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THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY' REFORMER! SATURDAY,' MAY 21: 1921.
6 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS 5 cents a line first insertion; 2J eents a line each subsequent Insertion. Cash in Advance, Minimum Charge, 20 cents. WANTED WANTED Table boarders. 13 ?J St. WAXTKU Small llowe. CG-71 tenement. C. I,. 70-tf """WANTED- Waitresses at the B"ok W AN'I'ED A lady clerk at. the Fox- ball Store. CG-tf WANTED Live poultry. ardson Co. W. F. Rich--Ki-tf T WANTED Experienced waitress, iniire I?ernardston Inn. - - ln-71 WANTED AT ONCE Waitress at T T ,.r.Oi TCphp. N. II. t!)-44 i 7U J I J ---f - - "WANTED Kitchen maid, matron, Austine Institution. Apply to 71-tE WAVrkn Position as chauffeur or truck driver. Telephone 4G4-J. ti&-71 WANTED Ftv more cattle. and J.i.rscs for nasture. E. II. liiehardson. GO-tf WANTED Maid for work for May and June. ceneral house' Tel. !.'.' Ul-tf WANTl on a farm. A housekeeper by two men 1!. G. Worden, Grove, t. 70-71 WANTED House in . lirattleboro. or f-iim nlmiit live miles out. S. W. Edgett & To. ;ll-tf WANTED lieliable and experienced ifiiflpnr for driving family car. I. E Holde n . f WANTED Lawns to mow or general work in gardening. 1j. U. Jiagoon, t rin- i . di.il es.s vpis. - vi'TKn TTnrses to pasture near 1 n-r, n-ncpn cirp fpneins. hard mowine WAMT.I) l'aintinc and paper bang .r.0e. an hour. L. II. Clark, U Hudson St. CG-tf WANTED Man to deliver daily pa hnv fnr Snndav work. Brattle Ij-irn Xptc Co. 5 1-tf WANTED 1,000 fowls, lb. live weight. Drop me Hlack. P. O. 283. lay iJUc a a card. M. G2-7S WANTED Woman to do laundry work one day a week. Report at78 Western avenue. Tel. 58. Go-tf WANTED Tools, guns, watches, dia monds, old gold and silver, books, records. (I. W. Cushman, 17 Main St., 'phone L'3!. GG-71 FOR SALE FOR SALE Godevil. Inquire 11-11. GG-71 FOR SALE Dry wood. Tel. UA-ll. l'erley l'lante. 7-tf FOIl SALE- 0 Vine Sr. -Jersey cow. F. J. Adam, 7U-71 FOlt SALE Spring tooth harrow, good as new. Call 'JlM-li. vu-tx FOR SALE Three light wagons. M. M. lucKcr. FOR SALE One Crawford range Mrs. J. L. Martin. Tel. 502-M. 71-tf express , . FOR - KALE Furniture and . ranges, new and second-hand, at J. 1$. Dunton s FOR SALE rA few tons good hay. A. II. Lynd'e, W. lirattleboro, Vt. Tel. 1277-X. ol-tf FOR SALE A' couple of two-tenement houses on Myrtle street. C. li. Crowell. 4():tf FOR SALE One Crawford range, one gas .stove. Mrs. J. L. Martin. Uel 502-M. G7-tf FOlt SAK1-; 1!14 Ford and J,yon ear in good condition; price reasonable. -" Eiiiot st. nr.-tf FOR . SALE lomato plants, strong and up-to-date varieties. Duncan, Brad ley 1- arm. (S-tf FUR SAI.1J Baled hay. Write or telephone. V. II. Howard, Putney, Vt. Telephone GS-tf FOR SALE One Farmer's Friend one horse corn planter. .Price t$lo. McKay, West lirattleboro. G'J-71 ;.rlUC lilodgett gas haker in good condition : capacity "!0 loaves of bread. Pi ice $74). Tel. 1SS-J. 71-7( FOR SALE Broilers, live or dressed White Leghorn pullets, fe-K) weeks old A few year-old pullets. Scott Farm. Tel 2127-Y. G7-tf 'FOR SALE Storehouse in Central Vermont li. li. yard, lirattleboro; sizr otixliN, owned by Valley Grain Co. S. W. Edgett & Co. 51-tf FOR SALE White Wyandotte eggs for hatching from stock bred and mated for egg production and vigor. $1 per 15 eggs.. I). II. right, Vest Brattleboro Tel. V.i'2. 57-71 WANTED Stock to pasture; would like calf cows to freshen early. J. Henry Pratt Farm, G. II. Putnam, Guilford. Vt. Tel. 17-1.;. 45 tf WANTED Middle-aged woman as housekeeper for two adults. Gooil home nnd moderate wages. 31. J. Weston, R. 1. Brattleboro, Vt. 911 WANTED Job driving or repairing Ford cars. Ten years' experience. Steady work of anv kind accepted. Address Box G4, West Brattleboro. Vt. G0-7-' WANTED Small tenement of 4 or 5 rooms for two people. - Not mord than. 10 minutes' walk from Common. Address Tenement' care Reformer. GG-71 WANTED Real Uve hustling, re fined lady to represent nationally adver tised proposition permanently aud with good pav. O. A. Gilles, Gen. Del., Brattle boro.Jt. G8-71 -r - i 'niTi 1 i . l I I -. . rt .1 some nice fresh cows delivered at my :boilght B(j.e ean sci, them low flm are place ruiuriia. ui ui iu- ui-" -""'"i".' FOR SALE One good horse, safe for lady or children, one organ, one Acme sew ing "machine. Mrs. Alva C. Stacy, Tel 14-21 or432-R. (J7-73 FOR SALE Day-old chicks. White Leghorn nnd Rhode Island Reds. ' 2tk each, ready now. R. A. Newton. Afton Farm,' Dtunmerston, Vt. Tel. 341-2. 70-tf FOR SALE Strawberry plants. War field. Sample and Dun lap, h cents per hundred, $( per thousand. 11. A. New ton. Afton Farm, Dummerston, Vt. Tel 341-2. Gl-tf FOR SALE New up-to-date sedan and touring car, never used. One dump cart, good one ; one buggy ; second-hand lota car. covered; one pair driving Irar nes, evtra nice ones. Tel. G17-M. 59-tf FOR SALE Three-fourths ton Buick truck, a bargain, just been overhauled and painted, tires all eood. Have larger truck and do not need the Buick G. N. Kidder, Northiield, Mass. 394.1 FOR SALE Just received 30 fancy ciiunks. pairs .Jiu.to ,.000. all colors morning. 1 will pay marKet price, xi. km. Clark, lirattleboro. 1-tf WANTED Man or woman, salary $3G full time, 75e. an hour spare time, selling guaranteed hosiery to wearer. Experi ence unnecessary. International Hosiery Mills, Norristown, I'a. 71 WANTED I'osition in office by all round clerk. Quick and accurate at fig ures. Have executive ability and have had charge of office force. References. Address Box 52. Reformer office. G!-71 WANTED Men and women with tired, aching, itching and burning feet, sore corns and callouses, to try a box of Snow Drop Salve, 25c. Works wonders. For sale by Wilfred F. Root & Son. C. F. Thomas and all drug stores. G0-S4 rr K OKI SPECIAL NOTICES HAIR -GOODS E. Barber Bldg. P. Bailey, 20S 1-tf CHIROPODIST Elizabeth P. Bailey, 20S Barber Bldg. 0 to 122 to 5. 'Phone GOG-W. 14f AUTOMOBILE FOR HIRE, evenings and Sundays. W. T. Carney, 21 Thomas St. Tel. (i-Sl-R. Gl-tf FOR SERVICE Pedigree stallion Guyer. Apply Walter Stafford, Marlboro Ave., Valley Fair Ground. GG-71 CANDYMAKING BUSINESS. Start at home. Everything furnished. Men, women. ..i'J weekly. Bon-Uon (Jo., 1'hil- adelphia. Pa. -Most first class and warranted as represented Guilford & Wood Horse Co., P. J. Wood Prop., Shelburne Falls, Mass. GU FOR SALE Talking machine records bought, sold and exchanged. New Colum bia records, ;0 cents each. A good auto matic rille .401 calibre, shot guns, 21-jewel Hamilton watch and others, diamond rings at half price. Bargains in many things. G. W. Cushman, 127 Main St., 'phone 23!. GG-71 FOR SALE Two-tenement house, with garage for two cars, all modern improvements. 33 Green street. Tel. 3SS-W. 7-tf 150 PIGS FOR SALE Chester and Yorkshire crossed. Chester White. Berk shire and Chester crossed, also black Berk shires 7 to S weeks old. .G each; 1) to 10 weeks old pigs. $7 each. These are Hie large growing kind, properly weaned and good eaters. I will ship any. of the above lot of pigs G.U.I). on your approval. A. M. Lux, Woburn, Mass. 71 BARGAINS IN MAGAZINES favorable terms on -single subscriptions or on reduced club rates. Send for booklet. Brattleboro News Co. ' 1-tf wXNTTO ifEAR from owner having farm for sale : state cash price and full description. John J. Black, Vermont street, Chippewa Falls. Wis. 71-77-Si! DON'T let anyone fool you. Sell your junk to the right dealer get full price aud the right scale. Telephone connec tion. M. Gissen, 104 Williams St. 1-tf maga!iisvim77wiTst 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 New fane, Vt. 1-tf P t ST MASTER COMPETITIVE EX AM I NATION for vacancy at Newfane Avill be held June 22. Men, women. 21 to G5 eligible. Appointment to one of three highest in examination. For course of instruction, specimen questions, etc.,"write V. S. School of Civil Service, Equitable Bldg., Washington, D. C. 71-72 FOR SALE A GO-acre farm, near the village. Fine location and very nice view. Good place for hunting and fishing. This farm has all kinds of small fruit and a large variety of apples. One acre rasp berries ready to bear. Good water to bouse and barn. A quantity of hard and soft wood, about 30 acres of till.iA-p bind 65-1)3! This place will make someone a good iMnst home. It will pay well in small fruit. In quire "Sale." Reformer. Office. G7-tf Lots To-Rent for Gardens On Oak Grove Avenue $5.00 for the season LEON HARVEY, 11 Clark Aveenue NOTICE Whereas my wife, Mrs. Lena Tudor, has left my bed and board without just cause, I hereby give notice that I will pay no bills contracted by her after this date. G. W. TUDOR, Brattleboro, Vt., May 1!), 1021. BEAUTIFUL, SIX-ROOM COTTAGE Near Western avenue and Crosby street. . All modern, hardwood finish. Here is . your chance for a low priced Lome. - . FOR SALE Ford touring car in good running order; new body, four good tires and 3 demountable rims, chassis newly painted. Price $350 for quick sale. Hugh Agnew, 102 Elliot St. 'Phone 222 or 131-J. CG-tf TO RENT TO RENT Rooms, 31 So. Main St. GO-71 TO RENT Two-room apartment, fur nished. C. Miner. " 65tf LOST LOST Friday at the noon hour, $13, by a young girl. 2 reward if returned to Reformer Office. A. L. 71-72 LOST Side curtain to Oakland car. imitation leather. Finder will please leave at Lovell & Telfer's store, and receive re ward. Eugene Dary. 71-72 LOST Between Brattleboro , and Greenfield Thursday afternoon lady's 15 jewel Swiss wrist watch, 20-year case ref eree No. 4015512. Finder please return to Reformer Office and receive reward. 70-73 SALESMEN MAY 19 Ingersoll watches go on sale at the new reduced pi-ices. The old reliable Yankee, re duced from $2.50 to $1.75 the other models all reduced the same way. The new prices are posted in my south window look 'em over. IN THE OTHER WINDOW You'll find Mione hand soap the kind that removes the dirt without , removing the skin and the kind that is still selling at the same old price 10 cents a ran or 12 cans for one dollar. CHAS. F. IV1ANM 38 .Main TEL 38 38 Main Autostrop Safety Razors 30-Day Free Trial Cleveland automobile manufacturer of fers exceptional opportunity to high-grade men to sell a light-weight, low-price 'an toinobile, together with securities in the company. Sales plan includes- a co operative feature which appeals to both car buyers and investors. Salesmen given liberal " remuneration. Work' already done assures great future. District men being placed. For information or inter view appointment, address MARSH MO- TUKH OF NKW KNtiLiANIJ. INC. (FactorjK.Iiibit) 9G-US ' Federal Street, Carl A. Mitchell I NDERT AHER Lady Attendant 180 Main Street Telephone 831 -W or 831-15 TWO RUM RUNNERS CAUGHT IN EN0SBURG About 250 Quarts of Liquor Skillfully Concealed In Cai Iooze aud Car Loss $5,000. ST. ALBANS. Mav 21 Deputy Ar thur Mulljns of Franklin stopped a Pack ard Twin-six touring car near Enosburg Falls late Thursday evening and after a thorough search he found a quantity of quart 'bottles., of liquor concealed in every possible hiding place about the large car. . The two oecuiiants. W. J. Frazier of Boston and Ben Mamie of Richford. were taken into custody and are now in the Franklin countv iail to await hear ing before I'nited States Commissioner Charles D. Watson. There were about 250 quarts of liquor in the machine which would have brought to its. owner about $2.5)0. v it-i estimated that the loss ef the car and liquor -to its owner will total over s..0K.- - - . About 25 quarts of liquor were found in the tank after the officials had been satisfied that, all the contraband had been removed.-. Some of the spectators were looking over the car and in lifting up the cushion, of the front "seat found .quart Domes neatly packed there. i he car bore the number plate 073, Vermont li cense, and according to the secretarv of state's office is listed as belonging to Ben Margie of Richford and was taken out on a Winton coupe. A set of Massachu setts license plates wore found in the ma chine. HINSDALE, X. II. The women of the Methodist Episco pal church will serve a baked bean sup per in the vestry of the church Wednes day evening. May 25, at G o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Martin -'Leach observed their 50th' wedding anniversary in the home of their daughter. Mrs. E. L. Robinson, in East Hart ford, Conn., Mon day. .Miss Flora Atherton of Essex June- WANTED Mother, former Vermont er, desires services during summer and fall, of refined girl or .woman, willing to come to New York to assist in care of small apartment. Light duties. Family of two adults and two small chil dren. Address Box 455 Reformer Office WANTED ' Young Man bright and industrious, to learn silk spinning. Good opportunity for one who is interested and who will stick. Apply Vermont Silk Co. 21 High Street WANTED Cottage House or 5- or 6 Room Tenement Within 15 minutes' of P. O. Family of five. No small children. Apply to Box 92. Reformer. NOTICE L. P. Fuller Will Arrive May 20, 1921, with A Carload of Western Horses From (lalesburg. III. This lot consists of several pairs weighinig from 30 to 31 hundred pounds; also sev eral chunks, 1,200 to 1.500 pounds. BROOKS HOUSE STABLE. New Columbia Records, 39c in New York and Boston, but I sell my new ones for 50 cents, at 127 Main St., and I take your old ones in trade, or anything else you have sticking around the house. CI. W. Cushman's Record Excliange Ladies' and Gentlemen's Clothes CLEANED, PRESSED AND ALTERED ( Satisfaction (iluaranteed Prompt Service Brooks House Itarber Shop FRANK A. SNOW Violin Teacher Call Tel. 676-M 10 Tutney Road Orchestra Furnished for All Occasions C.F.HAWKINS Slate Roofing, Chimney Cleaning Roof Painting and Repairing TeL 1016-M SAVE YOUR TREES Pruning, Bolting, Cavity Work J. J. LYONS, Box 345, Brattleboro, Vt. Lawn Mowers, Knives. Scissors, Saws, etc., Sharpened by G. W. CUSHMAN " 127 Main Street Phone 239 CARL F. CAIN MERCHANT TAILOR Used Car Bargains FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ARE BARGAIN DAYS AT John E. Smith & Co. Corner Main & High Streets WE ARE OFFERING THE FOLLOWING USED CARS AT BARGAIN PRICES 1919 Touring Car. Starter type, small mileage, good tires; in ex cellent condition. Car has shock absorber and speedometer. Motor very quiet and powerful. Price .$125.00 1919 Roadster. Rear tires new. Condition good. Car has had small mileage. Oversize tires all around. Starter type, A Bargain at ?150.00 J91S Roadster in good condition. 'Very quiet motor. Tires are good. Top nearly new. Price $300.00 1918 Touring Car. Good condition Extra tire carrier. For Quick Sale $300.00 1917 Touring car, mohair top and side curtains, good tires. hmt lights Motor very quiet and powerful, ' 1 Price $330.00 t 191" Roadster, good condition, good tires. Motor very powerful. $275. OO 1917 Light delivery. Best condi tion. Good tires, top and body. Price $275. OO 1917 Chassis, a good chassis for n speedster, very' lst anl power ful, Price $135.00 1916 Roadster. Good contion. Fine motor, Price $250.00 1914 Light Delivery. Fine condi tion. Rear tires nearly new. A bargain at $200.00 191B Franklin Touring Car. Over hauled last season. Car has been drien very carefully. In the best of condition. Price $1,030.00 1920 Series 9-B. Franklin Touring Car. .1,000 miles. Car Is as good as new, Price $2,G30.00 Lovell & TeKer BRATTLEBORO'S OLDEST . RELIABLE HARDWARE STORE . Seed Time and Harvest Summer and Winter, Cold and Heat Each in their natural order The, Spring Time, if taken advan tage of by the SOWING OF RIGHT SEED, and the Summer Time, with its warmth to assist in growth, will ' produce such harvests as that the . WINTER MAY BE ENMOAED. This is the time of SEED SOW ING, and why not sow such seed .. as shall guarantee best results? . We Have Seeds of the DIGEST GERMINATION . TESTSt t Coupled with LARGEST PERCENTAGES -OF . , PARITY Timothy, Alsike, Red Clover Alfajfa. White Dutch Clover, Red Top, Orchard Grass,? .lap Millet also SUDAN GRASS, one of the newer and most productive sorts heavy yield. of seed, which promises a .very Let ms assist you by selling you seeds of a guaranteed percentage of purity and germination. . When values are considered our prices are very low. a recent guest at the L. N. Stearns "and Mrs. tion, Vt., was homes of Mrs. If. L. Brown. Miss Atherton came- here from Florida, where' she spent the win ter. A dance will bn held in the town hall Friday evening. May 27, under the aus pices of the junior class of the high t-chool. Music will be furnished by the ('olonial orchestra of Turners Falls, Mass. The Lailies' Missionary society will observe guest night at thei Congregational church vestry Friday evening. Mrs. H. L. Brown will have charge of the pro gram. Stereopticon pictures on Medi cal Missions will be shown. A sale of food, aprons, holders, and paiM-r dolls, will be held in the new annex of the high school Friday afternoon. May 20, ut .'i -o'clock. The proceeds are to be used toward purchasing equipment for the domestic art room. Tea will be served. Mrs. L. J. Deone served supper to her immediate relatives in her home on High land avenue Monday evening in honor of the birthday anniversary of her little daughter, . Beverly Gertrude, who was one year old. The supper consisted of olives. rancy cookies, birthday cakes, ice-cream, etc. Hotel - Ashuelot, which recently was bought byMrs. Sarah Welch, is being re paired to some extent. Painting and pa pering is being done and E. J. -Weed, local electrician, is wiring it for electric lights. He will remove all the gas fix tures. The hotel will be open in about a week. The funeral of Frank II. Fuller was held in his home on Northtield road Sat urday afternoon at 2 o'clock and was largely attended. Iter. J. II. Sargent, pastor of the First Congregational church, officiated. -There was a profusion of beautiful Mowers.. The i burial took place in Pine Grove cemetery. The Peddlers' Parade and entertain ment given under the auspices of the Con gregational church society in the town nan u eunesuay evening. .Mav Jl. was I well attended. At S o'clock an entertain ment consisting of the three-act comedy drama, lieu Acre r arm.' was wen pre sented by local talent. The cast of char ncters was as follows: Josiah Armstrons. the owner of Red Acre Farm. .1. H. Sar gent : Amanda Armstrong, Josiah s wife Mrs. Dwight I). Holton ; Laura Arm strong, a poor, weak sinner. Mrs. "R. B White: Jonah Jones, a farm helper. R. li. Fletcher; Junior, adopted daughter of the Strutts. Esther Smith; Harry Har cnurf. his profigate son. Frank Walker; Nellio Armstrong, driven from home. Mrs. J. II. Sargent; Mrs. Barnaby Strutt, the Colonel's wife. Mrs. Krnest Adams: Colonel Barnaby Strutt, Crawling d wollojers, Dwight I). Holton; Tom Busby, a traveling merchant, C. B. O'Neal; Dick Randall, who seeks his fortune. Ernest Adams, Squire Harcourt, who holds a mortgage, . G. Booth Garbage Collection Any resident of lirattleboro village whose garbage is not being satisfactorily collected nnd wishing collection made, should notify Mr. C. M. Tubbs nt No. 10 Organ street. Only garbage consist ing of animal and vegetable matter, free from glass, tin, ashes, etc., will be col lected, and nil garbage subject to col lection should be contained in. a reason able covered recepticle. W. H. PERRY. Village Clerk. Per order commissioners. FOR SALE One Rebuilt Indian .Motorcycle ... AND SIDE CAR. Machine is in A-l condition, price right. Can be seen at Indian Mo torcycle Garage, corner Elm and Canal streets. LUMBER FOR SALE 123 M 1-lnch sq. edge hemlock 50 M 2-inch sq. edge hemlock 12 M 1-inch sq. edge pine 10 M 2x4 hemlock 50 M 2x6, 2x8, 2x10 hemlock 200 cords dry 4-ft. wood. C. Lw STURTEVANT. Keene. N. II. New Plumbing Shop NOW OPEN 20 High Street ' Tel. 376-X r. m. Alexander JAMAICA. Jack Howard called on friends in town last week. Delntar Stone is working for Bert Prouty at Pikes Falls. Mrs. C. II. Ilogan has returned from her visit to Massachusetts. Charles White has finished work for Edmund Robert and returned home. Mrs. Edson Allen is staying with Mrs. Phineas Allen this spring. E. O. Wettyn of Cedar Grove, N. J., was n visitor in town a few days re cently. Charles Allen and friend of Brattleboro called on his mother, Mrs. Phineas Allen, Friday. Dr. and Mrs. A. W. Thomas spent two or three days with relatives in New York this week. Merle S. Bills has rented the Noah Daniels farm for the coming year and will move there soon.' Tr. and Mrs. Booker and friends of Worcester. Mass., are at their summer home on the West Jamaica road. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Vails and daugh ter of Londonderry visited their mother, Mrs. Amanda Allen, the first of the week. The sawing at Edmund and Barrett's mills is being completed and the man and teams Avill make N. I. .Allen's house at West Jamaica their headquarters while drawing lumber. Recent visitors- at O. A. Johnson's were Rev. Bert Ed.lyr recently of Massena, N. Yf, Mr. and Mrs. Earl M, Rufns and two children of Mt. Mills, Mr. and Mrs. Mate O. Johnson: and four children of Sears burg. ' Leon Totrey is ill with kidney trouble. Miss Stella Howard of Chicopee Falls was -at her home here a few days last week. Her .mother, Mrs. Flora Howard, who has been "very ill, is more comfort able. .'''. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rich of Provi dence, R. I.,' have been spending a week with Mrs. Rich's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Stark. On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Stark and Florence, Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Stark and Marie, and. Mr. and Mrs. Rich motored to Walpole to spend the day with their daughter and sister, Mrs. Charles Record. William Johnson has been suffering much pain, as well as being unable to work, as the result of two accidents. Five weeks ago he cut pne forefinger more than half off while chopping his kindling' and stuck a sliver one-fourth inch wide, one eighth inch thick "and seven-eighths inch long into another finger. The fdiver passed into the finger out of sight, hitting the bone and then turning into the flesh. It was about two weeks before the sliver The New Improved Gillette Safety azor The Finest Shaving Instrument Ever Produced ' Price $4.49 United Cigar Stores Co. Brattleboro Drug Co. Sales Agent 104 Main Street 'Phone 560 Get Acquainted Regardless of the volume of your business, you need the confidence of some strong bank. This Bank invites you to get acquainted with its officers, assuring you of their personal and helpful interest in your affairs. Vermont National Bank SAFETY STRENGTH SERVICE i O CZD O O Cr33 o"cZZ3 O O i r. . , 1 - . n i . q! 1 Oil -, - 110 1! Your Check Stubs Are a Set of Books WHEN you pay your bills by check, the stubs of your check book form a convenient and accurate record of every transaction. You are never in doubt rcgardingthe amount you have paid, the date, or the pur pose of payment. Have you a per sonal checking account? Peoples National Bank BRATTLEBORO, VT. IB 0' Wealth and Wisdom .Your wealth you can leave to others, but your wis dom passes with you. What of the "riches" then? Too many far too many estates that were built up by years of planning and toil, disintegrate and disappear ,. when .once the guiding hand is removed. ?" . .You can arrange now to have a skilful business pilot .take the helm of your affairs when you are called away. By naming this company as executor and trustee you can insure wise management of your estate and its preserva tion for the benefit of those you plan it shall protect. Brattleboro Trust Co. BRATTLEBORO, VERMONT JiDGETT & CO. . Ronton 1'mUU LH? rYrOvtU.