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THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY REFORMER, SATURDAY, JANUARY 28. 1922.
HALF HER IN BED I iiiiim Faraer' Wife Tells How Lydia E. Finkham$ Vegetable Compound Made Her a Well Woman Carter's Cret-k, Tenn. "Three years ago 1 was almost an invalid. I spent half oi ray time in of beirr; afllicted with a trouble which women of a certain age are apt to have. i. . :'.xi: Fifikh.' ni's Vegetable bit Hi. : Alwl used I.y-lia E. : ljjlili'inkham's Sanative !":MU!!jVVa:rh. I am a well : "'jwornan now and have .: I been for two years. " " .. H can work a3 well aa ar-v ono vrho is vounerer and as I sti a larn.'H-'s wife I have plenty to do fur I ! cultivsr.b my own garden, raise many I ehi. Irons .",nrf do mv own housework. I You may publish this letter as I am - I i- J. . A- -ll . v :.i "en as I have b. en so well 2nd happy si:.-e my tumbk-s are past. "Mrs. L-T. Galloway, C ..u -tor's Creek, Tenn. Most women find plenty to do. If they are upset with some female ail mert i;;vi troub.ed with su-"h symptoms aa I.Irs. Galloway had, She smallest d;:ty seer;i? a mountain. It' you f.nd it hard to keep up, if you are nervous zrA irritable, without ambi tion ad out of sorts generally, give the Vegetable Compound a fa:;- trial. V.Te believe it will help you greatly, fi.r it '.'.a helped others. What is Delisco When properly made, ex perts have been unable to distinguish DELISCO from the finer grades of coffee. DELISCO is composed of cereals and other vegetable substances, together with a certain percentage of the highest quality aromatic coffee, so combined, biended and balanced that an unusu ally acceptable drink is pro duced, posse -isinjf the fra grance ard Haver of nne cof fee, but without harmful effects. 50 Cups for 4S Ask yor.r grocer. Our Eye Glass Service T. is rendrref sa as to fmlirar h.s(li iin- SPENT DELlSCoO '-.-otiruTf fv.R to"'-' Yir .-rgr-WtlOSt two UKt CTS "- pnrrment in Lsion and improvement in' personal appearance. After an expert) INSOMNIA, examination of the eyes, we take into Insomnia, as anvone knows who has consideration the menntiut; that will best ever suffered from it. is no joke. A per harmonizn with the features a well as fectly reputable- doctor, however, refuses the one that will be the most comfarta-j to take ordinary cases seriously. The b'-'. This eve glass Service though 1 sufferer, he savs. doesn't need n nerve rictly high class ?s not Hgh priced. BRATTLEBORO, VT I FIRE and LIFE Insurance Strong, Reliable Companies Sanford A. Daniels Crosby Block, Brattleboro Passenger and Baggage Transfer LOUIS I ALLEN Published Every Etenicg Except Sunday Ta American Building Annex, Main Street, Brattleboro, Vermont. Address All Communication to The Reformer. TERMS OP STJSCRIPTIOK Single Copies Thfe Cent Delivered by Boy One Week .' Eighteen Cents One Month Seventy-five Cent three Months I wo Dollars Six Months Four Dollars One Year .... One Week ... One Month .., Three Months Six Months .. 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Wert Brattleboro, T. I StockwvII. , East Dummerston, M. E. Brown. Putney, M. G Williams. Wcrfane, N. M. Batchelder. West Townshenrt, C. H. Groat. Jamaica, K. . DaKgett. South Londonderry, F. H. Tyler. South Vernon, E. B. Buffum. Hinsdale, N. H.f W. It, Lyman. Greenfield, Mass., Greenfield News Co, Greenfield, Mas... C A. Hays. SATCKDAY. .f ANTAItY 2S. V.V22. Till COTTON CAR. ; Try as an editor may, it is impossible Hot to write about Ilonrv Ford. TW- ;haps Henry is an even better publicity 'nan than he is an inventor, manufae j hirer, scientist, statesman, editor, finan-: , ior and philanthropist. 15e that as it iiny, it is necessary to chronicle the fact ';-,:- 'be flivver king is working, in his jlVhvit research laboratory, on a plan :to make automobiles as he calls them out of cotton. I There are other ingredients in the formula, prominent among them being ' giae and formaldehyde. All of these commend themselves to anyone who has , ever operated one of Henry's celebrated vehicles. Formaldehyde suggests the odor of the species.- and glue the way . :tre put together, and cotton some i il.eir other characteristics. If this be free advertising, let him make the most of it. F.ut the product expected of this novel combination may challenge serious attention one of these days. Lightness is th, word in modern au tomobiles, and Henry is going in for lightness. If he can get the necessary strength, too. out of the stuff he is ex perimenting wih. there may result a car that an abl ild citizen can not only ride ar nid ii with incredible economy but can jiivk up and carry around with him when he gets clown town, , thereby (!-.! 'rous!;, foiling car thieves. The id a is io stamp automobile parts out of this (.; jtion as a house wife s'.ainns out doughnuts. That idea in its,. f j richly suggestive. ur only fear is that he cars, unlike some cook's doughnuts. will be too light. They may have to be ballasted unless il.v are to be fitted with wings. for llight. specialist or even a family doctor. He simply needs common sense. When a patient cannot sleep, what does he usually do? He says the multi plication table or counts sheep jumping over a fence or docs some other fool thing, which may work now and then, but which doesn't do any permanent good because it does not get at the real cause of sleeplessness. This physician suggests a better way. When "you cannot " sleep, he says, em ploy your myid in figuring out why it is that you cannot sleep. Keview your f living, your habits and 'the i- i !., i t v., W rails viiihko meeting Jurauaj air. way in winch your life ,s ordered. You llis.re)Hto1 T'hcy .lU rpceivod may discover, if you think hard enough, ; voto although because of the issue a par tlK't the trouble comes from indigestion, tisan vote. It does not mean that with a eve-strain or some other ailment: and different issue or no issue that many who . ,, . , .. . i-,u, ' .iJ voted against them Monday would con- that this ailment itself ,s directly ; tinue to vote against them. On the con to certain wrong ways of eating or work-. trarVt some of theni have hebJ office with in?, or to .lack of exercise, late hours, credit and no doubt will do so again after bud air improper eveglasses or some , other canst; to remedy. within the sufferer's power The sleenless neriod of one night, thus employed, may lead to a-cure. And if , the patient doesn't really get it figured j lout. ffter all his thinking, there is no ' harm done anvwav ; for the very, process 'of sustained, consecutive thought, being 1 . , . .,, -i iMJmuM--iiivii ami nt-uivius. win 1 ably send him to sleep. ! V TEST OF NEED. I Because many persons who' do not need relief arc taking advantage of the In Training ' ..." ' ; ' : ' . I ' A , ( 1 ! th n one, r ' "I I i TWO- J COMC.SXSVOMAt. , - ' jJL- Mtuation this winter to seek it, a di- operated by the fotim-r employes, if jks r.f .w.tiiv mnkes this sugges- "ble, but if not by others: that sotm- of ion : "Do not give a dune or a nickel to tlie lionmr who asks it at your door or on - rr" - ----- - the street. Either direct him to nearest station for charitable relief, or offer him food from your own kitchen, and see that he eats it. Or offer to take him into the nearest restaurant and buy him a meal, if you are approached on the public thoroughfare. The really hungry man will accent your offer of food gratefully ; the panhandler will re fuse. A dime is not enough to buy a meal for a man who is hungry, but it ia too much to giveto one who is not de- I serving." It is a fair test of genuine need which does not iniply heartlessness. Every dime which goes to help fraud is a dime taken from the needy. Organ recitals as first aid to students undergoing mid-year examinations have been prescribed by the faculty of Dart mouth college. "Music the fiercest grief can charm And fate's severest rage disarm ; Music can soften pain to ease And make despair and madness please." The vital statistics of the village of Rrnttleboro as given in a Phoenix of j 1S72 when the village population num bered but 3,000, show that out of the Tut deaths recorded l. of them were from consumption or tuberculosis. Some strides have been made in the care and treatment of this disease in "0 years. Middlebury college loses a staunch friend and supporter in the death -of A. Ha rton Hepburn, noted financier and author. Mr. - Hepburn, ever a loyal alumnus and for long a trustee of the college, was deeply interested iu its de velopment, his generous gifts of money totaling over a half million dollars. A member of the board of education of Newark, N. .7.. has started a five-day drive. t cover up the bare knees of the feminine contingent of the Newark high school. lie's something of an optimist to limit it to five days. Folks can have ham and eggs once a while now without adding much the mortgage. Have a care, girls! A lip-stick blew up out in Utah and injured eight per sons. So they do freeze up occasionally in that "glorious" California climate ! What the Klection Means. (Rellows Falls Times.) Rut first a few things it does. not mean. !It does not mean that the candidates on the "Citizens' ticket" at the annual Rel- tn" present striKe nas passeo iuio History and is forgotten The outcome of the election Monday means among other things that a majority of the people of Rellows Falls are tired. very tired of having every activity of the village held in the shadow of a prolonged trike. They protest against ;00 or t00 men. manv of them living in another state, holding back everybody and every- thing else. . They grant that these men have a right to strike if they want to, but , cn lill that nnv nthKro wlirw n re willing to work for the 1. 1'. company have a right to work and should be pro tected in the exercise of that right. The outcome means that the majority in , Bellows Falls would like to see the I. P. mills working to capacity once more, ; . By MORRIS that majority, probably a large number are tired of the three daily parades in tin streets of Itellows Falls which to them seem foolish ami a public nuisance; thut violence or threats against mm who are trying to earn tneir living iy nam worn are not countenanced. The outcome means that the majority are looking to the East and are hoping for the dawning of a better day for the old home town, a day when industrial strife will not li:.ver over the community with its blighting effect. It means that the majority will wel come the co-operation of the minority in making Bellows Falls a desirable place in which to reside and make a living for "llehold how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity Octogenarians. (Rutland News.) Exploit. 4 of Yermonters .who have reached ripe old age cannot be beaten by these two, the Rutland News believes. Mrs. M. (J. Moore, vl. who lives with her husband in Plymouth Five Corners, does the housework for two and. since Oct. 1. has completed 11 good-sized braided rugs. According to a Waits River item in the Uarre Times, "the oldest resident of this village. SI years old, has chopped 10 cord of wood this winter so far and expects to chop more.'" No unemployment in either of these places! The Maternity Hill. (Montpelier Argus, i Gov. James Hartness has formally ac cepted the provisions of the Shephard Towner maternity bill, which appropriates a large sum of money for those who will get jobs under 'the measure, but not one cent for mothers or infants.- As the state must match auy money which" is ad vanced by the government, a big stride forward will be made towards that' dollar state tax. Wlutrngham's Prospective Lake. (Greenfield Recorder.) -That artincial lake.-lO miles in length, which will be created by-the building of the great earthen dani, at Wkitingham. Yt., will rather dwnrf a neighboring body of water. -Lake Raponda. Hut Raponda will have one advantage. . It- will be there the year round, whether the season is wet or dry, while the new lake may have, to be liberally drawn uponto keep the Deer field river flowing in proper volume. With $5,000 in money prizes to the wniners of the Texas open golf champ ionship at San Antonio next month, it looks as if golf is breaking into the "big nioni-y ' ' class. - And He Did! J, ( WfcTCH MB VoUlQP rfpS5j ) CASEV VttTH THI3 Protected by George Matthew Adums CLIPPINGS T With New a Comment and Then 4 fYnfv m. Print ton Fuller Twinkles. (With apologies to everybody.) Twinkle, twinkle, little star. On t b window where you are; Tell the world, it trusts you're true, ' That no boozer's hid by you. Rut in the cellar down b16w. Are Rill and Jim and (!us and Joe; And from n keg, 'tis sad but truo. They're drawing out good, strong home brew. So twinkle, twinkle, little star. On the window where you are; The house you guard shall be passed by IJy snooping agents of the "dry." - !And those who put you where you are. .Who once did gather at the bar, I Will quench the thirst they'll never lose, On gold-star-guarded home-made booze. Fuller "Woe. Ezra, noting in the news that Elsie Hill of the National Woman's party, although married to Professor Albert Levitt, re fuses to take his name, says that if he was Albert he should tell Elsie to take it or Levitt. Why, Mrs. Sanders! Mrs. George Sanders who broke her leg recently and was set Saturday. She is doing as well as can be expected. West Herliu item iu Northfield News. Page the Game Varden. Aunt Sarah is positive she heard a golf lynx near the Country club last -Monday night. About the Same 'Round Here. Not much smallpox in Kansas this winter, but there is an itch for office here and there. Jewell Republican. What We'd Do. ' If we'd a lamb like Mary's And he weather as on Monday, We'd, clip its fleece from off its back And make a nice warm undie. Petunia. Mr. IleUner Will Open the Oysters After ' This. ;; : " ; Mrs. Edwin Ilellner of Southbridge while opening oysters found one contain ing six pearls, one r.f them. as large as a kidney beait. A short .-time late Mrs. Ilellner gave birth to a girl. Boston Globe. Git Fer Home, Bruno! Mrs. Artcmus Bruno gave birth to twin daughters yesterday. Mr. Bruno, who is in St. Louis, has been sent for. Penns boro news. Merritt Measles of Paris, -Ark., ought to be something-of . a-catch. - ' The Hardest Part. Ralph Horton wa thrown .from a Kees below zero, would you not oc uis horse last Saturday and fared verv well gruntled if .you ..were asked to take oK until lie strnek I in ronn.l 1 '.niter (bounty Citizen. To Winter. Oh, Winter, in your hours of freeze. Mortals are few whom you doth please; The eoal man -profits from yon r cold And plumbers take away our gold. Plagued by these devils,, 'mortals fling A gladsome welcome, forth to Spring. When dew worms sport upon the lawn And fires are from the furnace gone. . F. Woe. This Reads Lake a Fish Story, Era. - The rummage sale held Tuesday bv the adies was a suoeerr. over $40 being Smni 'A.ir,t fwi. r.r. lad caught jn the fish pond. Waterville, Vt.,.CGnsiaerin- item. . ... - -. 1 In the Pinch Of the Drouth. -.It is -our guess -tiiat folks around this, .have bad since -WOo. wlien MeGann, Gil town have , a might. v hard time. , gettirjjrtjjaUlejud.Dtdvi.nhelil down the any Imoze. Jewell Republican. inner works. . RipplinRhiniQS wait THE KAIN CARRIER.' Wbere'er.I go it starts to rain before I've been there Ions; the water soaks the long parched plain and drowns the human tlixong. The Kansas drouth was once renowned ; I went there to be dry, and presently the state was drowned, and barns went floating by. Old watercourses that had lain for ages dry as dust, became wide rivers in the rain, to everyone's disgust. All bottomless was Kansas land, to husbandmen's despair; Niagaras on every hand. Nyanzas here and there.. So to a country then I went where rain Ls seldom known, whose arid wastes, of wide extent, are drier than a bone. , And to this bright and s-unny clime I brought the word of doom; it's raining, raining all the time, and creeks and rivers boom. 'The big black clouds roll up and melt in rain and splatter me ; I knov;just' how Dad Noah felt when he was out at sea. It's wetter tlian the law allows, the lawns are sobbing seas, the streets are full of swimming cows, and floating cribs and trees. And people weep and wonder why the climate thus lias changod. traditions enrl themselves and die, and records are deranged. I am tin; hoodoo, I'm the gent who brought the change accurst; wherever I may pitch my tent the cloudbursts do their worst. . . Copyright by George Matthew Adami". - : 1 Today's Events J " The first" Canadian - National winter carnival will be opened today at Ottawa. Centenary of the birth of Alexander Mackenzie," famous Canadian Liberal leader. The referendum conducted by the Chamber of Commerce of the United States oif the tariff report is expected to be completed today. A petition for a receivership of the property, funds and records of the Ku Klux Klan is to come up for hearing to day in the superior court at Atlanta. Herbert Hoover, secretary of com merce of the United States, has re quested that the three days beginning today be observed as national child la bor days. A notable wedding in Chicago society todav will be that of Miss Katherine Rlackwei; Field, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Field and niece of Mrs. Honore Falmer, and Mr. Clifford Rod man. In the Day's1 News. The Earl of Lytton, who has been ap pointed governor of Bengal, has an hereditary connection with India, for he was horn at Simla not long after his father, the first Earl of Lytton, had as sumed office as viceroy. He has himself been under-secretary for India since ' 1920. an office in which he has added to : his refutation. Ixrd Lytton. who is 4.", was at Eton when he succeeded to the peerage, and went to Trinity college, Cambridge. His official experience be gan in 1010, when he was made chair man of the royal commission for the Brussels, Rome and Turin exhibitions. In' 1010 he became civil lord of the ad miralty,tand during the World war he served For a time as British commis sioner for propaganda in France, re turning in 1910 to his former office as civil lord of the admiralty. Lord Lyt ton has written a biography of his grandfather. Bulwer Lytton. the famous novelist, poet, orator and statesman. Todiy's Anniversaries. 1T47 King Henry VIII. of England, who is remembered in history chiefly for his numerous mar riages, died. Born in 1401. 1G12 Sir Thomas Bodley. founder of the famous Bodleian library at Oxford, died in London. Born March 2,' l-"4.". 172.J Peter the Great, who founded the Russian empire, died at St. Pe tersburg. Born at Moscow June . 11. 1G72. 1817 A branch of the United; States bank was opened in Cincinnati. 1822 The first newspaper, in Indianap olis, the Gazette, appeared. 1S47 Many lives lost by a boiler ex plosion on the steamboat Tusca ' loosa, near Mobile. 1914 Shelby M. Cullom. United States senator from Illinois, died in Washington; I. C. Rrn in Wavne county, Ky., Nov. 22, : 1820. - . 1920 United States Senator Newberry . " and 12.1 '.others, charged with al . leged election. crimes,. were placed on trial in Grand Rapids. One Year Ago Today. Supreme' council at Faris fixed total indemnity for Germany. IV S. provost marshal at Coblenz is sued order for arrest of G rover Berg doll. . Today's Birthdays. Daniel Willard, president of the Bal timore & Ohio railroad, born at Hart land, Vt., 01 years ago today. Georgo L. Wellington, former United Sta'tes senator from Maryland, born at Cumberland. Md.. 70 years ago today. CharW S. Barrett, head of the na tional farmers' union, born in Pike county, "Ga., fMT years ago today. William V. Allen, former United States senator from Nebraska, born in Madison county, O., 73 years ago today. Marquis of Crewe, vice president of the league of nations union and former lord lieutenant of Ireland, born 64 years ago today. Thoughtlessness. , (Barre Times.) If you were out battling through huge snowdrifts duruig a temperature JO Ue your milieus nuuui -n vi .fw uhi.-. and scratch around in a cold mail box ti rfind a penny or two which some thought less person had dropped fnto the box for lostago on an unstamped Tetter? We imagine that nearly all of us would con sider it an imiiosition and would protest loudly, inasmuch as it is not a part of the duties of mail carriers to d so. A pro test by a cwresiMindent in the "R. 1-'. 1. News" concerning that abuse comes with timely force just now. Shall we continue to be as thoughtless about the matter? Or shall we provide ourselves with a rea sonably large supply of stamps so that we can attaeh one to each letter, we mail, ',,u,s saying the rural mail carrier a great t,n.cc,n.ren'n?e ml " sm;U a'110"'1 of suffering i . 1 his is something worth New York - baseball fans declare that in k'nlli Vi-iiji.h 1"?anerrft nrl tlroh the i;ar,a hSvt the stroti .rest infield fhev rteson rv"JC LITTLE BENNY'S TOTE BOOK X Lee The Park Ave. News. Weather. Fair in spots. Sr)oarts. Last Satidday Benny Potts, Puds Simkins and Leroy Shooster wawked erround looking up in the air and yelling Hay get off the roof, mak ing everybody look up in vane. Sissiety. Miss I.oretter Mincer rhas stopped taking singing lcssins, and some poeple think it would be still more use fill of .her if she stopped singing oven without lessins. Pome by Skinny Martin. S'.-ltishniss Id like to be a sharp shooter With a gun behind a tree, lut Id certeny pet mad at enybody That took a shot at me. Things You Awt to Know. Crickits ake their noie with their wings in sted of their voice, oily the other inseeks rolerIy dont know that, showing the value of education. . Bogs washed. Rates according to size and disposition. The Ed Werniek and '.ew Davis Dog Washable Dog Co. (Av vertizement.) Lost and Found. Nuthing. Motor Troubles Lack of Original Power and Pep. Use of an excessive amount of gas and oil. Spark Plugs " continually fouled. Is choppy especially when idling. Oil in crank case thinned with gas. New and expensive rings bring no results. CURE REGRINDING tAOJ r Cylinder Regrinding a . Specialty. Scored Cylinders".-Filled. Cracked Water Jackets Repaired. Oxy-Acctylene Welding General Machine Work. Automobile Overhauling. Tel. 543-W STRAND & HERRICK Williams St. and Western Ave. Shipwrecks on land too Our Life Income plan will . keep you afloat and take you safely through the worst storm. It pays you a comfortable income whenever you are unable to work on account of illness or accidental injury. If you die prematurely, it provides for your family. If you live, it .pays you an income for life beginning at Kge 65. - Inquire for cost at your age. Connecticut General Life Insurance Company - of Hartford . ,. Brittan-Howe Insurance Agency Witdor Building . RrafUehoro. VI. SCh - 1 ft I UJi M l1-