THE BRATTLEBOHO DAILY REFORMER. MONDAY, APRIL IS, 101S.
VERMONT THRIFT CLUB
WAR SAVINGS STAMPS
NOT HELP HER
But Lydia E.Pinkhams Vege
table Compound Saved
Her from a Serious
I'.rooklyn. N. Y. "I suffered some
thing dreadful from a displacement and
two very bad at
z&j&i tacks of inflamma-
phAl&Q lion. My doctor
xtfgl suid he could do
noimng more lor
me and I would
Lave to go to the
hospital for an
t:hom' Vptret -ihlrt
have entirely cured
me of my troubles
and 1 am now in
11 ill health. Iam
f t willing you should use my
Ml testimonial and hope to benefit
'i 1 tVir miirerincr women bv so
doine." Mrs. F. Platt. J
Woodbine St., Brooklyn, N. Y.
Operations upon women in our hos-
fiitala are constantly on the increase,
ut before submitting to an operation
for ailments peculiar to their sex every
woman owes it to herself to cive that
famous root and herb remedy, Lydia E.
I'inkham's Vegetable Compound, a trial.
If complications exist write Lydia E.
Tinkharn Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass., for
Thomas T. Brittan
Wiider Builto, Bratlleboio. Yt.
Benj. A. Crown
Tel. 487-W 4 Frost St.
Home portraiture, party gatherings,
flashlights, tnterii'is, views, copying,
enlarging, commercial work, etc
JANUARY $4.12 Each
FEBRUARY 4.13 "
MARCH . 4.14 "
APRIL 4.15 "
MAY 4.16 "
JUNE 4.17 "
JULY 4.18 -
AUGUST 4.19 -
SEPTEMBER 4.20 "
OCTOBER 4.21 -
NOVEMBER 4.22 -DECEMBER
MATURITY VALUE $5.00
JANUARY 1, 1923
INTER EST 4 Percent
Recognizing the need of the Goverment and the advantage to the
Country of a National Thrift Education, we the undersigned,
Federal and State Officials and Employees of the State of Vermont,
individually agree to purchase during the year ending December
31, 1918, War Savings Stamps of a Maturity Value of not less
than Twenty Dollars, nor more than One Thousand Dollars.
iTIISRP IS A WILL.
1ln 'iv i-i a way t break it. Lift i nsvi r
anee tan be mailt' payable directly ti
parties interested without interference
14 any one. ln-iirc and Vie sure. Na
tional Life 1 tis. Co. of Yt. (Mutual.)
HA RLE S. KINSLEY. General Agent,
Automobile Service TeL 264-W
I NAME .NAMEi
mmU fLu '" yonAXixxx.TCXoJirj
The Best Security In the World
If you don't understand the plan
let us explain it to you.
GET BEHIND THE BOYS
AT THE FRONT
VERMONT NATIONAL BANK
The only patriotism that counts is the
patriotism that does not count the cost. If you
want America to win this war, you must back
up your judgment. You must either give up or
Buy the New 4 1-4
Peoples National Bank
Ho'ir: 12 JO t 2.ji
I65-W; house, 165-K.
C. R. ALDRICH, M. D.
7 In H. t Jirup 'I'hinic,
--r;iy wnrk a 'c(ialt .
C. R. ANDERSON, Surgeon and Physician.
Snrfc'-ry a l.iitalty. Oiikc and rti(lrtioc.
Hr.mks House. 1-S Main St. Hours: Ai'trr
ni.otn. 1 lil t . .!; cvrniiiKS, 7 to H, except Tile
ilavs ami l rulays. Sundays liy appointment
Hilly. 'I'lmne. Jl.
DR. GRACE W.B U RN ET f. Physician and
Surgeon. Market I. lock, Klliot St. Other
f i l" "..;'J a. m., 1. 30 to 2.30, and 7 to 8
p. in Trlrpl'.nnr, 744-W.
D r71 if P. GREEN E7Pbyslcian and Surgeon.
Ouiir, It ink l.loeU. llciirs: 9 30 to 10 a. in.,
1 In 3. and 7 tu p. in. Residence, 88 (jrecn
St Telep'ni'lie Cdlil.crtiun.
DR. C. B. HUNTER. Oltiee at residence
West llrttU n,ro. 1 lours : 8 to 9 a. in.; 1 to .',
ami 6..K to 8 p. 111. 'IVleplir.tie. 31K.
DR. E, R. LYNCH,-SurgeotT! Oilier, l'ark
ltld'., r .nn:. 1 and 3; te U pli.mc, 5i0. Office
pou. ji: I mil ) 1. r,, ' to 3. and 7 to 9 t. m. : . n .
t.. lit ... i .........
TLe Vermont TLrift Club, organbwil to imn lmse War Savings
nntl Thrift Stamps, is probably the most distinguished and at the
same time th most democratic orguutKafion vt f-n-me l in Vermont.
It is intended to enlist in its luenmership all the lVdoral and State
ollieers and emjiloyees in Vermont and will thus have a member
ship of several thousand, and will imlude on itiual terms all per
sons, whatever the nattily of t'.ieir serice fis.m janitor ti hit f
Justice serving the State or th3 United Suites or ariin' under l'el
eral or State commission in Vermont.
The above reproduction of the sheet containing the autographs
cf tho first members to join the Club bears more signatuv s of prom
inent officials than are often seen on a single document invire,
lr!iais, than ever h.uv appo t red before on a single Vermont docu
ment. The first tiro ai-mss th j top si;ows the familiar autographs
of : veraor ;raha:;i, who is I'resideni of the Club, Chief Justice
Walson ami Senator 1 lil'.inh.na . while below appear the hand
of many State officers. Scnut.tr l'i-ge and 'ongressiuen Greene and
ln!e. Federal .liaise ll;ve. .lu l- ni' the Su:r':no Court. Superior
liidge.. I'Gstniasterh, me. fibers of .ho Legislature. Sheriffs, and
others well known and less Uno ,vn.
The endr.vs.emont by tin e wn-n of the War Savings movement
is the strongest possible evido-v ,,f -s itj.prrtr.tice and of the In
terest that at 1 1 Vermonters shoii'd exhibit :ti thrift and savings dur
ing the w;ir am! in seein v that enaont buy:; its jtiota of $7,303,203
of War Saings Stamps before leeetnher 31. 1'JiS.
Iu Addition Members of Various Clubs
Have Been Active in Raising
Money for War Causes.
Food conservation is the line of war
effort iu which Veriaont women have
The tiieen .Moun-
ganized and financed a Girls' Waif are
league, the members of which assist
at the hostess house at Fort Ethan Al
len. The extension service of the Univer
sity of Vermont has aided the women
of the state by sending out oountry
agents to give demonstrations and in-t-truction
in preparing substitute foods.
Miss Hcrtha M. TerrUl, head of the de
partment of home economics at the uni
versity, lias been a prominent conser
At the Vermont state hospital for the
insane, ol which lJr. Watson Li. nasson
ent, who has assisted him in his work,
is a former president of the State Federation.
UTS"PT. Or AGRICULTURE
a r rni' iini ii.i ri-iiMi'iiiu- i l ' i , i i t m
Remdeiiee. Ml Canal St., telephone, 177. Sun- tam tate was one of the lirst to adopt
days l.y a.M.in(meiit only. ! wheat less days. Sixty-two per cent of
DR. A. I. MILLER, Hooker Mock-, Iirattle- Vermont women signed the Hoover
!,o,o. u-iuHmur,: to 9. i to t.M to 8. IMblic 8 pen kers and j.ress 1mb- H superintendent, women patients as
XT. B. NO YES. tit. Ti . Ftp Ear Mac. mnA i:..U.. 1 t : ...1 1 ....I I.. 1 .. '.. '.
Throa. 9toT.ri.3atos' UVdneTdnv a,,d s;,. '"V H" . " u' wu a so,c ot the men-m the con- Uaccefullv nlanted until the Riouud has
... ,!,... , no.... I i i... useu. 1 lie woman s commitWO. ttie vnlexciit wnrd lnvp icen l.prniittixl to . . , , ,
...S.....' ' v.wi.,.o,:.. , ti . . . V . -" . . ' oecoine warm ami the weatner sett leu.
.!,.,.. on i,.. .i,.,..o,, jmvn imiiiiis . v hi.-o, j.. niane Kiintea carmenis lor ine soniiers, -pi i . .,,i.,,...i tt, .,.r.T.j ,,,,
in mi- by mail or phone. American H1!k. A if mid thr I 'ilrmiol 11
- - - ' " ;iiiu iiicv coin i louit-u u niinmrriiiiit' ,. ,. i ...l,. l.vnn n ,r1 ,., '
E. L. TRACY. M. D. Oltue and residence. -14 nil l,...n n,.(W-,. .lon,i;.l ,.n,.-.,..l 4i.. ... :.l.,,i Ut"' haill, well Uiaillol. 1 lit
., " , ,, .... . . ... , , i iv.w... II1IU1U1I Ol i Ulilil liuuuru in nil- i . ,l..nia clwnl.I l,4i cf r inns '! .1 -.nnt
Mam Si. Hours: t, to 9.30 a. in., 1 to 3 and i.oa ,..o.l,i o... ti.. .. i i i. .,r . , , 1 , - , . , jii.inis Mioultt lie s t in lows leei cip.ui
7 to 8.30 ,.. in. Telephone. ............ ... .... t. ..wmu. m ateroury ncu ..ross euaprer. 'i nis . with t, h i . fwt a)w,.t in rows
DR. HCriRY TUCKER. Res deuce. 12 (.rove' . . ' ..n...... tareu nospuai was uie nrsi in ine couu-
Si ; telephone, J.'tf. onicr. Leonard l.loek. headed by Mrs. inlbert 1 . Davis of trv to be olaced on a ."0-50 diet basis.
101 GERMAN LIES NAILED.
Kaiscrite Busy in America, Spreading
H.mr .: i.3'i to 3. ai. I 7 t 8. Telephon-, ?)-W. Wjndsor, with a membership of about, as to flour, with distinct advantages to
DR. H. L. WATERMAN. Office. Abbott's .",.H(l. These have raised thousands of the health of the patLmts, and an an-
ltl.lK . l-.ll.ot St. Hrs.: 1.30 3. 6.30 8. Tel. 4J-W. dollars for Liberty bonds, war libraries, nual saving of more llian 500 barrels
W. H. LANE. M. D.. 117 Main St. Hours: I.'o.l f'r.wu ' Vf l V I.-. ..c n- n-i. j: l i t n-
E. BARBER. Attn
Rocm . Crosl.y 1,1 ,cl;, llr.;tt!ct.oro.
kOUEkT C. IjACON,
.lil-T I'.l.il.ln:;.. n.al'l. l,,
O. 11. HUGHES, Lawyer. Telephone. 73"w7"
TAMES E, HELYAR, Surveyor and Contract
ing Engineer. Telephone, 3 'J V.
It A R R O V S & CO., Wholesale and Retail
Dealers In coals of ad kinds. Oifcv, 37 Mam
St., Ilrafel,. r .
BO.U U iuJI, Exclusive underlakins- Au-
toi... ,,f. !vie. I -U pln.iie, Jb-V.
rigid anah'sis and gave their approval.
The Athena club of liurlington or- Mrs. Wnsson, wife of the superintend-I Agriculture
n. la lit. ra. ii.. 11 Alain St. Hours: i;.i li.w m c v u,,;.ri.t ..c ...... .n.. rri. ... ... t. n-,.t.
ll n ' lir:1 'ay,-.V i Armenian, lielglan and l'ol- ington "subiected the diet slips to a
1,. -r"c ii. tT . i, . . T-'.rrr.-vv'i r? . . n icnet.
. ii.i.r.. i.nce lirnrs. I'i lo li. .1. ill.,
' to 1 j.. m. Otlur hours bv appointment. Tele
phone i-ytnicctti.ni Chrstnut HilK
B. K. WHITE. mTd!, Physician and Surgeon.
.dl Si , oier Knech store. Telephone 717.
CHASE A CHASS, Attorneys at Law, 215 War
per lluil.lti K. Sc- ..ml 1 !,,or. Telephone 914.
10HW E. GALE, " A tt orneyatLa "wTCni I ford ,
IT ASIC INS 4. SCKWENKAttoTiey and
CcUTSellotti at law. UiattleKoro. Vt.
WASHINGTON, D. '., April 13.
German propagandists have been busy
since the entry of the Unitesl States
into the war. Falsehoods of every
character have been spread over every
section of the country with the idea
nr' nlmsimr i ln . niifideiice nf thf Ampr-
ine sect tor eggplant snouui ne sown . j,., ,,(.ople. So persistent has been the
in the hotbed about six weeks before thf . circulation of these carefully moulded
time to set plants in the open. The egg-1 pro-German lies that an official S
plant is a heat-loving plant and cannot K ' posure of them has been issued as a
pamphlet entitled The Kaiaente in
America, by the Committee on Public.
Information, S Jackson Place, Wash
ington, 1). C. A copv of this pamphlet
may be had free if inquiry will be di-j
reeled to the committee.
Tales have been current about in-;
Fresh manure should not be used terneu v.erman prisoners neing iea Jive
meals a day, about lied cross suppiu s .
little oeino; sold to shopkeepers by tusnoneM
.i,.h 'otlicials. bv criminal waste of food at
Have YOU Sytaiiee
for your sh
are of the
lon't wait until the last minute
Do It Sow!
The Brattleboro Trust Company
WILL BE GLAD TO TAKE YOUR SUBSCRIPTION
Cultivation should be frequent and thoi
on eesplant. but well totted manure may
be applied freely. In fact, there is
danger of getting the giound too
K.nM.hini ion- I... .w.'.l :.s si..,n n lii-.r.. traiiuno I'linins and many other like
enough and cannot U kept for any falsehoods either designed to diseourage
length of time. U. S. Department of volunteer Ked Cross work and the loyal
I efforts or housekeepers to save food or
calculated to create Jv troublesome dis
trust of the government.
The circulation of these stories is
often due to the folly of a citieu who
wishes to appear to have' "inside in
formation'' and who either iiuioreutiy
or intentionally starts a lie that rapid
ly grows worse as it spreads. A collec
tion of such lies and their refutation
has been made by the St. Louis Kepub
lic. A hundred and one of them are
included in The Kaiserite iu America.
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tU Ul'f. rteLlC iA!UM ;i
One of BOSTON'S -LEST-HOTELS j
Send for f ircohr and Msp;BM8
e-tpecisily Suitit! to die Requirements j
it UISTS on account of its Pleasanr )
Lc2ion at.d Accessibility from Every
P .int. ' I.IS'KIEI 1AM(IN. Hrop.
TRY THE CLASSIFIED COLUMNS
IN THE DAILY RF.FOWMER
DOINGS OF THE VAN LOONS
Grace is not going to be lelt entirely
rtr? irs ri-rtJ-.ti. Noyy-
SPECIMEN OR MAN
HOOD AS NOV VVArT
"TO iWy "YOUR HANDS
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0 'iMione 351-W
rJloran & Rohde
57 Main St., lfrallltboro
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