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1 " THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY REFORMER; 3IOND AY, JUXE 27, 1921.
G CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS 5 cents a line first insertion ; 2JS cents a Une each subsequent insertion. Cash in Advance. Minimum Charge, 20 cents. WANTED W VNTKD Man aail wife on farm. .A. J. Tate. Brattleboro. Tel. '--' 101-103 V ANTED Chairs to cane. Drop a card. 1. W. Umlson, 4 Spring St. it.-lOl WANTED li.v man. work atternoons from 1 to 0 p. in. WANTED Man to work Steady and good milker, lei ou farm. 7-1 n. 517-102 WANTED At once, two tleboro Steam Laundry. W. girls. Brat K. Snarks. 100-tf WANTED State wages. sliend. Vt. WANTED town, woven Tel. M7-M. Work hv high school girl. t A. (Jreenwood.- IV.vn- iw-102 Horses to wire fencing, pasture near part mowing. r'.)-tf FOR SALE FOR SALE Dry wood. Perley Plante. Tel. 53-11. - FOlt SALE Several hay. Seott Farm. tons of FOlt SALE Three horses, nam. East Dover, Vt. clover 83-tf Bert Put . JO-101 FOlt wagons. SALE Three light M. M. Tucker. express 47-tf FOlt SALE A pair of steers: M II. Iluntinsrton. Tel. 17-24. 1KM01 FOlt SALE My ness and sleigh. M. honse, wagon, har P.laek. iiG-101 WANTED Bv high school girl, office 4 .1 1 C.l. .-. ..1 lfo former Office. , FOlt SALE Furniture and ranges, new and second-hand, at J. B. Dunton's, FOR SALE A couple of two-tenement houses on Myrtle street C. B. p.U'jwm i-.i" fw miii' miiiiiin n iiiwf wmmii Jim i hi" W-101 WANTED Good immediately to the 11 Linden St. plain cook. English Tea Apply House, 5!Mf WANTED Fainting and paper "hang ing work at ."i(e. an hour. . L. II. Clark, ,14 Hudson St. (i'-tf WANTED Woman for laundry n.-nn stendv work. The Custom ' Laundry. Tel. 100-tf WANTED One good cabinet maker and machine man for job shop. Holden & Martin Lumber Co. Sl-tf -4t FOR SALE Baled hay. Write or telephont. F. B. Howard, Putney, Vt. Telephone 32. FOlt SALE Modern two-apartment house on one of Brattleboro's b-t streets. Box 10. Reformer Office. 02-.f A high grade oil for Auto mobiles, motor boats and other things. Made by the Standard Oil Company. I have more of a stock on hand than I care to carry and for this reason will sell it at 80c a Gallon the price includes the CUR B SPECULATORS AV E NEW Hum E Lovell & Telfer BRATTLEBORO'S oldest RELIABLE! HARDWARE STORE Start Business Today In New Building Costing $2,250;000 SOME "CLING TO OUTDOOR MARKET and can. FOR SALE White Leghorn pullets' 8 to 12 weeks, 150 one year old. f0 three .Tears. Scott Farm. Tel. 227-Y. 83-tf IX It SALE Hemlock boards and frame lumber. Inquire at Brattleboro Grain Co., 123 Elliot St., Brattleboro. Vt. Tti-tf WANTED New milch sey or Ilolstein preferred. "W.. c-o Reformer Office. WANTED Girl work in family of Fitts. The Abbott, cow. Guern Address 12C !!-tf for two. Tel. general house Mrs. Robert Ij. 40ii. 100-tf WANTED Boarders for month of Julv. Viola Miller, W. Brattleboro. Three miles from Sunset lake. Tel. 314-22. 04-103 -WANTED Young woman to help with housework in a summer home on Ames Hill. Address Box 804. Brattle boro.' Vt. H7-KI2 CHAS. F. MANN 38 Main TEL C8 38 Main Antostrop Safety Razors 30-Day Free Trial. FOR SALE Fresh picked currants and cherries, 20c qt. Green Mountain Miiinm, t?L 11111. a i 1 , v. ...... 1X-2. IKM04I FOR SALE Asters; or mixed. t cents per post tS cents hundred 10 1 estern Ave. separate colors hundred, parcel extra. W . F. Mixer. 100-102 FOR SALE One Ottawa 1921 sawing rig complete, with buzz and drag saw. Anv reasonable offer accepted. Write to M.'H. Gleason. Wardsboro. Vt. 97-tf 1 OR SALE One sulky cultivator, one set of team harness, one White Chester boar. Will exchange for sheep, hens or voung cattle. G. J. Perkins & Son. Tel. i).o. 93-tf. WANTED Married man with one or two children to work on farm, good milker. II. F. Cflrr, Vernon. Tel. 7-12. Brattleboro. :!f!l104 WANTED To hear from owner hav ing farm for sale. State cash price and full description. John J. Black, Vermont St.. Chippewa Falls. Wis. IQO. 1(H, 1 1 1 WANTED Salesman with car to call on dealers with a. low priced OOOO mile tire. $100 week with extra coimnisssions. The C. L. Smith Co., South Bend. Ind. 101 WANTED Beef, hogs and calves and some nice fresh cows, delivered at my place Saturday or at the dejwjt Monday morning. 1 will pay market price. II. G. ( 'lark, Brattleboro. 1 -tf WANTED Experienced worker de sires position about July 1 as bookkeeper, stenographer, or general office worker. 1 'refer permanent position but would ac cept substitute work during summer. Ad dress N. 1'. W.. 13'i Conwav St., Green field. Mass. IOI-O:; SPECIAL NOTICES FOR SALE Dry rock maple stove wood sawed and delivered for $12 per cord load. Send postal and I will deliver next diiv. E. D. Swain. Box GO, So. New- fane, Vt. 92-103 HORSES FOR SALE A few first class horses, young and sound. pairs 2700 to :i:0U: two singles 1400 and 100O Bljineharil. Gates & Woodward. South Vernon. Mass. Iluckle Hill Rd. 07-102 THE WHITNEY AND ROEL FARMS FOR SALE Comprising of.3 acres ot lanl. very tertue, imuse, nam. etc. Price $;t.000, only part cash. Call or write lony Lossasso, it. . i. Box 13. Brattleboro Vt. Telephone 0-3. SO-110 Carl A. Mitchell UNDERTAKER Lady Attendant 180 Main Street Telephone 831-W or 831-R FOR SALE Camp Idlewilde at Lake Spofford. N II. Seven-room furnished cottage with sleeping porch, two stone fireplaces, two garages. For particulars inquire of Dr. E. R. Lynch, Brattleboro. Vt. 03-100 HAIR GOODS E. Barber Bids. P. Bailey, 20S 1-tf CU1ROPODIST 208 Barber Bldg. .'Phone G0G-W. -Elizabeth 9 to 12- P. Bailey, -2 to 5. 1-tf AUTOMOBILE FOR HIRE, evenings and Sundays. W. T. Carnev, 21 Thomas St. Tel. IkSl-It. (,1-tf FOR SALE Cozy farm house on hill side overlooking Spofford. Can buy build ings with either entire property of about 100 acres or SO acres land. Exceptional view for miles. House furnished. Apply Geo. Warwick, Jr., P. O. box 533, Keene, X. II. 90-101 TO RENT TO RENT Upstairs room. (J Clark St. 101-100 3 ROOMS Furniture and household goods must be sold at once. I am leaving town, and will sacrifice these goods. Dresses, Mission Set, includ ing table lamp, 2 rockers and 1 chair; other chairs, brass bed, complete; rugs, costumer, folding couch, etc. SALE STARTS AT 4 p. m. today and all day Tuesday, and all day Wednesday. No dealers need apply. Room No. 407 Barber Bldg. Phone 603-W. The Standard' or all , Wrenches ;.is thfl Stillhon. " May Be Repressed as Crowd Obstructs Street Traffic Members of Stock Ex change Participates In Curb Deals and Prefers Open Street. NEW YORK, June 27. After several decades of nomadic existence along the main highway of the financial district. the '"outside market", corporatcl.v Known as the New lork Lurt associa tion, today moved into its own spacious quarters on the western fringe of Wall !t feet. For the first time irt its long and pic turesque history ''the curb" to quote one ot its duet officials, will cease to h.ive the sky as its roof and will find shelter within its own four walla". The new building of the New York Curb market, now virtually completed at a cost of about $2.2.,0o0, including the ground, is an impressive structure heated on Trinity Place, directly back of the famous Trinity graveyard and extending westward to Greenwich street. Already the executive offices of the: association have been installed anil al though the financial district is passing through a riod of post-war depression the guiding spirits of the curb believe the new headquarters will mark the be ginning of a new and prosperous career. Of the entire membership as now con stitutedvariously estimated - 4) to Cm almost 23 per cent of the old guard of veteran members have threatened to hold aloof ami continue their operations in the roadway of Broad street. This faction mnv find itself balked. however, by the attitude of the city au thorities. The police long ago found it ieecr.sarv to "corral"' the memlers within nn irregular s.niare Ix-eause their increasing numbers obstructed street t rathe. Among the members of the Curb as soeiation are a number of men more or less directly connected with the "Hig Board", as the stock exchange is known m the wail street vernacular. Nimf ?lk exchange firms have voiced their opposition to the idea of a regular home or headquarters for the "curl)". Others believe it will add to the tdrcngth and responsibility of that oiganizat ion. One of the arguments advanced in fa or of a fixed habitat for the curb brokers has b"en that it would elimi nate an undesirable clement. Wc also sell- Agricultural Wescott Bicycle Adjustable Wrenches and Wrench Sets. Machinists Tools Micrometers Calipers. Ganges Dividers Sliding Caliper Rules Depth Gauges Scribers, Etc. 1 J orting News EASTERS AND SOLDIERS. (Continued from Page 4.) The soldiers added one more tally in their half of the sixth on Halliday's three-sacker and Lynch's singles, while Fisher held the Cottons tight. Outside of the one big inning this game was tight and well played showing that the teams can play a good brand of ball and they will undoubtedly improve much as the season goes on. The boys look for a bigger crowd next week, es pecially after these two exhibitions which incidentally ties up the lead for the league. The summary : COMPANY I. ab r bh po a c Ainsworth. 2b. 1 1 1 1 0 Halliday. c, 4 2 2 S 1 0 Lvmh. lh. 4 1 2 7 0 0 Yarker, ."b. 4 O o :t O O Young. If. :t 1 1 1 O 1 Manning, rf. 2 1 0 0 O O Connors, ss, .", OlOl 0 P.ashaw, cf. :. 1 2 1 0 0 Fisher, p. ,'. 1 1 O 4 1 Totals. 2! S 10 21 7 2 FORT DI MMER his ROOT, SHOE and harness repairing, new harness work and second hand har ness for sale. E. W. Knapp, West Rrat tleboro. Vt. Oti-101 BARGAINS IN MAGAZINES Most favorable terms on single subscriptions or on reduced club rates. Send for booklet. Brattleboro News Co. 1-tf . F. HOWE has moved his business from Elm street to the New Shop in the rear of Grant's Granite works on South Main street where he will carry on the iron and woodworking and acet ylene welding business as before. 9,'?-tf T( ) RENT Furnished est St. room. 14 For-Hf.-tf TO RENT At Spofford Lake, cot tage, first two weeks in duly, and last two weeks in August. Edgett & Co. 100-tf TO LET Apartment, suitable for man and wife, on Main St., overlooking mountain and river. Large living room, small kitchen, and good sized bedroom. Steam heat. Price 20. Permanent ten ant only. Address "Permanent Tenant." c-u Reformer Office. !:-tf RUTH A. BALDWIN Public Stenographer TYPING of nil kinds Room 27 American Bids. Office 411 Res. 761 M LOST. MAGAZINES AT LOWEST I'ltlCES Write me about what magazines you want for the coiniug year. I can get them for you at money saving prices. Mrs. O. M. Love, Magazine Specialist, South New fane, Vt. 1-tf TEACHERS WANTED High school teachers. $1.000-$2,0M; grammar school principals (men. S!H)0-1,700 ; grade and rural .S00O-.S 1.40O. Can use several high school graduates. Northeastern Teachers' Agency, 2'.) Main St., St. Johnsbury. Vt. ilS-lQ.', CIVIL SERVICE examinations for clerks for Postal Mail Service and Gov ernment Departments. Men. women, oyer 17. $120 month. Experience unneces sary. For free particulars write Ray mond Terry (former Civil Service exam iner, 133 Continental Rldg., Washing ton. I). C. 10O-101 Standing Grass for Sale The standing grass called Bradley farm, dow, approximately S offered for sale to the der for cash only, will be received up to ing June 27 at which will be consummated, bids to the Windham on the so lower mea 10 acres, is highest bid Sealed bids and includ time sale Mail your County Co- LOST At Alumni reunion, a neck tie pin. Finder please leave at Reformer Office and receive reward. JW-lfU LOST Two" Thermos 'hot tics, both in one leather case, probably in front of T. T. Iirittans residence. Reward if ie- tunred to DeWitt Grocery Co. i'.M0l Card. The undersigned wish to extend their grateful appreciation to the Latchis The atre management for their generosity in tendering the use of the theatre for the presentation of the picture, P.lack Beauty. St. Michael's Cadets, Sister Mary James. Lawn Mowers and Other Tools Sharpened New Columbia records second-hand goods, suns, watches, tools, etc. G. W. CUSIIMAN. 127 Main Street Phone 239 Standing Grass FOR SALE ON WESTERN AVENUE Tel. 228-M. II. F. WEATIIERIIEAD Cayl. We wish to thank our friends and neighbors for their kindness -diown and for the beautiful flowers sent at the time of the death of our dear wife and mother. Dexter Waite, Mr. and Mrs. George Waite. Mr. and 3Irs. Frank Waite. operative Box 343, Milk Producers, Brattleboro, Vt. Inc., LUMBER FOR SALE 123 M 1-inch sq. edge hemlock CO M 2-inch sq. edge hemlock 12 M 1-inch sq. edge pine 10 M 2x4 hemlock BO M 2x8, 2x8, 2x10 hemlock 200 cords dry 4-!t. oo4. C. L. 8TURTEVANT. Keene. N. II. FOR SALE - Franklin, Series 8, Three-, Passenger Roadster Has just been thoroughly ovfrhauled. New top. All worn parts renewed, and in absolutely first-class condition. WALTER S. PRATT. Brattleboro Vt 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. Ladies' and Gentlemen's Clothes CLEANED, PRESSED AND ALTERED - Satisfaction Guaranteed Prompt Service Brooks House Barber Shop REWARD! Paid for return of Airdale t)og answering to name of Tarn. Mrs. H. B. Chase 38 Putney Road SOCTII LONDONDERRY. Luther Thompson has been visitin mother. Mrs. Harvey Fierce. Mrs. A. K. Cudworth is entertaining her friend. Mrs. Chase, of Shnshan. X. Y. James F.ardwell of Rrattleboro has been spending a few days in the Meleudy home. Miss Edith Landman is home from her school in Wolfsboro. Me., for the summer vacation. Mrs. Will Staples is spending some time with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Dudley. Mr. and Mrs. II. P. Chase and Mrs. P.. Helen Roynton of Ludlow visited in town Friday. Mrs. Alice Parker and Isabel are enjoy ing a three-weeks" visit with relatives in Brooklyn ami New York. Mrs. S. II. Varnuin and daughter of Brooklyn have opcrted their home in Goodellville for the summer. The Methodist Ladies society served a porch supper at the parsonage Wednes day from ; to S. with the usual variety of good things. The lawn party announced for June 21 at P.rnokside was postponed because of graduation exercises on that date, and July 1'2 is the later date selected. Miss Ruth Mansfield and friend came last week a few days in advance of Mrs. G. Mansfield and son. who will open the home at Highland farm "or tne summer. Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Jones and daughter and Miss Maude James of Carbondale, Pa., have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wiley a few days, coming in their l'.uick. The friends here of Rev. and Mrs. F. K. Hackett were .shocked and grieved to learn of little I'auls death, which came so unexpectedly, and extend deepest sym pathy to the sorrowing family. Rev. and Mrs. Eno returned June '2D from a week's stay in Springtield, Mass., where they went to consult a physician. The treatment and rest proved very bene ficial to the pastor. Wilbur spent the week in Bellows Falls." Jason, If, W. I lis. cf. Austin, ss, ,'h. Wood, Cb, ps. t Council, c, Sheelian. lb. J. I ris. lib. Ruppreph, "'b. Pelar. rf. Staples, p. ab ."i bh o o o 1 o o 1 It o 1 po 1 o o 1"' 1 1 o o o Totals, 23 2 a IS 4 0 Innings. 1 2 l 4 " 0 7 Company I. O 0 7 0 1 x S Ft. Dummer. O O O 2 0 O i) 2 Total bases. Co. I 12, Fort Dummer 4. Sacrifice hit, W. L'ris. Two-base hit. Wood. TL ree-base hit, Halliday. Stolen buses. Halliday. Lynch. Ainsworth. Young. Staples. Sheehan. J. l'ris. Struck out iv Fisher N. bv Staples VJ. Rases on balls, off Fisher 1. off Staples 2. Rat ters hit. Sheehan. Wood, Young. Left on bases. Co. 1 V, Fort Dummer 4. Time, 1 hour. r0 minutes. I "in pi re, Clune. T. town Mr FURNISHED HOUSE FOR RENT Furnished house in beautiful village of southern Vermont, for summer or longer. First-class hotel near. For further particulars, address BOX 72, GRAFTON, VERMONT CARL F. CAIN MERCHANT TAILOR 159 Main Street AUTOMOBILE SERVICE RUIT oir easter.it standard time TOWNSIIEND TO BRATTLEBORO AND RETURN DAILY EXCEPT SUKDAt Leare - Townshend, Chaie'a Stora, Newfane Inn, Williamsville Station. West Dutnratriion Store, Arrive Brattleboro, . Leave BrattleborivRoot'a Phar macy, . ' West Dummeriton Storej WiUiamsviOe Station, , -Newfane Inn, Arrive Townshend. Order book at Root' Pharmacy, Brattleboro. I. S. SAYRE, Townsheni, Vt Telephone. Newfane. 34-3L 1st Trip 2d Trip 6.15 a.m. 11.30 a.m. 6.30 a. ro ;i.50a.m. 6.50 a.n. 12.05 p.m. 7 0S a.m. 12.20 p.m. 7.25 a.m. 12.40 p.tl. 9.15 a.m. 9.3S a.m. 9.55 a.m. 10.10 a.m. 10.25 a.m. 4X0 ptn. 4.20 p.m. 4.35 p.m.' 4.55 p.m. 5.19 p E3. FRANK A. SNOW Violin Teaclier Call TeL 676-M Orchestra Furnished ,10-Putney Road for All Occasions Another Special Sale JUNE 6 TO JULY 3 I am showing a larger assort ment of Suitings in this sale than he fore. Order a Suit and get an extra pair of Trousers Free. Last sale was a success. This sale-will be-better. Get your order in early. WALTER H: HAIGH Custom Tailor Elliot Street Thomas T. Brktan Fire Accident Insurance Liability. .Life Wilder Bldg., Brattleboro JAMAICA. E. Holland of Newfane was in Tuesday. and Mrs. I?tn Williams are visitinjr at Lewis lavage's. Ed Clayton of I la it hind has been visit ing relatives in Piken Falls. Delmar Stone and sons are cutting Douglas Forrester's hay in istratton. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Muzzy of West- field, Mass., are with their parents for a short visit. Flovd Hard of Pikes Falls attended the Adventist church services in Town shorn! Saturday. All crops and grass are suffering for want of rain. Those w ho have cut report a very light hay crop. " Fred Sellers had the first peas from his garden .lime 14 and has had pease or other vegetables every day since. W. II. Welhnan and "Mrs. Abbie White spent Thursday in Rrattleboro, Roing with Wayland Iliggins by auto, v The ball game between Townshend and Jamaica Saturday resulted in a score of 4 to 1 in favor of Townshend. Miss Cora (Joodell of Dudley. Mass., a former teacher . in Maynard Hollow, is spending her vacation at L. R. Rills. The many T riemfs of .Mr,.John Wright, who is in the Memorial hospital for treatment, "are" gfrtd to- ktiow that fche is gaining. ' Miss Abbie Starr, a senior in Cleveland, (., high school, has been visiting her sis- Iter. Miss Catherine Starr, who is teaching in Maynard Hollow. i Mrs. Emma Franklin spent the past (week with her brother, R. J. Daggett. Mr. land Mrs. Daggett took her back to Wind sor by auto Sunday. Charles HoTton " and family of New York city came to their summer home here for the easnn. Mr. Ilolton will be in the city part of the- time. ... I Rev. and Mrs. L. II. Sprague have been Keene .". Ludlow 3. The Keene White Sox won from the Ludlow. Vt.. nine in Keene Saturday. to 3. l'owers of the locals anil 1. Hasting of the visitors each made three singles. The score : Innings. 1 J 3 4 5 C 7 S 1 R II K Keene. 1 O O J O 0 x t 7 4 Ludlow, O 1 O U 1 t O ( 1 3 it 4 ISatteries, Knox and Reason; R. Hast ings and Stanley. entertaining their mother and sister. All four spent Thursday ami Friday in Wardsboro at Mr. Spraguo's home. A large crowd from this and the sur rounding towns attended the auction of the Hon Kingsbury estate, the bidders paying well for the goods. Mr. Weekly fcid off the house and farm and will move there in the near future. SORE THROAT, TONSOLITIS and Dangerous Diphthera Burlington, Vermont, Worn an Tells Interesting Story Mrs. F. E. Gaines. 1.12 Pine Street. Partington. Vt., is a very popular woman in that celebrated city in the (Jreen Moun tain state and has many friends in other New England cities. Like many Ver montcrs Airs. (laincs is familiar with the story of th Scotch doctor who originated a liniment. People who used this liniment for various painful afflictions got such extraordinary results that they thought there was something mysterious about it and it 'eame to be known' by that name "Mysterious Pain Ease." When asked about Mysterious Pain Ease Mrs, (Jaines set down the experience of herseli and family, from which we aTe permitted to ipiote as follows : "We are never - without a bottle in our home and we have used it with best results for sore throat as "a gargle in diphtheria and ton silitfs ami for acute'v )ain-as an attack of neuralgia, earache or rheumatism, and it works wonders. V ; , l Principally from the rwommendal ions of other people the usefulness of Myste rious Pain Ease in eliminating pain and giving . race and comfort to the pain wracked body, muscles, nerves, joints or bruises, the people have learned of its benefit iu removing pain arising from many different causes such as rheuma tism, neuralgia, sprains of all kinds, neu ritis, lumbago, sciatica, burns, muscle cramps, stiff neck, chilblains, muscular colds where the shoulders, chest and back muscles are in - pain, and pain arising anywhere from inflammation. Mysterious Pain Ease takes the sting, pain and itch ont of insect bites. Mysterious Pain Ease is sold uy most leading dealers. Any druggist can get ft for you from his jobber. Advertisement. Compact Powder and " Rouge We carry a very complete line of Compact Powder and Rouges, including Mary Garden, V DjeivKiss, Joncaires, PomJeian, Armand's, San Tox, Dorm's and Hudnut's. Have just received a new Hudnut Vanity Box. This is very special and includes both Compact Powder and Rouge and sells for $1.00. Brattleboro Drug Co. THE PRESCRIPTION STORE PHONE 560 PHONE 560 PHONE 560 HI Protect Your Women - You recognize your, duty to protect the women of your family labile you Ivve. But have you given thought beyond that? Most women, through lack of experience, are quite helpless in managing financial affairs. Do not fail to protect your women for the future by having this institution act as trustee of your estate. Be sure to talk to our officers without delay. Vermont National Bank Brattleboro, Vt. Safety Strength Service yiilTMi SiTS'wfffi'S'V'l'Tijtfi'iil Ji'iltilB3iiJH'm -fi i " 'T-fl i,iTJLI-iTirUi'-T fflir" 11 BBl J ni o O ' 0 Facts for Today's Business IN this period of reconstruction, the far seeing business man is basing his plans upon a careful study and understanding of pres ent economic conditions. More than ever he is seeking the counsel of his bank and securing the benefit cf the information and advice it is qualified to give him. Peoples National Bank , BRATTLEBORO. VT. 0 0 a :0 n BRA 1 ILEdUKO. VI. f iiv i u a r a i 0 O O O O C3 O CZZ O CZTD O O CZ3 O T O C MONEY Deposited in the Savings Department of the Brattleboro Trust Company on or before the 10th of July will draw interest from Jilly i. Start a small Savings Account at this Bank and add to it each week or month and soon you will-have saved a sum which will surprise you. Brattleboro Trust Company , BRATTLEBORO, VT. k " - ij '