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THE. BRATTLEBORO DAILY REFORMER. THURSDAY, -'OCTOBER C, 1921.
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS 5 cents a line jSLrst insertion; 2 cents a lino each subsequent insertion. Cash in Advance. Minimum Charge, 20 cents. WANTED FOR SALE WANTED Girls- at the White Mfg. FOR S A Co. ... . v,.,. . , v - lt2-tftTeLAM-4. ' WANTED Stock to winter Sncok Farm, Tel. 'J27-Y. lsMf FOR SALE Dry wood. Perley Tlante. ... -tr WANTED Oirl for -work." 14 Chapin Kt. WANTED Church iH. Boarders. Phone, 342-M general honse- 1 lst tf ""Trs. It. I. is 1-5 SO i ' WANTED Girl or woman to work in 4 2 .,., Rrottlohnra Tiakinz Co. li-tf B tU IV. ..- " WANTED To trade- Ford touring car for roadster. Tel. 21S-13. isl-lsQ V V-VliTiJ' innrtinoilh at OOCe. TVO or three. rooms with bath.' Tel 170-W. 184-tf WANTED-Miirl' or woman-' to help with housework. Tel. 1013-M, 148 Canal o.. ' lSO-tt .CIV. FOR SALE- 92 So. Main St. -Reservoir range, $10. . 1S2-1S7 FOR SALE Cotton flour sacks 25 foi $1.50. 97 Main St. 13(-tf FUR SALE House at Ten rooms. Call 173 M. 3 Chanin St.-177t FOR SALE Silo in good 1). E. McElhinny. Tel. 7.11. FOR SAI.E white boar pigs. -Thoroughbred Call 1!U-W. condition. lSti 18S Chester lN.ltf. WANTED OJiipetent help for general housewtfrk. Mrs. C. A. Harris, t ojin St. 9. C. . 175 t WANTED Immediately, two wait- at the Childs Tavern, Wilmington, Vt. 182-1S7 WANTED Good, medium, heavy, 2 horse nqok.-.nolden & Martin Lumber Co." 1U-tt WYNTED An experienced man for running double edger. llox 412, Brattle boro. ls.t-tf WANTED Painting and paper hang ing wnrk at fiOc. an hour. L. li. ciars, Tel. C04-M. 15S-tf WANTED Six good choppers for cut ting wood and logs. J. II. Thompson. Krattleboro, Vt. ISMSt " WANTED 1,000 fowls, 25c. a pound live weight. Send card, M. Black, Box 283. . Braitreboro. ; sr 151-tf "wAVTFJ-t-Cider aDnTes at Krattle boro depot Sat. Oct. 8 and Mon. Oct. 10. V Tl WeTlmnn . ' - 181-188 WANTED Would buy a few fresh cows, also calves, at the market price. II. G. Smith, Tel. 132. 175-tf WANTED A furnished apartment Oct. 1st. Communicate with Mrs. Charles Blandy, Spofford Lake. 167tf WANTED By married man, general work or position as janitor. Address "Work," care Reformer Office. lst T.tl WANTED A middle-aged woman for housework in a family of two adults. Ad dress Box 114, So. Londonderry. Vt. j ls:-l'.)l WANTED Two unfurnished, connect ing rooms fur light housekeeping. Must be centrally located. Address "L," care Reformer or 'phone 032-M. 182-tf WANTED Horses to board by day or week, also transient trade; feeds 2.V. hitches in barn 15c,, hitches under shed 10c. Brooks House Stable, Tel. 53-X. 184 tf WANTED To hear from producers of fine quality apples and winter vegetables. 1 will sell on reasonable commission. Sup ply the home market first. Tel. C.01-R. M. A. Stark, Brattleboro. Vt. 180-191 "FARM WANTED Twenty to 00 acres. Good buildings. Fruit, sugar or chard and timber. Price , must be low. Let me know what you have anyway : it may be the one I'WiH want. Address F. O. Briggs, general .delivery, Brattleboro. 1SU-1NS FOR SALE An 8-horse power gaso line engine. Grant Granite Co. 177tf FOR SALE Furniture and" ranges new and second-hand, at J. B. Dunton's. FOR SALE Dry hard wood, chunks or split. E. E. Mather, Tel. 13-5. 174-tf FOR SALE A couple of two-tenement houses on Myrtle street. C. B. Crowell. 40-tf FOR SALE Modern 3-tenement house at. 23 Spruce St. Inquire at 230 Elliot St. 179-tf FOR SALE Building lots on Bel mont Ave. Inquire 44 Fairview St. Tel. 73-M. 1S3-1SS FOR SALE Parlor coal stove used onlv last winter. Imruire 9 Myrtle St. Tel'. 20 J. 182tf FOR OFICK SALE Cheap, Duplex Crawford range, practically new. Inquire 22 Pearl St. 186-tf SALE -Potatoes, .81.50 per 10 rods from E. Putney Depot Blanehard. 181-193 FOR bushel. G. E FOR'SALE Hay, Green Mt. potatoes, S. C. White Leghorn yearling hens. Scott Farm, Tel. 227-Y. 180-tf FOR SALE Squashes. 52.00 per hun dred. 82.50 delivered. II. K. Hamilton, West nAve. 1 84-189 FOR SALE No. 1 heavy old oats, 00 cents per bushel, $1.50 per bag. Brattleboro Grain Co. 171-tf FOR SALE Kitchen coal range, hot water front, first class condition. E. L. Knowlton, 73 Central St. 170-tf FOR SALEDry hard wood, stove length, .$12 per cord, cash on delivery. E. L. Partncnter, Guilford. Vt. 183-lss FOR SALE Cheap, lCWord" biiggy. 1 . refrigerator, 1 cottage organ and cider vinegar. A. B. Goodale, Western Ave. J 1 8 11 80 FOR SALE Mixed 4 ft. and stove wood. Harold Bryant. Homestead Farm, Chesterfield, N. II. 'Phone 19-13. Spof- lord. 1S5-197 FOR SALE Smith visible typewriter, model .No. 9, nearly new. Rupert Harris, West Brattleboro, Tel. 211-3. Call after 7 p. m. 172 tf WANTED Make extra money easily Sell our accident and sickness policies inl vour snare time. $5,000 weekly benefit, for - $1 yearly. Address, Mgr. Sales Agents, Premier Dept. Box 250, West Swauzey, N. II. C. W. Hinds. 184-189 SPECIAL NOTICES HAVE GOOD TEAM, sleighs and wagon. Want steady job. Coady, Pep perell, Mass. 1.S4-191 CHIROPODIST Dr. Briggs at Dr. Bailev's office, 207 Barber block, 'phone 000. "Residence 439-.I. 182-tf FOR SALE We are now ready to de liver a nice lot of strictly dry slab wood Also mixed four foot wood. Holden & I Martin Lumber Co. 158-tf run js.Ai.r-j .Mixed wood, .( per cord for chunks, .S2 per cord for split. All orders cash on delivery. 'Crystal Springs Ice company. 182-1S7 FORAiTE Four-weeks' -old pics S4. ensilage cutter and blower mounted on thicks, to oe purcnasea at vour own price. G. J.' Perkins & Son. Tel. 9-22. 150-tf DRY HARD WOOD for sale sawed in stove lengths. $12.(H a cord delivered. William Reid, Box 87, Route 3, Brattle boro. FOR SALE Cement brick. . JJMK) nth VVlO,0XT, or 25,000. Make permanent ever- laniniS luiiuutj ur u IllJt'tJ Willi llie, UT- ter draft less subject to creosote. C. E. Allen. 179-11)7 FOR SALE Aprons, towels, handker chiefs, holders. Also aprons made to or der and quilts tied to order. Twentieth Century club, West Brattleboro. Tel. 553-M. lS;-ls7 MJR SALE Rest quality potatoes, $1.75 luishel delivered, carrots, $1.25 bu. delicious sijiia-h. ."! cts. lb. cabbage 2. cts. lb. 1. II. Wright. West Brattleboro Tel. 13-2. 1S3-1SS F R SALI BARGAINS IN MAGAZINES Most favorable terms on single subscriptions or on reduced club rates. Send for booklet. Brattleboro News Co. 1-tf The fifthave7corset co.. INC., has secured Hattie Warren, 127 Main St., to demonstrate their latest models in corsets. Write or 'phone 579-M. 109-193 MIDDLE-AGED AMERICAN woman wants position as cook in small hotel or hoarding hwise.- -No other work. State wages. Address "Worker", Reformer of- A new No. 0121 Crawford furnace, ni'ver been installed. Will sell at a sacriliee for quiek sale: first come. 1S0-188 urst served. Merle W. Cobleigh, West t hestertleld, -V II. 12-tf 1-Olt SALE While, they last, pota toes at my home .1.;0, to be delivered $1.(. per bushel: also calJwiges an,d winter turnips. John Warren Hamilton. ernon t. Tel. 7S-23. 1 s.'Ms.K FOR SALE An extra nice driving horse, age , weight Ki'.'O. c-olor dark bav. good loader, with a half mile record of 1 .1 i V- in a Concord buggv. See O. F 184-187" ALL WOOL KNITTING YARN for pale, dirpct from manufacturer, at 75e., $1.25 and $1.50 a pound. Postage paid on $5 orders. Write or samples. II. A. Bartlett, Harmony, .Me. - - 1G21.88 MAGAZINESAT LOWEST PRICES Write me aWiujt, hat" magazines you want for the comings year. I can get them for you at moaey paving prices. Mrs. G. M. Love, Magazine Specialist, South New faperVt. - ' ; 1-tf OCTOBER IS IERE: Just . a few more weeks arnf. tLe frosrty winds of win ter will be chilling J'ou through. Be prepared to - resist them. by. sending or bringing in youir furs at once for repair and remodeling.'. W e repair, remodel and make all kinds of fur garment Iliggins, Hinsdale, N. II. Tel. 12-11. 1SC.-187 FOR SALE A carload of West River valley potatoes, extra fine quality, will arrive soon. I will deliver at less than retail price. Order your winter, supply now while they are cheap. Tel. Ool-R. M. A. Stark. lsl-191 FOR SALE One Ford car in fine con dition, or would exchange for horses; one llockwell & Sherwin buggy, one (Vmcord buggy, driving harness, one pair black horses, weight 2,100. Brooks House Stable. Tel. 53-X. 184-tf FOR SALE One Ford truck, good one. one dump cart and buggy, four sets of blacksmith tools and wheelwrights tool new Sarben wheels, 40 new odd wheels. all kinds of furniture, some very nice ma hogany antiques. Tel. 017-M. lKtj-tf FOR SALE, HORSES W;e will arriv, i Oct. ( with express load of horses. Will tan and make upL furs' from "skins vou have pair blue roan mares 3200; two pair rurnisn. it. Bordeaux. Furrier and Taxidermist, 32" 'Central Square, Keene. N. II. ... 105-tf LOST. LOST In West Chesterfield. N! II., twsrhep. , ndr netiy,.Glenhani Jones. ' . . , , . , 190-192 LOST Sept. 23, bone rimmed, gold bowed spectacles in large black case. Finder please return to desk at J. E. MannVfcst-d-re-l ' -. lj3-tf LOSTSaturdav aft-ernoon Veeder hub odometff "letwe"eh fBrattleboro and Dum mersto Center. -'Finder --please notify-Mr. Shaw of tW TeleplioBp 'Chi.- 1 " 179-tf I to Do Young Bfstvt with use of Ford truck de. 6ires vfark out of school hdurS.,' Telephone 142-W. ' ; WANTED si i ' Willing girl to work in store Address 4?:WIIling,', Keformer Office FRANK A. SNOW : yiolinl teacher Call T f7i-!a 10utney Road grays L'i(M) to 3(K)0; live pair bays 2000 to 3200; balance single horses il(M to J,)IK) .lbs. . lhe.s horses are ail- young sound, good, broke and ready for work All horses sold are warranted as retire sented. Guilford & Wood Horse Co.. F S. Wood, Prop.. Shelburue Falls. Muss lei. IU-.J. 1S;i-l)2 TO RENT St. 'lO 1CLM Room up stairs. 0 Olark - - .-- 183.18S TO RENT Room,- Mrs. G.' W'. Hud Son. 4 Spring St. 185-190 TO RI-TNT-alr- furnished. -A thrce-roOni apartment Tel. (517 M. l,s(;-tf TO IiENT Two or three rooms for light housekeeping, centrally located Call 391-W. r 14-1 SO TO IiENT Furnished house, 7 rooms trom Aovember to .June. Miss Addie. M Bailey. 108 Canal St. 185-tf TO RENT Six room tenement, sec ond floor, at 27 Western Ave., November first. mono 40-1. 14-19 TO RENT Furnished room, conven lently located, woman preferred. Ad dress Box 18, Reformer office. 174-tf Ladies' and Gentlemen's Clothe3 CLEANED. PRESSED AND ALTERED Satisfaction Guaranteed Prompt Service Brooks House Barber Shop 1 SIMONDS : . S AWSS I Complete stock of Simonds high grade hand saws, Si monds cross-cut and Simonds files. CHAS. F. fVaANN SG Main TEL 38 89 Mala Aatostrop Safety Raiors 30-tay Freo TrUL Carl A. Mitchell ' UNDERTAKER Lady Attendant 1 80 Main Street Telephone 83-1-W or 831-R SO IT 1 1 NEW FANE. The-monthly service at the Marlboro Rrancli, .schoolhouse. will-, be held Friday evening of this-wci.k. .. ! o r. 1 r . Mr. and Mrs. Alton Morse of Raid win Place, N. V., are guests of Mrs. Morse's brother, Eubert W. Shcpurd, ami Mrs. Shcpurd. .. - - Mrs!- liondigan, -whty'lliti boarded with Miss Ella J. Stratton more than four months, went Tuesday to' her home town, Agawam, 'Marts.'', .', , ..' ; . Governor., and Mr,sj James. Havlness, en route, to East lover . Fridaju culled at the village scholiouse to greet Mrj. John Whitaker,' and shake hanU- , twj,th the children. ...... Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Stratfon,. ,Mr. a)id Mrs. Frank Rrockctt. and tw.o children,. Franklin ahd (Jeneva of Suffie.ld, Conn., were visitors at the Valley fair Vd later called on friends in town,. .V-' . ... Mr. and Mrs. Dwight E. Iiailey, Mrs. Earl Dickinson and (vips, Dorothy and Donald Dickinson, of Agawam, Mass., at tended Valley fair and visited. Mrs. Abbie M. Kelsey a few days, returning home Saturday. . Mr. and" Mrs. Henry, .O. Rowker of Syracuse, N. Y., called on friends in the village Tuesday. They attended the Val ley fair last week and have been motoring over tlie erniont lulls to enjoy the au tiimn foliage. ' ,',v-, -. Mr. and Mrs. William Muridcll, Mis Lovell & Telfer RraitlflKiro Oldest Reliable Hardware Store 1 IF you are about to re-ihingle .1 .t your noute, or 10 cay a tooi covering for your new home, it will be to your advantage to conuder . AapkaK LOWEST INSURANCE RATES 1 rim Brattleboro Garage AUTHORIZED SALES AND SERVICE STATION FORD MOTOR COMPANY PARTS AND ACCESSORIES The Ford Coupe The Ford Car is so simple in con struction, so dependable in its ac tion, so easy to operate and handle that anjlMidy can safely drive it. The FORD COUPE, permanently enclosed with sliding glass whi tlows, is coy and roomy, has all the FORD economies of operation and maintenance and is a car that you. your wife, your son, your daughter, will be proud to own and drive. JokE. Smith& Company Corner Main and High Streets . BRATTLEBORO, VERMONT AUCTION The subscriber will sell at, Public Auc tion, at his residence two miles from Putney, and five miles from Westminster, IN EAST PUTNEY, VT. Monday, October 10, 1921 At 10 O'clock, a, 111. 1 , ' REAL ESTATE-fThe farm contains !." acres, more or less, l'j story house, barn.- aud other sinoll buildings, with plenty of water. PERSONAL PROPERTY Live Stock One horse, fcood driver; 2 shoatex mid yearling hens. .Farming Tools, etc. Two-horse wagon with pole and shafts. Concord buggy, top carriage, shM, sleigh, mowing machine, spring tooth har- I row, corn slielle.r, famrtng jinll. good plow. .'5 other plows, ice plow, ire tongs, , I .- i r work harness. 2 driving harness, , cross-rut saw, grain cradle, large iron kettle, neck yoke, whiffletrers, rl.ains. I s hovels, hoes, rakes, ete. Eix tons of 1 hay. j Household Goods, etc. Five bed-teads, . bed springs, I mattresses, feather beds. bedding, commodes, bureaus, dining ta blo and chairs. 2 sofas, folding bed, inir nrs. 1 Stewart, range, a good one; chunk stove, parlor, stove, .'-burner oil stove, oil heater, I. S. cream separator,' 2 clocks, 2 good show cases, washing ma chine, wringer, tubs, vacuum cleaner, t Sal. jar, crockery, tinware, glassware, etc. Terms made known at time of sale.' Sale iKjsittve, rain or shine. . DANA S. ANGIERj. ' ". K. .X'itirxa, Auctioneer. J Your buildings are only as good as tlwir ntofs. A well covered roof means both PROTECTION AND PRESERVATION LOVELL & TELFER 110 MAIN STREET SATISFACTORY SERVICE Helen Garad and Miss Madeline Garad of Saratoga Springs, N. Y.. ' w!v were vis itors at the Valley fair, spent" several days with Mr. Mundell's brother. Allie F. Mundell, and family. Mr. Mundell anil lirother went Ihursiinv on- a husiness trip to Clareiiiont. N. II. Miss Olive Mundell was at h.-.ine over the week-end. .Mr. Scarpa ti. who Narded at Mr. Mini dell s a month, has gone t- anada' to visit 111s mother neiore returning to it is New York city home. SUBSCRIBE FOR THE 'REFORMER FOR SALE Quantity of Cement West Dummerston Plant Twin State Gas and Electric Company FOR SALE Two tenement modern Iwmse, all birth finish. Good location, new seven years ago. Also a fi-room cottage house, all birth finish, modern every way. PRICES RIGHT See me at once if you want a good home lefore the other fellow gets ahead of you. WILLIAM C. HORTON REAL ESTATE AGENT 19 Brook Street FOR SALE Cottage House Of seven rooms and bath. This house strictly modern and can be bought at a bargain seldom offered. NOTICE ! To Ice Consumers' Our ice supply is practically exliausled and this is to ask all our patrons to-con serve tlieir ice anil tlo with as lit t le as IMissible. All those who can do without will confer a favor on us, and on people wlMiiiust have it, by discontinuing its use the remainder of the season. We Ikivc iMiught several carloads from wholesale dealers and arc informed by then, bula; tt hat their supply is very- nearly all gone and that there is doubt about their supplying us more than another week or so as there is 11 ire they can buy any where. We can probably supply our regular customers from two to four weeks longer, but after that unless people conserve or do without now, ice will he practically ah unknown article. Crystal Springs Ice, Wood and Trucking Co. Mrs. Martha Calef-White ELECTRIC NEEDLE SPECIALIST For the Removal of Hair and Moles Twenty.five Years Experience. Will" he at Mis -Griffin's" Toilet Parlor, Brattleboro, Vt, October 10-13. Boston- office,- 2 Parks Square, corner Boylston street, Room :'... John L. Howard The Real Estate Man Stove Wood FOR SALE Having purchased a quantity of wood from a customer of ours, we are prepared to fill orders prompt ly. Terms cash. Telephone your orders to 610. DeWITT GROCERY CO. Husband and Wife My luisband can never decide which tie to wear. M. C. G. . . What Does Your Husband Do? f' ! Copyright, 1921, George Matthew Adams i You'll want to Celebrate Nothing cheers a man up like squaring things with the future. While you're 'young and ac tive is the time to provide .:ipr your family's support in case of your premature death and for an income to fall back upon when you are disabled and after you're old. Get this protection all paid for before your earning abil ity fails. Send for rates. Connecticut General -J-ife Insurance Company - of I lartford Jitney From South Lon donderry to Brattleboro " Stopping at each town on the way. Icave Ivftndimderry at 7 a. in. Due in Hrattleboro at 9 a. in. Leave Brattleboro at ." p. in. ELMER Tl'RNER FOR SALE Dodge Roadster, 1919 model, in Al con dition. Will take Ford in trade. Write, phone or call. II. T. .BACON 9 Canal-Sy-eet FOR SALE I; IL c Browii Mare, 7 Yrs.,01d ' 5 Weight 1,200 j . A chunk, Guaranteed sound and right, fair driver and good worker 'single or double. C." A. IeWitt, Hinsdale, kS II.; Krattleboro 'Phone ! I BUILDING CLEANING Repairing Chimneys a Specialty Furnace Cleaning i ll J. CAVANALG II ... 1S8 Elliot - Street ,' : Notice--Public Auto Service J -Day or. Night , ' New Clevcland-Sixf "tT L 'Snow, Tel. 36-W, or Tel. 673 nights abI Sundays. Office S3 Main' St. Flash Lights Come in and give them the once over. . t Batteries that stand highest test at 25cf 30 and 35c each. ' ' ' At V - . ; II. M. WOOD'S The Sporting Goods Man 64 Main Street WhichCostsMpre? To Have Insurance and Not Need It OR To Need Insurance and ' fjc1ieral InsuntnceAKeiicy . L Itflfitk liloclt ; lirattlebof Xt: -ft- RUTH A: BALDWIN Pabllc StQTapher i TIPINtfH t. of aU kinds . Room 27 ' Anvc ricna . RIdr. Office 411 ReA Vm-Mj , G. W. CUSHMAN f!27 Main St- Ground Floor Tel. 2S9 Buy, sell or exchange Old gold, sil ver. watches, diamonds, guns,- sporting goods, tools, talking machines and -records, antiques, field glasses, musical in struments, hooks Tools sharpened, as knives, scissors, saws, cU .. ..l-.e.. . ... . ...,.,i.?,4f. ... ... r. '-; KVEIIMOJNT. INVESTMENT v Hum uiuiiiun - J. " K; ; ; '- '; ;. ;'' ; V 'Investment securities . , -,i:rr- - - -: ' List of urrcnt Offerings Furnished on Application. . . t -., ,: .- : ... Phone 55 Room 1, American Bldg., Brattleboro i O ' Saving Miles of Steps 0! WITHacheckfeook and few postage stamps you can pay the" monthly bills. Your can celled check is a receipt for every bill. It is the safe md con-' venient.wav. As one of our women depositors said: "Since keeping a bank account for House-. hold expenses, I have saved miles of steps. I simply mail my check and forget it." in! 1 1 ir.l m Pi! lei! mi Li 0 Peoples National Bank BRATTLEBORO, VT. o c o o o to o c The Law Decrees If you do not make a will, do you know how the law will divide your estate? Men who are devoted fathers. would-be shocked to learn how their neglect in making a will may' inflict hardship on their deal ones. . " Drop in some time and talk this matter over with our trust officer. Decide whether the cold majesty of the law or you yourself will apportion- your estate. ; . . - ,...y.t. A-iz Brattleboro Trust Co. Brattleboro. Vt. ; Growing With Our "Bank Every line of business is ii , branch of a bank;" drawing financial sustenance through- , banking connections of sornei kind. 'A bank becomes strong v I X mrlSfO? ty having these strong business e branches. The branches grow; strong by being a part of the Join- your t:nng'( business force nith ciirs'ciKcI Ut as'ill gtdry together for 7 '' tlie gocJ of cur community. '. : .r '. Vermont National Bank '7 , ' Brattleboro, Vt. " ' Safety . Strength Service El