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THE I3TJATTLEBORO DAILY UHFOJtMEU. TUESDAY; OCTOBEU 25; 1021.
A ILiu!sJLl 2 SfifSfiSI I LIU 5IU1? fiH-H Gort. Gonorelo Inspector Saved By "ftiiil-a-tiyas" S3 North Uxicx St., Rocii ester, X.Y. "For five long years, I was afflicted with Stomach, Liver end Kidney Trouble, which developed iatq serious Bladder Troullc ' , I sa a testimonial of 'Fruit-a-tives' and concluded to, make one moro trial. By tho time the sample bos and a 5Cc. box were finished, thero was grand improvement. To make a long story short, I believe 'Fruit-a-tives' or Fruit Liver Tablets the Lett " Stomach, Liver cm! Bladder Medicine ihc. uorld has ever produced". R. E. OTLYN2J". ' 50c. a box. 3 for $2.50, trial size 25c. At dealers or from FKUIT-A-TIVES limited, OGDEXSBUKG, N. Y. ' ' ' ' No More Gas in Stomach and Bowels If you wish to be permanently rc Keved of tras in the stomach and bow els, take l.aalinann's (las-Tablets. I.aulmann's Gas-Tablets are prepared distinctly and especially for stomach pa, and particularly for ell the bad ef fects coinins fron gas pressure. That' elpty, gone and gnawing feeling at the pit of your stomach will disap pear; that anxious and nervous feeling with heart palpitation will vanish, and you will once more be abb' to take a deep breath, so often prevented by gas press ing against your heart and lungs. Your limbs, arms and fingers won't feel cold and go to sleep, because Uaal mann's (Ins-Tablets prevent gas interfer ing with the circulation; intense drowsi ness and sleepy feeling after dinner will soon be replaced by a desire for some form of entertainment. Your distended stomach will reduce by inches because gas will not form after using I.aalmann'ti Gas-Tablets.. (let the genuine in the Yellow Pack age from any reliable druggist, or the Iirattieboro Drug Co Advertisement. To Stop Falling Hair ! ADVERTISEMENTS. Feminine Topics r- : -V'" h W y'i - r t- . f - ? 5 "' l '- A- ' i : "H v - vr "f ' - '-Til . - , that one inmnd of confectioner's sugar, and one small package of shredded c ; -a-nut. Add one teaspoon of vanilla. Spread out quite thick on wax paper. Melt one square of chocolate and spread on top. Cut into squares. "I keep my Liberty Ibnids in a tin box." said somebody recently. u nat ,is to present someone's carrying off tlfe tin-, box, bonds and all? Neither will a tin box withstand lire. A small dejosit box at the Peoples National Fank will save all worry about either one. be newly planked cnd'lsas hfin rritiv repaired with cement at the ends. Select man l'-. YV. Watson has charge of the work. Airs." S. A. ft verso n, who has been se riously ill several weeks with bronchial pneumi.riin. is gaining slowly. Her daughter. Miss Lydia Kverson of Boston, has been cr.ring f. r her. The v;i!a?Te park was much improved the past week by a thorough pruning of l vid li- ibs. etc.. from the trees. Several hirg limbs also had to be cut en the si.iith side to allow for stringing the elec tric light wires later. . Manle Custard Pie: Two cups of milk maple sugar, i teaspoon ot the meeting ot Pomona Orange witn tablesixHui' of vanilla, 1 table- West Kiver Grange Oct. -0 was an un- rmwdered sugar, .i eggs. Peat usuallv pleasant occasion. A hot dinner IX fun prated butter. 1 spoon of powdered sugar, o eggs. Beat volks of eggs, put wuu mem tne miiK, previously heated, maple sugar, butter and vanilla. Fill a crust and bake in a steady oven until set. Make a meringue of the whites of eggs and powdered sugar. Spread on toi-of pie and bake to a deli cate brawn. Th Bew&rd of Justice Thirty years cf giving just value in tea has gained in . for A NFAV IT cup puindiin pulp wipkin iusn. Heat one cup pumpkin pulp, one ami one-half cups inilK arm one tea spoon cinnamon, one -quarter of salt, one-quarter ot nutmeg anil one-qiiaitei of allspice in a double boiler. Add three-quarters cup sugar to three beaten eggs and add to the heated mixture. Pour into greased custard cups, set in a nan of water and bake in a slow oven until lirm. t f course you are planning to see Miss P.ob White next week. Where V At the auditorium on either Thursday or Friday evening. This local talent production is t be given under the auspices of tin Woman's Club and a perusal of the cast of characters shows that it will be of a high rder apd sure to entertain and amuse. ward the mirror. Some of you would n?t be wearing the shoes you have on, if you .-aw them in this way. What housekeeper does not take pride in her dining room? The big Emerson store can help one to be proud of such a room if they can assist in the selection of its fucniture- table, chairs, serving table, sideboard, or china cabinet, and they have theia all in many stjles and prices. One very good cook says that in mak ing chicken salad she always uses the fat from the chicken in making the salad dressing instead of olive oil. Take the fat from the cooled broth after the chicken is boiled. sn't it pleasant to sit by with all the attractive ;s, shining andirons, tire with more wood for T tire tin; ket All such hreplaee liftings c, at Bobbins & Cow-less, and time to.be looking at them. a cosy open fireplace Tit set, the bas replenishing V an b;; found now is the To remove rm kerosene oil and ;t from steel britk dust. knives, use It is said that a cup of hot water before each meal is excellent with a reducing diet, making the food more digestible as well as discouraging the appetite. When you have seen pretty blooming plants at. Christmas time, have "Ton not resolved to start some 'yourself next year? Now is the time to get the bulbs at Hopkins's and start them for Christ mas blooming and for spring planting.. Those interested in pretty silk dresses ! at a low price sh-'uld see those which I Coodnow. Pearson & Hunt are featuring this week. I think you will be surprised i to see how far a little money w ill go when i you look at this assortment of charming i gowns. There seem to l.ie styles to suit tall types. When it seems almost impossible to re move the top of your fruit jar, hold the cover under hot running water for a few moments and you will be surprised to see how easily the lid will unscrew. You can casi diulf, prevent I : aut i t v it. i ! Poet 's I'huina t isen.eut- oil V in your head of dan-! o;ir falling out and tis Parisian sag''. :arantees it .--Ad er- Cse batters i tcasp .' to make it f a I ( them f ;ve oil oth. in flitter Established 1S72 THE IDEAL SERVICE With Perfect Equipment at Bonds Mortuary Home Professional ar.d Selected Morticians and Funeral Directors CHAPEL .Into Service S'iMlcl Assistants Tel. 2..I-W. 2GI-K. I..T-W. 756-W Brait Mx ro. Vermont BOND & SON Ouiek Hlld quiet serv: leanliuess with good f tinds at Hall I'arweH illg of 1 iiiims to eat tills b the majority seek. courtesy and is what one In the serv- c oaibhiati ii One can always tmd crepe paper nap kins suit-ibly decorated for any occasion ;t the News Store and just now those fir Halloween are in great demand. They have a great variety also of the , paper for decorating." Those Dennison 'musks they have will b great fun for the youngsters. 1 An attractive dishis made by lining a cassertje with mashed potatoes and placing u creamed vegetable, such as finely diced carrots, peas. etc.. i:i the water. Deli cately browned, this is very d dicious. was served after the forenoon session to about 40 guests, the menu including roast lork, mashed potato, salads, pie. cake, coffee, etc. At the afternoon program several of the community workers from Brattleboro were present and entertained the audience with a Punch and Judy show, always delightful to ' old and young. They also introduced games and chorus singing. Miss Viola Cameron and County Agent It. W. Harvey of Brattle loro gave talk on Farm Bureau aid Poys' and Girls' club work. Readings, piano solo "and a paper by F. A. DeWitt completed the program.' As the time was so well taken the usual debate was omit ted. The funeral of Mrs. Ellen (Allbee) Wheeler, who died Oct. Is, was held at the home of her daughter, Mrs. S. L. Vincent, Friday afternoon at - o'clock. Kev. C. W. Bishop officiated, taking his text from 1 Peter 1 :4-5, verses particu larly appropriate for Mrs. Wheeler's beautiful life and character. The son as. Beautiful Isle of Somewhere and No Night There, were sung by Miss Mary Kelsey and Miss Emma Bushnell. The four older sons were the bearers. W. Uouell Wheeler of . Hyde Park, Mass., Archer H. Wheeler of West Townshend, Earl B. Wheeler of Boston and Leon Wheeler of Springfield (Vt.). The other son, Ernest Wheeler of Boston, the other daughter. Mrs. Frank Ablrich of Keene, N. II.. also Mrs. Leon Wheeler, Frank Ahlrich and Mrs. Archer Wheeler also were present. The burial took place be tide her husband in Oakwood cemetery'. JESSES H261 The Largest. Sale in America HINSDALE, N. II. Miss Mareia Wliite has returned home, nfter visiting her eister, Mrs. George I'pham, in Springfield. .Mass. WATCHING CABINET CHANGES. (Continued from Page ;J.) Apple Fritters : ne pinch of salt, two cups one teaspoon baking pow f. r stiff batter. L'n.p deep i'ai. ' E;:t with si cream i-r afiy g d pudd. g?. one cup milk, chopped apples. der. tioitr enough by spoonfuls i;i nip. sugar and ng sauce. ' A hot luncheon or supper dish served in a good looking casserole or Ivikine dish si cms all the more tempting. The Thomp son store is making an attractive display of the new cabinet is therefore awaited with keenest interest. Certainly as t he representatives of the principal allied ami associated powers gather here next month, evidence of a recaleitr-mt instead of an obedient. Germany would injure the chances for an understanding on hind aru a mcrd . - . Cause of Wirth's Downfall Chancellor Wirth's downfall is directly att.il tit able to the decision of the league of nations councils to diide Silesia but he was nr. popular with the m.uHjfaet uring interests because he favored hie vy taxat'oii in order to ai-e the ! ionev to pay reparation. (uhe'.al ashi::.toii is wa:t tig ti) ss I Dr. Lconliardt Says External treatments seldom cure I'iles. Nor do surgical operations. The cause is inside bad circulation. The blood is stagnant, the veins flabby. The bowel walls are weak, the parts almost dead. SHERIFF'S SALE ON EXECUTION . ... , By virtue of an execution issued by the Municipal Court of Bellows Falls' in which D. J. Smith Corporation is creditor and G. W. Davis is debtor and placed in my hands for collection, I hereby give no tice that I will sell at public auction to satisfy said execution on the 31st day of October A. D. 1021, at two o'clock in the i afternoon in the Public Highway t,"Eat To quickly ami safely rid yourself of ti "wieJ ""joining una ow neaoyx nomas !cs von must frc. thp clrcnl itioo sen,! t 1 'oian, a puonc piaee in said lown VI ionowing personal property have levied said execution, piles you . . . . i 'nr nof rr--i a tresli current fjiroirgii tue stagnant Z tuvil tiltin:il t ren t men t . Ill on x:i fe On tllCU X t - - - - - - - - - ... .... ....... - - . method. Ointments and cutting won't , V1Z- .- .to t M) pes. 2 in J. S. Loonhardt. M. P., a specialist, set nt work some years ago to find a real internal remedy for piles. He succeeded. He "named his prescription HEM Roll), and tried it in .10iO cases before he was satisfied. Now HEM KOI P is sold by druggists everywhere under guarantee. It is a harmless tablet, easy to take, and can always be found at Brattle-i boro Drug Co., and druggists'every where, ' who will gladly refund the purchasij price to any dissatisfied customer. Advertisement. 2 in. by 5 in. by 12 ft., b.t"4 in. by 12 ft .'3 pes 2 in. by 6 in. pes. by IS ft., pes. 2 in. by 7 in. by-24 ft., - i ' 1 ft ; i e o. jio pes. o in. u.v i in. iy ii., ou pes. 3 in. by 10 in. by 12 ft., 4 pes. 8 in. by S in. by 12 ft., 2 pes. 8 in. by h ire. by 21 ft., 2 pes. 8 in. by 8 in. bv 2S ft., 1 pc. 8 in. by 8 in, by 22 ft., 110 ft. of 2 in. plank. Dated at Putney in said County, this 15th day of October, A. P. 1921. II. O. COBB, Constable. If'! .- M n ia if VV how t seel v hi t h the t. th new chancellor wmI hi situation for upon if r Gct'tnanv will be able '"lis of iffr !i::aiielal a ndle the depends to meet '.e. lllCIit if such very prr dishe.-tical k. Thev make v, ...i t,n tins wee! bridal or Christmas gift- alli "A h. Jriffin'.-d-rfullv day. '! need of df-P ozen so;ip treat mef.ts at falling hair helped me ma rkeil a worea u t he is a suggestion fr tho JlisS w..n other e in I .Me it rolls are a tasty n;ncleon :is.i and an economical one. Chop the nfeat line, season well end shape into small rolls. Make a rich biseuit iI hirIi, roll thin, cut in strips and wrap around the meat. TOWNMIMND Miss OrindA -'ord Married The follow ing mai ri :ge notic paper expert serv: Bake in quick oven and serve hot. An econom cup milk, add one cup breai and ))'inier. and eggs wed beaten. ;:! oioeb t : B il one-half a ta'tdesp ion of butter and crumbs. Season with a!t PKOl ESSIONAL CAKDS. eaten melted stiff. B batter. add Las wn .tin ilv i n yolks of three stir in the whites frying pan with - A Dayl tlashliglit will throw its rays between J(H1 and .''.Oil feet. This makes them jut the thing for 'coon hunters and many are s .j.l fop this purpose. The Wood sporting goods store has them in ail sizes and. the extra latteries for them. from a S "ith Carolina est friends u; this section, was a resident here with, her fore going south and has manv of ber summers in town: '"The second white wedding on ena's Island since the Civil war tak inter-bride parents be- since spent i will The -t. Hel 'as sol- ct. BR. E. L. TRACY, Physician and Surgeon, 214 Main Sr. Oitice hoe.rs: K to 9 a. m., 1 to 3 p. m., 7 to 8..vi p. n. Tel. 256. DR." C." E. "WHITE" Physician ar.d Surgeon. Itarber li-oilding. Rooms X5 and 206. Honrs: 1-3 ami 7-8 j. m. OiVice tel., 717-W, res., 7I7-U. DRrG. bThUNTER. Office at rer.hler.ee. Wet Hr.ittU-i.ore. Hours: ? to 9 a. m. ; 1 to 2, and 6.30 to 8 p. in. Telephone, T7. T. KAINE, M. D., Physician and ..nrgeon. Office. R ''"ii 10. L Pcry t.., 9.'; 1.30 t.- 3.i?; 7 ft 8. Kcsi.ii iet. 75 1-ri.st, St., The Altman ties, which are s.dd at Pent on's. are rceogvi.icd :;- the standord for the correct thin in men's neckwear. When in d ml t buy an Altman. This is good advice tor the woman who is se lecting ii tie l-r a man and -she can al ways tii'd a full line at this store. Cracker Mince Pie: One .-up raisins chopped, six luii' h crackers-rolled fine, one cup Molasses, i tie cup vinegar, three cups sugar, two cups effee, one teaspoon each of cloves, cinnamon and nutmeg, two eggs well beaten, one-half cup melted butter. Egs ami butter should be add.ed last. Hx.ur.s: 8.30 nee, -429-W. C. R. 7 to X ray G. V.. Sor.. iir ro!iS days AL-0RICK, M. D. P. (Ii.- e ! 1. e..:ci.li; , 1.::-! Office 7 t8 D. Si:rcry a spe IdirR. 'i'ii.mc, 5!0. n 9 p. in. R..-si.!ence, 177. Sundays iiy ap- !0 Office 'i pii.illC, -IJO K. I! ;: 1J.30 to!.31. ph'.ee, ilj. ; l.i.-.isC, lOJ-lv. riiv a 5.;M-cially. A.JDHRSON, Surgeon and Physician. I 'nice aivi rt-si.jcuce, M,.i:i St. Honrs: After- . 1.30 to 3. evi-no-cs. to 8, except I ues-aii-1 l-'rid-ys. Sue-lays by app.iir.tiv.tnt ei:'! y. ' li' lie 24t). DR. GRACE 7. BURNETT, Physician flr.d Sureeon. Market Bh-ck. Kiii-t St. t.i'Vi I'our.s: f .'O ii '-.30 a. in. J 1.30 to 2.30, and p. in. Telephone 7i4-V. T n7"lL P. GKEENE, Physician and Surgeon. Irticc, Hank M irk. Hour-.; 1.30 to 3. and 7 to ? p. m. Kcsi'Iencc, 83 Green St. Telephone ci.rnrc'. inc. Mornings and Sundays by ap p 1 1 : t i!cn. t only. EDWARD R. LYNCH, M cia'tv. ( ifin-e. Park ti'ii Honrs, 1 te 4 p. in.; 7 Putney Road. 'Phone", pointmciit only. DR.a7 I." M I L L E r7"i b ok er block"" biratt 1 e" ' boro. trtire Sn.urs: 8 to 9, 1 to 2, 6.30 to 8. "W R. N OYES,"M'."D.7 Physician "and Surgeon, Eve, Ear. Nose and Throat. Glasses lifted. Hrs. '-M2.l.3e,. 5. d. and Sat. Jive. Am. Bidg. DR. HENRY TUCKER" I.esidenceri2 Grove St.; tele; hone. 258. Office, Leonard block. Honrs: 1.30 to 3, and 7 to 8. Telephone, 29-W. DR7 h7l. WATERMAN.- OiTu-eT 117 Main" St. Over Ktiee'i's store. His.: 1.30-3. 7-8. Tel. -42-W. W. H. LANE," m7 DH7 M :iinSt HovTrs : 1 to ,i and 7 t 8, escort Sundays. Tel. 7R9-W. DR. C. G. WHEELER, Osteopathic Physician, 110 nail.i-r l'.h !g. Oihce hours: 10 to 12 end 2 to 4. Treatment by appointment. Te!. 2.0-W. KASKLNS & SCHWENK, Attorneys and Coun sellors at Law. Hrattlehoro, Vt. ! DR. G. F. BAREER, Dentist.- UniotTbloek, I'o attiehof o. FRANK E. "BARBER, Attorney at Law ber Puidin-C, Ciattlehoro. 0.B. HUGIIES. Lawyer. Telephone liOo-U. BARROWS & CO., Wholesale and Retail Dealers in coals ot Jill kinds. Ofrice, 37 ilaiu St., BrattU-boro. If n ail; w a Ik get t ti ,v look aw a v lie l ac inf to s how a m you. take a h from the mirro ; view, instead pair of s and glass r -o von f v. alkir: it- t'S and can ; to- V.i t!:e J w orl. S Wt! -s i;rn:g at Dr. i.auey s (.tt.ce in ari.er building d es all kinds of hair the making and repairing of !nv. t ; ,; nsf -rmat "of.s etc. I o nit toi g.-t th.it she d es Mtirci i waving. I I -3 :..'-..":: s.ir!. .."v.V3--:Ayv.-y;v-. lftea masses, ',"V vr- lb-re is a se; In ne : Make a and three p. on. two huge ipiii ocaliie recipe for quince j rnp of one pint of water Is of suar. I nto this .-es. Iloil !" minutes : rate cianized at 11. ".O a. m., Tuesdav is. when Miss Orinda Dele Pord of I rogmi re was married to Herbert ltotn ;iM of P.e'iufort and Poeotaligo. The big windows in the living rooia of the bride's h: me v.i ;' banked w itii fern and g ild.-ti I'd. There the ceremony p-ok p'ace, liev. I'. ( '. Helms of lieatif'Tt oih-i::t ing. ' The wedd'tig march was pli;d in the violin by Miss Prances lleath as the bride, a charming tailored littie figure in wine colored broad-doth entered with her father 1'red K. Ford who ave ber away, I lor hat w as a lare un did in black prune velvet trimmed with a bronze p'urne and sh.e carried a bouipr-t of bride r 'sebu Is and ferns. Her only attendant.1 Miss I.;i..;d.efli MacI (on.'ild. wore a gown of inhlriitrht blue twill with picture hat of go'd velvet and b'ai'k ostrich hi. '-.'-: CI Bar-! 1 212 Barber Building. ECND & SON, Exclusive Undertaking. mobile service. Telephone 264-W. Auto- Drink and 1 i-a n to lie no s n..l Tb Th of the assortnc'iit some inai.iciiri rind white is ivory toilet wear own a : 1 1 of it is t enjoy in. A stock of these goods at tlie Pharmacy permits the selection pieces as vdl as full sets. In are some unusually hand set s. 1 an ar.a bouo'i' t of yellow munis. v " n informal rc-cption wa be mediately after the ceremony, bride's coke was cut and de'icious and sandwiches' were served. Ah end crtr-chrysan- d im Tiie punch e.li A i) Cauli il ve Slower ;eia!:!e adds a very d soup or stew. lie: 11 a vi the tea with the million dollar flavor 1 was surprisi hmisi' dresses one .V5...0 at the J. 1 enough they are home, and I was .1 to yee what prettv c-.u'.d get for ."sli.lK anil . Austin store. Pretty for afternoon wear at. told that the materials Ci'e.sts were rese:it aiuotig whom were Mrs. P.oin.au. Mis'- Charl-.tle and Miss 1'dith P 'inc;iu. mother and sisters of the I jTiii'in. as well as friends front Pocotaliio. leaitfortund St. He!cnn. Mrs. Nellie I ae Plumb of New Vcrk assisted Mrs. Ford in receiving. Mrs. Ford wore geirgette headed in silver and Plumb was g. tuned in white novelty Mr. ami Mrs. p.oineau left on the train f r Charleston. S. C, where blue Mri. silk. 1.1.-. t hex- are of guaranteed colors. (Jo in and see them en your next shopping tour. d.-ivi will their return LIPTOM' Largest Sale in the World Mock Sausage: Take -eiitial quantities of any cold meat, chopped line, end dry bread soaked in water; mix and season with salt, pepper aiid poultry seasoning. Make int takes and frv. On the very first co'd days begin to use IJoot's Clyoeroso Cream if you wish to keep jour hand smooth. The s"cret is to apply tins cream wlien the hands a taken from water. If this is done you will have no chaps or cracked fingers and thumbs. The Iioi.t Pharmacy irrepares this themselves. will spend a few to P.eaufort they will make Jhcir home en Craven street. Mrs. Poincau. whose father. Fred It. Ford, is one of the lead ing merchants- nf st. 1'eiena Island ami whose grandfather. John of the founders of t he present tirei of Mac di .mid. Wiikins & Co.. carries with h the best wishes and warei nfiectioii of ad i who bflve known and s'r.all miss her oa St. Helena." - r omen ox MiddleA riHIE critical stajie of X. woman's life .usually cor.ics between the years of 45 and 55, and is often beset with annnoying symptoms ruch as nervousness irrita- bi! nty ine: :holia, heat !?i'tf ni utyx,wsm r-rr flashes which producehead r.chc and dizziness, and a sense cf suffocation. Guard your health carefully, for if this period be passed over safely, many years cf perfect health may be enjoyed. ft 2 Lydia E.;Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is especially adapted to help women through this crisis. It exercises a restorative in fluence, tones and strengthens the system, and assists nature in the long weeks and months covering this period. It is prepared from medicinal roots and herbs, and contains no harmful drugs or narcotics. Its value is proven by many such letters as these : hornets, 0!da. " I first used Lydia Aft on, Term. "I want other puf forir.s: women to know what I.ydiaE. Pinkham's Vegetable Coni j'ov.nd lias done for me. During Change cf Life I was in lied for 18 months and had f;ood eae, but did x.jt improve. A friend advised mo t o take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta ble ComiKiund, which I did, and in a ' rhort time I felt better. That was live years ago, and ' now when I feel run down and nervous I take tho Compound and it always does me pood. I wish all women would try it during Change of Life, for I know it will tio tuem. good. Jirs. -A. Thou I E. l'inkham's Vegetable Com pound in my girlhood days, by tho advice of a friend. At the age of 47 I was troubled with dizziness, hofc Hashes, and became very weak so that I was unable to do any work. I took Lydia E. lkham's Vegetablo Compound with the result that I felS better and stronger than I have for years. I hava also given it to my three daughters, and always with good results. The Vegetable Com pound is certainly grand for thefiiia of women." 3Irs- J. G. Swakey, lloute B, Thomas, Okla. 'PHONE 354-V Moran & Rolidc Funeral Directors - Automobile Equipment 57 MAIN STREET Brattleboro, Vermont I r Kelleii, Afton, Term. - .' - - inn iii. V ifl ,r . .. ... , , ng merchants- nf st. 1'eiena Island ami I et.ert ilro thi show rio mi uer.ee women 13 tT7 I I Da'e. wos on.'! ' i i A - TTV 'SPV . A A 11 r ' ra 4 O . H 11V K . h I lil ! - 'i iUcita IL.'--rinimams ! P l III .., i " ,M' "' ii i m w .Mi ii fev 1 t 1 1 1 1 1 v. and Mrs. C. II. V lllard. Miss . R3 ., Js 1 Mary I'ln'n'j '-l Tnd -1. II. Wripht at- yy" LYDIA E.P1NKHAM MEDICINE CO. LYNN, MASS. e (Nccanut Potato - Candy : lioil and j Thursday. " " j f-S?cf' ' "TLgtj imV3bS3Smi&smS!lSiSSai nutsn one medium sized nytato, leat into J he 1 1? rm.ui vville e;veril in-'.!-,, is t .i : s.- ... i I 1 1 " " " "CA1" STUI-IiS Ti;j:e IJrousht Kni. Protected by George Jlatthew Adams By Kdwina i - ' . " . . - l B II II CA 6TUSB!'ir. rrJ voo want these - G(X& GmffiS) U