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THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY KKFOUMEU, TUESDAY, JUNE 20, 1922.
1 ". Xxj -1;:' NY$ Zr&e C2 breeze off the ocean Lipton's iced tea, the essence of cool comfort on a hot summer's day. LlPTON' Quality Goes All Way Through Post's Ice . Cream Try It And Be Convinced. Flavors French Vanilla French Pistachio American Vanilla Maple Walnut Chocolate Fresi Fruit Straw berry Lieuion Sherbet Orange Sherbet. Keep Well "Posted" By Beading This Ad. And Keep Well By Eating Post's Ice Cream. Wholesale or Bet ail Deliveries Made Tel. 411-W 75 Elliot Street Let Us Serve You We have everything re quired in sick room sup plies and give special atten tion to our Prescription De partment. Right Prices Right Goods Prompt Service C. F. THOMAS Pharmacist Itronbi l KJ& son I 13 I TYR ATTLEBORO . VT. 8 ; ADVERTISEMENTS. : Feminine Topics FRICASSEE OF SHRIMP To one large can shrimp add a sauce made as follows: One-quarter cup butter, one-quarter cup flour, one-half teaspoon salt and one and one-half cups white stock ; add one minced chalot, slii-ed mushrooms, a pinch of pepper and one tablespoon anchovy essence. Heat without boiling, add the beaten yolks of two eggs and one half cup cream, and finally a teaspoon lemon juice. Serve hot at the table ou thin, crisp slices of toast. You are invited by Bobbins & Cowles ! to come in and see their new wall show i case and its attractive arrangement of tools and other hardware.. It is near the entrance so no extra steps are re quired. A Rlanoe at some of the other cases Avill reveal many things which would be useful in the home. In making or buying sheets, be careful to have them long enough. A bed will never stay neat with sheets that are too short. Pretty tinted photographs in frames and others mounted as desk blotters are among the new things at the News Store. They will he just the thing for a moderately priced gift or souvenir. The frames are neat and artistic. Has any one tried this method of get ting rid of the small red nnts the "mites"? Wring out a sponge in a solu tion of sugar and water, and put it where they are wont to gather ; when filled, plunge in boiling water, then repeat. You doubtless know the high quality of the Britannia shoe carried by Dun ham Brothers. They are cheaper. Five dollar oxfords in kid, gun metal and brown dropped to $4 a pair on June 1", which will be good news to those who need vacation shoes. Their Kverwear hosiery is proving worthy of its name and they are sure the prices are right. Their stock includes all the most wanted silk hosiery shades. To make ginger ale punch, slice five lemons very thin and sprinkle one cup of sugar over them and let stand for half an hour in a warm place. Then pour over them one quart of water and one quart of ginger ale and strain. Serve iu tall glasses of cracked ice. For the housekeeper who has to iron, what a combination an electric flatiron and a 10-inch electric fan would make for a hot day. The fan would keep the ironer cool but would not cool the iron. Neither fan nor iron need be expensive as Ilorton I). "Walker can prove to you if you will call "at his store, the home of electrical appliances. The Wednesday morning special at Donnell & Davis's this week will be a group of hats priced at $2.1)8 each. These hats have been $0, ?7 and $8 and the above price is for tomorrow morn ing only. Plum pudding and fruit cake should be kept at least two weeks before using, as it improves the flavor by giving the fruits time to mellow and permeate the J cane wiiu. lutir ncu uavur. Are you in search of a satisfactory hair net? Try those Miss tJrimn has which cmno in little books of six nets each for T0 cents. New Potatoes : Wash small new po tatoes thoroughly and cook in boiling salted water for about i!0 minutes. Drain and peel. Melt two tablespoons of but ter iu a saucepan, add one tablesrxion lemon juice, one-eighth tablespoon paprika ami a very little grated lemon rind. Add the potatoes and shake gently over the lire until very hot. Sprinkle with a little chopped parsley or cress and serve hot. Try bread and milk for luncheon on the next hot day and note the increased enthusiasm you'll feel for the after noon's work the feeling of physical and mental alertness that comes to those who eat wisely. A bowl of Milk Plant milk is full of nourishment. Sandwich Filling: Three slices of breakfast bacon, fried crisp, add a hard boiled eg? and chop fine, add 2 table spoonfuls of cold baked beans mashed line, add 2 tablespoonf uls salad dressing or mustard vinegar, and mix thoroughly. Don't let another season go by with out getting yourself a kodak. Would you part vith some of the snapshots you havei records of happy times? Add to your collection. H. M. Wood has all sizes of these cameras and the supplies for them. For machine oil stains, rub with lard and leave for several hours; then wash in cold water with soap. PROFESSIONAL. CARDS. THOMAS RICE, M. D. American Building. Office hours: 1-3 and 7-8 p. m. DR. E. L. TRACY, Fhystcian aisd Surgeon, 214 Main St. OlSce hours: 8 to 9 a. nu. 1 to 3 p. mu, 7 to 8.30 p. in. Tel. 256. DR. B. E. WHITE, Physician and Surgeon, Barber Building, Rooms 205 and 206. Honrs: 1 -3 and 7-8 p. m. Office tel., 717-W. reg., 717-R. DR. G. B. HUNTER. Office at residence. West Brattleboro. Hours: 8 to 9 a. nu, 1 to 2, and 6-30 to 8 p. m. Telephone, 319. W. J. KAISE, M. D., Physician and Surgeon. Office, Room 10, Ullery building. Hour: 8.30 to 9.30; 1.30 to 3.00; 7 to 8. Office 'phone 429-W. Residence. 5 Frost St.. 'phone. 429-R. C R. AtDHICH, M. D. Hours: 12J0 to 2.30, 7 to 8. Office 'phone, 165-W; house, 165-R. X-ray work a speci alty. O. R. ANDERSON, Surgeon and Physician. Surgery a specialty. Office and residence. Brooks House, 128 Main St. Hours: After noons, JO to 3, evenings, 7 to 8, except Tues days and Fridays. Sundays by appointment only. 'Phone 2-46. DR. GRACE W. BURNETT, Physician and Surgeon. Market Block, Elliot St. Office hours: 8 JO to 9.30 a. tn. ; 1.30 to 2 JO. and 7 to 8 p. m. Telephone 744-W. - DR. H. P. GREENE, Physician and Surgeon. Office, Bank block. Hours: 130 to 3, and 7 to B p. m. Residence, 83 Green St. Telephone connection. Mornings and Sundays by ap- pointment only. EDWARD R. LYNCH, M. D. Surgery a spe cialty. Office, Park Building. 'Phone, 54a Hours: 1 to 4 p. m., 7 to 9 p. m. Residence, Putney Road. 'Phone, 177. Sundays by ap pointment only; DR. A. L. MILLER, Hooker block, Brattle- Izrn. Office hours: 8 to 9, 1 to i, t.JU to o. W. R. JTOYES, M. D., Physician and Surgeon, Eye, Ear. Wise and Throat. Glasses fitted. Hrs 9-12, 1.30-5. V4, and Sat. Eve. Am. Bldg. DR. HENRY TUCKER. Residence, 12 Crove St.: telephone, 253. Office, Leonard block. Hours: UP to 3, and 7 to 8. Telephone, 29-W. DR. H. L. WATERMAN. Office. 117 Main St. Over Kuech's store. Hrs.: 1.30-3, 7 8. TeT. 42-W. W. H. LANE, M. D., 117 Main St. Hours: 1 to 3 and 7 to 8. except Sundays. Tel. 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. HASEINS & SCHWENK, Attorneys and Coun sellors at Law. Brattleboro, Vt. FRANK E. BARBER, Attorney at Law. Bar ber building, Brattlshoro. O. R. HUGHES, Lawyer. 212 Barber Building. Tclepone 1106-W. BARROWS & CO., Wholesale and Retail Dealers in coals el all kinds. Office, 37 Main St., Brattleboro. HL HAD PAINFUL TIMES Mothers Read This Letter and Statement Which Follows Portland, Indiana. "I was troubled with irregularity and constipation and wouia oiT-en nave uj lie down because of pains. One Sunday my aunt was visiting us and she said her girls took Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege table Compound and got well, so mother said she truessed she would let me try it. It is doing me good ana I praise it highly. You are welcome to use this letter as a testimonial." Stella Newton, R. R. 8, Portland, Indiana. Mothers You should carefully guard your daughter's health. Advise her of the danger which comes from standing around with cold or wet feet, from lifting heavy articles, or overworking. Do not let her overstndy., . . If she complains of headache, pains m back or lower limbs, or if you notice a slowness of thought, nervousness or ir ritability on the part of your daughter, give her careful attention. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- Sound is an excellent medicine for your aughter to take, as it is especially Remember it contains nothing that can injure and can be taken in safety. lllll!M)4tW'ljl!!!! f . '! 1 1 h ' ( !H" 'HI LM Cherry Salad : T'sp the larpc, dark rod cherries, l'it tlie cherries and stuff with chopped pecan nuts. Heap a tiny mound on Crisp lettuce and nerve with inayou iitiLse or boiled dressing. Hopkins, the Florist, rays to tell the Kardetjors that celery plants are all ready for IxMldiiijr out and that lie lins plenty of Rood, sturdy plants on hand. Any needful advice for planting is yours for the asking. Asparagus Tipn with Cheese: Melt 2 tablespoons of butter, add cups of Civoked asparagus tips and heat thor oughly over Ixiiling water. lent 5 eggs until light," add l1, cups of thin cream, pour the mixture over the asparagus. Hoasun with pepper and salt and stir con stantly until thickened. Turn on squares of toasted bread and sprinkle lightly with grated cheese. Why not get a clock at Thompson's and end the indecision over that wedding gift you must choose? The bridal couple must have a obxk eventually, so why not now? You'll see a tine showing of mantel cloeks in the Thompson window this week. Bohemian Salad: Mix together equal parts of shredded raw white cabbage, tender celery and hard boiled eggs and a mixture of chopped hickory and Knglisli walnuts. Mix thoroughly with mayon naise dressing and ftand aside until needed. Steam whole white cabbage leaves until tender, place on ice until thoroughly chilled, arrange on salad dish and fill each leaf with the salad mixture. The equipment of the bathing girl will not be complete without one of those waterproof bathing suit bags at Root's. They are convenient for many other uses, too, and they cost only the very small sum of o0 cents. To open windows easily when they are sticky after painting, brush over the inside of the frames with black lead and thev will slide without the least difficulty. Tn your search for a comfortable cor set, try the V. V,. at J. F. Austin's. lie has a variety of styles so nil figures can be fitted. The College Girl corset is another good one and it does not mean it is a corset for the younger ones only. .You will find here, too, a tine line of the De Bevoise brassieres. crab meat, peeled tomatoes, cut in small piecee, and a handful of shredded let tuce. Moisten with a Russian dressing and serve in lettuce cups. Garnish with aliced stuffed olives. Native strawberries will be in their prime this week and the Abbott grocery is getting some of the very best raised in these parts. The season is a short one, so enjoy them while you may and preserve a few tor next winter s use. tn cooking rolled oats add a lump of butter and the oats will not boil over and will have- a better flavor. The tables of attractive bats all iuui Am ai nail i'i ivt. at nuuiiu A tal son & Hunt's should appeal to the shop- go a long way. In the assortment are and matrons and almost anv color can i... r. 1 - . .11 1,1.. , T . T T - ikt it'll mi u wi-n : uiuch. jiuving neeii them I can say there are some splendid bargains. Keep the hanging plants fresh and moist by putting a small funnel in the basket and filling it with water every morning. Floor paint to be satisfactory, must be durable, and durability is what the manufacturers of the Devoe paints think they have to a high degree in their pre pared floor paints. A wide selection of colors in these paints can be found at Walter Spear's. . Dustless dusters are quickly made by sprinkling hemmed cheeseloth squares with any good furniture oil and rolling tightly over iiisht. The Stebbins Grocery has a new in voice of Wantastiquet, coffee that fitie Havored, medium-priced coffee of which they sell such quantities. Mr. Stebbins says he thinks the flavor of this last lot is "better than ever. Ylicn whipping cream, try adding a teaspoonftil of strained honey instead of sugar. It gives the cream a delightful llavor and causes it to stay firm also. A clear glass vase of graceful shape and generous size for only 11 cents, and an ice water or lemonade pitcher for only 70 cents are bargains at Emerson's this week. The chances are that you will want more than one of the vases be cause of their convenient size. Open all the cellar windows on a nice clear sunshiny day. Give the cellar a thorough airing. The Fairbanks products tire a great help to the housekeeper, especially through warm weather. She can always plan uion being able to have good dough nuts and bread on hand by merely order ing these from her grocer. Kerosene spots may be removed with fuller's earth. Cover the spot with a (hick layer of hot fuller's earth, let re main -1 hours, the;i brush off. ( POLISH SITUATION SHOWS IMPROVEMENT Still Suffering In Devastated Regions of East Austria's Condition Still Serious LONDON", June 20. The general sit uation in Poland has improved consid erably in the past six months ; Austria's economic condition is still extremely se rious, but Czecho-Slovakia has made a wonderful recovery. The above sum marizes the observations of "Walter Ly man Brown, director for Europe of the American relief administration, who lias just returned to London from a trip through central Europe. lie visited Prague, "Warsaw and Vienna. In the two latter cities the A. R. A. will finish its child-feeding in June. The A. It. A. closed down in Czecho-Slovakia in the summer of 1021. The chief problem in Poland from the A. It. A. point of view, Mr. brown said, was the devastated region in the East, complicated by the refugees pouring over (he eastern border from Russia. There is also considerable suffering in the big industrial centers, where the rehabilita tion work is not yet complete. Legis lation has ben passed recently by which 4X),(W)0 children will be fed by the Pol ish government and communes until next October and S00,000 until the following June. Mr. Brown found Austria still in a serious position. For that reason the A. Ii. A. offered to leave $200,000 worth of food to help continue the work after its withdrawal. Legislation making it possible to perpetuate child feeding passed the Austrian parliament May 10. In Czecho-Slovakia from which the A. It. A. withdrew in the summer of last year, Mr. Brown said the problem is entirely different from that in the other countries. Czecho-Slovakia lias made a wonderful recovery. There is plenty of food there. What is needed is educa tion among the parents and the opening of clinics for children. "What pleases us most in the ar rangements for the continuation of our work," Mr. Brown concluded, "is the ab:lutely non-political basis, on which they are being made. The responsibility is being shared equally by all sections of the nations, the central governments co-operating with the local communities. Thus 'through the generosity of the American people in a great emergency, we have been able to make a permanent contribution to the welfare of the com ing generations in central Europe." HINSDALE. N. II. The good things and special dishes served at Hall & Farwell's Sunday night suppers are veil worth watching for. Their menu is announced every Saturday in this paper. Pavlova Salad:- Mix together flaked WESTi IIO VLT Mrs. Mary Snow of North A-lim. Mass., is visiting her brother, Rollie Kussell. O. Ii. Hill of Wilmington has leen spending a few days with his cousin Weston Snow. Augusta Carpenter is much improved in health and Mrs. Harry Elmer who has 1-een caring for her has returned to her home in Marlboro. The high winds June 12 put several telephones out of commission. The tele phones arc repaired after being out of ii ae for nearly a week. The Mountain View cemetery meet ing was held at the school house hall Saturday. June 17. at noon instead of at the cemetery because of the rain. The Ladies Aid society met, Wednes day afternoon June II, with Mrs. J. J. Snow and elected the following ollicers: President Mrs. J. J. Snow, vice presi dent Mrs. William Harris, directors. Mary Il.irtktt, Mrs. Mary Allen ami Mrs. Alta Ouinn, secretary and treasurer Mrs. Gertrude Upton. Enroll for Vacation Readers Sixteen already have been enrolled on the list for vacation readers. Books chosen for tiie contest are as follows: Non-fiction Abbott, Mary Q-'cn of Scotts ; Bassett, Story of I rther: Brearly, Natural Wonders Every Child Should Know : Brewster, Animal Se crets Told: Carson, Poems for Little Men and Women ; Cole, First Aid for Boys; Gilbert. Mare Than Conquerors; G.iss, Life of Grant; Grinnell, When Buffalo Ran; Hardy, Fairy Roaibj to Science-town; Little Ta-wish ; IlJdges, Castle of Zion ; Ilolbrook, Book of Na ture Myths; Finnemore, Japan; Keller, Story of Mv Life; Kipling. Kim; Kirby, Aunt Martha's Corner Cupboard; Ixng, How Animals Talk; Lovejoy. Raphael; Ma bio. Heroes Every Child Should Know; Myths Every Child Should Know; M-adowcraft, Boys Life of Edi son ; Mitchell, Youth of Washington ; Mortey. Butterflies and Bees; Norton, Heart of Oak; Pyle, Tales of Wonder and Magic; Rogers, Trees; Seanlli:i. Han-;, tie Eskimo; Seton, Wood'and Tales; St;rrett. Charm of Fine Man ners ; Theiss. Young Wireless Operator Afloat; Underwood, Wild Brother; Washington. Up from Slavery ; Wheeler, Bov's Najioleon; Horsall, Maid Mar velous; Richards. Florence Nightingale. Fiction. Abbott. Keineth; Aldrich. Story of a Bad Boy ; Bailey, Boys and Girls 'if lonial Days; Hera Stories; Brown, Silver Bear; IJurnett, Sarah Crewe; Burrell. Balligerent Peter; Car ter. Lone Scout: Donnell. Rebecca J Mary; Erving, Jackanapes; Fillmore, Shoemakers Apron: Gilchrist. Kit, - at, and a Few Boys; Heyliger. High Ben ton Worker; Hopkins. The Doers; Hunting. Touchdown and After; John ston. Miss Santa Clnus; Meyer. Little Green Door; Page, Two Little Confed erates; Rankin, Dandelion Cottage; Sawyer. This Way to Christmas; Sulli van. Brother Eskimo; Talor, Real Stuff; Turner. Zodiac Town; Tyler, Twenty-four Unusual Stories; Waller.. Daughter of the Rich; Wiegin, Rebecca of Sunnvbrook Farm; Wyss, Swiss Family Rubinson. an For clear shin and bright eyes Take t I Hint for. Women When food i3 only imperfectly digested, it gives rise to fermentation, clogs the bowels, and renders the blood impure. This results in dull eyes, muddy skin, blotches, pimples and other disfiguring marks. Beccham's Pills act immediately on the stomach, liver and bowels; regu late them and keep them in a vigorous condition. They are mild, harmless and dependable. They . are compounded of remedies of vegetable origin havm great medicinal value. rf O Sold everywhere in boxes lOc12 pilh 25c 40 pills SOc90 pills Warm Weather Comfort i Sfi if V? F 33 ii unfed r w f wp muT H20t So easily made and so delightfully rclrcsiiing. Your grocer sells Salada in sealed metal packets only. JtirTTaUff til iWfflfflf f rfflVT'-f'j Wednesday Morning Specials Pequot Sheets Table Damask 81x90 All pure linen $1.39 $1.98 . Imported Ginghams Turkish Towels 32-inch Extra large size 49c 39c Ladies' Hose Bed Spreads Black only Extra size 9c $2.75 F. W. KUECH & COMPANY WALL PAPER To make room for. new stock we will give 25 DISCOUNT , on all cash orders this week. We have several small lots that we will sell at less than cost. - WALTER F. SPEAR 43 ELLIOT STREET We Sell Almost Everything" in the Paint Line Window Shades Is It Wise To Have a Travelers Accident Policy Here is the answer In 1921 THE TRAVELERS paid policy holders on ac count of VACATION and WEEK-END trips only OCCUPANTS OF AUTOMOBILES..... $ 814,315.64 SPORTS and RECREATIONS ' 344,881.01 TRAVEL ... ..' .255,553.50 . $1,414,750.15 If you drive an automobile or travel in any other way, 3'ou are not exempt from the hazard of an accident. The safe way is to cover the hazard by an Accident Policy in THE TRAVELERS INSURANCE COMPANY Fred W. Putnam Insurance Agency The Travelers Insurance Company State Agents Phone 54 20 American Bldg. 'CAP" Grandma's Remedies Are Always Best BOND & SOK, Exclusive TJndertakl&f. Auto mobile service. , Teleohooa 264- W. PHONE 354-W Moran & Rolide Funeral Directors Automobile Equipment 57 MAIN STREET Brattlehoro, Vermont ... i-.. r STCBBS ' f fen pi wFfi ; 'I - .. . -UU . vr- vSffr-'' . 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