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THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY REFOR3IER. MONDAY. OCTOBER 10, 1922.
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS 5 cents a line first insertion; 2lA cents a line each subsequent insertion. Cash in Advance. Minimum Charge, 20 cents. WANTED. WANTED Work Tel. 528-M. - WANTED Maple Grocery Co. . - WANTED Yellow-eye Witt Grocery Go. by high school boy. 102-197 DeWitt ISS-tf De- sjrup. FOR SALE. FOR SALE Five-room cottage house. West St. 103-21)7 room stove. 193-195 beans. 18S-tf WANTED Two men G. J. Perkins & Son. to dig potatoes. ISS-tf " WANTED Gentlemen's washing and mending. Tel. 4S9-K. 193-198 "WANTED Laundress at Austine In stitution Call Matron 603. WANTED Married man for general farm work. A. L. Karnes, Vernoti, Vt. Tel. T8-2. 19-tf WANTED Driver for wholesale bakerv truck. F. J. Fairbanks Hakory Co.. Flat St. 194-100 WANTED Crocheting of all kinds done, reasonable price. Mrs. Adolphus Forest, 9SprinsSt. 1U4-11)0 WANTED Maid for housework in rood family.. Apply Vermont Academy, Saxtons River, Vt, WANTED Capable girl housework in small family. Scuwenk, 12 Tark Place. 185-190 for general Mrs. A. F. 171-tf WANTED Brick masons, $1.25 per hour. .Bring tools ready for work. Dix & Staples, Springfield. Vt. 170-tf WANTED Fireman at steadv employment'. Wm. Sons. Putney. Vt. Tt i. 01-2. FOR SALE Sitting 5 School St. FOR SALE ing Miller, Tel. -Winter apples. 13-22. FUU SALE Dry rock maple .$15 a cord. Tel. 137-M. SALE FOR wood or coal. FOR SALE A stove No. 3. Call R. Irv-1S9-191 wood, 189-tf si ove? 1'12-tf new Standard parlor 321-M. 194 1M9 One Oak 'Phone 112. parlor One practically new Tel. 324-12. 192-190 VOU SALE Soft wood slabs. a load. Holden & Martin Lumber t . FOR SAI.F Hubbard souash -S 1(H) lbs: $2.50 per 100 lbs. delivered. Ave. 190-195 FOR SALE wardrobe trunk. II. K. Hamilton, 1G7 Western l:-tf per FOR SALE Ford Overland touring car. touring car and W. T. Carney. I'M)-194 There are nineteen . styles of Lveready cases alt - good ones the new "Spotlight" with the SOO-foot range is the real flash light for out-of-doors. - FOR price $4. SALE Chester White pigs, John Niles, Putney, Tel. 11-2. 189-194 paper mill. Robertson lhlf WANTED Furnaces to care for. Write L. C. Smith, care Reformer Office. 194-199 WANTED An experienced sawyer, for running a stationary sawmill. Steady job. Holden & Martin Lumber Co. INO-tf WANTED Ladies' and gentlemen's washings to do, called for and delivered. Mrs. G. W. Grover, 250 So. Main St. 191-194 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 Capable woman for gen eral housework, good cook, in small fam ily, excellent wages. Mrs. George L. Dunham. Tel. 107-W. 191-tf WANTED "Local hustler with auto to represent one of the largest farm agencies in Western Massachusetts. Mass. Realty Corp., "Springfield's Larg est Agencv," 350 Main St., Walnut SSN. Springfleld, Mass. 189-194 Addie Ade's Adventures . The Iinute-a-I)ay Serial 72 FOR SALE Furniture new and second-hand, at J FOR SALE Hemlock to order, also dry boards. Putney, Vt. and tanges, B. Dunton's. 162-tf lumber sawed B. M. Reed, 101-210 FOR SALE No. Ill Glenwood par lor stove in excellent condition. 'Phone 339-M or 130. 192-195 FOR SALE maple syrup. L. donderry, Vt. 1H gallons of fancy W. Churchill, So. Lon-182-tf FOR SALE S. C. Rhode Island Red pullets. Walter Dunbar, Cornell Place. Chesterfield. N. II. 192-194 -Hubbard squash. 2c. lb.; .Afton rami, Ihimmers- FOR SALE- 2,,-'c. delivered. ton, Vt Tel. 341- 193-tf FOR SALE Crawford range in good condition, also one three-burner gas Plate. 230 Elliot St. 184-t f FOR SALE Kitchen range, sewing machine and hall stand. Inquire during dav at 22 Grove St. INN-tf summer per cord. 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. EVE8B&V Cases, Batteries and Lamps. They are the only kind you'll find here everyone of them tested before you get them. CHAS. F. MMm 38 Main TEL. 38 S3 Main Carl A. Mitchell UNDERTAKER Lady Assistant 180 Main Street Telephone 834-W or 834-R FOR SALE wood cut stove Bra so r & Barber. -Fifty cords length. $10 Tel. 724-M. CHAPTER 72 "The sales manager in our office just-got a new stenograher yesterday, and this afternoon she went into his office and said, 'Mr. Brown, there's a LADY Outside I'm very busy, FOR SALE Square piano. $10. B. Shoninger Piano Co., 58 Elliot St. 194-195 FOR SALE 12-foot Bellows Falls evaporator. 500 buckets and spouts. L. W. Churchill, So. Londonderry. Vt. lS2-tf FOR SALE Lumber, dimension tim ber, board and shingles. Sawing and planing. B. L. Perry, R. 3, Brattleboro. 04-tf FOR SALE Dry maple wood. sot"t SPECIAL NOTICES. DRESSMAKING. 103K-M. 02 Birce St. Tel. 172-tt GASH PAID for wool at the Richard son Market. 72-tf Dli. BAILEY. Chirooodist. 20S Bar ber Biock. Tel. 1027-W. 141-tf FOR HIRE Buick auto. R. E. Ab bott, 174 Vernon St.. Tel. 171-W. . 17S-202 PUBLIC CAR. anytime, anywhere. L. W. Kelley, 25 Washington St. Tel. 159-.T. 113-tf INFANT'S LAYETTES, children's fine sewing, knitting and embroidery. to see you.' 'Tell her ' he said without l iokitu up fro.m his work. The new girl came back in a minute and told him the lady said she ' HAD To see him that porta nt. "Tell her I ered,' Mr. Brown ' it was very mi can't be both- wood slabs dried under cover. Burnham. West Chesterfield, I 'hone 79-0. FOR SALE New 0-room bungalow. Call at Moreland Ave., between N a. m. I iind 5 i. m anv dav extent Sunday. F. F. Stowe. 193-190 1 c. M.r1'1'- ;"s--'- N. II. t DR. W. 184-t f 183-tf Veteri S fable. girl Mr. get- SNAPPED Out. In a minute the came in again, 'Excuse me. Brown.' she said, 'but this lady is ting rather - VIOLENT. She says if you don't (vune out herq this instant she'll ' t GREAT Seott V-:- yelled Mr. Brown, jumping up and running out the door, 'Why in thunder didn't you Tell Me It Was My Wife?' WE'VE Got two new mahogany desks, a bunch of chairs and a couple of. al most Oriental nigs at the office now." Addie'went on. "The boss was going to buy it all BRAND New, until I found an ad in the classified section telling about a firm over in the Elder Building D. LAMRERTON. narian. outre at linkers Livery Flat St. Tel.12!l. 191-2(12 SANDERS' BEAUTY SHOP. Room 10, Crosby Block. Swedish scalp and Violet Ray treatments. Tel. 800-1. 140-tf UP 440-W for your painting all work guaranteed. Wall TWO WINCHESTER PEOPLE KILLED Automobile Crushed on Grade Crossing Near Keene Mr. Pliillips Severely Injured. KEENE. N. II., Oct. 10. Mrs. J. F. Phillips, aged 38, and her brother-in-law, Charles A. Phillips, both of Winchester, were instantly killed and James F. Phil lips, husband of the dead woman, was severely injured when an automobile driven by .lames I'liilUps was struck by the train bound for Keene at a grade crossing in Winchester about noon yes terday. - The party was on its way from West port to Forest Lake, Winchester, where they, have been living during the sum mer. Mr and Mrs. Phillips were in charge of the resort and pavilion at Forest Lake during the past season.- u- i dications are that fhe driver had no idea a train was due to pass nt tins nine oi day, as the traiu was running late. From the appearance of the road, he had made frantic efforts to stop his machine when he heard the train , approaching. Fireman B. G. Lance saw tla ap proach of the automobile and called to Engineer) Pierce to stop the train. The brakes were set and the wheels slid for more than 50 feet after passing the high way, and wreckage of the machine was strewn the entire distance. W. S Brown was the conductor in charge. Members of the crew picked up Mr. Phillips and brought him to the Elliot Community h.spital in Keene. He suffered a broken left leg and una and abrasions about the f ;i ce n nil Ivxlr It is expected that he will1 recover. , The accident happened at what is called the Lawrence crossing. NEW TELEPHONE SYSTEM IN NEW YORK Nine Thousand Tliones Changed Over to Self-Calling Flan Still Em ploying Girls. NEW YORK, Oct. 10. Telephone sub scribers connected with the Pennsylvania exchange called their own numbers yes terday aud got along as well as when the telephone girls did the work, according to tiie roixirt of the New York Telephone Co. last night. Seventeen hundred trunk lines and t.(MMt telephones were changed over from the old style of oieration yesterday to the new method by which the subscriln-r man ipulates a dial on his own telephone and is connected mechanically with the nuni her which he is seeking. There are approximately 1.0.0.000 telehones in New lork city today, it was announced. There are still tens of thou sands of unfilled applications for instru ments. Although the new machinery, which makes the subscriber act as his own telephone operator, was adopted largely because of the labor problem, the telephone company has not reduced the number of girls employed. On the other ha ml. it is still advertising for more young women. In spite of the installs tion f the labor saving machinery, the number of " girl.- employed cm the tele phones will, it is nuid. be steadily in creased during the next 10 days. McKay Hardware Co. Formerly Teller & McKay ' '- Paint, Oils and Varnishes There is no time ' like the present to repair those broken windows. , ; Phone 449-W We also wish to call yoiir4 attention to our complete . line of Clothes Wringers ' Mop Wringers Wash Boilers,Wash Tubs and Clothes Baskets. 110 MAIN STREET FOR SALE A idayer-iuano in first- CALL class condition. 12." music rolls. Will ' and papering sell reasonable. Call after 0 p. m. . paper. William Shaw, 40 Maple St - . . ... m iiil 1 ' ... ' - " " o. .Main rt. f FOR"lSALE Building lots on Moore land avenue ; two 52 x I2i, one 00 x l2. and one corner lot. .I. A. Lindsey, 14 Brooks St. 'Phone 5S7-M. 104-tf 58-tf cistered Ilolstein SELLING The contents of its ottice. He got the furniture at less than half price and he's been talking about it ever since." ( To be continued Copyright. 1921. by Basil L. Smith WANTED Night Watchman Address, "Watchman, Reformer Office WANTED Union Bricklayers Transportation Furnished Phone at our expense. v Nantanna Worsted Co. Northfleld, Vermont. FOR SALE lie bulls! four months Ho federal tested, also a few young cows for sale. H. L. Miller, Vernon, Vt. 193-204 FOR SALE Eleven-acre wood lot. 3 miles from Brattleboro. Now is the time to prepare for coal shortage this winter. Price low. John E. Smith, Tel. 34-W. I 1;.2 tf j ELMWOOl), a home for invalid and elderlv ladies. Mrs. Ilattie L. Lord, ;',2 Western Ave. Tel. 779-11. 1 X3-2Q7 BUICK AUTO SERVICE, long or short trips, at reasonable price. Clar- enc-p u. Jioon, iu t rost I'lace, pnone "8 122-tf BELLOWS FALL - Deacon Bacon's Double Anniversary. An unusual double anniversary was celebrated Friday evening in the parlors of the First Baptist church of Bellows Fulls when a large number of friends of the church m:d of - Deacon-Henry C Bacon gathered to celebrate bis 77th birthday, also the 50th anniversary of FOR SALE Fowl dressed and delivere it. wood, under cover. H. L. Millington. W MASON WORK, building and cleaning! chimneys a specialty. I do out-of-town work. E. J. Cavanaugh, 1S8 Elliot St. 'Phone 209-.T. 9."i-tf BARGAINS IN MAGAZINES Most favorable terms on single subscriptions or oi. reiiuceu ciud rates, isenu lor booklet wls and chickens j i;rattlcboro News Co. 1-tf d ; also 50 cords 4-! TT- . ' Vv-TTTTKv1 5 v , ver cut anv length! . Mr.N OR OMLN, salary ,SoO full Ves't I ratt?iboro 8 j'""0- n l"r spare time, selling esc liratueooro. KMarar.teed hosiery direct to wearer. Cot- J'"''u 1 .. ..:m i .i - t . FOR SALE Farm 112 acres, fully j equipped ai.d storked, south of Brattle-j horo. Yf., or will trade for a gred res-j taurant. Address rrquipped. Reformer t (jmce. 190-19.J FOR SALE Daffodils (Mammoth), l.c. each, also regular large si.e 7."ic. per doz. : hvacinths, ".. Kc. and 15c. each; ton, silk, heather mixtures. Interna tional Hosiery Mills, Norristown, Pa. 17 ALL AVOOL KNIITING YARN for sale, direct from manufacturer at 95c. $J .:'.." and S1.0O a lb. Postage paid on 5 orders. Write for samples. We also do custom work. II. A. Bartlett, Harmony. tulips, .'15c. and 50c. per doz. These bulbs are better than ever this year. Hopkins The Florist. 192-tf FOR SALE Rhode Island Red pul lets. .$1.75 to .$2.50; unrelated cockerels from 240- to 2M-egg strain: 10 yearling hens and cockerels mated for breeding, $25. Afton Farm, Dummerston. Vt. Tel. 341-2. 19.1 tf FOR SALE- t'hamber set. consisting of bureau, commode. Ied and springs; iron bed and cot 3ed ; small chunk wood stove; tables, chairs and many other household goods. 410 Earlier Bldg.. Tel. 70S-W. Call evenings. l'.tl-tf FOR SALE Small farm near Brat- I tleboro, 7-room house 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 Office. 1S9-195 Maine. -1G7-190 MAGAZINES AT LOWEST PRICES 'Write me nbout what magazines you i 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 fXnc y" f r e n ci i Dirr(TLi;:AN- IN, Dyeing and Pressing, ladies' and gentlemen's garments, house furnishings cf all descriptions. Will collect and de liver on request. Always reliable,. .Ten ney & I'armenter, 71 Elliot St. Tele phone connection. ',S0-21Ui Husband and Wife . m .1 -H If.. i iri ' 1 hi ii r j nitwit HTiii , f his beginning to teach a Sunday school class in the church, his services in that respect having. been continuous tor tne entire half century. The parlors of the church had been handsomely decorated for the o-casion of the annual guest night of the ladies' class, the additional exercises being a surprise to the deacon. Entertainment of musie.( readings, and reading of let ters from absent members and pastors. tos;etlier with an address by Deacon C. W. Osgood of the Congregational church, who two years ago also celebrated the 50th anniversary of his teaching a class, ere among the features of the evening. Pastor J. M. Maxwell, in Udialf of the givers, presented Deacon Bacon a foun tain pen and an elegant Bible which had as lxxk iparks a liberal supply of dollar bills Ix-tween the leaves. Richard I). Field Married in Worcester. The marriage occurred Saturday eve ning in Worcester, Mass.. 'of Richard D. Field, son of Mr. and. Mrs. Alfred L. Field of Bellows Falls, and was attended by a number of relttives and friends from here. The bride was Miss Al.ida M. MacNeill. a native of Maine, who kas made her home a number of years with an aunt at 21 Shirley street, Worcester, where the wedding took place. Mr. Field, a lifelong resident of Bellows Falls and graduate of Bellows Falls high school, graduated from Worcester Poly technic Institute last June ns n civil engineer and is an employe of the New England Power company in Worcester, where they will make their home. His father is a member of the local hardware firm of Field & Lawrence. Chrysanthemums Are the Seasonable Flowen Step into our store and see the display. . Hopkins the Florist, Inc. Carney's Auto Service Cars for funerals, christenings and wed dings, etc. Careful drivers. Also bag gage and light express. 21 THOMAS STREET TKU 68 Mt My wife always wants trt get my opin-j ions on matters while I am shaving. i W. A. A. - j What lre Your Wife I PIANO TUNING J. M. Perry, 92 So. Main St. Tel. 1118 V or 400 Copyright, 1921. George Matthew Adama CARL F. CAIN MERCHANT TAILOR 15 Main St. TO RENT. TO RENT ".iooms. 7 -(lara TU RENT ill 500-M. RENT Furniture Grocery Co. Linden st. lS2-tf Oak Sr. RCMDS at liti TO DeWitt Storage. Call 175-tf T RENT Furnished room in pri vate family. 20 Forest St. 1!-1S' Help Wanted Wood Workers, Machine Operators and Tenders II. C. White Company North Bennington, Vt. WANTED A client of ours wishes to buy a small business or an interest in some business. AH interviews or correspondence strictly confidential. TO RENT 14 Prosiect St. Storage room. Tel. VAil-M, I nijuire m-i-ioi TO RENT Three-room apartment, furnished or unfurnished. 017-M. 102-tf Furwork Mrs. Nilsen of Keene, N. H., will be at Mr. Mitchell's parlors, 180 Main street, October 20th. from 9 to 4 o'clock. Come in and get estimation on remodelling old furs. TO RENT eonvenient to 5SS-M. Furnished boarding front room, house. Tel. 103-15)8 TO RENT Furnished room with bath, corner Pearl and Prospect Sts. Tel. 7:u-M. iss-ms-ioi-tf furnished, room US Canal St. 101-tf TO RENT Large with furnace heat. 'Phone 1015-M. TO RENT Four-room apartment, modern eonyenierxTs, moderate rental, adults only, i) Grove St., or Tel. 2:'.2-M. l'.tl tf LOST. Edgett & Co. Public Auto Service Evenings, Saturday Afternoons and Sundays RUPERT GOODENOUGII Telephone 11-16 LOST Foot ball on Main St. or Dum merston road. Call 575-W. 1U2-U" LOST Tiger and white kitten; last seen Monday on Western avenue near Home for Aged. John E. Smith, 71 West ern Ave. 10:M94 Phillip Ericson PLUMBING AND HEATING 24 Crosby Street Tel.' 820-W. James W. Izard ;CUST0M TAILOR Room 8 Crosby Block Kegs and Casks New White Oak, A NO. 1 5, 10, 15, 20, 25 and 50 gal. Phone 112 Brattleboro, Vt. C. II. EDDY CO., FOR SALE Cadillac Touring Car in good condition; good tires. At a bargain. Can be seen at Young's Garage. Dr. Foote, Dentist HOTEL PRINCESS , Monday, Oct. 16 to Oct. 27 NO PAIN NO COCAINE Daily Motor Express Brattleboro-Springfield, Mass. II. A. Burrington Tel. 137-Y FOR QUICK SALE Latest Model Willys-Knight Touring Car In perfect condition, run but 1 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 be sold at sacrifice. Cash or terms. Inquire at once. Box 99. Reformer Office YOUR OPPORTUNITY Green Hill Parkway Is Now On the Market HIGH DRY ATTRACTIVE Lots $600 Upwards For particulars see George L. Cassidy, Sales Agent At Brattleboro Garage It's Up Woix to Whether your surplus earnings make 4 or 7x2 If you would like to increase your income with safety, we can show you how to do it. 1 Vermont Investment Corporation Room 1, American Building BRATTLEBORO, VERMONT Eli H. Porter, Pres. Harry W. Witters, Vice Pres. Roy S. Brown, Treas. Charles A. Boyden, Asst. Treas. 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. Why not make your will, without delay, naming this institution as your competent and fully instructed. appointee? , , i 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 her the aid of a strong financial institu tion, experienced in all the details of settling estates? It is a simple matter to arrange your attorney can designate it iix your wilL Peoples National Bank Brattleboro. Vt A Passing Opportunity T!i following tabl rloarly sliows the dcrline in Interest rates on WESTKKN riKST MOIiTOAOI' FAK.M LOANS, according to immtlily circulars issued by us for August, September and October, 1922: Total number Number of of Loans listed 7 Loans XnniWr of Number of BJ4 Loans Loans . August circular, 27 September circular, 23 October circular, 22 13 0 5 8 16 0 This decline in rates is the result of easier money conditions in the West, a situation which has already prevailed in the Last for some time. , , , 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 CJ4 Per Cent IiOans 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 and we would be pleased to have you call or write for a copy. Full particulars re garding our investments gladly furnished. ' ' ' . , ' . " v .' .", . ". ' ' ' 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 V HI V v