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THE BRATTLEBORO. DAILY REFORMER. WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 11. 1022.
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS 5 cents a line first insertion; 2 cents a line each subsequent insertion. Cash in Advance.. Minimum Charge, 20 cents. WANTED. WANTED Maple Grocery Co. syrup. DeWitt ISS-tf WANTED Tellow:eye Witt Grocery Co. . beans De- lS-tf WANTED Two 'men to dig potatoes. (1. J. l'erkins & $on. 188-tf WANTED Laundress at Austine In stitution. Call Matron 603. l$4-tf WANTED To hire 6- or 8-ruom house. D. M. Tolan. 71 Elliot St. 190-192 WANTED Woman to do general housework. Mrs. li. C Baldwin, Tel. 4.-0. 180-tf VANTEI Married man for general farm work. A. L. IJarnes, Vernon. Vt. Tel. 78-2. 190-lf WANTED Cook for private family. Exceptionally good wages. Apply 14 Chapin St.. - l9-tf WANTED Capable girl for general housework. Mrs. L. S. . Edwards, 28 Prospect St. 185-tf WANTED An efficient laundress for steam laundry. -' Address "Laundry." care Reformer.- . ' ,180-tl WANTED Maid for housework in good family. Apply Vermont Academy. Saxtons River, Yt. 185-196 WANTED Capable girl for general housework in small family. Mrs. A. F. Schwenk. 12 Park Place. 171-tf WANTED Brick masons, $1.23 per hour. Bring tools ready for work. Dix & Staples, Springfield. Vt. 170-tf WANTED To hire a place with a few acres of land near Brattleboro. Ad riress Place. Reformer office. 189-191" WANTED Fireman at paper mill, steadv employment. Wm. Robertson Sons." Putney. Vt. Tel. 01-2. 19Q-tf WANTED An experienced sawyer for running a stationary sawmill. Steady job. Holden & Martin Lumber Co. 180-t-f WANTED Cider apples at Brattle boro depot Saturday and next Monday, 40 cts. per 100 lbs. Frank L. Wellman. 189-193 WANTED To hire a tenement on or before Nov. 1. Also anyone having a home to sell write at once to L, Reformer Office. 18S-193 WANTED Capable woman to take charge of household and care of two children. Mrs. II. D. Wilbur, West Brat tleboro. Tel. 75-R. 153-tf WANTED Housekeeper for man with two small children, ages four and nine, on small farm. L. W. Whitnev, Rural 2, Brattleboro, Vt. Tel. 13-3. 1S9-193 WANTED Local hustler with auto to represent one of the largest farm agencies in Western Massachusetts. Mass. Realty Corp.. "Springfield's Larg est Agency," 3.10 Main St.. Walnut sss. Springfield. Mass. 189-194 Addie Ade's Adventures The Minute-a-Day Serial fiS CHA1TER OH "Dear Ma." wrote Ad die, "I'm glad you asked me what I thought about Dad's getting a new AUTO In place of our little old touring car. Seems to me it's a Kne idea but I don't think it will be as EXPENSIVE As you think not un less you'.ye., both, forgotten all the hab its I started you in before I left home. You say Dad TALKS About 'if he can sell his "old ear.' Didn't it occur to either of you to put an ad in the paper and make . SURE 4 "finding the-different ieopfe who would be interested in it V Then, after you've sold it, you have the money towards a NEW-4 Car and here's another- idea that you should have thought of. In stead of putting up the MONEY- For a brand new car. you can watch the Automobile columns of the paper every day until you EIND A slightly used car one that's almost new and the. owner has to sell ' to get his money out of it. Dandy cars like that are advertised in the classi fied section ALL The time. Tell Dad I'll come home over Sunday.' sometime soon and take a ride in his new car. Yours as ever. Addie." (To be continued; ' Copyright, 1021, by Basil L. Smith WANTED Ten Women C. E. Bradley Corporation WANTED Ten Men C.E.Bradley Corporation Help Wanted Wood Workers, Machine Operators and Tenders H. C. White Company North Bennington, Vt. WANTED A client of ours' wishes to buy a small business or an interest in some business. All interviews or correspondence strictly confidential. Edgett&Co. FOR SALE. FOR SALE 3H7-W. -Ukelele and case. Tel. 183-190 FOR SALE Five-room cottage house 9 West St. J8M92 PIGS FOR SALE George R. F. D. 1 Fim SALE Winter apples. Ludzus, 187:189 It. Irv- ing Miller, Tel. 13-22. 189-1'.4 FOlt SALE Dry rock maple wood. $!.- a cord. Tel. 137-M. 189-1 1 FOR SALE Soft wood slabs, $4730 a load. Holden & Martin Lumber. Co. 19-tf FOR SALE Ford. Overland touring car. touring car n'.nl W. T. Carney. 190-194 FOR SALE Chester White pi;.'. price H- John Niles, Putney, Tel. 11-2. 189-191 FOR SALE Furniture and ranges, new and second-hand, at J B. Dunton's. 162-tf FOR SALE Six-weeks-old pigs, 8u each: F. B, 32, Putney. Uoward, Putney, Vt. Tel. 134 tf FOR SALE Hemlock lumber sawed to order, also dry boards. B. M. Reed, Putney, Vt. 161-210 ""FOR SALE 100 galolns of" fancy maple syrup. L. W. Churchill, So. Lon donderry. Vt. 182-tf FOR SALE Winter per 1(H) lbs. delivered. Tel. 243-W. squash, $2.30 Bradlev Farm. ISS-tf FOR SALE Small (Henwood chunk stove in good condition. John M. Nourse. Tel. T.3S-M. - 190-191 FOR SALE Heavyweight dark brown overcoat in excellent condition, size ?,S. 'Phone 173-W. 190-192 HtU SALE Fpright piano in good condition, will sell cheap. G. A. Cook. So. Vernon. Mass. 190-193 FOR SALE Crawford range in good condition, also one three-burner gas plate. 230 Elliot St. 184-tf FOR SALE Fifty cords summer wood cut stove length. $10 per cord. Brasor & Barber. Tel. 724-M. 177-tf FOR SALE 12-foot Bellows Falls evaporator, 300 buckets and spouts. L. W. Churchill, So. Indonderry. Vt. 182-tf FOR SALE 100 lbs: $2.30 Hubbard squash $2 per per 1(0 lbs. delivered. II. K. Hamilton. 107 W estern Ave. 1JH)-193 FOR SALE Lumber, dimension tim ber, board and shingles. Sawing and planing. B. L. Perry, R. 3, Brattleboro. 04-tr FOR SALE -Ford touring car. 1919 mode! in good running order. Cheap for quick sale. (J. A. Cook. So. Vernon. Mil ss. J 90-1 93 FOR SALE Dry maple wood, soft fewjdd slabs dried under rover. C. M. J'.urnliam. West Chesterneld, II. 1 ' Ph me 794 . 184-tf FOR SALE Iron bed and springs, kitchen ranire. sewiiiir machine. hirce Eddv refrigerator. Inquire during dav J at 22 Grove St. ISS-tf ! FOR SALE A player-piano in first class condition. 123 music rolls. Will sell reasonable. Call after 0 p. in. K-i i.,; f iwi.iO' 1 FOR SALE -Three-piece library suite in mahogany finish, at a low price. Inquire Wm. Lobsinger, 103 So. Main St., after i m.- - - lHS.pH FOR SALE Building lots on Moore laTd avenue ; two 52 123,' oner 00 x 123 and one corner lot. J. A. Lindsev. 14 Brooks St. 'Phone 587-M. 10-l-tf FOR SALE Eleven-acre woodlot, 3 I miles from Brattleboro. Now is the time to prepare for coal shortage this winter. Trice low. John E. Smith, Tel. 31-W. 132-tf j FOR SALE Fowls and chickens i dressed and delivered; also 30 cords 4-1 ft. wood, under cover, cut any length. II. L. Milhngton, U est Brattleboro. ; 187-tf FOR SALE Farm 112 acres, fullv cquippod and stocked, sonth of Brattle- boro. Vt or will trade for a good res Address rrjuipped. Reformer 1!10-1J)3 tan rant. Officp. FOR SA LE Ayrshire bull calves from accredited registered herd. Ages three to eight months. Price 23 each at farm. Kurn Ilattin Homes, Westmin ster. Vt. IS.-j-litQ FOR SALE A 3-10 Avery tractor;! uist nau a lot of new parts; cash. Come quickly if you want it and drive it away. Also No. 7 Oliver plow and a one-way sulkey. E. W. Armstrong. Chesterfield. N. TI. lSK-llto FOR- SALE Antique furniture and household goods, four stoves, farming tools, one good Concord bujjgy, three harnesses, low down truck, cotton oil meal and chick feed, white mixed feed, one auto truck, a good one. Chas. Miner. Tel. 017-M. 1 0!-tf FOR SALE Small farm near Brat tleboro, 7-room house finished in black walnut, all papered; three to four acres, j two acres cut two tons hay. Bargain to j responsible party as owner is leaving town. Address 'D," Reformer Office. 103 OPPORTUNITY for active, ambi tious men to secure agency' for old line Accident and Health Insurance Co. Lib eral and lest policies. Low cost. Part or full time agents wanted. New York Safety Reserve Fund, 17X0 Broadwav. New York. 178-l.S4-i;tO--00 TO RENT. TO RENT Rooms. 7 Linden st. 182-tf TO Green RENT Furnished St. room. .21 ISS-tf TO RENT Furniture Storage. Call DeWitt Grocery Co. 173-1 f TO RENT Small apartment for one or two adults. 7 Cottage St. ISS-tf TO RENT Cottage. all modern: adults only. Inquire 1 Baker St. or Tel. 330. , 1lM-liH TO RENT Furnished room with bath, corner Pearl and Prospect Sts. Tel. J731-M lSS-i;(3-104-tf TO RENT Six-room tenement, all modern and up-to-date, electric lights and gas. hot and cold water, steam heat, hard wood floors. front hall panelled with mahogany, one of the lost streets in town, three minutes walk from -Main street, good neighbors and must be 2od tenants. Tel. 017-M. . ; llHMf Carney's Auto Service Cars for funerals, christenings and wed dings, etc. Careful drivers. Also bag gage and light express. 2t THOMAS STREET TEL. 681-R Daily Motor Express Brattleboro-Springfield, Mass. II. A. Burrington Tel. 137-V CARL F. CAIN MERCHANT TAILOR 159 Main St. III Ml .wl There are nineteen styles of Eveready cases ail good ones the new "Spotlight" with the 300-foot range is the real flash light for out-of-doors. ' No matter what kind of a case you have, insist on the long lived Eveready battery for it and insist on fresh batteries that's the kind you'll find here. EVEREADY V Cases, Batteries and Lamps. They are the only kind you'll find here everyone of them tested before you get them. CHAS. F. fWlANN 38 Main TEL. 38 38 Main Carl A. Mitchell UNDERTAKER Lady Assistant 180 Main Street Telephone 834-W or 834-R SPECIAL NOTICES. DRESSMAKING. G2 Birge 303S-M. St. Tel. 172-tt CASH PAID for son Market. wool at the DR. BAILEY, Chiropodist, 203 Bar ber Biock. Tel. 1027-W. 141-tf FOR HIRE Buick auto. R. E. Ab bott, 174 Vernon St., Tel. 171-W. 178-202 PUBLIC CAR. -anytime, anywhere. L. W. Kelley, 23 Washington St. Tel. 139-.T. 113-tf INFANT'S LAYETTES, children's fine sewing, knitting and embroidery. Tel. 37S-M. lS3-tf THE PARTY who found the table at the post office s:nn to Rev. C. C. ChaytT. a Bible on mav return 190-192 SANDERS' BEAUTY SHOP. Room 10, Crosby Block.. Swedish scalp and Violet Ray treatments. Tel. 809-1. 140-tf CALL UP 440-W for your painting and papering; all work guaranteed. Wall paper. William Shaw, 40 Maple St. 58-tf ELMWOOD. a home for invalid and eldcrlv ladies. Mrs. Hattie L. Lord, 32 Western Ave. Tel. 779-11. 183-207 WILL THE PARTY who took an "Vmh'relTa- from 'the' vestibfl1"of Centre church Saturday night "please return s;!tr.e. 18!M!)1 BUICK AUTO SERVICE, long or short trips, at reasonable price. Clar ence D. Moon, 10 Frost Place, 'phone 0S4-M 122-tf MASON WORK, building and cleaning chimneys a specialty. I do out-of-town work. E. J. Cavanaugh, 188 Elliot St. 'Phone 2O0-.I. 03-tf BARGAINS IN MAGAZINES Most favorable terms on sinzle subscriptions or oi. reduced club rates. Send for booklet. I Brattleboro News Co. 1-tf MEN OR W7mEN, salary ?30 full time, $1 an hour spare time, selling guaranteed hosiery direct to wearer. Cot ton, silk, heather mixtures. Interna tional Hosiery Mills, Norristown, Pa. 187 ALL WOOL KNITTING YARN for sale, direct from manufacturer at 03c. $1.33 and .$1.00 a lb. Postage paid on $3 orders. Write for samples. We also do custom Maine. work. II. A. Bartlett, Harmony 107-100 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. (. M. Love, Magazine Specialist, South Newfane, Vt. 1-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. Jen ney & Parmenter, 71 Elliot St. Tele phone connection. 1S0-210' .RESIDENT SPECIALTY SALES MAN The eastern sales office of a west ern manufacturer has an owning in Brattleboro and surrounding territory for a salesman to act as local distributor for a patented appliance which is an es sential in every otlice, factory and Insti tution. As this appliance will be bucked by both a local and national advertising campaign, this offers a real opportunity for a salesman who lias a clean record, is a worker, and who can show that he has produced results on other lines. State your qualifications fully in first letter. Prairie .Metal Craftsmen. Inc.. 201 Franklin St.. Boston. Mass. 1S0-103 LOST. LOST Black leather key taining about eight kevs. Faith Yeaw. Tel. 14-M.' case con Reward. 1S)-1!M LOST Between Ashuelot and Brat tleboro small grip .containing.' numerous articles. Suitable reward if returned to Reformer Office. ISU-IIKJ YOlJR OPPORTUNITY ; i : Green HiU:Parjdv"ay Is Now On the Market HIGH DRY ATTRACTIVE Lots J600 Upwards For particulars see George L. Cassidy, Sales Agent At Brattleboro Garage - VERMONT STUDENTS. COMPETE FORJPRIZE Write on Attractions" of State for Hotel Association George Hays. Writes of Uis Section. . RUTLAN I , Oct . 11 . Thel tofel A s sociation of Vermont, having In mind the publication of a booklet, setting forth the attractions of the Green mountain state, sought to obtain an accurate .ac count of the description of the advan tages the various towns offered the sum mer pleasure seekers.; through the young men and women students in the high schools. , ,-, ; f .-,.- , Three prizes were offered divided as follows: First. $30; second. $23; third. $2(1; fourth, $15;' fifth and sixth, $ each. . One hundred and eighteen students. from 37 hi eh school, suhmitted essays. While only 37 high schools responded. (iH of the students were residents of the sur rounding towns and based their theories on the locality in which they lived rather than the town in which they attended school. Many of these essays were at tractively arranged and illustrated, showing particular care and attention. Mrs. Dorothy Canfield Fisher, the well-known story writer and "member of the state loard of education, was one of the judges. Mrs. Fisher.- in submitting her report, writes: "I was particularly struck, surprised in fact, by the high standards displayed throughout; the work shows a training and a thought that is distinctly creditable. The de scriptive portions are generally well done and there is frequently a use of the imag ination that is very promising. In fact, they all display decided personality. The essav of George Hays shows straight thinking, and is done with a certain touch of humor and quaintness and he is given tne .nrst prize. 1 His letter follows: "Vermont' turns out nothing but good men. maple miliar, and granite. In a way our state is something like this and I think that is one reason why a native Verinonter loves his state so. We are aNo noted for our beautiful green moun tains and our small scattered villages connected by roads that are a joy to. motorists. Mr own village ot l.ssex Junction is like this. Situated in on of the prettiest parts of ermonr, we can see the beautiful mountains in the dis tance and even Lake Champlain on a clear day. The people of my village art1 mostly retired farmers of good means and the whole village is like one great family Here one sees neither the very rich nor the poor. We have no poor districts and rich districts. Even as I am writing this I look from our sehoolhouse window and see in the distance Mt. Mansfield, which every Vermonter thinks is the most beau tiful of mountains. We are all free from the great troubles of the world and we are as one might say 'in the world but almost out of it.' "Vermont is not troubled with the labor problem or sliortage of food. We are overstocked with the latter, as a meal at one of our farmhouses or lux urious inns will testify. We have none of the crowded hu.-tliiig ami jostling hotels one sees in -the large cities, but comfortable. eaccf;il, homelike and bountiful places where one can relax and see some beautiful scenery while getting well rested up. ermont is one of the , oldest states in tin union, so we have. without doubt, the oldest and most his torical place in our state that the whole country can boast. Here one sees houses and churches of the kind that our treat-grandfathers built to last and not to sell, anil that architects, are. trying so vainly to reproduce. Awl. best of all. are the whole-hearted and hospitable .-tin . ! V(i.f t . T i Auction Sale of House hold Goods At 121 Elliot St., lirattleboro, Vt. On Thursday, October 12 At 1.3(: O'clock P. M. This Real Estate having Ieen sold and I must vacate. I will sell the following property -at Public Auction: lo wit: Kitchen range, oil heater, wardrobe, morris chair, tables, stands. i bed. springs and mattresses, chairs, looking glasses (one old one in good con dition). Itooks. lamps, pictures, dishes, jugs, jars, crocks, and, other kitchen utensils; and many other articles found in a clean-up sale. Terms cash. Sale positive. MRS. HENRY MILLER. A. G. GALLT'P, Auctioneer. James W. Izard CUSTOM TAILOR Room 8 Crosby Block Mrs. Prescott W. Stearns High School Tutor Tel. 57S-M Husband and Wife wife spends her nionev on nor- manent wave and then thinks it too kinky and washes it all out. E. M. G. What Does Votir Wife Do? Copyright, 1921. George Matthew Adami ; '''lifillft Mv McKay Hardware Co Formerly Telfer 4 McKay Give. the Hen a Chance Disinfect and Whitewash the' ' henhouse with - - Carbola !: Use Graylawn Lousechase to destroy the vermin that sap the vitality of the poultry. We Also Carry Oyster Shells and Grit And a Full Line of Pratt's Poultry Remedies 110 MAIM STREET people that are ever ready to praise their trulv beloved state. All these true char-J acteristics of Vermont that only the man that sees can appreciate, are seen in every part of our state, from Franklin to liennington and from Lake Champlain to the Connecticut river. In a few j-ear. however, Vermont, will be changed be cause her resources are being more rap idly developed than ever before, so if you want to see the last remnants'- of our old-fashioned democracy, I say. come to Vermont while you yet have the change to see for yourself our beautiful quiet scenery. The scenery of the ' Middle West is too monotonous, the scenery of the South is the same, but if you want the ouiet kind that inspires men's souls to greater things and the kind that ourj own forefathers were inspired with in 1770, you will see it only in Vermont." HONOR DODGE AT NORWICH. Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Plants Tree and Dedicates Memorial Tablet. NORTHF1ELI). Oct. 11 The mem ory of den. (irenville M. Dodge, noted railroad engineer and graduate of Nor wich university, was honored by the Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific railroad at the university yesterday by the plant ing of a maple tree and the dedication of a memorial tablet. The exercises at Norwich university formed part of the nationwide program carried out yester day by the Rock Island company' in ob seivance of its 7Mh anniversary. Robert W. Ford of Chicago, Norwich '52. assistant chief engineer for the Rock Island company, delivered the address cf the' day. He gave a short historical sketch of early railway building in the West and of General Dodge's work as a pioneer railroad engineer following the Civil war. President Charles . A. Plum ley of Norwich university presided at the exercises. - A landing has been -irtade with, an aeroplane on the brink of the crater of a volcano in eruption. The hero of the exploit Chanteloup. the famous French pilot, who, with three friends, went Jo lava in search of the most daring feat li could achieve in a small aeroplane. He effected a landing on Broiuo, one of the scr.es of active volcanoes in the Tengger chain of mountains, and more than S,(HH) feet high. Where There's a Baby on Farm Keep . Itat-Snap. Rats are on most farms. Once they get inside the house look out. Rats kill infants biting them is not unusual. Nursing bottles attract rat.- -Break a cake of RAT-SNAP and throw it around. It will surely rid you of rats and mice. Three sizes, 33c. G3c, $1.23. Sold and guaranteed by Brattleboro Drug Co. Advertisement. FOR SALE The Ver mont Brick Co. with ten acres of land and an abundance of clay; three houses and complete out fit with capacity of 20.0OO daily; within two minutes walk of railroad; a large amount of wood on hand and prospects cf getting additional wxod excellent. , This is an excellent business oppor tunity and can be secured at a bargain price on reasonable terms. See . r John L. Howard The Real Estate, Man - Kegs and Casks New White Oak, A NO. 1 5, 10, 15, 20, 25 and 50 gal. Phone 112 Brattleboro, Vt. C. H. EDDY CO., , ; FOR SALE Carload of Ohio' Horses - - ' .. . Ranging from 1,000 to 1,500 lbs., pairs and singles, will arrive at4 the Brooks House "Stables - Friday morning, Sept. 22. These, horses will be sold cheap. Tel. 300. PIANO TUNING J. M. Perry, 92 So. Main St Tel. 111S-W oV 400 A Moral Obligation , Regardless of any degree, of success in, life,;,; until a man has made his will he has not absolved ' his whole responsibility to his family.;: V-:'r periorms its auties witn Why not make your will, without delay. " naming this institution fully instructed appointee? It is a moral as well Vermont National Bank SAFETY STRENGTH f 3 1 i wires i.TOi SiftJor i m v s Peoples National Bank Brattleboro, The Courage of Columbus It shone forth in his three years' pleading for . ships before the Queen of Spain; again in his per sistent westward course in the face of mutiny. - Persistence is a form of courage as needful today as in Columbus's time. In financial matters its first evidence is the ability to build a practical surplus as a safeguard for the future, or as a basis for those larger ac complishments which lead to wealth. ' 1 Brattleboro Trust Company Brattleboro, Vermont r - ? ; . A Passing Opportunity The following table rlearlv shows the derline in interest rates on : WKSTKRN FIIiST MOKTGAGK FARM LOANS, according , to monthly circulars issued by us for August, September and October.' Total number of Loans listed August circular, 27 September circular, -,. ,2S October-circular. 22 - : This decline in rates Is the result of easier money conditions In " the West, a situation nhich has already prevailed in the Kast for aomeir time. . ' 1 i - . .- . . -" r . :-. -.- " " . - : ' - : ' ." ' '-f . - . "There Is still an opportunity for Investors, who could not take- advantage of the 7 per cent rate in August and September, to secure, first-class I'er Cent Ioans now. but we would urge prompt action ... as our supply-of loans bearing this rate of interest is very limited .and may be entirely exhausted before November first. . , ' :s, . Our October circular is ready for distribution' and Ve would;;' . be pleased to have you call or write for a copy. Full particulars re-'V" . carding- our investments gladly furnished. . " ; .....V- Vermont Loan & Trust Company Spokane, Washington Salem, Oregon ' Lewfstoii, Montana ! BR A TT L E B O K O , VERMONT '.' The same high-grade investments we have sold forjlurty-slx years 1 without loss to any Investor "' ... - ' .. ; impartiality, . . ; as your "competent arid 4 ' O . as a paternal obligation SERVICE 1 ' i . WHEN a customer of this bank de cides to invest, we con- .: sider it a pleasant duty to safeguard and guide him in obtaining sound securities. SI-: Number of 7 Loans : . Number of " Number of J-i Loans 6 Loans O 2- 13 6 8 16