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f" THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY REFORMER, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER .'2, 1022.
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS & cents a line first insertion; 2J cents a line each subsequent insertion. Cash in Advance. Minimum Charge, 20 cents. WANTED. St. WANTED Table boarders. WANTED Plain Chopin St. WANTED Kitchen Restaurant. WANTED Pigs Richardson C.. 4G Clark 1 i-.fi. 1 TM cook. Apply I -I lr.s 157-tf FOR SALE. FOR SALE Dry wood. Tel. KiT-M. rock maple stove 157-151) and ehoates. W. F. 145-tf " WANTED A few table boarders at i Church Place. Tel. 10OS-W. 15JV15S WANTED Chairs to cane. G. W. TTiiflum -X Snrinar St. Tel. 773-.T. , -. -- . - - 15S-1G3 ! FOU SALE Dry Tlioinifson, Guilford FOU SALE Ice box, sewing machine stove wood. M. A. Center. 133-1C2 and coal stove. Tel. '-21-3. 143-1 59 FOU SALE Dry slab wood hard wood. Tel. '221.1. FOU load ,also dry 145-159 SALE Soft wood slabs, .$4.50 a Holden & Martin Lumber Co. lit-tf WANTED Typewriting to do at home. Mrs. A. II. Lober, Westminster, yr- 15(M74 WANTED Two or three good chop pers. D. II. Fraser, 79 Canal St. 'Phone 376-Y. . lLtf WANTED Office work by giH, high aKvni rrHiiati Address A. D. C, Re former Office. 154-tf WANTED Work for one-ton truck. C. M. Burnham, West Chesterfield. N. II. 'Phone 79-U. lob-l.vs WANTED Brick masons, tools ready for work. Dix & Springfield, Vt. Bring Staples, 150-tf WANTED Woman work, Sept. 5 to 15. bins, Tel. 3TO-M. for general house Mr b. M. C. Hob-157-tf WANTED Two laundresses. Elec tric power. Apply Matron, Austine In stitution, Tel. tWi. 155-tf pay $2. ANTED Men to chop wood. Will E. U. Thomas, West 14-3. 152-tf Brattleboro. cord. Tel. WANTED Cows and horses to pas ture bv wek or season. F. E. Gammell, West Brattleboro, Vt. Tel. 211-12. WANTED Suit case washings to do. Will call for and' deliver. Reasonable prices. Address X, Reformer Office 15.)-lol " WANTED Woman or young girl to help with housework for month of Sep tember. Apply Rice Farm, Tel. 5!V7-V. 157-1 .rs FOU SALE Furniture new and second-hand, at J. FOU SALE Oakland a bargain. It. G. Willis, a nd ranges, 15. Duntou's. six touring car, 7 Cherry St. 14S-1C1 FOU SALE A Hound pup 5 months old. John Ilediiian, 7i) Williams St. 157-1. "8 FOU SALE Second hand bathtub with fixtures, also lavatory. Edgett & Co. 152-tf FOU SALE One brand new Singer sewing machine. For information call 50-M. 15:S-tf FOU SALE S veral ai res standing rowen. John E. Smith, Tel. 34-W or S3S-W. 154-tf p.-,.. innii aj.u mvr. v"lwwn,wJWWW!.'l a' i til mmtn nmi mi i" i i'l w i tmnn ir fMwitf AVARICE CAUSE OF CRIME. There are nineteen Eeready cases all :he new "Spotlight' ::; 0 foot- range is the 1 c;ht for out-of-doors. styles of good ones " with the real Hash- FOU SALE Chalmers touring car. perfect mechanical condition. Tel. 1'M or 4U!-M. 153-15S FOU SALE Six-weeks-old each. F. 15. Howard, Putney, 32, Putney. pigs Vt. 1 Tel. 54-tf Ft Hi SALE Hemlock to order, also by boards. Putney, Vt. lumber sawed B. M. Ueed. 147-2(0 FOU baskets. Scott F SALE S Tel. 227-Y a rm. and 14-quart peach for prices delivered. 140-tf FOU SALE Fancy high grade Guern sey cow. new milch. II. F. - Newell. 'Phone 2r.-(W. 153-tf FOU SALE Plums a bushel. W. It boro. Tel C.4 5 10c. a quart, $3 Newton, West Brattle-15;-15S WANTED Oct. 1 by two women four or five clean rooms on first floor, cen trally located. Address C, care Reformer Office. 157-1W . . 1 t WANTED Two good men to work .' yuua jjd, on farm. Must be good milkers. Steady pOR SALE Stewart sitting room Job for good men. U. j.ierkius s wn, stove jo-inch fire box. coal. Call G to 8 FOU SALE New milch cow and calf; also one Jersey cow. Brooks House Stable. Tel. 3(H)". 157-150 FOU SALE Ford Magnetos re charged in live minutes. Price $3. John E. Smith & Co., Ford Agents. 154-tf FOU SALE mixed dry wood -Dry hard wood -S12 cord, SIO. stove lengths. Wil- Brattleboro. 15S for good Tel. 9-22. WANTED By two high school girls, work in return for board and room. Fred 8. Emerson, West Chesterfield. N. H. 'Phone 712. 154-15s WANTED To rent farm not far from Brattleboro. Advance monthly or quar terly payments to suit owner. 'Phone Newfane 32-14. .' 157-158 WANTED Shell cameo pin. head preferred, in old setting. . State price and where same can be seen. Address Cameo. Reformer Office. 157-1K7 WANTED Capable woman to take charge of household and care of two children. Mrs. II. D. Wilbur, West Brat tleboro. Tel. 75-R. 155-tf WANTED Housekeeper for mau and wife in country, middle-aged woman pre ferred. Call or write Mrs. reu v nuer, of steam. Cash or M3 Western Ave- West Brattleboro, t. j 'Phone 222 or 131-J 153-tf p. in. 87 Green street, upstairs. l.7-tf FOR SALE One soda fountain anil fixtures complete with syrups. H. M. Kingsbury, South Londonderry, Vt. 153-1,58 FOU SALE Oak dining table, 9x12 seamless rug, white bureau, gas plate. Inquire at 21 Grove St. or 'phone 137-R. 154-15!) FOU SALE Lumber, -dimension tim ber, board and shingles. Sawing and planing. B. L. Perrv, R. 3, Brattleboro. 04-tf FOU SALE One work horse, two cows, line condition, two calves, for $250. Address Box 3, West Brattleboro. 'Phone 2NG-W. 153-1C.2 No matter what kind of a case mu have, insist on the long lived Kveready battery for it and insist on fresh batteries that's the kind you'll find here. Cases, Batteries and Lamps. They are the only kind you'll 1111(1 here everyone of them tested before you get them. CHAS. F. MANN IS Main TEL. 38 38 Main Pcnsylvania. Police Find It Leads In Human Failings. IIAItRISBFRG. Sept. 2. Avarice led all human failings as a cause of crime for which arrests were made by the Pennsylvania state police during 1021. Of a "total of 12.!H)s arrests covered in a report for the year, made public here yesterday, 5,550 were listed under this heading. . The -pojiee report - bases- crime on human emotions and lists most of the offenses under headings' suggestive of the fundamental traits, responsible. Avarice covers the various forms of theft and robber v. Under the heading recklessness are listed 4.2S!) arrests, which were the result largely of violations of the auto mobile laws. Alcoholic stimulation was responsible for 1.270 arrests. The other headings and the totals are: Drugs. 4: lust. 027; revenge, 1,020; subnormal mentality, 142. More single than married men were arrested and for most of those taken into custody the offense was their first. McKay Hardware Co. Formerly Teller & McKay The Mag of the never lowered, not of a sovereign. ; British admiralty is even" upon the death TO RENT. TO RENT Room. 20 Green St. 150-1 Gl TO RENT Room, 14 Forest St. ' 133-tf TO RENT Front corner room on first floor. Mrs. Thomas Winn, 3 Elm street. 152-tf Carl A. Mitchell UNDERTAKER Lady Assistant 180 Main Street Telephone 834 -W or 834-R SPECIAL NOTICES. CASH-PAID for wool at the Richard son Market; 72-tf DR. BAILEY, Chiropodist, 208 Bar ber Block. Tel. 1027-W. 141-tf PUBLIC CAR. anytime, anywhere. L. W. Kelley, 25 Washington St. Tel. 150-J. lmf SANDERS' BEAUTY SHOP. Room 1(5, Crosby Block. Swedish scalp and Violet Uay treatments. Tel. KuP-1. lJOjtf CALL UP 440-W lor your painting and papering; all work guaranteed. Wall paper. William Shaw, 40 Maple St. 58-tf "W. I-. ' 1 5 A RlfEM t. "salesman fori he J. R. Wat kins products. Telephone orders promptly delivered. 103 High St. l.'8-u;o FINE CANNING and eating pears. SI. 50 per bushel at Sunny hill Farm. Mrs. Charles A. Post, Chesterfield, N. II. 157-150 WANTED Position as housekeeper by, experienced woman for widower, no other adults. No objection to one or two children. Address Box 888, Reformer Office. J.VI1? WANTED Man or woman, $40 week-1 als anl reasonable prices an hour spare time, sell-1 " ri j, rnruenoro. i. IT lull time. SI an hour spare lug guaranteed hosiery to wearer. perience unnecessary. International Hosiery Mills, Norristown, Pa. 158 Addie Ade's Adventures 37 FOU SALE Steam boiler, 8 or 10 H. P., perfect condition, carries 80 lbs. bankable papers. 112-tf FOU SALE Six hole Glenwood range in good condition." Price $12. A. F. Laible, It. F. D. 2. West Brattle boro. 'Phone 143-Y. 153-158 SALE May Rose Guernsey bull Splendid breeding, good individ- Stowe Farm. 151-tf BU1CK AUTO SEUVICE, long or o i short tr'ms. at reasonable price, Utr- 1 enee 1). Moon, 10 Frost l'lace, phone GM-M. 122-tf MASoX WORK, building and cleanins chimneys a specialty. I d ont.-of-town work. ' E. J. Cavanaugh, INS Elliot St. 'Phone iioO-.T. 05-tf FOU RENT Farm in Marlboro town ship, about 2(M acres. $1 per acre. Ad dress F. G.. Reformer Office. 153-157 TO RENT After Sept. 1, very desir able newiy furnished cottage at Spofford Lake. Telephone, electric lights, running snrimr water. Address Cottage, care Reformer. 154-157 TO RENT About Sept. 15 a one fam ily house on one of the best streets in town. Nine rooms, modern conveniences, large airy rooms, large garden space, front and back piazzas. Address NYZ. care Reformer. 15(5-15!) Now Is the Time to Buy Binding: Twine Corn Knives Potato Hooks Repair Broken Windows Paint your farm machinery before storing 110 MAIN STREET .MIDDLE-AGED housework or second small family. Salome Ave.. Tel. 577. WOMAN wants work lo do in a Ratte. 33 Western iny?!5 MAGAZINES Most FOR SALE ON WALNUT STREET 120-Ft. Frontage Including the Dr. IIoI ton Barn This building was constructed with the express purpose of some time being remodeled into an apartment house.' A cottage house can also be built on the lot. This is one of the best locations in town. The demand for apartments is greater than ever. S. W. Edgett, Agent TRUCKMEN Connecticut Elberta Peaches For fuming, will start alnnit Sfpt. 5th. Truck delivery means t.ne thml the time of freight with peaches fresh from the orchard. Special attention to buyers by truck at our packing house 50 miles from Springfield on main state ro:id Boston to New York. Fruit packed either in bushels or lis. Barnes Nursery and Orchard Co. Wallingford, Conn. An Opp ortune Time Summer is a good time to put your financial house in order. Let us explain how we can serve " you as Executor and Trustee under your will. - Vermont National Bank Brattleboro, Vermont SAFETY STRENGTH SERVICE The Mlnute-a-Day Serial CHAPTER 37 "Dear Addie," the letter began and Addie's heart did a TAIL-SPIN When sue looked at the nd and saw it was from Jim! First he jumped up and down and then sat down on the edge of her bed and said. "Well, jt's about time he wrote I'd almost lX)RGOTTEN Who he was." "I just thought I'd write and find out how you were," Jim wrote but this wasn't TRUE At all, because by the middle of the second paragraph he was telling her all about himself and that the last two months had seemed like a rear ! for some reason or other. 'Humph" Was Addie's rather satisfied comment on the last statement. "I'm getting kind of 'XI RED Of the farm." Jim fountain penned on. "and if I thought I could get a job, I'd go to the CITY to work maybe over where you've gone. If you should hear of anything that I could do in the line of GAS Engines r automobiles or any thing like that will you let me know?! I'd sort of like to get a letter from you, anyhow." "Guess I could get tim a job." thought Addie, 'JSAME Way as I'm going at it ad in the Situations Wanted columns." (To be' continued . Copyright, 1921, by Basil L. Smith FOU SALE One yearling purebred Shorthorn bull and two purebred Short horn cows; will freshen in September. A. A. An sti n. Newfane. Vt. 1 5f-lC7 FOlt SAL E West River Valley iwta" toes of finest quality. (Jet your order in early for your winter's supply. Satisfac tion guaranteed. 'L'hone (ll-It. 14S-177 Ft li SALE Eleven-acre woodlot. 3 miles from Urattleborn. Now is the time to prepare for coal shortage this winter. Price low. John E. Smith, Tel. 34-W. l.-.2-tf ;le subscriptions or Send for booklet. 1-tf -fash- UAKGAINS IN favorable terms on shij or. reduced club rates. P.rnttleboro News Co. T IT.VV'iraTl KI-: E very nice old iotied soapstone stoves, one the open-fireplace tvpe. Several bargains in used ranges. W.J . 1 "en 1 1 a n L 1 " M (!2 SI WEEKLY AND COMMISSION Large Iloston house has openings for several neat appearing men. See Man ager. Sin (lav !-I2 a. m., Princess, 34. HEMSTITCHING AND ATTACI IM ENT Fits any FOU SALE Sweet corn, 10 cts. doz. ; potatoes. 1 bu. ; beets. $1 bu. ; cabbage. 1 ct. lb.: tomatoes, $1 bu. Geo. E. Blanchard, 20 rods from East Putney deix.t. 154-15i FOR SALE Ford touring car, fine condition ; exttra shock-absorbers, de mountable rims, extra tire, aluminum piston, speedometer, ventilating wind shield, etc. Price low. Fred C. Brown. i Bullock St. Tel. 204-.T. 150-tf j FOU SALE HORSES T have on hand today pair grays 34(M, 3 pairs bays 2S00, 3UM, 3300, and S singles 1300 to 1700 lbs. each, a lot of good chunks ami acclimated 1100 to 1000 lbs... all young and good workers. A horse for all kinds of jobs. Harnesses and collars, wagons and dumpearts. M. J. Tetreault, Green field, Mass. 157-15S WANTED 'A few more passengers for the Athol Fair J , Labor Day and the Day After 1 CARNEY'S AUTO SERVICE Tel. 681-R WANTED FARMS We are' having calls for farms; some Want them made to order, others not so fussy. Let us know what you have. Edgett & Co. WANTED BY LITERARY DIGEST. Subscription canvassers, women or men. to look after renewals and get new orders for this nationally advertised well known periodical with two million read ers. Whole or part time. Commission 25 per cent and salary dependent on amount of business produced. Beginners can earn S2Ti monthly snare time : full time workers $5,(K)0 and upwards an nually. Write for terms to Special Rep resentatives. The Literarv' Digest, 354 Fourth Ave., Box 801, New York. 15S WANTED Men and Women GOOD WAGES Snow Flake Canning Company WANTED Men for Daily and Sunday Paper Routes Brattleboro News Co. Room 15S PICOTING sewing ma chine, p"ice $2. Personal checks Kle. extr:. Bridginan Sale Agency B'x SSI. Buffalo. X. Y. 154-150 SELL THE ORIGINAL V? ATKINS j PEODI'CTS Good city territory still! open. (Jet onr wonderful offer and free samples. Write today. The .1. It. Wat kins Co.. Dept. SO. 04 Washington St., North Boston. Mass. 15s "M.usAzrS'Es-at iJiwESTHFiuclis 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 sale, direct from manufacturer, at 05c:. $1..5 and $1.00 a pound. Postage paid on S5 orders. Write for samples. We also do cutom work. II. A. Bartlett. Harmony, Maine. Ei.'l-lG.i CASH AND, CAIiRY MARKET in a ive imiustrai town in Vermont. lMil a business of around $40,000 last year. Well equipped, centrally located. Will be sold at a low price if taken before Sept. 1. Address T" care Reformer omee. 120-tf FANCY. FRENCH DRY CLEAN ING. Dyeing and Pressing, ladies' and gentlemen's garments, house furnishings of all descriptions. Will collect and de liver on request.. Always reliable. .Tcn ney & Parmenter, 71 Elliot St. Tele phone connection. 15.'1-158 GOOD POSITION for young woman 0 to MO years old in family of three. Care of year-old boy and some second work with time off as arranged. This will be a permanent and attractive posi tion for a young woman of good health nnd character. Mrs. W. S. Howe, 72 High St.. Greenfield, Mass. 150-157 FOR SALE As I have Hold my f irm I will offer for sale a carload of nil' kinds of grain, coton and cocoituut J.l . meal- ;otu and oats, white provender: "ami chirk feed, light oats take the id ace of hay, 5oO squares f John Mansyille asbestos roof ing and siding, lire proof; 4 'fets of new Sarven wheels and 4- sets of wagon axles, a lot of furniture and also a lot of second-hand wheels, one set of scales, weighs l.tKMt lbs.; all kinds of farming tools, blacksmith tools, carpenter tools and a lot of antique mahogany claw feet furniture, one heavy Concord buggy, good t!ie ; one extra good Ford truck, covered, cord tires, new : one forward part of a dump cart ready to use. The above must be sold at some price. 1 will trade anv of the above for a good horse weighing 1.1(H) to l.'JOO lbs. A lot of good harness. Tel. (J17-M. Walter S. Pratt Insurance Covering every need. Anytime. Anywhere. Any Amount. American Bldg. Phone 759 Labor Day It Is By Their Labor That Men Live Through labor well performed they are happy, and because great merit in their labor they are honored. The comforts we enjoy today and the priv ileges that are ours are legacies of labor well performed. And for the future? It is dependent on how vell we work today. LetVwork to - gether. This Institution invites and as sures co-operation. Brattleboro Trust Company ittleboro-Springfield, Mass. Daily Motor Express Burrinfftoa Tel. 137-Y FOR SALE At the Junction of So, Main and Vernon Sts. Several good building lots, the land throngh to Vernon road, and in cludes a valuable sand bank. Edgett & Co. FOR SALE 1 1919 Ford Touring, starter and demountable rims. 1 1920 Ford Sedan, fully equipped 1 1919 Chevrolet Touring 1 1917 Dodge Touring 1 1918 Olds Touring six 1 1918 Overland Touring We are making law prices to maliP room for new cars week. Kvery car in ready to drive away. coming mis fine condition, A. F. Roberts & CO. HARMONY FLACK 300 ACKR FARM $1,SM) 1,000 CORDS WOOD and 200,(M!0 FT. TIMI5KU. estimated; with in striking distance big business toons; naturally tine land; substantial, old styled buildings; a fortune in wood and timber any time, but extra big money if bandied now; 82-year-old" owner cuts price to $1,:;00, part cash. It's "The Trade" of the season. See Bargain Bul letin. Dull Dog Fdition X'2 corrected to Aug. 2 postpaid anywhere. Dept. F. I. F. I.KI.AND. Broker in Country Real Instate, 05;t Old South Bldg., Boston 9, Mass. No fewer than 41 industries make use of lime in one or more important opera tions. Husband and Wife LOST Savings Book, No. 10317 Brattleboro Trust Co. My husband always drops his coat hangers on the floor after using them. Mrs. F. C. II. What Does Your Husband Do? Copyright, 1921, Geurge Matthew AJami WANTED Several two-anartment housed, also cot tages. Customers waiting. Edgett & Co. TO RENT Very desirable oil ice room in Crosby Block J. E. MANN Public Auto Service Evenings, Saturday Afternoons and Sundays RUPERT OOODENOI G1I Telephone 14-16 TRANSPARO Garment Bag With the "Transparo" Gar ment Bag you waste no time "hunting." The garment you want is immediately visible through the transparent fab ric of which the bag is made hence its name. Always Seen; Always Clean Transparent Dustproof Mothproof C. F. THOMAS 31 ii Flowers For All Occasions Hopkins the Florist, Inc. i To the Lover of Antiques We buff and lacquer old Brass Kettles, Pewter Pans. Andirons, etc., at a very moderate cost. G. S. Blodgett Co., Inc. 190-200 Hank St., Burlington, Vt. IF THE FARMERS SHOULD STRIKE our country's largest industry would stop, mil our food snnolv. winch we usually give but little thought to, would become an almighty fac tor. Fortunately, however, the farmers don't strike. Instead, they carry on the great task of raising food for the nation, through good and bad times, regardless of railroad, coal, or other strikes. Our wrstem farmers, to whom we must look for our daily bread, are often bumpered in their work through lack of capital. The big job of the Farm Mortgage Companies is to secure this needed capital for thern, for h term f years at current interest ratfs. from institutions and in dividuals having a surplus to lend. .s the West is still largely de pendent upon the East for funds, a large portion of the money is obtained in New England. The first mortgages on their places, which the farmers give as security for the money loaned them, are the very best kind of security, and owners of such mortgages are not dis turbed over strikes and other influences which reach out and depress many forms of investments. ' As one of the Pioneer Farm Mortgage Companies, the Vermont Eoan and Trust Company can offer now. as in the past, the highest grade of First Mortgages of various amounts, bearing 7 per cent, 8 per cent and 0 per cent interest. All carefully selected and fully se cured hy fine productive farms located in the best districts, and safe guarded by a service extending to finaj maturity. Call or write for our September circular and full particulars. Liberty Bonds accepted at market prices. Vermont Loan and Trust Company Spokane, Washington Salem, Oregon Lewistown, Montana Ii R ATThEI! O BO, V E R M O X T The same high-grade investments we have sold for thirty-six years without loss to any investor. Public Auto For Hire at Low Rates. R. E. ABBOTT 171 Vernon Street Tel. 171-W As long as you live, think of it in terms of income. An An nuity gives just that service. Send for information. State date of birth.- Na tional Life Ins. Co. of Vt. (Mutual.) F. C. DINES, Special Agent Brattleboro. Vt. Where Good Banking Begins- rTTj T I I I I a tJ fa" J At the Teller's Window Promptness Accuracy Courtesy f jwwm . 1 11 1 u: Our service is based on these fundamentals. Peoples National Bank Brattleboro, Vt.