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niB imuuNUTON fiirh, press: Thursday, aimul , lm () ft LETTERS FROM THE PEOPLE. lUe do sfnmpitig Ifom tfoe infest design. Store Burlington, Vermont me take up, clean, refit and lay old carpels. exclusive S11odel$ Jl.ways Cmpfyasize the Boston Store Style Supremacy. i OPENING h n w 1908 Everyone Cordially Invited Cbursday, -Friday and Saturday Jlpril 9, 10 and ll K' I f r Latest styles from the most famous originators and creators in the acknowledged Millinery Centers of Europe. The copies, adaptations and beautiful original conceptions of our own artistic designer will undoubtedly meet the instant favor of Boston Store customers to a hardly less degree than the imported handiwork of the great Parisian artists. : M.ja.r.r r- ' ..MIL lip English lUalking Rats and Hew tailored Rats from some of the best American makers. Cbe Lav Sailor Rats for Street UJear ami a decided innovation in the way of Knockabout and Dress Rats for misses from seven to seventeen years of a"e. ft J ' J! Profusion of Olomen's Suits and goats Sfytisb, Dependable, Satisfactory Many women, after a thorough search of the market, have found it unquestionably to their advantage to purchase their Spring Outer Apparel at this store. Here are some convincing reasons: 1 All Models selected and adopted by us are never purchased in quantities and therefore cannot become common. 2. Only experienced custom fitters and dressmakers are employed by us in our Alteration Department. As a result our service in this important branch of our business is far superior to that of most stores and unusually satisfactory to our cus tomers. 3. The quality of all materials used in Garments sold by us is absolutely dependable and the workmanship thoroughly good, so that you may have every confidence in their wearing qualities. 4. Wc offer you absolutely the lowest prices quality, style and workmanship considered in Burlington. The land we sell is the kind you ought to buy, "invariably the cheapest in the end." mcsic rc.rir akthiixoon AND SATIMIUAV HVnXIXO. Cbe 3. m. ilkJIuslan ti:a si:kvi:i rninAV fiiom TWO TO PIVi:, COMI'I.I.MHN TAHV, TO OUIl PATUONS. I'nlittN III Itelntlnn In Vermont',, 'r mIIoiin I'mlileum cif Tumtlon. To the Kilttnr (if the l'"iec I'rc.in: Will you nllow inn Kpncc In your paper lo HRnln imltil out lo your num erous tc;ulcrn .mime defects of our pres out tnx-law, th imperfection of which I linvo often cmphaslzm! In the pant thirty years. I hnvo read with much In tetest your recent flltotlals on the mih jrct. Thr- point you maki- on HtnndlnB timber Is n kooiI ono nml It otiRht to be rarefiilly confildorod and fostered for the future welfare of our commonwealth While timber li Rrowltm It Is no Incon venience to any one but the owner of the l.i ml and ylftds no Income till har harvostcd. Hut when tho timber Is cut It should pay tnxcn to Its full value. Klrst, because It becomes a burden to tho highways on Its way to mill and to mar ket, and second, because H Is an accum ulated asset about to leave Its native haunts never to return. The harvester Is the reaper of the pro fits of many year's Growth and should be wlllhiK to be taxed to the full value. To show you that this Is not the case a' present, I will refer you to the item In your Issue of March 21, from St. .lohnslHiry aimotincltiK that the listers of Caledonia county had agreed to tax Kreen foot wood In, tho list at U per cord, which Is as much a It would brine at any wood shlpplntf point I know of, while there are many vlUaRes In tho Stale where foot preen wood Is deliver ed at from $3 to $1 per cord. Compare the wood Item with the appraisal of lops at JIO per m. and sawed lumber at StU.f.O per in., compare these flKures with $1 per m. on the stump, paid for spruce on Hancock mountain, several miles from -it 111 nnd railroad. Ask your local dealer for a price on some lumber to build a plK pen, nnd compare his figures with the appraisal of lumber In Caledonia county and you will realize the Injustice of the appraisal or come to tho con clusion that the pip has grown up In the lumber business. Many mill men offset their stock and not only rob your town and common wealth of a valuable asset but cut up your highways by haullnn their untax ed lumber to market. How manv loss are rolled Into a stream to escape taxation? Shall we have a tax law to encourage a money monopoly and dishonesty or one to piomote and en courage thrift, economy, cqiullty and honesty? U the former, we need no chance. If the latter, let our ta commissioners re cover an equal appralsnl of reality and tax nil property. Ho Uifht on growins crops and improvements. I see no reason why two farms of equal ferlllltv, side by side, should not be taxed alike; If one take ore of his ciops and the other spends his time In a saloon and lets his crops ko to waste. I would like to hea: from others on this subject. Yours for equal taxation. wii.li.s v. iwnn. OPTIMISTIC REPORTS. Mantifnclnrera Are (ieltlnir Unity nnd Simnr Maker Are Coining Money. Tloports to Hradstrcct'.i for tho week nro of nn optimistic nature relatlvo to manufacturing and retail trade at large. While new business it mills Is slow In coming In, there Is a tendency to furnish employment lo as many people iih Is con sistent and generally speaklne, outside of pranlto section, a small Inerense In number employed Is noted. Wrathcr conditions have not been Hitch as to stimulate n heavy buylnc of sprint? itoods, t retail stores, hut notwithstand ing this sales have been' of Rood volume nnd outlook for future business it more promising. Farmers re busy with work of manufacturing maple susnr products and thus far about one half u. crop has been harvested, tleports from Southern parts of the State show (food runs nnd the article put nn the market Is of excellent quality In Orleami county nnd Northern section generally, 'he week .lust close,) showed ft good deal of activity. The opening prices for fancy sugar and syrup were higher than last year. General tendency Is toward !ilchr prices asked and freely given for Ver mont product-- Prom Canada reports are received of good runn and considerable sugar will be hat vested. New Vork re turns from eastern lde show good prog ress has been made and yield will be large. Advices, however, from Ohio say sugar reason Is about over, that crop has been fulrlv good, but less than aver age. All of this Is expected, coupled with benefits of pure good law, will have tendency to make a good market for the constantly increuslng demand for Ver mont maple sugar nnd syrup. As the re turns from this crop, which In the State at large is estimated during normal yenrs to be In excess of a million and n quarter dollars, begin to come In ben eficial effects will be noted, mainly In country towns and larger communities will also derive benefit. Frost Is not wholly out of tho ground but faimeis are making preparations for early plant Ing In low lvlng sections. Roads are heavy nnd travel difficult in country sections. Wholesale firms note a small Increase in volume of trade nnd while generally speaking collections were slow during March, April thus far has been a little better Wholesale confectionery llrms notice a slight dropping off In de mand duilng the week Just closed, owing largely to the cake maple sugir which Is being put on the market but falling off in trade Is no more than Is generil at this season of the year Tho week Just closed however, has shown a small Increase in demnnd for lumber and building material In central section of the State. Oranlt manufacturers report new business Is not coming In to much of any extent. that line of business Is still idle by reason of strike. Demand for marble not more than normal. Slate for billiard purposes Is still In demand. a After Other Treatment Failed Eczema In Raw Snot on Baby Boy's Face Lasted for Months Cried with Pain when Washed. ECZEMA WAS CURED AND HAS NEVER REAPPEARED "Our baby boy brolto o'lt with czetna. on his fno nhr.n one month old. One pleoa on tho Bide of his faco fto U of a nickel was row like beef iteak for three montlis, and ho would cry oat vitro I bathed tho parts that were aoro nd broken out. I save him thrf months' truattnent from n good doctor, but 6t tho end of that time tho child w.ia no bettor. Then my doctor rocotnmended CuMcura. After us.ng ft Cdkti of CuUcura Soap, a thi J of a box of Cuticum Ointmont, and half a bottle of Cutlctira Resolvent ho was well and his faco was aa smooth as any baby i. Ho is now two years ana a COURT HAS ADJOURNED. March Term In Chittenden County Camp to nn Knil Monday. The March term of Chittenden county court, which convened March H. was ad journed without day Monday afternoon. In the case of F. O. lieaupro vs. Dr. J. K. Tngsart, an action of trespass, Judgment was rendered Monday morn ing for the plaintiff to recover damages of one cent and costs and the premises In dispute on Hank street. This wn a line fence cae and Involved about seven feet of la nil on Hank street. Exceptions were taken bv the defendant and the case will go to supreme court. Three divorces were decreed Monday afternoon as follows: Newton K Hudson vs. Urama .T. Hud son, Ml! granted for desertion. Arthur L. Johnson vs. I.eno Johnson, bill granted for desertion. Ida Hyman vs. Jake Hyman, bill grantfil for Intolerable severity; ram continued as to alimony and custody tf the minor child. In the two cases of the Voodvlle Na tional lull; against Alphonse T. Wythe, ipt.. actions of special and general as ABOUT RUGS AND CARPETS.'100 ,,ut!t pl,,H ,llrou-h ,,r'' the 'Sucli a niB Is ton lii-my for the molil-of-, wnter nn( nrlnB diy realtor plentifully surface appears clean. The neat liousi - all-work to carry out and lie.it, even if 1 over tho rug or carpet; sweep In small keener can. however, detect the II y Alice II. Whlliikrr. j lH,or of th(. ,c1,iPn ,it. (irii( drnlors report a much reduced I 11 ' .i heap cm prt. The ingrain and And unclean floor she were willing. strokes and there will be no dust on the furniture, -mis is i Knod way when tho weather Is such that rug cannot be tak en out of doors, Small rugs must not lie sh iken bv tnk- coverlng wears bett.-r for ng ,i, of 0Ml1 otuS llml Knapping tho t .ici so common years ago on ev-lbeln lifted nnd cleared occasionally; 'other. This way Is suic destruction to er bnd'-'H Mttlng-rnom and belioom, are t wiping over with weak soap and water ur. ,.,,stv ruv.s which should bo laid on AI)VI:iitisj:i MyrrHUS ti'tl- demand. Tho cheap art square will clean twitting, although old-fashion- the grass and beaten with a rattan whip, I-ist of unclaimed letters remaining In Is n sort of development from tuts Kino ed hcuseUcepers alwavs use salt and wa- u mnK V(.r no , brushed with Hurllngton postoffleo for tha week or enrpet. and even thnt is not In great ' lor. Hroktn places can be repaired with (t whisk brush. Iln not bent nn expensive ending April 7: fivor. It ts n very poor floor inni can- coarse tnreaii or nil twine ami n darn- 1 rug over a line, liven cheap Japanese ing needle. A figured muting will fade cotton and Smyrna rugs show the value in tho sun, or where exposed tu much j f careful treatment. If through neglect wear, but a little bluing will serv ret be tilled, painted and varnished for nigs, ind if the door Is beyond this treatment, straw matting covers It and rugs arc litd on that. MUX'S LIST. Philippe Arniill... Ktllnlno jioussop. Jo. sepn jirignoi, p. cuapman, a. 1) icrve for a (l inrK ,,- s ,0,i,.d with dust, it Is i m1, '' . '' '.. 1 . " '" . dye to renew blilo and white, matting, well to send It ton carpet cleaner, who .' ,; i.lr,,n, , , v- ,7 nnd in some cases It will pav to buy a . f,- nIlnr will give n nine by twelve " "l. ,"h "i " ,." little live of the right colors nnd touch . vEi, n nmn rnnnn nriil anml It the figures up in places with a five-eent home rolled with a plentiful supply of ,,, ', (v I,'flf".l,,l,,,"'7 a'"' f,l,al" l''t brush. I ninth bulls In Its folds. If this Is done '""ft " ' Pt'",,,,r- rnT' in the spilng. the n,g can rest during j" WlllV'iins l"O",,,S0M- "i,r l" ' Ubb3' lien buying rugs Slop anil tninlC ' ill" sniiuiiei, inr i hum more iiouse- ubout who will take care of them. A keeper? nie seeing the benefit of bare twelve rug Is often tho first floors or mattings In summer, but remember that It will j .-. lings woven from old carpets are Do not Cheap stiaw matting looks well while new, but It Is not lai-tlng. The liner qualities that cost 'perhaps forty cents a ntd have a benuty of their own and wlt'i giod care are diualile. Hut heavy furiiit ire, especially when rolled on cheap castrrs, will break strands, and nine by a little hole in straw matting spreads selection about lis fnft as a dropped stitch In have In n degree the undesirable qual knIHIng-wnrk. The n r grades of straw . itles of a enrpet. It is true that it run j thick and soft for the bedside. WOMEN'S LIST, Mrs. 1Mb linker, Mis, Chas, I, llasle, Miss Muud Ulssell, Miss Mary Houoher, M. .ario carey cj. Miss Mary Carrln ton, Mis. Agnes Collins, Miss I.ewlso Cota, Mis. lleoigo J, Crafts (2), Miss J. C. Donahue, Miss I.oulse- K, Onrronv ir-itting lire bettei If sewea together be lifted with less trouble, hut It is order thein made ov r u yard nnd n like wool carpels, but t.e etc .itier grad- large to beat nnd clean often. If swept half lout:, as lli. v will I n si hrnw to c ill r gcne'.illv put down uilh double ' on the floor, one might as well hnvo a lift about, ami ,ut settles In the thick I,T' Jlln Hnvens. .Mrs, Cnrl Hunt, pi luted tacks, There s a gre it tempta- t.icked down enrpet, excepting thnt tho tufted surfm, so that thev muHt bo "H1' ollvln'' Little, Mary Loulso caro t in to nllow matting to llo on tho iloor .floor bordur can bo more easily cleaned, beaten often. The thin rug woen in King, Mrs. v. o. Osborne, Jirs. aaaaOTajgajaaremjaijaat VaaaaRPRICEB, FOR CVCRV CVIb E the manner of old-time rag carpets Is much In favor, especially for bedrooms nnd fur summer houses. In planning Hi" C. I'liininier, miss Cnilotlle Williams. WINOOSKJ LIST. A r t 11 1) 1 lr i ...... . n IM.. ...1 11111m. i.i. ...i.u - tl,n ""' .(.Mim.it.. i.H. ...... ' HUM' HUM HIMII- I Me,. Illllll" tin. ,,i i ,.i fm. "" """' iicginn .mi ingeon, Clemen tina Mag.l7.lno. Ovlde Mnqulll, l'hlllppo Trudeau, Mnle() Tcicovlc. pioportlon of blue and white equnl for tl.e middle or larger portion, ns tills gives a much better effect than where moro white is used. The border way have tho J white more decldid In tiurnnv stilpei nl- In lilting with wide ones of blue. Much blue cotton Is worn by children that fades Ing article o ti, rann. before it Is worn thin: It can b" tisod aicu uoosevelt nn the Panama, or economically In one of these bedroom Wiley on the AIIineiitary?-H"st" Trnn INTKHIOU DIU'AHTMIINT ANYWAV. Scott--This mngnzlne has ait Interest. rugs, nnd tho fading only gives better shade In f'o woven fabric, It If nn old rug looks dusty, wipe It script. SHOES AT ALL PRICES, FOR EVERY MEMBER OFTHC FAMILY. MEN, BOYS, WOMEN, MISSES AND CHILDREN. tmi wsraf, bmqmumm thmy hold thalr-&S mhmpm. tit kaifr.wm longer, mnd xt. nrm H mrmmtmp vmlua thmn ny othmr mrr. W. L. Douelas $4 and $5 Gilt Edge Shoes Cannot Be Equalise At Any Price W tlAU I 101. vt, u iinuKiai name ana prim ii Biampiwi on nuumn. nuc ,-n niilillliile. ' ... , , i, t.f.,,. . , , . - , ,. BnlTt br th lent hoa dfalm rrerfwliue. ttnotl buUm I from lui'torT to .any purl of Itio woil.l. Illut. innnln Ih lidded. Tills will freshen It. it Ml let Hot to King To Drum before tnt tiatM catalog irc 10 any ware... n.j uuv.u.n, ruf.,ull ,. . Tp(lr n0WHiinnPrB jlto bUH) drop Into 1 UullluV-Ttw,, ,nill County. AllllAI) OF Till': OAMK. Mrs. likuid -A pretty wedding, wiiBn't over with a snonen or cloth wrung ns n r mi wen mulched pair! dry ns possible out of a quart of water Mr. flrnffv VeH; but don't you think to which a teaspoon o' household nm- m lejoicings tt tlo prem.tunv jsn i SHORT TERM OF COURT. Only HI Working Dnya nnd Jury lie benturr I.raa Tbnn 811,000. The March term of Chittenden county court, Just adjourned, was ono of th- shortest ht!m In several years. Court ns In session 34 days. The Jurors, with the exception of two, worked 15 days The Jury debenture for tho term was JWfi M. Ileferces", special masters' and commissioners' fees amounted to Jlo. Fees for witnesses in State cases were JI0.7S. Fines and costs imposed amount ed to JS1.10. Tho fine of 13,010 Imposed by Judge Rowcll at the September term of court In IMG upon the Consolidated Ken r.ering company for contempt of court was paid during the term Just closed, the case having been to the United States Supreme Court, where, the Jud ment of tho Stato court was affirmed This fine was paid with Interest aeeru ing slnco it was imposed, the amount having been on deposit while tho lltlga Hon In the higher tribunal was pending. During the term there were 4.1 cases discontinued; two eases were tried by Jury and '20 judgments were rcmb red, uf that number 12 being decrees of di vorce and one an annulment of marriage A dozen cases went off the State docket umplt and the two similar cnes of the ICight decrees In chancery were made same plaintiff against the Northern , and one case in chancery was settled Supply company, apt., judgments were and discontinued. lendered for the plniiitiff, assess. the clerk to THE LAST APPLICATIONS. Commissioner Hnir Nnmev from Which In "elect It) I.lernarrs. I'p to six o'clock Tuesday night, th" time limit for tiling applications with the license commissioners for license to M'll Intoxicating liquor. T applications bad been made, all told. There were 14 application made Tuesday as follows. First clnss-John II. Hlack at 137 Main street; Oliver J. Ladam at M North nvenue Second class Thomas Tyler, Cleorge O, Munson nnd Joepli I'lslu'r at So North avenue; John II. Oliver at 3.1 South Champlaln street; Kugene Co'.selln at 10- North street; T. C. O'llrlen and T. I". O'ISiicn at 16.1 South Champlaln street; Alphonee T. Wythe at 20 Intervale ave nue. Third class-James Crowley ut 21 n.it tery street; F. H. Jordan at 53 North Chumplain street; Kthun Allen club at the club house on College street. Fifth class-George A. Churchill at K Church stu-et; V. V. Hnll at 1"3 St. r.tul street. feventh clnss-C. II. Hooper at the rear of the City Hotel; Napoleon St Ueorge at 12 Intenalo avenue. The first Inuring on applications have been set for April 17. MONDAY'S APPLICANTS FOR 1,1 CENSUS, The following applications for license to sell Intoxicating liquor -were made to the commissioners Morday. F.rst class Henry Ward nt 15 Interval avenue; John H. Poland at 15S Hank street; David II. McCucn at 54 North street. Second class F.dward Lavallee and Joseph Lavallee at 37 Spring street Heyman A. Gladstone at 1S3 North Champlaln street; Frank S. Iitrelle at 2S Cednr street; Ira K. Chase at 1Z Elm wood nvenue; George Q. Stiles at 153 Cherry street; J. Henry Invlgne at King street. Third class B. P. Woodbury at Van Ness House; John Martin at Riverside Hotel. Fifth clafs Joseph G. Ilellroso at Church street; John A. Innman at 150 North Wlnooskl avenue; J. W, OSullI van nt 24 Church street. Seventh clnss James A. Merrill at 171 Battery street. LEAFLETS FOR BIRD LOVERS OUT IN MAY. The Audubon Leaflets, published by the National Association or Audubon societies, containing Illustrations nnd de scriptions of birds and dealing with their economic value will be distributed dur ing the month of .May. These leaflets arc Intended especially for use In the schools. A limited supply of thee will be sent free to teachers upon application to the secretary of the State society. Tile officers of the Audubon society of Vermont, recently elected, are as fol lows: President. Prof. J W. oy, Tniversity of Vermont, Iturllngton, tecre tnry, C. D. Howe, lsex Junction; treasurer, Miss Ktnma K. Drew. S2 Grant street, Hurllngton, first vlce-piesldent, Mrs. K. 0. Davenport, Urattleboro, tec ond vice-president. Miss Cora 1, Turbox, F.ssex Junction. SHAKE INTO YOUR SHOES Allen's Foot-Kiise, a powder. Ite lleves painful, smarting, nervous feet and Ingrowing nails, nnd Instantly takes the sting out of corns and bunions. It's tho greatest comfort ills, covery of tho uge. Allen's Foot-Knse makes light or new shoes feel easy, It Is a certain cure for sweating, callous Kwollen, tired, aching feet. Try It to day, Sold by nil Druggists and Shoe Stores, lty mail for 6e. In stamps. Don't accept nnv substitute. Trial package FHK1C. Address Allen S. Olm Btcd, Lo Hoy, N. Y. ANNUAL MKKTI.VG OK IIUni.INOTON t.onr.i:. Tho regular monthly meeting nnd an nual communication of Hurllngton Lodge, No. 10), A. F. & A. M., was held Tuesday night with a largo attendance The annual reports were read and the following officers for the ensuing year weie elected: W. M. Martin, W. M.; It W. Johnson, S. W.; II. . Small. J. W F. A. Hoss, treasurer; I J. Paige, sec rotary. The appointive officers will be announced within a day or two and the Installation of officers will probably tuke place next week. half old nd no eczema has reappeared. e tho ctttlcura boap, I think It la the finest toilet soap I ever ued. I kern mv little girl s hair and faco cleaned with It. too. I am so hanluul for what guueura nan uoso or ui. Mn. M. L. Harris, it. Jr. JJ. l, Alton, Kan., May 14 and Juno 12, '07.' SANATIVE Antiseptic Cleanslnn Is Best Accomplished by Cuticura. TlVimen. esnoetallv mother find Clltt- oora Boar. Ointment, and Pills the pur- Ull, Hwwitnkjauuiiiutw effoctlvs remedies, for preserving, purifying, nnd beautifying tho kin, scalp, nair, and hands, for tho treat ment, of inflntnmatorr and ulrcrntivo condi tions, as well as for re storing to health, strength, and beauty nalo. weak, nervous. prematurely faded, run-down women. Guaranteed absolutely pure under the United States food and Drugs Act. CemplaW ExMrail and lntcroil Trtnmnl tor ETery Humor of lntinu. Chl.tfrtn. ril Adult ron till of Cullrura Boo; (lie I to On.o ttp Skic, cutlciin Olntmfni (fOo.) lo Ileal the Fkln. end Cuticura ReeoWeat (SOc.).(orio the form otrSoeoUM Conted Pllln, 2Sc. per vial ot 00) to Purify the Blood. Sold throughout the wcrW Pott?r Drus Cbaia. Corn, sole rrori. uoMon, sa, or-alalled a re. Cuticura Book on Skin DlnM GOLDEN JUBILEE. Fnther Clonrce' I'nrlsliloner Inktng rrcpnrnllons for the Ktrnt. Preparation for the golden 1 .' lie cle- bratlig the ."VHh annivetsar -.f the ordination to priesthood of tl. Ht Rrv Mgr. Cloarec, rector of St Joseph s Church, nre already In progress Tve celebration promise? to be wortbv -f Father Cloarec, who has been 'ie 'cad of the St. Jos-eph's congreg.-it on r nearly 40 years. The men of the enngrcgn- m hiv organlxed and elected th" fn'low og mittee to make arrangem. nts f r t' " celebration: President, A. II Duumd- secretatr. A Tl Pt. Pierre, treisur-r h Rev. J. A. I-ncouture: and J f. n,i"n and Hernnrd Oucllette. The ladles of the congregati"ti met Sunday in the parish hall on tny' tlon of Father Licouture nr 1 iti' r s pertaining to the Jubilee were s s The following committee was eie ' ' President, Mrs. A. H Duhan 1 president, Mrs. Adelor Oliver, -tccir Miss Hushlow: nnd Mrs. F N Frecnett Mrs Jules Slmayes and Mrs L J. liea'iri gard The two committees will o g'n act vo work 1 making arrangements for tvo ce!. br lticn IN CASE OF ACCIDENTS , For Cuts, Rcalils, Uurus, braises, tpriln;, Imect or Mosquito llitej, apply, ( BROWN'S'fiNSTANT1RELIEF All dealers ficll it."5 cents ftttani hi the otai Mrdltlitf Co., Norm), Mlne... IIIOH rRDSSI'ltn DAYS. Men and women nllko have to work Incessantly with brain and hand to hoi their own noTYuday. Never were tho do mands of business, the wants of the family, tho lequlrements of society more numerous, Tho first effect of tho praiseworthy effort to keep up with all theso things Is commonly seen In weakened or debilitated condition of the neivous system, which rescjts in dys pepsin, defective nutrition of both body nnd brain, and in extreme c.ises in com pleto nervous prostiatlon, It Is clearly seen that what Is needed Is what will sustain tho system, glvo vigor nnd tone to the nerves, nnd keep tho digestive and iisslmllntlvo functions healthy nnd nctlve, From personal knowledge, wo cm recommend Hood's Harsaparllla for this purpose. It actB on all the. vital or gans, bulldH up tho whole system, nnd tits men nnd women for theso Itlgh-prcs-suro days. "Dr. Thomas' Kclectrlc Oil s the best remedy for that often fatal disease croup, Has been used with success In our family for eight years." Mrs L. Wllitcucre, Ilufffclo, N. V You Don't Feel The Expenditure When Buying a New Dinner Set from an open-stock pattern. Know why? Next time you need a dozen dinner plates select them from an "open-stock" pattern. When you want a meat platter - choose from the same pattern. Keep adding to this nucleus and the 5-ist- thing you know your odd purchases comprise a handsome set. ' J Now, if you had bought differcnl decorations that struck your fancy, every time you needed special items your aggregate purchases would look like a job-lot. , tj Think it over oi better yet, come in and" bid it ovei and look the patterns ova. All tho novolties for Knstor Fancy China nml Uric-n-nr-ai' or dered for import lust autumn now nrrivinp from the other side. Display will bo ready tliia week. China Hall Co. Masonic Temple BURLINGTON Phone 356-2'