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! f - ' f s t THE, BRiVTTLEBORO D A 1 1 A l W .IOJJt, .MCXSTJAY; XOTE3IBEK, 21; , 11)21. T - a - ' . l . - . . . . , , Mr GETS HELP N NICK OF TIME f A COMMISSIONER DEMPSEY ENDORSES GOVERNMENT SAVINGS PLAN Bangor Man Was About to Give Up Business Feels j Better Than In Years 'AltT juittiii;? T:in!;u' to tli tot I'm j willing ti say that it ilix-s; pvpii 'more than is ctiiiuod fof it." saiil lvlwanl'oss. pro- jiriftor of tho limiKor Klrvtrif Shop Up-, pairing oinpaiiy, !- I'.xHiange ftrret, Bangor, Me. "I got so fripplMl with rheumatism that fir a while I thought' I would have to Kivt up my business. All my joints hurt me ami my knees were so stiff I onhln't Iiend them. "TiMilae helped me right from the start and- by the time I had finished the first Imltle I had gotten rid of every pain and ciche. "My appetite is s good I ran hardly get enough to eat and I'm able t work better than I have in years. Jin just like a new man.'' Ta lilac is sold in Brattleboro by the Brattleboro Drug Co.. Albert Sehroeder, Londonderry, Vt., eiid M. G. Williams, Putney, Vt. Advertisement. To find security have your valuable property INSURED. Kvery insurable risk is avoid able by means of the policies written by us in the well known Insurance Companies, H. E. Taylor & Son Insurance Agency Brattleboro, Vt. Established 1872 "THE IDEAL SERVICE" With Perfect Equipment at Bond's Mortuary Home Professional and Selected Morticians and Funeral Directors CHAPEL Auto Service Skilled Assistants Tel. 2GI-W, 2fit-R. 157-W, 750-W UraMleboro. Vermont HON I) & SON PROFESSIONAL CARDS. DR. E. L. TRACY, Physician and Surgeon, 214 Main St. Office hours: 8 to 9 a. m., 1 to 3 p. m.; 7 to RJO p.m.Tel.255. . 5r. B. E. WHITE, Physician and Surgeon. ; liarber Building, Rooms 205 and 206. Hours:-1-3 and 7-8 p. m. Office tel.. 717-W, rrs., 7I7-R. ! DRrG.-B7"lJUNTER. Office at residence, West I Brattlchoro. Hours: 8 to 9 a. m.; 1 to 2, and i 6.30 to 8 p. m. Telephone, 318. W. jrKAINErM.D., Physician and Surgeon. , Oilice. Room 10, L'lkry bulletin. Hours: S.M) to 9..W; 1.30 to 3.00; 7 to 8. Office 'phone, 429 -W. Residence, 75 Frost, St., 'phone, 429-R. C. R. ALDRICH, M. D. Hours: 12.30 to 2.30, J 7 to 8. Office "phone. 165-VV; house, 165-K. I X-ray work a specialty. G. R. ANDERSON, Surgeon and Physician. I Surgery a specialty. Office and residence, Tirooks House. 128 Main St. Hours: After noons, 1.30 to J. evenings, '7 to 8, except Tues days and Fridays. Sundays by appointment only. 'I'hone 246. DR. GRACE W.BTJRNETfrPhyslclan and Surgeon. Market Block, Elliot St. Office hourv 8.30 to 9.30 a. m.; 1.30 to 2.30, and 7 to 8 p. in. Telephone 744-W. PR. H. PGREENE, Physician and Surgeon. Office, Bank block. Hours: 1.30 to 3, and 7 to 8 p. in. Resilience, 83 Green St. Telephone connection. Mornings and Sundays by ap pointment only. EDWARD R. LYNCH, M. IX Surgery a spe ctahy. Office, Park Building. 'I'hone, 50. Hours, 1 to 4 p. m..; 7 to 9 p. m. Residence, Putney Road. 'Phone, 177. Sundays by ap pointment only. ' DR. A. I. MILEER7Hooker block, BTaTtfe boro.OtTice hours:8 9, J to2j6.30 to 8. W. R. NQYESrM. D., Physician and Surgeon, Eve, Ear, Tvlose and Throat. Glasses fitted. Hrs. 9-12. 1.30 5. Wed, and Sat. Eve. Am. Bldg. DR. HENRY TUCKER. Residence, 12 GroTe St.; telephone, 233.. Office, Leonard block. -Hours: 1.30 to 3, and 7 to 8. Telephone, 29-W. DR. H. L. WATERMAN Office, 117 Main S. Over Kjiech's store. Hrs.: 1.30-3, 7-8. Tel. 42-W. W. H. LANE, M. D., wT.tain ST H?w: 1 to 3 and 7 to 8, exceptSundays.jrel.789-W. DR. C G. WHEELER, Osteopathic Physician, 110 Barber Bldg. Office hours: 10 to 12 and 2 to 4. Treatment by appointment. Tel. 219-W. HASKINSf SCHWENKrAttorneys andTCoBn sellors at Law. Brattleboro, Vt. DR. G. F. BARBER, Dentist. Union block, Brattleboro. FRANk"e. BARBER, Attorney at Law. Bar- her Building, Brattleboro. O. B. HUGHES, Lawyer. 212 Barber Building. Telephone 1106-W. BARROWS 4 CO., Wholesale and Retail Dealers in coals of all kinds. Office, 37 Main St., Brattleboro. BOND & SON, Exclusive Undertaking. Auto nn.hiie service. Telephone 264-W. . ; 'PHONE 354-W . - iH v .. - Moraii, & Rolulc Funeral Directors Automobile Equipment 51 MAIN STREET Brattleboro, Vermont Lccn irnpo'rtt'd," ami ' r.iaeTnne 'cleaninK of iiiaui'v - anl n:sai nure in tne i iiiiin- lilne Islands is now established on a commercial basis. While the quantity of binder twine fibre now raised in the Philippines is only a irii in tin? bucket eonipart'd with American and world demand, the depart ment authorities believe the development of the industry promises a future output j which will relieve American manufaetur. crs of the present almost absolute depend-j ence on Yucatan, where internal and in-1 ternational condition have Hoinetiines im-. periled the American supply. The depart-j incut is encouragins; the substitution of' Msat tor tiie uioie commoniy cumvaicu luasuey. of August 30 in sending out cir the month with the purchase of C. H. DEMPSEY Commissioner cf Education STATE OF VERMONT ' COMMISSIONER OF EDUCATION MONTPELIER September, 7, 1921. Mr. F. C. Ayres, Government Director of Savings, 262 Federal Building, Boston 9, Mass. My dear Mr. Ayres: I note your 'letter which you speak of cular letters during regard to thrift and thrift stamps. I sincerely hope that the important practice and instruction of thrift which was so well incorporated during the war may not lapse in the coming years. We have certainly had abun dant proof of the need of thrift ,and savings in the last twelve months, and I am thoroughly convinced that steady and well directed instruction concern ingJ thrift should be a regular part of our school work. You may quote me as strongly en dorsing the continuance of thrift in struction and practice. Very sincerely yours, C. II. DEMPSEY, Commissioner of Education. LISTEN SHIM.MP-LOYl.KS. Finest Years. 1 and Present Louisiana Catch Larc est for Twenty Did, you know that more than half of! all the shrimps caught in United States, waters are taken from the Gulf shore, bays and . bayous of South Louisiana? Is it to be wondered at that Jjouisian-iai-.s love shrimps, fdirirup bisque, shrimp a la Creole, shrimps fried," shrimps boiled and served with cracked i!"e, shrimp" stewed, shrimps Newburn, shrimps in many forms of stuffing and, la.t but not least, shrimp jamhalya? Is it surprising that many strangers who visit our state. .and city, coining from any of a thousand interior points, have never in all their lives tasted a shrimp until arriving here, are "vamped" by the rich-tlavored and highly -colored crustacean to become ever after lovers of the table delicacy? And did you know that the present year's shrimp catch is the linest and largest in tvent years and that the output of our shrimp fisheries this sea son is four times that of last jear? Isn't it time, for us all to make the most of our favored position on the world's n ap and enjoy our gift of nature to the fullest? So plentiful tjii year lias been the cn'ich, aeordinn to the commission's re port, that the canneries are taking to their capacity without being able to re ceive nil that are offered bv the fisher men. Fortunately, however, the shrimp is easier handled than most sea foods and, unable to sell to the canneries, the li-hermcn are able, imitating the Chinese enterprises of Harataria and St. Malo, to spread out the shrimps under the in tense sunshine of our prolonged summer, to dry them and winnow thejn until the dried shrimps come out like so much golden grain from the chart", to b? pecked in barrels and sold for the delec tation of distant consumers. Within recent years, shrimp Ashing lias developed enormously in Louisiana waters and that develojJliier.t is progres sing apparently with increased rapidity. - Vew Orleans Times Picayune Out of tiro Ordinary. Temperance laws recently passed in Uruguay are designed to make that country totally "dry" by 1925, when the nation will celebrate its centenary. As shown by the recent census Japan has 14 cities of over lOn.O'K) inhabitants. The largest is Tokio, the capital, w ith a I-opulation of 2,173,102. A Japanese beauty must have straight black hair. Should she have the mis fortune to possess hair with the slight est tendency to wave, she will take end less trouble to straighten it out as much trouble, in fact, as an American girl would take to produce the opposite cirect. ''.., Up to the age of G or i a Chinese baby is the most gorgeously dressed creature extant. Its garments are of silk of the brightest colors and riehlv embroidered. A portion of the embroidery is always symljoFcal, consisting of a well-executed ti? lire in' silver or gold" thread to reprL-s.-'t loi'.-eviiy. .The nick in the lapel of men's coats or irimftcd in th" days of Napoleon. The t iri' (ror tried to "implicate his one-time s i'P ror. (J-neral Mercau, in a conspir-;;-. aiKleon was so powerful that it v.as u:!s;!e to express- sympathy with M rea"i. therefore. thr general's sup i orlers agreed to nick their coat lapels ti form an Mo show loyalty. AirMn lspifn!s, stationed at high and nerm-fr.e a'titrnV's, are the suggestion of a nerve :pcciah:t. Old People Hitro -Phosphate feeds the nerves and old people need it to make them feel and look younger. It's the one best, nerve builder for weak, nerve-exhausted men and women and that is why the Mrattleboro Drug Co. guarantees it.- Ad vertisement, t Standard Gala RemefbrFrVO eneivuions M ILL. the man, and A A 11,11V r s r m jneMOin. Bromide Quinine, the croduct, have stood the test for over 20 ble the oest reme dy for Colds and La Grippe. Ill Druttists-30e W. H. Hill (', rwtroit mrTT.xiy-.i tmznMaaasragiiEmi? Fine for Lumbago Musterole drives pain away and bringi in its place delicious, soothing comfort. Just rub it in gently. It is a clean, white ointment, made with oil of mustard. It will not blister like the old-fashioned mustard plaster. ' Get Musterole today at your drug store. 35 and 65c in jars and tubes; hospital site, $3.00. BETTER THAN A MUSTARD FLASTR The Savings Division, First Federal Reserve District has sent out, through F. C. Ayres, Government Director, a request that the teachers of the ele mentary, grammar and High schools giva particular attention to education in Thrift and Saving and investment in Government Savings securities. Under the leadership of Mrs. Geo. H. Smilie, of Montpeller, a great deal of organization work was accom plished last yrar throughout the state , and the response to Mr. Ayres request has been most encouraging. Unusual interest has been shown among thej schools "of the state and reqtiests for Happy Jack material, such as hooks, The Human Race. The human race is divided into two classes: those who go ahead and do something and those who sit and in quire why It wasn't, done the other way. Oliver Wendell Holmes. World's Greatest Volcano. The "House, of Everlasting Fire" is part of the great volcano Kllauea, on the Hawaiian . islands. What Niagara is among waterfalls Kilauea is among volcanoes. Not so beautiful as Vesu vius or Ktna, not so high as some of the lofty flame mountains of South .America, Kilauea retains its titie by, sheer power in which it is unrivaled. The crater, about four miles square in extent, is an urea of bleak desola tion, a floor of lava cracked and cards, buttons and thrift chests, have ; seamed until It resembles one of the circles of horror in Dante's Inferno. been received from over thirty of the principle educational centres. Many of the schools are carrying on this instruction without the advantage of any special material furnished by the Government. Mr. Ayres want3 tha teachers of the state to realize that the Savings Division, with headquar ters at Boston, is prepared to send free of charge any of the above ma terial which will have a tendency to increase the interest of the pupil. The postmasters of every commu nity can give detailed information re garding this work, and will be only too happy to give the educational au thorities personal assistance. Kansas City Star. Ni:V SISAI, SOl'ISCK. Philippine Yield Promises Ills Supply to This Country. The cultivation of sisal and maguey for binder twine has heen promoted to sich an extent by the co-operation, of the United States department T.f agriculture with the Philippine bureau of agriculture that the fibres are looked upon as an ex tensive future source of American sup- HT. Edwards, specialist in ibre jdant pr tiuctinn. recently lctuu.ed from the I'hilippiiics and .lava, reports that 7...l)() acres were devoted to maguey and sisal in the archipelago this ear and ihe yield was approximate! v 1S.17' metric ions of L'.2:to iniiid. Tin .-a I in- was about .1 704.IXM1 in American money. Philippine maguey laire tornieiiy was used extensively by American 1'inoer- twine manufacturers. This lib re. which was cleaned by wetting the maguey leaves in salt water, fell inio disfavor when it was learned that binder twine made from the salty fibre was subject to the attack of insects. The department of agriculture, in co operation with the Philippine bureau of agriculture, purchased three modern nbre deaning machines, with which they dem onstrated that maguey can bo cleaned profitably by machines and without the use of sait water. As a result of this co operative government work, aided by pri vate enterprise, eighteen machine's have SUFFERED SEVEN 0M0 YEARS Finally Relieved by taking Lj'dia E. Pmkharn's Vegetable Compound Ravens wood, W. Va. "For seven long years 1 suffered frcm a female trouble rTTR'Vl1?"' 'M,;,?i 1 ni inliammation ho K'Wy;nthat I was not able M'i'C'"- ' Jjrodo my housework. - a i .:: $ ' 'A 4 I, 4U consulted several Vdoc tors tiut none 4t- ' seemett to prive me relief. I read in a paper about Lydia K. Pinkham's Vege table Compound so I decided to try it, md before the first 2LiLl-LJ found creat relief so I continued using it until I had taken eight bottles. Now I am very well and can do rav own housework. I can gladly recommend Lydia E. Pinkham's medicine to suffering women." Mrs. BERTHA Liering, R. F. D., Ravenswood,W. Va. The crdinary day of most housewive3 is a ceaseless treadmill of washing, cooking, cleaning, mending, sweeping, dusting and caring for little ones. How much harder the1 tasks when some de rangement of the svstem causes head aches, backaches, liearing-down pains and nervousness. Every such woman should profit by Mrs. Liering's experi ence. Remember this,- for over forty year3 Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has been restoring health. The Essex "Coach: $1 F. O. R Detroit i c ll4 I J a . I i " ::' . life &w ' a. 3rW. w rtjTiO-m ssSn' " Five Passenger A. New Type Car For All' Seasons II !'-!-. I You will like the Essex Coach we now show for flie iirst time. You will like its good looks, its utility, fine quality and attractive price. ' "Tt' fuirnis tli requirement of busiTifssand professional men with economy and satisfaction. And it r.lso is amply large to meet the family need in both city and country service. Es-ex developed the Coach to meet your wants. Now you can get a fine closed car for a trirle more than you pay for an open car. The performance is the same as that of the open models. It will gratify your demands in utility and reliability. You Will Enjoy Driving It There is much about the Essex Coach that'will appeal to you beside its attractive appear ance. All controls are easy to reach and easy to operate. ; Clutch and brake pedals re quire hardly more than a touch. You will like its response to wheel and throttle. , It is fleet and nimble. It rides easily over rough roads and may be driven in the country the same as an open car. Has These Fine Car Details Dash controlled venti lator. Wind and rainproof windshield. Sun visor. Luggage and tool locker, opened from rear. Newest type easy oper ating crankhandle lifts on door windows. Four hinges on each door and fittings that hold doors solid very im portant. Fine texture, long wcar ing upholstery and rugs. Low, deep-cushioned seats for five. Radiator shutters and .motometer for. effi cient motor control. Ccrd tires. It is easily turned and parked in narrow spaces. - Very little attention is required to keep ir in prime condition. m - Will Give You Long Service Both the chassis and body are built to give long service with out annoyance or expense. An unusually sturdy frame and the manner of body construction practically eliminates squeaks and rattles. Doors are hung on four hinges and rest on fittings that keep them tight and solid. The Chassis is the New and Improved Essex, which everyone knows so well for its reliability and endur ance. - You will be delighted with the Essex Coach., You cannot ignore its price. ' Gome See the Coach You Will Like It . - . . . . . MANLEY BROTHERS CO., INC. High Street, Brattleboro, Vt. 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