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THE BARRE DAILV TIMKS, BARRE, VT., TUESDAY, MOVEMRER 9, 1920.
. Parlor Suites Three Pieces. Rocker, Divan, Chair Upholstered in Tapestry, Velour and Leather. Mahogany and Oak Finish. Dining Rooni Suites China Closet, . Buffet and Table in Mahogany, Oak and Walnut. Bed Room Suites Mahogany, Walnut, Oak, Ivory and Birds Eye Maple. Bed, Dresser, Chif fonier or Chifferobe, and Dressing Table. B.W. Hooker & Co. UNDERTAKERS BEST UP-TO-DATE MOTOR AMBULANCE SERVICE City rXu MBit a ho no-driven ambulsncti dtotance call at ranHUbb term. Takphooe 7-W. TALK OF THE TOWN The Woman $ Ready -to-Wear Shop A Spirited Selling of Women's Coats Lower Prices Restores the Old Joy of Shopping All styles of Coats and Wraps are being offered at prices of great merit. It is a good chance to take advantage of high costs and buy the garment that you need. The luxury of fur on collar is found on many of the Coats. The snappy ntyles and excellent tailoring indicates that they were made to sell at a much higher price. What's What in Millinery Modes Fetching models for thev ho'liday. From our wide col- i lection- every Miss and Woman will be able to find one, at least, to brighten up her costumes. I And, by the way, they are unusually low in price. . Special line of Children's Hats. . Your inspection is invited. The Mrs. Shepard Co., Inc. n mm City Auditorium Montpelier TO-NIGHT FERDINAND OS HE ORCHESTRA The Most Popular. Musical Organization in the New England States SAXOPHONE QUARTETTE BANJO QUARTETTE VIOLIN QUARTETTE BRASS TRIO A MUSICAL TREAT FOR DANCING FEET Concert from 8 Until 9 Dancing from 9 Until One O'clock Don't Miss the Concert. k Trices Including Concert Ladies 50c, Gents $1.00, Plus the War Tax i my a a v v.; 1UVU1V THINK of the t of bra enerry, vitality and red blood required to crow a thousand feathersthe average plumage I A moulting hen needs good health good appetite food digestJoa. Dr. Hess Poultry Pan-a-ce-a helps poultry through the moult and starts pullets and moulted hens to laying. It contains tonics for the appetite, tnnirs to aid digestion. It tones tip the dormant egg organs. It contains iron that gives a moulting hen rich, red blood and a red comb. No disease where Pan-a-ce-a is fed. By all means feed your moulting hens Dr. liess Poultry Pan-a-ce-a. H' kmmSm ik Dr. H Lm. CmM M as. THE SMITH & CUMINGS CO., INC. TiS at ftr man Itr'i r km. ' kart a racket at A. Attend Shea' bij sale. adv. "Reminder" calendars on sale at Con gregational fair. adv. Leather music rolls and bugs at Bai ley's Sluaic Rooms. adv. Harley Humphrey of Waterbury was in town yesterday on a brief bintine visit. . Wrestling, Nov. 16, Montpelier armory, John Kiloniu vs. ' Waino Ketonen. adv. Roy Benjamin of South Woodbury begun work yeaterday as a clerk in the Red Cross Pharmacy. Joseph Ladrie of 32 Nelson street left Sunday for Percy, N. H., on a two weeks hunting trip. A house-to-house canvass will be mude in Barre Nov. 16 for Red Cross memberships and renewals. Miss Annie Jonca of North Main street has completed work as a clerk in the Barre Candy Kitchen. . Houghton A ' Robins' store will be closed all day Thursday and open un til 9 o'clock Wednesday night.- Have you bought your ticket tor me American Legion's second annual ar mistice ball, Nov. 11, in How land hall? adv. Meat-pie supper served by the Men's club at the Presbyterian church Sat urday night from a to 7. Plan to at tend. adv. Ueorge Clark, a -pharmacist of the Red Cross rharmacy, is taking a few days' vacation in Massachusetts with relatives. The regular monthly 'meeting of the trustees of the Barre City hospital will be held at the hospital Wednesday eve nine at 8 o'clock. Kavmond Eastman has returned to Tuft School of Kngincering in Bos ton, after spending several days at his home on Eastern avenue. Gerald Betters of Enosburg Falls accompanied his wife and two-week-old child from the Barre City hospital to their home yesterday afternoon. Peter Eraser of Murray street and Robert Johnson of South Main street went to Chester, Mass., yesterday, hav ing been assured of work at their trade as stonecutters. Mrs. Carrie FitU of 2 Park street, one of the principals of the dry goods firm of the Homer Fitts Co., leaves Barre this week for IVland, Ela., tu spend the winter. Regular meeting of Minnehaha tn campment, No. 'J, Tuesday evening. Dee. 0, at 7:."i0. Work, patriarchal degree. All oflicers and patriarchs re quested to be present. Rememlier the big fair, Friday and Saturday, How land hall. The fair with the special features. Everybody come for a good time. Special program, 8 to 9. .Music by Landi's orchestra. ad. Everybody plan to come to the big fair. What fair? The rainbow fair, Howland hall, Friday and Saturday this week. The best music, La mil s nr chestra. Program, 8 to P; dancing, 9 to IS. adv. A gay silk petticoat is welcomed by any feminine member of your family. All the smart new shades approved by fashion this rear are represented at a very modest price at The Mrs. Shepard Co., Inc. adv. Dairymen, the N. E. M. P. A. has done mors to stabilize the price of milk In New England than any other agency. Therefore, be sure and attend the meeting Saturday evening in the Worthen hall. adv. B. W. ftoodfellow of the fjood Fel low garage on South Main street mo tored to the precincts of Rurlinirton and on the shores of Iake Champlain with a party of men from Montpelier, who plan to end a few day duuk hunting. Practically every ntnnecutter work ing at the South Main street bridge was discharged yesterday when the wall cap were completed. There were several men working there during most of the summer, and during the past few weeks the number was increased. Ten were discharged yesterday. Harold Mather, a glove salesman, who ha been stopping for several days at the home of Mr. and Mrs. . A. Bradford on South Main street, left yesterday on an'itinerary through the middle west, Iowa, Minnesota, i consin end Illinois. He expects to re turn to the Barre district about Christ mas time. Mr. and Mrs. Stefano Argente and two children of High Hoi born street, accompanied by John Comolli of 9 High Holborn street, went to New York City Sunday night and from there expect to sail to Vipgiu, Italy, this week. The etnt of their stay in the old wuntry will depend upon con ditions of the country. Montpelier hi:h school absolutely re fused to cancel or postpone the game with Spaulding high school, so that Spaulding would be enabled to resume relations with fioddard seminary, here, next Saturday for the first time in 10 year. Spaulding's management want-' ed to play Montpelier high school here Ihursdav afternoon instead of Satur day afternoon, but, a stated. Montpel ier refused. .N particular reason was given. A continuous supply of flat car to the Barre granite manufacturers ha eliminated almost entirely those storked tip yards of finished granite monuments. The extraordinary influx of car began early in September, con-i tinued through that month and Oe- tolter. and from last Thursday to Sun day 75 empty ear came into the local va'rda. However, there exist a car thortart in the quarrying district TALK OF THE TOWN Scissors, plain razors and razor blades sharpened like new at Drown's Drug store. adv. Aprons for everybody from baby to grandma. Prove It by investigating. Congregational fair. adv. Houghton A Robins' store will be closed all dav Thursday and open un til 0 o'clock Wednesday night. Long-distance ana general trucking; all pneumatic tires. Granite City Bot tling Works. Call 716-M or 746-W adv, Everybody turn out for the North Montpelier dance and show given by the (Iranite City Five tomorrow night. adv. Why not buy the Sonora talking ma chine at first and avoid disappoint mnnt later? Barre agency at Bailey's Music Rooms. adv. Carroll' special orchestra promises extra good music for the second annual armistice ball in Howland hall, Nov. 11. Don't misa it. adv. When in need of rubbers, call at the Eastman store. Our stock is complete and the prices are good. Open Wednesday night until 9 and closed all day Thursday, Nov. 11. The Kautman Store. The large tWo-lenement dwelling lo cated at East street and owned by Neva George of Littleton, N. 1L, has been purchased by Robert Inglis of this city, who for several years has oc- icupied part of the house. The pur chaser buys for a home. AH men of the Presbyterian church, whether members of the Men's club or not, are cordially invited to hear Rev. A. M. Markey of William town give his address in the church vestry on Wednesday night at 7;'M. Rev. Mr. Markev will have a talk worth hearing. Refreshments served at the close. ad. William S. Crane of Randolph, na tive of Williamstown and for nearly 40 years a resident of South America, will give a "talk" on South America in town hall. Brook-field, Wednesday evening, Nov. 10, at 8 o'clock, under the auspices of Mystic Star lodge, No 97, F. and A. M. Admission 25 cents, including war tax. Mr. Crane's lec ture will be preceded by a short lit erary and musical program and the en tertainment should prove very inter esting and instructive. The entire pro ceeds will go to help pHV for the dec trie light plant, Mr. Crane giving his services to the lodge, ot which he is a member. adv. SEVERE STOMACH PAINS CORRECTED Mrs. Pineau Tells of Remedy That Built Her Up and Made a New Woman of Her. nf (iraniteville and Websterville, accord ing to C. I). Waters, traflic manairer of the Quarriers' and Granite Manufac turers association a shortage of 300 ears. Iram crew are working over time in an endeavor to meet demand. and the possibility is that the situa tion will he remedied in a short time, as Mr. Water has conferred with offi cials of the M. A W. R. R., Barre A ( hclea, and the Boston A Maine, with the result and assurance that a good supply would be shipped here daily if possible. Regular meeting of lro iHii tribe. No. Itt, to-night at ft:3fl. Work, adoption and warrior' degree. Wh choen tril. So. will J confer adoption degree. Corn and venison will he served. MARSHFIELD t Temple meeting will begin promptly at 8 o'clock next Wednesday evening. A general good time and social hour will follow the meeting and it is hoped that every member will make an effort to be present. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Story of Chelsea were recent guetts of Miss Ruby Da- is. Anna L. Burnham visited relatives in St. Johnsbury a few dav last week. John French lias rented Hubert Hol liater'a house on Depot street. Mrs. (iriffith of Thelsea visited her cousin, Mrs. B. U Cameron, recently. Mrs. Hubert Hollister expecta to leave soon for New Jersey to pend the winter. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ward of St. Johnsbury were visitors in town Sun day. it i reported that John French has purchased the hotel property and in fixing it over into a tenement for his help. Mrs. Lizzie Robinson was in Barre and Williamstown last week. Mrs. tiraee Preston has gone to be housekeeper for Horace Hill during the winter. Mrs. Flora Hall of South Cabot is ited Mrs. Lucv Bcmis for a few dav recently. Wilbur Colton wa very pleasantly surprised Friday evening, Ot. 29, when atiout 25 of his young friends assem bled at his home to help celebrate hit Ifith birthday anniversary. (James, singing, etc., fSirnished amusement for all and refreshments of i cream, rook ie and cake brought the occasion to a happy close. Congressman Porter H. Dale and Col. F. B. Thomas gave some very inter esting addresses at the Republican rallv at K. of P. hall Oct. .". Clifton Ward ha finished his work in Moretown and returned home. Mr. H. A. WiNon is taking care f Mrs. Andrew trlis. Mrs. Ixmise Sanborn, who has len staying with her daughter since her le turn trom .New Hampshire, lias g-ne into her own house now and expects to remain there during the winter. Rev. ( buries N. St. John of M'.nt pelier pave a very interesting address at the Congregational church Thursday evening, Oct. 2S. The I'vtnian ursmstic rluo was greeted bv a 75 house at (Jroton Tnes dav etening, tK-t. 20. This makes their total receipts from "The Cowboy Shcr ifT almost 1300. Miss Annie .Johnson was at home from Barre over Sunday. Edgar Martin and Mr. and Mrs. Karle Akey and daughter, Ruth, of Rochester were retrnt guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Davis. E. J. Rntter, optmetrist, from Mont pelier will be at Cieorge Bliss' Fri day and Saturday. Nov. 12 and 13. Call and have vour eve examined. adv. It is a poor treatment for ftomnclj trouble that treats the stomach alone. In many cases the cause of poor ap petite, sourness of the stomach and other discomforts following a meal, is thin blood. The food ferments in the stomach and is only partly digested because the stomach is weak. The great difference that rich, red blood makes in the digestion is illus trated by the story of Mra. Napoleon rineau or JNo. t;j7 forest a'jnue, Port land, Me, "I was on the verge of a nervous breakdown after three years' illness." says Mrs. Pineau. "There was an al most constant pain in my stomach and I suffered from sour stomach and gas. My heart fluttered at times and I had shortness of breath. I also had, headaches and was so nervous that the crying of my baby upset me. If I hurried my heart beat so fast that I would have to stop and rest. "I read about Dr. Williams' Pink Pills in the newspapers and bought a box. After taking one box the head aches were not so severe and I felt a little better. I was so encouraged that I kept on with the treatment until the stomach pains left me and I was able to eat without any painful after-effects. I am no longer nervous and feel much stronger. I would nbt be without Dr. Williams' Pink Pills now and strongly recommend them." A booklet, "What to Eat and How to Eat," which tells about this treatment, will be sent fre on request by the Dr. Williams Medicine Co.; Schenectady, N. V. All druggist sell Dr. Williams' Pink Pills or tbey will be sent by mail, postpaid, on recipt of price, 60 cent per box. adv. WATERBURY Chicken-Pie Supper Menu. Menu of chicken-pie slipper, Congre gational church. Wednesday evening, from fl:.1fl on; price, 75c, children un der 12, Sue. (hii ken-pie Mashed potatoes Cranberry jelly Celery Cream 'of tartar biscuit TurnhiiU's cherry ice cream Aorted cake Coffee alv. Card ef Thanks. Regular stated con vention of Vim-it ia lodge. No. 10. KaigM of Pythias, Tuesday, Nov. n, at 7:30 p. m. Work, rank of esquire. A good attendance de ire4. Per order C. C Special convocation of ...... k . n v A r i -, Tue4av. No. . at 7 r. wt. i I T.i hear!. It i oVirNt "hst all the officers be present, rer order F- H. P. To the Brookide Community club I extend my sincere thanks for the lovely gift presented to me. Not only do I vsliie it for the warmth and com fort it give but for the assuram-e it gives of the friendship and good will of the neighbor and friends from whom I have been o long separated. True friend make the world a better place to lite in and may you all be blest with them. Mrs. P. Bat belder. Card ef Thank. I wish to thank sincerely all try friends who were so kind and tbouch ful to me while at the City hospital, especially do I ih to thank the nores for their conMant care and at tention. Mrs. r"r Morgan. Wetic. Regular nwetir.g of lunpers. toxer and !-rrrlncs iisk will He IVM No.. 9 in Worthen Mk at T:.T p as. Full altendaa reiueie,l. Per outer mrr-poMig eretarr. H. E. Gray- of the flraylawn farm. Inc., who is now located in New port, was in town Saturday, closing up some business affairs. The company, which has been manufai-turing "Louse Chase," is now putting upon the mar ket "Scab-Chase" and "Flea -Chase." Besides the member of the Gray fam ily there went with them from here, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cutler, E. E. Hill, Samuel Clark, who came from Boston, and Selim Pea body of Colbyville. George Demeritt also goes as a sales-J man. They have had two on the road 1 for some time and are now putting on four more. The family and their co workers will be greatly missed here in town, but it is hoped they may re turn here for the coming summer. People were pleased to welcome M's Flora Sracel at the Congregational church Sunday as one of ur former members and earnest workers. She has come from Kansas City and is a guest of Mrs. D. W. Cooler. Mrs. J. E. Crossett and Mrs. R. J. McMullin were in Burlington last week, guest of Mrs. Wallace Howe. A film sum wi netted at the annual thanksoffering for foreign mission ef the women's missionary society of the Congrecational church, held with Mrs. H. R. Demeritt Wednesday afternoon. The committee in charge were Mr. Haves. Mrs. Iemeritt and Mrs. Steele Miss Katherine Worcester, secretary of the Vermont branch, spoke in an inter esting manner of "Workers and Teach ers in Different Countries, showing pictures of same. Vocal duct were rendered by Mrs. Demeritt and Mrs. Adams, Mrs. Adam accompanist. Re freshments were served and a social time was enjoyed. John O'Neil has returned to his home in North Duxburv, after ten days in Boston. William ONcil, who has heen in Brattleboro on road work with C harles Dulie, is having a short vacation at the home of his mother, Mrs. Maria O'Neil. Miss Kate Shev of Brattleboro is also visiting there. Mr. O'Neil re ports Mr. Dulie as doing exceptionally well there. He formerly lived on the Parie pla-e. Mrs. Karl Woods and son snd Mrs. Hannah Diwning of Fairlee are guests of Mrs. L. S. Hills and other rela tives. Rev. Edward C. Hayes preached a very helpful sermon at the Congrega tional church Sunday. All were glad to wectdme him back to his pulpit. The union justice ticket elected at freemen' meeting were C. B. Adam. M. C Barber. K. K. Campbell. G. 11. Dale, C. C. Grave. S. R. Kennedy, F. C. Luce, E. S. New comb. J. H. Ring. H. P. Robinson. A. H. Smith, C. D. Swasey. The Duxbury lust ices elected are Lewi A. Morse. Edwin F. Palmer, Howard P. Kennedy, Ezra S. Sherman and Fred R. Ravlin. Mrs. Mertie Huntley Palmer sold last week to W. A. Richards the tene ment house near the home place. Mr. and Mra. A. H. Morse have em ployment at the Vermont state hos pital and have entered upon the same. Mis Lena Carpenter, R. N., of Rochester. N. Y.. goes to Montana soon to be a guest of friends over Thanksgiving, and later to l-o An geles, where she will visit Mrs. Irene Henry Paine and nrohahlv take tin j ------- w , professional work there. I Mr. B. t . Almott of hast lorintii i again at the home of her son. Charles C. Abbott. At the state Maccabees rally held in! Barre, the Waterbury review had 27 present and received first prize of HO for the largest delegation. Mr. H. D. Hopkins received a captain's jewel for the splendid manner in which class ini tiation work was done. Miss fJertrude Miller was home 'rum Mont)olier over Sunday. Miss Ermina Miller is much improved. Iaid turner of fNouth Imxmiry nil ked on Nov. 3 a strawberry stem containing a green and ripe straw tic rry. Mrs. William Corliss tu at the Fanny Allen IiiH-pital Sunday to see her husband, who suffered a fractured leg. He is reported a doing very well. Mi. William llaxes, woo has been quite ill. is improving. Mis Mildred Smith of Montpelier seminary spent last week with her grandmother. Mrs. Cora Preston, at the Wallace home on North Main street. Ket. (ieorge H. Lmk kept buy on Sunday. Had the service at the bo pital. then a wedding at the parsonage. Morning serM-e at the Methodist Epis copal rlmrch with sermon by pastor; erice at North Duxbury in the aft ernoon, and preaching sen ior again in the evening. the Trarl'r lnsurn-e company ha paid to the eta'e of Mrs. Mark lj,fflin .'... it being liah-l.ty m- nr?i"e r ji rr ied ,y H. W. ri ian.' Imv aotom.'t'ile arcidea'ally kill's!' Mr. F-a-tBian. A. W. Mnard, state innranoe. Korkland Reading Framingham Leominster Hyde Park Wakefield Adams Company Good Goods Good Service Our Stock Reducing Still Continues Sale We are offering some values we could not possibly give if it were not that we must turn a certain amount of our stock into money at once. A few .of the Special Items are mentioned below, but many more are to be found on our counters. Children's Dresses and Rompers Some exceptional values in Rompers of fine nice chambray and gingham, also dainty dimity with hand-embroidered effect. LOT 1 Prices were $1.50 and $1.75. 98c LOT 2 Prices were $2.50 and $2.98. $1.98 LOT 3 Prices were $3.50 and $3.75.. $2.98 Both Dainty and Durable Dresses for the little folks. Sizes, 2 to 6. . Best quality material, prettily" made and trimmed. LOT 1- - p Prices were "k $1.98 to $2.25... JLJU Boys' Blouses and Suits of exceptional quality. The tub-proof, sun-proof, well-known Kaynee Brand. LOT 2 Prices were $3.50 and $3.98. 2.98 LOT 1 BLOUSES Were $1.50 ... 98c LOT 2 BLOUSES Were $1.98 ...$1.39 LOT 1 SUITS Were LOT 2-SUITS Were $3.98 ...$2.98 $2.98 ...$1.98 Visit Our Bargain Basement Where you will find many .Odd Leots. All Sales Final. No Refunds or Exchanges. 188 N. Main St. The Daylight Store '"Ni'dner Clinton Wofcum Plymouth Kene, N. H. Barre, Vt. agent, of Brat llelwiro wi a buvinet vinitor in town last week. Mr. and Mr. K. K. (ampliell and Mr. and Mr. K. I. Oarvey t.pent Sun day at t lie? (.'ampliell cottage in High pate. Report of the pood times enjoyed by the fiOO club at their prop-endive dinner are ntill current. The soup course was with Mr. and Mm. .Neahiiry; Anil course with Mr. and Mra. William Park; dinner couroe with Mr. Hnd Mr. K. K. .Irmly n; naiad course with Mr. nil Mm. ,T. F. l-Mimervillo; tlesitert with Mr. and Mr. R. W. Putnam and the Halloween pranki and frame, unci it in oaid, another Rood meal, with Mr. and Mra. W. H. B. Perry. This club in reported to have had many v'ool timen together and the member are looking forward to many nociaj time. C.iiesl of honor were Mr. and Mr. Ralph Brown of Putnamsville. No Longer Mere Ornament. "The farmer i no lonper depicted with liayiteed in hi hair." "I should nay not!" aaid Mr. Com toel. -JlayiteVd i too valuable a neccnnity jw-t now to be used merely mt an article to personal adornment." Washington Star. WILLIAMSTOWN Hugger or Growler? Hub (just returned from hunting trip) I had quite a narrow escape one day. Came near being mistaken for a bear. Wife It wouldn't have been much of a mistake at that Boston Tran script. Still Worse. First girl What can be more ag gravating than a man who tclU you of his love and never mention matri mony ? Second girl A man who tell you of hi money and never mentions matri mony. Boston Transcript. No Cabaret for Him. Farmer contemplating trip) I! reckon there a powerful lot o sights! to i-ee in New York. I Wife I s'poee so, but eem Ira goin with you. there a powerful lot ; of 'em yoii ain't goin' to see. Boston I Transcript. j The ladies of the Congregational church will give their annual chicken pie supper Friday cvenine, Nov. li. Come to a good supper and entertain ment. adv. The Minpah class of the Methodist Kpincopal Sunday school will meet Wednesday evening with Mrs. Charle Blanchard. Mrs. .lason Martin conduct the mission study. It is reported that Clarence H. Wil fore ha bargained for Mr. Ktta M. Cove!!' houite on Construction hill and that it will be tenanted by Harry O. Anderson. The annual meefinir of the local branch of the N. KOI- A. will be held. in Odd Fellows' hall on Wednes day evening, Nov. 10. All farmer and their families are invited, Ice cream, made at the new cooperative cream ery in Barre. will be erved and it i expected that there will be speakers from out of town. Mis Margaret Matson, who has been at work on Bcckley hill, Barre, during the summer, is at home for a few dav. Mr. W. X. Roberts, now of Chel sea, wa in town the first of the week to get a few things left from moving and to call on friends. Misses Dorothy Walsh, Kfther Seav er and Ila teaver spent the week end with school friend in Graniteville. Harold P. Crosby, the new superin tendent ot the Urange northwest ats- trict, is now located permanently i town in the house belonging to W. I Jones, lately vacated by Waldo I Glover. Mis Bessie M. Poor is employed Hcaton hospital, Montpelier, and Sadie -M. Poor is at Miller' inn. Superintendent Waldo F. Glover, noj ot the schools ot uarre iown, oa moved to 6 Wendell place, Barre. J. T. .lamieson, real estate agent lias sold for Theodore Wilfore his prop erty, known as the tJeorge Nichol place to M. J. McLean, who buys f a future home. Last of the Mayflower. I)r. Rendel Harris, chairman of th Mayflower council of Kngland, ha tried to determine the fate of the im mortal little ship that carried the firs batch of pilgrim to New England ir law. It ia generally believed that th Mayflower made a second voyag across the Atlantic in 1629, and that ii ltl.53 she sailed again to Boston, carry ing goods for John Eliot, the apostle o the Ked Indians, and hi disciples. Aft er this, all i mere conjecture. A ship, described a3 the famous oh ship "Mayflower, is traced as be-in; chartered" to the East Indian company in NI3U.- If this wa the original, ah. was lost at sea on her homeward jour nev. Other authorities, however, aftini ihiif. the Mayflower became a whalin.: ship. tStray Stories. RK201 (Tablets or Cranwlaa) lL INDIGESTION With or without watart pluunt to tmko. QUICK RELIEF! Price, 25-50-75 maoi r SCOTT MWNI MAKERS OF SCOTT'S EMULSION K. MACRAE No. to Mile Bldg., Phone 364-R Whete every purchase mean a saving Special Reduction Sale All This Week on Suits. Coats, Dresses, Waists, Etc. Actual Savings of One-Quarter to One-Third Tailored Suits-, regular $45 to $55 values $39.30 New Coats, regular retail values, $32.50 24.73 Dresses, regular $22.50 to $2.50 values 1 $18.75. $22.75, S2G.75 Voile Waists All at Special Sale Price. Georgette and Satin Waists at a Special Discount from our usual low prices. JTJST DP ONE FLIGHT The email expeasee mea a blf aa1af te ye rTTTTrrrrnrrii;iiii!;?i,!,",;"i;yttttttgg Rainbow Fair This Week, Friday and Satur day Howland Hall An unufually attractie program ar ranged for each evening. 8 to o'clock. Dancing 9 Until 12 Music by Landi's Orchestra f;. e t r a ir of the nights for the un. Admii"H, Pig IOC Some Flour Specials 14-bbl. Lucky Bread Flour, at the store $3.25 1-8-bbl. Lucky Bread Flour, at the store 1.63 1-4-bbl. Haversack All-Round Hour, at the ' store 3.15 1-8-bbl. Haversack All-Round Flour, at the store 1.60 3.00 1J53 1-4-bbl. Snowdrop Pastry Flour, at the store. . 1-8-bbl. Snowdrop Pastry Flour, at the store. . Delivery 5c on 1-8 and 10c on 1-4 barrels. 10 lbs. of new Rolled Oats for 10 lbs. of Bolted or Granulated Meal 10 lbs. of fancy hard Onions for 6 rbsu of Sweet Potatoes for 100 lbs. Winter Onions, delivered $2.00 The F. D. Ladd Company 50c 45c 25c 25c