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THE BRATTLEBORO. DAILY REFORMER, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1922.
4 v CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS 5 cents a line first insertion; 2 cents a line each subsequent insertion. Cash in Advance. Minimum Charge, 20 cents. , WANTED. WANTED Potatoes. DeWitt s t Gro-203-tf eery Co. WANTED Maple syrup. DeWitt ISS-tf Grocery Co. . WAN TED Women Vinton & Son's. at William II. 2()2-tf WANTED Yellow-eye beans. De-lS8-tf Vitt Grocery Co. WANTED A good two-horse wajron. D. n. Wright. Tel. 13-2. 2lXMf 1 WANTED Girls to - room and board 14 Clark St. 'Phone 130-W. ""WANTED Choppers. D. II. Wright, West Bratt leboro. 'Phone 13-2. ltktf wXNTEL--Capable girl for general housework. Address A. B., care Ue foraipr. " 207-tf , WANTED Musician wants to rent piano, square preterreu. write nano. c-o Reformer. 204-210 WANTED Musician piano, grand preferred, tare Reformer. wants to rent Write Piano, 205-211 WANTED E x pe r i e n ee d 1 a u n d r y in a n . Apply Superintendent, Brattleboro Mem orial Hospital. 2J7-tf WANTED Practically all kinds of soft and hard wood logs. IIolden & Martin Lumber Company. 2U5-tf WANTED Brick masons, $1.25 "per hour. Bring tools ready for work. Dix & Staples. Springfield. Vt. 170-tf WANTED Cider apples at Brattle boro depot Saturdays and Mondays. 40c. a hundred. Frank L. Wellman. 10S:tf WANTED Single man for general farm work good milker. II. F. Carr. So. Vernon, Mass. Tel. Brattleboro 7-12. 204-tf WANTED Experienced man on dowel machines. , A good opportunity for the right man. D. J. Smith Corp., Put ney, Vt. , 200-20S WANTED 100 rectory Machine Operators. Employment Bureau, The New Departure Manufacturing Co.. Bris tol. Conn. 2K-211 WANTED 20 experienced stitchers and girls to learn to make handkerchiefs ; also girls to pack and iron., White Man ufacturing Co. -' ItHj-tf WANTED Hunters ; to board and room through deer season. 3Vj miles north of Townshend. For information telephone Newfane 34-23 between 7 and ! p. m. ' 200-20!) WANTED Agents for quick selling useful article on liberal commission. Will sell big for Christinas sifts. For exclusive territory write to P. O. Box 302, North Ada ms, Mass. 200-211 WANTED Six-room tenement where there is no objection to children. Would prefer tenement in town, but would con sider one a little out of Brattleboro. Ad dress H. J. B.. care Reformer. 202-207 MALE HELP WANTED Salesmen to sell our high grade garden and field seeds direct to planters. A good position with big income. Experience unneces sary. Cobb Co., rrankhn, Mass. 20-2ll WANTED Man capable of taking charge of Wood Turning Shop ; must be good machine man, understanding Way mouth, Automatic machines; furnish references. Coxters Toy Shop, Inc.. Col linsville, Conn. 202-207 . TO RENT. TO RENT Rooms. 7 Linden St. lS2-tf ROOMS TO RENT. 3 Walker Place. 204-215 TO RENT Room, upstairs, 0 Clark 203-208 St. TO RENT Furniture Storage. DeWitt Grocery Co. Call 175-tf TO RENT unfurnished. - Three rooms furnished or Call 017-M. li)-tf TO RENT Excellent garage space for winter storage. 'Phone S5-M. 207-tf TWO FURNISHED Bath and furnace heat. 'Phone 731-M. front rooms. 2 Prospect St. 200-tf TO RENT Large with furnace heat. 'Phone 101 5-M. furnished room 14S Canal St. 104-tf TO RENT Will consider renting new house to responsible party on or about Nov. 15. Address "I louse," care Re former Office. - 20-tf LOST. LOST Black leather satchel between R. R. station and upper High St.. via Main, Williston and Oak streets. Finder please notify R. F. Wells, Vermont Printing Co. ; 203-tf LOST Three yearling heifers froir my pasture on Huckle hill ; two are Jer sey color and one brindle, almost black, and white. Reward for recovery. Tel. 27-2 Northfield. It. E. Bruce, So. Ver non, Vt. - ' 203 213 WANTED Small Show Case Tel. 219-W. Help Wanted Wood Workers, Machine Operators and Tenders H. C. White Company North Bennington, Vt. LUMBER WAITED. We shall buy practical ly all kinds of soft and hard wood logs this winter and pay good prices. Holden & Martin Lumber Co. FOR SALE. FOR SALE Five-room cottage house. 0 West St. 193-207 FOR SALE Two rifles and two re volvers. Tel. 5S5-M. 205-208 FOR SALE Hard mixed wood. F. E. Ganimell. 'Phone 211-12. , 203-tf FOR SALE Dry rock maple wood, $15 a cord. Tel. 137-M. INMf FOR SALE R. I. Red pullets." John Niles. Putney, 'l'hone 11-2. 200-212 FOR SALE Skunk and coon dog! Chas. A. Brown, 8 Spring St. 200-208 FOR SALE Hard wood. $13 a cord-. Arthur Wilson. Tel. 701-W. 207-21 1 FOR SALE Guernsey heifer ealf; 1 1 . D. Thayer, West Brattleboro. 2(7-tf "FOR SALE Soft wood slabs. $4.50 a lomLJIolden & Martin Lumber Co. 10-tf FOR SALE Sheet iron chunk stove. Price reasonable. 'Phone 115-W. ' 20C-208 FOR SALE Purebred Berkshire mtrs. A. II. .L.ynue, v. xraiueuoro. 100-tf FOR SALE Orders taken for winter aoples. Mrs. J. A. Clark, 'phone 15-12. 207-21 X FOR SALE Dry hard wood cut stove length. Brasor & Barber. Tel. 724 M. 203-tf FOR SALE Furniture nnd ranges, new and second-hand, at J. B. Dunton's. - 102-tf FOR SALE One 12-foot extension table, cheap. A. II. Lynde, W. Brattle boro. 190-tf, FOR SALE A stove. No. 3, for 321-M. new Standard parlor wood or coal. Call 203-20S FOR SALE Hemlock lumber pawed to ordur, also dry boards. B. M. Reed. Putney. Vt. 101-210 FOR SALE Baldwin apples off voting trees ; extra good ones. Dwight Miller. Tel. 1 1-15. 197-tf FOR SALE Two rifles, shot-gun double hammerless and 38 automatic bolt. Tel. 3N.N-W. 200-tf FOR SALE Crawford range in good condition, also , one three-burner gas plate. 230 Elliot St. ' lS4-tf FOR SALE Kitchen range, sewing machine and hall stand. Inquire during day at 22 Grove St. ; 18S-tf FOR SALE Drv hard wood from the Five Maple Farm. $17, a full cord. G. T. Wilson, hone 314-25. 207-212 FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE Three (heap horses, cattle or slipup. M. How ard ,Orchard St.. 'phone tUts-M. 207-tf FOR SALE Second hand Cadillac car in good condition, all new tires. Bar gain. Box 15. Reformer Othce. 27-2N FOR SALE 12-foot Bellows Falls evaporator, 500 buckets and spouts. L. W. Churchill, So. Ixndonderry, Vt. 182-tf FOR SALF. Hubbard squash S2 per 100 lbs.; $2.50 per II. K. Hamilton, 107 100 lbs. delivered. Western Ave. 202-20.S FOR SALFj Lumber, dimension tim ber, board and shingles. Sawing and planing. B. L. Perry, R. 3, Brattleboro, i:a tf FOR SALE .401 Winchester Auto matic, nearly new; 32-40 single shot Winchester: 45-70 Springfield. C L. Cobb. 24 Pearl St. 207-tf FOR SALE Wood sawing machine nearly new, in first class condition, mounted on truck. Inquire of W. 1. Fames, Newfa ne, Vt. lOS-tf FOR SALE One good work horse, one good two-seated surrey, or would trade for cows coining in soon. P. W. Clia se. West Brattleboro. '-JlI f 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. 152-tf , FOR SALE 25 yearling White Leg horn hens with flock average of 102 eegs for the laying year, 100 to Oct. 25. Price ?2 each. 3S Maple St., Tel. 732-M. 204-5-7-0-11 FOR SALE Ayrshire milk from state and federally tested herd special ized for babies and sick (free samples for babies). Delivery daily. F. E. Gam mell. 'Phone 211-12. 203-tf FOR SALE HONEY, clover. .$1.25"; buckwheat, 1 in five-pound pails. Par cel post paid by us. Satisfaction guar anteed. Riverside Bee Yards, Scotia, N. Y. Schenectady county. 203-218 FOR SALE Fowls and chickens dressed and delivered ; also 50 cords 4-ft. wood, under cover, cut any length. II. L. Millington. West Brattleboro. l,N7-tf FOR SALE General store, cash re ceipts $800 weekly, postomee pays $S00; in live town on railroad: brick store, steam heat and electric lights. Address Box 10. care Reformer. 202-208 FOR SALE- Chamber set, consisting of bureau, commode, bed and springs ; iron bed and cot bed ; small chunk wood stove; tables, chairs and many other household goods. 410 Barber Bids., Tel. 708-W. Call evenings. 104-tf FOR SALE One gas engine, one steam engine., one Ford covered truck, good one, forward part of dump cart, two wheels and second. hand wheels, corn sheiler and feed cutter, w heelbarrow, hand cart. 5 harnesses. nlo a lot of fur niture and farming tools. Tel. 017-M. 203-tf FOR SALE Pair of Horses Weight 2,700 Chestnut driving horse, weight 1050. These horses are all right and will be sold cheap. A. J. Hildreth ' Putney Road Thone C5-W 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. -'. Daily Motor Express Brattleboro-Springfield, Mass. II. A. Burlington Tel. 137-Y '-"-4n TM;,.ll1-" V.tri There are nineteen styles of Rveready cases all good ones the new "Spotlight" with the SOO-Ioot range is the real flash light lor out-of-doors. No matter what kind of a c&se yon have, Insist on the long lived Eveready battery for it and insist on fresh batteries that's the kind yooll 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. m&un 38 Slain TEL. S8 S8 Main Carl A. Mitchell - UNDERTAKER Lady Assistant 180 Main Street Telephone 834-W or 8S4-R . SPECIAL,' NOTICES. DRESSMAKING. 1038-M. C2 Birge St. Tel. 172-tf CASH PAID for wool at the Richard son Market. 72-tf DR. BAILEY, Chiropodist, 208 Bar ber Block. Tel. 1027-W. 141-tf INFANT'S LAYETTES, children's fine sewing, knitting and embroidery. Tel. T.78-M. 183-tf . FOli HULLED CORN AND HOM INY call 211-5 for delivery Tuesdays and SANDERS' BEAUTY SIIOI'T Room J 10, Crosby Block. Swedish ecalp and; Violet Ray treatments. Tel. fcOO-1. 140-tf j CALL UP 440-W for your painting! and and papering; all work guaranteed, wall, paper. William Shaw, 40 Maple St. 5,s-tf j ELMWOOD, a home for invalid and ; clderlv ladies. Mrs. Ilattie L. Lord,' 32 Western Ave. Tel. 770-11. 1X3-207 ; BUICK AUTO SERVICE, long or! , short trips, at reasonable price. Clar-1 "' -, 1 T . T 1, . I , ' ence u. Jioon, j r rosi x iace. pnone - I Ui-.Yl. 1---U , MASON WORK, building and cleaning ! chimneys a speialty. I do out-of-town work. K. J. Cavanaugh, 1SS Elliot St. 'PhojieJioOT. . 05-tf BARGAINS IN MAGAZINES Most favorable terms on single subscriptions or on reduced club rates. Send for booklet. Brattleboro News Co. 1-tf WILL TRADE player-piano. 125 music rolls for late model light touring car. Come and make a deal. Call after 0 p. m. week days. Upstairs. 1K3 So. Main Jr. . 2Q5-207 ELDERLY MAN and witV or two ladies may have board and room for win ter. Modern improvements and furnu" heat. Write Mrs. J. A. Da is, R. D. 2. Northfield. Mass. 207-200 ALL SALE- WOOL KNITTING YARN FOR . r l- . i . iireci irom manuiaciurer, :.c. $1.35. ?1.00 S5 orders. a lHHind. Postage paid on Write ror samples. 1 1. A. Bartlort. Harmony, Maine. 20.5-2.S2 MAGAZINES AT , LOWEST PRICES Write me about what magazines you want for the mminjc ycar. I can get them for you at money saving prices. Mrs. G. M. Love, Magazine Specialist. South Newfane. Vt. 1-tf FANCY. FRENCH DRY CLEAN ING, Dyeing and Pressing, ladies' nnd 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. " 80-210 "None Better Made" Posts Ice Cream French and American Ice Cream ' always on hand; wholesale or re tail. Fancy forms, etc., made to order and delivered. CHARLOTTE KUSSE Fresh Every Day Lunch Served at Noon. HERBERT E. POST Tel. 411-W 75 Elliot Street Robert Mitchell PICTURE FRAMING 87 Williams Street. Thone 1101-M Will call with samples. CARL F. CAIN MERCHANT -TAILOR 159 Main St. Husband arid Wife My red headed husband is alwavs dis piuyinR his Irish temper. Mrs. D.'ll. W. What Does Your Husband Do? Copyright, 1921. George Matthew Adam IN EAST DOVER Carlton M. Brown of Wilmington and Miss Marion A. Gould Married in Presence of About 200. (Special to The Reformer.) EAST DOVER, Oct. 31. What was known 'here as a "white" wedding took place in the Baptist church at 8 o'clock hist evening, when Carl ton Madison Brown of Wilmington- and Miss Marion Alice Gould, younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gould of this place, were. married in the pres ence of alwHit 200 relatives and friends. A double ring service was performed by Rev. C O. Dunham, pastor of the church. The four ushers, best man and bridegroom passed down the. right aisle of the church and the other members of the bridel party passed down the left aisle as The Bridal March from Ioneii grin was, played by Miss Leone Turner of Brattleboro. The bride was given n marriage by her father. Her attendants were her sister, Miss Helen Gould, as maid of .honor, and Miss Ruth Hale and Miss Grace Trevairow of East Dover and Miss Milia A. Farnum of Guilford as bridesmaids. Mr. Brown was attended by-, his brother.. Richard Brown of Wil-1 mington. as best man. The nshers were 1 larold Parker and I Iarokl Whitney of Wilmington u ml Leslie 'Turner and War ren La.elle of East Dover, The flower girl was little Ida l)unhra, daughter of Rev. and Mrs. C. O. Dunham. Miss Gould and-her attendants were in white, her dress " being of crepe de chine with silver beadinj?. She also wor a tulle veil and carried a shower bouquet of white roses. . The maid of honor wore canton crepe and carried white carna tions. The three bridesmaids wore or gandie -and carried white carnations. The ilower girl also was dressed in white. Decorations at the church consisted of crysanthemums and evergreen. Iimnexliateiy following the ceremony a reception . was lu-lu in the church chape.l. the bridal couple standing beneath a bell of piuk and green crepe paper. Ice cream ' and cake were served. Guests, were present from Boston. Brattleboro: West Dover, Guilford, New- fane nnd u il mington. Mrs. ' Brown attended the school of Dover and Brattleboro hish school two years and for J he past year has lived at home. Mr. Brown graduated from Wilming ton high school and Albany liusiness college.- He has been employed in J. A. Davis's store in West Dover and recently lnoight the store of Mr. Davis. After the reception Mr. and Mrs. Brown went to heir newly furnished tenement over the store. WANTED Several Men and Boys Apply at office. Millers Falls Co. Brattleboro, Vt. The Smell of Smoke always acts as that there is a a warning fire some- where. But it comes too late for the man without insurance. Don't wait until you smell smoke. Insure now I The Geo. M. Clay Agency General Insurance IS AT YOUR SERVICE FOR SALE Two New Houses Seven rooms, furnace heat, electric lights, slated roof, lot 60x85, in center of town. Must be sold at once. Crystal Springs Ice. Co. NOTICE As I ' have not even a promise of coal to run my steam heaters. 1 am turning over for distribution ny stock of kiln dried squash to Vewitt Grocery' Co., who will sup ply jou while they last. The same price yet. Also try the new special sweet squash. W. N. DUNKLEE South Vernon, Vermont For Sale Good, Winter Top for 1919 Essex Apply- F. I). DUNCAN, North Street W AN TED A elient of ours wishes to buy a small business or an Interest in some business. All interviews or correspondence strictly confidential. Edgett&Co. Pbillip Ericson PLUraiXG AND HEATING 21 Crosby Street Tel. 820-W. GOV. ALLEN BLAMES CATHOLICS AND KLAN Should Be Less Hatred Between Classes of Men America Much Like Ireland. GREAT BEND, Kan.. Oct. ,31. "I think we are not more than, one pistol shot from the condition they are having in blood drenched Ireland today," Gover nor Henry J. Allen declared in a political fpeech here last night. - "I appear in this town and I find men hating each other," he said. "This man being hated because he is a Catholic and this man because he is a Klansman and your community is torn by a thing our fathers gave their lives to get rid of." "You both are to blame. You Catho lics who go out and sav, 'I don't vote for a man that is not a Catholic. I am go ing to put my political activities behind my religionl' "You ought to be ashamed of yourselves. And you men who joined , the klan and say 'here it an order that exists for the protection of white supremacy and- to .save us from the Catholic clfurch ought to be ashamed." Ambition. Infuriated Prof. Sir, you lack ambi tion, incentive and backbone. You are liopelest. Do you know that when Sir Isaac1 Newton was your age be had con tributed two great science books to the world V Impudent Student. Yes. and when George Washington was your age he was President of the United States. Judge. F r-'rlln I The Ring With the Reason "NO-LEAK-O" Oil Sealing Pis ton Rings" control the Oil Elimi nate Carbon and Oil Troubles Wear evenly on the cylinder walls Reduce upkeep ' and oper- atmg expense. Price 50c and up. Sold by ' ., - D. F. Belleville 129 Main Street Public Auto Service Evenings, Saturday Afternoons and Sundays ItUrERT GOODENOUGII Telephone 14-16 James W. Izard CUSTOM TAILOIt ' Room 8 Crosby Block o Is Extensive Enough for a Satisfactory Selection Our Prices quality considered, are lower. Our Service is more satisfactory. We Cannot afford to misrepresent. Yoil JVi 11 be safe if you buy at home. Compare the honest values in our store with the impossible values of ihe "borax houses". Experts in Home Furnishings 11 It BRATTLBB ORO 111 Main TO BAN BIG TRUCKS ON MAINE ROADS Early Order Will Affect Improved High ways To. Protect Roadways When Softened By Thaws. AUGUSTA, Me., Oct. 31. The state highway commission announced yester day that at a meeting last week consult ation was given to the question of closing rate and state aid highways against heavy traffic as soon atter Nov. 15 as conditions may warrant, and it is the in tention of the commission to issue such orders. ' The commission hopes that-all" who have heavy hauling to do will see to get ting the work done at once. It is the opinion ofi the commission that the most damage is done to the road surfaces dur ing tkawing-conditions after a freeze. Of course youth is fleeting, but then so is about everything else that is wortli while. SPECIAL NOTICE Horses For Sale 1 pair, 3,200, 6 and 7 years. 1 pair, 2,700, 6 and 6 years. 1 horse, 1,100, 7 years. 1 horse, 1,300, 6 years. . t 1 horse, 1,300, 8 years. Will sell cheap, or exchange for cattle. These horses are all well broke and in work. P. P. ALBEE Townshend, Vt. YOUR OPPORTUNITY Green Hill Parkway Is Now On the Market HIGH DRY ATTRACTIVE Lots $600 Upwards For particulars see George L. Cassidy, Sales Agent AtBrattleboro Garage ur Assortment VERMONT Street 4 Williams Street Whereyoubo Uhebed McKay Hardware Co. Formerly Telfer & McKay Paints, Oils and Varnishes WAKE UP Get one of our fully guaranteed Alarm Clocks Only 98c Some Timely Tips: Horse Blankets Lanterns Ash Cans Traps i Glass Weather Strips Oil Heaters Axes 110 MAIN STREET Chrysanthemums Are the Seasonable Flower. Step into our store and see 'the display. flepkins the Florist, Inc. PIANO TUNING J. M. Perry, 92 So. Main St. Tel. 111S-YV or 400 A II 2