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THE BRATTLEBORQ DAILY REFQBMER? TUESDAy; M VY 31; 121.
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS 5 ciuti a line first insertion; 2 cents a line each subsequent insertion. Cash in Advance. Minimum Charge, 20 cents. WANTED WANTED Table boar J or 2 I ardcrs. 13 Becdl FOR SALE st. WANTED Small Howe. tenement. 77-M' "C. B. 70-tf WANTED Waitresses at the Brooks House. G'J-tf WANTED Waitress, tatirant. Scovell5 Ttes-70-t WANTED Live poultry, ardson Co. , W. F. Kich- 53-tf FOR SALE Dry wood.'Perley Plante. Tel. SALE Three M. M. Tucker. light express 47-tf WNTEI Second-hand furniture. Tel. ;" M. 7S-s:t WANTED Boy to work in bakery at 07 Main street. Apply to 71f Mrs. WANTED Kitchen maid, matron, Austine Institution. 72-tf WANTED Good plain cook Geo. E. Crowell, Brattleboro . WANTED Washings and ironings. Mrs. E. F. Doughty, 11 Eels Court. TjTS "WANTED Few more cattle and horses for pasture. L. II. Richardson. GO-tf WANTED Work, by the hour, day or week. Apply 13 Reed street, upstairs. 73-1 S FOR wagons, FOR SALE Saxon four cylinder roadster cheap. Lovelh 1'utney, Yt. 7G-M FOR-SALE Furniture,, and ranges, new and second-hand, at J. 11. Dunton's. FOlFSArTE A couple of two-tenement houses on Myrtle street. . C. B. Crowell. . - 40-tf FOR SALE 1914 Ford and Lyon car in good condition ; price reasonable. -33 Elliot St. 55-tf FOR RALE A new up-to-date Ford Sodan, one Ford touring car, never used. Tel. 117-M. 73-tf WANTED Work by licensed chauf feur. R. Ci. Williams, Londonderry, . t. 70-81 ""WANTED House in Brattleboro, or farm about live miles out. S. W. Edgett &Co. f WANTED Family washings to do and 2 or 3 small children to board. Tel. 314-2. W ANTE I Horses to pasture near town, woven wire fencing, part mowing. Tel. V17-M. '')-tt WANTED Capable girl for general 1. , I- Mvc Ilorru II hflNe. SI lliltIM ti n. ' 1 i -. a . - - . Putnev Road. WANTED At once, ,a man and wife on farm- near Brattleboro. Inquire 1M., care Reformer. t t-tt WANTED Fainting and paper hang ing work at .0e. an hour. L. II. Clark, 14 Hudson St. Lf WANTED 1,00 fowls, Pay 30c a lb. live weight. Drop me a card. M. Black. P. O. Box S3. C2-78 WANTED Woman to do laundry work one day a week. Report at78 Western avenue. Tel. 58. i."-ti WANTED Woman with girl 5 and bov 3 wishes position doing housework, best of references. Address Box 2-A. lie forme r . ','-. WANTED A few morn girls or uim en for stitchinjr handkerchiefs. This is light, clean work and good hours. White Mfg. Co. : Lslt WANT TO HEAR from owner having farm for sale: state cash price and full description. John J. Black, Vermont street, Chippewa Falls, Wis. 71-77-S2 WANTED-7-Beef, hogs and calves and fnme nice fresh cows, delivered at my place Saturday cr at tha depot Monday morning. I will pay market price. H. U. Clark, Brattleboro. 1-tf WANTED - 'Middle-aged woman wants position iu widower's home on a l':rm or small urivate house, good cook mid clean worker. $." weekly. Address t Position. c-t Informer Office. 7S-Nl FOR SALE Baled hay. Write or telephone. F. B. Howard, Putney, Vt. Telephone 32. GS"tf FOR'SALE Guinea eggs for hatching, also fancy poultry, singly or by pair or pen. Tel. 37'J-W. 74-7!) FOR SALE Hemlock boards and frame lumber. Inquire at. Brattleboro Grain Co., ll'.j Elliot St., Brattleboro. Vt. 70-tf FOR SALE A small used furnace very cheap. Inquire or telephone 2JHJ-.I or 223-W, W. 1. Gilson or J. E. Rogers. 72-tf FOR SALE Broilers, live or dressed. White Leghorn pullets, 8-10 weeks old. A few year-old pullets. Scott Farm. Tel. 227- Y. G7-tf FOR SALE Rhode Island Red day old chicks, 2Ue. each, ready May 30. Ii. A. Newton, Afton Farm, Dunmierston. Vt.. Tel. 341-2. 74-tf FOR SALE Storehouse in Central Vermont It. R. yard, Brattleboro ; size, S. W. ul-tf SPOTLIfiHT 30x28, owned by Valley Grain Co. Ldgett & Co. FOR SALE Two Ford cars. 11110. in lirst class condition; one covered. truck, a good one ; one gm.d cluiin.r cart, one buggy: one extra nk-e lunihcr wagon with body. Tel. 017-M. 77 tf FOR SALE One Ford truck; one light driving Concord wagon, made by Rockwell & Sherwin; one low down gro cery wagon; one road cart; one light. truck harness. F. ( Clark. 77-tf FOR SALE Ford runabout, VMS model, truck body included, newly paint ed and overhauled, extia tire. Reason for selling purchased anew car." Tel. r00, or Write C. C, Reformer (Mice. 7S-tf FOR SALE Three-fourths ton Euiek truck, a bargain, just been overhauled and painted, tires all good.- Have a larger truck and do not need the Buiek G. N. Kidder, Northiield. Mass. 30-tf. FOR SALE 1."0 pigs, Chester and Yorkshire crossed. Chester White, Berk shire and Chester crossed, also . black Berkshire!?. 7 to 8 weeks old 2f0 each ; to 10 weeks old 87 each. These are the large growing kind, properly weaned and p)od eaters. I will ship any of the above lot of pigs C O. D. on your approval. A. M. Lux, Wohurn. Mass. "fO irsTLE A(K)-acre farm, near the village. Fine location and very nice view. Good place-for hunting and tishina. This tfarm has all kinds of small fruit and a WANTED Men and women with large, variety of -apples. One acre rasp- tired, achins. ' itching and burning feet, berries ready to bear. Good water to sore corns and callouses, to try a box of Snow Drop Salve, 25c. orks wonders. For sale by Wilfred F. Root & Son. C. F. Thomas and all drug stores. CO-84 WANTED Three first-class composi tors, two cylinder pressmen and two platen pressmen to work iu job shop that i now working on the ppen shop basis. 48-hour week and pay based upon ability. If interested, write Box 41, Cohoes. N. Y. 77-82 WANTED Agents to sell health and accident insurance. Cost $1 monthly and np. Easily .sold. Full or spare time. New policies ready for sale in Vermont. Established 30 years. Recently admitted to Vermont. Splendid opportunity. New York Safetv Reserve Fund. 201 Broad way, New York. 70-78-80-80 SPECIAL NOTICES HAIR GOODS E. P. Bailey, 208 Barber BUlg. 1-tf NOTICE Public auto service, in or out of town. Reasonable rates. Tel. C.24-M. R. L. Snow. TTH! CIiriiOPODIST Elizabeth P. Bailey, 20S Barber Bldg. 9 to 122 to 5. 'Phone 000-W. 1-tf AUTOMOBILE FOR HIRE, evenings and Sundavs. W. T. Carney, 21 Thomas St. Tel. GS1-R. 01-tf CANDYMAKING BUSINESS. Start at home. Everything furnished. Men, women. $30 weekly.' Bou-Bon Co., Phil adelphia, Pa. 05-03 BARGAINS IN MAGAZINES Mast favorable terms on single subscriptions or on reduced club rates. Send for booklet. Brattleloro News Co. 1-tf bouse and barn. A quantity of hard and soft wood, about 30 acres of tillage land. This place will make someone a good home. It will pay. well in small fruit. In quire ale, Ketormer Omce. 07-tf DON'T let anyone fool you. Sell your junk to the right dealer get full price and the right scale. Telephone connec tion. M. Gissen, 104 Williams St. 1-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. ii. M. Love, Magazine Specialist, South New fane, Vt. 1-tf FOR SALE 50 acres of growing timber and wood. Spruce, hemlock and hardwood. Located in Marlboro. Two Ledge properties on Hinsdale road. Three pair heavy work horses and harness. One wagon with body for wood. One wagon for hauling lum- ber, no body. Rear wheels, bunks and reach for light truck. One low truck, flat body. One furniture moving van.' One 1 horse hay tedder. Two calf crates. 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 pale. Hugh Agnew, 102 Elliot St. 'Phone 222 or 131-J. GG-tf TO RENT TO RENT Room. 13 Green St. 72-tf TO RENT Two-room apartment, fur nished. C. Miner. G5-tf horses in my 72-tf The new EVEREADY Flashlight with the 300 foot range and, adjusta-. ble to any distance up to the limit. , The Spotlight is a brand new Eveready product. An added feature is the two additional lamps in the top part of the case. To get the best results from a Spotlight or any other flashlight, make sure they are equipped with the original long lived Eveready Batter ies. Fresh stock of batteries for all flashlights always on hand and every one tested before you take it out of the store. Another New One Is the Universal all steel Vacuum Bottle war ranted unbreakable. The first lot to be shown in Brattleboro you'll find displayed in my south window. CHAS. F. IVfANN 38 Main TEL 38 38 Main Antostrop Safety Raiors 30-Day Freo Trial third and Blair of Keene fourth. This gave Brattleboro four entries in the finals, which thev walked away with in pretty race. A blanket easily could have covered all four at the finish. Moran winning. .Law ton second. Bobbins third and Wells, fourth. AH three hvats were run in 10 4-5 seconds. Motan's first trv in the broad jump proved to be the best of alU covering 20, feet V-2 inch. Brattleboro didn't have a look-in in the 880-yard run. McLeod of Rutland cap tured first place.. Pierce of Rutland sec ond. Little, of Keene third, and Perry of Rutland fourth. Little of Kerne made a pretty sprint in the finish of this race. but could not quite pvertake Pierce. , In th lunh jump, Sibley took the hon ors, with Lawton. Alger of Keene and Carl A. Mitchell UNDERTAKER Lady Attendant ' ISO Main Street Telephone 8S4-W or 83-l-R Whatever happens you're ready Our Pension Plan guaran tees you a' monthly income beginning at age 65, lasting as long as you live. Until then, it insures your life and earning power for your family. Insure while your family needs it. Income when you need it. All paid for with money you can easily spare Isn't this just what you want ? N. A. HOWE, Agent Brattleboro, - Vermont Connecticut General Life Insurance Co. Hartford TRACK MEET. (Continued from Tage. 4.) LoyeU & Telfer BRATTLEBORO'S OLDEST RELIABLE HARDWARE STORE General Conditions are getting better each day and though the process of readjustment t ' ' PRE-WAR CONDITIONS may seem rather slow, titer. M Rtnelv A Kir r IN THE CLOUDS and Mils shows that in most all lines the tendency of the times is towards a fair adjustment in wages and material. SOONER THAN WE EXPECT (here will come a basis of equality on which the business of the nation will be rebuilt. This is already shown in u cen tral reduction along the lines of material Simonds of Springfield tied for tndj J"uJwa .."y 'n hur- casy third and fourth, dividing the six points equally, Lawton winning tlie toss for sec ond place and Alger for third. . lhe pole vault proved to he one of the sensations of the afternoon. Robhins at feet 0 inches, which omiallod last year's record mark, beat out Lawton and Barber of Rutland, who were tied up for third and fourth. Then Moran came into the limelight by topping the bar at 10 feet ." inches. P.arbor won the toss for third place medal. lhe final events the 1120-vard high dies and the 440-vard dash proved picking for Brattleboro. In spite of the fact that the score was one-sided the meet was extremely inter esting and well run. The result was another testimonial to the efficiency of Dicdrich Stolte's coaching. Brattleboro won 44 points in the track events and .'10'. in the held events. The 1!7 men winning ''points were divided as follows: Rutland S. Keene (, Brattle boro T. Ilolyoke Snriugtield Turners Palls (Sreenlield 1. Following is the list of tln individual jMint winners: Moran, .".0: Lawton, 1!J.'. ; Bobbins. IS: pierce of Rutland. S; Wells of Brattlelx.ro. McLeod of Rutland. Adams of Rutland. Little of Keene. Sib ley of Keene. each: Ducharme of Ilol yoke, Sullivan of Ilolyoke. Fuller of Rut laud. .' each; Donovan of Turners Falls, lger of Keene, . Brazil of Keene. Si monds of Springfield, Alden of Springfield. Moore of Ilolyoke. Davis of Brattleboro, 2 each; Barber of Rutland. ll: Perrv of Rutland, Reardon of Rutland, Wilson of Rutland. Sullivan of Turners Falls, Nims of Greenfield, Putney of Keene. Blair of Keene, 1 each. The summary : KHIyard dash Won by Moran, Brat tleboro; Lawton, Brattleboro. second; Bobbins, Brattleboro. third; Wells. Brat tleboro, fourth. Time, lo 4-."s. Broad jmnj) Won bv Moran. B-t?e-horo; Ducharme, Ilolyoke, second ; -Wells, Brattlebr.ro. third; ilobbins. Brattleboro, fourth. Distance. L'O ft. 1 ' in. Sso-yard run Won by McLeod. land ; Pierce. Rutland, Keene, third; -Perrv, Time. '2 m. L'-.V. Shot put Won bv boro ; Robbins. Pratt leUro, second ; Dono van. Turners Falls, third; Sullivan, Ilol yoke, fourth. Distance, 42 ft. S in. (Record.) . ,i y O-yard dash Won by Moran. P.rat-tlelxn-o : Robbins. Bratt leboro. second; Wells. Brattleboro. third; Sullivan. Tur ners Falls, fourth. Time, 21s. (Equals record. ) High j;no) -Won by Sibley, Keene; Lawton of Brattleboro. Alger of Keene and Simons of Springtield tied for second. Height. ." ft. ; ', in. (Ree.rd- -21 yard low liuvdies Wv h.v Moran, BratlTeboro ; 'Robbins, Brattleboro, sec ond ; Alden, Spriugtield. third ; Put nev, Keene, fourth. Time. '27 i rs. Mile run Won by Pierce, Rutland; second Rutland. Rut- Little, fourth. Lawton, Brattle- PA I NTS. AND PAINTING MATERIAL and if painting is to he thine you can now buy at a figure so low that YOU CANNOT AFFORD to put otf such painting as is needed at this time. .Painting is. or ought to he, AN INVESTMENT and should be part and . parcel of the building and its real value, and it is only when (here is a POSTPONEMENT OF PAINTING to that extent that your paint . applied only restores to natural conditions that PAINTING IS AN EXPENSE. Make your expenditure of money serve you as an investment, not an expense. LOVELL & TELFER 110 MAIN STREET SATISFACTORY SERVICE Little, Keene. second ; Davis, Brattle boro, third : Rpardon, Rutland, fourth. Time. -lin. HI 4-Ss. Discus throw Won. by Adams. Rut land; Lawton, Brattleboro, second; Sul livan. Ilolyoke, third; Nims, Greenfield, fourth. Distance, !H ft. 1 in. Pole vault Won by Moran, Brattle boro; Bobbins, Brattleboro, second; Bar ber of Rutland and Lawton of Brattle boro tied for third. Height, 10 ft. 5 in. (Record.) 120-yard high hurdles Won by Moran, Brattleboro; Robbins. Brattleboro. sec ond : Brazil. Keene, third ; Wilson, Rut land, fourth. Time. 17 4-;"s. -140 yard dash Won by Lawton. Brat tleboro; Fuller, Rutland, second; Moore, Ilolyoke. third; Blair, Keene, fourth. Time, 4-ris. The cup for the winning team, medals and ribbons were given out Saturday niKht and n largely attended dance was held in Odd Fellows' temple. In its report of the meet the Rutland Herald of Monday said : "While iu Brat tleboro the Rutland boys were enter tained by the townspeople in their homes. This is an evidence of hospitality deeply appreciated by all the boys from Rutland, who hope to have an opportunity to recip rocate in the not too distant future." AMERICAN LEAGUE. To Prevent Baldness Baldness can he prevented easier than it can be cured. Stop falling hair and dandruff and prevent baldness by using Parisian Sage ; best for the hair. "Wilfred F. ICoot sells it with guarantee of money back if not atisfaetory. Adv. Standing of (he Clubs. Cleveland. New York, Detroit. Washington, St. Iiouis, Boston, Chicago. Philadelphia, ( Gaines Today. . Boston at Philadelphia. New York at Washington. Cleveland at Detroit. St. Louis at Chicago. Won liOst P.c. -N 14 .;i'.7 24 ir .c,i t; l . 20 21 .4HS IS '2.1 A'.'.U 14 P. .424 1 7 22 .4.!7 14 24 .:i;s NATIONAL LEAGUE. Standing of the Clubs. TO RENT Stalls for barn, 44 High St. L. II. LOST LOST Crank to Overland car, be tween Brattleboro Grain Co's store and the Gilman barn. Will pay for return of same. H. P. Yearly. 77-tf fair LOST Mav 2S on Valley grounds, grip containing track shoe", etc. Finder please notify .1. E. Warren, principal of the high school, or D. Stolte. Any information regarding same will be appreciated. 7S-70 LOST Sunday morning between Lawton hall and Main St.. black silk bag containing glasses in case and card with name and New York address of Miss Mead. Finder please return to Lawton hall. 7S-S0 CRYSTAL SPRINGS ICE, WOOD AND TRUCKING CO., Office 101 Main St., Brattleboro, Vt. FOR SALE One Hot Water Heater SS0 Ft. Capacity One 6 h. p. Power Boiler W. J. PEXTLAXD BEAUTIFUL SIX-ROOM COTTAGE ' Near Western . avenue and Crosby street. All modern, hardwood finish. Heie is your chance for & . low- priced home. EDGETT J CO. Land and Location Is desirable when you live in a village the sue of Brattleboro The G. X. Bond Place on Iiocust Street must be sold as he is to move to his new location on Canal St. This property consists of twelve-room modern house suitable for two tenements. The greenhouses are to be removed which will give upwards of a half acre of land. This is suitable for building lots or market garden, good barn, suit able for garage. " Also another two-tenement house on same street now rented to good tenants. Will be sold at a bargain. Such places are not on the market every day. Inquire on the premises or of . S. W.. EDGETT & CO. LUMBER FOR SALE 125 M 1-inch sq. edge hemlock CO M 2-inch sq. edge hemlock 12 M 1-inch sq. edge pine 10 31 2x4 hemlock 60 M 2x6, 2x8. 2x10 hemlock 200 cords dry 4-ft. wood. C. L. STCRTEVANT. Keene. N. II. Cushman's Record Exchange 127 Main St. Telephone 239. New Ten-inch Records, 50 cents Tools sharpened. Bargains in guns and many other things. CARL F. CAIN :m:rciiaxt tailor . 139 Main Street AUTOMOBILE SERVICE RUN Olt EASTERN STANDARD TIME T0WXSHEXD TO BRATTLEBORO AND RETURN DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY Townshend, Cbaie't Store, Newfane Inn, Williamsville Station, West Dummerston Store, Arrive Brattleboro, Leave Brattleboro, Root'i Phar macy, West Dummemton Store, Williamsville Siatinn Newfane Inn, Arrive Townshend. 1st Trip MTrip 6.15 a.m. 11.30 a.m. 6 30 a. id : l.M a.m. 6.50 a.vi. 12.05 p.m. 7 05 a.m. 12.20 p.m. 75 a.m. 12.40 pxi. 9.1S a.m. 9.35 a.m. 9.55 a.m. 10.10 a.m. 10.25 a.m. .00 p-m. 420 ji.m. 4.55 pm. S.1Q p m. Order book at Root's Pharmacy, Brattlebcro I. S. SAYRE, Townshend, Vt Telephone. Newfane, 34-31. RUTH A. BALDWIN Public Stenographer TYPING of all kinds Room 27 American Eldg. Office 411 Res. 764-M C. F. HAWKINS Slate Roofing-, Chimney Cleaning Roof Painting and Repairing Tel. 101C-M . FRANK A. SNOW Violin Teacher ' Call Tel. C76-M 10 Tutney Road Orchestra Furnished for All Occasions FOR SALE The Best All 'Round 1,750-lb. Draft Mare In Brattleboro W. S. TRATT SAVE YOUR TREES rmning, Bolting, Cavity Work tL J. LYOXS, Box 315, Brattleboro, Vt. Wanted Salesladies Tor Special Week-End Sale. Apply to Mgr. SI. Lurie & Co. Won IX-t P.C;4 Pitt-dmrgh. IN 10 .7.T7, New York. 7 P? .t!7." Brci-klyn, '21 '21 JAM) Boston. IS 1!) .-17 St. Louis. Hi 1! .4."7 ChieaKo. ir LV .4LH. Philadelphia. 1.. Cincinnati. 11 '27 ,l4l Card of Thanks. We wish to thank the neighbors, rela tives and friends for their many acts of kindness during the illness and nt the time of the death of our dear mother and grandmother; also for the beautiful flowers. fJeorge Cain, Sirs. Jane Atkinsou and family. Brattleboro. Slav 31. 1!)21. A Card. We wish to cxpre.sK our sincere thanks and our sense of appreciation to Brat tleboro post. American Legion, to (m pany I. Vermont National (luard. and to our neighbors nnd friends for their acts of kindness ami remembrances of Mowers at the time of the funeral and burial of our son. brother and father, Corp. Francis P. Lynch. Sir. and Sirs. SI. J. Lynch, John Lynch. Sliss .Mary Lynch. Sir. and Sirs. Thomas Lynch. Slarv and Agnes Lynch. . Brattleboro, Slay 31, BUM. Another Special Sale MAY 18 TO JUNE 4 I am showing a larger assort ment of Suitings in this sale thitn before. Order a Suit und get an extra pair of Trousers Eree. Last sale was a success. This sale will he better. tet your order In early. WALTER II. HAIGII Custom Tailor Elliot Street t FIRE and LIFEH Insurance ' Strong, Reliable Companies Sanford A. Daniels Crosby Block, Brattleboro HAVE YOU TRIED ZIP THE" NEW CIGAR" CJames Today. Brooklyn at Boston. Philadelphia at New York. Chicago at Pittsburgh. St. Louis at Cincinnati. YESTERDAY'S C.ASIES. I to m m el American League. Boston. 1 Philadelphia. S Thorniaple, Knrr and Ruel ; Perkins. Pirst game. Boston. 1 Philadelphia, Ilussell and Walters Perkins. Second game. New York, Washington. Collins and Schang; Acosta, ney and (iharrity. t irst game. New York, O II Washington, 1 s Quinn and Si-hang: .Slogridge (Iharrity. Second game. S 0 12 1 Perry and 1 and 4 4 1 0 Court- 1 and St. Iouis, Chicago, Davis and Severeid ; Weeney and Yaryau. St. Louis, Chicago, Bur well. Richmond, 14 and Severeid ond game. Cleveland, Detroit. (Vveleskie. Ehmke and Bassler. Cleveland, Detroit, IS f 5 12 : Kerr. Peuee, Ic First game. r. in ,i s 12 o Bayne. Palermo Faber and Yaryan. See- 10 4 11 o -1 and Sliljus First game. 14 1 10 0 11 1 5 1 (iNeill and Thomas: First game. r 12 i ! 10 l Bagby. Caldwell and O'Neill: Middle- ton and Bassler. Second game National League. Brooklyn, .'t Boston. S . Slamaux. Bailey, Siohart Kreuger ; Scott, and Gibson. Brooklyn, t Boston. . 0 Slitchell. Cadore and Tavlor: SlcOuil lan, Oesehger, O'Neil and tlibsoii. Sec ond game, 10 innings. Chicago, 0 5 Pittsburgh. IS 22 York. Cheeves aUd O'Farrell ; . and Schmidt, Skiff. First game. Chicago, , 3 11 Pittsburgh, 0 11 . Tyler and Daly: Adams, Ponder. lowhorse and Shaidl. Second game. St. Louis, O 14 J 2 Cincinnati. 4 11 2 Doak, Schupp and Clcmons, Dilhoefer; Napier, Rogge, Brenfon and Wingo, llargrave. First game. St. Louis, 7 IS 1 Cincinnati, -4 7 1 Portica, SJierdel, North and demons: Slarquard. Filer, Brenton, Napier and Wingo, llargrave. Second game. Philadelphia, 1 7 2 New York, - H 7 1 llubbell, Betts and Wheat; Toney anil Smith. First game. . Philadelphia, New j lork, il Zian i Yel o 7 IS il r. -12 1 Keenan. BanmeartnPr. llubbell and BruKK.v ; I Vuglar-R.va and- K-r- S-mfth; Snyder. Second game. Flashlights and Batteries i We Carry a Complete Line of Flashlights and Batteries -.. ALSO , '" ' : Thermos and Universal Vacuum Bottles Brattleboro Drug Go. The Prescription Store Phone 5G0 101 Main Street Burglar Alarm Saves Fishkill Village Bank ' POUGIIKEEPSIE, May 18. Burglars who attempted to break into the savings bank at Fish kill village before daylight today, set off the burglar alarm, summoning village President Massey, who acts as the chief of police, and his lone assistant in the enforcement of the laws, Lem Horton. By the time these officials arrived on the scene the robbers had escaped, but without any of the funds of the bank. It was but a few min utes before nearly every resident of the village was' out of bed and on the scene, armed with whatever weapon that was handiest. The thieves had a car and went South and although an effort was made to pursue them, they were far away before the first automobile could start in pur suit. As this clipping proves, electric protection gives the strongest guarantee against loss. Our new vault is equipped with the same burglar alarm system as the large city banks. SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT Vermont National Bank SAFETY : STRENGTH SERVICE Can a Will Be Changed ? Many persons hesitate to approach the preparation of a will, feeling that it is a document which, when executed, exists for aljltime, and that they are not prepared at the moment to make a final decision. Nothing is further from the truth. Before a person dies he may make any number of wills, or, he may supplement or modify an existing will by the addition of a codicil, which is in the nature of an Amendment to the will. A will should be reconsidered, or, if necessary, brought up to date at least once a year; otherwise what was once a wise provision might become unjust and the very reverse of one's intentions, at a later period. The writing or revising of your will should be taken up with your, lawyer to insure its legal accuracy. This Company, through its long experience in administering estates, it well fitted to advise you regarding the business aspects of proposed changes in your will. Brattleboro Trust Co. BRATTLEBORO, VERMONT o 0 0 - T lLis bank personal service is considered a ? - ! 1.1; privilege xiut uu own gation. Give us an op portunity to prove it. Peoples National Bank BRATTLEBORO, VT. 0