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THE mtATTLEBOllO DAILY ItEEORMElt. SATURDAY, .JANUARY 20, 1021.
6 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS 6 cents a line first Insertion; S& cent a line each subsequent insertion. C&&b la Advance. Mlnlmnm Charge, 20 cents. WANTED. .WANTED Tilde boarders, Callat X-. 1 J .SO Main St. .1: WANTETV At the Albany Cafe. Jirst elass pastry cook. fresh FOR SALE. yOU SALE Furniture and ranges, new and second-hand, at J. II. Dunton's. , WANTED Li ve ci:gs. TeL 321-13. poultry and VSnTEI Washings or work V the Lour. TeL 2l)H-Y. - ..WANTED Several wood choppers, at once. . Harold Pratt, Putney, 09, - WANTED Two two-horse teams for "drawing wood and logs. Ilolden &0ar: tin.. .WANTED 1,000 fowls. Pay 30c. a lb. live weight. Drop me a card. M.Blaek, P. Q. Box 2S3 20b-tf WANTED Ono upright post ltoring machine, second hand. Apply R" U.k Reformer trice. LM !-- WANTED Position in clerical or bookkeeping department. Address A. G , c-o Keforiner Office. 2to--tJ FOU SALE -Square piano in good condition ; sell cheap. SVS Western Ave. , ... .,,,.:..- : firru-i FOU SALE Two good sled or wagon bodies also one auto truck' body. Ohas. Miner. ... . L'T'.M f FOU" SALE A few ' tons of gopd early :ut hay. E, B. Covey, S7 -West, ern Ave. 1 " 5 274-tf .i IIINSDALK, N. II. WANTED Position as housekeeper in small faniilv. Good plain cook. Address IVix 2M. ReformcrOmce. 21--!V VNTED Companion for invalid lady commencing Monday, Jan. 31. Fred Mar- telle,l03 South MainSt: :;s)-s:i WANTED Middle-aged woman f"i general housework in small family. Ad dress Easy, Reformer ( Mice. -sll,f FOR SALE First quality horse hay, ntock ha v and fowen. W. S. Pratt. Brat- tleboro. Vt. 259-tf! FOR SALE Best quality maple syrup, soft sugar upon order. H. L. Millington. Tel. 583-R. -tf GREEN WOOD FOR SALE Four ft. or 10 in.; also k few gallons of maple syrup. G. J. Perkins & Son. Tel. 9-122. 1! l.Vtf Vt U S A LE Purebred Scotch collie puppies. Bred from good cattle dogs. E. L. Welcome, West Chesterfield. N. II. Tel. 74-14. 2-2113 FOU SALE Baldwin apples (sprayed fruit), .S3 per bbl., barrel returned. Mrs. J. A. Clark, R. F. D. 3, Brattlcboro, Vt. Tel. ir-12. 27ti-2.sl FOR SALE Green hard wood, 4 ft.. SIO: stove length. S11..10 a cord. Cash on i delivery, .lohn O. Johnson, 1!S Williams St. Ti l. 323-W. 27.t-2S4 WAM'LU-ltnom ana oouru in F'vu c Guaranteed free from rot. ami family by boy. Must be reasonable. Ad-1 , .. , j , dress lioy, lieiormer umw "u tei field. -. . . ...... . x-fRT'I A 411 ! :...! . ,.f..TH.it Ali.un.U..Uil .u hums mi uiiii.- 1'OIf and real estate Brattleboro. Vt. ( 'liaiiin R. F. D. Farm Agency.1 !7i-3tis Arthur L. Welcome, West Ches N. II. Tel. 74-14. 2s2-2'.t3 sale' chairs, iro Pr. bo WANTED To tradw cows or heifers ; Jloom 2U. for a Ford truck. T. A. Pratt, Brattlc boro, Vt., c-o Spofford Stage. 277-2M n bed ; and Flier Md-fashioned bureau. , ma hoi;;) ny bed, refrigera other small articles. Call P.uildimr. 2S1-2S3 FOR SALE Clocks, watches, musi cal instruments, guns, revolvers, tools, "WANTED At once, an experienced . eye-glasses, reading glasses, lield glasses, imttpr tnnker. Annlv to North lu ver , telescopes, mens overcoats, women s Oamcrv Association, Jacksonville. Vt. j heavy coats, counter scales, gas range, iinrniues. Vjr. v . usuuiau, w. .uaiu isu, l'hone 230. 27C.-2S1 WANTED Competent girl as plain cook and table girl in small family ; good wages. Address P. O. Box 412, Brattle boro. 2o4-tf WANTED Customers for strictly fresh eggs and choice potatoes. A. T. Graves, Upper Dumnierston Road. Tel. 0-21. 27."-tf WANTFD few more customers f.r gilt-edged lueriisey butter. E. L. Wel--ome, West Chesteriield, N. II. Tel. 74-14. 2S2-2S.7 WANTED To buy corn fodder, row en or stock hav : small or la rue lot. B. A. Pratt, Brattleboro, Vt., c-o Spoil' Stage. - FOR SALE Thirty-three horses ju arrived: 1(1 pair, 3.(100 to 3.4MI; balance 2.400 to !00. Several single horses. 1.2(M to I.M.mi. All liorses warranted. One pair fancy buckskins aged .". 2.MM) Nixt load in two weeks. Guilford & Wood Horse Co., F. J. AVood. Prop. Shel burne t ails, Alass. . 0-bo SPECIAL MOTICIIS. .rd 'Nl WANTED Experienced stenographer II AIR GOODS E. P. Bailey, 208 Bar ter BIdg. 182-tf EXPRESS AND Plante. Tel. .r,3-R. JOBBING 1'erley 2('.C.-2C0 CHIROPODY Elizabeth P. Bailey, and all round office clerk. Apply by letter ; 208 Barber Bldg. 0 to 122 stating experience anil giving references. It. Reformer Office. 2M t f WANTED .Man or wr.man, salary S30 full time, 7.""c. an hour spare time, svlling ' guaranteed hosiery to wearer. Experience unnecessarv. International Hosiery MilN. Norristown, Pa. 2M 'Phone 000-W. to u. lS2-tf $272 a Word some money eh ? - We'll say it's a lot o' money! ' One man Won $3,000 on the 11 words he submitted In the Kveready Flashlight Contest. A woman won $1,000. And two other women and one man won $500 apiece. Ninety-nine . other persons get anywhere from $250 down to $10. Who are these folks? What was their guess as to- what the famous letter said? $10,000.00 in cash prizes, 1 dis tributed tins week araim? lO-l winners in the. t5g Kveready Flashlight Contest. Who won? What won? We've got the whole story in onr window this week. And when you come around, bring that idle flash light. No matter what make, n new Eveready Battery will give it new life. CHAS. F. MANN S3 Main TEL. 38 S8 Mln Autostrop Safety Razors 30-Day Free, Trial. Death of Mrs. K. I). Jeffords. Mrs. Abb ie (Hunter) Jeffords,. 51, wife of Edwin I. Jeffords of Chicoiee Falls, Mass., died in her home Saturday morning. Death was due to a compli cation of -diseases from which she had suffered tnanv weeks. Born in Winchester, N. II, Feb. 10, 103., j-he was a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. llnry E. Hunter. The greater part of her early life was spent in this lown, where she was well known by ninny. She hud luadn her bom in Ghicopce Fulls' the past 23 years. No near rela tives survive, except her. husband. , The; funeral was held Monday after noon In Chh'opet Palls, llov. Dr. Neil McPhf'iwoii, pa-tor of the First Congre galionnl clinrch In Springfield, Mass., otlicint lug. The body was brought here Tuesday morning for burial in Pine Grove cemetery. Rev. J. II. Sargent, pastor of tlio First Omgregational church lu re, offered prayer at the .grave. Lovell & Telfer BRATTLEBORO'S OLDEST RELIABLE HARDWARE STORE Which Costs More? To Have Insurance and Not Need It OR To Need Insurance and Not Have It Geo. M Clav General Insurance Agency ank Block Brattleboro. Vt. EARN SC. to SI 2 weekly addres mailing circulars spare time ;tt homi- ; striHtn.ns Zn Mailers List Co.. " 2"sth St.. Detroit, Midi. 2sd-l BARGAINS -mg 1 7 IN MAGAZINES Most favorable terms on 6ingle subscriptions or WANTED Beef, hogs and calves and; on reduced club rates. Send for booklet. pome nice fresh cows, delivered at my place , Brattleboro News Co. 182-tf j Saturday or at the denot Monday morn ing. I will pav market price. II. (J. Clark, Brattleboro. 34-tf WANTED Men devote spare time welling guaranteed trees, shrubs, plants. Liberal weekly pay. If you. mean busi ness cry DON'T let anyone fool you. Sell your junk to the right dealer get full price and the right scale. Telephone connection. M. Gissen, 101 Williams St 51-tf Famous f n tVT i vriTru-M VTi's: iss, write for territory. Guaranty Nurs- j Celebrated Gypsy Vitck Yortune Telling y, Rochester, N. . -bb--SJ ;ar(s sent postpaid on receint of SI. J. WANTED We have a client that l. Uliams iiook Co., W orcester, M: want"' a home in a small village. Prefers an old style house with shade trees. Towns like Newfane, Townshend, Swan 27s-L0S MARKED DOWN SALE All Wool zey, Chesterfield, Spofford or Ashuelot . $i.2o, $1.70 and $1.!5 a pound. Postage ;vu , , iau ,, r 1 ,V i J c, paid on $o oraers. Write for samples. H W. Edgett & Co. S. 274-tf WANTED I pay $3 a dozen for talk ing machine records. I pay cash for that old junk in your attic. I buy guns, A. Bartlett, Harmony, Maine. 252-287 MAGAZINES AT LOWEST PRICES Write me about what magazines you want for the coming year. I can get them tor you hi money savins crices. Airs. G COME IN AND LOOK OVER THE New Woolens In all the Latest Styles For Winter wear. The best there is in Fine Custom Tailoring. PRICES ARE LOWER WALTER H. HAIGH Elliot Street - - - i ,vuii a i luuuejr tiuK prices. iurs. Ki. tools, bicycles : anything I can fix up to M J,ve, Magazine Specialist, South New sell again, (..all me up and make a date fy,,.. vt l-f or send in your goods and get all they are worth to me. G. A . Cushman. (1 Main St.. Phone 230. 270 2s 1 WANTED An institution in Brattle boro is in need of a sexton or janitor ; one who understands steam heating. A mod ern, j--rooni house to live in goes with the place. There is a demand for places LOST. I. ST Large black and white cat. An swers to name of '.lack." Reward. Tel. lOol-W. L'so-'Vs" L ST Cat. Body two shades of brisrht to room in town, so by renting rooms and U'J11S'' snipe. .o Anite. mugs or very tne salary paid the janitor makes a fair income. S. W. Edgett, Brattleboro. 247-t f " TO RENT. TO RENT Rooms, 51 Soutli Main St. 270-2.N1 TO RENT Nice three-room apart ment, all furnished, ground floor, a good ne.- Chas. Miner, 1 Church St., up one night. .-. 270-tf LOGSWANTED We are ready to contract for all kinds and to pay top price for butt cutas S. A. SMITH MFG. CO. ligut yellow on tail. Reward for return or information. Mrs. S. S. Hunt 77 Green St. Tel. 202. 2S1-2S1 WOOLEN CLOTH For the boys. MOTHERS, yon ran cut down the HIGH COST OF LIVING on your boy's clothing. We are selling direct from the MILL strong, durable cloth. Nice line of patterns to select from, suitable FOR ALL THE FAM ILY. Write us for samples. ASHUELOT WOOLEN CO. Gilsum, N. II. FIRE and LIFE Insurance !:. , ..--j-; ' ; ; ; . '; Strong, Reliable Companies Sanford A. Daniels Crosby Block, Brattleboro Carl A. Mitchell Exclusive Undertaking 180 Main Street Telephoae 8S4-W or &X4-R Write for Full Particulars and Terms HIGHEST REFERENCES BEST RESULTS PROMPTNESS ASSURED WATSON E. COLEMAN Patent Lawyer 624 F. St., N. W., Washington, D. C. Ceoign C.reene t North Hinsdale is ill. Roy D. Taylor was in Keene over Sunday. Cluulrq M. Taylor' was in Greenfield, Mn., .MoimIii.v. TIip end ml Western L'nion telegraph is at Minn's pharmacy. Daniel llealey of Brooklyn visited Mr. ii ml Mrs. Arthur Taylor last week, .la men IJedding has had his home on Spring Mreet wired for electricity. Mrs. C. A. Cray was ill last week, but M now able to be out of doOrs. Miss Lillian Myers of Florence. Mass., visited n) her home here over Sunday. Miss Bent rice Currier' of Amherst, Mass., has been spending a few days in town. Prrtnk Young has Lad his house on llililuii'l avenue wired for -electric lights. The Eagle Iron foundry reopened Monday utter being shut down two weeks. Mrs. Ralph 'Wood of Ashuelot was g-ue.-t of ber sister, Mrs. L. N. Stearns, last week. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Wright of Greenfield. Mass., were week-end guests or relatives. Rack numbers of magazines from the reading room will be sold Thursday eve ning. Jan. 27. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Puree! I have had their home on High street wired for electric lights. Mrs. Catherine Dew, clerk at Mann's pharmacy, is attending the Rcxall con vention in lioston tins week. Miss Nellie Redding of Springfield Mass., visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs, lames Redding, over Sundav. fohu Snow of the Worcester Polvtech me Institute m Worcester. Mass., 'is ited at his home here recently. Miss Ora Bergeron of Andover, Mass. came Saturday night for a few davs -it with relatives and friends. Miss Nome Purcell of Greenfield Mass.. was a guest Sunday of her par cuts. Mr. ami .Mrs. .Maurice I'urciII. Miss Marshall of Whitinsviile. Ma was recently entertained by Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Holland and Rocer Holland Thomas Ilanrahan of Framini'ham .Mass.. i,;is come to the home of hi- hrotuer. .Michael Ilanrahan, to visit w weeKs. The annual festival and college fair by mvcrsalist society will be held in PAPER MILL FELTS For children's garments, woolen blankets and all household needs. Heavy and light, 1(M per cent pure washable wool. Sent parcel post from our Maine mill at ."iOe per pound, any width. About seven pounds per large blanket. PONTIAC W OOLEN PRODI CTS S East 31th Street New York C. W. Miller & Co. GENERAL ROOFERS Slate and Gravel Roofs Repaired Tin and Copper Roofing a Specialty All kinds of cement walks, steps, and cellars, also patented process bathroom walls and fire place hearths .warranted for life,. All work promptly attended to. 28 Clark St. , Tel. 611-J LET THE Over -Sea Shoe Shop Men : , . Shine . and Repair v. . Shoes v.. Thomas T. Brittan Fire Accident Insurance Liability Life Wilder Bldg., Brattleboro NOTICE! "Gibson" Guitars and Mandolins and ' Bacon" Banjos and Ukuleles can be obtained only -if purchased from the undersigned. Special rates for instruction and exceedinglv eay trrms on instruments. Two perfect "Gibson" Man dolins at a Real Bargain. Act quickly! E. O. COOKE 16 Prospect Court 'Phone First Class Pressing and Cleaning Satisfaction Guaranteed. Prompt Deliver BROOKS HOUSE BARBER SHOP FRANK A. SNOW Violin Teacher Call Tel. 78-M Orchestra Furnished 10 Putney Road for All Occasions Four Garbage Routes to Let Inquire of Mr. Tubbs, Organ Street VILLAGE COMMISSIONERS CARL F. CAIN MERCHANT- TAILOR 159 Main Street Painting and Paper Hanging ATrite or call at L. A. MOMONEY S, 4 Clark Avenue A Card of Appreciation. I wish to express my gratitude to the Grand Army of the Republic, the Woman's Relief Corns. Sons of Veterans, Daughters of I'oeahontas and friends for the tlowers and sympathy tendered ln-niy recent be reavement. . Brattleboro, Vt., Jan. 29, 1021." ' Proper Flower Arrangement. The essential point In all flower ar rangement Is that there shall be form end balance, yet that the composition shall not be perfectly symmetrical, as perfect symmetry is not found in na ture. In order to attain the desired effect the flower stalks and branches used are carefully. bent and twisted, and this work Is done with such deli cacy and dexterity ns to conceal the fact that their- fgrms have." b-oh tered by artificial-means. the am. the town hall next week Thursday t nday evefnKs Rufus" M. LanRworthy is ill with uneu lonia in his home on Hancock street Mrs. J. Sofihie Hale of Greenfield Mass., trained nurse, is rarin? for him .News lias been reeeived of the safe arrival of .Mr. and .Mrs. Orr n ('. Rob ertson. .Mr. and Mrs. Georsre A. Robert son. and Mr. and Mrs. Janu s O'Rrien at Jacksonville, t la. Tlo .selectmen will be in tl.eir room ."sat unlay, .Ian. L".l, and Mondav. Jan ".1. from ." to ." mid from 7 to !t n. in in uuys. u bills against the town must be in on or before Jan. .11. The Men's club of the t'onuregational church will meet Friday evening at i. l-t o clock for business and a social time, and to give any men of the church in opiortunity to attend and in in the club. Men's Sunday will be observed in the I irst Congregational church Sundav .mn. me topic oi me sermon in the morning will be Ituried Treasures The evening sermon subject will be aluo of ision. Mrs. A. J. Tewksbury of Littleton Miss Lamoille ('. Lungwort hy of Gam bridge, Mass.. and Mrs. Marv Lnn -.i . e if. . . . - , Htinuy ol iiampion. i ., nave com, to the home of R. M. Langworthy, called I .1 "II !., ... iy tue uiness or rue latrer Clinton V. Hall of Pine Castle, Fla died ot peritonitis in a sanitarium at Orlando Jan. 14. Mr. -Hall was well known in this locality ami had made trequent visits here. The body will be brought to estmoreland in the spring ior burial A lecture and stereoptieon views en l!ll . 1 1 1 . & .1 m tinea rounuers or tne liepublic, was held in the vestry of the First Congrega tional church uednesdav evening. Jan .... m .... , , . ,. "T -, at i. .hi ociock. a email lee ' was charged, the proceeds to be used for the benefit of the lioy Scouts. The annual concert and bull under the auspices of the Hinsdale fire denart merit which was held in the town hall nday evening, was largely attended Mauy from the neas-by towns were pres enr. .n excellent supper was served at intermission to a large crowd, by the ladies ot tne Liuversalist church. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rell were pleas antly surprised and entertained Satur day evening in the home of Mr. and Mrs Clarence 15. ONeil. where several rel.i fives and friends gathered in honor of the 'Z.AW anniversary of their marriage, At J ociock a supper was served fol lowed by a social time, durintr which Mrs. Ezra I'ike read an original ptiem aiiriiriiue m tin? occasion. Mr. and .Mrs. Hell received a basket of silver coins and silver sions. HOOVER CRITICIZES. Says; U. S. Not letting Good Exanipl " -- in Its Armament ' Program. COLL.MIU S, O.. Mail. 29. Assertion that the United States "is not setting up a parucuiaiiy wormy example in its nro gram ot greater armameut," were made here yesterday by Herbert Hoover, head of the movement to help starving children in Europe. The former iood administrator declared he saw "no reason why the United States should cancel the war debt of the allied nations when, they are spending, more for armament than it would take to pay-the oruicipal and interest on the debts. Air Hoover said he could not discuss the ru mor that he was to have a rdace in Pres ident -elect Harding's cabinet without "putting someone in difhenlty." Hardware Lime and Cement Paints and Varnishes Oils Doors and Windows Tools ' Poultry Supplies Incubators Barn Equipment Sporting Goods Ammunition Builders' Supplies Window and Plate Glass; LOVELL & TELFER 110 MAIN STREET SATISFACTORY SERVICE NO TREASURY SURPLUS. (Continued from Page .".) tion with the governor giving interrupted service. It should be continuous. A .... . . . l. verv distinct advance was inane vwicu Governor Graham brought the different state departments to Montpelier. A gub ernatorial residence would be another marked improvement. I believe this an swers the inquiries you submitted tor my consideration. Clement's Former Position. Mr. (lenient in his message to the vot ers of Vermont two years ago. states as follows: "To the electors of Vermont: Iwo considerations urge me to declare myself a candidate for governor at this time. First, the recent revelations of a vicious business system in the cffice'of state au ditor," etc. A good many Republicans who differed with Mr. Clement in regard to the sec ond proitosal. which concerned the adop tion of the JNtli amendment but looked upon him as thoroughly uualitied to clean the Augean stables at MoutjMdier, voted for bun at that tune. 1 hey have since expressed great disappointment. I fail to see any warrant for such disappoint ment, the Free Press, in an editorial a few days ago. stated that Mr. Clement alwavs runs "true to form." He has lone this and nothing more. I do not think he has deviated a hair. My observations of his mental atti tude toward Vermont s welfare m for mer vears led me to this conclusion. For instance: In 1JMK5 there was a law passed taxing the dermsits in antional bank's, the same as in savings banks and trust companies. This seemed to be a fair, couitable ami just law. No good reason could be advanced why one das of deosits should pay a state tax and another class to be exempted. Shortly after this law went into ef fect Mr. (lenient, as president of the Clement National bank refused to pay the tax. Suit was brought and the case taken to the supreme court of Vermont, which decided in the state s favor. Mr. Clement then appealed to the United States supreme court and again Ins con tention was decided adversely. Jf you turn to the auditor's report you will see that the national banks the past year paid into the state treasury S'AS.tXM, and since l'.lll. STl'.UMHl, and for the full period since the law was enacted, approximately $1.(HH).IMM, which the state of Vermont would have been de prived of if his efforts to ovoid 'just tax ation bad met with favorable judicial de cision. So I say, that I have not been surprised or disappointed regarding Mr. Clement's administration of the finances of the state the past two years. He simply has run "true to form." Yours tmlv, OLIN MERRILL. WIIITINGIIAM. Frank C. Perry, after visiting rela tives in town, left Monday for Agawani, Mass. About 15 couples enjoyed the dance in Green Mountain hall Saturday even ing. Ernest Stitnpsoh is working in Brat tleboro at C. S. Chase's. He went there soon after Christmas. The young people's class in , Sunday school will give a social at the vestry Friday evening of this week. Pauline Hathaway and Belle Thomp son, teachers in Wilmington, spent the week-end with Miss Mable Hathaway at J. it. Uiiietts. Mir. and Mrs. Burton Bailey of Aga wain, Mass.. spent Wednesday with his father, l. L. Bailey, and sister, Mrs. Earl E. Dickinson, and , family at Mrs. Abbie M. Kelsey s. - ' " Two automobiles were on ithe lake Sunday. They belonged to parties from Greenfield, Mass., who came for the day to fish through the ice. A good quantity of pickerel was procured. Forty-eight members of the Christian Endeavor society from Readsboro" and 2( members from Wilmington enjoyed a sleighride to this village . Friday evening and the -ladies iienevolent society served them a supper in tne church Tes try. Mrs. G. W. Kentfield returned Satur ciay atrer spenuing over two weeks in New York city, where her sister, Mrs. urace Mi er wood, underwent an opera tion-for tumors at a hospital. Mrs. Slier wood is convalescing and is expected to come here in a few days for a few weeks reenjteration. - ---- Mrs. Grace Faulkner Newell received news Monday of the illness of her mother-in-law, Mrs. Abbie Newell, and re turned to her home Tuesday. A trained nurse was sent for to care for Willard Faulkner, when it was found that his daughter, Grace, was obliged to return uonie. Good Sledding fctill prevails andis be mg improved by the teamsters in town, nianj or whom are hauling pulp to Mon roe iriuge. 'llns lias been a most re markable winter- in that respect, harfily a day since before Thankssrivin that the weather has prevented working teams on tue road and a good winter to cut pulp logs or wood as there have been no deep suovs, but just .enough for fine sieigning. WEST HALIFAX. M. W. Plumb," w ho has 'been housed the past week by grip, is out again. Jude Worden was taken ill the first of the week. Dr. Walch was called. He is more comfortable. , , Several from this village attended the dance at Mr. Fairbanks's Friday night. - Parley Crosier is sawing George ; A. f '4ukes wood piie wirii nis gasoline en- iiaR-eontinnecr' tne nr giiK;i He has a line-working machine, cession Ho- tlie.hrone.I The late Queen Victoria did her shop ping by summoning the tradesmen to send samples of their wares to Windsor for her inspection and selection, and the same procedure was followed by Queen Alex andra. Queen -Mary, as princess of Wales, however, made her regular visits to Bond street and other '.shouiMnir centers, and wood pile wjth his gasoline en- haR-'ontinueiftn" practice since her aic- ' BANKING : Banking is a science as much as chemistry, or medicine, or aviation. It requires a natural gift, careful study and thorough training. It is the aim of this Bank to place the veiy best banking science at your disposal. Vermont National Bank SAFETY STRENGTH SERVICE A Statement of Policy to provide strong, adequate banking facilities; to make the road of business as smooth as pos sible by intelligent co-operation with individual requirements; above all to preserve the human element in every phase of contact with our customers. In the future, as in the' past, this will be the ideal and policy of this institution. Peoples National Bank BRATTLEBORO. VT. Put This Question to Yourself Would you feel competent or have the time to manage a friend's affairs if he made YOU his executor? Then why ask this friend to be come the executor of YOUR will or trustee of YOUR estate? To act as Executor or Trustee is the function of a Trust Company. Its officers are accustomed to it trained for it experienced in it--have every facility for it. The Brattleboro Trust Company, with its large resources and ample facilities can manage your estate far more competently than an inex perienced friend. Brattleboro Trust Company Brattleboro, Vermont 7: Interest Begins Today at 7 in our The 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th Cth 7th . 8th 9th 10th Partial Payment Department Tm all payments reeeived. following table slows what $10.00 a month will do: Payment $10.00 Interest 0 months at 7 per cent, $ Interest 8 months at 1 per cent, Interest 7 months at 7' Interest 6 months at Interest 5 months at 4 months at 5 months at Payment $10.00 Payment $10.00 Payment $10.00 Payment $10 00 Payment $10.00 Payment $10.00 Payment $10.00 Payment $10.00 Payment $10.00 Interest Interest Interest 2 months at per cent, per., cent, per cent, per cent, per cent. per cent. Interest 1 month at 7 per cent, .53 .47 .41 .35 .29 .23 .IS .12 .00 $100.00 $2.ei Upon receipt: of the 10th payment, we give you a ONE HUN DRED DOLLAR, Seven Per Cent, Five . Year, DEBENTURE BOND, and $2.64: cash for the interest. rDEBENTURE BONDS have been issued and guaranteed by the VERMONT LOAN -AND TRUST COMPANY for the past 33 years without lpss of a penny to any holder'.' They are doubly se : cured by a depoeit of an' equal amount of our,Farm Mortgage Loans, which are' first' liens on real estate having an appraised value of at least twice the amount of the indebtedness secured thereby, with the Peoples National Bank, Trustee, of Brattleboro. By our Plan you can pay $10.00 or more whenever convenient, regularly or irregularly, and receive interest in full from date of payment to date of settlement on every payment. Begin today 1 Bring in $10.00 and get a receipt. VERMONT LOAN AND TRUST COMPANY F. B. FUTNAM, Sales Manager, Brattleboro, Vermont 7 79 i