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THE EVENING CALEDONIAN, THURSPAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1919
PAGE SEVEN Catching Cold? f MINTOL OFTEN PREVENTS PNEUMONIA It is surprising to read in the daily paper3 treatments that our fore fathers and grandmothers used for coughs, colds, catarrh and bronchial affections. It lmpresses the writer with the fact that modem scientific re eearch had not advanccd an iota, when, às a matter of fact, there hàve been wondorftd advanccmcnts in the treatment of ali diseases and con ditions that. bring pn disease. Just bccause grandmother used old-; fashioned mustard, blisters for rclieving colds and congcsted conditions it is no sane reasonwhy we ahould resort to the old antiquated methods when there have béen wonderful jmprovcments and new discoveries of remedies which aro far "morè éffective and less painful to use. SPECIAL NOTICE: A druggist said the other day that a customer carne into his store and inquired- for a mustard plaster and he suggested to the customer tliat they try MINTOL as a more modem treatment for congcsted conditions. The customer . accepted tue druggist's suggestion and in twenty-f our hours the same customer carne into the druggist's store and said, "how long have you handled MINIUL; Ine druggist rephed that he had been handling it for .some little time and the customer frankly stated that he would jievcr use ;a mustard cream .or plaster for colds, coughs or any congested condition again. There are thousands of others who would sày the same as this diruggist's customer did,' if they would only try MINTOL.- If your druggist cannot supply youwe will mail you a jar on receipt of price, 55c, (SOc and $1.25 a jar. THE HOME RELIEF LABORATORIES, MALDEN, MASS. . . For Sale by STILES' DRUG STORE and C. C. BINGHAM ST. JOHNSBURY EAST -. Persian Cookery. Cookery nmong the well-to-do clnss es In Peraiti is.extrnyngnnt -partly. bc cause they .', ore lavishly hospltable, partly becanso ali house- sprvapts ,nre fed from the lenvings of the mnster's tnble. , Tlny clìickens, qualls, plpeons, dpves and yoliiig jmrtridges nre hnnd ed hot, oo thè spit, to each guest. Turtle Unstops Sewer. To open a stopped up sewer pipe, Frank Ward of Richmond, Mo., caught fi email turtle nnd cut a smnll hole in after Its.sliell. Then he tied a string in the hole and stnrted the turtle through ).he sewer pipe. Whenever the turtle itopped a pulì on the string started it .'lawlng its way forward agalri until. ìhe pipe was clear. : Mr.' and Mrs. Charles Wark, Mamie, Cari, and Earl Wark,.' werc at Worcester over Sùnday visiting Mr. and Mrs. Roy Montgomery. The creamery commeneed ' to handlc milk this week. Joc Howe who has been spcnding the summer here with his unclc, Eu gne Shastany, returned to bis home in Chclsea, Mass., last Tuesday. Caid Wark, Lawicnce Grant, Ralph Siastany, Edward Parker, Silas D.on- oghy, attcnded - the state fair at White River Junction last Wednes day. , On Monday evening of last wfcck about 20 of the young fricnds of David Ramage Jr; gave him a sur prise party. A very enjoyable time was had by ali. He and Unc'e James Ramage lcft for Cincinatti, O., Thursday. ' ' ; ' Simon Shastany of Newport is visiting ;his brother, Eugenc Shast any."' Mis3 Beatrice Stewart returned lo hcr home in Cambridge, Mass., Sun day. ; f'orter Pcrlin returned from Little- ton, Mass., Saturday and loft Sundav night for Orono, Me., whcrc he will teach in the University of Maine. Russell Risley has returned from his visit at Hanover, N. H. Mrs. John McGinnis nasscd away a long illness at tho home of hcr daughter, Mrs. Charels Powejl of St. Johnsbury. She leaves tn mourn her loss four sons, George, Sherman J., Bert and Frank also two dawrh- LYNDONVILLE ters, Mrs. Waldo Charles Powcrs. Reed and Mr; Mr. and Mrs. Hardy of North Main Street have closed their home aiul gone to Grecnsboro to remain until Mr. Hardy gets well cnough to work again. Miss Arline Albee of Hardwick is a guest of Carolyn Darling. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. .Olmstead of Mo.wisvillo called on Èrs.' J. F. Web ber, Tuesday. A. J. Corriveau was -a -visitor at White River Junction recenti Mrs. May Watson Léonard of St. Johnsbury was calling on relatives the first of the week. Miss Alice Campbell after spend ine 'her vacatiòn here with hcr par ents.and other relatives has returned to hcr work as nurse in Spnngf.cld, Mass. Mrs. A. J. Corriveau is helping Mrs. Elisila Bigciow in hcr miliinery pailors for a while.' Mrs. Bigelow is iomcwhivt improvcd in health. Mrs. Frank Silsby is visiting in Lunenburg. " " Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Campbell and son, Raymond, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Harry Silsby motored to Springfield, Mass., Tuesday to visit relative and attcnd the Eastern States Exhibition. ; ''mi Chency is Vi.'ùting in Spring field, Mass. J. W. Guild who luis worked for tho Railro;ul Company for 29 years wai in town calling on old friends and acquaintances , the first of the week. , Ethel Little who has been visiting hcr aunt, Mrs. Lena Bell, ànd other relatives has returned to hcr dutics as nurse in Montreal. Mrs. II. E. Jcnkins is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Perley Harris at East Burke. , ' " Mrs. Dora Ferguson returned Sun day from visiting her parents in Everett, Mass. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hale, and Mrs. Sumner Stuart and Ray Flint motored to Burlington Sundày. Dr. and Mrs. A:. A. Cheney and sons, Paul and Jack, visited their son, Dr. Maurice Cheney at Bridgeport, Conn., recently. Mrs. Etta Houghton Gilman of St. Johnsbury was a guest of her sistcr, Miss Annie Houghton Satur day. , . Harris Jenkins is in Springfield for a few days and while there he will attend the fair. The Woman's Auxiliarv of St. Petcr's church will meet with Mrs, Clayton " Libby on Wedncsday af- ternoon, Sept. 17. Mr. anU JÌrs. Jlàrry Sweet of Fitz dale were over Sunday guests of their mother, Mrs. Dora Grànt. Mrs, Albert Montgomery of Roch ester, N. Y., is visiting her mother, EAST CONCORD II. II. White has solj his stock òf troods and rented his store to Norman Hall of Stcwartstown, N. H. Jlr. Hall takes possession next week. Mr. White will move to Mrs. Dora Grant's house for the winter. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Sayers and Mrs. Hubbard Fisher were called to St. Johnsbury last week by the illness of their mother, Mrs. Frank Scace. Dr. Leith of Lancaster, N. H., and Dr.. French of Concord were called here Monday by the illness of Mrs. I). M. Smith. Mrs. .Smith has been ili for the past two wecks and does not gain as her many fricntb wish she mi'ht. Mrs. George list this week. Morrill is on the si-.V Mr. i Mrs. Addie Wehb. Mr. and Mrsi Bert Vance of Lit tleton, N. H., visited at their sistcr's, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Warren's last week. ,;! . '' Miss Francena King ' returned Monday tp JMontpelier where she is attending school at Montpelier Sem inary. Hary, . Fnller -Jr., ,is also attending school there. ' x Lewis E. SmjtH closed a very suc cessful series of, meetings here Sun day evening. H was assisted each evening by the pastor, Rev. Glenn W. Douglas apd Suhday "evening they were assisted by Rev. Mr. Smith, pastor of 1 the Methodist church at Guildhall. There will be no services held here at the church Friday evenipg and. it is hoped that j the interest that has been shown for the past ten days .' will coptinuc and there will be a gobd turnout Friday evening àt 7.30 p. ni.1' Mr. and Mrs. Elery Adair and Eva visited their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Carpenter at Dalton, N. H., Sunday. Among those who attended Lan caster Fair last week were Fred Smith and Marion Morrill, Mr. and Mrs. John Scales and children and Edwin Scales, Lola and Lila Fisher, Alphonse Lavature, Mr. and Mrs. Lem Fisher, Henry .Briggs, Harry Nichols, Mr. and Mrs. John Folsom and Ross Folsom, Mr. and Mrs. Myron Parks, Guy Isham, D. M. Smith and Alphonso Harriman, Clar cnce Sayers, Raymond Briggs, Le- HAS HOT Hi Ali Since Ke Commeneed To 7 1 Me "Fruil-a-tives" 73 Lees Ave., Ottawa, 'j . "Three yéara ago, I began to feel fun-down and'tired, and suffered very much from L'iver and Kidnejjr Troble. Havingheard of "Fruit-a tivès", 1 thought I would try them. The result was surprising. have not had an hour'S' skkness giace I commeneed using "Fruit-a-tiyes" or Fruit Liver Tablcts, and I know now what I haven't known for , a gpod many years the blessing of a healthy body amd clcar thinklng fcfaia" WALTER J. MARRIOTT. BOc. a box, 6 for $2,50, trial size 25c.' , At dealerg or from FRUIT-A-TIVE3 timitod, OQDENSBUBG, N. Y i Ir .. Motor -'GàtSàfety . Right Engiiieeriiig 1 T ih M ri i.i 1 . r i 1,1 .: f : li ép.ends on. A study of the cmi3S óf mover Gir raishaps will show that in nine casa out of lai they ere a:: :nuch the fault of the car as of the driver. When it corneo te -he afety of a. man and his family, Packard Engineering :cr-zr compromises with chance. greatest possìbic vili not heio r. man. VEN i( e very onc of tfie 6,000,000 rrotor car drivers in this countrywerea.lvay3 fui and thoutfhtfu! there would accidents. The if his car fails. Safety is the first1 and foremost . coasideration ili Packard engineering There is a sound, prac ficai engineering reason for every factor of safety in the Packard car. Consider the security aftordcd by the high reserve power of the Packard Twin - Sì.x the stored- up energy which responds instandy inan emergency, bxit costs "nóthing when. it is not in use. The Packard is the safest car in the nandle in traffic. From less tlian two hour oh high, it will pick up in a few blocl worid to jniles an to more thàn armile a minute. It'e perfect baiance "oAsk the M.at if? case of control makes it rtop or start withput enprk Just as the Packard engine is built lo deiiver more power tban ..ordinary necds cali for, the Packard car is built to withstand more than ordinary strain. Yet the Packard rcguires no more power to run than many cars which com promise with strength to secure lightnecp ? Its weight is 'scientifi'cally adjustcd to its power. It ctays on the road when Hgh ter cars show a tendency to leave it. f To the man who has any regard at ajl for Jfrim seJf or his family, Packard safety is priccless. t The Packard people are transportation exerts; they bave more to teli you on this subject than any othcr.organhation in the world. Jou can ask thein to discuss your car problem vithout obli gation.. Itjs to your interest and pront to do so. ho MOTOR1 GAR One" COMPANY, Detroit 17-19 -Contrai Street GOOD ROADS " COOD DMDEND. Why should the cilizens cf olhcf tiotei draio ittlere.it on the tojad banda cf yovr Slate? Buy iheni. Kcep f 'iem in the Siala and cash tn onthcbondsajwclla&onllieroadi. , '3 1 "-.T - t 'is- S il v m ,. wis Stockwell and George Higgins. ..Mr. and Mrs. James Hartshorn and Mildred with Guy Isham , as chauffeur took an alito trip to New port Sùnday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Hartshorn. John Folsom and Fred Itogers were in Berlin, N. II., the first of the week on business. J. C, Warren has sold his wprk horscs to Will and James Adair. Paul Lewis has returned to : his home' at Guildhall. Mrs. Léonard Isham was a .busi ness visitor in St. Johnsbury i. one day last week. , Mr. and Mrs. George Bortwéll vis ited relatives in Windsor last week. Cook Robert Grant of Co. K 5th U. S. cavalry who has bce:i stat'on ed at Fort Bliss, El Paso, xexàs for nearly two ycars -is visiting relatives here on a -80 days' furlough. The Fitzdale Paper Co. have bought the mill privilege here and will erect a saw mill here at once. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Smith and son, Dan, and Sheldon Smith ; of New York were at their parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Smith's Sunday. Mrs. Hubbard Fisher entertained over the week end her aunts, Mrs. Poland and Mrs. Ricker from Jeffer son, N. H. ' Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Page of St. Johnsbury were Sunday visitors of Mr.. and Mrs. Lem Fisher. ' , Mrs. Nelson Whitney and Miss Shoote of Manchester, N. H., who h:,ve been visiting Mrs. Dora Grant for the past few days have returned to their home. The Misses Lila and Lola Fisher go Wednesday to Washington, D.' C, where they will attend school. 1 KEEP THESE DONT'S IN MINU WHEN MAK1NG VINEGAI! Don't put the freshly prcssed juice i-iin old vlncgar ke'i'5 or barrels without thoroughly clìvnsing and se 'd rj, But if, Inwever, the barici.-; 1 :ive a protective coatiii' of ros ili 'and paraIn on the inside, do aiot scald, J oi hot watui will remove itho )ati ;. Old barrels with vinegar hi Ihtiii (i- the addi idi of vuiegac di-i-(;ctly to the fi-csh tluit will pievent li from ever makin: vinegar. Don't add "mother" to freshly pressed juice. It wilf sppil the juice for vinegar making. Add turface "mother" only after alcoholic ter mentation (bubbling) has ceased.' Don't add old "mother" 'from the bottom of an old vinegar barici. Add only "mother" from the surface and good strong vinegar. i t Don't put in a cold celiar. F er mcntation either will be entircly re vented or will be very slow, some times continuine for two years. : : Don't store in full barrels and ex pect it to 'make Vinegar. Barrels and kegs should be' nlled half full nd laid on sides. Holcs should be bored in each head just above the juice and thè bung left.open to give circu lation of air. Cover holes with cloth to keep incets away. Don't put in too warm a place or .exposé to sunlight in summer to hns tcn fermentation, It may prevent. it. The best temperature is betweeni SO ttc.grees and !)0 degrees F. Don't, after adding vinegar, expose to bright light. If may prevent acetic acid bacteria from growing. r. Don't, after vinegar is made. lopT', it exposed to the air. The acid vili graduajly disappear and. it will "tura to water."' - VA Don't, if unsuccessful, think your "celiar won't make -. good vinegar".' Eithei? the fruit f , did not contain enough, sugai;, or you, unconsciously, perhaps, failed tò ifollow some'im portant ttép in the directions: Eten in vinegar making "practice makes perfect." ... 4 ; When the Caledònia Coùn ty Fair:is pbstponed it Will .tc'anbóuriced in the Evfenihg Caledoriian first. ' Yòtt 'don't havé to worry àboùt gettinp the péws' first and right if you read -the Caledonian. The faiivis, not postponed. It will be held at the old stand on Sept. 23, 24 ànd 25. And we are ali going to te there. Loyalty Is First Demand. Business presents unfoìcl opportnni tles, jtnagnl.flcent possibllities i but ,the only man who ever succeeds for him eelf or deserves promotion from any one else is the man who is loynL w- 1 ' 1 ' 1 ' ' ' ' T T ' : "i " vv'.w' " .