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YOUR WORD IS AS GOOD AS A BOND-WE TRUST YOU'
20
PER CENT
A
PER CENT
Discount
i
L
CTOBER
26TH.
On Every Article and
More on Some Things in
Our Entire Establishment
"Household" Ranges, Edi
son and Victor Phono
graphs and Records Excepted.
lU Discount
On Every Article and
More on Some Things in
Our Entire Establishment
"Household" Ranges, Edi
son and Victor Phono
graphs and Records Excepted.
j
ANNIVERSARY SALE
OCTOBER
26TH,
1908
OOKING back over our eight years of businsss enterprise,
each with its trials and difficulties to be overcome. It is
but natural we should swell up with modest pride and
feel a deep sense of gratification to the people of Burlington and
its surrounding towns who have made our success possible. Tak
ing it all and all, we know of no better way of showing our ap
preciation than by having a great anniversary sale demonstrating
by the values offered that our success has not, perhaps, been un
deserved, and that this is Burlington's busiest furniture andhouse
f urnishing goods store by reason of its unmatchable values in honest,
up-to-date merchandise. The anniversary sale will last through
out the entire week. Every article marked in plain figures with
the original price tickets. All you have to do is to deduct 20 per cent,
discount. We promise you sensational specials in every dept.
every day and trust you will accept our cordial invitation to come.
This liberal discount applies to CREDIT CUSTOMERS
as Ivell to CASH CUSTOMERS everyone treated alike at
BURLINGTON FURNITURE COMPANY'S STORE!
Let Nothing
Keep You f
I Away from
This Sale
PARLOR FURNITURE
8th Anniversary Sale
ANNIVERSARY SPECIALS IN
Pmmmm
"I
8TH ANNIVERSARY SALE.
All clejnnl assortment of Sanfords !)0 Tapestry
Carpets, nil of Fall IDAS designs, extra special an
niversary sale price per vnrd 69c
Snni'ord's ten wire taps in handsome patterns, regu
lar tfl.20. anniversary saie price 80c
Sandt'ord's Ili'.di Grade Velvets, the. best wear
ing carpet made, anniversary sale price per yd 98c
Axniinstcr. the $1.;") quality, the richest de
signed carpet woven, sale price per yd 1.10
Best make.--, all wool, Ingrains from the best mills in
the country, such as Lowell Bristol Pa., etc., p.
yiird 6Dc
Wool Tnion Itirrnins, fruaranteed fast colors .. 44c
Filn-o carpetinjjs in plain preen or figure, the b.-s-medium
initio floor coverin'' for sale, our special priiv
pe;
39c
China and Japanese mattings as follows, (sold in n,
less quantities than half rolls):
2Uc quality, at per yard 15c
23c quality, at per yard
19c
:src quality, at, per yard 27c
H)c quality, at per yard 33c
r(Je quality, at per yard 39c
DOc Floor Oil Cloth, per yard 39c
10c Floor Oil Cloth, per yard 33c
lioc Floor Oil Cloth, per yard 25c
$1.2.") Inlaid Linoleum, per yard 89c
7."c Imported Linoleum, per yard 59c
fi.'ie Cooks Linoleum, per yard 49c
$5.00 Lace Curtain, per pair $3,95
$4.00 Lace Curtains, per pair S3. 19
..j.i) hace 1 iirtams, pur pair .
II
1
$3.19
$2.25
$2.00 Lace Curtains, per pair $1,58
$1.39 Lace Curtains, per pair 95c
:ixu iMDro Jiufrs in variety .of patterns, the most
-Military rur made for bed rooms or even sitting
room, special $5,9,r
Five frame "Birruea" in size 9x12, handsome pat
torus and colorings, marked low at $13. 50, special
sale price $10.80
Sandford's 9x12 Tapestry rugs, regular $10.7ii,
sale price . $13.40
Sanford's Velvet Rugs in 9x12, special price $20.00
The best grade Axniinstcr rugs in 9x12, special $25.00
1J.;U 'tapestry J'ortiercs, special $10.00
$9.f0 Tapestry Portieres, special $7.50
T-'i.i.) tapestry Portieres, special S2.95
i.;(J Tapestry Portieres, special ... $5,85
.JU t apestry J'ortiercs, special S3 95
$2.25 Tapestry Portieres, special $1,89
$..)() ( ouch Lovers, special $5.95
.ro.ui) 1 ouiyi I overs, special $4.75
$1.25 Couch Covers, special $3.39
$2.49 Couch Covers, special $1.49
All of these couch covers even to the regular $21 1
to bo sold at $1.49 special are guaranteed full GO inches
wide, and over three yards in length with heavv knotted
fringe all round. The greatest values ever offe'red.
Tliis is the most magnificent parlor suit vo
or any other firm, has ever sold for this price. It
is so unusuaj that wo want our old customers
and friends to take advantage of it. If you
want a parlor suit that you can show your
friends with pride, and at the same time one
that won't tax your purse, get this on our
say-so. Anniversary sale price $32.50
Match it, you can at each 33 more than
our price. Remember every parlor suit, 3 or 3-
piecc, every odd parlor piece, Morns Chairs,
etc., are all offered for the week at 20ri discount.
IMPORTANT
Please note the goods offered in this Anniversary
Sale are not a conglomeration of odds and ends, ok'f
styles, second hand stuff etc., but our own excellent regu
lar stock specially reduced for the occasion. We can not
impress you too forcibly with the timeliness of the offer
ings nor the splendid saving to be effected. This sale is
the most important of the year, and while it is devoid of
sensational features, it abounds with sensational values
in every dep't that should command your careful atten
tion. Remember! IT'S CREDIT OR CASH.
20 Per Cent Discount to All.
BEDROOM FURNITURE
8th Anniversary Sale
Chamber suits all of our regular carefully
selected stocks. These suits may be had with iron
beds in place of the wood beds, at no extra cost, and
every suit on our floors is included in this Anniver
sary Sal's at 20'o discount.
A
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Every Dresser, every Commode, everv Dressing
Table included in this Anniversary Sale. J
BEDDING DEPARTMENT
8TH ANNIVERSARY SALE
Comforts and Blankets
In this department we witfli to announce a
greater cut than 20 per cent., on account of the
great stock we have on hand and will therefore of
fer some numbers at 0 discount of 33 per cent, for
our regular price marked. These goods are entire
ly new and every one guaranteed as represented
A full 11-quarter wool blanket shrunk in the
wool; they come in white with colored border, ab
solutely fast. These blankets are in a class by
themselves, light, fluffy, warm, washable,
worth $3.93 the pair at $ 2.95
Others as low as 49c
Comforters reduced from regular ', so.ii.id
The selling of our blankets and comforters
will be the big feature of this sale. We have this
much to say to you, you positively can not afford to
miss this sale, especially in blanket and comforter
offerings right in the season, when these are most
in need and you find a extra incentive like this to
stock up for the winter's supply.
fifm
180-184
Pearl
Street
1
"Out of the
High Rent
District"
EXTRA SPECIAL
IN A COMBINA
TION, BED
SPRING AND
MATTRESS OF
FER. BED EX
ACTLY LIKE
CUT.
This bed is "Ked Diamond" brand, which
means the best finished bed made, value of
this bed is $10.00
A combination, cotton top, bottom and
all sides, mattress value $4.50
An all metal Xo. 1 National Spring with
full count lulienls, value $6.00
Total value $20.50
Kxtra special during our Sth Anniver
sary sale $12.50
Other combinations at equally low prices.
Brass and Iron Beds 20 Discount
Mattresses all grades 20','. Discount
Springs all grades 20' ,: Discouut
Steel couches 20rc Discount
Child's Crib 20fi.. Discouut
Child's Cradles 20'"c Discount
THE DUKE STILL IN TURIN.
vldriilly Still .Negotiating for Per
mission to Mnry Mmi Klklns W'nn
Dlscournxcd Yestcriln)",
Turin, Oct. 25. Tho Duke or tho
Jlbruzzl is still In Turin and tho quos
Jlon of his depnrturo for America hits
developed a kind of mania among tho
residents here. Kven the most Insig
nificant Incident Is Interpreted nc
Jlrdlng to the wishes of tho observor,
ns strong presumptive, evidence that
the Puko Is cither uliout to tako his
departure or else 1h hooii to rejoin his
lilp. Ho appears In naval uniform, tin
mediately tlin report spreads that ho
lias abandoned tho Idea of ffolrig to
Amorlcn, as ho la evidently about to
resume his duties on shipboard. The
following day ho appears In civilian's
dress and takes his meals at a res
taurant; Immediately the conclusion
Is reached that ho Is about to leave
the city having closed up his house.
Although the duke never mentions the
subject of his marrlugo nor his plans,
every word that ho speaks with his
friends is submitted to tho same nrbltrary
Interpretation as his movements,
Thoso who sen hlrn dally, while claim
ing complete dgnoranco of his Intentions,
do not believe that he Intends to leave
for the United Slites for Mime time at
least. Hut It Is certain that them Is a
frequent exchange of cipher telegrams
between him and King Victor Emanuel
and his elder brother, tho Duke, of Anstn.
Special rmssengfri at 3 I a borne many
letters showing Hint negotiations still are
going on with regard to his marriage to
Miss Klklns. This morning ho visited tho
Queen Dowager Marghorlta at her
Chateau nt Stuplnlgl and remained with
her for a considerable time. Tho duke
then returned here, appearing to bo great
ly cast down. Ho retired to Ills apart
ments and did not appear again during
the wholo dny.
PARKHURST HAS RESIGNED.
Will Not Serve Longer n President
of Society for rrevrntloi of Crime.
Now York, Oct, 25. It became
known to-day that Hov. Dr. Charles 11.
I'nrkliurst has resigned tho presiden
cy of tho Society for tho Vrcve.ntlon of
Crime, an officii which he I held for
17 years. The resignation a.d the rea
son for It will l,o formal v announced
at n dinner to bn liolil at the Hotel
Ciothnm next Thursday night at which
Rev. Dr, Parkhum will be Hie guest
of honor. Tho board of directors wlM
iiruepi mo resignation nt 'heir next
meeting which win t e.irlv In No
vember. Dr. Psrkh hob.. uri'pflSOr Will
be elected at the saniR m..ting
nr. rarKlium became president of tho
society through n serni"'i ,nnt ne
preached on municipal politic n 1W0 at
the Madison Ko,uar PreshytcMin Church
of which ho Is the p.mtor " Tim 'He Hev.
Dr Howard Crouhv wllp '. then presl
dent, was so Immwuttf' tlmt he Invlled
Dr. I'nrkhurt to ,PRn ,i'ennlncd
campaign njulnn trafficking In ll'i'ior on
the Sabbath and iignlnst gambling He
took an active part In the light and e
tended the work to other forms of vice
His activity brought down on his head
n equal amount of praise nnd ciltlclsm.
Hut ho continued In his work and' many
times made startling charges against of
llclals of tho police department.
DEDICATE NEW Y. M. 0. A.
Warn Krrrtril li- tb Stuilebnkrr. ut n
Cost of 2.10,000,
South Ilend, Ind., Oct. 25.A V. M. C.
A, building, erected by Studebnker
Ilrnthers Manufacturing company aa
cost of i50,pOO was dedicated and for
ninlly given over to tho association
to. day by n larjro audience. Colonel
George M, Studebnker mado the pro
si ntntlnn address. Vlce-li csldent Chas.
W. Fairbanks made tho principal ad
dress, paying tribute to tho ritude
baker Ilrothors and their sons and
thanking them not only for the city
but also for tbe State and nntlon for
their gift. J. M. Studebnker Sr., head
of tho firm nnd the last of the five
brothers, to whose memory tho build
ing has been erectcil made a few re
marks appropriate to the occasion.
Ten thousand persoict Inspected the
building to-day.
Seoul, Oct. 25-A mngntflrent hospital,
built by the Japanese government was
fonnally opened Iwro to-day It Is one
of the finest Institutions in tho Mr Bast
und Includes a school of medicine.
C. J. MAGNESS DESERTER.
Huntinnil nf l.nter Sen. (.orman'M
Dniiglitrr In Custody.
Philadelphia, Oct. C5.Charlcs Joseph
Magncfs, husband of tho daughter of the
late Senator Oortnan of Maryland, who
was arrested In Ixjulsvlllo charged with
being a deserter from tho Vnlted States
navy, was brought to the Philadelphia
navy yard to-day. Magness was placed
In t'10 brig of tho receiving ship Lan
caster whero ho will bo held until the
lime set for his trial by cort martial,
Ills wife did not coiao heo with him.
He Is tbe first man to be Incnrcerat i
under tha mw law which docs not com
pel putting tti MtMuor bi irons.

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