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THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY REFORMER. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 14, 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 Tel. ,"2S-M. -Work by WANTED Maple G roeery Co. WANTPID Yelloxv-eye Witt Grocery Co.' high school 1ot. - - 192-197 DeWitt ISS-tf beans. De- syrup. FOR SALE. FOK SALE Five-room West St. , cottage house. I!:i-2(i7 FOR School SALK-St. -Sitting WANTED Two men to dig G. J. Perkins & Son. ISS-tf jtotatofs. ISS-tf WANTED Gent lcmcii mending- Tel. 4Si-H. .washing and l!:4-li)S WANTED Laundress at stitution. Call Matron 003. Austine In-184-tf FOR SALE Winter ins "Miller, Tel. 13-22. room stove. It apples, Irv- lsn-UU FOU SALE Drv rock maple S15a cord. Tel. 137-M. FOR SALE One Oak wood or -oal. 'l'hone 112. FOK SALE warrirobe trunk. Wood, lS!)-tf parlor stove. ll)2- -One practic-ally new- Tel. 324 12. YVANTEIHousework to do by the hours. 74 Green St., Tel. 214 lMO? WANTED Married man for general farm work. A. L. Barnes, Vernon. Vt. Tel. 7S-2. IWMf WANTED Maid for housework in good family. Apply Vermont Academy, Saxtons River, Vt. lSVUK? WANTED Capable girl for general housework in small family. Mrs. A. F. Sehwenk, 12 Park Place. ( 171-tf WANTED Brick masons, $1.25 per hour. Bring tools ready for work. Dix & Staples. Springfield. Vt. 170 tf WANTED Fireman at p;i'r mill, steady emplovmenv. Wm. Robertson Sons. Putney, Vt. Tel. fl-2. 190-tf WANTED An experienced sawyer for running a stationary sawmill. Steady . job. Holden & Martin Lumber Co. 180-tf WANTED Liidies' and gentlemen"? washings to do, called for ami delivered. Mrs. G. W. Grover, 25t So. Main St. - 19 1-194 WANTED Cider apples at Brattle bo ro depot Saturday and next Monday, 4(1 cts. per 100 lbs. Frank L. Welhnan. 1S!)-19:J WANTED To hire a tenement on or before Nov. 1. Also anyone having a home to sell write at once to L, Reformer Office. 1SS-193 WANTED Capable woman to take charge of household and care of two children. Mrs. II. D. Wilbur, West Brat tleboro. Tel . 75-R. 155-t f WANTED Capable woman for fun eral housework, good cook, in small fam ily, excellent wages. Mrs. George L. Dunham, Tel. 107-W. 191-tf WANTED Man with some experi ence in trimming shrubbery, caring for lawns, etc., for several days' work. Write C. R. H., careReformer. 192-193 HAMU) Housekeeier for man with two small children, ages four and nine, on small farm. L. W. Whitnev, Jiural 2, Brattleboro, Vt. Tel. 13-3. lii " WANTED Competent, middle-aged woman, good cok. wants position as housekeeper in widower's' home without children or for couple; will go in coun try. P. O. Box 58, Brattleboro. Vt. 192-193 WANTED Local hustler witlTauto to represent one of the largest farm agencies in Western Massachusetts. .Mass. Realtv- torn., 'Snnngheld s Larsr-I 192-190 FOR SALE Soft wood slabs. $4.50 a load. Holden & Martin Lumber Co. 19-tf FOR SALE 100 lbs; .$2.50 II. K. Hamilton, Hubbard iter 100 107 FOU SALE Ford OVerland touring car. squash .V- per lbs. delivered. Western Ave. !!!-195 touring car and W. T. Carney. 190-194 There are nineteen styles of F.veready cases all good ones the new "Spotlight" with the 300-foot range is the real Hash light for out-of-doors. FOR price $4. SALE Chester White pigs. John Niles, Putney, Tel. 11-2. 1!S9-194 FOR SALE Furniture new and tecond-hand, at J and ranges, B. Dunton's. r lG2-tf FOR SALE Hemlock lumber sawed to order, also dry boards. B. M. Reed, Putney, Vt. FOR SALE Winter squash, per 100 lbs. delivered. Bradley Tel. 243-W. JG1-210 $2.50 Farm, ISS-tf FOR SALE No. Ill Glenwood par lor stove in excellent condition. 'Phone 33.-M or 130. 192-195 FOR SALE maple syrup. L. donderrv. Vt. UK) gallons of fancy W. Churchill, So. Lon-lS2-tf FOR SALE Upright piano in good condition, will sell cheap. G. A. C wtk. So. Vernon. Mass. 190-J93 land Red Place. FOR pullets. ChHhterfield, N. , n SALE- SALE S. C. Rhode I Walter Dunbar, Cornell H. FOR P.12-194 . 2c. lb. ; Hubbard souas 2t..c. delivered. Afton Farm, Diiinmers- ton.Vt. TeL 341jl l!3-tf FOR SALE Crawford range in good condition, also one three-burnef gas plate. 230 Elliot St. l4-tf FOR SALE Fifty cords wood cut stove length.' $10 Brasor & Iiarber, Tel. 724-M FOR SALE 12-foot evaporator, 500 buckets W. Churchill, So. Iondonderry summer per cord. 177-tf Bellows Falls md spouts. L. Vt. . FOR SALE Lumber, ber, board and shingles planing. B. L. Perry, R. l2-tl dimension tim Sawing and J, Brattleboro. 04-tf FOR SALE Ford touring ! model in good quick sale, (j Mass. runninif order. . A. Cook, So, car. 1919 Cheat for 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. Cases, Batteries and Lamp. They are the only kind you'll find here everyone of them tested before you get them. CHAS. F. MANN 38 Main TEL. 38 38 Main Carl A. Mitchell UNDERTAKER Lady Assistant 180 Main Street Telephone 834-W or 834-R Just Arrived One Car of Elmore's Milk Grains ALL GRAIN READY RATION Made From Nothing But Corn Distiller's Dried Grains,' Cotton Seed Meal, Old Process Linseed Meal, Corn Gluten Feed, Hominy Meal, Wheat Bran, Barley Malt Sprouts, Dried Brew-, crs' Grains, a little fine Ta ble Salt. ANALYSIS Crude Protein 25 Crude Fiber (maximum, 10 Crude Fat Digestible Protein.. CASH AT STORE Per Ton, $43 Brattleboro Grain Co. 125 Elliot Street Phone 927 McKay Hardware Co. Formerly Telfer & McKay Give the Hen a Chance Disinfect and Whitewash the henhouse with Garbola O'M 21. SPECIAL NOTICES. DRESSMAKING. 02 Birge St. Tel. 10:.x-M. , 172 tt CASH PAID for wool at the Richard son Market. 72-tf DR. BAILEY, Chiropodist, ber Block. Tel. 1027-W. 2US l?ar- 141-tf Ab- FOK HI UK Buick auto. It. E bott, 174 Vernon St.. Tel. 171-W. 17S:2l2 1TI5L1C CAR. anytime, anywhere. Tj. W. Kelley, li3 Washington St. Tel. ij)-j. n:i tf F )Ii SALE Dry maple wool INFANT Vernon, i tine evins litO-liKi Tel. r,7s-M. soft ' DU. nanaii. Flat St. est Agency, Springfield, 350 Main Mass. St., W ulnut sss. Addie Ade's Adventures The Miiiute-a-I)ay Serial CHAPTER 71 "I think your new cook's great." said Addie. after dinner with Bill and Mary, about a week later. ' "She certainly OUGHT to bT." replied Mary" 'I picked her from among at least 15 ap plicants. You were right, Addie. about the number of applicants I'd hav to that nd in the Help Wanted columns. I had all those girls coming out here to see me or falling up the SAME Day the ad appeared and t he calls kept coming the next day even after I'd had the ad stopped." "I hate people who say 'l"TohJYouso I'll have -to wou slabs dried under cover. J. M. P.urnhani. "West Chesterfield, N. 11. PhoneJTjl-O. lS4-tf FOR SALE New (i-room bungalow. all at .Moreland Ave.; Iietween .s a. m. and 5 p. m. any day except Sunday. SANDERS' TiEALTY SlIOl F. F. St owe. l!i:-lC. 1(1 ('rosbv Rlock. Swedish scaln S LAYETTES, children's knitting and embroidery. , lN3-tf W. 1). LAMRERTuX, Veteri olfice at Tm-ker's Livery Stable. Tel. 120. liU-202 11 IE PARTY who found a P.ibl oil the table at the post ollu-e niav return same to Rev. C. . J'haver. lftl-T.2 RlKUIl ami FOR SALE Carload of Ohio Horses Ranging from 1,000 to 1,500 lbs., pairs and singles, will arrive at the Crooks House Stables Friday morning, Sept. 22. These horses will be sold cheap. Tel. 200. 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 MAIN STREET Office of Selectmen Rrattleboro, Vt. Oct. 3, R22 SALE Iron bed and it I guess ill have -to say way," said Addie. laughing. Rill's got the idea that the house PA IN T 1 N(j ' Ma ry went determined maybe you some painters as easily the cook." "I won't be any ,kNw needs on, "he seems can get him :is you got me HAPPY Till I get the house all painted white, with green shutters." put in Bill. "You won't have to ad vertise for painters." broke in Addie, READ The business service ads in the classified section of the paier. you'll find the men who do the best painting at the most FOR kitchen range, sewing machine. large Eddv refrigerator. Inquire during dav at 22 Grove St. ISS-tf FOR SALE Building lots on Moore land avenue; two 52x125, one CO x 125 nnj one corner lot. J. A. Lindsev, H Brooks St. 'Phone 5S7-M. 1 04-tf FOR SALE Registered Hols'tein bulls, four months to one year old. herd federal tested, also a few voimj rows for sale. II. L. Miller. Vernon. Vt. 1 03-204 FOR SALE Eleven-acre wood tot 3 miles from Brattleboro. Now is the time to prepare for coal shortage this winter. Price low. John E. Smith, Tel. 3-1-W. 152-tf springs. I Violet Ray trewtnieritsTelL SOQ-1. 140-tf CALL UP 440-W for your painting and papering: all work guaranteed. Wall REASONABLE Rates, in today's paper anil rangements tomorrow.' You can look make your ar- (To be continued) TopyTiglTtri02lTbiri5aiI L. Smith WANTED Union Bricklayers t Transportation Furnished Phone, at our expense. Nantanna Worsted Co. Northfield, Vermont. WANTED Waitress, Pantry Woman and Kitchen Help . Apply to HOTEL WINDHAM Bellows Falls. Vt. Help Wanted Wood Workers, Machine Operators and Tenders H. C. White Company North Bennington, Vt. FOR SALE Fowls and thickens dressed and delivered; also A) cords 4 ft. wood, under cover, cut any length. II. L. Millington, West Brattleboro. IsT-tf FOii SALE- Farm 112 a res. fullv equipped and stocked, south of Brattle-, boro. Vt.. or will trade for a ood res-' tanrant. Address q nipped. Reformer i OthVe. r.tO-l!." FOU SALE Dafif.Mliis ( Mamm-th . l."c. eaeh. also regular larse size "". p-r doz. ; hyacinths. Tic. l(c. and l.V. a h : tulips. '.lo: and "Mtc. per doz. These bulbs are better than ever this year. Hopkins The Florist. 1 ! 12 i f FOR SALE Rhode Island lied pul lets. $1.75 to .S2.r); unrelated cockerels from 240- to 2NMn; strain: 10 yearling hens and cockerels mated for breeding. $2.". Afton Farm. iHimmerston. Vt. Tel. 341-2. 1'13-tf I'Oll SALE Antique furniture and household gcnds, four stoves, farming tools, one Rood Concord buggy, three harnesses, low down truck, cotton -oil meal and chick feed, white mixed feed, one nuto truck, a good one. Chas. Miner. Tel. 017-M. 10! Mf FOR SALE Small farm near Brat tleboro, 7-room bouse finished in black walnut, all papered; three to four acres, two acres cut two tons hay. Bargain to responsible party as owner is leaving town. Address "D," Reformer OfTiee. ' 10 - 10.V FOB SALE Horses, will arrive Oct. 12 with oO bead of extra good horses, six pairs .'V200 to ",Cu4i and four pairs 2S0O to .1200. singles of all sizes BiOO to 1S00 lbs. r I f you are in the market for horses, look this lot over. My guarantee md prices are the best in New England. Full line of one- and two-horse wagons, collars, blankets and (Jodt'rey harness. M. J. Tetreaulf, Greenfield. Ma"ss. 191-193 paper. William Shaw, 40 Maple St. oS-tf ELMWOOI), a home for invalid and elderlv ladies. -' - Mrs. Hattie L. Iord, XV -Western Ave. Tel . 77! -ll.lS."-2U7- BU1CK AUTO SERVICE, long or short trips, at reasonable price. Clar ence I). Moon, 10 Frost Place, 'phone GN4-M. 122-tf MASON WORK, building and cleaning chimneys a specialty. I do out-of-town work. E. J. Cavanaugh, 1SS Elliot St. 'Phone 20'.)-.T. Ji.Vt f BARGAINS IN MATLVZlNESM-Ist favorable terms on single subscriptions or oi. reduced club rates. Send for booklet. Brattleboro News Co. 1-tf j time, SI an hour spare time, selling gu.ir janteed hosiery direct to wearer, cotton. I silk, heather mixtures. International Hosjt ry.Mills. Norristmvn. Pa. !!' WE A 1 1 V. lT K 1 N ifora f w mid-dle-ased men lo lcprexcnt us in unoccu pied territory in Vermont. Pay weekly, write Heath Nurseries, , Manchester. Conn. 101-liKS 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., PIANO TUNING J. M. Perry, 92 So. Main St. ; Husband and Wife Sealed proposals will be received nntil 8 o'clock Saturday evening. Oct. 14, 1!22, at this office and then ojiened for the building of a cement concrete pavement on Vernon street in the town of Brattle boro. Specification and form of pro posal may be obtained from this office. The Selectmen reserve the right to re ject any or ull bids. S. A. RICHMOND, W. E. STELLMAN. FREEMAN SCOTT, Selectmen. Dr. Foote, Dentist HOTEL PRINCESS Monday, Oct. 16 to Oct. 27 NO PAIN NO COCAINE J Carney's Auto Service Cars for funerals, christenings and wed dings, etc. Careful drivers. Also bag gage and light express. 21 THOMAS STREET TEL. C81-1C Old Age Income is . made pure and as lare as possible, through the purchase of an Annuity. Thin company, now in its seventy-third year, issues various) .forms of Annuities. Consult us. National Life Ins. Co., of Vt. f Mutual. ) - ' ' ' ' ' F. C. DINES. Special Agent, ISrattleboro. Vt. TO RENT. TO RENT Rooms. 7 Linden st. lS2-tf Call "("-M. PW-ION 21 TO RENT (iara;;e. TO RENT Furnished Green St. room. ISS-tf TO RENT Furniture Storage. "Call DeWitt Grocery Co. 175-tf TO RENT Furnished room in pri vate family. 20 Forest St. 1!KM!)S TO RENT Storage room." Impure 14 Prospect St. Tel. tMO-M. RKMtM TO RENT Three-room apartment. furnished or unfurnished. !17-M. H2-tf TO RENT Large room, two IkmR suitable for several young women. Tel. 734-W. im-isw TO RENT Furnished convenient to boarding 5.S.S-M. TO bath, Tel. ' front house. i:s: room. Tel. 5-P.).S RENT Furnished room with corner Pearl and Prospect Sts. Hl-M. 188-l!)3.-l!)4-tf 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. ADVERTISK IN THE ' REFORMER; TRY THE REFORMER'S CLASSIFIED COLUMNS MEN OR WOMEN, salary full time, .1 an boor spare time, selling guaranteed hosiery direct to wearer. Cot ton, silk, heather mixtures. Interna tional Hosiery Mills, Norristown, Pa. ; 1 S7 ALri WOOL KNITTING YARN for sale, direct from manufacturer at 1KV. $1. :'.." and $l.tl0 a lb. Postage paid on ?5 orders. Write for camples. We also do custom work. IL A. Bartlett. Harmony Maine. lt7-l'.K MAGAZINES AT LOWEST PRICES Write me about what magazines you want for the cumnii; year. I can get at money savin? prices. Sxeciahst, ; Public Auto Service Evenings, Saturday Afternoons and Sundays RUPERT GOODENOUGH Telephone 11-16 My bones, tiible.- What hit etc. -Mr iband piles in fnint f :. E. L. II. Does Your Husband bread crumbs, his plate at the Do? Copyright, 1921. George Matthew Adam Daily Motor Express Brattleboro-Springfield, Mass. II. A. RuiTington Tel. 137-Y CARL F. CAIN MERCHANT TAILOR 159 Main St. Subscribe for The REFORMER and Get the News them Mrs. tor you G. M. Love, Magazine South Newfane. Vt. 1-tf, FANCY. FRENCH DRY CLEAN-1 ING. D.veinj; and Pressing, ladies and gentlemen's garments, bouse furnishings of all descriptions. Will collect and de liver on request. Always reliable, .len ney & Parmenter, 71 Elliot St. Tele phone connection. ''K0 -210 1 N I )U STI 1 1 0 FS men JTnd women wanted to retail the genuine Watkins Products in city territories. Exceptional opportunity to tie up with oldest and largest company of its kind. Our hus tlers average income is $1.10 an hour. Are you doing as well? If not. write today for free samples and particulars. The .7. R. Watkins Co.. Dept. SI, 04 Washington St., North, Boston, Mass. lS7-!Ki-ii)-2t" RESIDENT SPECIALTY SALES-' MAN The eastern sales oflice of a west-' srn 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-! ential in every office, factory and insti-J tution. As this nppliance will le backed by both a local and national advertising campaign, this offers a real opportunity for a salesman who has a clean record, is i worker, and who can show that he has produced results on other lines.- State vour oualificaf ions fullv in first letter. Prairie Metal Craftsmen, Inc.. 201 1 Franklin .St Boston, Mass. 180-15)3! FOR QUICK SALE Latest Model Willys-Knight Touring Car In perfect condition, run but very little. Guaranteed to be as good as new. This car was bought new a few months ago but owner is going South this winter and does not want to store car. Will be4 sold at sacrifice. Cash or terms. Inquire at once. . . Box 99. Reformer Office LOST. - LOST Foot ball on Main St. or I)um merston road. Call .'7.-W. 102-tf last near LOST Tiger and white kitten; een Monday on. Western 'avenue Home Jor Aged. John E. Smith, 71 West ern Ave. Kl.'M'Jl Phillip Ericsbn PLUMBING AND HEATING 21 Crosby Street Tel. 820-W. James W. Izard CUSTOM TAILOR Room 8 ' Crosby Riot k YOUR OPPORTUNITY Green Hill P arkway ' Is Now On the Market ' HIGH-DRY ATTRACTIVE Lots $600 Upwards For particulars see G eorge L. Cassidy, Sales Agent At Brattleboro Garage 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' ' This bank when acting as executor or trustee performs its duties with impartiality..; 5 Why not make your will, without delay, naming this institution as, your competent and fully instructed appointee? ' It is a moral as well as a paternal obligation. Vermont National Bank SAFETY STRENGTH SERVICE Would it be wise to burden your widow with, your estate! I S it not better to insure ber the aid of a strong fjnTMift1 institu tion., experienced in all the details of settling estates? It is a simple matter to arrange your attorney can designate it in your wilL 1 w peoples National Bank Brattleboro, Vt V A Passing Opportunity The following table rlearlv sliows tbe deeline in. interest rates on WESTERN FIKST MORTGAGE FARM LOANS, according to monthly circulars issued by us for August, September and October, 1922: Total number Xumber of of Ixans listed 7 Loans Xumber of Number of 62 Loans 6 Loans August circular, 27 September circular, 23 October circular. 22 22 13 O 8 16 0 o 6 This decline in rates is the result of easier money conditions In the West, a situation which has already prevailed in the East for some time. - - - There is still an opportunity for investors, who could not take advantage of the 7 per rent rate in August and September, to secure first-class i Per Cent Loans 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. Our October circular is ready for distribution end we would be pleased to have sou call or write for a copy. Full particulars re garding our investments gladly furnished. Vermont Loan & Trust Company Spokane, Washington Salem, Oregon Lewiston, Montana BRATTLEBORO, VERMONT The same high-grade' investments we have sold for thirty-six years without loss to any investor . . In Order to Become Rich it has been said a man must be able to do these three things well; 1: Make Money 2. Save Money : 3. Invest Money ; Few men are skilled at all three. - "-. Our commercial service helps you make money; . our savings service helps save money, while, our trust service aids in the investment and conserva tion of your funds during your life time and be yond. ' . : - .", : ! . .' . ,., ........... , . Let us explain the many ways we' can serve you. Brattleboro Trust Company Brattleboro, Vermont - y r