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THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY REFORMER. THURSDAY: NOVEMBER 23, 1022.
Males Perfect . si ' V Without Boiling awny the Flavor Any Time is Jam and Jelly Making Time Try These Recipes: Cranberry Sauce DeLuse (Jellied Cranberries) Pinch or crush each berry of 1 M pounds ripe Cranberries with the finders so Uiat they "pop" or open up. If too hard or green to open in this manner, slit part way with knife, fc'se ripest red berries to , jret finest flavor. Dissolve 6 level cups (2V4 lbs.) su?ar In 2 cups of water. Then add the broken berries. Brinp slowly to a boil and then boil hard one minute. Re move from tire and stir in one hottle (scant cup) of Certo (have it poured out la cup ready to use). Skiin and at ones poor into moulds or glasses. Grape Jelly (From bottled grape juice) Measure 76 level cups (34 lbs.) sugar and 4 cup3 (2 Rs.) juice into large sauce pan, stir, and bring' to a boil. At once add one bottle (scant cup) Certo stirring constantly. Continue to slir and bring agrain to a hard bv-l for one roinuie stir ring continually. Keniove from fire, &kiin and pour quickly. Certo is & pure fruit prod cct and contains no gelatine or preservative. Certo is used by expert andhouse wives every where. Get f bottle Irora your gro cer v h free recipe book or write for extra copies to PeHin Sales Co., Inc., Rochester, N. Y. ; ADVEETISEMEJtTS-i- Feminine Topics A good icing for dark cakes is the old fashioned "vinegar icins?,"inade by beat ing one egg white until stiff, stirring in a tablespoon each of vinegar and corn starch, with a few drops of lemon extract and adding confectioners sugar until cf the right consistency to spread, about one and one-half cups. home-made candy. If you desire to order ahead, telephone Mrs. P. C. Adams, Mrs. C. A. Boyden or Mrs. R. C. Averill. Empty plass talcum powder boxes make excellent salt and pepper shaken for kitchen use. At Simons Shop Unique are some exquisite pieces of imported block glass vases, bowls, comports, etc. The shapes are extremely artistic with their band- ings of gold and one wishes upon sight to : . i . .i- , i own at least one piece oi iuis nanusomc and popular ware. Bacon Sandwiches : Fry slices of bacon and cut into squares. Make corre sponding squares of toast. Make the bacon and toast into sandwiches, dip in a thin batter and fry. Beaten egg and milk can be used for the dip instead of the batter. You'll want nuts' for Thanksgiving and there are some delicious budded Cal ifornia walnuts at the Stebbins grocery, with the phuniM'st and whitest of meats. They have mixed nuts also, plenty of those wonderful cranberries, and some extra fine oranges and grapefruit. ill km Afnt-e vour rrnnherrv sniico tliii wnv For each quart of. cranberries make a syrup of two and two-thirds cups of sugar and two cups of water. When the syrup is made and boiling, add the cran berries, keeping them well under the syrup by pressing down with a plate. Let boil in the syrup for eight minutes only. Made this way the berries keep their shape, but are very soft and tender. Kmbroidr a pair of pillow slips with colored herns to match the hangings of your I'Cfiroom. A lovely Christmas gift, too. These and many other stamped novelties for embroidery are to be found at the ltoyal -Millinery shop. In the trimmed hat department are some new ; models in satin and fur combinations one oi me laiest ideas. Milk is the most efficient of all foods in insuring nn all-round adequacy of the diet. It is important as a source of energy, protein, mineral, elements and vitamines, therefore yonr supply should be pure, wholesome and rich in butter fat. All these qualities are .guaranteed In Milk Plant milk. In making ices, remember not to make them too sweet or they will not freeze properly. You have doubtless seen the interesting window display at the Twin State Co. Does it not tell the story of the conven ience of electricity as n fuel for home cooking and other work? Go in and let them tell you just how much it will cost to make your morning coffee by elec tricity. Convenience is worth something you know. Before waxing your hardwood floors wash them well with soap and water, to remove all dust and dirt. When thor oughly dry, apply wax and polish. Piece after piece of warm outing flan nel is waiting at the IV W. Keuch store to be sold for the making of warm night clothes and other garments. It makes such easy sewing that many prefer to make all the family sleeping clothes, and of course they are cheaper made at home. Stops Itching Peterson's Ointment To the millions of grateful sufferers, who know about the mighty healing power of Peterson's Ointment for old sores, ulcers, piles, sore feet and chaf ing Peterson says, "use it for skin and scalp itch ; it never disappoints." All druggists, 3Te. 60c, $1.00, $2.o0, $3.00. Advertisement. When you return freshly laundered linen to the shelves, place it at the bot tom of the pile. It willr thus have a chance to rest, and the wear of the linens throuhgout will be even. Yes. it is the genuine Stratton's lini ment which the Brooks House pharmacy i selling. They now own the original formula and put it up themselves. Hun dreds of people who always had it on hand formerly are delighted to be able to get it again, for it is unexcelled as an all-round home remedy. Instead of using ribbon for camisole straps, try a strip of narrow insertion. ! binding both edges with fine bias bind ing, using for this some delicate color, if yon Uish. This is more durable than ribbon and launders better. i L3& son i BRATTLEBORO . VT. j M it Apples keep best when stored in boxes, and, if you have same extra fine sieennens, wrap each one in paper; two thicknesses are better than one. School children's eyes should be exam ined. So many children are hampered in their studies by defective sight that parents should ascertain whether glasses are necessary in their family. It would be wise to let Jordan & Son make an examination. Dishes that have contained eggs should always le rinsed in cold water before washing. A ood-looking and good-tasting pound collection of assorted chocolates, bonbons and jelly drops has leen assembled in a neat box. named the Merry-tio-Konnd package and priced only 40 cents. The Brattleboro Drug to. is selling quanti ties of this moderately priced confection cry, because it is- an exceptionally good value. When washing black combs, trays and backs of brushes, rub a little olive oil into them after washing. It will pre vent them from turning gray and streaked. Don't forget to take a basket and visit the Thanksgiving food sale at the Con gregational charel next Tuesdav anv I time between 10 a. m. and 6 p. m. There l .Ml 1. J-l- i . . . . win oe ueueious pies, aougnniits, cookies. u:kes, canned fruits, jellies, flowers and HER AILMENTS ALL GONE NOW Mrs, Sherman Helped by Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg etable Compound Lake. Michigan. ' 'Abont one war en I suffered with irregularities and a weak-' nes3 and at times wa3 f 'There appears to be a general exodtiv after the movies to Hall & Farwell'H fo' iQme sort of refreshment a hot choco late with whipped cream, some tasty drink from the eoda fountain, or a cup of hot coffee. There's a variety. ham and gives a fine flavor. Wipe dry ' before putting in the frying pan. "Did it ever occur to you," said Dan iels, the insurance man, "that the man who believes in insurance but does not ... -! 1 . ., I buy it leave n:s uepenuems in exactly j the same fix a though he hffd not be-' ueeu in ii ui u . il 11 ia a word to the wise. A wholesome and appetizing dish mar be prepared by using a combination of potatoes and rice. Use four medium--sized potatoes to one-half a cun of rice. Boil separately until tender. Mash and season the potatoes, then add the rice and beat 'until smooth and creamy. The very latest thing in foot wear for stormy weather are those Russian and liadio boots at Wagner's for wear on rainy and snowy days. They are made of rubber and also of waterproof cloth and in sizes for both women and children. They slip on right over the shoes with no uucKies or uunons i ooiner. -vn innovation in storm shoes or boots. Maple Sugar Bisque: Beat the yolks of four eggs into one cup of maple sirup, put this mixture on the stove and stir all the time until it thickens. Set away to cool. Beat the whites of four eggs, ndd one pint of ream and the cooked mixture and freeze as ice-cream. To err is human. The shrewdest sometimes slip. Do your business by bank check and when your bank book is balanced and your cancelled checks are returned, you will know just where the money went.- The Brattleboro Trust Co. will be pleased to open an account with you and supply cheek books. A Yorkshire pudding is an excellent addition to a roast leef dinner. Boast the beef on a rack so that the juice will drop into the pan below. Three-quarters of an hour before it is done mix the batter, and pour into the pan under the meat. One pint of milk, two eggs beaten very light, a little salt, one cup of flour, one scant teaspoon of baki - powder. Cut in squares and serve with the roast. I saw at Yaughan & Burnett's thip week some leautiful pieces of the Dutch silver, which is now in such demand Pretty things for the table, such, as bon bon and relish dishes, tea caddies, mar 1 malade jars, etc., and especially lovelv 1 are the console sets of bowl and candle-1 siicks. i'erhaps you saw those in their window. EAST DOVER. Gerald and Eleanor Holland spent sev eral days in West Dover recently. Lula Ilowe spent a few days at Mr. Barber's in Brattleboro this weeit. Mrs. O. C Holland is spending the week with Mrs. M. II. Cheney"" in South Newfane. Laton Snow secured a 150-pound five point buck Friday; C II. Turner a 150-pound four-pointer Saturday. Mrs. Roger Aiken and little son of Brattleboro were guests Sunday of her father, C. II. Turner, and family. A good number from tbis place at tended the game supper and dance 'in Yt'illiamsville last Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Spaulding re turned to their home in Brattleboro Sun day, after spending two weeks at Snow I I Brothers. ' I Mrs. Ralph Yeaw and Hazel Metealf of Brattlelioro visited their parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Metealf, from Friday to Sunday. Mrs. D. M. Willard and son. Ray mond, of Greenfield. Mass.. visited Mrs. Willard's brother, W. D. Ilowe, and sis ter, Marion Howe, Sunday andvAionday. KAWSONVILLE. Minor Rawson of Bristol, Conn., called on friends here recently. Mrs. Minerva Rawson visited in Brat tleboro over the week-end. Mrs. Minnie' Livingston and two chil dren are visiting in Brattleboro. Mrs. Merle Landman and Mentie Kingsbury were the lucky hunters here. Mrs. Grace Ilutinsoii and MrLawson of Littleton Common, Mass., called on friends here recently. Walter Underwood of Holyoke. Mass., was a recent visitor at the home of his mother, Mrs. J. A. Underwood. Mrs. Mary Eddy of Brattleboro was called here by the sudden illness of her mother, Mrs. J. A. Underwood. Mrs. Un derwood is much improved nd w;s able fo return home with Mrs. Eddy for the winter. THE FINEST GREEN TEA M !! Ill WW WH WJ'W 'WiMBWWMIllllWIIIWWMiiWW""M,j produced ii tKe world is g'rown on the mountain slopes of Ceylon and India, These rare - teas specially, blended give to GREEN TEA H371 : a flavor beyond compare - JUST TRY IT. One hundred million fruit cans were r anufactured in San Jose, Calif., this year to take care of the output of forty canneries in that section. 4! PerCent I uteres WITH SAFETY' This bank paid interest at the rate of 4 per cent per year since July 1, 1921, and guarantees the same rate until December 31, 1922. This rate of interest can be paidxby this Bank with safety, to its depositors and safety to the Bank. The strong financial condition of the Bank makes this abso lutely safe. '' Write VLB and we will tell you Interest paid from December 1 . . , , , on deposits made in our Savings bow to safely send ua your money. Department on or before Wednes Taxes paid by the Bank. day, December 6. The Burlington Trust Company BURLINGTON, VERMONT Cream one Cf,j; and a cup ot suar to gether, add the grated rind and juice of one orange, a cup of buttermilk in which a teaspoon of soda and a salt. spoon of salt have leen dissolved, two cups of flour, one cup of raisins, and one cup of "hopped nuts, and you have as good a loaf of "Buttermilk Cake'' as one could isk for. They are glad to meet at the Emerson store those who are "merely lokinjj," md will appreciate- a call from vou - hether you are in the market for furni ure or are merely interested in tit, hav-r-ir no immediate intention to buy. One an add much to their ttore of informa ion by t-uch a viwit. A pood manicure acid is m;id by put tiusr a teaj,mn of lemon juice into a c;i' of ,v;!rm. water. 'I his removes . dai"s, fr'u,i the fillers and rails and loosen ;he cuticle more than can be done by the ise of a sharp instrument. PROFESSIONAL CAKOS. FRANK A. SKOW. Vtolta Teacher. Tel 676-M. 10 Putney Kad DR. W. D.- LAMBERTOTT, Veterinarian. Ofice at Tucker'a Livery Stable. Flat St. Tel. m. THOMAS RICE, M. D. Cutler Block. Olfice hours: 1 to 3 and 7 to 8 p. m. DR. E. L. Tracy, Physician and Surgeon, 214 Main St. Office hours r 8 to 9 a. m., 1 to 3 p. ra- 7 to 8.30 p. m. Tel. 256. BYROS E. WHITE, Physician and Surgeon, Office and Residence, Pentland Block. Hours 7-3 a. m., 12-2 and 6-8 p. m.Phone 717. DR. G. B. HUNTER. Oitice Leonard Block. Residence, West Brattleboro. Hours: 1 to 3 and 7 to 8 p. m. Telephone 318-W Residence, 31-ROffice. W. J. KAINE, M. I)., Physician and Surgeon. Office, Room 10, Ullery building Hours: 8.30 to 9 JO; 1.30 to 3; 7 to 8. Office 'phone 429-VV. Residence. 99 Frost St., 'phone 49-R. C. R. ALDRICH, M. D. Honrs: 12.30 to 2.30, 7 to 8. Office 'phone 165-W; house. 16S-R. X-ray work a specialty. C. R. ANDERSON, Surgeon and Physician. Surgery a specialty. Office and residence, Brooks House, 123 Main St. Hours: After noons, 1.30 to 3, evenings 7 to 8, except Tues days and Fridavs. Sundays by appointment only. 'Phone 246. DR. GRACE W. BURNETT, Physician and Surgeon. Market Block, Elliot St. Ofhce hours: 8.30 to 9.30 a. m.; 1.30 to 2.30. and 7 to S p. m. Telephone 744-W. Electrical treatments give"- DR. H. P. GREENE, Physician and Surgeon. Office, Bank block. Hours: 1J0 to 3, and 7 to 8 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, 540. Hours: 1 to 4 p. in.. 7 to 9 p .m. Residence, Putney Road. 'Phone, 177. Sundays by ap pointment only. DR. A. I. MILLER, Hooker block, Brattle- boro. Office hours 8 to 9, 1 to 2, 6.30 to 8. W. R. NOYES, M. D., Physician and Surgeon, Eye, Ear. Nose and Throat. Glasses fitted. Hrs 9-12, 1J0-S. Wed. and Sat. Eve. Am. Bldg. DR. H. L. WATERMAN. Office, 117 Main St. OverKuech's store. Hrs. 1-30-3, 7-8 Tel. 4J-W. W. H. LANE.'M. D.. 117 Main St. Hours: 1 -j 3 and 7 to 8, except Sundays. Tel. 789-W. DR. C. G. WHEELER Osteopathic Physician, 113 Barber Bldg. Office hoursi 10 to 12 and 2 to 4. Treatment by appointment. Tel.-219-W. HASKINS & SCHWENK, Attorneys and Counsellors at Law. Brattieboro, Vt. FRANK E. BARBER, Attorney at Law. Bar- her building. Brattleboro. O. B. HUGHES, Lawyer. 212 Barber Build , in. Telephone 1106-W. I 'A f S IS ill .1 i i obliged tostayolT my tet. l doctored with our family physician and he finally said he J could not understand I my case, so I decided to try Lydia E. Pink ham a Vegetable Compound. After I had taken the first bottle I could see that I was tettin? better. 1 tooc several bottles cf the Vegetable Compound and used Lydia E. Pinkham's Sanative Wash and I am entirely cured of my ailments. You may publish thi3 letter if you wish." Mrs. Mary Sherman, Route 2, Lake, Mich. There is one fact women should con sider and that is this. Women suffer from irregularities and various forms of weak ness. They try this and that doctor, as well as different medicines. Finally they take Lydia E. Pinkham'8 Compound, and Mrs. Sherman's experience is simply another case showing the merit of this well-known medicine. i If your family physician fails to help you and the same old troubles persist, why isn 't it reasonable to try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetabla Compound? Fairbanks doughnuts, a dozen wrapped n waxed vapor End parked in a neat onrton, sell like hot cakes iust what they were when put up. They keev f-esh a lo'iij time if properly covered Fluffy baking powder biscuit tlire times a v.t-ek. rememVr Tuesdays. Thursdays und Saturdays. Scotch biscuit for afternoon tea Ttub f ounces butter into 8 ounce flour. 3 ounces su-jar, teaspoon bak in? rouder. 1 tablespoon caraway seed 4 (if liked). Heat one eu'jj in 2 tablespoons cream and mix. Turn out on floured b ard. ro'l thin, cut in rounds and bake on greased tin 10 minutes in moderate oven. Just take an inventory of your dutiei as housewife during a single week and see if yon can't invest your energies more profitably to yourself and to your family by sending the entire family washing to the Sparks steam laundry instead of trying to do it yourself. - BARROWS & CO.. Wholesale and Retail Dealers in coals of all kinds. Office, 37 Main : St., Brattleboro. ' BOND & SON, Exclusive Undertaking. Auto " mobile service. Telephone 264-VV. PHONE 354-W Moran & Kohde Funeral Dir&or Automobile Equipment I MEfiTHOLATUM J mclears the nose To shine brass faucets, moisten a cloth and dip in flour and rub briskly. Have you a .suitable roaster for that Thanksgiving firkcy or chicken? lte liiember that they have 'all kinds at the Ilrattleboro China store. Some buy Aluminum, others enamel ware. You'll find a kind and a size to please. A cov ered roaster is the thing. Orange Fudge: One pound of brown susar. enough rich milk to moisten, one tablespoon of butter, grated rind of one orange, one cup of chopped walnut meats. Mix ingredients together, briivr to a boil and boil two minutes. Heat l.r minutes. Pour into buttered pans to ccol. Cut in sixe desired. After taking bread from the oven, do of wrap tightly i- cloth, -- "- do, 'Mit rub the top ot loaves with a little gutter, tip on ede, on your kneading oard, so that all rofsible crust is ex i 'sed to the air for a fw minutes. 7hti remove to conven;.ont plnco and 'et ifiml until thoroughly cold In-fore pur-i;;-: a v. ay in tlf lx. and jou will have i 'dtliciuu.x, tender cruu. f- " """ mmm mm TKAOt ' , . Tn jour search for 'Christ ma greeting! ards, don t forget the tine assortment o be seen at Ilobinson's print shon. hich is up the stairway just north of onnell & lavis'n. n lien maKing drop cakes, use a tea-; '1 von wet in cold water fr dropping! be douh on to the baking dish. ! The art of tinning iron appears t !.'ive oii-i::ated in th- sixteenth centurv tMiplnte was first manufactured in Jrc: Uritain in 1(170. Siik;ng of Thanksgiving reminds nie of all the good things I saw for that dav of feasting at Hayes & I)ines's this morning. Fresh figs, dates and raisins, nuts, oranges and grapefruit, ranber ries, choice celery, etc. and don't for get something in the confectionery line as a finish to a perfect day. If you are to have fried ham fjr breakfast, slice it thin the night before, trim neatly leaving a narrow border of fat. Cover with cold water, to which a tablespoonf ul of brown sugar has been added. This softens and freshens the Kidney and Bladder Troubles Conquered or Money Back For 40 years, Paid Dr. Carey, I have been prescribing my Prescription No. 777 for kidney and bladder sickness and now that I have retired from active practice I have made arrangements with leading druggists to dispense this won derful prescription at a moderate price, on the money back if dissatisfied plan. i.ewart? of kidney disease thousauds j die of it every year who ought to be en I Joying the blessings of life and health. Wutc-h the symptoms. If you have specks floating before the eyes, puffy eyes, clammy feet or nioist palms, back ache or side ache, you ought to get a bottle of Dr. Carey's Prescription No. 777 right away. It has wonderfully benefitted tens of thousands of casea of kidney and blad der troubles and is the medicine you can alwaj-s depend upon. Kesults are guar anteed. NOTE Dr. Daniel G. Carey was n Pffictieing physician for inany years and "is great Prescription, No. 777, aided thousands of sufferers from kidney and bladder troubles. Hereafter you can al- j ways get this effective ' prescription in both lirpiid and tablet form at all re- liable pharmacists the country over. ! Advertisement. A GUARANTEE OF QUALITY Is Your Heart' in the Right Place? "Palpitation" or "fluttering" of the heart and shortness of breath are often thought to be the result of some organic heart trouble, when really these distressing symptoms are cause.d by constipation and indiges tion which inflate the stomach with gas, causing it to crowd the heart out of position and preventing its normal action. SAXALT the Sensible Tonic, gradually and surely overcomes this bad condition of the stomach and bowels, and thus stops the accumula tion of gas in the stomach and intestines, relieving and preventing much so-called "heart trouble." Since it was first prepared by a well-known Xew England physician over 100 years ago, SANALT has been constantly and successfully used by doctors and the public. Don't confuse it with cathartics. SANALT i entirely different a reconstructive tonic compounded from vegetable alteratives, and entirely free from opiates, narcotics, or other harmful drugs. The following letter tells how it helped an elderly clergyman, lfccv. Granville Pierce, of "Warwick, Mass., who writes: "I had born suffering nearly a year from nervous exhaustion, which in it3 de velopment had seriously affected the nerves of the stomach and bowels. There was a peneral depression, with irregular heart action. I was exceedingly constipated, suffered intensely from flatulence, or gas in the stomach, and ruy appetite had almost deserted fne. Two months spent at the seashore brought an improvement, but when I returned to Warwick in the latter part of August, my trouble soon became a3 bad as ever. I commenced taking Sanalt early in October. There was an almost immediate im provement. In two weeks I felt decidedly better. The whole tone of the system had improved; appetite was better and I felt considerably stronger. As an alterative toaic and appetizer, I have never known the equal of Sanalt." i . You can pet SAXALT, or the other famous Winsol products, at ajy drug store. Vct "Winsol preparations are one line of trade-marked proprietary remedies' sold by both V::v-:ol Agents and non-agent druggists.-OToneed to accept substitutes. Any druggist can get Winsol remedies for you through his jobber. NEUROPATHIC DROPS, the great emergency medicine, and CERIZANE BALSAM, for coughs, are two Winsol remedies that should be kept in every home. Ask your druggist about them. B.O. & G.C. WILSON, Inc., BOSTON, MASS. I). O. & G. C. Wilson, Inc., established in 18i5, is conducted on a unique profit-sharing plaa which benefits everybody concerned the Winsol Agent, all non-agent druggists, every Winscl em ployee and the general public. The Winsol Plan the last word in co-operation is responsible for the rapid growth of the Winsol business to a position as one of the largest and most successful drug specialty houses in the country today. -CAP" 8TUBRS Willie Is So Sensitive. ( CrSP. COrAE ' f "DON'T VOU THVNK 1 nAfVEM'T VOO AFRMD 1 CLEAVJ UP FCFU 1 VOUH SUPPCR 1i , j i'sOUR hCTHBR'LU 7 fr" "REAP TOO, wiLUlgfy r fl.rvTSE WORRIED HOur - Fg.Y . V- VOL) lf VCU DONT sf n , U-o Thome, wiluejv. rMr Jn 'I iff m fTftth. .-M waS&v w-voo ui. hnvs: ro ' EXCUSE. VOURTLF, FPO VJtLUE A NO COKE &E.V y r o URt wilue d Protected by George Matthew Adam By Edwin MOTHER t WSVT1NC- FOR MtrA , TOO ncvi vjiuuc. vn sonj?yVI GEE. -Jhj. rAOn1 M y j v mi Brattleboro. Vt 1U II . 1 1 gpV