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THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY llEFOlLYiER. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1921.
Tfl 4 TORTURED m her mm After Ten Years, Sha Fouad Relief In "Fmit-a-tivas" SS07 Sacto Ate., Sacramento, Cal. "I had Stomach Trouble for ten years, which became so had that I got Stomach Cramps two or three times a week. After years cf terrible torture, I read about Fruit-a-tives' or Fruit Liver Tablets, and sent for a trial box. After taking the trial box, I felt better, so kept on taking 'Frjit-Klirt-s for nearly a year, and am t"i:i:ikl"ul to gay 'Fruit-a-tives' saved my IliV'. jms. r. s. stolz. COc. a box, G for $2.30, trial size 25c, At dealers or from Fit U IT-A-T I VE3 Limited OGDENS3IUIS 14. Y. For Itching Eczema, Old Sores and Piles "I guarantee my ointment," says Peterson of Buffalo, "to cure eczema; to stop the itcliing at once and any reliable druggist will cheer fully refund your money if PETERSON'S OINTMENT doesn't do everything I say it will do." illiam A. Carley of Franklin, N. Y.. is sure ly a wise man. He writes: "I used PETER SON'S OINTMENT on a little boy suffering terribly with eczema. It did the work." Then there is Alex. Louttel, a brave fireman of Buffalo, who is glad to write as follows: "I had an old sore on my le for many years. The best doctors failed. PETERSON'S OINT; MKNT entirely healed the sore quickly. And from over in Canada conies a letter from A. Blockebv, stating: "The bet th-ng I ever hit for itching piles is PETERSON'S OINT MENT." A big box for 35 cents. Mail orders filled by Peterson Ointment Co., Inc., Buffalo, JC. Y. Advertisement. NOTICE Public Auto Service Day or Night New Cleveland Six Tel. 36-W. L. I. SNOW or Tel. C75 Nights and Sundays Office 33 Main St. ! ADVERTISEMENTS" Feminine Topics ' l r & - v -G stf "J FRUIT C A NT A LOUPE. Cut the cantaloupes in Halves, remove seeds and most of the meat. Cut part of it in cubes. Cut some balls from the red part of a watermelon, add a few peaches and a banana diced and some white grapes. Place in the cantaloupe, add grapes. Pour over this a thick syrup of pineapple and peach juice combined, or orange and lemon juices. Let stand on ice for several hours or until syrup has been absorbed in fruit. ing water, cold-dip, pare and slice. Pare and remove eyes from pineapple, grate: add with juice to peaches. Place fruit and sugar ia alternate layers in preserving kettle, stand for 2 hours to draw out juice. Plaee over fire and boil quickly until thick 35 to 43 minutes. Fill into sterilized jars. The scholar who has to carry books and papers back and forth from school will liml one of those good looking leatherette school bags at the F. W. Keuch store a great convenience. There are three sizes and they are priced respectively 30, 49 and G'J cents each. Fggs and Tomatoes : Fry in a stewpan one good -sized finely chopiK'd onion in a little butter, and when of a pale gold color add six peeled and sliced tomatoes and seasoning. Stir over lire for 1U min utes and add a little chopped parsley. Ar range the tomatoes on a hot dish in form of border and put four scrambled eggs in center. The racks of the ready-to-wear depart ment at J. K. Mann's are crowded with new fall suits, coats and dresses. The prices on these garments are surprisingly low. especially when one compares them with those of a year or two ago. I saw one pretty fur coat which was only Jjf7i. Look them over. The Stebbins Grocery has for some time been looking for a high grade Japan tea which pleased them and they think they have found it in Chase & Sanborn's "Honeymoon" which they sell for 7! cents a pound. Jt is excellent. Sample it and see. When you have no ruffler for your sew ing machine, lengthen the stitch, loosen the tension, stitch along the ruffle, then pull the upper thread. Honey Cookies: Cream together three tablespoons of shortening, half a cup lf sugar, one cup of honey ; add one ejrg and heat; then one cup of sour milk with half a teaspoon of baking soda and a large pinch of salt : add one teaspoon of ground ginger, one teaspoon of cinnamon and flour sifted to roll; knead the dough a little; roll half an inch thick; bake in a moder ate oven. There is a distinctive style in glasses best suited to each individual and glasses should be correctly designed to harmonize with the features. Jordan the optician can quickly show you that unbecoming glasses are not necessary. To keep the coffee pot sweet and clean put a tablespoouful of carbonate of soda into it, till it nearly full of water, mid let it iHiil tor a little while. Then rinse very thoroughly with warm water. If this is done once a week the pot will always be fresh and nice. I Those 30-cent AVear-Ever aluminum Airs. C. II. Smith has the sole agency ! saucepans at the PrattlelK.ro hum More for a line - f sailors made by a firm of:" lippyariis l.ke dew before the sun London barters. These ultra-smart hatslih'-V nre such a convenient size and ..e !,,. i, o,i ,vi,.. ,lrni....l shape that every housekeeper wants one ... .1.' fr.,. r more of them. Willi I'll!" L K IIT- (UlllHMlli ,vn.' ....... her new stock they ar the last word in stylish tailored headgear. If for any reason the short, and there is a supply of ice piece of meat Crape Jelly Spiced: P.o'tl until soft four quarts of grapes with two cups of vinegar, half an ounce of whole cloves and a small piece of stick cinnamon. Drain off i,,. i iw-i. ;t ; , W1, -,.r ;tl.:11"' juice ami doii ior u minutes. Aim ESTABLISHED 1871 Parlors, Chapel The IDEAL Service, and Care of Details at the Time when Competence Is Host Appreciated The High Standards Not Adopted but in a Large Degree Originated by ponb & icm Professional MortiraM Funeral Directors Superior Quality and Design ot Caskets -Tel. 264-W or 264-R, 157-W, 756-W AUTOMOBILE EQUIPMENT Bond Bldg., Brattletoro, Vt. vinegar ami available. put it in the coolest place Remember the special candy sales at Hall & Farwell's every Saturday. Deli cious chocolates low in price, but not in quality. Try a pound for week-end nibbling. pounds of sugar jells, about live minutes. and boil until it The I'rattleboro Trust Co. was orcan- i ized by and is owned by local business men ! for the benefit of this immediate vicinity. -aiety comiuneti witn conscientious service has always been the basis of their dealing with each customer and explains the in creasing patronage at this institution. PROFESSIONAL. CARDS. DR. E. L. TRACT, Fiysician ace gaugeon, 114 Main St. Office bouri : 8 to V a. nu. 1 to I x, m 7 to 8.30 p. m. Tel. 254. DR. B. E. WHITE, Physician and Sorceeo. Barber Building. Room 205 and 306. Hours: 1-3 and 7-8 p. m. Office tel.. 717-VT rea.. 717-R. DR. G. B. HUNTER. Office at residence, rVest Brattleboro. Hours: 8 to 9 a. m.5 1 to 3. and 6.30 to 8 p. m. Telephone. 318. W. J. KAIKE, M. D., Physician and Surgeon. Office, Room 10, Ullery building. Hour: 8.10 to 9.30; 150 to 3.00; 7 to 8. Office 'phone. 4-W. Residence, 75 Frost St.. 'phone, 439 R. C. R. ALDRICH, M. D. Hour: 1X30 to aW. 7 to 8. Office 'phone, 165-VT; houtc, 165-X. X-ray work a specialty. G. R. ANDERSON, Surgeon and Physician. Surgery a specialty. Office and residence. Brook House, 128 Main St. Hour: After noons, 1.30 to 3; evenings, 7 to 8, except Tues day and Fridays. Sunday by appointment only. 'Phone 26. DR. GRACE W. BURNETT. Physician and Surgeon. Market Block, Elliot St. Office hour: 8.30 to 9.30 a. tn.; 1J0 to and 7 to 8 p. m. Telephone, 744-W. Apple Cake : This is called apple cake but reallv is more of a tiread. as it is eaten , ... . . 0 . with butter: Two cups of white flour, 1 K" 1:1,1 la!"taf Sau,w : , , 'f ,i;, 1 . r.f ,,r 1 cm - Wl1 i,nt and slue; sprinkle with salt and of sweet milk. 1 tainon soda, 1 quart of chopped apples, 1 teaspoon of salt. Air-;. Field's new and convenient hair dressing rooms at 10 Crosby block will be open from !) to 12 mornings and from 1 to ( in the afternoon. She will gladly make evening npioi fitments for those who are unable to coine during these hours. Tel. SOK-AY. paprika, i iace a Heavy weight on top and let stand an hour. Dry carefully, dip each slice in beaten egg. then in seasoned cornmeal and fry in hot fat to a ricli brown.. Diaia ou brown paper and servtj with tartar sauce. If ch.thes are to be ironed soon after thev are ;rv. use hot water tor sprinkling i them. They will dampen more quickly and evenly than if c Ad water is used. The pickling season is at band and spu-es of all kinds mii-t be bought. The I'.ratth boro Drug Co. has a full line which are guaranteed absolutely pure and which are put up in convenient packages. They are the spices that spice. No one to do the weekly wash? liund'.e up the clothes and telephone to the Sparks Laundry. They will call for them and To clean currants quickly place them in an enamelled colander with a teaspoon fnl of fl,.ur; put the colander on a plate or paper; and rub the currants lightly. All stalks and soiled flour will pass t,w .iii.l, I... 1...I . e .t i . , , bring them back speedilv. If you prefer, j , -V ul lm wianu saving thev will merelv wash them and leave the!1""11 'U"U c"an- ironing for you to do at home. DR. H. P. GREENE, Physician uz.fi Surgeon. Office, Bank block. Hours: 1-3 to Z. and to 8 p. m. Residence, 83 Greeu St. Telephone connection. Mornings and Sunday by ap pointment only. EDWARD R. LYNCH, K. D. Surgery a p ctalty. 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. L MILLER, Hooker block. Brattle boro. Office hours : 8 to 9, 1 to 3, 6w0 to 8. W. R. NOYES, M. D., Physician and Surgeon, Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat. Glasses ritted. Hrs. -12. 1.30-5. Wed, and Sat. Eve. Am. Bldg. DR. HENRY TUCKER. Residence. 13 Grove St.; telephone, 358. Office. Leonard block. Hour: 1.30 to 3, and 7 to 8. Telephone, 29-VT. DR. H. L. WATERMAN. Office, 117 Main St. Over Knech'a store. Hrs.: 1.30-3. 7-8. Tel. 42 W. W. H. LANE, M. D., 117 Main St. Hours: 1 to 3 and 7 to 8. except Sundays. Tel. 789-VT. nit. v u. w ntti-tK, usteopatnic Pnyilcian, 110 Barber Bldg. Office hours: 10 to 13 and 3 to 4. Treatment by appointment. Tel. 3J9-W. HASXINS & SCHWEHI, Attorney and Coan- ellors at 1-aw. Brattleboro, Vt. DR. G. F. BARBER, Dentist. Union block, Brattleboro. FRANK E. BARBER, Attorney at Law. Bar ber Building, Brattleboro. Potatoes Raked with P.acon : Select potatoes of equal size, peel them, fasten a strip of bacon on each with wooden toothpicks and bake until the potatoes are tender. There is no finish or floor covering that will h.ok as well and wear as lom? a good linoleum. For a big assortment, ar I tistic patterns and reasonable prices look a i tiiom' at the r.merson i uruiture store. The Donnell & Davis .store has put in a line of the well-known '"Madge Evans" hats for children. It is a line noted for its high class, good style, and new ideas. It includes hats for both dress and school wear. A clean sponge is ideal for use in polish ing silver becaues it never scratches. Do you know about those bargains in women's high hoots at Dunham 1. rot hers? They are all dressy models in light-weight black and brown leathers and are just the thing for fall and winter wear. They have been priced at only So.OS the pair. I'rightly colored animal and flowers pply it like a poultice to the i " " i , 1 , ,', ' ' u injured surface; it will be found most P;t ,.f v),ii., b " Hums often occur in the kitchen, so it is well to remember that a raw potato is a good remedy. Scrape or grate the po tato and apply it like injured s siAithing. T1,a TirfwAc iT,..n pi ni-n.T . "''-'y imps to ctioose trom .... ........... ..,.,,, nt atigiian it J!urnetts that the nrob- pnde , its newly re.iovated and rear-()f th( jft . soo olve ranged prescription .lepartment. thThw. nre lo,,v h- U) ' ; shelves of which are supphed w, tlx a full siiv,.r, brass an , hnni jewelrv, c ock " Vonr doctor will tell von tli.it liiiiihli"' stands for the best in drugs and medicines chafing dishes, percolators, etc Pour hot Coffee into the saucers of your geranium pots every morning, having it boiling if possible. It will be sufficiently cool before it reaches the roots of your plants and you will be astonished at the wealth of blossoms your plants will put forth. Tf ...1 l . , ... , ii Mieii pressing a Sligntiy mussed but not soiled gingham dress, you will sponge I 't with a weak solution of cold" starch land water, the dress will be as fresh as when new. O. B. HUGHES, Lawyer. 313 Barber building. Telephone 1106-W. BARROWS & CO., Wholesale and Retail Dealera in coala of all kind, OfEae, 17 Main St., Brattleboro. BOND & SON, Exclusive Undertaking, Auto mobile service. Telephone 364-W 'PHONE 354-W Moran & Rolide Funeral Director! Automobile Equipment 5? MAIN STREET Brattleboro, Vermont ADVERTISE TOUR TO RENTS M2i TIIH UALL.X BKrUKMEJS It costs no more to secure the very best of -all insurance than it does to get the kind that is full of doubts and uncer tainties. You want the promises of your policy backed by companies able to make good if loss comes. It is such companies that Sanford Daniels represents. Peach Jam : Fourteen pounds peaches, 1 pineapple. W'2 pounds granulated sugar. Scald peaches 1 minutes in boil- For the Defense. Let us not be unreasonable. People moving-picture show. Toledo Blade. J !-rr. ; J.t & ,zn.L.--.ift.(ii. AM. Rinse Mm M0lMMmiM Put to soak' ii'ir'.'" H I "X. f 1 I til fHijir.,'J." -..'ri ii v iki iii' i ii sw;;j.4r. -.'-:.: w'ar-x. r v-i'. .... a ii ml n a ia jtji- n mt ..n k..- -r.mM . m m "Now 1 lust put the clothes i oreaicrasi: K before and rinse them out when the dishes are done ,1 CM: THIS is what one experienced house wife writes about doing her regular weekly wash with the marvelous new soap product, Rinso. Until recently she always made an all-day job of washing, rubbing her clothes for hours to get the dirt out. Now that she soa?s them clean she says Rinso actually saves about five hours of work each washday. Hundreds of thousands of women arc finding that Rinso takes all the hardest work out cf washday. Some of them put the clothes to soak the night before and rinse them out in the morning. Others find it easier to soak for a few hours during the day. All of them say they don't have to rub any but the most soiled spots and those only lightly. Rinso loosens every particle of dirt from even the heaviest pieces without injuring a single fabric. Don't rub your youth away. Get a package of Rinso today from your grocer or any department store. Lever Bros. Co., Cambridge, Mass. insiSM.vrr&Hi. mi M ft , ii Dissolve For each tub of clothe thoroughly dissolve a half package of Rinso ia two quarts of boilir. weter. Where water is hard cr clothes extia dirty us: lucre Rmo. Pour into tub cf lukewarm water mix well. Keep adding the solution until you et a gool. rich, lasting, eoapy uds, even aftar the clothes have been put in. Then let your clothes soak i i vhw: rap i pro. Ki,.mm , . w'.i.awa and rinse without any Wtl "1 XVf fXW i v!ci5.'ttSSc' 1 J lt Soak one $ th VS- Jl hSbiA hard rubomg bcur-t0 if 1 ckK- V? ir '0w hour overnight whatever time ia iJffrfe-j! P ' K 1 SrMvSH r . XlQ ' convenient.- These wonderful. rr.iU rl H:H& Vx?.?sC?fa?$- V?Y g sud. looaen every particle of dirt. MAf. fj ' '&rJ&-tH$&&- CiV -A-i Rinse, to remove the locscned dirt. -ST 4 .V05'tTr JVSV JT $' tiU tie water run. clear. sJll 'tJtiJ.t$ ki.'-iii 1 AVCVs h FyTTi ;& xessCTiv &m. WSflV y Sijr VLcsV VUia MOST VY.WVVXT IN WASllIXtrA'? MAflllXKS With Kiii.so yoti don't have to do any ru'ibing. 1-ollow regular directions given Iiere. After soaking the clothes, wring them ir.Ja machine full of hot water to which lias been added enough fresh Iiinso solution to make a pood Mids. Oper ate machine and rinse clothes. Xo other so:ip prod uct is needed when Kinvj is used. Made in U. S. A. I Taking the Bugbear Out I I Inexperienced investors need have uo bugbear in investing funds I a with uh. We have ex)!icit confidence in our investments because we i know how eood thev are. I 1 The farm security back of every MORTGAGE, MORTGAGE 1 1 BOX1), and COLIjATKKAL TRl'ST ROM), bearing our name, has been rigidly examined by our own expert appraisers, and is located in a section of the country v.e know to be all right. Our knowledge I of tiie investments we sell, therefore, comes to you first-handed, you deal directly with us. And remember, we first assure ourselves that everything pertaining to "the investment is satisfactory, nothing is 1 taken for granted. , With an office in each of the five states in which we operate, we are ably equipped to secure the best farm loans of the Great North- g west. Our SiK-kane, Washington, office is located in the tenter of I a 200-mile radius district which annually yields $-150,000,000 of new wealth, and will produce this year more than one-tenth of the nation's wheat. 1 The long, splendid record of our investments must convince the 1 most skeptical. Right now we have ready for your inspection some of the finest investments we have ever offered. Amounts $100 to $25,000. Full I I particulars gladly furnished. Vermont Loan & Trust Company j F. IS. PUTNAM, Sales Manager BRATTLEBORO, VERMONT Thirty-five years without loss to any investor. JuHiiiiiHiaimiiwiiiMiirammmittmmimwiim ' ' ' I.I..I..H...I.I i.. ..)... .1,.... ..i.ii. ii .,.i...,i.,.,i,.i..1.,..i..,J i.i.iUi..M,..,4t.uil..iilii.xwi...ii.mi,Jii..i.iwl4,..lji1i;i,,l.,,J i MMjm Si Somewhere, Sometime, Somehow, Someone may have found a ift that will carry a more cherished sentiment than flowers but to the sweetheart of our day, there has been no more constant messenger than flowers. 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