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THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY REFORMER. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1921.
G CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS . i i 5 cents a line first insertion; 2& cents a line each subsequent insertion. 1 ' jfjash in Advance. .Minimum Charge, 20 cents. WANTED FOR SALE I'OY WANTED !7 Main St. 221 -tf "WANTED Girls at the White Mfg. . 172-tf V VXTKTJ ExjrieiK fMl band sawyer. Apply Kol-tal. Taylor & Co. 221-22U W VNTKD'-iWtUgwV man. Rm milker. . T. K.M.-ad. lirattlehoro. .218 22:i WAiTI'I Dressmaking. Ohiltfron's Vork-a jTiiii-wityr-'XIrs. DalryiajiU'.-;Tet. 2U'Y. .' .. L . -yr; . WANTED I'ainting md paiwr hang- work at 5'ic. an hour. Ij. n- l!ir-(W-M.:','-f'i.;. - l;S-tt FOR SALE Dry wood. Tel. S34-4. Perley Tlanto. 7-tf FOIt SALE Tel. 14-G. -Wood. E. M. I,vnl 21C-227 Ft)R SAEE Two-tonenient house. 12 Beach St. Tel. r.2(-W. JI()0-tf FOR" SALE i'arlor stove, cheap. Fred C'Browfi, 0 Bullock St; ' ' !ftKS-tf FOIt SALE Beech and maple wood. F. E.-GamtneW-TeK 211-12. - 217-2.'i5 room, St. hoat, 221-tf in?t Tel. '''ANTED Girl, 17, desires a position for children or as mother's helper. . :U2-T1. - --tf TO RENT Furnished Might' ami Lath.' 14 Forest i " FOR S A L E A n 8-horse. power gnso lihe engine. Grant Granite Co. 177-tf ' FOR SALE Furniture I now and second-hand, at J. W iive ANTED 1,XK) fowLs. ' fight. Send card, M. BrattteBoro. "; loc. n pound Black, Box iri-tf WANTED Job, -on farm by experi enced vo.'ig man. Good milker. Address ABC 'Reformer office 2Bi-224 four-foot FOR SALE Dry hard wood, or split. E. E. Mather, Tel. 13-5. and ranges B. Dunton's. chunks 174-tf FOR SALE Fresh ground beef scraps and bone. W. 1 Richardson Co. 214 tf FOR SALE Modern 3-tenement house at 23 Snruce St. Inquire at 230 Elliot St. F )R stove. UN-.J. SALE Larj First class e Stewart condition. W ANTED lob ' cutting wnoil. niiv n mount.' .lames Johnson. 35 1 So. Ma'-! St Tel. 51 W. irl ",; ""u'W'TIMl Kitchen stove adapted for 4 alor wood, with' water front. Ad ! Foil SALE De Laval dress "Stove." care'lteformer. 21S-tf nearly new. Capacity 750 lbs. .s'ti'iti where I can take small child. ddress Mrs. Kintzel, lirattleDoro, r. ' 22 1 17!)-tf parlor T'lione lilS-tf WW er s p lianis, FOR SALE A roan worker, will work single or and gentle. Tel. CO M. WANTED Canvassers on bungalow FOR SALE Dry hard MuM have rcierences. liooert length. .1 a cord. cah on separator . E. L. Wil 221 tf horse, so d double, kind I ) i nnron; r.eup Id. fS Woodland, Lawrence, Mass. 221 L. l'armentor. Brattleboro. SPECIAL NOTICES O T. DODGE, Upholsterer.il Spruce Td. 30-1-11. VM-ti ""rTiiKOFODTST Dr. Briggs at Dr. Bailey's oifice, 207 Barber block, 'phone i0'. Residence 430-.T f . Kl'STOFF i " .. .ak-" W wood, stove delivery. E. HI FOR SALE One inch boards, 2x4's and 2" diuaens-ion, $32 delivered in Brat tleboro. C. L. Sturtevaut, Keene. 101-221 keens rust off. Stovink J. l'entland sells Krustoff. 215-255 FOIt SALE No. 10 Kennngton type writer $35, also other machines for sale and rent. F. C. Brown, 0 Bullock St TcL 294-J. 204-tf FOR SALE New Ford tire at a bar gain. Firestone Non Skid and new tubi 182-tf ; trTe Ten dollars takes both the tire 'Phone Northfield S54. and tube. 217 222 '' MtGATNS IN MAGAZINES Most FOR SALE We are now ready to de- ... ..-able i'rii.s on simrle subscriptions or .liver a nice lot of strictly dry slab wood on reiinceti club rates. Send for booklet. Also mixed cord wood sawed stove length. )-!; tlcroro- evs vjo. -i-n iioiaen ..v Jiariin ijumDer o. i.o-n llTlr 1 your live poultry. Highest! FOR SALE S. C. Aneona yearling? liiflt-ket nnces. References, Springfield and hens, R. O. and S. C. Wyandot t National Bank. J. B. Carleton, 31 Elm yearlings and hens, S. C. White Rock Sr., Springlield, Mass. 208-tf pullets. F. I. Adam, U VineSt. 210-222 -..STRAYEi) into my mowing, two Ilol-j IOR SALE Hll Ford roadster, just sfein venrlini:. Owner can have by pay- overhauled: also one Briseo touring car iac exists, also bv paving for this adver- in good condition. Address David B tisement. 1 senu Nichols, West Brattle- Houghton, Putney, Vt. Tel. C3-3 TmAGAZINES AT LOWEST PRICES Write me about what magazines you vant for the coming year. I can get them fg you at money saving prices. Mrs. G. ' M! Love, Magazine fcecialist. South New- - fjme,Vt. 1-tf i Sffl'ITION Individual or groups day oivevening in all Grammar and High i School work. Specializing in Bookkeep iit)g. Commercial Law, and all branches of English and Mathematics. William Cram, lft MarlboroAve. 3-6tf221 i "SPECIAL CASH SALE One barrel !Osota Hour, in cotton, $10.50: one barrel ,bfst- pastry Hour. $0.00 : 50 lbs. fine granulated sugar, $3.00; 2. lbs. line table saft,' Ode. To advertise our Hour, we will ell the aljove assortment for $2(1. 00. Now is the chance to buy your winter's supply.' ' sifle' closes Nov. 24. (Jet in while the going is .good. Brattleboro Grain Co., 125 El 3 lot St., 'Phone 027. 220 227. ir iMm mut inn ,mniJ,yni. " , .wu'i.i8 Scissors and Shears at 19, 69 and 89c all high grade goods and warranted cru cible steel. CHAS. F. rslAIW 88 Main , TKL 38 38 Slain Atttostrop Safetv Razors 30-Day Free Trial. 42,000 AUTO PLATES READY FOR DEC. 1 Carl A. Mitchell UNDERTAKER .Lady Attendant 180 Main Street Telephone 834-W or 834-K Brattleboro Garage AUTHORIZED SALES AND SKKVICA3 STATION FORD MOTOR COMPANY l'ARTS .NI) ACCESSORIES 205 222 .FOR SALE One dump cart, 1 two horse wagon. 2 carriages, 2 driving har ness, pair- work harness, pair light driv ing harness, pair mules, and a number of good using horses. Brooks House Stable, Tel. 53-X. 20l-tf TO RENT TO RENT McVeigh. Tel. T6RENT-improvemeuts. Modern 300-W. tenement. J. E. 215-tf I Skid Skid Non Skid Chains at John E. Smith & Company Corner Main and High Streets BRATTLEBORO, VERMONT -Six-room house, modern Inquire 14 West St. ! TO RENT Furnihe, one single room. 100 327-R. apartment, High St. 221 Mb Te ! TO RENT niture. Joel Tel. 240. -1 ry storage M. Stearns, room for fur 13 Flat St. 21 1-tf r WANTED ; - Horses to Board ' ' Hitches in barn or shed 10 cents , Feeds 25 cents. BROOKS HOUSE STABLE Tel. 53-X "Thrift is common Sense apfdied to Spending." Roosevelt. Long term or old At" Endowments save and improve what young men or women spend foj premiums, and give the proceeds, or income service, when most needed. In surance all the while too. Consult us. National Life Ins. Co. of Vt. (Mutual.) " F. C. DINES. Special Agent r Brattleboro, Vt. TO RENT Furnished and heated sin gle or double front rooms facing south. 10 Marlboro Ave. 21Q-tf TO RENT Seven-room house, hard wood finish, modern conveniences, garden. C. Hertzberg, Teh 323-W. 22o-tf TO RENT niture. The So. Mam St.. TO RENT room tenemei: adults unlv. Dry storage room for fur Grant Granite Co., 21 2o Brattleboro. Vt. 102 tf -On South Main St. f,.ur f. modern improvements, for Inquire 30 Reed St. 210 tf TO RENT OR FOR SALE Twelve mo m house, modern improvements, good barn or garage, and garden, situated cor ner Locust and Vine Sts. Tel. 752-R. 22i it f LOST. Registration for Next ' Year Begins Then Dr. Ossuod Uses No. B With out an Aeddent. ' MONTPELIER. Nov. 10. The annual rush for-automobile registration renewals at the secretary of state's office will open Dec. 1, when blanks will be sent out to the owners of the 37,140 cars registered this vear. The number of trucks regis tered was 3,407 and the number of chauf feurs licensed was .54.- Operators' li censes were issued to 44.03,5 persons and dealers' license to 201 persons. ' The number of cars registered this year was 525 greater than in 1020, and W: S. Teachout, who is in charge of fyitomobile registration, believes that the number of registrations in 1022 will be greater than this year. At any rat1, 42.000 plates for pleasure ears-Lave been ordered for 1022, and are on the way. along with 4..00 truck licenses and 1,5(KI state car licenses. All numbers will be reserved until Jan uary I. so hat owners may secure the same numbers if thev desire to do s;. Af ter that time motorists will be furnished with license as they apply. Cars are still being registered for 1021, and it is cus tomarv to receive fees for registration for the vear up into December., . The number 13 used to be returned reg ularly by the motorist who happened to receive it. It was held this year for the second time bv F. L. Osgood of Saxtons River, who has never-had an accident in spite of the supposed jinx attached to the number. Numbers ending in l.i have caused some complaint in past years. The numbers under 2nO change little from year to year. Toe number 1 has been held by Charles Warren of Waterbury for many years. Gov. James llartness had numbers 5 and 10 in 1021. Often appli cations are sent in by motorists who come in to get their plates before the applica tions have arrived. Requests for oct rain numbers and num bers of certain, kinds pass all understand ing. Many ask for the numbers of the current year. Others wane the number corresponding to the year of their birth, their wives' birthday, or the years of their marriage. Others want their registration plates the same as their telephone num bers or street numbers. A favorite request is for numbers the same as the year of graduation from college. Numbers that read the same forward and backward are also in demand. The ioker hand, with four or five nu merals tlie same, is desired by some motor ists, while others are unwilling to have their cars carry such numbers and send them back. Some of the motorists who specialize i;i burning up the highways ask for high iioxed )iunitirs which protect them from tin' watchful coi per. Garbage Collection Any resident of Brattleboro village whose garbage is not being satisfactorily collected and wishing collection made, 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 receptiilc. W. II. PERRY, Village Clerk. Per ordor commissioners. , Ladies' and Gentlemen's Clothes CLEANED, PRESSED AND ALTERED Satisfaction Guaranteed Prompt Service 4 Brooks House Barber Shop LOST Between Algiers and the Milk Plant; heavy tire chain. Italph A. Bovd. It. 3. 1 221-223 LOST Purple silk umbrella in post office. Valued as a gift. Finder please leave at Reformer office. Reward. 220-2' '2 - G. W. CUSHMAN 12? Main St, Ground Floor Tel. 239 Buy, sell or exchange Old gold, sil vcr, watches, diamonds, guns, sporting good, tools, talking machines and rec ords, antiques, field glasses, musical in struments, books Tools sharpened, as knives, scissors, saws. etc. Notice Public Auto Service Day or Night New Cleveland-Six. L.. I. Snow, Tel. 36-W, or Tel. 675 ni;hts and Sundays. Cftkie 35 Main St. FOR SALE i Maple Syrup, also Hay ' Tor1'ofh stock and horse vW ANTED live Stock to board SCOTT FARM J : Tel. 227Y'; - - AUCTION Big Special Sale on HORSE BLANKETS Saturday, November 19, , at 1:30 A. 31. At the Brooks House Stables in the rear of Harmony Block, Brattleboro. Vt. 150 horse blankets all sizes and colors to be sold regardless of price. Also a con signment of first class horses ranging in weight from 1200 to 1700 lbs., some very fine matched pairs. We will have a good supply of harnesses, wagons, buggies and sleighs. T. J. BRACKETT, Springfield, Mass. Stinehour's Auto Livery seven-Passenger Closed Car. Night or Day Service.. Near Hoadley's Cafe. PHONE 192-W 21 Carney's Auto Service . DAY AND NIGHT Thomas Street Telephone C81-R Hi; Four H FOR SALE ouses on Laurel Street. The best real estate bar gains in Brattleboro. Inquire of C. B. CrowelL or CjB. Cruger.sT . Husband and Wife to 'S-y ! .ggBteaai- 'JIv !wife read to me articles from discarded sheets, hicji tI 4iave previously perused. J. i & S; : ' Wliat' lWsToar Wife Do? if Chrysanthemums AH colors and sizes, sold by the dozen, hundred or thousand. Why not have them fresh from the vines, that is the way we sell them. Have some, and beautify your home. C. N. BOND, Florist Tel. 732R. Thomas T. Brittan Fire Accident Insurance Liability Life Wflder BIdg., Brattleboro FIRE and LIFE Insurance Strong, Reliable Companies Sanford A:. Daniels Crosby Block, Brattleboro LOVELL & TELFER Brattleboro'g Oldest Beliablej ; "Hardware Store PI tni:v The names of four Putney school ohil di'u on the honor list at Brattleboro liiiih school look good. Mrs. Frank Tafl ( Brntth-hnro was at the homo -(if h r parents, Mr. ami Mrs. (. B. Xevvcolnb. "ri!:i. Mis Ratio-rile' lice of flrcenfi' -Id, Mtiss.. w as wit If in - sister, Charlotte, at Mr. 'i!l;:im.R s- recently. Frank Fuller of Hartford, Conn., who hits been visiting his siter. Mrs. Q. J J. Xowetniib. i now t i ri"; at the home of hi brother. Fr. d Fuller. Mrs. A. A. Lauplcy received news Sunday iiiuht of the death of her step mother. Mrs. K. R. Iiohertson, at her hoine i i Sjhi Francisco, Calif., on Sun day morning. Miss Lena Bryant has gone to Dnm iiierston to Mrs. Hlvira Field-.s to hdp daring the c-itical illness of Mrs. Fj. d. Mrs. Jennie M. Wood is the nurse curing for Mrs. Fidd. The last of the scries of four enter tainment of the indoor Chaiitutnjuu was given Saturday night by the Plymouth entertainers, two talented young women who gave an excellent entertainment. . ,tThe Legion dance Friday night was not as largely attended as usual as there ere dances in most of the tow ns near by. The receipts did not meet expenses, but the auxiliary made nbout .."( on the chicken-pie supper. Mrs. A. B. II. Harris was operated upon in the Burhank hospital in Fitch burg. Mass.. Saturday morning. News was received Saturday night of the suc cess of the operation and she was as comfortable as oiu!d be expected. Her aunt, Mrs Flora P. Cole, went to Fitch burs Monday to stay with relatives to be near her a few davs. Till: WOMAN (THZKW I low is it possible for the woman of to day to meet the requirements of a home maker, mother, and voter, with all her social and political activities, if .she is to go on suffering the pain that comes from ailments peculiar to her sex? Check the malady at once my a con scientious treatment of Lydia F. I'ink ham's Vegetable Comiw.und at the first sign of backache, and dragging -down sen sations, so common to women who suffer from female diseases. Adv. MERCHANT TAILOR CARL F. CAIN 1.19 Main Street PIANO TUNING EDWARD I BEITZINC.KR Tel. 3K8-M Aiier 6 p. m. BROOKS HOUSE G. E; Sherman Manager Y5 E 1B PROTFCTED cs ttonia. Cre r.d own rool Ly uiuig . . Rex Strip 5hinp;les . Liaik R Grayish Green ApproTJ by Ur-der-wiiiert Ltxjraiufe4- ThoToughli " QuuianttcJ Lowest Fire Rates yJxt! -Arj,'W-- h-H 1 Beautiful in Appearance Easily Laid. LOVELL & TELFER 110 MAIN STREET SATISFACTORY SERVICE AIRPLANE CARS STILL BIG MENACE Copyright, 1921, George Matthew Adams Jt SALESMAN WANTED Residence salesman wanted in this territory to represent large Boston wholesale tailoring house to sell clothes direct to the wearer. This po sition will brin- a live man from $100.00 per week upward. Only in telligent,' hustling man wanted. FrevictiS 'J knowledge of business an advantage but not necessary. Our sales-manager will roach and in struct. NEW EXtJEAND WHOLESALK TAILORS,; BOSTON, MASS. See Mr. Burgess at the Brooks House tduight. ' ' i ' - s ii Russians I nahle to Stop Them or Slacken Speed on C'Mrves Autos Cause (ireat Commotion. MOSCOW, Nov. It. (By a Staff Cor respondent of The Associated Press.) 1 he Bolshevik government is pruud of its attempts to solve- the problem of land locomotion by the Use of airplane propellers attached to railway cars, auto mobiles aud boats. It has not been dis eouraged by accidents. The most notable crash was that at Serbohov. V miles from Moscow on the. Pet nigra d line, when Abakovsky, the adapter of the air profiler for these ne.v uses, was killed in a passenger car together with i.u;nb;'rs of delegates to: the third international ootiret-s. Die car was going at a speed of about To miles an Hour w in n it jumped the track. The ob.teclion to thi adaption of the airplane propeller, at lea.-t for railway uses, is that when a liih speed is at tained the si.ime car becomes uncoil - tiollalle. Its brakes do not function ctuvticK- and, when the road bed is un even or turns a curve, the car leaps the track. Collisions occur because the car ;in not. I stopped quickly, wlicii it over takes a train ahead. '1 he adaption may have to be limited to boats for these reasons, and lately a number of tl.it iron boats with an up turned prow have been built, each equipped with a high-power motor. Cri tical engineers say the method is waste ful, despite its spectacular erlect. When automobiles equipped with this propeller make their appearance in the streets of Moscow with a terrifying noise the people will not only leave the streets but take to the rooftops. (Vb horses run away before this windmill like ob ject tnoviiig with the pe'od of & tornado. Ordinary automobiles turn in side streets ur.d climb over the curbs to the fide walks, waitie until the Med hope has vani-hod in its cloud of dust. Such exhibitions have convinced this city's population that the open roads of 'road stepix-; is the best place to use -.tich a machine. TOWNS 1 1 EN D. Mrs. William loosey have rooms in Fred Livemore 's lie Hows Falls his daughter. is a Mrs. itest J. C. of B jhter. mdville has Mrs. A. II. Last i I.au- of at Mr. and moved into house. Louis F.no of at the home of Daigneault. Mrs. Charles Beebeo been visiting her d.tu ( 'hamhei lain. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sherman of Dover visited their daughter, Mrs. reu l ike, last week. Herbert Jones and Mr. Willard Mellows Falls were guests last week F. JI. Lawrence's while huntintr deer C. II. StraitilT attended Pomona Jrange at Bratt hboro Thursday. Ida Hoyden accompanied him and spent the day with her mother, Mrs. L. S. Boydeu at Memorial hospital. An all-day meeting of the Hadassah league will be held in the Baptist vestry Friday. Dinner will be served at noon by the hostesses, Mrs. H. 11. Franklin and Mrs. I. S. Sayre. Sewing will be furnished to 1 completed for the sale. Inspection of Bircliard Women's Re lief Corps was held at odd Fellows hall in Xewfane Saturday with an attendance of 2t). Mrs. Kmugene White of Bratle bon was present as inspecting officer and expressed satisfaction with the work done. Refreshments of sandwiches, cake and eo flee were served. At the meeting of the West River Crange Nov. 8, the following officers were elected for the ensiling year: Mas ter, Dr. F. L. Osgood; O.. J. H. Wright; L., Mrs. Alma Waite; S., B. R. Phillips; A. S., Harold Barber; C, Mrs. D. (k Sinythc; sec. Mrs. F. L. Osgood; treas.,.Mrs. B. Ik Prentiss; (i. K., John Taylor; Ceres.Mrs. B. R. Phillips: Pom ona. Mrs. J. n. Wright: Flora, Mrs. W L. Tenuy; L. A. S., Miss Kloise Cum in ings; pianbt, Miss Clara Greenwood Games w ere played . niter, the busines session and refreshments of cake and coffee wore, served by the five Xovembe birthday members. An excellent Armistice day program was presented at the junior-senior high school Thursdav afternoon in charge of M iss Mary Plumb. 1 he occasion was deserving of a much larger audience, but the bad traveling detained many. The ni nn hers included choruses of World war son-s by the school, recitations by Olive Marsh, Mildred Davis, Beatrice Meacham Llecta Hlood, I)oriH Morse, an oration by Franklin Mct'oll, reading of the Goves nor's proclamation for Armistice day bv Howard t'utlcr, vocal solo, .Laddie in Kliahi, Mrs. Florence Iawson ; vocal solo. Pal O Mine, Miss Eunice Heath. The names of the members of the alumni, who are represented by a star on the seminary service flag, were read by Miss Plumb and the department mentioned in which en eh served. All but two on the list have been pupils under Miss Plumb. The address was ably n'ven by Rev. II. P. Woodin of Hrattlcltoro and was received with undivided interest and attention. Mr. Woodin spoke of the fearful cost of the war, not only in the actual billions ofT dollars expended and immense . load of -debt uoon the nations, but also in the fpclimr f " unrept which has come upon Ua' world and the great problems to !. solved in - the future. All joined" in America as a lose to the program. , --- SUBSCRIBE - FOE THE KSFORAIEk. 1 X'-lTS. -j-.lk. c '" f t- .y : -jc-atw vv,s5- fas K3 ru lm rs m ej i -l r THE WORLD'S BIGGEST JOB-AND ITS SCOPE Every year the Presidency of the- United States grows more important, until now it is recognized as the biggest job in the world. Yet few people realize that the president is not chosen by a majority , vote and that several of our presidents have not been the most popular choice of all the people. This fact is clearly discussed in the story of the . Presidency, one of the series of articles on Our Government, which we are issuing monthly. If you are not receiving this material, drop in and let us add your name to the list jo( those to whom we are sending it. each month . . ... , Brattleboro Trust Co. lis 2Ts5 z3 IE iayiEiiii eii SAFETY FOR 25 A MONTH Nearly all of us have valuable papers which we cannot afford to lose. They should be protected from loss by fire or burglary by being placed in a Safe Deposit Box in our vault. Vermont National Bank SAFETY STRENGTH SERVICE 3SE ftnri Vermont Investment . Corporation Investment Securities List of Current Offerings Furnished on Application Phone 55 Room 1 , American Building Brattleboro, Vt; No. 3 Wha ale for toittae 11 Takeagood dose of Carter's Little Liver Pills -aiiai . thpn t ake 2 or 3 for a few niphts after. You will rel ish your meals without fear of trouble to follow. 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