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THE BRATTLEBORO DAIEY REFORMER. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 271 1922.
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS 5 cents a line first insertion; 2Va cents a line each subsequent insertion. ' Cash in Advance, Minimum Charge, 20 cents. WANTED. WANTED Good teamster. Frank Underwood. West Chesterfield. 253-207 WANTED Good two-horse teamster at once. Bos 105, Townshend, Vt. 240-tf WANTED Washings to do at home. Called for and delivered. Tel. 024-.T. , . 252-257 WANTED An experienced cok and woman to assist in kitchen. 44 High St. ' 217-tf WANTED An experienced cxk and woman to assist in kitchen. 44 IIishSt. 247-tf WANTED Girl work. Inquire 14 G49-M. for general house Prospect St. Tel. 250-tf WANTED-Pair of Flemish Giant rabbits. J. J. Harris, Black Jit. Koad. Tel. 312-15. 249-tf WANTED Practically all kinds of soft and hard wood logs. Ilolden & Martin T.nmher Company. 205-tf WANTED Brick masons. $1.2 per Dix honr. Bring tools ready for work. A- KtaiVIps. Knrincfield. Vt. 1" 70-tf WANTED Portable saw mill help and contractors to cut logs. W. C Cong don, Argyle, X. Y. 'Phone 21 FW. WANTED Two teamsters and a loader at once. Blanchard. Gates & boro 78-0. .i-t WANTED A neat, reliable woman as housekeeper in my family of four per sons. Stephen T. K. Davenport, . Hope St., Greenfield, Mass. 253-tf WANTED Right away, neat appear inir men in a well4:nown business where pay is good, advancement rapid. Must I furnish good reterence. can iir mt. Meader, 80 Clark St.. lr- WANTED All kinds of live poultry. Will pay top-notch prices. Let us know and we'll send our truck. J. Small & Sons, 00 Cochran St., C hit-once Falls. Mass. Tel. Chicopee 293-M. 227-tf SPECIAL NOTICES. DRESSMAKING. 103S-M. 02 Birge St. Tel. 172-U: DR. BAILEY, Chiropodist her Block. Tel. 1027-W. 208 Bar-141-tf INFANTS' LAYETTES, children's fine sewing, knitting and embroidery. Tel. 57S-M. 183-tf SANDERS' BEAUTY SHOP, Room 10 tVftNhv Block. Swedish scaln and Violet Ray treatments. Tel. 800-1. 140-tf CALL UP 440-W for your painting and papering; all work guaranteed. Wall paper. William Shaw. 40 Maple St. 58-tf MASON WORK, building and clean ing chimneys a specialty. I do out-of-town work. E. J, Cavanaugh, 18S Elliot St. 'Phone 2O0-J. 05-tf PLEASANT, profitable, permanent business opportunity for reliable repre sentatives. Write. The Knight. P. O. box ,sr, Ilutland, Vt. 2ot-2(J3 BABGAINS IN MAGAZINES -Most favorable terms on single subseriptions or on reduced club rates. Send for book let. Brattleboro News Co. 1-tf AUTOMOBILE STORAGE. Automo biles placed in dry storehouse and cared for during winter. $1 per week, dead storage. John Er Smith & Co. 210-2(k) ALL WOOL --KNITTING YABN for )f.le, direct from manufacturer at lro.. $1.3. and $1.G0 a pound. I'ostage paid on ?3 orders. Write for samples. II. A. Bartlett. Harmonv, Maine. 2-"l-22 HONEY Buckwheat and Clover in C-pound pails .$1 a pail postpaid : a sen sible Christmas gift, guaranteed absolutely- pure and satisfactory. Also bee keeper supplies. Biverside Bee Yards, Scotia, N. Y. 244-202 MAZAZINES AT LOWEST PRICES Write me about what magazines you want for the coming year. I can ,'et them for you at money saving prices. Mrs. G. M. Love, Magazine Specialist. South Newfane, Vt. 1-tf LOST. LOST K. Haus. of C. watch charm. II. P. 25l-tf LOST Narrow care Reformer. brown coat belt. "P.." 251 LOST Monday on Main or Canal Sts., Weed tire chain. Paul Estey. 243-1 f LOST Weed tire chain for 34x4 tire with 2 or 3 links added. Reward if returned to Dr. W. J. Kaine, 5!) Main St. ?-251 LOST Sunday, small purse at corner of Green and Church streets. Finder please return to 30 Green street down stairs and receive reward. 251 James VV. Izard CUSTOM TAILOR Room 8 Crosby Block G. W. Cusbman Second-Hand Goods 70 Flat Street 'Phone 394 Furnished Rooms Some For Light House keeping J. E. BUSHNELL 9t Elliot Street Ask yourself this7 question How much income would my present e-s tate yield -my family after ' paying debts and taxes? If the answer is unsatisfac tory, buy income insurain-e to supply ihe deficit. Consult us. National Life Ins. ,Co. of Vt. (Mutual.) F. C. DINES, Special Agent. Brattleboro Vt. LUMBER WANTED 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 Second riage. Tel. 2S7-K. hand baby car-244-tf FOIl SAEE Hard mixed wood. F. E. Gammell, 'Phone 211-12. 203-tf "FOR SATR Soft wood slabs. $4.50 a load. Holden & Martin Lumber Co. 10-tf FCUi SALE A nice driving Inquire 40 Maple St. Tel. 440-W horse. 23.1-tf FOU SALE Small second h:ind cook stove. 4 ; I lark r. mono i..-j. FOR SALE One light or.e-horse traverse sleigh. Rockwell & Sherwin. 250-255 TYiT! VTpZirFiirnitnrft nml ranses. new and second-hand, at J.' B. Dunton's. FOR SALE Quantity of No. 1 maple -.! i. "IT ... . t-' syrup. 11. Xu. .uimngion, cm uiaiur horo. 252-tf FOR SALE Hard dry wood, $12 a cord. II. N. Newcomb, Guilford, Vt. Tel. JTG. 215-tf FOR SALE Dodge touring car. rail road watch, wrist watches. C. L. Howe. 117 Main St. 240-tf FOR SALE One pair work horses, weight 2S00. Frank Underwood. Ches terfield, N. IL 247-25H FOR SALE Dry hard wo.mI under cover. C. M. Burn ham. West Chester fold. N. II. Tel. 70-0. 2s-tt rcu! MAT .V, Kirr-hpn range, sewing Inquire during ISS-tf dav at 22 Grove inn7 ...... v ... -- St. FOR SALE Hard wood and timber on the stump, one cord or more. F. E. Gammell. 'Phone 211.12. 230-1 f FOR SALE S-.-ond-hand buJlalo coat : two second-hand dress suits, size about 40. Carl F. Cain. Tailor. 240-tf K?U SALE Lumber, dimension tim ber, board and shingles. Sawing and planing. B. Ii. Perry, No. 3, Brattleboro. 04-tf FOR S ALE-1Tideai Christinas-gift, Scotch Collie puppies, at special Christ mns nrices. D. W. Allen. Newfane. Tel. 24-13. ?lilt! FOR SALT" Potatoes: car No. 1 Maine potatoes on traek at Brattleboro Friday and Saturday, Dec. 21) and ..(., A. Ward. FOR SALE Fifty cords good green wood, sawed any length. $V2; also 4'i mrds of drv No. 1 wood. 815. G. T. Wilson. 'Phone :m-2.-. 210-tf ! FOR SALE Three good yearling KMMMb. horses, single or double,: one top spring sleigh. 2 good single se:it sb-iirhs, one two-seated top rig. 'l'hone Si2i. Newfane. 2-'-'.! FOR SALE One two-year-old regis tered Berkshire boar, extra nice individ- ual. to eo at a sacrifice; also 25 White; Wyandotte pullets, $1.25 each. I. 11. 2 43-t f from Wright, let. Io-J. FOR SALE Ayrshire milk state and federal tested herd special ized for babies and sick (free samples for babies). Delivery daily. F. E. Gam-r.iT-ll. 'Phone 211-12. . 203-tf TO RENT. TO RENT Tel. 1037. TO RENT Tel. 1107-X. -Rooms at 10 Linden St. 217-tf -Room, 4 Union street. 237-tf TO RENT Four 230 Elliot street. rooms. tbird lloor.l 247;t TO RENT Furniture storage, DeWitt Grocery Co. Call 175-tf TO RENT A nice tenement on West- ern avenu: Sfowe. West BratUeboro. F. D. E. 251 -tf TO I i E N T Foil r-roo m tenement, Modern improvements. Cm 11 COG-R. Adults omy. 24(-tf TO RENT Tliree f urnisl,etJ robins for lisiit housekeeping, adults 4nly. 11 Green St. -tf n.O RENT One 4-room apartment, not furnished one apartment fur- liished. Tt ;17-M !4ii tf TO R 1 'NT Furnished rooms with U'-ard. central location, reasonable rates. .1. C.. rare Reformer. 252-25t TO RENT Modern five-room tene ment. 4n Western Ave., for small family ofjidults. A. II. Go-.dalc. 253 25D FOR RENT A four-room tenement furnished. Rent reasonable to right partv. On car line and only a few min utes' walk to Main St Write "K. E. II. Reformer Otfice. 2 17-253 Robert Mitchell PICTURE FRAMING Williams Street. 'Phone 1101 -M Will Call With Samples FOR COUNTRY HEAL ESTATE r of every description see Leland"s Weekly Bargain Bulletin. Copy free. A limited amount of territory open for local agents upon a commission basis. Write for application blank.. Our selling accent for this section is D. V. Allen. Newfane. Tel. 21-1C. Dept. 21. P. F. LELAND, Established Broker in Country Real Estate, Old South Bldg., Boston 0, Mass. The Smeil of Smoke always acts as a warning that there is a fire some where. But it comes too late for the man without insurance. Don't wait until you smell smoke. Insure now! The Geo, M. Clay Agency General Insurance IS AT YOUR SERVICE 1. ., r T ii " i.A NEW Eveready Flash- ' light Batteries . live, powerful and long lasting all shapes and sizes to fit all types and makes of flashlights. Eveready batteries are backed by a specific guarantee, and we test each one before you pay for it. No matter what type of flash light you have it will be better ' with any Eveready battery. CHAS. F- SYIAriM 88 Main TEL. SS 88 Slain Carl A. Mitchell UNDERTAKER Lady Assistant ATTTO SERVICE . 180 MAIN STREET Telephone 834-W or 834-R Licensed in Vermont, New Hamp shire and Massachusetts Today Is Your Time to get insurance experts. from insurance IF sicli you see a doctor, in ease or lawsuit you go to a lawyer. Consider insurance in the same way. Your Insurance Policy if properly drawn is a promise to pay null and void if carelessly inade up. This agency Issues policies that you can rely on. II. E. Taylor & Son Insurance Yon Can Depend On Brattleboro, Vt. Garbage Collection Any resident of Brattleboro village whose garbage is not being satisfactorily collected and wi siring 'collection mnde, should notify Mr. C. M. Tubbs, Putney Road. Tel. 311-4. Only garbage consist ing of animal and vegetable matter, free from glass, tin, ashes, etc., will be col lected, and all garbage' subject to collec tion should be contained in a reasonable cov e re d r ecep t a c I e. W. II, PERRY, Village Clerk, Per order Commissioners. BROOKS HOUSE G. I?. Sherman Manager Brattleboro-Springfield Daily Except Saturday II A. BURRINCTON. Tel. 137-Y Husband and Wife My husband uses my best lace covered pillow, which is only for show, when he takes a nap on me lounge. .uargie. What Does Your Husband Io? Copyright. 1921. Georgo Mattiew Adaasi WEST CHESTERFIELD, N. II. William Cleesr of " Springfield. Mass., is visiting hin mother, Mrs. Nellie Clegg. Mrs. ('. E. Snow has not been as veil the past week and has a nurse to care for her. W. E. Davis and family and Harry Snow spent Christinas in Brattleboro at Paul Cobb's. Mrs. Elvira Davis has returned from Brattleboro and is spending the winter at her home. , Miss Emma Hutching is at her home for the holidays from her school in Shutesbury. Mass. Miss Beuluh C-olburn of Northampton is spending a few days at the home of her father, N. (i. Colburn. Mr. and .Mrs. S. h. "Ware of Brattleboro spent Sunday there. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Emerson enter tained a nartv of younjr people in the neighborhood Monday evening. Ke- freslunents of cstke and candies were served. Appropriate Christmas exercises were civen bv the school ciuiuren last r rmay evening under the direction of Miss Alice l'iiwpton, teacher. Presents from two trees were distributed. Fred Emerson acted as Santa Clans. Louis Chickering and Miss Ida Ben nett were married at Spofford." Dec. 24, bv Kev. Clarence iavace. Botli are nooular members of the Grange. Mrs Ouickering is primary teacher in Spof- ford. Mr. Chickering is employed at I "Wyiuan'.s camp in Chesham, where tuey will live alter two weeks vacation Twenty of the Community Helpers club enjoyed a-strawride to the home of Dana Wilder Sunday evening, wiiere thev held a meeting. The subject was, Christmas. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Seney were leaders. Christmas-carols were Miuff. The b.v-laws of the Community Helpers cIuIk were read and adontel. Next Sunday evening the meeting will be at Mabel Brown's. The following students are at home for the holidays : Elsie Chickering and rthur Welcome from New Hampshire State college. Marion Web-ome from Mid- dleburv college, ami the Brattleboro high school students are Laving a two weeks' vacation. Marjorie Emerson re- mined to Brattleboro Wednesday inorn- insr after Hendinz a few days at home. I-iconard L. Pierce, "-Indent at Bay Path Institute in Snrinuticld. Mass., is visit ing his sister. Mrs. CI ess Davis. Mrs. Louis Davis of -Brattleboro ul-o spent Christmas there. There were several Christmas gather- inns in town, including: Frank uichard- son and family of Brattleboro. Merle Cobleizh and fam.lv and Marshal Farr at I J corse CobU-izh's : Herman Chicker ing and family of Keeue. and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Chickering at Curtis Chiek eriug's: Mr. find Mrs. Burton Johnson. Mrs. Jennie Davenport, Peter Reando and Bertha Amidou of Brattleboro at Fred DaveniK.rt's t. E. Fountain and familv of I h'.uiiiierstoii and Ray Simonds and family of ..Brattleboro at . O. Davis's: Ada Bothwell and Mr. Olm stead of Northampton and Mrs. Addie Bolliwcirs:' Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stoddard at Chester Buraham's; Clifford Chicker- imr and family and L.vle Ciiickeving niei fainilv at M. H. Cliickering's. LONDONDERUY. Mrs. Stella Bryant's daughter of Am sterdam. N. Y., came Monday night. Miss Evelvn Wade was home from New York for Christmas. - Mrs. Verne Spark of Spriujll -Jas at Mrs. Ella l'avne s the last ot the week. Albert Schroede. who has been in New York several weeks, came home Satur day. A Christmas tree and entertainment by the children was held at Union hall Friday evening, ail the chiluren received a box of candy ana t lie old people, a nox, Rupert Williams of To-.vnshend. Ramon Fobes f Burlington, Winthrop Bacon of Moutn llermon, and Clara Marden of Manchester are home for t!i holiday vacation. Cautious Needad. An obi darky called Uncle Eb made his livinc by doing odd jobs. He could neit'ier read nor write, and had the reputation of being extremely cnu tious in ll Ids business dealings. One dnv be was employed by Mr. C. to do some work about his place, and when the worii was finished Mr. C. banded him his mom-y.. As Uncle Eb took the money lie said: "Mr. C, would yo' mind givin' me a receipt fo" dis money?' Mr. C indulgently wrote: 'T have this day paid Uncle Eb two dollars," dated and signed it. The old darky watched birr, careailly, and as be took the receipt said: "Mr C. is yo' sure dis am yo' own hanJwritin'?" San Francisco Argonaut. The itrategy of Clothes. I've just heen cliucklinjj over this absurd quest -on- "Why do women al ways choose the wrony: .bars?" Evident ly the inquirer is a very yovng man, and unmarried, or else he wcr.M know. Women invariably choose s hat that doesn't suit the dress thej-Vra wearing, so that in a day or so they can com plain that they haven't a dress that will go with their new hat. When they buy the dress, they naturally pet one that is ir. advance of the hat, and in a lev r.i-.re days they raise lamenta tions to heaven that they haven't a hat to go with the pew rcss and so. as thr P'ot says, ad Infinitum. If we didn't do this, the mere man would never b-.y us any clothes at all. "Emimeli-.a" in London Opinion. Card of Thanks. We desire to express our sincere appre ciation of 'the "sympathy and kindness of friends and neighbors in our bereave ment. Mattie L. Laffond, Ada M. McDonald, John H. Smith, Guy N. Smith, G. Milan Smith. " Hinsdale, N. II.. Dec. 27, 1022. Perry G. Dawlcy, Jr. Public Stenographer and '-Bookkeeper. Evtra Time. Room 7. American Bldg. Tel. 520 PIANO TUNING J. M. Perry, 92 So. Main St. Tel. lltS-W or 4H When In Need of a Taxi call CARNEY'S AUTO SERVICE 'Phone 6S1-K CARL F. CAIN MERCHANT TAILOR 159 Main St. McKay Hardware Co. P.irNTS, OILS AND VARNISHES We Carry a Full Line of Pratt's Poultry Remedies You can increase your egg production by using Pratt's Poultry Regulator. Disinfect and brighten the l.pT.limi,p with Carhola HeilllOUfee VV1U1 Vaiuuia 110 MAIN STREET NOTICE. To the Shareholders of the Peoples Na' tional Bank of Brattiebo"-o, ermont: You are hereby notified that a meeting 1 of the shareholders of the Peoples Na- tional Bank will be held at the bankfng I room of paid bank in Brattleboro, Ver- mont, on triday, ueeeiaoer xvz, ai 10.30 o'clock A. M. The business to come Dei ore me meet ing will be as follows : 1. To eee if the shareholders -will vote to consolidate the Peoples National Bank of Brattlebjyo with the Ver mont National Bank of Brattleboro. under and by virtue of an Act of Congress of the United States en titled "An Act to provide for the consolidation of national banking associations," approved on the 7th day of November, 1918. 2. If the shareholders vote to consoli date said banks, to see if the share holders will ratify and confirm an Agreement of consolidation entered into by the respective Boards of Di rectors of said banks. 3. To transact euch other business as may lawfully Come before 6uch meet ing. Dated at Brattleboro, Vermont, this 1st day of December, 1022. C. L. STICKNEY, Cashier, Peoples National Bank. J. (1. ESTEY, E. L. HILDRETn, t;. L. DUNHAM, P. B. PUTNAM, W. F. ROBERTSON, L. S. EDWARDS. W. IL RICHARDSON:, J. A. MUZZY, D. C. CULVER, J. N. HARVEY, y. 11. PKOCTOR, Directors of Peoples National Bank of Brattleboro. NOTICE. To the Shareholders of the Vermont Na tional Bank of Brattleboro, Vermont : You are hereby notified that a meeting of the f-ha re holders of the Vermont Na1 tional Bank of Brattleboro will be held at the banking room of said Bank in Brattleboro, Vermont, on Friday, Decem ber 2D, PJ22, at 10.30 o'clock A. M.. The business to come before the meet ing will be as follows: 1. To see if the shareholders will vote to consolidate the Vermont National Bank of Brattleboro with the Peo ples National Bank of Brattleboro, under and by virtue of an Act of Congress of the United States en titled "An Act to provide for-the consolidation of national banking associations," approved on the 7th day of November, 1918. 2. If the shareholders vote to consoli date said banks, to see if the share holders will ratify and confirm an agreement of consolidation entered into by the respective Boards of.Di- rectors of said banks. 3. To transact such other business as may lawfully come before each meet ing- . Dated at Brattleboro. Vermont, this 1st uay or ueeenmer, WrSZ. CHAS. G. STAPLES, Cashier, Vermont National Bank S. E. LAWTON, A. A. DUNKLEE. J. M. TYLER, O. C. ROBERTSON, F. It. V AUG HAN, M. C. HOUGHTON, ' W. E. STELLMAN, A. L. MAYNARD, CHAS. G. STAPLES, II. R. BROWN, Directors of the Vermont Na tional Bank of Brattlenoro. NEGLECT is respon sible for more than 50 per cenf of your motor trouble. . Mr. Electro-serve HAVE YOUR MO TORS and equipment inspected and repaired. We buy and sell new and used motors and transformers. ; i2 Tel. 580-W?V sn. JOIN OUR Christinas Chib ' J AND; SAVE a little every week a few pennies a nickel dime or , more (Small amounts you can easily spare without in convenience). , Deposdt them weekly and see them grow into dollars Yes, a pile of dollars, and Get a Check JUST BEFORE CHRISTMAS FOR EVERY CENT YOU HAVE SAVED PLUS INTEREST Everybody Old and Young Children and Babies Are Invited to'Become Members You will have money for presents and other expenses, and it will come so easy it will be just like finding it. Don't miss it enroll at once. Let every one in the family join. Vermont National Bank SAFETY STRENGTH Resolve to Invest Few Gents Among your many good resolutions for the New Year, resolve to stop taking chances on leaving your valuable papers, stocks, bonds and the like around the home. Then resolve to invest a few cents a week for a safe deposit box in our big vault. That's just a little resolution but it has big possibilities. BRATTLEBORO TRUST CO. Brattleboro, Vermont I TT is reported only about 25 of the -Victory Notes called for redemption on December 1 5 have been presented for payment. In view of the fact that interest on these Notes stopped on that date we deem it expedient that holders of , the called issues have them redeemed at once. May we offer our service in the matter of collection and reinvestment. Vermont Investment Corporation Room 1 - 'A; IOC N At Your Service OUR officers are always at your service to talk .. over business and financial matters with you. We avoid unnecessary for mality and welcome every opportunity to know our depositors better through personal contact. Peoples National Bank ' Brattleboro, Vt. SERVICE a American Building i