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THE Bit A TTLT3P OR O DAILY ItEFORMEIt. FRIDAY MARCH. 3. . 1022. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS 5 cents line Hot insertion; 2J4 cents a -line each subsequent insertion. Cash in Advance. Minimum Cliarse, 20 centn. WANTED. fur W.WTFl Kxucrieiice. Koistail. Talor. Inc. "A.NTFll liousckecjx'r couule. Write X. i;cfoimcr. v'l Kl Tlir or apartment, moilern. s M'WTIMl Cu- tor irt-nM-si I i -. . -. , . . -. 1 1 t. i'.rattn inio. i FOR SALE. saff -1 wo 1-tf chlerly 1-tf fmr. W. Kdstett. i hi incubators. 'J VI. :i(:i-:;us w atch cs. ('. room 1-tf at 1-tf tin 1-tf A. hire: AU-aromn FUery I'.Ms W'ANTFl Spencer l'les. fill o. . ' W ANTKD - :'! ' Apply liciwt'cii s ami Taylor. Inc. VATKL 1.IMM) fowls live S. Katt'-, '21 weight. Send card. -u. l"a js:'. IJvnttlchoro. "i;.-i-KI Position ilfiiis ; LM..ar,,: k in SMiall faP.lilV. I " crciii-i's. Mi St. " lvivi'i'it-triiiiv small lot of stand inn hard wood, or limited amount Snriiiiis Ice 'o. W'ANTFl -Tn vent oi or before April 1. a tenement or cot t use house of at least e.".-.. with modern imwovements. liv a family of three persons, Uox liartford. Vt. FU r,:n m. TtuTlSALK- A -Tew Howe. 117 Main St Fii, SAFF Five Rood cows U rooks House Stable. Tel. .".K. Fill! SAI.i: One pair Durham oxen. It.-luli l ike. Wot Wardshoro. Yt. ;'-7 FOit SAFF Furniture and ranges, new and second hand, at .! IJ.I Muiton's. I ( I : SAL1-: Di v hard wood, chunks or sr.lit hi hi. Mather. Tel. 1 1-tf Foli SAFF Fresh ground beef scraps and bono. W. F. Kichardsr.n Co. l-tf vi Mi" SA I'.K I )rv hard wood, split or l liound f.Miks II. X. Newcomb. Guilford, Vt :j tt printer. clerical work, a. in. Kolstad. 1-tf r.ox i-tf general -t of ref- South Main l-r, would consul of 1 toot wood. buying Crvstal I -if l'.rj. 1-tf Tel. 17-1C. FUU SAI.i-: A good lien ea.-ilv l;e made into a Karate. St. Tel. i-jc .r. F I C S A I , I I I '.eech a ml price SS. .! and SPJ per (ijmmi'l!. Tel. -Jll-FJ. 1-tf SPECIAL NOTICES. 1)I:KSSMAKIN; Mrs. A. F. 157 Maple St. lei. .lt-.. KTTTl A ; F SAFF Sat ii noon and evening. Town I'.row n. 1 '. yoi'k ffft hfkt go and see Dr. Wilder, IJuildiiig. CHIUHl'i IIUST- Ir. lay atter- hall lldinii. J I ', Yes. we1! then room 1-. Fllery 1 "'iJriggs ;,t Dr. block, 'p lone 1-tf I. alRe prices. llaile"s othce. -Oi l.arhei Cim;. Iteside.ice. 4:i!-.I. 'i ;7 1 7v a m i : D i u m i " I x ; stoik to eect from. Kiuhl Slioni Ildwe. "o.. linrlington. t. VVAI.L IT' 4 Jti-W for your painting and jiaperinn. all work guaranteed. Wall j.arier. William Shaw. 11 Maple St. 1-tf i:ai;:aixs ix macazixfs M.st favorable terms on single subr;rript ions or mi reduced club rates. Send for b.mkht. l'.rattleboro Xews t'o. 1-tf Cili:i tl'UAt T( K Dr. tto U.vs-e at lr. 'J. F. Fane's otfieo. 4- F.l Hot' street. Teieidio-ie 1:-W. Klice hours. Monday. Tuesdav. Wednesday. Friday. '.. -S p. ju. ' 1-tf M AtiAZIX FS AT iTtXYFST I'IMFFS Write me about what magazines y hi want for the coming year. 1 can pet them for you at money saving prices. Mr-. (I. M. Love. Magazine Speciali-t. S.uuh Xcw f:Mie. Vt. l-tf house : could 21 I'rospect maple wood, cord. F. K. l-tf l-uli SAFF Fur-lined overcoat, too s ,,iiM for owner, worth .. Will sell for i. S W. IMuett. l-tf FU SAFF Uli 11FXT Typewriters Romiuston and other makes. Fred (' lirown. ('. r.ullock St.. Tel. L1H4-.I. J-tt Hl: SA FF--Fxt ra uood (irivuii; I horse or would exc hange for p:.ullry 1 a'so M.r.itteal racii'.n sleigh. Tel. ;;L.'l-l." I i l-'t )li SAFF Sixty cords of ni e dry stove wood. Order now while it lasts, .SO a cord. Frank Sears, Vernon. Tel. 17--4 1-tf I'tiK SAF10 Stok and horse hay Jreen .Mountain potatoes, cabbasescconi lint m;iii!i' sxrup. Scott rami. Ti 1"J7 Y. l-tf Ft Hi SAFF Thirty ions baled hay KiO tni. table potatoes from certified M-cd ; fH cords 4-l't. w,:od. II. F. Alillington. l-tf Fttli SAFI! Two-apartment house of V- rooms, ood bain, garden and some fruit : car j terms. Inquire "1Ioue." c-o Heforme:- Office. 1' 7 Folt SAFF We ai-e now ready to de liver a nice lot strictly dry slab wood. Also mixed cord wood sawed stove length. llohU'D Martin Fumbert'o. I ff Folt SAFF--Stoi-k and hor-e Imy. tiveei: Mountain potatoes, second run maple syrup. poultry colony houc.-. C.vs It. Sett Farm. Tel. S27-Y. 1-lf FOU SAFF l'.H'l Indian motonych which has been thoroughly ovei liauled ami is in fine condition. I'or particulars inquire Y. M. ;o!dmith. S X'oriii St. l-tf FOU SAFF -Fsed Foul Xo If. ltun alu ut. sflf-sta ri er jui'i ili'iu, rim;. We jjuarantce this car. F'i- of power. Price MJCti. .loin, F. Smith A. t ' . 'I'h.me :;i-v. :; l-uic SAFF Nearly new ."i.S luuid i 1 1 i i : 1 1 : i :t i-: - ."!: h tyfie. ink and furni ture: '.I!;:1'!' to!- envelopes. letter FOR SALE ' A Carload of Horses From tiaJeslmiR, III., will arrive .Monday, February 27, at the kkooks not si: staiifk Ttlephonc MHi h li'c'i'.i- Address .. F.iatth For Sale 1922 Ford Car Price $ 100 Address Ford, Care Reformer to! Itefovuer. L'.S 1 V. S. !.: Or w ill oxchacu'e for bos; ir p'-ultrv. one trade freh - -;. l,cif r ami one fi-c-h .Jersey cow. IVtcr Weezenaar, Soutii Vernon. .Ma-. Tel. 7-1::. 1-1 Foil SAFF Tell horse power (lelieral Fleet ric Alt erna t ins t'urrent electric mo tor, formerly tiVed to drive cylinder prcs.. In mod 'condition.. Taken out ! make room for a variable" scifJTuoro,r. Also ;i ouantity of shaft inu'. cone-,, ptiib-ys. etc. ow pic for cash. Inquire of I'.. II. t'rane. Manager "erimn' I'rintinj; 0... F.ratt leboro. 1-ti ' FMt SAFF llOKSFS I have m hand today (I pairs l'(i (I to "!'!( (. several sin jrlcs'lu'.Kt to 17.111: a horse for all kinds of jobs, the rij;l:! kind with shape and qual ity. Fvery horse nicely broken and ready lor wi rk. If you are in the market f'-r j hi.r,--'s. io d; at this in;. You will not look I any further. My prices are l -iht. M. .1. Tefreatiii. ;r it, hi. .Mass. " :'.- to ren: FOR SALE Al a Bargain 11)19 Nash Touring Car 1920 Dodsc Truck 1919 Essex Touring Car 1919 Big 6 Studcbakcr Federal Garage T "''.XT --Ilof.in on floor with bath, fi IF-h Si. l'-f. IO KFXT Room, with Iwtard. 117 Main St.. :'.d floor. I -", T Ki;XT I'urnished room, ti l (Jrecn street. iei,: leman preferred. 1-tf 'i i ItFNT 'Cwo-room apartment, furiii-hed : sprint; water. Tel. '17-M. 'tl' TO UFX T--llooms for lijjiit house- ki'epi'i':: w rkiii)t people pieferred. Kfti i South Main St. .".-tf ! Tt UKNT- Two furnish"d rooms, hot ami co.'il water and toilet. Xot for lislil houscki-eu'ijr. .Ut Soulh Main . St. Fh. iie 1S1-Y. . , ,f TO KFXT Small hai! .m Ili'ii" St. for storage or other im'-: also warm basement. Inquire of F. Crosbv. At.. at llrooks Moo-e. 1 ! A AIFAF.FF J'F1'. 5 A pie:tanl sunny six room apartment, witii modern improvements. .John 11. Smith. 71 West ern Ave. Tel. :: W or S.-.S-W. 1-tf i A I'AKT.d FX'l 1 i FF'i', to siiiall 'family, reliable peojil!' otdy. Steam heat, j la rife living room, bedroom, large closet, jbath room, kitchenette. losse'sioii i:iven Fed). 1. Price a month. Address I "Apartment'." care Itct'ormer ttiice. 1-tf See Taylor The Tailor Custom Made Clothes Cleaning, Pressing and Repairing American Building LOST i F ST ; .'!! -me-h. purse. Finder 1-1 lease !cje at l'.rattleboro Trust t'o. j 2 , Ft (ST Tueil.i at the ski jump, a K'dd Fver Shari" penc-il. Reward if returned io F. ' W. Kueoh O .. ! FOST F.etween Forest St. Hlld K. of ('. hall bv wav of S-ho,, St.. leather ; handbag. Finder please rcfurn to Ile ! former (ffice. ' 4 FoST- At Fati his Theal re Wediies day evening bill folder containing money and government papers. Finder kindly re- jturn papers io Reformer Hfice and re- 1 1 Husband and Wife NOTICE We are imiw prepared to furnish a full liiir. of livery liorso?. alx .k'ish title par lies at reasonable pries. DKOOKS HOisi; STAULR ii. L. lirooks, Prop. Tel. T.00 . W A NTED First-class doughnut and pie baker. Address "llaker," Care ' Reformer. .My husband makes me do all the cor respondence with both our families. A. m. i:. PIANO TUNING J. M. Perry, 92 So. Main St wiwt noes or Hsi,ad ik,? CLOSING OUT All Utica Drop Forged Pliers Every pair fully warrant ed. I . am closing out this line and you may take your any choice of of 'em for WINDHAM. Nelson Fontaine, who is working in 'lu-s.tcr Depot, was in town lluusday, . Telf er & McKay The retail value of these Pliers is from $1.10 to $2 CHAS. F. WlAfin S3 Maio TEL 38 R8 Main Ileaduuai tcis fr 1 he new $!.( Autostrop am! the place to buy the regular $.".( Autostrop anil razor supplies of all kinds. Carl A. Mitchell UNDERTAKER Lady Assistant 1 80 Main Street Telephone SP-i-W or 831-R When You own an automobile you eau easily s;o where pleasure abounds. Fut before you o be sure to buy reliable auto mobi.'e iiisuranee. Sound Insurance in an Accident and Indem nity company offers yon pro tection from loss by collision, personal injury and damage to property. Yen need this insurance be fore you start motoring. uy it now. and so'd his horse, wagon and sleigh to 10. F.. Stowell. Next Sunday will be observed as I'.ible Sunday, witlt a l'.ible talk by the' pastor, an exercise prepared by the American Itible society and au offering for the society. i Mr. and Mrs. Fmcrson, Stone returned Saturday from Frooklyn, where they were called by the death of Mrs. Stone" mother. Mrs. Scafe. They were absent nearly two weeks. Miss Irene Iiigalls canif home Satur day for r week's vacation. On Friday she and her father, M. II. Inalls. will o to Xew F.edford. Mass.. to visit My ron M. Ingalls. Miss Ingalls will re turn Sunday to her work as teacher in Anyonin. Oonn. Mr. Inyalls will re main in Xew F.edford a few daysi longer. The West' Windham school entertain ment wa:t well attended Saturday night. It was largely on Lincoln and Washing ton and consisted of songs, recitations ami dialogues. The quality of t he singing ' 1, IU l.W.t t I " 11 II 1 ) 1 lOt I I IHt r llfk litlll,W sioti fee was only 10 cents-, but S7.l'j of popcorn. It probably will be used to start an, organ fund. Jeorge (.'all has rented the Fpham house and will move there front the t'onvcrse house at once. He will be em ployed by A. (I. I:;:'.! cuttimr the lum ber off the Frederick farm. The maple lumber lias been largely cut oft' the Fp ham farm this winter. F use for last i blocks. Kay Richardson has been do-j ing the work for the owner, Mr. Stew-; art of I'.everly. Mass. Town meeting talk lias begun. The principal excitement is about road com-1 missioner. 4.. A. llowaril ami c;rgc; 11. Oar!eicn are active candidates ami the names are also mentioned of D. F. , Mattis ni and t'harles Morse. A new! selectman is ako to be elected, as it isj 'understood that F. II. Jenison does not ( i desire re-election. The difficulty here. however, seems to be to find u man who is willing i. serve. A large number from this part of the town attended the lyceum at South Windham Fridav night. The d -bate brought out various facts and opinions j'boui Vermont's resources nnd future. Apart from the judge's decision the vote of the house on the merits f the ques tion was mit gratifying. It showed that nearh a'l of the audience were of, j Brattleboro's Oldest Reliable Hardware Store lip VALDURA The (ireatest Roof and Silo Faint In the Country'. GREATEST PAINT PRESERVER KNOWN For roofs of all descriptions. For farm machines and silos. Not a tar paint an American Asphalt Prod net. Three colors, hlack. red and green. Can he used as a shingle stain. A waterproof, acid resisting paint of great covering capacity. PERFECT PROTECTION is possible by the u-e of' this prac tical preserver. NORTIIFIELD. MASS. the opinion that there ought not so many abandoned farms in this If a'l would practice their belie stayiirg oi the farms it would be gratifying. to be state, fs by more II. E. Taylor & Son 'Insurance you IJrattleboro. can depend Vt. on SO Fill VERNON. Mrs. Henry Johnson and children of Framloii. Va.. are guests of A. A. Dun klee this week. Alfred Evans will preach in the Advent Christian church at 10. to o'clock Sunday morning: Sundy school at noon; junior Loyal Worker' meeting at 4 o'clock ; Foal Workers' meeting at 7 o'cl.'.ck. Xi- her The Fi t w hiles. 1 hear, tend giving a calico ball." llamou- Y"'s. They're going into print somehow. Xew York it; Death of Mrs. Mary L. Pullen. Mrs. Ma rv Letitia Pullen. 7:. died at the home of her daughter. .Mrs. Lertrude L. I.eavis. Wednesday morning after au illness of many weeks. I She was horn in Cambridge Sept. 10,1 1S:. a daughter of Thomas mid Mary' Clark. She married Sept. IO. 3SUS. Fred crick I'.. Pullen. chicf-of-police of Cam bridge until his death in l!(Fi. Since his, deatn she hail made her home with her daughter here. j i She leaves three children. Edward 1. Pullen of llackensack. N. J.. -Mrs. Wil liam J. Harris of Cambridge and Mrs. Feavis of this town. She also leaves two (brothers. William J. Clark and Fred A. tclail: of liclmont. two sisters. Mrs. Alex lander D'.uui of Cambridge and Mrs. Flora Kcnrick of Seattle. Wash.: also nine grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. ' j Mrs. Pulleu's life had been associated largely with Cambridge and with the North Avenue P.aptist church of that city. While here she had been an attend-' ant of the Congregational church ami is! pleasantlv remembered. I The funeral will take place Friday.' Rev. F. W. Pattison officiating. 1 In burial will be in Warwick. to Sun. get WARRANT FOR- HOUSE G. E. Sherman Manager Town Meeting The legal voteis of the town of IJrat tleboro are hereby notified and warned to meet at the Town House in said ISrat tlcboro. oil Tuesday, the Seventh Day of March Next, at ! O'clock A. act upon the following M. ;irtic!c: HINSDALE. N. II. F. .1. Deo nc"s telephone number has b 'cn dmuged to (52-1:5. Th' town warrant lias been posted and contains ;50 articles, the majority of j which arc of a routine nature. " Mis. Mary Sheridan lias returned here to tlk' home of her (filter, Mrs. W. 1". Fob ,i f son, after a stay of several weeks in I'loviilcrcc. K. I Deputy Collector ('ha rle- W. Fletclirr will Jie at the selectmen "s room March IS to assist iu the inakinx tui of income tax returns. Fvery person requiring as sistance should have with hint a state leent of his total income ami deductions for the calendar The Hinsdale the home of Mr? afternoon. The year liCJF Woman's club met in . I W. Coltou Tuesday! subject , Ideals, Their Place in the World of Today, was pre sented by Mrs. Amidoii in au extremely well-written and interesting .paper. De- I i j-. . 1 oft'Oi.lini.lH ts W it witrt Oil )t' t ll i o act upon the following articles, to., . , i,.,!,! . v,t.:.- i -,. . . . ,-, ... i at tin home of Mrs. Amidon March IF i Article F lo act on Auditors report. ,,-',. j Art. -J. To sc.- whether or no; the A quiet wedding took pace in St. i Selectmen shall be empowered and an-' doscph s Fomau Catholic church Mon thorized to apiM.iut one or two Road day evening at S n clock, when Mrs. tlic rmnihcr to he lie-;' aiiu'iiue - i.'in ainiiviiii j'c wvioii- 1 ( 'omuiissioncr bv ':2r the of town, as the dene .provided ial Laws bv of all Town be elected Meeting. choose three Trustees To choose bv law to ( Mlicers at the for to serve Established 1912 Herbert E. Post 75 ELLIOT STREET Manufacturer of High Grade French and American Ice Cream Home Made Lunch Served at Noon Charlotte Russe, in loxes to car ry homo, fresh daily, rc each Fancy Ice Cream Puddings made to order. 18 Years Experience in New. York City Flowers Friends, we are the largest cut tlower growers in southern Ver mont. Funeral designs, a specialty. Why col buy of us. and get your money's worth? Prices are cheap for quality of otl.s. C. N. Bond, Florist Tel. "1 1 termined Sect ion j Vermont ! Art. : : required Annua! March I Aft. t To the l'.rattleboro Free Library for the term of three years. ) Art .". To see if the town will vote to appropriate a sum of -money for the support and maintenance of the ISrattle-j born Free Library, and if so. how much.1 Art. . To see if the town will vote to appropriate a sum of money for the proper observance ' of Memorial Day, and if so. how much. ! Ait. 7. To see if the town will ap propriate money for the care of the Commons and Ilurial drounds. ami if so. how much. Art. N. To sec how much the town will appropriate for highway purposes under Section 4.". ".". dencral Laws of Vermont, which provides that the town s;,,i!t annually appropriate a sum oi not less than 'JO' per cent of the grand list !;r high wars and sidewalk purposes. Art. '.. To see if the town .will vote to raise money, in excess of the amount required by law to be raised for high ways, to take advantage of Section 4."!1 of the Ceneral Faws. as amended in ItrJF and if so. how much. Art. 10. To see if the town will vote, to raise additional money by special tax. or otherwise for the repair of sidewalks,' tiie wife if John Francis Corkery ot j this Vevn. Kev. P. S. ( a hill performed; tln ceremony usinr two rimis. They werej attended by Miss Mary Mann, a cousin' of the brute, and .1. '. Met aughern. fa-) ther of the bride. Immediately after the ceremony, Mr. and Mrs. Corkery left on a wedding trip. YVARDSRORO CENTER. Far mini h visiting lit son, a tui if Art. so. 11 how To will vote expenses so, how Mrs. Martha Calef -White ELECTRIC NEEDLE Will be at IJrattleboro, SPECIALIST Toilet Parlor JJo'stou office. IJoylstott street, Miss drifhn's ' Vt., March C.-!. '2 Park Square. Room ",.". corner 1 When a story teaches you a good lesson, it isn't a lie." (Lincoln.) Let us tell you the story of Fife Insurance and suggest the proper kind and amount to fit your needs. National Fife' Ins. C.. of Vt. t Mutual. ) F. C. DINES, Special A Kent Ura.UlelKi-u. Vt- niucli see if the town to raise money to iletray the and liabilities of said town: if much. Art. 12. To See if the town will vote to adopt the provisions of No. JiO. Acts of l!H'-. as a mended 'by the Legislature of l'.'l-'l in reference to charging interest on taxes not paid by . October 1. I ,Art. FS. 'To see what salaries the town will pay its officers for the ensuing year. Air. 14. To see if the town will vote to instruct the Selectmen to acquire land' from the : Vinton Estate to widen Maiu street, opposite the office of the IIol-l .stein-Friesian Association, and to ap propriate money for same. Art. F"). To transact any other busi ness that may legally come before the meetimr. S. A. RICHMOND W. F. STFLLMAN FREEMAN SCOTT Selectmen. l'.rattleboro. Vt.. February '22, 1S2. ( Jcore Edward. Joseph Ii march is at work on a log. job in Podunk. j i Florence llescock is, at work for Mrs.' Faymond Read. j Watson French of P.ia It leboro lias been visiting Ids brother, Xclsun French. j I Edward Wilder of Dover is spending a collide of weeks' with bis" aunt, Mrs.' L. J. Foster, i A tdea-ant social evcniii' was spent at William Filzpati ick "s Feb. 2.), when about "J. guests were present. ( I Albert Robinson, Frank Gould and '.loci Wheeler are boarding at I'aymond Head's and cutting logs lor him. j , Mrs. and Miss GrifTtn. who have been 1 visiting their son and brother, Willis Cautield. and family, have returned to I their home in 'Providence, It. I. 1 ' A verv pleasant party wis enjoyed the evening of Feb. '22. at the home of Mr. and Mis. Willis Cautield. Everything possible to suggest Washington was iu evidence. The rooms were decorated prettilv in the national color. The en tertainment took the form of a cobweb part v. a maze of threads being followed to hud one's partner for the evening. Then camo music and danc.insr and a iruessiio contest as to -what the menu for supoci contained. This caused much merriment. A bountiful siioper was . . . .... a - a ...l : served to a Pout 40 cuest-, w n von-u n. one of the most successful evenings the winter. , of SOUTH WARDSRORO. ilT at the home Tel. 1118-W Copynjit, 1931, George Matthew Adamt Ladies' and Gentlemen's Clothes CLEANED. PRESSED AND ALTERED Satisfaction Guaranteed Prompt Service IJrooks House IJarber Shop Town Clerk's Office,' IJrattleboro. Feb ruary '2'.l. 1!'--. at ."-o'clock j. in.. Re ceived and Recorded the foregoing "War rant in Vol. S, Town Records, ou Page Attest: CARL S. HOPKINS. Town Clerk. Carney's Auto Service DAY OR NIOnT 21 Thomas Street. Tel. 6S1-R CARL F. CAIN MERCHANT TAILOR 159 Main Street ... !.. w. : F nf. tli ln.liii ttf I M U MM 111 I III Mil UI I Hi H -Wiv vi- ,F. O. Gould. j ! John Shampine has finished his log job for the Stuart Co. j I Frank Duby was in IJrattleboro re cently on business. Mrs. Alice Johnson closed her .school last Friday for the w inter vacation. , J Miss Augusta Westphal of Springfield.-., Mass.. is at the home of her brother, IF C." Westphal. ' Mrs. Ora Sage of Townshend spent scv-, eral days last week w ith her parents, Mr. and Mrs. .1. U. Sage. John Putnam of Jamaica spent Thurs day and Friday with his sister. Mrs. F. O. Goul.l. ami uncle. "William Putnam. Misses Leona and Reatrice Cobb and Robert Stocker of IJrattleboro high school are spending a week's vacation at their homes here. I I Mrs. Tom Wintringham. whose name Jwill go down- in history as the second ! woman to sit in the Uritish house of com mons, was before her marriage a school teacher. 39c Saturday Chocolates 39c We Will Sell Every Saturday Samoset Chocolates for 39c lb. Sold Exclusively by Brattleboro Drug Co, An assortment of 10 different kinds But terscotch, Caramels, Caramallow, Coffee Cream, Cordials, Ice Cream, Maple Walnut, Montevideos, Of ange Cream and Nougatines. We sell these chocolates the rest of the week for GOc pound. (iai03Bss0ai... - - - - - - ' THE BANK - It is the place to deposit your money for safe keeping and for checking out to pay your bills. In addition to this it can help you to finance new undertakings, save you from losses, and keep you in touch with market conditions. Keep in close touch with the bank. It is your best friend. Vermont National Bank SAFETY STRENGTH SERVICE fpTc o dza o cr o C3 o ct3 o cr3 o c o o czjd o czz- op 5ij ; Ipr: " lip l!i I ill it i Mi L io fj; ;)cl, jo! if:'; ' MtL . ; '!'! t'l 1 1! THEN you limit your Vv point of contact to the teller's window,.- you arc x not using all the serrice this bank is prepared to give you. Our off iters are accessible whenever you desire their counsel in your business or personal finances Peoples National Bank BRATTLEBORO, VT. fi I! O CTDO ' . O i o A Word to Ex-Service Men Now that a National Bonus is being actively dis cussed it is up to every ex-soldier to keep a tight hold on his discharge papers. Each day they be come more valuable. V A Safe Deposit Box in our strong vault costs only $2.00 a year. In it you can keep your dis charge papers, life insurance policies, deeds and other valuables. Get a Box today. Brattleboro Trust Co. BRATTLEBORO, VT.