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THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY REFORMER. FRIDAY., OCTOBER 7. 1921.
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS 5 cents a"fine first insertion;" 2 & cents a line "each subsequent insertion. Cash in Advance. Minimum Charge, 20 cents. WANTED ""WANTED G iris at the White Mfg. Co., "- 172tf FOR SALE WANTED Stock Farm, Tel. 227-Y. to winter. Scott lS'l-tf WANTED Girl for work. 14 Chapin St. general house-lSS-tf WANTED Three unfurnished rooms, heated. Harry Bazan, 02 Green St. ...... is-l?9 or WANTED Apartment, at once. Two three rooms with bath. - Tel. lU-. FOR SALE Dry wood. Perley Tlante. Tel1334-4: 7-tf FOR SALE Cotton flour sacks 25 for $1.50. 97 Main St. '.- 13G-tf FOR SALE House at 3 Chapin St. Tea rooms. Call 173 M. 177tf FOR SALE Silo in good condition. D. E. McElhinny, Tel. 751. 180-188 WANTED Girl or woman to help with housework. Tel. 1015-M, 14S Canal St. 180-tt WANTED Competent help for general housework. Mrs. C. A. Harris, 7 North St ltott WANTED Immediately, two wait resses at the Childs Tavern, Wilmington, Xt. 182-187 WANTED Good, medium, heavy, 2 horse truck: Holden & Martin Lumber Co. 16o-tf WANTED An experienced man for running double edger. Box 412, Brattle- boro. " 183-tf WANTED Painting and paper hang ing work at 50c. an hour. L. H. Clark, Tel.004-JL 15S-tf WANTED Six good choppers for cut ting wood. and logs. J. H. Thompson. Brattleboro, Vt. 182-18 FOR SALE---An 8-hopse power gaso line engine. Grant Granite Co. 177tf FOR SALE Perfection oil heater. Has been used once. Telephone G34-M. 187-tf FOR SALE Furniture and ranges new and second-hand, at J. B. Dunton's. FOR SALE Dry hard wood, -chunks or split. E. E. Mather, Tel. 13-5. 174-tf FOR SALE A couple of two-tenement houses on Myrtle street. C. B. Crowell. 40-tf FOR SALE Modern 3-tenement house at 23 Spruce St. Inquire at 230 Elliot St. 170-tf 'FOR SALE Building lots on Bel mont Ave. Inquire 44 Fairview St. Tel. 73-M. 183-188 FOR SALE Building lot cheap, must be sold at once. Address Lot, Reformer office. 187-18H "FOR SALE Parlor coal stove used only last winter. Inquire 9 Myrtle St. Tel. 20 J. 182tf FOR QUICK SALE Cheap, Duplex fr a vf i ryncn -nrnnfrirrnll ' now Tnnnivu WANTED Housekeeper in family of 1Varl St ' ' isfi-tf throp two men and child. Address Box Reformer office. 187-188 ""WANTED 1,000 fowls, 25c. a pound lire weight. Send card, M. Black, Box 283, Brattleboro. 151-tf WANTED Cider apples at Brattle bbro depot Sat. Oct. 8 and Mon. Oct. 10. F. L. Wellman. 181-188 " WANTED Would buy a few fresh cows, also calves, at the market price. II. G. Smith, Tel. 132. 175-tf WANTED A furnished apartment Oct. 1st. Communicate with Mr9. Charles Blafidy, Spofford Lake. 167 tf "' WANTED Middle-aged woman for general housework in family of four. Ad dress Box 77. Reformer office. 187-188 FOR SALE Stewart No. 14 parlor stove. Merle W. Cobleigh, West Chester field,, N. II. 187-tf FOR SALE Upright piano in first class condition, nice tone. Address Piano, Reformer office. ' 17-1S!i FOR bushel. G. E. Rlanchard SALF Potatoes, 1.5) per 10 rods from E. Putney Depot. 181-1 !)3 FOR SALE Hay, Green Mt. potatoes, S. C. White Leghorn yearling hens. Scott Farm, Tel. 227-Y. 1 8M f FOR SALE Squashes. $2.00 per hun dred. $2.50 delivered. II. K. Hamilton, 107 Western Ave. 184-1N0 FOR SALE No. 1 60 cents, per bushel, WANTED By married ; man, general Brattleboro Grain Co. work or position as janitor. Auurehs "Work," care Reformer Office. 180-11)1 heavy old oats, $1.50 per bag. 171-tf WANTED A middle-aged woman for housework' in a family of two adults. Ad dress' Box ' 114, So. Londonderry, Vt. J 183-191 WANTED Two unfurnished, connect ing rooms for light housekeeping. Must be centrally located. Address '"L," care Reformer or 'phone 932-'M. lS2-tf WANTED Salesman with car to call on dealers with low priced G.oOO-mile tire. $100 week with extra commissions. The C. L. Smith Co., South Bend, Ind. 187 WANTED Horses to board by day or week, also transient trade ; feeds 25c. hitches im barn 15c, hitches under shed 10c. Brooks House Stable, Tel. 53-X. 184-tf WANTED To hear from producers of fine quality apples and winter vegetables. I will self on "reasonable commiaFion- -.-Supply the home market first. Tel. G01-R. M. A. Stark, Brattleboro. Vt. 180-191 FARM WANTED Twenty to 60 acres. Good buildings. Fruit, sugar or chard and timber. Price must be low. Let-me know what you have anyway; it may be the one I will want. Address F. O. Briggs, general delivery, Brattleboro. 180-188 FOR SALE Kitchen coal range, hot water front, first class condition. E. L. Knowlton,73 Central St. 170-tf FOR SALE Six thoroughbredWhite Leghorn cockerels from first-class laying strain. A. J. Tate, Tel. 9-2. 187-192 FOR SALE Dry hard wood, "stove length, $12 per cord, cash on delivery. E L. Par menter, Guilford.JTt 1S3-188 FOR SALE Dry rock maple wood in chunks or stove lengths $12 cord "deliv ered. E. D. Swain, So. Newfane, Vt. 187-201 FOU SALE Mixed 4 ft and stove wood. Harold Bryant. Homestead Farm. ("Lesterfield, N. II. 'Phone 19-13. Spof- tord. is,)-l.t7 FOR SALE Smith visible typewriter, model No. 9, nearly new. Rupert Harris. West Brattleboro, Tel. 211-3. Call after 7 tt. m. n , . --ri 172-tf WANTED Make extra money easily. Sell -our accident and sickness policies in your spare time. $5,000 Death. $25 weekly benefit for $10 yearly. Address, Mgr. Sales Agents, Premier Dept. Box 256, West Swanzey, N. II. C. W. Hinds. 184-189 SPECIAL NOTICES HAVE GOOD TEAM, 1 sleighs and wagon. Want steady .tjob. Coady, Pep perell, Mass. 184-191 CHIROPODIST Dr. Briggs at Dr. Bailey's office, 207 Barber block, 'phone COO. Residence 439-J. 182-tf DRYILRD WOOD for sale sawed in stove lengths. $12.00 a cord delivered. William Reid, Box 87, Route 3, Brattle boro. 1S0-188 BARGAINS IN MAGAZINES Most favorable terms on single subscriptions or on reduced club rates. Send for booklet. Brattleboro News Go. THErFIFTH AVE. CORSET CO.. INCL has secured nattie Warren, 127 Main St., to demonstrate their latest FOR SALE We are now readv to de liver a nice lot of strictly dry slab wood. Also mixed four L foot wood. Holden & Martin Lumber Co. 153-tf FOR SALE Mixed wood, $10 per com tor cnunks, -M- per cord for split. All orders cash on delivery. Crvstal Springs Ice company. 182-187 FOR SALE Four-weeks'-old pigs $4. ensilage cutter and blower mounted on trucks, to be purchased at your own price. G. J. Perkins & Son. Tel. 9-22, 150-tf FOR SALE Cement brick. 1,000, JU.UUU, or U.j.000. Make permanent ever lasting chimney when lined with tile, bet ter draft less subject to creosote. C. E Allen. 179-197 FOR SALE Aprons, towels, handker chiefs, holders. Also aprons made to or der and quilts tied to order. Twentieth Century club, West Brattleboro. Tel. ii-yi. . 180-187 FOR SALE Best quality potatoes, $1.75 bushel delivered, carrots, $1.25 bu. delicious squash, 3 cts. lb. cabbage 2. cts. lb. D. H. Wright, West Brattleboro. Tel. 13-2. 183-1S8 FOR SALE A new No. 0121 Crawford furnace, never been installed. Will sell at a sacrifice for quick sale : first come. tirit Korvoil Aforl. W Vh!o;rh U'oa 1-tf Chesterfield. N. II. ; 1s--tf models in corsets. Write or 'phone 579-M. 169-193 MIDDLE-AGED AMERICAN woman wants position as cook in small hotel or boarding house. No other work. State wages. Address "Worker", Reformer of fice. 184-187 ALL WOOL KNITTING YARN for pale, direct from manufacturer, at 75c, $1.25 and $1.50 a pound. Postage paid on $5 orders. Write for samples. II. A. Bartlett,1 Harmony, - Me. 162-188 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 New fane, Vt. " 1-tf OCTOBER IS HERE Just a few more weeks' and the frosty winds of win ter will be? chilling you through. Be prepared to resist" them by sending or at FOR SALE While they last, pota toes at my home $1.50, to be delivered .!.. per bushel; also cabbages -arid winter turnips. John Warren Hamilton, ernon. Vt. TeL 78-23. 1S3-188 FOR SALE An extra- nice drivin horse, age 7, weight 1090, color dark Lav. good roader, with a half, mile' record of l.l(" ui a Concord buggv. See G. I Higgins, Hinsdale, N. II. Tel. 12-lX. ' 180-187 FOR SALE A carload of West Iiiver Valley potatoes, extra fine quality, will arrive soon. I will deliver at less than retail price. Order your winter supply now- while they are cheap. Tel. 601 -R. M. A. Stark. 181-191 FOR SALE One Ford car in fine con dition. or would exchange for horses; one Rockwell & Sherwin buggy, one Concord buggy, driving harness, one pair black horses, weight 2,100.- Brooks House Stable. Tel. 53-X. 184-tf FOR SALE One Ford truck, good one, one dump cart and hn??v. four st of oringing in your inrs a c once lor repair; oiacKsmitli too s .am! yi-Iipp r n-hts t,u, and remodeling. We repair, remodel.! new Sarbeii wheels. 40 Olid v)lfll and make all kinds of fur garments, also! all kinds of furniture, some very nice ma- ran ana inaKe up turs from skins you furnish. R. L. Bordeaux. Furrier and Taxidermist, 32 Central Square, Keene. ! il- l. 105-tf ' LOST. LOST In West' Chesterfield, N. IL, two sheep. Finder notify Glenham Jones. ' - - ' 190-192 LOST Sept. 23, bone rimmed, gold bowed spectacles in -; large black case. Finder please , return to desk at J. E. Mann's store. ' ' 183-tf LOST Saturday afternoon Vecder hub odometer between Brattleboro and Dum merston Center. Finder please notifv Mr. Shaw of the Telephone Co. i79-tf hogany antiques. Tel. 017-M. 180-tf Wanted Trucking to Do Young man with, nse of Ford truck de. sires work out of school hours. Telephone 143-W., WANTED TO RENT Furnished house, 7 rooms, from November to June. Miss Addie M. Bailey, 108 Canal St. lS5-tf TO RENT Six room tenement, sec ond floor, at 27 Western Ave.. November Wl mff oriH tnwifk n ctnrA'frst I'bone 7L'U-M. 184-18!) FOR SALE, HORSES We will arrive Oct. i with express load of horses. Will have pair blue roan mares 32(HJ; two pair grays 2700 to 3000; five pair bays i!000 to 3200; balance single horses 1100 to JiRHJ lbs. JLhese hordes are all young, sound, good, broke and ready for "work. All horses sold are warranted as repre sented. .Guilford & Wood Horse Co., F. S. Wood, Prop., Shelburne Falls,' Mass. Tel. 19-3. 180-1 TO RENT TO RENT Room. -218 Elliot St. " 187-1SS TO RENT Room up stairs. 0 Clark St. 183-188 TO RENT Room, Mrs. G. W. Hud son, 4 Spring St. 1S5-190 TO RENT A three-room apartment, all furnished. Tel. 617-M. 180-tf TO RENT Two or three rooms for light housekeeping, centrally located Call 391-W. 184-180 Address "Willing,'' Reformer Office I lO i;t. r iurmshed room, conven iently located, woman preferred. Ad dress Box IS, Reformer office. 174-t SIMONDS SAWS'" Complete siock of. Simonds high grade hand saws, .Si monds cross-cut and Simonds files. , VERMONT NEWS. ': The Simonds garment"'0 factory in Swanton began , operation last Monday morning with about 60 girls at work, besides overseer and machinAile. . . ' ' - tn'" ' .. . Tho TlTirlino-ton Vi-.arT rvf oKlprmATi nt their regular meeting this week, voted to set1 aside a portion r' North beach as ; a camping ground for automobile tourists. ' Vnder the . auspices of the 'Wpmaaa lllage Improvement society of Lnbs burg Falls u ,verv successful 'Coinmunitv day .and street carnival was ' heJtl Uetinesuay.. : CHAS. F. fyiANN SS Main TEL 3 88 Mala Antostrop Stfetr Raiort 39-Day Free Trial. Carl A. Mitchell UNDERTAKER Lady Attendant 180 Main Street ' Telephone 831 V or 83-l-K F've survivors of the jlutland com pany of . the 12th regiment , of . Vermont volunteers got together Tuesday and had a banquet. The'oldest of" the "five is 80, tne youngest, 79. The village of East Franklin - was threatened "with serious fire damage yes tefday morning about 7 o'clock when the hoiwe. shed and barn of W. E. Han ver were destroyed by fire. Had there been a wind the church and manv other nearby houses would have been de Brattleboro Garage AUTHORIZED SALES AND SERVICE STATION FORD MOTOR COMPANY PARTS AND ACCESSORIES We have a good runabout chassis that has lots of power, good tires, and is registered in Vermont ready for every day hard work. This runabout will make anybody a good light truck or a first -class founda tion chassis for a speedster. Take it home for $135 John E. Smith & Company i -t.!" v. . . - Corner Main and High Streets BRATTLEBORO, VERMONT Household Furniture At Auction As I am breaking un housekeeping I will sell my household goods at public auction to tlic highest bidder on Saturday, October 8 1 O'clock P.' M. At 22 South Main. Street Bra((IelMro, Vt. These goods will be at 4G Main street until day of sale. One oak sideboard ; one round oak din ing s table, dining chairs, six ; rocking chairs. Eslev nrsrnn. Virfnr ViVtrnhi with live dozen records, writing desk and book case combined, bed couch, Daven port. Morris chair, centre table, two art squares, largo tapestry wool carpet, large mirror, vacuum carpet sweeper, telephone stand, curtains and draperies, clock, books anil pictures. ( Three white cham ber suites with springs and mattresses, blankets, sheets, quits, spreads, pillows and linen. Toilet sets, several snufll rugs, (Jlenwood range, famous Summit range, gas and coal combined;' two parlor coal stoves, two-burner blue flame oil stove, oil heater, electric tint iron. Eddy re frigerator, two kitchen tables, kitchen chairs, step-ladder, dishes, 'jars, agate ware. Many articles not herein men tioned. Terms cash. ' JOHN M StRATTON. A. G. Gallup, Auctioneer. Lo!Vell& Telfer Brattleboro's Oldest Reliable Hardware Store XI I 1 iWhataBut iYoui'Roof V F jrou am about la re-thiogle your hoiue, or -to tuy roof . corering for yaut new home, it w3I -; bo to your dauie to coaader Rex'SlripShiniles LOWEST INSUR.VNCE RATES Your buildings are only as good as their roofs. A well covered roof means "both PROTECTION .YSIIJI'RESERVATION LOVELL :& TELFER 110 LIN STREET , SATISFACTORY 6HRVICK st roved, as' the' 'shortage of water made it impossible to extinguish5 theU tire. NOTICE ! To Ice Consumers Our ire supply is practically exhausted and this is to ask all our patrons to con serve their ice and do with as little as possible. All those wlio can do without will confer a favor on us, and on people who must have it, by discontinuing its use the remainder of the season. We have bought several carloads from wholesale dealers and are informed by them today that their supply is very nearly all gone and that there is doubt about their supplying us more than another week or so as there is no ice they can buy any where. We can probably supply our regular customers from two to four weeks longer, but after that unless people conserve or do without now, ice will be practically an unknown article. Crystal Springs Ice, Wood and Trucking Co. 1? "?! Mrs. Martha Calef-White ELECTRIC NEEDLE SPECIALIST For the Removal of Hair and Moles Twenty-five Years Experience. Will be at Miss Griffin's Toilet Parlor, Brattleboro. Vt., October 10-13: .Dost on office, 2 Park .Square, corner Uoylston street, Room 33. Stove Wood FOR SALE Having purchased a quantity of wood from a customer of ours, we are prepared to fill orders promptly. Terms cash. Telephone your orders to 610.' DeWITT GROCERY CO. Which Costs More? To Have Insurance and Not Need Tt -or- Not Have It Geo. M. Clay General Insurance Agency Bank Block ' Brattleboro, Vt. The Vermont Dartmouth Association nf Alumni will stage- one -of-, their sue cessful reunions at Montpelier, Oct. 12, Professor 'Bartlett and President Hop k?ns of the college with a delegation from the Glee club are but a part ot tlo3 fine program arranged by - Judge Stithgate of Woodstock, president of the association. William, B. Thomas, 87, of Keene, N II.. a C ivil war veteran, died (ct. 3 at the Soldiers' home in Bennington. Vt He is survived bv two daughters', Mrs llattie Stowell of Orange, .Mass., and Mrs. Thomas H. Barlow of Keene, one brother, ,loln Thomas of lhnsdale Thomas served in the Civil war 10 Co. C '2d Vermont regiment. L. H. Lucas, aged ..3 years, a hackman In sit .1 , l i n -l,u r :n l'iitiMi tin liv two unidentified men who attempted to rob him at his home on Hastings hill Mon day morning. No loot, was obtained and the would-be burglars were frightened away. Mr. Lucas was injured on one arm In- :i ili:iir with whieh fitie of-the strangers attempted to strike liim over the lieail, a door DreaKJii? ine ioree oi the blow. ) i : " " --. ' .' .T !, ?-. ... . t , ,f . . r ' f t' i.-ll ;VERIONT':JNVESTMENT COitPORATION k 'INVESTMENT SECURITIES -' - - ' . List of Current Offerings Furnished' , on Application. . Phone 55 j Room 1," American Bldg., Brattleboro Jitney From South Lon donderry to Brattleboro Stopping at each town on the way. . I.eave Iondimderry .at f ,a. m. Due in Brattleboro at. 9 ani. ' Leave Brattleboro at ti p.; m. " ELMER TURNER ' FOR SALE i,Io i Dry Hard Wood F. Coombs & Sons Tel. 724-W FOR SALE Dodge Roadster. 15)19 model, In Al con dition. Will take Ford in, trade. Wrife, phone or ;calt -II.. T. BACON, 9 Cfinal Street FOR SALE Brown Mare, 7 Yrs. Old Weight 1,200 A chunk, guaranteed sound and right, fair driver and good worker single or (iouLle. C. A. DeWilt. Hinsdale. Ni II. Brattleboro 'Phone FRANK A. SNOW yiolin Teacher Call Tel. C76-M -10 Putney Road Husband and Wife My wife makes me get up early in the morning. A. II. T. B., Jr. What Ioes Your Wife Do? Copyright, 1921, George Matthew Adams Ladies' and Gentlemen's Clothes CLEANED, PRESSED AND ALTERED Satisfaction Guaranteed Prompt Service Brooks House Barber Shop Notice Public Auto Service i , Day or Night New Cleveland-Six. L. I. Snow, Tel. 30-W, or Tel. 675 nights and .Sundays. Office 35 Main St. : - ' RUTH AiAlJyWlN . PabBe Stenographer i " ' TYPING ; v.'i'"-.'.. of all kinds X Room 27' American BIdf. Office 411 Rea;;74-M ! G. W. CUSHMAN 127 Main St, Ground Floor .Tel. 239 Buy, sell or exchange Old gold, sil ver, .watches, diamonds, guns, sporting goods, tools, talking machines and rec ords, antiques. Held glasses, musical in struments, books .Tools sharpened, as knives, scissors, saws. etc. CARL F. CAIN MERCHANT TAILOR 159 Main Street UJCarney's Auto Service: 21 THOMAS STREET Telephone 6S1-R P.laekleir in a herd of cows belonging to Klli 11. Oranton of Ira has caused the leath of several, just how many is not yet known fjr a number of head liave been missinsc for a month and a search this week - revealed nearly all of them dead in, the pasture, (hit of 2"t head turned' out. onlv 1H bavp v ben I'liuml tip 1 4 ii r. They ntiCu.,B)Htiy all high grade registered Holbein? A move is on foot' here to again re vive the defunct Swanton Weekly Cour ier which a few months ago suspended publication because of lack of the nec essary suiiKrt to make it a paying prop- usilioif. Six Swanton citizens have pur chased what is known as the lobm block here including the former Courier plant. No definite plans have yet been announced but it seems probable that the Swanton Courier will again be pub lished within a fejy weeks, if present plan materialize. . Tlv-rj" !?!." and game warden in the state was in the woods last Saturday by instruction from Fish and Game Com missioner II. 1. Sheldon, who has de cided upon patrolling the. entire state on certain days as a means of better en forcing the fish and game' laws. Kaeh warden was given a section to patrol. The plan has never leen tried before, but its results were remarkably suc cessful in the apprehension of violators of the hunting and fishing laws. ITe ports are still being received of arrests at that time. Si recently car cub shot out car- Koicures and gourmets dined on bear meat from the ensse of a mother bear and her which Kugene Batch of Lunenburg in the. Lunenburg woods while walking with his voting son. Ilaldi rivd along his double-barrel shotgun. loaded with No. C bird shot, in case they should stir up a partridge. Suddenly a young bear appeareil, ahead of him and he emptied a shell in Bruin's body. The: animal rolled, oer dead. As Balch started for the carcass, his son shouted, "There's another bear! " The angry mother had appeared on the scene and she started to charce as Balch shot her with Ins second sheu. 1 nis is tne lourtn bear that has been shot in this vicin ity in a week. I'sing a sclf-hiade noose, formed from strips of the blanket from his cot, Kr nest Venette. 16. youthful desperado, who was recaptured and placed in Cale donia County jail Wednesday afternoon after a sensational davlight escape from the Lamoille county "ail at Hyde Park several days ago. attempted' to. commit suicide in his cell shortly after 9 o'clock yesterday morning. Edward W. Xea- land, a fellow prisoner, discovered the boy in the" act of taking his life and ""'mediately notified Sheriff Wilbur II. Wort hen who summoned the aid of a physician, i An examination disclosed that the youngster had not - proceeded far enough in his suicide attempt to ctukc any- sn-ious- affect iTrfonT"hiS health. A close watch, however, is being fnade over the"bor- to prevent his doing! fur ther ttainage to himself. ' -.-...... URKEJi KlKK .i ' Hay Gates is making cider at his faill this season. -' i-;,' XMlert Nail of Wilton,- Y., culled on:. Mes. Ellen Miner Sunday; i ', "vlrs. Henry Stower''Kfe'd. towc ; an.r tncnds were in toraimdity for a prief Mr. and Mrs. Frank ,3IenryF; keep ing housein .tlie Frd. Stowe house, Jmjw owned bi- Byron Henry. Mrs. Agnes Defplly of THnsdale,5 N. II.. is visiting her mother, 3Irs. Elsa Gates, and brother, Ray Gates. Henry AY. Greene, representing C- R. Burr & Co., Manchester," Colin., nursery stock, is boarding at W. A' 'Dcnison's. - Ladies Beverly winter union sqits. -silk rimmed, flat lot-k seams --sold fort $3.00 last year, only $1.29 at Luric's Closing Out Sale. Adv. : Mrs. .Ogilvie Gordon uQiicnf Britaliula foremost woiiieh seienlists, has accept ed an invitation to become a candidate for Parliament in the next election- t , i . ' o ' o o cr3 o cz o crra o o 3 o cz o rp o oggp'c - on .: . - m. fl Saving Miles of Steps TH a check book and few, postage stamps you can pay tKe monthly bills. Yout can celled, check is a receipt for every bill. - J. It is the safe -and con- ' venient way. As one of our women depositors . said: "Since keeping a ", bank account for house hold expenses, 1 have 1. saved miles of steps, I simply mail my check V fl Peoples National Bank BRATTLEBORO, YT. 4. -f". 0 I) What Progress Demands ! The -modern farmer needs the bank to help him plan ..ahead and to provide the sound financial -' facilities that progress demands. J We are alvvay$ glad to help our farmer friends in -every .posible Avay, and extend to all the best in -' modern banking, equipment. Brattleboro Trust Co. . , ' Brattleboro, Vt. '1 v Growing With Our- Bank 1 Every line of business- Js, a branch of a bank, drawing financial sustenance 'mrough'" bankincj connections of-some" ' kind.' 'Ajpank becomes strong., by haying these strong business branches. The branches grow strong;: by being a part'of the bank: ' i Join yourl tiling business force with .ours and let us all 'grow together for .f , the good of our community. ..--.?tf4 ! . ' . "f m jn rs-rxM aYsr mm Vermont National Bank ' y" , Bratdeboro, Vt. SafetyStrength Service , j 5B3H 3E t 1 :