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THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY REFORMER. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29. 1921.
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS 5 cents, a line first Insertion; 2 cents a line each subsequent Insertion. ' - jit fash In Advancer' Mliumum ChargeSO cents. " WANTED WASTED Girls -at the White Mfg. P ; WANTED Girl for wor V ' 14 hapin St.- general house . - lS3-tf WANTED rAt . once, ..an experienced slate roofer.- C. F. Hawkins., - ZOl-tt "WANTED A few'-: more customers for dairy butter.. LY-M. Lynde Tel. ; y. ,-. , r .. .... .t. v ii)s-ia6 WANTED Good, medium, heavy, i! horse truck. Holden & Martin Lumber Co. lC'-tf FOR SALE FOR SALE Stove wood. Tel. 314-22. 200-217 WANTED Man for general farm work. A. A. Hartford, rutney, Vt. Tel. 12-23. , , 203-tf WANTED Competent help for gen- prat housework. Mrs. C. A. -Harris, 7 Noith St. 202-tf , V WANTED Painting and paper hang ing, work at :50c.-an hour.' L. HV Clark, TeL C-04-M. '"' -! . lo8-tf . FOR SALE Dry wood. Perley Plante. Tel. 334-4. ' 7-tf FOR SALE Two-tenement house. 12 Reach St.? Tel. 52(W. 200;tf Mrs. J. FOR SALE--Baldvin apples. A. larkV' lt l'JU-212 FORSALEAn S-horse power gaso line engine.. Grant Granite Co 177tf FOR SALE Furniture and ranges: new and second-hand, at J. B. Dunton's. - FOH SALE Dry - hard wood, chunks or split. E. E. Mather, Tel. 13-5. 174-tf FOR -SALE Thirty-five tons hay. .In quire of G. L. Hughes, Marlboro, Vt. , , . ..... 202-211 FOR SALE A couple of two-tenement houses on Myrtle street. Ol B, Crowell. ; i ! i ." - 40-tf FOR SALE Modern 3-tenement house WANTED 1,000 fowls, 425c. a pound f at 23-Spruce St. Inquire at 230 Elliot lilack, uox.st. liy-w live weight. Send card, M 2S3, Brattleboro. 151-tf FOR SALE Seven-room house and WANTED A driving horse for its earaee. new inside and outside. Tel. kceuine this winter. 10 Pearl St., sec-,727-J. 'JOl-lMi . . ' dTt- 1 .1111 ond floor: Ttl.-lHl-X. 20.-.-210 FOR must be SALE Second hand lumber, sold at once, will sell cheap. L'OO-tf WANTED-Would buy a few . cows fresh and nearly springers, also calves, at Tel. (J17-M. thj market price. II. G. Smith, lei. Id-. FOR SALE S. C. R. I. Red cockerel ' ioJ-tt froin heavj- laying strain S3 each. II. A. Training E. Mullcr, It. 3. H04-200 cab- WANTED Pupil nurses, School for Nurses State Hospital for Men tal Diseases, Howard, R. I. Address Elizabeth A. Barry. Supt. of Nurses. . , . . . ISO-tf WANTED Woman or school girl to caVe for two babies three nights U to 8 o'clock and two nights to 10.30 o'clock. Pay $2 per week. 222' South Main St. ? '-' " : : t . "..- 05-206 WANTED Man or woman, salary $36 full time 75c. an hour spare time, selling guaranteed hosiery to wearer. Experi ence unnecessary. International Hosiery Mills, Norristown, Pa. WANTED An experienced man for running double eager. One who can! measure v ami mark custom lumber. A steady job for the right man. Holden & Martin Lumber Co. WANTED Man or woman. Salary $36 full time,'' 75c an hour spare time, selling guaranteed hosiery to wearer. Experi ence unnecessary. International Hosiery Mills. Norristown. Pa. 'Jod WANTED Reliable man devote spare time selling trees,, shrubs, plants. Re duced ' prices hring-good business. Per manent jtosit ion, weekly pav. Guaranty Nursery Co., Rochester. X. V. 2(KS WANTED To obtain for rent in northeast quarter of village strictly hrst class single six room house, hardwood floors three. FOR SALE Baldwin apples. bages per lb. at the farm. Dwight Mil Ior,I. J2, Pu t ney,Vt. 1 1 tM f I'Y)R SALE Hard stove wood, split or in chunks. .$12 per cord. II. N. Newcomb, Guilford, Vt. Tel. 17-10. 1J0-2U7 FOR SALE One inch boards, 2x4's and 2"' dimension, ,$32 delivered in Brat tleboro. C. L. Sturtevant, Keene. : 101-221 FOR SALEr-One Crawford range, also gas stove, both in good condition, very rea sonable. M. J. Baker, 13 Highland St. Tel. 3X-X. . i:n-tf FOR SALE Indian Scout motorcycle ; run less than l.GoO miles : in best of con dition. Inquire of W. M. Goldsmith. 8 FOIi SALE No. 10 Itemiugton type writer $35, also other machines for sale and rent. F. C. Brown, ( Bullock St.. Tel. 2;4-.T. l!04-tf I FOR SALE Black mare, good worker, unusually free roader, and safe for woman to drive. F. N. Farnuin, Wil- liamsville, Vt. ' 205-1210 "FOR SALE (Jlenw.KKl range, art square, college cot. old-fashioned wood bed and spring, window shades, piazza boxes. Oakes, 27 Canal St. 202 200 FO IFsaTlE We are now ready to de- heat and plumbing for family of liver a nice lot of strictly dry slab wood. Write Box 333, Reformer office. I Also mixed cord wood sawed stove length. ''.; '"' ' ",- " 204-tf Holden & Martin Lumber Co. 15S-tf WANTED On Friday evening. Nov. FOR SALE Chicopee corn lnisKvr. 4. five girl between- t he dges of six and $50; Letz feed grinder, ?25 ; registered 10 years as photographer's models for a o. L C. brood sow, two years old. .30. particular setting.. ,, Must be of good ap- Arthur O. Howe. Newfane, Vt. 202-210 pearanee and grace, xhose accustomed to v7irTQi"t v inn v..-,) ,,ittIir 77Tt J; r.f.rrp,! T'VrolTt t.nv f n,nA ' I OK SALE 11)11 I ord roadster, just accepted,. 'Phone D. A. Nolin, GG8-M. between' 6 and ''7.30 evenings. 204-210 overhauled; also one Briseo touring car in good condition. Address David B. Houghton. Putney. Vt. Tel. G3-3. WANTED Man with small. car or. 205-222 light team -.'for Brattleboro and surround-1 vT?eTYV JiT7i.io nTTr, . ;,i . hx topns.AVWi.mish the goods, pay lo- rioT, Ld over -TnU office rnt and pav vu a good commis- 1o" -u-g?Ilon antl r- - ',nt sion. If vou are earning less than S30 per a -lo"- ,Kpfr a"1' bftrre1,s 1" le? (?r "d week and would .like' a -davin-the- Jf1"-""1", ' f' v4ar portion; writme,rfoi-ii1terview..F. borp Tel. ss-A. Terms cash. 20.20 B; AmhtcrMgr., 27 . Federal St, CJreen- ITJR SALE Extra nice litter of thor ricbr; tass. , 200-211 onghbred Scotch Collie puppies, 1 weeks WANT F-D Lady of Kood standing in Id- guaranteed cattle dogs and to be good her neighborJliood,:.and member of .some 'to children. Write or- 'phone E. L. Wel church to devote several hours eachme, est Chesterfield, N. II. Tel. nth . to collecting our account, irom 11 x- . mo members of the Mothers' Magazine FOR SALE One dump cart, 1 two- jipuie , rii-uuiiiit nun. .-(mi-uuiu .vtt-i- norse wagon. carriages, driving Iiar- lunity for a lady with a little spare time to earn some extra monev 'each month. The Periodical ;Pubs.' Service Bureau, goo,j I1S I lie., 2W Tremont.St., Boston, Mass. Ttm. qi nrS-X." . SPECIAL. NOTICES ,:(). T. DODGE," Upholsterer, 11 Spruce St.,Tel. 304-11. . 100-tf ""CHIROPODIST Dr. Briggs at Dr. Bailey's office, 207 Barber block, 'phone 606. Residence 439-J. ness, pa:r work harness, pair light driv ing harness, pair mules, and a number of horses. Brooks House Stable, 2)l-tf FOR S 'I i'- - n:ie Ird truck, cuvered, and with cuitniirs. nearly new; one buggy and - hurnii-.s. one Democrat wagon, pair drivinr harness, extra good ones; one forward eiul of a dump cart, and seat. Tel. C17-M. 2'Hitf FOR SALE Delivered anywhere in 182-tf 'Prattleboro, potatoes at .$1.40 bu. No. 1 "fnie fcYrim nf trot . T.vo tr.lor BARGAINS IN MAGAZINES Most with Londonderry bus driver on Main Sf. favorable terms on single subscriptions orjbrijge between 2 and 4 p. m: every dav. on reduced club rates. Send for booklet ! Rbwlej?- & White. 100-tf. Brattleboro News Co. 1-tf "" nf aha -ztv-f-a t't im-rT p tpfsi ' OUR OSOTA FLOUR is made from MAGAZINES-AT LOWEST PRICES selected No. 1 Northern Canada spring Writ me about what . magazines you wh(,at . no other whpat is uwd in thlf want for the coming year. I can get them manufacture of this flour, therefore there for you fltmoney saving prices. Mrs. G.,cannot be anything better. If vou want M. LoveJIaazin -Specialist,-Sooth New- a nBur .su,wrior quality, buy Osota. A fane, v t, 1-tt telephone caTl brings a bagor a barrel tn TUITION Individual or groups day your door. If you are not satisfied with or evening--iri; all - Grammar and High this llppr, your money will be refunded as School work Specializing in Bookkeep- cheerfully as we take it. Brattleboro ing. Commercial' Law. and all branches of ; Grain Company. .Telephone 027. 203-tf English and Mathematics. Wm. Cram, 7Li4den St. 'Phone 358-J. 197-tf i CIVIL" SERVICE "EXAMINATIONS i?rattle"boro November; . Positions $1400- ni.fwwWnrv Vcr -frM, .nartienln-ps. insrrne- I --U lih I TOOm tenement near tin : Vrirp Ti Terrv farmer Civil Spr. ! town. Tel.T)l-M. 20G-tf vice examiner), 155 Continental Bldg., J3 Complete stock of Simonds high grade hand - saws, Si monds crossreut and Simonds files. !J CHA5. F. IMXim 38 Main TEL 38 38 Main Autostrop Safety Razors 30-Day Free Trial. TO RENT TO RENJ-2-Room 14. Forest St. 206-tf Washington, D. C. 205-207 WANTED, WOMEN AND GIRLS We want 25 power 6ewing machine oper ators. Light, 'easy work. Good wages guaranteed." . Bonus paid- each weeli. Board -and room in 'oar "dormitory under supervision of matron. If interested, ap ply at once. Richmond Underwear Co., Richmond, Vt. 201-212 NOTICE TQ THE PUBLIC Having started a baker's r6ute in. the village I wish o . inform the public in general that I "am-ready to serve them to the best of )y vability. I will" cover the territory north of Flat street on Mondays. Wednes days X11(l Fridays and south of Flat street on Tuesdavs, Thursdays and Sattirdavs. I'hilip Fredette, 14 Reed St. Tel. 142-M. 202-tf TO RENT Furnished heat. 22 Frost Place. room, steam ..: 204-200 OCTOBER IS HERE Just a few more Weeks and the frosty winds of win ter will be chilling you through. , Be preiiared 4to r.esist them by. sending or bringing in your furs at once for repait and remodeling.' ; We - repair, temodel, and make all kinds-of fur garments, also tan and make up furs from skins you furnish. R. L. Bordeaux. Furrier and Taxidermist, 32 Central Square, Keene, N. II. . 165-tf SALESMAN FOR'TIGARS: Travel ing. Salary and Expenses or Commission with Drawing Account, "for State of Vt. Must rbe active, ambilkms. energetic. References required-''Man with mles ex perience and acquaintance- .with retail merchants preferred. Former experience in our line not necessary. Good oppor tunity tor rignt man to establish perma nent profitable business. A. Landmark & VoW Denver, la. 206 TO RENT Five-room upstairs tene ment, electric lights. 'Phone 5GG-1 or call at 390 Western Ave. , 105-tf TO' RENT Dry. storage room for fur niture. The Grant Granite Co.. 24-2(5 So. Main Stl, Brattleboro, Vt. 102-tf TO RENT Nov. 1st, modern tene ment at 20 Spruce St. Tel. 300-W. 200-2OS EAT - CHICKEN Spring , hatched roasters. , Weight from iHi to 5 pound's.- Splendid condi tion. -Thirty cents a pound live . . AveighL. Drive, to --..Cent raL Park '. Sunday and lay in a supply for the holidays. Will sell any num" ' ; ber, from one up. J. IL Culver, ' : ',. Vernon; Vt. 200- '' 500 LOADS of LOAM and ' FILLING FREE If Moved at Once Geo. S. Holden -22 Southern Ave. WANTED AT ONCE 100 gallons of FANCY MAPLE SYRUP HEWITT GROCERY CO. FOR SALE Dodge Roadster, 1919 model, in Al con dition. Will take Ford In trade. II. .Write, phone or call. T. DACON, 9 Canal Street Catl A. Mitchell UNDERTAKER Lady Attendant 1 80 Main Street Telephone 831-W or 834-R 1 Brattleboro Garage ' Ni sV AUTHORIZED SALES AND SERVICE STATION FORD MOTOR COMPANY PARTS AND ACCESSORIES The Ford One Ton Truck THE FORI) ONE TON TRUCK combine the reliable FORD MO TOR, the special FORD steel chassis, the aluminum brone worm drive, producing u truck of. unusual M)wcr, capacity and strength a truck that lasts in service; a truck that solves the haulage profdem at a very small operating and upkeep expense. JohnE.Smith& Company Corner Main and High Streets BRATTLEBORO, VERMONT ARMS - PARLEY- TO ' , - . START NOV. 12 Change of Date iy Definitely Determined . t Harding Will .Make Official Ad dress of Welcome. WASIlLNG'mN' 0't.: '20. Definite decision Jo hold the first session of the onferehee oil limitation of armaments on the morning t.f Saturday, November 12, instead of. , ArrLstfr-ir'd'ay:VfiJ)vt; 11, was announced last ii'ight at the tate de p.ii tiuent. 'It was'' found" miKsible to n'Coiicile..eveii nii informal, g:itl(.(;r,uig of tb;o coiifereiicc- m AnhiKtue day-i(k the fenKram ; of rivimniie.j)i'ht'ttidV',y-ith burial of America's mi!ajfny;ji 'ofdjer, 'l'he conferenct- V ill"' Jbe'Valfexl' ,'to, or der ' by 'f Seeretarjt Hughes ; ayd W weh c'fniiig' aildi-ess to the delegales' by I'res idtMit .Harding witl follnw! . It is expected that "file" conferenee then " wil! 'erf't'' .it organization and iyljo"u,rn ,to take up Us LOVELL & TELFER Brattieboro's oidest Reliable ' . Hardware Store f i; , I-QST. . LOST Monday yatl-estival ball, pair of blue serge, bloomers. Leave at W. J. Pentland's for reward. 205-2O7 LARABEE'S Best Flour Famous for GLUTEN, FLAVOR, ECONOMY : Sold by ;all the leading grocers in Brattleboro and surrounding towns. If it is a bread flour with quality that .y you want, buy LARABEE'S BEST Distributed by Brattleboro Grain Co. 125 ELLIOT STREET ' J Tel. 927 Brattleboro, Vt. THIS IS THE TIME TO C.ET READY FOR THE INDOOR MONTHS What .painting you're going to do this season ,MLST RE DONE NOW. Procrastination means waste and . ile i st met ion. . Preparation nieans preservation and pndits. GET IIl'SY lcfore the stormy days rome and by in vesting money and time in .MAKING REPAIRS yon II have, comfort in the , home, and if the farm buildings are ROOEED AND PAINTED ' tiie stock will have that comfort and care that is ' necessiirv for ; ' PROFITAIiLE I'RODLCTION. The cost of care is always repaid by years of wear. LOVELL & TELFER 110 MAIN STREET SATISFACTORY. SERVICE' . C mi SEE af e Investments The saving of money involves much self-denial. ; Make no mistake in the investment of savings. This bank is glad to give investors the benefit of its experience in safe-guarding funds. Vermont National Bank SAFETY STRENGTH , SERVICE 3E 3E2E 3 SHERIFF'S SALE ON EXECUTION All taxes are now Wu in . a -- i -pi uennquent- After Nov. 1 the interest rate on unpaid taxes will he 1 per cent PAY YOURS NOW real deliberations. The appointment of committees to consider special topics,! arrangement of conferences, in .which ' those nations invited to participate only! n the discussion of Ear Eastern and Pa fific problems .may be present, and si Hi lar matters will be deferred until the fol owing .Monday. " Progress is being made in the prepara ion of the Auditorium in the. buiidinz f the Iaushters of the American Revo-! uitioii adjoining t)ie I'an-Ameiican huild ng, where the open sessions of the con ference will be held. The delegates will it at a horseshoe shaped or rectangular able during these sessions, with the in rerpretcrs and other aids in tho open pace inside the tables and the delegates' iiejnselves- lacing each other around the f her' side of the conference table. . The general public probably cannot be cpresented at. these- set-sions . excel tt rough the press anl "through iiH'mlM'rs ot -ongress who may l given seats in ad dition to those which will be provided for the use of the various embassies ami legations in Washington. The seating ca pacity of the hall Mill not admit of any wii' distribution if seats as the total number available fr all purimses will be less thau l.L'tK). 15 PER CENT TAX ON CORPORATIONS i Tty virfu of an execution issued by the Municipal Court rf Iellovs' Falls in which 1). J. Smith Corporation is creditor and O. W. Davis is debtor and placed in my luuid.s for collection, I hereby give no tice that I will sell at public auction to (Satisfy said execution on the ".1st dy of October A. It. i'J-l, at two o clin k in the ernoon in the I'ublic Highway at East Ptttney, adjoining land owned ny TIioiikt"?' Dolan, a public place in said: Town Putney, the following personal property on which I havtk levied said execution, viz. : -J SO pes. 2 in. by 4 in. by 12 ft. " pes. 2 in. bv if in. bv 12 ft., 7 pes. 2 iu. bv (1 in. by IS. ft.. 1) pes.. 2 in. by 7 iiu by 21 ft., l'i pes. ; in. by T in. by 12 ft., .".) pes. My office i open every day, and every H in. by 10 in. by 12 ft., 4 pes. 8 in. by .S in. by J ft., 2 pi's. S in. by .N in. by 21 ft., 2 ims. S in. by S in. bv 2H It-. 1 pc S in. by in. by 22 ft., 110 ft. of 2 in. plank. h Dated at Putney in said County, this 15th day of October, A. 1. I'.tLI. - - ' H. O. CORP.. Constabl?. Senate Adapts Committee Recommenda tious After Defeating Two Amend ments of Senator VaIh. WASHINGTON!" tct. 21 After de- f.'ating two aiiiendment? by ' Senator V;i!sh. lViiKM-ral, of .Massachusetts, fur a .'tadtiated income tax on cui jKirat ion-, ' by a margin of l.i e vote, to o2, thes senate yesU-rdiiy adopted . the- finance! ..... . auu.a.k ,4tMnfunmii mxtrrv n nf;TT cor- f j pratiou tax of 15 n r cent. The vote on me eommiuee a im-iKiment was ju to Ul. l'rfioitcits of a graduated levy, or of some other plan that would prevent this proposed increase of 50 jkt cent in th- tu: of thousands of corporations iiaking small profits, mue notice t hut Monday and 'Saturday 12 Crosby Block. evening, at No. j FRED CRESS Y. Collector We Can Give Absolutely Steady Employment - without interruption to experi enced sewing machine operators in our Nainsook Underwear De partment. Good wages, fine work ing conditions. . k The Allen A Company Bennington, t. ". Ladies' and Gentlemen's Clothes . i CLEANED, PRESSED AND ALTERED Satisfaction Guarantee j Prompt Service- ' Brooks House Barter Shop G. W. CUSHMAN 127 Main St, Ground Floor Tet. 239 Buy, sell .or exchange Old gold, sil ver, watches, diamonds, guns, sporting goods, tools, talking machines and rec ords, antiques, field glasses, musical In struments, books Tools sharpened, as knives., scissors, saws. etc. BUILDING CLEANING . Repairing Chimneys a Specialty , Furnace Cleaning E. J. CAVANALGII 188 Elliot Street Husband ana Wife ? " V iwA',-7 t'o pi ' My wife always asks iw cpiestions when I'm shaviiig. E. ;SB. What T)oes Your Vife Do? Copyright,. 191, George Matthew Adams WANTED Horses lo Boird Hitches in barn or jslied 10 cents Feeds 25" cents. BROOIiSIIOrSE STABLE - Tel. 5;i-X What means this Annuity? It means frecdoiu ..from .risk and -are. It means a certfiin.lrasli'payiiienfr.'on certain days, as long a'you liv'e. It means en couragement fur old poaple to live and enjoy old age. Kational .Life Ins. ("o. of Yt. (MutuaI.-"K ; F. C. DINES. Special Agent, Brattlelxtou-A t. Notice Public Auto. Service , ,i Day. or Night New Cleveland-Six. ? L. I. Snow, ..Tel. SC-W, or Tel. 073 nights and Sundays. Office 25 Main St. they would renew tlieir lilit Liter. They expressed conhUeiui' last ni'ht that they would win. Senator Walsh said he had Iteen as sured by . Senators- J.dnixui, llejuibiiean, ("ulitornia. and Myers, D'luocrat, Mon tana, who were absent at the roll calls yesterday, that they would suport his amendment when next presented. Sen ator v. jii4 . uVo- eHects to win over some Republicans who voted atrainst l.im yesterday. , Majority leaders followed the Mas sachutt t s senator sieech closely, and before he concluded began conferring wrth a view-to'-working out some sort of h plan which: , tlpy v explained later, 'would CT!ild' tin? senate and house con-tV;ves-to lraw up a schedule which wouhl prevTit ''tlx' luiiislic". com T Kih.e.l-.t!, Kfjiator-Vulsh': " " FRANK A. SNOW Violin Teacher Call TeL C7B-M 10 Putney Road CARL F. CAIN MERCHANT TAILOR 159 Main Street Carney s Auto Service 21 THOMAS STREET Telephone 681-R GERMAN OCEAN TRADE BOOMS. Harbor Facilities Inadequate for Increas ing Number of Ships. HAMIU'EG, Oct. lJ. Germany's ocean freiglrt-carrj-iHg ; trnde is-making steady progress toward regaining its prewar- volume. Harbor statistics indicate that the aggregate tonnage of vessels us ing this port have reached 80 per cent of the ieaee traffic . V ' Aimotiucements of steamers', bought back, from former enemy , powers follow each other, in rapid succession. -and har bor facilities are already proving' insuffi cient; to accommodate the growing traf fic, now- that . big plants such i'Krupps rind Erbardt. which formerly manufae 'tured war material, are turning out peace g.:ods in great quantities for overseas con sumption. - ' Shipping -authorities .are urging ,tbi re vival of ambitious iire-war plans. ffir har bor' extensions, ou the ground, that with the rapidly increasing exiKirt -'trade the port nvill in two years time be far too small and freight husines's will be lost to .Scandinavian ports'. . Constitutional. (Morrisville Messenger.) Cut the. salaries of every state official from governor down. That is just what the eonstilirtion directs whenever there are-too many applicants for these places. v ' St d Lease ore, Fixtures am OR RENT Ready to Be Occupied Immediately :. LUR1E ';& GO Our Creed There are six good reasons why you should make this bank your depository . The rule of Safety first, Profit second ? A reserve in excess of the legal requirement. Directors having the respect of the com- munity. Strength promoting the stability to a cus tomer's business. Local experience enabling us to assist you in the right way. . :. i bank not too large to give every considera- tion to the interests of every customer. These are the inducements we offer to make you a SATISFIED DEPOSITOR of this worthy Institution. Brattleboro Trust Co. ' BRATTLEBORO, VT. - Vermont Investment Corporation Investment Securities List of Current Offerings Furnished on Application Phone 55 Room 1 , American Building Brattleboro, Vt. ocJ o czj o crzz)Q czz o cztj o r o cz o czza ocziO' o 1ri Or . . ' -J5 0 fePB"." 0 0' ; Mp ' ; ; o Banking Service with a Personal Element TN OUR relations with depositors, we v rr consider, a friendly, helpful attitude no less important than safety and effi-. v-v..j ciency in the care of their accounts. " If you like a personal and friendly ser : Vice, it will pay you to investigate the - advantages of abankingconnectionhere. Peoples National Bank BRATTLEBORO, VT. O 1 ML' " ' "'- I!" ILHJsjQjggc o cz o czz o cm o cr3 o cr o czzz o czza o czzd o Mi