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THE Bit ATTLEBOl X O DAILY ItEFOItMER. TIIUIISDAY,. FEBRUARY 9. 1922.
STOMACH GAS OFTEN SIGN OF DANGER Jaques' Little Wonder Capsuleo Relieve Serious Indigestion. J. A. Jordan, 95 Second street, Albany, JV. Y., knows what it is to be discouraged an I distressed Ly ftcmacii trouble,- He hixs found, real relief. That others may ' get "th" fame great help lie writes this let ter: . ... Top several weeks I hal been troubled, Vith. loc3;.'of oppotiU; , r.Ti 1 v.-hen I did eat telt very iJislresse 1 r.nd bloated, and was becoming ry ei.se0ura.2red. A friend reeomniend 1 your .Little Wonder Casues, and before retiring at night I look two tapsutes. -and can truthfully fitato that the following morninsr I had :.iy first real desire for breakfast, an 1 from, then on havo experienced none of hiy former trouble." Jaques' J.ittlo Wonder Capsule-" r. r- iu:ek, cure relief lor indi jestion, cypepsia r.r.d on-'-allna. On sale bv Urattleboro Urns Co., 101 Main St.. Iha'tlelioro, Vt : F.. .'. Brown, Uernardston, Mass; J. W. Field, Hins dale, X. Tl; or (iO cents "by mail jiost paid for large pa kae from Jaques Cap mile Co.. Plattboursr, N. Y. Advertise- Red Label Karo, 214-pound cans. 12A- can Blue Label Karo, 1 14-pound cans, 10 can Domino Golden Syrup, 1 lb. 9 oz. cans, 10d can J. E. Bushnell 94 Elliot Street TODAY Princess Theatre Buck Jones , Tlie Vc-tsni Favorite In "To a Finish'' JIMMY SAYO IN- The Golfer Special Two-Keel Comedy Matinee 2.:U Admission: C hild 10. Adult 20c Kveiiine 7 and s.4." Admission: C iii'.d tic. Adult 2 V TOMOUKIIW Betty Compson IN The Law and fin Woman s lory wi.'e will ' that shows how far a I hebv f he JUiitr T?ncM loves. To helo a man. in this ease, ac cused lv another woman! See the thrilling escapades she shared to nrove his itinncenrel Heautii'ut Ketty lumps m in her dainty, dazzling rlory! A I'AKA.MOl'XT IMC TUCK Fi-:ni "The Woman in the Case" The r.iilliant Play by Clyde Fit eh Bucky Behave Comedy lNTi:K A t lON AL NKWS Mor.d oy Tuesu ry Wednesday Douglas Fairbanks is Ih) Three Musketeers ll.ised on the immortal novel hy ."ilevauder Dumas The Crown iwr Triumph of Motion Pictures. More Bread You realize as a good house keeper that Bread is your strongest ally It heads the list as a satisfy ing - food. Every member of the fair.i!y knows just what hits the spot when hunger hits him BREAD. . Golden Sheaf Bread is the- choice'of the discrim-inatlno-' housewife - Quality explains why the route from ... our sales-racks to1 your kitchen is a quick one. the horne-y flavor and rich nourishment" make its liberal use one of the most sensible ways of fighting the high cost of living. Ask your grocer. F.J.FAIRBANKS, T FIRE LOSS M,397,583 Total for Five Years Av erage Annual Loss Given as $879,516 LARGE PROPORTION ARE PREVENTABLE Exposure In Conflagrations Causes Mea liest Loss Defective Chimneys Take I.ar'e Toll Fire. I 'intern Titers Ad vciale Induration In Fire Prevention. NT'W YORK. Kh. ,. During the five years iKlhij: -with tire hisses in Veriii'nit en used the de.-t rnct ion of prop erty valued at the astonishing total of 1..':'.7.."SM. according to figures made public today ly the National Hoard of Fire underwriters, which compiled the statist ies from its actuarial bureau's rec ords. These figures reveal, in a startling way, the prh-e being paid hy the state for pubiie ignorance and oureb-ssiios in hand ling lire hazards. The causes are classified under three headings, of which l'J are designated as "strictly preventable" with n total of 1.."." I.Tr.d. or .i. 4 per cent of the whob; line are lesinr.ted as -partly preveut- di'e." the aggregate being i?l.K.s;.0l., r l-.K. per cent of the complete b'ss. and in addition there are those listed in the "uii- ;nou )" column, which total !?l.17B.N'i-. v ". per cent. The "unknown" losses nay he considered ns hugely preventable ini-e. if determined, they would have Seen distributed am one the other causes. In nnilyzin:: the figures, it is found 'hat while "ciiMi-e," whith means the "fFect of communicated lire:, was respon sible f..r the heaviest less. !."! 7". the nrineipnl specific cause of fire was defec tive ehimnovs anil flues with u toll of "4i'i.tMM. Next in importance, ns causes f lire, were explosions. SIlI,SlO. then vatehes smoking. $2.i.S4!, and then toi-os. furnaces, boilers nnd their pipes, 2"771. The losses during the five year were as follows : Strictly Preventable Causes. Defective chimneys ami flues. .S l:.'?,01 i Fireworks, firecrackers. et fas. natural end aftitie:al P 7.1 sr. StJ.Si.it 'lot Jisiies and coals, open tires tar. 'gintion of hot grease, oil. wax. asphalt, etc latehes Smoking ' pen ligiits PetroU-um and its products ltubbish and Litter Sparks on roofs , . . Steam and hot water oip'-s Stoves, furnaces, boilers their pipes s -2U2 s p. ;.c.t'.7 Hi.:-v,:: 70M r.7.fH"!2 t t . Mid ,::77l Total si.:; ( 'an -is. . . . . S U It. ..I. Partly Preventable "lecf ricitv 117.417 4'sL.SKI Txplosions -v? posr -iiuiKiUViuti ivKluyya. ' l-' ,4 tions) Sparks from machinery Incendiarism Liuhtniiig Miscellaneous known causes . . Sparks from combustion Spontaneous combustion sr..: :-. i.li:' rjl' 1.1 II M 7r.st;i Total . '11k now 11 largely Total . . . . .Sl.VMi.01.1 ably 1.17G.8:J2 causes ( prol preventable i .v l.n!7,."9'5 . Vermont stands bid among all of the 'stales in the amount of loss by fire ami the figures quoted should be increased by ; about per cent to cover 1 .s-es not re , ported to the National JJoard of Fire i underwriters. ! The state's losses during the five years from TJltJ to Ifi'Jtl inclusive averaged .vi!..ll per annum If the t.tal of S4.:7".s: of wasted, nt S;"..0M homes for couhl have lcen used instead it would have built S7I houses apiece (sufficient to furnish 4.-".!." people, or nenrlv the poimlat 'hoi of Springfield), or it wouM have built l.".',)l.' mil'-s of good macadam roads at .HUHM a mile. A study of such figures indicates the need of public education in fire preven tion. If .shouM be realized that proper! v btroyed by fire repeesetits mi utter and irretrievable loss to the ie'.p!c as a j whole, whi'e the inex' toa' t'' toll iii liiinii'n life and sufTerM'.g can hardly be computed. Dr. Howard itlwav.s reeiiniineniled OXIDAZE FOR COCCUS. COLDS Bronchial Asthma Years of stilly and ohservath-n fonv'nred him it would pafelv, quicklv nd surclv pon ba 1 rotiRik, and give ins'snt relief ta Bronchial As'hBi.i. Guaranteed harmless. .Prevention cf Influenza Al THORITIFS acree that its inereil ients are CFIiMKilML ANTISKPTIC. STI.MI LATIVK. The vital o-iaiities to fizht disease . AMRRICAN IHYSIOANS U- 'avf C M-'T h;.vc tl;o-c tHltleti in tiu-ir w.tiht tor ear; r-'-iil'v written es as follows, viz.: . "If-iv 1:t.-te..l a'xMit HO Iut'unia cisrs f..; iowrd tiy severs I Piieuinonias, u itll curative rcsn'ts in c'vcrv rase." "In the , tight or O n yvr, J l ave Icnovrs 'erii I Ik-ivc always ii-lt s;.fc- in any Vncunu iii. -i case." "I am out of Oxi.Iaze and I woH tihe I Cn1 tafilet. f have cured hundreds ft i"--' fi---teicrit-i. '.""' sottn r.s jo?sih!c as I need ti'rrn riK i riiflit away.". , - - 1 have heard "lay from Tr. i . I-r is uni" six to curnt eases caov atio ?1! Uu:i.u !1 fiu'rr the Oxidaze tre.-.tniciit." Here is aftsolue proof from users. Waterbury, Ct. No . asthma, " thtuiks to 'Salem. W. V. fnid it nil you c!a:ri. Kendrick, Cob Am weil pleased with results. Circlerllle, O. More hep i''a" from anything. i .somerset, Mass. if ivs tuii satiiaetiou. ilelrtit, Mirh. It has lie'irlited nit- preatly. ; Worcestpr. Mass. l worth ' thoiisands to ". ("Kene,,,!?. H.- I spent; in b Fcnton, Mirh. I c -t nearl i'e t tirfii.-e of it. instant re!:-. best thini; I've " Ht well. Mich." For astlona I . f l.Mld. I Cincinnati, O. It is a n-widtrful cedicine. -5mPhs-Bas'n. H. Y. O. lihte l wii'u Oxiilae. FechdaJe, Mass. toih gone, gained eight i nounus. Here v ave (I. scientific- onini.'n rf the h.st Al'THORlTIKS OX THKKAPF.l'TK'S, 1! e state-rents of hr-iad-tr. inled, AMERICAN ( PHYSICIAN'S ot larfr? jvtiee ar)( ,!so t',e testi"-on- of t!i- aetoal t.SKRS Ol' OXI D.VK v.-hn tare bought the tablet and tried t'iei ou: fur themselves. i W'at letrr evidence ca:i lie t'ie-ired tr.at l::idaze T;d'et will do all that is claimed ; for then;? Buy a bottle, keen them in the j house and use tbem ai a vreventive whenever mentioned. . . , , - , Signed letttrs nh fde. . Urattleboro flruc Co., vERMON BRATTLEBORO LOCAL The r.ratthboro friends of Mr. ami Mrs. William Duke. jr.. have received news that Mr. Duke is chairman of the code committee of the New York assem bly. Mrs. Duke was Miss lluby Clary, formerly of Urattleboro. The young women of the Congrega tional Sunday school gave a social to the young men of tin school Tuesday night in the chupel. Mr. II. L. Waterman's class of girls staged a humorous one-act play, and this was followed by games and refreshments consisting of hot d g and mustard. "Milo William denkins and Miss Lila Kuth Hardy, -both of the Wet River read, were married nt H o'clock yester day afternoon, at the parsonage of the V'r t liapfist church by Hev. Dr. Clark T. P.rowncil. A single t'uig service was n-ed. Itoth young people came here re eeiil'y f 10111 Kast Uurke. The reirutar monthly mectim f the Mutual Aid association was he'd yester day afterii ie-n "nt the he.idiiiarter on Harris p)c. The s eretary rep irt'd it's. vills for help ' received during Jnnunry, 1 of which Stt were filled. Twelve attend-j inits. six 1x1 pi's at the hospital and two ct the selved were on dutv -IP7 days.; emiiloyed of'il days with II dnys vaei- turn. The maternity nurse reported j.ritii'iits tinder care, find "l calls were made. The district nurse reported -1 I patients under. care, and Isd cabs were. eid The child welfare nurse feprted jiN-l l-.ab'es under care, and .1-4 calls were made. j The first "extra" evei.t in the recrea tion program of the First Methodist clmreh has been announced by Herman Kuhner. director of recreation. This is to be a skating party for nil Metlmdisr iuik people to be he'd on the rink of. the lletrat mead ws next 1 uesdav rv tiiin:. F. K. IJrown of Comrminitv S' r-1 vice has promised to have tie rink re served for the use of the party, pad a huge number of young folks are 11 iw plan ning to participate in the event. Went her permuting, i party win assemuje jr. ine vestibule of the Methodist church Tin . 1 day evening at 7.l. and go to the rini; together. Plans for refreshments hare not yet been completed, but a hot lunch will be served cith"r at the rink or in the church vestry when the young people re turn from the party. If the weather i- bad or the rink fails to be in condition, the party will be jostionel. HARDING STOPS YVApctllp WnT?I V iVIVOIlII WIVIY Construct'on of If Discontinued Orders Will Sae Fxpeuditure OtMl a Mouth. SI11';TmN. Feb. 0. Construction e.ovk on It e.ipital liips was suspfi.dcd esterday ly otdt-r of Seert;iry leiibv under direction of l'resident Harding. The tej v:i laken in ant icnat "10:1 of ratification ot tiie naval limitation treaty wh'-. h rcs!:it"d from the asfiiiitoii eontereeee of the ves- and under which oniv thre Is iavohed will be : pletet as warcraft. The ther 11 will verted ii.t"1 mcri'hai be scrapped or een :t sliips uiidt r the tr. aty pro isions. Secretary Den by acted uftrr .-sisfaat Seiretary lboevelt hail discued with President llardiiii the terms atleetitiir ! 1 he m w ships. Mr. Harding approved the suggest ;on tliMt work le brought to a -taniist i'I imm -ilial e! v on the eignt su P r-dn adtmiuhts aod s'x battle erui-evs WoifW - fr 11 a I action on the treat v. Wi KMiau otures. ijm" ooienr.o o-ei at. ions llr.:s baited have ccisl tt'.rt pov'ri:ment A' "rovii nt lv ." l;cii.ori('i a month. Follow in: rat ihcat ion of the treatv, co' tra-ts for thi new ships will b. ran ...o ,l t'i... ultima' - co-t to ihe oveiu oeiit of this eaneeihit 'on cunm't b b-- termini believe made. d 111 advance, but naval o'l'.eial-t a considerable saving wi!l b" CROWD AT stowt; c AKNIV. Uerlin. X. H., SKI Jumpers Win- rr.mh Man.'-field Frld.ty. ' STnWF. Feb. '.t. Several tla.us.nui winter s-jmrt enthu.-iasts fr n:i u u tlo-ll! Vermont and Nev Hampshire part'ei pnted her-1 yeterd-iv in the first d'.'.-n-eet of the animal four davs" winter cur nival f the Stowc Civic clu! on Skib g gan hill, where the big attractions v.r" it n ice palwef. ski jumping, n 1 'Mt f ot toboggan s!j,le nod n loir loading and hauling contest pa rt ie; pn t ed ia by five teams of 1) men each. A huge Ion ha titer brought visitors frem the railroad sla t ions. Per'in. N. II.. team and men to k f'e ski jumping honors. The Num-en Ski club won titt in the -luh jump. 71 feet ." inches. Da ri mouth was si-eond afid Mont!ier third. "It ng" Anderi'i nu l Sveren Knutscn f perlin v. ere first and secojol respectively in the individual jumping oldest. Herbert Pratt's I'mdi won the coveted honor. in the lo;; loading and hauling c. litest. Kdward Codfrey and Max Straw were winners of. the boys' ski jump ing. Mr. and Mrs. Lmio Hill i f North field gave an exhibition of fancy skating. Today is C range day. i n Friday ono's the Mr. Mansfield hike, and Saturday the Lamoille county school lioys" cnruivol. FORM C!H RCII COLNCII New C;r.';ani;ition in Crecnlield to Hobl Special Meeting. t;i.:Lr:.Fii:LD. lass.. ivi.. p a -;mi-il of f'revnticld cliurches litis been organized, its constitution ami by-l.i.vs adopted and the following officers e'e-ted : President. .I(eili Stevens; v'i ' p -e -'detit Mrs. ,. A. . ook ; secre tary, perloy I. Fay: treasurer. , H. , Hiiiil. Tee executive committee will con sist of th o'Jiccrs ami the chairmen of the standing committee to he named hirer A. specie I meeting will b he'd at the Baptist church at 7.0 the uight of the .'0th. WIUSKLV FATS INK STAINS. 1 . r j .Moonshine Gift Proves Fscful in CletMi--ins-Office Floor. j NKW 1IAVKN. Feb. It . "Moonshine whiskey" th.it removes inl: from hard wwxl tloois was a gift to Fred Kingston, local broker, yesterday. Kingston, while moving into a new office, spilled, a large lottle of black ink ou the new floor. Not having ink-remover convenient, he tried the whiskey, which had been pre sented him. The "whiskey" removed the ink. the stains, ami -bleached a large white snot in the flocr. , Mercerized Goods. Mercerized, cotton is obtained by subjecting a cotton yarn or cloth un der tension to a bath of stronj: caustic soda. The fiber gains in strength and loses its twist, becominz highly lus trous. It takes the dye. more easily than ordinary cotton, ami the ctors produced are better and more perma nent. "The process of utercerization increases the cost of manufacture, but. produces a beautiful, lustrous, and more durable fabric, which is often ued Ski a substitute fr llueu or silk.! 9 . . 7 e 10 ' 5 ll . : ' 2. i . 4 z I3 " - .14- 74. - ?i -n 23 2.8 2. 2b 27 ' .53 33. j 4. r"' 24 4? 45 3 52 7 Tommy Is a jolly Tar; Watches ships when out afar. Draw from one to two and o ou to the erj Ol ST SCHOOL PKINCIPAU Crovliml Atitboritics Do Not Approve WlrppLng of Child. CiiOVLLAND, Mass., Feb. 0 tan ley 1. Laud, chairman of the .school Lard. announced early yesterday, uffer ia long board session, that Lewis Ii. J Coombs, teacher in the Merrimae school, j has been dismissed for the flogging lie 1 inflicted on Constame Peppin, one of lib 1'i'pi's. Friday. Jan. -7. The dismissal iH ,-nreitive Friday, the end of the school week. Coombs has been under suspen- ion. The board believes thai the stories of $5 (X0 - i.'1 ,r" l" g.?ing have net n greatly exag gerated, but thnr the bet iutents of the school require u snnssa! of the te.'iclier. 3 -Miss lititli Sargent, frifieipnl of tie school b.iihling, vilio c oisentevl to tie tb criny. but did not strike the child, is retained, but her suspension remains in offei 1 until Feb. !!.". 1 FOIL I'LW Slspl.CILD. ; Ha.'l trd Authorities Imestijtatii!;: Di'jth of Luu liei j.u l. I KFTLAND. Feb. 5. --The theory that I'har'es (o!tey. who d'.i d at a hospital here yestrrdny. was knocked uncon scious, robbetl nnd placed ou the street tar track so that a car would hit him was advanced hy the authorities last i''ht. SfHte's Attorney '. l" Novak or derel-au impiest for P i.ty. Colt.c va-i-t-lroi k by' ti trollen. cr in West Uutland last Sijior-liv uisjht. Ac - rdinir t the nut hm-it e ' e lia.t drawi Lis wages ,i a limd'ei jack that day. bo' had no money on his pet''.ii when picket! on after the accident. He was l'.i Mars old. MIl.MOM CilKLS IlI.l.D. "Mirra Runaways I nn une-.l hy Ofi:cer. Cau-tht in Monlri'. M' VTUi:r.. Feb. .Three run away Vermont girls, aged lo. If, and 17. ve found bv the Montreal police yes fc.day ami i;re being he'd pending nr . vnl -it their U'lrcuiv Police withhel.l t'c'r nnioes. but fat her v as tcdiet: uion cit v. Oliev 0f tJ,e (rj, . eempiissioiiu- s f il her in a Vcr- KiLLLD AT SIILLIH RM; I ALLS. Walkman in Cutl:i-y I'hinl Hi! by Uurst ing Polishing Whel. SlIKLHrilNK FALLS. Mass.. Feb. . tle'-rge I . Ibirb-y. jr., ".". was almost instantly killed here yesterday in t h Lamson Cooduow cutleiv j'ani. whin the wooilen polishing wheel in which r. was working suddenly broke, one if t'ic pieces striking him in the client. 4tLciilion, Poullry Feeders! We hav in stock a limited amount of Grandin Lay-ng JTash, also a few bags of King's Laying Mash, which wc offer to our trade at $2.25 per cwt. as we are discontinuing these brands. CROSBY GRAIN STORE Godfrey Crosby, Prop. , Tel 135 Rear of Crosby Block A Picture for . mS., - This newest cf Douglas Fairbanks's Produc tions, this" most enchanting of all Dumas's vivid stories, this marvelous .visualization .of ."The Three Musketeers," is truly a picture ' for Everyone for your .family and every ' family. From it, the young can learn frankness, kindness, valor and generosity. The old c?n find forgetfulness cf trouble and taste its antidote for sorrov". And all of us who be lieve in Life's drama, with its chapters cf gaiety and wit, owe to Duir.as a debt of gratitude. , ;f "Allr for one, one for all" Beginning Monday, February 13 - PRINCESS THEATRE WEST BRATTLEBORO Mrs to-her old. c. w home . liishop has been several days with co 'ifhieil a severe " Mrs. Jane iFvlev is staying in the home of Mrs. J. L. Stock well a few days. Mrs., St-.ekwcH is ill w ith bronchitis. Miss Yi;!oria l"dard of Fott Dummer HeiglitH .was- operated - up-.n yesterday ' in the Me ri se hospitar:by Dr. K? It. Lyiidi. . ' ' . . . ' j Frank- II. Martin, who recently liii-' ished work for the (Jrant (Jriuiite c m-. any. began . w -vi'k this v.eck for K'dstail. : Taylor & Co. . .. . - . . Miss Cecile Colgrove, who was ot tin' town farm a few days, is n:v with her imther in the licino (f Miehad J. Ilen- CKsey cf I'X s,ccl street.' The Twentieth Century club lnvl nn II day . i,:eet i:ig o--terday in the home f Mrs. J. S. Morse nod enjoyed an ex e'Vnt d ini-r at tnnm. The .women tied plilts during the day. . ' Alon.. N. .lohnscu was remembered .Monday, it U ing his voili birthdjy anni versary, by a post card sho.ver from his many friends. He received S.'J card?. .Mr. Johnson has be-n confined to his home several weeks by illness. ; P.aptist church. Kev. C. W. Uishop" pas tor. Sunday morning worship at 10..'!0 with sermon by tie pastor on .Love's Con dition: Itibte school at 1 1 .4. : junior Christian Fndeavor meeting ami meeting of the Y. P. S. C. V.. at (;..",0. Lerd 'i- of the junior Chvistijui Kmbavor. Ijcrilm Taylor, livening service at T.I'.d. Sub iect. Win Lincoln a (iood Si.-tt? The JJov Scouts will attend the service in a bed.v. . 1'irst C'Ugregatioea! chm'c'i. llev. A. V. Woodworth tuinister. Sunday morn ing worship nt Jti.sto with sermon by the tiasfe.v; Sunday sclifiol at l!.4."i; junior Christian Ilmieavor at I ' o'clock ; Chris tian Kmi'-aver nt 7 o'clock in the vestry. Subject. 1 letter Po looses. This is Chris tian Fndenvor D.-c'.s'u 11 day. Leader, Mrs. S. 11. .Worden. I'riday evening prayer nueting nt 7...0 in the v'stry. Sub "ject l-r tuts kveek. L.ve. . The organiza tion of the Christian Kudeiivor aluiiitii council will be discussed. JAMAICA. (oct;.'v I'oir of Maiicl.cster had brought j-ix horses over the n ountaiu for saic. Bert PivbicK-k was in Urattleboro on iilisilc?s 1 it miy. St ill in h a Crowi-insliielJ was n guest t A. 11. . rownir.shield s the first of the .veck. Lester Wilbur of UratMeboro is isit ng his broth.-r, Jubus. Wilbur, ht A. II. s henry 's. Miss Kva Woleiitt has accented a posi ion in Nrw oik city and went there Monday morn'mit. . ! A'rs. tii-oie ( 1 use p toI two children rid Mrs. 1-e.deu of Windham were at Irs. H.i 'lough s this We;k. . Arthor Ciiency and family were in VanM-ory to see their grandmother and tint. Mis. Julia Ware ami Mss Carrie Va.t, r-. 1 -'liilv. are painial MENTH0LATUM quickly relieves 1 UrilDlIil S Eskimo Pic With the famous Creen Mountain Ice Cream Inside 10c rtl 11 . L.l Tl I. ine l ariv urus . - - Si ore 18 Main Street Phone 210 V Time to Prepare for Housecleaning THIS; WEEK WE OFFER 'A LINE OF BRUSHES OF ALL KINDS. Floor Brushes . J : . V. : J : . . G5 to $3.00 each Counter Brushes . . . ....... 25 to SI. 00 each Scrub Brushes ... . . . .... .15c? to 50 each DID YOU KNOW WE CARRY IN STOCK Separator Tube Brushes. Separator Spout Brushes Milk Can Brushes Milk Bottle Brushes Radiator Brushes Automobile Brushes Radiator Brushes Sec Our Assortment of Hand Scrub Brushes at 35c each For the first time in five years we offer Full Chinese Bristle Counter Brushes al 50c each LOOK OVER OUR LINE. WE CAN SHOW YOU GOODS YOU NEED AT Robbins & Cowles, Inc. x- i ... , B , . I, " - , m 1 1 LEj L55J m unharn Women Attractive Sty ties for Dress and Street Wear AT BIG REDUCTION IN PRICE Lot of Hi ';h Grade Worn en's Shoes," on smart , dress lasts. All welt sewed, including large . . variety of styles in black and brown kid leathers. Nearly all sizes in the lot. . . - Values $5.00 to 9.50, Special Sale Price $2.47 The Family Dunham Brothers Co Floor Brushes Scrub Brushes Counter Brushes Paint Brushes Hand Brushes Wire Brushes Horse Brushes trroRc Co. on t2i 9 S Lot of Women's Good Quality Welt Sewed - .Shoes, on dres?v ,hsha, in black kid and calf, f-also dark 'brmvVi' calf leathers. Good assort ment of" sizes. -Cuban and 'militarv heels. Val ues $5.00 to" $8.00. . Special Sale Price $2.98 Shoe Store ; Brothers Shoes - s?i 2IE j .Advertisement