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THE BHATTLEBOltO DAILY REFORMER. TUESDAY, JANUARY lSt 1021.
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS j : : ; i , 6 cent a line first insertion; 2 cents a line each subsequent Insertion. Cash In Advance. Minimum Charge, 20 cents. WANTED. : WANTED Live poultry and fresh egga. Tel. 334-15. 260-290 WANTED A one-horse meat cart. E. L. Williams, Jamaica. Vt. 2G2-tf WANTED Housework by the Lour. AddressII, Reformer Office. 270-275 WANTED Work by the hour or day. Address 1. O. Box 223, Brattleboro. . . 270-272 WANTED Middle-aged bousek eeper for one on a farm. F. Hamilton, WANTED Two two-horse teams for drawing wood and loga. Holden 4 M; fin. 253-tf FOR SALE. wood. Perley 2C6-2G9 FOR SALE Dry Plante, Tel. 53-R. FOR SALE Furniture and ranges, new and second-hand, at J. B. Dunton's. FOR SALE A 23 jewel IS size watcli. also two wrist watches. C L. Howe, 117 Main -St. - - - 2G9-tf FOR SALE First quality horse hay, etock hay and rowen. W. S. Pratt, Brat tleboro, Vt. 259-tf , FOR SALE Best quality maple syrup, soft sugar upon order. H. L. Millington. Tel. 583-R. 230-tf WiVTm f ar nml wife to WOrk Oil farm. Address Farm, care Reformer Office. 2G9-2 4 WANTED 1,000 fowls. Tay 30c. a lb. live weights Drop me a card. M.Black, P. O. Box 283. 2G8-tf WANTED Room and board in private family by boy. Must be reasonable. Ad dress Boy, Reformer Office. -66-tf WANTED Position as housekeeper by woman with 4-year-old daughter. Ad dress Box A, Care Reformer Office. 267-272 WANTED Choppers to cut tops on Whetstone brook road. $2.50 a cord. Apply E. A. McClure, 121 Elliot St. WANTED Competent girl as plain cook and table girl in small family ; good wages. Address P. O. Box 412, Brattle boro. . 254-tf WANTED A few more customers for gilt-edged creamery butter. E. L. Wel come, West Chesterfield, N. H. Tel. 74-14. 270-2S1 WANTED Good housekeeper: Rood straight woman between 25 and 40 years of age. No other need apply. 1'. . Box 235, Brattleboro. 271-274 WANTED Beef, hogs and calves and nome nice fresh cows, delivered at my place Saturday or at the depot Monday morn ing. I will pay market, price. H. G. Clark, Brattleboro. 34-tf WANTED Men devote spare time selling guaranteed trees, shrubs, plants. Liberal weekly pay. If you mean busi ness, write for territory. Guaranty Nurs ery, Rochester, N. Y. 2GG-2S9 WANTED Young male stenographers and clerks by large corporation out of town. Good chance for advancement to those proving themselves capable. Ad dressJP. O. BoxlTS, Rutland, Vt. 26G-271 WANTED A man to take charge of our business in Brattleboro. Apply Fri day morning between 8.30 and 11 or Wednesday, Jan. 12. Singer Sewing Ma chine Co., 53 Elliot street, Brattleboro. Vt. 206-271 WANTED At the Cooley Dickinson Hospital, Northampton. Mass.. four young women as nurses' aids. Good wages with maintenance, and an opportunity to go to night school if desired ; also 10 student nurses for the probation class April 5, 1921. 250-2S0 WANTED Men and women who suf fer with corns, callouses; aching, burn ing feet, to try a box of Snow Drop Salve, 25c. Works wonders. Guaran teed by O. F. Thomas, Wilfred F. Root and Brattleboro Drug Co. 25S-60-62-64-66-G8-70-72-74 WANTED I pay $3 a dozen for talk ing machine records. I pay cash for that old junk in your attic. I buy guns, tools, bicycles; anything I can fix up to s"ell again. Call me up and make a date or send in your goods and get all they are worth to me. G. W. Cushman. 61 Main St., Phone 239. 270-275 TO RENT. FOR SALE Skim milk, sweet or sour, 7 cents a quart. Mrs. Enos White, 4 Forest St. 270-272 - - - ' ,1 r mu.ii.i -" WJMi'UL'm n ii " ' IT i rn f-J "- imiai r In t ' ' FOR SALE White Rock cockerels. C. M. Burnham, West Chesterfield, N. II. Tel. 79-6. 270-275 FOR .SALE Nine-montbs'-old Shep herd dog. Geo. N. Gray, Fireman of American Bldg. 270-272 FOR SALE Registered Ayrshire bull, 21 months' old. Alexander Home stead ,Winch e ste r-2I.j2.I2i GREEN WOOD FOR SALE Four ft. or 16 in. ; also a few gallons of maple syrup. G. J. Perkins & Son, TeL 9 22. 245-tf FOR SALE Baldwin apples (sprayed fruit), $3 per bbl., barrel returned. Mrs. J. A. Clark, R. F. D. 3, Brattleboro, Vt. TeL 15-12. 269-275 FOR SALE Purebred Scotch collie puppies. Bred from good cattle dogs. E. Ii. Welcome, West Chesterfield. N. II. Tel. 74.14. 270-2M FOR SALE A No. 1 Green Mt. po tatoes. Guaranteed free from rot. and graded. Arthur L. Welcome, West Ches terfield. N. II. Tel. 74-14. 270 281 FOR SALE) Main street business property at a reasonable price, based on income. For particulars address Busi ness Property, care Reformer Office. 200-tf FOR SALE A few tons of nice horse hay and some certified Green Mountain seed potatoes for spring deliver v. Fred Smith, W. Brattleboro, Vt. Tel. 5S3-M. 269 274 FOR SALE Clocks, watches, musi cal instruments, guns, revolvers, tools, eye-glasses, reading glasses, field glasses, telescopes, men's overcoats. women's heavy coats, counter scales, gas rai ge, antiques. G. W. Cushman. Ci Main Sr.. Phono 239. 270-2 75-' FOR SALE Local druists are now offering CIIERRY-MUL to those afflict ed with coughs, colds and run-down con dition. Every bottle sold with an iron clad guarantee. Recommended bv C. F. Thomas, Wilfred F. Root and 'Brattle boro Drug Co. 257-59-G1-63-G5-67-69-71-73 MENDETS will mend most anything in the line of agate ware, aluminum, tin ware, pots, kettles, etc. Not recommended for mending broken bridges. Still loaning Autostrop Razors on 30-day trial. CHAS. F. EV1ANN S3 Main TEL. 38 38 Main Autostrop Razor 30-Day Trial INDI AkZ "PTTMTCI W - - - - - 1 F- S.' Ilarriman, IL. B. Stewart, J. D. Ste M.lMJllVZ) r liMSll J vents, IV D, Oilman. RD. Sherry; Paul TTri XT mnrn 4 cm Oilman, R.-S. Rogers and Earl Franklin -LAVjt 1 jtx llVi A" JCiXiO A 1 were elected directors. Mr. Cary declined to serve longer as president and Elmer A. Darling of Burke was elected to succeed him. The other officers are: F. D. Gilman, vice-president ; F. S. Ilarriman,' secretary ; Preston E. May, treasurer. Department superin tendents are the same as last year. The treasurer's report showed all bills -- i 1 wViIili i r eA iirfliul till tmPmananf !tn. ion which every; j,rovements and a cash balance of nearly ,n, a mile from UKX) on hand. 14 and 15. . , , Pottawatomie Reservation Near May etta, Kan., Has Been "Little Touched by White Civilization-. MA YETTA, Kans , Jan. IS.-The Pot tawatomie Indians recently finished a two day's dance and feast in honor of the New iear. Jt was a celebrat Indian on the reservation here, attended, and many were present, for he Pottawatomie feasts' aor,t Tt arc famous lor their" fluality and excel-1 LARGE FUND BEING SPfSNT. (Continued from Fage 1.) - lence. Barbecued beef is one of the fav orite dishes. ' The reservation is twenty-five miTes from Topeka, the capital of Kansas, and contains about eleveu square miles of land. Approximately nve hundred In dians are living there, and the land is time to many in the audience farmed. The white man's civilization has in part: - . " ' . flowed around the little reservation and "In the -Centenary campaign lei t it, a relic of pioneer days in lvausu?. Much of the white man's civilization has of course, been absorbed 'by the Pottawa- and foreign brought home missionary facts were forcefully for the " first He said more than' -1.000.000 persons contributed to the $108,000,000 pledged, it is stated. The circular prepared by the . church's SPECIAL NOTICES HAIR GOODS E. P. Bailey, 208 Bar berBIdg. - l&2tf EXPRESS AND JOBBING Perley Plante. Tel. 53-R. 2QS-2(S9 MRS. WM. II. HULL, First class dressmaking. 7 Eels Court. rJ'L-''2 CHIROPODY Elizabeth P. 208 Barber Bldg. 8 to 12 'Phone G0G-W. Bailey, -2 to 5. 182-tf LOST. LOST Fountain pen, between West street and high school, by way of Western avenue. 'Phone 20S-.T. 2(il)-271 LOST Saturday evening, bunch of keys. Finder please leave at Reformer office and reecive reward. 208-271 TO RENT Furnished room, CO Canal St. Tel. 374-M. 270-272 TO RENT Furnished apartment of four rooms. Tel. 6Q4-J. 257-tf TO RENT Five-room tenement, 22 Thomas St. Inquire at 14 Prospect St. Tel. 640-M. 270-tf TO RENT Furnished apartment of aix rooms, centrally located, adults only. Now ready for occupancy. Apply Box 616, Reformer. 228-tf LOGS WANTED We are ready to contract for all klndi ani to pay top price for butt cuts, S. A. SMITH MFG. CO. Painting and Paper Hanging Write or call at L. A. M0M0NEYS, 49 Clark Avenue First Class Pressing and Cleaning Satisfaction Guaranteed. Prompt Delivery BROOKS HOUSE BARBER SHOP NOTICE ! "Gibson" Guitars and Mandolins and Bacon" Banjos and Ukuleles can bi1 obr.liiwH nnlv if purchased from the undersigned. Special rates for instruction and exceedinglv easy terms on instruments. Two perfect ''Gibson" Man dolins at a Real Bargain. Act quickly! E. O. COOKE 16 Prospect Court 'Phone BARGAINS IN MAGAZINESMost favorable terms on single subscriptions or nn rpdncpil rlnh rates. Send for booklet. Brattleboro News Co. 182-tf DONT let anyone fool "you. Sell your junk to the right dealer get full I price and the right scale. Telephone 'connection. M. Gissen. 104 Williams St 51-tf ! MARKED DOWN SALE All Wool Knitting Yarn, direct from manufacturer, $1.20, $1.70 and $1.95 a pound. ' Postage paid on $o orders. rite tor samples, u. A Bartlett, Harmony, Maine. 232-2S7 MAGAZINES AT LOWEST PRICES Write me about what magazines you want for the coming year. I can get them for vou at money saving prices. Mrs. G. M. Love, Magazine Specialist. South New fane. Vt. 182-tf EXCEPTIONAL OPPORTUNITY Open for man of good character ami pos sessing some salesmanship ability. Mut haw conveyance of some kind. Apply by letter to Manager, 27 Federal street, Greenfield. Mass. 200-271 j CLERKS (men, women), over 17, for Postal Mail Service. Jfl.iO a montti. l.x i animation January. Experience unnec essary. For free particulars, write R. i Terry (former Civil Service Examiner). 155 Continental Bldg., Washington. I). C. lit - AGENT-MANAGERS We manufac ture the best fire extinguisher on the market. Far superior to $10 and .$12 types. Sells for $2, offering wonderful returns to agents. Agent-Manager wanted in Brattleboro. Portsmouth Pro ducts Co.. Portsmouth. N. II. 270-275 tomies; they all speak English,' and mo- committee on . conservation and advance, lor cars are commonplace among me rea entitled,' hat Centenary- Money Is Do mcn. : " . line, 'is-designed as a report to donors. , "I can remember." Mat Septa, a young "Rroad exnansion at. kmc: n wpII n Pottawatomie, said, ''when the dancers abroad, is noted. Among major features and medicine men used to prophesy at our of this development during 1920 are dances of how the, white man would one mentioned the following: , day ride in carriages without htfises, and "Work is being done among foreign hy through the air like birds. e used sp(.aking people in the United States by to think that was very wonderiul, but lu: English-speaking pastors, 283 for we have seen it happen. Our dancers ,.ienjtanennitf nastow" in l r I ii... 1,1 1 ..(. ---- "- . ""."w "" also loiu oi now mere nuuiu m; i ji''1" war among the white men, in which they would cross the sea; to kill one an other. That was the European war. was in France' sixteen months myself with the Eighty-ninth division. A great ex nerience. iou kmw. what I liked auou the army, you alw were not lonesome """onrZoTde live softer than they used J I'. ,an1 Rreat in.lnstrial ers, and 141 other social workers; 225 , foreign-language students are in train ing at colleges, universities, and schools ; 'the church spent $1, 01)3.070.41 to con tinue work in and near military and na I val stations: to holi coiiin MfthoIist ' ui ( k l fha,laius: to l'romote good-will indus- VPn! T war -! ul to V-'k's: to. Pvide l'nate ministry in . lut 1 as glad to N(1Rpo distrk.t. conK,.st(Hi by. the north- to. hen 1 was a little ioy, oiien tney used to take us down to the bank of the creek winter mornings, and break the ice and make ns jump in. That was to make us hard and strong. They don't do that any more wun our hoys. centers developed by war industries; to provide community centers in rural neighborhoods increased . as a result of the war ; to promote Americanization, and to provide scholarships for Metho dist boys whose educational trainiue 'Our prophets tell of another' great war 1 " T. ' ! . m 1 "8" that will come among the -white men. and """j'Vi .i.rV " i after that, they say, there will be no more f hodist endeavor abroad, war. Thev tell us thai. the white man's .J. Diffen lorfer sa d that Centenary heart will be chanted then, and that mw h ; f saved the whole Metliodist Lhm-o- ..f tl, l:it,d t mi. ..ii.-.- .con-'Od to the .in- i"" V auu iiniia iioiu oik- na a , , . - T .1 1 t T 1 lltllll Tlf.lir (tt T I ... n-..ot- diau will ( given iack io mm. j u noii ; know It is not good for my ieoT,le t.;''' value m purchasing imver of the! have too much money in their pockets, j American (lollar. . for thev spend it swiftly." I At Singaijore ,s() (K)0 was s,.t on The Pottawatomies are proud of the! 'ho Anglo-Chmese school. Chinese in; tact that Charles Curtis, senior Unit"dthat city have contributed close to 300,-1 States senator from Kansas, is of Pottawa-j NM- . j tomie aixestrv, and still count him a mem-! "Extensive projects have been laid out; her nf their 'tribe, although they do not fr .Lilian, where the direct appropria- ' olttii sce him on the reservation. jtion last, year was .SlOti,714. The .Ko-' His time is taken up in the city t l'ie,r.an appropriation was $122. l wenty-six new misMonaries Great White Father," the Pottawatomu . xplain, 'but his heart is t mildly towanl his jicople."' wre sent NOW 101 PER C ENT ABOVE 1011. But an increase f 70 to Africa, marking p'r cent. "Physical relief extended to En nine- and Armenia ran into hundreds of thons- iHiids of .lollars. Frame. Italy. Finland Figures Show Decline in Prices 'Spain. Norway, Sweden, Denmark, the Since Middle of Last Summer. 1 1 lulippmes, Mexico Central and South .WASHINGTON, Jan. S.-An .'V -s A" Netherlands Indies re- oi tne rise ana i:i n oi nvms wm j l'J14. made bv the Department of I.ab -r. j . i - j. .... i ... i r i plaet's tne increase to a sutnu.nu mhjim in New York city during the period fr -u .lime 1 lflll. to Dec. SI. 10'H. at I'd .4 Dr. (Jage spoke only briefly, but stated that he would in Brattleboro again biter in the year, and that it was the desire of the committer to hrinir hofi- Taxes Must Be Paid Before February 1 My office is open every day, and Mon day and Saturday evenings, and is at 12 Crosby Block, where it has been located over 30 years. THE INTEREST RATE ON UNPAID TAXES IS 2 PER CENT FRED CRESSY. Collector. C. W.. Miller & Co. GENERAL. ROOFERS Slate and Gravel Roofs Repaired Tin and Copper Roofing a Specialty All kinds of cement walks, steps, and cellars, also patented process bathroom walls and fire place hearths .warranted for life,. All work promptly attended to. 23 Clark St. Tel. 641-J FRANK A. SNOW Violin Teacher Call Tel. 676-M 10 Putney Road ; Orchestra Furnished for All Occasions Four Garbage Routes to Let! Inquire of Mr. Tubbs, Organ Street TILLAGE COMMISSIONERS Bring Your Prescriptions ST Here It yon want them filled with the purest ani freshe.lt drugs, ani with the great est care and accuracy filled precisely aa roar physician orders them filled, to prodace the exact effects he desires. We are proud of the record we have made In oar prescription department. And ret we fill prescriptions at .very reasonable prices, ani fill them Quickly C. F. Thomas, Ph. G. Clear Policies REASONABLE RATES General Insurance Agency GEO. ML CLAY BANK BLOCK, BRATTLEBORO BROOKS HOUSE G. E. Sherman Manager WOOLEN CLOTH For the boys. MOTHERS, you can cut down the'IHGII COST OF LIVING on your boy's clothing. We are selling direct from the MILL strong, durable cloth. Nice line of patterns to select from, suitable FOR ALL THE FAM ILY. Write ns for samples. ASIIUELOT WOOLEN CO. Gilsum, N. II. Carl A. Mitchell Exclusive Undertaking 180 Main Street Telephone 8S4-W or SS4-B CARL F. CAIN MR CHANT TAILOR 159 Main Street The Snail and the Screw. It is no doubt true that nearly all human Inventions have been suggested by natural objects. Fremont of the French School of Mines points out uu interesting example In the case of the screw, the fundamental Idea of which, he believes, was suggested to primitive man by the spiral Khape of the edible snail. It was not the shape of the shell that suggested the screw, but the spiral motion which It is necessary to give the body of the snail In order to withdraw it from the shell. This at once showed that an object of a screw shape embedded In a solid powerfully resisted attempts to withdraw It by a straight pull. The hint was enough, and the screw be came one of the earliest" of "man's inventions. ADVERTISE Y0 UR WANTS Chinese Lily Fine Plant. One of the most successful bulbs for house culture Is the Chinese sacred lily, a variety of the narcissus which is Imported from China. Place In a dish about three Inches deep, put In one and a half -inches of sand, and cov er with one Inch of gravel, white peb bles, or broken marble. On this, set the bulbs to prevent them from float ing. Place them In a sunny window, and they will bloom perfectly, i The flowers are white, with a yellow-tinted cup, the stems having a truss, with from three to seven blooms.' The Chi nese cut away ' the . hard skin - on the top of the .bulb, which seems to " fa cilitate the growth, but in cutting, one must be careful to cut only one-eighth of an inch In -depth, or the leaf growtA j Teem. Tne h ! r water maik 'acco.'l.;;, ' from time to time such facts tins compilation of data, was reacl.-.l - been presented In ak in June. lie, wl.cn the living costs oi a'? England s part Dr Oage f,rv.;h- j. Ww ork were 11!.'J Her cent above the costs on dune 1, 101 - ,V "ntimiing increase in living costs in almost even- necessity- of life wan shov. n from June 1. Kill, until June, lCr.'O The break came during the summer and eai ly Fa!t ri!o. Ti..' figures include cost of food, win. n is taken as reprewmtinc 42 per cent of es sential expenditure of the family; eloUi ,n ii? . cut of pxrtmditurc: hoi- Jin mat me uverasre itieuce or tmii million persons of the country was $.1.40 a year, whiV the average subscription for the New England aren was .7.40 a year. The amount paid, in during the tirt year, he said, represented Js'i.si a TWeinber for the entire chhreli, while the ut.uut jiam in me .fv r.ngiaiHi area was etjual to $4.C.l a member. He called attention to the importance of co-operation and stated that through and light, ami expenses and Aew Jersey through this, month he laneous" were the only will cover the country as far West as St to show a decrease dur-! Louis during February, while March wili rum June to December, t take Iiiin uk rough some of the west cen- a. .... .... I 1 1 L.r 111-1 IUT! f IIITI fll-.i,1.- , Ii I .-. ir . . I A Uig, 14.-5 per eeiu; iuei uiui iik'i i ' -.... . uiui "Usui lu DO tiit- iuinituie and furnishings, S.:? 'r,dirn! by the Methodist Kpiscopal church cent.' and miscellaneous, 18.7 i.cr cent. j could be done by that church. Piiee of tlothiov? showed the heaviest From Urattlchoro Dr. Diffendorfer increases siiu-e 1014. and furniture and went today to Worcester. Mass. After furnishings were next in line. shaking in New England. New York Housing, fuel and light, and expenses and New Jersey through this, month he listed as "miseeil ones which failed it! ' tlie nerKul fr llt-JO. Housintr showed an increase tiuriins tral states and n many of the Pacific this period of 5.7 per cent, and fuel and, coast cities. During the first two weeks liaht, 2t.4 per cent. . of April, w hich closes the tour, he will The analysis covers hvine' costs m work East from Bellinjrham. Wash thirty-two cities. ueinui, ullu-ir, ' nirougn jiontana. the list in living cost, increases, tne in crease from Dec. 31,1 1914. to June 20, lfttV for that city is given as 13(1 per cent. On IVc. 31 living costs had dropped, to 1 lt 6 per cent above the 1914 level. Portland, Ore., and San Iranciso showed the smallest increases. Prices in San Francisco jumped 96 per cent between December. 1914, and June. hWO, and then fell off by December. 19-20, to 8.1.3 per twit flr. 1)U level, in lOIuanu 1. 1 e.-. Minnesota. WisnrTi sin and return to his liome in rh tinishing there April 13. ' VERNON. "Kid" Program for Orange Meeting. The next regular meeting of Vernon be held Saturday evening "kid program will be iriven.! njursifu l(J oriiig in ''range will Jan. -22. A T 1 I . ric n nu'inbor increased 1M.4 per cent up .,u"f ; sf ah'd envelope vyith the owner's name on and then oropped uacK io ou.j t. v...v.llJp ouisuie, a picture o: from the 1914 level. OVER $322.000 IN CROPS. Gardens of Frick Coke" Co. Employes Yield Rig Amount. CONNELLSVILI.E. Pa.. Jan. IS. C.arden products with a market value of $322,000 were raised in 1920 by employes of the Frick Coke Co. under the very glare of the thousands of coke ovens i,;el, .lot this section of Pennsylvania. Much of ths wealth came from the gar tielt taken m childhood or -vonth. Each t "l' tell an interesting -raeidentr of J c-hilUriood, else recite or read some 'piece' learned in childhood. A primmer class will be conducted by a numbw. Sours rtini Kmcs oi cnuunoou aavg -will be m order. . . ' Important Church Meeting. Rev. George F. 'For tier. Rev' C. C Mfr- nll and Rev. Y. A.. Davison,, heads of ,the I niversahst. Congregational and Baptist) churches of ermont, will meet the people! of ernon who are interewted -m ho' an. 22, ,at 3 X nis is an 1 member of present. of Palmer bat 7.!iT.4 individual families engaged in J"- - - - - 7' ,ar! . w. some workers and their j ". nroyement Saturday. J " ' u" ' ' ",V,.v l.mseo' f r them. lne ParisU 18 to be pioix llll II l in- . v.. - i The reiwrt of the welfare department M , 0 of the companv inst made punnc kiios that 7.!t4 Hid: the enterprise. National Thrift Week " January 17 to 23 Work and Save Have a Bank Account ;,. i-- i: -. . , . .s ........ . . - y -:.- : ' ? - -- k'- -'':'." ',''' Pdyh YoiirtBills 'Promptly Cany Life : Insurance Make ,a Will - ; Own Your Own Home Share With Others . QThis Bank Offers You It's Co-operation in En cquraging the Thrift Habit. Peoples National Bank BRATTLEBORO, VT." National Thrift Week January 17 to 23 A Budget System for the New Year A budget for the year, carefully planned in advance, is the best method for keeping your expenditures well proportioned. A hit or miss method results in loss and extravagance.. Having decided how much you will spend during the year for each general purpose, then you should open a bank account, deposit all income in the bank and pay all bills by check. .This will give you an accurate record and enable you to keep to your budget. Check books furnished free by this bank. Vermont National, Bank SAFETY STRENGTH SERVICE Good Intentions Do Not Protect It will not help your family to. have your friends say, after you are gone, "He meant well." Good intentions, if not carried out, may pave the way for an uncomfortable future for those you love. , You are providing for your family now. Protect their future, also, by having your will record your intentions regarding the disposition of your estate and the support of those who may be. left behind. To insure these intentions being carried out with impartiality, economy and strict ob servance of your directions, name the Brattleboro Trust Company as your executor and trustee. The combined judgment and experience of a Trust Company's specialists in estate management prevent the costly errors of an individual's experiments. ; Brattleboro Trust Company Brattleboro, Vermont rciVternrise k- , ,ce 1!arro?'s and sou. Walter, of The renort' of the Frick company ' Northheld were visitors at Robert Clark's, ox' s that it eX,HMided $1C.000 in pro-1 "day , . . tii moting the gardening plan, and pant out in prizes 82.104.24, while tho, workmen and their families benefitted from the gardens without any expense other than their labor. - ... The companv will follow the plan this vear. It provides for a flower or vege table garden at every house occupied by one of its employes.. KUSH TO SEEK EMPLOYMENT. Hundreds Apply at Plant -Where-Picket-ing Was Enjoined. - SPRINGFIELD, .'Masg.,' Jan. IS Several hundred persons sought employ ment vesterdav when the former plant of the Hauman Clothing corporation, which has been taken over by the New lork Clothing Manufacturers' association, was opened for business. Only a few were taken on. for the concern has an nounced that it will proceed slowly with its organization. . . There were no signs of picketing by representatives of the Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America, notwith standing the statement of an organizer on Saturday that such action would be taken. The Amalgamated was enjoined from picketing the plant of the liauman company bv court action but the organ izer, A. O. Yost, said - that this action would not hold over to its successor, in his opinion. ELECT FAIR OFFICERS. E. i. Darling Heads Caledonia- County . Organialion 'or 1921. r ST. JOIINSBFRY; Jan.f 1A At the annual meeting; of? the stockholders of the Caledonia Cnuutv ,Vflir.Groiind company. Rev. h. A. Mason of Bellows Falls xv.'ll preach in the Vernon union church Sun day, Jan. 22, at 10.45. Sunday school at 12. . Mrs. R. E. Keeney and . niece, Miss Hazel Grant, of South Vernon have been guests several days of Mrs. R. D. Sher- man. . - , - ' , . - - Mrs. C. L. Jennison who was Substitut ing for Mrs.. Lucy Burrows in the North school, was taken - suddenly ill -Tuesday night of last week and has not .been able to teach the past week. Mrs. Burrows returned- from rSpriuciield Sunday ; and - re-. 6umed teaching Monday., v, ... , Fire was discovered about 9 o'clock Mon day mornine.iu an unstairs .room of the tenement in the Whithed house 'occupied' oy Mwani Kooinson; and tannlv. A tel ephone call to nei'ghboi . brought immed iate heln.and with fire extinguishers and water the flames were oon under con trol, but not before considerable of the flooring was removed. The cause of the fire was an overheated stove pipe. EAST PUTNEY. Seventy Friends Entertained. On Friday evening, Jan. 14. Mr. and Mrs. . Edmund Stockwell entertained about 70 of their friends at their home at East Putney. Dancing, games ami a social tune were enjoyed by 'all pres ent. Music was furnished, by; Fred Vaine and daughters of East Putney. A bountiful supper was served.- ' ..?.VV World Has Lots, of Them. V , , vHJnd Tunklna -Vsay";.'therevare5t0p many ' men "whd 1H Usteii for-1- boars';, tn s sneech: but vha more on the mln. iiui.tr1tflir..linmnii vi'iiiimii-, i . , ,UV,, 4 V ' Interest Begins Today at 7 in our Partial Payment Department on all payments received. The following table shows what $10.00 a month will do: 1st Payment $10.00. Interest 9 months at 1 per cent, $ , 2nd Payment $10.00 interest 8 months at- 7 per cent, 3rd Payment $10.00 : Inter t 7 months at 7 per cent, 4th Payment $10.00 - - - 41.. , 5th Payment $10 00 Intere.?V6 montlis at 7 per cent, " 6th Payment $10.00 ' Interest 5 months at. 7 per cent, ... --v7th PaymentSlOWX- Interest-4 months at 7 per cent, 8th 'Payment -10.4M .Interest 9th Payment SlO.OO Interest 10th PaymeBtj4$ip0.OO Interest ; ,4 3 .3' ' I : montlis at 7 per cent, months at 7 per cent, month at 7 'per cent, . .53 .47 .41 .35 .2!) .23 .18 .12 .06 $2.61 ! Xpon Teipt of the '.lOth payment we give you a ONE HUN DRED DOLLAR, Seven Per Cent, Five Year, DEBENTURE BOND, and 52.'&l cash.f or the interest. ; v - DEBENTURE BONDS have been issued and guaranteed by the VERMONT LOAN AND TRUST COMPANY for the past 33 years without loss of a penny to any holder. They are doubly se cured by a deposit of an equal amount of our Farm Mortgage Loans, which are first liens on real estate having an appraised value of at least twice the amount of the indebtedness secured thereby, with the Peoples National Bank, Trustee, of Brattleboro. By our Plan, you can pay $10.00 or more whenever convenient, regularly or irregularly, and receive interest in full from date of payment to date of settlement on every payment. Begin today I Bring in $10.00 and, get a receipt. VERMONT LOAN AND TRUST COMPANY -f .... . !7i i l F. B. PUTNAM, Sales Manager, Brattleboro, Vermont - 7 I EN I batLyretormilr ti. C. Cary.U . .