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THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY REFORMER; THURSDAY, -NOVEMBER:' 23; -1922.
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS 5 cents a line first insertion; 2J4 cents a line each subsequent Insertion. Cash in Airance. Minimum Charge, SO cents. WANTED. "WANTED Tellow-eve , , beans. pe "Witt Grocery Co. -188-tf WANTED Girls to room and board. 14 Clark St: ' Tel. 139-W. 219-242 "W ANTED Work by - younsr lady. Address "W, care Keformer. WANTED--Situation as companion to an elderly' person. " Thone WANTED Farm teamster; no milk ing. G. J. Perkins & Son. Tel. WANTED Strong boy or man about three hours in forenoon. Home Bakery, TeL 4CV !hlf WANTED Experienced girl for gen eral housework. Mrs. F. A. Thompson. 33 WeBtern Ave. 223-tf WANTED Man to work on farm, to drive yoke of cattle. $2 per day and board.TeI. 314-25; 223-228 WANTED Practically all kinds of noft and hard wood logs. Dolden & Martin Lumber Company. 205-tf WANTED Brick masons, $1.25 per hoor. Bring tools ready for work. Dix & Staples, Springfield, Vt. 170-tf WANTED Single man, good milker and teamster; $40 per month and boardi Brooklands Farms, Walpole, N, L WANTED At once a man for hand turning on wood lathe. Apply to II. T. Cushman Mfg. Co., North Bennington. Vt. 22V231 ""VANTED Choppers to cut 4-foot wood. Will pay $2.50 per cord. E. II. Thomas, West Brattleboro. 'Phone JHl-3 WANTED Housekeeper by man on Fmall farm ; two children, ages 4 and 9. Ij. W. Whitney, West Brattleboro, Vt. Tel. 13-3. 222-226 WANTED 20 experienced stitchers and girls to learn to make handkerchiefs ; also girls to pack and iron. White Man ufacturing Co. l?ihlf WANTED Girl for general house work. Half hour trolley ride from ' Springfield. Mrs. C. S. Ilurlbut, East Longmeadow. Mass. 22(-22 WANTED Position by middle-aged woman for general housework, in small family. Can give references. 'Phone 609-M. 70 High street. 22K-22S WANTED To rent typewriter for use a few weeks ; Underwood or Reming ton Dreferred. State rate of rental in letter addressed to "Typewriter." care, Keformer Office. 224-220 WANTED Women arid girls. 17 years or older, for hand trimming men's, boys and children s straw tiats; easy 10 learn, good pay. Write quick for partic ulars. The Hills Co., Amherst, Mass. 225-230 SPECIAL NOTICES. FOR SALE. FOR SALE Five-room cottage house. 9 West St. . 213-243 FOR SALE Dry wood, $10 a cord. mi wed. Tel. 503-R. ' 224-2X4 IY1H SAT.F T1rl mixed wood. F. EL Gammell, 'Phone 211-12. 203-tf FOR SALE One Ford touring car with starter. Tel. 190-R. 223-228 ".'FOR SALE Two Guernsey heifers. Scott Farm, telephone 227-Y. 210-tf "FOR SALE Soft wood slabs, $4.50 a load. Holden & Martin Lumber Co. 19-tf " FOR SALE Two small typewriter tables. Walter S. Pratt Ins. Agency. 217-tf FOR SALE One kitchen nnr one parlor stove. Tel. 4S9-J, 218 Elliot St. 222-tf FOR SALE A few bu. of Gilfeather turnips, 2c lb. E. W. Putnam, Tel. 211-5. 221-22G FOR SALE Furniture and ranges, new and second-hand, at J. B. Dunton's. 102-tf FOR SALE Bear-paw popcorn, one year old, 10c. a pound. A. L. Barnes, Vernon. 210-tf FOR SALE Hard dry wood, $12 a rd. n. N. Newcomb, Guilford, Vt. 4. ' U. cord Tel. 17-10. FOR SALE One large buffalo ro!e, worth $100, priced to sell. 47 Pine St.. Tel. 2S7-4. 225-220 FOR-SALE One Stewart heater, one air tight stove. Mrs. Thomas Geiss, 1 Brannan St. 224-220 FOR SALE ing car -imi Pieree Arrow tour- Estate of Frederick Uolbrook. telephone 227-Y. 210-tf DRESSMAKING. 62 Birge St. Tel. 1038-M. 172-tf DR. BAILEY, Chiropodist, 208 Bar ber Block. Tel. 1027-W. 141-tf CALL UP 807-11 or 636-M. Express and jobbing. Z. B. Cox. 221-tf INFANT'S LAYETTES, children's fine sewing, knitting and embroidery. Tel. 57S-M. 183-tf PLAIN SEWING. also children's clothes. Write Mrs. C. W. Howe. R. 2, Northfield, Mass., or Tel. 104-2. 225-227 SANDERS BEAUTY SHOP, Room 16, Crosby Block. Swedish scalp and Violet Ray treatments. Tel. 809-1. 140-tf CALL UP 446-W for your painting and papering; all work guaranteed. Wall paper. William Shaw, 46 Maple St. 58-tf BUICK AUTO SERVICE, long or short trips, at reasonable price. Clar ence D. Moon, 10 Frost Place, 'phone 684-M. 122-tf MASON WORK, boildrng and cleaning chimneys a specialty. I do out-of-town work. E. J. Cavanaugh, 1S8 Elliot St. Phone 209-J. 95-tf CHRISTMAS TREES Any size, de livered ; order now. Drop a card to G. R. Atkins, 119 Elliot St. Expressing and jobbing. 218-228 BARGAINS IN MAGAZINES Most favorable terms on single subscriptions or on reduced club rates. Send for booklet. Brattleboro News Co. 1-tf ALL WOOL KNITTING YARN FOR SALE Direct from manufacturer, 95c. tl.35, $1.60 a pound. Postage paid on 3 orders. Write ror samples. II. A Bartlett, Harmony, Maine. 203-232 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 AUTO TOPS AND UPHOLSTERY Tops built and re-covered, limousines trimmed, upholstery repaired, celluloid re-set, slip covers and winter side cur tains made to order. Furniture uphol stered, refinished and repaired. High grade material, best of work at reason able prices. Ernest- L. Clair, 25 Har mony Pla ce, 'phone 431-W. 224-229 HORSES ; EXPRESS LOAD : HORSES A fresh consignment of 30 Iowa horses received Saturday, Nov. IS. Have two pair grays. 2950 and 3000; two pair roan mares, 3200 and 3300; two pair bays, 3250 and 3350; two pair browns, 3200 and 3500; pair fancy sorrels, 3300; balances df load single horses from 1300 to 1700. A horse for any job at attractive price. All horses sold with full guarantee and must be as represented. Guilford & Wood Horse Co., Shelburne Falls, Mass. Tel. 19-3. 223-227 FOR SALE Kitchen range, sewing machine and hall stand. Inquire during day at 22 Grove St. 188-tf FOR SALE Hudson speedster model O, A-l condition. No exchange. Address It, care Reformer Office. . 223-228 PIGS FOR SALE Good ones. Ches ter White. $3.50 to $4 each. John II . Shantz. Williamsville, Vt. 221-220 PRIVATE SALI Household goods, including dark oak chamber suite, good as new. Call at 79 Williams St. 225-228 FOR SALE Lumber, dimension tim ber, board and shingles. Sawing and planing. B. L. Terry, R. 3, Brattleboro. 04-tf FOR SALl One-horse wagon and sled. Would trade for heifer due in early spring. A. II. Gooodenough. West Bra t tleboro. 220-231 FOR SALE Fowls and chickens dressed and delivered ; also a quantity of No. 1 maple syrup. H. L. Millnigton, West Brattleboro. 210-tf FOR SALE Fifty cords good green wood, sawed any length. $12 ; also 40 cords of dry No. 1 wood, $15. G. T. Wil son, 'phone 314-25. 219-tf FOR SALE Eleven-acre woodlot. ? miles from Brattleboro. Now !s the time to prepare for coal shortage this winter. Price low. John E. Smith, Tel. 34-W. 152-tf FOR SALE OR EXCILVNGE One 43-plate condenser and dial, one 250-turn honeycomb coil. Will sell or exchange for 11- and 25-plate condenser. 19 Cha pin Kt. 225-227 FOR SALE Land and ledge property on Hinsdale road. Some standing wood and tim!er. Fifty acres of good growing wood and timber in Marlboro. Crystal Springs I-e C. r-';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 Bed and springs, dressej, commode, stand. ,1 chair, all for $15; several tables, $1 to $5; chairs, 50c. to 2 ; many small articles, such as wood baskets, molding board, etc. May be seen Saturday between 2 and 3 p. m. at the barn on Dr. Lawton's place on Ter race street. 224-tf FURNITURE FOR SALE Iron bed. spring and felt mattress, couch bed and mattress, large oak dresser and commode, oak chiffonier with mirror, oak table 23 x 23 inches, small oak rocker, oak hairs, walnut desk, kitchen table 29 x 48 inches, oil heater, reed hamper, carpet sweeper, wash tub, wringer, board, elec tric iron, etc. Please call afternoons and evenings this week. A. S. Warren. 32 Crosby block. 224-225-tf TO RENT. FURWORK Mrs. Nilsen of Keene, N. II., will be at Mr. Mitchell's parlors, 180 Main St., Nov. 25, from 9 to 4 o'clock. Come in and set estimates on re modelling old furs. LUMBER WANTED WeTshall buypractical ly all kinds of soft and hard wood logs this winter and pay good prices. Holden & Martin Lumber Co. ADVERTISI REr)RMEK TO RENT Rooin, 4 Union St. Tel. 1107-X. 224-220 TO RENT Rooms at 10 Linden St. Tel. 1037. 217-tf TO RENT Apartment, all furnished. Tel. C17-M. 220-tf TO RENT Furnished front room. 37 Harris Place. 224-22! 0 TO RENT Furniture Storage. Call DeWitt Grocery Co. 175-tf TO RENT Tenement ofi rooms, up stairs. Inquire 321-M. 224-tf TO RENT Two rooms at reasonable price; men only. 104 Canal St. 225-238 TO RENT Seven-room cottage house at 22 Laurel St. C. B. Crugcr, Brattle boro Water Works Co. 220-tf LOST. LOST Robe in front of my office on Elliot St. ' Finder please return to Dr. Hunter. 22( J LOST On night of Nov. 38, a large white hound, answers to name of Star. A. E. Holton, Northfield, Mass. Tel. 101. 224-228 LOST Between Hinsdale and West Swanzey, Tuesday morning, fur coat. Finder please notify E. V. Morse. 130 So. Main St. and receive reward. 220-tf WANTED 100 Machine Operators Or Men Willing to Learn Bore Grinding. Internal and External Grinding of all description; Polishing and Hulling; Cleveland and Gridley Au ; tomatics; Shaving. Drilling, Facing ! Lathes; Ajax Headers and a large va riety or general factory work. NO LABOR TROUBLE. Call or write for application. NEW DEPARTURE MFG. CO. Bristol. Conn. "Out of Adversity" Readjustment periods weed put the un prepared and reward those who provide for contingencies. Life insurance is practical prevision. Consult us. Na tional Life Ins. Co., of Vt. (Mutual.) F. C. DINES. Special Agent. Brattleboro Vt. Public Auto Service Evenings, Saturday Afternoon and Sundays RUPERT GOODENOUGH " Telephone 14-18 r FOR KITCHTN OR NURSERY A new lot just received one lot is made up in light blue and would look good anywhere. MY OFFER On Friday and Saturday of this week to every per son buying one of these scales, any model, we will give free a Speare Vacuum Mixer, retail value 95 cents and worth it. If you had rather have a regular Egg Beater take your pick of any in the store. HERE'S ANOTHER I have just bought at a special price a lot of genuine Evereary two cell Searchlight that re tails regularly for $2.65 without the battery. On Friday and Saturday of this week we will sell you one of these, equipped with a fresh Eveready battery, for $1.G9. This is not a cut price offer I simply had an opportunity to buy this lot at a price and I'm simply passing the opportunity along. Look both the above items over they are on display in my window and remember these items are fresh, clean stock. 38 Main TEL. 38 38 Main Thanksgiving Special Sale Ya sack of Tea Table Bread Flour Y& sack of Snowflake , Pastry Flour Both For $2 Try Our Favorite Dairy Ra tion at $41.00 per ton We have a full line of . Pratt's Poultry and Animal Remedies Also Kow Kare and Bag Balm. Carl A. Mitchell UNDERTAKER Lady Assistant AUTO SERVICE 180 MAIN STREET Telephone 834-W or 834-R Licensed In Vermont. New Hamp shire and Massachusetts DR. FOOTE, DENTIST IS NOW AT THE FRIXCESS HOTEL Plates, Fillings, Bridge Work, etc. I Extract Teeth Without Pain Low Trices Consultation Free Robert Mitchell PICTURE FRAMING 87 Williams Street. Phone 1101-M Will call with samples. PIANO TUNING J. M. Perry, 92 So. Main St. TeL 111S-W or 4(K When In Need of a Taxi CALL CARNEY'S AUTO SERVICE Phone C81-R. Daily Motor Express Brattleboro-Springfield, Mass II. A. Burrington TeL 137-Y James W. Izard CUSTOM TAILOR Room 8 Crosby Block CARL F. CAIN MERCILYNT TAILOR 150 Main St SUBSCRIBE FOR THE REFORMER Your copy of the Park and Pollard's 1923 Poultry Year Book is now ready at this store. Brattleboro Grain Co. 125 ELLIOT STREET Phone 927 r Good "Used Cars Packard Twin-Six 7-Passen-ger Touring $1950 Reconditioned and Repainted Demonstrator Packard Twin-Six 4-Passen-ger Coupe $1500 Packard Twin-Six 1-25 5 Passenger Touring. . $375 Equipped with winter top Packard 3-38 5-Passenger Touring $400 Cadillac 59 5-P assenger Sedan $2100 Cadillac 57 7-P assenger Sedan ; $1700 Cadillac 51 4-Passenger Roadster $300 W i n t o n 1920 7-Passenger Touring $1000 Chandler 1920 7-Passenger Touring ...... $550 Call, Write or Phone Packard Motor Car Co. 721 State St., Springfield. Mass. Thone Walnut 2580 TeL 411-W 75 Elliot Street Phillip Ericson PLUMBING AND HEATING 24 Crosby Street Tel. , 820-W- i McKay Hardware Co. Formerly Teller A MtXay Paints, Oils and Varnishes, Contractors and Builders Our Car of Niagara Neat Cement PLASTER Has Arrived Place your order with us and get a superior quality plaster. $22 Per Ton 110 MAIN STREET VERMONT NEWS? Richard O. Thomas of Poultney, 50, a quarryman, fell, from the bridge into the Hampton "river near his homo Tuesday night and was drowned. The state-fish' and game department was moved today to the quarters it will occupy in the Fifield house during the legislative session. The highway depart ment and forestry department have al ready moved and probably one other will follow. Chester M. Devarney of St. Albans is not expected to live fallowing an opera tion for injuries received in a collision between his motorcycle and an automo bile bvE. A. Uuerin. Mr. Devarney re ceived injuries to his spine which Caused him to lose the use of his limbs. Tieon Muzzey, after escaping from the custody of the Windsor jvoliee chief, evaded" the police of three towns for nine hours and was captured Tuesday with '. the aid of a Pelgian dog employed by Chief Smith of Claremont. N. IT Muz zey, a paroled prisoner from the Vermont 1 prison, broke away from the Vermont officer, clearing a piazza in a l.Vfoot leap i to ground. He was under arrest on a grand larceny charge. After being trailed for .") miles. Muzzey took refuge in a swamp where the dos? cornered him and the refugee surrendered. ATHENS. A. M. Jones of Fall River, Mass., is visiting his sister, Mrs. Harry liemis. T. (. Louis of Springfield. Mass., spent the week-end at Eugene Pemiss. Mrs. E. L. Torrev returned Friday from a two weeks' trip to Troy, N. Y., and vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. William McClenniug of East Westmoreland, N. II.. have been visiting in the home of their daughter, Mrs. Susan 'Smith- "None Better Made Post's Ice Cream French and American Ice Cream always on hand; wholesale or re tail. Fancy forms, etc, made to order and delivered. CHARLOTTE RUSSE Fresh Every Day Lunch Served at Noon. HERBERT E. POST Husband find Wife My wife manages" to get hold of every pencil I lay out of my hand. George R. What Does Vour Wife Do? Copyright. 1921. George Matthew Adams 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 AUCTION OF North Dakota Farm Bureau Horses AT COLD RIVER STOCK YARDS, N. II. One , Mile South of Bellows Falls, Vt. Saturday, November At 1 O'clock 28 Horses 28 These horses are farm horses, weigh ing from 1200 to 1C00 pounds. SeveraJ matched pairs and are consigned by 15 members of "the Cass Co., N. D., Farm Rureau to the NORTH DAKOTA CO-OPERATIVE HOUSE MARKETING ASS'N Of the North Dakota Farm Bureau This is n direct marketing moment and is designed to give the Eastern dealer and user the same advantage as the western speculator that ships to Chica go or St, Louis markets. The horses will be in Friday morning. Nov. 24. and can be seen any time. Saturday forenoon, commencing at 10 o'clock, the horses will be hitched and worked to the satisfaction of all present. EVERY HORSE SOLD UNDER A POSITIVE GUARANTEE NO. HORSES SOLD AT RETAIL ALL SOLD ON AUCTION DAY OF SALE ED. S. DE LANCEY Mgr. North Dakota Co-operative Horse Marketing Ass'n. E. M. Granger. Jr., Auctioneer, Thompsonville. Conn. The Best Form of Sweets x is HONEY. In fact, all doc tors and physicians who have made a study of honey, as compared with sugar and syrups, strongly - recom mend its use. Comb Honey, " 15c to 35c section Half pound, in glass. . . . 20c Pound, in glass...:.... 35c 1 y2 pounds, in glass.... 50c Three pounds, in glass, 95c 2-pound tins 80c 3-pound tins 95c 5- pound tins ...... $1.40 6- pound tins ..... . . . $1.65 10-pound tins ....... $2.50 12-pound tins ..,.....$3.00 On sale at all grocery stores or direct from Robert G. Coombs Brattleboro, Vt. Phone 633-M We own, have ready J or immediate delivery, and offer subject to prior sale LOAN NO. 10852, to J. I. LIBERTY. LAND INVESTMENT ' COMPANY, a corporation s" $35,000 First Mortgage 612 Gold Bonds consisting of 49 bonds of $500 and $1000 denominations. . Dated Oct. 17, 1923. Interest payable May 1 and Nov. 1 by coupons. Due serially as listed below. ': Secured by 1267 acres of farm land, located 1-4 mile from Sipple on the Chicago. Milwaukee & St. Paul Railroad, in Judith Basin Coun ty, Montana. All fenced and cultivated, except 167 acres used for pas-., ture. Ten thousand six hundred bushels of wheat, 7000 bushels of oats, , and 250 tons of hay crown on 990 acres this year. Buildings ample and in good condition. Owners now have. 30 horses and 80 cattle and ex pect to increase their livestock holdings in the near future. They value the land alone at SSO per acre, or $101,360. Our valuation is $81,600 for the land and $300O for the buildings. Farm' is managed by the vice president and manager of the corporation who is the largest individual stockholder and a practical farmer, devoting his entire time to the property. . - ; BOND MATURITIES 1 $1000, due Nov. 1, 1925 Nos. 11. 12, 13, 14, 15 and 16, No. No. 2, $1000, due Nov. 1, 1926 No. 3, $1000, due Nov. 1, 1927 No. 4, $1000, due Nov. 1, 1927 No. 5, $1000, due Nov. 1, 1928 No. 6, $1000, due Nov. 1, 1928 No. 7, $ 500, due Nov. 1, 1928 No. 8, $1000, due Nov. 1, 1929 No. 9, $10OO, due Nov. 1, 1929 No. 10, $ 500, due Nov. 1, 1929 $500 each, due Nov. 1. 1930 Nos. 17. 18 and 19, $1000 each, due Nov. 1, 1931 Nos. 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31. 32. 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38 and 39, $500 each, due Nov. 1, 1932 Nos. 40, 41, 42, 43, 44, 45, 46, 47, 48 and 49, $1000 each, due Nov. 1, 1932 Price: Par and accrued interest from Nov. 1, 1922, yielding 61 We recommend these bonds as a safe and desirable investment. Complete application and report on request. Vermont Loan and Trust Company SPOKANE,' Wash. SALEM, Ore. LEWISTOWN, Mont. -- BRATTLEBORO, VT. Established 1886. F. B. PUTNAM, Sales MGR. The same high-grade investments we have sold for thirty-six years without loss to any investor. The above information is official or obtained from sources we believe to be correct but is not guaranteed. With Interest 99 Thanksgiving, November 1 922 in km - It requires no in vestment on your part to get "with inter est." Write, telephone or call at this bank and ask to have the magazine sent regularly without the slightest obligation. It never fails to have some feature of local in terest. In the Thanksgiv ing issue, out today, you are introduced to Mr. William Brattle. Jr.. entertained and inspired by an interview with the venerable Judge Tyler, and instructed in the third of our series of les ions on "How to Head a Bank Statement." The Vermont National Bank Tel. 901 . Perpetual Service S YOUR EXECUTOR and -f Trustee, tnis institution i - will always be ready to carry out the' wishes expressed in your wilL It is never inca pacitated by sickness or death, and its work goes on from one generation to another. ' One of out officers trill be glad to dis cuss this subject with you at any time ' and to explain just how you can arrange to have us serve as your executor Peoples National Bank Brattleboro, Vt. Teeth Teeth Teeth Dr. Fred F. Bickell, the New Method . Dentist, wishes to announce to the citizens of Brattleboro that for a short time he will make his Best $25 Set of Teeth for $15 These teeth are the same quality teeth that den tists charjre $35 to $50 a set and guaranteed. Teeth Extracted Without Pain , Only one visit to his office is necessary to be fitted by his new method. Gold Crowns and Bridgework. For appointment call phone Walnut 382, or write 25 iears Experience. lie I ere noes, some oi Brattleboro's leading citizens. Patients desiring teeth same day should leave on 5 a. tn. train. Return 3.35 from Springfield. DR. FRED F. BICKELL The New Method Dentist 115 State St. Pfcone Walnut 382 SPREVOFIELD, MASS. l