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THE BRATTLEBORO DAJLX .REFORMER,. . SATURDAY, JANUARY 2S, 1922.
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS 5 cents a line first insertion; 2 cents a line each subsequent insertion Cash in Advance. Minimum Charge, 20 cents. WANTED. WANTED To hire a farm with tools, furnished. William Nattresa, Wesminster, Vt. FOR SALE. 2S2-1!8 4 i FOR SALE A few watches. Ilowe, 117 Main St. FOR C. L. 271-tt '""WANTED 1,000 fowls, 25s. a pound new live weight. Send card, ai. jiacK, jox 283, Brattleboro. io-u SALE Furniture and ranges new and second-hand, at J. B. Dunton s. FOR SALF Dry hard wood, chunks or split. E. E. Mather, Tel. 13-5. 174-tt "WANTED By school girl, work after school hours and Saturdays. "me Cherry St., Brattleboro. r;0 J01 WANTED To buy violins, violin hnvcs esses, etc.. old or new. Write to Irvine Spector, 31 Hanover St., Man-; ih??r. X. H. Room 412. 279-284; WANTED A few more customers for our Guernsey dairy butter. We also have knmojnirpr) finlt.ed Die OOrk. F. A. Phelps, Brattleboro, Vt. Tel. 9-4. 2G3-tf j WANTED Man or woman. $40 week-j y full time, $1 an hour spare time, selling guaranteed hosiery to wearer. Experience unnecessary, international io.os.iery FOR SALE Fresh ground beef scraps and bone. W. F. Richardson Co. 214-tf FOR- SALE Light one-horse traverse sled. Brattleboro Grain Co. Tel. 927. - . 253-tf FOR SALE! Four-ft. wood or sawed to order. G. J. Perkins & Son. Tel. 9-22. 243-tf FOR SALE Four-foot wood, $8 a cord, stove length, $9.50. D. II. Wright, Tel. 13-2. 248tf - FOR SALE piano, Hallett & 244. Second-hand square Davis. Price $25. Tel. 279-tf Box 235, Norristown, Pa. 2S2 j FOR SALE Dry hard wood, split or 1,1 1- . IT ' Vnn.nnin( ! 11 i 1 f 1 V WANTED To rent on or before April ,j 74-9S 3, a tenement or cortage house of at least j . - five rooms with modern improvements,! FOR SALE U wo canary singers, also . rf ha iwrsnnn. Kox ihz. one casie. liiuuire ti jjuii iu.wi.i, by a Hartford, Vt. 263-tf Marlboro, Vt. 2S0-285 WANTED TO RENT, May 1, single bouse seven or eight rooms, with garage and all modern conveniences. Family nsita of three adults. Prefer north of Main St. bridge. Address "Single." Re former Office. 275-299 WANTED Man with auto or horse to represent an old established American concern, in Brattleboro and surrounding towns. Must be willing to work, and be able to furnish bond. Good compensation. Apply to A. O. Neill, 254 Worthington St., Springfield. Mas. 282-2S4 WANTED Young lady with sales ability to sell at half rrice direct to con sumer from own home manufacturer's samples of dresses, suits and coats on com mission. No investment required. Must have wide acquaintance : furnish good references or bond. Address Ability, Re former Office. 2S1-2S2 FOR SALE Beech and Maple wood, price SS, $10 and $12 per cord. F. E. Gam mell. Tel. 211-12. 241-tf FOR SALE Fifty cords of wood. $9 ner cord. Give vour order now. I rank Sears. Vernon. Vt. Tel. 17-24. 253-tf FOR SALE Pair of good a pair as there is D. M bay horses, as in the county Brosnahan. 195 Elliot St. 259-tf FOR SALE Dry wood, maple, birch, chestnut and slab; from $7 to .S10 per load. C. L. Amidon, R. 3. Tel.. 17-5. 22-300 SPECIAL NOTICES. FOR SALE Sixty cords of nice dry stove wood. Order now while it lasts, $! a cord. Frank Sears, Vernon. Tel. 17-21. 2M-tf FOR SALE Stock and horse hay, lireen Mountain potatoes, cabbage, sec ond run maple syrup. Scott Farm. Tel 227-Y. 272-tf ELSIE B 127 Main St. CHIROPODIST Dr. STEADMAN, Tel. 192-R. dressmaker, 209-295 Briggs at Dr. FOR SALE muskrat lined, a tion. price $75. former Office. I ur coat, large size, bargain, in tine condi- Address Fur Coat, Re 277-tf FOR SALE White enamel bed. spring of six si acre Inquire 277-2S2 FOR SALE Cottage house rooms with bath. Good barn and of land at 103 South Main St. of Harry Ilildretb, 13 Canal St. PIANO FOR SALE High grade up right, piano, practically new, owner leav. ing town and will sell at a great sacrifice. Address "Piano.'' rare Reformer Office. 2SO-2S2 Bailey 8 office, 207 Barber block, phone and mattress complete ; oak dresser, 606, Residence 439-J. 182-tf nearly new, $20. J. E. Smith, 12 High ""BARGAINS IN MAGAZINES Moit k?"n road. 'Phone 83S-W. 281-282 favorable terms on single subscriptions or FOR SALE We are now ready to de- on reduced club rates. Send for booklet, liver a nice lot of strictly dry slab wood Brattleboro News Co. 1-tf Also mixed cord wood sawed stove length y-nnvmi tvoxt . vivn Holden & Martin Lumber Co. 15S-tf and pressing. Gloves and furs cleaned. Satisfaction guaranteed. JeLney & Par menter, 71 Elliot St.JTel.Con. 27S-289 CHIROPRACTOR Dr. Otto Rysse at Dr. G. F. Lane's office, 42 Elliot street. Telephone 013-W. Office hours, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, 2-5, G-8 p. m. 243-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 TAKE NOTICE Beginning Feb. 1, 1922. No more credit when you are more than one week in arrears. Pay cash and get your discount of 5c. on $1 purchase. No discount on less than 50c. purchase. S. S. Washer, West Dummerston, Vt. 280-284 GENERAL AGENTS New Years Opportunity. Become independent. Build up your own business. Earn .$15 to $20 per day. We teach you how. Our month ly income policies sell and satisfy. We divide profits earned on your business built under the profit-sharing plan. We furnish capital ; you just produce. For full particulars address G. H. Summers. National Relief Assurance Co., 244 S. 8th St., Philadelphia. P. 270-82 FOR SALE One pair chestnut horses, weight 240 lls. ; 1 pair black horses weight 2200 lbs; 1 hay horse, weight 1150 lbs., and seme good driving horses. Brooks House Stable, Tel. 300. 277-tf FOR SALE One Westminster 12 horse power gasoline engine, 4 cylinder wood saw outfit, and several other en gines. One Merrill piano, one Ludwig piano. Arthur. Wilson. Tel. ,791-W.i, s282-tu284 FOR SALE Ten horse power General Llectric Alternating Current electric mo tor, formerly used to drive cylinder press I a good condition. Taken out to make room for a variable speed motor. Also a quantity of shafting, cones, pulleys, etc Low price for cash. Inquire of E. II. Crane, Manager Vermont Printing Co Brattleboro. V00-tf LOST. LOST Recently, a dark-colored light weight cane. Will finder kindly return to me. Mrs. E. L. Roberts, 410 Barber Bldg. 280-284 - LOST In Houghton Sc Simouds's store or across Main up High St. far as Miss Selleck's, glasses, plain lenses, gold nose piece, chain and black fastener. Reward if returned to Mrs. E. Gunn, 23 Western ave. 282-283 WANTED COUNTY MANAGERS FOR SALE HORSES My next load will arrive Jan. 20. Nine pairs 2000 to 35O0, blacks, greys, roans and bays, ex tra nice notched teams; singles !,( to ISOO. A horse, for all kinds of jobs. I'uv now and .ave plunty of money. Godfrey harness, the best in the market. jnt been reduced $10 per set. Collars and blinkets M. J. Tetreault, Greenfield, Mass. 280-22 run .i.t; nuuM.si We will arrive Saturday. ,ian. with another express load of oO horses. Will have pair 21KM to o.00: u pair 2.jO0 to 2!MX) : and 10 odd horses from 1150 to 1750. These horses are all young, sound, good broke and ready for any kind of work. Our prices are low and the quality of the best. It costs only little more today to buy a good horse One visit to our stables will convince yon All horses must, be as represented. Guil ord & Wood Horse Co., F. S. Wood, Prop. Shelburne Falls, Mast. Tel. 19-3. 22-288 TO RENT. TO RENT 2 Eels Court. or 3 furnished Large Corporation manufacturing non competitive product that has conclus ively proven that it aids in producing larger crops is opening n branch in each county in New England states and re quires the services of a capable man to act as manager. Applicant must be com petent to handle large sums of money, hire and handle help. $500 required. iuuy secured. mis proposition should TO RENT Steam heated room and net a live man from JoOOO to S20,000 board if preferred. 'Phone 378-W. 280-285 per year, xng aavertising campaign ai-, -.T"; ready started including full page ads lwo-room apartment, nice in national magazines. When writing and sunny, all furnished. Tel. C17-M. give full particulars in first letter to m- 282-tf Applicant TO RENT Furnished room. V. Grant, 42 Canal street. rooms 270-tf Mrs. C 24G-tf cure interview. Applicant must be able to go to Boston for instructions. Unless you can do so at once, meet all require ments of this ad and your reputation is faultless, save your stamps and our time. Will pay all expenses to and from Boston if you qualify. This is a real opportunity and presents itself but once in ' a lifetime. Write or wire immedi ately. NATIONAL NITRO-BACTER CORP., LTD., TO KENT iurnished apartment and one single room. 109 High St. Tel. 327-11 25fitf TO RENT Four-room tenement, mod ern improTements, adults only. Inquire 30 Keed St. 271 272-tf TRANSPORTATION CHICAGO. BUILDING, TO RENT The second floor of the Woolworth building; suitable for offices, Edgett & Co., Agents. 249-tf APARTMENT TO LET, to small family, reliable people only. Steam heat large living room, bedroom, large closet, bath room, kitchenette. 1'ossession given Feb. 1. Price $30 a month. Addres "Apartment," c-o Reformer Office. 279-tf FOR SALE At a Bargain 1919 Nash Touring Car 1920 Dodge Truck 1919 Essex Touring Car Federal Garage Stinehour's Auto Livery 7-passenger closed car, 50 cents for one or two passengers; additional passengers 25 cents each, within the village limits. Tel. 36-W or 226-M PIANO TUNING J. M. TERRY ' Tel. lflS-W. I ..... .. Husband and Wife Corbin Door Checks For office, shop or home the new model does trick is positive in ac tion and will outwear any other. Ask to see one taken apart. Letter Boxes House Numbers and fresh Eveready Flashlights. CH AS. F. SVIANN 38 Main TEL 38 38 Main Antostroo Safety Razors 30-Day Free Trial. WHITING HAM. Lyman Dalrymple Dies at 81. I Lyman Dalrymple, t. died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Marcus J'utterheld, Tuesday evening at H) o'clock. He had been a life long resident of this town. He married Julia Faulkner of this town earlv in life and thev lived for many, years "on hU farm in Whit- iiighani, where they had a family, of four, boys and two girls. Thei daughters are Mrs. I . I ... UrigUam ami Mrs.. M reus Uutterlield, both of this town. The only $on surviving is Albert i airymple. who moved to tlreentield, Mass., last summer. The youngest son died- when very young- and the second sot), Floyd, AvaV a' vietim of the influ enza three years. aro. The next son, rehie, died several veaxs ago with dia bctis. Boon after his death Mr. Dal rymple sold his farm to his son, Floyd, who married Miss Vivian Chase of this town. Mr.' and Mrs. Dalrymple moved to Jacksonville, where Mrs. Dalrymple died a few years airo. Mr. Dalrymple had lived there ever since until last spring when he was prevailed upon to Telf er & McKay Brattleboro's Oldest Reliable Hardware Store Brattleboro. Vermont Vermont Savings Bank SEVEXTY-FIFTII ANNUAL STATEMENT (Condensed) . , JANUARY 1. 1022 llf RESOURCES !ovt. Obligations... ? Municipal and Other Carl A. Mitchell UNDERTAKER Lady Assistant 1 80 Main Street Telephone 8S-1-W or 831-R U. S. State. Ronds lioans Hank Slock Dank Rudding Cash on hand and in Ranks rw.css.oo i .no2.3on.no r;,G27..or.i7 :?.2oo.x) 1.-,IM0.(M Louse Chasinz is a great snort, that Is when someone else does the chasing. We do not run a DELO USING STATION but the Louse Chase we sell makes a RELIEF STATION of every barn when it is used. We are so sure that this remedy will do the work effectively, and so working will eradi cate the disease, that we UNCONDITIONALLY GUARANTEE Louse Chase, and if it fails, your money is waitiug for you on return of the empty can. See Taylor Tailor-Made Clothes Cleaning, Pressing and Repairing 58 Elliot Street, Room 3 Your Business Solicited CAN YOU SELL FARMS? Our business is growing. To take care of it properly WE MIST HAVE MORE REPRESENTA TIVES to send us descriptions of farms r sale, and to show same to our cus tomers. Natural ability preferred to previous experience. Must own auto and furnish refer ences. We made more sales the past season than in any other single year in the hisfor v of oiff Inisinest.-1 ')-,'. State all part ieulars irst letter. Com munications treated as strictly confi dential. P. t . Lcland I arm Agency Established 1S2 Old South Building I lost on, Mass. ?: ".,4 s 1,1 27.22 LIABILITIES Due Depositors .$4.081, rG7.."2 Reserve Fund and Other Surplus 4,.t!."i:).70 $.",41.127.22 The undersigned Auditors, appointed hy the Trustees to examine the books of the Treasurer, have performed that duty, and find the statement recorded above to correspond with the books of the Rank and with its assets and se curities as examined bv us. MA.IOR C. HOUGHTON. MARTIN AUSTIN. Auditors. Rrattleboro. Vt.. Jan. 27, 1022. OFFICERS FOR 1022 Harry I. Webster. President Frank L. Hunt. Vice President Fred Adams, Treasurer TRUSTEES Harry P. Webster J. Gray Estey M. V. Houghton Fred C II. Jt. Rrown Frank L. Hunt Martin Austin John R. Ryder Adams E. R. Pratt P.OARD OF INVESTMENT Harry P. AVebster Frank L. Hunt M. Austin Fred C Adams E. R. Pratt Frank L. AUDITORS Hunt M. M. C. Houghton Austin 1922 Buick Five-Passenger Touring Car. Never taken out of garage. Will sell for $50 less than present list price. Address Buick, care Re former Office. NOTICE We are now prepared to furnish a full line of livery horses, also sleigh ride par ties at reasonable prices. RROOKS HOUSE ST A RLE R. L. ICrooks. Prop. Tel. aoo Ladies' and Gentlemen's Clothes CLEANED, PRESSED AND ALTERED Satisfaction Guaranteed Prompt Service Brooks House Rarber Shop 10-In. Double Disc Records New Columbias, .V cents; used records 150 cents, or exchange yours for mine, small charge. G. W. Cushman 127 Main St. Phone 2;Si. Carney's Auto Service DAY OR NIGIIT 21 Thomas Street. Tel. C81-R CARL F. CAIN MERCHANT TAILOR 159 Main Street ROOST THE TOWN YOU LIVE IN RV USING A SET OF Brattleboro Plates To he Kt faclied fo the mumVr plates nf (fli.r 'titoitiobile. Too 'i sets of !ioldersVMJlhtii1.t pat on in two minutes. Nearly every town of ."i.Ooo in New England is advertising its town. Order early Price $1.00 set A. F. Roberts' & Co. Harmony Place Rrattleboro, Vt. go to live with some of his children off jjiji to his failing health. ' He was of the old hardy New England stock, and a man noted in town for his thrift, energ3 and kind heartedness in his family and among his neighbors and fellow townsmen. Mrs. Adams Miss iMass., Arnold Shionee Wednesday. Grace Newell of is visiting her sister. was in North Wollaston, Flowers and Plants Why are we selling so many Car nations? It is because se are cutting them all from our own plants. Why not try some and see for yourself? Violets. Sweet Peas, Narcissus and Lillies all grown -by us. Fresh Roses all the time. Flowers are cheaper. We give just as good by telephone as when you come and make your own se lection. C. N. Bond, Florist Big Bargains In Made-to-Measurc Custom Suits AH Suits and Overcoats cut in price $2..10. SjK'rial numbers cut from $2.50 to $15 from regular prices. It will pay you to come and see me if you are in need of Suit or Overcoat, as I can save you money. The Rest. There Is In Fine Custom Tailoring. Suit Prices from $27 Up WALTER II. IIAIGH S3 Washington Street Mrs. Ar tnur KuiKsicy. A quantity of iee is being taken from the lake and shipped to parties in Mon roe Bridge, Mass., ibis week. Gerald Wheeler was in Wilminirton on business Tuesday evening and remained over night with his brother-in-law, C. S. Rarnard. j Jable Hathaway accompanied Claire Graves home from her work in Wil mington Friday "night and went to North Adams Saturday. t The women in this side of the town have been sewing and have collected sev eral bundles of clothing fjr a needy family above Haer bridge. Mrs. Nye Johnson of Brajtleboro visited at the home of her father, Georjre hiipee, over the week-end. Mr. John sou i working lor Mr. Shippee this win ter, j Miss Blanche Buttertield was called home Tuesday by the serious illness of ht r grandfather, Lyman Dalrymple. M'.ss Buttertield is a teacher In the Kead-boro Central school. j George flriswohl lias sold his team of horses to Albert A Hard of .Jacksonville, Mr. Griswold. whose wife died last sum mer has decided to leave his farm and I find homes for his small children. . j ' Vniliam Pik'e. ?W? . famify hlove.l from their farm- in Wilmington to one of George Tut tie's tenements last fall, lsts iM'gim work as night watchman and tireman at the dam, and has joined his family here. j Joseph Bet is, agent for the P. V. I.e land Farfif agency has had several par ties in town Io5kitij; at property which he has listed. Two men from Boston were here this week looking for a small farm, and parties from the northern part of the state were here last week who wanted a larger farm all stocked and ciiuipiied. . The camp of the Power Company at the dam, which is a quarter unit of the real cump at the dam was opened Monday and the first supper was served there that evening. The mess ball seats ISO. Only a few men are there as yet, but several other men employed by the company go to Wilmington each night by train and stay at Chi Ids Tavern. Work was started this week on another quar ter of the camp. It consists of bunk houses, which are equipped with bath rooms, a mess hall and kitchen, also a wash house and Lath rooms. Lyman Tut tie ha received a com munication from County Fish and Game Warden Metcalf stating that ujkjii a more close examination it was found that the cow moose, which was reported as having been wounded by a bullet be fore she was shot by the deputy game warden last week, was injured in some other way as im trace of a bullet could be. found. It is surmised that her iti- lurv was causeu uv a tall or some am- with which she met. other than a bullet. This Hears suspicion from Whit ingha in game lovers. dent title the JAMAICA. A Serene Old Age is enjoyed by those who have reasonable health and a comfortable income. An nuities guarantee a fixed income, "as true as you live as long as you live.'" Consult us. National Life Ins. Co. of Vt. t Mutual. F. C. DINES. Special Agent, ISrattleboro, Vt. FRANK A. SNOW Violin Teacher CaU Tel. 676-M 10 Tutney Road The annual 'meetincr of the Ladies' In- tdustrial society was held Jan. '." at the! home of Mrs. C. E. Hamilton. The meet ing was called to order by the president and the following Officers were elected for the ensuing year: President. Mrs. Jennie P.allard; vice president, Miss Mary liob insou: secretary. Mrs. Clara Hamilton: treasurer. Mrs. Ella Itohinson : directors. I Mrs. Anna Stark, Mrs. IJuth Itohinson. Mrs. Nettie Torrey : work committee, Mrs. Ruth Itohinson. Following the business meeting' refreshments of cake, cocoa and home-made candy were served to IS members and a social hour was enjoyed. The occasion was one of more than usual enjoyment as it was the birthday anniver sary of -the twins," Mrs. Cora Gleason and Mrs.. Clara Hamilton, whose birth days occur the same day of the same year. They received the .congratulations of all with the hop they -may live to enjoy many more like occasions. The day was extremely cold but all felt well repaid for braving the elements- - - My husband always turns his rocking chair so I can't help stumbling over the rockers. -L, P. What Does Your Husband Do? - " Copyright, 19ZI, .George .JIatthew Adarot For Sale at the Barn STOCK HAY AND HORSE HAY Graded and Priced According to Quality SCOTT FARM Tel. 227-Y EAST PUTNEY Henry. Frost and tended a meeting at urday, Jan. 21. Howard Loomis at the Milk Plaitf Sat- Best for RHEUMATISM Persons recovering through Yar-' ne-sis ten and fifteen years ago report entire freedom from rheuma tism. Evidence stronger than this can be produced by no other ; medicine. -At Drug Stores Everywhere. Liquid or Tablets. Send for Booklet. YAU-NE-SIS COMPANY Lynn, .Mass. l Estab. 1501 by V. A. Yarney.,, MAKE A WILL There is no valid reason why a man of prop erty should not make a will. There are innumer able reasons why he should not postpone the mak ing; of one. No thoughtful person needs to have these reasons rehearsed. But ; there are two matters which should . have careful thought. First, make sure that it is in proper form, and second, name an executor -whose ability and integrity is unquestioned. This bank will gladly help you to secure the correct form, and is equipped to serve most acceptably as the executor. Vermont National Bank SAFETY STRENGTH SERVICE VERMONT INVESTMENT CORPORATION Investment Securities List of Current Offerings Furnished On Application Phone 55 Room lj American Bldg. Brattleboro For a Short Term Investment Our Certificates of Deposit are a most satisfac tory investment for funds now idle but which may be needed at any time. The Certificates pay 4 Per cent. They are always worth 100 cents on a dollar. They are readily negotiable or can be converted back into cash at any time. ' . If you have funds which are not now earning an income, consider the advantages of these certifi Brattleboro Trust Co, BRATTLEBORO, VT. 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