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J -THE BRATTLEBORO DAI1A IIEIORMER.V FRIDAY,' OCTOBER 7." 1921.
MS .HELEN TYE Y Clean" Sweep Is Made of Troubles That Kept Her , Miserable for Four -j- Years "Tanlac has reallv made nie - a;vrell and happy woman," said Mrs. Helen Tyc, 2t intervale avenue, liurlinton, Vt. " For four years I 'had stomach trou ble so bad that I only ate enough food to bardv keep me alive. I suffered tor tures Lt tintes from indigestion, was frightfully nervous and ot little ret either day or night. When I got up in the mornings I had ewinuniiitf of the head, sometimes with a lKadache fhat lasted all day. My kidneys worried me and my back hurt like it would break in two "But Tanlae has made a clean sweep of all my troubles. I relish my meals and everything I eat agrees with me. All mv rares and worries seem to have pme away with my other troubles and I ran sleep like a child all night. I feel light-hearted and happy instead of being miserable and discouraged and my grat itude toward Tanlao is beyond words." Tanlac is sold in Brattleboro by the Brattlelmro Irug Co., also Albert Scliroeder, Ixmdonderry, Vt. Advertise ment, s Chrysanthemums Are Plenty Now Beautiful ones ran be bought from us at regular wholesale prices. Come and see them and pick out what you want. C. N. BOND, FLORIST Telephone 752-R BUILDING CLEANING Repairing Chimneys a Specialty Furnace Cleaning ' E. J. CAVANALGII 188 Elliot Street ESTABLISHED 1871 Parlors, Chapel Tie IDEAL Service, ul Car of Details at the Time when Competence la Moft Appreciated The High tanlardt Not Adopted but la a Large Degree Originated by Professional Mortieau "Funeral Directors Superior Qvality and Design of Crtet Tel. 264-W or 264-R, 157-W, 7S6-W ATJTOMOBILS EQXJIPKEJtT Bond Bldg., Brattleboro Vt. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. OIL X. L. TRACT. Pnyneua aac sargeea, 114 Uain St. Office hoart: 8 to 9 a. nu. 1 to 1 Kw I to ilw p. m, lei. DR. B. . WHITE, Paytlclaa and Sargeen, Barber Bnilding, Room 3C5 and 306, Hovt I 1-3 and 7-8 p. m. Office teU. 717-W re 717 -R. DR. G. B. HUNTER. Office at reaidenae. Weit Brattleboro, Honrs: 8 to 9 a. m. 1 to 1. and to B p, m. Telephone, 318. W. J. XAIHE, M. D., PbyaicUa and Surgeon. Office, Room 10, Ullery buildinf. Hove: 8.30 to 9.30; UO to 3X0; 7 to 8. Office 'phone. 4 W. Residence, 75 Froet St., 'phone, 429-IL. C. R. AXDRICH, X. D. to 8. Office 'phone. X-ray work a specialty. How: UL30 to U0, U5-W ho, U&-SL O. R. AXSE&SOar, Smrceoa and PbyaicUa. Surgery ipecUlty. Office and residence. Brook Haute, LS Main St. Hovt: After noon. J -50 to 3; evenings, 7 to 8, except Tnee day and Friday. Snndaya by appointment only. 'Phone 346. DR. GRACE W. BuRXKTT, Fayaiclaji and Sargeoa. Market Blocs. Elliot St, Offiee boor: 8 -30 to 9-50 a. tn.: UO to X30, and 7 to 8 p. m. Telephone. 744-VT. OR. H. P. GRESHS, Physician and Swceoa. Offioe, Bank block. Hour: 1.3 to J, and 7 to 8 p. m. Residence, 83 Green St Telephone aonnection. Mornings and Snndaya by ap- poinimeni oniy, EDWARD R LTKCH, U. D. Saraer? a pe nalty. Office. Park Boilding. 'Phone. 540. oor, l to 4 p. m,; 7 to 9 p. o, Residence. Putney Road. 'Phone. 177, Snndaya by ap- puinrment oniy, DR. A. I. MILLER, Booker block. Brattle boro. Office hemrs: 8 to 9, 1 to 2, 6J0 to 8. W. R. HOYES, M. D-. Physician and Sargeen, Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat. Glasses fitted. Hrs. 1Z 1-J0-5. Wed. and Sat. Eve. Am. Bldg. DR. HEHRY TUCXER. Residence. 11 Grove St.; telephone. 358. Office. Leonard block. Boars: tM to J, and 7 to 8. Telephone, 39-VT. DR. H. L. WATERMAlt. Office. 117 Main St. Over Koech' tore. Hr. t 1 J0-3, 7-8 Tel. 43-W. W. H. LAHE, X. D 117 Main St. Hours: 1 to 3 and 7 to 8. except Sunday. Tel. 789-W. DR. C. O. WHEELER, Osteopathic Physician. 110 Barber Bldg. Office hours: 10 to 13 and 2 to 4. Treatment by appointment. Tel. 319-VT. HASEIftS & SCH WE KEY Attorney a4 Coen ellor at Law. Brattleboro, Vt. DR. O. r. BARBER, Dentist. Brattleboro. Untom block. FRAHE E. BARBER. Attorney at Lav. ber Building, Brattleboro, - Bar. O. B. HUGHES, Lawyer. Telephone 11G6-W. 313 Barber betiding. BARROWS & CO., Wholesale and Retail Dealer in eoal ot all kinds, Offise. S7 Main Bu. Brattleboro. BOND SOH, Exelasive Undertaking, Aato Biobil aervier. TlHoi ttS4-W. WEL LAND A PHOE 354-W t Moran & Rolidc Funeral Directors Automobile Equipment 57 MAIN STREET Brattleboro, Vermont . iporting News YANKEES AGAIN BLANK GIANTS Former McGraw Slabman, Waite Hoyt, ritches His Team to 3-0 Victory in . Second World Series Game. NEW YORK, Oct. 7. All the boyish vows of vengeance which the then li-year-old Waite Hoyt made back in the spring of lJUti when he was given to the Memphis cluo or tne rsouimru league u.v ATHr.iw of the (Jiants jin.nai i " ' a " - were realized yesterday afternoon when that same right-nantieu pitcner, now wun nil h fine unsta nilinsr fiffure of an athlete, gave the Giants two hits and shut them out, o to u, in ine second straight American league victory in this all-New York world series at the Polo Grounds. This Brooklyn lad, now 22 years old, pitched one of the most remarkable of all world series games before the capacity 1 thu mifhtv National league champions two hits, one a scratchy affair, and continued the almost perfect box work of the Yanks, which Carl Mays initiated so signally the preceding after noon when he piloted the Hugmen to a 3 to U victory in almost as summary a it, In Iloyt's control was not so flawless as -nu iht rf Mars Wednesday, for Waite gave five passes. P.ut when in trouble he was as cool as old Paddy Time himself, and. as was the case with the Yanks in back of the Mays flinging, the American leaguers gave Waite perfect support, which at times almost touched the sensa tional. The box score: , YANKEES. ab r bh im Miller, cf, 3 l'eckinpaugh, ss, 3 Huth. If, 1 K. Meusel, rf, 4 Pi pp. lb. 3 Ward. 2b, 1 McNally. 3b. 3 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 3 1 0 () 111 0 0 14 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 Schang, c, 2 O 0 Hoyt, p, 3.0.1 2 0 2 0 Totals, 20 3 GIANTS. ab 4 4 o r 0 bh 0 po 1 a 0 3 Burns, cf, Bancroft ss, Friseh, 3b, Young, rf, Kellv, lb. E. Meusel. If. ' liawlings, 2b, , Smith, c. 12 0 1 0 1 3 Nehf, p. Totals, 27 U 2 24 13 3 Innings. 1 2 3 4 5 V, 7 S 0 Yankees, 0 O 0 1 0 0 0 2 x 3 Giants. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 Stolen bases Ruth 2. K. Meusel. Double plays Friseh and liawlings; Kawhngs. Keny and Smith; MOany, Ward and Pipp. Left on bases Giants i ; Yankees 0. Base on balls Off Nehf off Hovt .. Struck out By Hoyt . I'assed ball Smith. Umpires At plate, Moriartv ; first base, Quigley ; second base. Chill; third base, lligler. Time of game. 1 :tw. MRS. BKRGDOLL SUES V. S. Tries to Recover Property Seized from Her Son. WASHINGTON, Oct. 7. Mrs. Emma C. Bergdoll and Charles A. R ran it. mot her and brother of G rover C. Bergdoll, draft evader, tiled suits in the supreme court of the District of Columbia yesterday against Thomas W. Miller, alien property custodian, and i rank lute, treasurer of the United States, for the return of property valued at $17,t04, " seized as belonging to Grover Bergdoll. The prop- You'll want . to Celebrate Nothing cheers a man up like squaring things with the future. While you're young and ac tive is the time to provide for your family's support in case of your premature death and for an income to fall back upon when you are disabled and after you're old. Get this protection all paid for before your earning abil ity fails. Send for rates. N. A. HOWE, Agent Brattleboro - Vermont Connecticut General Life Insurance Co. Hartford 'CAP" STUBBS SbWUS - S - S 5WUS - . -2. ? lz vx .7 IK t til Trace forty lines And all you see Itelongs to Willie Watts, That's me. Draw from one to two and so on to the p""- erty includeil bank deposits and mortgages, (which Mrs. IJergdoll claimed as: her prop erty. end. MARLBORO. F. G. Shaw of Peacham spent. Monday night ayd Tuesday at the parsonage. More than 40 persons attended the La dies Aid society meeting ednesday. Miss Belle Thompson of Woodstock was a guest of Mrs. II. P. Whitney over the week-end, Mrs. Dwight May visited her parents Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Mather, several days last week. Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Adams, who spent several weeks in New York, are expected home this week. George Hamilton of Connecticut spent several days last week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Hamilton. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Worden, who have been with friends here two weeks. will return to their home in Passaic, N. J., this week. Men's ecru and gray mixed closed crotch union suits, sold tor ?j..rt last year, just $1.3'. at Lurie s Closing-Out Sale. Adv. H SH i m A 'A PITXEY' , The McCullock family is out of quar antine. F. F. Ketcham was in Burlington on business Monday. Ilenry Warnock of Ilolyoke was in town on business Wednesday. Miss Bessie F. Braley is visiting Mrs. Louis A. Whitney at Brattleboro. Miss Ruby Martin out after be ing housed a few days with tonsilitis. Mrs. Carroll Black of Bellows Falls was a guest a few days at E. E. Knight's. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Howe and son and daughter of New York state are visit ing relatives in town. Miss Helen Martines of Walpole was a guest over the week-end of her sister-in-law, Mrs. George Martines. Prof. anl Mh-s. Lawrence and two children of Mount Hermon school are visiting a few days at C. L. Thwing's. Miss Mary Poland, who boards at Brattleboro this term while attending school, was home over the week-end. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Ayer and two daughters Helen and Evelyn, of Keene were in town Sunday calling on frieuds Mrs. Goodrich was able to be on the porch a short time Tuesday for the first time since her return nojne trom the hos pital. Miss lizzie iiougnton came saturtiay from Fitchbure. Mass., to care for her sister, Mrs. A. B. II. Harris, who is ill in bed but-is improving. ' Mrs. A. M- Crser is expecting her sister and husband, Mr. ami Mrs. Fred Scott of Chicopee, Mass., for the week-end and is planning .to return home with them for a short visit. Rev. C. H. Moorhouse, Mrs. Cole and Mrs. Cobb attended the services at the Baptist church at Brattleboro Sunday morning. several oiuers avaueci tnem- selves of the opportunity ot attending church there, their own church being closed while the schools are closed in an effort to stop the spread of scarlet fever. G. Herbert ('base of Ludlow, nephew of Mrs. M. E. Whitman, was found dead Sept. 23 in his room on the third floor of a building which he owned. The body was in a condition to indicate that he had been dead a week or more. Mr. Chase had not bcemseen for several days bv the people living rn the house, but this meant nothing to them as he was in the habit of going away for several weeks at a time without saying anything as to where he was going, or for how long. As he did uot call on his tenants promptly when the rent was due Archie Brown, who lives with his mother on the first floor, went to Mr. Chase's room. Finding the door unlocked b opened -it and found the body of his landlord. The jntsition of the body indicated that he had sustained a shock while sitting at his desk. He sus tained a first slux'k a short time ago. The funeral was held at the Methodist church in Ludlow Sept. 25 and was attended by E. Frank Whitman, son of Mrs. Whitman, who was unable to attend because of the infirmities of old age: -Mr. Chase was a familiar figure in Putney, where he vis ited his aunt frequently. WEST GUILFORD Mrs. Charles Cox visited a few days last week with relatives in Brattleboro. Kichard Cox has entered the school in Saxtons River for the fall term. Alfred Cann-nter of Greenfield spent; Ways to Use Milk MAPLE TAPIOCA CREAM Soak 1-2 cup tapioca in water overnight. Drain off water. Place tapioca in double boiler with pint of hot milk. Add 1-2 cup granulated sugar, 1 cup maple sugar, 1-2 teaspoon salt. Cook until soft. Stir in slowly the beaten yolks of 2 eggs. Cook one minute longer and re move from fire. Fold in. the stiffly beaten egg whites. Chill. Serve with garnish or whipped cream. Our Milk and Cream is delivered early, and can be pur chased from our carts and from the following stores. It cannot be purchased from any carts except our own. MILK 10c PER QUART, IN ROTTLES ONLY CREAM (HEAVY 40 P.c.) lc TER HALF PINT BOTTLE Steliblns' firorerr. Main Slnt J. E. RufthntU's Grocery, Elliot Street D. Frank Shea's Market, Elliot Street L. Letendre, 312 South Main Street Johnson's Grwery 35 South Main Street. 1'oogan's Market, Elliot Street OR DELIVERED TO YOUR DOOR BY OUR CARTS Tel. 1119 W. C. C. Milk Producers Inc. Just His iifrr" - the week-end with his uncle, A. G. Nich ols, and family. rtank Hale of Pennsylvania is visit ing his cousin, O. J. Hale, and Mrs. Hale. AWv and Mrs. Luther Birdge have re turned from. Lynn, Mass., and are stay ing with their daughter, Mrs. Fred Goodwin, and husband. School in district No. 1 will close Tuesday night on account of the county spelling match Wednesday and the teachers' convention Thursday and Fri day in Rutland, Miss Etta A. Akley is one of the contestants from Guilford. Miss Jene Campbell is the teacher. Women's union suits, slightly imper fect, low neck, no sleeve, light fleece, only t!)e at Lurie's Slosing-Out Sale. Adv. The Luscious Laxative DOAL'S ROLLS are an ideal correc tive fr constipation and allied disor ders. They keep the inside of the body sweet and clean. BOAL'S ROLLS are made with REAL FRUIT, not merely flavored. Their taste is delicious. Old and young like them. Children especially are fond of them. Each Roll is an adult dose. Forale at all druggists' 15 cents. OAIC KOI Flash Lights Come in and give them the once over. Batteries that stand highest test at 25c, 30 and 35c each. At II. M. WOOD'S The Sporting Goods Man 64 Main Street Luck. J65T "REnEHBERED I TOUU RED I'D LOfMJ H(r m iCOCr BFY TONIGHT "COUNT. "in UOilN Hb' WU1 -iEsr HUNT IN' T NOW TO null I ' -w ' jK-yy TrHE OVER - -,CC'i I At. S i ' c I .will - No, 1 Maine Potatoes Carload of 7q0 bushels on the way to Brat ( tleboro. Must sell from the car as my elevator is burned and I cannot put them in the 1 cellar. Will make price of . ' . $1.50 Per Bushel - Delivered in Four Bushel Lots Or $1.40 per bushel if you take them from the car. This price is right as it would cost me 30c a bushel more to buy today. J. E. BUSHNELL 94 ELLIOT STREET 1 " 1 Investing. 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