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THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY REFORMER. SATURDAY, AUGUST 19M922.
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS 5 cents a line first insertion; 2'j cents a line each subsequent insertion. Cash in Advance. Minimum Charge, 20 cents. WANTED. WANTED Four table boarders nt 0 Church Place. 111-14(1 W. F. 14.",-tf WANTED Pigs and shoates. Richardson Co. FOR SALE. WANTED Girl for second work. Add reus Box "S," e-o Reformer. 14(-tf WANTED Girl to help' with peneral housework. 148 Canal St. Tel. 1015-M. 142-tf WANTED Woman for general house work. Inquire 14 Prospect at. Tel. (54!)- M. l-l-tf WANTED Few boarders, witu pn-1 vate family at i) Church Place. Tel. 1 (H)S-W. l-laO" FORD HELLING AGENTS for .sur rounding towns. John E. inith & C.. Bratt U'boro Garage. 137-tf WANTED At once, two or thre good men to cut wood and logs. Ilolden & Martin Lu tuber Co. 14(i-tf WANTED Woman for ironing Tues day forenoons. Mrs. W. J. l.igelow, 10 Crosby St. , Tel. 74.VIV. 14.-147 WANTED Position to care for elderlv ladv or housekeeper. Address W T2 G reen St. or tel. 772-Y. 142-147 WANTED Cows and horses to pas ture bv week or season. F. E. Gammell, West BraUieboro, Vt. Tel. 211-12. : lOlJf WANTED At once good all around hon man for making boxes and running jointing saw. Ilolden & Martin Lumber ; Co. 14t-tf WANTED Any amount lVj-inch round edge june lumber, also square edge any size. Address Lumber, care Re former. 144-l-"( WANTED Two good men to work on farm. Must be good milkers. Steady job for good men. G. J. Perkins & Son, Tel. t-22. 120-tf WANTED Position as housekeeper by experienced woman for widower, no ' other adults. No objection to one or two children. Address Bux 8SS, Reformer office. 142-1 02 WANTED Woman by widower with boy five years of age; one desiring home rather than high wages. A permanent home for right party. Box 227, Winches ter, N. II. 142-147 WANTED Man or woman, $40 week ly full time, $1 an hour spare time, sell ing guaranteed hosiery to wearer. Ex perience unnecessary. International Hosiery Mills. Norristown. P 14(i WANTED Women and girls. We want 2." power sewing-machine oper ators. Light, easy work. Good wages guaranteed. Bonus paid each week. Board and room in our own dormitory under supervision of matron. If inter ested apply at 0-aee. Richmond Under wear Co., Richmond. Vt. 138-140 SPECIAL NOTICES. CASH PAID for wool at the Richard Bon Market. 72-tf DR. BAILEY, Chiropodist, 208 Bar ber Block. Tel. 1027-W. 141-tf i 1 UBLIC CAR, anytime, anywhere. L. W. Kelley, 2a Washington St. Tel. 159-J. 113-tf " IL E. ABBOTT, long or short automo bile , trips at reasonable prices. Tel. 171-W or 2C2. 84-tf SANDERS' BEAUTY SHOP, Room 16, Crosby Block. Swedish scalp and Violet Rny treatments. Tel. SOO-l. 140-tf CALL UP 44G-W for your painting and papering ; all work guaranteed. Wall paper. William Shaw, 46 Maple St. 58-tf MASON WORK, building and cleaning chimneys a specialty. I do out-of-town work. E. J. Cavaoaugh, 1S8 Elliot St. 'Phone 209-J. o-tl PERCALE REMNANTS Light col ors, assorted patterns, 3-lb. bundle, about 16 yards, 1.75. Walter Scott, Box 140, Keene, N. H. 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 short trips, at reasonable price. Clar ence D. Moon, 10 Frost Place, 'phone 684-M. 122-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 Newfane, Vt. 1-tf ALL WOOL KNITTING YARN for Pule, direct from manufacturer, at 9.c, $1.35 and $1.00 a jwund. Postage paid on $3 orders. Write for samples. We also do custom work. II. A. Bartlett. Harmony, Maine. 133-163 SETXTHE ORIGINAL WAT KINS PRODUCTS Good city territory still open. Get our wonderful offer and free samples. Write today. The J. R. Wat kins Co., Dept. 70, 04 Washington St., North Boston. Mass. 140 CASH AND CARRY MARKET in a J live industrial town in Vermont. Did a Dusiness oi arouna .-tu,uuu last year. Well equipped, centrally located. Will be sold at a low price if taken before Sept. 1. Address "Fy" care Reformer office. - . - . 120-tf LINEMEN High tension, light and power experience, 71c. an hour, O-hour day, time and a half overtime, double time Sundays and holidays. )pen shop. This is not railroad work. Call on Tues day before 2 p. m.,. Aug. 22, Brooks House, Mr. Peters. 140-14S MONEY MADE working spare time for The Fraternities. Either sex. Expe rience not necessary. We lead all com petitors in Maine. Representatives wanted in every town and city in Maine, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Ver mont. Box F, Richmond, Maine. 135-140 LOST. LOST At aviation meet pocketbook containing papers. -Reward to iinder. yp Green St. 110 LOST Over a week ago, gentleman's silver wrist watch. Finder please return to Dr. Rice's office and receive suitable FOR SALE Five-room cottage house. Inquire 0 West St. 121-152 FOR SALE Dry slab wood, also dry hard wood. Tel. 221-.I. 130-147 F( R SALE Dry stove wood. M. A. Thompson. Guilford Center. 133-102 FOR SALE and coal stove. Ice box, sewing machine Tel. 221-.T. 145-150 FOR SALE Dry slab wood .also dry hard wood. Tel. 221 -J. 145-150 FOR SALE Modern two-tenement house, close in. Call 824-1. 137-tf FOR SALE Soft wood slabs, $4.50 a lot d. Ilolden & Martin Lumber Co. 19-tf FOR SALE Furniture and ranges, new and second-hand, at J. B Dunton's. FOR SALE Cows, fresh and spring ers. C. A. Whipple, R. F, D. . 3. Tel. 372-W. 138-tf FOR SALE Another car of galvan ized iron rooting. Fitch Plumbing Co. 130-tf FOR SALE Piano in fair condition. Kf." cash. Agnes Theisse, 9 Church Place. 145-140 ttttl SALE Five 34x4VL' cord tires Hi m, II ihkii I UUI 7 fc . Si - vH!e y, y-yr Ll JMm .iJjli five t,x -t'i! corn i yes and tubes, all in good condition. Walter S. Pratt. 143-tf FOR SALE 8- and 14-quart" peach baskets. Tel. 227-Y for prices delivered. Seott Farm. 140-tf FOR SALE House, seven rooms, new and modern, garden and garage. Tel. 727-J at S a. in. 146-151 FOIi SALE Dry hard wood in chunks or split. E. R. Thomas, West Brattleboro, Vt. Tel. 14-3. 120-tf FOR SALE Lumber, dimension tim ber, board and shingles. Sawing and planing. B. L. Terry, R, 8, Brattleboro. - C4-tf FOR SALE Used parts for Ford cars, and used bodies, complete motor and transmission $10. John E. Smith & Co. Tel. 34-W. 113-tf FOR SALE Overland 90 model, fine mechanical condition, good tires; for quick sale $210 takes it. Address '-Car," care Reformer. 145-14S IX Hi SALE Steam boiler, 8 or 10 Ii. P., perfect condition, carries 80 lbs. of steam. Cash or bankable papers. 'Phone 222 or 131-.T. 112-tf FOR KALE S. C. Black Minorca cock erels, Northrup stran, $1 up; S. C. W. Leghorn cockerels. Barron strain, $1 up. Humphrey & Goodwin, Chesterfield, N. II. 144-140 FOR SALE Tea-wagon, nursery ice lxx, auto robe, auto-bed for car, Neo style mimeograph, Thermalite medical lamp, folding screeu, baskets, table, couch cover. Call between 3 and 4 p. m. A. G. Morrell, Wilder Block. 143-tf FOR' SALE HORSES My load of 30 head will arrive Tuesday, Aug. 22. A load of extra good chunks ; 0 pairs 2700 to 300!), balance singles 1300 to 1SO0. If you are in the market1 for horses, look this lot over and get my prices. You surely can find what you want out of this load. Wagons, dtimpcarts, collars and harnesses. W. J. Tetreault, Green field, Miiss. 145-147 Come in and get a can of wonderful Flyosan. It kills flies, ants, cock roaches, bed bugs and other insects. It's easy, safe and clean to use. You apply it with a sprayer. 75 cents per can. CHAS. F- MAUM 88 Main TEL. 38 88 Mala Carl A. Mitchell UNDERTAKER Lady Assistant 180 Main Street Telephone 834-W or 831-R 3 PRIVATE FARM WORK HORSES Replaced by truck and tractor No. 1. Beautiful voung Morgan horse weighing 1.250; price $00, cost $200; also used for farm work. Pair Canadian brown horses weighing together 2,800 ; sell pair for $125, cost $400. Also the harnesses, farm wagons and carriages. Also late roll top Vim truck, carry ton, in good condition, price $150. Call private resi dence. 08 High St., Medford, Mass., near Medford square. Seen any time. Thirty days trial. Tel. 3189-W Mystic. Mr. William Haley. 131-101 FARMS AND COUNTY HOMES SPECIAL FOR WEEK AUGUST 14 3-acre state road home. South Shore, SS00, cash; furnished village home, can commute, $1,700 ; 10 acre home, 200 fruit trees, 15 miles out, J3,500 ; 100-acre turnpike road farm with stock, crops, tools, $1.700 ; 00-acre farm, horses, cows, tools, hay, valuable crops, $2,750; 340-acre equipped farm, $0,000, ami 02 others. See Bargain Bulletin Bull Dog Edition 81 corrected to Aug. 14 postpaid anywhere. Dept. F, P. F. Leland, Broker in Country Real Estate, Farms For Sale, 553 Old South Bldg., Boston 9, Mass. TO RENT. TO RENT Garage. Tel. 727-J. - 140-151 TO RENT Room at 83 Main St. 141-tf TO RENT Room, 14 Forest St. 133-tf TO RENT Room at 13 Green St. 140-tf TO RENT Rooms at 42 Canal St. 133-tf TO RENT Furnished rooms. 22 South Main St. 120-tf TO RENT One three-room apart ment, furnish ed. Tel. 017-M. 134-tf TO RENT Rooms at the Elliot Apartment, 71 Elliot St. New, modern rooms. 13 1-tf TO RENT Three furnished rooms for light housekeeping. Call before 7.30 p. m. Mrs. J. F. Bailey, 11 Green St. 143-tf Addie Ade's Adventures The Minut e-a-Day Serial CHAPTER 25 "This suit of mine is so full of wrinkles it would make a rhinoceros look like a RUBBER Balloon," said Addie, who was unpacking her trunk the next evening. "I was a little hurried and crowded , for space when I put these things in." '"Like the TRA YEL1NG Man I heard about who was crying in the smoking car of a train the other day." put in Sally. "The man next to him asked what the TROUBLE Was andfhe traveling man said : "Well, I was packing my bag in a hurry to make this train and 1 got everything in but two pairs of SHOES So I unpacked and put the shoes in first and when I got through, there were two pairs of trousers left out. 'I wouldn't cry like that about two pairs of TRO USERS' The other man said. 'I'm not. you blamed fool,' the traveling man said, 'but I had to leave out TWO Quarts of whiskev to get the trousers in.'" "Well, anyhow," Addie continued, '"I've got to get .some of these things pressed and I don't know where wait a reached Automobile Repair Work AUTOS FOR HIRE Long or short trips , Reasonable price Also STORAGE FOR AUTOMOBILES R. B. Longstaff 156 Elliot St. Phone 836-M MINUTE Let's for the paper. see " and she "Here's the PLACE For me," pointing her finger reward. 141-140 at a particular spot on the classified page. "Tailoring and Pressing fast service and it's only two blocks away." "Go get 'em, you old ad hound," said Sallv. (To be continued) Copyright, 1921, by Basil L. Smith WANTED About August 24, 50 Men and Women Good wages. SNOWFLAKE CANNING CO. Carney's Auto Service DAY OR NIGHT 21 Thomas Street. Tel. 681-R Brattleboro-Springfield, Mass. , Daily Motor Express II. A. Burrington Tel. 137-Y STRIKING PAGEANT AT NORTHFIELD - - - - - Delegates Attending Christian Endeavor Institute Present It -Services in Auditorium Sunday. EAST NORTH FI ELD. Aug. If. A striking missionary pageant The Light of the World, was presented last eve ning by the delegates attending the Massachusetts Christian i Endeavor in stitute. The pageant was given in the auditorium, and was under the super vision and directioni of Miss Isabella M. Chute, chairman of the state union mis sionary committee, and other members of the committee. It was the fifth pag eant presented at the conference grounds this season, and was one of the best, considering that rehearsals have been held only sipce Tuesday. Sunday morning the hist of the big auditorium meetings connected with the conferences wjll be hehl, inasmuch as the Christian Endeavor conference which closes tomorrow evening is( the last conference of the year here. The preacher at 10.45 a. m. and at 8 p. m. in kn oiiHitfil-ium will Via TJpv Ahrnm K. Cory, 1. I)., of New York city. His artdnis in tne morning win ne upon Some Fundamentals of Christian Mis sions, and in the evening he will sieak on Three Crosses. Rev. Arthur Bud man will lead a consecration service in the afternoon at 3.30, speaking ipon Working Together. A twilight service will be held on Round Top at, 7. Denominational conferences will be held at 10 a. m. today instead cf classes, the last of which were held today. At 11 a. m- an open forum will be held, in Sage chapel, at which an opportunity will be given for asking questions uiwii anv of the perplexing questions which arise in the early phases of Christian experience. Jesus Law of Love, will be the subieet of th last address in Sage .,1,.. tw.i t,x. T?ov Arthur T?ndman. 'Fther Endeavor Clark", as Rev. Dr. Frneis E. Clark, founder of Chris tian Tdavor nd resident of the world Christian Endeavor union, will 1 present Saturdav evening and will ad dress the institute and friends at the 'Hlitri"m upon Endeavorers "ou Should Know. FIND DYNAMITE IN COAL. Ten Sticks Concealed In Car Being Un loaded at Holyoke. IIOLYOKE. Aug. 10. A box contain ing 10 sticks of dynamite was found in a soft coal ear being unloaded by the Abbott Tallow Co. late yesterday. Work men notified C. II. Ab!ott of 100 Allyn street, who notified the police. The dvnamite was taken out gingerly and re moved to the Abbott storehouse, awaiting a formal permit for its removal else where. The box was buried about two feet deep near the center of the coal. Consid erable coal had been -unloaded before it was found. The sticks are about a foot long and an inch and a half in diameter. The car was shipped to Holyoke from Johnstown. Pa., and is a Reading car numbered 204.0:50. The car had only recently arrived. McKay Hardware Co. Formerly Tclfer & McKay IiAIN CHECKS FOREST FIRES. Minnesota Fighters Trying to Extinguish Slumbering Blazes. DULI'TII, Minn.. Aug. 10. After a night of virtual calm men fighting the 200-odd forest tires -Hp read over 200,000 acres in northern Mimrtsofa set out to day to attempt to get a hold on the vari ous blazes before they could be stirred into graver menaces by heavy winds. A light rain fell early today. There has been no casualties up to this morning, although several persons were reported missing. SUBSCRIBE FOR THE REFORMER H. S. KILLELEA Electrical Contracting Wiring Motor Repairing Telephone 580-YV or 580-R Mosher Bldg. WHEN IN WANT of Real Estate CALL ON The Arthur R. Lyman Agency MArLE STREET NORTHFIELD MASS. Telephone 114-3 LOST Wednesday morning, between Forest and Main streets, a plain gold bar pin set with two dark red stones ; inscrip- , tion on back. Return to Reformer Office. 140-147 TO RENT Very desirable office room in Crosby Block J.E.MANN DR. FOOTE, DENTIST Princess .Hotel Tuesday, Aug. 22 to Friday, Sept. 1 Grip Tight Plates Fillings Cleanings Gold Crowns Bridge Work Painless Extracting No Pain No Cocaine Contracting and Jobbing v Mason Work a Specialty Tyler & While Tel. 661-M NOTICE. My wife, Ina C. Connolly, has left my bed and board without just cause. 1 will pay no bills of her contracting oa and I after this date, Aug. 10. 1022. W. T. CONNOLLY. CARL F. CAIN MERCHANT TAILOR 1.-0 Mr.! Street. Husband and Wife 0 Ik "F My husband 'always combs his hair most carefully just before he jumps into bed. Mrs. E. A. Mc. . What Does Y'our Husband Do? Copyright, 1921, George Matthew Adams MARK-DOWN SALE OF . 1922 Spring and Sum mer Suits ' , y ' Thirty-six years business experi ence in selling Fine Custom-Made Clothes In Drattleboro means the REST there is in tailoring for yon. SO Suitings marked down $5.00 to $15.00 from regular prices. It will pay you to call and see me as' I can save you money on all orders. WALTER H. HAIGH 39 Washington Street BROOKS HOUSE G. E. Sherman Manager SALE 20 Per Cent Discount On All NORTH POLE Ice Cream Freezers 10 Per Cent Reduction on Brooms and Brushes of all kinds 110 Main Street VERMONT NEWS. Lightning struck the barn on the Wil liam Gordon farm near Felchvillc Wednesday afternoon and caused a tire that razed the dwelling house also. Three cows were lost with the 30 tons ot new hay. The household effects were saved. The insurance was said to be $00 although Mr. Gordon is known to have refused an offer vi $;i,300 for his place recently. Rollin Renson, a painter of Burling ton had an almost miraculous escape from instant death yesterday morning when he fell from a swinging staging on the west side of the Hotel Vermont, lie struck on the cement sidewalk, some .. feet below. He was taken to the Mary Fletcher hospital where he wa found to be suffering from a broken leg and bad bruises about the head. The surgeons hope to be able to save his eyesight. Stephen Iioughman, a traveling me chanic who has been employed at Vhit ir.gham, was yesterday taken to Wind sor to serve a term of not more than one year or less than nine months for stealing a suit of clothes. ' Loughman was charged "with entering the house of Daniel Powers at North Bennington, af fecting an entrance, by breaking a lock, and stealing a suit belonging to a roomer. It was also charged that he broucht the suit to P.ennington and sold it to .Tames Fox, the proprietor of a second-hand store. Margaret Agan, 14-year-old daughter of Mrs. Delia Agan of White River Junction, is at the Hanover. N. H., hos pital receiving treatment for a bullet wmind in 'the thigh inflleted accidentally bv a bullet from a 22-calibre revolver in the hands of 10-year-old Anthonv O'Brien. The bullet, which .lodged in the fleshy part rf the thigh, did v.ot touch the bone. The wound from which the lead was extracted will have to be kept open some weeks to avoid infec tion, doctors state. The little girl hnd reen entrusted with tne rare vi n ih-iim-bor's hens and sh took a number of voung friends with her to aid in the Troeess of feeding the birds. Young O'Brien was a member of the party and he discovered a rusty revolver in the barn in whw-h the hens are kept. Think ing that it was empty, he pointed the wapon towards the floor and milled the trigger. The revolver went off. kicking it did siiffieiertt.lv: to raise the mur rle to an angle high enough to wound the girl, who was standing near. NORTHFIELD, MASS. Pomon fi ranee Has Field Day. The annual Field day of the Connecti cut Valley Pomona Grange was held at Mount Hermon on Friday. The Frank lin County Farm Bureau and the Frank lin Count v Extension Service co-operated with the Grange in the event. The forenoon was devoted to athletic events on, Chambers field in charge of Taul E. Moody of Greenfield, who is the sperin-tr-lint of the,Rovs' cb'hs and Girls' clubs of this county. There were 25 nt"i.-ic events and the Gill Grange re ceived a cup for winning the most ints. S. Guiding Star Grange of Greenfield was second with 6-t point. Onns were- awarded to the boy and the girl winning the most noints. these be inr IItoM Smead of Greenfield nnd Is abel Otterbcin of Gill. Thirty children contested. Picnic dinner was served on h? lawns of Camn 1111 with hot cof fee and milk furnished by Mount, Iler mn school. The afternoon session was held tn Camn Hall with E. C. ChnmnaiW nost msler of the Stnte Grange prsiding and in charge of the sinfini. He also sang two seleotions. Other sneakers were T,. E. Smith, past state mter. on Benefits of the State Grnnge. Trof. II. TI Wiuf of Cornell universitv'on Dairv b'V. rrof. A. V. McDougnll of the M. A. C. on. Farm Wages: Howard S. Russell, secretary of the Massachusetts Farm Bureau Federation, on Federation of tate Bureaus. The state agent of th" Massachusetts Anti-Saloon leacrne spoke for a few minutes explaining bills that will come before the November election for f referendum vote pertsinng to prohibition. At the close of the pro rran those interested were conduct! to Hie Hermon barns to inspect the Hoi stein herd which is the largest hr of horougMirpd Holsteins in the United States. This is the third, year the agri cultural organizations have met here. Ther were fullv 200 present and all felt it an ideal place for the meeting of next year. . . Polish New 8hoes. Brown boots or ph.s should be rubbed over with a 8l!c oZ raw potato before the poM'h Is applied. Then they are cosy o c3an end take a good polish. . JITNEY Between East Dover and Brattleboro Leave East Dover . Leave So. Newfane Leave Williamsville Arrive Brattleboro 7.00 a. m. 7.30 a. m. 7.4.1 a. m. 8.15 a. m. Leave Brattleboro ......... 4.00 p. m. Arrive Williamsville 4 .SO p. nr. Arrive So. Newfane 4.45 p. m. Arrive East Dover ........ f.15 p. m. Leave orders at Thomas's Drug Store or Telephone East Dover Ull-2. ' The Uses of a Bank The. uses of a bank are more than most peo pie imagine. With its facilities, its acquaintance, its organization, this bank is enabled to be of use. to its patrons in many ways. - , We welcome opportunities to be of service. Vermont National Bank SAFETY STRENGTH SERVICE Last of tlie 7's Our readers will not fail to recall our oft repeated suggestion to take advantage of the passing opportunity to secure 7 FARM" MORTGAGE INVESTMENTS, in view of the inevitable and early drop in interest rates. Interest has fallen and there Is every indication that It will be , still lower. Only for a short time longer ran we offer 7 FARM MORT GAGE SECURITIES, and therefore urge all who have not done so, to take advantage of this rate while it is yet obtainable, before our limited supply of 7 investments is exhausted. We are still able to offer a choice of FIRST MORTGAGE FARM LOANS, FIRST MORTGAGE FARM BONDS, and COLLATERAL TRUST BONDS at the 7 rate. .Call or write today for full particu lars. Vermont Loan & Trust Company Spokane, Washington Salem, Oregon Lewistown, Montana. BRATTLEBORO, VERMONT. The same high-grade investments we have sold for thirty-six years without loss to any investor. For a Few Cents a Week Safety for Valuables And Convenience We don't all have precious heirlooms and costly jewelry and things of great worth. But most of us have papers like insurance policies, wills and other important documents whose loss would cause distress and annoyance. ' The place for them is in a safe deposit box in our vault. , For a few cents a week they will be abso lutely protected safe and yet always available. Brattleboro Trust Company GOOD BANKING constitutes Good ManagenieLVt Good Security ' Good Investment Good Service This institution maintains these attri butes as fundamental principles of conservative banking, . ' ' Peoples National Bank Brattleboro, Vt.