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THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY REFORlVrER.' SATURDAY. DECEMBER 30. 1022.
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS ' ." . 5 cents line first insertion; 2 la cents a line each subsequent insertion. Cash in Advance- Minimum Charge, 20 cents. WANTED. WANTED Good teamster. Frank Undenvood. West Chesterfield. 253-207 WANTKD Good two-horse teamster at once Box 105. Townehend. Vt. 249-tf FOR SALE. FOR SALE Hard mixed wood. F. E. Gammell. 'Phone 211-12. 203-tf WANTED Washings to do at home. Called for and delivered. Tel. 624-J. 252-257 WANTED Fireman. W. II. Vinton & Son.. 2T.C-258 WANTED Second girl. Mrs. Geo. S. Dowley. . - 25T,-2fiQ WANTED A strong boy or man a few hours in the morning. Home Bak ery, Tel. 4G5. 254-tf WANTED Someone to wash win dows and office floor. Brattleboro Busi ness Institute. 255-250 WANTED Practically all kinds of soft and hard wood logs. Holden & Martin Lumber Company. 205-tf WANTED Brick masons, $1.25 per hour. Bring tools ready for work. Dix & Staples. Springfield. Vt. 170-tf WAX'TF.I) Pnrtnhlp Raw mill heir. and contractors to cut logs. W. C. Cong don, Argyle, N. T. 'Phone 21F12. 253-264 WANTED Two teamsters and a loader at once. Blanchard. Gates & Woodward, Vernon, Vt. Tel. Brattle boro 7S-6. 251-250 WANTED To hear from owner having farm for sale; give particulars and lowest price. John J. Black. Chip- pewn Falls. Wis. 251-3sMt WANTED A neat, reliable woman b housekeeper in my family of four per sons. Stephen T. K. Davenport, 33 Hope St.. Greenfield. Mass. 253-tf WANTED Men and boys to sell our pure worsted stockings, part or whole tftne. Write to W. E. Ballinger, 143 Carlisle St., Lowell. Mass. 254-202 WANTED Reliable man to look after our business in this territory. Easy work. Permanent position. Write Oak land Nurseries, Manchester, Conn, for Particulars. 255-250 WANTED All kinds of live poultry. Will pay top-notch prices. Let us know and we'll send our truck. J. Small & Sons, 90 Cochran St.. Chicopee Falls. Mass. Tel. Chit-ope 203-M. 227-tf WANTED We will mail you $1 for full set of old false teeth any condition ; partial sets in proportion ; send by mail. Eaton Laboratory, Dorchester, 25, Mass. 254-259 FOR SALEr Soft wood slabs. .$4.50 a lond. Holden & Martin Lumber Co. 10-tf FOR SALE A nice driving horse. Inquire 40 Maple St. Tel. 440-W. 233-tf FOR SALE Railroad watch, wrist watches. C. L. Howe, 117 Main St. 254-tf FOR SALE Small second hand cook stove. 43 Clark St. 'Phone 13V-J. FOR SALE Furniture and ranges, new and second-hand," at J. B. DunJon's. 102-tf FOR SALE Quantity of No. 1 maple syrup. 11. Li. Alimngion, west urinue- boro. 252-tf X)R SALE Hard dry wood, $12 a d. n. N. Newcomb, Guilford. Vt. cord Tel. 17-10. 215-tf FOR SALE Furnace wood, cut any length. Call W. S. Betterly, Rice Farm. Tel. 507-W. 255-tf FOR SALE Ford touring car in good condition. Also an Iver-Johnson shot gun. O. B. Hughes. 254-200 FOR SALE Kitchen range, sewing machine and hall stand. Inquire during lav at 22 Grove St. 188-tf FOR SALE: Hard wood and timber on the stump, one cord or more. F. E. Gammell. 'Phone 211.12. 23G-tf FOR SALE Second-hand buffalo coat ; two second-hand dress suits, size about 40. Cnrl F. fain. Tailor. 240-tf SPECIAL NOTICES. 103H-M. lt-J-tt DR. BAILEY. Chiropodist. 20S Bnr ber Block. Tel. 1027-W. 141-tf INFANTS' LAYETTES, children's fine sewing, knitting and embroidery. Tel. 57S-M. 183-tf SANDERS' BEAUTY SHOP, Room 16, Crosby Block. Swedish scalp and Violet Ray treatments. Tel. SOM. 140-tf CALL UP 446-W for your painting and papering; all work guaranteed. Wall paper. William Shaw. 40 Maple St. 58-tf CHAIRS CANE-SEATED and refin ished. Work done to suit at satisfac tory prices. G. W. Parsons, 50 Clark St. - - 250-25S MASON WORK, building and clean ing chimneys a specialty. I do out-of-town work. E. J. Cavanaugh,. 1SS Elliot St., 'Phone 209-J. 95-tf DOLLS' HOSPITAL Dolls restrung, mended and dressed promptly. Mrs. Rodney Wheeler. 60 Central St. 8 to 12 a. m. Tel. 195-W. 255-Fri-tf PLEASANT, profitable, permanent business opportunity for reliable repre sentatives. Write The Knight, P. O. box 85. Rutland. Vt. 253-203 BARGAINS IN MAGAZINES Most favorable terms on single subscriptions r on reduced club rates. Send for book let. Brattleboro News Co. 1-tf AUTOMOBILE STORAGE. Automo biles placed in dry storehouse and cared for during winter. $1 per week, dead Storage. John E. Smith & Co. 240-200 - ALL WOOL KNITTING YARN for sale, direct from manufacturer at 95c. $1.35 and $1.60 a pound. Postage paid on ?5 orders. Write for samples. II. A. Bartlett, Harmony, Maine. 251-282 HONEY Buckwheat and Clover in 5-pound pails $1 a pail postpaid ; a sen sible Christmas gift, guaranteed abso lutely pure and satisfactory. Also bee keeper supplies. Riverside Bee Yards, Scotia. N. Y. 244-202 MAZAZINES AT LOWEST PRICES Write me about what magazines you want for the coming year. I can set them for you at money saving prices. Mrs. G. M. Love, Magazine Specialist, South Newfane. Vt. 1-tf WHY NOT ENTER the insurance business either whole or part time? Our new accident and sickness policy sells readily to all classes on easy payment plan. We pay you cash at once for each policy sold, in addition to commission. Write Vermont Office, Eastern Casualty Insurance Co., 82 Church St., Burling ton, Vt., or call between 10 and 12 a. m. s 254-284 FOR SALE Lumber, dimension tim ber, board and shingles. Sawing and planing. B. L. Perry, No. 3, Brattleboro. 04-tf FOR SALE Modern Glenwood S cook stovp with hot water front in first class condition. 22 So. Main St. Tel. 53-X. 250-250 FOR SALE Six black and tan Hound puppies, 8 weeks old, ?5 each. II. N. Newcomb, Guilford. Vt. Tel. 17-10. 255-200 FOR SALE An ideal Christmas gift, Scotch Collie puppies, at special Christ mas prices. D. W. Allen, Newfane. Tel. 24-13. 244-tf FOR SALE Potatoes; ear No. 1 Maine potatoes on track at Brattleboro Fridav and Saturday, Dec. 29 and 30. A. Ward. 253-257 i FOR SALE Fifty cords good green ' wood, sawed any length. $12: also 40 cords of drv No. 1 wood, $15. G. T. Wilson. 'Phone 314-25. 210-tf FOR SALE Three good yearling 1000-lb. horses, single or double ; one top spring sleigh. 2 good single seat sleighs, ' one two-seated top rig. 'Phone So20. Newfane. 253-255 NEW Eyeready Flash light Batter lea live, powerful and long lasting all shapes and sizes to fit all types and makes of flashlights. Eveready batteries are backed by a specific guarantee, and we test each one before you pay for it. No matter what type cf flash-' light you have it w ill be better with any Eveready battery. CHAS. F. !?&MM 88 Main TEL. 33 SS Main PLAN WELL RECEIVED. (Continued irom Page One.) Carl A. Mitchell UNDERTAKER Lady Assistant AUTO SERVICE 180 MAIN STREET Telephone 831-W or S34-K Licensed in Vermont. New Hamp shire and Massachusetts distinguished financiers assigned to recommend not only a financial plan of payment, hut the amount to be paid must be freed of the domination of foreign of fices and the necessity of obeying po litical instructions. The problem must be squareil with economic facts alone, he said, and relieved of 'all the questions of sentiment and clashing political opinion, recriminations and' counter-charges, which have blocked recuperation of Eu rope up to this time. It was this method nlone, the secre tary's statements plainly indicated, which in view of the American govern ment would make possible American eco nomic aid to Euroio. He dismissed both proposals for a general economic conference and discussion of allied debt cancellation as Impracticable- proposals. Secretary Hughes's address ami Sen ator Borah's withdrawal of his navy bill amendment requesting the President to call an economic conference combined to clear the air considerably with regard to the effort of the American government to be helpful in the reparations tangle. The senate debate served to make offi cials both here and abroad aware of the i desire in this country that American help should be given toward European re cuperation if a way to make it available can be found. There was nothing here today to indi cate that the American government had it in mind to take any other initiative than to suggest informally, as Mr. Hughes has done, a way in which the allied premiers themselves might seek the aid of American economic strength in re storing Europe. Neither the White House nor the state department would' give any definite information as to- what attitude the sounding out process may h:ive de veloped in European capitals. At the same time, however, there were indica tions that so far the plan had encoun tered no actual opposition on the part of anv foreign government and that the ad ministration had high hopes of its final acceptance. So far as Germany is concerned, it has bf,on plainly indicated heretofore that the commission plan would be entirely ac ceptable. A definite statement to that effect was contained in a cablegram re cently received from the German In dustrie-Und-Handelstag, an organization of German industrial -leaders, to the chamber of commerce of the I'nited States, whose officials have had the pro posal for a commission under discussion with the state department for several week 3. FOR SALE One two-year-old regis tered Berkshire boar, extra nice individr ual, to go at a sacrifice ; also 25 White Wvandotte pullets. $1.25 each. D. II. Wright. Tel 13 2 243-tf FOR SALE Ayrshire milk from state and federal tested herd special ized for babies and sick (free samples for babies). Delivery daily. F. E. Gam mell. 'Phone 211-12. 203-tf TO RENT. TO RENT Rooms at 10 Linden St.' Tel. 1037. 217-tf TO RENT Room, 4 Union street. Tel. 1107-X. 237-tf TO RENT Four rooms, third floor, 230 Elliot street. 247-tf TO RENT Furniture storage. Call DeWitt Grocery Co. 175-tf TO RENT Three-room apartment. I Apply F. J. Fairbanks, 30 Flat St. 25-tf , TO RENT tour-room tenement. Modern improvements. Adults only, cot r.nr.-R 2J-tf TO liENT Three furnished rooms for light housekeeping, adults only. 11 Green St . 253-tf riO KENT One 4-room ap;irtuieut, not furnished : one apartment fur rtNhed. Tel 01 7-M 240-tf TO RENT Furnished rooms wiTh loard, central location, reasonable rates. J. C. care Reformer. 252-250 TO RENT Modern ' five-room tene ment. 4S Western Ave., for small familv of adults. A. R. Goodale. 253-250 FOR RENT A four-room furnished tenement. Rent reasonable to right party. On car line and only a few min utes' walk to Main St. 4S Canal St. 254-250 TAXES Must Be . Paid by January 1 I have given all the time I can. FRED CRESS Y Collector NOTICE. I hereby give notice that the partner ship heretofore existing and doing busi ness under the firm name of Coogan & I la us has this 27th day of December been dissolved by mutual consent, Mr. Ilaus to assume and settle all accounts of said firm. T. J. COOGAN. To the Stockholders of the Brattleboro Trust Co. Notice is hereby given that the annual meeting of said company will be held at its banking rooms in the Brooks House block on the west side of Main street in the village of Brattleboro, Vermont, on the 15th day of January. A. D. 1923, at ten o'clock in the forenoon, for the pur pose of electing not less than live nor more than nineteen directors, and for transacting such other business as may be lawfully done. Dated at Brattleboro. Vermont, this 30th day of December, 1922. CHARLES A. BOYDEN, Treasurer. LOST. LOST Fountain pen on Oak street. Initials "A. M." on clip. Tel. 533-J. , 250-250 LOST Two blue tick fox hounds on Dec. 23. Suitable reward for informa tion or recovery. H. II. Winchester. Guilford, Vt. Tel. C8G-J. 254-250 Robert Mitchell PICTURE FRAMING 87 Williams Street. 'Phone 1101-M Will Call Witb Samples LUMBER WANTED We shall buy practical ly all kinds of soft and hard wood logs this winter and pay good prices. Holden & Martin Lumber Co. The Smell of Smoke always acts as a warning that there is a fire some where. But it comes too late for the man without insurance. Don't wait until you smell smoke. Insure now! The Geo. M. Clay Agency General Insurance IS AT YOUR SERVICE Have 'Em Out NO PAIN NO COCAINE What's the use of suffering and dreading it any longer? Consider your health ako. $14.00 Plates for this week only. DR. FOOTE PRINCESS HOTEL WW' PIANO TUNING j. M. Perry, 92 So. Main St. . Tel. 1118-W or 400 When In Need of a Taxi CALL CARNEY'S AUTO SERVICE 'Phone 6S1-R Brattleboro-Springfield Daily Except Saturday II. A. BUKRLNGTOX. Tel. 137-Y SUBSCRIBE FOR THE REFORMER McKay Hardware Co. PAINTS, OILS AND VARNISHES We Carry a Full Line of Pratt's Poultry Remedies You can increase your egg production by using Pratt's Poultry Regulator. Disinfect and brighten the henhouse with Carbola. IVrah Will Try A?ain. WASHINGTON. Dec. HO Although privately stating that he was prepanil to offer it .as an amendment to some other bill shuill the necessity arise. Sen ator Borah's decision to withhold his proposal for an international economic conference as an amendment to the naval appropriation bUl was regarded today as having nettled 1he immediate issue which has held the senate in its grip for nearly a week. The Idaho senator's announcement that he would withhold the proposed amendment cams' as the climax after ad ministration assurances had been given by Senator Watson of Indiana, that the President already was sounding out the situation in a way which might lead to a movement aiding in the adjustment of economic conditions in Europe. There is an animal cemetery in Monte video, Uruguay, where elaborate monu ments are dedicated to monkeys., clogs, cats, parrots, and other household pets. CARL F. CAIN MERCHANT TAILOR 159 Main St. James W. Izard CUSTOM TAILOR Room 8 Crosby Block Life income for you New contract insures your life for your family. Guarantees income if disabled by accident or disease. After age 654 pays life pension. N. A. HOWE, Agent Brattleboro, - Vermont Connecticut General Life Insurance Go. Hartford Husband and Wife L My husband slaps me on the back and calls it a love tap. Mrs. F. K.- A. What Does Your Husband Do? Copyright, 1921, George Matthew Adams KEEP WARM We have 400 cords of dry wood for sale; may be purchased by the cord, either four feet long, or sawed three times, at the following prices: . ; Four-foot lengths, per cord. ....$10.00 Sawed three times, per cord $12.50 This wood was cut a year ago, and will run 80 per cent or better hard wood, a good portion being oak. These prices mean sidewalk delivery only, and for cash. S. A. SMITH MANUFACTURING COMPANY . Phone 67 110 MAIN STREET The New Year To all the residents of Brattleboro and vicinity this bank extends wishes for a happy and prosperous New Year. The paft year has been a good one' for this community. Let us all strive by co-operation and goodwill to make 1 923 the beft'year we have ever had. We pledge our efforts to this end. Vermont National Bank SAFETY STRENGTH SERVICE Ml We are electrical contract ors who will wire your house and install the fixtures that yon desire. Our suggestions will be of real value to you and our bill will be one that yon know is just. Our Mr. Electrosme is an electrical authority and invites you to push the button and watch him do the rest. Moseman's Potatoes No. 2 Potatoes For Sale In one bushel lots or more. 1 per bushel Order soon for quick delivery. Call 14-4 in the evening. At Your Service OUR officers are always at your service to talk over business and financial matters with you. We avoid unnecessary for mality and welcome every opportunity to know our depositors better through personal contact. Peoples National Bank Brattleboro, Vt. : Hi - n AT ONCE is the 'time to send "thank you cards" for your Christmas presents. We have a combination "thank you" and New Year's card, also a com plete assortment of New Year's cards. Hopkins the Florist, Inc. H ave You Joined The 1923 Christmas Club at the brattleboro Trust Company IT IS OPEN FOR MEMBERSHIP All your deposits during the year, in the Club, will be re turned to you December 15, 1923, with interest added at the rate of 4 per cent to the accounts that have made the full fifty pay ments. " v.. J Guess how many accounts will be opened. Guess how much the Brattleboro Trust Company will dis tribute next time. -: A $10.00 Gold Piece Will Be Given to the Best Guesser. Contest open to members only. ; We hope you. will join. ; BRATTLEBORO TRUST GO. HI ADVERTISE IN THE REFORMER