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THE BK ATTLETCOT5 O DAILY BEFOB31EB, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 20 v 1021.
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS 5 cents a line first Insertion; 2 cents a line each subsequent Insertion. Cash in Advance. Minimum Charge 0 cents. WANTED. WANTED Odd jb. Tel. C04 M. 2:U tf FOR SALE. V':Jl.r.W2m Mrs. Catherine M. Ktv'5r 63. wife of James o'P.rien. 133 XSr aA?d ! El NJ in her home r.n River read 8M K A W Vl i ft IV fc.4 torn.M.n at -1.1.", 4,'chxk. fire WANTED RAW FURS C. I. , ."WANTED Full R. I. Red cockerel. WANTED To IV; or Weezcnaar, 7-1.!. FOR SALE Good right. Tel. it)G-X. lloweJ FOR SALE Two-tenement 232-tf Reach St. Tel. f-0-W. bloeded single comb. FOl Tel. O-'Jl. 240 tf 17-24. wood, price hous?e. 12 200-tf Tel. buv few vorni? So. Vernon, Mass. Tel. 2t4-Jll Wood $12 per cord, beers, ernou, t. SALE Singer sewinjr inacliine. SAL I Frank: F( )It A bargain for quk-k sale. Tel. 20. 24i-25o I Olt SALE Furniture and ranges new and second-bundl at J. IL Dimton s. SALE Dry, bard wood; chunks or split. E. K. Mather, Tel. 1-5. 174-tf "'WANTED 1.000. fowls. 2."e. a pound live weight. Send card, M. liluck. P.ox yon 2V5, r.rattU'Doro. , liili WANTED Housekeeper for family of r0jj gALEFn-sh ground beef scraps two in the country. Address IJousf; and bone. W. F. Richardson Co. 214-tf 1 - I 17 H fc T T. Vnlllft TT'rw-kr I fT COTVOM . - ..... , , A V'Afc P.llJli 1' VU11L it rrA t ' l WANTED 1 -resh or near by Guernsey to onler; o. J. Perkins & Son. Tel. 0-22. or Jersey cows. A. G. Rarr.es, West; 243-tf Westminster, Tel. Putney r,-Si. 1'U-JIH "W'ANTKD lady wishes no children. A middle ased a position as housekeeper, Address B. M., 43 Clark St. 251-249 WANTED Position in t-tore or meat market by young man with experience; can furnish references. Address 15. W. K.. care Reformer ( )ftice. 240 2.-.1 American i ctr.,. i01rfi, 13-2. -Four-loot wood. S a cord, ?0.5tt. 1). II. Wright, Tel. 248tf FOR SALE Dressed chickens and fowls for Christmas. Order early. Tel. C2 1-1 o. 2 i7-2r2 FOR SALE Pair of new skates? In quire of Miss F. Mocdv at "Woohvorth's store. 24!: SPECIAL NOTICES. O. T. St., Tel KRFSTOFF Co. make. W. DODGE, Upholsterer, :jo4-ii. ii keeps rust off. .7. Pentlawd sells Spruce 190-tf Stovink Krustoff. 2ir.-2T.." FOR SALE My street. Would exchanj farm. house on Green for smaller one or 240-tf SALE Hard, dry wood, split or t. 0 II. 10. Newcomb, luilford. V 210-2" CHIROPODIST Dr. P.riggs at Dr. P.ailevs' office, 207 P.arber block, 'phone GOO. ' Residence 4:50-J. l2-tf FEATHERWEIGHT Arch Supports, Miliington, Tel. 5 made to lnummiai impression. ir. tini er, Fllerv Ituilding. Hours D to 12 and 2 to 24-270 BARGAINS IN MAGAZINES Most FOR chunks. Tel. 17 Tor. SALE Leech and Mai pri e S, iii and .12 per cord. F. Kit II. Tel. 211-12. FOR SALE Rest quality maple syrup. soft and cake sugar uikhi order. H. L. E wood, 230-tf FOR SALE Practically new set of marabou furs: priee very reastmable. Ad dress P.ox "222. care Reformer. 21'.i-2.M favorable terms on single subscriptions or on reduced club rates. SeDd for booklet. Brattleboro News Co. 1-tf CH I ROPR A CT FC Dr. Otto Rysse at Dr. G. F. Lane's office. 42 Elliot street. Telephone 013-W. Office hours, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, 2-."). OS i. m. 2i:;-tf ANYBODY WISHING a Christmas tree, drop me a card as I will arrive Mon day night with 200 as good trees as ever landed in Brattleboro. "Happy" Atkins, express and jobber. 238-2.j ""'MAGAZINES AT LOWEST PRICES Write me about what magazines you want for the coming year. 1 can get them for you at money saving prices. Mrs. G. M. Love. Magazine Specialist, South New- fane, Vt. 1-tf CLERKS, for postal mail and first grade positions: 8123 monthly. Kx perienee unnecessary. For free partic ulars of examinations, write R. Terry (former civil service examiner), 15." Con tinental BIdg., Washington, D. C. 240-240 Foil SALE White Wyandotte cock erels, bred for egg production and vitror, D. II. Wright ,jrel.J3-2. 24Stf FOR SALE Five nice, fat sheep and lambs. One express sleigh and one store glass cabinet. Phone 017-M. 2o2j-tf FORSTVLiIIanTT"dry wood, 4-foot S10, sawed 11. We guarantee to please. Canedv I'.ros., R. 11. ',, Brattleboro. 2 10-201 now ready to de- dry slab wood. Fire Insurance Notice Something new in the wajv-n?-fire loss .protection is being insti tuted by the Vermont Mutmil Firo Insurance -Co.. the Fnion Mutual Fire Insurance Co.. the Burlington Mutual Fire Insur ance Co.. and the Granite Mutual Fire Insurance Co., which is bound to be of benefit not only to the companies named above but to every .manufacturer and householder insured with them. Beginning today, Raymond W. Paine 'will make a personal visit to every place carrying the insur ance, examining tires and chim neys and -other risks or fire haz ard and ni!ik recommendations. Mr. Paine expects it will take un til Feb.. 1 to complete the task and asks for the cooperation of any upon whom he may call. It is hoped that by this method the an nual los from fire, due in many instances to negligence from some cause, may be kept down to .a minimum figure.. FOR SALE We are liver a nice lot of strictly Also mixed cord wood sawed stove length, llolden & Martin Lumber Co. loS-tf FOR SALE Green 4-foot wood? per cord; stove length. SD.50; split, .11. Let me have your order now for winter delivery. I). II. Wright. Tel. 13-2. 2M0-tf FOR SALE Choice No. 1 Baled hav at S'l.vO per hundred lbs. Grandin's Stock Food. 1.7.3 per II: S.'?3 ton. Fancy ISr. ad (lour 1-S sack $1.1.1; Fancy Pastry ikuir, 1-S t-aek, Brattleboro Grain Co. 241tf FOR SALE AT AFTON FARM, two nice male Airedale pups left of that black backed litter sired by brother of President Harding's Airedale. Sold three of them in Braltlboro, one in Bellows Falls. .S2-1 each. Some good younger ones for 5?1." and .20. R. A. Newton, Dummerst n. Vt. Tel. 341-2. 237-tf TO RENT. . . . -tf -- . . . Tt RENT Room, 17 Clark St. . 247-2.',2 'lO P. F.NT Kitchenette, 7 Eels Court. ' 2Htf TO RENT Good tenement. Edtett". Co. 240-tf i ( d. 2 EFA'T- 5s-i:. -Tenement at 2 West S 244-213" Mrs. C. 240-tf TO RENT Furnished room V. Grant, 4.j Canal street, v iO KEN 1 r uriushed apartment. teoire I !a rwood, I0! High St. Tel "27-K. 240-2.il" To RENT I ry storage room for fur niture. .'. M. Stearns, 13 Flat St Tel. 2:.f. 2ll-tf TO in:."."'- Furuisiied and heated sin gle (-1- f!(;;ble !';;, r.t rooms facing south. 10 Ma r !.. Ave. 210-tf TO R1'NT The second floor of th oi-iwortn ouiiciitig; siutaDie lor ounes. Ldgett & Co.. Agents- 240-tf Stinehour's Auto Livery LOST. "-passenger closed car, uO cents for one passenger; additional passengers 25 cents each, within the village limits. Tel. 36-W or 22G-M Dressmaking Dresses beaded and braided a specialty. Reasonable price and satisfaction guaranteed. 31P.S. PAl UNEYYILS0N 5 School St. Tel. 791-11 j LOST One i Flood's barber 1 timer please tan kid glove between shop and The Albany. return to the barber sh-p. 240-2."ii i j LOST Bel ween Park Dru- Store and 1 14 Hoi ton Place, crocheted ba:r with cn-it'-rHs. Finder please notify Mrs. It. W. Cudworth. It liorlon Place. 21S-210 - - - ' Ladies' and Gentlemen's Clothes CLEANED, PRESSED AND ALTERED Satisf action Guarantft i Prompt Service Kroh House C.-srber" Shop PIANO TUNING J. M. PER IS V Tel. 1U8-W. T-JfT JOT? The love of somebody is the root of all insurance. Most every bwdy loves somebiKly. Life insurance combines protection, thrift and old age provision. Consult us. National Life Ins. Co. of Vt. (Mutual.) F. C. DINES. Special Agent Brattleboro, Vt. A Card. We wish to thank our many friends in Marlboro ami Brattleboro for their sym pathy aI kindness during the illness and ;'t the tini of the death of our dear sister Wo also wish to than!; them for the beau t iful flowers. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Brayiyan and familv, Mr. and .Mrs. W. F. Snow and family, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Brayinan and family. Brattleboro, Vt., Dee. 20. PIANO TUNING EDWARD F. LKITZINGER Tel. S88-M After C p. m. CARL F. CAIN MERCHANT TAILOR - , 159 Main Street FRANK A. SNOW Violin Teacher Call Tel. G76-M 10 Putney Road - ifn. . ,, . I, ADVERTISE YOUR TO RENTS - IN THE REFORMER G. E. Sherman Manager : ! Husband and Wif e : i UU iLii- J j ! My husband continually leaves his bed room slippers in the living room. 1'. Oi D. j What Does Your Husband lk '3 USEFUL GIFTS Aluminum Tea Kettles Automatic Razor Sharp eners Boy Scout Knives Boy Scout Axes Boxing Gloves Bread Makers Clark Heaters Clocks Carving Sets Cuticle Cutters Electric Grills Electric Irons Electric Toasters Electric Heaters Eveready Flashlights Eveready Batteries Fishing Rods (Abbey & Imbrie) Fishing Reels (Abbey & Imbrie) Grape Fruit Knives (stain less) Games Gilbert Games and Toys Hockey Sticks (Spaulding) Heaters Jackknives (Empire brand) Lunch Kits Manicure Sets Magnetic Compasses Meat Choppers Nail Cutters Penknives Pearl Handle Knives Pyrex Ware Pyrex Sets Pyrex Mountings Puzzles Razors, all kinds Razor Strops Stainless Steel Table Knives Scissors (Wiss quality) Scissor and Shear Sets Shaving Brushes Safety Razors Skates (Winslow) Skating Shoes Sterno Outfits Scales Table Cutlery Tea Ball Tea Pots Thermometers ' Tools standard lines only Telephone Outfits Universal Vacuum Bottles Universal Food Jars Universal Lunch Kits Universal School Kits Universal Bread Makers Universal Food Choppers Universal Irons Universal Toasters Universal Grills Universal Percolators Universal Tea Pots Universal Sunburst Heaters Unbreakable Vacuum Bottles Unbreakable Vacuum Food Jars Watches HEADQUARTERS FOR STANDARD MAKE TOOLS Rrien. (Talbot) O'Brien.! lothier. died Saturday af- Death resulted from heart trouble with which she had 'been afflicted since last February when she was in the South. Since her return I home she had been confined to her bed the greater part of the time. Mrs. O'Brien was born Aug. 0. 1S.1S, in Boston, one of eight children of Rich ard .!. and Francis (Whitaker) Talbot. On Jan. 10. IKS."?, .she married James O'Brien of this town, the marriage cere mony being performed in Athol, Mas.-. They then came to this town, where tley have since lived with the exception of ab; nt two years. Besides her husband she leaves one daughter. Miss Eileen O'Brien of this tow n and one sister, Mrs. Moses Nolett of North l)aua, Mass. The funeral was held this morning at 0 o'clock in St. Joseph's Roman Catholic church. Rev. P. S. Cahill officiating. The burial took place in Northtield, Mass. lLovell & Telfer Brattleboro's Oldest Reliable Hardware Store Brattleboro, Vermont Glen Iliggins shot a deer last wee. II. C. Holland was in Springfield, !Ma.--s.. last week. A telephone. 00-11. has been installed in the home of Miss Florida Iloule. I All the local schools closed Friday for j the Christmas vacation of two weeks. gone to NVw Yor1? remain indefinitely Somerville. for a few Mass.. days' Harold White of Dartmouth college ha 'come to his home here for the Christina i vacation. t John T. l-owers ha: j city, where he will i wit h relatives. Caleb Langille. of is expected this week visit at his home here. Mivses Gladys ami Ina Veber went Sun day afternoon tr Springfield, Mass., t ) visit relatives two weeks. Miss Helen Place went to Springfield. Mass.. Sunday for a two vook' visit with her aunt, .Mrs. Walter Ilildrcth. Miss Berniee Young went Friday t Dublin, after having snout several month with her aunt. Mrs. Henry A. Royce. Special 3-Days' Sale THERMOS BOTTLES Four patterns of pint bottles to select from ONLY $1.25 EACH. These are standard bottles and are offered at tins price for 3 DAYS ONLY. In select ing vour Christmas gifts, REMEMBER USEFUL, GIFTS-- PLEASE THE USER and that LOVELL, & TELFER carry an exceptionally good line of Snow-shoes, t Skis, Jack Jumpers, Skates, Tool Chests, ' Flashlights and an A So. 1 Line of . Tools. Plea.se tlo not forget that in order to LIGHTEN YOUR LABOR we carry the Coleman Quick Lite Lamp and Lantern: 300 Candle Power, of the most beautiful brightness sou ever be held. rl)ry Mons and Mops that are treated (about the only things that are treated uow-a-days). BOY'S we want you to come in and examine our AMERICAN BOY SAW Disston Standard Surely a Beauty USEFUL PRESENTS TLEASF. THE USER, Vermont National Bank LOVELL & TELFER 110 Main Street SATISFACTORY Brattleboro SERVICE i . i Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Jeffords and,1"""' Wl"'rp ,M? daughters. Rose. Helen and Eleanor,' Mr. and Mr I were in Spring'ield, Mass., Friday and Philadelphia Saturday. iMrs. Susan Mrs. Eva V. Fuller of Boston anil Misses Bertha and Berniee Fuller of Bos ton university are at their home here for Christmas. Miss Vesta Knight and Mrs. Harriett Smith of the grammar school faculty have gone to their homes in Concorfl and Ports mouth for the Christmas vacation. Mrs. Ralph B. White was called t Yonkers. N. Y.. Wednesday on account of hi v mother. Mrs. Decker, falling and sus taining a comiMiuiid fracture of her arm. Evangelistic services are being held in the Methodist Episcopal church every Sunday. Tuesday and Thursday evening A Bible class is held every Wednesday evening. Maurice Waterman shot n buck last Friday afternoon. The deer evidently I nd neon frightened and came down from i t he woods oiiMsite Mr. Waterman's V 3 Main TEL 38 SS Main Autostrop Saferr Razors 0 Day Free TrlaL Carl A. Mitchell UNDERTAKER Lady Attendant 1 80 Main Street Telephone or 834-R Sleigliride to Brattleboro Monday and Thursday To MONDAY acconnmid.tte school children. We Can Save Yoit Mojiey On Northland Skiis Tubbs Snowshoes Tul!aTs StranSkiis Skii Poles Skates Ives ftfech Trains Toys Boxing Gloves Games Knives Dolls 9 Footballs Striking Bags Flashlights Scout Kites Clocks Watches Basketballs Striking Bag Platforms Dumb Bells Indian Clubs Baseballs Rubber Balls Tennis Balls Tennis Rackets Come in and wewill show you the other good things we have. H. M. WOOD The Sporting Goods Man Everything Pertaining to Sport hot it. Harold Winchell of Pa., spent Wednesday with Scott. Mrs. Winchell for merly was Miss Marion Shattuck, teacher f music in the public schools here. A supper will be served m the l niver alist church Friday cveniug of This week at o'clock for the members of the hurch. Following the supper the distri bution of present from the Christmas tree will take place. Miss Margaret J. Yerrinton. Miss Jo . - , . sen line a. iveauev and .miss iira prague. nil f the lugii school racu.iy, went Saturday to their homes in Arling ton and Dorchester Heights, -Mass., ior i he Christmas vacation. i The members of Queen Esther Rebekah lodge will hold a social in Odd t ellows ball Thursday evening. 1 he gathering will he appropriate lor i urisimas anu a light luncheon will be served. A Christ mas tree also will be provided for the members' children. The liOrne-Elwvn Rotary Stock com ... , . i . i. 1 1 pany. which apiwareu in ine town nan last Thursday and Friday evenings, pro duced piavs of good character each night. The first night. Straight Crooks, was pre- ented with vaudeville between the acts. The second night, The Sacrifice was well given with a complete change of vaude ville. The ecompauy exacts to come here again soon. Manv friends gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred L'Ecuyer Saturday night to celebrate Miss Beatrice L Lcuy- r -1st uirttniav anniversary, .a oouii- tiful chicken supper was served after which games, music and singing were enjoyed. Just before midnight light re-j tresliments were served. .Miss L Lcuycr as presented an amethyst pendant and chain. I A New Year's entertainment and danec will be given in the town hall Friday evening. Uec. ;u. 1 he entertainment, will consist of a minstrel show with J0, voices :nid sis good lively euds. Popular' music and fancy clog dancing will be used, and flashy costumes will be worn.' Music by Snow's orchestra of five pieces; will be furnished for three hours of danc ing. Ice-cream will be on sale. The ."K)th annual fair and festival which is to lx held in the town hall Thursday and Friday evenings, Feb. -'i and t. under the auspices of the Universalis!! church, probably will be the best fair; which has been held for years. A tur-' k".v supper will 1 served in the dining1 room the first night and will be followed by a play by local talent. On the second' ikight a roast pig upper will be served and for entertainment the committee has secured the Waterman trio of Providence,1 R. 1.. consisting of violin, harp and vio-, loncello. one of the trio also being a so prano singer. j The annual business meeting of the Ladies' Benevolent society of the First, Congregational church was held recently! in the home of Mrs. Luella Fay. The' following officers were elected: President, Mrs. Luella Fay; vice president, Mrs. Eva V. Fuller; secretary. Mrs. L. Jean ctte Davis: treasurer, Mrs. Lucy Robert son; board of directors, Mrs. Lilla Tay lor. Mrs. Drusilla Wright. Mrs. Kdua Fletcher. Mrs. Hattie AUnch, Mrs. Emma Stewart. Mrs. Lena Browning.' Mrs. Nora Howe, Mrs. B. F. Campbell. Mrs. Flora Brown, Mrs. Lena O'Neal, i Mrs. Hannah Pike and Miss Constance Wright: entertainment committee, Mrs.; lou-t Sargent ami v . ii. lmotu; Ilower committee. Mrs. Jessie Colton ; work committee. Mrs. Grace Wellington, Mrs. Lizzie Bell, Mrs. Helen Jeffords and Mrs. Lura Hale. In Bulgaria everybody avoids the crossing of a strange doorway on Christinas. Leave South Ncwfane ....... fi.15a. ni Leave Williamsvilic fi.30 a. m Leave West Duinmerston .... 7.05 a. in.' Vrriip r.r.'it Mehoro 8.(M a. in.' Return Leave Brattleboro 3 p. in. THURSDAY For Leave South Newfanc Leave Williamsvitle Leave West Dummerslon. . . . "Vrrive Brattleboro Return Leave Brattleboro. . Will di errands and carry E. J. DODGE Phones Scufli Ncwrane Brattleboro, White's Stde shoppers. 8.00 a.m. 8.15 a. nt. . . . . . 8.50 a. m. .... 0.45 a. in. . . 4 p. nt. express. 83-W Copyright, 1921,. George Matthew Adams Christmas Dinner , at THE NORTIIFIELI) East Northfseld, Mass. $1.50 Monday, December 2d Reservation of tables may now be mak. Tel. Northfield 41. Ambcrt G. Moody, Manager E. Everett Martin, Ass't Manager Don't Buv New m When the Old Will Do you You may sure? think that your battery" is ready for Hie junkman but are A battery lias to be pretfy far gone that our scientific 'system won't restore it to life and usefulness. Think how many dollars it would mean to vou this year to get another season out of your battery. That's the hind of service we're giving at thq EN IDE SERVICE STATION, I-et us go over your battery and you won't have any road trouble but if trouble comes, remember we are as close to you as the nearest phone. Call ANo. . 750-M and our service ear will be with you in" a- jiffy. We are at your service always. Our rental batteries are always ready for you to use while we are repairing yours. Tell your ignition trouble to us and soon you won't have any to tell. . Don't forget the place. If you have never tried us you'll be sur prised at the reasonableness of our charges for guaranteed work. The Exide Service Station - C. C. WELLMAN, Prop. 77 ELLIOT STREET Ch II in M ristmus OilBY There's nothing like being sure You WILL be SURE to have money for Christmas if you enroll in our I AND Enroll at once. It's no trouble to join. The first depos it '.makes you a member. Join the crowd that's joining. Join yourself let the family join. Save the pen nies, nickels, and dimes. V E They'll grow into dollars for Christmas. You : will . not miss the small amounts you pay in weekly. You get back every cent you pay in, with in terest. Call, phone or write for full particulars. A LITTLE EVERY WEEK Vermont National Bank New CiuTency and Coin for Christmas MAY BE OBTAINED AT THE Brattleboro Trust Co. A Real Christmas Present What -better than a Bank account? Open . a Savings account or a Christmas Club ao- :. count at the Brattleboro Trust Co. and ' " present the book or card for a Christ mas present. -M 1 ' rirameoo ro Trust C6. 'QOO( IQCT30 0 o t C A U T ION Invest Safely Through Your Bank ZipHIS ; institution, offer" you its experience and specialized knowledge in the matter, of investing money judiciously. The object of our investment service is to give sound, dis interested advice. You m&y consult us freely and with out obligation Peoples National Bank BRATTLEBORO o , i o , o .' " o c o ' o . o 1