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TH E EAST HAM P T O N STAR, FRIDAY, SEPTEM B E R 4, 1925 T he Published every F riday morning Entered *t the Po*t Office at Boat B a m ftoa, N. Y ., as second-class matter B. E. BOUGHTCTN ..... .. ........ P roprietor W E L B Y E. BOUOHTON -------- E t t m S a k i e r i f t i r a Rrfh A year, i f paid hi adra**«.._.......$ 2.60 COM PANIONSHIP “ God, love and m o n ey” are given as the \th ree prim e consolations known to man in the difficulty of his life” by C h ristopher Morley. Morley says th a t w ith all three consolations m an is suprem e ly happy, w ith one of them he is contented and with none o f them his life is filled w ith despair and is em p ty of all joy. E v e ry com m u n ity knows its mem ­ bers who having God ask nothing m o re from life. W ith them God is love and m oney and life itself. There are other men and women who have love and desire nothing m ore. They obviously give n e ith e r thought nor care to God or money. A s fo r the m em b ers o f the hum an fam ily who are happy w ith th e ir \m o n ey bags,” they appear contented in th e ir work of m aking and spending m o n ey. All three of these groups seem to find life w o rth living and are probably seldom heard to complain. B u t perhaps there is a fo u r th con­ solation unsung by sage M orley, but none the less consoling to m an. This fo u r th consolation is the pow e r to think. There is no g r e a ter consola­ tion than the ability to think alone. R elatively few people can tolerate m e d iating solitude, bu t m a n y envy those who can. T h e re are m en and women who know of no b e tter com­ pany than th e ir own thoughts. They are called philosophers and th e ir thoughts and w o rds are eagerly sought a f te r by solitude-fearing people. W e will extend M orley’s prim e consolations to include “ thought.” Consoling ourselves w ith thought don’t we finally find ' th a t all four consolations are bu t symbols of som ething else— com panions W hy does man tu r n to God, love, money, or his thoughts bu t fo r com­ pany? Isn’t i t a f a c t in the final anal­ ysis th a t m a n ’s one consolation is so­ ciety, no t necessarily of people, bu t of som ething? Some then will find consolation in God, others in love, others in m oney and still others in th e ir thoughts, but all in the com­ panionship thus offered to them. THE W ONDER WORKER There is probably somebody in this g r e a t country who does no t know th a t “advertising pays,” but if there is he, or she, is w o e fully ignorant of Am erican business and comm ercial achievem ent. Those tw o w o rds, “ad­ vertising pays,” form one of the fundam e n tal rules of business and joined w ith “service” spell success to the business man who observes them. All of A m e rica’s phenom enal business enterprises can trace th e ir grow th to large scale advertising. By advertising th e trad e nam e “ Kodak” the E a stm a n Company gained p r e ­ em inence in the m a n u facture and sale of cam e ras and photographic supplies., N e w spaper advertising and the poster board form e d the magic carpet on which such products as W rigley’s gum, Fletcher’s Castoria, the Ford, the V ictor talking m achine and countless others soared to world-wide fam e and to fabulous w e a lth fo r th e ir creators and adver­ tisers. U n c easing and unbounded ad­ vertising explains why the Am erican says “ K odak” fo r cam e ra, “ V ictrola” fo r phonograph, “ Uneeda Biscuit” fo r cracker and “ H e rshey b a r ” for chocolate bar. In every kind of business th e r e is some far-seeing and enterprising m a n u facturer, distribu­ to r or m e rchant who places him self and his product above the common level by setting advertising to work fo r them . W h a t has been accomplished in the past through advertising is being duplicated or excelled today by n a ­ tional m a n u facturers and local m e r­ chants. A new fabric is m ade fam o u s and given a national dem a n d 'a lm o st over night by widespread advertis­ ing. A new autom o b ile builds up a national dem and fo r itself m o n ths before it is placed on display with the aid of extensive advertising. In every com m unity there are old m e r­ chants who have retained a thriving trade through m any years by regular and heavy advertising or who are building-up prosperous businesses in new stores by the old “advertising pays.” A d v e rtising has become ju s t as essential to business as service and a storeroom . TW S r EVERYDAY PHILOSOPHY S u n s e t m agazine asks the ques­ tion: “ A re you a law b reaker? Of course you are! How could you hope to obey all th e laws passed by your city, y o u r state, and y o u r national congress? If you should em p loy the m o st able law y e r in th e land to guide you he could »ot read fa s t enough to keep inform e d as to the new legislation and m u ltiplicity of co u r t decisions.” Since we can’t even hope to know w h a t all the laws are it follows t h a t we m u s t violate m any of them (says th e m a g a z ine). C h arles A lexander, ed ito r of the Albany, Oregon, D e m o c rat, poet, nov­ elist, critic lite r a r y editor, Bays the tru t h is quite as S u n s e t has stated it, we have reached a state of m ind w h e re we m u s t, by th e term s of necessity, use ou r own discretion and be ou r owri judges of w h a t is proper and w h a t is wrong. The fa c t th a t a thing is law no longer im p resses us. The m an who craves a d rin k and can g e t it, says the m agazine, feels no m o ral re s tr a in t. Tell him th a t he is a law b reaker and he will laugh and cite instances to prove t h a t you, too, are a law b reaker. This is an indict­ m e n t hard to escape, says philoso­ pher A lexander. It is a tru e in d ict­ m e n t, one into which enters n o t alone the idle pom p o sity of A m e rican laws in trivial m a tters, b u t also th e of­ ficial lack of recognition of fu n d a ­ m e n tal tendencies in the individual which m ake to w a r d his decent t r e a t ­ m e n t of his fellow citizen. H e a r him fu r th e r : T a k e ,th e traffic law. If fo r ty m iles an h o u r is needed to m ake th e hill rig h t ahead on high gear, and the w ay is clear and safe, ninety-five p e r cent of drivers will speed to fo r ty m iles or m o re. It is a m a tter o f th e ir own judgm e n t. A regard fo r fu n d a ­ m e n tals is the g reatest attrib u t e of any fu n d a m e n tally free people, the enforcem e n t of detailed regulations is a sign of the u n free serf. The m o re law s t h a t are passed the less effective they will becom e. T ru th is the m iddle ground, the no-m b n ’s- land, w h e re so few m en ever venture. Law is good. Too little law is bad. Too m u ch law is bad. A sensible, am o u n t of law is j u s t right. In A m erica we have alto g e th e r too m u ch law, and illu s tratio n s cited are m erely exam p le s of w h a t obtains in a dozen o th e r d e p a rtm e n ts of daily endeavor. NO A R T IFIC IA L RAIN Once m o re prosaic, m a tter-o f-fact science blasts th e hope of reg u latin g th e rain f a ll by artificial m eans. The w e a th e r b u reau asserts t h a t f o r prac­ tical purposes ra in m aking p e r or­ d e r is still a long w ay beyond sight. Once m o re the rain m a k e r m u s t d e f e r assum p tion of control over the clouds. From tim e im m e m o rial im ag­ inative individuals have pictured them selves in th e role of Jove, re ­ leasing th e floods from above or dam m ing them back. The latest e f ­ fo r t in this direction w a s along scientific lines and, it is claim ed, p ro ­ duced results. B u t those who view th e subject from th e practical stan d p o in t and who are in position to know w h a t they are talking about, ra te th e elec­ trically charged sand m ethod as hold­ ing no real prom ise and releg a te i t to th e limbo reserved fo r such efforts. N a ture still clings to some o f her prerogatives, including control of rainfall. “The C loaJ R ider” The nose diving into th e lashing sea in a big seaplane; a crash into a redwood tree tow e ring into the sky in his lighter airplane and num e rous other Btunts calculated to thrill the m o st blase th e a tr e g o e r are am o n g the featu res of “ T h e Cloud Rider, A1 W ilson’s new a i r stu n t m elodram a which is com ing to E d w a rds’ t h e a tr e on Saturday. “ T h e M aa in B lae” “ T h e M an in B’.ue,” U n iversal- Jew el, com ing to E d w a rds’ th e a tr e next M onday, is the screen version of the sto ry w r itten by Gerald Beau- m o n t and published in The Red Book m agazine u n d e r th e nam e o f “ The Flow er of N a p o li.” The hero is an Irish policem an played by H e rbert Rawlinson, and the heroine is a little Italian Flow e r girl played by Madge Bellam y , R aw linson’s co-star. E d ­ w a rd Laem mle directed. The sup­ porting cast include Nick de Ruis, C esare G ravina, and H a rry M ann. “LIG H T N IN ’ ” W hen John Golden started a new vogue fo r “clean A m erican plays,” it was his intention to co n c e n trate ex­ clusively on th e stage. However, about a y e a r ago W illiam F o x , the fam o u s film producer, prevailed upon him to extend his laudable idea to th e screen. C o n sequently, M r. Fox ill th is season p r e s e n t .seven 'of Golden’s g r e a test successes to pic- ture-g o e rs th r o u g h o u t th e w o rld. The first of this notable series, “ L ight- n in,’'” will be shown at Edw a rds’ th e a tr e here T u e s d a y and W ednes- nesday. It was in th is g r e a t classic th a t the late F ran k B acon won un./ dying fam e by delighting the blase B roadw a y ites of New York. “ E r e ’* S e c r e t” “ E v e ’s S e c r e t,” a P a ram o u n t pic­ tu r e co-starring B e tty Compson and Jack H o lt, gives H o lt a breathing spell from so-called “ W e s terns.” B u t a t th a t Jack is known as “ T h e K iller” in th e production, com ing to the E lite th e a tr e , Sag H a rbor, Sunday and M onday. “D a ring Y o u th” Film follow ers who have been ask­ ing w h a t has happened to Bebe D an­ iels will have an opportunity of wel­ com ing h e r back again when she ap ­ p e a rs a t the Elite th e a tr e , Sag H a r­ bor, com m encing Tuesday. H e r lat­ est p icture is “ D a ripg Y o u th,” p r e ­ sented by B. F. Zeidm an. In it the screen fav o rite has a role of g r e a ter possibilities than any she has enacted fo r a long tim e. C a st as a typical society girl who j observes m a rriage as a sp e c tato r and j draw s u n p leasant conclusions th e r e -1 from , she shortly has an opportunity, o f p u ttin g h e r selftau g h t lessons in ­ to practice. As the re s u lt of h e r observations she m a rr ies w ith th e strict under-J standing th a t she and h e r husband are to see each o ther only on certain days of th e week. C o n v e n tionalists m ay scoff b u t it is one th a t has been w o rked out i n ' real life by no less a person than j F a n n ie H u r s t, the authoress. C o u n t-, less o th e r couples are also follow ing: this exam p le . The difference is th a t j while th e i r experim e n t is still u n d e ­ term ined Miss D a n ie ls, as A lita Allen, draw s it to a logical conclusion. SOUTHAMPTON DEFEATS LOCALS Eloren Inning Game Ends With Runner on Third SCH ULTZ HAS BALMY DAY M a ttituck W i n O r e r Southold, Plac- iag T i e di at H e ad of League; M u it W ia E v e ry Game Archeological Society Formed on Long Island EVERY TAX REDUCTION HELPS A b o u t 9,000,000 persons m a k e in­ come tax retu r n s . B u t 100,000,000 m o re A m e ricans help m ake the m o n ey the 9,000,000 pay. None es­ cape th e tax. The governm e n t spends $10,000,000 a day. The people have to earn th a t m o n ey and pay it to the governm e n t. If fed e ral econom y causes a saving of $ 1 , 000,000 a day, th e m o n ey saved will not be piled up to m ake a treasu ry surplus, b u t left in th e hands o f th e people. U n f o r­ tunately, to a large extent, national governm e n t econom ies are offset by local governm e n t extravagances or bad m anagem ent. B u t the fa c t th a t th e re is saving anyw h ere is cause for rejoicing. A cu t in th e incom e tax a t least will save m o n ey to help pay local taxes— u n til they also m ay be reduced. The nice thing about a bad start is it gives you m o re to brag about a f te r you g e t ahead. H a v ing a two dollar bill m ay be bad luck; b u t n o t having one is often worse than that. The m an who talks to him self w a n ts to hear som ething he can be­ lieve. Mail robbers who w a n t w h a t’s com­ ing to us g e t w h a t's com ing to them . A t a m e e ting held a t the Arsham - onaque Inn, Southold, N. Y., on A u g ­ u s t 16, 1925, th e Long Island C h ap­ te r of th e New Y o rk S tate A rcheol­ ogical Association w a s form e d . The object of this A ssociation, ju s t organ­ ized u n d e r th e auspices of the S tate M useum, is to prom o te study and in­ telligent, research covering th e arti facts, rites, custom s, b’eliefs and other phases of the life of the aboriginal occupants of New Y o rk S tate up to and including co n tact w ith the w h ites; to preserve th e evidences of these people, and to co-operate with the S tate Association in effecting w ider knowledge of New Y o rk S tate A rcheology, and to help secure legis­ lation fo r needed ^nds. The ch a rter m em b ers of th e Long Island C h a p ter include N a t E. Booth, S o u thold; Edw a rd S. Vail, O rient; G r a n t E. S terling, G reenport; C h arles S. Goddard, M a ttituck; R o y Latham, O r ient; B e n n e tt De Beixedon, South- old; Ellsw o rth G rathw o h 1, Cutch- ogue; Dan H. Young, Cutchogue. The follow ing officers w e re elected : President, C h arles F. G o d d a rd; vice president, N a t E. B o o th; treasu rer, Roy Latham ; secretary, B e n n e tt De Beixedon. The annual dues are th ree dollars and any one wishing to join the so­ ciety should com m u n icate w ith the secretary, B e n n e tt De Beixedon, Southold, L. I. L. V. I. S. M E E T ING The L. V. I. S. will hold its m o n th­ ly m e e ting Tuesday, S e p tem b e r 8 , a t 3 p. m., a t th e home of M rs. H a m ­ ilton King. E. W. Snyder, Secretary. A n n o u n c em ent is m ade of th e en­ gagem e n t of Miss M arion D. C a m e r­ on, daughter of Mr. and M rs. Alex Cam eron of Southam p ton, and L e s ter N. Neulen of Northfield, Minn. (B y C. R. S.) W e u n d e r s tand the New Y o rk Yan- eea w e re recen tly aw a rded th e blue ribbon fo r losing over two thirds of th e ir gam e s by one ru n . I t is said they have m ailed the blue ribbon to E a s t H a m p ton, who have lost p r a c ti­ cally all of th e ir gam e s by one run, W h e ther it is fate, diplom a cy, or skill, th e fa c t is E a s t H a m p ton in the last t h r e e gam e s has had tw elve men stranded on th ir d fo r th e w a n t of a wallop. This w a s p a r t of the trouble last S a tu rd a y a t Southam p ­ ton. Six tim e s they had ru n n e r s on second and third and th a t was as fa r as they got. It seems as if o u r boys do n o t re s o r t to the b u n t enough, and th e h i t and ru n gam e. Then an ­ o th e r cause of th e ir dow n fall was too m u ch Schultz, th a t boy had one of his best days, he passed only th ree m en and stru c k o u t fo u r teen . Boiled down, m e a n s he Btruck o u t every b a t t e r f o r five innings, which is mow­ ing them down. Southam p ton should have won the gam e in th e ninth inning and n o t let it go to th e eleventh. In th a t inning a f t e r g e ttin g two m en o u t and two strikes on the batter, th e y gave P^- te r e i t his base on balls. He stole se­ cond and th ird , and on a passed ball cam e hom e tieing th e score. From then on it becam e a p itch e r 's b a ttle. In Southam p ton’s eleventh inning, w ith tw o down and a ru n n e r on third, H o rton stole hom e while W a g ­ n e r w a s about to pitch th e ball. W a g ­ n e r daw th e m an com ing and threw th e ball home. I t w e n t so high Peter- eit had ab o u t as m u ch chance to g e t it as I would two hundred dollars fo r one. The m ain featu res of th e gam e outside Schultz’ pitching w a s the successful m a n ipulation of th e old hidden ball trick by P e t e r e i t and F r itz . I t worked to perfection., Billy Ross executed a double som m e rsault in going a f te r a fly b u t cam e up w ith th e old sphere in his hand. B u tler, Southam p ton’s catcher, w e n t in am o n g the autos to back up a throw to first base. I t w a s m u ffed and B u t­ le r w a s rig h t th e r e to grab it and g e t th e nian ru n n in g to second. Now M attitficft, having defeated Southold last S a turday, th e y m ove up to first place while E a s t H a m p ­ ton slid down to second place. A b o u t th e only hope fo r E a s t H a m p ton is to w in every gam e from now on. A t t h a t th e y will tie M a ttituck and will then have to be played off. Tom o rrow we have Southam p ton h e re and it is hoped w ith Leddy in th e box to square up th a t gam e last S a turday. M a n a g e r Lynch recently protested th e gam e w ith Southold on account of th e ir p itcher Salm o n being with the W a terb u r y team of th e E a s tern League all sum m e r, th e reb y becom ­ ing w h a t he called a professional. P resid e n t F itch of th e League, ruled differently and tu rn e d down th e p ro ­ test. N o t satisfied w ith the ru lin g he got th e re, he took it up w ith John B. F o s ter, ex-secretary of th e Giants, and now head o f the Sports Publish­ ing Company, 45 Rose S tr e e t, New York. M r. F o s te r ’s reply was, “ The player to whom you re f e r is not an am a te u r in any sense of th e word. Games in which he took p a r t would no t be rated as legal by any com­ m ission of athletics. A copy of this l e t t e r was also sent to M r. Searfoss, in charge of the boys’ and girls’ clubs here. This was his reply, “ I w o u ld class th is player as a professional and would b a r him from all am a teu r athletics.” Since P resid e n t F itch has re n d e r ­ ed his decision, in all probability th e re • w ill be nothing done, b u t it does seem as if th e ruling was wrong. E a s t H a m p ton AB R H SO E B a rns, c. f _________ 6 0 0 1 0 Ross, 2nd b_________ 6 0 0 2 0 M iller, 1. f _________5 0 0 3 0 Brew er, 3rd b ________ 5 1 2 0 0 Strong, r. f _________5 1 2 2 0 F . Leddy, 1st b ______ 5 0 0 2 0 Jordon* ss. __________ 5 P e tereit, c ____________ 5 1 1 0 1 W a g n e r, p _________5 0 2 2 1 G. Leddy, 1. f ________ 2 0 1 1 0 4 9 14 4 Southam p ton AB R H SO E Zeloski, 2nd. b . ______ 5 1 1 0 0 Smith, 1st b _________ 5 1 1 0 1 B u tler, c _____________ 5 0 1 0 4 B e n n e tt, 1. f _________ 5 0 2 1 0 ,Schultz, p. __________ 5 0 0 1 0 H o rton, c. f _________ 5 2 0 1 0 C allahan, r. f ________ 4 0 1 2 0 Beck, s s . __ .j. ________ 4 1 1 1 1 5 7 7 6 E a s t Ham p . 0— 4 South’m p ton 1— 5 H its off W a g n e r 7; off Schultz 9; struck out by W a g n e r 7; by Schultz 14; stolen bases, E a s t 'H a m p to n , Southam p ton 3; le f t on bases, E a s t H a m p ton 9, Southam p ton 4 ; passes by W a g n e r 5, by Schultz 3. Do n o t leave E a s t H a m p ton w ith­ o u t taking a subscription to the Star. INSTITUTE INSTALLS NEW RAIN DEVICE An overhead irrig a tio n system th a t will w o rk itself all night and d istri­ b u te the w a ter evenly over a com­ plete sem i-circle is th e la t e s t addi­ tion to th e equipm e n t o f Long Is­ land’s farm school. A c c o rding to P ro­ fessor D e itz of th e D e p a rtm e n t of H o r ticulture, this rep resen ts th e m o st m o d e m equipm e n t available fo r the purpose. The device, called an oscil­ lato r, o p e r a tes itself when once set in m o tion, tu r n i n g slowly so th a t th e effect is sim ilar t o a steady ra in ­ fall. A heavy w a terin g once or twice a w e ek is m u ch b e tter, ays P ro fes­ so r D eitz, than freq u e n t applications th a t do n o t p e n e tr a te b e n e a th the surface. Seversfl new irrig a tio n lines have been installed fo r stu d e n t use. A p o r­ table system th a t m ay be m o v ed from one field to an o th e r as needed has also been secured, m aking the equipm e n t of th e d e p a rtm e n t ade­ qu a te in all w a y s fo r in s tr u c tio n in th e grow ing of vegetable crops. No tree s grow in Iceland, except a species o f low willow. ENJOY A GOOD BEST EYery Night On a SEALY TUFTLESS MATRESS Guaranteed 20 Years HERBERT L. PARSONS AG E N T — PH O N E 7 M. C. NORTH Employment Agency 826 Lexington Avenue, (a t 83rd S t.) Telephone R h inelander 4681 B ranch Office SOUTHA M P T O N , N. Y. F ir s t Class Male and F e m a le Help Island Railroad TIMETABLE Effective May 21, 1925 (D a y light Saving T im e ) 4:511 5:11 9:51] 9:57 3:49] 3:55 4:311 4:38 Penn.j F la t. A r r. II Lv. [FlatTj'Penn. S ta ’nl Ave. E. fi. E. H.j Ave. IS ta’n 9 : 4 G|J 6:48] 9:34j 9:42 li 8:06 12:06|12:08 6 : 5 1 11 2:26] 5:49] 5:57 8:001 7:25| 1 0 :53 10:59 For Better Results on Your Farm O w «*.*•» t a r a a n Icaow h r aotw a l e ip e - r lea e s (ta x th e “ Z” Engine to t h s c h s a a e a t “ kir*4 haln\ they c a n e m p l o y . T k t fl a e s t a n g la s rrer o f- fered .^S U a s 1 ^ h . p. “B igger ralne forth© moaey” has been the Fairbanks-Morse idea for more than half a oentury. As a result, Pairbonks-Morse Prod­ ucts are being: used today on more than a million farms. S u n d a y and H o liday T rain s 4:30 4:34 9:01 6:17 9:52 9:52 9:02 9:07 12:47 3:35 6:49 6:5( 10:30 10:39 1:36 6:20 9:47 9:51 5:24 5:26 8:58 b 8 : 14 11:40 11:46 S a tu rd a y s Only (E x c e p t M ay 30 and Ju ly 4) 12:57| 1:02] 4:18]] .......... ...........1-. a3:23 3:31 Sunrise Special 6:10 e7:16 9 :44| 9:50 -Runs F ridays only; e— Runs M ondays only. b D iscontinued a f te r Septem b e r 20. E x c e p t M ay 30, Ju ly 4 and Sep­ tem b e r 6 . S u n d a y schedule will be operated on M ay 30, Ju ly 4, and Septem b e r 7. W e ek-day service w ill apply on other holidays except as noted. T rain leaves E a s t H a m p ton fo r M anorville and stations to G reen­ port, w e ek-days except holidays, 10:47 a. m. P. H. WOODW ARD Gen. Passenger A g e n t We are proud of the reputation we have made for prompt vulcanizing service Each of our patrons is an advertiser for us RICHARD CORWIN Light mod Petser Plants T h e Fair W a t i- M o r M H • • L i g h t a n d f o w w P t u t taslM pIo, sofa, a a d dcy — SaUla. B o t h a l s c t r l c lig h t a n d t i i l i a p o w e r fraas o ne ptoat a t o rut cost. \B ” Peed Grinders Stu r d r , !«nt« capac­ ity , cfflcieat. Grind y o u r f e e d w i t h a F a i r b a n k s - M o n o T y p a “ B \ G r in d e r a n d m a k o ©Tory b u sh- e l pay. Ho m e W a te r Plants W a t or an d e r pressure la on* of th e g r e a t e s t m o d e r n com forts you ca n ha r e la your hom e . T h e r o ’s a size an d type a < Falr- honks-M o rso Horns W a ter P lan t for e very r e p a ir oat ecu. Steel BcMpse WlndmuJLs S e lf - o llln g , all parts enclosed . Easy run­ n in g . A ll-m o tol con­ stru c t io n —b u ilt f o r a life tim e o f service. The Fairbanks-hdorte One oisa includes tvosMng machines, gen­ eral service pumping aqudpmmt. pump Jacks, power heads, etc. Coma In and let us give yev a free demonstration. CHARLES V. MAPES E A S T H A M P T O N A u t h o r i z e d D a s O e r FAIRBANKS-MORSE p r o d u c t s Rose DeGate, Mason Contractor FIR E P L A C E , B R ICK AND T IL E PIA Z Z A S A SPEC IA L T Y JO B B IN G POOLS AND BIR D B A T H S C O N T R A C T IN G STO N E W ORK PLA S T E R IN G C E M E N T W ORK B R ICK L A YIN G ESTIM A T IN G K ing S tre e t P h o n e 32-W Last Call for August Clearance Sale JUST THINK! DRESSES SOLD A MONTH AGO AT $18 AND $20, NOW SACRI­ FICED AT $10 This item alone is worth inves­ tigating. Besides, w§ have other attractive bargains awaiting your inspection. SHOES—formerly sold at $8 to be closed out at $3.98. BATHING SUITS—reduced 33 X % . Men’s straw hats sold at half price. I. cTHEYER EXCLUSIVE AGENT FOR BARRETT, NEPHEWS & CO., CLEANING AND DYEING Our gardens are now at their height of bloom and I we are prepared to meet all your requirements for! cut flowers, either for the daily decoration of the| home or for special occasions. PH O N E 344

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