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r, . - THE BRATTLEBOKO D An,Y-KEEOR3IElt SATURDAY, JPECEMDEPv IT, 1921.
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS 5 cent a line first Insertion: 2J4 ccnU a line each subsequent Insertion. Cash in Advance. Minimum Charge, 20 cents. WANTED. WANTED Odd j -bs. Tel. "WANTED KAW FURS C. L, cot m. 234 tf FOR SALE. FOR SALE Good right. Tel. SOG-X. Howe. FOR SALE- 2:i2-tL Reach St. Tel. G2t-Y " WANTED Hemlock Park on West FOR SAL1 Horse, t:.; i k A. B. Stark. Jamaica. t. ! C omJort sleigh, lei. 1 V 1 V V I At - fire wood. price 239-25S Two-tenement house. 12 j2f.-Y. liOOt f tun . : . ;. .mll.. ! r f. i fi. sriri t eKvss hSHS'-Hlrei.il t13r.1l ft 4 A VI Jt U it a of m a tf:5 ? , 1 Mi P FT. 1.13 t-sS .";r -nWI PSiffl HOUSE GAMBLERS Loyell & Telf er harness 324-15. -rr and 241 Old Tel. WANTED To buy few young Pr,tr U pMPiiaar. So. ernon, Mass 7-13. 24i-'iS I .m, SALT- Vnrwl SP Tier cord. beef, i 17-21. Frank Seers, Vernon , t. Tel.! roi SALE Furniture and ranges 244-2W'Eew an(1 second-hand, at J- B. Dunton's. WANTED Housekeeper for man wiihj j-olt SALE Drv hard wood, chunks two small children; Address Bos. S3, c-o or 8T,lit E Bj father, Tel. 13-5. 174-tf Reformer Office. "pQR SALE Fresh ground beef scraps ""WANTED l.CHK) fowls, 2oe. a pound d h AV V Richardson Co. 214-tf nu cara, .a. waa, . -rnn-eTTr-.;;rT live weieht. Send 283, P.rattleboro. WANTED Housekeeper for family of iM.tf FOR SALE Four-it. wood to order. U. J. reiKins c; oon. two in keeper," the country. care Reformer. Address "House- - - ilT.'Mfl FOR SALE or pawed Tel. 0-22. 243-tf Drattlcboro's Oldest Reliable Hardware Store Brattleboro, Vermont Useful Gifts Please the User Officers Reported to Found Cards and Real WANTED Fro or Jersey cows. Westmin-ter. Tel h or near bv Guernsey i A C. Fa.rncs, West. Putney 1.V23. 241-240 WANTED lady wishes no children. A middle aged American a nosition as housekeeper, Address B. M., 43 Clark St. 241-240 W ANTED A middle aged woman as housekeeper in family of three Good home rather than high wages. nte X c-o Re for me rj Dice. 214 -4 -4S WANTED Man to sell our guaran teed trees and shrubs. Spare or full tune. Good pav. For particulars address F. J. Rippin. 'Manager. Manchester. Conn 235. 41. 4, .)3. Two white enameled iron cribs with mattress. Mrs. L. II. isarber. 23!)-tf FOR SALE Dressed chickens and fowls for Christmas. Order early. Tel.. o24-15. 2 4T-2r,2 FOR SALE Hard, dry wood, split or chunks. II. N. Newcoiub, Guilford. Vt. Tel. 17-1 o. ri!!:r.T0 FOR SALE Oirls clothes, 14 years; sio habv's christening cloak, $4. toady, Pepporell, Mass. 2 14-2 W Tlie new Universal Electric Iron has arrived the shape is dif ferent the switch is different, right where your thumb can reach it without the bother of rm5:m nut the rtlug and wires at the same time. I'd like show it to you. , to I FOR SALE Christmas oik sizes. XV'S L. Walker , boro Jl'el. jUUKXI. i FOR SALE- ' price trees of van West Pratt h- ;t di and Maple per cord. F. E, WANTED Man or woman, salary J?3U f.,11 tmiv 77c. an hour spare time, selling minranteed hosiery to wearer. Exporieno,, unnecessary, lnt w.ioil; ;am-2t!-tf rr.ati'-inal Hosiery Mills. -Rest quality maple syrup. 11. i... ; 230-tf : F.ox 23."), S'orristown, Fa. 17 -, SPECIAL NOTICES. O T. DODGE, Upholsterer, 11 Spruce St., Tel. 304-11. l0-t MR. F.URDANA now has club rooms fr.r the Archery Club at 40 ClaiK M. KRT'STOFF keeps rust off. Co. make. W. J. I'entland sells Stovink Krust.'iT. 215 2.V) Dr. Wild- to 12 nnl 24j-270i CHIROPODIST Dr. F.riggs at Dr. F.ailevs' othce, 2()7 I'.arber block, 'plume GUO. " Resid-mee 430-J. lS2-tf ""FEATHERWEIGHT Arch Supports, made to individual impression. er, Ullery Building. Hours i) "BARGAINS IN MAGAZINES Most favorable terms on single subscriptions or ni,,K Ssoml fnr hooklet. V,"T-1,VC 1-tf FOR SALE-Green 4-foot wood. elJUT ,. -i, f per cord; stove length. 59.30; split. $11. Mli.-t-rarr nnv iaMuS ",ua, , . ( d now f,,r wjnt,,r delivery. I). II. Wright. Tel. 13-2. 23fi-tf FOR Bee rid ?12 lili ll. I I. J I L-I-' FOR SALE soft and cake sugar upon order Millington. Tel. fs.3-R. F( Hi SALE 1020 Ford touring car. self starter, all in good condition. S. A. Smith. Tel. 34-W or 32."). 2H'.-2:7 FOR SALE Five nice, fat Fheep and lambs. One express sleigh and one store glass cabinet. I'hone GT7-M. 23"-tf F77lf SALE Hard.- dry vTTl. 4-foot sawed We guarantee 1 please. Caned v Bros., li. It. ... lUiit t i !ro. 2 10-2C. I ! ok SALE Two two-hore sleds t s reciallv atattod for null and street work 1-2 horse traverse sled. 11. J. Sar.:eai:t. Ilir-sdale, N. 1L 2i4-2:'.-. FOR-SALE We still have a few nice bronze turkeys left for a Christmas din ner. Please order soon. W. S. Re;- terlev. Tel. 307-W. FOR SALE iiver a nice lot Other Universal good in stock such as heaters, grills, toasters and bottles. All sizes and kinds of bottles and the tillers to go with 'cm pints, quarts, food jars, etc. Steel unbreakable bot tles in pints, quarts, two quarts, and the new unbreakable steel food jars. Universal Bread Maker, two sizes; food choppers, percolators and tea pots. Money ISSUE WARRANT No Further Action Expected Until Re turn of ' State's Attorney About Demi Men Found In Card Room r Famous Hostelry Machine Seized. WHITE RIVER JUNCTION, Dec. 17 ermoii National Bank -T! Hi:!! Havel Consider the following list when looking tor PRACTICAL, PRESEXTS AMERICAN WY SAWS Uisston Standard. CARVING SETS Always acceptable. FAMILY SCALES Settles disputes. THERMOS BOTTLES Makes drink enjoyable. FOR PROPRIETOR HIXEK s s anUi SAD IRON SETS Irons our Life's Wrinkles. . ' COLEMAN LANTERNS Lightens life's pathway. . TOOL ASSORTMENT Saves repair, hills. 1 COLEMAN LAMPS Brightens the home. FLASHLIGHTS Friend in an cmer- SCISSORS When you feel like "Cut ting nn." SKATES Developing gracefulness. SKIS Splendid Speedsters. SNOWSIIOES When snow is heavy and crusts are scarce. HAMMERS To drive home the points. HATCHETS Cross between an Axe and Hammer. RAZORS Aids to respectability. JACKN1VES Thought producers. Ol R CHRISTMAS OFFERINGS 1 re priced very reasonably are of good ,.,iitv ami we would appreciate your iersosial inspection. Junction lie a- known far and iv tourists fiTid c.iinnicrciai naeieis !ei es additional publicity by the serv .g f a warrant by Deputy SiicriiT Huff ai! !!;)o:! Proprietor Nathaniel P. Whee all ;;!;!.; that !;a!iibiing has been con- l;-!e:! In the i"'; t ! r . s a 1 ;:k1 ie w io:e v aim a Christmas Money There's nothing like being sure You WILL be SURE to have money for Christmas if you enroll ii our Thi.' action fol 11 pia; ing 1 ards v!;e"" ma. ne wen , l.tii ti'.'i: i ! y .1 . very Si'.erilTs ;;s Main Autostrcp Safety TEL SS 33 Main j Razors 30-Dey Frre TriaL j US!; lit ! a ro Carl A. Mitchell UNDERTAKER L;dy Atteadant ISO Mam Street Telephone HH1-W or S?, U P ti. ' IT l! e ,1 ! ' e 143-247 -We are now ready to d of strictly dry slab wo.--4. Also mixed cord wood aved stove lengtii. Holden & Martin Lumber Co. loVtf now tc thviilis. mants. i-.xoerience unuei- essar'y. Weekly check. Prices reduced. Genesee Nurseries. Rochester. N. Y. 217" FRENCH DRY CLEANING, gloves cleaned, dyeing, pressing. Satisfaction guaranteed. Jer.'.iey & Parmenter, 71 El liot St. Telephone connection. 217-2.-.2 1-3-0 3 wks. " CHIROPRACTICDr. Otto Rysse at rr C. V. Lane's office. 42 Elliot street. to Brattleboro Monday and Thursday MONDAY To arcommod.ite school children. Leave South Newfane IJ.I5 a. ni. Leave Williams i!!e .3l a. m. Le:ive West Dummr rston .... 7.05 a. in. Vrrive Br:ittlebcro H.00 a. in. Return Leave Brattleboro :5 p. ni. ' Pop 1 pu' 1-1 ti ! It. p a', a el ter Pi V i t.. ;!. . -V'.rJ: 1 i.-a li:e? V e; :! the hoi utr'iing i is faid. out y. I In ' ! i i : s i Hi len.pt 1; ahe. ihcers mad i:i tl.e a:vl perlor.-. i: " Furmun.' y H,.'i:'n;i:l roi::-!i tie :i- . it t f nll 1 tanie of Wilde; ( ieefe o up. Ill tin t. about !(.. I.d. it 1- alleue.!. l 1 engaged in t-aid p!a !n i s in ing. The otli a'liered in a fa ir--i.et i-Mia 1 bv An'.; ho ';,'oopeii i!o 1 of B uiii'ae.; A') he nig can!- and a tie ;l mt!;. ke" r,aohlu - iii;e v. it li the out a t i r.s-.i-ro.'ie wliie ti.e hotel of t host adjoiiie. oiil'ietei i ra i: "i l-ei:,.r ;" o"K - t ! e , !;u ic.ii-.- : lUll'ri.'.! Mil ) til !i-orial depart men' e.ime throtn:!! th i-iiinii a nto.ne! who had bee :. D.-jmty Huff i -r ::i eliief of th t 1 ! 1'' t: 1 'oil' p ... t pi i: !1 1 Ota .eh tin to tie shoppers. room ALE Bungalow of seven 4 acres ot land in ernon, also 2 bed steads, sprin'es, mattress, bureau, to: 1 i:'.ode. Mrs. Edward Tomb. ."7 Washin-:- ton St.. brattleboro. 212-257 FOR SALE Warm army overcoats S2.50 ; woolen gloves 10c; assorted col ored rags for rugs; new colored c.alir-. ueiepaoutj mi.-. ou.tr j;,;;c,-,n Tuesdav, Wednesday, Friday, 2-u. t-S p. m. --t-ii. razy tpiilts." Hour bag full SI postpaid, i Supplv Co., Chorea. ?h.. ' ' 'f THURSDAY For (Leave South Newfane .... Leave Williamsville -. i Leave West Dununerston . . t Arrive RrattlelKiro I Jtrtnn: Leave Bi at ileboi o j Will do errands and carry express. I E. J. DODGE ; P! ;r.e Scuth Newfane 2:.-2. ! I'.rattlehoro. Uhise's Stable. 83-W i SMi) a. ni. S.15 a. 111. .s.ro a. 111. 0.45 a. m. 4 p. in. Fire Insurance Notice S-u: liing new in f iv h-.-s pi nt 'i t ion i tn'.etl by th. Fil e I !..-,H' 1 lit e Mi.t'ial Fire ! i'.iu-ii; a an " t n 1 t t 1: Ifr- 24." a 147 i in v ! FOR SALE Choice No. 1 Bak at 1.."'0 per hundred los. Gran dm s Stock Food. 1.7o per II: -?33 ton. l-'ar;. v Rrea.l Hour 1-S sack si. la: Fancy 1'astry ;!o:tr, 1-8 sack, 1. Brattleboro Grain C. 241; f ANYBODY WISHING a Christmas tee, drop me a card as I will arrive Mon day night with 200 as good trees as ever landed in Brattleboro. "nappy" Atkins, express and jobber. 238-2u3 MAGAZINES AT LOWEST PRICES FOR SALE AT AFTON FARM, two Write me about what magazines you nice male Airedale pups left of that blaei; want for the coming year. I can get them hacked litter sired by brother of President for you at money saving prices. Mrs. G. Harding's Airedale. Sold three 01 thc;a M. Love, Magazine Specialist, South New- ia Dratt'.'ooro, one in Bt Haws Falls. s2j fane. Vt. 1-tf each. Some good younger ones for .!." lowest prices, line, direct to SELL HOSIERY at manufacturer's complete home and family. nired. Samples submitted without charge ; Part time acceptable. Joseph Bros.. '.' Broadway, New York. 247 CHRISTMAS GIFT1IAgTZINE OR DERS anil new- and renewed subscrip tions to begin January 1, 1022, will be received during this month. Write for prices. Mrs. G. M. Love. Magazine Spe cialist, SouthNewfane, Vt. 210-21 CLERKS. for" postal-mail "and first-, grade positions: $125 monthly. Ex perience unnecessary. For free partic-' ulars of examinations, write R. Terry ( former civil service examiner!, 1 "." Con-, tinental Bldg., Washington, D. C. j 240-240 "RIDE TO F( TrTFNE W have "a plan to establish you in the mr.tor bus business in this territory. The greatest opportunity at hand today with capital easily raised by you anil yuir friends.; You can earn a net: profit of 0 per cent a year in addition to your salary. Your capital remains under your control. Write today for full particulars. The' Commerce Motor Car Co., Detroit. Mich.! 217 1-3-0 7t ami Vt. ?20. Tel. R. A. 341-2. Newton, Dummerst, if TO RENT. TO FEN 17 C St. 247-2." Christmas Dinner at THE NORTIIITI.LD East Northflcld. Mass. $1.50 Monday, December 2(5 Reservation of tables may now be m;;de. Tel. Narthlleld II. Ambert ti. M.wdy. Manager E. Everett Mart hi. Ass't Manager 1 i it !; und to ti: i).:t fi ! 1!-. i P. gini 1 a '. to r. - 'See, I.eys ; Il.-to b. Z t -t r:::s til F er ac : " .: d ;! make 'l'o' in- expects '; !. 1 to con:! -ks for the .' : v lipo I tl b nr.al h- tn !!. truces to may h. mi l'.iiauni tigur'1 way of ig insti- Vr!uo!it M'tttial r... tin l'ni:)fi s -arattct 'o.. t le ual Fire Inur-:.- I'ranite Mutual 'o., which is benefit !:oi only ' ; tuinit .', above san'ifactarer r.til :;.. with the'll. . R.-iyaoud W. perowl V;si! nir-tl:' iu-ur- S U!Mt cit!:i- or i;rt i:az- laieendat wiii tal.e un cle the t.l-k -ojiera t ion of 1 c:i'i. It is 1'! hod the an il tie iti many 1 rum soeii t I . i s II, 111 lire, t l:e;'i 1 I card room and the cue artist did as re-iC-sted. The rot was easy for the olfi ers. They entered the room where it is laiiued .nearly a dozen men were engaged n can I playing or watching others piay- ; 11! There were, it is understood, a number' f acute attacks of suspended animation is the officers gathered in honest -to-gootl-.; money from the table, the paste-: ioard ami the machine which tin law . !. .-lares' is used in a game of chance. I pon complaint of a citizen of Hart "01 d. a warrant was issued for the arre.-l Than' Wheeler, as the proprietor ot Junction House is familiarly known quills ot soap and salve sa'.e-men -1 ores of to'iii.-ts who break the . 1 .. .....,. journey in summer who a sioi-oci lien or lunch on the way from the Berk- hires to Brctton uooils. st-.t.-'s Attorney G. C. llowland Winibnr is in Monttielier and it is utitler- t..,.i tl.-t farther action will await ,.t.... It lois. b,.,.n in.licated th.at .and in the card room will be called to ppear in court. fm!"t A. G. Whitham stated -,t in. official notice ofthe raid to Ins attention as nresiuins juok- Windsor County Municipal court. t ao'i- .1 t. his those yesterday has lANni I It's no trouble Christmas, to join. 1 I 1 1 You will not j The first depos- I rniss the small I it makes you a ' amounts you pay I member. A g in weekly. I Join the crowd - j You get back that's joining. every . cent you i I pay in, with in- Join yourself - yrj . let the family join. B c, I Call, phone or Save the pen- R 1 . , nies, nickels, and wnte for u11 Par" dimes. j ticulars. ollll 1 th VERMONT NEWS. Secretary of State Black will make a Mong endeavor to find out where "rum miners" on the b..nler are getting their enuout iinmb.-r plates ami make it as 1 v.l :)s p.sMhlo for tb'in in the future J ,,,-.. ib..n. tlis ' !iisiMctors now are running down the cases, which have come ,t light in arrests jut mad.' at St. AI b.in and vicinity. A LITTLE EVERY WEEK a Vermont National Ban! n to . a !Vrf Ethan Alien is being cons; tiered as ;i location for the National (.uar.l, . c:-nu. next ssuiimer in ca-e a camp is lo 'tl. and is in fact the camp favored j bv Adjutant General II. T. Johnson andjj o'.i'c. rs' ..f the Ft Vermont regiment. Noiiiiicr wiii be known certainly about ij tlie cainp until next February or March, j 5 n tin policy of the war department on , National Guard summer can.p is not j j d .finitely known yet. I j T") KEN' Tel. S21V. 1 a. space, Birge Sr. 243 -tf ; T! !!e;.:e:it at 2 W.-t S "io TtKNT Tel. LH-R. To RENT Furni.vhed room. V. Orant. 4-" Canal street. TO RENT Furnished room centrally; located, heat, light and bath. Tel. ."3-N. 21 3-24 S .244 24! 1 Mrs. r.i 24t;-i f ! TO RENT niture. Joel Tel. 210. -Dry sf M. Ste irage arns, room f. . 13 Fh tur- . S ' . :n-'f '1 1 KENT I'urni.-hed front room. i;-t of batb. electric lights. Man iirefcrred 'fel. :::--M. 242-2li TO RENT I'm ne gle or double front 1! MarllKU-o Ave. hed ami heat, roams facing -out i 2l; i . TO PENT I-"io-room apart n ino'lern iitiprovi incnls, steani hvat. A.d drr'ss Ap-artment c-o Peforincr. 2tlti' Dressmaking- Dresses beaded and braided a specialty. Reasonable price and satisfaction guaranteed. MRS. PAULINE WILSON r School St. Tel. 791-R Fur Work Mrs. "M. A. Nilsen will he at Mr. Carl Mitchell's on Main street . Tuesday, the 20th, to give estimation on all kinds of furwork. TO RE NT keeping, tliret Auto Painting I have leased the paint shop at the Roberts Auto Co. on Elm St and am prepared to do all kinds of auto and carriage painting. Let me give you a price. E. E. GGBIE Tel. 137-W What Kind ok a battery Would 5eil II? Weald it h.i a cheap battery hat the mr.-.vifacturcrs wouldn't iuMjiumm'iuuii' "'iitm.n.j Suitable for light houe- on nee! i mr 11 11 f 11 riiish".! rooms, use ot nam room. near. light ami eas 1 urnisueil. li'i ot locution. let. : 240-217 TO RENT Large, well lighted rooni. steam heat, running water, fine view, in American building. Suitable for living quarters or office. Rent very reasonable. 'Phone 721 or ."2i-W. Iloltein-Friesia a Association. 24."-247 Ladies' and Gentlemen's Clothes CLEANED, PRESSED AND ALTERED Satisfaction Guarantee Prompt Service Brooks House Barber Flioo Which Costs More? To Have Insurance and To Have Insurance Not Need It OR Need Insurance Not Have It and Geo. M. Clay Ins General Bank Block ranee Agsney Brattleboro, Vt Stinehour s Auto Livery 7-passcnger closed car, ."O cents for one passenger; additional passengers 2." rents each, within the village limits. Tel. 3G -W or 22fi-M ' Look Lc&k Lock After ::.- years, my business en trance on Elliot street h.is been dis continued, and I have decided to relocate somewhere else. Will con tinue business in present location until Deceit. her 21. Mark-Down Sale Now On Or j Or r. s-'ls r.t i h::h-pr;ceci batter'- that r.o alter.-pt at economy? tx-ir.-.:, -.v.U built ix-ttcry th-t i 2 ar.ci tr.at gives inc Ivth lionor sci'-are within a ween t m:;dc bv ( ustoms Heputy o. .1. s of R'chford Timrstlay when Ji i-h.d the suit !. id a young man on i.o tif..v.l tr.iin :i:itrf.)Utul 12 uart of forbid. leu beverage. Tin offender was; il ombr arrest ami given a hearing" re I'nitetl State t 'omotissioner '. D. V." at son in the' evening. He was allowed j t sro after he had furnished bail h ap-! I. a r for trial at the next term of United) Si;ite court. His nam, th" a ut h.orities. litio b-o f i was withht-h! by Yerniont Investment Corporation. ri"'net N. N. . i .i r do' ut.. ; ':: s ci IT, : r.in terrvptcd s ervice ; dors the WilLurd WALTER II. HAIGIl Elliot Street Tiirradc J iiub'.. r rj.ittcry? E::p";"".cnc: h;'.". nroved our wisdom in choor.'.r.K tie: ViTard Battery with T:'re;.a-rl Rubb' r Insulation. C. in and we'll tell you how it . '.'J nave money Tor you. Harry D. Wilbur & Co. 47 Elm Stree- Open Evcnh'gs and Sundays. 1'dward La.wver of Richford was ar- . . . . . . t t .. 1!1 "t. -Ml'lins court Hl'lOlf .Illume 4'o-t Thursday afternoon ami p'.atietl guilty to transporting intoxiont g liipior contrary to law. lie was scn t .-m-ed to serve not l"ss than three nor i::n'.' than .six mouths in the stst" prison it Windsor and to pay all costs incurred by the state in his prosecution. The 1 :'.." p.t.-i rts of litnior which was seized was i-ilen :! forfeit etl ami destroyed and tin Packard touting car in which the l'npior was licing transported was ordered for feited to tl:e state. work by the Marshtield vol oomoanv and others prevented PIANO TUNING J. M. FERRY Tel. 1118-W. Husband and Wife CARL F. CAIN MERCHANT TAILOR 139 Main Street s - t . j vgTn: i My husband is training our five-yea r old son to be a I'lize ffg titer. O. . 2.1. What Does Your Husband Do? Copyright, 1921, George Matt!-ew Adams FJRE and LIFE Insurance Strong, Reliable Companies Sanford A. Daniels Crcsby Block, Erattleboro WSlMfffl Effect it uiiicer tire :t heavy lire It ss in that village Wednes il iv wlien liai'ies broke out. in the Lamber- t"ti Mock and at one tune seemed likely; t destroy that building and much neigh-; b ring property, including the creamery. the Carver residence now owned by A. R-' Cole. Folsom's shop ami the dwelling house o f Frank White. The firemen kept the flames confined to the Lamberton ; building ami the damage is not expected to exceed ."'7""0. Investment Securities List of Current Offerings Furnished on Application Phone 55 Room 1 , American Building Brattleboro, Vt. fies Mi -s Ruby M. Tuthill. w ho lias been in charge of the . work' of the Y.'uiont teach ers' registration bureau in IttirlinutoMi since it was established in January. 1!20. under the direction of the office of tate supervisor of high schools, has resigned her position, to take etlect .inn. l. .nss Tuthill has accepted a position as otliee manager or a new nrancu, owce oi rue National Teachers' agency, to be estab lished in Northampton. Mass, She will take up her new duties about Jan. lo. i;22. There is a possibility that the Yer moiit registration bureau may be trans fcrretl from P.urlington to the office of the commissioner of education in Montpelier. I I I If $120,000 Those who cannot live ('Mafortab'y on tin ir p.resent income and! those whose only ' financial problem is t.?i have their principal last as long as thevj live, might well investigate the Annuity) plan, lull information on reoitest. .Na tional Lit- Ins. Oi. of Vt. (Muiu.il.) V. C. DINES, Special Agent, , Erattleboro. t. FRANK. A.;SNOW. . Violin Teacher " C:dl Tel. 676-M" 10 Putney Road ' PIANO TUNING EDWARD F. LEITZINGER Tel. SS8-M ATter 6 p. in.- NEW ISSUE TOWN OF SPRINGFIELD, VERMONT . 5 PER CENT REFUNDING BONDS Maturing serially to 1941 , Exen-.pt from taxation in Vermont. , ' Exempt from federal income tax. Legal investment for Vermont Savings Banks. WE 11VA ?01END THE.E ..BONDS FOR INVESTMENT r il 0RNBL0WER S: WEEKS 7 C-7S" 'Exchange Street, Portland, Maine " Telephone: Portland 5700 4 Nights Without Worry S-iid'i I feiiwt IS!-- i 1 ieli NIGHT brings no anxiety to those whose iewclry and other E" S -j"jh'.',ir' r-i"lrr- "KIm arc. sale in the a- 4 W vault of this hank. A small yearly rental gives you exclusive use oi your own private com partment. Don't run the risk of theft tonight rent jrour box TODAY. Peoples National Bant BRATTLEBORO I I w I 1 -- l,fl 0 QC30C3000CDO Z3 O CTTD O C3QC3Q CT3 O CQ f 1 if II, ! ! i If ! E t i 'I