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THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY REFORMER.' FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 10, 1922.
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS 6 tents a line first insertion; cents a line each subsequent insertion. ; 1 i Cash in Advance. Minimum Charge, 20 cents. WANTED. WANTKI) ("a riots Dr. !. V. Hurnm. for horse feed. "WANTED Good driving horse for its, Joel 240. M. Stearns, Brattleboro. stove. Vt. Tel. WANTED 1,000 fowls. 25c. a pound llowe, lit iuaip rt. live Voielit. Send card, M. Black. Box! FqR SALE Furniture 283, Brattleboro. i new and second-hand, at J '""WANTED A Bourbon Red Tom tur key. Kt-rgt. C. .1. Howard, ion -ucimh ley, Portland, Me. FOR SALE. UWrfM FOIi SALE Good stove. Tel. 77.MV. 2s'.-2'.)l ; , ; , ' ... itienwoou jmiuh -"" w - Tel . 2! ).".-Y. U fi I 8 S FOR SALE A few watcnes. u. i- 271-tt 2.HS-H.tfl and ranges li. Duntoa's. VC A VTIT) T'osilion bv hiC" off.n,rvrtii nnd Saturdays. Address vV nr.r. Ueformer office. 2'J2-2!4 FOR SALE Dry hard wood, chunks or t-plit. E. E. Mather. Tel. V.i T. 1.4-tf Vfi'li l r l.nto-o vivo Hum- s:ll'ks ''.'i SpllooL f,lt. si r.ll l'.inl tloh.no Itnkinsr 2S!) tf FOR SALE Fresh ground beef scraps and bone. W. F. Richardson (Jo. 214 t FOR SALE One bed. iriVTFH Woman for ceneral house- . , r ... .i,:i.i...n "tr TT worK anu care ui -- tnh. r r.. Fireman TV Wilhur. West Brattleboro. 2M)-tf panics, rus. 1 11. man, WANTED For mv collection, stamps j issued 'between 1S4.-. and 1S70. Writ.' to Nellie S. Clark. Jleath.M.iss. 2!)3-2.s FOR SALE One pair good horses , i. win oTVi!in?e for ixmltry: will il ' 41 I . V ' ' ' ' . - . . - ' . - eight chairs, two American Bld. 2'.):; -2H4 FOR SALiv Liffht one-horse traverse sled. Brattleuoro Grain Co. Tel. !27. 2-"::tf tsell together or separately. Tel. :i2M".. 2'. 2-2! 17 FOR SALE Four-ft. wood to order. (J. J. Perkins & Son. ""WANTED At Vernon A. C. Homo a good general cook; nnist.be an all around kitchen woman. Apply to W. W. Nw- cott, So. Vernon, Mass. 2,.t0 -" ""WANTED To rent on or before April 1, a tenement or cottage house of at lca five rooms with modern improvements. by a "family of three persons. Hartford, Vt. Box J!2. 'JK'.-tf .or sawed Tel. . 22. 2i:t tf WiVTF.I) Job as board sawyer 111 portable or stationary mill by thoroughly split or llllll man. j iiip'im Address FOR SALE Four-foot wood. $tt a cord, stove length, $U.50. D. II. Vriht, Tel. i:i-2. 2jSt f FOR S A LI 0 i 7y h a rd wood, split r chunks. II. N. Newcomb, Guilford, Vt. Tel. 17-Ki. 2712'.)S I'OK SALE Beech and Maple wood price sf-S, $10 and per cord. F. E. Calo mel!, Tel. 211-12. . 211 -tf FOE SALE" -II; ngtli. exnerienced. all-around saw Best of references furnished. rd wood. stov in chunks, price reasonable. A. Tel. 71-22. 2NM-2!:; FOR P.O. Box 212. Winchester. V II. JM-.Ml j,, ; th(re is in lhe collnty. nrvTPn aTn riFX'T Mnv 1. siuele'D. M. Erosnahan. !!." Elliot St. 2.7. tf house seven or eight rooms, with garage snd all modern conveniences. l-ainny consists of three adults. Prefer nortn o Main St. bridge. Address Single,' Re former Office. 2.--r.!) "TOtTwOMEX OR GIRLS WANTED AT ONCE IX SUIU RHAN DISTRICTS to pell women's and children's wearing ap parel, whole or part time; big money for hustlers ; selling experience nof neces sary ; write today. P.ox Xi, Milton. Mass. 2'.2-2y." FOR SALE OR RENT Typewriter Remington and other . makes. Fred C. Erown. P.ullock St.. Tel. 2.M-.I. 2S 1 1 FOR SALE Dry wood, maple, birch, chestnut and slah; from $7 to S10 per load. C. L. Amidon, R. 3. Tel. 3 7-5. SPECIAL NOTICES. . ELSIE li. STEADMAN, dressmaker, 127 Main -St. Tel. 2(-2'.'.". YOUR FEET HURT? Yes, well then o and see Dr. Wilder, room 32. Cilery Mnildinz. 2.s;-ol FOR SALE Thiriy tons haled hay KM) bn. table potatoes from certified seed; .1 cords 4-ft. wood. II. L. Millington. 1 2N7tf FOR SALE -Sixty 'cord of nice dry stove wood. Order now while it lasts. S'.l a cord. Frank Sears, Vernon. Tel. 17-24. 2sl-tf FOR SALE Stock and horse hay, Green Mountain Kitatoes, cabbage, sec ond run maple syrup. Scott Farm. T ! 227-Y. 272 I f Door Checks For office, shop or home the new model does trick is positive in ac tion and will outwear f any other. Ask to see one taken apart. Letter Boxes House Numbers 'and fresh Eveready Flashlights. 88 Main TEL .18 28 Main chas. F. m&im Autostrop Safety Razors 30-Day Free Trial EIGHT SOURCES OF bonus taxes; Automobiles and (Gasoline Would Re Hit Eoniis Costs Will Continue for Long Term. WAMIIMiToN. Feb. 10. The field of lible soldiers '" boiiiis taxes virtually was narrowed yesterday to eiplit sources by tho stib-coii.mittee of the Kepublica 11 ltieinlnTs ojf the houc ways and means i-onmiittee dealing with the tax problem Ihesc sources were stated as lollows: A taoline coiiuniption lav of possibly 1 cent a gitilloii; a license tax 011 autoino biles of about 2- cents per horseimwer: a stamp, tax mi bank checks at aliout lj 'cntlfor each theck; a tax on real estate: t ransfer at the rati- of about ." cents' 011 each. ifPi involved, and increased taxes 011 ad iriisiio'is where the sum paid ex-! cceds 25 cents:, cigarettes, tobacco and' documentary stamps. j Representative LtngwortIi of Ohio, actinu chairman of the sub-committee, hi the absence of Representative Ford-1 nev. said there was little sentiment for any increase either in the tiist class or second class postage rates, but added that there had been some discussion of an advanced parcel po-t rate. t The bonus taxes will be temjiorary, Mr. l.o:iiwort!i said, extending over three cars, and will be designed solely to take care of the cash payments to be icide to former service men during the two and tine-half vears beginning .Ian. 1. I'.rjr!. It was explained that ui her four opt ions lo b I 01, us inca-nre would l.i vears and would not be: i!s charge aauiiist the for -cveia! vears, al le Tetter :& McKay Brattieboro's Oldest Rel!abl . Hardware Store Braltleboro. Vermont arge .size. in line comli- r Coat. Re- 27-tf mtiDoiMinis'T 1 1. itr;(rra Ti- FOR SALE Fur coat. 1 VI1-IIV.J UWl.ll '"'Ob' 1 , ,. , , . . BaiUy's ottce, 207 Harber blocK, pnone ious,wui umw. u 0.1,,0. ... 606. Residence 4M-J. l!-tf tion. price .S..O. Address I u -...txo i XT MieeivFAI.d former t Miice. flAniinl.o J-i .iiaujui.' ..."-v favorable terms on single subscriptions or J FOR SALE Cottage house of six on reduced club rates. Send for booklet, rooms with bath, a good barn and about BrattJeboro News Co. 1-tf of an acre of land. Inquire of Harry .-Mij-t'r"ivAVivfin7h Curl. Mr.ni- Hihiieth, V, Canal St. 2v" tf ... tj.ll H li 11 11. v. i-'", . - ' ; i. 1 .1 rn 11.. . curing, jswemsn eaip imiuunii, 1 1.1m and Clav Pack Facial. Mrs. Pearl C. Sanders.'r.l Green St. Tel. t!22-W. 202-oOS BABY CHICKS 18e. up; Bred-To-Lay rvopular breeds; prepaid guaranteed de liverv. Send for circulars ; brooders ,$4.7." up. 'Rov Clark, East Hartford. Conn. " 2il-21i (UnROPRACTR Dr Dr Telephone Tnesday, p. m . MAGAZINES AT LOWEST PRICES -Write me about what magazines you want for the coming year. I can get them for you at money saving prices. Mrs; (J. JL Love, Magazine Specialist, South New- fane, Vt. lf THE HOME LAUNDRt Have your drapery curtains freshly laundered now, ready to hang when housecleaning is over. Fine laundry work only. Individual laundries a specialty. All work called for and delivered. 'Phone 14-24. 23-300 FOR SALE We ire now ready to de liver a nice lot of strictly dry slab wood. Also mixed cord wood sawed etove lepgth. Ilolden & Martin Lumber Co. 13S-lf FOR SALE One pair chestnut horses, weight 24O0 lbs. ; 1 pair black horses, weight 2200 lbs; 1 bay horse, weight, lloti lbs., and some good driving horse.,-. OttoRysseat p.rooks House Stable. Tel. .",0C. 277 tf horse power General t.airrent electric luo- to drive cylinder jres. In good condition. Taken out to make room for a variable speed motor. Also a quantity of .shafting, cones, pulleys, ere. Low price for cash. Inquire of E. II. Crane, Manager Vermont Printing Co., BrattleWo. VOO-tf G. F. Lane's office, 42 Elliot street. 1 - phone 613-W. Office hours, Monday, I FOR SALE Ten sday, Wednesday, Friday,' 2 3, 0-8 "Electric Alternafifcg , 24.3-tf tor, formerly used to TO RENT. TO RENT After Feb. room at -"'.l Green St. Tel. 12. furnished ".O R. 2:i2-i f LOST. LOST A small brindle and white spayed female dog. with a new unmarked locked collar on. Tel. 300S-R. 201-21 and TO RENT Four-r-'om tenement, tnml, m improvements, itdulta onlv. Inquire 30 Reed St. 271272 tf TO RENT The second floor of the Woolwortli building; suitable for offices. Edeett & Co.. Agents. 240-tf I1ST Sundav. between Linden Organ streets by way of Canal, gold wrist improvements. .: watch. Finder please return to PI Organ, ern Ave. Tel. 3 2.2-2.4T AVAILABLE FEB. 3 A pleasant sunny six-room apartment witn mo.lern John li. Smith, il est- 1-W or s:;s-W. 2ss tf street. For Sale 1922 Ford Car Price $400 Address Ford, Care Reformer I APARTMENT TO LET, to small j family, reliable people only. Rteam heat, large living room, bedroom, large closet, bath room, kitchenette. Possession given i Feb. 1. Price. $30 a month. Address Apartment." c-o Reformer Office. 270-tf FOR SALE Carload of Ohio Chunks arrived Friday noon, February 3, at the Brooks House stable. One pair red roans, weighing 2,500 lbs.; one pair black roans, weighing 2,600 lbs.; one pair bay mares, weighing 2,700 lbs.; one pair dap ple grays, weighing 2,84)0 lbs.; two extra nice saddle horses and a number of good horses ranging from 1,000 lbs. to 1.300 lbs. These are as good a lot of chunks as have been in Brattleboro for a long time BROOKS HOl'SK STABLE Tel. 300 . FOR SALE The Well-Known Harris Homestead Known us three miles This farm dred acres, are tillage ture and woodland; are of standing pine. Mayle Grove Farm, from electric car line, consists of three huii- sixty acres of which land, balance in pas- eiht acres This would FOR SALE At a Bargain 1919 Nash Touring Car 1920 Dodge Truck 1919 Essex Touring Car Federal Garage make an ideal summer home or a first-class dairy" farm. Buildings are all in good shape; running water to house and barn. Plenty of fruit of all kinds, also a good sugar bush. Will sell stock and tools with farm. The buildings consist of a two-story -and-a-half house, large cattle barn, large silo, horsai barn anil carriage house. Also an ice house and creamery, large garage, tool house, sugar house, blacksmith shop and two hen houses. These buildings are lighted with Acetylene Gas. W. A. HARRIS West Brattleboro, Vt. FOR SALE New Ford Cars All Models Touring, Runabout, Coupe, Sedan, Truck and Tractors, II. L. COANE, Ford Car Dealer,. Guilford Street Husband and Wife .... P FX . LUff MP Carl A. Mitchell UNDERTAKER I,adv Assistant 1 80 Main Street Telephone 831-W or 834-K I t he cot of t he included in th" e spread over "20 iiiti to be a seri-i federal treasury :i-t. If. ' ' '". V The Brood that Is Brooded Over by u Buckeye Brooder is the best brood for "vitality and quick development. The method of Heat circulation is such that all crowding is obviated and sweat ing which leads to colds and diarrhea, the destruction of so many chicks is al most unknown. Why waste, your eggs, lose the results of all your labors and reap DISAPPOINTMENT when a small amount of money, wisely imested in a Buckeye Brooder will iv4 such satisfactory results. The Only Way to he safe from loss is with auloiiiohile insurance. II. 1 aids are ever present and threaten every car owner. Insurance Protection Automobile insurance assures, prompt payment for all loss by collision, theft, property damage, and ulievcs un of all liability for suit. Ruv Accident and Indemnity Automobile Insurance now. II. E. Taylor & Son "Insurance you can depend on" nraUleboro, Vt. Spring Is Coming Do you play marbles? If so, get them here. 15 for 1 1.000 m a bag for 50f J. E. BUSHNELL 94 Elliot Street - OVER II.O(MMMK) IN MEXICO. A I. ass of 1.4)00.0(10 in Population Sinci East Census in 1910. ; MEXICO CITY.. Feb. 10. The popu lation of Mexico is a trifle more than I I.04 '( 1.4 M M I, according; 10 figures recently compib'd by the census bureau which ha-; jiisi completed its eiiiimertitioii. This represents a hsS of approximately 1 . (Min.oiui si nee the last census was taken in l'.:lf The decrease is ascribed t 1 emigration of natives and foreigners luring the periods i.f revolution. iflicials here essert ilia" there "n now more than -l.4HHi.ti4M) Mexicans liv ing in the 1'liited States. iiw ter$0k ' fes Mm Docs the Tea You Use Come in this Package? Every da' people the world over are buying tea in this flavor retaining package. Matchless cjualit has ' given. LIPTOMS TEA Largest Sale in the World My husband gets looks from the library and , never reads them. V. S. II. What Does Your Husband Do? Copyright, 1921, George Matthew Adama Established 1!)12 Herbert E. Post 75 EEEIOT STREET Manufacturer of High tirade French and American Ice Cream lloine-Made Eunch Served at Noon Charlotte Rtisse. in loes to car ry home, fresh daily, 5c each Fancy Ice (renin Puddings made to order. IS Years' Experience in New York City Over a period of years, New York's Surrogate's ollice shows the following facts - regarding estates of ldnlts: S...", ner cent left no estate 4..". per cent left from S:100 to S1.04M) .".:;. per cent left from .1.4MM) to S".Kt0 l.S ver cent left from ?.".( MM) to SIO.000 1.S per cent left from S10.4MM) to L'7.4HMt 1.5 per cent left over S2o.OOO This shows the need of life insurance. National Life Ins. Co. of Vt. (Mutual.) V. C. DINES. Special Agent, Brattleboro. Vt. NOTICE We are now prepared to furnish a full line of livery horses, also sleigh ride par ties at reasonable prices. BROOKS HOUSE STABLE R. L. Brooks, Prop. Tel. .TOO WANTED Talking Machines and Records. C. W. Cl'SIIMAN" 127 Main Street Telephone 2H!) FRANK A. SNOW Violin Teacher Call Tel. C7G-M 10 Putney IJoad Carney's Auto Service DAY OR NIGHT 2t Thomas Street. Tel. C81-R Used Cars TERMS RIGHT FREE STORAGE I'NTIL APRIL 1ST Chevrolet Touring Car, good me chanical condition SI.V) Dodge Touring Car, 1 0 1 Model. Well tired in good condition throughout $2o0 Dodge Roadster, 1!)I7. New top. disc clutch . $:t".0 Dodge Touring, P.) ID $.1tM) Dodge Touring. I!t24. New paint ; good condition .$4504) Ruick Touring, 1)18. New top; paint and overhauled $4'.00 Chevrolet Touring. 1920. V. P.. model $504) Ilupinobile Touring, 1 5)2 1 . Looks and runs like"" new ; has been run only 4.41(H) miles $895 Dodge Screen Delivery Truck, mod el BHD $54)0 Stewart 3-1 Ton Truck, 1919. in excellent condition; cord tires. $4.04) The Mosher Garage Tel. 121 PIANO TUNING J. M. PERRY Tel. 1118-W CARL F. CAIN MERCHANT TAILOR 159 Main Street BROOKS HOUSE G. E. Sherman Manager Sporting News A COMEDY ROLE 1 4 'out iimcd from Page li while Out ton and Connors put up the besi game lor the Cadets. I he summary CADETS. P. I 0 Fl- (V.nnors. if. Crown. If. Duhe. c. Dllttoii. vp. Lyons. Ig. Sullivan, lg. Totals. 11 1 Pt- 10 0 Nichols. imih. 1 g, Bobbins, e, Fleming. If. Nelson, if. Totals. ,s CELTICS. B. 1 (i I'ls (I II 1 o o is 1 RUTLAND HERE T0M0R0W NIGHT High School Basketball Teams to Play in Festival Hall Manfrrda in Rut land Team's Lineup. B attlidwu'o high school will meet iN t .-itl.letie rival Rutland on the Fes tival hall basketball lbmr tomorrow night, when the locals will attempt to repeat last j car's performance and trim the upstate boys. The Rutland ieam i n good one nnd includes "Nicky" M.mfrcda, star foot ball ida ver. in the lineup. The local high school team has 10 men eligible to j p'ay in this game, nnd the boys hope to send the Hollanders back without the' bacon. ANT IS TEAM 1 WINS. Scores I.2s7 to 1.251 for Pros Team 3 on Masonic Alleys. The Antis team 1 defeated team :1 of tie Pros l.'Js? to 1.251 last night in a Masonic bowling tournament match. 4 'roll of the losers bowled the best sin gle string. 105, .is well as the highest three-string total. 277. The scores: ANTIS TEAM" 1. Johnson. 70 102 t2 27., Warwick. N.". 7."i Ml 2.t' Pioctor, K7 !MI S4 24U Wiu hester, !) 72 IM 254 J Skinner. 05 7 s SS 201 Totals, ns 115 431 1.2S7 PE4)S TEAM Croll. 105 S7 S5 277 I'Mii.'tn, so K5 S; 257 ''utile. 71 7.'i 414 2oS Locke. 0!) n: SO 271 Bailey. 412 si; :mi 2:1s Totals. 420 414 4111.251 Mrs. Pearl Waits Stanfill, of Selma. Ala., is expected to become a candidate to succeed her husband in the office of county sheriff. 3. 3. 28 33 fa 27 .25 ) Mi X. 5l r.:' X Il s . Trace the lines to fifty-three, And a mountain you'll see. . Draw from one to two and so on to the The Lost Deed Tve learned my lesson," said, one of our de positors. "You people have been urging me to get a safe deposit box for some time, but I never did. "Recently I had occasion to look for a deed to some small property. I couldn't find it. "By the time I got the new deed I had spent the equivalent of five years' Safe Deposit rental.' Boxes from $2.00 a year up. Brattleboro Trust Co. BRATTLEBORO. VT. 01 if. 'fit 'v. I ! j Ui ' IP IP . p III .lift 0! n 0! Ui Keeping Check on Expense CAN you tell how much you spent last month and what you spent it for? The stubs of vour check book show where the money goes. They are a permanent and convenient record of household and per sonal accounts. Systematize your personal finances pay ail bills by check. Peoples National Bank Boy Scouts of America "Be Prepared !o ;0 Sis o o ' i o )Q i iJii O iV ! ; t r O O CD O CZZ)QCZD O CTD Q CZrDOjjj n !! i Choosing An Executor By appointing this bank executor of your will, there is absolutely no reflection cast upon either relative orfriend. The successful management of estates re quires knowledge of the law, experience, in formation regarding values and a careful system of accounting. A person appointing this bank as executor or trustee may feel sure that the provisions of the trust will be carried out in letter and spirit. Vermont National Bank SAFETY STRENGTH SERVICE lamwriMiMuiMTOunmKimKUHitamittsi EXTRACTS from our 8 PER CENT CUMULATIVE PREFERRED STOCK circular (copy furnished on request): , The Vermont Loan and Trust Company is an Investment banking conrpany, . and has been in successful operation for over thirty-five years, during vrhlcn time it has loaned for its clients over twenty million dollars on farm mortgage jecurity, without the lois of a single dollar to any investor. It tias over seven million dollars of outstanding business, representing a good will, the value of which it would be difficult to estimate. - . ' . The Company is also fortunate in its representation as farm mortgage cor respondent of the Prudential Insurance Company of Newark, N. J. This connection has proven a very satisfactory and profitable one. As a further mark of confidence in the Company and its officers, the Insurance Company is now turning over to the Vermont Loan and Trust Company some two million dollars of additional business already developed, which will Increase our outstanding business to over nine million dollars. From a small beginning thirty-five years ago, the Vermont Loan and Trust Company has grown into one of the largest farm mortgage banks in the North-west. The Company maintains offices at Brattleboro, Vermont, Spokane, Washington, Lewistown, Montana, Salem, Oregon; and another office is to be opened soon ia southern Idaho. The entire proceeds of this stock will be used in the conduct and expansion of our rapidly growing business. ' The Company is in an excellent condition financially. Its credit is excel lent both in Spokane and New England. It has operated at a profit contin uously since 1S96, and has an unbroken dividend-paying record, on a high earning basis, of over 17 years. It can look into the future with confidence. , This fitock is free from local and normal Federal Income taxes. It is preferred as to assets and dividends and is non-assessable. Div idends at the rate of H per cent per annum are payable January first and July first each year. This stock is heing rapidly subscribed and will soon he entirely soil, at which time there will be no more of it at any price. Trice $100 per share, and accrued interest from January 1, 122, to net 8 per cent. Vermont Loan & Trust Company Established 1886 " F. n. PUTNAM, Vice President BRATTLEBORO, VT. iwiuuuwiftiW'iwimiitmMKmwnrimi-BKiiH'wn'imiap-'miiwnw'Hii-.iiitiiwaw i i e i El it- S ! i I a- f '