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THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY REFORMER, MONDAY, JULY 24, 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 Girl for General Office vcnrV ITnerience essential. Western Union. 109-tf WANTED People to adopt bngut h.iv irt months old. Jennie rower;. FOR SALE. Keene, N. II. 120-V2H FOR SALE Dry hard wood. Tel. 327-X. f FOIt SALE -Five-room cottage house, miire ! West St. 121-151 of standing 110-ti Inquire I FOIt SALE 55 acres YCAVTion fiirl 14 vears old wants jab at light housework or care of chil dren. Tel. 359-X. 120-12u W ANTED Cows and horses to pas ture by week or season; "F. E. Gammell, West Brattleboro, Vt. Tel. 211-12. WANTED Two good men to work on farm. Must.be good milkers. Steady job for good men. G. J. i'erKin3 & on, Tel. 1-22. . 120-tf ""WANTED liy August 1, two rooms suitable for light housekeeping, unfur nished preferred. Address Booms, care Reformer Office. . 110-tf POSITION WANTED Woman with daughter would, like place caring for elderly couple or elderly woman or man. Reasonable charges. Address KK, care Reformer Office. 122-t - WANTED Capable elderly woman to take charge of household of four two children, ages four and six good wags and good home provided. Mrs. II. G. Wilbur, West Brattleboro. Telephone 75-R. 120-12:. AGENTS WANTED We start you in the eandymakiiijr business at home, or fmall room anywhere, furnishing every thing and buy your candy. Experience unnecessarv. Good pay. Men women. House of Candymakers, 719 Walnut St.. Philadelphia, Pa. 115-12G WANTED Refined young yuple, no children, wishing to locate in Brattleboro, would like a five- Otj six-rooni tenement, modern conveniences; in- residential sec tion. Would consider location of about 15 minutes' walking distance.. Write full particulars to Box" l)U, Reformer office. - . ;:. ... 120-tf grass. Tel. 314-24. FOR SALE Four acres of standing grass. Tel. C17-M. Lt ! LOAM FOR SALE The Grant Gran ito v. 24-20 South Main St. 44-U load FOR SALE Soft wood slabs, $4.50 t id. Holden & Martin Lumber Co. 10-t. FOR SALE Furniture and range new and second-hand, at J.' B DuntonV FOR SALE New hay. delivered. A G. Nichols, W. Brattleboro, Vt. Tel. 14-2. 118-1 23 Six-weeks-old thoroufcli FOR SALE bred O. I. C. pigs fane. Vt. D. W. Allen. New 12:m-j DIXON'S SPECIAL NOTICES. Knit SALE Cabbaee Plants, .ioc. a hundred. Leon S. Mixer, 107 Western Ave. 123-124 Fi: SALE Nearly new Vose & Son r-!.a:i, reas.iuable price. Inquire 14 West St.'- 123-tf FOR SALE One A No. 1 Guernsey cow. Rice farm, Brattleboro, Vt. Tel. 507-W. - 104-tf FOR SALE Dry hard wood, split or chunks. II. N. Newcomb, Guilford, Vt. Tel. 17-1?. . 1-tf FOR SALE Ilieh bush blueberries. c per nt. in field. M. S. Lincoln, Spof :ord. N. U- ; 118-121) -Ijots on Oak Grove and Wm.- C. Ilorton s Real 110-tf FOR SALE Lumber, dimension tim ber, board and shingles. Sawing and planing. B. L. Perry, R. 3, Brattleboro. . , ,- , G4-t i FOR. SALE Elgin wrist watch- $10. 12 s 17 .7 111 $12. 12 s 17 J Waltham solid cold S2o. 8-dar wall clock S3. C. K mi if ford FOR SALE Ciark avenue.. Estate Agency. Howe. CASH PAID for wool at tlie Richard son Market. ; , 72-tf DR. BAILEY will reopen her Chir opody office Thursday, July C. 102-tf PUBLIC CAR, anytime, anywhere. L. W. Kelley, 25 Washington St. Tel. 159-J. ' 113-tf R. E. ABBOTT, long or short automo bile trips at reasonable prices. Tel.. 171-W or 202.. ' 84-tf CALL UP 446-W for your painting and papering; all work guaranteed. Wall paper. William Shaw, 40 Maple St. 5S-t f MASON WORK, building and cleaning chimneys a specialty. I do out-of-town work. E. J. Cavanaugh, 1SS Elliot St Phone 209-J. 05-tf PERCALE REMNANTS Light col ors,. assorted patterns, 3-Ib. bundle, about 16 yards, $1.75. Walt&r Scott, Box 140. Keene, N. IL 113-tf BARGAINS IN MAGAZINES Most favorable terms on single subscriptions or on reduced club rates. Send for booklet. Brattleboro News Co. 1-tf BUICK AUTO SERVICE, long or ort trips, at reasonable price. Clar ence D. Moon, 10 Frost Place; 'phone (s4 .M. 122-tf WILL THE PARTY living on Elliot street please return the coat taken from f ear at" Marlboro Friday evening to The Reformer office or to 10 Frost place and save themselves further trouble. 123-128 MAGAZINES AT LOWEST PRICES Write me about what magazines you want for the coming year. I can get them for you f at money saving prices. Mrs. G. M. Love, Magazine Specialist, South Newfane, Vt. 1-tf FOR SALE Used parts for Ford cars, and used bodies, complete motor and transmission $40. John E." Smith & Co. Tel. 34-W. 113-tf , FOR SALE Four-year-old Guernsey cow and Holstein cow, both milking, will exchange for young stock. Tel. 34-W Mr. Smith. . 110-124 T FOR SALE Steam boiler 8 or 10 II. P., perfect condition, carries 80 lbs. of steam. Cash or bankable papers. T'hone 222 or 131-.T. 112-tf FOR SALE See the new Remington portable typewriters, standard keyboard. touch system possible. Price $00. Fred C. Brown, 6 BullockSt. IQS-tf FOR SALE Will sell very reasonably 16 passenger bus in excellent repair, 1JI20 model, continental motor. Write Lake Raponda Hotel, Wilmington. Vt. 120 125 TO RENT. TO RENT- fdT1Ten"t- C17-M. -Room at 83 Main St. 114-tf -Four-room tenement. Tel. 116 tf TO RENT Main St. -Furnished rooms. 22 South 120-tf TO RENT Furnished room, electric lisrhts and bath. 10S Canal St. 107-tf DIFFERENTIALS TRANSMISSION WORM GEAR CUP Have a lot of this in 5-pound cans that will be closed out at $1.75 PER CAN It regularly sells for 2.50 and $2.fi0. My reasons for closing it out too large a can to sell to the average person. Pound cans sell from 50 to 60 rents get a five-pound can while the getting is good. CHAS. F- SV1ANW 38 Main TEL: SS 28 Main I Carl A. Mitchell UNDERTAKER L.ody Assistant 180 Main Street Telephone 834 -W or 8.V4-R BONDViLLE. - 8. Montiverdo has his house filled with city boarders. H. Williams and R. Slade were in Brattleboro Thursday. Franklin Jones was in town a few davs recently camping. Addie Benson of - Manchester, (Vt.H is visiting relatives in town- Esther Lauren is spending a few days with her father Karl Lauren. ; Rexford" Coleman , is at Herbert Cole man's assisting with the hayinjr. George and Fred'Hoarjl are at work for A. A. Benson -during' haying. Loise Prouty is at Clarence Wilder 'a caring for Mrs. Wilder and infant. ' Mr. and Mrs., Frank Perry of Am herst, Mass., are visiting at u K Ben son's. ',:.''..''', Mrs. David Slade and son, Charles, re cently visited her parents in Brattle boro. , Mr mid Mrs Manes and three chil dren of New York city were week-end IMiests at Nellie Benson s. P. E. Coleman and family recently spent a few , days with his aunt, Mrs. Flora Johnson. : " A. A. Williams has sold his house and mill ;jronertv to a man in New Jersey, possession to begin Aug. 1. ' Mrs. Martha Johnson and granddaugh ter of Greenfield. Mass., are visiting at Mrs. II. K. Benson's. Elsie Crowninshield of Hinsdale N. II., is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. 'L Crowninshield, a few. weeks. Eva and Martha Kllonon returned to their work in Brattleboro after spending two weeks with their parents. Mr. J. Cobb, who has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. Benson, has gone to South Ixindonderry to visit her fcon, Frank. M.-s. Flora Burhank and son, George, Mrs. Lyons and Dyrothy Burba nk were :.. i!,..;nwtnii rna iImv last week, Mrs. Burbank consulting a physician about one foot. McKay" Hardware Co Formerly Telfer & McKay Monarch Paint ' 5 1 Kyanizc Varnish A G OOO SIGN ' Company front' brings cut the bes in the regiment. . . r Rug Death Hellebore Arsenate of Lead Arsenate of Zinc Paris Green Black Leaf 40 SAVE THE CROPS Sale of Furniture Bookcase, couch. mirror, chiffonier, chairs, screen, table, electric lamps, and other small articles. Call afternoons from 1 to 5. Ida A. Putnam, Room It. American Bldg. Many present day investments will prove disappointing and disastrous for those who are too old to create fresh income. Annuities take your capital but guarantee largest possible safe income as long as von liv; Consult us., National Life Ins. Co. of Vt. (Mutual.) F. C. DINES. Special Agent Brattleboro, Vt. HEALTH CONDITIONS IMPROVED, (Conrrnued Irm rage 1.) the health officer would he called to a ease of a contagious disease only after 110 Main St. Brattleboro line Best Union The best kind of a Union is one where every u member of it is minding his own business arid helping every other member to success. This is the kind of t Union this bank is, a Union of all con cerned, to prosper and assist others to prosper. iVermont National Banlc SAFETY STRENGTH SERVICE German Measles, .r 4 Mumps, l."J 3 Sthall Vox, (5 Ty lipoid Fever, 4 1 Influenza, 3 1 I'neunionia, 8 Krysijielas, 6 Infantile Paralysis, 2 Of the diseases mentioned in the above list three do not have to be quarantined. They are typhoid fever, pneumonia and - ft. k . . . 1 a. ... the disease bad progressed to a flanges- offiw.f howevpPf bllt Realise ous iwint ; but through the active work ot tll(? ri!fuiations do not require them to the heaUh officer with the co-operation be quarantined some of the physicians of the phvsicians throughout the district, lmve not reported them as completely as oi im " tjiev are ,low flolng. , ibis explains the cases of this kind are reported immr- aLsencf of any figurea in the above table diately, with the result that the chance t-jlowinjr the prevalence of pneumonia of further contagion is nipied in the in 11)21, of which disease it is known hud ind the pro"ie.-s of the disease there were a good number of cases, bua ami tne proi... Chicken pox has had a run through stopped. several years, although at no time has it The 10th sanitary district covers C .reached epidemic proportions. At the towns in southeastern Vermont inclnd- present tinu it is under much better Ml' most VI tniuii;tiu t-.niiii. nii'i "mtiiuui Liiii ii ii ita urfii tuilllfil TO, KENT Furnished room with modern conveniences. Tel. S-K." 1112-tf TO KENT Pasture for stock and horses. John E. Smith & Co. Tel. ?AAY. 113-tf TO RENT Front room suitable for two. Mrs. C. V. Grant, 42 Canal St. 111-tf TO KENT Two furnished front t-rwutic Tvith hntli two initnte4 frnio hnsi- SANDERS' BEAUTY SHOP, Room 1!(.ss center. Price right. 'Phone 731-M. 12312s 1C, Crosby block. Swedish scalp treat ment a specialty. Manicuring, shampoo ing, hair dressing, marcel waving, facial massage. Hours !) to 12 and 1 to f. Mondays and Thursdays 7 to 0 p. m. and by appointment. Tel. 8W-1. 4-tf SPEC I All CASH SALE For the next 10 days, we will sell for cash at our store or delivered anywhere in town one-half bar. fancy bread flour, one-half bar. fancy pastry flour, 2."i lbs. sugar, all for $10.50. Pure cider vinegar, 40e. gal. 'Phone us your orders for chick and poul try feeds. Quality our hobby money back ?f not satisfied. 'Phone 1)27. Brat tleboro Grain Company. " 121 -tf found! : FOl'ND Gold wrist watch. Inquire Brattleboro Drug Co. 113-tf FOUND Several weeks ago, eye glasses in case. Inquire Reformer Of fice. HS-tf LOST. LOST Automobile No. plate Vermont 34.220. Finder please telephone P.rat tleboro 341-10 or leave at Roberts Auto Co. Reward. 122-123 WANTED Five Men With Experience On wood working machinery s Must be steady. Permanent work for right men. C. E. Bradley Corp. Addie Ade's Adventures . Tbe Mi-iute-a-Day Serial 2 CHAPTER 2 "You have two minutes to decide 'will you come with me to be MARRIEI) i do iTaveTo use force?" demanded Johnnie Dough, waxing his black mustache in a threatening man ner. "YOU Have been wearing that same mustache for three weeks," replied Ad die, with her accustomed coolness. "WHY Don't you get a fresh one?" They stood facing each other in the sitting room of the Ade homestead. Addie's mother and father had driven into town. No one LIVED AVithin a mile of the Ade farm. The road outside was almost never used in winter. Johnnie, who had lieen waiting for an opportunity like this, had arrived at a LUCKY Moment. Addie turned to tbe window. Two minutes! She would Never Marry This Man Radio Supplies Sets Ordered and Installed HENRY C. CULVER 78 Main St. lower tier of towns in Windsor county, th htttpr heina the towns of Springfield, Chester, Andover, Weston and Baltimore. These towns "are visited periodically by the health officer and in the case of a sudden and severe disease immediate at tention is fornssed on the case a quaran tine is established and the case brought under control. The following comparison has been made to show the extent of com municable diseases reported to the health officers thus far this year against the record of those reported lat year: . 1021 To July I.",. '22 Chicken Pox, - 174 Starlet Fever, 72 Whooping Cough, 143 Diphtheria, ; 2i Measles, , 23 j i.i (51 4 WANTED Reliable Married Man To work on a farm. House furnished. S. H. MINARD, Putney. Vt. FOR SALE Hay on the Weatherhead Place. Brattleboro Dr. W. B. Terry. SHE Could not love . . . Outside the air was thick with whirling snow. Was that the sound of a distant AT'TilMOlTllTE Sh7heardfroiii up fife road? Her lips began to tremble. Was she going to break into tears or LAUGHTER? Johnnie moved toward her, but stopped as though he had been SHOT. The whirr of an automobile came from in front of the house heavy steps sounded on the porch. An other automobile drew up . . . and another. "WHAT Brings these people to this lonely place?" cried Johnnie. TlvNTTwT" CriedTddieT- 'They have come to " (To be continued) WHEN IN WANT of Real Estate CALL. ON The Arthur R. Lyman Agency MAPLK STREET NORTIIFIELD, MASS. Telephone 114-3 PIANO TUNING J. M. Perry, 92 So. Main St Tel. 1118-W or 400 Copyright, 15)21, by Basil L. Smith Brattleboro to Springfield, Mass. Freight and Express By Truck II. A. BURRINGTON, Tel. 137-Y Men Wanted Cabinet Makers and Stock Cutters in large interior finish mill, 48 hours per week. Apply at once. Hampden Lumber Company 850 State Street ' Springfield, Mass. Public Auto Service . Evenings Saturday afternoons and Sundays. RUPERT GOODENOUGn Telephone 14-16 FOR HIRE New 7-Pass. Studebaker Candy's Auto Service, Tel. 81-R CARL F.CAIN MERCHANT TAILOR 139 M:Z- Street , Subscribe for The REFORMER and Get the News Get On the Safe Side by taking an accident policy with, the New York Safety Reserve Fund of New York City ELBERT. M. BENNETT Special Agent Brattleboro, Vt. 'Blame 183-M Carney's Auto Service DAY OR NIGHT 21 Thomas Street. Tel. 681-R Summer Cottage For Sale Located on the banks of the Connecti cut, on New Hampshire side, -i nines above Brattleboro. Well built, large lot, never-failing spring water. Ample ac commodations for S people. Can be reached by automobile or by boat. Fur nishings win oe soiu wirn couage. .v ir weeks rental each year will cover all over head charges. A convenient place to spend your week-ends. MARTIN AUSTIN, Tel 232-M 17 Chapin St. Brattleboro, Vt. Auction Sale of Antiques At II. P. WHITE West Brattleboro, Vt. Thursday, July 27 At 0.30 a. tn. I will sell nt auction my entire collec tion of Antiques consisting of Banjo Clock. Old l'ressed Glass, Old Glass Flasks, Yellow and White Glass Candle sticks, Cup l'lates. etc.. Hooked and Braided Rugs. Grandfather Clocks, Wind sor Chairs. Blue China and other crock err, Bennington Jugs, etc.. Old Lanterns. Decorated Trays, High- and Iow-Bostwl Beds (some carved and others turned), Low-Posted Wary Maple Bed, miscel laneous Chairs, Tables, Warming Pans, Foot Warmers. Chippendale Mirrors. Gilt Mirrors with Pictures, Old Shelf Clocks, Franklin Stoves. Ixiwer part of Highbov with Fan. Serpentine Front Bureau', Old Blue and White Coverlid with eagles, stars and dated. Paisley Shawls, etc.. Cherry Light Stands, Old Clierrv and Wavy Maple Jesks, Bureaus. Lustre Ware and '. pieces of pink Lustre Ware, Old Pictures. Brass Anil irons, Shovels and Tongs, Wrought Iron Andirons. Shovels und Tongs, Old Din ing Chnirs in Rets of six. Several Fine Old Davenports, Secretary. Brass Ket tles. Tavern Table, Old 0'rilts. Dressing Tables, and many other small articles too numerous to mention, but of great in terest to Antique. .collectors. An old-fashioned dinner will be served at noon on grounds nearby by the Ladies Aid Society" of West Brattleboro Baptist Church, price 50c. Terms made known at time of sale. II. P. WHITE. P. G. Dawley, Auctioneer V. A. Shuiuway, Clerk. DdgHillParagrafs By George Bingtiam. Whooping cough, it will be noted, had an epidemic run last year, but dne to the excellent co-operation of both physicians ami those afflicted the number of cases this year tint's far has been kept down to fniir. The increase in the number of measles cases this year is due to "im- pjrted"' cases, that is, cases whk'h have developed by children associating with children in other states. Manr of these eases have been contracted on trains. They are now well under control and are in no wise likely to assume epidemic pioiMirtions. Scarlet fever has been unusually prev alent throughout the district and the state. Most of the cases have been of a very mild type, the illness beiiig so brief ami the eruption either absent or so in distinct that suspicion wa not aroused. J lie existence 'of most of the1 cases was learned only when desquamation was tak ing place. These mild unrecognized eases are believed to be the reason for the continued prevalence of this disease The standing of Brattleboro with re gard to the contagious diseases thus far reix.rted this year is as follows: Chicken Px. 40 : scarlet fever, 14: erysipelas. 5: whooping cough, 1; measles, ; pneu monia, .5. Regarding the H. cases of measles thus far reported, nine cases existed at one tune in West Wardsboro. A familr of is, including one or two married daugh ters and their children, found that one of the children had contracted the disease and before the case was under control nine members were afflicted. Thus far this year Health Officer Leach has examined between l..WK and children in the schools in the vn nous towns with the execution of Guil ford and Brattleboro, the latter having its senooi nurse who looks after the ex animation of the children. In addition h has been called noon to investicrntf various cases or nuisances, one of the re cent ones being that of a dead cow which was found near one of the brooks I-etliiig a water supolv reservoir. -n innovation that has been instituted in Springfield (Vt.) and which is. excit ing interest throughout the state, nartir- ularly in Brattleboro, is the recent regu lation adopted by the board of health in that town reourrins tuberculin tests for all cattle from which milk is retailed. There tests are made through the state board of agriculture. The scheme, which is now in effect, was at first onnosed bv some of the. farmers, but it Las worked so well that about every farmer favors i ne pian, so that now no mi k exeunt that which conies from tested herds is retailed. Many Prominent neonle in TSmttt..linr have registered their approval of a simi lar plan here ami it is exnected that Health Othcer Leach nt .some fntnro time will suggest that Brattleboro join in i ins lurnuni movement. FOR SALE Two-Tenement House on Canal Street Siv and five rooms each. Slated, fur nace and electric lights, gas. two hen houses. Lot 62 by 300 feet deep, with a large garden, seven apple trees, grapes, strawberry and asparagus Beds. Shade trees about the house. Here is a home lor you worth something. Do not let this sale pass you. See me at once for it must he sold. Wm. C. Ilorton Agency 19 Brook Street How Much Is Enough Life Insurance? . You are worth what you have got if it is good, plus what your expectation of life entitles you to get, if you live to get it. Capitalize the if ele ment by life insurance and you- will aswer the question and enjoy relief from fear and care. Consult us. National Life Ins. Co. of Vt. (Mutual.) F, C. DINES. Special Agent . Brattleboro, Vt. :& ...v .11, While followitisr some tracks across a field this morning the Depity Constable accidentally steppedon his hnger. Sile Kildew savs it is interesting to sit ami watch a mud turtle around a iond, lie says a turtle may be setting quietly on a loe in the edze of the water, and that if rain begins to fall, the turtle will dive into the water to keep from getting wet. Poke Eazlev left last evening for Tick ville after a doctor for his wife. He will visit relatives before returning. " Copyrightil.2t. George ilatthew Adams July Investment Suggestions IPo First Mortgage Farm Loans ' Denomination $400 to $25,000 7 First Mortgage Farm Bonds Denominations $100, $500 and $1,000 ' 7 Collateral Trust Bonds Denominations $100, and multiples of $100 8 Cumulative Preferred Stock $100 per share " As our supply of these securities at the stated interest rates is limited, prompt action on the part of investors is advantageous. Call at our office or write today for complete information.- i '-"'"-'.;;' ' , Vermont Loan & Trust Company Brattleboro, Vermont Spokane, Wash.' ' Salem, Ore. " Lewiston, Mont. The same high-grade investments we have sold for thirty sFx years without loss to any investor, Special Sale This Week FOR CASH 2y2 bu. Perfection Oats, . ,. $1.50 Meal, Cracked Corn and , Corn ...... ... ... $1.60 Bran $1.65 Wirthmore Balanced Ra " tion . ;. . . ; . . ..-.y, ; $2.40- Favorite Dairy Ration; - ; . ' per tori $42.00. Stock Feeds . . , ? i $1.70 Good Native Hay, ' per ton $32.00 Salvaged Wheat, . per hundred $2.00 Try Our Osota Mixed Feed, . $1.75 Brattleboro Grain Co. 125 Elliot Street - .'Phone 927 ' Buying Safety For a Few Cents a Week For just A few cents a week, a cent a day, more or less, you can place your valuable papers, deeds, notes, con tracts, insurance policies, jewelry or heirlooms in a pri vate safe deposit box in our burglar and fireproof vault. The peace of mind you gain is worth that much and the safety may prove a thousand times as valuable. Brattleboro Trust Co. BRATTLEBORO. VT. r -' ': -' ' J' SHE spirit of this institu- al tion is one of. cordiality and good service. - ; . : ; ' It always has the ' time and disposition i to be obliging and thoughtful of your interests. Peoples National Bank Brattleboro, Vt. A h i.