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TITE BRATTLEBORO DAILY H Kl'OKMER. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 107 1922.
v Til Ski iply h rX-e MASTIN'S VITAMON TABLETS sj a3 Economical - Results Qfcick V. 1 Of what use are fin fea tures with an ugly, mottled skin, tlzh by flesh, r.unlten chee!:, pouches under the eyes, or a careworn, sickly -lool-inj face 1 RUTLAND WANTS DRY MILK FACTORY Few mpn there nr novr wlia can not astonishingly add to t'nir energy, fin.i vigor, ol.-.ir the iskta of erup tions and enj;y that splendid dr:n fesh '-ixpi" of a woll-birUt body. Kinee ' Science wrested from N'atnre those mysterious life-giving, heaitfc building clc-mcnfs the vitaminrs thousands upoa thousands can te'l you of tbo amazing and almost n)i!g!e-!ifcf results from tbclr use. MARTIN'S VITAMO.V TABLETS contain not only yeast vitii mines, but oil three of the precious vitanuines A, Ji and C specially concentrated and combined with true or:anic iron and the necessary lime tails '.vhirh your system needs to keip you btron? and wpII. If you want to rpfkly clear your stin aad corn plosion, put soiio firm L'-althy tlesh a yonr bom9. Increase your nerve force and power and lock r.nd fel far b' tter, make this simp!" test: First wciah your.s!f ;nd meas ure yourprff. Next. i:iki MASTI.VS J VITAMON TABLETS two tablets with every meal. Then weigh and I ? week measure yourself r.ga::i en en end continue taking I.IASTI'VS VITAMON TABLKTS regularly v:U:l you are satisfied with your pain in v.c'.gtt, "pep," energy aud improved appearance. Insist upon the Oilinal e3 Genuine Vi-tinoa t Boston Content Wants to I'se Surplus Milk In Vermont Has Fac tories Elsewhere. RUTLAND, Feb. 10. Fifty milk pro ducers of Rutland and vicinity, meeting at the Hotel Berwick yesterday afternoon, voted favorably on the proposition to es tablish a factory for the manufacture of powdered milk in thin city and finpointed I the following committee to investigate the ! feasibility of the scheme and report at a j later meeting N. K. Chaffee, .1. 1). Bill jing and V.. J. Fox .f Rutland; A. F. Hammond of Mount Holly; A. IS. Adams ;of Shrewsbury; A. It. Weeks of Flarcn J don; Frank Burditt of West Rutland. Henry II. Adams, president of tlie I Commonwealth lry Milk ussoeiation of i Boston, v.-hich i.; seeking to establish a plant in Rutland, addressing the meet ing relative to the project, stated that his .association controls tin; rights to nianu ; fact u re jvowdorod milk by the Floisher .spray dryer process in New England. lie J told the producers that there was a great demand for powdered milk f;.r export and that he could immediately close contracts for the; output of a treat, many years. The proposition outlined by .Mr. Adams li for the installation of a plant in each I zone in which there are I,tMK cows, the .plan Iieins to use surplus milk only, not diverting from the present channels of me miiK mine. i no capacity ot the pro posed plant i rU.0(K) pounds of milk a day and it is figured that an average production of 10 pounds of surplus milk from each cow would just Jill this quota. If the scheme is carried out, a $ltMMK plant will be erected and Mr. Adams is desirous of building the first one in Rut Iand. Ho said that one is now under the process of construction in Maine, to be completed within IK) days, and nearly enough stock has been sold in New Hampshire for the first one in that state. It is the intention to have one in each state before installing additional build ings, in the several states. Such a company formed bore could and should, according to Mr. Adams, guaran tee the producer a minimum of six cents a quart for :!.."" milk with an increase in the price for higher butterfat. : The W. L. Fleishcr Co. of Now York, the inventor of the milk powdering pin cess, has a large laboratory and plant in New York for powdering various fluids and the same principle used in these pro cesses is now applied to jowdering milk. The machiuery for so doing has just been patented ami a miniature plant has been erected which will be sent to Huston for demonstration purposes. est was paid up to this date. The plain tiff allegw? that ho became the bearer of said-bonds on or about Jan. .'(), l'JJ2. WAC.K CUTS AT INDIAN ORCIIAIH) the ORiciwa .rJ DJWtl Yfe.',T I GENUINE Fully pnamnteed 5a every rc:.pect. At ail good Urui'giii'. SI ES CENTRAL VERMONT KOAI). L. V Wins Seeks to Recover on $11,000 ltonds Past .Maturity. RFTFAND. Feb. 10. Paper in a suit against the Central Vermont Rail way Co., in which the plaintiff seeks to recover damages of $1 .".( M). have been tiled in the olijre of the county clerk. t.eonard !. mg of this citv n-kini tlmt defendant company pav him as the the BOND & SON Established 1872 The Largest Ideal Equipped Exclusive Morticians in Vermont. Facilities and Services V nsurpassed. CHAPEL AND ROOMS in our building Tel. 2tVl W or R BRATTLEBORO, VT. holder of 11 S1.00U bonds of the : liners cited into the case are the Rut jland railroad. l!oton & Maine railroad 'and the Weldjn National bank of St. Al loa ns as trustees. The plaintiff alleges that on Mav 1 JN.i'.i. the defendant company issued I .M.tiUll.iMKl in bonds known as first mort gage gont oonos hearing interest at the rate oi -i per cent. J The loan was secured through tlx j American Ioan and Trust Co. of Roston ur, iru-tees and they in turn held a lien n tne real and leaseh dds, property equipment, rights leaseholds, incomes ami irancnises oi the defendant com pan v ine. non.is were endorsed by the Grand . ariniK railroad Co. -. v.... ,,,,,, iiiiriuugu ine bonds arrived at maturity on May 1. I'rjO, thev nac never been paid although the inter PROFESSION AL CARDS. TnOMAS RICE, M. Office hours: 1-3 and -8 r. American ni. Building. DR. E. L. TRACY. Physician al Sarsteon. 2H Main St. Otf.ce hours: 8 to 9 a. m.t 1 to 3 p. id., : 7 to 8.30 p. ni. Tel. 256. I DR. B. E. WBUTErph5-iciB an-? Screoo I Barber Building, Kooroa 20S and 2'Jt lbmr : j 1-3 and 7-8 p. m Othce tei., 7i7-V , res. 717-R. ; DR. G. B. HUNTER. OWce at resi.i-ece. Wett Erattleboro. Hours: 8 to 9 a. m.; 1 to 2. aud 6.30 to 8 p m. Telephone, 318. v7."jrkAI5EV M. D.,' Pt7ticlaBaodSorKeu. Office. Room 10, ITHery building. Hoars: R JO to 9.W; 1.30 to 3.00; 7 to 8. Office 'rh.jrt 4?j W Residence. ?S Frost, St. "phone. R. C. R. ALB-RICH, M. D " II -.or. 12.30 to 2.3C. 7 to 8. Office 'phone. 65 v" r bouse I6- k ! X ray ork a specialty. I G RrAKDERS05, Surgeon trd PSysicia.n. ' Surgery a specialty. Otf.-t ad residence,! Broolco House. 128 Main St. Hours: After-; noons, 1.30 to 3. evenings. to 8 f-xcrpt Tues days and Fridays. Sunda- by appointive nt i oniy. i none &.o. DR. GRACE W. Bra-NETT," Physician nfi Surgeon. Market Block, Elliot St. Office hours: 8.30 to 9.30 a. pi.; 1.30 to 2.30, and 7 to 8 p. m. Telephone 744-W. DR. H. P. GRlfENETpbysictan nd Sorgeon. Office, Ba"k block. Hours: 1J0 to 3, and 7 to 8 p. m. Residence, 83 Green St. Telephone connection. Morningg end Sundays by ap pointment only, EDWARD" Rj LYKCHril. D. Surgery a ipe cialty. Office, Park Building. 'Phone, 540. Hours, 1 to 4 p. m.; 7 to 9 p. m. Residence, Putney Road. 'Phone. 177. Sundays by ap pointment only. DR. boro. A. I. MILLER, Hooker block, Brattle Office hours: 8 to 9, 1 to 2, 6.30 to 8. W. R. NOYES, M. D., Physiciaa aad Surgeon, Eye, Ear, Ncse and Throat. Glasses fitted. Hrs. 9-12, 10-5. Wed. and Sat. Eve. Am. Bid. DR. HENRY TUCKER. Residence, 12 Grove St.; telephone. 238. Office, Leonard block. Hours: 1.30 toand7to 8. Telephone, 29-W. DR. H. L. WATERKAH. Office, 117 Main St. Over Kuech's store. Hrs. i 1.30-3. 7-8. Tel. 42-W. W. H. LANE, M. D., 117 Main St. Hours: 1 to 3 and 7 to 8. excepJJndjiTa.TVI 785-W. DR. C. U. WHEELER. Osteons. hTffPwitrl." 110 Barber Bldg. Office hours: 10 to 12 and 2 ireatment by appointment. Tel. 219-W. to 4. HASKINS 4 SCHWENK, Attorney and Conn tellorg at Law. B.-attleboro, Vt. DR. G. F. BARBER, Dentlit. Brattleboro, ' Union block. lRA2- BARBER; Attorney t Law, Bar ber Building, Brattleboro. O. B. HUGHES, Lawyer. Telephone 1106-W. 212 Barber Building. BARROWS & CO., Wholeaale and Retail Dealers ia coala of aU kind. Office, 37 Main St., Brattleboro. ' ; BOND & SON, Exclusive Uaaertailaf. Auto- mobile service. Telephone 264-V. THONE 354-W Moran & Roll tie Funeral Directors Automobile Equipment 57 MAIN STREET Brattleboro, Vermont Experience of a MuchLoved Elderly Clergyman F5 EVE REND GRANVILLE PIERCE is widely known and beloved in the ections of Massachusetts embracing Wur wicH, Brant Rock. Marahfield and Orange. The Reverend Pierce sa: "I had been suffering nearly a year from nervous exhaustion, which in its develop ment had seriously affected the nerves of the stomach and bowels. There was a general depression, with irregular heart action. 1 was exceedinciv eonsti Dated. suffered intensely from flatulence, or cas in the stomach, and my appetite had almost deserted me. The doctors did not seem to be able to help me. "Two months spent at the seashore brought an improvement, but when 1 returned to Warwick, in the latter part of August, my trouble soon became as bad as ever. I commenced taking Sanalt early in October. There was an almost immediate improvement. In two weeks I felt decidedly better. The whole tone of the system had improved; appetite waa better and I felt considerably stronger. As an alterative tonic and appetizer, I have never known the equal of Sanalt." Valve Makers and Cotton Mill Workers Will 11 Affected. INDIAN ORCHARD, Feb. 10 A wage reduction of five cents an hour will become effective Monday at the. Chap man Valve Manufacturing Cos plant, ac cording to notices received yesterday in the pay envelopes of more than MHJ em ployes. Willi the exception of the steel foundry, all departments are working a H-hour week schedule. The reduction of .jii.-i) affects the employes on short time and tiro steel foiHnlrymeii lire reduced $2. lo, as tbe:viti'k the regular 4t-hoMr week. Members ot the local machinist's' Vinioii rcl'usc-l to slate what ac) ion would be taken. The Indian Orchard Co., manufactur- j ers of cotton, yarns, ami wsiips. noti fied their employe-through the foreman' ot each department that a .i per cen red in tion in wages will be cffeitive in. all ,dep;ii f moots Mondav. About 'Mat arc emp'oyed at. the mills at present, ami nrei working on a short time schedule. This reduction is jn line witli a general de crease in cotton mills throughout New England. CANADIAN SWINDLES f M'-s ff lti? the stamp of the ! (vinaoian railroad. . MONTPELIER "RANK"1 Th'' ,01'iiri,'d -eek also contained the A,'v,-L, " rubber Mamp of the ba ok when it w.k Get Cash on Forced Checks and Rill of Id.H?.' Apparently Two Men In Deal. , cert died apparently hv the proper bank llogus ofhier payable to Albeit Smith, which man said was las name. Iloth na- the im-i wen- viiiuei.v regular. As he was without money he said it was necessary MONTPELIEtt. Feb. 10. The slick- fo1' ,,,m to ft some until be couhl get est swindle that has been perpetrated in ms eheck cashed. He offered to put up Mnntpelicr for many a long djy has come as security the bill of lading. Finally to light with the return of a check of :Ir- Pierce as a matter of accommodation .$.")""() which beats the stamp of forgerv. i'lentified him at the Capital Savings A most pcrf.-(t bill of lading bearing the ' 'Y'"1 .'' ,!e check for V.".,0 less -70 imprint of a Onanism railroad is now Canadian exchange was cashed netting under invest igstticu to deterniin" posi- j Js-- lively if it is a forgery. Parties concerned j Fierce had a talk with Clark Jili hnve coine to ll mclusion that the son and arranged to have him get the goods on their arrival on Friday. The man went away and did not come back. That was three weeks ago last Tuesday. Thursday the check came back from the Superior bank stamped as forgery and the check and bill of lading will be turned over to a detective agency in an effort to locate the man. As to Mourning. Mamma, when people are in mourn ing, do they wear black nightgowns? Why, no : of course not. Yv'cil, don't they fe?l just as hadly at night as they do in the day-time? of lading like the cluck is spurious. Pub lit it', is .given to the matter because no doubt an attempt will be inad" to work I the deal in t- iiiii- oilier plac;-. Jn far! j tilde is a report that it has been worked in another pljcc s-inee it was success fully , ngn'oer.-d J; it-. 1 wo men seemed t !. ia i I e deal. j On .Jan. 17 a man appeared about noon" at the Sci ! !:(! garage and asked' l.l'iicr licitc, tic owner, nix nit the stor- : age of a Ford tnil. He said he was' coining hi re o do bght trucking. They j arranged to keep the truck on the main ! WOMAN'S IMIAPPV $tirt,00O IF SHE STAVS SI.MiLE. He ILLS MAKE HOME There is no oue.-thjn but wl.ut l. of women -conspire against domestic har mony. The husband cannot -understand .these troubles and the physician finds it. .hard to core them; therefore the over worked wife and mot her continues to drag ar.amd day in and day out with headaches and backaches, fretful and nervous. ( Such women should be guided bv the i. v , ..e . .. .. i i n-io-T- vi woiae'i wnoso letters we are Worcester Woman Oris Conditional quest from Former Love. WORCESTER. Mass.. Feb. 10. -With the condition that she n main sin gle for the rest of her life. Mi-s Elinor. Lerlm, Jl. of '., I Mam street, has been left SMMMMI uiiih'r the terms of the will of Charles A. Hamilton of Chicago, a friend of the P.crlin family for yea'rs and at one time engaged to marry the girl. In addition. Miss P.crlin must take up her residence with Mr. Hamilton's mother if she accepts the bequest. Miss Rerlin sa'd last evening that she has not yet decided whither she will ac cept the money, as the conditions do not appeal to her. She is a native of Texas and for the lust three years has been employed in a local real estate ollice. :ool nitil tlie iii:tn was to li;iv- nf.sx...- iinv time, with a Key if necessarv He Vt r 'V I'ul,l,sm"K this paper. a-Ked if it was required to pav "in rd- . M;'"-v 'E '''em declare that they have been vanre. He was t dd it was not neces- lvst"''ed to health, strength and cmse sarv. lie then said he had a eeitiiicd 'J!wut ';1I'I'1ess by Lydia E. Pinkhanr.s cheek and as l,c was out of monev Lo ! X 'U t;iIlo ompoiitnl itftor L torss arni :ill wanted to know it MiV l'ierce would .V: " " laue.i to Help thei identirv him at the han IK VINO TO SLTTLi; MILK FKJIIT. (iovemor Raxter Offers to Approach Whiting Interests in Ro-ton. ROSTON. Feb. TO Oov. Percival P. Raster of Maine yesterdav suggested in a telegram to Richard Pat toe. managing director of the New England Milk Pro ducers' association, that, he approach the Whiting milk interests in an effort to settle the controversy which brought about a shutting off of milk to the Whit ing people by the association. Mr. Pattee immediately replied that he hail accepted the governor's suggestion. John K. Whiting said that something had come in late in regard to the matter, but that he a id his associates had not been able to crtisidcr it sufficiently it give an answer as to whether or nol Lo also would accept Governor Raxt r's suggestion. STRIKE VOTE IN MANCHESTER. 20,000 Textile Workers fo Quit Work Monday Protest in Wage Cut. MANCHESTER. N. 1 1.. Feb. Ju The members of the united textile workers' locals in Manchester have voted to strike, according to the announcement made last night by the union .'fhVials, following the counting of the ballots by the members of the Manchester textile council. Th" strike will affect nearly 1'O.OUO employes of the Amoskcag ami Stark faills and will take effect next Monday, unless the cor porations and the workers can come to ;i sett lenient. The strike is a protect again-t the action of the mills in attempting to int.-il a .". l-weck and a -if per cent reduction in wages. The proposition to cash the check did not appeal t. Mr. Pierco and then the strang.'r du.i with him and fold him his plans. He said he was bringing his Lous, hold uoods to Montptdier and would st-o-e iheia until be found out if the trucking business which he intond"d to enter would be successful. He said the car contained a Ford truck, a piano, coi-k range ami leasehold furniture val ued at SJ..".!!). He asked where h,- could store the furniture. Mr. Pierce said he would be j.lad to let him have storage room npsfnirs. The man picked out a shady side away from the sun. lie did not want the sun to' strike the piano, lie also measured the stairs to see if the piano could be taken, up the stairs. Tin n be w.inli d to know win-re he could gel-a truckman. The g.mds would be in on I'riday. lb- did not want to use bis own truck a; it was in the car. the win-els were .ff a ud ft Wouid have to be! assembled, and In-cased and bv the time Jt will surely pay women who snfl'er IV . ... such ailments to try it. Advertisement, j Red Label Karo, 2J2-pound cans, 12Ar can Blue Label Karo, 1 2-pound cans, 10 can Domino Golden Syrup, 1 lb. 9 oz. cans, 10 can J. E. BuslmelL 94 Elliot Street ONLY POWERFUL MEDICINE WILL END RHEUMATISM It matters not whether you have bvd agonizing pains from rheumatism for 20 years or distressing twitchings for 120 weeks, Rheuma is strong enough and mighty and jHiwerful oniugli to drive rhenmatio poisons from yonr body and abolish all misery or money back. Ail druggists are authorized to sell Rheuma on a no-oiire-ni -pny basis. It's inexpensive, and after you take the small dose as directed for two days, you should know that at last y..u have obtained a harmless and quick acting remedy that will conquer rheumatism. Rheuma is the one remedy that has banished the agonizing pains of rheuma tic sufferers who thought notions would give relief. Root's Pharmacy will supply you and guarantee money refunded if not satisfactory. Advertisement. Ladies' and Gentlemen's Clothes CLEANED, PRESSED AND ALTERED Satisfaction Guaranteed Prompt Service Rrooka House Rarber Shop iiM""i,utiat. i. Jim KtirOlQIKli won iii tie paying stor ie said. The shipment that was dope h age on the car. was coining from Superior, Ont.. which is north of Duluth. H" produced the bill of lading which appeared to be ia regular form. It con tained three signatures - or three diffcr- M RICKETS! UrW- Cod-liver nil ' T, best thing in the world for rickets. m Scott's Emulsion i i i i- f -wni.diiib ntncsi coa-uver oil, abundant in the vita mines that every rickety child needs. AT ALL DRUG STORES PRICE. J5I.20 and GOc Scott & Bowns, Eloomfield. li. J. ALSO MAKERS OF- riMfil (Tablets cr Granules) for nmriFeT?! l?..-)'f) SAAX ' ' A You better put in your order now for extra copies of The Reformer of Saturday, Feb. 11 It will contain Page of Pictures Taken at the Ski-Jumping Championship ' fl -im"TyT w7'-B?r wrr n rr.n . t a irmt i v HI-- - -n a ..v vt ny-j r f it yIU TtMlf,- mC?&'ir''-Tn i ::: ::: :'.:y' x';. .-A - -::. -5s. :':::-.-.::::: .:... ,::v. : : : -y "-..x. :--:, .' :: '-: ;: ":: . : " : ..v-iw:-:-: :-.;.:. :-x.;': :. -:;-: ::::::s-::. '.'SSXv:?': x:::.;:;:::x :-:-:-::y--; :'- :-? - - :.:.r:::::s::::::':v;Sx.-ii..:::.:-:;::: :':::...'::.:::x':: ::k:";.:.::: . ':-.-:; t.'sAJ. 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