1.33 in s paper ; pastry Hour $0 per barrel, SI. 20 in fs paper. Money back if you do not like it. Brattleboro Grain Co. 114-tf FOR SALE Four-weeks-old pigs $4. also a good work horse, set of second team harness, ensilage cutter and blower I mounted on trucks, to be purchased nt WANTED Beer, nogs ana caives unu,your own price. U. J. 1'erkins Ac Son. some nice fresh cows, delivered at my , 1 el. 9-22. 152-tf FOR SALE- place Saturday or at the depot. Monday . . -,, i . : tt n morning, i w u pay marei yic. n. Twh level land, suitable for dairy, Clark, Bratt.eboro. -lt onions I?arn 7r x 4r, paraKp SPECIAL NOTICES Two-man farm, 4U acrs tobacco carriage house, four other storage buildings. Fif- teen-rortm house and seven-room cottage. both with all modern conveniences. Never failing spring water on farm. On main road 4 mile to R. R. station and two villages. xVlso will sell herd of 10 cattle. CD I ROPODI ST Elizabeth P. BaileV, j Jajr horses, 40 tons hay, acres rorn. po- g tO O. I il 11 mini -it-. tvi.v oesn auie " 1-tf property. F. B. Caldwell estate, Lizzie m.- l amweii. Aumx. lei. o-2. East Northfield, Mass. 155-102 LIGI1T TRUCKING and jobbing by automobile. Tel. C33-M, Shaw's Garage. 112-tf 08 Barber Bldg 'Phone G00-W. FOR SALE Modern 12-Room House Can be one- or two-tenement, just as owner wants. Large garden, extra lot. Nice barn or garage, just as you need it for. Must be sold as business requires a change. Price reasonable. Inquire 3 Lo cust Street, or Telephone 752-W, Brattleboro, Vt. LOVELL & TELFER 110 MAIN STREET SATISFACTORY SERVICE TO RENT TO RENT Tenement at 3 Linden St Mrs. F. Hamilton. Tel. 252. 119-tf I exceptional chance. AUTOMOBILE FOR HIRE, evenings and Sundays. W. T. Carney, 21 Thomas St. Tel. (iSl R. Gl-tf BARGAINS IN MAGAZINES Most favrabk termt on single subscriptions or on reduced club rates. Send for booklet. Brattleboro News Cx 1-tf MAGAZINESAT LOWEST PRICES Write me about what, magazines jou want for the coming year. I can get them for you at money saving prices. Mrs. G. 'fane Vt 1-tf , w'th 11 rooms, ample closet space. Spring : water in tne House. Jiay ana carriage NOTICE! We have purchased the re-; barn, stable for horse and cow, large tail milk business of R. L. Brooks and ; woodshed. Opportunity for flower and Farm for Sale 115 acres, 20 tillage, rest pasture, wood and timber; 150 fruit trees, berries, etc. Hay in barn. Fgiht-room house; good buildings. Sugar equipment. This is an TO RENT Six-room modern house (for adults). Inquire 14 West St. - - 154-150 FOR RENT The Wheeler homestead on the Old Depot road. Putney, house PRICE $1,000 Address Owner c-o 'Reformer Reports to State Publicity Bureau Indi cate Prosperous Summer Busi ness in This State. BUKLINGTON. Xwx. .10 .-It may be a poor vacation travel season elsewhere,! but there is no falling oli in the num ber of tourists eoiniiiii to Vermont, ac cording to the results if ft recent survey made bv the State Publicity bureau. Hotels and loardiiig houses generally report increasing business. Many hotels have been lull to capacity and people have been obliged to uo elsewhere as they were . unablo to obtain aecom muta tions. One summer hotel has enlarged its plant by putting up camps and tent bungalows, which have been very )np u!ar with the guests, and the proprietor expects to put up more next year. Many tourists stop only occasionally at the hotels, ami automobile camping parties are now frequent sights along Vermont roadsides. They tome from every, state in the union and Canada. The camps are full in most localities where cot tages are rented. Thirty-seven different states are also represented in the boys' and girls' camps, bringing tMsunds of boys and girls and their parents into the state each summer. The publicity department publishes annually booklets descriptive of Ver mont, and advertises and distributes these pamphlet outside the state for the purpose of giving the public addi tional information concerning Vermont. Besides numerous publications of inter est to the tourist, such as Motor Tours in ermont and Green Mountains ot Vermont, the state also publishes a di rectory of hotels and boartling houses called Where to Stop Wheu in Ver mont, in which any reputable hotel or summer boarding House keeper may ad )TT y TrVT f nC'C TXT vertise free of charge. A list of Ycr-j lilLiLiUJiN LUM UN iiinnt f Itnu tjiV t:J In Iwuit lit t nontnni.' iiioui. t i i mi-' t a t-i i ia " iv i i. i villain ing lists of Vermont, cottages for rent' or for sale, and a booklet of summer homes in Vermont for sale, are also published, in all of which any owner of Vennont property may advertise, free of charge. The almve information was gathered in an attempt made to check up on the value of this advertising. There are not enough Vermont cot tages to" go around. One cottage owner in ergennes writes: "mere nave been more calls for cottage this season than for the last ihree seasons put together, arrl I think there wll be more next summer as people are beginning to real ize the beauties of Lake ( hamplain and thf mountains." If every cottage owner had 'he spirit of this cottage owner from Lake Metn- phremagog, it would not take long to make ermont the foremost vacation playground of New Kii'dand. He writes "I received letters oF application for cottages from Maine, Massachusetts. New ork, Pennsylvania, and Nnv Hampshire, probably l. in number this" season, all mentioning the-- -ottage rental looklet. I had rented mv cot tage previous to these applications, but in each c;ise of p letter coming from people reading the booklet. T replied and gave- full information in rerrd to other -ottage. aNii a description of our lovely lake and surrounding country The pat few seasons have brought many strangers to us. and I believe the plan of advertising to 1k a wonderful one for Vermont. 1 cm now tryinz to ?urch:isA land to build another cottage this fall. T believe one hundred cot tages could be rented if land could be secure' for them around this lake, as I have bad man-- inquiries besides those coming from the booklet advertising. I appreciate the privilege of this opoor t unity, to .advertise very, very much." will begin delivering milk from our herd vegetable garden on the Barber farm next Monday morning Putney, Vt at 10e. per quart for bulk milk and 12c. per bottle. Our cows are under federal supervision and are tested for tuberculosis every year. A phone call ',)-.: or postal Apply to II. L. Bailey 15G-1G1 LOST. Reward if re- 155-1." IlKT T,,,,r.l, ..f card will bring our service to your door. i ( , ', 'r,,,.;-,,,.' '" (I J. Perkins Son. 1 53-154 1 - - ' ia i.- i , c. .veils restaurant, pair TO BE WELL DRESSED your furs rimless glasses. Finder please return to must be up-to-date. u remodel, repair tne resta-.:r v.t or t Elizabeth A. Brown 1 1. -.11 1-:.,.!.. C ' . e ' ' l i . miu iiiuKc uii muu ui iur Ka"u"iw iuiu 1 1'iHMM .rosuy oiocK, and receive re- tlie latest style. If you have any tanned ward. 155-157 . .. .. .. ...I .-.- : . . . ' n n-i nn . 1 tfi u 1 1 1 (l ill 111 ctivm nc 1 1 1 iqu u ii Vl uict&TT them up into chokers, scarfs, muffs, etc. You take no chances. You get the same fkins back. We do all our own tanning, repairing and making. Send goods by par cel post. We will tell you cost before starting work. R. L. Bordeaux, Quality furs, high grade taxidermy. 32 Central Square, Keene, N. H. 'Phone G58-M. 142-tf MILK FOR SALE We have pur chased the milk route formerly owned by Mr. Tubbs, and more recently by II. T. Moore, and will give service to the patrons Sof this route on and after August 2S. Our prier will be 10c. per quart for bot tled i. ilk. With our sanitary machinery "we are able to put out milk in bottles is cheaply as in the can and we propose pto give our trade the benefit of this labor saving equipment. We offer the high .grade of pasteurized milk which we have previously wholesaled to several of the peddlers and starting Aug. 31 we will offer also a high grade of raw milk from some of our picked Guernsey dairies. We recommend a trial of our cream. Our milk can be purchased from no carts ex cept our own. We are ready to deliver anywhere in the east villaage and a 'phone call brings our service to. your floor. Tel. 1110. AY. C. Co-operative Milk Produc es Inc. ir5-lu7 WANTED AT ONCE A High -Grade Young Man Preferably with experience, to sell Men's Furnishings Saturday afternoons from 3 p. m. to 10 p. in. Good opportunity for right party References required. RepljC to A. B. C, REFORMER :, WANTED Boy Over 16 Brattleboro Baking Co. CARL F CAIN Juiir.BCIIANTTA I LO R 109 Main Street AUCTION Thursday, Sept. 1, 1921 at 1 o'clock p. m. The L. B. Reed house on Fair Ground road and household furniture, includ ing Deus, bedding, range, sewing ma chine, etc. L. B. REED. A. G. Gallup, Auctioneer. AUCTION Saturday, September 3 1 O'clock P. M. MRS. O. EDW. ANDERSON 11 West Street Household Goods, including beds, chairs, piano, kitchen utensils, etc. A. G. GALLUP, Auctioneer. Automobile Service Run on Eastern Standard Time NORTHFIELD and BRATTLEBORO Daily Except Sunday Leave P. M Northfield. George's Pharmacy. 12.10 East Northfield. V. V. Huffum's Store 12.30 South Vernon. E. H. Buff urn's Store 12.M Central Park ,. 12.r0 ernon Store Arrive Brattleboro 1-0 Ieave Brattleboro, Root's Pharmacy . 4.00 Vernon Store 20 Central Tark 4.30 South Vernon. E. B. Buffum'a Store 4-45 East Northfield. C. P. Buffum's Store .1 .R0 Arrive Northfle'd 6.00 Order Book at Root's Pharmacy, Brattleboro, Vt. ARTHUR LYMAN Northlleld, Mass Telephone 114-3 AUTOMOBILE SERVICE RUK OK EASTERN STAHDARD TIMX TOWNSHEND TO BRATTLEBORO AND RETURN DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY Le lit Trip 2d Trlf Townahend, ChaaVi Stor. 6.1 S a.m. 11.30 a. to. Newfano Ion. 6.30 a. m ;t.50a.m. VVilliamavill Station. 6.50 a.ix 12.05 p.m- West Dummertton Store, Arrive Brattleboro. Leave Brattleboro, Roof Pharmacy. West Dummeraton Store. williamsTillo Station. Newfane Inn, Arnye Towtabend. Order book at Root' Pharmacy, Brattleboro. L S. SAYRE, Townshend, Vt. Telephone. Newfane, 34-31. 7.05 a.m. 12.20 p.m. 725 a.m. 12.44 pxi. 9.15 a.m. 4.00 p-m. 9.35 a.m. 4.21! p.m. 9.55 a.m. OS p.m. 10.10 a.m. 4.55 p.m. 10.25 a.m. 5.10 pm. INIOTOR wrecks JUDGE SHUTS UP SPECTATORS. Threatens Them with Imprisonment If They Hans Around Court. CIIIOAGO. A n . ."A -Thirty-two sport a tors in Judgi .Tosofih Scbulman's mornl.4 -fiirt were looked in thf bull pen two hours yesterday by order of the judee and then dismissed with wnrniiijr that in the future spectators would be given 20 clays in the workhouse. "'This is no place to spend your vaca tion or your spare minute at the ex pense of the uoor n fortimates brought hero." .ludere Sohulman said. "The next time any 'rubberneck is found in this court he will spend 20 days in the workhouse." WANTED Men and Women Snow Flake Canning Co. RUTH A. BALDWIN Public Stenographer TYPING of all kinds Room 27 American Bldx. Office 411 Res. 74-M WANTED BoysforSundayRoute Brattleboro News Company NOTICE Public Auto Service Day or Night New Cleveland Six ... Tel. 3G-W. L. I. SNOW r Tel, fi75 Nights and Sundays J Office 33 Main St. Ladies' and Gentlemen's Clothes CLEANED, PRESSED AND ALTERED Satisfaction Guaranteed - Prompt Service U l-H; Brooks House Baeber Shop . J.3VI.MRRY PIANO and ORG.N TUNER Prompt and Efficient Tuning 92 So. Main St. " TeL 1118-W Evenings, Holidays and Sundays Wednesday Afternoons During Summer: Carneyfs Auto Service 21 THOMAS. STREET Telephone C81-R PIANO TUNING EDWARD F. LEITZINGER 'Phone Iiouse after 6 p. m., or Barber Music Store J Chiropodist Announcement by DR. ELIZABETH P. BAILEY As I am to be out of town this winter I have made arrangements with Dr. Elizabeth Brings to have charge ,of my office, and I hereby introduce her to my patients. Dr. Rriggs is a graduate of the New York School of Chiropody, cJas of 1912, and has practiced i:i NewYork city and Florida. By permission of the secretary of the state medical hoard she will take charge of my practice on September 12, at 207 Barber Building, 'Phone 406. 12,000 Deaths and 1,500,000 Serious Injuries in 1920-IIeavy In surance Claims. NEW YOIJ.K, Aug. Automobiles caused 12,nm Ueatha and 1,300,000 nou latal but serious injuries in the United States in 1920, according to statistics in today'.- issue of thee Insurance Press. Economic losseo resulting from disabil ities caused bv the automobile in the year, including property damages and incidental losses, exceeded ?1,K)0,W)0,(HK1, it is declared. "Entirely eliminating the casualty companies," says the magazine, "upon which doubtless the claims resulting from motor accidents are the largest and heaviest, and limiting the losses from death only to companies transact -hit; exclusively life insurance, a close es timate has been made that $!,." 10,000 was paid by the life Insurance compan ies in death claims from automobile fatalities during the year lft"20." Whiln considered extraordinarily large for a single class of fatalities this amount is o"' a small part of the total of life insurance distributions for 1920. the total for that year for the United States and Canada Winn estimated at s1,oo2.ik!.4:?4. Of this sum, says the Insurance lress death claims, matured endowments and annuities amounted to 79,2i i.i n0. Payments in dividends to I olicy holders and for lapsed, surrend ered and purchased policies agareoated .-1ii.'",ih0. and the commuted value of, insurance claims awarded for the yearj bv tiie Bureau of War Bisk insurance, amounted to lu9..'y.).4.?4. j Largest among the death claims set-1 tied in the year was the "w1' paid to the beneficiaries ff Wallace L. Pierce of Boston, who was the president of the S. S. pierce company, an importing and trrocery lirm and also a rtlrector of the Ktiuitable Assurance Society of New York and of the New England Mutual Life. GOOD PARTRIDGE SEASON. Sports Should Not Clean Out Birds After Two Years' Protection. MONTPELIER, Aug. SO. Vermont hunters will have the- privilege of takim partridges this year on which there has been a closed season for two years, and according to woodsmen partridges are plentiful. The game may be taken and possessed (luring the month of October only. y Fish and (lame Commissioner Sheldon says reports to him show the game is numerous and he hopes the open season rush will not cause them to be entirely depleted. The closed season has given partridges a good start and if they can maintain the lead there is good hunting ahead. The limit is four partridges and four woodcock in one day and a season limit of 2." each. The season for duck, geese, snipe and plover begins Sept. It' and ends Dee. 1, or rather Nov. ,'0, inclusive. . The fish and game department has put out about a million and a half of finger- nngs this season. DISTRICT NO. 2 Brattleboro High School Fall Term Begins Wednesday, September 7, 1921 Doors will be open at 8.30 a. m. for seniors, juniors and sophomores. Fresh men will not report until 11 a. m. Consultation hours with Principal Caverly for parents and pupils: Friday. Sept. 2, 0-12 a. m. ; 2-4.30 p. m. Tuesday, Sept. C, 0-12 a. m. All who intend to be pupils in the HUNGARIAN TREATY SIGNED. Officials of Two Countries Exchange Fe licitations After Signing. BUDAPEST, Aug. 30 (Associated Press). The treaty of peace between the United States and Hungary was signed here yesterday afternoon by Foreign Min ister Banff y and ("rant Smith, United States commissioner here. The treaty was signed in the palace occupied by the American mission nt 6 p. m. After the signatures were affixed Mr. Smith and Minister Banff y shook hands cordially Mr. Smith voicing the satisfaction of the United States that friendly relations be tween the two countries had been re established. Replying Minister Banffy said the conclusion of peace would con siderably strengthen the friendship already existing between the two nations. CHESTER MAN FINDS BOOZE. Went to Springfield to Find It and Gets SO Days In Jail. SPRINGFIELD. Mass., Aug. 30. Wil liam Anderson.. '22. who confessm ti I Judge Thomas ( Malley that he came all the way from Chester, Vt., for the express school this year and who have not filed purpose-Of getting drunk in Springfield their elective blank with the principal and who admitted that he succeeded m should do so during the hours mentioned ! his mission, beaded a delegation of IS above j ''drunks" in district court yesterday, one .MaKe-up examinations xuestiay, .Sep tember 0, at 0 a. m . Typewriters to be returned Tuesday, SAVE YOUR TREES rProofngy Bolting, Cavity Work! J. LYONS .: 23L Box 343, Brattleboro, Vt. DISTRICT NO. 2. Brattleboro Graded Schools Fall Term Opens September 7. Miss Florence M. Wellman. Superin tendent of Schools, will be at her office in the High School Building - Friday. Sept. 2. 9-12 a. in.: 2-4.30 p. m. Tuesday Sept. 0, 9-12 a. m. Examination for pupils who . have been tutored this summer will be given Friday, September 2. i Parents who wish to enter children for the first time in the graded schools hriTrtaTff?OTr-wtth , ;Mis-s ellmau on either of the days mentioned of the largest over-Sunday hauls fcince prohibition went into effect. Anderson said he. couldn't get anything to drink in his home town, but had heard that Springfield had soinHhing of a repu tation as . an oasi. Judge Malley .gave mm oil nays. ALL BlbS TOO HIGH. Greenfield Refuses to Contract for Odd Fellows' Building. GREENFIELD, Mass., -Aug. 30. Proposals for the construction ot'the new building for the Odd Fellows on Federal street were received Saturday night, and all were rejected as being too high. Once, if a girl was not married at 30. her life must be failure and tragic. But now women marry at all ages, and it is considered idle to speculate whether they will mate or not. 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