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THE: ,BTAmXEBORO DAILY, REffQipMB, .TOypAY. JAJARY; 10,92?
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS 5 cents ajine first insertion; 2 cents a lino each subsequent'insertion. Cash in Advance. Minimum Charge, 20 cents. WANTED. WANTED Competent girl for general housework. 5 Chapin St. 2lS-t WANTED Washing to do. Mrs. C. J. Merrihekl. West I'.rattleboro, Vt. 270-tf WiYTFTCFiimilv washing and iron- Tel. .;..-l l. -n;i--a- ing to do at home. WANTED Individual calling or delivery washing, no FOR SALE. FOR SALE Good fire rteht. Tl. SOC-N. Full SALE A ffv watches Howe, 117 Main St. wood, price 2.-.S-271 E. JTl-lt Vi FOR SALE Old Comfort sleigh. E. . Adams, Washington St. 7-272 WANTED Wash woman to do washing weekly. Address "Wash, Reformer. . . -' FOR SALE Furniture and ranges 110 Elliot St. Door J. 'new and second-hand, at J. 1. Uunton s. 4 FOR SALE Dry hard wood, chunks mall or split. E. E. Mather, Tel. 13-5. l4-tf 1 " r;.u care , 271 -tf i WANTED Capable reliable woman for -WOOD. FOR SALE 4 senrral housework. -Mrs. C. G. hf;'A. G. Nichols, West BrattU 2 Chestnut Hill. 2.1-tf , live weight. Send card, M. 283, Brattleboro: FOR SALE--Fresh ground beef scraps and bone. W. F. Richardson Co. 214-tf ft. or chunk. Brattleboro. Tel. 142. 2Cl-tf WANTED 1,000 fowls, 2us. a pounu ynR SALE Light one-horse traverse isiacii, lioxi , . Tipoffiphoro Grain Co. Tel. .27. 151-tf WANTED Woman or girl to do house work a few hours week days. Address Box D. E., care Reformer. 2..!)-tf WANTED Posit ion as housekeeper in small faiiHly or caj-ing for invalid or con valescent for a few weeks. Tel. M7-V . 2l-2i. WANTED A few more customers for our Guernsey dairy butter. e also have home-cured salted pig pork. F. A. rhelps, Brattleboro, Yt. Tel. 0-4. 203-tf W ANTED To rent on or before April 1, a tenement or cottage house of at hast live rooms with modern improvements, bv a familv of three persons. Box 102, iiartford, Yt. 203-tf WANTED Man around 4." to sell guaranteed shrubs, roses, fruit trees and plants in this territory. Permanent posi tion. Weekly pay to representatives. WHtc Oakland Nurseries, Manchester, Conn., for particulars. 2n3-tf FOR SALE Four-ft. wood or sawed to order. G. J. Perkins & Son. Tel. 9-22. 243-tf FOR SALE Four-foot wood, $S a cord, stova length, $9.50, D. II. Wright, Tel. 13-2. 24Stf FOR SALE First quality hay ar the Pratt farm. John E. Smith, Tel. 34-W or 83S-W, 270-27."! FOR SALE Beech and Maple wood, price ?S, $10 and $12 per cord. F. E. Gam moll. Tel. 211-12. 24 1-tf FOR SALE Horse, harness and sleigh Will Exchange for poultrv. Also 20 nice L L nn'lets. Tel. 324-15 25$ tf FOR SALE One oak rolled top desk one safe, express sleigh and one singh sleigh. Rockwell & - Sherwin. 20!-tf FOR SALE Fifty cords of wood, $'.) ner cord. Give vour order now. I- ranK 270-271 Sears. Yernon. Yt. Tel. 17-24. 23-tf -vva VTVnAIidfPp-.iffed or elderly FOR SALE Fair of bay horses, as woman for light housework and cheerful good a 'pair as there is in the county. mnnnionshii for Mrs. Howe. We arc in L. M. F.rosnahan, lOrKElliot St. 25!-tf Corbin Door Che c k For office, shop or home the new model does trick is positive in ac tion and will outwear any other. Ask to sec one taken apart. Letter Boxes House Numbers and fresh Eveready Flashlights. CHAS. F. MANN 38 Main TEL, 38 38 Main Autostrop Safety Razors 30-Day Free Trial. TO RESTOCK BRITISH FORESTS the country . but on main ; stage road. Write stating wages expected, etc. L. P. Howe, Marllwro, Yt. - 2GS-272 SPECIAL NOTICES. FOR SALE Australian calf fur foat with muskrat collar, good as new. Price right. H. Allen. West P.rattleb..ro. , 270-tf FOR SALE Thoroughbred R. C. andj S. C. R. I. Red coekrels from splendid laving strain. Gwendolyn I-eleh. il 1 me iSt. 2;:-27i Carl A. Mitchell UNDERTAKER Lady Assistant 1 80 Main Street Telephone 83-I-W or 831-R "ELSIE B. STEADMAN, dressmaker.' 127 Main St. Tel. 1D2-R. 200-20.. iMiiiffii'i iiiiN i i ir. tirurirs at l r. m,.h i i - ....... .....i Bailey's office, 20. Barber block, phone r(i,H 1;, t;Ilm)Mj t.oon skms. ,,.,,.,. ,int 600. Resilience 43P-.T. lS--tt -(,v-r for 7-passnger car. G. R. Tucker. treet. S2.-.0 BITYS THE BEST driving horse 75 Frost iu New England For particulars seo G.j FQTi SALE We are now ready to de- t lliggins, innsuaie, -. n. i none i; a nice lot ((f strictly dry slab wood. BARGAINS IN MAGAZINES Most I Iolden& Martin Lumber Co. 158-t f favorable terms on single subscriptions ori FOR SALE ALL WOOL KNITTING on reduced club rates. Send for bcokiet. YARN. Direct from manufacturer, at Brattleboro News Co. 1-tf 7,-,e, SI. 25 and $1.50 a pound. Postage ! . rite for samples. armony. .Maine. ...-i " FRENCH DRY CLEANING, gloves yani on " on.ers. 111 . 11 i inc. tiita. . .... v..-. guaranteed. Jenney & Parmenter. 71 El- FOR SALE A cuii!i!ete Grimms sn- ! w, never oeen set ui; -xi l id arch. 500 sp'mts. buckets storage tank, settlms: cm, liot St. Telephone connection. 270-272 paring (iuttit. CHIROPRACTIC Dr. ( Otto Rysse at '"(';;lt;.,r Dr. U. k Lanes omce, jmoj wrcet. ,ils. bit. reamer and therm-.m- Telepbone id-. umce nours, jwnaajr, tt,,P- Twentv per cent less than Grimms" Read It ! Look at your insurance pol icy. Find out what a valua ble document it really is. what a wonderful service, it represents. The name of the company is the most important part. Are you insured' in a sound and reliable insurance com- pany ? Call on this agency. Tuesday, p. m. Wednesday, Friday, 2-5. 0-S list. S55H. rtin . I" " -'- D. 5. Brattleboro. Charles R. Brown. R. F. 27i -275 MAGAZINES AT LOWEST PRICES FOR SALE Ten horse power General "Write me about what magazines you'ElertKc; 'Aftoriiafine Cirri-fiit electric1 inW- , want for the coming year. l ean get thera tor, formerly used to drive cylinder pi ess. for you at money saving prices. Mrs. G. In Rood condition. Taken out to make M. Love, Magazine Specialist, South New- room for a variable speed motor. Also a fane, Yt. 1-tf quantitv of shafting, cones, pulleys, etc. . . .r . ,,r. , , . IjOW price for cash. Inquire of E. H. AiirJAih ioMitr JiaKt! inoie Crane, Manager Yermont Printing Co.. money selling our comoinaTion -SK'Kn,ss i;,.attlelw)ro 2M)-tf ii.l tifouont Tidlicirs. Alonthlv navments. , ' "Vi inpilic.-il evMiiiiuntion. I'.in onnortun-I FOR SALE HORSES itr Ww York S.sf.tv Keserve Fund. 2('il of .') head will arrin Broadwav. New York. 2(57-72 nine pairs BIG .MONEY FOR AGENTS Get our uroven formula for the making of "Hole Saver." Saves HO per 'ent of the coal bill. Used on either hard or soft Him.it0)1 im ,11 Ji. I M. E. Taylor & Son "Insurance You Can Depend On" Brattleboro, Yt. Importations of Fir and Spruce From Canada Are to Be Made for the Purpose. The British Isles are to be refor ested with Douglas fir and Sitka spruce from British Columbia. To ob tain the necessary peed, a seed ex tracting plant will be established at Svestrainster by the dominion forestry service. . ., Shipment of green cones has been found Impracticable. The new plant will handle a ton and a half of cones every six hours. The cones will. be dried under hot air blast and as they open, the seed will fall from the dry ing, cylinder of fine mesh Into a hop per. Present requirements call for 3,000 pounds each of fir and spruce seed annually for which It will be necessary to gather 120 tons of cones. SUka spruce cones will be collected on the Queen Charlotte islands where the tree flourishes In abundance. The cones of the Douglas fir will be gath ered on the western slopes of the Rocky mountains tributary to the Fraser river. This Is fur country of the Hudson's Bay company, now closing out Us lands in the prairie provinces to farm settlers. The company's posts are still dotted through this region of primeval wilderness. Investigations of the British com mission working out the vast refor estation scheme have shown Douglas fir and Sitka spruce best adap'-d for the purpose. Centuries of tree cutting have left the islands of the British group de nuded of forests and reforestation Is necessary to replenish the Umber. COULDN'T READ THE "SIGNALS' Telfer& McKay Brattleboro's Oldest Reliable Hardware Store Brattleboro. Vermont Poultry Profits are only to be had when certain condi tioiiH are met.- " - ' 1st. There must be cleanliness of quarters. 2nd There bust be plenty of Pure water. . Ilrd. There must be plenty of Good (rain. 4th. Sunshine and a free circulation of Dry Air are indispensible. April 1st. j does not necessarily mean all fools day. but the man whi finds, that he has not gotten tit least some of his chickens hatched out by -this time is llather Foolish for in orrer to Tiave your Pullets mature and begin laying by Oct. 1st, they must be hatched before April" 1st. If they don't. begin laying by cold weather, ordinarily you'll have to Support them all Winter without any wturns. Then when you try to have them convicted of Non-Supiort the conviction is that your neglect is resjtonsible and not the Pullets. Incubators ought to be ready for operation by Mar. 1st. We would like to explain to you the merits of the Buckeye Incubators and Brooders, for we know them to be the best that there is to be had and by reason of a iceuuction in 1'rices for tnis season, tney are tne most economical. Later. Mvstified Newcomers to New York Were Enlightened, and a Little Embarrassed. Newcomers to New York by steam shin begin to learn things about the city as soon as their vessel gets head ed up the harbor. There was a party ,f such on a vessel from Southern ports. From the roof of a high downtown office bull. ling they saw vhat ap peared to be a string of signal flags snapping in the breeze. Some were white, some were striped and one big one was a flaming red. "If we only knew the code we could tell what they mean," said a member of the party. -Perhaps they Indicate what channel we are to take up the river." "Or niavbe they are weather warn ings of some kind," guesseu anui. "Let's ask one of the officers They did. The officer looked first with the naked eye and then with his glasses. My next load! I'hursday, .Ian. !.. bays, greys, blacks, chestnut ind roans 27(M to :;;.M; singles FJ.iO t ISIM); a load of extra good hi.rses all ready t... 1, ,, ..,.1 !,.,,- '.II I. ,.. I I., , .!...! I Saves :;o per cent f the user's , ' . , ' , , an.iv).s Several ac- hand in pairs and singh coal. Can easily be made at home, at a j1n) (() lt;--( ;,.fore living Kct mv 'profit ot :) per cent. oal consumers .:,.)1S f ,.., saV(, V()ll j,i(.Mtv ,..!, grasp the opportunity to buy Establish hn..S(, 1;iank,.ts ,;ir'!H.ss and collars for a nermanent nu.-iness mi i nyi:iLr ikuik large buildings and factories. Further particulars upon request enclosing stamp for replv. Household Chemical Co.. l-s E. 3d St., St. Paul, Minn. 271-270 LOST. M. J. T LOST On Green street Saturday morning flexible flyer sled. Finder please return to 53 Green street and receive re ward. 2GG-tf tnault, GreeiiheiH. Mass. TO RENT. TO RENT tU7-M. ROOMS To RENT 'Phone 42.1. -Five-room tenement. Tel. 2G2-t at J2 High street. 270-tf Big- Bargains In Madc-td-Measure Custom Suits All Suits and Overcoats cut in price $2.50. Special numbers cut from S2.50 to Sl. from regular prices. If will pay you to come and see me if on are in need of Suit or Overcoat, a I can save you money. The Bel There Is In Fine Custom Tailoring. Suit Prices from I p WALTER H. HAIGH T.9 Washington Street TO RENT Two light apartments. Tel. 034. housekeeping 2US-273 FOR SALE 7 Heifers 7 Pure TO RENT Furnished room. Mrs. C. V. Grant. 42 Canal street. 21fi-tf TO KENT Furnislied apartment and one simile room. 109 lliuh St. Tel. 327-1!. 25iU f TO RENT One 3-room apartment. Purebred Guernsey A'earling; bred Guernsey, 4 months old; Guernsey-Viectrie lights, all furnished, ground fN"r. Holstein, yearling; Guernsey-Durham. Tel U7-M. 255 tf vearline: Guerosey-Ho'.stein, fa months Ladies' and Gentlemen's Clothes .CLEANED. PRESSED AND ALTERED Satisfaction Guaranteed Prompt Service Brooks House Barber Shop. All True. The guest was a smirking, sly sort of man. He hoped to make good with Ids host by winning the affection of his children. But for some reason seven-year-old Mary did not like him. Still he persisted and one evening when he entered the house and saw her all bedecked In a new dress, he said meaningly, "Fine feathers make fine birds, I see," and smiled at her father. Mary turned and looked at him and noticed the fur collar on his overcoat And then a little giggle escaped her, Oh. tine fur makes foxes, too," she returned. But she didn't know why the guest colored. Paraguay's Advanced Ideas. Students In the Paraguayan Institute are to be taught wrestling and fencing. Gymnastics will be given by a corps of professors In the schools and colleges of the republic of Paraguay. The In struction of the greatest number of in habitants possible in physical exercises will be encouraged by local champion ships, national and International games, and by propaganda In favor of physical development through lec turcs and sporting publications. His Ambition Don't you wish you was a bird, Jim my, anl couki ny away up in me mo-.-mused little Jean dreamily. "Naw!" scorned Jimmy. Iu ruther Thrift Week January 17 to 23 If we wish to prosper as a people . we must practice THRIFT. Each one's income should be -carefully divided so as to provide for the necessi ties of life, protect the family from loss oh ac count "of uhf orseen misfortune, provide a home, contribute to ,the public welfare and make pro vision for the future. Each day of THRIFT WEEK the attention of the people will be called to the best methods of accomplishing these ends. Vermont National Bailk SAFETY STRENGTH SERVICE Tint s the ianitor's wash hung out be a elephant and squirt water through ., e . - r,r.rmnc.f1 US HIV 11OS0. 1MIU1 OrUS Oil III ri"i i' 'i'.'. I he finished his survey. "The big red one is a tablecloth." Pittsburgh Dispatch. A Good Day for You to open that long contemplated account or to add to the one you already own is Tuesday, January 17 National Thrift Day On this date, the birthday of Benjamin Frank lin, inventor, statesman and Our Country's first thrift advocate, America declares its belief in the principles of Thrift. : All over the United States people will choose, this day to open a bank account and to strength en the habits of systematic thrift upon which national and individual success depends. Brattleboro Trust BRATTLEBORO, VT. Go old: Guernsey-Durham. 20 months old; Grade Guernsey, 2i years old, bred. 11 HOGS 11 Purebred Chester White Boar, three : Chester White Brood Sows, six Chester White Sow Pigs, Purebred I!oar Tig. Good Black Horse, fi years old; one Horse Sled; Guernsey Bull Calf. 6 months old; Purebred Guernsey Cow, 4 years old; Black Cow, 7 years old. The above are priced right for quick sale. E. .1. DODGE, South Xewfane, Vt. TO KENTA nie in the American bl Ileal Estate. steam heated room h'. John Howard 20.".! f TO RENT Four-room tenement, mod ern improvement, adults only. Impure Berkshire lteed M. -' " TO BENT The second floor of the Woolworth building; suitable for offices. Edgett & Co., Agents. 240-tf TO BENT Furnished room hot and cold water, toilet, heat, electric lights, and outside private entrance. Gentleman pre ferred. '.i Green St. Tel. 4U7-B. liO-tf Clerk Wanted We want the best gener al office clerk in Brattleboro .liojTj out-of-town work,' aged -.22 to 30 years. .Give full in-, f orrnation - with your appli cation. Address. P. .O. Box 109, Burlington, Vt.,. "Ain't it a gr-r-r-and and glorious feeling when you' have beeu pronounced physically tit by an insur ance examiner and covered chances by putting a substantial policy in force? Now is the time. Here is the place. National Life Ins. Co.. of Vt. F. C. DINES. Special Agent ' Brattleboro. Vt. Whence the "Spit Curl." The curl over the forehead, as worn by young ladies of today, has a very long'literary history, having been men tioned before the tiiue of Shakespeare, and probably has existed for many centuries. A very antique statue de picts Opportunity as having a bald head, save for one lock of hair in the center of the forehead. This was to show that there was but one chance to take advantage of an opportunity Doubtless the belles of that day, tak in-' the. lesson taught by the marble to heart, began to wear a similar lock n-1,,1 nroiiv i!s continued to the AH' J . i A uresent day. . .. .-!. The curls are mane to annere io me forehead, bv the application of any one of manv modern substances made expressly for that purpose. These curls are called by the commonalty, nris" hut this is a misnomer and misleading. 1 NATIQNAL-lr u NOTICE FRANK A. SNOW Violin Teacher Call Tel. 676-M to Putney Road We are now prepared to furnish a full line of livery horses, also sleigh ride par ties at reasonable prices. DKOOKS HOUSE STA1SLE II. Li. Brooks. ProD. Carney's Auto Service DAY OR NIGHT 21 Thomas Street. Tel, 681-R Stinehour's Auto Livery 7-passVnger closed car, 50 cents for one or two passengers: additional passengers 25 cents each, within the village limits. - Tel. SG-W or 226 1 CARL F. CAIN MERCHANT TAILOR 159 Main Street PIANO TUNING J. M. FERRY Tel. 1118-W. World Press Exhibit at Prague. A novel exhibit was staged recently at Fragile under the auspices of the Charles Plohtil newspapers. A large hall was set aside for the display of newspapers from all principal cities of the world. Of these there were more than 4,x0, from China, Japan, Pales tine Australia, 'czarist and soviet Rus- in.ih Africa. Turkey and from every country of Europe and America. More than 300 papers from France were shown. As a matter of fact, the exhibit comprised only a minute pro portion of the world's newspapers, but. from the viewpoint of fhe Czecho slovak public, it was very instructive and successful. His Reason. (Detroit Jews.) "I'd liafe to grow old.' "Whv. P.ud?". - "C'oz I don't want ever to gat like Pa and find fault with the apple pie Ma makes." '. ,.-.r 0 Husband and Wife FIRE and LIFE Insurance Strong, Reliable Companies Sanford A. Daniels Crosby Block, i -3 Brattleboro. try the reformer:; r(t CLASSIFIED COLUMNS r .-IV.. r lim'i b M i 1 "I - 'l i i My husbaud fjjj.s lus.iMryt E. ' ', What-ioes Vonf'U hsbanci Dofv Wanted 40 Men To work in open or strip coal bank; from $200 to $400 per month can be made. This is on a profit sharing basis. ' Each man must have $200 .cash to finance himself for the first month. We guarantee you the above amount if you are a worker. For further information, call at The Brooks House after 9 a. m. Monday. ' ' t MILLBROOK COAL CO. F. C. WILEY, Manager : ..U-.--e..i-.i-, THRIFT frOTTX r'ANUARY WEEK JANUARY 23 S to 0 THIS week is a permanent national ob servance a week for serious thought and planning for economy and thrift. This bank offers you its co-operation and urges you to acquire this weekone of the most imjportarit tools of thrift A BANK ACCOUNT. ' Peoples National Bank : BRATTLEBORO, VT. o 0 o 0 0 C o co cio c3 o o o o o c ocrro ocrrao eojj 0 0 Copyright, 1921, George, iiattbcwAdaraj .... ...... t ,