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THE BIlATTLEBOllO DAILY ltEFOlUlER. WEDNESDAY; FEBRUARY 0; 1921.
G CLASSIFIED ADERTISEME3MTS 5 cents a lice flst Insertion; cents a line each subsequent insertion. C&sn tn Advance, Minlmaa Charge, 20 cents. WANTED. WANTED Jve pou ry. nrdsou Co. WANTKD-K'-sl;iur;iiit. F. Rieh-2N!)-tf -Kheli'.'U woman, Soovi-U's 2!W'-tf WANTED Two two-hcnse teams for drawing wood and logs. Tlolden & Mar tin. . 253-tf SclllHll FOR SALE. Dry wood. Verify 2S4-2'J.- FOR SALE -riante. Tel.. 53-R. FOR .SALE Two eight day clocks. C. L. Howe, 117 Main St. 285-tf AV ANTED Work by high gil l Sat unlay afternoons. Address lorm- r (.Siiice. FOR SALE Furniture new and second-hand, at J FOR SALE bodies and ranges, B. Duntoa's. A. lit--' Miner. J'.iO-tf Two eood sled or wagon also one auto truck body. ('has. 27!-t WANTED Man to chop wood and do chores. Inquire W. A. Harris. West 1 .iattletx.ro. Tel. 211-3. -"--'- WANTED Middle-aged woman for general housework in small family. Ad dress Easy, Reformer Office. r-i FARMS WANTED All kinds of farms and real estate. Chapin Farm Agency, Brattleboro, Vt. It. F. D. 2. JlVJ-'Mb WANTED Young man desires posi tion as clerk in store. Has had expri- ence. Address C, Reformer. , JN.-tt WANTED Woman to do housework in country, for family of three. For further information tel. 13-31. 2S!)-20t ) WANTED Two or three furnished rooms centrally located. No children. Address Box 20, Reformer OHic. ',v.t-201 WANTED An experienced, capable woman or girl for general housework. ti j------ - ---- ''-""if, i' - 1 "- IlfillPfi FOR SALE A . few tons of good early cut hay. E. E. Covey, S7 "VVest ern Ave. 274-tf Full SALE First quality horse hay, J stock hav and rowen. u . S. l'ratt, J.rat tJeboro,Vt. 2,VJ-tf FOR SALE Best quality maple syrup, soft sugar upon order. 11. L. Millington. Tel. .".S3-R. 230-tf FDR SALE Purebred Scotch collie puppies. Bred from good cattle dogs. E. L. Welcome, West Chesterfield. N. H. Tel. 74-14. 282-203 FOR SALE Baldwin apples (sprayed fruit), 83 per bbl., barrel returned. Mrs. J. A. Clark, R. F. D. 3, Brattleboro. Vt. Tel. 1T.-12. 282-tf Mr. C. O. Wheeler, ("hi'strait Hill MEN Wanted for Dftectiv Experience unnecessary. Write .1. Oauor, former U. S. (jrov't Detective. St. Louis. 2N7, 03. VAKVft 2S-t f Work. FOR SALE Several nieces of cut glass that have never been used. For information concerning same address C. (I., Reformer. 280-tf FOR SALE Incubator, plows,; culti vator, spray pump, pair driving harness Mid raspberry plants. W. II. Alexander. West Brattleboro. 2s7-31f WANTED Light, press wagon in good i raves, I'pper ', 21. second hand repair. A. Du miners ton Road. tJ . Tel. 2 -: if AV ANTED Competent girl as plain j cook and table girl in small family: good j wages. Address T. O. Box 412, Brattle-! boro. " 2r,4-tf WANTED A lirst class table waitress not1 afraid of work. Good pay. Hours, eight per dav. Chlids Restaurant. New-j port, N. II. 25-200' WANTED I buy, sell and exchange second hand goods. I want what you don't want, and I pay for it oh delivery.! O. W. Cushman, t'.l Main St.. "Phone ! 230. 2SS-203 WANTED Beef, hogs and calves and some nice fresh cows, delivered at my place Saturday or at the depot Monday morn ing. I will pay market price. 11. il. Clark, Brattleboro. 34-tf FOR SALE A No. 1 Green Mt. pota toes. Guaranteed free from rot, and graded. Arthur L. Welcome, West Ches teihcld.Js. II. Tel. 71-14. 282203 FOR SALE Extra fine potatoes grown from certified seed, also a few ;:,": customers wanted for Guernsey dairv butter. F. A. I'lielps, TH. II I. -sl !f FOR SALE Pair of oxen, weight .'."( hi. nice team and nice workers. Pair of lied Durham steers, weight 1 .""'''', nicely matciied. Doolittlo Farm, Orchard St. Tel. :U4-W. 2s."i-200 F IR SALE (Ions tools watches, violin, guitar, organ and other musical instruments, cream separator, hot-air pumping-cngine. trunk, chunk burner, circular saw, 3t-in. (rip), counter scale.-, gas range, baby carriage and a few an tiques. G. W. Cushman. CI M:rn St.. "Phone 'S.VX 2--203 SPECIAL N - TICKS TO RENT. HAIR GOODS E. 1. Bailed iher B!.!g. TO room. TO ture. RENT Large 1G3 Main St. furnished front :.-. tf riHIit p( H.UST 2i'S Itnrbcr P.ldg. PliOT,' il!!"-V. 08 Bar-1.82-tf Elizabeth 1. Paiiev. 0 to 12 2 to r, . 12-tf RENT Storage room for furni C. V. Grant. 24 So. Main St. 27-tf TO RENT Yard room for storage of wood, machinery, etc. C. V. Grant, 21 So Main St. 2a7-tf TO RENT Nice tbree-room apart ment, all furnished, ground floor, a good one. Chas. Miner, 1 Church St., up one flight. 270-tf : TO RENT Cottage house of 7 rooms! with or without garden and henhouse.! F. I. Barrett, North Hinsdale. Tel. j (uO-Y . 281-200; FOR RENT Cottage house (tour rooms) and garden, at 200 So. Main St. Adults only. Call at 2U(5 So. Main St., or telephone 1S3-W. 25-200 HEMSTITCHING while ou wait. Mail orders receive prompt attention. Singer Sewing Machine Co., o3 Elliot St. TS. s: ;;. -s-,t' BARGAINS fx MAGAYXES Most favorable lenns on single subscriptions or on reduced club rates. Send for booklet. J.rattiehoro .News ( i. ivi'-tr f A window full of 'cm. Just the thins for the annual spring game of removing West River bridge. Honest now who is the fellow that tells us in The Reformer how one bridge will answer for all three some figurcr but how they goin' to get across to use it? The fellow that Keeps on sell ing goods at fifty per cent below cost has the same die and sometimes gets away with it. Autostrop Razors are still at the same price they were lief ore the Spanish war. CHAS. F. MANN? SS Main TEL 38 S3 Main Autostrop Safety Razors 30-Day Free Trial NORMA TALMADGE V. f N S ..:. .::.. t -i , fr' ' " 'V ..... K- A A V? s ' , , ' ' 5 Xir. ' Lovell & Tclfer , UliATTLEKORO S OLDEST RELIABLK HARDWARE STOKE T Your money does double duty protects your depen .. dents while they need it. pays you a libera! in come when you need it, Nev contract. See N. A. HOWE, Agent Brattleboro, Vl'.RMON'T C o n n e c t i c u i Gene k a i. Li i e Insurance Co. I i a k l i o k i This young woman, who in private life is Mrs. Joseph Schenck, fairly ran away with the honors in a recent con test conducted by a Chicago revspa- per to ascertain the most popular ac tress in moviedom. Miss Tatmadas w? born at Niagara Falls, N. Y., in 1397 and educated in the Brooklyn echoes. At the age of fourteen che entered motion pictures. She now heads her own company. She is 5 feet 2 inches tall, wci'n 110 pounds and has dark hair and brown eyes. O ft ax, m iy i to ?4 sf ?. u V.".'. j X"i :r j! to price nnd the ci-tinect ion. M. anyeoie ti, LOST. LOST One left hand black leather glove, between Depot and Tucker's sta- j ble. Finder please leave at Allen's News! Stand at" the Depot. 2'.0 ; LOST Cat. I tody two shades of bright orange stripe. No white. Rings of very light yellow on tail. Reward for return or information. Mrs. S. S. Hunt. 77 Green St. Tel. 2!)2-V. 2S5-tf 1 vim. Sell. riirht dealer aet full riiif serile. Telephone Gis-cn. Ill i Williams St.! t r,i-tf! '"MAIiAMh LKNORMAXO'S ramous' f'elebrated Gypsy Witch Fortune Telling Cards sent postpaid on receipt of SL J. I. Williams Rook Co., Worcester, Mass. i 27S-20S ; -MAGAIXKS AT I.OWKST IMJICFsi. Write me about what mairaz. nes ..-t J want for the coming year. I can g--f: them for you at money saving prices. Mrs. G . j M. Love, Magazine Specialist, South New fane, Vt. 12-tf I Under New Management Bring Your Shoes to the Universal Quick Shoe Repairing Co. formerly I he 1'rank Maiu ini More done while o;i wait and satisfac tion guaranteed. Try us once and bo convinced. .1 MMM fc fMffH JL jk. z -'i - rV0 35 t t Buckeye Incubators FOR BEST RESULTS Simplicity and Efficiency Combined. 1' SAYS MINE OWNERS FIX RETAIL PRICE Witness Ilefore Senate (ommittee Says Combination "I'ut Him Out of Itusiness." 9. S peciiie EXPERIENCE SILK We need, at once, girLs who have skill and experience in winding and doubling. VERMONT SILK COMPANY Brattleboro, Vt. LOGS WANTED We are ready to contract for all kinds and to pay top prices for butt cuts. S. A. SMITH MFG. CO. Horses for Sale Two car loads of fresh country horses from Gales burg. 111., arrived at the Brooks House Stable today. Matched pairs, blacks, browns, and grays, weigh ing from 2,500 to 3,200 lbs. per pair. A number of singles, weighing from 1,000 to 1,500 lbs. Nice drivers and workers. Painting and Paper Hanging .Vrite or '.all at L. A. MOMONEY S, 49 Clark Avenue I0T1GE! "Gibson" Cuitars anj Mandolinsand Hacon" Banjos nnd Ukuleles can be obtained only if !u:c!m-fd from the und'-rsiuned. Sp'c:.i! rates (or instruction and exceed intilv ea-y trn on ir.tr:impr.ts. Two perfect "Gibson" Man dolins at a Real T-arVlaln. Act quickly! E. O. COOKE lt Prospect Court "Phone '"TMYO, trio inoiir ap o:io i.iy fri'i W'ol's a cop erll la jmi o st;; tion poita iiicrt-ao for da family. I!eo nifV hava areata liecLra fat liulo !.:;m hiim hoy ton rla hc.speetal. 1H ! p-ova da rectal" alia hoes friens am telhi i vory hndy ho 'oita he-t:i hal'j vii C;iii da Slat'-. .My I rion i os s : : r stro:i hood alia riu'.it. And I tink k'eil iri Ua Icea man ho papa ploiita training for cop. You know ail da cop '''dfa koopa rvt-rylmdy out of .troll! do stoppa da lioiso atal stppa !a ami maka everybody feela ood. h. !"..; d.f :'iv. dat l'e . .! IH '. he u'.'ikfc (HI Thomas T. Brittan Fire Accident Insurance Liability Life Wilder Bldg., Brattleboro First Class Pressing and Cleaning Satisfaction Guaranteed. Prompt Deliver CROOKS HOUSE HARDER SHOP CAUL F. CAIN MERCHANT TAILOR 10 Mail Street 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. 28 Clark St. Tel. 641-J Afton Farm Airedales Won 8 Ribbons at Valley Fair. Have a five-months-old full brother to pups which won 1st, 2d, 3d and best Airedale pup, either sex, and to female which won 1st and reserve in winners class. His price is $50, registered in your name. Some spayed females ready soon. R. A. NEWTON LOLA J. NEWTON DUMMERSTON CENTER Tel. 341-2. Which Costs More? To Have Insurance and Not Need It OR To Need Insurance and Not Have It Geo. M Clay General Insurance Agency Bank Jiloeti , . Brattleboro, Vt. FIRE and LIFE Insurance Strong, Reliable Companies Sanford A. Daniels Crosby Block, Brattleboro FLIERS' FIGHT FORGOTTEN". Daniels Says He Will "Let Bygones Be Bygones." WASHINGTON, Fob. 0. The report of the naval court of inquiry which inves tigated the tlight of the naval balloonist, llinton. Kloor and Farrcll. from Kocka way. L. I., to Mouse Factory. Ontario, has been sent hack for revision f the sec tions relating tn the authority of the com- in:itiI:int at the Itoekaway air station to order the tlight. Secretary Daniels made this announcement last night. The report was not conclusive with regard to the commandant's authority to order nights that would take the crew outside the United States Mr. Daniels said, and it was desired to dear the matter up because of treaty aerccments with Great Britain regarding armed forces on the Canadian border or crossing the boundary. Mr. Daniels said it had been suggested to him that, the court had not gone deeply enough into the encounter at Matt ice be tween Lieutenants llinton and Farrcll at the conclusion of the trip from Moose Fac tory ; but he said he had not instructed any further inquiry into this phase of the case. The otlicers had, patched up their grievances and" all "concerned were willing to ' let, bygones be bygones," Mr. Daniels said: . oo - He fighr And sconce he gotta dat new ban-'uici my frien worka one shift as cop f c da ceety and one shift for da keed. He tc!!a ine on da street he can koepa da peace and stoppa !a noise weetli ihi uioixha trouble. Jiisa be tween ou and nie and m for spseada round, he tella use bees job v;.s i reety sol'ta one. But he tella nie now dat keed Lot (a liees goat. He say da leetle son i.f-a-gun niaka more trouble one night as h iinda on ra street een seexa week. II' say when be foenish walka da be: t for da ceety he gotta walka da beat foi dat keed, too. He say da leetle sha'vei yella so hmda he can all night jusa for maka da noise. And my 1'rh-n no can putta dat keed een da jail for break a da peace weethout hava da scrap weetli heos wife. Kef somebody ecs. raisene'l on bees beat ho getta preety sore and trow en da jail. But when dat leetle bam bino breaka loote he maka more trou ble as liva, seexa nn-ii. And da cop hp link was greata stuff, lie tella me he no trade dat keed for meolion bucks. . ,V'ce!!i da man my frien eos tough guy and gooda cop. Put weeth da keed he tes gooda man and a bum cop. But eef I gotta leetle bambino mebbe I am da saina ting, I dunno. Wot vou tink? O WASHINGTON. Feb charges that a combination exist in the coal trade to maintain high prices of real in thi cit v and to shut off the sim ply f coal to dealers who cut rates were put before the senate committee consid ering the (.'aider coal regulation bill yes-! terday by .lohn U. L. Ikittcr, who said the "combination put him out of bus iness.' , ( hairman I.aFollette ruled that tTie .ommitl ee would go further with the in piirv after Senator l!eed, Democrat. 1 is-ioiiii. declared that the witness had "established a prima facie cae of con spiracy to violate anti-trust laws on the ait of a local association.' anil moved that the department of justice agents be summoned to explain their attitude in the matter. "The coal men's association had a meeting." Hitter asserted he had been informed by one of his 1919 customers. uiio aoiieci ana inev put. you rigot oiu f the business. You aren't a coal man it all any more." Another man. representing a coal min ing company. suggetel to him. Hitter ontinued, that he "raise his price 2." cuts a ton each week until he got only 10 or i.) cents Itclow ttio association rice, which was a iigure fixed during 919 and 19'o. according to the witness, iv an association of local cOal dealers. lie refused, he said, and after April, !9J'i. be could not get any coal. "There was not a man in the country who would contract to -ive me my next war's simply.' Hitter ns?erteL, "and 1 Mad to do business, with any gipsy I could find who w ould s0H rue direct. " I his i- a serious thin" Senator Heed interjected. The penitentiary doors iVe opening for these men if they arc miltv of what oii say." "Thev are guilty," Hitter retorted. Tin onlv reason I am un here is be- i i - -1 1 : cause the poor people nae io uuy uieir coal trom tliese people ana pay me price." FRIZES FOR THONE GIRLS. Company T.VNK CARRIES C INCH GUN. FRANK A. SNOW Violin Teacher Call Tel. 76-M 10 Putney Road Orchestra Furnished for All Occasions WOOLEN CLOTH For the boys. MOTHERS, yon can cut down the HIGH 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, snitable FOR ALL THE FAM ILY. Write us for samples. V lASIIUELOT .WqOLEN CO. Army Exhibits New Models in Washing ton Demonstrations. WASHINGTON. T-Vh. 0 The army held a "tank show" here yesterday, put ting new types of land battleships through their paces in Itock ('reek park, with Sec retary Baker and other war department officials looking on.- The machines roared and rumbled up and down seemingly im jmssible slopes, leaped obstacles and pushed down trees in a canyon. Among the tanks tried out was a new model Christie armed with a six-inch gun mounted in a turret, the present "last word" in tank construction. It has de velopod a speed of 111 miles an hour over broken ground, officers said, and '() miles an hour on ordinary roads without its caterpillar tread. Another innovation exhibited was an armored motor' car on caterpillar, treads for the use of commanding otlicers of tank detachments in aetiou. During the war tifsffie'J. waited witliXin-if-sjcJuij5c A LINE 0' CHEER By John Kendrick Bangs. YOUR VALENTINE. Whoe'er you are, whate'er your line. If you shall need a Valentine, I'll serve if it shall chance to bo That you've the soul of sympathy, A .heart hat' bjea-ta responsive to The sufferer In need of you, Afed always do the best you -can T s-ani cheer your fellow . mwin. (Copyright.) A HdW It gSiur f ed THE "PLUS" SIGN. nnilK "plus, or sign or audition, is JL derived from the Latin word "et, meaning "and." Originally the word "et" was written as a capital E with a' flourish across the lower extremity, t his 5n time, as haste dictated to con venience, degenerated into a simple cross. . - Copyright.) for has of Will Reward Operators Bravery in Danger. CHICAGO. Feb. Jh "Central" ften been the first to give warning danger and the last to leave a threatened post and then has found her behaviour accepted as nothing more than part of a telephone operator s duty. But the telephone company is going to give "central" and "trouble" their deserts, l'ri.es for heroism are to be given bv each of the companies which constitute the Bell Telephone System, a gold medal and 5U.(HH will go to the bravest man or woman of this year. The Illinois Telephone Co. is partici pating in the plan. A committee appoint ed at headquarters here will watch all telephone workers in Illinois and make awards at the end of the year. The plan was developed by Theodore N. Vail, former president of the Bell System, not long before his death. His widow has established a fund from which the prizes will be paid. In addition to the capital award there will be two gold medals, with .$."".( H each, eight silver medals with each, and Jik bronre meOals with tn graved certificates. TO ISE LEVIATHAN. Largest Ship Afloat to Ii rat Into Com mercial TraT.e. Ni:V YORK, 1VU. D. Restoration to over-seas-commercial trade of the aO,-Ooo-ton passenger liner Leviathan, the largest ship afloat, will be soon consid. ered by the United States shipping lniard it was learned here yesterday. The ship, since completing her work is an American -transport, has been, ly iii" idle at her Jloboken pier. The craft How is costing the shipping hoard approximately $05,0011 a month for upkeep and care. The electric eel, found in Brazil and Guiana, can administer quite a severe electric shock, sometimes strong enough to overcome a horse. Agony of Asthma New Prescription Gives Instant Relief Makes Breathing Easy. . Thousands of people suffer from Bron chitis or Bronchial Asthma who, having tried advertised remedies, inhalers. "Pat ent smokes," doHches, doctors, changes in climates, tc, without permanent benefit believe nothing" can ever make, them well. Extensive experiments 'finally enabled a Worcester,. Mass., physician to find a sim ple, harmless , treatment that gave almost immediate" relief in even the most stubborn advanced. gases' and great, nuniliers of former Asthmatics , have -now used his treatment with wonderful success-.- "The doctor's prescription is called Oxidaze and can be obtained from the Brattleboro -Drug Co. and leading drug gists -everywhere.- who sell it on a guaran tee of money- back on the first package if in any case it fails to give prompt relief." Many users who for years have been obliged to sit up in bed gasping for breath and unable to sleep reiort that they now take a dose of Oxidaze when going to bed and then lie down and breathe easily and naturally and get .a; good night's restful sleep. Oxidaze, is. a.-afe treatnitmr. casv and ' nleaHttHU-to-tnfc'und eoiitairtr?ivharmf uL ESClUBU- I'OltV .T1U wJL'.yQia.Uilt liabiiJiuiudtu&-Alv.i. .., The Federal Reserve System Helps You It was created primarily . To help the business men and farmers; To provide plenty of currency at all times; To Effect a steadier supply of credit. The system merits the support of all good cit izens: it must have yours in order to reach its full development. You can secure the benefits of this great sys tem and at the same time as sist directly in developing it by depositing your money with us. sVederax bbstsbvsV Vermont National Bank SAFETY STRENGTH SERVICE I o ? o o ! Hi THERE are no disputes about bills when they are paid by check. The payee's endorsement serves as a receipt. Have you &, personal checking account? Peoples National Bank BRATTLEBORO, VT. I i;. r. 'I ill! f'o so Mil!! Hit? 10 !: I In I 3 Wo "Pi oil II o I Mi 1920 Income Return Must Be Filed By March 15 If you are single, and your Income was $1,000 for the year of 1920, you must make a report in the proper way to the U. S. Government. If you are married, and your Income was $2,000, you must make a return. All partnerships and all corporations must file re turns. Blanks may be procured of the Brattleboro Trust Company, and the officers of the bank will be glad to help you in making out your personal return. Brattleboro Trust Company Brattleboro, Vermont 7 Interest Begins Today at 7 in our Tartial raynwnt Department on all payments received. The following table showa what $10.00 a month will do: 7 1st 2nd 3rd 4th nth . 6th 7th 8th 0th 10th Payment Payment Payment Payment Payment Payment Payment Payment Payment Payment $10.00 $10.00 $10.00 $10.00 $10 00 $10.00 $10.00 $10.00 $10.00 $10.00 $100.00 Interest 0 months at 7 per cent, $ .53 Interest 8 months at 7 per cent, .47 Interest 7 months at 7 per cent, .41 Interest 6 months at 7 per cent, .35 Interest 5 months . at 7 per cent, Interest 4 months : at 7 per cent, .23 Interest 3 months at.. 7 per cent, .18 Interest. 2 months at -7 per cent, .12 Interest 1 month at 7 per cent, .06 .;; . . $2.ei Upon receipt of the 10th payment, we give you a ONE HUN DRED DOLLAR, Seven Per Cent, Five Year, DEBENTURE BOND, and $2.G4 cash for the interest. .... -. . - .-. -i .- .. . j - . .... k . ." " . i DEBENTURE BONDS have been issued and guaranteed hr the VERMONT LOAN AND TRUST COMPANY for the past S3 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 ! Bring in $10.00 and get a receipt. VERMONT LOAN AND TRUST COMPANY F. B. rUTNAM, Sales Manager, Brattleboro, Vermont 7 . - 7