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THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY REFORMER? WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 201920.
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CHINOOK SALMON
RUNNING AGAIN
Schools of Big Fish Said to Have Been
Seen at Spofford Iake Within
Past Few Days.
According to the Keene, X. II., Sen
tinel a large number of persons have
been to Spofford lake within the past
few days to .see the schools of salmon
that are "running" at the .present time.
HEAD STUFFED FROM
CATARRH OR A COLD
T Says Cream Applied in Nostrils T
Opens Air Passages Right Up. 5
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Instant relief no waiting. lour
dogged nostril.s open right up; -the air
paxsages of your head clear and you can
breathe freely. No more hawking, snuf
fing, blowing, headache, dryness. No
struggling for breath at night; your cold
or catarrn disappears.
Cet a small bottle of Ely's Cream
Halm from your druggist now. Apply a
little of this fragrant, antiseptic, healing
cream in your nostrils. It penetrates
through every air passage of the head,
soothes the inflamed or swollen mucous
membrane and relief comes instantly.
It's just fine. Don't stay stutted-up
with a cold or nasty catarrh. Adv.
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DEMOCRAT
RALLY
Hon. Fred C Martin
of Bennington, Democratic
candidate for Governor;
Hon. Harry W. Witters of
St. Johnsbury, Democratic
candidate for Congress; and.
Hon. James F. Leanty of
Rutland, Democratic candi
date for Attorney General,
will address the people of
Brattleboro and vicinity at
the Auditorium in Brattle
boro Wednesday evening,
October 20, at 8 o'clock.
All voters are cordially
invited, especially the ladies.
JOHN E. GALE
Member Democratic State
Committee for Wind
ham County.
CHRYSANTHEMUM
Here are blossoms
Rich in spice,
From the lands
Of stilts and rice.
Chrysanthemums, they
tell
Your fondest friends
You wish them well.
The fact that these fish have been seen
again this year opens up an interesting
question to anglers. In 101S salmon
were seen in large numbers on the shoals
at the east side of the lake, many of
them being found dead in the shallow
water. One fish was weighed and found
to tip the scales at V.):ii pounds although
hnulv diseased with rungus, mm
larger ones were seen. These salmon are
a western variety known as Chinooks
v,.i ,,.i,;i ,., nf them have been
planted in eastern waters they never
have been known to reproduce tinder
landlocked conditions.
When so man v of these fish were seen
in 15)1$ it ' was claimed by some local
anglers that they were the survivors of
a plantingknown to have been made in
the lake several years previous, and that
having reached the reproductive period
would die as they do on the Pacific
coast after coining in from the ocean to
spawn. The appearance of the salmon
this vear, however, either disproves this
theory or proves that later plantings of
Chinooks not generally known about
have been made. It is a peculiar fact
that so few salmon are caught from
Spofford lake through the spring and
summer. So far as is known only one
or two were taken the past year al
though many anglers trolled for them in
deep water.
. WEST BRATTLEBORO
Fred Wilder began working yesterday
in Stellman & Son's machine shop .
Mr. and Mrs. Harold P. White went
today to P.elmont by automobile. They
will return tomorrow.
dzus of this village was
operated upon yesterday morning in the
Melrose hospital.
Judson Stafford of Greenfield visited
here over the week-end with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. John Stafford.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Covey ami Mr.
mil Mrs. French of Farmington, Conn.,
are visiting among relatives here.
fi-c Jennie M. Chenev returned Mon
day night from a two-weeks' visit in Hus
ton. orcester and l'roviuence, iv. i.
Herbert P.idwell, who had been con
fined to his home several days by illness,
has returned to his work for J. h. Stock
well. Mrs. Fred Wilder, who had been assist
ing temporarily as cook at the Melrose
hospital, finished work there yesterday.
Mrs. May of Elliot street has taken a po
sition there as cook.
The Home Study club met last evening
for a regular meeting in the home of
Mrs. Fred Wilder. Mrs. Herbert II.
Thurber's birthday anniversary was ob
served and she was presented a gift from
the club and a birthday cake. Refresh
ments of sandwiches, cocoa and cake
were served. There were nine members
present and two visitors.
BRATTLEBORO LOCAL
Class No. 14 of the Baptist Bible school
will hold a social and meeting at the home
of Mrs. B. C. Baldwin of Oak drove ave-
Uiue Wednesday evening.
The Windham County Fish & Game
club received a consignment of 15 cans
of steelhead trout fingerlings for plant
ing in est river today. While no great
results have yet been seen from the club's
efforts to Btock est river with this va
riety of trout it is continuing the ef
fort on the advice of expert culturists
who say tnat a numun jema w
tinuous planting is necessary to produce
t o,i;o nro romiested. to brinz sand-
liauivo ' - - " . ' :
wiches and pie to the meeting of the Pro
tective Grange eanesuay evening.
Adv. 197-19S
Harvest day at the Home for the Aged
will be observed Thursday from 10
o'clock to 5 o'clock. Adv.
2t
Dancing, Island Park, Saturday. Adv.
BRATTLEBORO LOCAL
Good Teeth Have
Value
The most successful dental cream that .thorough
ly sterilizes the mouth, is our cleverly named
NO-DE-KAY DENTAL CREAM. This delight
ful, agreeable dental preparation will please you.
Price 26c per tube.
The Park Drug Store
Prescriptions a Specialty
1 8 MAIN STREET 'PHONE 210
Pomona Grange will meet iu West
Halifax tomorrow.
The Crystal Springs Ice company has
bought a pair of matched black horses.
horse, weighing 1.7IM1 pounds, of M. J.
iVtreault of Greenfield, Mass.
Sergt. William Husko, recruiting officer,
has been notified that enlistments may be
received for all branches of the service
from young men between the ages of 17
.Hid ah vears. but voune men of the age
of 17 must obtain in writing the cousent
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The Aristocrat of
Fall Flowers
Now at
Hopkins, The Florist
S org's Wooden -Headed
Actors Coming
Will Appear at the
-Auditorium, Wednesday, October 27
in dramatizations of
RIP VAN WINKLE THE ROSE AND THE RING
(Matinee 3.30) (Evening 8.15)
PRICES
Matinee Adults $1.00 and 75c; Children under 15, 50c
' Evening $1.50, $1.00 and 75c
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ELSIE FERGUSON
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'Lady Rose 's Daughter
From the celebrated novel by Mrs. Humphry Ward with
David Powell and Holmes Herbert
put
The romance of a girl who
love first and told her
smu; critics, "Go hang!
Lived and pictured behind
the scenes that Iiritish nobility
hliows to the world.
See lovely Elsie Ferguson as
a furlielowed belle of 1800; as
a madcap charmer of 1890; as
social rebel, outcast, sweet
heart of today.
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Over lier whole life lay the
shadow of her mother's forbid
den love. Yet in her own
heart burned a rebel love that
no convention could stifle.
She knew the penalty one of
her class must pay. But
A vivid story of blue blood
and red. With sumptuous
staging, exquisite gowns and a
new revelation of Elsie Fergu
son's charm and power as an
actress.
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Mr. C?oodsight Says:
Our government, in examining
men for their fighting forces, find
that nine-tenths- of the men that
are turned down on account of
poor eye-sight would be lit for serv
ice if their eyes had been properly
cared for in their youth.
Vaughan & Burnett
OptcJetri
ists
1 11 Main St
The Honor of the Ranch, a two-part western
Matinee 2.30. Admission: Children 6c; Adults 15c
Evening 7.15 and 8.45. Admission: Children 10c; Adults 20c
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TOMORROW
GLADYS BROCKWELL
IN
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HOUGHTON & SIMONDS1
A Drop in Wholesale Quotations
Has Brought About
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JLowered
rice
THIS IS ONE OF THE LOWER-PRICE OCCASIONS.
Wholesale figures are going down, therefore our
prices to you are made much less.
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This Is the Case in Every1 Department of the Store
Below are listed a few of the many
economic opportunities
All Cotton Goods are Remarked
l. - at Lower Prices
All Outing Flannels are Selling at
One-Third Less Than Early Prices
Our Whole Stock of Bed Blankets and Com
fortables Are Reduced 20
Dress Ginghams
Are Lowered in Price
All Linings and Satteenf are Reduced to a basis of
Today's Wholesale Prices
Our Whole Stock of Knitting Yarns is Now
Selling according to Wholesale Price Today
Scotch Yarn, Shetland Floss, Heavy Knit
ting Yarns Are Now Less in Price
Gossard Corsets Are All Reduced in Price
This Week according to the manufacturers' new
price lift.
Throughout the store you will fi:id lower prices not every
thing is lower; it may be years before things get back to nor
mal; but all through the store are examples of the
New Lower Prices
AND NOW, AS ALWAYS, "YOUR DOLLARS GO FARTHER
AT HOUGHTON & SIMONDS'S
Stores at Brattleboro,. Springfield and Newport, N .H.

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