OCR Interpretation


The Brattleboro daily reformer. (Brattleboro, Vt.) 1913-1955, April 07, 1921, Image 7

Image and text provided by University of Vermont

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn86071593/1921-04-07/ed-1/seq-7/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for 7

THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY KKKOKM CI!. THURSDAY, APRIL 7, 1021
X
hr
I
FINDS NOTICE
CHANGE IN HER
Nashua Young Lady Says
It's Simply Wonderful
Way Tanlac Restored
Her Health
Miss Kva l'ollier. popular young I:il.y
(hcssuiakor for the St. .Tosejih Orphanage.
.Main .street, Nashua, X. II., is now an
indent champion of the merits of Tanlac
( si nee it lias proven so beneficial to her.
.Miss l'ollier says:
"Why, even my friends arc talking
ahoutthe grand improvement in my c-ii-l
it ton since I took Tanlac. for I've gained
10 poumls in weight ami my -oltr has
(nine back to my face so that I look almost
like a different person. Over a year agt
I commenced having stomach trouble, and
it just kept getting worse right .on. I
lost my appetite, .got to where I couldn't
eat meat or potatoes, and had indigestion
so had at times t lie pains almost set me
wild. I was nervous, couldn't sleep well,
and had dizzy, fainting spoils when I
couldn't s-tand up. ily whole .system
seemed to be run down, my blood appeared
to be thin, for pimples came all over my
face, and my back ached constantly.
"While on my vacation I went to
Worcester, Mass., and while thei-e I
heard about Tanlac and commenced taking
it. Well, it is simply wonderful .the way
i! has helped me. 1 can now eat potato.-s,
meats, or just anything else I want with
out a bit of trouble, and I sleep so well I
always feel strong and alert. The fact
is I'm in fine health in every way, and
Tanlac: gets all the credit for my recov
ery ."
Tanlac is sold in IJrattleboro by the
IJrattleboro Drug Co. Adv.
Thomas T. BriUan
Fire Accident
Insurance
Liability Life
Wilder BIdg., Brattleboro
ESTABLISHED, 1S72.
Largest Display of Caskets.
Finest Parlors. Chapel.
Professional Morticians
UNDERTAKERS.
Auto. Equipment, Perfect Service.
Tel. 2G4-W or 2M-R.
Bond Bid., Brattleboro, Vt.
PROFESSIONAL. CARDS.
DR. E. L. TRACY, Physician ana surgeon, 2U
Main St. Ofnce hours: 8 to 9 a. m., 1 to 3 p. in.,
7 to 8-0 p. m. Tel. 256.
DR. B. E. WHITE, Physician and Surgeon.
Barber Building, Rooms 205 and 206. Hours:
1-3 and 7-8 p. m. Office tel., 717-VY res., 717-R.
D R. G. B. H U N TER. Office at residence, Ves t
Prattleboro. Hours: 8 to 9 a. m.; 1 to 2, and
b.V to 8 p. m. Telephone, 318.
DR.-THO MA SR I C E , P h ysTc 1 an and Surgeo a'.
American Bldg. Tel., 291. Office hours: 1 to 3,
and in the evening.
W. J. KAINE, M. D., Physician and Surgeon.
Office, Room 10. Ullery building, llours: g."0
to 9..W; 1.30 to 3.00; 7 to 8. Office 'phone, 429-W.
Residence, 75 Frost St., 'phone, 429-R.
C. R. ALDRICH, M. D. Hours: 12.30 to 2.30,
7 to 8. Office 'phone, 165-W; house, 165-R.
X ray work a specialty.
ADVERTISEMENTS ;
Feminine Topics
GINGE
Rp-llil;: BALLS
DOUGH TWI5T5 THAT THE CHILDREN WILCttKE
drawer-" leeially reserved for them,
nlace. a sheet of tissue paper between
rich. This menus very little extra trou
lle. and tho blouses keep fresh and un
c rumpled nnich longer than if they are
ussed in anyhow.
The wedding season is approacliin;
mid invitations and announcements must
be planned for ahead. At Yauglan &
I'.nrnett's yon can be shown samples of
he correct styles for this sort of thing
both in hand-engraved and in the relief
ngraving which has the same effect
without the expense.
Mocha Washington Tie; One
'utter size of an egg. three-fourl h
f sugar, tliree-fonrths cup of milk,
half teaspoon soda in the milk, one
p:on cream of tartar. Filling:
up confectionofs sugar, two teasp.ousj
-ooa, two tanicKpoons hot coffee, on
easpoon vanilla, butter size of an egg.
flip
Ollf-
tea-One
One uart of sponge. one-half cupful of butter, one teaspoonful of sa t four
te-Kwo nf Is of molasses, one-quarter l aspoonful of soda, one teaspoonful of dry
ginger Cut in siL of quarter 'dollars, loll into balls, let rise and fry in deep,
hot fat.
The Professional and Pusincss Wom
en's club will have a sale of home-made
f.-Mi.K .-in. I salted nuts at the office of
the Cry-tal Springs lee Co.. 1 til Main
street, Saturday afternoon and evening.
When there are no
for salmon or meat
quantity of oatmeal,
atable change, and
besides.
bread crumbs ready
loaf, use the same
This gives a pal
is an "ever-ready"
What about new wail paper or new
window shades this spring? The im
mense stock of wall pajMTs at the IJrat
tleboro China Store shows that it i head
quarters for such goods. They have the
newest patterns and colorings in profu
sion. Thev carry the F.rcnliu shades.
New Pot a toe-s with Cream: P.oil or
steam 1 small new potatoes in jackets
and drain and peel. While cooking scald
one pint milk, thicken with two table
spoons flour mixed with a little cold milk
ainl add one cup diced cheese. Stir till
cheese is melted. Add three-quarters
spi mi salt, one-half teaMon pepper and
tlie potatoes. Heat thoroughly.
For a manicure, facial massage or a
shampoo at your own home, make an
apiointment with Mrs. P.ernice M. Field,
who can be reached by telephoning
t'dMi-W.
Peach Tarts: Line patty pans with
puff paste and bake. For tilling use half
of a preserved peach and sweetened
cream for each tart.
A tireless cookvr is one of the greatest
of conveniences, especially in the sum
mer. It will save fuel, heat and labor
so have them can testify,
ver inspected the Domestic
one of the finest on the
the Fmerson store ear-
as those w
Have you
Science
market,
ries V
coo
1
ker.
wincii
Uaisin-Apph
raisins, apples
onnaise.
lavers of
Sandwiches :
ind nuts, mix
lay on lettuce leaves
thin buttered bread.
Chop fine
with may-
Let ween
I was shown a rack of wonderfully at
tractive suits :it the I.urie Store yester
day. They are of the season's most
wanted materials, beautifully tailored
and with distinctive touches of braid, ctu-
You
women
fei ing
other
M rap
sr. IS.
tor.
will find those J?l.!S oxfords for
which Dunham Profilers are of
a really splendid value ami en
pretty h
iTeot thev
It Will be
-hoe
ia e
a r
in tin
ma rk
lipid s(
new
d at
Ming
one
ni tui:::-
broiderv and button
yotid the thirties bad
and trig, trim stles
as w
price-
as for the
ranged from
I'he woman be-
not been overlooked
were there for her
voungcr ones. The
s-M.r.0 to s:;!io(i.
When baking app!
re. insert a piece of
avity.
h
the
be ,
a 'ii
list
Thi
lint
Unite
after removing
if sugar in e.ich '
will eii the :i oole idst 1
)f sugar ii led. and it will
1 even'v through the entire
Honey Orange Cocktail:
cup orange juice, two table
lemon jllite. t'A' level ta'oiesp
or sugar, few grain; salt, c
Mix inirrediciit s thoroughly in
tail shacr. Put crushed ice
e -eMail glasses. pm,r in the mi:
crc at once, garnished v. it It
eIiow orange rind.
Two-tl
MOHS
ions 1:
M -bed
I
ir.l-
I was surprised yesterday to see what
l good looking silk petticoat onu "uld
get at, .1. I-. Mann's for only .L'.'.is. For
a littli' more there were prettv ones with
ier
flu -si
wear
well
ey tops and plaited
-e of heavier taffeta.
those of ment-ri.cd
ind wear well.
flounces and
For everyday
materials look
Piquant Sandwiches: ( onibine one!
cup seeded raisins, two-thirds cup boiled
ham. one-fourth cup sweet cucumber
pickles ami put through fiwid chopper.
Add one teaspoon lemon juice and mix
with may.nnai.se to spreading consistency.
NOItTIIFIEF.D, MASS.
J.ittie Gertrude Uiesser is visiting ner
-'randparcnts, M.r. ami Mrs. Alvin
George.
Mrs. Nellie 15. Laird and daughter,
Margaret, are at their home on I'ier
on road.
Miss Marion Webster and Miss 'Mary
How ies returned Saturday from a visit I
to Philadelphia.
Theodore Holton is home for his
spring vacat:on from Worcester Poly
leehicc Inst.inte.
Principal C. U. Marshall of the high
school will preach at the Community
church in Putney, Yt., the next two
Sundaxs. (
l-'aitli N'anderberg of the senior class
of Northlield sem,",'vy was taken to
Pratt leboro Menior'al ho-.pital Tuesday
for an operation for ap'iidicit is.
Harmony lodge of Masons will u to
Ci-fentuld April lit for the annual ex
emplification. K. F. Howard is the mas
ter, 'i iiis lodge will oiK'ii in the third
degree, change to first, and w ill worK '
the first section of the tii'st degree. I
ilie ninth grade basketball t:am of
Creentield played the first team of the
Hoys' Prigadc .Friday night at Skinner :
j:niiiasium. This was the third game in,
a series and was won by the visitor
!-!. 1 he home team won one game
til the series.
Matchless Flavor and Strength
Tho Matchless Qualities of
o!
Phi!?
SI
Mm
i-aii
mm mm
MM to
mmmm ..
are
TEA
evidenced in every cup. " The flavor is unique,
and the freshness of the leaf ensures the
most cups to the pound '
7"
Jordan's eyeglasses and spectacles are
carefully and correctly made. With
i heir own grinding machine they can
produce any lens necessary in a short
time. A complete line of everything op
tical can be found there.
Apricot us;ard rie : lake cue cup
dryed apricots, strain juice r.nd mash
fine. Peat two eggs and add one-half
cup sugar and mix with apricots. Now
p'uir over slowly one and one-half cup1
hot milk and when well mixed add one
teaspoon vanilla. Pour into plate lined
with pastry and bake in moderate oven
till custard is set.
The sui'i charged for the rental of a
safe deposit box at the Peoples National
l'.ank is really small when one's peace of
mind is assured thereby. Valuable doc
uments and papers are out of harm's
reach yet easy of acces whenever ncees
sarv for the owner.
A fire alarm Tuesday forenoon prov-d
to be for a lire on the property of Ko-1
selle ly ans. Lew is Davis w as burning j
hrtish and leaves on his place on War-j
wick avenue when tic flames quickly)
ran r. a show to the timber lot of i
Mr. Fvans. The fire department and
citizens soon had the fire under control.'
HAST NOUTIIF1KLD.
The concert to be given in the Audi
torium April IS promises to be one of
the great musical treats of the year.
1 hose who have attended the rehearsals
of the Creentield Orchestral society say
that their work is the best in years.
I he string section is very strong. Be
tween fo and -i.") musicians will be in the
orche-tra. The entertainment will l;
the fourth on the Northlield seminary
lecture course. The members of the
P.o ' l'.i i'.-ade of Nor'thtield will assist
in the sale of tickets.
Everybody
7
has takep advantage cf cur PARTIAL-PAYMENT
PLAN, which provides SEVEN PER CENT. INTER
EST ON TEN DOLLAR PAYMENTS for the purchase
of a One Hundred Dollar, Seven Per Cent, COLLAT
ERAL TRUST (Debenture) BOND.
We can take care of the few left. If you have net already
attended to this matter do it NOV.
If you have"$100 or more ready, we can
give you a bond at once.
T2RM0NT LOAN & TRUST CO.
F. H. Putnam, Sales Manager UratUcttor't, l.
0
7
If a silk or cv
it can easily be
ml cloth out i f Ii
tie ammonia has
each panel firmly
with a towel and
ttoii sunshade is soiled
leaned. Wring a tlan
ot w ater to w Inch a lit-
been added, and spinge
" e!l
d
III
ice.
eoek-
i:i four
tine and
shredded
but gent I v. Dt
leave open to drv.
rr
Jli.Y AWA'JDS VFKDICT.
Pel
It is i busy time fi V
ho have begun spring
Sparks Steam Laundry
part of the burden if
mattress covers, blanket'
must be washed. Such
heavy to do at home.
the huisew'ucs
cleaning. The
will shou'.b-r
you have r;ig.
r in mill'1 .".a. t'nr T"icobins d-o-
ceiv has a fuM line of fancy cakes and
cookies of the lainous Sunshine brand.
Such sweets ate good to keep on hand.
The delicious Del Monti" sliced pineapple
has Dea reduced in price there and I
think you will relish the new brand of
salted ieaii'ifs they have just put in.'
tc.
thing
Painted furniture is vei
gue at present and anvu
hiehi
so!
Whin putting blouses ayay
th
Woman. Anpiilted of Arson Charge. Sues
CornpMiy Is iivrti $1 ;, K Damagrs.
lU llI.INC n N. April 7. The jury in
the case of Cora K. Ryan again-t the
Orient 1 11 r:i i.f company cf Hartford.
Conn., and P. S. Hayes of P.ellow s Fulls,
insurance adjuster, returned a verdict las
night in Chittenden c.unty court for
Si::.(!(!0 for the plaintiff. Mi'ss Ryan sued
to reoovi r for malicious prosccu'.iou.
Some years ago she conducted a mil'inery
t ore in Purlington. 'i'his store burned in
January, P'l-'!. and a state prosecution for
arson was brought against her. The trial,
however, resulted in her acnuittal.
y liiiuii in
ne who is at
all gifted 111 the way of painting, uny
with enamel and patience and ski!'
entirely transform an old pi''c- of i'tir
i.it ure.
C. R. ANDERSON, Surgeoa and Physician.
Surgery a specialty. Otrice and residence.
Brooks House, 1J3 .Main St. llours: After
noons, I.JO to 3; evenings, 7 to 8, except Tues
days and Fridays. Sundays by appointment
only. 'Phone 2-W.
DR. GRACE W. BURNETT, Physician &ni
Surgeon. Market Block, Elliot St. Ortice
hours: 8.30 to 9.30 a. m.: 1.30 to 2.30, and 7 to 8
p. m. Telephone, 744-YV.
DR. H. P. GREENE, Physician and Surgeon.
Ofiice, Bank block. Hours: 1.30 to 3. aiel 1 to
8 I. m. Residence, 83 Green St. Telephone
connection. Mornings and Sundays by ap
pointment only.
EDWARD" RTLYNCH, M. D. Surgery a pe
cialty. Office, Park Building. 'I'hon, 540.
Hours, 1 to 4 p. tn.; 7 to 9 p. m. Residence,
Putney Road. T'hone, 177. Sundays by ap
pointment only,
DR. A. I. MILLER, Hooker block. BTaTtle
bc.ro. Oftice hours : 8 to 9, 1 to 2, 6J0 to 8.
VT. R. NOYES, M. D., Physician and Surgeon,
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat. Glasses fitted. Urs
9-12,1.30-5. Wed. and Sat. Eve. Am. Bldg.
DR. HENRY TUCKER. Residervce, 12 Grove
St.; telephone, 258. Office, Leonard block.
Hours :1.30 to 3, and 7 to 8. Telephone, 29-YV.
DR. H. L. WATERMAN. Office, 117 Main Sf.
Over Kuech's store. Hrs.: 1.30-3, 7-8. Tel. 42-W.
W. H. LANE, M. D., 117 Main St Hours:
1 t3 and,7 to 8 except Sundays. Tel. 789-W.
DR. C. G. WHEELER, Osteopathic Physician,
110 Barber Bldg. Office hours: 10 to 12 and 2
to 4. Treatment by appointment. Tel. 219-W.
HASKINSSCHWENK, Attorneys audComi
scllors at Law. Brattleboro, Vt.
DR. G. F. BARBER, Dentist, Union block.
Jirattleboro.
Bar-
More of that nine und one half cent
curtain -crim has arrived at the F. W.
Kuecii Store. The surprising ipiantities
idch they have sold is amule pr-t if that
it is o hargain and is just the thing
vhere iuexpensi-,e curtain material is
iicihd.
Ncvr
wlifii not
f.i
tireless
r ti
dly
in use.
''I v.-int a loaf of Fairhanl; -'s hrea
said a youngster the other day. "
out." said the merchant, "'hut there
plenty of this kind." "No. mother
w.iv'4 wants Fairhanhs's hread." s
the h iy. Mother had gi od judgment.
is
a'-
tid
Short candle ends may he
mixed with an dpial aiuoiint of
tine and used to polish floors.
melt ed.
lurpen-
As 1 i.'iniels, the insurance man. savs.
"Fire has no herald to tell of its com-j
hi'.'. ir win eat mi the savings ot a
lifetime iii an hour. Money put in a fir
insurance policy buys sure indemnity
for loss if lire visits you. Can you af
ford t.) he w ithout it V
Stuffed liaisins: I'se seeded raisins.
Ilinse in hot water and roll in a towel to
plump them. r.laneh almonds and nit
part of them for variety. Make a cur
the length of fho raisin, insert an al-
1 mond, draw the skin tightlv and leave
a portion of almond exposed. Kill in pul
verised sugar.
.!
not
hit
FRANK E. BARBER, Attorney at Law.
her Building, Brattleboro.
O. B. HUGHES, Lawyer. 212 Barber building.
Telephone 1106-W.
BARROWS& CO., Wholesale and RrtIil
fJealers in coals of all kinds. Office, 37 Main
St., Brattleboro.
BOND &SON7 Exclusive Undertaking. Auu
fnobile .service. Telephone 264-W.
miss t he s;ile
let goods at the I'.rattlehoio lruj
feiuoirow ami Saturday. It is
stock which includes practically
thing made in this line. Articles
were To cents will he sold for 1M
ivory
; S
a
SI
for
tire
articles
) cent
.stock.
for :
and
I cent
so on
. SI.."
thron;
toi
or hig
v.-ry-
hich
cent s.
art ic'es
the en-
When preparing a
fry rnhhing it iusid
lemon. It will whiten
it more fender.
t u 1 key
with '
the ih-
cuicUcn
pice of
make
and
P
WORK DAYS
AND REST NIGHTS '
Can vou do it now? If you cant,
there s Gomethino wron.
Many find coffee a disturbing
clement, so wisely leave it off
and use
bstmn Cereal
ostum is a pure
cereal drink con
taining nothing that
can possibly disturb
nerves or digestion .
YguW find Po stum
has a delightful fla
vor tnat fully satisfies.
"Hieves a Reason forPostum
Made by Vostum Cereal Ca,Ic,
Batik CrechyMich .
8
Spain is s;id to have nearly a cpiarter.
of a million beggars.
Reformer Advertisements Pay Best Try One
rev vj'Titfi'vw
1 jyri
'IT SPEA:j ITSELF-
ITS
THE GARDNER LIGHT FOUR, RUSSELL E. GARDNER'S GREAT
EST TRIUMPH, IS NOW HERE THE CROWNING SUCCESS OF
OVER 33 YEARS' SUCCESSFUL EXPERIENCE IN MANUFACTURING
VEHICLES ST HAS QUALITY, STYLE, PLUS A LOW PRICE.
THE SENSATION CF 1S2!, THIS CAR IS THE CENTER OF
ATTRACTION WHEREVER SHOWN AND IS IN SURPRISING
DEMAND IT HAS PROVED ITS QUALITIES IN THE HANDS OF
THOUSANDS CF CMTH'JSI ASTIC AND SATISFIED OWNERS
THEY PRAISE ITS PERFORMANCE, PROFIT BY ITS ECONOMY
AND ARE PROUD OF THE! R OWNERSHIP.
WE PRIDE OURSELVES THAT OUR EFFORTS TO SECURE THE
FRANCHISE FOR THE GARDNER LIGHT FOUR HAVE BEEN SUC
CESSFULIT AFFORDS US THE OPPORTUNITY OF SELLING A
BETTER CAR AT A LOWER PRICE WE INVITE YOUR PERSONAL
INSPECTION OF THIS REMARKAGLE CAR RIDE IN IT OR DRIVE
IT CALL US UP FOR A DEMONSTRATION.
ID
- -W
INC,
m, at sTiii::;r, imioni: s.:.
v & i2b 2?
F. O. D. ST. LOUIS
0
PHONE 354-W
U Moran & Rolide
Funeral
Diredors
Automobile Equipment
57 MAIN STREET
Brattleboro, Vermont
CARL F. CAIN
Mr.nciiANT TAir.oi:
15 aiala Street
The
Clancy ICids
Some Truth!
By
PERCY Im CROSBV
jf) by lh MtClure Nev.pP?T Eyndlol
POl5, WHAT'j
fORTUNATe'. WHEN A
MAN MAK65 A L0T0F
I MONtrWriAT OD
"7 THEY CALL MIM?
1
7
' 1
-s
mm
ujmat 00 pcoplc say j JHeoiDNr h
-j V iuhcn a man fa ls j fAn' z v" 1
4;
mm,
o

xml | txt