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THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY REFORMER." TUESDAY, JUJsE 20. 1922.
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS G cents a line first insertion; 2 cents a line each subsequent insertion. Cash in Advance. Minimum Charge, 20 cents. WANTED. "VAXTT$ Waitress Cafe. at lloailley's iU-tf ""VANT Kl Washings to do Tel. f.24 .1. " -' . WANT F.U yer. C. K. -Experienced Bradley Corp. WANTED Man to Dr. liowen , I ra 1 1 Ieho r o. "VVAXTEI CiH for work. Address lox work Vt. at home. 04-! 0 raw- ;SS-tf ij-mtt- FOR SALE. FOll SALE Black" mare. Tel. band general lio use- care Reformer. il. tf WANTED Cottage, in or near Brat Mail all particulars. IV O. Box 43. WANTED Maid for office m. to T p. in. Apply XYZ, offife. S3-tf from 9 a. Keformer !)4-tf WANTED Competent maid for gen eral housework. Mrs. CJms. Harris, 1 North St. W A NT ED Position as cook, no house work. Address Box oS, West Dummer M.m. Vt. iCi-HHt FOli .,27-X. 'SALE Dry hard wood. Ft Hi poet St. SALE Vose piano. 1KMJT) Tel. 80-tf 102 Pros- Oo-'ll FUli SAl T!. r.'.i-x. ,E Simplex ironing machine ir tf FOll SALE Modern 5-room cottage house. Inquire U West St. tl.l-UiQ LOAM FOR SALE The Grant Gran ite Co., 24-26 So. Main St. 44-tf pair blinds Town fine t)2-tf touring ;j24-ir. car or WANTED Competent girl frr gen eral housework. Address Box O, Ke former Office. 84-tf W A NT ED-l'osition as companion or housekeeper for elderly gentleman. Ad dress S, Keformer office. .tf vXn1T:1) Position by boy almost 17. on farm, experienced, or in store. Ad dress Box '.Ml!, care Keformer. '..:n "wXNTElTTo exchange a new phon graph for a second hand piano. Address 15ox 89, Keforiner Office. 77-7S Mon.Tues.-tf WANTED Position by young woman with high school education. Good typist. Address Box 77, care Keformer Office. 83-tf WANTED First class barber at nni-o Ste.nlv iob. Salary and commis sion. F. J. Field, UMi Main St., N. -H. Keene. Jl2-17 WANTEI Position for summer by young man. Commercial teacher in a "hieh school. Address "Position," dire TJ former. ?li-tf WANTKfl Children to board. Good rnip. ntid a eood home guaranteed. I'rice .$r. Tel. 4(1-2. Mrs. Frank Deane, Ber lin rdston, Mass. LADY WtJULD LIKE a few boarder for the summer; fresh eggs, milk, cream fruit and fresh vegetables. A'.dres: A.-L. G., care Keformer: IC.-IOQ WANTED Manager for Vermont. Active agents in every town and city. Experience not necessary. Good pay. Fine opening for spare time work. The FraternitiesKichmond, Maine. i)l-lU2 "AGENTS WANTED We start you in the candymaking business at home, or small room anywhere, furnishing every thing and buy your candy. Men women. Big pay. Experience unnecessary Can- dymakers Co., Philadelphia. Pa. 9MMJ YVAXTKD At once a good reliable man to take the- local agency for th Grand Fnion Tea Co. of Rutland, Vt., in Brattleboro, Vt., and vicinity. A good established route is offered to the right man willing to put in whole time or part time on a strictly commission basis. For full information apply in - person or by letter to Mr. Leon V. Hewitt. Special Solicitor, at Hotel Billings, Bratth loro. Vt., or to Mr. 1. A. Brohan, Manager. 114 West St., Rutland, Vt. 04-!W, SPECIAL NOTICES?" F K SALE Sixteen condition 7 Cottage St, OIi s7flJFord truck. 191H model. Tel. FOR SALE Singer sfcwing machine in good condition. 14 Forest St. 82-tf FOR SALE Soft wood slabs, a load. Holden & Martin Lumber Co. l'J-tf and ranges, 15. Dunton's. self FOR SALE Furniture new and second-hand, at J FOR SALE 1019 starter, fine condition Touring Car, Tel. 324-13. 90-9.") FOR on Oak SALE Two Grove park. nice building lots John L. Howard. 00-tf FOR SALE Last block wood, $10 per cord delivered. Telephone your orders to 20S. 74-tf FOR SALE Seventv-iive acre timber lot. S. E. Bartlett, R. .". Iiox S, Brattle bo ro, Vt. 93-97 CASH PAID eon Market. tor- wool at the Ricbaedf. 72-tl Ciiir-S(-tf DR. BAILEY will reopen her ojmkI.v office Monday, June 2. PUBLIC CAR for livery, day or night E. H. Reed. Tel. 822 -J or o(U. 12-tl BOY almost 17 wishes position on farm, experienced ; or in store. Address B-x 909. ?U)7, R. E. ABBOTT, long or short automo bile tripa at reasonable prices. Tel. 171-W or 202. S4-tf CALL UP 44G-W for your paintinp and papering; all work guaranteed. Wall paper. William Shaw, 41 Maple St. 58-tf MASON Ai7RK71iiTlding and cleaning chimneys a specialty. I do out-of-town work. E. J. Cavanaugh, 188 Elliot St 'Phone 209-.I. 93-tf BARGAINS IN MAGAZINES Most favorable terms on single subscriptions or on reduced club rates. Send for booklet. Urattleboro News Co. 1-tf "PERcXlTfJ REMNANTS Light eol ors, assorted patterns, 3-lb. bundle, about 16 yards. $1.73. Mrs. Walter Scott, 171 So. Lincoln street, Keene, X. II. uS-tf fAGXZINE"TL6rESTi'iriCES Write me about what magazines you want for the coming year. I can get them for you at money saving prices. Mr. G. M. Love. Magazine Specialist. South Newfane, Vt. 1-t f NOW IS THE TIME to purchase La-Lo Animal Spray. La-Lo is the most efficient and economical preparation on the market. It is endorsed by the leading agricultural colleges and dairymen of the country. You can't afford to he without it. Crosby Grain Store. JTel. l..3.9 i-W SANDERS' BEAUTY SHOP, Room 1(5, Crosby Block. Swedish scalp treat ment a specialty. Manicuring, shampoo ing, hair dressing, marcel waving, facial massage. Hours 9 to 12 and 1 to 3. Mondays and Thursdays 7 to 9 p. m. and by appointment. Tel. N09-1. - 40-ti LOST. LOST Lower part of Moore's self filling fountain pen, also gold Congrega tional Sunday' school pin. Finder please leave at J. E. Mann's. Reward. 93-97 FOR SALE My Eight-Room Fdrnished Cottage at Lake Spofford, Known as Camp Idlewilde Two stone fireplaces, sleeping porch, commodious piazza. One hundred feet lake front with' excellent sand beach. Grounds surrounded by a stone wall, making it an excellent place for children. Two garages Accommodating three cars. Excellent boating, fishing and hunting. Within one-half i. mile of Pine - Grove Springs Hotel where there is an ideal golf course. ; "- . Inquire of DR. E. K. LYNCH, Brattleboro, Vt. Saddle Horses for Hire BROOKS HOUSE STABLE (K. Lu Brooks, Prop.) Competent Instructor I 'bones Stable S00 R. L. Brooks 53-X Instructor 6-M Dry hard wood, split or Newcomb, Guilford, Vt. 1-tf FOR SALE ehunks. II. N tel. FORSALE One good i low m ice. Tel. 4G-2 or lNl'utney, Vt. " FOR SALE Four swarms Italian bees. Address I. O. Brattleboro. Vt. work write horse at Box No. 93-93 i heavy 304, of Box 93-! 8 FOR SALE Few hay, also some good (rk.Jl'HL FOR SALE L. C. Smith ivriter. Perfect condition. Pratt Ins. Agency. HmisTLEHemlock and" 2 x4 2 x ( rough boards and f. E. Gale, Tel. 3U2-W. tons of good horse ha veil oats. II. G. 93-91, No. S tvjK' Walter S. 94-tf tnut che jila nks. 90-101 FOR SALE Good 3-burner i'erfec .ion oil stove with oven. Also 2 -burner jas plate. Telephone 73-X. FOR SALE Thirteen White Leghorn vearling hens, good layers; also one hen- 'louse 3' .; x ,s. lrj Prospect St. !)3-!7 FOR SALE Lumber, dimension tim ber, board and shingles. Sawing and planing. B. L. Perry, R. 3, Brattleboro. 04-tf Tel. Foil SALE Hid modern. P. O. Box 31. Brattleboro. a. m. FOR SALE Cottage house at 157 St. All modern improvements. m x 20S. All garden. Call tr 'phone 1n4-Y FOR" "SALE Two-seated Democrat wagon, one new top Concord wagon ; also dx Rood lieavv trucks. R. B. LongstatT Stable. 134 Elliot St. Tel. S315-M. 93-'..'S FOB SAf7l-: l!t20 Ford touring car in !irst class condition; three new tires, one Seven-room house, inw )ig garage with garden. 7J7-.I at 93-1 00 i l'ine Lot kind-s of fruit and large 54 tf tire run only 10 miles. Al! V bargain while it last: High St. ready for use. Inquire S4 93-97 FOR SALE 191S Ford tourimg car. thoroughly overha uleil, newly painted, f oily eniijieTl. l'a1) Le seen at Voting's Garage. C. II. tJabree. Brooks House Barber Shop. 'Phone 8404. 93 93 F(R SALE One hay tedder, concord carriage, one horse lumber wagon, ex press wagon, new two-horse sled, trav erse express sleigh, one horse plough. Henry Gilfeather, Putney Road, Tel. 273-W. !M93 FOR SALE Brown mare. 3 years Id, black mare, 12 years old, good work r, llUO lbs., also riding cultivator with dvot axle, mowing machine, five ft. cut, 'irst class ordr. YV. W. Holbrook, Town diend.Vt. TeLJVI-l 2 Newfane. !4-'.i7 FOR SALE Ford seaan less than a vear old. Guaranteed in first class con dition. Equipped with Alemite greasing system, carburetor control, dash light, pare tire, aluminum radiator cap and -notor meter. Cash only. Inquire of E. tl. Crane. Vermont Printing Co. 61-tf FOR SALE HORSES I have got on hand today 23 head ; several good chunks l.",(M) to 1700 in pairs., and singles, lo teelimated 1130 to 1330; all good young horses. If you are in the market, get my prices. , You won't look any further. Collars and harnesses. One- and 2-horse wagons. M. J. Tetreault, Greenfield, Njass. ! 1-9U Ft R SA LE" 1 1 RS ES J ust a rri vd 30 horses from Towa. Have 3 pair blacks 2t;o. 2900, 33.0; (5 pair bars and browns 2tM)0, 32tM. 3230. ;::iM. 33Kt, 30OO; pair roans 3273; jiair chestnuts 3300; pair rays 3.",r0. Balance of load single horses :'rom 130U to ;K. The horses ;ire r.U v-ung, sound, right out of work in the West and ready for work in the East. Guilford & Wood Horse Co., Shelburr.e Kails, Mass. Tel. 19-3. 93! is TO RENT. J'OJIENT Room. TO RENT RoomT 13 GjreenSt.93-tf 14Forest St. 82-tf TO RENT Room at 7 Linden St. 77-tf Court. 91- TO RENT Rooms. 7 Eels TO RENT-117-M. TO KENT Garage Tel. 2S7-M. T ) R f7NT Fu rn i s hed aide price. (54 High St. TO man f Four-room tenement. Tel. 77-tf at 11 l'ine St. 94-99 room, reason-93-tf gentle-!M)-tf TO for liKht IiENT Room with Ixmrd. preferred. Tel. 1013-M. TO RENT Double room .suitable for man and wife. Mrs. C. V. Grant. 12 Canal St. 91-tf RENT Two furnished rooms, not housekeepine. Mrs. Thomas AN inn. . Llm St. 87-ti" TO . RENT Excellent garage space for two cars terms $4 per month" each, in advance 7 J VttageSt..' Town.' 92 tf TO RENT Furnished heated rooms with bath, -two minutes from railroad sta tion. -No .light housekeeping.' HMione 731-M". -. ' ): (; TtT" I E NT Fu riibThed front room i": i The Abbott, steam heat, electric lights, bath, eontrmious hot water, fireplace and porch. Tel. Otil-M. 93-tf Brattleboro to Springfield, Mass. Freight and Express By Truck II. II. BURKINGTON. Tel. 59-M. You Don t Want Gray Hair And Yon Cannot -Have Gray or Streaked Hair Yon Use 1907 Hair Tonic W. 11. BOND, 51 Main Street 1 rr.vt istn rn7a When you paint paint right Give your painting con tractor a chance to use good, honest varnish, en amel and paint. It pays. BREINIG BROTHERS' Varnishes, Enamels and Paints are backed by the quality ideals of three generations of paint and varnish makers. CHAS. F. M&tm 38 Main TEX. 38 38 Main NORTIIFIEL1), 3IASS. Rrigade Completes 15 Years' Work The Hoy's Brigade has completed 13 years of work, and W. C. Roberts has been its faithful director and the trusted counsellor of the boys. On Fri day evening the Brigade competed iu military drill with a . picked team of J3 Boston Cadets. Sgt. Long of Bos ton won first prize, Corp. E. Irish of of Xorthheld third. Linwood Bryant Norlhfield second, Pvt. -Royal Bryant j received honorable mention. The boys ; who had attended either company but one year drilled down and Jack Lake of Boston received .the prize. Brigade boys receiving prizes "in ride marksmanship were A. IXigar, (i. Sheldon j G. (iordon. L. Bryant, A. Doolittle. II. Bristol. Mr. Roberta also presented silver service medals to boys who had lot) per cent attendance the past year. There were 20 whot attended the 33 drills. Medals also were awarded to boys having an average of !I0 to KM) in attendance. Sgt. Clyde Falby of Brattleboro has been drill master of the past year and has given excellent satisfaction. He has been asited by L. L. Ihdey. (Jeorgc Carr, assisant to Mr. Roberts, has had a large share of the responsibility of the Brigade management the past year and the continued high standing of its work is proof of his eliiciency. The oflicors are Capt. Alden Po.dittle. 1st. Lt. II. Smart. 2d Lt. P. Williams. The judges for the evening were (Jen. Cullis of Boston, Lt. Fowler of Bo at tie l.ror and Lt. Steadier of Xorthheld. Col. Merrill and stall' were in charge of the visiting team. The Xorthheld or chestra contributed largely to the plea sure of the program. Miss Betty Moody is home from Ab bott academy. Mrs Newton of Boston is vi--iting her sister, Mrs. Blossom, and family mm u VAKNISHES.ENAMELS V PAINTS f OR LASTING BEAUTY rC3TECTlG! Carl A. Mitchell UNDERTAKER Lady Assistant 1 80 Main Street Telephone 834AV or -K NEW LOW TRICES IN DENTISTRY 50c Extraction 50c 1jOv prices on Plates; $5 Gold Crowns; 50e to $1 Fillings; tiold I'lates $."; Plates Reiwired. Teeth Cleaned. AT HOTEL KILLINGS FRIDAY and SATl RDAY June 2;5 21 DR. FOOTE," Keg. Dentist' ! H. S. KILLELEA Electrical Contracting Wiring IMotor Repairing Telephone 5S0-W or 580-U Moshcr Cldg. Automobile Repairing ly Competent Man ALL WORK Gl'ARANTEED PIUCES REAS0NA15LE C4mp and give us a try R. B. LongstalT Stable 151 Elliot St. Tel. 830-M Auto Insurance 200,000 careful drivers of automo biles had 88,000 accidents last year. Some cost mrich money to settle. The atitomobilists were a selected group not 200,000 average driv ers. No man can look at these figure and say that he does not need automobile insurance. GEO. M. CLAY Husband and Wife who live at the former John Sutherland place. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bittenger of Plymouth are occupying Rev. F. W. Pattisons' apartment in Merriman cot tage until their house is vacated. Miss Helen Symonds of Worcester, and her mother, Mrs. Bessie Symonds of Mount Holyoke college, came Satur day for the summer at her Highland avenue residence. Dr. and Mrs. George Callender and three children of Washington. D. C, are guests ot t neir .parents. Mr.' and Mrs. T. K. Callender. : Dr. Callender and family wilt;-go in July to the Philippines, whvre he will continue his work with 'the. government. Xews bas been .received of the death. in lwrcnester. ot .Mrs. James Dean at the home of; her -daughter, Mrs. Fred Hovt. ., Mr. nd 'Airs: J)ean were former resident of the town, liviug in tbe house now occupied by Miss Ouinlan. Mr. Dean built lite Unitarian church in IS75, the parsonace and tVie himw in which S'upt. Best now" lives'. Mr. Dean survives. . . The Boys' Brigade and their tmests. the Boston Cadets, rdaved haseluill nti the diamond of The Northfiehl Sntnr- iay and were beaten 20 to -13. In the evening a program of moving pictures was given at Stone hall in charge of the Brigade. Both comnanies attended the Congregational church Sunday morning. The Cadets returned to Bos ton Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Frank Montague and Mrs. v. naries ieacti ot Xorthheld rarms ntertained the Sunday school class of Mrs. Ambert G. Moody Friday at the Farms library building. About 40 were present. The hostess presented., enter aining games, took pictures of all as sembled, and served a delicious lunch 'on. Appreciation of the kindness of Mrs. Leach and Mrs. Montague was expressed. AUCTION SALE 6V PERSONAL PROPERTY. Saturday, June 24 NORTH HINSDALE, N. II. At 10 a. m. Sharp FARMING TOOLS 1 two-horse truck, 1 two-horse wajon. i two-lmi-se diimn cart. 1 two-horse mow VVorcester Uuckeye ) , . 1 two-lnne beam sled (nearly new), Itileiiiational wide spread manur mrfmiliT. I ..moot hill!? harrow. 1 IloW. I -uulcn liid Kroii?h. cliains. shovels, hoes. saws. axes, cant hooks, horse col iiru nerU vil;p and ivhlpnle trees. 1 lars. neck vokes and wliiftlrtrees, imir lie.iw work harness. 1 driving har ness. 2( gallons c'rtler vinegar, 1 tJuern sey cow, giving 14 quarts milk a day; 1" R. I. hens, good layers. HOUSEHOLD GOODS 2 Iron beds, dining table. 1 cook stove 1 heater, chairs.' writing desk, set tubs bureaus, commodes, tied couch, springs mattresses, lounire. crib, carpets, rugs tables, stands and other articles too nu merous to mention. Sale, rain or shine: Free lunch at notn y 11. s. Mcdonald. A. G. GalIup,Auetionecr. F. L. Milliken & Co. Men;le:-s of the Consolidated Stock Exchange of New York Stcck and lioiul Drohcrs 15 State Street, Rostoti Established In 18S 'ew York and Boston stocks bought for cash or carried on margin Despatches from the leading financial agencies at our clients' disposal Our Market Letter Devoted to Studebaker Utah Copper Int. & Great Northern Will be Special circular on oils Mailed Free UiMin Application R. Cm. Direct Private Wire to Latham, CG Broadway, New York FOR SALE Essex Touring Car Recently overhauled Impure Dr. V. C and painted. . Wheeler of We Make a Specialty of Accident and Health Insurance New York Safety Reserve Fund New York City Elbert J I. Dennett, Special Agent Urattleboro, Vt. Last Block Wood 10 per Cord, Delivered (141 ft. thrown in) Telephone your orders to 268. FRANK A. SNOW Violin Teacher Call Tel. 7-M, 10 Tiitney Road CARL F. CAIN " MERCHANT TAILOR 153 Main Street PIANO TUNING J. M. Perry, 92 So. Main St. Tel. U18AV Wanted Something to sell. 127 C. W. CUSHMAN Main Street. Phone 239 rarcel Delivery "and -Light Trucking W. F. MORSE 7 Elliot Street. Tel. 750-M. Edward F. Leitzinger My husband wants to be speaker and he's orating all house all the time. E. K." M. Witat Does Your Husband a public over the Do? Copyright, George Maltiiew Adams I'lmne riano 388-M. Tuner after A p. m. Carney's Auto Service DAY OR NIGHT 21 Tlwmus Street. Tel. CSl-U SUES II. & 31. FOR $25,000. Klla Goddaid 'Seeks Damages for Death of Joseph Goddard MONTPELIKU, June 20 Ella God lard, administratrix of the estate of .Joseph Goddard. who was killed in a rossing accident in Lyndonville about wo years ago, has sued the l'.oston &. Maine railroad for $25,000 in United States court, according to papers tiled vith the secretary of t-tate yesterday by U. S. ' Marshall G. F. I-aekey. The uit is returnable at the October term at Windsor. This is a companion case brought by Louis Daniels' administratrix against the same company in connection with the same accident in which a verdict if $;.7'J0, was returned against the rail road in a trial which took place in this ity 1ii the spring. M'CALL NOT CANDIDATE Announces That He Will Not Oppose Senator Lodge NORTHAMPTON. Mass.. June 20 Former Gov. Samuel V. Mct'all an nounced here yesterday that he would "not" be a candidate for the Republican nomination for I'nited States senator. Mr. McCall. who was here to attend a meeting of the ltoard of trustees of Smith college, issued the following statement: 'I shall Hot be candidate for the Re publican nomination for L'nited States -en at or. "Since I bad neither decided upon nor announced my candidacy, this statement may seem superfluous, but I am making it in deference to the opinion of those who think otherwise." Cold Sweets for Cold Sours. , ,,, A correspondent, whose initials we withhold lest his wife should recognize them, writes as follows: "On a drug -frtre window nearly opposite the Trans cript is a card telling us to 'Take home an iceberg.' Should some of us married men do so on our way home late from er 'the office' it would simply be taking on iceberg to another." P.oston Transcript. The Happy Man Maule-r-" They say Flora. Jones is married at last. ' ' Marion "Who's the happy Maude Philadelphi 4 Her father, a Bulletin. of course!" an : XT. J. METCALF'S Jitney Service Between East Dover and Brattleboro Leave East Dover 7.00 a. m. Leave So. Newfane 7.30 a. m. Leave Williamsville 7.45 a. m. Arrive Urattleboro 8.15 a. m. Leave Brattleboro 4.00 p. rn. Arrive Willi.im.sville 4.:0 p. m. Arrive So. Newfane 4.45 p. m. Arrive East Dover ......... 5.15 p. m. Lo.nvo .r.W nt Thomas's Drug Store or Telephone East Dover 911-2. WEEK -DAYS JITNEY SERVICE Sonfh Ijondoiuierry and iRrattleboro. Orders may be left at or telephoned to Brattleboro Drug Co. (5G0) or Uiver iue Inn, South Londonderry. Leave a. m. So. Londonderry, Riverside Inn... 8.00 Kawsonville, Corners 8.20 Jamaica, Allen House 8.4C R. Jamaica, Postoffioe 8.50 W. Townshend. Grout & Dean Store 0.00 Townshend. Phillips' Store 920 Newfane, Fames' Store 0.40 W. Dummerston, store 10.10 Arrive Brattleboro Drug Co. Store 10.30 Leave p. m. Brattleboro Drug Co. Store 4.30 W. Dummerston, store 4.50 Newfane, Lames Store C.20 Townshend, Phillips' Store 5.40 W. Townshend, Grout & Dean Store C.Ofl R. Jamaica, Postoffice ............ 6.10 Jamaica, Allen House 0.25 Kawsonville, Corners 0-43 Arrive Londonderry, Riverside Inn 7.00 AliTHUIS AMSDEN Newfane. Vt.. April 25. 1D22. Automobile Service Run on Eastern Standard Time Townshend and Brattleboro DAILY " EX CEPT S UNDAY 1st trip 2d trip LEAVE fl. m. a.m. Townshend, Duckett's Store, 0.45 11.30 Newfane Inn, 7.00 11.50 - ' p. in. Williamsvijle Station, 7.13 12.05 West Dummerston Store, 7.30 12.20 Arrive P.rattleboro, .7.45 12.40 LEAVE Brattleboro. Roofs Phar'cy. 0.15 4.15 West Dummerston Store, 5)35 4.35 Williamsville Station, 0.55 4.50 Newfane Inn. 10.10 5.10 Arrive Townshend. 10.23 . 5.23 Order Dnok at Root's rharmacy - Brattleboro, Vt. I. S. SAYRE, TOWNSHEND, VT. Teleplsone, Newfane 34-:.1 We handle trunks and express. Trucking and cars for hire. Extra trips beyond Townshend ut teaooiiable ralea. Are You Still On Earth ? If you haven't time to write, send your friends ,a Greeting Card. l w They will appreciate your thoughtfulness and will know that: you're still on earth. - - . . J ." Scatter Sunshine with Greeting Cards. You wilUfind ours the ideal sunshine store in which to buy them. Hop mis The Florist, Inc. Why Take Chances ? Inexperience, -speculation, sometimes dis honesty often several of these combined will deplete the largest fortunes. These are elements of possible disaster that affect estates left in the hands of-individuals.' No such misfortunes are possible when this bank is named as executor. Keep this in mind when your lawyer is draw ing your will. Vermont National Bank SAFETY STRENGTH SERVICE CO) UCCESS in business is reached by basing your plans on facts. When you combine your5" ' knowledge of your business with that of your banker on financial matters, you arrive at sound judgments,- It costs you nothing to con sult this institution. T 1 XT' i . 1 T f ifjj r eopies in ationai DanK !jj Urattleboro, Vt. '4 - ---- jo crr o fjoczr3 o crr o rrp o o o czz o z o czzi o 0 o o 0 0 THE GREATEST FARMER IN TH E W ORL D V i One-fourth of the wheat we grow is the result of the researches of the Government. After years of untiring experiment and investigation, the Government, through the Department of Agricul ture, was enabled to introduce into this country the remarkable Durum wheat through which our produc tion has been increased fully twenty-five per cent. This has been only ono of many surprising but little known accomplishments of the Government, which are covered in the interesting series of stories for . which we have the exclusive right of distribution in this community. : Well send this literature to you each month without obligation on your part if you will ask for it. . Brattleboro Trust Co.