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THE -BRATTLEBORO ' DATLT REFORMER, TUESDAY, JUNE 14," 1921.
advertisements: Women's Foundation Plans $4,500,000 Plant Jfust try BY BORM Feminine Topics ON PEA GE DAY After Mother Had Been. Re stored to Health by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable , Compound Salisbury, Mass. "For poven years I had a female trouble and such bearine:- TTTldown pains 1 could A :s p 5 ik t hardly do my house work. 1 he doctor said, 'If you can have another baby it might be the best thing for you but I am afraid you can not.' I bepan tak ing Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound and my y&jbaby was born on -sLJ Peace Day'. If women would only take your Vegetable Compound they would have better health. I always recommend your Veg etable Compound to the neighbors. " Mrs. Tracy Patten, 2 Lincoln Ave., Salisbury, Massachusetts. The experience of maternity should not be approached without careful phy sical preparation, as it is impossible for a weak sickly wife to bring healthy children into the world. Therefore if a woman is suffering from a displacement, backache, inflam mation, ulceration, bearing-down pains, headaches, nervdusness or "the blues" she should profit by Mrs. Patten's ex perience, take Lydia E. Pinkhanrs Vegetable Compound and be restored t o health. , CH I CKEM AMD 3WL I,aiitiiiijiiin,)(i)!nTi -DREAD CROQUETTES WASHINGTON. June 14. Th Woman's Nutional Foundation, recent ly organized liere as a means to focus tlie interests of the women of the coun try in co-operation with women's or ganizations las bought a inUljn dollar tract of land in the heart of the Con necticut avenue residential district and plans to erect !uihlinp;s costing about J:t.,"iKMM0. The site of the home of the organization is the old Icnn tract on Connecticut avenue Kill. It is probably the last remaining estate of extensive, ground in the region which has not yielded to the uptown inarch of busi ness and apartment hotels. Mrs. .. C. Calhoun, president of the. one stir- Add to a sweetbread cooked, cooled and chopped enough chicken to i..if i ..,,. imtti.i- mid cui Hour, ami cook until frothy; then OlOl. .ll' H , - - i - - . ,.:,, -I ,.k,. vt.-.i-k. we seasoneu. ami i-o cup cicnoi. ih'iimhi, " r beaTen, and choppe.l meat. Cool, shape, apply bread crumbs, fry and drain. Serve with musliroom sauce. make add. add 1 Did you know that Mrs. :. II. Smith had put in a tine line of silk hosiery at her Hat Shop? It is a line noted for its tine quality and excellent tit. The colors are black, white, gray and several shades of brown, all priced at W the pair. An nimlication of a whitewa from pure rock lime is said to solute cure for ivy poison. be an made ab- If von doubtless lor your BROOKS HOUSE G. E.' Sherman Manager have a cherry tree you would like to keep some ot tne I run own use even though the birds seem to think it their exclusive properly. Get several yards of mosquito netting at the F. Y. Kem h store ami cover up the tree. Sony. .Mr. ltjnl. but you were too greedy. pocket, extra oO cents. leads, ami the low price of foundation, has described its objects in an address to its thirty founders, as follows : "Our purpose is a co-operative work for Immunity. I heard a man say that a tremendous dynamic force lias been liberated in III" world by the enfran chisement of women, that the greatest statesman would be the man or woman who could use that force to the best ad vantage and help to direct if. We are the mothers, wives and sisters of the 'race, the natural housekeepers of the illation, and it behooves us to see "that our house, is put in order and kept clean. It is not our purpose to try to direct the policies of members of the 1 Foundation, but a a body politic to i:vo to the women of all parties the op portunities to study their respective platforms and to realize jut wljat they have before t-ltein now that they have taken up the duties of citizenship. We must study Americanism and try o -bring back the old simple standards and the high ideals and to stand with a solid front against the insidious propaganda lliat is endeavoring to disintegrate i: "One of the objects of the foundation When a pen has been used until it ap pears to le spoiled place it over a tlame (a gas light, for"instance I for, say a quarter of a minute, then dip into water ami it will be again tit for use. value of steel wool keeping kitchen thm as an. tassistant in is clean. .Fine for The Coffee of GoodTaste' 42 cents a pound - pots and pans, the stove, etc.. in anv place that needs scrubbing. !." cent packagi hi Uobbins & fact for ;. ('let n owles's. Tourist find Miss (Jriflin's rooms for shampooing, manicuring and facial mas sage very conveniently located just oppo site the It rooks House, and enjoy her up-to-date methods. A lump of camphor gum placed in witfi silver jot in use will he'y to keep it from tarnishing. Steamed Strawberry Shortcake: Sift ' together two and one-half cups of flour, one-half cup of sugar, three tea.-poons of 'baking powder nud one-fourth a teaspoon i of salt, and work in one fourth cup of 'butter. Iteat one egg; add one cup of ! iilk and add to mixture. Turn into ai i buttered mould, and steam three hours. I Serve hot with whipped cream and fresh ; crushed strawberries. j i j Do you enjoy a cup of good coffee, 'coffee with a fiaarame and rich flavor, a really-high grade coffeV? If you do. 1 watch am convinced you will be satisfied with the St. Nicholas brand which Uie .lile 'grocery has jut put in. It is the coffee of quality. Fink Sadmon Cocktail: Flake one pound can of pink salmon and remove bones and skin. Place in eight cocktail glasses, pour over each one tablespoon of following dressing. Serve with slices of lemon and wafer. Dressing: Due tablespoon horseradish, one tablespoon vinegar, one table spoon Worcestershire sauce, two tablespoons tomato catsup, two tablespoons lemon juice, one dah of tobasco, one-half teaspoon salt. Will serve eight persons. How inviting the summer materials are at the (ioodimw. I'earson iV: llunc -sioie. I Very easy to make a lovely skirt from some of the silk sport goods. Two straight breadths with pockets and belt, and prest one has a stilish skirt at a low c,st. , The voiles, organdies and ginghams are equally tempting to the home dress maker. is simply to invite chips ami ciun mem bers who desire to feed that they have n i-luh f their own at the nation's capi tal. We are not going to attempt to soooniinate u-ny club, but the founda tion will supplement their work and add to it. In this central club we shall have cverytiiing that will be a conven ience, including a swimming pool and gymnasium, rest rooms and a good res taurant, in fact, a club hotel which will provide the greatest comforts at the most reasonable prices tu members. 1 lien we pian a theatre or opera house. Our auditorium will not in any way interfere with the plans for the tjeorge Washington memorial.- which is ! to he the much-needed convention ball t...:ii. e :..:.. v.:..:.... quarters. We shall have, also, an open j i air auditorium or sylvan theatre. i: It is the purpose to establish centers): or branches ot the lonndation m everv part of the country so that the most re , mote village or farmhouse may have, a 'proprietary interest in the club of clubs t in Washington. j Tere will be a board of 40 governors with the president, six vice presidents and an executive committee to direct the iw-rk of the organization. The vice ! presidents include Mrs. Stephen II. FI- Si EVEN PER CENT AFETY ATISFACTION ERVICE QUAKE DEALING Vermont Loan & Trust Company Specialists'for 25 years in FARM MORTGAGE SECURI TJES without a -dollar's less to any investor. Tomato y.urv the hands pia! will remove stains to Icm.'.n juice. from kins. Mrs-. .lames Carroll Fraze: Mrs. John Hayes Hammond. a ud BRATTLEB0R0, VERMONT F. B. PUTNAM, Sales Manager .lewelrv store Tlu Thompson well-selected stock a graduation gift, from -SI to ."" for and young man graduate, a more expensive gift such am sure I Las' a from which to choose There are many items both the young woman If you desire us a ring or a they can please you. 1'iek out your bathing cap. The Iioot I'harmaoy has s,:i:ie especially for diving which are absolutely water tight. They may not 'be quite as 'perky" as some of the others they have. but.if you are really goiug under they will keep the hair dry. Advertising: in The Reformer Brinsrs Good Results. Mnrshmallow mallow: II U i FSTAltLIMIFI) Largest Display of Finest Tarlors J872 Caskets Chapel Professional Morticians f INDFKTAKKKS Auto Equipment, Perfect Service Tel. 254-W or 264-R Bond Bid., Brattleboro, Vt. Salad : tne box marsh- Mows, four slices canned pineapple. two large oranges, one-halt cup vainui meats, few grains of salt, lettuce, salad dressing. Cut marshmailows in thin strips. Drain pine iipple ami cut in small cubes. Pare oranges, remove sec tions free from membrane and cut in pieces. Cut walnut meats in pieces. Mis , ingredients, arrange on a bed of lettuce j leaves and serve with mayonnaise or cream salad dressing. j Somebody says that an old black bat inav be wondc.rfullv improved by bins it over with a little olive not put on too much. oil. cnip girls are sure blouses at tin The middy Ak for the "Miss Saratoga." They are made with the regulation sleeve used in the F. S. navy which permits of free use of the arm and are indorsed by many fashionable schools. t lL- flwwi tni!iril .1. F. Aust in store. I AGAINST FCONOMIC II.M TF.KACY. ! 5 -t- - z,j : eodneli reduced 9. rFH ixe Mti w i A sldrtwaist txx sto with shelves makes a to hold hats in. d on end and fitted oci I littie cupboard Credit Men lo Conduct Campaign to Im prove I'liderstandin.!; of Il.isic I.:uvs. SAN" ll: 1S(). .lone Jl campaign Han aga nist to In conducted ! A lot of pretty new sport hats in and in combination ; of black and have just arrived at Donnell and bv the v. a v as a Wi-duesday lnor white v 1 1 1 1 e I a vis's HIS "F.ooks and still more books at the News Store from which to select your gradua tion gift or vour vacation reading. They f l. expo! t special a line of hats will be sold at only SI each. It. includes sailors o rough straw, children's hats and ther bargains. PROFESSIONAL CAUDS. - DR. E. L. TRACY, Fnystcian na surjeon, J14 Main St. Oiftce hours: 8 to 9 a. m., 1 to 3 p. m., 7 to 8,.i0 p. in. Tel. 256. DRT"B.E7WHITE,Phy8lelan and Surgeon. Barbrr Huildirig, Rooms 2(;5 and JUO. Hours: 1-3 and 7-8 p. m. Office tel.. 717-W re 717-R. DR. G. B. HUNTER. Gihce at re.idencc. West brattleboro. HuuT.: 8 to 9 a. ra.; 1 to 2. and tJO to 8 p. m. lelephone, 318 W. J. KAINE, M. D., Physician and Surgeon. Otrice, Room 10. Ullerj building. Hours: 8J0 to 9..0; 1.30 to 3.00; 7 to 8. Office 'phone, J9-W. Residence, 75 Frost St.. 'phone, When washing blankets for the first time always steep them over night in cold water in' which a handful of borax has been dissolved. They are much easier to wash when treated in this way than if put straight into suds. surely have a spl the jtopular both looking over. ;idid line of in which is M I looks iu well worth When salads are served in eclair shells no accompanying rolls or crackers are nec essary. . C. R. ALDRICH. M. D. 7 to 8. Otiice phone, X ray work a specialty. Houri: 165- W; 12.30 to i-M, house, 16S-R. G. R. ANDERSON, Surgeon and Physician. Surgery a specialty. Office and residence. Brooks House. 1J8 Main St. Hours- AHer noons, 1.30 to 3; evenings, 7 to 8. except Tues days and I-inlays. Sundays by appointment Dnly. T'lione 246. For a relish try those little Premier brand are as good as or to give zest to a salad pickled pearl onions of the at the Cory Market. They they look. There are many lovely separate walnut (and mahogany pieces at the Fmerson (furniture store, as well as beautiful suites for different rooms. These should have a real interest for the brides who are furnishing new homes. tor an c.iU'a i io:ia "ecoin-iiiic i!ii! erac this untmer lv the National Associa tion of red it Men were announced to d.iv by .1. II. 'l'r.-joo, !c-retMr -treasurer, ui Ins report to th- a:.ini.il comeution of the orv'itinat ion. 'lie' entire ir i"-!iinery a -.sin hit ions of ci edit inui.e.I. ylr. lu-'it.'e sieil, Jii loai'.e to eilm-ate a standin- of f unilamenta! in business. "The Qualities of a real relig;on luisiio-ss are the finalities for winch will strive", (!ie repirt said. "Amcrieati business t-n .must tpif.v always th- liihest eommricia I qualities and stand for something that can always be re- I lied t:jou for the faithful and gelierolis performance id c-ontracts. I his is the goal upon whiih we must fix olir eyes."' fi Irate 1 will b. An effort will: u iper muier-4 economic l.iws in ' w e ' fit 91 ' -t.--. -t..' mum The last word in Quality The best word in Price If new enameled sam-epans are placed in a pan of warm water and al lowed to come to the boil they will last much longer, without cracking or burn ing, thatt if they are used immediately. Tack burlap from an old lowest cellar stair and save much dirt upstairs. bag on tin tracking s.i oi.ns n ITS ui:n ntoss.. The Sparks Laundry use DR. GRACE W. BURNETT, Physician and Surgeon. Market Block. Elliot St. Ornce hours: 8.30 to 9.30 a. in.; 1.30 :o 2.30. and 7 to 8 p. m. Telephone, 744-W. 5 rVhTpT C R EE ETPtiysician aT-Ts nrgeon. Othce, Bank block. Hours: 1J0 to 3, .nd to I trunk triV the methods m 1 1 . 1 1 . - ....I.- your mother ami granunioi ncr Knew, hhij they have replaced guess work with cer tainty and substituted ingenious etpiip mcnt for the back-breaking, clothes-wearing washboard, wringer and clothesline. Fvery d dl those life-like How er store, every detail. family should have one of Indian dolls at the Hopkins Their oostumV is correct in See them in their window this week which have A well washed potato put in the bread box will keep it from becoming too dry. and note jut come ot her in. new novelties Seeded raisins ami chopped green pers marinated "wit h French dressing served on crisp lettuce are good. pep a nd Commissioner Uesigns Fpon Completion of Work in Kurope. IWKIS. .lum 11. l.ieut. Col. Hubert F. Ohls. Amt ricaii K-d Cross commis sioner for Kurope, yesterday announced bis resignation. I lis successor has not yet been appointed. The resignation follows the completion of Lis war-time program for Kurope. The Work of the Fyd Cross during the next vcar will be confined to child welfare. There is good -look in you need a for 3 p. ra. Residence. 83 Green St. Telephone connection. Mornings and Sundays by ap pointment only. E r7wXRDRrLYN CH, M. D. Surgery a pe cialty. Office, 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. I. M ILLER, Hooker block, Brattle boro. Office hours : 8 to 9, 1 to 2, 6.30 to 8. W. R. NOYES, M. C, Physician and Surgeon, Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat. Glasses fitted. Hrs. -12, 1.30-5. Wed. and SatEve. Am. Bldg. DR.HENRY TUCKER. Residence. 12 GroTe St.; telephone, 258. Office, Leonard block.t rl(,s Hours: 1.30 to 3, and 7 to S. Telephone, 2V-W. DR. H. L. WAT E RM A N. 05keTll7Main St. Over Kuech's store. Hrs.: 1.30-3, 7-8. Tel. 42 W. reat .satisfaction in carrying luggage w hen .traveling. I o new tra'(ding bag. suit. case. or week-end case for your vacation The I'enton st..re is ieamuarters up-to-ifate luggage of all kinds. Many housekeepers d ivt know the The lirst trip on the new Paris to War saw air service took 111 hours as compared with fiO hours for the journey by train. W. H. LANE, il. D., 117 Main I to 3 and 7 to 8, except Sundays. St. Tel, Honrs: 789 W, DR. C. G. WHEELER, Osteopathic Physician, 110 Barber Bidg. O.fice hours: 10 to 12 and 2 to 4. Treatment by appointment. Tel. 219-W. BASKINS & SCHWENKrt Attorneys and Coun sellors at Law. Brattleboro, Vt. Ginger Ale Cup: Place in a mixing bowl two cups of tea and add the strained juice tof two lemons, one thinly sliced orange, half a cup of sugar and one smal cup of stewed, sweetened rhu barb. Stand on the ice to chill and ripen and when ready to serve add iv pint of cracked ice, one cup of water and a pint each. of ginger ale and carbonated water. Mix well and add a cupful of straw bcr- If you have a small sum of money which is Hot earning anything for you. why not invest it as a partial payment of a 'ven per cent interest bearing real es tate bond which can be arranged for by I the safe and eoservati ve Vermont Lean 1 .!: Trust Co.V Send to them for literature. DR. G. F. BARBER, Brattleboro. Dentist. Union block. FRANK E BARBER, Attorney at Law. ber Building, Brattleboro. Bar- O. B. HUGHES, Lawyer. Telephone 1106-W. 212 Barber bmilding. BARROWS & CO., Wholesale ana Ketail Dealers in coals of all kind. Officfc, 37 Main St.. Brattleboro. BOND & SON, Exclusive Undertaking, mobile sendee. Teleohone 264-W. AaU- 'PHONE 354-W Morau & Rolulc 1 Funeral Directors Automobile Equipment 5 MAIN STREET Brattleboro, Vermont When making ironholders put in one layer of leather from an old thick glove, as it is a non-conductor of heat. Those Shur-Kite and always sharp IMK-ket pencils at II. M. Wood s will be great sellers. They are made of nickel which cannot dent or tarnish, are with or without erasers, have a handy clip for the Saves Time - Saves Health Here is a. table d.r inlc made as Quiclcl" as you. can pour liot water into the cup IlSTAlT TOS delights the taste, and causes none of the harm that often comes from tea and coffee. ' There's a Reason Instant '' FCSUJH v A BEVERAGE , 1 Goodrich 30x3! cnli-skid safety tread fabric tir:' - wmmmmmmmmammmmmwxmmam SILVERTOVW CORDS j SIZE: ""! 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