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THE BRATTLEBOllO DAILY REFORMER; TUESDAY, -NOVEMBER 30, 1920.
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS 5 cents a line first insertion; 2H cents a line each subsequent insertion. Cash in Adranee. Minimum Charge, 20 cent WANTED. WANTED A laundress at Memorial Hospital. 224-t; WANTED (iood toamster. I. M. B-"snahan, li)5 Elliot St. '?.0-tf ivaNTED Beef, hogs, calves and live poultry. W. F. Richard-son. 382-rf WANTED Housework by tli hour. Mrs. Alice Dutton, Tel. 311-3. WANTED Man with horse to skid logs. Geo, li. Bush, Newfane, Vt. 'J3U-233 WANTED Work for team of heavy horses and driver. Apply Y, c-o Re former Office. 6I2il.l Good wages. Apply now. FOR SALE. SALE Six-weeks'-old rkins & Son. pigs. G. 22G-tf tXtll SALE Furniture and ranges, new and second-hand, at J. I. Dunton's WANTED Messenger. Telegraphy taught free. Western Union. 227-tf WANTED AT ONCE Young woman for office work in Main street store. Ad- ress II., Reformer Office. 223-tf WANTED Position taking care of one or two small children. Address Po sition, c-o Reformer Office. 220-231 WANTED Competent girl for gen eral housework. Best of wages. Apply to M rs. L. E. Holden, 0 Park Place L'03-tf WANTED Guns, tools, men's suits and overcoats ; any second hand goods. G. W. Cushman, 01 Main St., "phone 23!). - 23Q 235 WANTED Housekeeper f r aged couple, no children; more for 1 .e than high wages. P. O. Box 2S1, m.-liester. N. II. 227 232 One good roller for cireu ie who undersla n ' - saw , llolden & Martin Eum 210 tf want: lar saw j jng. Goo;. .,.,. brr Co. "ANTED To buy ihuiiIkt f buslftls .rrots and Muall potatoes f r fi-cding horses. Address Dr. (irace Burnett. lirat tl -loro. Vt. 231-233 WANTED Beef, hogs and calves and some nice fresh cows, delivered at my place Saturday or at the depot Monday morning. I will pay market price. II. G. Clark. Brattleboro. 31-tf WANTED Young and dry stock and horses to board by the week. We have stalls, box stalls, pens and yards avail able; also No. 1 hav and some fodder. Scott Farm. Tel. 227-Y. 227-tf WANTED Pupil nurses and attend ants at the Taunton State Hospital. Wages $45 per month with maintenance. For particulars address Dr. Arthur V. Goss, Supt. 141-tf FOR SALE Best quality maple syrup, soft sugar upon order. H. L. Millington, Tel. fS3-R. 230-tt FOR SALE Pair of good young work horses, ...ht 3,000. Apply Riee Farm. Brattl no, Vt. ' ' 220-235 FOR SALE Horse, good worker 8 ve:.rs old. -Ww'sht 3.300. C. A. Whip ple. Guilford,-Vt.. Tel. 372-W. 228-233 FOR SALE Gasoline engine, 2 horse power, farm lighting plant. Inquire Wil lard Service Station, Elm street. 22S-233 FOR SALE OR TRADE For village property. 9-room all year bungalow. Ad dress "Property," c-o Reformer Office. 204-tf FOR SALE Gentleman's fur coat, in good condition. Price reasonable. Mrs. Martha Polley, Hinsdale, N. II. P. O. 41(5. . 231-23S TO F - r. TO RENT Furnished room, 22 South Main St. 23Q-23:? TO RENT Five-room modern tene ment, 3T Western Ave. 200-tf TO RENT Four-room tenement on Elliot St. Edgett & Co. 217-tf FOR SALE Good second hand sleigh, upholstered, new shoes, new paint. L. P. Copeland, 2!) Western Ave., Brattle boro. 231-230 F R SALE A well-bred Morgan stallion, or would trade for good driving mare. Inquire of Chas. Howard. Dum merston I Iill, "t. 220-231 FOR SALE Baldwin apples. 3 a bar rel while they last. F. E. Gammell. Brat tleboro, Vt. Known as the Dnnklee Farm.Tel. lK3-tf FOR SALE Main street business )roperty at a reasonable price, based on incoiile. For particulars address It si ness Property, Care Reformer Oilier 200 t f FOR SALE Tliis is gun week, come and get "em. Fur overcoats, cl.it h coats and suits: a general line of second hand goods at (5. W. Cushman's, 01 'Main St.. 'phone 23!). 23( 1-235 FORSALE A high class light" farm horse. Extra. jtoim! driver. Age 7 years. Weight " '(TO pounds. See G. F. Ilig- gms, Inisdale, 'Phom- J 2-11. FOR SALE Laundry eipiijuuenr, 20 II. P. upright boiler, two 5 H. 1'. motors, in good condition. Write at once, g-ung cheap. Springfield Steam T.auiul:"" 2 BRATTLEBORO GOOD TOWW TO LIVE IW Kelly, Plumb,' Rixford, Wethcrall, Wood and Mann The last named is the poorest seller of the lot don't believe it is as good an axe as the oth ers it looks good though. If you want to brighten up your woodshed this axe will do it it will cut' -wood, too, if you need the exercise. Dig up $1.50 and send it to 38 Main street, or call S8 on the 'phone and one will be saved for you. Better look -around before you buy one though In town or out, ' mail order catalogue or any where else. Above price is for the axe only, the handle comes extra. "' ' CHAS. F. m&fM 33 Main TEL 38 38 Main i.Wostrop Razors 30-Day Free Trial ; ADVERTISEMENTS ; . Feminine Topfioi N. II., for particulars. 22S-233 TO RENT Sunny four-room ment, good garden. 14 Organ St. teiie- 231 -tf TO RENT Furnished room, electric lights, heat and both. 14 Forest St. 20!)tf FOR PF '-"P Furnished apartment of six roo, "entrally located, adults onlv. Read -occupancy Dec. 1. Ap ply'Box 010, Reformer. 22X-tf TO RENT Five-room tenement cor ner Church and Green Sts., and one three-room apartment all furnished on Church St. Chas. Miner. " 22!)-tf WANTED All kinds of hard and soft wood logs delivered at our mill in Put ney village. D. J.' SMITH CORPORATION LOGS WANTED We are ready to contract for infia and to pay top prises for butt S. A. SMITH MTG. CO. FOR SALE One wood shod four beam sled; 1 one liorse three-beam sled; 1 new two-horse one-beam sled; 1 two-horse three-beam sled; 1 12-horse-power gasoline engine, price S350; I new swing table saw rig with 28-in. saws; 5 A stable and street blankets, 10 per cent off until Dec. 1. D. II. SMITH'S SERVICE GARAGE, Putney, Vt. Woolson Ave., Springfield, v . 231 -2. '" 5 FOR'SALE J.R. Colt 1 ;htinjr "system house and barn. Neter been u aerated. Bought before the price went up. Could be delivered at once. C. A. T5eer So. Vernon. Tel. Brattleboro 7-13 22 J22f FOR SALE iiuiek tourinv car," li'l's model, 7-passenger, in tine ei -.ulition, all cord tire's, now battery, two spare tires, bumper in front. Shea Garage. Inc.. "Flat St., or E. H. Crane, Vermont Printing Co., American Building. 2!0 tf FO RS ALE S ixty acres oflam 1 Imr" dering Spofford lake with about l.."tl) ft. shore frontage. Cottage, ice house, and garage. One of best views of lake. Splen did chance to develop. George Warwick, ir., Room 1, Bridgman Block, Keene. N. 1L 211-23.- FOR SALE Ladies' coats $1.0o each, new felt hats ;"0 cents each, all wool suits .2 to boys' caps 2." cents each, girls' rubbers 2." ce.its a pair, new.' Guns, watches, tools and musical instruments, mp' ! b-eveiei' (J Y". Cushman, 01 .. ' ' ".- " 223 2.30 SPECIAL NOTICES. HAIR GOODS E. P. Bailey. 20S Barber Bldg. Is2-tf CHIROPODY Elizabeth P. Bailey. 20S Barber Bldg. i) to 122 to 'Phone 0O0-W. !S2-tf BARGAINS IN MAGAZINES Most favorable terms on single subscriptions or on reduced club rates, bend for book let. Brattleboro News Co. lS2-tf TO WHOM: IT MAY CONCERN If you want to raise funds for your church, society, club, or any organization, write '"Funds," care Reformer Office. 219-231 DON'T LET anyone fool you. Sell your junk to the right dealer get full connection. M. Gissen, 104 Williams st. ri-tf 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. G. M. Love, . Magazine Specialist, South Newfane", Vt. TS2-tf Ma HIE MOST APPRECIATED CHRIST MAS PRESENT YOU CAN GIVE. Everyone likes music why not give OKeb phonograph records for Christmas? They are a never ending source of enjoyment. It's so easy to drop a postal for complete cat alogue of the wonderful new OKeh records, make your selection send your order records delivered to your d .or postpaid your Christ mas shoMiinj.' is over. A" 'Ve!i records are ten-inch double disc 1 for $' ') each. Latest song and dance the ii! i favorites something to please , ne. lit Ui-r send today before the Christ ...,iS r'!sh st -we'll tell you all about our direct by-rnni! service and free monthly bulle tin of new reeord. A fuil-si;vl rackage of wonderful new needles free with your first order. MUSICAL PRODUCTS CO. 1J2B i;, reley St. Boston, Mass. No matter whether tbe 'Sihkxis made of soapstone, iron or porcelain, an Applica tion of kerosene will cut the grease, clean and disinfect. Four a little down the draiuiaud it,. pleais 'xWiy tba cakbdi accu mulation and leaves , the , 'pipes i'ree and clean. . . . , ... . . : .!' ' : ... ,i. --r,i Do not fail to visit the Blue rJLaotem Gift i Sli-op -wliicU -is overilowiMgi; .vfithl heautitul and nuiijue . thnigs te ; ' Hie Christmas season. : Plan ,for plenty'; of time for you will find muck tn..,stx "and you might as well fctjxi)- for a cup ion tea. When mavonnaise has curdled, the ad dition of a little tibeaten white 'of .egg will make of it a smooth, successful dress ing. . window with a cloth moi.stenpd with pure" glycerin, .wiping it so. as; to leave only a trace of the glycerin. 1 . , , Don t.wait to. c,cu uvula te. large snfM: before investing, yftft ,t'he -'haltt m be .earning1 seven ,ipilr'ierit by'Murelia'siiig a vchl .' esif ate'"fei V-ings' ' hrjntt' ' 'f rV.tt thel i'er Monf Loan &' TriLt,'o'.t: Tli ac- -Vt 5fh) or more 'as aVi iriitiil paypuent ,,:An easj' war to';irtake'"'haiU'Mliic( for inmuings is 10 pour--a tanrespooniai ot hot water over a half cun of buffer, work until smooth, "and" then add a cup ob '$uT verkefls sugar: --Flavor 't as desired,! and Place it-an tne retrigeratoT'-ivliere It will becortte sn.'"cc)ld it; tan: batsliced,' in thin slices tp bfi'laiil over. the fiictis of jHidding as tliey are" crved. v ...1 .,:; . .. The Christmas shopper . has . a wide him good bread of Tea Table tlour to choice at the .Emerson .Fnrniture store. things tor every member ot the taim.ly, from the babv up. can be found there. Each time I make the rounds bf.thw stole I discover new and attractive things and there are more than ever at, this season of the, year. . , . . , , , ." . ''Early to 'bed anil ''early', to rise, makes liinan healthy, wealthy and wise." Give Help toward good healtti tor eacn work ing hour. If your grocer hasn't it tele phone E. Crosby C'f.-. , . You may remove rust frorn a stovepipe by rubbing with linseed oil (and remem ber a little goes 'a great" nvay) and build ing a slow lire until it is dry. Oiling the stovepipe before putting it away will prevent rusting. years old, and Lelandr only one year old. They" have been turned over to their grandparents. 3 It. is also expected - that the girl" Madeline wil) be-turned over to the sta,te board .of. charities and corrections,-' ' ' , The'murder of Hayes, though the facts are not yet: fully known,, is the most im portant "homicide case in. the state at the present time when Attorney General Ar chibald ' is engaged in preparation of 11 such cases, all of which he must person ally prosecute. 'MILDRED'S COLDS BhxM not bo.Vdosc$. Txcat . Ootr 17 Million Jars Used Yearly ADVERTISE 1 THE REFORMER "Safety first." This applies to valuable papers also to jewelry and silverware sel dom used. They will be safe when lucked within one of those new deposit boxes at the Peoples. National I.ank. A maxi mum of safety at a minimum of cost. Mashed potatoes will look much more tempting if they are dofted with butter and sprinkled with paprika, just: before serving. The smell of cooking that often per meates the house may be removed by tak-! livery ing a basin of boiling water and pouring into it about live drops of oil of lavender. A handsome floor lamp1-with- an artis tic shade gives just the tight' touch of color to a living room and this must be the opinion of many 'fother'-":who have seen the array of these beautiful lanips at the Walker Electrical store - for - many have been ' chosen for 'Christmas "eve de- Ilave you seen them? " '' Stuffed celery may be substituted in place of the salad course and there are You doubtless remember the fine line, many ways of varying its- filling. Chopped of Christmas cards they had at the News?, cherries, valnuts and cieam'-cheese is one Store last season. It is even bigger and i delicious filling, lie sure to keep it prop- netier tins year, jjo nor wait loo ioag,eriy cnuieu unni jusi oeiore seivin to make your selections as they are .n ready going in numbers. The rebellious lid of a fruit jar will come off if it is placed in hot water for, a lew minutes. i A gift of stationery is always practical end acceptable to bath, old and young. The CJoodnow, Penron & Hunt store has .nme unusual values in this line, many ' t them being sample boxes and only one i f a kind. Thcrefoie it is a good idea to : t'c this big display early. It includes nov- Ities in correspondence cards as well as i.otepaper. In papeiing a room you should reniem- The custom of selecting a piece of white ivory toilet ware to add to th :.. already given to some friend is a wry .sensible custom and the Thompson Jew ehy store is well prepared for the le li- day shopper with entire seis and 'nentyj that large patterns and dark colors of odd pieces oi these popular and prv ,-j'J make it appear smaller, while a plain tical goods. r striped paper, if a light hne, will give . : n impression of increased size. Indian meal, moistened and applied to j , soiled places on carpets will often remove; Send your Christmas greeting cards gen- an traces oi ine spois ana wiinoni, i;ie , couslv. f.acli slightest injury to the most delicate c d- , nnshine and ors. one will carry us ray oi in the extensive line at Hopkins, the Florist, messages to suit i ach individual can. be found. The prices, Those 'VliVty "Day Dream", toilet pic-, ,ancjnc from one cent to 1,- suggest the parations at the Knot Pharmacy will hn; v.-ide selection. to decide the (jue.-tion ot what ti Thev are put up in such attractive ages and with the unusual shapes ot perfume and toilet water bottles they be au a4frtiort to any dre.-siug table g'Ve P.e !,- ARMY BLANKETS $3.97, $3.00, $2.00 N.-w. 7S ywT'rt-nr' or MorCAVrtorJ'.S.Ot New, To per cent or Less "Wool. .Sii.OO Gray. 41-. lbs., single, 't!xSl in. Cotton Ilouble r.lankets. gray . . . $-.K) l!y Farce! Post tor above add 10c each Remit nionev order, check or cash to Ii. R. HARRIS. Sales Director (Army Surplus Supplies. V K. Division) 37 ESSEX ST., BOSTON Other distributing depots -iH -Boston": Opposite South Station, Adams Square. 16 West Street, Dover El. Station. Also Lawrence, Haverhill and Worcester, Mass.; Manchester, N. H.; Portland, Me. An ea.-y way to keep -. silver bright - is put a handful of borax in a pan of hot water with a very little soap? Put the : . Iver in this and lct it stand the entire . I t lornina. Linse in clea-r , water . and wipe A wooden kitchen' chair can be painted ,'rv with" a soft cloth. - black, outlined m gilt, and decoratr-dj FOR SALE Good Horse for Light Trucking or Light Farm Work. Weight 1,100. ADDRESS BB', REFORMER OFFICE Four Garbage Routes to Let Inquire of Mr. Tubba, Organ Street W ige Commissioners FRANK A. SNOW yiolin Teacher Call Tel. 78-M 10 Putney Road Orchestra Furatehed for All Occasions LUMBER We are now ready to buy nearly all kinds of soft and hard wood lumber. Tree run. Holden & Martin Lumber Co. Mcintosh Apples Delivered in Brattleboro SCOTT FARM TeL 227-T Try a Universal Elec tric Warmer and save coal. We have them oi sale at our store and will be pleased to dem onstrate. We have a complete line of 5-A horse blankets and our prices are very reasonable. "VVe solicit your requirements. D. H. SMITH'S Service Garage Putney, Vt. WINCIIESTER-BRATTLEBORO JITNEY Leaves Winchester Ilouse S a. m., 1.15 p. in. Leaves Mann's Store (Hinsdale) 8.30 a. in., 1.55 p. m. RETURN TRIPS. Leaves Root's Pharmacy 10.30 a. m., 4.30 p. m. Daily Except Sunday Edward F. Leitzinger PIANO TUNER 'PhoDA SS8-M before a. m. and after 6 px mt . ; ' , , Clear Policies REASONABLE KATES General Insurance Agency- GEO. Ml GLAY k BANK BLOCK, BRATTLEBORO- Putting off the order for those Christmas Por traits is like buying the cus tomary Necktie on Christmas .JEve it's nev er ' very satis- factory but it has to do! The Shorey Studio 103 Main Street Brattleboro, Vt. with painted flowers; to be used in a bed room or on the porch. Snow shoes and s-kiis are nn the Clirist- Tias.iist of manv a voimirster and TJob- xvn :a .ii ,i 1.,. , ,;.,. l...,. i mus a. . o n. ten . jiie int-y ii.im- uuv v, i-uT- . line as ca:i be found anvwhere. You nS W as ,ate if you are X Ci;.U iul lirtii.i i,- iV,iL ij homing to- make soiae en 1 -r botr happy the place of water: when nil disfihfV 'and ' nmke voiir seleetLpus R-nWieA'TOfrofiiun 'J1MSi;MkBn1 h niQnt. 7 m t-nT-1 fit Ll.ii 1 4 r kai t", t- Tvn i ii-1 1 1 make soap bubbles strong. The following' is a trool proiortion: rv eastile so;. p. Sweet cider in tewinu prunes w i. lent. aid to be an improve- one part; glycerin, 1j parts; parts. '! la vour search for Ctristinag handker- vvater, 20 chiefs you will tind a 'Ho 'more eoniT'lete Hue than at the J. r. Austin store. -ilany novelties as well as all tlie '"standard stvles Do vou enjoy a (tin f cood cocoa? (let ;:re included. and vou win find tlieni eiy a -an of '-Pairf and Shaw's "Cocoa of Y.x- i eiisonably pliccd. cellence"' with vanilla-flavor t the C'oryj- - Market. It rank with other Pasre & Si;iw .j,,ids which are well known for their h'!p Tjuality.- it is h-old in cms of two sizes. A mustard piter mixed with white ok"' will not blister. A woman's hair is so essentially a p.. i t of her ir! appearance that it should al ways be kept in jod condition. Cet Miss t.iillin to help you to do this. A way to keep windows from steaming or frosting is to clean the inside of the If you chance to tear your 'fjnarer on a nisty nail or have any bruise" which you fear, may pet infection,., apply a poultice made of milk curdled , with alum. Keep thp Hpiilicatioiw hot and a quick cure is effected". ARREST THRKE FOR MURDER. (Continued from l'age 1.) BACON Banjos and Ukuleles are the best. Factory pno and easv term. Learn to play the Ukulele the "American Way. h.asy and the onlv wav- to Ret real music from a ukf. Banjo, Mandolin and Guitar Instruction. P)ipil of Stfllario Cambria, Italy's finest soloist. Classes open. Phone or write for appointment. E. O. COOKE, 16 Prospect Court. Painting and Paper Hanging Write or call at Li. A. M0M0NEY, 49 Cla-k Avenue SAVE YOUR TREES PRUNING AND BOLTING IV.riT THIT.S A SPECIALTY ' J. J, 1 iOI :v o. C .oc 315, Brattleboro NEW -'HAIR alter BALDNESS inV oenuine bear oil and other lotnt lngr.-di-im. is wonderfully successful For men. wom ,n eiaiJren. Hair Brown. darlruff - eliminated m many ease when all else failed. dAH ASTEB and money-refund offer. Ort- a "L any busy pharmacy; or send 10 cents tor iTOui -Box of KOTALKO to "V . : S J. S. DriKain, Inc, Slalioa F.Ncw TforMuY. FRED C. LEITSINGfcR- PIANO TUNING Tel. S27-M. CARL F. CAIN MERCHANT TAILOR 159 Main Street Tcbacco Pipe Worth $500,000. What is paid to be tlie most expen sive nnd valuable pipe in the world is owned by the shah of Persia. It is the oftieial pipe of that country and" is smoked only on special state occa sions. It is so bedecked with rubies1 and diamonds 'its value is said to be over SoOO.OOO.--Ohio State Journal.' c! I'oston. wliile Lovell was arrested in Pi ix tii mvil!e by 'Sheriff James .McDonald f J.udlow and Detective 1'dward Brown, also of tlit AVood .Detect ive A enc.v, Doston. Tlie tliree men in Fair Haven were ar rested while at work in the slate tiar ries of the t(wn in the afternoon. They were taken on a process issued by Judfie Tahi A. l'ratt of that town after an alT (hiy conference between Attorney Gener al' Frank ( Archibald. State's Attorney Philip 1. .Phelps, the detectives and local oflieers. The arrests were made after the first cursory investigation, dropped soon after the death of Hayes, was renewed by a bit of evidence disclosed by a defeated 1omco who is now in custndv at the Ad dison county jail in Middlebury. The gruesome aftermath resolves into a tale of romance and tragedy, leading from burglary, robbery and adultery to a most brutal homicide, evidently perpetrated in Fair Haven when the body of - Owen Haves was cast into the C'astleton river. The body of Haves was found under neath the bridge ..in Fair Haven village on the morning of Oct.. 6. An autopsy was performed and it was believed that the' man' had accideiitly walked off the bridge into the waters of the Castleton river where he was drowned. The investi gation .wis stopued Rafter the autopsy. .. The first intimation of raurder. ---came from Hadeline Longe, the ; CKyear-oid dnusrh tet- of - Peter Tjonge, anJ sweetheart of Louis; Pishon who is rmrj iif -the cVd dison eomtvr-jail Tieuding his: trial' Tor' a statutory offense". TlesJs chargedwiTtr'Ifi"-" cailnmj tne jouug . uuuyuie-f 01 j. eiei Longe. 4 .. -. Constaile 'Brottri-'of Fair Haven, while commit tin j Bishop-t?-t-he 'Addison county jail, developed a oohsevvatioji -with the yo'w'nw piisoneriii Vhicb'he djfvulced some ctartlin?informa,tioii.Ie' w "sore" on Teier liMiire, wh entered tne complaint aaainst ' him which - sent him to jail. omi? Hishon. who is. not rated very hiah mentally, told Brown- that "Longe's girl has got a story that i,s.,rAore interesting than mine". Brown persuaded Bishop to write a note to the gii'l. and the consta ble, on his return toFair Haven, took it to her. The epistle urged her to "tell the officers what your father has done". As soon : as Brown returned, the girl divulged : the whole story. "Lowell told me that father and his com panions had killed a man," she said, "he urged me to keen still and not say a word about it. Now I've snilled the beans." The twisted and interwoven story of the -tragedy develops the following: ,-U&bo'ii;aW left three small . children. Bishop had fallen in love with 15-year-old Madeline and she fell iu love, with his children and his children were taken into his own home where the was housekeeper, nnd she became foster mother to the three motherless children. . Longe married a .wealthy girl of To.rtn to Canada. Later "he tired of her, and when Madeline, the youngest child, was less titan a year old, he abducted the chil dren, deserted the wife and . tied. For nine years the deserted wife, with plenty of means from her parents, employed pri vate detectives and roamed Vermont aiid New .Hampshire in an effort to find tjie children, but he succeeded- in eluding all pursuit. After a live years quest she abandoned her search, heart-broken, and committed suicide in, Cliarlestown, X. 71. According to information in the pos session of the state authorities, Owen Hayes was trailed to a dark place near the river, where Jio was hit on the head with a Hub, and his senseless form was then hidden, in the bushes. Later, while dying' it has been' disclosed he was taken up and thrown into tlie river. Hayes had $238 orr his person on the day iu question, but only $10 was on his person when found. He was 'one of (ive brothers, all bachelors, who lived with their 82-year old widowed mother, who was the family treasurer. There was one sister, Mrs. Mary Brown. The stories told were contradictory, but the authorities learned sufficient to hold Longe, DufFany;: ' BaVtwell. Further inquiry developed that Lovell, who dis appeared "Soon -after - the - death "of Hayes, had corresponded -rtfr-Longe' from Pror toisvilte where he T-bad -been -employed a a) hotel- porter. ; Detective Edward i C. BtowiiG BoUuiwTio was- here ut l!nt l;Mid. juiHed to J Vocrs vil t V arid ,se .i'ied.t b fd of $ff rTFBelMcDnn ald ofU indsoft cofi-tjr.i fa4N3fWt-ended bite last ntKhmvitlxiievciruf 3,v elj, who h&ifin 'Miat has 1iveivt virs under an alias,and VftLa wife fltfeei ler : The detect i-ips.!)ave btyii unablii t4 trace -his antecedently'' .V.v; .. X ( The eirl AfaijJine. claims;.'! o'by jnfii'tii ated with tlwj'" wfo is ht--jaiWfid she finally admitted yto her father,- who be came suspicions. of her actions, that she had taken trips .to Springfield, Bellows 'Falls and Boston with Bishop. The fa ther complained to the. state s attorney, who investigated the case and finally charged Bishop, who appears to be some what of a half wit, and who admitted tne trips witn tne girl, but said he was madly in love with her and wanted to I marry hef. Her age, 15, would, however, be an age to bar marriage. t Bishop's wife was Florence Smith-ot Benson, and following yesterday's dis I closure she canie to the state authorities and asked permission to take the thVcV 'children and care for them. Hie ehil- Qiartpr .Xo. 1-430 t.itiiirvt.f fH-irioiVNo. 1 KEPDpgFraifTIOX OF VERMO.NT.NATIOXAL BANK. at brattleboro, in the State Vermont, at the close of buiiiies, on Noternlxrr 1S.-1VJ. RESOURCKS.- .ft--.... . .-- . 1 f, -"',( t Labe' a,fJ!.-4!i$.'ifeUi intur''eaj-icotfnts'V.r.t:..'-.':v . jvsitd bjU.wliscfuntcd otSer than with Federal. . df y ta oa Overdrafts, unsecured ) U. S. Gowrnnwrnt securities owned : Dejosited to secure circulation (tT. Ss-Mnds a"r valutr -'' WfWwa tolhtrera'rf.Ptatt'tjr other, diipoitsQ bills ,, . ' yiayalde t ,.' 't pVtied and uriuicdged ''-' -'-: '- - '-U af avtng'' Certificates - aitd Thrift. Stamps actually owned . .i-.'. . . . . . . . .-i.. . . .4 . . '. . '.i -. . -jiJ. . t -.t Total U. S. Government securities Other bonds, securities, etc.: Bonds (other than U. S. bonds) pledged to secure postal savings deposits Securities, -other than U. S. bonds (not including stocks), owned and .unpledged - !.-i'-v'.- Deposited with Trust Department in accordance with pro visions cf Sec. 11-K, Federal Reserve Act .. -i Total bonds.' securities, etc.. other than U. S Stock of Federal Keserve Bank (50 per cent of subscription) Value of banking house, owned and unincumbered Lawful reserve with Federal Keserve Bank Cash in vault and net amounts. due from national banks .- Checks on other banks in the same city or town as reporting bank Total of the last two items $165,891.17 Checks on banks located outside of city or town of reporting - " - bank and other casli items Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer and due from U. S. Treasurer Interest - earned but not collected approximate on Notes and Bills Receivable not past due , , , ,V 12V.K5 i97,ir.ontv-1- S ' 25 ,5(10.03 ' 7,(XX).00 398,923.98 '.17,090.00 . 373,840.00 Total. -r:?,923.9S . 12.0UJ.00 32.556.24 11)7 .944.35 164.559,53 1,331.64 3.857.79 7,500.00 7,500.00 $2,891,531.34 LIABILITIES.. Capital stock paid in ..; v-i Surplus fund ;.. . . Undivided profits , , - .... . $509,383.28 Less current" expenses, interest, and taxes'paid ...... ,4' 21,237.77 Interest and discount collected or credited in advance of maturity and - not earned (approximate) Amount reserved for all interest accrued Circulating notes outstanding Amount due to Federal Reserve Bank (deferred credits) ,. Xet amounts due to national banks Net amounts due to banks, bankers, and trust companies in the United States and foreign countries , Certified checks outstanding Cashier's checks on own bank outstanding Total of last five items 245,026.44 Demand deposits (other than bank deposits) subject to Reserve (.deposits payable within 30 ilays): Individual deposits subject to check Dividends unpaid Total of demand deposit (other than bank depos its) subject to Reserve $1,317,976.33 Time deposits subject to Reserve (payable after 30 days,. or subject to 30 days or more notice, and postal savings): Postal savincs deposits , . Other time deposits -. ', ,... , Total of time deposits subject to Reserve, iVist two - ' ' items ..v $33,883:06' XJ. S. Government Securities borrowed without furnisbirVg collateral Se-. . curity for same .s, .N ....... -Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank T. 200,000.00 200,000.00 488,145.51 6.200.00 1.. 500.00 147,800.00 - 16,555.75 3,694.70 182,754.92 33.00 41.9b8.07 U17.951.33 25.00 8H3.fj6 JS.OUO.OO 752)0.00 174,000.00 . Total $2,891,531.34 lS.ocuxw st and dis- 51V7, Rtfv. cents was Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve- Bank' Of the total loans and discounts shown above, the amount on which, -inter? count was charged at rates in 'excess of those permitted by-law-; (Sec. Stat.) .(exclusive of notes upon which total charge-not to .exceed . 50 made) was $v9,O2O.O0. The number of such loans was 34.;'" ' ' " . " . - - State of- Vermowtv-Gount-y of Windham, -gg- - .1, CHARLES G., STAFJ-ES, Cashier of the above-name.d hank, do sojemnly. swear -.that the above statement ia true to trie best of iv kmufc-fEdg-e and belief, a. CHARLES G. SJAI'LES, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 27th day of Xovembef,' 1920. . . . Ji. F. .SCHWEXK, Notary Tublic. - ' ' . ' Correct Attest: -" ' " k T.-M. TYLER, . . i ' .-. - -. jttitArr.ti4'! '" : -. . F. R. A'AUGHAX. - ... .r . '-. j ,J., .. '. - DirectOES-' . . ..r .-' -J .- ;r .. . .,1,., Be Rdaciy 'far OppdrUimty The man who has a savings account is prepared to take advantage of opportunities when they offer. His experi ence has shown him that the only opportunities that can do him any good are those which he is in a position to grasp. He knows that tie must be prepared beforehand. A savings account at this bank pays you 4 per cent inter est compounded semi-annually. In case you need the , money you can call and get it at any time. If you should not pay any attention to the account whatever, your in terest goes on just the same, and is added to the account every six months... Such an account grows rapidly. ;j "Let us help you to get in a position to grasp the next op portumty that cdrnes yourjway, We invite you tcr open, a . savings, account .with us. f " A. " , V - ' 5 i. - -. 'j i ., ..- - - -' h Brattleboro Triist Gow? I S... , . 'TBratdeLxjri'Vt:-""" x-1 A Head F TSTT or r mures T Kot every one Jias a head for figures, can keep """Books accurately, look after accounts and follow. the intricacies of business. You 'may he Cgood ;c farmer.an -excellent, salesman oa neat Jhou$e Keeperird ye'trfail for lack of management. Let lsanjojier you. - .ivt uil s .3 UUJiJ ? ; , Peoples National Bank BRATTLEBORO, YT. . j 'v