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THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY REFORMER, TUESDAY, OCTOBER -25. 1021.
UMBERS UP YOUR SORE STIFF JOINTS WEATHER exposure and hard work bring pains and ache3 in muscles and joints. Have a bottle of Sloan's Liniment handy and apply freely. Penetrates without rubbing. You will find at once a comforting sense of warmth which will be followed by a relief from the soreness and stiffness of aching joints. Also relieves rheumatism, sciatica, neuralgia , sprains and strains . For forty years pain's enemy. Ask your neighbor. . At all druggists 35c, 70c, $1.40. WARDENS PREDIC PLENTY! GAME Survey Shows Largest Sup ply In Years Now Available Liniment (3 5,000,000 NIMRODS WILL GO SHOOTING ROLLS .or MADE WITH Record Breaking Number of Ducks, and Geese Best Shootine from November 15 to December 1 Ruffed Grouse, Quail and Deer Plentiful. WASHINGTON, Oct. 5 There - will bo more pimp for American hunter this vpfir tTinn .it anv time in the last five venrs. iiecordinsr to a snrvev made by the biological survey, of the department agriculture. The survey shows that in some localities there are more (hicks and geese than the oldest inhabitants have seen before. Quail and deer an plentiful, the reports show. All told, the r..(MMt.()!M hunter? carry a Run into river between likely t very THAT REMINDS ME WHEN M?5 VOUT? ffSlATlVES 1 f I WE Li!' HOW WHOT'sj COMING TO VISIT US ? I ft A THE MATTER WITH ) Hall .& Farwell SPECIAL r.Oe LUNCH FOR WEDNESDAY Pork Chops Mashed Potato Bread and Butter Coffee, Tea or Milk Devil's C.ike ' With Whipped Cream Something hot every night Supper time. at W1NCHESTER-BRATTLEEOKO JITNEY lions 8 a. m., 1.15 (Hinsdale) Leaves Winchester p. m. Leaves Mann's Store a. m., 1.55- p. M. Return Trips leaves Root's Pharmacy 10.30 4.30 p. m. Daily Except Sunday 8.30 in., who will the field or to lake or now and X'ejv ears are find the happiest hunting rninds for many years, according to reports from game wardens stationed fiom Maine to Florida, and from the At lantic to the Mississippi. The depart ment recently sent a letter of inquiry lo each warden and now has given out :i 'iitMoiarv of their renlies. In Maine there are a number of loea-, tions where indications point to (rood, o-.-e.- hunting Uueks are reported. abundant in numerous hays, witti coi lr- d al shootni'.r good alor.tr the coat. i hea sants are not numerous, but ruffed gruise uiv plentiful all over the state. p:irn cularly in the northern portions. W dd geese may be found in goodly numbers in Great South I'.av. Long Island. In Virginia and .North Carolina, there will be record-breaking Hocks of ducks nid ffpse Huffed grouse, pheasants .loi.i- ;ind minil ;ire nlentiful. Tin i:ut mirit ;es liave reuuestt countv game wardens to rciort available accomodations f.-r hunters, in expecta tions of a large influx. In New York and Pennsylvania the flight of ducks and gee.se is reported to be unusually huge, and in general good hunting is predicted on bays and lakes. Huffed grouse, scarce for several sea sous, are to be- found in abundance. (Jood pheasant hunting may be had in New York, and the Adirondack are re ported to be veil supplied with deer. PI -rid.i boa-ts more ducks, geese anil shore birds than ever. Quail, wild tur keys and deer are rejorted also to be moii' abundant than for several years. There are also a number of bear seat- burg to Natcbes splendid duck and goose shooting is in prospect at Ileelfoot Lake. Tenn.. where the season opens Nov. 1. Southern and Western Kentucky report an abundance of quail. Apparently there will be excellent duck shooting in the Lake Erie region along the northwestern border of Ohio. Pin tails and mallards are coming fast into that territory. Michigan duck shooting has been excellent in the Monroe and Wayne county territory. Geese have not 'vet come south in this section. Ohio will" have good pheasant shooting in i tl;, Hinrthern and. southwestern sec- j tions. Huffed grouse are reported in I good quantity in the state'.- northeast- era counties. j Missouri wardens are looking for good .duck shooting about the last of Oclo 'ber. to last for a month. Goose . shoot - ing is good in .Mississippi couiiiy. jiu.. where many farmers have decoy Teese which can lie rented at moderate prices. Most every wheat field there has its goose pits, ordinarily large enough for three hunters. The best dates for g ose shooting are regarded as Nov. 15 to Dec. 1. tjuail are reported plentiful throughout the state. Ducks are reported in fair numbers in their usual haunts in Minnesota. Th prairie chicken shooting season there is over anj the partridge hunters face a closed season. Quail are not plentiful, nor are deer, but moose are reported in their usual number. WATCHING GE1A landing army and 'the continued "ex iiendilure ,of money 'To1 "milif arv estab lishments whieji oujcht to bet devoted to the industrial ' rehabilitation' of France if not to the' payment of her own war debt. - .. Faith ' In New Government American Commissioner Dressel is on intimate terms with all the various po litical leaders iu Berlin and such indi cations as he gives of the impending changes wtuld lead to the conclusion that the, new cabinet, particularly if controlled by Ilerr Streseman of .the people's party, would be as sincere as was Chancellor Wirth toward the allies. Until the downfall of Herr Wirth it was .not realized generally what a sta bilizing force he was in the councils of Europe. For the first time since the war the work of a "German chancellor was openly commended in the French parliament by her premier. Mr. Lloyd Ueorge uia the same in. the British nar liament and on one occasion here,Secre tary Hughes took occasion to show his faith in the good intentions of Chan cellor Wirth, Certainly -.lie was not lacking in moral support from the allied and associated powers. It would set Jutrope .Lack a whole year if the new chancellor attempted . to appease the monarchists and conservatives bv defy ing the allies again. The first expression' (Continue on Page 7.) f . - IIMMMWIUIIIIWIWlMMIIHIIIlll Investing With Safety by our plan, is as easily accomplished as ordinary shopping and we invite all who would invest their funds at seven per cent interest, without bother or worry, to try our Securities. : ; . , ' Our well-equipped organization is at your disposal and you may feel free to- rorae to our oflice at your convenience and inspect our f securities. 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PUTNAM, Sales Manager BRATTLEBORO, VERMONT . - Thirty -Ave. years without loss to any Investor. , FiiwMiiwMiiiiHiiwiiwiiiiaiBBiimiimnfflH N CABINET CHANGES Hoped New . Ministry Will Continue to Meet Repara tion Obligations CHANCELLOR WIRTH GOOD PAYMASTER the -tate There is a pos large flocks of northwest section tcred o sibility. lHwever. that ducks and teese in the of the state may be scared away, over night, as they were last season, by an airship. The' migratory birds fly away iiit as M-iin after ike aviator's arrivt I as they can. Quails are reported in West Tennessse and Mississippi in record-breaking mini ler. There is also good duck shooting along the Mississippi River. From Yicks- AUTHORIZES USE OF BEER AS MEDICINE Regulations me nt Issued by Treasury Sin-prise to leaders Dry Forces. WASHINGTON. Oct. '". A Hyacinths Narcissus Daffodils Tulips Crocus PLANT NOW In Beds for Spring Flowering In Pots for Winter Use HOPKINS THE FLORIST h " t -fir-f-V V. e -----J mkM , mtmmmM Hot Water Bottles A good, reliable Hot Water Bottle is a necessity in every home. For aches, pains and a hundred and one other uses it is ideal. We have selected most carefully our line of Ho Water . Bottles, Fountain -. Syringes and other Rubber Goods. Our Hot Water Bot tles are of a quality that can be depended upon that will not fail you -in any emergency. And they will give long-lasting service. Depart of s unex pected as a rainstorm in a desert, regula tions permitting the manufacture and use of beer for medical purposes were issued yesterday by the treasury depart ment. Withheld since March last, when Attorney General Palmer held the use l beer as a medicine to be b'gal under the prohibition laws, the issuance of the beer regulations cairn as. a complete jirise to leaders of the dry forces. declared with tht Carried Out Provisions of Versailles Treaty American Commissioner Dres sel Thinks New Government Will Be Honest With Allies. I5v DAVID LAWRENCE (Special Dispatch to The Reformer.) Copyright 1921. WASHINGTON, Oct. 25 Germany's tabinet chances are purely political ai. I i.ot economic. j I nless the new chancellor adopts an: attitude of hostility toward fulfillment' of German obligations to the allies, the1 ne v.- ministry will be of no particular importance externally. This is the view taken in ton where the approaching Washing-proclama tion of peace between Germany and the I nited Mates is counted upon to help any new ministry, in Germany provided that ministry shows the same'good faith as did Chancellor. Wirtn in attempting to meet reparation payments. The cal inct change in Germany comes at a critical moment. The next pay ment due the allies from Germany is Novemlter loth. Official tenor li:v in. site- j divatvd nr ovtu,r- timw t hat OrmanT w no would pay . tin pay . tin installment there had bet-n an understanding month though there has treasury that the new rules doubt about her ability due promulgated until the sen upon the pending anti-leer should not lw ate had acted bill. Secretary Mellon, in making the an nouncement, declared that '"the legal rights of the parties concerned being plain, the department is unable longer to delay the issuance of these regulations." The new rules cover comprehensively the use of beer, wines and spirituous liquors as medicines. . ' The amount of leer n physician may prescribe at one time for the use of the same person is liitiited to 12' o gallons, the equivalent of a case, but no arbitrary limit is placed upon the number of such prescriptions 11 physician may write or the same persnn may obtain within a given period. next been some to meet the i.ext one in .March. 1 he feeling here, however, ims been that if the German cabinet were properly supiHrtcd it would be able to consolidate tiie various elements in the situation so as to get by the March payment, too. Nothing, on the other hand will- be regarded as" more unfortunate than a tendency on the part of tha new cabinet to assume a haughty air toward German treaty obligations. This, our people here le- ' e wouut only give .trance fort Ik cum lor tl:e maintenance ef a r ox- large Save Coal Kerosene is Cheaper npHIS fall make your home cozy A' and comfortable with a Perfection Oil Heater. . 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