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THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY REFORMER. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13. 1921.
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS
" ' 5 cents a line first insertion; 2 rents a line each subsequent insertion.
Cash in Advance. Minimum Charge, 20 cents. V
WANTED
FOR SALE
St.
"WANTED Washings to do.
WANTED Position doing
Address B, Reformer office.
WANTED Salesgirl
113 High
1G2-1U7
housework.
KHi-170
Good
Brattleboro Baking Co., Tel. 170-W
WANTED At
toy department.
wages.
. 15!)-t
FOR SALE Drj wood.
Tel. M il.
Ferley Plante.
7-tf
onoe, two girls in our
C. E. Bradley Corp.
1G.-5-1G7
WANTED Job cutting logs, cord wood:
or ties. Iioxlo'J, -Manchester lJepor, t.
1(52-17
WANTED Good strong woman assis
tant in the kitchen. English Tea House.
lGl-tf
WANTED Good, medium, heavy, '2
horse truck. Iloldcn & Martin Lumber
Co. ' ' 2f
""WANTED rainting and paper hang
ing work at 50c. an hour. L. II. Clark,
TeL G04-M. t 5S-tf
FOR SALE 25 squares of good slate.
Tel. 017-M. . 1Gi-tf
FOR SALE Cotton flour sacks 25 for
$1.50. 97 Main St, 13G-tf
FOR SALE 10 watches. Will close
after Oct. 1st. C. L. Howe. lG.--tf
FOR SALE Furniture and ' ranges,
new and second-hand, at J. B. Dunton's.
FOR SAW: Silo in
tion. I). E. MeElhinny.
first-class oondi
Telephone 751.
1GG-1GS
FOR SALE A couple of two-tenement
houses on Myrtle street. C. 15. Crowell.
40-tf
WANTED Job for
cord wood. Address V. O.
tloboro, Yt.
cutting logs or
Box 120. l!r:it-105-170
WANTED 1,000 fowls, 25c. a pound
live weight. Send card, M. Black, Box
283, Brattleboro. lol-tt
WANTED By first-class mason, chim
ney, plastering, and stone work. B. II.
LaRue, Jamaica, Yt. 1GO-167
WANTED Woman to clenn house by
the hour. Apply at once to Mrs. II. E.
Bascom, 127 Main St. 105-tf
WANTED Woman to help with iron
5nu Clonn. nleasant. steady work. Cus
tom Laundry, Tel. 222.
IGl-tf
WANTED At once, ? or 4 furnished
rooms for liht housekeeping by two
adults!. O. Box 505. 103-tf
WAVTF.ll One or two rooms, fur
nished or unfurnished for
keeping. P. O. Box 534.
rooms,
light house-161-100
WANTED To buy a good hardwood
timber lot within teaming distance of
Brattleboro depot. Address "C. C." care
Reformer. 1G2-1G7
WANTED Housework position for a
mother with one child. Apply Yermont
Children's Aid Society, Bellows Falls.
'Phone 505. - 102-107
FOR SALE Five-room cottage house.
Modern improvements. Inquire ! West
St. 100-17 7
FOR SALE One work horse, harness
and wagon. Address Box 53, Reformer
olhce. 157-tf
FOR SALE Young canary birds, gooa'
singers. Mrs. Geo. II. Johnson, R. F. D.
1, Putney, Yt. , 100-1G5
FOR SALE Dry hard wood, in chunks
or split. E. R. Thomas, West Brattle
boro. Tel. 14-3.
141-tf
- Potatoes $1.75 per
from E. Putney Dejiof.
105
FOR SALE -bushel:
10 rods
G. E. Blancliard.
FOR SALE Modern two-apartment
house on one of Brattleboro's best streets.
Box 10, Reformer Office. 92-tf
FOR SALE The Moore cottage" n
Ames Hill. Address John D. Barrows,
Barber Bldg.. Brattleboro, Yt. 103-1GS
FOR SALE Guernsey cow, giving
milk a month, 0 years old. will sell cheap.
Inquire 04 Belmont Ave., Tel. 73-Y. 150-tf
FOR SALE Five dozen Ball and
Lightning milt jars, pints. Inquire alter
5 p. m. Room 2, American Bldg.
1 05-100
FOR SALE Five-piece chamber suit,
spring and mattress, new. i20. Two rugs.
!xl2. J?5 each. Call at 20 Organ St.
105-170
FOR SALE We are now ready to de-
i liver a nice lot of strictly dry slab wood.
WANTED Cider apples, delivered at Also mixed four foot wood. Holden &
tb. denot ' Brattleboro. Yt.. Sent. 17 and Martin Lumber Co. 15S-tf
!, 1!21
Wellman.
50 cents per 100 lbs
F. L
105-170'
lOIt SALE Ford touring car, starter
.detachable runs, new tires, extra tire and
WANTED Good home for 10-year-old rim. price S275, delivery Sept. 15. J. S.
eirfr where she can earn her way through Nollen, R. F. D. 5, Brattleboro. 101-100
high school. Apply Yermont Children's
Aid Societv. Bellows Falls. Yt. 102-107
WANTED A man who has a horse
and wagon or car, that can furnish a per
sonal bond for $500. For full particulars
write P. O. Box 205, Rutland, Yt. 135 tf
POSITION WANTED by young lady
outside of school tours either in store or
prirate home, experienced. Call, write or
'phone Brattleboro Business Institute.
: 104-tf
WANTED Any person who has tired,
aching, burning, itching feet to use Snow
Drop Salve, 25c, works wonders. For
sale at C. F. Thomas's and W. F. Root's
Pharmacies. - 129-16S
WANTED Young man, age 21, wants
to get job in a country store with chance
to learn the business. No experience but
willing to work bard for small pay to
start. Address P. C. II., 238. South St..
Bennington, Yt. " 101-1C5
FOR SALE Bay horse. 12 years old.
Good worker and fair driver. Weighs
1.2CMI pounds. Must be sold at once. Ad
dress Box 330, Hinsdale, N. II. 104-100
FOR SALE Four-week-oldpigs?4.
ensilage cutter and blower mounted on
trucks, to be purchased at your own
price. G. J. Perkins & Son. Tel. 0-22.
15G-tf
TO RENT
TO
'502-M.
RENT Comfortable room.
SPECIAL, NOTICES
TABLE BOARD at 117 Main Street.
' 103-1 OS
G. W. Hudson. 4
160-171
CHAIRS TO CANE.
Spring St.. Town.
LIGHT TRUCKING and jobbing by
automobile. Tel. 033-M, Shaw's Garage.
112 tf
TO RENT Furnished
South Main St.
Tel
100-tf
room at 22
102-104
TO RENT Furnished room at
Walker t'lace, Brattleboro. 10.-170
a itr,. i i town, inrnisucd or un
furnished. NRetting Place. 105-107
TO RENT Rare chance to get a four-
room tenement all furnished en Green St
a-giwd one Tel. 01 t-M. 150-tf
LOST.
LOST Lower part of
self tiller. Finder please
former office.
fountain pen
leave at Ite-
100-107
HANDY
of work. '
101S-R.
CHIROPODIST
20S Barber Bldg
'Phone 00(5-W.
MAN would
Willing and
like any kind
reliable. Tel.
105-170
Bailev,
to 5.
1-tf
BARGAINS IN MAGAZINES Most
favorable terms on single subscriptions or
on reduced club rates. Send for booklet.
Brattleboro News Co. 1-tf
LOST Tiger and white cat, answer
to name of Whitey. Reward for informa
tion. 1 el. 3S2-R. 105-100
-Elizabeth
0 to 12
J.O 1 Between M:i:n and Green Sis.,
brown M:iri'ni-i tic k ficce. Reward if re
turned tn llr. i ;:: tfiee. It
LOST .".
case oontainiii;:
ami other i:: pet
er rffiee.
imitation leather
:i'iti operator's license
. Address "Y," Reform
nri-107"
JOHNSON'S BOOKSTORE of Spring
field,: Mass., has an opening in the book
section for a live person, bookishly in
clined. State experience and give refer
ence 100-170
WATER LOCATED Why do you go
without water when I can find it for you
and tell you the depth to dig? All work
guaranteed. Geo. C. Harris, West Brat
tleboroYt. 302-tf
ALL WOOL KNITTING "YARN "for
f-ale. direct from manufacturer, at 05c,
1.45 and 1.70 a iriuiuI. Postage paid on
$5 orders. Write for samples. H. A.
Bartlett, Harmony, Me. 302-188
magaInesTt'lowest "PRICES
Write me about what magazines you1
want; for the coming year. I can get them'
for you at money saving prices. .Mrs. G.
M. Love, Magazine Specialist, South New
fane, Yt.; 1-tf
I WILL GIYE excellent board and
care for the moderate use of a good
horse, a harness, and a light wagon until
spring, or later, if owner desires. Pos
sibly, would buy later. Address William
F. Collins, East Jamaica. Yt. 10G-1GS
NOTICE ! BOTTLED IILK10e.
Beginning Monday. Sept. 5, our price
for bottled milk will be 10c per qt. This
milk is from our own dairy of tuberculin
tested cows and is delivered fresh every
morning with Ford truck. 'Phone 0-22
and we will call. G. J. Perkins & Son.
, 150-tf
ANNOUNCEMENT I have taken
the agency for the NuBune corset and
will gladly call with samples. The Nu
liono stay is..nbrenkable. nou-rustable
and will not work through the corset.
Models to fit nil figures. I have also
taken the agency for the World Star ho
siery and Klean Knit underwear the
Hum tn.it wears. Mrs. S. L Tlmm-is
LOST Three keys on
where between Crosby St.
Wednesday p. m. Finder
Reformer office.
a chain, some
and Main St.
please leave at
105-100
WANTED
Boy Over 16
Brattleboro Baking Co.
RUTH A BALDWIN
Public Stenographer
TYPING
of all kinds
Room 27 American Bid.
Office 411 Res. 784-M
DONT FORGET
That I Have a 7-Passencer Auto
for Hire
WALTER M. ROBBINS
Telephone 269-W-
Putney, Yt.
105-107
Ladies' and Gentlemen's
Clothes
CLEANED, PRESSED
AND ALTERED
Satisfaction Guaranteed
Prompt Service
Brooks House Barber Shop
The average expectation
of life at a civen use- can be stated ernr-Hr
SI.l'J KM BLR IS HERE Just a few 1 average is as it is beoause some die
more weeks and the frosty winds of win-! unexpectedly, some live beyond the aver-ter-will.be
chilling you thronglk lie pre- asw. What if you prove short lived? In
pared to resist them by sending or bring-! sure and secure your dependents. Na-
lng m your furs at once for reoair and tional Life Ins. Co.. Yt. ( Mutual.
F. C. DINES. Special Agent
Brattleboro, Yt.
reniouenng. w e repair, remodel, and
make nil kinds of fur garments, also tan
ami make up furs from skins yon fur
nish. R. L. Bordeaux. Furrier and Tcx
iderraist. 32 Central Square, Keene N. H.
105-tf
Evenings, Holidays and Sundays
Wednesday Afternoons During Summer
Carney's Auto Service
21 THOMAS STREET
Tcleplione CSI-R
SAVE YOUR TREES
rruninsV Bolting, Cavity Work
y."-. " V J. J. LYONS
150x 345. t Brattleboro, Vt.
G. W. CUSHMAN
127 Main St, Ground Floor Tel. 239
Buv. sell or "vrhanjre Ohl enhi sil
ver, watches, diamonds, guns, snorting
goods, tools, talking machines and rec-
orns, antiques, neiu glasses, musical in
struments, books Tools sharpened, as
knives, scissors, saws, etc.
PIANO TUNING
EDWARD F. LEITZINGER
'Phone house after 6 p. m, or Barber'
Music Store
CARL F. CAIN
MERCHANT TAILOR
159 Main Street
FLASHLIGHTS
VF
m
i'l
Dig out your old case and
have a fresh Eveready bat
tery put in it and .make
sure that you get an Ever
eady. There are many kinds of
flashlight batteries on the
market most of 'em have
good "selling" features
but a fresh Eveready bat
tery is there when it comes
to actual service.
Fresh Eveready
for all flashlights.
batteries
CHAS. F. MANN
S3 Main
Antostrop Safety
TEL 33 38 Main
Razors 30-Day Fre Trial.
Carl A. Mitchell
UNDERTAKER
v Lady Attendant
" 180 Main Street
Telephone 834-W or 834-R
COME IN AND HEAR THE
New Improved Stewart
Phonograph
- PLAYS ANY RECORD
Mi! lIplFMl
II. M. Wood
Sporting Goods
65 Main St.
Tel. 70S-M
TAX NOTICE
The no!resi(ient proprietors of. the
Town of rs'pwfnne. County of Windham,
are hereby notified that the taxes as
sessed by such tow n withiif the venrs
next rreeiling this .year remain in whole
uuuaid on the following described land.
to wit :
One farm consisting of approximately
!(. acres, owned by K. . H.nve and
wife and known as the Chalk Stone farm.
This land is in the northwest part of
. 1- . ..jr X i .
uii' irnvo m ewiane ana is tiounili'il as
folftxys: (hi the east by land of A. M
.Wernneni. soutii ny lal:er JJrook. west
by the so-oalled Speckman farm and
t I e .i , , ,
.louusoii larm. norm ny lanns Known as
the .Iolms.ui farm and dishing farm.
This land will bo sold at Public Auc
tion in the Postofhco at Willianisvilh
t.. on tne 1st uay ot iictofier, next, at
.- o clock, as shall be requiite to dis
charge the taxes with cost unless pre
viously paid.
JOHN L. SPARKS,
Collector of Town Taxes.
Dated at Newfane, Yt., Sept. 2, 1921.
FOR SALE
Modern 12-Room House
Can be one- or two-tenement, Just
ns owner wants. Large garden,
extra lot. Nice barn or garage, just
as you need it for. Must be sold
as business requires a change.
Price reasonable. Inquire 3 Lo
cust Street, or Telephone 732-W,
Brattleboro, Vt.
"I will tell you what to do if your
feet trouble you" -
DR. F. I. WILDER
Maker of Featherweight Arch
Supports
Made to Individual Impression.
(Process Patented)
Room 12, Tilery Bldg., Brattleboro
Hours 9 to 12 a. m., 2 to 5 p. ni.
And by appointment.
HAD
IASCQM8.0R
AT WESTMINSTER
12,000 Apple Trees Planted
On Hillsides of Four
Farms
EVERYTHING DONE
IN SCIENTIFIC WAY
Keeps Apple Trees Following Powder
Keg l p Sides of Hills Old Buildings
ITtted for "Employes Allows No Fruit
to Fall Starts Storehouse.
WESTMINSTER. Sept. 13. " A
thousand pounds of dynamite a week
for the two months just ending have
put the finishing touches on Rocky Hill,
and now n plan projected 10 years ngo
is completed with a ll'.IMlO tree orchard
all apples.
.noi ine orange nor the banana nor
the peach, but the big red apple the
makings of the famous New England
apple pie with the brown flaky crust
is king; and to the list of orchards those
at Bennington. Cnstleton and Middle-
town and at Fitchburg. Mass., will be
added this one projected by George A.
Dascomb made out of hardsrrabble
farms nnd built up to the latest scien
tific bulletin.
Mr. Dascomb has placed all his fruit
into one basket and his immense harvest
when it conies will be almost entirely
of one variety of apple. A farmer
knows what, this means. A white frost
in blossom time may kill his chances of
meeting the note at the bank in the fall.
This year the frost came on May !t.
In New England orchards where th"re
should be L'O.OOO barrels this fall there
will not be more than IMHtO.
Only Poor Paslurc
The story ot Mr. Dascomb is the
story of a minister's son who left the
town for the West, became a prosperous
Iumbermau. returned with his millions
I Have Sold the
10-Room House
ADVERTISED LAST NIGHT
Better put your house into
my hands as I have several
parties desiring to buy.
NOTICE
0ving to absence of mv wife for
a .few days it will be impossible to
make telephone appointments with
me until evening. At your, service
after four o'clock. Telephone
7I.1-W. v
W. J. BIGELOW
Your object
in life
You spend your clays getting
money for the protection of
your family and for the sup
port of your old age.
Do vott know the best wav?
Our new Pension plan in-
i (
mi res your lite ana earning
power for your family while
they need it and pays you a
guaranteed life income after
age 65.
NA. HOWE, Agent
Brattleboro,- - Vermont
Connecticut General Life
Insurance Co. Hartford
A
FOR SALE
Buick Coupe
splendid car in
Address Coupe,
first-class condition.
Reformer Office.
NOTICE
Public Auto Service
Day or Night
New Cleveland! Six
Tel. 3G-W. L. I. SNOW
or Tel. 675 Nights and Sundays
Office 3o Main St.
Automobile Service
Run on Eastern Standard Tims
NORTH FIELD and RRATTLEB0RO
Daily Except Sunday
Leave p. M.
Northfleld. Georges Pharmacy, 12.10
East Northfleld, C. P. ISuflTuru's
Store 12.30
South Vernon, E. H. Ruffum's
Store 12.33
Central Park 12.50
Vernon Store 12.55
Arrive lirattleboro 1.20
Leave .
nrattleboro, Root's Pharmacy . 4.00
Vernon Store 4 20
Central Park 4.30
South Vernon, E. It. Ruffum's
Store 4.43
East Northfleld, C. P. Ruffum's
Store 4.50
Arrive Northfle'd 5.00
Order Rook at Root's Pharmacy,
" lirattleboro, Vt.
ARTHUR IA'MAN Nortliflcld. Mass.
Telephone t!4-a
Lovell & Telf er
. . .
Brattleboro's Oldest Reliable
Hardware Store
B. & S. Toolmakers'
Calipers and Dividers
Quirk adjustment Positive in action
Dependablo tools of all kinds. '
Paints, Varnishes, Stains
Steel Wool for removing old paint -and
cleaning kitchen ware
Brushes for dairy work.
Butcher, Bread and Kitchen Knives.
LOVELL & TELFER
110 MAIN STREET
SATISFACTORY SERVICE
FRANK A. SNOW
Violin Teacher .
Call TeL 676-M 10 Putney Road
AUTOMOBILE SERVICE
RTJIT OIT EASTERN STANDARD TIKS
TOWXSIIEXD TO BRATTLEBORO
AND RETURN
DAILY EXCEPT STJHDAt
Leave
Townsheod. Cha' Stort,
Newfano Inn.
Williaranvill Sutloo.
West Diitnnoertrn Store.
Arrive RrmuUhcro.
Leave
Brattleboro, Soot Ihar
macjr. West DuiDmeraton Store.
WiliiamsTilU Station.
Newface Inn.
Arrive Townsbrnd.
Order book at Root's Pharmacy, BrattUbarrx.
I. S. SATRE, Townshend, Vt.
Telephone Newfane, 31-3L
lttTrlf MTrtt
6.15 a.m. 11.30 a.m.
ft.Wa.m :i.S0a.m.
6.50 a.m. 12.05 p.m.
7.05 a.m. 12.29 p-tn.
7.25 a.m. li.49 p ii.
to a summer residence near his birth
plaee at 50, and blgan to lo things.
His house is a modest dwelling on a
side lane loading off Main street. His
orchards are several miles beyond, over
new bridges and roads which make their
way up four bills f JMKl-foot elevation.
When Mr. Dascomb first looked over
the bills he saw nothing to recommend
the spot but the view of the valley, ac
cording to native farmers. On ench
bill was a farm, but they were having
a hard time to hold on to the rocks, and
no neighbors were beyond. The best
land Wits only poor pasture.
Mr. Dascomb started with dynamite.
and he brought up the apple saplings
close behind the powder keg. From the
first planting the trees were laid out
under the surveyor's eye, as regular as
a checkerboard. Between the rows there
was enough space to drive a motor truck,
and the field was made smooth enough
to do this with comfort.
This summer the last of eight of the
1."0 acres were clenred. with V. II.
Vanderbilt of I'eabody in charge. Mr.
Vanderbilt used a ton of powder a week.
In one day he set off a half-ton of ex
plosives, stripped off the growth from
a half acre with a flash, and then for
the benelit of a crowd of men and wo
men, who came by automobile and on
horseback from the valley for the sicc
tacle. ran a 12(M foot ditch down the
field by the pressing of a button.
The four farms which Mr. Dascomb
found on the tract he named Hillside,
l'.rookside. Midway and Fairview. He
took the old buildings with their pegged
rooiirees. painieo mem. poiisnea inem.
installed electricity, telephones. city
undisturbed the colonial lines and the
flintlock muskets, which still hang over
side ovens. Here live Mr. DascombVj
men.
His superintendent is ,T. "XV. Collins.
Mrs. Collins is listed on the payroll a
nu auditor. Stanley M. Fullam, the
foreman, is the grafting expert. Mrs.
Fullam assists him. With them is a
permanent staff of 30 others, all apple
men. who have no work except in con
nection with apples, equipment and
machinery.
No Apples Allowed to Fall
The trees are watched like a patient
in a hospital and with each goes a card
n which its history is nted. The
life of the present orchard will probably
reach' years. The first tree was
planted in V.U'J.
Some of the trees have been attacked
by rodents, and Mr. Collins escorts visitor-:
first to one of the flourishing trees
of the orchard which was saved by a
delicate surgical operation known as
bridge graft.
A ready this year Mr. Collins tins
sprayed the whole orchard five times,
and at the first appearance of a prst
tht spraying brigade is manned and
rushed to the swt.
The only cultivation is n small area
arouixl the trees which has been worked
with a hoe. and the only fertilizer is the
hav between the trees, which is cut and
spread and left to rot.
As soon as the. apples become nearly
rip a watch is set. No apple is allowed
to full from the tree if it can be caught.
When the seeds are black the apple rank
becomes a small-sized cantonment of ap
ple pickers. '
Vehicles are run down between apple
trees, and men, equipped with 'hooked
poles, reach up for the fruit and bring
each apple down individually without
bruising the skin. They are then carried
carefully to the sorting machines, where
they are classified, wrapped in paper,
placed in special cartons, and sent to
customers. The fruit is high grade and
the wrapper is nionogrammed.
For Those Who Do the Work
This summer Mr. Dascomb began a
storehouse for apples. It was planned
for lliHI, but. it was delaved. until after
the war. The storehouse, built according
to a new plan, will keep apples through
the winter.
During the winter Mr. Dascomb leaves
his place in the hands of Mr. Collins
nnd Mr. Fullam and returns with Mrs.
Dascomh to Chicago. The men put in
the winter trimming and pruning trees
and caring for the stored apples.
Mr. Dascomb has made- a hardscrabble
farm into a showplace on the hillsides of
Vermont. He believes he can make it a
success. Tn Westminster they say he
turns everything lie handles into go!j. but
it will be some years before he will Im
able to make this proposition pay. Mrs.
Dascomb is as interested in the orchard
as be is.
When asked about the plans for the
orchard for it will be many years yet
before the slender bare trees get into
their prinn Mr. Dascomb said he
thought of his orchard only as a recrea
tion.
I am simply trying to build up this
orchard so that those who live and work
here may. own it themselves some day
lo these. men nnd women belong all the
credit for what you see here."
CLEAN-IT SQUAD AT FAIR.
9.15 a.m.
9.35 a.cu
9.55 a.m.
10.10 a.m.
13.25 a.m.
Coming for Purpose of Settling Claims of
Ex-Service Men.
The itinerary of the Veterans' Bureau
clean-up squad for this section of the
state is as follows : Sept. 12-23,- Ludlow
Grange fair: Sept. 21-2(1, Bellows Falls;
Sept. 27-2S. Brattleboro Vallev fair: Sept.
2!, Woodstock county" fair; Sept. SOOt.
1. Randolph Legion rooms; Oct. 3-0,
White River Junction titate fair.
4VflSrall claims of ex-service men against the
. t . . . .
S'ni i iiim ui auu uy r.:i. iv ix t-xpecieu
that the state will have been well covered.
However, after that date the squad will
visit any section that .has not been eared
for. It will stay on the job until it is
finished. i
J5p.m.
4.55 p.m.
5. it vm
A
Century
of
ervice
Organized 1821
Better Equipped Than Ever Before
to Serve the Public
Vermont National Bank
SAFETY STRENGTH SERVICE
We offer a small block of a very
high grade industrial security at a price
to net 7.
It will be of interest to the conserv
ative investor.
Full information on request.
VERMONT INVESTMENT
CORPORATION
Room No. 1, American Bldg., Brattleboro, Vt.
Telephone 55
0
Your affairs here are a
"SEALED BOOK"
TTT is a fixed policy of
this institution and
strictly adhered to, that
private matters arc
never disclosed.
Peoples National Bank
BRATTLEBORO. VT.
o
to
More Safe Deposit
Boxes
The Brattleboro Trust Co. has installed in its Fire
and Burglar Proof Vault 100 new boxes. Each box is
fitted to slide into a steel compartment and every box is
fitted with its own key and the key is given to the one who "
rents the box. ; You can keep your valuable papers in this
box and you alone will have access to the box anytime
during' banking hours. Your papers will be where you
know where they are and will be safe from fire and
burglars. , V
These boxes are to be rented at
shall be pleased to show them, to you.
$2.00 per year. We
Brattleboro Trust Co.
MEMBER AMERICAN. BANKERS' ASSOCIATION

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