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I-" THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY l.OltAlEK; THURSDAY:" OCTOBER "6J 1921. :
GREAT FOR ECZEMA
AND OLD SORES
I Guarantee My Ointment, Says Peterson
Every Box of It.
"If you are responsible for the health of your
family," says Peterson, of Buffalo, "I want
you to get a large 35-cent box of Peterson's
Ointment today.
"Remember, I stand back of every box.
Every druggist guarantees to refund the pur
chase price if Peterson's Ointment doesn't do
all I claim.
"I guarantee it for eczema, old sores, running
sores, salt rheum, ulcers, sore nipples, broken
breasts, itching skin, skin diseases, blind,
bleeding and itching piles as well as for chaf
ing, burns, scalds, cuts, bruises and sunburn."
"I had 30 running sores on my leg fur 11
year9, was in three different hospitals. Ampu
tation was advised. Skin giafting was tried.
1 was cured by using Peterson's Ointment."
Mrs. F. E. Root, 287 Michigan street. Buffalo,
N. Y. Mail orders filled by Peterson Ointment
Co., Inc., Buffalo, N. Y. Advertisement.
OXIDAZE
FOR COUGHS, COLDS
Bronchial Asthma
Years of study and observation convinced him
it would safely, quickly and surely stop a bad
cough and give instant relief in Bronchial
Asthma. Guaranteed harmless.
Here is absolute proof from users.
Waterbury, Ct. No asthma thanks to Oxidaze.
Salem, V. Va. We find it all you claim.
Kendrick, Col. Am well pleased with results.
Circleville, O. More help than from anything.
Somerset, Mass. It gives full satisfaction.
Detroit, Mich. It has benefited me greatly.
Worcester, Mass. Is worth thousands to me.
Keene, N. II. I speak in highest praise of it.
Fenton, Mich. I got nearly instant relief.
Howell, Mich. For asthma, best I've found.
Cincinnati, O. It is a wonderful medicine.
Smiths Basin, -N. Y. Delighted with OxMaze.
Rochdale, Mass. Cough gone, gained 8 lbs.
Signed letters on file. Order today.
Money back if it fails. All Druggists.
Brattleboro Drug Co. can supply sou.
Thomas T. Brittan
Fire Accident
Insurance
Liability Life
Wilder Bldg., Brattleboro
ESTABLISHED 1871
Parlors, Chapel
Tht IDEAL Service,
and Care of Details at the Time
when Competence la Host Appreciated
Ike High Standards Wot Adopted bat
In a Large Degree Originated by
Professional Mortican
Funeral Directors
Superior Quality and Design of Caskets
Tel. 264-W ot 2W-R. 157-W. 756-W
AUTOMOBILE EQUIPMENT
Bond Bldg., Brattleboro, YL
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
DSL JC L. TRACY, Psrsietaa aac svgeoa, 114
Rain St. Office hours : 8 to 9 a. m. 1 to J , n
T to &30 p. m. Tel. 2S.
DR. B. & WHITE, Physician, and 8 org eon.
Barber Building-. Rooms 2C5 and 306. Hows:
1-3 and 7-8 p m. Office tel., 717-W tn.. 717-SL.
PR. G. B. HUH 1KB.. Office at residence. West
Brattleboro. Hoars: 8 to 9 t; a, 1 to J, and
HiO to 9 p.) m. Telephone, 318.
W. J. KAISS, M. D., Physician and Surgeon.
Office, Room 10, Ullexy building. Hows: J0
to 9 JO; U0 to 3.00; 7 to 8. Office 'phone. 429-W.
Besidcvee, 7$ Frost St., 'phone, 429-R.
C SL ALDRICH, H. D. Honrs: 1X30 to 1.30.
to I, Office 'phone. ltS-VT; boat. 15-2.
X-ray work a specialty.
G. &.- AJTDEESON, Sarceon and Physician.
Surgery a specialty. Office and residence,
Brooke House, 128 Main St. Honrs: After
noons, 1J0 to 3; evenings, 7 to 8, except Tnea
Uy and Fridays. Sunday by appointment
only. 'Phone 36.
DR. GRACE W. BURXXTT. PHysldaa and
Surgeon. Market Block, Elliot St. Offise
hours: 8.30 to 930 a. m.: 1J0 to M0, and 7 to
p. rn. leiepnone.
DR. H. P. GREEITB, PbysicUa and Surgeon.
Office, Bank block. Hours: 1-3S to 3, and 1 to
8 p. m. Residence, 83 Green St. Telephone
onnection. Mornings and Sundays by ap
pointment only.
EDWARD R. LYHCH, M. D. Surgery a spe
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. L MILLER, Hooker block. Brattle
boro. Office hours : 8 to 9. 1 to 2, 6J0 to ft.
W. R. HOYES, M. D., PhysleUn and Surgeon,
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat. Glasses fitted. Hrt.
-13. 1.30-S. Wed. and Sat. Et. Am. Blag.
DR. HENRY TUCKER. Residence. 13 Grove
St.; telephone, 358. Office, Leonard block.
pours: i-mj to a, na 7 to 8. Telephone, 39-W,
DR. H. L. WATERMAK. Office, 117 Main St.
i-rwrr acccn i store, jars.: 1.30-3, 7-8. Tel. 43-W,
W. H. LAME, M. D., 117 Main St. Hour:
, j na ro o, except snnaays. 1 el. 7K9-VT
DR. C. G. WHEELER, Osteopathic Physician,
110 Barber Bldg. Office hours: 10 to 13 and J
to . Treatment by appointment. Tel. 319-W.
HASJUXf S SCHWEHat, Attorney, and Coun-
seuors mi liw, srattieDoro, Vt.
DR. G. P. BARBER, Dentist, Union block.
Brattleboro. .
rRABK . BARBER, Attorney at Lkw. Bar
ber Building, Brattleboro.
O. B. HUGHES, Lawyer, 313 Barber baildin.
Telephone 1106-W.
BARROWS CO., Wholesale and Retail
Dealers in eosls of all kind. . Offie. 17 Main
St.. Brattleboro. .
BOHD A SOX, Exclusive Undertakiac Auto
mobile service. Telephone 364-
PHONE 354-W
Moran & Rolide
Funeral
Directors
Automobile Equipment
' 57 MAIN STREET
; Brattleboro, Vermont
:advertisements.;
Feminine Topics
SWEET TICKLED TEACHES.
Remove skins from fruit and cut in
halves. Stick two whole cloves in each
jiiece of fruit and cook until soft in a
syrup made by loiling together for 20
minutes two iounds brown sugar, one
pint vinegar and one ounce stick cinna
mon. This much syrup will cook one
peck of fruit. Seal in glass jars.
Many people will be delighted to know
that the "Munich" pattern in Austrian
china, discontinued so long ago, has been
restored and that the Rrattleboro China
store has just received a large consign
ment of it. Fill in your missing pieces.
heated to prevent the possibility of cracking.
The road to success is up hill. It calls
for energy, push, self denial, pluck and
will iKtwer every day. The best aid to
the climber is a savings account. One
can have both saving and checking ac
count at the Brattleboro Trust Co.
suds once a week toughens it and prolongs
its life.
The weekly wash is so often a bother
and a burden. Mondays seem to get
bluer and bluer. AVhat's the. remedy V
Ask Sparks Steam Laundry. They have
the answer and will answer promptly if
you so desire by calling for the clothes
and soon returning them washed and
ironed and ready to wear.
The Woman's Home Companion gives
a good hint for baking apple pies: Tut
them lirst into a very hot oven, and keep
it very hot for -0 minutes, when the
pastry becomes so firmly set that the
juice cannot leak out. Then reduce the
hea allowing the pie to bake slowly until j
the apples are done. This rule would!
work well with other fruit pies.
When repairing wallpaper do not put
on a square patch, but cut the edges as
nearly as possible after the pattern. If a
plain paper, it is a. good plan to tear it,
as this makes a thinner edge, which will
stick better.
A cozy chat between friends over a cup
of tea or a dish of ice-cream is always
pleasant. The booths and tables at Hall
& Farwell's offer a convenient place for
such' refreshment.
The Tresident has proclaimed October
10 as Fire Prevention day. Why not ob
serve it as protection day and consult
Daniels, the insurance man, about ade
quate insurance on your property to pro
tect you in case of loss by fire?
If kerosene is spilled on carets, books
or manuscripts, try removing it by
sprinkling flour thickly over the article.
Io you know how complete and well
stocked the corset department is at Good
now, Pearson & Hunt's? The well-known
makes they carry and the convenience of
their fitting room have earned for them a
large number of satisiied patrons. Tell
them your corset trouble. They will know
how to remedy it.
Small molds of very tart lemon jelly
make a good relish ami garnish. A few
nut meats in each is a good addition.
For an ideal sjxu-t and outing shoe you
should see those "Moccasins" at Dunham
Brothers Co. They are made with leather
or fibre soles and with heels like regular
shoes. "Moccasins" may not sound styl
ish, but they have style as wetl as comfort
and durability.
A Good alad: Take equal quantities
of macaroni boiled until tender and bard
boiled eggs, ('ut up small, and use either
mayonnaise or a good boiled dressing.
Garnish with pimento.
After enjoying the chicken pie supper
at Odd Fellows Temple October IS, see
the articles on sale at the booths aprons,
candy, grabs, and fancy articles nice for
Christmas gifts.
Potato Puff : To two cups of hot mashed
potatoes add U cup of milk, two beaten
yolks of eggs, l! tablespoons butter, salt
land pepjwr to taste. Beat well, add
beaten whites. , Tile lightly in buttered
baking dish and bake until puffed and
brown.
I Who doesn't like doughnuts for break
1 fast? Fairbanks's, in their sanitary wrap
! ping, are sold at all grocers. On Tues
days and Thursdays one can have a change
by buying the raised or the jelly dough
i nuts. They are all good.
Someone says that sweet peppers cut
in strips and fried in olive oil are very
good. Will somebody try and report?
Shelf after shelf in J. E. Mann's base
ment is tilled with yarns for the knit
ters. Such beautiful gright colors in the
Good Shepherd and other brands as well
as the more somber tints. It's none too
early to begin on the Christmas scarf or
sweater.
Another cook tells me that melted
cheese ioured over fried tomatoes is de
licious. Serve with cold meat for a
luncheon dish.
The social season is well started and
the trimmer at Mrs. G. H. Smith's Hat
Shop has made up some wonderfully
pretty hats for dress wear. Broad
brimmed models of seasonable fabrics and
artistically trimmed in the latest style.
Sweet Red Tepper and Lettuce Salad :
A very good salad can be made by using
small leaves of head lettuce with strips
of bright red sweet pepper. This salad
is especially attractive when served with
a small cheese ball on each plate. Ball
the cheese into balls about the size of a
walnut. These cheese balls may be made
of cottage cheese or pimento cheese.
For the observation of National Candy
day, the Brattleboro Drug Co. has a won
derful supply of Samoset, Fish's Green
Seal and Tage & Shaw's fine chocolates
and a large number of those Whitman
Samplers. If you have never had a Whit
man Sampler you have missed something
in the way of confections.
If you have a feather hat and wish to
wear it on a motor rip, put a hair net
over it. It will show very little and will
hold the feathers in place if it is breezy.
The Stebbins Grocery has some of the
most delicious comb honey which is so
good with hot biscuits. I find. too. that
they have some excellent Hubbard
squashes from the Dunklee farm at Ver
non. They are dry and sweet.
Apple Butter: One and one-half cups
of strained apple sauce (windfalls or
bruised fruit may be used). '2 cup of
grape juice, 1 cup of crystal white corn
sirup. Add sirup and grape juice to
apple sauce and boil until thick enough.
Season with cinnamon to taste.
Perhaps you have been thinking of a
rug in plain color which will complete
some color srheme. Let me suggest that
you see the Kleartlax rugs at the Emer
son Furniture store. Thev have them in
, small and large sizes and in colorings to
suit almost any interior decoration.
A domestic column says to take fruit
stains from linen, or any dress goods ex
cept silk, to apply a paste of cornstarch
ami let it remain for six or seven hours;
then shake or lightly rub it off. This
treatment is said to remove stains from
fabrics of. the most delicate color and will
not fade them or leave a rim.
Holes in straw matting can be mended
with strands of raffia.
"Good sense demands that you give vour
eyes the best of care. Heed nature's warn
j ings. If you have headaches, if print
. blurs, if your eyes tire easily, consult
Jordan, the optician, and see if vou need
j glasses or if those you may already have
are correct.
The man who desires well-kept nails
A broom will wear best if the brush is
can get expert manicure service at 1( ; greenish w ith the broom firmly fixed in
Crosby block. Mrs. Field does manicuring ' the handle and no stalks extending below
for both men and women. Telephoue the sewing. Dipping the broom in boiline
Beefsteak Stuffed With Potatoes : Bone
a large steak, scatter over it bits of but
ter, pepper, salt and finely chopped onion.
Then add a thick layer of mashed pota
toes, well seasoned ; roll up aid tie. Put
into a baking pan with a cup of st(K-k or
gravy poured over it, and cook slowly,
basting often. Serve with a rim of mashed
potatoes around the platter.
An extra pair or TiTankets, please, for
these chilly nights. If your supply needs
replenishing look over the new stock of
the F. W. Keuch Co. They have just
received a big line of woolen blankets
priced from i?5 up. Beautiful, soft, fluffy
ones are priced at .$10 the pair.
If the flesh of fish is soft and flabby,
it has been kept too long ; do not buy it.
Very practical are those hot water meat
platters and .vegetable dishes at Vaughan
i: Burnett's. A compartment beneath for
hot water and a nickel cover makes them
ideal for keeping food hot. Nickel, too, is
so easy to care for. A good wedding gift
suggestion.
DON'T
DESPAIR
If you are troubled with pains or
aches; feel tired; have headache,
indigestion, insomnia; painful pass
age of urine, you will find relief in
COLD MEDAL
A new range should be very gradually
The world's Standard remedy for kidney,
liver, bladdei an j uric acid troubles and
National Remedy of Holland Gince 1696.
Three sizes, all druggists. Guaranteed.
Look for the nam Cold Medal om every boa
aaa accent no iniUttioa
When white dresses are hung away, pin
thvm into a sheet or large pillow slip
which has been heavilv lln.l n,l .1:.1
The blue sheet will keep the dress white,
ami it u is careiuuy nung it will not have
to be laundered again before it is worn.
HER
SYSTEM
SHATTERED
"Fruit-a-tives", or Fruit Liver
Tablets. Gave Relief v
8S5 Grant St., Buffalo, N.T.
."I have been Paralyzed on the
whole right side since April 80th.
I referred the case to a physician
who wrote me, advising theptise of
Fruit-a-tives
I would not be without 'Fruit-a-tives'
for anything ; no more strong
cathartics or salts ; no more bowel
, trouble for me.
recommend 'Fruit-a-tives to alL I
feel more like 40 than C2, which I
have just passed".
WM. II. OSTRANDER. "
COc. a box, 6 for $2.50, trial size 25c.
At dealers or from FRUIT-A-TIVES
Limited. OG DEN SCDRG.N.Y.
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Advertising in The Reformer Brings Good Results.
LIGHT-SIX TOURING CAR NOW $11 50
This is a Studebaher Year
The car that is converting
thousands to the SIX
The popularity of the six-cylinder automobile is universal. Everyone admits
that there is great pleasure in driving a Six, and the six-cylinder motor is now
recognized as the most satisfactory unit of power.
The Studebaker LIGHT-SIX motor embodies the most advanced engineering
developments
if is powerful. Its 40-horsepower motor supplies
much more than the usual power per pound of car
weight.
From the first moment you sit behind the wheel
you get that velvety feeling of a strong, continuous
flow of overlapping power impulses.
it picks up quickly and smoothly, affording a
quick getaway in traffic; it throttles down to a snail's
pace in high gear.
it is freer from vibration, up to 65 miles per
hour, than any car of its size and weight yet pro
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The LlGHT-SlX is the most evenly balanced car you
can buy. Its light weight (only 2500 pounds) is so
equally distributed that if the chassis were halved or
quartered each section would weigh practically the
same. This means tire economy, and steady road
holding at high speeds.
See'thiftar drive iflest itT'You will be won by it. You will understand
why it is the Studebaker ideal of what a light, six-cylinder car should be.
Manley Brothers Company, Inc.
HIGH STREET, BRATTLEBORO
NEW PRICES OF STUDEBAKER CARS, EFFECTIVE SEPTEMBER 8th, 1921
f. o. b. Factories
Touring Cart and Roadster
LIGHT-SIX 3-PASS. ROADSTER
UGHT-SIX TOURING CAR
SPECIAL-SIX 2-PASS. ROADSTER
SPECIAL-SIX TOURING CAR
SPECIAL-SIX 4-PASS. ROADSTER
.$1125
. 1150
. 1585
. 1635
1635
BK1-SIX TOURING CAR 1985
Coupe and Sedan
LIGHT-SIX 2-PASS. COUPE-ROADSTER
LIGHT-SIX 5-PASS. SEDAN
SPECIAL-SIX 4-PASS. COUPE
SPECIAL-SIX 5-PASS. SEDAN
BIG-SIX 4-PASS. COUPE
BIG-SIX 7-PASS. SEBAN
.$1550
. 1850
. 2450
.2550'
. ,2850
I- 2950
ALL STUDEBAKER CARS ARE EQUIPPED WITH CORD TIRES
CAP" STUBBS
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