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' THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY REFORMER; TUESDAY, , .TUNE 14,1 1921.
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS 5 cents a line first insertion; 2J6 cents a line each subsequent insertion. Cash in Advance. Minimum Charge, 20 cents. WANTED 'WANTED rosition doing housework. Call 404-X. S3-W WANTED Teams to draw log?. Tel. Q.-.4-X. It. E. Day. :1 WANTED Good plain cook. Mrs. Geo. E. Crowell, Brattleboro . 72-tf WANTED Tenement, family of throe. W. II. Fairbanks. 47 Fairview St.. 83-93 WANTED P.oarcWs for mouth of Julv. Viola Miller, W. Brattleboro. Tel. 31 4-22. 88-103 """WANTED One or more elderly people to rare for on farm. Address Elderly. Re former office. 90-93 WANTED By young man, room and board in private family. 1. O. Box 312, Brattleboro. 80-91 FOR SALE -WANTED Horses to pasture near town, woven wire fencing, part mowing. To C.17-M. 59-tf FOR SALE Dry wood. Perley Tlante. Tel. 53-11. 7-tf FOIt SALE Several tons of clover hay. Scott Farm. 83-tf FOR SALE Three horses, nam. East Dover. Vt. Bert Put-90-101 FOIt SALE Three light express wagons. M. M. Tucker. 47-tf FOR SALF Standing grass on Guil ford Springs Farm. Tel. 22. 89-94 FOR SALE Furniture and ranges, new and second-hand, at J. B. Dunton's. FOR SALE A couple of two-tenement hauses on Myrtle street. C. B. Crowell. 40-tf FOR SALE A new up-to-date Ford Sedan, one Ford touring car, never used. Tel. 017-M. 73-tf WANTED Painting and paper hang ing werk at 30c. an hour. L. II. Clark, 14 Hudson St. GG-tf WANTED Small tenement for light housekeeping, family of two. Address T. S., care Reformer. SO-90 WANTED Bov to stav with middle- aged ladv and attend school. P. O. Box S9, Brattleboro, Vt. 8G-90 WANTED One good cabinet maker and machine man for job shop. Holden & Martin Lumber Co. Sl-tf WANTED Position in country home as cook or doing housework. Mrs. Sadie May, ll(i Elliot St. Room .'2. 88-90 WANTED Competent maid for gen eral housework, good wages. Mrs. M. P. Maurice. 30 Putney ltd. Tel. 180. 90-tf WANTED To give first mortgage on valuable real estate for small loan. Best of interest. Address Loan, care Reformer Office. 90-03 U'lVTPll fYimnetent lfllindress bv fhe week. No other work. Electric! eouipmeut. Excellent home. Good wages. Tel. 33. 84-93 WANTED A few more girls or wom en for stitching handkerchiefs. This is light, clean work and good hours. White Mfg. Co. 78-tf WANTED Woman with girl 3 and boy M wishes position in small family doing housework. Best of references. Address Box 3. Reformer. 87-90 WANTED To rent a cottage at Spof ford lake for a month between July 1 und Sept 1. Leslie Smith, 22 Cbardon Road. West Medford. Mass. 83-'. )0 WANTED Housekeeper for man with two children, ages and 7, on small farm. References required. L. W. Whitney. West Brattleboro, It. 2. Tel. 13-3. S9-92 WANTED Beef, hogs and calves and some nice fresh cows, delivered at my place Saturday cr at the depot Monday morning. I will pay market price. II. G. Clark, Brattleboro. 1-tf FOR SALE Baled hay. Write or telephone. F. B. Howard, Putney, Vt. Telephone 32. CS-tf FOR SALE White Leghorn pullets S to 12 weeks. 130 one year old. 30 three years. Scott Farm. Tel. 227-Y. 83-tf FOIt SALE Hemlock boards and frame lumber. Inquire at. Brattleboro Grain Co., 125 Elliot St., Brattleboro. Vt. 7G-tf MOUSE TRAPS Funny tliirxg to advertise -but I don't know how you are going to find out where you can get almost any hind of a mouse trap, unless you happen to look in one of my windows and see 'em. FOR SALE A 6mall used furnace verv cheap. Inquire or telephone 296-J or 225-W, W. D. Gilson or J. E. Rogers. 72-tf FOR SALE Jewell gas range, in good order, high oven ; bargain at 15. Also two rockers. 3 Walker Place, second floor. Tel. 501-M. 89-90 FOR SALE Rock maple vstove wood sawed and delivered for 812 per cord load. Send postal and I will deliver next dav. E. D. Swain, Box 50, So. Newfane. Vt. 80-91 FOR SALE Victrola. latest model No. NI. almost new ; earlv English fin ish; cost 8150; will sell for 81 (Kt. Latest records 5. 15. 50. 75 cents. C. L. RrownK Wanlsboro Center. 94 HFolt SALETwo Ford cars, 1910Tin first class condition ; one covered truck, a good one : one cood dump cart, one body. Tel. 017-M. -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 right true harness. F. C. Clark. 7-tf SPECIAL NOTICES nAIR GOODS E. Barber Bldg. Bailey, 208 1-tf CHIROPODIST Elizabeth P. Bailey, 208 Barber Bldg. 0 to 122 to 5. 'Phone 606-W. ' 1-tf AUTOMOBILE FOR HIRE, evenings and Sundavs. W. T. Carney, 21 Thomas St. Tel. 6S1-R. 61-tf PUBLIC AUTO SERVICE in or out of town. Reliable chauffeur. New Cleve land Six. L. I. Snow, 14 llorton Place. Tel. C24-M. 89-94 FOR SALE Tree-fourths ton Buitk trucK, a bargain, just oeen overnauiec and painted, tires all good, nave a larger truck and do not need the Buiok G. N. Kidder, Northfield, Mass. 39-tf. FOR SALE Champion milk coolers for either ice or running water, no wait ing, no milk returned, low bacteria count: price right: sanitary strainers; rubber tubes for milking machines. Eitapenec & Co., Inc. 90-02 ' i AH you have to do with j any of them is to get the " mouse in, and he stays t - or rets away. ' i li'n Chair seats is another thing t"' you might see in the window 5TM with the traps nothing to t: do . with traps of course r simply put in to see if you ff might be tempted to fix up k J f that old chair. CHAS. F. IV2ANN 38 Main TEL 38 38 Main Auti strop Safety Razors -0-Day Free Trial. GALBRAITIFS FLAG ...... DAY PROCLAMATION CANDYMAKING BUSINESS. Start at home. Everything furnished. Men, women. $30 weekly. Bon-Bon Co., Phil adelphia, Pa. 65-95 BOOT, SHOE and harness repairing, new harness work and second-hand har nesses for sale. E. ' W. Knapp," West Brat tleboro.Vt. ?lUS2 BARGAINS IN MAGAZINES Most favorable terms on single subscriptions or on reduced club rates. Send for booklet. Brattleboro News Co. 1-tf SPOFFORD LAKE Can offer several of best cottages on lake for sale. If inter ested, act promptly. George Warwick. Jr.. Box 555. Keene, N. II. W-95 MTGTzTNESXT LOWEST PRICES Write me about what magazines you want for the coming year. I can get them for you at money saving prices. Mrs. G. M. Love, Magazine Specialist, South New fane, Vt. 1-tf CLERKS (men. women), over 17, for Postal Mail Service. 8120 month. Ex perience unnecessary. For free particu lars of examinations, write It. Terry (former Civil Service examiner). 155 Con tinental Bldg., Washington. I). C. 88-90 REMNANTS Full line just received, including madras shirting by the yard. Ginghams. -32 inches wide, SO cents "a lb. 5-lb. bundle S3.50. Also yard goods. Sent prepaid or C. O. D Satisfaction guar anteed or money refunded. Mohawk Rem nant Co., P. O. Box 302, No. Adams, Mass. THE WHITNEY AND ROEL FARMS FOR SALE Comprising M05 acres of land, very fertile, house, barns, etc. Price 83.0(H). only part cash. Call or write Tony Lossasso, It. F. D. 15, Putnev. Vt. Telephone 9-3. 89-110 FOIt SALE Cozy farm bouse on hill side, overlooking Spoffoid, Can buy build ings with' either entire property of about KM) acres or 30 acres land. Exceptional view for miles. House furnished. Apply Geo. Warwick1. Jr.. 1'. O. box 555. Keene. N. II. 1H)-KH FOR SALE A 60-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 tillage land. This place will mak? someone a good home. It will pay well in small fruit. In quire "Sale," Reformer Office. 67-tf TO RENT , TO RENT Furnished room. S Retting Place. NS-!M) TO RENT Room with bath. Mrs. Hurley. 218 Elliot St. - 90-92 TO RENT Large furnished room. 148 Canal St. Tel. 1015-M. 83-tf LOST AUCTION j I will sell at public auction at my place in West Brattleboro, Wednesday, June 15 At 1 O'clock The following: One purebred Holstein bull. 3 years old. One purebred cow. 5 years old. Eight high grade Holstein cows. One high grade Guernsey cow. Three heifer calves, nice ones. One fast driving horse. One purebred Saanen goat. One sheep yearling-. Fifteen hens. Wagons, ice tools and a quantity of furniture. JOHN McKAT. A. G. Gallup, Auctioneer. AUCTION We Will Sell the Household Goods of the Late Mrs. Emma Brooks At 1 O'clock Thursday, June 16 AT 8 PUTNEY ROAD Consisting of two large rugs, small rugs, brass bed and bedding, bureau, chiffonier, desk and chair. bed-couch, long mirror, cedar chest, pictures, dining table, other tables and chairs, sideboard, two clothes closets, dish closet, wood tove, kitchen cabinet, ' dishes, glasses, walr tubs, large glass show case, step ladder, refrigerator, gas range, radiator and beaten electric heater, iron, crill fan, two lamps and sweeper and numer ous otuer articles. BRATTLEBORO TRUST CO., Administrators. A. G. Gallup, Auctioneer, ADVERTISE IX THE REFORMER LOST One sheep and lamb from the Jones farm in West Chesterfield. Finder please notify Glenham Jones. 90-91 FOR SALE Cottage house. 5 rooms, with wood shed attached : slated roof, cemented cel ler 11 Spring .street. This place will make a cozy home for some one. Price right. WJI. C. MORTON'S REAL ESTATE AGENCY, 1!) BROOK STREET LUMBER FOR SALE 125 M 1-inch sq. edge hemlock 50 M 2-inch sq. edge hemlock 12 M 1-inch sq. edge pine 10 M 2x4 hemlock 60 M 2x6, 2x8, 2x10 hemlock 200 cords dry 4-!t. wood. C. L. STURTEVANT. Keene. N. II. AUTOMOBILE SERVICE RXJW OH EASTERN STANDARD TIME TOWNSHEND TO BRATTLEBORO AND RETURN DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY Leave Townshend, Chaie'i Store, Newfane Inn, Williamsville Station, West Dummerston Store," Arrive Brattleboro. Leave Brattleboro, Root' Phar macy, West Dummerston Store, Williamsville Station, Newfane Inn,, Arrive Townshend. Order book at Root' Pharmacy. Brattleboro. I. S. SAYRE, Townshend. Vt Telephone. Newfane. 34-3L lst Trip 2dTrl 6.15 a.m. 11.30 a.m. 6..30 a.m 1. 50 a.m. 6.50 a.ii. 12.05 p.m. 7.05 a.m. 12.20 p.m. 7.25 a.m. 12.40 p.m. 9.15 a.m. 9.35 a.m. 9.55 a.m. '10.10 a.m.' 10.25 a.m. 4.00 n-m. 4.20 p.m. 4.35 p.m. 4.55 p-m. 5.10 p m. Which Costs More? To Have Insurance and Not Need It OR To Need Insurance and Not Have It Geo. M. Clay General Insurance Agency Bank Block Brattleboro, Vt. Carl A. Mitchell UNDERTAKER Lady Attendant 180 Main Street Telephone 831-W or 834-R House Painting H. A. BIXBY 67 Washington Street FURNISHED HOUSE FOR RENT Furnished House in beau tiful Tillage of southern Vermont, foi skinnier or longer. First-class hotel near. 1- or further particulars, address GR.VFTON, VERMONT Ladies' and Gentlemen's Clothes CLEANED. PRESSED AND ALTERED Satisfaction Guaranteed Prompt Service Brooks House Barber Shop Lawn Mowers and Other Tools Sharpened New Columbia records, sernnrl-lianil goods, guns, watches, tools, etc. G. W. CUSIIMAN, 127 Main Street 'Phone 29 RUTH A. BALDWIN Public Stenographer TYPING of all kinds Room 27 American Bldg. Office 411 Res. 7M-M FRANK A. SNOW Violin Teacher Call Tel. C76-M to Putney Road Orchestra Furnished for AH Occasions SAVE YOUR TREES Pruning, Bolting. Cavity Work J. J. LYONS, Box 345, Brattleboro. Vt. CARL F. CAIN MERCHANT TAILOR 159 Main Street Thomas T. Brittan Fire Accident Insurance Liability ' Life Wilder Bldg., Brattleboro Words of Dead Legion Commander s Come with Peculiar Force on Anniversary. NEW- YORK, June 14. A few days before his death in an automobile acci dent in ' Indianapolis, Commander K. W. (ialbraith. jr.. of the -American Legion, dictated a statement calling the attention of the. public to the fact thai today is Flag day when the peopre throughout the Fnited States will, as In worded it, '"pledge again their love for their flag and their firm purpose to serve it." More than 10.000 posts of the Amer ican Legion in this country and abroad have made arrangements to induce the communities where they are located to show proper deference to the Stars and Stripes today. The Legion has been pushing a cam paign to place the American tiag on ev ery public building throughout the coun try. Commander Galbraith's message to the American people on the Flag day anniversary comes with peculiar force because of the sudden end of his career soon after he prepared it. It read: Hags are like people. They arc full f personality, endowed with character istics, traditions, ideals and faults. "These qualities flags liorrow from the nations they represent, the peoples over whom they wave. If a nation is great ind benign, striving to make the Golden Rule of an internalional as well as an individual tenet, then is the flag of that nation a glorious emblem and a symbol if right and truth. Hut if the nation is a mean, a jealous and and untrust worthy group, then its flag is only a bit if colored cloth. '"Down through the azis men have fashioned banners; have marched beneath Mieni into battle and toiled beneath them in peace. They have died for their Hags. Flags have been the first bright thing to which the child has thrilled with rec- ignition. the last thing taken by the soldier to his grave. J. ut is the tiag worthy of such rever enceV Only, indeed, if those who revere :t have a group conscience and a group aspiration to be honorable and just. ' "Our flag was born when the nation was an infant. The breez that first rip pled its starry folds brought whimperings of troubled events, violence and blood shed. Rut our flag lives on, to see the nation live and grow and prosper. Our flag has been carried into many battle hut never on the side of conquest. It has known grave dangers but never has been sullied by a national shame. "This flag that ripples in the wind today is worthy of our reverences be cause we of this nation have striven and always must strive to keep our ideals lofty. Today we will pledge again our love for our flag and our firm purpose to serve it. Our pledge, made today and acted every day. will keep the Stars and Stripes gloriou." Lovcll & Telfcr BRATTLEBORO'S OLDEST ., RELIABLE , , HARDWARE STORE : ' i. Hl'-i-l'l'l'i-l-l'j'l Z 3.4 NOI2-" j . 1 i . . - 5 ,. m b P pi nil Try a Square That's a Real Tri Square, the STANLEY Lots of Work aronnd the home can be done without calling a carpenter. uruinary repairs can oe done in an extraordinary manner with ordinary tools we have a good supply, well made and reasonably priced. Do you need any lawn or poultry fencing, chick feed, poultry regulator, or rtismiectantx LOVELL & TELFER SATISFACTORY SERVICE HONOR SYSTEM IX WOMEN'S PRISON New Method Tried Bein; for Vermont Is Out in Rutland Reformatory. RUTLAND; June 14. The house of correction on State street, this city, which was recently re-opened, after hav ing been closed since Gov. I. V. Clem ent, a few years ago, had its occupants transferred to Windsor. is the only prison in the state, according tr-Miss Lena Ross, of the state board of chari tb"."'where th prisoner are " allowed about the grounds Outside the walls, are sent on errands about the city, and are even permitted, in some case, to return from service in the various churches un attended. When the women appear on the street they do not wear prison garb. "Every prisoner responds to kindness in more or less degree unless she is ut terly hopeless," Miss Ross says. This is the only reformatory in the state where freedom to any great extent can be al lowed. The idea is new in Vermont as men and women for the first time are not under the same prison roof. One prisoner thought it strange that the women prisoners , -,b,ere seemed so happy, and Miss Ross considers this sys tem evidence that" the effort of their for mer environment being overcome. There are six women now in the re formatory and VI more are expected to arriye Tuesday under the care of Super intendent Wallace of Windsor prison. "Honor (Jills is the term designated here h place of "Trusty." and these are allowed to work at private bouses by the hour, (jirls are called for bv employ ers and returned by them. All the ap plications for "Honor (Jirls" who are wanted for work cannot be filled. Laun dry work will be done at the reformatory just as soon as the building is put in condition. The women are living in the old super intendent's house which is not within the walls of the reformatory. ROSE P.l fJS AHl'NDANT. VERMONT MORGANS TO WASHINGTON Pair of Registered Mares Shipped from Middlebury for Personal I'se of Secretary of Agriculture. One of the most notable plripment of horses from the U. S. Morgan horse farm at Middlebury has just been made, the two registered Morgan mares. Faith and Calve, having been shipped to Washing ton, D. C, where they will be reserved for the personal use of the secretary of agri culture. These mares are full sisters, both being sired by the stallion. General Gates ('('(. and out of the mare Ellen, by Rocky Mountain. Both are dark chestnut in color, with very little white, and make a highly attractive harness pair, being very closely mated as to color, size and action. Their use on the streets of Washington should add materially to the increasing in terest in the Morgan breed, as their excel lent style and quick, snappy action cannot fail to excite the admiration of all lovers of fine horses. Th shipment was in charge of George C. Dignan. of the animal husbandry divi sion at Washington. CONNECTICUT GETS MORGANS. State Agricultural Department Advises Prompt Spraying. MONTFEL1EE, June 14 The ap pearance in many parts of the state of unusual numbers of rose chafers or "rose bugs" is reported by II. L. Bailey, in charge of insect suppression under Com missioner of Agriculture E. S. I'.righam. These insects. light ''brown sprawling beetles, about one-third inch long, have just emerged from the pupa stage in the I; ground and arc beginning to attack the foliage. The f ceiling period will probably extend through the first week of July. Grapevines, rose bushes, young apple and other fruit trees, "elm and many other trees and shrubs, as well as garden plants, may be completely riddled where the rose chafer is abundant. They are poisonous to poultry, if eaten in consider able quantity to 20 of the insects hav ing been found sufficient to kill a week-old chicken. Liberal and repeated applications of arsenate of lend spray, preferably com bined with Bordeaux mixture, offers the most practical method of control, aside from hamtpickiug. Two to three lwninds dry arsenate of lead should be used to- ,0 gallons of water or Bordeaux. Wherever the iilscot-s are found to be plentiful spraying should be commenced at once. Four High Class Geldings Sold from 1". S. Farm tit Middlebury. The recent sale of four high class Mor gan geldings by the C. S. Morgan horse farm at Middlebury to parties in Connecti cut well emphasizes the existence of a strong and growing demand for horses of this breed for saddle and harness pur poses. And to one who has seen the gov ernment Morgans tried out either in har ness or under saddle it Is'nOt hard to understand why the farm is at present receiving inquiries from all parts of the count rj in regard to breeding stock and ombinatioii dorses for utility purposes. Two of the geldings shipped out to Connecticut were esscially well suited to adverti.se the high class stock of this lo cality. They were a rich chestnut in color, almost perfectly matched as to color, markings, gait and style, and were both well broken to single and double har ness and for use under saddle. This pair, together with one of the other geldings, were sired by the government stallion, Scotland. The purchsacr. who went to Middle bury after having visited a number of other stock farms in search of a matched pair, stateu mat he nal been unsuccess ful in finding suitable horses which had been properly trained for saddle nse. and emphasized the fact that the demand for light horses at the present time is almost wholly confined to those for use under saddle. - Special attention to this demand has been given at the Morgan horse farm and the advantage of such training has been clearly demonstrated by the large number of horses which have been sold by the farm during the past year, the prices received for same entirely justifying the small amount of extra labor required to train the horses. The animation and superb .style of the .Morgans, combined with the characteris tic intelligence and excellent disposition of the breed, make them an ideal saddle horse. Owners of high-class s;uldle horses have come to recognize this fact and it re mains for the breeder of Morgan stock to properly tit bis young horses to meet this ever increasing demand. HINSDALE. X. II. To Rent 2 Large Rooms - - - 56 ft. by, 20 ft. and 24 ft. by 18 ft. Now occupied. by The Christian Scientist Church Well adapted for Light Manufacturing,- Assembly Rooms, or Offices Possessjori given soon after July 1. H. L. EMERSON . Sudden Death of Mrs. J. T. Powers. -Mrs. Margaret (Rowan) Powers. ,V. wife of John T. Powers, died suddenly in her home on Highland avenue enrl'v Friday morning after a few hours' ili- in-sN nun acme origins disease. Her death came as a shock to the family as well as to the townspeople, as she ap parently was well. She was born in Winchester Pee. 2"t, IStil. one of seven children of Patrick and Bridget Rowan. She married John T. Powers June ('.. 1N.XS. in New P.rit ain. Conn. Four children were born to them, three of .wliouS survive. 'Mrs. -Powers had been a resident of this town .'52,years and was a highly re spected woman. For several years past she had been a weaver in the Hinsdale woolen mill, her- husband being boss weaver. Resides her husband she leaves two daughters and a son. Mazie. wife of Ar thur J. Crowley of New York, Doris, wife of William Fitzgerald of Xew York, and William R. Powers of this town, and three grandchildren. Pelmar Fitzgerald, Margaret Crowley anil John W. Powers. also three 'sisters. Mrs. John Quiglev of Keene. Mrs. Mary Dunn of Xew Haven. Conn., and Mrs. Fred Felch of Ashuelot, The . funeral was held Monday morn ing at S.:tO oclock at St. Joseph's Roman Catholic church. Rev. P. S. Cahill offi ciating. The body was taken to Keene for bur ial. Those from out of town wlio jittended the funeral were Mrs. A. .7. Crowley of Xew Yfrrk. Mr. and Mrs. William Fitz gerald andson. Delmar. of Xew York. Mr. and Irs. John Quigley and Robert (Juigley of Keene. Mrs. A. C. Lawrence of Hartford. Conn., Mr. and Mrs. James Sline. Mrs. C, P. Seltzer. Charles R. Seltzer, and Maurice Powers, all of Xew; Britain. ( onn.. Mrs. John Fitzgerald and Ernest Fitzgerald of Xew York. v . VERXOX. The Ladies' circle will hold its annual strawberry festival at the Fnion church Monday evening, June 20. The enter-' tninment will be furnished by the Mount Ilermon glee club of 23 members.- " ' Take No Risks Your valuable papers are liable to become mislaid, stolen or burned. For $3.00 a year you can insure yourself against any ,such possible loss, by renting a safedeposit box in our new vault We should be pleased to show them to you. , v Vermont National Bank SAFETY STRENGTH SERVICE 0 n rt i OCTOC30 Q Q Hi 0 in o Facts for Today's Business r4 tKis period of reconstruction, the far seeing business man is basing his plans upon a careful study and understanding of pres ent economic conditions. More tnan ever he is seeking the counsel of his bank and securing the benefit of the information and advice it is qualified to give him. Peoples National Bank BRATTLEBORO. VT. 10 0 n 0 c IB c 3 0 g! nil - - - - - i n .-. r - ocno )Q()Ocroi o ogrrsct I I II 1 .1 III l ' 11 1 " .1 - I .,-. I I . ... .1 ll. I m We Have Purchased 5,000 Shares of The Parker Young Company 7 Cumulative Preferred Stock (DIVIDENDS PAYABLE QUARTERLY) And Offer the Same to the Public at $87.50 per share Melding 8 Watch This Space for Further Information VERMONT INVESTMENT CORPORATION BRATTLEBORO, VERMONT. Making, a Gift An Unmixed Blessing Many a gift of money, securities, or property intended to insure the permanent happiness of , a son, daughter, nephew, or grandchild, has been withheld through the fear that youth or limited business experience would prove inadequate to its proper conservation. A VOLUNTARY LIVING TRUST removes all need of such hesitancy. The gift can be placed with this company in trust, leaving to our careful and efficient man agement the protection of the principal and the mainten ance of its earning power. Thus the gift will convey all of its intended benefits without imposing, the burden of financial care upon inexperienced shoulders. Brattleboro Trust Company BRATTLEBORO, VT.