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THE BRATTLEBOllO DAILY KEFOltSlEH, FfilDAY,- MARCH iS.' 1021.
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS 5 cents a line first Insertion; 24 cents a line each subsequent Insertion. Cash in Advance, Minimum Charge, 20 cents. WANTED WANTED Waitresses at. the Brooks rtouse. ; . ''" 13-tf j WANTED Live poUUry, W. F. Rich ardson Co.' v 1 r-. , . 1-tf WANTED Washings to do at home. el. t00-Y. 12-1 WANTED Girl for general house work. 14 Cham a street. - -1-tf "WANTED Live and dressed poultry and fresh egg Tel, 324-13. 1-22 - WANTED Light trucking anywhere: price reasonable. Tel. 2US Y-3. - 10-21 WANTED Furnished tenement. Ad dress E. F., care Reformer Office. 13rl8 WANTED Lace curtains to launder; also sewing for children. Tel. 3G0-W. 12-17 WANTED Before April 1, to rent or buy, house near business section. 11. V. Yearlv. S-tf WANTED Girl for general houat work. Mrs. Frank E. Barber. Brattle boro, Vt. 4-tf WANTED 1,000 fowls. Pay SOe. a lb. live weight. Drop we a card. M. Black. i o Uni 98.1. 7-2S WAVTPn Wa hnrp Kpvernl rails for Newfane and Townshend. S. AV. Kdarett & Co. 1-tf WANTED Washings and ironings also suits to clean and press. Mrs. M. M Itunker. Hinsdale. N. II. 10-21 ' AGENTS WANTED New chemical removes ' shine from clothing. Hartford Wardrobe Co.. Hartford. Conn. WANTED Office work by experi enced worker. Good typist. Best of refer ences, liefer to Box 0, c-o Reformer. S-tf WANTED To buy a business in TSrattleboro. Replies confidential. Ad dress "Business," c-o Reformer Office. 11-1G WAXTET) A modern cottage house. furnished, 'in "'a small village, or at the lake, for the summer, b. . .bagett & Co. 1-tf WANTED Gentleman desires board and room in private family, central lo cation. Write P. O. Box 23G, Brattle- toro. Vt. y-tf WANTED To lease a small farm for a term of years, near Greenfield, for ; poultry and gardening. Address Box i'J, c-o Reformer Office. 11-16 - WANTED Middle-aged lady who is nble to take all household responsi bui lt ies for family of three. No children. Write Bor No. SS care Reformer. 7-tf r WANTED Why be idle? Sell guar anteed trees and shrubs. Commence now : and draw weekly salary. Part or full time. Guaranty Nursery Co., Koehester, N. Y. 11-33 WANTED At once, first class carriage and auto painter and finisher. Steady job for right hand ; also good li inch oak and ash lumber seasoned. M. S. Loach. Hinsdale. N. H. l"-2( WANTED Beef, hogs and calves and r i 1 . i ' l some nice iresn cows, uenvereu at my piuee Saturday or at the depot Monday morn ing. I will pay market price. H. G. : Clark.. Brattleboro. 1-tf WANTED The address of anyone afflicted with Pyorrhea. A new discov f ery. Saven your teeth by a simple, safe home treatments- Send ..name and we will send C. O. I), full treatment for ' S2. Your -monev back if not satisfied. The Pyrrhene Co., Box 1398, Pittsfield, Mass. - 11-10 WANTED Solicitors for sickness in surance. Either sex. Experience not necessary. Sells easily. Spare or whole time in your home town or city. Good pay. We lead in Mainot Just admitted to Vermont. Address The Fraternities. Richmond. Me. 11-22 WANTED Local agents within 150 miles of Boston where not now repre sented to send us descriptions of farms for pale and to show Fame to our custom ers upon a commission basis. Must own auto and furnish references. We made more, sales the past season than in auv other single year .in. the history of our business, bend- for application blank. The territory in and about Brattleboro is now open. P. F. Leland Farm Agency, Established 1892, Old South Bldg., Bos ton it. iuass. Ladies' and Gentlemen's Clothes CLEANED, PRESSED AND ALTERED Satisfaction Guaranteed Prompt Service Brooks House Barber Shop WOOLEN CLOTH For the boys. MOTHERS you can cut . uown ine tuuu tusi Or LIVING on I your boys' clothing. We are selling di rect from the MILL, strong, durable cloth. Nice line of patterns to select from, suit ? able FOR ALL THE FAMILY. Write t us 'for samples. I ASIIUELOT WOOLEN CO, (iilsum, N. II. Painting and Paper Hanging Write or call at L. A. MOMONEVS, 49 Clark Avenue Sewing Machines Repaired Adjusting and overhauling a specialty. Io not trust your work to some strang er,, but have.it done by a skilled mechan ic whose home is in Brattleboro and who is at your service at all times. LET GEORGE DO IT GEORGE liOVER With Singer. Sewing Machine Co. .Phon,e 8:5i0 or 9I3-M FRANK A. SNOW Violin Teacher Call Tel. 67t-M ; 10 Putney Road Orchestra ' Fnrnlshei - for- All Occasions "Nickel Plating Works We have added to our business the most up-to-date Electro Plat ' In plant in Vermont and are pre pared to do all sorts of Plating, Buffing, Polishing, and Mirror Silvering. Send us your work. The G. S. Blodgett Co., f Inc. 190-200 Bank SC Burlington, Vt. ADVERTISE IN THE REFORMER FOR SALE FOR SALE Dry wood. Perley Plante. Tel. 53-R. 7-tf FOR SALE One Guernsey cow. E. Larson, 112 Williams St. . - 14-19 FOR SALE 1920 Dodee Touring car. Excellent condition. TeL 727-J. 14-19 FOR SALE Furniture and rangea, new and second-hand, at J. B. Duntonh. FOR SALE First auality horse hay, stock hay and rowen. W. S. Pratt, Brat tleboro, Vt. . l-tf FOR SALE Extra nice new maple syrun. $2.75 a gallon. G. J. Terkins & ;on. -xei. v-s. iu-ii FOR SALE Good all-round horse, weighs about 1,000 lbs. ; also potatoes. 29 Williams St., Brattleboro, Vt. 6-tf FOR SALE Plows, cultivator, pair driving harness, and raspberry plants. W. II. Alexander, West Brattleboro. 12-73 JACK KNIVES Perhaps" some of 'cm carry more knives' than I do and perhaps they don't 'anyway you will have to look around some to find a better assortment or better goods.; FREE FOR SALE Pure Vermont maple syrup, $2.50 per gallon : also It. I. Green ing apples. R. Irving Miller, Tel. -1.1-22. 1H-20 FOR SALE One pair grey work horses, weight about 2700, very good workers. E. A. Bills, Jamaica, Vt. Tel. 2! -l 2. 1G-21 FOR SALE Several pieces of cut glass that have never been used. For informa tion concerning same address C. G., Re forme r. 1-t f FOR SALE Best quality maple syrup, $2.r0 per gallon. Soft sugar. 3,"i cents per pound. D. H. Wright, West Brattleboro. 'Phone. 13-2. 13-tf FOR SALE Six White Wyandotte hens, yearlings, good breeders. Regal strain; also two or three cockerels. W. I. Bishop, It. 4. West P.rattleboro. !."-! 7 FOR SALE Bay horse, weighs about 1200; right in every way. Morgan driv ing mare; clever and sound. Joe Annand, East Dummerston, Vt. Tel. 11-0. 12-23 Vnl w IT V t:.. T :i ti: ivm xic iuiit'riui imigieis Barred Rock pullets and five Rhode Islam! Red pullets hatched Sept. 2, about readv to lay ; also a few cockerels. Tel. 1007-M. JO-tf FOR SALE Four acres of land and barn on Main St.. South Londonderry, t., known as the Rev. Mr. Davies's xnvit- erty. John Howard, Real Estate. Brattle- boro, Vt. 13-tf FOR SALE White Wyandotte eggs for hatching from stock bred and mated for egg production and vigor. $1 per 15 eggs. D. H. Wright, West Brattleboro. Tel. 13-2. G-OG FOR SALE OR TRADE Ford chas sis. Just the thing for some farmer to convert into a truck. Thoroughly over hauled. The Custom Laundry, "'Phone 222, or 131-J. i-tf FOR SALE Eggs for hatching. From full blooded Single, Comb Rhode Island Reds. Cockerels are from the prize win ning strain of Storrs college, Conn. A. T. Graves,Tel. 91. 13-tf FOR SALE Horses. My next loadf 0 head will arrive Monday night. A lot of extra good chunks i:i(i to 1S(KJ: sev eral good matched pairs 2000 to .151 M). Come and look at a lot of gfod horses if you are in the market. Prices are right, ciuality No. 1. and my guarantee the best. Godfrey harnesses, collars and blankets. M. J. Tctreault. Greenfield. Mass. BUS Take a good look at the knives in my south window -count ein except the Nichols' Cleavers then step inside and tell us how many different styles you count. The first person guessing the correct number may have their pick of any knife in the window you dont have to spend a nickle simply count. 'em and if v you are the first one to count right you get the knife. CHAS. F. MANN 38 Main TEL SS 38 Main Aotostrop Safety' Razors 30-Cay Free TrlaL SPECIAL NOTICES EXPRESSING and jobbing. Tel. 66-M. 6-11 HAIR GOODS E. P. Bailey. 208 Bar ber Bldg. -- l-tf EXPRESS AND J0BBLNG Perley nante, xei. w-it. l-tf CHIROPODIST Elizabeth P. Bailey, Ua uarber Bldg. y to 13 & to 5 'Phone C0G-W. l-tf BARGAINS IN MAGAZINES Most favorable terms on single subscriptions or on reduced club rates. Send for booklet Brattleboro News Co. l-tf DON'T let anyone fool you. Sell your junk to the right dealer get full price ana tue rigut scale, telephone connection. M. Gissen, 104 Williams St. l-tf NOTICE Applicants desirous of en tering the North Adams training school for nurses. North Adams, Mass., please write superintendent at once. 12-11 MAGAZINES AT LOWEST PRICES rite 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 New- fane, t, 1-ti DO NOT FORGET we will give f 1. re ward to customers whose 6hoes are not finished at the time agreed upon. Repair ing done while you wait, service guar anteed. Universal Quick Shoe Repair ing Co., Barber Blk- 1-28 FOR SAT.H . Reds and R. C. Hatching eggs, S. Anconas, L. S. 10 each Rawson, 22 Frost Place. 6-tf TO RENT TO RENT Large furnished front room. 133 Main St. 13-tf RENT Clean dry storage room. 7lcrra.ee St. Tel. G35. 3-tf TO RENTr-Storage room for furni tnre. C. V. Grant, 24 So. Main St. l-tf Carl A. Mitchell EXCLUSIVE UNDERTAKING 180 Main Street Telephone 834-W or 834-R TO RENT Yard wood, machinery, etc. C. V. Grant, 24 So. Main St. i-tf The Housing Condition in Brattleboro Very Acute Our twenty-six years in the Real Estate Business in Brattleboro leads us to make this statement. Viz We have never known of so few tenements or houses to rent ; the fact is we are rent ing the cheapest places as people have to have a roof over their heads. The price of Real Estate has not ad vanced as in other towns, prices remain about normal, so now is the time to buv. You can buy for one-half of what it would cost to build. We have some good chances for you to secure a home. Here are a few that are for .sale for business reasons : Six-room Cherry Finish Cottage, with bath, furnace, electric lights, slated, with good garage, $3,200. , ;y Seven-room House, modern; a few min utes' walk from Main streetf $4,700.' . Cottage House, seven rooms, Western avenue, $2,700. Cottage House, six rooms, modern; terms easy, $2,500. Best Two Tenement House on Green street. MAKE AN APPOINTMENT AND TALK IT OVER. S. W. EDGETT & CO. ATTENTION ! Have your roofs repaired before the Spring rains do damage to your wall paper and plaster I have on hand several kinds of roof paint for tin or paper roofs.' CHIMNEYS CLEANED. Work promptly attended to and prices reasonable. . C. F. HAWKINS, Roofer 8 Jlyrtie St. Tel. 101 6-M The Real Value of Au tomobile Repairs De pends on the Skill of the Mechanic Who Makes Them. Think That Statement Over Before Leaving Your Car at the First Repair Shop You Come to. We Are Making a Specialty of Repair Work of the Bet ter Kind, and Have Both Men and Equipment Neces sary to Accomplish it. Give Us an Opportunity to Prove the Truth of What We Say. It Will Be Worth as Much to You as is is to Us. Haskell Garage, Inc. Flat Street Phone 835 CAMERON MACKENZIE DEAD. AWIA wm m "Gibson" Cultara II I II Pa I nd Mandolin and III Hal "Bacon" Banjo W I IUL and Ukuleles can be obtained only if purchased from the undersigned. Special rat.es ftr instruction and exceedingly easy terms on instruments. Two perfect "Gibson Man dolins at Real Bargain. Act Quickly I E. O. COOKE 16 Prospect Court 'Phone CARL F. CAIN MERCHANT AILOR'. 159 Main Street Correspondent Expires on Ship Near Cape Race. NEW YORK, March 18. Cameron Mackenzie, war eorrcsiiKHulent. author and former publisher, died yesterday on the steamship Aquitania. as lie was re turning to his home here from London. He was boni. in Willtesbarre, Penn., in 1SS2. ,; News of his death, which occurreil when the Aquitania was off Cape Race; was sent by wireless to hi father, .Tame Cameron Mackenzie, of Monroe,. , N, Y. The-message, tlid not Rive the cause of his -death, but Mr. - Mackenzie declared his-mm had been in poor health as a re suit of overwork. - .', Cameron-Mackenzie left the .Tnited States in 1017 to become special cor respondent for the London Chronicle with the American army. Since the arm istice he had been correspondent in War saw for the New York Herald and the London I'ost. I'rior to going to Europe Mr. MeKenzie was publisher of several magazines aud at one time was manag ing editor of the New York Sun. WEST WARDSRORO. Messrs. Putnam and Kendall began to run the mail stage by automobile Satur day. March 12. V ... . 4 ) j ' The doctor' s' claim. On the estate 'of 3 deceased patient ranks lirst in France. RfSH QUESTION NOT FOR HARDING 'r-. President Refuses to Mix: in Issue That Doesn't . Concern U. S. REFUSES TROOPS FOR BOSTON PARADE Lovell & Telfer BR ATTLEBO RO'S OLDEST . . RELIABLE HARDWARE STORE Not to Let This government Be Drawn Into Action That Might lie , Construed us Recognition of the- Irish Republic Caustic Telegram. . . 1 By DAVID LAWRENCE. (Special Despatch To The. ..Reformer.) Copyright lfr2U r,,- WASHINGTON, Olarch 18. Presi dent Hardiitg has had his first taste of the Irish problem and lias met the issue squarely by declining to permit the United States government to be drawn into any action that, might be' construed as a recognition of the Jfisht Republic. Mr. Harding .received ; a ' telegram couched in terms so, displeasing and so caustic that lie did not answer.it in per son. but directed his secretary to sign the reply. The message which 'wa sent by John F. Hanigan, state president of the Massachusetts Council of the Amer ican Association for the Recognition of the Irish Republic, read as follow. "To President Harding: General Ruck- man and Admiral Dunn, in press state ments today say that to permit troops to march in partisan demonstration espec ially, one unfriendly to another nation, would be a serious breach of interna tional amity. Evacuation day, March 17, is a local demonstration of loyalty and patriotism that no devotee of Tory ism, no matter how exalted his position, can stop. Are these 'officials American or satellites of foreign governments? Ruckman and Dunn aked the officials of the Evacuation day parade if the Amer ican association for Recognition of the Irish Republic intends to participate in the parade. When they were told 'yes they warned against the parading with them of men in United States uniform whether in service or reservists. Are they autocrats or is this a Democracy? They say no authority can revoke this decree. It is for Washington to say whether they are supreme. As Ameri cans we demand action in the name of lJ."i.K citizens of our state now and the revocation of orders from Ruckman and Dunn." The White House gave out the text of the foregoing message and also this re ply by Secretary Christian: "Your tel egram has been, called to the attention of the President and he directs me to say in reply that army and navy com manders have authority to direct the forces under their command. The gov ernment raises no issue about the fit ness of your celebration of Evacuation day and the spirit of St. Patrick day is Mt throughout our country, bnt th,e naval and military forces of the nation can have no part in any demonstration which may be construed as influencing the foreign relation of the Republic.' The sending of the Harrigan message to Mr. Harding was the subject of a long conference after which President Harding decided that it was time to make clear the iosition of his administration on the Irish question. He himself feels the warmest sympathy with the aspir ations of the Irish people and were he an individual without official responsi bility for the conduct of foreign rela tions, he would gladly pcak his views or even participate as he pleased in any demonstration in behalf of the Irish cause. But. as President of the United States, in charge of foreign relations and obliged daily to deal with the govern ment of Great Britain with which the United Suites is at peace, he cannot per mit anything to happen which the Brit ish might make a subject of official com plaint. Secretary Weeks, of the war de partment, who hails from Massachusetts and knows the Irish influence, in that state, joined with - Secretary Den by, of the navy department in upholding the action of General Ruckman and Admiral Dunn, in-refusing .to permit American Where Quality, Service and Costs' 1 are careiuuv considered 1 J ' J . 9 1 1 At ' 1 xuur nevus our nrsi consiuerniion .PRICES LOWEST when values are considered Reliable Roofing ; That Is .Wear-Resisting i Paint That Protects and Does Not Peel ? Soon be time to Iwe -."Hoe your own row." I Iocs ' and Garden Tools Ready to Supplement Your Mind and Muscle Potato Fertilizer Sheep Manure Seeds of all Kinds Good Crops Necessitate , Good Seeds - We have tlie best LOVELL & TELFER 110 MAIN STREET SATISFACTORY SERVICE soldiers and siilors to march in a parade where the flag of any unrecognized eoun try was flown'. Mr. Harding during the last campaign was regarded for a time as likely to take an active part, when elected, in further ing the aspirations of the Irish sympa thizers. He did not Hesitate, nowever. when the issue was put before him in October to' state that he regarded the nnestion of Irish freedom as a matter be tween Ireland and Great Britain and he held that it wis not within the province of the United States government to in terfere in any manner. Governor Cox, on the other hand, said he would agree to take the Irish problem for settlement before the league of natiomi, and would, if elected bring it officially to the at tention of the foreign governments. This was however, not regarded by the Irish as of any importance because they were ranged against the league of nations it self. Notwithstanding Governor Cox's statement, the great body of Americans of Irish descent left the Democratic party and voted the Republican ticket. If by their votes they hoped to influence Mr. Harding into taking a stand when President that he was unwilling to take as a candidate, yesterday's statement from the White House may be construed as dashing to the ground any such hopes. Mr. Harding has mad' it clear that he will not depart from the poliv pursued by President Wilson, pf refusing to make an official issue of the Irish question. HINSDALE, N. II. Miss Doris Thayer of Nyack. N. Y., is at her home here for . a week's vaca tion. A chowder simper will be served in the vestry of the Congregational church Wednesday evening, March 23, at G o'clock by the Ladies' Benevolent society. Following the supper the two-act farce, Not a Man in the House, will be given by members of the church society. Freckle-Face Now Is the Time to Get Rid of These Ugly Spots. Do you know how easy it is to remove those "ugly spots so that no one will call you freckle-face? Simply get an ounce of Othlnc double strength", from your druggist and a few applications should show you how easy it is to rid yourself of freckles and get a beautiful complexion. The sun and winds of March have a strong tendency to bring out freckles, and as a result more Othine is sold in this month. Be sure to ask for the double strength Othine, as this is sold under guarantee of money back if it fails to remove the freckles. Adv. FOR SALE "-'.,''"'' '' By John L. Howard, The Real Estate Man No. 1. Two-story House on South Main St. There are ten rooms and bath, hard-wood finish, hot-water heat, slate roof, electric lights and gas. This is practically a new house and in good condition. PRICE $4,500 No. 2. Two-Apartment House' on High St. There are seven rooms in the upstairs apartment and bath, elec tric lights; and five rooms and bath, electric lights and gas in the downstairs apartment. PRICE $3,000 No. 3. Two-Apartment House on a Good Street, large lot, electric lights. PRICE $2,60O No. 4. Two-Apartment House and Garage at 35 Estey St. .There are" six rooms and bath in each apartment, has a furnace1 for the downstairs apartment, slate roof, nice lot and "garden. This property can be bought1 right. ' . - . 5. Cottage House on South Main St. .There arc six t rooms and bath; furnace, gas, slate roof. ! PRICE S2,SOO . 1 , - - . ! ... ,. 6. Thirty-five Acre Farm in- West Chesterfield, N. H. There is lot of growing pine on this farm some that is ready to inll f, two-tenement house, good barn, nice hen-house, running spring water to house and barn. r - PRICE $2,700 No No. John L. Howard REAL ESTATE MAN BARBER BUILDING PHONE 1 106-R f : . : t : - tie IHUNTRESS-ADAMS CO.! i . ... StOl News :v::; - .. -;.';! New5 "Permanent finish Organdie, white and colors, pink, . orchid, old blue, "green,. light blue, maize, 40-inch, :,-.:rv ..; ...V 75-$1.00" ' ' ' ' ': ' - .". . ,. ' . ".-' New White Organdie 50 New White Mercerized Batiste ............. G5cV75 . ' New Satin Crepes, turquoise, pink, sand, navy, brown, 40-inch $2.9S New Silk Jersey Cloth for sport suits or blouses. Colors rose, jade, Harding blue; 40-inch $2.50 NEW SILK VESTINGS NEW FANCY SASH RIBBONS ' V NEW FANCY WASH RIBBONS New Organdie Ruffling for Collars and Vests BUTTERICK PATTERNS with the new Deltor System make dressmaking easy : - HUNTRESS-ADAMS CO. Farms for Sale We are offering for sale some of the best bargains in Keal Estate that have been on the market for a long time. The Tyler Farm in Guilford, Vt., 4 miles from Brattle- f boro; 133 acres, 35 tillage, 98 pasture and woodland. Good 7-room house; barn 30x50; running water in both house and barn; Cuts 3 to 40 tons of hay, 400 good sugar maples, 75 apple trees, and some small fruit. 250,000 feet of hemlock. This place can be bought at a bargain. The Lewis Lynde Farm in Dummerston, - .Vt.r 3 miles from Brattleboro, on trunk line road", TIere is an ideal place for a market garden. The farm has 85 : v acres of land, 2-story 9-room house, - slate roofed, 2.., barns, well made. Estimated 300,000 ft. of hemlock . . and oak timber. The finest trout brook in southern Vermont. This farm must be sold to settle an estate. . The George Annand Farm in East Dummerston, Vt:, 5 miles from Brattleboro, 2 miles from East Dummers ton Station, 1-4 mile from school. Fine two and a half story house, slated roof, 13 rooms. Four good : barns, silos, henhouse, smoke house and slaughter house. These buildings are all in excellent condition. J Both house and barn are supplied with -spring water. Eighty acres of land: 25 acres in the highest state of cultivation; 45 acres in fine pasture; 10 acres in wood land. This must be sold as owner is leaving town. All personal property will be sold at auction Mar. 31. The E. E. Knapp Farm in Townshend, Vt., of .150 acres, 15 acres in tillage, balance in pasture and -wood land. 300 sugar trees, plenty of fruit trees. One and one half story 10-room house, 5 fire-places: Good barn 30x40. Two stocked trout brooks on farm. .-This is a good farm and a fine place for a summer residence. 107-Acre Farm in Chesterfield, N. H., seven. rnjlcs from I Brattleboro on the Lake road. One and one-half story, seven-room house, large barn; 25 acres tillage, 25 pas ture, balance sprout land: 500 cords of wo6d 'Which could be cut and sold at the Lake. Good place for a man who is willing to work to make some, money.-. 150 Acres of Land on Putney West Hill,' 30 acres tillage, good 50-acre pasture, 70 acres sprout land. Good bar n and shed, but no house. Fine place for summer cot: ; tage. . . .-' 75-Acre Farm on Jacksonville Road, 10 miles from Brattle-' boro, about equally divided between tillage,, pasturage and timber; 200,000 feet of mixed timber, 500 sugar trees, seven-room house, barn and hen houses. Lura- " ber would pay for the place. A saw mill directly across. the road. Two-Story 10-Room House, on the . Wilmington Stage Road, one mile from West Brattleboro. Good. -barn and spring water, five acres of land. A' nice little ; summer place or good home for. amaii who, works in the village. . WE ALSO HAVE SOME VERY DESIRABLE VILLAGE REAL ESTATE FOR SALE If you have any property for sale, -we will list it, ad- vertisc it and show it free of charge, and" if " we sell it, ' charge a reasonable commission. w . The Brattleboro Trust Company Advertising Copy Sent to Tlie Reformer Early Gives Compositor Tirae for Better Display i