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' T THE BIlArrLEBORO DAILY REFORMER. 3IOXDAY, AUGUST 29. 1921.
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS 5 cents a line first Insertion; 2Va cents line each subsequent Insertion. Cash in Advance, Minimum Charge, 10 cents. WANTED W VXTED-AVaitress at Ptreeter's Resj lauiiiiiL. TvANTED Boy to work Tel. IS---'. on farm. ir2-ir7 "WANTED Woman t do washing for man anl wife. TcL 34r - W -VXTED Two or . throe washings to do at home. Inquire l YinP1J:1-s - av a TED-Iierrv pickers, 5c. per ... Vi t iwir; A- Son. Barber Farm qu VI. a . . ' 14U-tf ""WANTED 1,000 fowls, 25c. a I" live weight, send cam, i. uu", 2s: Brattleboro. iri-tf MYTPn Hirl for cashier-account t lin afreet store. Address Box 11. care lieformer Office. in ivvTT.Ti Oirl for housework n" fo,;ii- rof.rfnees desired. Address rIUlll ini'in.t , Box '22, care lieformer. WANTED To ir;?-tf Ipnse a farm with i. ,i tnia fnr n tprm of years. W. r Ti.nh Winchester. N. II. 14..Mo. lies wis FOR SALE Mii. nM i'ihi g jpyi. i i I i iii m I a uu , iJ ' ii Ml Howe. l-tlF FOR SALE Dry wood. Terley Flante. Tel. 53-K. 7-tt FOR SALE Cotton flour sacks 23 for $1.50. 97 Main St. 130-tt FOR SALE One Concord buggy, one one-horse truck. O. F. Howe. 114-u FOR SALE Hard wood nice and dry. Tel. T.ll'l. ChesterlieM, X. II. 14D-154 FOR SALE Furniture and ranges, new and second-hand, at J B. Dantorfs. FOR SALE Thoroughbred Morgan horse, 5 years old. 37 So. Main St. 150-155 FOR SALE A couple of two-tenement houses on Myrtle street. C. B. (CrowelL 40-tf w w-TPn f'nnnhle woman position in small family; best of refer-1 t'nees. P.ox 3, c-o Reformer Office. l.0-tfj FOR SALE Carpenter bench two- man saw. wooden cunboard. S5 Green St. 149-tf FOR SALE Dry hard wood, in chunks or split. E. R. Thomas, West Brattle boro. Tel. 14-3. 141-tf FOR SALE- Hard wood for stove, refer-j furnace or in 4-ft. length. Tel. J73-R. 1'ostomce l.ox n;. i.-j.-t WANTED Small furnished house or i. ri o,inrtiiiiit- wit li modern Address .1. li. xenipic venienees. Al- FOR SALE Dodge roadster, mechan ically perfect and first class- power, seen at Mosher's Garage. FOR SALE Modern two-apartment WANTED To hear from owner whonouse on one 0f Brattleboro's best streets. sell a six or jw-rooiu uinw . ijox ju. lieformer Uince. . . riss A 1 louse. ls.r- tead. N. II. 154-155 desires to in Brattleboro former Office. 154-150 FOR SALE Ford truck with top and i IVEftSAL 4 VACUUM y BOTTLES All sizes, all styles . 1 quarts, pints, half-pints, and fillers for all of 'em. Quart and pint food pars. 4 large and small lunch kits 1 all at prices that is as ' close to being about right i as the manufacturers can make it. 1 Fillers that sold for $3.75 last winter4- are now $2. The - pint filler that sold last winter for $2.50 is now $1.50 some drop and there will be another drop when eggs get back to the old year-a"ound price of twenty-live cents a dozen. C00LIDGE SEES JLoyell & Telfer lilt L li tLUUUS Vice President Is Optimistic Over Busi ness and Political Outlook At t , Northampton NORTH AM riOX, Mass., Aus. 29. Au optimistic summary of the present business situation was given by Calvin Coolidge, vice president of the United States, at his home here yesterday. "1 here is every reason for the American people to feel encouraged at the out look," he declared and went on to say N,iat the New Lnuland industries were the first to recover from "the recession of public purchasiiti; power," and that this should be followed bv a business revival in the West and South. "We snail need patience, energy and cour age," lie warned, but added ouii klv that Brattleboro's Oldest Reliable ......... i Hardware Store lr .it'. ,f chas. f. &mim JIain TEL 38 S8 Main Antostrop Safety Razors 30D ay Free Trial. iv a vTPn A man who has a and wagon or car, that can furnish a per sonal bond for ,?500. For full particulars write P. O. Box 205Rutland, t. 13o-tf ANTED Girl or middle-aged wom an for general housework ; one who de tires a good homo more than large wages. Address c-o lieiormer uuiit horse ,:., f,.,.;t,,r t.i r.iT-r ir.:?.tf WANTED Any person who has tired, aching burning, itching feet to use Snow Drop Salve, 25c, works wonuVrs. lor sale at C. F. Thomas's and U . I Root s Pharmacies. l.J-luo WANTED Beef, hogs and calves and frpsh cows, delivered at my place Saturday or at the depot Monday morning. I will pay market price. II. G. Clark, Brattleboro. lvnTKIl Loral salesman or lady One with light automobile preierrcu, Tej ).2. though not absolutely necessary, line. IViz money. Write at once. Ring, Lock Box 323, St. Johnsbiiry. A 152-1.) FOR SALE Last Block wood. Dur ing the month of August, $13.00 9 cord delivered. Nothing less than one-cord lots. Tel. , 126-tf FOR SALE At half the cost of lumber my new garage on Newfane Hill. Can 150-101 i easily be converted into summer camp. tor particulars write or telephone Mrs. J. EMartir 142-tf HfoITsALE Osota bread flour, ?10.50 per barrel, cotton .$1.35 in paper; pastry Hour $!) per barrel, 1.20 in 'H paper. Money back if you do not like it. Brattleboro Grain Co. 114-tf FOR SALE Four-weeks-old pigs $1. also a good work horse, set of second 1-tfiteam harness, ensilage cutter and blower mounted on trucks, to he purchased at your own price. lx. .J. 1 erkins iV Nin 152-tf Dandy M. II. Vt. SPECIAL NOTICES LIGHT' TRUCKIXG and jobbing by automobile. Tel. 633-M, Shaw's Garage. 112tf CHIROrODIST Elizabeth P. Bailey, 208 Barber Bldg. 9 to 122 to 5. 'Phone COti-W. 1-tf TO RENT TO REXT Tenement at 3 Linden St Mrs. F. Hamilton. Tel. 252. 119-tf TO RENT Six-room modern house (for adults).. Inquire 14 West St. 154-150 LOST. LOST Oak arm chair, leather seat, on Black Mt. road near Morse home. Please Carl A. Mitchell UNDERTAKER Lady Attendant 180 Main Street Telephone 83-i-W or 834-R ";T. . i iti rv Jit. i i 1 1 u-i i i ' ' i ' - in'iiir. x n-ur AUTOMOBILE FOR HIRE, evenings notifv Harris at , , Fishpr-S fann OI1 d Sundays AN. T. Cainey, 21 Thomas hp lnountain roa,, 153-151 and St. Tel. 081 -R Cl-tf BARGAINS IN MAGAZINES Most favorable terms on single subscriptions or on reduced club rates. Send for booklet. Brattleboro News Co. 1-tf MAGAZINES xVT 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 New fane, Vt. 1-tf YOUNG MAX student wants position where he can earn all or part of his living 'xpense ; has worked at soda fountain in drug store. Also worked in garage. Can wait on table for his meals or care for walks or furnace for room rent. Box Y. lieformer Office. 152-tf NOTICE! We have purchased the re tail milk business of,R. L. Brooks and will begin delivering ii'iilk from our herd on the Barber farm next Monday morning at 10c. per quart for bulk milk and 12c. per bottle. Our cows are under federal supervision and are tested for tuberculosis every year. A 'phone call 9-22 or iostaI card will bring our service to your door. (J. J. Perkins & Son. 153-154 TO BE WELL DRESSED your furs must be up-to-date. We remodel, repair and niake all kinds of fur garments into the latest style. If you have any tanned or untanned skins we will tan and make them up into chokers, scarfs, muffs, etc. Y'ou take no chances. Y'ou get the same skins back. We do all our own tanning, repairing and making. Send goods by par cel iost. . We will tell you cost before starting work. R. L. Bordeaux, Qualitv furs, high grade taxidermy. 32 Central Square, Keene, X. II. 'Phone 058-M. 142-tf WANTED Boy Over 16 Brattleboro Baking Co. WANTED Men and Women Snow Flake Canning Co. WANTED Boys for Sunday Route Brattleboro News Company WANTED AT ONCE A High -Grade Young Man Preferably with experience, to sell Men's Furnishings Saturday afternoons from 3 p. m. to 10 p. m. Good opportunity for right party. References required. Reply to A. It. C. REFORMER CARL F. CAIN MERCHANT TAILOR "Lilii 13? Main Street LOST Black leather purse either in Brattlelxiro Baking Co's store or be tween there and Cloverdale. Reward if returned to the Cloverdale store. 140-154 AUCTION Thursday, Sept. 1, 1921 at 1 o'clock p. in. The L. IJ. Reed house on Fair Gronnd road and household furniture, includ ing b;;Ls. bedding, range, sewing ma chine, etc. I.. B. REED. A. i. .Ga'"'.v. Auctioneer. Ladies' and Gentlemen's Clothes CLEANED. PRESSED AND ALTERED Satisfaction Guaranteed Prompt Service Brooks House Barber Shop J. M. PERRY PIANO and ORGAN TUNER Prompt and Efficient TuniDg 92 So. Main St. Tel. 1118-W NOTICE Public Auto Service Day or Night New Cleveland Six Tel. 3R-W. Jj. I. SNOW or Tel. f75 Nights and Sundays Office 35 Main St. DON'T FORGET That I Have a 7-Passenger Auto for Hire WALTER M. BOBBINS Telephone 2C9-W- Evenings. Holidays and Sundays Wednesday Afternoons During Summer Carney's Auto Service 21 THOMAS STREET Telephone 681-R FRANK A. SNOW Violin Teacher Call Tel. fi76-M 10 Putney Road PIANO TUNING EDWARD F. LEITZINGER 'Phone liouse after 6 p. m., or Barber's Music Store Which Costs More? To Have Insurance and Not Need It i OR To Need Insurance and ; Not Have It Geo. M. Clay General Insurance Agency Dank Block Brattleboro, Vt. FOR SALE Modern 12-Rcom House Can be one- or two-tenement, just as owner wants. Large- garden, extra lot. Nice barn or garage, just as you need it for. Must be sold as business requires a change. Price reasonable. Inquire 3 Lo cust Street, or Telephone 732-W, Brattleboro, Vt. Automobile Service Run on Eastern Standard Time NORTH FIELD and BRATTLEBORO Daily Except Sunday Leave P. M. Northfleld. George's Pharmacy, 12.10 East Northfleld, C. P. Buffurn'a Store 12.50 South Vernon, E. B. Bullum's Store 12.35 Central Park 12.H0 Vernon Store 12.55 Arrive Brattleboro ..j. ........ . 1.20 Leave Brattleboro, Root's Pharmacy . 4.00 Vernon Store 420 Central Park 4.30 South Vernon, E. B. Buffuni's Store 4.43 East Northfleld, C. P. Buffuni's Store ,., 4.50 Arrive Northfleld 5.00 Order Book at Root's Pharmacy, Brattleboro. Vt. " ARTHUR LYMAN Northfleld Mass. Telephone it 4-3 AUTOMOBILE SERVICE RTJir OK EASTERN STANDARD TIME TOWNSIIEND TO BRATTLEBORO AND RETURN DAILY EXCEPT SVJrTDA Leave 1st Trl 2d Tri fowmheod. Chi't Stort, 6.! 5 a.m. 11. JU a.iu. N'ewfano Inn, 6.30 m.ro-1.50 .m Williamtville Station, 6.50 a.m. 1Z05 p.m. W est Dummenton Store, 7.U5 a.m. 12.20 p.m. Arrive Brattleboro. 7-25 a. m. li) pxi Leave Brattleboro, Socfa Phar macT. 9.15 a.m. 4.00 p-m. West Dummenton Store, 9.35 a.m. 4.28 p.m. Williamsvilla Station, 9.55 a.m. 435r.m. Newfane Inn. 10.10 a.m. V55p.ro, Arrive Townshend. 10.25 a.m. SUA poo. Order book at Root' Pharmacy. Brattfaborc I. S. SAYRE, Townshend, Vt. Telephone, Newfane, 31-31. 1 lie. prosiieet was extremely- encourag iti. ' lXnietie problems, Mr. Coolidge (minted out, were dependent on foreign conditions over wbieb our nation can often have no control, lie stated t hat t lie present uncertainty made it ditli cnlt to tell wbat laws ounlit to be transacted. The chief icason for the re cess of congress was to Rive the commit tees grappling with these problems a chance to devote all their attention to them without being distracted by work on the lloor of congress. me vice president referred to the pas age of the tarilf and tax revision bills y the house and the introduction ' of he railroad relief bill as constructive teps towards a return of business nor nalcy. He also said that the various lepartments were effecting rigid econo mies under the direction of General )avcs and the government was rapidly :ehir put back on a peace time basis. The problems before the present ' jiov- riiment, said -Mr. ( oolule, " are very ;reat and more intricate than at any ither time in the history of our conn ry. Domestic problems are dependent apon toreign conditions, often times vcr which our nation can have no coti Lrol. The main ditticulty everywhere is uncertainty, which makes it very diih ult, not only to transact business, bub o determinee what laws ought to be. nacted. The congress is undertaking .o relieve the business situation. "Xaturally, the different business hities are each asking for relief. The most superficial investigation veals that they are all dependent adi other. The former is askimr Vtter credit and transportation facili ties; the manufacturer is seeking a let ter market for his output; railroads ire asking credit to tide them over an 'ra of diminishing returns. Business in general wants to know what the com "ii;x tax rate is (joing to be. Ii is obvious that these readjustments are inter-re lated. j "The working out of these details is a matter renuiiinji a great deal of study jand investigation. It is work that has To be done in the different committees, j There are vast interests involved, and j only the greatest care can determine ! the proper remedies. Much progress has already been made. The chief reasot I tor taking a rei es ,y congress was to. many irive the committees engaged on these' :lces. groat problems an opportunity to give them their undivided attention, hampered by the requirement of work on the floor. The house has already Passed tariff bill and the taxation bill. A for the relief of the railways is undtr way. The various departments under the direction of General Dawes are al- jes MICROMETER Range O to one Inch. Clamp Ring preserves setting. PLANES, Bits, Chisels, Augers, Levels, Plumbs, Plumb Bobs , Files, Rasps, Saw Sets ,Wed We Appreciate Your Trade Solicit Your Patronage Guarantee Satisfaction Your Needs Our First Consideration PRICES RIGHT LOVELt & TELFER 110 BIAIN STREET SATISFACTORY SERVICE HAYS COMPLETES POSTAL SAVINGS nc bub re on for rate of interest to from "2 to 3 per cent, maximum amount he al $k each depositor from $2J00 to -h the minimum limit acre of 10 Thomas T. Britian Fire Accident Insurance Liability Life Wilder Bldg., Brattleboro SAVE YOUR TREES Pruning, Bolting. Cavity Work J. J. LYONS Box 343, Brattleboro, Vt. ready riirid ran idly sis. "There is every ican people to f n proce monies, returning of enforcing the most The government is to a peace time ba- reason for the Arner el encouraged at thd out look... These New Kmdand industries which ' were the first to feel the reees sion of the public purchastrtt?' power : year ago last spring, have been the firs to recover. This should be followed bv the recovery of other lines of business in the West and South. "In addition to tins, there is the pros pei-t of worbl relief in the dtsarmamen conference. We shall need patience "Henry and courage but the outlook fo every desirable business activity is ex t remely encourag; ng." ' Would Increase Interest and Amount of Deposits More Postofliees Available WASHINGTON", Aug. 29. Postmaster tJeneral liavs has completed his draft of his postal savings plan to "break" the old stocking bank and submitted it to Congressman Steenersou of the house postottice and post roads committee, who will take it up when congress re sumes the session. The features if Mr. Hays's scheme are these: Increase the paid depositors Increase the lowed (Ml. Aboli years. Authorize joint and trust accounts. Terminate the practice of surrender ing deposits and receiving in lieu thereof I'nited States coupon and res ist ereil bonds. Administrative changes will lie made to extend postal savings facilities to as as possible of the 53,000 postof Deposits now are accepted at only about (.:;( offices. The funds collected will be rcdepos itcd in local banks, ami interest will be paid on deposits held less than one thvvear. bill A campaign of education will be con- uuited and a tinger-pruit system identification extended as rapidly jsos-ible. I '"We do not want the deposits of sav-i ings Lanks," the postmaster ceneral said "but there is a tremendous' amount ot hoarded wealth in tins coun try which is out of circulation now, and has not been coaxed out of hiding by either the savings banks or jostal sav ins. ' ' ur- any of as SING SING PRISONERS FORGE. Rogus Checks For $1I.0K Fhtmd Three Placed In Solitary Connnrment. OSSIXING. X. Y., Aug. Convicts who dealt in spurious checks before be coming inmates of Sing Sing prison, have eomunieu to piy ineir trade ociund prison walls, it was learned yesterday, when it developed that checks totalling $11,00(1 had been forged by prisoners assigned to mice duty. Three men have been placet in solitary -ontinement and Warden Lewis !. Lawes has begun an investiga tion. I!la:ik checks torn from the hack of the Vinson check liooks were said to have brcn used by the convicts. All the forg cries were effected within the past eight weeks and seven or eight of the forged checks were said to have been returned 'o me prison, paid and canceled, it was intimated that banks cashing the checks would be compelled to stand the loss. On two other occasions in the past four years when convicts have been found LESS REVENUE, MORE EXPENSE ;:.!t.v mu lie of the dniilar loss. practices, the state ha: The money back system is evidenced by our Endowments. You lake out more than you put in if you live, ami if you die you leave all you would have had if you had lived. Xa tional Life Ins. Co. of Vt. (Mutual.) F. C. DINES. Special Agent Rrattleboro, Vt. WINCIIESTER-BRATTLERORO JITNEY; House 8 a. m., 1.15 (Hinsdale) 8.30 Winchester m. Mann's Store !. p. m. Return Trips Leaves Root's Pharmacy 10.30 i 4.30 p. m. ' Daily Except Sunday leaves P. leaves a. m. TO RENT Two Large Rooms EMERSON BUILDING, ELLIOT ST. Good light and ventilation. Steam heat. H. L. EMERSON Year 1921 Not So Profitable to Govern mentNew England Figures WASHINGTON, Aug. 2!. Internal revenue collections Irom all sources during the fiscal -year 1921 decreased more than $S12,0f.H.(H0 as compared with! the previous year while the cost of col-, lection advanced from 55 cents to 88 cents for each 10o collected, according to a preliminary statement issued last night by Commissioner J'.lair. Total collections for 1021 amounted to 4..!Vc-(ni.7(. against .$5.4d7,5S0,2.)l in 1020, while income and profits taxes ielded S-?25,7'!(l,(r. compared with O.Vi.P;Mi.(Vi;j the previous year, and miscel laneous taxes produced $1,1(59,210,112 against 1,4.H.G44.24S in 1920. I Receipts from the national prohibi-, lion act during 1021 were ?2,152,0S3 as compared with $G41,(20 collected during the previous fiscal year. In addition, Commissioner Ulair estimated that col-, lections made by the justice department from fines and forfeits for violation of the act would approximate S2.5O0.0tio. I Incomes and profits taxes and total revenue collected in New England fol low: Vermont s4(.37o and Sf.2."5.2.'U. Maine SI 4.458,852 and .17,S22.9S5. llhode Island S.o,0,i!19,Sii9 and S 12,221, 070. New Hampshire S.3(2,0S3 and $10. 231.41';. Massachusetts $214.O5fi,10t) and 253, 89fi.:Hl. Connecticut $40.187,llfi and $71,372,388 OLDSMORILE PRICES CUT. Affected by Passenger Cars and Trucks Reduction. NEW YORK. Aug. '20. A reduction in the price of most Oldsmobile passen ger car models and trucks was to be put into eiTect today, according, to an an nouncement by the General Motors Yr poration. 221 West Fifty-seventh street. Among reductions are the following: Four cylinder roadster. $1.H2.". to Sl. 14.": four cylinder coupe. JR1.N0.". to S1. 045: four cylinder sedan. $2,100 to Sl. S15; the "small eight" touring car. $1. 725, to S1.f;25, and the "small eight" coupe. $2.22."i. to .$2.1 N.".. No change is made in the "small eight'' sedan. The "large eight" touring car and pacemaker models are now priced at !1, 735. and the "large eight" sedan, for merly $2,775, is now $2.(5."15. RETAIL MILK AT EIGHT CENTS. Pittsfleld Dealers to Try to Establish Wholesale Price at Seven Cents. PITTSFIELI). Mass.. An jr. 20. A meeting of all the milk producers of Ilerkshire county has been called for Tuesday night at the Y. M. O. A., audi torium in an assembly at which an effort will be made to. organize them firmly to insure a uniform price for milk in this county. Recently a price of seven cents a ouart was fixed by producers selling milk in I'ittsfiehl. but other producers have con tinued to sell at a lower price and chain stores in this city have kept their retail price down to eight cents a quart, while local distributers have recently raised their, price from 12 to 13 cents a quart, retail. The producers describe this meet ing as the "fight to the finish" meeting. 4 rriendlvj Atmosph ere H You know how cold some persons can be; they chill the very atmosphere. Others warm and fill with sunshine the air about them. So it is with banks and other business concerns. Our aim is to have a friendly atmos phere always enveloping this bank. We want all visitors and customers to be friends of the bank and of one another. ffc T ' Vermont National Bank Brattleboro, Vt. Safety Strength Service inw mti wmm j urir r nwwrrmrMirTMif---1 Do You Know That the S. A. Smith Manufacturing Company ! OF BRATTLEBORO, VT Is One of the Largest Producers of Wooden Toys in the United States ? Is it not good business . judgment to help finance such a strong local business? We will gladly furnish information regard ing their new issue of 8 per cent Convertible Gold Notes. VERMONT INVESTMENT CORPORATION Room No. 1, American Bldg., Brattleboro, Vt. Telephone 55 Buy Experience Executorship of other men's affairs is a specialized business. An individual rarely has an opportunity to ac quire all the necessary qualifications or this work. The wide experience of this company in acting as Executor and Trustee have given it a particular fitness for this important task. Knowledge gained through many years in caring for diversified properties enables this Company to achieve the utmost for estates. Ask Mr. Gale, our trust officer, about the administra tion of your estate. Brattleboro Trust Company MEMBER AMERICAN BANKERS' ASSOCIATION iO Q O O CTT3 O O O 0 0 0 AN Have you money to invest? lN expert detects the risky features ot investments which, to the inexperienced may seem perfectly safe. If you are thinking of investing money, let us give you the benefit of our knowledge and experience. Peoples National Bank BRATTLEBORO, VT. 0 0 t.-:. - v."