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r- THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY REFORJIER THURSDAY, AUGUST 17. 1922.
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS 5 cents a line first insertion; 2 cents a line each subsequent Insertion, Cash in Advance. Minimum Charge, 20 cents. WANTED. WANTED Four table boarders at 0 Church Place. 141-146 WANTED (iirl for second work. Address Pox "S," c-o Reformer. -140-tf ""WANTED Girl to help with general housework. 143 Canal St. Tel. 1015-M. ""WANTED Woman for general house work. Inquire 14 Prospect St. Tel. tM.i - 13SMt FOltl) SELLING AGENTS for sur rounding towns. John E. Smith Co.. Urn ttleboro Garage. 137-tf WANTED Position to care' for ehh-rlv lady or housekeeper. Address W., "-t G rcen St. or tel. 772-Y. 142147 WANTED Cows and horses to pas fure by week or season. F. E. Gammell, West 'Brattleboro, Vt. Tel. 211-12. I 104-tf WANTED Plumbing and heating, furnaces and ftoves cleaned at reason able prices. Thomas Clune, 102 Prospect St. - 130-144 WANTED Any amount lVi-iueh round edge pine lumber, also square rdg any size. - Address - Lumber, care lle former. 14 4-1 ."Hi WANTED Two good men to work on farm. Must be good milkers. Steady lob for good men. G. J, Perkins & Son, Tel. 0-22. 120-tf WANTED Position as housekeeper hv oTiioi'iprifPil woman for widower, no other adults. No objection to one or two ! children. Address Box 8bS, Reformer office. 142-1G2 WANTED Woman by widower with boy live years of age ; one desiring home rather than high wages. A permanent home for right party. Box 227, Winches ter, N. II. : 142-147 AGENTS WANTED We start you in the candymaking business at home, or small room anywhere, furnishing every thing and buy your candy. Experience unnecessary. Big pay. Men Women. House of Candymakers, Philadelphia, Pa. 133-144 ""WANTED Women and girls. We want 2 power sewing-machine oper ators. Light, easy work. Good wages guaranteed. Bonus paid each week. Board and room in our own dormitory under supervision of matron. If inter ested apply at once. Richmond Under- wear Co.. Richmond. Vt. 13S-149 WANTED Hospital attendants at the Utica State Hospital, Marcy Divi sion, young men and women to act as ward attendants. 'Wages, .$44 to $."iu" per nonth with rrx in and board. Permit nent positions with opportunities for advance ment. For circular apply to the Super intendent, Box 300, Utica, N. Y. 143-141 FOR SALE. FOR SALT Five-room cottage house. Inquire 0 West St. - 121-1"2 FOR SALE Dry slab wood, also dry hard wood. Tel. 221 -J. 13G-14-; FOR SALE Four acres of standing grass. Tel. (317-M. 107-tf FOR SALE Dry stove wood. M. A. Thompson, Guilford Center. 133-162 FOR SALE house, close in. -Modern two-tenement Call 824-1. 137-tf fc'Oli SAI.K CVifil mnp- with water front, I nquire 13 Green St. 120-t f FOR SALE Soft wood slabs, $4.50 a loud, Holden & Martin Lumber Co. 19-tl FOR SALE Furniture and ranges, new and second-hand, at J. B Dunton's. SPECIAL NOTICES. CASH PAID for wool at the Richard Bon Market. 72-tf DR. BAILEY, Chiropodist, 208 Par ber Block. Tel. 1027-W. 141-tf 1UBLIO CAR, anytime, anywhere. L. W. Kelley, 23 Washington St. Tel. 130-.T. 113-tf R. E. ABBOTT, long or short automo bile trips at reasonable prices. Tel. 171-W or 2(2. J 84-tf SANDERS' BEAUTY SHOI Room 10, Crosby Block.. Swedish scalp and Violet Ray treatments.. Tel. 800-1. 140-tf CALL UP 446-W for your painting and papering; all work guaranteed. Wall . Taper. William Shaw, 46 Maple St. 58-tf MASON WORK. building and cleaning chimneys a specialty. I do out-of-town work. E. J. Cavanaueh. 188 Elliot St Phone 200-.T. 03-tf PERCALE REMNANTS Light col ors, assorted patterns, 3-lb. bundle, about 36 yards. $1.73. Walter Scott, Box i40. Keene, N. H. 115ltf BARGAINS IN MAGAZINES Most favorable terms on single subscriptions or on reduced club rates. Send for booklet. Brattleboro News Co. 1-tf BUICK AUTO SERVICE, long or short trips, at reasonable price. Clar ence D. Moon, 10 Frost Place, 'phone 684-M. 122-tf MAGAZINES AT 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 Newfane, Vt. 1-tf ALL WOOL KNITTING YARN for sale, direct from manufacturer, at 03c, $1.33 and $1.60 a pound. Postage paid on $3 -orders. Write for samples. We also do custom work. II. A. Bartlett, Harmony, Maine. ' 133-163 OASHAND CARRY MARKETHiTa live industrial town in Vermont. Did a business of around $40,000 last year. Well equipped, centrally located. Will bo sold at a low price if taken before Sept. 1. Address "F," care Reformer office. 326-tf IS YOUR BOY OR GIRL coining to Leland and Gray seminary. If so have them stop at "New England Cottage," West River Road, Townshend. Personal supervision given them. Moderate board. For further information write to Mrs. John II. Northrup. 141-141 MONEY MADE working spare time for The Fraternities. Either sex. Expe- rience not necessary. e lead all com petitors in Maine. Representatives wanted in every town and city in Maine, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Ver mont. Box F, Richmond, Maine. 133-146 LOST. LOST Gray and white kitten, large front paws. Call 134-W. Reward. 141-146 LOST Over a week ago, gentleman's silver wrist watch. Finder please return to" Dr. Rice's office and receive suitable reward. 144-140 LOST Monday morning between Pine Grove Springs garage, Spollord Lake, and Brattleboro, Fisk cord non skid tire 36 x 6. Finder please return to Spofford garage or Depot News stand. Brattleboro. Reward. 143-143 WANTED Salesman on Wholesale De livery Truck v Address BOX 100, care Reformer TO RENT Very desirable office room in Crosby Block J.E.MANN Carney's Auto Service DAY OR NIGHT 21 Thomas Street. Tel. 681-B FOR SALE Ice chest, sewing ma chine and chunk stove. Tel. 221-J. 136-147 FOR SALE Cows, fresh and spring ers. C. A. Whipple, R. F. D. 3. Tel. 372-W. 13S-tf FOR SALE Another car of galvan ized iron roofing. Fitch Plumbing Co. 130-tf nU SALE Five 31x4V-; cord tires and tubes, all in good condition. Walter S. Pratt. 143-tf FOR SALE N- and 14-quart peach baskets. Tel. 227-Y for prices delivered. S-ott Farm. 140-tf FOR SALE House, seven rooms, ner.- ami modern. Garden and garage. Tel. 727-.1 at 8 a . m. 1 38-143 FOR SALE I)ry hard wood in chunks or split. E. R. Thomas, West Brattleboro, Vt. Tel. 14-3. 120-tf FOR SALE Lumber, dimension tim ber, board and shingles. Sawing and planing. B. L. Perry, R. 3, Brattleboro. 64-tf FOR SALE Used parts for Ford cars, and used bodies, complete motor and transmission $40. John E. Smith & Co. ,Tel. 34-W. 113-tf FOR SALE Steam boiler, 8 or 10 ' Fl. I'., perfect condition, carries 80 lbs. ot steam. C'asu or DanKaDie papers. 'Phone 222 or 131-.T. 112-tf FOlt SALE S. C. Black Minorca cock erels, Northrup stran, .$1 up: S. C. W. Leghorn cockerels. Barron strain, $1 up. Humphrev & Goodwin. Chesterfield, N. II. 144-140 FOR SALE On Saturday. Aug. 10, we will rcmagnetize Ford Magnets at a cost of $3 per set. Bring in your as sembled unit complete with flywheel. ,!ob guaranteed for two years. John E. Smith & Co., Ford Agent. 131-141 FOR SALE Golden Bantam corn. Order your canning corn now for delivery next Tuesday and Thursday. $1.30 a bushel. Drop a card to Waylaml W. Hardy, R. F. D. 1, Brattleboro, Vt. 142-144 FOR SALE Tea-wagon, nursery ice box, auto robe, auto-bed for car, Neo stylo mimeograph, Thermalite medical lamp, folding screeu, baskets, table, couch cover. Call between 3 and 4 p. in. A. (?. Morrell. Wilder Block. 14:i-tf FOR SALE Auto Camp Trailer, ideal outfit for summer touring; Over land Model 81 good condition, corded tires; Hudson roadster with truck body; Ford racer ; some new and used Ford parts; two Ranger bicycles. Inquire 13 Green street. 132-tf I ERADICATION WORK FAVORED. Come in and get a can 4of wonderful Flyosan. It kills flies, ants, cock roaches, bed bugs and other insects. It's easy, safe and clean to use. You apply it with a sprayer. 75 cents per can. CHAS. F. MANN 58 Main TEL. S3 S8 Main Carl A. Mitchell UNDERTAKER Lady Assistant 180 Main Street Telephone S31-W or 831-R 3 PRIVATE FARM WORK HORSES Replaced by truck and tractor No. 1. Beautiful young Morgan horse weighing 3.230; price $60, cost $200; also used for farm work. Pair Canadian brown horses weighing together 2,800; sell pair for $123, cost $400. Also the harnesses, farm wagons and carriages. Also late roll top Vim truck, carry ton, in good condition, price $130. Call private resi dence, OS High St.. Medford, Mass.. near Medford square. Seen any time. Thirty davs trial. Tel. 3189-W Mystic. Mr. William Haley. 131-161 FARMS AND COUNTY HOMES SPECIAL FOR WEEK AUGUST 14 3-acre state road home. South Shore, $8(X). cash; furnished village home, can commute, $1,700; 10 acre home, 200 fruit trees, 13 miles out, $3,300; 100-acre turnpike road farm with stock, crops, tools, $1,700; CO-acre farm, horses, cows, tools, bay, valuable crops, $2,730; 340-acre equipped farm, $0.0OO, ami 02 others. See Bargain Bulletin villi Dog Edition 81 corrected to Aug. 11 postpaid anywhere. Dept. F, 1'. F. Leland, Broker in Country Real Estate, Farms For Sale, 533 Old South Bldg., Boston 9, Mass. TO RENT. TO RENT Room at 83 Main St. 141-tf TO RENT Room, 14 Forest St. 133-tf "TO RENT Room at 13 Green St. 140-tf TO KENT Rooms at 42 Canal St. ' 133-tf TO RENT Furnished rooms. 22 South Main St. 120-tf TO RENT One three-room apart ment. furnished. Tel. 017-M. 134-tf TO RENT Rooms at the Elliot Apartment, 71 Elliot St. New, modern rooms. 131-tf TO RENT Three furnished rooms for light housekeeping. Call before 7.30 p. m. .Airs. J. F. Bailey, 11 Green St. 113-tf Addie Ade's Adventures The-Minute-a-Day Serial 23 About August 24, 50 Men and Women Good wages. SNOWFLAKE CANNING CO. CHAPTER 23 ' Dear Ma and Dad." wrote Addie. "Well, I've only been here four days, as you will see from the date, but it seems a lot longer from the MONEY I've had to spend out of that fifty dollars. You know that postal 1 wrote the other day saying how expen sive ME A LS Were ven they must have gone up since then, or my APPETITE'S (letting better or .some thing. But, let me tell you what luck Sal and 1 have just had. Her room was about as big as that new KENNEL Dad built for Hamlet and so 1 wrote an ad for another room and put it in the paper day before yester day. Well, Sal said she hadn't had so much mail since V A LE VrfNlfS Day back at the Cen terville high school. We had 13 letters up to this evening, and after supper we went out to look at the room that sounded BEST And rented it on the siot just what we wanted. And I have a JOB Too. Started to work yesterday in Sal's office as a file clerk. I don't know just what I have to do yet. but there are a lot of drawers full of LETTERS That I'm supposed to keep from getting mixed up, for one thing. Lots of Automobile Repair Work AUTOS FOR HIRE Long or short trips Reasonable price Also STORAGE FOR AUTOMOBILES R. B. Longstaf f 156 Elliot St. Phone 836-M LOVE Write soon, lost my watch." S. I almost (To be continued ) Copyright, 1021, by Basil L. Smith Public Auto Service Evenings, Saturday arternoons and Sundays. RLTERT GOODENOUGII Telephone 14-10 CARL F. CAIN MERCHANT TAILOR 159 Mr.h Street Contracting and Jobbing Mason Work a Specialty Tyler & White Tel. 661-M Live Secure and Die Secured That's what it means to be insured. We issue policies fitted to your individual ami family needs. Consult us. National Life Ins. Co. of Vt. (Mutual.) F. C. DINES, Special Agent Brattleboro, Vt. Husband arid Wife Vermont Cattle Men Endorse Work at Montpelier Conference. MONTPEL1ER, Aug. 17. About 100 persons attended the conference held in the Mate House here Tuesday by the commission named by Governor Ilartness to investigate the methods in the eradi cation of bovine tuberculosis in Vermont. At the end of the conference, which lasted from 10 a. m. to 1.30 p. m., upon motion of Roy Smith of Barre town, those present voted that it was the sense of the gathering that the work of eradi cation of the disease be continued When seen afterward Mr. Smith said the reason he used the word "work" in stead of "method" was that there is an uncertainty as to the method, leaving the impression that the commission should advise as to the method. . There was no opposition to continuing the work, the vote being unanimously in favor of it. Practically all who spoke favored the work. The methods were discussed to some extent, some clear points being made on improvement of the method and especially on inspection after the testing has taken place. Some criti cism was offered to the effect that the in spection should be more closely done. All those who have had experience while agreeing that the test hit their herds pretty badly in the first place agreed that they have been the gainers since the herds have been freed from tubercular animals. hew Lovell of Bellows Falls, one of the strongest opponents which the friends of the eradication of bovine tuberculosis formerly had, was present at the meet ing. When asked for his opinion on the worth of the work and the advisability of continuing it, he answered, "I am on the other end of the radio and only listen ing in." A meeting similar to this one will be held in Rutland on Aug. 23. McKay Hardware Co. Formerly Telfer & McKay Freckle-Face Sun and Wind Bring Out Ugly Spots How to Remove Easily. Here's a chance, Miss Freckle-face, to try a remedy for freckles with the guaran tee of a reliable concern that it will not cost you a penny unless it removes the freckles ; while if it does give you a clear complexion the expense is trifling. Simply get an ounce of Othine double strength from any druggist and a few applications should show you how easy it is to rid yourself of the homely freckles and get a beautiful complexion. Rarely is more than one ounce needed for the worst case. Be sure to ask the druggist for the double strength Othine ns this strength is sold under guarantee of money back if it falls to remove freckles. Advertisement. EXECUTION SALE Notice is hereby given that I hold an execution against Frank E. Williams of Springfield, in the County of Hampden. State of Massachusetts, in favor of Leroy S. Rawson of Brattleboro. in the County of Windham, issued by and upon a judg ment by the Windham County Court, within and for the the County of Wind ham, at the April Term, 11(22, for the sum of Seventeen Hundred Fortv-seven dollars ($1,747.00) and Thirty Cents Costs, which remains partly unsatisfied and said execution has been levied and extended on the following described per sonal property, Viz:, One Cadillac Automobile J Engine Nd.' A'-GO Serial No: MiHtA. ,,n I shall sell the same at public auction in the public highway in front of the Mosher Oarage on Flat Street, in the Village of Brattleboro, Vermont, on the 10th clay of August. A. 1). 1022, at 0 o'clock in the forenoon, to satisfy said ex ecution and costs of sale. Dated at Brattleboro, Vt., this 2d day of August, 1022. F. I WELLMAN, Sheriff. Jitney Service South Londonderry Brattleboro Week Days ' Standard Time Orders may be left at Brattleboro Drug Co., Tel. 300, or at Riverside Inn, South Londonderry. LEAVE . A. M. So. Iondonderry, Riverside Inn.... 8.00 Rawsonville Corners 8.20 Jamaica, Allen House 8.40 E. Jamaica. Wardsboro Jitney.... 8.50 W. Townshend, Grout & Dean's Store 0.00 Townshend. Phillips Store f.20 Newfane, Eames' Store 0.40 West Dummerston, Store 10.10 Arrive Brattleboro Drus Co 10.30 LEAVE T. M. Brattleboro Drug Co 3.00 Brattleboro Station 3.13 West Dummerston, Store ........ 3.3." Newfane, Eames' Store Ci.00 Townshend, Phillips' Store f..20 W. Townshend. Grout & Deane's.. 0.40 E. Jamaica. Wardsboro Jitney .... 0.30 Jamaica, Allen House 7tO:T Rawsonville Corners 7.23 Arrive So. Londonderry, R. Inn... 7.30 Car will meet northbound and south bound trains daily. Auto trips with Hud son and Essex cars at request. ARTHUR AMSDEN DR. F00TE, DENTIST Princess Hotel Tuesday, Aug. 22 to Friday, Sept. 1 Grip Tight Plates Fillings Cleanings Gold Crowns Bridge Work Painless Extracting No Pain No Cocaine RUTLAND " Requests for space at the Rutland Fair, for all kinds of exhibits nre pour ing in daily. It is certain that on the big days the fifty acres will be complete ly covered. This fair is now nationally known and talked about. Nearly .$20. 0X) is offered for races, more than many Grand Circuit meetings..Advcrtisement. Iy husband always reads his mail at the fable and lets his dinner get cold. C. C. H. What Does Vour Husband Do? Copyright, 1921, George Matthew A"lam NOTICE. My wife, Ina Cv Connolly, has left my bed and 'hoard without just cause. I will pay no bills of her contracting on and after this date, Aug. 10, 1022. W. T. CONNOLLY. Card. We wish to thank all who so kindly assisted, us during the sickness and burial of our beloved "wife and, mother, and also for the beautiful flowers. Mr. Abram Finch, Mr Alonzo Harris, Mrs. Carrie Merrll. Miss Florence Mer rill, Mrs. Ida Dunlap. Brattleboro, Vt Aug. 17, 1922. Brattleboro-Springfield, Mass. Daily; Motor Express II. A. Burrington ' Tel. 137-y PIANO TUNING J. M. Perry, 92 So. Main St Tel. 1118-W or 400 SALE 20 Per Cent Discount On All NORTH POLE Ice Cream Freezers 10 Per Cent Reduction on Brooms and Brushes of all kinds 110 Main Street SOUTH NEWFANE. Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Morgan and son of Beverly, Mass., are visitors at T. C. DulTey's. Mrs. A. E. Shepard. who spent two weeks at L. W. Shepard's, has returned to Keeue. Miss Agnes O'Lara of Boston, Mass is boarding. with Mrs. Allie F. Mundell for" two weeks. Mrs. Thomas C. Duffey went to Man chester, N. H., Monday to spend a few days with. Mr. Duffey. Mr. and Mrs. Perley G. Stratton and party of Springfield, Mass.. dined Mon day with Miss Ella J. Stratton. ' . Mrs. Asa II. Stratton, who sueiit last week with Miss Ella J. Stratton, went to Williamsville Monday to visit rela tives. Miss Eda Dunton and brother, Dana Duiiton, are entertaining their mother, Mrs. Eliza Dunton. and cousin, Miss 15elle McFeeters, both of Enosburj; Fal,ls. Miss Beecher, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph R. Kawoleski and son, Robert, who have brvn guests of Miss Adelaide Town shend. left for their home in New Haven Sunday. Mrs. Henry Cotting and C. Kendall Morse motored in from Melrose. Mass., Monday afternoon and were guests of Mr. and Mrs. John E. Morse until Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Adams and son, Clvde. of Philadelphia, who have been touring New England by automobile, have been guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. Milton Dex ter since Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie nosterman and son, Charles, of Dorchester, Mass., Mi.s May Kelscy and Miss Dobson of New York city left Sunday afternoon for Dorchester in Mr. Hosterman's car. i .Miss Ruth Bishop, Miss. Mary Ellen Clarke. Miss Katherihe Morrissey, Miss Julia Bonaldo and Frank Loveland. all of New Haven. Conn., are guests of Mrs. M. A. Page. Miss Cecile Bryan, sister of Mrs. Page, is still here. Mr. and Mrs. Edward V. Morse and family, Kenneth, Miss Margaret and Stratton Morse, of Brattleboro attended Sunday morning church service and spent the afternoon with relatives. Rev. Charles B. Fisher of East Prov idence. R. I., preached Sunday morning and evening in the Baptist church to an interested congregation. Mr. Fisher, who is a native of this village, son of 1. Henry Fisher, is an eloquent speaker. The solos bv James, jr., and John Bi rtrly. choir boys of Newark, N. J., were well rendered, and made a pleasing fea ture of the musical program by the choir. WI LLI AMSVILLE. Miss May Douelas of Brattleboro 'is visiting Mrs. J. W. Williams. Miss Maude Moore is spending several days this week at the Northfield confer ence. Mrs. James Morse of Brattleboro was a week-end guest of Mrs. A. M, Merri field. Miss Mildred Waite of Lexington, Mass., is visiting her aunt, Mrs. A. N. Sherman. Miss Ruth Spaulding of Ludlow has been a guest several days of Mrs. E. II. Richardson. Earl Brooks, who spent two. weeks with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Brooks, returned Monday to her home in Brattleboro. . Mrs. C. F. Aldrich, who spent - two weeks at Northfield. returned Saturday. There were the usual services . in the Methodist church Sunday. .. Sirs. Frank Lang of Bristol Ferry, R. I., is visitinu her mother. Mrs.. I -T Morse. They went Wednesday to Ver non to visit Mrs. Morse's daughter, Mrs. Rolert Allen. - Mr. and Mrs. Horace Winchester of Brattleboro and Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Ijnvis and son of East Northfield spent Sunday with their parents. Mr. and Mrs'. J. F. Lewis. Mrs. Ella Cooley returned to East Northfield with her grandson for a visit. I WEST HALIFAX. ' Warren May is with his wife and son in Brattleboro. Fourteen fresh air children are being cared for by Mrs. W. II. Fish. Pollica Bros, of Brattleboro are draw ing lumber for Whitmore & Bixby. . Herbert Worden. who has been visit ing his daughter, Mrs. Lester Pratt, has returned to his home here. Miss Mary Sumner, who has been at tending summer school in North Adams, returned to her home Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Learnard of Wil mington spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry La Rock. Little Herman Hall, who has lived, in the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. 72. Thur her since the death of his grandmother. Mrs. I. L. Hall,' has gone to live with his mother. '. - . : WEST WARDSBORO. Mrs. George Tudor has gone to Ja maica to care for Mrs. Huntly Sprague. who is ill. Mrs. Sarah Allen has gone to Town shend to visit her daughter, Mrs. Er ving Bills. Mks Grace Vroom has gone to Ja maica to spend a few days with Mrs. O. A: Johnson. The largest convevor belt ever pro duced in America is being made for one of the coal mines Jn the Monongahela river region of Pennsylvania. The belt will have a total length of nine miles and will be operated in twenty sections, j . ., A -4. ; Real state tor Sale Two-story 7-room house on lot 55x100. P This house has been entirely remodeled Within a few years. Electricity, gas, hot air furnace, set tubs, hard-wood floors downstairs. Must . be sold as owner is leaving town. Two good building lots, 60 ft. front on Thomas St. Good location for two cottage houses. I . .'.':', 1 , ' . - Two-tenement house on Estey St. This house was put in best of repair last year. Large lot and double garage. Property will be sold to pay 12 on your investment. Two-tenement house on West St. Rents for $31 a month. Will be sold cheap. A fine 12-room house on West St. built for two tenants, each tenant entirely separate. AH hard-wood finish, best of plumbing, hot air furnaces. This would make anyone a fine home. John Nesbit farm in West Brattleboro 4 1-2 miles from Brattleboro postoffice. This farm has always been noted for its fine fruit and ma ple sugar. Can set 1,000 buckets. 60 apple - trees; 100 peach trees; pear, plum and cherry trees. 50 acres best tillage land; 75 acres good pasture, balance in, timber, esti mated 200,000 ft., 500 cords wood. This farm now keeps 25 head cattle, 20 sheep, 5 hogs, 2 horses, 400' hens and chickens. Fair house, 2 barns, silo, hen houses, never-failing run ning water to barn, pump in house. This farm will be sold so that a man can make some money. Can be purchased with or without stock and tools. BRATTLEBORO TRUST CO. The Uses of a Bank The uses of a bank are more than most peo pie imagine. With its facilities, its acquaintance, its organization, this bank is enabled to be of use to its patrons in many ways. We welcome opportunities to be of service. Vermont National Bank SAFETY STRENGTH SERVICE GOOD BANKING constitutes Good Management Good Security Good Investment ; Good Service This institution maintains these attri butes as fundamental principles of conservative banking. Peoples National Bank Brattleboro, Vt.