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THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY .REFORMER, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1920.
ALFALFA MEAL We have received two carloads Choice Pea Green Alfalfa Meal. Every poultry .feeder should have at least one bag for winter feeding. Price $2.85 per bag Except Sunday t Ti" Jkruncan Building Aor, Mai Street. brattleboro. Vermont. A?T"5J(. AM Comr"uotrtion t ''. r ' i r. E. CROSBY & CO. Wholesale Flour and Feed t -.-i ( nr SV ecU . . . One Month One Year . . . . Three Cent Eighteen Cent ... Seventy-Five Cents Eight Dollars Entered in the poatoffic at Brattleboro as n-ond claa matter Wilt ; h . - We are getting new customers and pleasing old ones by selling them Certain-teed Paints and Varnishes. Order from your dealer today. rh. Bef.irmer Telepbon Nombr it 127 For Business Office and Editorial Jtooma. TO ADVERTISERS. Transient advertising Run of paper, 5t cents an inch for first insertion, 30 centa an imch for each subsequent insertion. Limited apace on r page at double rates. Space rates on application. 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The Associated Press Is exclusively eo titled to the use for publication of all newi despatches credited to it and not otherwise credited in this paper and also the local new published herein. The Reformer is on sale every evening bj the following news dealers: Brattleboro, Brattleboro Newt' Co.. C W Clraveland, S. L. Purinton (Eateyville), BrnnVd Htisr Vha"ns-r, A""Ti' P-prrf New" stand, Gilbert T. Pollica, 297 South Main St (Kort Dummer district). West Brattleboro, J. L. StockwelL East Dummerston, M. E. Brown Putney, M. G. Williams. Newfane, N M. Batcheldet. West Townshend, C. H. Grotrt Jamaica, R. J Daggett. South Londonderry, F H. Tyler. South Vernon, E. B. Bufrum. Northfleld, Mass., Thompson Bros. West Chesterfield, TT. H., Mrs W. Streeter Hinsdale, N. KW. H. Lyman. Greenfield, Mass., Greenfield News Co Greenfield. Mass., C. A. Hays D Election Returns 0UR MAN Y rm:-". " I Ml p TjV-l -ss k ifp , tffTwZfrmx- Today's Events tCwprrtf'"' A KltXKSD.VY. XOVEMRKIi 1020. S - .. i S l . inn ,1 I mmmmrmmm When Nature Won 7 THE ELKCTIOX. nly surprise ' tho cl.Ttion roth.- size of.th lamlslide for u ii.l (Vo'idai', it liavinsr boon f.T ovo:-nl wooks that the poo- p'i vto i';!u''r for a c'.innjre in nilniinis-v-.-M.n. The viii"spra.l dissatisfaction 'h t!" lct!i'. cratie ailniinist ration is ! v n l.y the chance "f the followint; states from "Wilson four years ajro to ! I 'nl"nT : New Hampshire. Ohio. Knn-si-. Nebraska. Maho. AVyoniinsr ami AVa-hiir.'ton. Every section of-, the c,,i.;i!ry, except the solhl South, is rop-res.-Titet! in this list "f .states. The ro icii n cf Democratic policies is nothing The returns show that any man 1 to the present administration pn could have won -1 1 -f. ' he on did i ior hut or 'optometrists) BRATTLEBORO. VT. NO PROFITEERING Tfl Largest Optical EstabUsliment In Vermont Mr. ffoodsight Says: Iiiberfy to live our lives as we desire does not give ns the right to abuse Nature's gifts. Are you abusing through neglect? your eyes Vaughan & Burnett Optometrists 111 Main St WINCIIESTER-BRATTLEBORO JITNEY Leavea Winchester House 8 a. m., 1.15 p. m. Leaves Mann's Store (Hinsdale) 8.30 i. m., 1.55 p. m. RETURN TRirS Leaves Root's Tharmacy 10.30 a. m., 4.30 p. m. Daily Except Sunday , Passenger and Baggage Transfer LOUIS I. ALLEN Tel. 536-W and what it represent mi this nmpaiirn. The result iPustrates anew the folly - t vituperation and abuse ., "r.ni . ppoiient. Senator Ilard- retusci to lnuuige in canunnx. n--criticize the xtravasance and the ;:.nal dictatorship of the Democrats did not charge them with dishonesty political corruptioi. Governor Cox entered the campaign with the well de fined issue of the President's league- of nations but soon abandoned that for a campaign of abuse in which he made un sustained charges of flagrant corruption, unfairness and general cussedjioss of the people opposoi 1 to him. The state of Ohio which knew the two men better than any other state gave such an over whelming verdict against Cox and his methods that they shou'd bo eliminated from American politics in the future. The result is a severe rebuke to P.iUings gate by a candidate for the presidency. Eipially striking is the failure of the American federation of labor to control politics of the nation. Samuel Gompers exerted all his power against the Re publican ticker, charging Harding with unfriendliness to organized labor and us ing every possible appeal to his organiz ation to defeat him. Certainly labor unions will not be in the saddle with the new administration. "The solemn referendum" on the league of nations has been taken and President Wilson's le-jguo of nations is hopelessly rejected. We do not believe, however, that a league of nations is lost: and are of the opinion that one of the first duties of the new administration will bo to make suitable reservations for the protection of America and enter the international organization. The result of the election places on the Republican party great obligations. It must bring America into a proper posi tion with other world powers, eliminate the war powers of the government in time of peace, check government extrava gance and reconstruct the industrial and economic life of the nation. lake its president-elect it should not feel exult ant but be more gi'en to "prayer to God to make me eapnble of playing my part." an argument about it as a well built stone wall. In the light of todays situation, we can with entire propriety agree. I think, that each side of this historic price con troversy made a mistake. The shoe-buying public sincerely mis took justified cost-increases for profit eering. They were wrong. The shoe-making and shoe-selling in terests sincerely mistook the public's temporary period of extravagance for a more or loss permanent ability to spend. They, too, were wrong. The public rarelv nuarre's with the prices for luxuries, no matter to what heights they may soar; but when it conies to necessities, the inability to pay or the delmite unwillingness to pay in evitnhiv fixes a limit and no economic justification for prices ntove that limit will ever obtain standing in the great court of the American people ! The public then has it in its hands to bring about a reasonable price for shoes, despite the attitude of shocmen a few rears ago that they had educated the public to higher prices and therefore shou'd charge high prices. American shocmen, however, can well take a lesson from the English shoe manufacturers who are making a war against leather substitutes in the manu tact ure ot siioes and are insisting on maintaining the quality of shoes during the period of lowering prices. Thev are also trying to educate people to make their boots fit their feet rather than try ing to make themselves fit their boots. In England there is promise of a better shoe at a reasonable price and it would vreritly benefit their customers if the American shoe men would adopt the same policy. Add to the freak of nature perform ers the cow which overturned an auto mobile in Danville by lodging herself in front of a wheel of the vehicle, there by spilling two occupants of the car into the road, pinning a woman down under the machine and doing some damage to the vehicle. A cow in the highway is a menace to the motorist and should be shunned as the plague. ISarre Times. Quite right, but what do you do when they refuse to be shunned as most of them do? The fires of the churches of RarnK and P.arnet village will be kept burning this winter if the parishioners avail themselves of the offe of a generous St. Johnsbury man who will donate the wood if they will cut it frm his timber lot. A few wood-cutting bees will cross the item of fuel off the year' expense col umn which is often one of the big ones. "Southward ho!" say the Montpclior ites. a caravan of five automobiles start ing for Florida this week from that city. Any one acquainted with Montpclior mid-winter weather will wish them "God speed." especially in consideration of the coal situation and the legislature. gal action against the driver of the ma chine it is true, but with small chance of recovering damaure. that can even ap proach a state ot. compatibility with his injuries, for the somplo reason that the driver of the machine, in the majority of cases has n financial standing. It is the old uuestion of endeavoring to get blood out of ;i turnip. It just can't be done. One way to remedy believe, is for the CLIPPINGS With Now a Comment and Then Only a Caption. In Literary Circles. The Athens Literary Society was or- this situation, we Slilie If) Tkll&d iti-ric -i. - firm Kil-in,, i .i i ' , ,, pan izoi last r ruiay evening. narom automobTl oh i, 1 . uTls,,1!f of, a11, Holloway won the pie in the pie-eating c one n P l 'l' ,f a, ,,on(,,n contest. There was plenty of pie and 1 ts ke ?l-,e ;""U",d' w,,,''. a,T'" -veryone present enjoyed the evening. inred ' ," ""'Vf J0""'1' t,le-Athens Kan., item, injuieit person would be able to recover,, s ?.BtV; i " om. . 'ir t"e uamages Th(iy say WOO(1 aicohoi maUos a flI1P s' i w II bn w, "m,:V Vi "' U 18 week-end drink. You drink it on Fri session ot the -Massachusetts legislature. low U.77Stat?s lea,r0m thaU 'H Wou,1 ,Iard,J' Pa' U,e "rha'ul Charges. ' ' ' ' FIVE hard-pressed bandits held up a train in ltufTalo and robbed seven Pull- man passengers of ."5 157. Quite a haul, ! v hen you consider that these passengers had paid their berths and transporta- Ilerald. Arrohatic Pedestrians. (Harre Times.) In order to escape death, pedestrians in Hurlington are forced "to become acnv tion. l.oston i.ii s ami gymnasts. A young woman tailed to dodije an automobile and when Old Poem, i:"; ow J'" gasped the bumper I always love the winter tL'ibfnTl Rt 7'nM1ra',c I'-tance. With all its ice and snow, ?. ; - r ?' ' f:nod ,hVf froin w"rlw" Ht,l hate to wear mv flannels " i""' irom oearn, nv nor acrobat ic Ptunt..The -reports do not Ktato what t ere r ' iVZ 'r L,.' "- i . would be no more than right for think they have the ri V w 'v 1 .t.n?.'Bn??0... L the .mOVin Ilcture ervthintr . i," -i" "V i l,u ar -at "nnrop wnere a man re IJecause they itch me no. even over the dead bodies r victims. ,ni. (lf th b.ii-.i uiej aie wining to give the pedestrians NEW DISPLAY OF TANLAC BiG HIT Unique and Attractive Dis play of Celebrated Medi- . cine attracts Much Attention This is the day to settle that election bet. The Republic of Panama celebrates its 17th anniversary today. Chief Justice White of the Supreme court of the United States is 75 years old today. ;.. Tdthnore today will observe the 150th anniversary of the birth of James Whit held, fc. urth Roman Catholic archbishop of t' at city. . ' -!.! . ... . imit toaay win observe the anmver-i An advertising display which has at- eaiv of trie Sicuincr of thp nrmiatico witli ' a. i .. i i i i , , . r " . x " iruuieu unusual iiiifrpsi una urrn iavru Austria which was the signal for, the in the show-window of the Urattleboro close of the great war. j Dnjg Company, the local agency for the Ihe twenty-fourth annual convention well-known and highly successful proprie i i eorgm federation of Women's tary medicine, Tanlac. clubs will meet at Atlanta today for a The display is not only interesting from session of three days. Jan advertising standpoint, but is educa- Teachers' salaries and other important tional, combining in an attractive and ar educational problems of the day will be tistic manner beautiful scenes from many considered at the annual convention of foreign countries where the ingredient the Minnesota Educational association, of this preparation are obtained, which is to be opened today in St. Paul.! nas occasioned such favorable corn Three delegates have been appointed to nient in the city that the proprietors of represent the United States at the gen- the store state that it will remain in their eral assembly of the International Insti-j window several days longer. tute ot agriculture, which is to begin its sessions today in Rome. Work of Great Artist. The display is the work of one of In The Day's News. .'America's greatest lithographic artists Edward Douglass White, who is in line aml the manufacturers of Tanlac atat for congratulations today on the occasion that the total cost will exceed $G0,000, of his seventy-fifth birthday, will within which is said to be a record price for win another month have completed ten vears low displays. It is in 10 distinct and of service as Chief Justice of the Supreme natural colors, and presents Hcenes from court of the United States. He became t,le Rocky Mountains, as well as from an associate justice of this venerable, and Europe, Asia, Peru, Egypt and other for powerful judicial body in 18U, his ap-R" countries. pointment being by favor of President The natives are seen in their natural Cleveland. In December, 1910, he was habitat and environment, gathering the made chief justice, succeeding Melville W. roots, herbs and barks that form the me Fuller. Justice White is a Louisiauian, dieinal ingredients of Tanlac, packing veteran of the Confederate army, and a them upon the backs of camels, elephants. Democrat. In the civil war he made a llamas and other beasts of burden for creditable record, and when the cause he transportation by land and sea to the iru had fought for went down at Appomat- mense laboratories at Dayton, Ohio, and tox. he turned to law as a profession. Walkerville, Canada. Politics and legislative service came later; ne of the most striking features of th tho latter as a member of the state sen- display is the reproduction of the mag ate and n a member of the United States nifioent laboratory at Dayton. Here the senate. He also had a team as associate artist has very effectively and impres justice of the supreme court of Louisi- sively portrayed the popularity of Tanlac air which disclosed his qualifications for by introducing a group of people in all judicial duties. ' j walks of life, who are looking at the Tan- j lac laboratory with expressions of confi- Tcdaj"s Anniversaries. 'dence. plainly indicating their belief and 179 William fullen P.ryant. the poet, faith in the medicine. born at Cummington, Mass. Died Another distinctive feature is the bulle in Xew York city, June 12, 1S78. tins accompanying the display. They tell 19GTj Pearl M. Craigie ("John Oliver briefly and concisely of the marvelous Hobbes"), celebrated author, born growth and development cf Tanlac until in Boston. Died in London, Aug. today it has the largest sale of any medi H. lfKXV fine of its kind in the world. These bul- i?70 Iiistnarck offered France an armiV- letins alsr quote various standard medi tice fif 25 days for the election of a cal authorities as to the therapeutic national assembly. value and physiological effect of the mcdi- 1P92 Fortv-f.ve thousand cotton mill op- ci.ie. cratives in Lancashire went on 60,000 Hot ties a Day. SPrt-?ir2te"trnnsmission cf electric pow , Frm these bulletins one also learns or from Niagara Falls to Ruff-ln. 'at the new Tanlac laboratories at Day-loo-sound money parade of pVl.fW on and aktf(ryp have a combined daily voters in Xew York city. .capacity of t,(HH bottles and that the 1903 The Republic of Panama was pro- mhcine is .welling at the rate of ap (.aiTrPij pioximately KMKXUHM) bottles per year. Germany conceded a free hand to Tliat Tanlac 'is a preparation of excep l'rance in Morocco in exchange for "T"8' m(,rit has never been disputed, a portion of French Congo. : v,,!fh unts for its tremendous popu- ilarity and large sales throughout the Ore Year Agr Todiv. Icmntry. It is a powerful reconstructive Chd, announce, adhesion to the lo. ajar- of nations. . the entire system. Many strong local Sr-iate re'ected the Lodge proposals to endorsements from those who testify as eliminate the Shantung provisos from lo th, beneMt they received have appeared the Peace treaty. - . in the oalumns of this paper. 1 - ; - U The manufacturers of -Tanlac are firm Todav's liirthdays. ! believers in newsnaner advertising mH Duke of Brahant, heir apparent to the have forcibly presented to the public the .,f : .T.. 1 -. . " 1 " "'-, v.... . 1.1. , . . ... ..:. . i . - ceiuiy oroprxM ueau wuiie looKin? at a -ni;- . i,, k.,, nnm iq venra mciiis vi ineir proauct in rnis war. The .. niii r H, .- ion t ot Tho irirn is all ; i ., lciltl:i (umiir, " 4i . . . v" .... i, . rticiiire rMMrii Kimwn i itiiv t n to l w-iiqt- . , -iiiiai Hnnuni nnnrrmrmtinn the film was. Nothing like Preparedness. Many farmers are hauling out crib So Did Ye. (Boston Olobe.) Well its come at last. A department lumber. Aurora Advertiser store asks. "What are vou going to wear; - to the tolls?" If this brisk weather keeps. Pen Note. on, weie irank to say that were going to wear ours. Article Ten. (Burlington News.) A western couple have just had their tenth child, a 12 pound loy. They ought i o ije sausiied with Article 10 auvwav. Mrs. 'Will Welch was bit by a hog last week and is unable to get around much at this writing. Oakland news. Seott Ferris, who has Wen elected. T'nite.l Stntos senator from Oklahoma,) " - born at Neosho, Mo., 43 years ago today.! Edward Douglass White, chief justice of the Supreme court of the United States, born in the parish of ' Lafourche, Louisiana, 75 years ago today. The Aristocratic Apple. Put land Herald.) No aple need regret that it can't en us me in cider when it can bring its Kio- a .,;.rl-ei. Tulip is wondering if Etta Bear at tended the game supper last week. Sh ! , anything more Mr. and Mrs Arl C. Faucet t visited 1 Mr. and Mrs. Coy Combs one night last I week, until bod time. Iloberg item. ! 11 There are still some people who know S VERMONT NEWS. if Iieominster, Mass., 1ms Karl O. Lee accepted th academy, ni N 'j'i''"1 If" l l'"t'r who K"es lo '-ancaster, when to go home, This Must Have Ileen the Death of SomeloIy. The funeral has been opened by the Little Benny's Note Book By LEE PAPE. We was having joggriffy in skool to day and the windows was open and it fc't almost as mutch like summer as wat hiErliwnv ilciinrtint.t .if tli o.,nf-i,,f ' umnion- A.u nml 1 lmdent studied mv ie pnncipalship of Mardwick of the "abutment to a bridge in Itridtre- homework and 1 was afraid maybe I aie vacant by the resignation! water. Kutland Herald. - mite not be able t make up a anscr in Of 2l4 children in the schools ..f Wl lingford. have beiMi vacciu.ite.l 1,. cause of the nrevalence of vim.illn.iT- in - ... ... ituuanu ami nearby towns, ami the re maining child lias an excellent excuse for not doin- so. SIIOE-OLOGY. The public will be interested in the announcement that retail shoe prices have been reduced anywhere from $." to .j a pair on ordinary shoes and the shoe trade expects they will go even lower. Equally interesting is the atti tude of the shocmen towards the reduc tion in prices as expressed by Everett B. Terhune, general manager of tho Boot and Shoe Itecorder, in a recent is sue of that magazine. He said in part : A stubborn pocket book silences all ar gument. Its owner is, in the last analy sis, judge and jury. The average Amer ican citizen who conceives a quoted price to be greater than his or her abil ity to pay is usually quite as pliable in The rain of election day was disagree able, but it might have lcon worse. In Minnesota and Dakota there were snow falls of from three inches to a foot in depth. The carpenters of the building trades association are so interested in the "build your own home" movement that they are demanding 1.30 an hour be ginning January 1. "Misfortunes never come singly." Rut land now reports several cases of ty phoid fever along with its smallpox epidemic. If the result of yesterday's vote wasn't to your liking you can try again in four years. Wonder if November has. brought along that second Indian summer? Ycrniont Might Do Worse. (Burlington News.) With the increase in the number ot ' casualties'' in the ranks of the pedes trians, due to misadventures with auto mobiles, it becomes apparent that at some time in the future measures will have to be taken looking towards a better protection of the individual who is forced to walk, and especially measures looking towards the better chance for a i pedes trian to obtain redress in case of an ac cident which is no fault of his own. As it is now, with so many The Ouecn City Cotton eoinn.iiiv tTin. larjrest textile manufacturing- mi Liu Burl ington, has announced to its employees that the mill will shut down for an indefinite period commencing Saturday.' The rea son assigned for the shutdown is lack of orders. The federal board of vocational educa tion is to have a "clean-up" campaign from November S to 11 at American le gion hoadouarters in St. .Tnhnsbiiiv. News is news. So whv sniff at the announcement in the West Winfiehl, (N. Y.) Star that "Miss Grace and Amelia (Jarlick of New Berlin are guests of their sister, .Airs. I. ;. Pugh." Springfield Union. How this reminds us of our old home on the banks of t lie Onion far away. An Informal Affair. The bridegroom wore the conventional i.i i. . . ... ... noun., except rne coar. winch, it lcing a warm day. he had left at home. From a Kansas paper. A Typographical Error Explained. In last week's items we spoke of II. W. Koewing having his house and barn "rodded." and that Henry Horstman did the work. the typesetter made ns sav Cases of men living in Coos, Carroll and he had his house and barn robbed and Grafton counties, New Hampshire, and Henry Horstman did the work." Henry Kssex, Orleans, Lamoille, Caledonia,' is our lightning Kod Man and we know rrankim, Washington and Orange conn- he would not think of doing an act o ties, ormont, will bo considered at this that kind, and wo are sure sorrv it so time. Ihe purpose of the campaign is to aptoared. and we certainly owe Henry clean up all pending cases in order to de termine whether or not applicants are entitled to vocational training. Very Rude, Indeed. "I'm not going to that woman bar ber's again; there's a rude girl there, don't you know. Why, she looked at my moustache, and asked me If I would have It sponged off or rubbed In." Edinburgh Scotsman. Foolish, Indeed. When Billy returned from Inspect ing the new twins next door he looked admiringly at his birthday cae that auntie was fronting, and remarked: "Wasn't them kids foolish to be in such a hurry to go and get horned the same day! Now they kin only have one birthday, an' they might have bad two." Immunrty From Second Attack. The United States public health ser vice says that It Is well known that an attack of measles or scarlet fever or smallpox usually protects a person against another attack of the same disease. To some extent this appears irresponsible to be true also of Influenza. Just bovr drivers flitting and mvvering about when i long such protection lasts Is not for life, what happens;; lie am brin,le-i "JUMU' an apology. Aurora Advertiser. We'll bet Henry was mad as hops. Owing to the high price of butter. Aunt Sarah is going to make her own hereafter and has ordered a gallon of buttermilk left twice a week. A young man not far from here still takes his best girl to ride behind the old horse despite these flivverous days. He says, Speed am t no object. Cause anil Effect. The Ed ' Fitters", upent Sunday with the (Jeorge Moorcs at Oakland. They spent the day eating watermelon and visiting. I'd Fitters was real sick Monday night and Tuesday. Grovoland items. A Millville girl has been sleeping seven days, and Will White thinks that if they will tell her the breakfast dishes are washed and wiped and put nway, she may stretch and yawn and show signs of waking. Jewell Republican, i How the Old Folks Will Enjoy It. The Old Ladies' Home, at 77 North Main street, will hold its annual har vest festival tomorrow. The Home will SYaSir .MB--s. iAJh U U '.i- Rutland Herald. case Miss Kitty asked ir.e a question, and all of a suddin I had a ideer to get out erly. thinking. (I. Ill ack as if I thawt I was sick and maybe Miss Kitty will tell mo to go home and go to bed. And I started to put my hand on my forhod and quick take it away agen as if it eouldent stand the hot lever, ana after a wile Miss Kitty sed. Benny Potts, wot in the world do you think you re doing? T must be sick, I sed. Nonsents. wy. wats the matter with vou? sed Miss Kitty, and I sed. It feels something like the ineezles coining on. My goodniss, sed Miss Kitty. And she quick came down to my desk and everybody started to look jellis on ac count of thinking I was going to get out early, and Miss Kitty put her hand on my forhed, saying. Do you feel enj fever ? Iots, I sed. And she kopp her hand there a minnit. saying. O I see. and do you feel cny other simptons of meezles, are your elbows stiff? Yes mam. awfill stiff, I sed. Have you got suddin panes in the end of your nose? sed Miss Kitty. Yes mam. suddin as enything, I sod. Youre suffering from acute imagina tion, thats wats the matter with you. young man. sippose you stay an hour after skool and see if that will make you feel better, sed Miss Kitty. Wich I did. making me feel worse in sted of better. FIRE and LIFE Insurance Strong, Reliable Companies Sanford A. Daniels Crosby Block, Brattleboro BROOKS HOUSE G. E. Sherman Managa Worked for One. In n little settlement upstate a number of the property owners had been talking about Incorporating ocd making a town. So they called a mnss meeting for the people to voice their opinions. Only one man opposed It. He said: ''Gentlemen, I am not hi for making n corporation of this place. My reason Is this; I worked for one of them corporations once." Indianapolis News. Self-Reliant Home Doctors is what women are called who all over this broad land make their annual collec tions of roots and herbs and rely uiwn recipes which our pioneer mothers found dependable for different family ailments. In one of these recipes, Lydia K. Pink ham's Yeeetable Oomnound had its orizin All the larger political parties in the'and so successful has it proved that there new republic of Czecho-SIovakia give the is hardly a city, town or hamlet in women members places in their councils, j America where some woman who has including the executive and administrative 'been restored to health by its use does bodies, both central and local. I not reside. Adv. Clear Policies REASONABLE RATES General Insurance Agency GEO. M. CLAY DANK BLOCK, BRATTLEBORO Thomas T. Brittan Fire Accident Insurance Liability Life Wiidsr Bldg., Brattlf btrro