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THE JBIIATTLEBOKO DAILY KEldtMER; TUESDAY, MAY 31; 1921.
HAD TO LIVE ON SKIED MILK I Don't Believe Anyone Was' Ever In Worse Shape, Says Manchester Citizen "Vi, sir, it V a fad, I l-.roko down in irt ely six iiitnitli ayti," said Micfi iul ;'liiiiis, .h'iiima- Street, Man lu ster, N. II., leet litly. '"1 had tij ii'isf ui) in job ami quit all will k and Illy t ronlilfs ke)t ;.-tvh-in:r until it looked like 1 iiatl even t liiiiK the matter with me. My stomaeli iieailx tiae lnejits somet imes and nas formed so had that many a time I sat ii oi!tdoois nearly all nitrlit lorn; to keep Iroiii smothering to death. Finally J not. so had oil' 1 had to ;0 to the hos pital si ml I stayed there l?iv; mont lis and a hall'. J had to live entirely on three eups oi' skimmetl milk a day and 1 went down in weight ami got as weak as a hahy. "I had a had ease of !" ' ' -tt ion and was siihjeet to frequent headaches ami dizzy spell. My kidneys nearly worried the lite out of me and my le.-t and leet were swollen all up something awful. My m-rves finally hroke down ami at times I had terrible rumbling, l infill.' mii- es in my head. I don't be lieve aii.tb.idv was ever in worse thape tiinl lived to' tell the story. "A few weeks iljjo I deeitletl to try T:uil.ie ami see for myself if all the talk. 1 kept hearing about it was m. Well, sir. I have taken live botlles.axd it's a fait, I feel like a new man. Why, it is hi it h ti-.; short of remarkable the way 1 have improved. My appttite is the Knest kind and I tan eat mt'st anvlhiiK J want, and my stomaeli hardly bothers me enough to notice it. Today 1 site the biwest suit of a dinner ami it didn't hurt me at all. "Mv kidneys and nerves are both in i line oitler ami that suellinu lias all left j . . ..! i. i l... .. .....1 my icei ami it'us. i su-tp i:n.- .net .ui no longer ut ipatett or !;oth red w itli heaiiaehes or thoe Mimblin-noises. In fact, it seems like I hac been made ;ll oxer ui;aitt ainl iln-iv is iiothiinr I i-an s,i fur Tanlae (lint's piiij eiHiils:h. 'I'aiiiae is sold in Jlra 1 1 leboro by the IlmUhboro Dru Atlv. Ladies' and Gentlemen's Clothes CLEAN LI . PRESSED AND ALTERED Satisfaction (iuaranteed Prompt Service 1 5 rooks Douse I'arbrr Shop ESTAP.LISUED. 1X72 Largest Display of f'a.sKefs Finest Parlori. Ch-el. Professional Morticians UNDERTAKERS Ant. Equipment Perfect SeIc. Ttl. 264 W or 264 R. Bond Bid., Bmtieboro, Vt PROFESSIONAL CARDS. DR. E. t. TRACY, FCyslctan ana surgeon, 314 Main St. Office hours: 8 to 9 a. in.. 1 to 3 p. n-. 7 to..S0j. jn.Tel. 25c. DR. B. E. WHITE, Physician and Surgeon. barber H-iilditiR, Room AJi and 206. H'lurs: 13 and 7 8 p. m. Oftce tel.. 717-W re .. 717 R- t)R. G. B. HUNTER. Office at residence. West Brattlehoro. Hours: 8 to 9 a. m. ; 1 to 2 and 6..i0 to 8 p. hi. Telephone, 318. W. J. KAINE, MD., Pnyslcian and Surgeon. Olric", Room 10, Ullerj building. Hours: 8.30 to 9.30; 1.30 to 3.00; 7 to 8. Office 'phone, 4J9 W. Residence, 75 Frost St., 'phone, 429 K. C. R. ALDR1CH. M. D. Hours: 12.30 to i.30. 7 tn fOV,. . 'r.lmn. t.W- h.m. OA R X-ray work a specialty. G. R. ANDERSON, Surgeon and Physician. Surgery a specialty. Office and residence. Brooks House, 128 Main St. Hours." After noons, 1.30 to 3; evenings 7 to 8, except Tues day and Fridays. Sundays by appointment inly. 'Phone 2-K.. DR. GRAC EW. BURNETT, Physician and Surgeon. Market Block, Elliot St. Otfice hours: 8.30 to 9.30 a. m. ; 1.30 io 2.30. and 7 to 8 p. m. Telephone. 744-VV. D RTH7 P. GREElfEThyslcian s oigeoau Office, Bank block.' Hours: 1(30 to 3, snd to 8 p. m. Residence, 83 Green St. Telephone -onnection. Mornings and Sunday by ap pointment only. E DWAR DRL Y N C H , M. D. Surgery a pe cialty. OlTice, Park Building. "Phone, 540. Hours, 1 to 4 p. m.; 7 to 9 p. m. Residence. Putney Road. "Phone. 177. Sundays by ap pointment only. DR. A. L MILLER, Hooker block, Brattle boro. Office hours: 8 to 9, 1 to 2, 6.30 to . W. R. NOYES, M. D., Physician and Surgeon, Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat. Glasses fitted. Hrs. 9-121.30-S. Wed. and Sat. Eve. Am. Bldg. DR. HENRY TUCKER. Residence. 12Grove St.; telephone, 258. Office. Ix:onard block. Hours: 1.30 to 3. and 7 to 8. Telephone, 29 V. DR. H. L. WATERMAN. Office. 117 Main St. Over Kuech's store Hrs.r 1.30-3, 7-8. Tel. 42-W. ! W. H. LANE, M. D., 117 Main St. Hours: I to 3 and 7 to 8, except Sundays. Tel. 789 W. DP C n VJWVVT.VQ rtctsinathlr Ph,-cl7T.T lit) Barber Bldif. OtTice hours: 13 to 12 aud J HA SKINS ilCHWEKK, Att .rneys andCcuD sellors at Law. Brattleboro. Vt. DR. G. F. BARBER, Dentist. Union block. Brattleboro. FRANK E. BARBER, Attorney at Law. Bar ber Building. Brattleboro. O. B. KUGflES, Lawyer. 212 Barber building. Telephone 1IU6-YV. BAR R OWS A CO., Wholesale and Retail Dealers iu coals of all kinds. Office. 37 Main St., Brattleboro. BOND & SON, Exclusive Undertaking. Auto mobile service. Telenhon 364-W. , 'PHONE 354-W iMoran & Rolidc Funeral Directors Automobile Equipment 57 MAIN STREET Brattleboro, Vermont Hon ADVERTISE -IN THIil liEFO 5?A1E IC I t ..i . C H't U ( - J U C "ADVERTISEMENTS" Feminine Topics I J NUT AND FKI'IT DF.Lir.HT I'.oil one enp of riee in salte.l water until soft, drain ami add two WP" butter substitute. 1'ress into a. wet ring m.dd ami turn out. Fill the eentel- with this mixture: Chop one enp tigs ami. bring to a boil in water: ; ' "j utes- stir in four teaspoons lemon juice, one cup apple pulp ami one cup thopm-l walnuts. Let thicken ami top with whipped cream. I saw two very seasonable and usetul verv seasonal)! preparations in the Koot Pharmacy this mo ruing: one was a straw hat cleaner just the thing for renovating a last year's white hat ami the other was "Skeeter Chaser," something guaranteed to make all mostpiitoes leave in disgust w hen used as directed. Few people are aware that a lump of sugar put into the water with flowers w ill prevent any disagreeable smell. The J. F. Austin store may well pride themselves upon their line of shirtwaists. They have some of the prettiest ami most practical ones I Uave seen including the dainty hand-made ones. Some of the most pr.pnlar numbers are only S-.'.'S. When a chimney catches tire salt should at once be thrown on the grate. Then a wet blanket should be held across the fireplace. The blanket stops the draft and thus allows the tire-killing gasses, produced by the salt, to rise .slowly and so extinguish the burning soot. I wonder if you know what a lot of nice things there are for graduation gifts at the News Store? Let me enumerate some of thrin : Fine stationery, good books, a variety of leather gtmds. Ever sharp pencils and Parker fountain pens and all sorts of things "m white ivory. When trying to distinguish mutton from lamb, remember that, the lean meat of lamb ranges from pink to lij-ht red, but as the animal grows older the color of the meat turns to a deeper red. . The very latest ideas in port skirts ar.' now being shown at ioodiiow. l'earsoit & Hunt's. They are in such smart mate rials as sport satins, crepes, brocades, "tlewkist." sport tussah. etc., and of such lovely colorings. Rright. light antl cool, they are ideal for the summer girl. Rhubarb ami Raisin Marmalade: 1,'eel and cut four pounds of rhubarb in small pieces, heat very gradually to the boil ing point, then add four pounds of sugar, the juice f one lemon, the grated rind and juice of four oranpes ami two pounds of seedless raisins. Cook slowly until thick, pour into glasses ami seal when cold. I am going to speak once more of those sport moccasins or shoes at the II. -M. Win d store. They are a moccasiir with a sole to be worn for golf ami other out door sports. He sure, ami htok at them if interested in footwear for such things. Orange ami Rhubarb Marmalade: Wash five pounds of oranges ami six lemons, cut them in thin slices, remove the seeds, cover with one quart of cold water and let stand two hours. Add five pounds of rhubarb cut in inch lengths. EATS EVERYTHING THAT COMES ALONG, NO MORE DIET "As you have been a Godsend to me, that is 'a friend in need is a friend in deed,' I will write and tell you about the value of your medicine Dr. True'a Elixir believe me :t done me good. I eat everything that comes along,, no more diet. I even tried raw onions for a test. Is that not luck after nine long Tears only milk amreggsV Mrs. J. K. (Nutley, N. l . ! Here is one of thousands of cases where Ir. Time's Elixir has helped." Sufferers of constipation aud indigestion must have a Laxative it is essential to good health. Try Ir. Trne's Elixir; it will surely win your thanks. Easy to take mild no harmful drugs. Adv. Clancy Kids "Boys Will Be Boys" -Thought the Golfer By PERCY L. CROSBY CujijriKfct.bf m McCintg N'ewip&per Sjotl catc 4 simmer one hour, add five pounds of heated sugar, let simmer, about three hour longer, then turn into jelly glasses Seal and keep in a cik. place. Get the habit of saving. A small sum laid away regularly grows surprisingly. Can you spare $10 a month to put where it will earn seven per cent inter est? Iiuy a real estate savings bond of the Vermont Itan & Trust company. Every payment begins at once to earn in terest. Pineapple Salad: With a silver fork shred enough canned- pineapple to make li- cups, add one banana peeled ami cut into dice ami one cup of washed ami seeded raisins. Dress with French dress- i - . .i t lilt;. UslllZ lemon juice in piace oi i im-- gar, ami serve in nestsxof lettuce leaves. The name 'Holeproof" was selected for a certain make of hosiery because their wearing ipialities made them worthy of it. The E. .1. Fenton store carries Holeproof hosiery for men and the quantity sold is evidence that they live up to their guar antee. Panama hats may be warm castile soap lather washed to which been in a a few added. a soft drops of ammonia have Rinse well in tepid water nail brush, and rnb dry, cloth. .using w it h a oft Ask Mrs. telling iilMint the Wat kins W. K. I'.arber for literature the 1,'7 different products of line she hells. All who have tried th Spices, rellietlie: m agree as to their fine quality, xtracts, toile goods, household , soaps, etc. lit mixing cake a pinch of soda, when baking powder is used, improves the tex ture of cake. If you have a perspiring scalp you should have frequent shampoos through the warm weather. One gets a very thor ough one at Miss (Jriti'.n's shop in Hooker block. Apples are delicious if pared ami cored, tilled with bananas ami baked. When c:ol they may be served with mayonnaise or cream, according to whether they are to answer as a, .salad or dessert course. Jewelry is always the suitable gift for graduation for either the boy or girf. It is the gift tit be worn, enjoyed and treas ured. At the Thompson store is a splen did selection of watches, rings, pins, beads, cuff links, etc.. in fact anything that a young man or woman could wish in up-to-date jewelry. Itanaua Loaf: Dissolve one package of lemon .lello in one-half cup of hot water. When cool flavor with vanilla ami adtl one pint of sweet cream. Sweet en to taste ami add six bananas sliced. Set in a cool place to harden and serve with whippet) cream. Raspberries or strawberries may be used instead of the bananas. Don't go away on a vacation trip with out putting all important papers, jewelry to be left behind ami other valuaWes iu a safe place. A deposit box at the Peo ples National l'.ank for them will end all worry and a nominal sum will give you the use of one for n year. Oilcloth on the shelves often is a source of trouble, for dishes will stick, j Scrub the oilcloth thoroughly with hot ! 'water, into which dissolve a sttoonful of i Itorax ami strong soap, before putting it ! on the shelves.- Have the water boiling, ... ......... . HIlllUll "I IIOI 11 1IIIF bins you will never have any more trou b! How about one. of those nice comfy couch hammocks at Emerson's for your jKirch? .lust the thing to lounge iii in the daytime and comfortable to sleep in on a warm summer night. With their gay : - cretonne coverings they add greatly to the iioreh furnishings. Use a small-sizetl steel knitting' needle for testing food when cooking. It is better than a straw for cake, or a fork for vegetables, Jet your window ami torch b;.xe started. The weather is ideal for getting the plants going and the Hopkins store is all ready to help " A soft paint brush from half an inch to an inch in diameter isau excellent thing for cleaning the electric toaster after using. At the (lift Shop is a table with an array of tilings upon it suitable for grad uation gifts which yon should see. Some of the "articles 1 saw there were handsome ruff ami collar sets, book plates, new ideas in candy jars, pretty baskets, womleii bearl chains and girdles, organdie (lowers ami hat pins and lovely feather fans. Iced Coffee Turkish Fashion: For each cupful of cold, strong coffee, allow one and a third tablespoonfuls of pow dered sugar and a third teaspoonful of rose extract. Stir until dissolved, pour into glasses, each of which should contain a little crushed ice, ami top with stiffly w hipped cream whic has been sweetened, or adtl n little plain cream to each serving. Ue sure ami see the demonstration of the Laundry -ctte electrical washing ma chine tomorrow at the llrattleboro China store. An expert will be on hand to show you how Ibis itinrvfl washes the clothes and then dries them all in the same tub. When icing n cake with a boiled icing it often becomes hard before the sides of the cake are coveted. Adtl a little cold milk and beat well. The icing will be more creamy t'.an at first. War must be waged as usual against the innumerable lings and worms that per sist in infesting all growing things ami Kobbins & Cowles have the ammunition in the way of everything in insecticides. This is just the time to be using some of t hem, too. In making children's dresses, if the waist is cut extra long and allowed to ex tend down underneath the skirt (two or three inches is all that is necessary) they can. be -lengthened by loosening the skirt and settling down further on the waist, giving an extra season's wear when the child is growing. Shall you swelter over a steaming: ti-nl.t nit . ..-1- v l. .,,.1 , i- i... i.:.. ,t,-intm . .ui'iniii tiii'i uuij; film Mllll mer, or win you let rite spprks laundry relieve you of this bllgaltoo? House keeping, especially in warm weather, is greatly simplified when the washing ami ironing me taken care of outside. WESTMINSTER. Mi Carrie Warren has been spending week-eml a f w day s in town. William I'lakesley was a guest at . S. I enti s. Memorial dnv was observed in the schoo's Friday exercises. aftermHin by appropriate Mrs. Harold Sylvester lias been spend ing a few il'i.vs with .Iter parents in Mrockway Mills. Mrs. Ernest Wright and little daugh ter, l'hyllis. spent the week-end on an automobile trip with friend in Eellows Fulls. Mr. ami Mrs. L. ;. Converse went by automobile to Worcester Friday and br tight back with them Mr. and Mrs. William O'I'.ricn ami daughter. Virginia. On June 1 F. A. Metcalf and K. J. Cahalaue will take possession of the store iu Walp de formerly ow tied by F. K. Spauhling. 'TIhsm who have been Mr. Spat: Ming's patrons many years regret that he is going out cf business. Mrs. E.nest Wright kiivc a Mayole party to the Mothers' tTub Saturday aft ernoon. The children were pleasantly entertained by Miss Frames Coolidge "f I'.elh.ws Falls, a friend of Mrs. Wright. The mothers enjoyed whist. Delicious refreshments of sherbet, cukes, cookies and punch, were served. An unfortunate incident t.mk place Sunday morning as the people were leav ing the town hall after 4arie service. Charles .Via "hi barked his car into Mr. Eraser's new Ford. The accident was caused by some diliiculty with the gear shift. Uoth cars were damaged but the Ford was more seriously broken. It was the first time Mr. Eraser had driven his car. Mrs. Eraser's arm was bruised but no one was injured badly. Edwin U. HoMen. a Yale theological student, was the candidate who preached Sunday iti the town hall. Services were he'il there because of the repair work be iiiJTd uie in the church. Mr. Hidden is a senior at Vale and will come to West minster if the people here can give him sufficient salary. A community meeting will be" held in the church vestry Thurs day evening to discuss the matter. I eryone interested should attend. .V- Ou The Wrong Lap. A medical corps otticer hunt-id ii.ou a Negro acquaintance of civil lift one day in France. "How do you like the army, Mose'r" he asked. "S'U riht so far, cap'n." replied the Negro, "but Ah don't know how I'm goin to like it t-tl..ll .1..,., t r.l.!..! .llfU.lB ..4 ... ii viviAi ivi mans 'v ir ni inc. "Don't worry aUuit that." replied the ofiicer. "All you have to do is zigzag." And he demonstrated. The next time the two met, the Negro was in a hos pital. "What's the matter with von. Muse?" asked theollieer. "Ah ain't sure, cab'ii. but Ah think Ah must been ziggin 'bout do time Ah oughta been zaggin.' " IHM.UEILSTON. Ilrst .School Graduation. The graduating exercises of the eighth grade, the first ever to be held in the Dumnicrston schools, were held in the church at the Center Thursday evening and were well attended. 1 he platform was effectively decor ated and the graduating class was seated in front of a back-round of white and green. Each nieinher of the class wine a rose, the class flower. The three front seats were reserved for the parent,"-' and were marked w ith large bows of blue and white, the class col ors. I hose -graduating were Thomas Cal vin, I'crnice Walker, Evelyn Miller, 11a zel I 'ut nam,' Dorothea lngraham, Alice l'crry. Ceorgtv Perry, limit Carpenter Marjorie Crosby, lionise Hudson, F.d ward lohnsoit Iluth Carpenter was unable to lie present on account of iU ness. 'I he program consisted of reci tations by members of the class and the tlass prAphecy given by Hazel Putnam. All were exceptionally well memorized and creditably given. P. 15. Lt'er ad dressed the graduating class, emphasiz ing the importance of obedience and self-control. K. H. Miller naiig two so los, i Miss Kthel A. Eddy, superintendent schools, iu presenting the diplomas to tlie class, stressed the desirability of higher education and the jMtssibilit y of attaining it through personal effort. Much ered;t is due Miss Eddy for her untiring efforts in bringing about this first school graduation. ; A joint, meeting of the Woman's as sociation and the girls Friendly club will be held in the home of, Mrs. Hor atio Kuapp Thursday afternoon. Sup per will be sened, the girls and women furnishimr cuke. j The school at fhe Center, tauaht by Mrs. Mailt! Lauuliton. closed a. success ful term Friday, w hen a pre Memorial dnv program was given. Al-out '20 rel-, ativesand friends of the pupil were' present at the exercises. Arties Han som went from that M-hool to the spelling-match at I'ellows Falls ami stood the r.bth out of the 4." who soellml. The ochmil has enjoyed a large collection of .National t,eorapiuc pictures loaned oy Mrs. Frederick llolbrook. Sl'BSCKIIJK FOK THE ItliKORMFHC Women Middle rjjp HE critical stage of a A woman's life usually conies between the years of 45 and 55, and is often beset with annnoying symptoms ruch as nervousness irrita bility, melancholia, "heat Hashes which produce head ache and dizziness, and a sense of suffocation. Guard your health carefully, for if this period be passed over safely, many years of perfect health may be enjoyed. LydiaE. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound h especially adapted to help women through this crisis. It exercise:; a restorative in fluence, tones and strengtliens the system, :v..a assists nature in the long weeks and months covering this petid. It is prepared from medicinal roots and herbs, and contains i harmful drugs or narcotics. Its value is proven by many such letters as these: A ft. on, leiin. "1 eriiig women Lytlia K. I'inkham's VegdaLle C'om liinni has tlono for me. JKning t'hafige of Life I was in bed for IS i.i nths and had good care, but did Lot improve. A friend advised mo to take I.ydia Ii I'inkham's Vegeta tble Cxtinpound, v.hich I did. and m a fbort time I felt better. That was ltvo years ago, aud now when I feel run down and nervous I take the C omix mud ail it always does me frond. I wish all women would try it during Change of life, for I know it Mill do them good." iirs. A. Ivelllu, AfUmTenn. Letters LYDIA uya Dunham Brothers Co. 1 tu White for Women SMART STYLES Advertising in The Reformer Brings Good Results. of A want oilier sui- rphomas, OliLi. to know vhat K. I'xukluu -i pound in my girihood day's, by the ad vice of a in- ml. At the age ot 47 I was troubli ;1 with dizziness, Lot Hashes, and became wry weak so that I was una" 'e to do any work. I took Lydia E. P'-.kham's Vegetal. b Compound with vha result that I IV. a letter mid stroi.g r than I have fcr years. I have ais'J given itto m three daughters, and alu-ay,:. v. ?h good lvstllts. TliC Vegewutli- ( ' :- pound is certainly graud f women." Mnu C l!oute Ji, ThoLuu';, Okla. like the above do influence women . "ET Pinkh able omi30un E.PINKHAM MEDICINE CO. LYNN, MASS. ism 11 Footwear PRICES RIGHT a " 1 r " I first used'T.ydia s ogetablo Com r t al to try . 6 Ai w a Z j" . l) ii'ir . - -f-trttt nr-ti4- 1T"t'ti!'F