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f THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY REFORMER. FRIDAY, 'SEPTEMBER-1, 1022.
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS fi cents a line first insertion; 2J4 cents a line each subsequent insertion. Cash in Advance. Minimum Charge, 20 cents. WANTED. FOR SALE. WANTED Table boarders. 40 Clark FOR SALE Farm. W. D. Thomas. St. - loG-loS 42 Canal St. 132-157 y XTED Kitchen man. "Seoveirs FOli .SALE I ry rock maple stove Bestnnrftnt. l37'4? wood. Tel. 137-M. LlT-lo'l Richardson - C. 145-tf Tv"a"XTE D 'A few table boarders at !) Churcb Place. Tel. 3008-W. 15.3-I5S WA NTED At once n one-horse sur Tey. A. li. Stark. Jamaica. Vt. 155-1.17 "WANTED Typewriting to do at home: Mrs. A. II. Lober, Westminster, Vt. 15H-174 -WANTED Two or three good chop pers. D. II. Fraser, 79 Canal St. 'Phono 37A-Y. 353-tf WANTED Office work by girl, high school graduate. Address A. B. C.lie- fonner Office. 154-tf WANTED Work for one-ton truck. C. M. Burnham, West Chesterfield. X. H. 'Phone 79-0. 1 ',(-! 5S WANTED Brick masons. Bring tools ready for work. Dix & Staples Springfield, Vt. htt WANTED Woman for general house work, Sept. 5 to 15. Mrs. M. C. Hob bins, Tel. 370-M. 157-tf WANTED Two laundresses. Elec tric power. Apply Matron, Austine ln- etitntion, Tel. i03. 155-t f WANTED Men to chop wood. Will pay $2.25 c cord. E. R. Thomas, West Brattleboro. Tel. 14-3. 152-tf WANTED High school girl wishes to take care of young children during the afternoon. Apply Tel. Putney 13-12 . 155-157 WANTED Cows and horses to pas ture bv week or season. F. E. Gumiuell, West Brattleboro, Vt. Tel. 211-12. 104-tf WANTED Suit case washings to do. Will call for and deliver. Reasonable prices. Address X, Reformer Office. 155-101 WAXTED Woman or young girl to help with housework for month of Sep tember. Apply Rice Farm, Tel. 507-W. 157-15S WANTED Oct. 1 by two women four or five clean rooms on tirst floor, oeji trally located. Address C, care Reformer Office. 157-1 M) AV ANTED Two good men to work on farm. Must be good milkers. Steady job for good ineu. G. J. Perkins & Son. Tel. 9-22. 12Qtf WANTED By two high school girls, work in return for board and room. Fred S. Emerson. West Chesterfield, N. II. 'I'hone 79-12. 154-158 AV ANTED To rent farm not far from Brattleboro. Advance monthly or quar terly payments to suit owner. 'Phone Newfane 32-14. 357-158 WANTED Shell cameo pin. head . preferred, in old setting. State price ami where same can be seen. Address Cameo. Reformer Office. 157-1 7 AA'AXTED High school boy wishes work during the afternoon. Has done man's work for past two years. Apply Tel. Putney 13-12. 155-357 AVAXTED Capable woman to take charge of household and care of two 1 children. Airs. II. D. Wilbur, AVest Brat-; tloboro. Tel. 75-R. lojVtf WANTED Young woman to do housework in 'a family of two. Good wages and a good home. Address I'. O. ! Box 804, Brattleboro. 152-157 AA'AXTED Housekeeper for man and wife in country, middle-aged woman pre ferred. Call or write Mrs. Fred AYilder, , 193 AA'estern Ave., West Brattleboro. Vt. j i 153-tf 1 WAXTED Position as housekeeper . by experienced woman for widower, no i other adults. No objection to one or two children. Address Box 888, Reformer Office. 142-102 AVAXTED Married or single man for general farm work. Must be good milker end teamster. Steady work year round. Wages right. Henry C. Mather. Center Farm, Dalton, Mass. Tel. i)2-X. 355-157 - AA'AXTED Man around 45 to look after our business in this territory. Easy work, permanent position. Hun dreds of men are drawing good salaries right now. A rite Oakland Xurseries. Manchester, Conn., for particulars. 157 Addie Ade's Adventures The Minute-a-Day Serial 36 CHAPTER 30 "Dear Addie," ran Ma - Ade's letter, "if you should catch a " cold from that city way of wearing only about HALF I Enough clothes, don't forget to tie your neck up in a flaunel cloth and . drink a hot HUM Lemonade only I don't suppose you have the rum. Like old Tod .lack son you know, he hadn't been SOBER Since the Xovember McKinley was elected, up to last January a year ago well. LAST AVeek he applied for a job as federal prohibition agent and every body over in Ccntorville almost had a FIT He swore he wanted the job be cause ho was dead down on LIQUOR But Hen Wester got talking with him in the Commercial House the : other afternoon and old Tod told what his HOPE Was. He said 'It's getting so darn hard to come by liquor honest ; ; that I figure it's a question for me ' either to give up drinking or Get to Be a Prohibition Officer.' YOUR Dad has just sold Hamlet' to a traveling man in town who wanted a watch-dog for his wife and baby. He didn't have any more trou b I e SELLING Him than getting him just put an ad in the Pet column of the paper and two days later he had the cash and the other fellow had the dog. Yours with love, Ma." (To be continued) W A NT E D Men and Women GOOD WAGES Snow Flake Canning Company Brattleboro-Springfield, Mass. Daily Motor Express II. A. Burrington Tel. 137-Y In.iuire 27 Clark St 155-157 FOR SALE Dry stove wood. M. A. Thompson. Guilford Center. 133-102 FOR SALE Ice box, sewing machine and coal stove. Tel. 221-J. 145-159 FOR SALE Drv slab wood ,also dry hard wood. Tel. 221-J. 145-159 FOR SALE Soft wood slabs, .$4.50 a load. Holden & Martin Lumber Co. 19-tf FOR SALE Furniture and ranges, new and second-hand, at J. B. Dunton's. FOR SALE Oakland six touring car, a bargain. 11. G. AVillis, 7 Cherry St. ; 148-361 FOR SALE A Hound pup 5 months old. John Hediuan, 79 AVilliams St. 157-158 FOR SALE Second hand bathtub with fixtures, also lavatory. Edgett & ( V 152-tf l-i Hi. SALE sewing machine. 5!-M. line brand new Singer For information call 153-tf FOR SALE Several acres standing rowen. John E. Smith, Tel. 34-AV or 838- W. 154-tf FOR SALE Cows, fresh and spring ers. C. A. Whipple, R. F. I). 3. Tel. 3J2-W 3.38-tf FOR SALE Five 34 x 4V cord tires and tubes, all in good condition. AValter SPratjL 143-tf FOR SALE Chalmers touring car. perfect mechanical condition. Tel. 130 or 40M-M. 153-15 FOR SALE Six-weeks-old pigs, 5 each. F. B. Howard, Putney, A't. Tel. 32. Putney. 154-tf FOR SALE Hemlock lumber sawed to order, also by boards. B. M. Reed. Putney. A't. 347-200 FOR SALE 8- and 14-quart peach baskets. Tel. 227-Y for prices delivered. Scott Farm. 140-tf FOR SALE Fancy high grade Guern sey cow, new milch. II. F. Xewell. 'I 'ho n e 2i VVZk 153-tf FOR SALE Plums 10c. a quart, $3 a bushel. AV. Ii. Newton, AVest Brattle boro. Tel 04-5 F50-15S FOR SALE Xew milch cow and calf; also one Jersey cow. Brooks Houo Stable, Tel. 300. 3 57-3 51 FOR SALE Ford Magnetos r(v charged in live minutes. Price $3. John E. Smith & t 'o.. Ford Agents. 354-t f FOR SALE Stewart sitting room stove, 10-inch fire 1mx. coal. Call 0 to 8 p. m. 87 Green street, upstairs. 357-tf FOR SALE One soda fountain and fixtures complete with syrups. II. M. Kingsbury, South Ixmdonderrv, A't. 153-;,5S FOR SALE Oak dining table, 0x32 seamless rug, white bureau, gas plate. Inquire at 21 Grove St. or 'phone 137-R. 154-350 FOR SALE Lumber, dimension tim ber, hoard and shingles. Sawing and planing. I!. L. Perry, Ii. 3, Brattleboro. 04 tf FOR SALE One work horse, two cows, line condition, two calves, for 8250. Address Box 3, West Brattleboro. 'Phone 280-AV." ' ' 153-102 FOR SALE Forty-live acre farm. 4 miles from Putney on the road to Bellows Falls. F. B. Howard, Putney, A't. Tel. 32. Putney. 154-tf FOR SALE 1.000 to 1.500 cords of wood on the stump, easy to get out, lo cated in Putney, A't. C. M. Bngbee, Springfield. A't. 14P-157 FOR SALE Steam boiler, 8 or10 II. P.. perfect condition, carries 80 lbs. of steam. Cash or bankable papers. 'Phone SS2 or 133-J. 112-tf FOR SALE Six hole Glemvood range in good condition. Price $12. A. F. Laible, R. F. 1). 2, AVest Brattle lw.ro. 'Phone 3 43-Y. 35:1-358 FOR SALE May lio-e Guernsey buTl calves. Splendid breeding, good individ uals and reasonable prices. Stowe Farm, AVest Brattleboro. A't. 151-tf FOR SALE One yearling purebred Shorthorn bull and two purebred Short horn cows; will freshen in September. A. A. Austin. Newfane, A't 350-107 FOR SALE AVest River A'alley pota tocs of finest quality. Get your order in early for your winter's supply. Satisfac tion guaranteed. 'Phone QQl-R. 148-177 FOR SALE Eleven-acre woodlot. 3 miles from Brattleboro. Now is the time to prepare for coal shortage this winter. Price low. John E. Smith, Tel. 34-AW 152-tf FOR SALE Sweet corn, 30 cts. doz. ; potatoes. .$1 bu. ; hoots. $1 bu. ; cabbage, 1 ct. lb. ; tomatoes, $1 bu. Geo. E. Blanchard, 20 rods from East Putnev depot- 15M5D FOR SALE Ford touring car, fine condition ; exttra shock-absorbers, de mountable rims, extra tire, aluminum piston, speedometer, ventilating wind shield, etc. I'rice low. Fred C. Brown, (i Bullock St. Tel. 294-.T. 350-tf FOR SALE HORSES I haven hand today pair grays 3400, 3 pairs bays 2S(JO. 3100, 3300. and 8 singles 1300 to 1700 lbs. each, a lot of good chunks and acclimated 33(H) to 3000 lbs., all young and good workers. A horse for all kinds of jobs. Harnesses and collars, wagons and dumpcarts. M. J. Tetreault, Green field, Mass. " 357-358 WANTED Men for Daily and Sunday Paper Routes Brattleboro News Co. FOR SALE At the Junction of So. Main and Vernon Sts, Several good building lots, the land through to Vernon road, and in cludes a valuable sand bank. Edgett &' Co. IMUli -mil- in , fl , , ; , nj, ii i lift, n. MtaMtl There are nineteen styles of Kveready eases all good ones, the new "Spotlight" with the . :'(M-foot range is the real Hash light for out-of-doors. No matter wliat kind of a case you nave, insist on the long lived Eveready battery for it and insist on fresh batteries that's the kind you'll find here. 0EAIJY Casps, Batteries and I.amps. Tliey are the only kind you'll find here everyone of them tested before you get them. CHAS. F. MANN 3S Main TEL. 38 38 Main Carl A. Mitchell UNDERTAKER Lady Assistant 180 Main Street Telephone 834-AV or 834-It SPECIAL NOTICES. CASH PAID for wool at the Richard son Market. 72-tf DR. BAILEY, Chiropodist, 208 Bar- iJ1!'l1. 1027-AV. 141-tf Pl'IILlC CAR, anytime, anywhere. L. AV. Kelley, 25 AA'ashington St. Tel. 159-J. 3 33-tf SANDERS' REACT Y SHOP. Room 10. Crosby Block. Swedish scalp and A'iolot Ray treatment". Tel. SdO-1. 34)-tf CALL UP 41i-W for your painting and papering; all work guaranteed. AVall pajer. AViHiain Shaw. 40 Maple St. 58-tf FIXE CANNING and eating pears. S1.50 per bushel at Sunnvhill Farm. Mrs. Charles A. Post. ChesterTield. X. H. 357-35!) Bl'ICK AITO SERVICE, long or short trips, at reasonable price. Clar ence I. Moon, 30 Frost Place, 'phone is4-M. 322-tf MASON WORK, build i77g"at7daning chimneys a specialty. 1 do out-of-town work. E. J. Cavanaugh, 188 Elliot St. ;P)Kme209-J. H5-tf BARGAINS LNLAG'LXES Most favorable terms on single subscriptions or oi. reduced club rates." Send for, booklet. Brattleboro News Co. l-tf I iTaTiTtTIREE very nice ol.l-fash-ioiied sd.ipstono stoves', one the open-fireplace type. Several bargains in used ranges. AV. J. Pentland. 150-102 ifKMSf ITCHING A XI) PIC( T1N'G ATTACHMENT Fits any sewing ma chine, price 82. Personal checks lOc. extra. Bridgman Sales Agency Box SSI. Buffalo. X. A'. 154-15!) -A I AG A ZINES AT LO AVEST I 'II I ( K S AVrite me about what magazines you want for the coming year. I can g"t them for you at money saving prices. Mrs. G. M. Love. Magazine Specialist, SomhNewfane. A't. l-tf ALL "aVT) 7L K MTTL?rr.7l iXfTr sale, direct from manufacturer, at 05c. $1.35 and $1.00 a pound. .Postage paid on 5'5 orders. AVrite for samples. AA'e also lo custom work. II. A. Bart let t. rI!"" ,aiIip- 333-loo CASH AND CA RRYMARKET i.rn live iudustral town in A'er:i:oit. Did a business of around 81O.00O List year Well equipped, centrally h;c:ited. "AVili be sold at a low price if taken before Sept. 1. Address "F," c:,re Reformer 3 20-tf iv-ANirV'. FKEN"CH I ) R Y TTTe AX JN., Dyeiw and Pressing, ladies and gentlemen's garments, house furnishings u j;;i descriptions. ill collect and de liver on request. Always reliable. Jen ney & Pa mien tor, 71 Elliot St. Tole j ho n e ci i m i ec t i o r i . 35:1-1 5 S o 'OOD IM )SlTIOX for you mii woman -ii to ..0 years old in family of three ( are of year-old boy and some second work with time o.T as arranged. This will he a permanent and attractive posi tion for a young woman of good health and character. Mrs. AV. S. Howe. 72 H'S!' Greenfield, Mass. 150-157 WANTED A few more passengers for the Athol Fair Labor Day and the Day- ARer CARNEY'S AITO SERVICE Tel. CSl-Ii WANTED FARMS We are having calls for farms; some want them made to order, others not so fussy. Let us Know what you have. Edgett & Co. PIANO TITNiNr. J. M. Perry, 92 So. Main St. Tel. 1118-A' or urn Hvisband and Wife My wife always borrows my lead pen cil and forgets to return it. Oliver. J.' What Does Your Wife Do? Copyright, 1921. G-,orKe Mallhcw Attaint VlAlY T TO RENT. TO REXT Iloom. 2l Green St. - 150-101 TO I1EXT Room, 14 Forest St. . 133-tf first floor, street. Mrs. Thomas Winn, 3 Elm 152-tf FOR REXT Farm in Marlboro town ship, about 200 acres. $1 per acre. Ad rtross F. G., Iieforier (Miice. 153-357 TO RENT After Sept. 1. very desir able -newly furnished cottage at Spofford Lake. Telephone, electric lights, running spring water. Address Cottage, care Itefonnetv 154-357 ; TO RENT About Sept. 15 a one fani ily house on one of the best streets in town. Nine rooms, modern convenience, hirge airy rooms, large garden ' space, front and back piazzas. Address XYZ, care Reformer. 150-15!) FOR SALE ON WALNUT STREET 120-Ft. Frontage Including the Dr. Hol ton Barn This building Was constructed with the express purpose of some time being remodeled into an apartment house. A cottage house fan also he built on the lot. This is one of the best locations in town. The demand for apartments is greater than ever. S. AV. Edgett, Agent FOR SALE As I have sold my farm I will offer for sale a carload of all kinds of grain, cotton and coeoanut oil meal, corn and oats, white provender and chick feed, light oats take the place of hay, 50(1 s.juares of John Mansville asbestos roof ing and siding, lire proof; 4 sets of new Sarven wheels and 4 sets of wagon axles, a lot of furniture and also a lot of second-hand wheels, one set of scales, weighs 1,HH) lbs.; all kinds of farming tools, blacksmith tools, carpenter tools and a lot of antique mahogany claw feet furniture, one heavy Concord buggy, good one; one extra good Ford truck, covered, cord tires, new; one forward part of a dump cart ready to use. The above must be sold at some price. I will trade any of the above for a good horse weighing 1.1(H) to 1.2(H) lbs. A lot of good harness. Tel. 017-M. FOR SALE 1 19 It) Ford Touring, starter and demountable rims. 1 192() Ford Sedan, fully equipped 1 IS) 19 Chevrolet Touring 1 1917 Dodge Touring jl J91S Olds Touring six J 19 IS i OverlaiuL Touring .... We are malting low prices to make room for new cars coming this wetk. Every car in fine condition, ready to drive away. A. F. Roberts & CO. HARMONY PLACE WHEN IN WANT Real Estate CALL ON The Arthur R. Lyman Agency of MAPLE STREET INOKTIIFIELD, MASS. Telephone 114-3 LOST Savings Book, No. 10317 Brattleboro Trust Co. W ANTED Several two-apartment houses, also cot tages. Customers waiting. Edgett & Co. TO RENT Very desirable office room in Crosby Block J. E. MANN Public Auto For Hire at Low Rates. R. E. ABBOTT 174 Vernon Street . Tel. 171-W Is your home mortgaged? If so. buy a special policy to pay the mortgage, in event of your death. Con sult us. National Life Ins. Co. of Vt. (Mutual.) ; V. C. DINES. Special Agent Brattleboro. Vt. CARL F. CAIN MERCHANT TAILOR 159 Main St. Carney's Auto Service DAY OR NIGHT 21 Thomas Street. Tel. CS1-R . .f '- Author Carre -toil. ' "lie said it with such an arch look." a story runs. Tut, tut! That adjective is all right when used to describe a girl's expression, but the only thing that gives a man an arch look is bow legs. Boston Transcript. McKay Hardware Co. Formerly Telfer & McKay "'Now Is the Time to Buy Binding Twine Corn Knives Potato Hooks Repair Broken Windows Paint your farm machinery before storin I T 110 MAIN STREET REPAIRS AT (IREEMTELD. Federal Street to Be Widened and New Sidewalk Laid. ViliEENFIELI), Mass., Sept. ). The trcct department started work yester day moruiii n Federal street between l'uiid and Abbott to extend the cement pavm;; on the west hide between these j-t reels. The bank on the west side is f-iiir removed, making the street at this point about three feet wider. The department is also relaying the eon crete sidewalk on the east side of Fed eral street alontc the Federal street cemetery, which was recently tarn up in layii:r new telephone conduits. The frrjide of the new walk ha heeii raised above, the road curbing to avoid the conditions of last winter, when parts i,i the sidewalk were Hooded most of the time. Work in laving the rest of the eon err te pavin-r on l)eerfiold street was coiiipl: ted Wedncsduy 'nihi and it is epee:td that the road will le; noen for IraHie next week. A new sidewalk will be laid from the Wiley-Russell hridjre to Mill street and with filling of the bed if the street railway tracks', the im provements on Deerlield street will be complete. NOT TO WITHDRAW TROOrS. I'niic.I States Regards Force as Stabil . izer in Rhine Rpj.ion. WASHINGTON, Sept. 1. With drawal now or in the immediate future of the sin-ill army of occupation on the Rblne is contrary to the jxdicy of this Kovornmeut and all reports to the effect tl-at withdrawal is contemplated overlook the fact that the administration regards ,he presence of the troops in this urea as the main stabilizing influence. , (It n. James I, Harbord. deputy chief f siiiff of the ormy. declared yesterday that there is no basis that he knows of for the report from Paris that informal representations have been made by this gov rnmcnt as to whether or not it would be agreeable to France to with draw the American army of occupation. NOW IT'S POSTMISTRESS. Postmaster General Wot?i Sanctions Name for Women in Posts. Postmasters general in the 'past have tabooed the term "postmistress." Per sons in charge of Post. Odioos have been officially os )Hstmastors, but Postmaster Ovnedal Work now has given his sanction to "ls mistress." A study of the records reveals that under the Harding administration there has been a large increase in the numlter of women apiointed to run postoflices, but the women are far behind the men ,n this pie counter job. Approximately 14 per cent of the offices are held ' by women. Out of 7.07'J appointments sir.ee President Harding took charge of the White House but 1,K2 women were named. How De Do. If you're shoveling on the railroad Or you're plowing on the farm Or you stand behind the counter Wrapping spuds or nails or yarn. Or no matter what your job is When you're feeling kind of blue Tin re is nothing quite so helping As a cheery "I low de do." When you hear it in the morning From your neighbor 'cross the lot A shading young tomatoes From a sun that might bo hot It starts the day asailing You forget that you feel blue Wit!) his lively, happy whisUo And his cheery "llow de do." When you get your coat and hat on, Start to catch the morning car. Then you burst right out a-singing 'I'ore you've gone so very far. And the motonnan who's grouchy And a-acting all a-stew Will forget that ho has troubles. When he hears your "How de do." At ti e factory or the office Where you do your daily grind' Everyone seems all downhearted Song or smile you cannot find. But they brighten up and cackle Act just like a different crew When they hear your merry whistle And your cheery "How de do." That's ti e way it goes, my hrothcr; Keep a-smiling though you're sad. For there's always someone watching And your greeting makes them glad. Pa.-s i( oi :ind keep it going. It's infectious as the "flu" You can start the whole world smiling With your Vong and "How do do. Sila F. Ilumberry. San Francisco has more telephones accordinar to its population than any other city. of the world, with Minneapo lis. Los Angeles, Chicago. . Washington, and Poston following in the order named. 3 PRIVATE FARM WORK' HORSES Replaced by truck and tractor No. 1. Iloautiful young Morgan horse ; weighing 2,2r0: price JfUO, cost S2O0: also used for farm work. Pair Canadian brown horses weighing together 2,8X); fcell pair for $127, cost .'MOO. Also the harnesses, farm wagon -and carriages. Also late roll top Vim- truck, carry ton, . in good condition, price $150. Call private resi dence, (VS High St.. Medford, Mass., near Medford square. Seen anv time. Thirty davs trial. Tel. 318!3-W Mystic. Mr. William Haley. 131-101 An Opportune Time Summer is a good time to put your financial house in order. Let us explain how we can serve you as Executor and Trustee under your will. Vermont National Bank Brattleboro, Vermont SAFETY STRENGTH SERVICE Labor Day It Is By Their Labor That Men Live Through labor well performed thev nalW and because great merit in their laoor they are honored. The comforts we enjoy today and the priv ileges that are ours are legacies of labor well performed. And for the future? It is dependent on how well we work today. Let's work to gether. This Institution invites and as sures co-operation. Brattleboro Trust Company IS ;1 IF THE FARMERS SHOULD STRIKE our country's largest Industry Would slop. rnd our food simply, which we usually give but little thought to, would become an almighty fac tor. Fortunately, however, the farmers don't strike. Instead, thev carry on the great task of raising food for the nation, through good and had times, regardless of railroad, coal, or other strikes. Our western farmers, to whom we must look for our dailv bread, are often limipered in thrir work through lack of capital. The big job of the Farm Mortgage Com;:iies is to secure this needed csoitWl for tlieni, for a term of years at current interest rates, from institutions and in dividuals having a surplus to lend. As the West is still largely de pendent upon the East fcr funds, a large oortion of the money is obtained in New England. The first mortgages on their places, winch tl; farmers give as seruritv for the money loaned them, are the very best kind of security, and owners of such mortgages are not dis turbed ovrr strikes and other influences which reach out and depress many forms of investments. As one of the Pioneer Farm Mortgage Companies, the Vermont Loan and Trust Company can offer now. as in the past, the highest grade of First .Mortgages of various amounts, hearing 7 per cent. 6U per cent and C per cent interest. All carefully selected and fully se cureu by fine productive farms located in the host districts, and safe guarded by a service extending to fina." maturity. Call or write for our September circular and full particulars. Liberty Donds accepted at market prices. Vermont Loan and Trust Company' Fpokanc, Washington Salem, Oregon Lewistown. Montana I! Ii A T T L E Ii O K O , V E II MONT The same high-grade investments we have sold for thirty-six years without loss to any investor. - Where Good Banking Begins r-rr-nrrf Peoples National Bank Brattleboro, Vt. are At the Teller's Window Promptness Accuracy Courtesy Our service is based on these fundamentals.