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THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY REFORMER,' WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 8. 1922.
CLASSIFIED.ADVERTISEMENTS - 5 cents a line first insertion; 24 cents a line each subsequent insertion. Cash in Advance. Minimum Charge, 20 cents. WANTED. WANTED Cook at the Melrose hos- pital. 213-tf WANTED Potatoes. DeWitt Gro- Mrv Co. .03-tt - FOR SALE. FOR SALE Five-room cottage lioue. 0 West St. 213-243 FOR SALE Hard mixed wood. F. E. Gammell. 'Phone 211-12. 203-tf WANTED Maple eyrup. DeWitt Grocery Co. lNs-a WANTED Yellow-eye beans. De- Witt Grocery Co. ' ISS-ti WANTED Farm teamster: no milk ins. G. J. Perkins & Son. Tel. 0-22 tilx-tl WANTED Capable girl for general housework. Address A. B., care lie- fdntiw. U4-tt wNTP.n CAAer a males at Brattle- boro depot Saturdays, 40c. a hundred. Frank L. Wellman. 19S-U WANTED ry high school boy work afternoons and Saturdays. Wri?(Jll0vJ Boy, care Reformer. 214 -lfr WANTED Man by the month for the winter. W. It. Newton, W. Brattle boro, Vt. Tel. 64-5. 21 1-tf WANTED Position as house man; Rood cook; references. Address K. L. Smith. Westminster. Vt. 210-tf WANTED Practically all kinds of soft and hard wood logs. iioiaen Martin Lumber Company. ribtL1 WANTED A second hand Smith American organ. Address Lock Box 1.-. Smith Vprnnn. Miiss. 214-21. WlVTfn Tirirk masons. SI. 25 per "Rrinw tnnla rcaHv for work. Dix i- Ktanles. Snrincfield. Vt. 170-tf n'lVTV.n Wnmmi for mend inn basis at Crosby Elevator. Could turinsii sinau ti.imint if desired. Tel. 104. 214-210 WAVTFn Two men. one to drive team and one as assistant herdsman. Anr.lv "Men," care Reformer. 209-tf WANTED By experienced capable woman, position as nouseKeeper. -i- dress "Capable. - care Jtetormer. wiTF.n AT OXCE -A man for hand turning on wood lathe. Address reply to Box loU, IJennington, t. 21 2-21 1 WANTED Middle-aged man to care for horse and do general work about the place. Dr. Bowen, Brattleboro, Vt. 211-214 WANTED Single man for general farm work, good milker. II. F. Carr, So. Virnoti. Mass. TeL Brattleboro 7-12. 204-tf WANTED 20 experienced stitchers and eirls to learn to make handKerchiets ; also girls to pack and iron. White Man iifnctnrin Co. 190-tf WANTED Middle-aged man for month's general farm work. Mrs. M. K. Ballon, South Newfane. 'Phone Williamsville lot. 210-217 FOR SALE Home-raised turkeys for Thanksgiving. Dressed and delivered at market price. Telephone or write Mrs. C. K. Loomis, Putney. 2 1 4-220. WANTED Two neat appearing young men for specialty sales work. Apply between 6 and 7 p. m. or 9 and 10 a. m. Mr. McVeigh, 8 Putney road. upstairs. 213-214 FOR SALE One first class upright piano in Brattleboro. Must sell at once as do not want to store. Terms reason able. Write to Howard C. Page. New Hampton, N. II. 214-219 FOR SALE Dry rock maple wood. $15 a cord. Tel. 137-M. IStf-tf FOR SALE Two Guernsey heifers. Scott Farm, telephone 227-Y. 210-tf FOR SALE Guernsev heifer calf. n. D. Thayer, West Brattleboro. 207-tf FOR SALE Soft wood slabs. $4.50 a load. Holden & Martin Lumber Co. 19-tf FOR SALE Orders taken for winter apples. Mrs. J. A. Clark, 'phone 15-12. FOR SALE Dry hard wood cut stove length. Brasor & Barber. Tel. 24-M. 208-tf FOR SALE Furniture and ranges, new and second-hand, at J. B. Dunton's. iti-:-tr FOR SALF One 12-foot, extension table, cheap. A. H. Lynde, W. Brattle boro. VJO-tt FOR SALE Parlor coal stove in good condition. Excellent heater. 'Phone 477-W. 212-tf TO RENT. TO RENT Rooms. 7 Linden St. lS2-tf ROOMS TO RENT. 3 Walker Place. 204-215 TO RENT Room, gentleman only. 13 Green St. 209-tf TO RENT Furniture Storage. Call DeWitt Grocery Co. 175-tf TO RENT Three rooms furnished or tinfurnished. Call 617-M. 199-tf TO RENT Excellent garage space for winter storage. 'Phone 185-M. 20S-tf TWO FURNISHED front rooms. Bath and furnace heat. 2 Prospect St. 'Phone 731-M. 200-tf TO RENT Large room, furnished and heated, suitable for one or two ladies. Board if desired. 60 Green St. Tel. 607-1. ' - " " - 214-tf TO RENT Will consider renting new house to responsible party on or about Nov. 15. Address "House," care Jlc former Office. 206-tf WANTED Old Newspapers White River Chair Co; Brattleboro, Vt. WANTED 100 Machine' Operators or men willing to learn Polishing and Buffing. Cleve land & Gridley Automatics, Shaving, Drilling, Facing lathes, Ajax headers, bore ' grinders, internal and external grinding of all descriptions. Tool makers and Machinists. Inspectors and a large variety of general factory work. NO LABOR TROUBLE., Call or write for application. Employment Office The New Departure Manufacturing Co. Bristol, Conn. Help Wanted Wood Workers, Machine Operators and Tenders H. C. White Company North Bennington, Vt. LUMBER WANTED We shall buy practical ly all kinds of soft and hard wood logs this winter and pay good prices. Holden & Martini Lumber Co. FOR SALE Four Eskimo pups. 3 males. 1 female. Priced to sell. Call 433-W. 212-214 FOR SALE Bear-paw popcorn, one year old, 10c. a pound. A. L. Barnes. Vernon. x 210-tf FOR SALE One Savage rifle, one Stevens shot gun. 54 Washington St. Tel. 636-M. 212 217 FOR SALE 1011 Pierce Arrow tour ing cur. Estate of Frederick Ilolbrook, telephone 227-Y. ; 210-tf FOR SALE Two rifles, shot-gun double hammerless and 3S automatic bolt. Tel. 3S8-W. 206-tf FOR SALE Kitchen range,, sewing machine and hall stand. Inquire during day at 22 Grove St. ISS-tf FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE Three cheap horses, cattle or sheep. M. How ard. Orchard St., 'phone 63S-M. 207-tf FOR SALE 12-foot Bellows Falls evaporator, 500 buckets and spouts. L. W. Churchill. So. Londonderry. Vt. 182-tf FOR SALE Hubbard squash $2 per 100 lbs.; $2.50 per 100 lbs. delivered. II. K. Hamilton, 167 Western Ave. 2PS-214 AT PRIVATE SALE this week, braided rugs, dishes, bed clothing and Magee kitchen range. 11 Walnut St. 213-215 FOR SALE Lumber, dimension tim ber, board and shingles. Sawing and planing. B. L. Perry, R. 3, Brattleboro. 04-tf FOR SALE Dry chunk stove wood, maple, walnut, black birch, 14 a cord delivered. D. II. Kelsey, It. 3, Guilford. vt. 'u;-:rju FOR SALE Grocery . and drygoods store and meat market at 316 South Main St., Brattleboro, Vt. Must be sold this week. 212-217 rinv Oiiiiu ihju ruvviug uiaiiime nearly new, , in first class condition, mounted on truck. Inquire of W. P. Earner. Newfane. Vt. 108-tf FOR SALE Kitchen range, washing machine, wooden bedstead and springs, ("all at 10 Canal street, upstairs, in eve ning or at noon. W. II. P.idwell. 214-210 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 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, f in five-pound pails. Par eel post paid by us. Satisfaction guar anteed. Iciverside 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,S7-tf FOR SALE No. 1 onions. 100 lbs., $2; No. 2 onions, 100 lbs.. $1.50. Bald wins, Russets and Tallman Sweets, $4, barrel retained. Call 13-4. K. I. Streeter. Hinsdale, N. II. 212-214 FOR SALE First class driving horse ; bred by Oreen Mountain Boy ; chestnut, stands 15 hands high; 7 vears old; weight alwHit l.OtM) lhs. ; kind dispo sition. Can be seen at 136 South Main St. 213-21S 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 Bid?., Tel. 70S-W. Call evenings. 194-tf LOST. LOST Small cameo pin. Finder please leave nt Reformer Office. 214-216 LOST On Main- street or Elliot street, diamond ring. Reward if returned to Reformer Office. 214-215 CARL F. CAIN MERCHANT TAILOR 159 Main St. . Daily Motor Express Brattleboro-Springfield, Mass. II. A. Burrington Tel. 137-Y PIANO TUNING J. M. Perry, 92 So. Main St Tel. 1118-W or 400 Husband and Wife its .in m,im Mil r n i.ntli ll ii wmiiMiJ M - ) lia Hi lii- ih i'ii ifr ttf ' When I get home from work I always catch my wife gossiping with our neigh bor, Mrs. S. S., through a bedroom win dow A. E. T. What Does Your Wife Do? Copyright, 1921. Georgo Matthew Adams Maybe you think this a funny name to call a sale you wouldn't, though, if you had dusted the articles off as many times as we have and we are going to try to avoid this work in the future by offering them at a price that ought to get 'em out of the store-Some of the articles are not so old hanger-ons but are slow sellers, thedefore the price. Another reason for making a price on these ar ticles and all other goods in my store for two days only is that November 9 marks the Fourth Anni versary of the opening of this store and for that day and day after special prices are offered. i s HERE ARE SOME OF 'EM: Hand Horse Clipper 7.00 $1.00 Autostrop Razors 69d ' Penn Safety Razors 69 Lot of Dog Collars V2 Price Salrite Pencils 75 Lot of Molasses Gates Price Lot of ..Vegetable Slicers lA Price Meat Slicers l2 Price Lot of Feed Bags 25 Lot of Waste Baskets Vz Price Lot of Sliding Door Lock Sets Vz Price Lot of Clark Heaters Vz Price Lot of Bench Hooks Vz Price ; Lot of Flounce. Irons ! . . . 2 Off Underground Garbage Can 1-3 Off at 1-3 Off All Billings & Spencer End Wrenches Lot of Odds and Ends of-Varnish, AH size Cans at 25 Off Lot of slow selling Stanley Planes Vaughan & Bushnell Bit Braces Felt Polishing Heads Wire Polishing Heads A few Embury Lanterns Lot of other items at this discount. Lot' of Paint 20 Gallons of Mill End Paint at $1.50 per gallon gray only a mighty good buy. at 20 Discouut Several assortments of Greenfield Tap-and Die Sets. These are one of the best bargains in the lot better look 'em over if you will need a set within the next few years it will be some time before they will be lower than the regular price, to say nothing of the extra discount offered. at 1 0 Discouut ' All standard goods not mentioned above or not put on the sale table in front of the store with the exception of lead, oil, turpentine and nails anything else deduct 10 per cent during the two days of the sale, Thursday, (November 9, and Friday, November 10. "Shelf Warmers" and goods specially priced will be offered at the prices marked until sold, but the 10 per cent discount applies only the two remaining days this week AND ALL SALES ARE FOR CASH ONLY. "LOOK 'EM OVER 38 Main r RSANM TEL: 38 38 Main McKay Hardware Co. Formerly Telfer A 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 Glass Weather Strips Oil Heaters Axes SPECIAL NOTICES. DRESSMAKING. 10aS-M. C2 Cirge St. Tel. 172-tf CASH TAID for wool at the Richard son Market. 72-tf ' DR. BAIEEY, Chiropodist, 203 Bar ber Block. Tel. 1027-W. 141-tf INFANTS LAYETTES, children's fine spwinjr, knitting and embroidery. TeL r,7X-M. lS?f FOR HELLED CORN AND HOM INY all 211-5 for delivery Tuesdays and Saturdays. E. W. Putnam. 214-tf SANDERS' BEAUTY SHOP. Rootn 1G, Crosby Block. Swedish rcalp and Violet Ray treatments. Tel. 809-1. 140-tf CALL UP 44G-W for your paintins and papering; all work guaranteed. Wall paper. William Shaw, 40 Maple St. 58-tf BUICK AUTO SERVICE, long or short trirs, at reasonable price. Clar ence D. Moon, 10 Frost Flace, 'phone (W4-M. 122-tf MASON WORK, building and cleaning chimneys a specialty. I do out-of-town work. E. J. Cavanaugh, 1S8 Elliot St. 'Phone 200-J. 95-tf BARGAINS IN MAGAZINES- Most favorable terms on single subscriptions or on reduced club rates:"" Send for booklet. Brat tleboro Xewn Co. 1-tf STENOGRAPHER of some years' ex perience would like position at general office work. No objection to typewriting, billing, or detail work. N. Y. Z.. care Reformer Office. v213-21S ALL WOOL KNITTING YARN FOR SALE Direct from manufacturer, J)3c, $1.3.", $1.00 a pound. Postage paid on !s orders. Write ror samples. II. A. Bartlett, Harmony, Maine. 203-2:ii SALESMEN IN EACH CITY and town tlrroushout Vermont to handle household article that sells on sTht. N talking. Meet .1. F. Clarke at the Brooks House Thursday morning. 21 I YOU CAN EARN several hundred dollars between now and Christmas sell ing our Christmas novelties. Handsome sample sent for 2."m'. ; write for particu lars. Huh Trading- Co.. 30 -Court St.. Boston. Mass. 214 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. G. M. Love, Magazine Specialist. South Newfane, Vt. 1-tf Carl A. Mitchell. UNDERTAKER Lady Assistant AUTO SERVICE 180 MAIN STREET Telephone S31-W or 834 K Licensed in Vermont, New Hamp shire and Massachusetts 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. Electric Glow Heaters $8 IF IT IS ELECTRICAL LET CULVER DO IT 78 Main St. Phone 1022 Robert Mitchell PICTURE FRAMING 87 Williams Street. Tbone 1101-M Will call with samples. . Phillip Ericson PLUMBING AND HEATING 24 Crosby Street Tel. 820-W. Carney's Auto Service Cars for, funerals, christenings and wed dings, etc. Careful drivers. Also bag gage and light express. -21 TIIOALS STREET - TEL. 81-K Trusts Are Flexible Leaving your estate in trust does not neces sarily mean tying up the principal. You may provide that the interest be paid to your beneficiary, and also the principaj either in instalments or upon certain happenings, or simply when circumstances require. Our Trust Department accepts and dis charges all sorts of trusteeships, each one de signed to cover its own special requirements. Vermont National Bank SAFETY STRENGTH SERVICE 110 MAIN STREET s I The F armers' Off-Season After the main work of the season is over, the farmer has time to sit back and rest a bit. i ...... At such a period, he will do well to follow the practice of manufacturing concerns in slack sea sons when they take inventories and check up to determine their exabt financial condition. We are always lad to co-operate with our patrons, to help them in every way possible. Brattleboro Trust Company Bratdeboro, Vermont LET us help you to solve your invest ment problems. An interview, or a request for information will cost you nothing and it may benefit you much. Vermont Investment Corporation Room 1, American Building BRATTLEBORO, VERMONT YOUR bank should be your friend, as well as the guardian of your money. A cordial and friendly spirit is a policy of this institution. Our officers are never too busy to talk "".with you whenever you wish to consult them. W mm- 4 . , - P0 i .43 m - Peoples National Bank Brattleboro, Vt. b -'S