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THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY REFORMER, MONDAY, JULY 3, 1922.
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS 5 cents a Iine.llrst Insertion; 24 cents a line each subsequent insertion. . . - Cash in Advance. Minimum Charge, 20 cents. WANTED. WANTED Girl to assist with house work. Tel. S7.VW. 101-tf WANTED Work on farm by boy 14. O. Douflas Cain, 4 Chestnut Hill. 101-tf VANTED Experienced Way moth Lathe man.' C. E. Bradley Corp. Ht.VllU WANTED Man for general outside work at Innwood Inn. 'Phone 1021. KKMOS WANTED Used clothing for boy 19. R. H. Wilson, 11 o, Brattleboro, Vt. ; - - - 1 0-1-1 (K WANTED Man for haying by day or month. Howard Brothers, Guilford. Vt. WANTED Table boarders by day or week. .( Lv week. Mrs. Burdick, 110 Elliot St. ' 304-105 WANTED Board for baby one year old, country preferred. Address Baby, care Reformer. 103-112 WANTED Housekeeper, middle-aged preferred. Arthur J. Lamb, 10 Taylor St.. Bellows Falls. Vt. 101-lOCi WANTED Work by the hour, wash ings and general housework. Mrs. L.sczie Whitconib. () So. Main St. li)(M UN WANTED Woman to do general housework on farm in Guilford. Apply H. It. Brown. Brattleboro, Vt. 103-HK WANTED Temperate single middle aged man to work on farm. .1. S. lrost. So. Vernon, Mass.. Tel. 7-0. 104-107 WANTED Fresh eggs in case lots; state price and quality. Thomas Allen, TJjGreen St.. Springfield, Mass. 100-10.1 WANTED To exchange a new phon ograph for a second hand piano.; Address Box b0, Iteformer Office. ' ' 77-78 Mon.Tues.-tf 'WANTED Cows and horses to pas ture bv week or season. F. E. Gammell, West "Brattleboro, Vt. Tel. 211-12. 104-tf WANTED Position for summer by young man. Experienced in ofSce and clerical work. Address Box 222, c-o Re former Office. rdL1 WANTED To rent my farm house to reliable parties for summer. F. E. Gammell, West Brattleboro. Tel. 211-12. - 104-tf WANTED Man or woman $40 weekly full time, $1 an hour spare time, selling guaranteed hosiery to wearer. Experi ence unnecessary. International Hosiery Mills, Norristown. Pa. 10.1 TEACHERS WANTED 50 high school, 100 grade and KM) rural teachers. Highest salaries. Itegister NOW. North en stern Teachers' Agency, 3 Central St.. St. Johnsbury, Vermont. 10.1-111 SPECIAL NOTICES. CASH PAID for wool at the Richard on Market. 72-tf PUBLIC CAR for livery, day or night. E. II. Reed. Tel. 822-.T or SOP. 12-tf DR. BAILEY will reopen her Chir opody office Thursday, July C. 102-tf R. E. ABBOTT.long or short automo bile trips at reasonable prices. Tel. i71-W or 202. S4-tf CALL UP 44G-W for your painting and papering; all work guaranteed. Wall paper. William Shaw, 46 Maple St; 58-ti MASON WORK, building and cleaning chimneys a specialty. I do out-of-town work. E. J. Cavanaugh, 1SS Elliot St Phone &09-J. 05f BARGAINS IN MAGAZINES Most favorable terms on single subscriptions or on reduced club rates. Send for booklet. Urattleboro News Co. 1-tf PERSvLE REMNANTS Light col ors, assorted patterns, 8-lb. bundle, about 16 yards, ?1.75. Mrs. Walter Scott, 171 So. Lincoln street, Keene, N. II. GS-tf "SALESMEN. AGENTS. Advertise. Sell candy to storekeepers. Big pay. Ex perience not necessary. Candy Co., 72-'i Walnut St.. Philadelphia, Pa. flS-100 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 Newfane. Vt. 1-tf WE START YOU in the Candymak ing Business at home, or small room anywhere, furnishing everything and buy your candy. Experience unnecessary. .Good pay. Men Women. - House ol Ciindymakers, 710 Walnut St., Philadd l.l.Pn. i01:!!2 SANDERS' BEAUTY SHOP, Room 1G, Crosby Block. Swedish scalp treat ment a sjtecialty. Manicuring, shampoo ing, hair dressing, marcel waving, facial massage. Hours 0 to 12 and 1 to 5. Mondays and Thursdays 7 to 1) p. m. and by appointment.'. 'Tel. 809-1. 40-tf LOST. LOST Boy's blue serge coat between Brattleboro and North Hinsdale. Finder please notify Reformer. 100-10.1 LOST 7'hysician's black case contain ing samples. Finder please return to Reformer office. Handsome reward. K.'G-lll FOR SALE A Two-and-One-IIalf Story House On Union hill, only one minute's walk to electric cars on Western avenue. There are ten rooms and bath, hard wood floors and hardwood finish, electric lights and gas, slate roof, nice garage. As the owner is going to move to a flat in his block that he has recently purchased on Main street, July 15, he has author ized me to sell this property at a bar gain seldom offered for a practically new house. JOHN L. HOWARD The Real Estate Man'" BARBER BUILDING 25 Men Wanted Must be First Class Wood Workers GOOD WAGES ' " STEADY WORK Apply to . E. J. LAVELLE, Supt. S. A. Smith Mfg. Co. . , Parcel Delivery and Light Trucking W. F. MORSE, 77 Elliot St. Tel. 750-Mi FOR SALE. FOR SALE Dry hard wood. Tel. S27-X. 80-tf FOR SALE Simplex ironing machine. Tel. ;J!1-X. ylf FOR SALE Baby carriage Carriage, Reformer office. Address KH1-111 FOR SALE Modern 5-room cottage house. Impure 9 West St. 107-112 FOR SALE Modern 5-room house. Inquire 9 West St. cottage '.C.-10G LOAM FOR SALE The Grant Gran ite Co., 24-20 So. Main St. 7 4 i-tf FOR SALE A one-horse McCfrmick mowing machine. Tel. 14-10. 10.1-109 FOR SALE Glass doors am! doors. Home Bakery, Tel. 4G5. t-r:recn l-.HMf FOR'SALE Soft wood slabs, ? 1.30 a Ior.d. Holden & Martin Lumber O.. 19-tf FOR SALE Furniture and 'ranges, new and second-hand, at J. B. Duuton's. FOR SALE Standing grass on the Goodale farm on Dummerston i 11. 104100 FOR SAL?' Last Block wood, $10 per (! ll.-liVlTi-d. Telephone your orders to 'A. 74-tf FOR SALE One A No. 1 Guernsey cow. Rice farm, Brattleboro, Vt. Tel. 7V . 104-tf FOR SALE Dry hard wood, split or chunks. II. N. Newcomb, Guilford, Vt. Tel. 17-10. 1-tf FOR SALE Pony, good condition, good driver and saddle horse. 19 Wash ington St. 10.1-110 FOR SALE Caldwell lawn mower, IS inch. , First class condition. $7." Tele phone 108-R. 105-100 FOR SALE Cottage, seven rooms, new and modern. Garage; garden. Call 727-1 at 8 a. m. 1 00-tf FOR SALE L. C. Smith No. S type writer. Perfect condition. Walter S. Pratt Ins. Agency. 94-tf FOR SALE Five-passenger Dodge touring car in-lirst class condition. Price reasonable. Tel. 04S-J. 101-100 FOR SALE One Ford Sedan or would exchange for Ford touring car. R. L. Brooks. Tel. 104-tf FOR SALE Motor boat in good shape, good engine. Will sell at reason able ptiee. 1 Washi n gton St. 10.1-1 10 FOR SALE Standing grass on the Goodale farm on Dummerston hill. In quire of A. B. Goodale. 4S Western Ave. . 100-111 FOR SALE Lumber, dimension tim ber, board and shingles. Sawing and planing. B. L. Perry, R. 3, Brattleboro. 04-tf FOR SALE Seven-room house, new and modern, big garage with garden. 1'. O. Box 51, Brattleboro. Tel. 727r at 9 a. m. 301-100 Ft R SALE Farm on Sunset lake road consisting of four acres, some fruit. Buildings in good condition. Wm. l'ark 'ZlL'JlL Brattleboro. 100-117 FOR SALE One Toledo computing scale at a sacrifice. Perfect condition, used only short time. Reason for selling, have gi.ne out of business. Address C. N. S.. care Iteformer. 1 ( Hi-t f FOR SALE One two-horse traction sprayer: sprays two or four rows. Ideal for potatoes, beans, melons, or any truck crop. SOU cash takes it. Edward Mosp man. West Brattleboro. 1 FOR SALE Ford sedan Jess than a year old. Guaranteed in first class con dition. Equipped with Alemite greasing system, carburetor control, dash light, spare tire, aluminum radiator Cap and motor meter. Cash only. Inquire of E. II. Crane. Vermont Printing Co. 61-tf P I G S IX )RsXlTT7.1 Chester and Yorkshire cross ; 7.1 Berkshire and Ches ter cross; S to 9 weeks old, at SO each. These are a very select lot of pigs, all weaned and feeding good. Will ship any amount of the above lot C. O. D. on your approval. - A. M. Lux. 200 Washington St., Woburn. Mass. Tel. :',73-R. 10.1-1 U7 TO RENT. TO RENT Room. 13 Green St. 9.1-tf TO RE NT Room, 14 Forest St. S2-tf Vn RENT Four-room tenement. Tel. jlJ-JL, 77-tf TO RENT Furnished room at 29 Green St. 103-108 To RENT Garage at 22Highlnnd St . Tel . 339-W. 1 ( 1-1Q0 To RENT Four rooms on third floor. 79 Frost S t. lni uire IT '.( Elliot St . lo.l-tf TO RENT Desirable room, all con veniences, to young business woman only, S.1 Green St. 97-tf TO RENT Two furnished rooms, not for light housekeeping. Mrs. Tho.nas Winn. 3 Elm St. ' 87-tf TO RENT For the summer, house fully furnished at Stafford lake, seven rooms, garage. Edgett & Co. 103-10S TO RENT Furnished front room, all modern conveniences, best of location. Address Room, c-o Reformer Office. 301-100 TO RENT An 11-room house suitable to rent rooms, at SO High St. Applv to Mrs. G. II. Smith, Barber Block, Hat Shop. 10.1-tf TO RENT Furnished front room, in The Abbott, steam heat, electric lights, bath, continuous hot water, fireplace ami porch. Tel. 001 -if. It.l-tf NOTICE To Ice Consumers Our teams and trucks will make no de livery of ice on Tuesday, July 4. We daily receive complaints that our peddlers have skipped some of their cus tomers, and invariably find on investiga tion that the party in question had no card displayed when the ice man passed. We therefore ask our patrons to make a special effort to cet their ice cards out early, that we may serve them on our regular routes. ,. , Crystal Springs Ice,; Wood and Trucking Company WHEN IN WANT of " Real Estate CALL, ON The Arthur R. Lyman Agency MAPLE STREET NORTIIFIELD, MASS. Telephone 114-3 ADVERTISE TO tJR FOR SALES IN THE REFORMER SPOTLIGHT 300-FOOT RANGE 300 feet of light that cuts the darkness like a knife 300 feet of light where you want it when yon want it three times as powerful as any other flash light the same size. It is an Eveready, of course and we would welcome an op portunity to demonstrate this newest Eveready light. Fresh Eveready Batteries for all flashlights every one of 'cm tested before they leave the store. Watch for the bis Eveready ad. CHAS. F. EIANW 38 Main TEL, S8 . S8 Main Carl A. Mitchell UNDERTAKER Lady Assistant 1 80 Main Street . Telephone SS4-W or 884-R FOR SALE - - Two-Tenement House . ... . .. on Canal Street Six and five rooms each. Slated, furnace and electric lights, two hen houses. Ixit 02 by, 300 feet deep, with a large garden, seven apple trees, grapes, strawberry aifd asparagus beds. Shade trees about the house. Here is a, home for jou worth something. Do not let this sale pass you. See me at once for it must be sold. Wm. C. Horton Agency II) Brook Street NOTICE To Aulo Owners The Village Commissioners hereby notify all concerned that on nights when a band concert is held on the Vil lage Common. Putney Road will b closed to through tiffin; between Terrac and North Streets, all cars to park fac ing Mo th, and Park Place will be closed to tin ough traflic, all parking cars to face east. These regulations to be in ef fect between the hours of 7.1.1 and U.13 p. 111. W. II. PERRY, Village Clerk. Several Men and Boys Wanted Apply MILLERS FALLS CO. Last Block Wood 10 per Cord, Delivered (144 ft. thrown in)r Telephone J'our orders to 268. PIANO TUNING J. M. Perry, 92 So. Main St. Tel. 1U8-W or 400 Carney's Auto Service DAY OR NIGHT 21 Thomas Street. Tel. C81-R Husband and Wife My husband has been trying to make a wireless receiving set for six months, but he can't Ret it to work he doesn't know the lirst thins about electricity. W. A. L. -V,; -: - What Does Vour Husband Do? Copy rig tit, 1921, George Matthew Adams - - : Aw WARE ALLIGATOR IN CAPTIVITY 'three Satz Brothers Find Saurian In Highway Lured by Lights of Automobile SPRINGFIELD, Mass., July 3 Socra'es," wily reptile of the Dismal swamp,, is captured. Word to this effect reached the Union office at 1.30 o'clock this morninir. -vh.cn C A. Smith of Palmer, an automobile dealer in Ware, told of the capture in which he partici pated." The saurian, which has been sought by hunters from three counties and even from Florida, came out into the road shortly after midnight and fell into the hands of the Satz brothers, George, Bernard and Leo, who had been lying wait all evening... Just after dark the Satz brothers, wno have been working on the trail of the alligator several days, stopped their au tomobile by the roadside at Uismai swamp and left the lights burning. It was intended that the lure of the .lights would bring the reptile from his lair and such was the fact. The slimv creature came creeping from his hiding place shortly after midnight ami as noon as he made his appearance a blow on th head from a hoe stunned him temporarily and in a few seconds he was safelv stored in a long especially made basket and brought into Ware. Mr. Smith says he was driving nlong the road when apprehended by the 'three excited Satz brothers, who were strug gling with the reptile trying to coax him into the basket. But f'r the help of Mr. Smith the big saurian .might never have been captured. Many Hunters Sunday WARE, Mass.. .July P. More than .100 automobiles!, among them cars from 12 different states, were parked yester day on the banks of are river, neai Dismal swamp, while --men and bo thrashed about in craft of every descrip- The next best thins to usins fresh fruits for flavoring is to use Raker's Flavoring Extracts just like purr fruits bottled tip. Advertisement. AUCTION The following personal . property will be sold at Public Auction at 21 Chest nut Street. Urattleboro, Vt.. Saturday, July 8 At 1.30 p. m. Chamber suites, bureauc, chests, trunks, chairs, rockers, tables, beds, springs, mattresses, feather Iwvls, pillows, cush ions, 1.1 good bed'iuilts, G hone-spun woolen sheets, blankets, spreads, carpets, rugs, clocks, mirrors, pictures, lamps electric light dome, kitchen and table ware, jars, flower pots, fruit cans, kitch en stove for coal or wood, small chunk stove, roller organ, baby carriage, crib. Singer sewing machine, old-fashioned mahogany sofa in good condition, hair cloth sofa and spring rocker, highboy and other old-styled furniture. Two-seated canopy topped wagon, top en-triage, adjustable wagon- ftolc, . p-iir driving harness, breasjt-pjao harness, horse collars, saddle, lap-rows," If y nets and blankets. Five -lO-quart milk cans, water separator, churns, butter-howls, prints and puddles and many other thing: not mentioned. II. J. RARRKR. Executor Helen M. , Phillips Est. r. W. PIER. Admr. I II. Pier's Estate. A. Ci. (i all up. Auctioneer. Your Opportunity to purchase a 5-room cottage house that is all in first class condition, hard wood floors, furnace hcat hot and cold water, bath, electric lights, gas, large veranda. This properly must be sold at onre and to help a spcedv sale- we are au thorized to sell for $2,500. ANOTHER IJARGAIN Eight-room house, newly painted, hard wood floors, furnace heat bath, electric lights, garage, stable, hen house; li acre in garden, cul tivated raspberries, blackberries and straw lcrries, fruit trees. Price $3,700. L. W. Jackman Tel. 39 R 217 Western Ave. West Urattleboro H. S. KILLELEA Electrical Contracting ..... Wiring Motor Repairing Telephone CS0-W or 5S0-K Mosher Iildg. . FOR SALE Essex Touring Car Recently overhauled and painted. Inquire Dr. C. G. Wheeler I WANT TO BUY 01J Fuiriture, Old Tressed Glass, OU Jewelry, Hooked Rugs, Old Books. V II. P. WHITE Phone CB-J West Brattiebon, Public Auto Service Evenings, Saturday afternoons and : Sundays. f-. . RUERT GOODENOUGII 1, Telephone 14-16 ": ; McKay Hardware Co Formerly Telfer & McKay Monarch Paint Kyanize Varnish Weed Killer . Destroys Weeds, Roots and Tops in Drives, Walks, Tennis Courts and Cemeteries Saves time and back-breakfns labor. Also full line of Window Screens Screen Doors Pearl and Black Screen Cloth 110 Main Street Urattleboro, Vt Hon in an effort to drive from cover the alligator which, many assert, inhabits the stream. A refreshment booth installed at the scene of the alligator drive did a big busi ness and its proprietor solemnly swore that William II. Doarden. editor of the Ware River News, saw tho huge reptile Saturday night. Dearden could not be found at his home on Prospect street, and t was said there that he had been out all night, possibly in search of the alli gator. AIRSHIP JR()PS INTO SEA lias 21 Persons on Hoard and All Arc Rescued LONDON, July 3 A despatch to the Central News from Rome says Admiral Salazar and a crew of '20 men had a mir aculous escape from death yesterday when a large airship in which they were proceeding to Taranta plunged headlong into tho sea. Roats put out from the shore immedi ately after the accident and rescued the admiral and the ship's personnel, all of whom were injured. Admiral Salazar was hurt seriously. TO TOUR NEW ENKEAND "Uncle Joe" Conrwm anil Party to Make Extensive Automobile Trip WASHINGTON, July Represent ative Joseph . Cannon, Miss Cannon and Miss Helen EeSeure will leave by motor on Wednesday for an extensive tour through New England. They will go direct to East Gloucester, to be the Euest.s of Mrs. J. E. Loose at hep sum mer home, and will later go to the White mountains. ; YOUR boy's room is probably filled full of many valuable clothes, athletic supplies and furniture. If like other hoys' rooms the val ue of its contents is considerable. SupjMise it should burn tonight? This agency will insure your house Iwld goods and personal , bclong . nigs. ' ' - . , II. E. Taylor & Son "Insurance you can depend on Brattleboro, Vt. MARK-DOWN SALE OF .1922 Spring and Sum mer Suits 80 Suitings marked jdown $.1.00 to . $15.00 from regular prices. It will pay yon to call and see roe as -1 can save yon money on all orders. Thirty-six years' business experi ence in selling Fine Custom-Made Clothes in Rrattleboro means the REST there is in tailoring for you. WALTER H. HAIGH 39 Washington Street FIRE and LIFE Insurance Strong, Reliable Companies i - Sanford A. Daniels Crosby Block, Brattleboro Brattleboro to Springfield, Mass. Freight and Express By Truck II. II. BURRINGTON. Tel. 59-M. CARL F. CAIN MERCHANT TAILOIS 139 Main Street FRANK A. SNOW --;--.vK'.Y'Pn Teacher 5 V . Call Tel. e-0-M ' 10 Putney Road JULY FOURTH -. - i This bank will be closed on July Fourth. Its officers and employes will join their fellow cit izens in celebrating the birthday of the best na tion on earth. Vermont National Bank SAFETY STRENGTH Your Decldrzitwjt of Independence One hundred and forty-six years ago our forefathers declared these to be free and independent states with equal opportunities for everyone. Have you made the most of your opportunities? Make your financial state free and independent by opening an account with us and adding to it regularly. In commemoration of Independence Day JULY 4TH ; This Institution will be closed all day. Brattleboro Trust Co. BRATTLEBORO. VT. Semi-annual V 8 Cumulative PrefetreS Mck Vermont Loan and Trust Company A semi-annual dividend of Four Dollars ($4.00) per share on the 8 per cent Cumulative Preferred Stock of the Vermont Loan and Trust Company will be paid to stockholders on July!) 1922. . t , F. B. PUTNAM, Vice-president. Brattleboro, Vt., June 24, 1922. o o crz5 o o rrz o c o o rr o coc3ococzzo oil . 4 0 ' o 0 .. v v--;er - ' : n THIS institution has a service to offer not a pro duct. Its biisines3 is to serve not to selL Peoples National, Bank " ; ' '' - - i- c ' P . t it '- Brattleboro, Vt. 0 o o SERVICE Dividend No. 2 o I u i 1