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THE BRATTLEBORO DA 11 A' REFORMER,' THURSDAY, MARCH 10, 1021.
JUST GOT OVER A COLD? Look out for ludney troubles and backache. Colds overtax the kidneys and often leave them weak. For weak kidneys well, read what a Brattleboro woman says: Mrs. Milo Moon, 204 Elliot St., says: "Bonn's Kidney Pills are a great med icine. I used them several years ago when I was in a very bad condition with my back and kidneys, which was due to a bad cold that had settled on my kidneys. I was troubled with a weak and lame back. I also had severe headaches and dizzy spells and my kid neys were very weak and irregular in action. I heard of Doan's Kidney Tills and ot a couple of boxes. In a short time they rid me of the trouble and J have never Teen bothered to this day. I ra glad to say a word in praise of Doan's Kidney Tills. " Me, at all dealers. Foster-Milburn Co., Mfra., Buffalo, X. Y. Burpee's Slringless Green Pod That vou may test the value of BURPEE QUALITY SEEDS we wil!, during this month, s-nd entirely free a large trial packet of Burpee's Stringlesa Green Pod Bean Seeds. With the Beans wo will send a Burpee Booklet about the best seeds that grow, both absolutely free. All we ask is that you send us a two cent stamp to pay the postage. Write for your beans today. W. ATLEE BURPEE CO. J Growers Philadelphia BROOKS HOUSE G. E. Sherman Manager EXCLUSIVE UNDERTAKING EMBAJLMERS Automobile Service Tel. SW-VT BRATTLEBORO, VT. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. K2. E. L. TRACT, FayiicUa and Sorgeaa, 21 Main St. Office hours: 8 to 9 a. m., 1 to 3 p. m. 7 to 8.30 p. m. Tel. 256 DJt B . WHITE, PhyHclam and Sotkmb Barber Builidnf, Room 295 and 2S. Hours 1-3 nd 7-8 p. m. Office tel., 717-W re.. 717-g PR. G. B. HUHTER. Offic at residence. Wet Brattleboro. Hour: 8 to 9 a. m. I to J, nr .3Q to 8 p. m. Telephone, 318. DR. THOMAS RICE. Payiiciaa anoTSAigeok 153 Main St. Tel.. 291. Office hours: I to 3 mad in the evening. W. J. KALNE, M. D.f Physician and Surgeon Office, Room 10, Ullery Building. liourt: 8. to 9.30; 1.30 to 3.00; 7 to 8. Office 'phone, 429-W Residence, 75 Frost St., 'phone, 429-H. C. R. ALPRICH, M. D. Hours: 12.2b to 2.J0 7 to 8. Office 'phone, 165-W houlis. 165-B X-ray work a specialty. G. R. ANDERSON, Surgeon ana Physician. Sargery a specialty. Office and residence Brooks House, 128 Main St. Hours: Aftet1 noons, 1.30 to 3; evenings, 7 to 8. except Tues days and Fridays. Sundays by appointment only. 'Phone 246. DR. GRACE W. JbURHEIl, Physician and Surgeon.. Market ii'oclc. Elliot St. Offic hours: 8.30 to 9.30 a. tu : 1 to and 7 to p. m. Telephone, 744-W. DR. H. P. GREEHE, Phj lcia ryi Surgeon Office. Bank block. Hour. 9.31 to M a. in 1 to 3. and 7 to 8 p. m. Residence, 88 Greta S' Telephone connection. e r ward' rTYTSxh . M. D. Surgery spe. cialty. Office. Park Building. 'Phone. 5. Hours, 1 to 4 p. m.; 7 to 9 p. m. Residence Putney Road. 'Phone, 177. Sundaya by ap pointment only. DR. A. X. KILLER, Hooker block, Brattle boro. Office hours: 8 to 9, I to 2, 6.30 to 8. W. R. NOYES, M. V., Physician and Surgeon, Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat. Glasses fitttu. Hrs. 9-12, 1.30-5. 'Wed, and Sat. Eve. Am. Bldij. DR. HENRY TUCKER. Residence, 12 Grov. St.; telephone, 258. Office, Leonard block Hours: 1-30 to 3, and 7 to 8. Telephone, Zh DR. H. L. WATERMAN. Office. VlTfStTSi Over Knech's store. Hrs. : 1.30-3, 7-8. TeL 43. W. W. R. LANE, M. D, 117 Main St Hours 1 to 3 and 7 to 8, except Sundays. Tel. 769-W. DR. C. G. WHEELER, Osteopathic Physician, 110 Barber Bldg. Office hours: 18 to 12 and 2 to 4. Treatment by appointment. Tel. 219-W EASKINS & SCHWENK, Attorneys and Conn seiiora at Law. Brattleboro, Vt. JOHN E. GALE, Attorney at Law. Guilford Vt. Telephone, 382AV. DR. G. E. BARBER, Dentin. Brattleboro. Union block- FRANK E. BARBER. Attorney at Law Bar p. B. HUGHES, Lawyer. 212 Barber building. Telephone 1106-VV. . BARROWS CO, Wholesale and Retail Dealers in coals of all kinds. Office, 37 Main !., lraTiCDOTO BOND & SON, Exclusive Undertaking. Auto mobile service. Telephone. 2M-W. 'PHONE 354-W Moraii & Rolide Funeral Dire&ors Automobile Equipment 57 MAIN STREET Brattleboro, Vermont advertisements; Feminine ..... . . ' . . i r - U dp errv - : 1 outtiii" out each tart, cover the bottom oi your dripping pan with the rollel-out crust "then out in the tart mixture by teaspm.nfuLs, und then the top crust, press- ing edges nrmly togeiner. neu uakcu Just a telejhone call for COO-TV and vou can arrange for Mrs. lSerniee M. Field to come to your home and give you a shampoo, manicure or facial massage. I think you will be pleased with her ser vice. Finely chopped raLsins and nuts are delicious if rolled into little balLs and dusted with sugar. More bargains at the Taber salesrooms at V Elliot street, lie has two hair mat tresses, both clean and in good condition, which he can Bell at a low price, and some one will soon purchase, I am sure, the dining table and six matching chairs I saw there. Eggs Poached in Tomato Soup: One can of tomato soup and number of eggs required. Heat soup to boiling point in dat pan and drop eggs as for teaching, serve hot on buttered toast with hot soup. A window full of new spring models .if women's low shoes greets the eye at Dunham Brothers. The showing in cludes both black and tan leathers and .'ither Cuban or military heels. All are marked at the one price 4.!)S which strikes a low note in the scale of shoe prices. If mouse holes are covered with tar paper the mice will disappear, for the smell of tar is distasteful to them. You should see the new wall papers at he Brattleboro China store. The assort aient is at its best with the latest patterns for you to choose from for any room. They have a few remnant lots which are celling rapidly because of their low price. If house plants droop from no appar ent cause and refuse to thrive, try water ing them solely by pouring warm water into the sau-ers every day. It may give them a new lease of life. The show windows of Mrs. Smith's hat shop contain many charming hats in the new Harding blue which undoubt edly will be much worn and the sailor, Mrs. Smith tells me, will be more popu lar than ever. She lias both the roll and straight brim in the smartest of styles. To keep black stockings a good color, wash in warm, soapy water and add a little vinegar to the rinsing water. Glasses broken again? Why not have the next pair insured? They do this at Vaughan & Burnett's and they will gladly explain this money-saving idea to you when you avail yourself of their optical service. Pie Crust for Meat Pies: Two cups sifted flour, '1 teaspoons baking powder, Vj teaspoon salt, 1 tablespoon each of lard and butter. Cut shortening well into other ingredients, then add egg beaten lightly in a cup and fill cup with sweet milk. This also makes a splendid shortcake crust. A consignment of delicious strawberry and raspberry jam has just arrived at the Stebbins grocery. 1 can testify to its ex cellence from my personal experience. Their home-made pies, cakes and dough nuts are as tempting as ever. Creamed Eggs with Cheese: Cook V. eggs until hard, slice when old into 1 cup of white sauce. When boiling hot tir in carefully tablesttoons ot grated cheese and .season with cayenne. Serve n rounds of toast. If you can't have a new hat, cheer up and fix over the old one with the help of a bottle of Colorite. iet out the f;idet blouse and sweater and dye them with a package of Colorite fabric dye. Colorite is a friend in need many a time and can always be found at the Brattleboro Drug store. Sometime when you chance to bake an angel cake too brown, wrap it for a few minutes in a piece of cheesecloth that has been wrung out of water. All the brown can be removed. Fifty years a?o editors in Switzerland who advocated woman's rights were prosecuted according to law. e ancy Kids Timmie Puts It Over On the P. O. op PERCY L.CROSBY by th McClur Nwtjtpr SyedkMt. C mm Topics ttiaw tr-;ti Tillino- nnt too soft, instead of tui tu miuui. Money has wings tliey say and it flies away, but it flies back to you when it has hri tnwm-d mivine for an endow ment life insurance lwlicv. The wise will investigate this form of insurance with Daniels, the insurance man, at 14 Crosby block. A fine knitting-needle is excellent for testing to lind out whether baked or boiled fruits and vegetables are sufficiently cooked. It does not break them or leave unsightly marks like a fork. Perhaps not all maple sugar makers know that table felt makes the very best svrup strainer. It can be bought by the v'ard at the F. TV. Keuch store and those "who have used it say it does the work thoroughly and is very easy to wash. If vou use Canton flannel as a cover u.ider" your tablecloths, and you sometimes find it too lony, better than tucking it in at the ends is to attach tapes to the cor ners and catch them to hooks placet! on the center well out of sight on the under side. We are to have no blue Sundays, why have any blue Mondays? They can be done away with by arranging with the Sparks Steam Laundry to call regularly for all or a part of the weekly washing. They will also iron all or part of them. Bright artificial flowers give an effec tive touch of color in any room. When the call comes for new window shades or draperies remember that the Emerson store lias a tine line of these goods which have Ix-cn carefully selected as well as portieres and couch covers. This store is the home of home furnish ings. Baked Apples With Figs; Wash the apples, remove the cores, leaving the blos som end unbroken. In the cavity of each apple place one tespoonful of chonpvl tigs and till with sugar or sirup. Place in a baking dish and baks slowly until the apples are tender. Begin a checking . account at the Brat tleboro Trust company and enjoy the con venience of a check book when paving the bills of your spring shopping. You will know, too, just what every dollar went for. A simple form of bookkeeping for the careless. I The dishes in which flour and eggs i have been mixed can be quite easily 1 cleaned if they are allowed to stand in cold water for a few minutes before washing. Hot wnter only hardeus the mixture and makes it very difficult to re move. "Why does my head ache every day?" is a question so often asked and the an swer has been in many cases, "because you need glasses, or thote you are wearing are not what you should have." A visit to Jordan, the optician, for an examina tion and fitting may soon end the head aches. If chili sauce is mixed with a heavy mayonnaise a delicious dressing may be evolved ut short notice. Fairhanks:s doughnuts, either the raised or other variety, are the compan ions of many a brenkfast cup of coffee and the combination is an excellent one. When maple syrup is on hand the raised ones will be found just the thing to go with it. ! The gardener often rises in the morning I to lind that Jack Frost has been at work. 'Experience seems to teach that if the frosted plants are sprinkled freely before the sun rises they may be saved from ab solute loss. It is claimed that if the gar den is irrigated while the temperature is at the danger point the plants will not freeze. There are 12.00-1 ,"23 telephone subscrib ers in the I'nited States, giving an aver age of one telephone to about 10 persons. j did vocpo;r MYce.TTtK,( TOWNSIIEXI). Many Will Attenty Vagabonds. Tickets for the owning entertainment at the new town hall Friday evening, when the three-act drama. The Vagabonds, will be presented, are selling like "hot cakes" at C. C. Itobinsou's store and the house bids fair to be entirely sold out before the doors open. Ilefore 8 o'clock Monday morning 113 tickets were .sold and at. tiiirht nearly K'O had been dis posed of. The hall can be made to seat about fiOO. All seats are reserved. The T. (I. 11. society has bought with tunas in its treasuo ai.u ircenieti tor. use in the town hall-a suppiy f dishes which will beva good foundation for a full supply for the shelves. The dishes include 13 dozen dinner plates, .13 dozen soup plates, l.j doze u cups and saucers, two dozen milk pitchers, two dozen sugar bowls. These dishes, wliich were ordered by C. C. Kobinson from a Springfield, Mass., firm, have been placed hi the con venient built-in cupboards in the commo dious kitchen at the town hall and will be used at the oyster supper Friday night. , large dish pan and six-quart enameled ware coffee pot have ' been presented, by .wi. uini .viis. n. ,"ure tut use in cue, jaie, were guests at Jiion Leonards Sun kitchen, dav. The wings and hack partition for the Mr. and Mrs. C. TV. Jones have moved stage have been built this week by T il- from their farm to the home of their ham Cushman of Brattleboro and put in son, Kenneth. place and the handsome painted curtain Weston Siiovvs three children are ill ordered by the building committee arrived with bronchitis. Dr. HefTIon ol Wardsboro Monday night and will be hung by Mr. was called to attend them. cjusnman. it is expecieu mat a new range will be placed in the kitchen during the week. A new piano has been purchased for use in the main hall by the Community club and was selected at Harber's music store in Brattleboro by the president, C C. Kobinson. This will be ready for use of the orchestra Friday evening. AH are glad to know that little Ruth Sparks is gaining each day. Edward Bailey received news Friday of the death of his brother in Itrookliue. Several sugarmakers tapped their trees last week, getting a good run for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Amos Fife have moved into the upper tenement iu John Jrouts house. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Adams have bought ef C. II. Evans of Springfield. Mass., ihe Evans place, which they have been occupy ing sonic, time. Mrs. Robert Cushman and friend, Mrs. Thompson, of Yonkers. N. Y., came Sat urday to be a guest at the home of her father, J. II. Ware. Lincoln Taft has soil Ids white Shet land pony to Robert ii eenwood's son. The pony is a frisky little animal und has fur nished much amusement for the people iu the village. A union service will be 'held in the Con gregational church Thursday evening of this week. Rev. R. II. Bos worth will be in charge, taking the lesson from John 10, Jesus as a Shepherd. Mis.-, Catherine Plant, who had been spending the winter with friends in New York, returned to her home here last week. She came by way of Boston und stopped with friends there. The winter term of school at the graded school and seminary will close March 11 for two weeks' vacation. The play which has been rehearsed at the seminary for the benefit of The Messenger will be pre sented at the beginning of the spring term. The ice in West river went out in this section Monday afternoon. As a result of the rain and fogs, water covered the road below the Wood place south of West Townshend and the road and meadows at the Post place. Ice from a previous partial break-up had jammed in along the river here. From this pointr south the river is clear, the ice doing no damage. LONDONDERRY. Joe Yaudo is home from Worcester, Mass. Rollond Shattuck of Keene. N. II. , is visiting his parents, Mr, and Mrs. George Shattuck. Mrs. Frank Stowell has gone to Con cord and Boston to visit relatives. Her health is not good. Williams Brothers have begun spring sawing. George Williams's knee has im proved so that he is running the big saw. Londonderry people are glad to see Still man Childs out again. He has been con fined in the house eight wveks with a sore on his leg, caused by varicose veins. Mr. and Mrs. Winfield Manchester and infant son, on account of business being so dull in Springfield, have stored their gitods and are liviug here with her mother, .Mrs. Strong. Sir. Manchester is working for Williams Brothers. NORTH WINDHAM. Mrs. Dana Grin wold is visiting in Roch ester, N. Y. Hugh Dawson and George Thompson of Manchester were at Frank Dawson's the first of the wt-ek. Mrs. Ora Severence, who has been ill several weeks, is more comfortable. Dr. Stevenson of Chester attends her. EAST DOVER. Cemetery Association Formed. Among the organizations which have just tiled articles of association with the secretary of state is the East Dover Cem etery association. Inc., for maintaining a cemetery here. Following are the incor- porators: . C. ). Dunham. TV. C. Halla-! day, W. D. Howe, L. G. Snow and C. S. j Sherman, all of East Dover. S r-'A W i i A AS Lack hurt you? Can't straighten up without feeling sudden pains, sharp aches and twinges V Now listen That's lum Imgo, sciatica or maybe from a strain, and you'll get blessed relief the moment you rub your back with soothing, penerating "St. Jacobs Oil." Nothing else takes out sreness, lameness ami stiffness so quickly. Vou simply rub it on and out comes the j WEST TOWN.SIIEM). Mrs. L. J. Harris was in lSrattleboro Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Patch of Newfane were guests at C. ). Kimball's Wednes day. Lawrence Howe of TVatertown, Mass.. was at th Lawrence homestead the first of the week. Miss Edith Kidd"r, school teacher at South Windham, visited Miss Edith J Clarke Friday. Frank Hescock. who is working for Ar thur .lennison. has been sricndinir n week with lriends m Waidsboro and Stratton On account of the river breaking up Monday tin- water set back in the high way ab.Mit two feci d-ep in lrout of II. E. Post's house. Walter Decell transferred the passen gers over the hill to and from the depot to the washout at the railroad trestle on Post's luead.iw Monday. WEST DOVEK. O. E. Hill of Wilmington spent last week with relatives and lriends here. j Mr. and Mrs. William Harris and son, Mrs. F. H. Holland of East Dover was called here Saturday by the serious illness of her little grandson, Lewis Snow. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Holland of East liampton, Mass., called on their sisters, Mrs. TV. J. Snow and Mrs. C. J. I'pton, Monday. Iron, according to Aristotle, was once extensively employed as currency. Making Places for Dimples Wonderful Effect of Iteolo in Filling Out Hollow Cheek. With New Firm Flesh. Regardless of what and how much you eat, if the nervous system is unstrung and the iron has been burned out of the blood, the long, drawn face ami haunted expres sion will remain. But put Reolo into your blood, let the nerve centers come in con tact with it. and then you have started upward. There is one component of Reolo that actually provokes an increase of flesh. In combinaffon with this ele ment there are ingredients that increase red corpuscles enormously in certain anemic conditions. In a day or two the appetite improves in a way that is a reve lation to those who found it hard work to eat. and soon the bluish paUor of the skin is replaced with the pinkish hue of health. You now not only feel well, you look it. such is the remarkable influence r.f Reolo in but a few short days. But this is not all. Reolo has Intensified the activity of the vital processes ti such an extent that the old feeling of exhaustion after effort is completely gone. It is certainly most comfortable and satisfactory feeling of reassurance, and there is no other condi tion to be compared to it. Ask any of the clerks at the Brattleboro Drug Co.'s store and any other leading drug store about Reolo. They are selling it and recommending it upon the strength of what they see every day, men and women the very picture of health who six weeks before were nervous ami bloodless despondent. Get a $fl.H box of Reolo today and live. Adv. QUICK RELIEF F Get Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets That is the joyful cry of thousand? since Dr. Edwards produced Olive Tablets, the substitute for calomel. No griping results from these pleasant little tablets. They cause the liver and bowels to act normally. They never force them to unnatural action. Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets are a soothing, healing, vegetable compound mixed with olive oil. If you have a bad taste, bad breath, feel dull, tired, are constipated or bilious, you'll find quick and sure re sults from Dr. Edwards' little Olive Tablets at bedtime. 15c and Z'Jc. a box. pain. It is perfectly harmless and doesn't burn or duseoior the" jikin. Limber up Don't suffer ! Get a small trial bottle from any drug store, and after using it just once you'll forget tiiat you ever had backache, lumbago or sciatica, because your back will never hurt or cause anv more, misery. 11 never disappoints and has been recommended for (WJ years y R1 CONSTIPATION rJ UlD YOU WTTHt two cent stamp oh it?J 5 IT HAS THEM ALL BEAT SAYS TRAVELING MAN Wakes Up Fresh and Full of Energy and Can Work All Day Without Tiring Since Taking Tanlac Still another well-known traveling man endorses Tanlac. This time it is J. M. Grossman, of Horton street, Rut land, the popular representative of Proc ter & Gamble in Vermont and New Hampshire. "This Tanlac lias' pot the world beat," said Mr". Crossnian, "when it comes to bracing a man up and making hira feel like working. For a year or so before taking it I hadn't been up to the mark by a long shot. Then I became awfully sick from vaccination, and had to spend six weeks in a hospital, following which I had indigestion all the time and ate r o Jfelp (or the mM mm mmMMMW nm If? MP mm f IfftM-liS if 4L , It is not always easy for the head of the house to please the whole family with one box of candy. The happy solution of this difficulty lies in the Kibbe Buffet Box. Here are "everybody's" favorites chocolates with cream centers, fancy centers and nut centers ; Jordan almonds, sweet-cream caramels, delicious preserved ginger all in one box. . Kibbe Chocolates are dipped with silver tongs no hand or even a finger touches them. Your dealer doubtless carries them in many assortments, as well as the other famous Kibbe favorites such as Social Whirls, Cocoanut Cream Bars, Nut Venetians and Pure Sugar Patties. Ask for Kibbe's by name. Kibbe's, Springfield, Mess. 17 IN MARCH we begin our 1 7 th year in business. To celebrate the occasion we will, for the first 1 7 days in March, mark 17 portable table lamps to sell at 17 off the regular prices. 17 lamps; one, two and three lights, all different designs for 1 7 days only at 1 7 discount. HORTON D. WALKER Advertising' in The Reformer Brings Good Results.' You Dir;' little my strength all left me. Many a night I got practically no sleep at all, and then 1 got up with a mean, worn out feeling and a nervous headache that stayed with me all day long. I never felt like calling on my trade, for 1 had so little vim and energy it was a task to talk to anybody. "So many people were talking about Tanlac I decided to see what it would do for me, and, sir, it proved to be the very thing I needed. Honestly, I sleep better now than any one of my six children, and wake up feeling fresh and vigorous. I make a full hand at the table, too, and can eat just any t Mug I please , without feeling p moment's dis comfort afterwards, I cuu go out on tho road and meet i.y customers and talk business all ciy long and feel good all the time. In fact I don't think" I ever felt better iu my life. Tanlac ce'rtainly de livers the goods. Tanlac is sold In Brattleboro by the Brattleboro Drug Co. Adv. headoftlw house 17 17 -i uJATCHWC 0ROPfeo