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THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY REFORMER,' SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 16; 1922.
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS 6 cents a line first Insertion; 2 teats a line each subsequent insertion. Cash In Advance. Minimum Charge, 20 cents. WANTED. WANTED Wa i t ress Cafe. at Hoadley's lCS-tf WANTED Waitress, taurant. Scovell's lles- lCl-tf WANTED Dishwasher. Restaurant. Streeter s K57-1GU WANTED Experienced bookkeeper. Memorial Hospital. 1'; WANTED Good strong English Tea House. assistant. lG4-tf WANTED Woma n cocking. 44 High St. to assist with 100-tf WANTKD Woman to assist clten. Memorial Hospital. in kit-K'.t'.-tf WANTED Young man to work in d rug store. Brattleboro Drug Co. 1!) WANTED Man to work on farm. A. II. Lynde. West Brattleboro, Vt. 101-tf WANTED Woodchoppors. Leslie M. Bjllslumcy't Tjit;ne 12 0. 10r-170 WANTED To do at home, nice family washing; first-class work. Elliot St. Hls-171 WANTED A few good men to cut wnrwl nnd loirs. Crvstal Springs Ic Co. JGl-tt WANTED Typewriting to do at home. Mrs. A. II. Lober, Westminster. vt. iro-r.i WANTED Girl for work. Apply to Mrs. D. High St. general l.otise H. Scovell. 10s !G."-ti WANTED Iiy lady, furnished or un furnished room near Main St. by Oct. 1. Tel. 1(120. 1G.V170 WANTED Someone to vah win dows in l'rincess Apartments. Mrs. J j. Church. ltf WANTED Boy room. Apply W. 'Printing Co. in our shipping J. Mack, Vermont ItiOjtf WANTED Work afternoons by high bM.ooJ p-irl. Address School Girl. He- former ffice. 107-H'.'.i WANTED Brick tools ready for work. Springfield, Vt. masons. Bring Dix & Staples. 150-tf WANTED Work out of school hours bv high school boy. Phillip Prinitz. Chesterfield Stage. 1GG-1G'- WANTED Maid for housework in good faniilv. Apply Vermont Academy. Saxtons River. Vt. 10i ;J WANTED A man on farm "to do chores and work around farm. E. Auis worth. Vernon, Vt. IOri-1 tO WANTED A good I a girl or woman for Mrs. Geo. E. Crowell. ain cook, also second rU lcr.-tf WANTED A middle-aj; keep house for two adults Lock P.ox 111!, Putney. Vt. h woman to and one boy. 1UN-171 WANTED Cows and horses to pas ture bv week or season. F. E. Ganunell. West Brattleboro, Vt. Tel. 211-12. WANTED Good seconddumd cook tAva with wood crate. Write stating price Vt. to Samuel Parsons Townshend. 1U7-1GH WANTED Two good men to work on farm. Must be good milkers. Steady job for good men. m f . 1 " I HnPl lIlJ A- Tel. 0-22. 120-tt WANTED Capable woman to tae charge of household and care of two children. Mrs. II. D. Wilbur, West P.rat tleboro. Tel. 7o-R. WANTKD Two or three furnished or partly furnished rooms suitable for light housekeeping near high school. Address Box 3M. care Reformer. 1GO-172 WANTED An American lady wisho n position as housekeeper in widower'. familv. Can furnish the lxst of refer enees. Address A. A., care Reformer Office. lO..-!'. WANTED Man or woman. $4!! weekly full time, St an hour spare time, selling guaranteed hosiery to wearer. Experience unnecessary. Internationa Hosiery Mills, Xorristown. Pa. 10' WANTED ATpicturc or sketch, if ir existence, of the (dd Fort Dumnier orig inallv located in the town of Brattlebor ' Vt. ' Communicate with Clements A. Brown, 17 Exchange St.. Providence. It. j. Hi;hl71 SALESMAN WANTED High grant man only to sell high" grade investment in Brattleboro and vicinity for well known company backed by advertisms: campaign. Prefer man with car who ha some selling experience, permanent po sition. drawing account against commis sions if desired. One man for North field. Mass., and Hinsdale. N. II. l'hon Brattleboro "71 or write F. A - Nees 11 Linden St. Ku-lt. Addie Ade's Adventures The Minute-a-Day Serial 17 CHA1TER 47 Jim seemed to be start ing in to live up to his rilOMlSE To camp on AddW-'s door step. The only thing lie needed to be a regular camper was a TENT But this evening he had nunc around for advice. He also seemed a little indignant. '-Say." he began. "I can't find any place to live. 1 guess I'll have to start COMMUTING "From Centerville. It's only a hundred miles, anil 1 would have from 11. ."0 till 2.1."i in the city every day." ' "You're AH Excited. AREN'T You?'' asked Addie. '-Sure. I'm excited. My expenses at the hotel are so heavy that after two more weekly payments, I ought to OWN The place-if they were on the square. 1 can't find any rooms to rent, and I go ROOM-SHOP PING Every afternoon. It's awful. What'll 1 do'r "Just step in at the newspaper office in the morn ing." said Addie. "go RIGII'P l'p to "the front counter and put in an ad in the Rooms Wanted col umn. You'll FIND So many rooms that you can can move into a new one every day for a week if you want to. I could have TOLD You that in t'he first place." (To be continued) Copyright7l02 1, by" I SaTi f L. Smith For Sale Cottage House Practically new, on a large lot. 129 feet frontage by 125 feet deep. A very nice home for someone, pleasantly situated. Do not delay seeing this place before you buy. You will make no mistake in buying this home. Price right. See WM. C. HORTON Real Estate Agent At His Office, 19 Brook Street ' Daily Motor Express Brattleboro-Springfield, Mass. II. A. Burrington Tel. 137-Y FOR SALE. FOR 33-M. SALE Baby carriage. 100 Tel. 174 FOR SALE Dry rock a cord. Tel. B17-M . maple wood. 100-174 FOR SALE Two gold watches. C. L. wrist watches, two Howe. 10.Vtf FOR SALE Soft wood slabs, $4.0 a load. Holden & Martin Lumber Co. 10-tf FOR SALE Furniture new and second-hand, at J and ranges, B. Dunton's. FOR SALE Overland Sedan, late 1021 model in Al condition. Tel. 4G0-M. 1 G2-i i FOIi SALE Second hand bathtul with fixtures, also lavatory. Edgett S. Co. 1.12 s! FOR SALE One brand new Singei sewing machine. For information cai: r.o-M. in:-t : FOR SALE Two HO x :.l Ford wheels, equipped with shoes and inner-tube. Tel. 2i7-M. 107-1 FOR SALE Six-weeks-old each. F. B. Howard, Putney, pigs S.I Vt. Tel. 1'21 tf "2 Putney. FOR ;;A"LE Go d Glenwood range, also wood bed and Tel. L'S7-R. kitchen springs. 100-tf FOR SALE Hemlock lumber sawed to order, also dry boards. B. M. Reed. Putney, Vt. 101-210 FOR SA LE range, like new Dandv Glenwood gas Tel. tf-l-W or .s:?s-W His-tf Mr. Smith. FOR SA I .E Fi ve-week old Berk West 104-tf shire pigs, D. H. Wright, Brattleboro. Tel. 13-2. FOR SALE ."00-acre farm, or will exchange for village property. W. A. Harris. West Brattleboro, Vt. 101-1 7s FOR SALE New N- and ll-ipiait peach baskets, also red netting to top them. Tel. 227-Y, Scott Farm. 1 01 -t f FOR SALE Ford Magnetos re charged in five minutes. Price $3. John E. Smith & Co., Ford Agents. l."4-tf FOR SALE Fifty cords wood cut stove length. S 1 1 Brasor Sc Barber. Tel. 724-M. summer per cord. UN-172 FOR SALE Lumber, dimension ber, board and shingles. Sawing t inl and planing. B. L. Perry, R. 3 Brattleboro. i4-tf FOR SALE I am ready to book or ders and sell onions by the l(H)-pound sack. John W. Hamilton. Vernon. Tel. 7S-23. - ?itf FOR SALE A Vose piano in excel lent condition. Price reasonable. Call Hid see it at OS Maple street. 'Phone 23G- W. 1 GTJ 0!J FOR SALE Gas range, nearly new: Crawford range, also sitting nom stove, unusually fine heater. John Lawt-m. 1i i ak St. lGs-17: and dry good- iTirin-r tills v(l FOR SALE Groce -tore and meat market ir.lv. at 310 South Main street, Brattle- H-..i-l;'. horo. Vt. FOR SA LE Building land avenue: two 52 s U Hid one corner lot. J. lots on Moore- "i. one x 12"i . Lindsey. 1 1 Brooks St. 'Phone '.S7-M. 101-tf FOR SALE Eleven-acre woodlot. 3 miles from Brattleboro. Now is the time to prepare for coal shortage this winter. Price low. John E. Smith, Tel. 34-W. 1 52-t f FOR SALE Combination wood ar.d ,'os kitchen range. Hot water coil in' lire x.x. Good baker with either wood or Ms. Telephone .101-W or call at 0 Cedar street forenoons. 107-tf FOR SALE Two new milch cows, xtra good ones. One four months' colt, .veil bred. One piano box buggy, one Ming sleigh, also a quantity of rye straw, nouire of Dr. E. R. Lynch, Putney 1M.. brattleboro, 'r. 100-171 Foil SAL!- Ami. pie furniture and household goods, four stoves, farming ckiIs. mi,, good Concord buggy, three laruesses, low down truck, cotton oil neal ami chick Feed. white mixed feed. :ie ai.io truck, a good one. Chas. Miner. IV1.JG17-M. li!H",f FOR SALE Moon 7-passenger tour ing car in lirt-class condition. Run less .hau ll.OOM miles. Four new cord tires 'his year. Spare. Alemite greasing ystem. Will be sold at a very low , irice. but cannot take any used car in xc'iange. E. H. Crane. Vermont Print ing Co., or .IS Western Ave., Brattle horo. 104-tf TO RENT. TO RENT Rooms :7al l after .1 p. m. at 44 Maple St. 104-100 TO RENT nit' urnished. -Three rooms, furnished or Chas. Miner. Tel. 017-M. 100-tf TO RENT Furnished room in private :-'aniilv, modern conveniences. 20 Forest St. lOjM 74 TO RENT Excellent garage privilege 'or one or two cars. 7 Cottage St. Tel. IS.1-M. .102-1(50 TO RENT Fine dde merchant. 7 1M-M. store room for out Cottage St. Tel. 102-100 FNI 'PUNISHED ROOM Boyden Block, Elliot St. . Boyden. FOR RENT Inquire C. 1(57-173 Tt ) R ENT t )ffice Will is ton Walker 'dock. Two large shops or storehouses; me on Main street and the other on Flat oreet. Call DeWitt Grocery Co. Tel. G10. 1 G2-tf LOST. LOST Sunday, Sept. 10. gold irooch. Finder please return to Mrs. Albert W. Rockwell. SO Canal St., and receive reward. 107-1(50 I. ST Or left FTi stlire Saturday. Sept. 0. three or four small keys on ring, r'inder please leave at Reformer Otiice. 10S-tf LOST On Labor day, eyeglasses in ase on way from Lawton Hall to 1 North St., or on highway between 1 North St. and Williamsville station. Re vard if returned to 1 North St. 104-tf I A ST Sept. Fl'ltweT-n- RT"rT sta tion and South Main St. hill, from -Ills train, tan leather sample case 0x13 in. "obtaining 40 wood panels. Finder please return to Allen's News Stand, R. R. St.i tjon 100-172 LOST On road between South New fane and East Dover. brown leather portfolio containing papers valuable to owner. Reward if returned to D. C. Davis. 407 Merchants National Bank Bldg.. Manchester, N. II. ; 10S-170 PEACHES Native Peaches for Canning R. IRVING MILLER Tel. 13-22 lied and Board No! ice. My wife. Clara M. Streeter, having left my bed and lward without just cause, I hereby notify the public that I shall pay no bills contracted by her after this date. JOHN II. STREETER. Hinsdale, N. 11., Sept. 13. rV There are nineteen styles of Lveready cases all good ones the new "Spotlight" with the 300-foot range is the real flash light for out-of-doors. No matter what hind of a case you have, insist on the long lived Lveready 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 find here everyone of them tested before you get them. CHAS. F- MANN 3S Main TEL. f3 P8 Main Carl A. Mitchell UNDERTAKER Lady Assistant 180 Main Street Telephone 8.14-W or 834-R SPECIAL NOTICES. CASH PAID for wool son Market. at the Richard 72-tf DR. BAILEY, Chiropodist, ber Block. Tel. 1027-W. 208 Bar-141-tf Pl'BLlC CAR L. W. Kelley, 2.'i K.O-.I. anytime, anywhere. Washington St. Tel. 113 tf SANDERS' BEAFTY SHOP. Room 10. Crosby Block. Swedish scalp ami jol !erR aj: t rw t m en t ! i M . 1 40-t f CALL CP 44G-W for your painting and papering; all work guaranteed. Wall paper. William Shaw, 40 Maple St. 5S-tf W. E. BARBER, salesman for the J. 11. Watkins products. Telephone orders I pro nptly delivered. 103 High St. 1.1,x-100 BFICK A I 'TO SERVICE, long or short trips, at reasonable price. Clar ence I). Moon, 10 Frost Place, 'phone OM-M. 122 tf MASON WORK, building and cleaning chimneys a specialty. I do out-of-town work. E. J. Cavanaugh, 1SS Elliot St. 'Phone 2O0-.T. P.l-tf BARGAINS IN MAGAZINES Most favorable terms on single subscriptions or or. reduced club rates. Send for booklet. Brattleboro News Co. 1 -tf " "WANT 71'r WfTa 7 ' from owner having f.irm fer sale; give particulars ;md low est price. John J. Black. Vermont St.. Ohippewa FalN. Wisconsin. 1 1 il t NOW IS THE TIME to uive your or ders for World's Star Hosiery and Klean-Knit Fnderwear fir the winter; the kind that wears. 1 will call soon with samples. Mrs. S. I. Thomas. Pm licy. Vi. Um-173 ALir"w'r(L K. 1TTING YA UN for sale, direct from manufacturer at 0.1c.. Si. 3.1 and .SI. 00 a lb. Po-tage paid on S.I orders. Write for samples. We also do custom work. 11. A. Bart let t. Harmony. Maine. 107-P.G s e iTirtTn : Tit u ;inai , watk i ns PRoDl'CTS Good c.ly territory still open. Get our wonderful fi'er and free s-mples. Write today. The J. R. Wat te Wis Co.. Dept. so. Ot NVashliigton St.. Nor t!ll: Boton.Ia. MAGAZINES AT LOWI'.ST l'RICES Write me about what magazines you want for the coming year. I can get them for you at money saving prices. Mrs. (i. M. Love. Magazine Specialist, South Newfane, Vt. 1-tf ANNOUNCEMENT Having secured Room S. Crosby Block. I will open my new TAILOR SHOP MONDAY SEPTEMBER IS with a complete line of Bruner Woolen ,iiiino's I will be pl;ised to meet all my obi customers and many new ones. J. V. IZARD, Custom Tailor FOR SALE ON WALNUT STREET 120-Ft. Frontage Including the Dr. Hol 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 Husband and Wife Mv wife is nlvvavs losing a hair pin. P. M. C. What Does Your Wife Do? Copyright, 1921, George Matthew Adam Wanted Girls On Light, Clean, Steady Employment In Our Va rious Departments Families with girl workers given special consideration. Ex perience in our work is not neces sary as we have competent in structors who will teach your our work. Our mills operate 48 hours per week with Saturday afternoon off. We also have some shift work 42 hours per week, which is our regular full time schedule. We have absolutely no labor troubles and have never had any. We are moving one of our mills from Brooklyn, N. Y., to .Whitehall which makes it necessary for us to build up our already good or ganization. For full particulars address Employment Depart ment, Champlain Silk Mills, Whitehall, N. Y. WANTED Men for Daily and Sunday Paper Routes Brattleboro News Co. W ANTED Several two-apartment houses, also cot tages. Customers waiting. Edgett & Co. WANTED AT ONCE Two or Three Experienced Wircmen E. M. G00DEN0UGII Tel. 1031 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. I Wood for Sale Dry Apple Wood, chunks cut to fit your fireplace Soft Wood Slabs dried under cover to fit your pocketbook. 1 am also in a position to do trucking. C. M. Iil RNIIAM Tel. 70 0 W. Chesterfield, N. .11. Public Auto For Hire at Low Rates. R. E. AIJDOTT 171 Vernon Street Tel. 171-W PIANO TUNING J. M. Perry, 92 So. Main St. Tel. 1118-W or 400 FOR By John L. Howard, the Real Estate Man WHO BUYS, SELLS AND EXCHANGES ALL KINDS OF REAL ESTATE IN IIRATTLERORO AND VICINITY, TIIE FOLLOWING PROPERTIES: NO. 1. Two and one-half story; house on Chapin Slrect. This is : strictly modern 12 room house, large lot, nice garage. If you are look ing for a nice home in Rrattleboro Village you should certainly see tliis place at once. NO. 2. Why not buy a charming eight-room house on Chapin Street? As the owner is planning to move out of town this beautiful, place ran he bought at a very reasonable price by seeing HOWARD, THE REAL ESTATE MAN. NO. S. Two-apartment house on Forest Street. There are six rooms and baths in each apartment furnace in the down stairs apart-i mcnt. This is an exceptionally good two-apartment house. NO. 4. Two-apartment house on Central Street. There arc five rooms and baths in each apartment. Lot 50xS0. - -, NO. ". Nice cottage house on a -good street. There are seven rooms and bath; hot water heat; I:anl wood floors. Large 4ot, Price $2,800. NO. 6. Cottage house on Western Avenue. This Is a five-room house. Price $1,000. McKay Hardware Co. Formerly Teller & McKay Sale Sale Now Is the Time to Paint 20 Off On All Ready Mixed Paint, Varnish and Shellac 20 Off On Carpenter and Machinist Tools BARGAIN FOR EVERYBODY 110 MAIN STREET NOTICE Change of Location I hive moved from 12 Elm street to tiie store occupied by Mrs. (J. II. Smith in Barber ituihlinjr. I have facilities for doing first-class work in Dry Cleaning, Dyeing and Pressing. A handy place to drop in. G !I. SMITH. Brattleboro. Vt. FOR SALE Guernsey Bull Register No. Horn July SI, 190 Sire Iliera's Sir Galahad (41978) Dam Sunbeam of Scott Farm (80005) Address or Phone E. J. DODGE South Newfane, Vt. uif-jr rv'tj z?t $15 Best Teeth $15 I)U. F. I. WILDER :12 Western Avenue Crattleboro, Vt. WHEN IN WANT Real Estate CALL ON The Arthur R. Lyman Agency of MArLE STREET NORTIIFIELD, MASS. Telephone 114-S Carney's Auto Service DAY OR NIGHT 21 Thomas Street. Tel. 681-R CARL F. CAIN MERCHANT TAILOR 159 Main St. TRY TIIE REFORMER'S CLASSIFIED COLUMNS SALE Safe Deposit Protection ISA Present-Day Necessity FOR Practically Every Household Surely, there is no excuse for subjecting Liberty Bonds, deeds, insurance policies, and other val uable papers to the risks of theft and fire when you can rent a Safe Deposit Box at the Vermont National Bank for less than one cent a day. Vermont National Bank SAFETY STRENGTH IF THE FARMERS SHOULD STRIKE our country's largest industry would stop, and our food supply, which 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, tlirough good and bad times, regardless of railroad, coal, or other strikes. Our western farmers, to whom we must look for our daily bread, are often Inmpered in their work through lack of capital. The big job of the Farm Mortgage Companies is to secure this needed capital for them, for a term of years at current interest rates, from institutions and in dividuals having a surplus to lend. As 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 Loan and Trust Company can offer now. as in the past, the highest grade of First Mortgages of various amounts, bearing 7 per cent, 64 per rent and 6 per cent interest. All carefully selected and fully se cured by 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 BRATTLEBORO, VERMONT The same high-grade investments we have sold for thirty-six years without loss to any investor. , The Corporate Executor A Modern Necessity Yesterday when the world moved more slowly, the executor, often an individual, performed sim pler tasks at greater leisure than is possible now. Today, the corporate executor, skilled, experi enced and resourceful is required to face the com plexities of modern business, to unravel tax snarls, to invest and sell. We shall be glad to confer with you on matters pertaining to the handling of your estate. Brattleboro Trust Company this is the month to start a Bank Account X TACATION time is over you are back to" work again. Now is the time to start things and carry them through. Open a bank account 1 Peoples National Bank Brattleboro, Vt. SERVICE