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THE BRATTLEBORO DAII.V OimEUT " THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 0. 1922.
THE HORRORS OF DIGESTION Relieved By "Froil-a-liYSS" The Famous Fruir Medicine Indigestion, Vv'cak Digestion or partial digestion of food, is cno of the most serious of jresent-day complaints. Those who 'suffer with Indigestion, almost invariably are troubled, with Rheumatism, Sleeplessness and ex- ccssive Nervousness. . "Fruit-a-tives" will always relieve Indigestion because these tablets strensrthen the stomach muscles, increase the flow of digestive juices and correct Constipation, which usually accompanies Indigestion. 00c a box, G for $2.50, trial size 25c. At dealers or from ITUTIT-A-TIVKS Lirnitc-1, OGDENSIUJRfi. N.Y. advertisements. -1 Feminine Topics storm for. have been foreseen and provided Cranberry Relish: Throe cups cran beiries, three oranges, throe cups brown sugar, three cup raisins, three-fourths cup vinegar. three-fourths teaspoon cloves, throe-fourths teaspoon ' cinnamon. Cut cranberries in halves and wash in strainer, to remove as many seeds as possible. Piain. Add orange pulp and rind, sugar, raisins and vinegar. Cook slowly until thick, about ," minutes. Add spicks and c ok five minutes. I'our in;i t-tHi'ilued Kla-.Ms and seal with par ailin. This makes jdmut six glasses. , EAST DOVER Turner visited over Sur.dav I Putnam attended the teachers' conven-J Joseph Iainanh went to Ixndmlerrv. with relatives in Urattlehoro Itidav niuht, taking a Jond from 'arls-j Mis. doe Cook of West Townshend is boro eity to the play. The Dust of the caring lor Mrs. 1 ranees TVright, who is F.arth. He also made another trip to critaully ill. Londonderry .Sunday, carrying Dr. Ilef-j Mr. anci Mrs. Claude Prouty and dauph llon to see Otis Cummings. t3r, Kveiyn, spent t Is;? week-end at tl. H. There was a rartv at Charles Frost's Pi att "s in' P.ratt h-boi c. .lr. and .Mrs. Ralph icaw r.nd Hazel Mot calf of Prattleboro snent the week crd at Y. ,1. M'tcalt's. Mrs. Wales Adaias of Brattleboro spent the week-i:l with hi r parent, Mr. and Mrs. O. 1). Hale. . Here are four g'iM reasons whv vu should lrink Wantasti.iu.t -ofl'e. lie-, cause it is the !esl vjee value lor t In liionc.v. Ceeause it is made front I he fin est quality oufice Wan. iJceauso the flavor is distiiii tive . and because its pur ity n'.'.il lrcshness insure its i lie- s. The Stebbnn grocery sells it WAKDSBORO. C. IT. Jackson, was ir Townshend Friday. T. 15. Chapman carrying him. Dr. O. '. Ilefflon went to South Ini donderry Sunday, to see Otis Cummings, who is ill. Miss Mildred Porter of P.rattleboro spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. II. Y l'nrter j The A. Z. club will meet Wednesday ' lu raa? eomnf. wanJV."s ". sanies afternoon and evening, Fob h rL A ilham Fiizpatnck with .Mrs. (J. W. Iiriggs. Supper will b" ?"s V'n"V ,u1rnssn,od for the danc- 'Kon-ed f.-..m R tn y, r.'.-i- 11 oe,ng. Relreshments of rake and coffee -r. ... a i. ii i, , lwore served. Leon htocker took a two Mi. and Mis i. II. 1 1. I-orrester. Mr. and horse load from here. Krervone had a Mrs. . Mor.se, and Mrs. W. K. Al- fine time ' " h n at tended the play in South Indon-I , . . (terry last inlay night, Mr. Lamarcho carrying them. I Payne, Miss Fdith Kidder ! Miss Orac ant litis IlifTloii attended tlie teachers ng in P.rattlehofo ,Thur.-.da v and attended the ski meet i Fridn v. Remove the outside leaves of the cauliflower, cut up and cook in boiling salted water. Rub through ;i sieve. Scald one pint of milk with one sliced onion in it: I then remove onion. Melt two lablespoons butter, add three of Hour, then the hot milk, a little at a time, and seasoning, and one cup of the cauliflower puree. These fruit cookies five good: Cream well one-half cup of fat, and add while I eating constantly one cup brown sugar: then add one egg well beaten, one-third enp lin k, one and a half cups rolled oats and same of Hour, one eup raisins, one-half cup chopped nuts, one-half tea sp'ton salt, one half teaspoon soda, one feaspoon 4-innamon, and one of ginger. Drop from tip of spoon on a well ei-eased k - V? ii I lii-ioiis- '"" '"is lien 1.. ii (jump vomesi naiuiiiay. Dr. F. L. Osgood, district denote of pan aiMMit three inches in moderate oven. apart, and bake Til i if i . imiging ninni es ot sou(j -.iiios re i swiftly and easily washed at -ftfe Sparks' laundry. If you are without n latin-dre.-s, rail tliem up and let them demon-' sfrate to you that wash day or the dofal- ! cation of a laumhess need not be the' bug War :t has always seemed. In removing halting threads cut them every few inches and do not pull a very long basting thread out at one time, as ( you are very apt to leave holes in the I goods if you do so. district AO. 1. and Mrs. Oscood of Town shend. visited Vermont Orange Tuesday evening. The third and fourth degrees j were worked on a class, after which ie- freshments of ice-cream, cake, and cof fee were nerved. j There will be a box -social and enter-! tainment with stereoptieou pictures in the! t ow n hall Wednesday evening, Feb. 22. j at S o'clock. Jach woman is reouestedi to carry a cox prepared for two. The proceeds to be used Episcopal church. Lewis Williams, who has been visiting his daughter. Mai got. and son. Arthur. in New York and IMaintiel.t. V. .1 the past two weeks, returned home Tuesday night. Mr. Williams came to Itrattle boro Friday, where he was taken ill anil remained there until Tuesday. Agreed With Hi.-. Lady "Aren't you ashamtc i.. l-eg? You are so ragged that I am aVts-n.l of you myself." Hobo "Yes, it Is kind of a reflection on the generosity of the neighborhood, muut." Ameri can Legion Weekly. Miss Lrda Howe or wee Wilmington spent with her parents, Howe, -ited hi sister, Mrs. d far.t-ly in Newport, the Week. .ir. and Vrs. Hem v Sherman wer j called to l.ratt L boro Friday bv the seri ous ilh i-ss of their datl:htei Mrs. Kath- r tie ri'ce. in ih. Meruonal liosrutal. fol- .ving a s-i ioti.4 operation."- '. a few days this Mr. and .Mrs. I). C Leslie Turner v' W. C. Hslholav. if N. H., tlu- lii-.-t ! h The Only -Way- for the Methodist To Test Tea is to Taste it.- E3f Regrets or a Life Income? As yoa near tae end of your earning period, wil! your lot be that of the prosperous man who made d small annual deposit when young nnd is now cashing the check he will receive every month tor life? Or will yon be one of the poor derelicts who tailed to . look ahead? Write for the Successful man's plan. Connecticut General Life Insurance Company if Hartford Brittan-Howe Insurance Agency The Myrk'e-IIardor theatrical com pany sfeins to win unanimous approval wherever if P'aj . Their roHrtoire i-i made ui of ltroadway successes, Adam ; and Fva. the play which will be given t here Monday evening, having run a solid jenr at a Xew York theatre. This is without doubt the Pest stock company which h.as ever visited lirattleboro. Mat inees Wednesday and Satuidav. there. I know they have line of the mercerized damasks which stand hard wear and tear so well. It is a good time to be' making them up. How about a hot or old drink after the movies tonight? Hall & Fat well serve delicious hot chocolate with an excellent t whipped cream, hot eofleo, ete., and can cfTer you all the usual cold beverages from their soda fountain. Wilder Ruild'ng Eratfleboro. Vt. BOND & SON Established 1872 The Largest Ideal Equipped Exclusive Morticians in Vermont. Facilities and Services Unsurpassed. CHAPEL AND ROOMS in our building Tel. 2fl W or R BRATTLEBORO, VT. -It A moistened newspaper fitted into a dustpan catches all the dirt readily ; when the swooping is completed the newspaper ,-an be folded over simply with the dust within and none is scattered. To hang a skirt on oneself, stand close to a table and place pins around the skirt even with the table top. Remove skirt and measure with tape measure equal distance from pins to bottom of skirt. Molted butter is a very good substi tute for olive oil in salad dressing. Why not take time l,y the forelock and let Miss Putnam at room 14. American building, assist you in making up som. of the new ginghams and other summer materials which are now out? You will ci.ngratulate yourself later if you have s.mio warm weather gowps ready. For your valentine party the P.rattle buo China Store has thoughltfully put in stock a sunnlv of heart -shaned cake 1 cookie cutters and heat -t -shaped I hese assist jci y mounts in several sizes. t!e cookery implements will making your party a success. lit in Roil the clothes line win and it will not then twist always does. it is new- new rope What housekeeper does not take pride in tier dining room? The big Emerson store tan help one to be proud of such a room if they can assist in the selec tion of its f-irniture table, chairs, serv- ....., -.ti ip'iu u, vi until cauill' I - and they have them all in many styles and at many prices. A good sandwich filling may be with cheese- mixed to a smooth with home-made chili sauce. made paste WEST WARDSR0R0. I'.ernard Newell, who is workin? in Brattleboro, spent the week-end at home, j Dorian Robinson, who is working in Guilford, was at his home here for the week-end. 1 Mrs. Merle Putnam. Miss Grace Pavne and Miss Carrie Roberts attended "the teachers' convention in lirattleboro last weeK. Paul Robinson finished his work for the department of agriculture in the exter mination of the gipsy moth and returned home Feb. 0. The Social Circle met with Mrs. W. W. Ilackett at the parsonage Feb. 2. Six members were present. Work was done on fancy articles. Refreshments were served. The next meeting will W held with Mrs. Raymond Kendall Feb. It;. Several arc ill here from what appears to be an epSdemic of influenza. Flovd Robinson, members of Almon Robinson's family. Mr. Reed, the stage driver, and Mrs. Emma Young are anion? the v'ofr. Natural Leaf Green Tea as proving a revelation to tliose who Have been users of Japans, nw TRY IT ; YOU WILL LIKE IT 87c Gillette Razors 87c A' genuine Gillette Razor with 3 double-edged blades for For a change when making bread and butter pudding, sprinkle each slice with dessicated cocoannt. For those who like loc urmt it makes a pleasant variation. When you are ready to stock up on table damask go and see what they have at the F. W. Kuech store. I think von wili find Fenton's big ten-day sale is over and the odds and ends left in all lines have been assembled lor a "Clean Sweep" sale beginning Saturday. There will be stdl further reductions and it will continue until all goods have been disposed of. There are overcoats, suits, underwear everything in men's wear. It is almost housoleaning time and as every housekeeper knows the proper tools to work with expedites matters. Robbins & ('owl.s have every kind of brush for this sort of work some new brush ideas. tto, which you may lu.t have seen. What ever the cleaning task, there's a brush to help do it. of jood values at a low price Old nail holes mixture made of may be filh tine sawdust 1 with a and glue. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. THOilAS IlICE, M. O. American n-jildm)?. Office hours: 1-3 and 7-8 p. m. DrTeT LT R ACY," PbyYicUn "a BdSioa." ii Main St. Office hours: 8 to 3 a. it.. 1 to 3 p. m.. to 8.30 p. m. Tel. 256. ttR. B. E. WHITeT Pbysiclaa nd "ornoa. Barber Building, Room 205 and ,."0fe Hour: 1-3 aid 7-8 p. m. Office tel., 727-W.. reg.. 717 -9. DR. G. B. HUNTER. Ort;reTresKi7c.ce7West Brattleboro. Hours: 8 to 9 a. ra.; 1 to 2, nxJ 6.30to 8 p. in Telephone, 318. W. J. KAINE, M. D., PhylcfaiTt;aSortoi Office. R torn 10, Ullery bui!dir.g. Hou': t.X to 9.30; 130 to 3.00; 7 to 8. Office 'ph.tie 4fi W. Residence, 7S Frost, St., 'phone. 42J-B. cTt7"ALDRlCH7 MT IX HiirT" "t'X.10 to 7 to 8. Office 'phone, 165-W; boune, 16-H X-ray work a specialty. G. R. A?rDERSb3f,Surgeon aad ?"by sician Surgery a specialty. Otfic nd residence. Brooks House, 128 Main St. Homa: After noons. 1.30. to 3. evejiiiirfs. ',' to 8. exceot Tue days and Fridays. Sunday by yppointaent only, 'i'hone 2-tA. DR. GRACE W. BtJKIf ETT. Phystcitn Vnd Surgeon. Market Block, Eiliot St Office hours: 8.30 to 9.30 a. m.; 1.30 to 2.30, and 7 to 8 p. tn. Teltphoue "44-'A'. DR. H. pTGREENETpivBician aud Snmeoau OSce. Bank block. Hours: 1J0 to 3, and 7 to 8 p. in. Residence. 83 Green St. Telephone connection. Morning and Sunday by ap- iioimnent only. EDWARD R. LYHCH7KTD. Suraery a ape- eialty. Oftice, Park Building. 'Phone, 540. Hours, l to 4 p. m. ; 7 to ? p. m. Residence, Putney Road. 'Phone, 177. Sunday by ap pointment oniy." DR. a7I1IILLER, Hooker block. Brattle boro. Office hours: 8 to 9, 1 to 2. 6.30 to 8 MMimtSffiSlA It's a magic word for the relief of pain, for when you call for Dengue1 s Baume you get the original -French Baume, and not an "extra profit, made to seH"imitation. sAUME. (ANALCESIQUE.) banishes neuralgia, headache, rheumatic or muscular pain with its warm glow of stim ulated circulation. Keep a tube handy get it at all druggists.' Tho. Leemlni & Co., N. Y Amcr. Aen I'ill the hole with it and leave till dry A Calotte safetv razor for S7 cents is :t bargain the lirattleboro Urng C. oTeis men this week. 'As tiny have lint a limited quantity at this priv it will be well to call soon. lias a safety ra.or ever la-en otTersl at this urice be think not. I The dry film wV.'ch when sfamling may be eiing the oatmeal with forms on oatmeal prevented by cov a little water. Vnnghan & Rurin-tt have had two m re invoice-: of earrings arrive. These p'T-.-ha-es irelu.l.. t!:e latot ideas in jet. jade, j-.r-ari. ftc A :lle t suit every tvp.. eicr have thes, ortiaments been t'liue popular than al the present tim. 3Ii!k which is only a little s-.i -j:t:sf;-.etorily in making P'-iiuohi. :r an fed to . litl you know that you can g. l"vcly gray suede one-strap pump I 'Uiinam Iirotbers tor 'I hese have l on a regu a at only ?r a pair, lar 81 -J shoe, but I e.-aus.- of their ability to buy in large i, r.h it ips this pomp ;. n In- s !d their i f:-ade at this price. A sm.-i 1 1 j onio;- heel makes if just the thing for i.-i-.'-s wear. ei-t n hatpin mn Ing : iraiieries can r that witl.o-it wrin Uling e-:i batk from the ren ght. window th rown and it keeps windows at er the the i a be W. R. I.0YES, M. Physician and Surgeon, F.ye, Ear. Xose and Throat. Glasses fitted. Mrs. 9-12, U'0-5, Wed, and Sat. Eve. Am. Bldg. DR. HEJOV5T TUCKER, Residence, 12 GroVe St.; telephone. 233. Office. Leonard block. Hours: 1.30 to 3, and 7 to 8. Telephone, 29-W. DR. H. I.,-WATERMAN. Office. 117 Main St. Over Kucch's ttore.'Hrt.; ?.30-3. 7-8. Tel. 42-W. W. H. LAME, M. VS., 117 Wain St7lfo79: I to 3 apd 7 to 8, except Sundays. Tel. 78S-VV. P? t,CVG- WKEELER. Osteopathic Physician, 110 Barbea.BlJj?. Office lionrs: 10 to 12 and 2 to 4. Treatment by appointment. ' Tel. 219-W. HASKIUfS 4 SCHWENK, Attorneys and Conn iellorsjtt Law Brattleboro, Vt. DR. G. F. BARBER, Dentist. Union block, lirattleboro. FRANK E. BARBER, Attorney at Law. Bar- ber Building, Brattleboro. O. B. HUCEES, Lawyer. 212 Barber Building. Telephone 1106-W. BARROWS & CO., Wholesale and Retail Dealers In coals cf all kinds. Office, 37 Main St.-, Brattleboro. BOND & SOIT, ExcluslTe TJnaertakiut Auto- ciobile service. Telephone 64-W- PHONE 354-W Moran & Itolide Funeral Directors Automobile Equipment 57 MAIN STREET ' Brattleboro, Vermont Tlv raving of m.-nev involves much se'.L'-d- nial and one 'should make no mist-ike in the investMf; of savings. The I'.ratHei. ,r i Trust Co. is nlwnvs glad to tlvc irivstors the benefit ' f their experi ence if ihey will but make the reouest. Quick Ciaham I trend : Throe cups graham tltior, 1 -up of white flour, .j cup of sugar or molasses. 1 egg. 2 cups of sour milk. H smalt teaspoons of soda, 1 feasp.Hn salt. 1 cup of raisins if desired. Rake one hour. '4- Little Robbie '"Mom, get ine a bag of oeanufs. 1 wanna feed the elephant." Muii. -"No, Robbie; papa is a Icnio crat attd he wouldn't approve of your feeding the Republican partv emblem." II -Uslol- I'osf. DANGERS OF A COI.D. .Mrs. oung has been taken Tudor's to bo cared for while ill. Mrs. 87c of at West fiher- Iasl the WARDSRORO CENTER. The new orchestra rehearsed at Ray mond load's Saturday night. Mr. ard Mrs. Huh I'titnam aiihboro were recent visitors man w atte s. 1-eou StH-ker sp-nt scvrral days week at Wardsboio, helping audit iuh ii accountM. Mrs. Carrie Atwood, who has been working at Merle Rutmua's, has gone to "est Wud.-.boro to care for Mrs. Edgar like. Warren Fletcher of Urattlehoro has been vis-tina his cousin. Mrs. Bidhj I'imo. He returned to his home in lirat tleboro Monday. .Niis. .1. S. t'orser ha, Inniyht of Mrs. oe Kt-HiKni Kthlv of Xewl'ane Iier I da o. ixi this village recently vacated bv Mi-rnntti Wiiite. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Putnam went to Pratt h boro Thursday evenin;'. .Irs. We have a limited supply on hand at this price. When pvosisiiii; -irk wo.den "C !! ii a-k coin in 'ird avoid the white l white eh. 111. pressing nr lint left fn clot lies. ;p i-i;ing m using I'eihfinq ii bave been bothered with cream that wouldn't whip. Try some of the d'Uible heavy cream from the Urat tlehoro Milk I'lant and save your deposit-on. It never fails. It is just the thickness to be delicious in coffee, too. Hratlleborv IN-plw Will lUt Well to Heed Them. Many bad cases of kidney trouble re sult from a cold or chill. Congested kid neys fall behind in filtering the poison laden blood and backache, headache, diz ziness and disordered kidney action fol low. Don't neglect a cold. Use D-mn's Kidney I'ids at the first sign of kidney r-uble. Follow this Rrattlcboro resi dent's example; Mrs. Milo Moon. 201 Elliot St., says: "Doan's Kidney I'ills are a great medi cine. I used them several years ago when I was in a very bad condition with my back anil kidneys, which was due to a bad cold that had settled on my kid-r-eys. I was trouble,-! with a weak and lame back. I also had severe headaches and dizzy spells end my kidney were very weak and irregular in. notion. I heard of Doan's Kidney Rills and got a couple boxes. In a short time they rid mo of the trouble and I have never been Ix.thorod to this day. I am Rbi t n;JV ti...-.l tn ... e t . ..... .i i wi ii in j n .i i - in I'liiius jvnmev 1 His. Price (",0c, at nil dealers. Don't sim ply nsk for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Mrs. Moon had. Foster-Milburn Co., Mfrs., Ruffalo N. Y. Adv. Prunes and apricots make a good com bitiati n for a pie. I'se an equal quan tity of each. Sound advice is free at Daniels's In surance agency." It has no string t' it. Fate holds few hazaids in store for you which may not. be met by one of the" in surance pdicios supp'ied bv this agency. Death, sickness, accident, lire, theft ami You better put in your order now for extra copies of ; Tlie A cornier of Saturday,- Feb. 11 It will contain Page of Pictures Taken at the Ski-Jumping Championship m 'CAP" STUCBS . Sometimes It Ixoks That Way! Protected by George Matthew Adama 15 j- Edwins X' , l IT 1 f '!-:J Ytippie: th SOONER U YOU AN' rVt -BGRslX I T5l ',v. "T-rs -rac & - VIH M.T V TU TCTTCO . ...... wj iii i i . . ; " ,5 r1 .r; " r N.,t V a j l I k t - s - : e -st . . I $ ' - ! i t-.3 t' i I . .nK-r- 1 I IT , I J. w.. II II C