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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE. VT., SATURDAY, APRIL . 13. 1912.
Avoid Cheap Substitutes n r aker's reakfast Cocoa IS OF UNEQUALED QUALITY For delicious natural flavor, delicate aroma, absolute purity and food value, the most important requisites of a good cocoa, it is the standard Sold in V lb., Yi lb., Va lb., and 1 lb. cans, net weight ) Trade Mark On Ererjr Package BOOKLET OF CHOICE RECIPES SENT FREE WALTER BAKER & CO. LIMITED Established 1780 DORCHESTER, MASS. Modeled and Made eW. S. Peck Co. bythi OF SYRACUSE THIS means standardized clothes that are out of the common run of ready-to-wear clothing -different because they are designed by style creators whose understanding of the manly form is un surpassed. Trained workmen, operating under the most competent, conscientious and critical supervision, design, cut and tailor these clothes with infinite attention to detail. The results are clothes that will bear comparison with the best the custom tailor can turn out, no matter what price he may bluff you into paying. PRICES HERE RANGE FROM m 4- too 1J LU 4 4. (All Union Made.) New Neckwear, Shirts, Hose, Shoes and Oxfords. Come in and look them over to-night. Remember the REED SHOE, the one we advertise and stake our reputation on. All sizes and colors at- $ 3 to '3.50. F. E. Cutts & Co. Telephone call 344-W Corner Pearl and Main St Next door to Dreamland t -uu il mill II Piano Buyers ATTENTION Piano Buyers 70STElR EM OFFER $25.00 .eaucnon On the Following Pianos 10 DAYS ONLY $375.00 350.00 335.00 300.00 300.00 285.00 250.00 Haines Brothers -Haines Brothe.s -Marshall & Wendell Marshall & Wendell Foster & Company Armstrong - - -Brewster - - - $350.00 325.00 310.00 275.00 275.00 260.00 225.00 PLAYER PIANOS $600.00 Marshall & Wendell 450.00 Primatone - - - $575.00 425.00 Stool, Bench, Scarf, 12 Rolls Music Free. Most extensive line of Pianos in this section. Tuning Free one year. Souvenirs to ladies. NEW ALDRICH BLOCK Barre, Vermont. Open Evenings TEDDY TALKS POLITICS Despite Hint of Hosts Twas Against Rules DISCUSSES CORPORATIONS Says He Thinks Hearers Want to Know What He Believes In New Hampshire To-day. Springfield, Mass., April 13. Although given a broad hint not to talk politics, Theodore Roosevelt Rpoke an hour- here last night and it. was all politics. Aftar paying his respects to the speaker, who la ill the injunction upon him, he flatly stated lie believed his hearers wanted hin to ay what he believed, and pro ci eded to do bo. The forbidden speech wan delivered before the Commercial Travelers' club, whose constitution, Roosevelt was told, expressly forbids political discussion. When the toastniaster, a Taft support er, arose, he made no reference to his own political belief, and paid a com pliment to Roosevelt as one of the conn try's most distinguished men. The colonel, after expressing a deter mination to talk politics despite the re striction, spoke of control of corporat ions ami explained his views regarding the courts. Jlc asserted the government present policy toward the corporations was wrong, and that it was futile to try to control "big business" with a law suit. "It is bad to have a policy of strang ling husines," he naid, "but worse to have a policy of a shiirn strangle. Later he said, "Last night President Tuft stated that those who advocated my policies regarding the judiciary, wish to put an impious Imud upon the ark of the covenant, llv fight is for jus tice." The colonel will spend all day to-day campaigning in New Hampshire. Charles W. Morse, the American ex! convict banker, has begun his iinal fliii' at life. The half-score of eminent spe cialists who examined the American fi nancier here, were convinced that be can not live six months, and the banker has planned a gay, luxurious tour of southern Kurope, as his last earthly pleasure. Instead of retiring to a sanitarium, or taking to the health , resorts of the Riviera, when the Florence physicians paased sentence upon him, Morse took to the bright life of the Italian hotels, refused to succumb to the ravages of the numerous ailments which alllid him, and made the pursuit of health a. merely incidental feature of his European trav el Americans in Italy were unable to account for this until yesterday, when it became known the Florence special ists had warned Morse he had but six months to live. Now they are con vinced the banker, sure of but a brief respite from death, is determined to "make the most of it." When the spring is a little more ad vanced, Morse will tour Germany. AT FCUNTAINS.HOTELB.OR ELSEWHERE Get the Original and Genuine MALTED MILK The Food Drink for All Ages RICH K'.IK. MALT CRAIN EXTRACT, IN POWDER Not in any Milk Trust WT Insist on "HORLICK'S." Take a package home GRANITEVILLE. House and three building lots for sale, right on Main street, Ginnitcville, Vt. Inquire of A. A. Smith, Barre, Vt. DOOM MORSE TO EARLY DEATH. Ex-Convict, with Six Months to Live, Plans Gay Life in Europe. Florence, Italy, April 13. Doomed to death- by the specialists of Florence, Your Hair? Go To Your Doctor Sulphur. Glycerin, Qulnln, Sodium Chlorid, Capsicum, Safe, Alcohol. Water, Periume. Ayer's Hair Vigor is composed of Show this to your doctor. Ask him if there is a single injurious Ingredient. Ask him if he thinks Ayer's Hair Vigor, as made from these ingredients, is the best preparation you could use for falling hair, or for dandruff. Does not color the hair. JT. C. Ayfr Company, Lowell, Musi. 44444444444444444444444444444444444444444444444444444444444444444444444444444444444444444444444444444 I X ' X X X X i i 4 4 i i i X X X : : x x i , ; ' ; : ; it A X yiM Ford .Model T Touring Car,' 5-passcnger, foredoor 690 F'ord Model T Torpedo, 2-passengcr $590 Ford? You are asked to buy a FORD car for what it will do, based upon what it has done. You are asked to buy a FORD car, because it is a better car not because it is a cheaper car. You are asked to buy a FORD car because it is the product of Henry Ford, who is conceded the world over to be the one great genius in the automobile industry the man who has forced refinements and improvements in automobile construction along original lines. No such word as "risk" or "chance" can be applied or can be used when you buy a FORD car. You are buying an impregnable surety an automobile that will serve you and your family serve your pleasures and your business that will enter into your life-work as well as the enjoyments of your life, to the fullest possible extent, with a price you can well afford to pay, and with an assurance of such economy in operation that the maintenance of your car will not prove a burden to you. There are more than 100,000 FORD cars in service to-day. Of this number more than 80,000 are Model T's. FORD MODEL T cars are in service in every civilized country the world over. There must be unusual merit in FORD Model T cars to satisfy this world-wide market. Wherever you find a FORD owner you find a FORD "booster." There must be a practical reason for such universal satisfaction. There were 150,000 motor cars made in America for the market of 1911. More than 36,000 FORD Model T cars were made and delivered to purchasers in 1911. This means that FORD Model T was demanded by the people in a ratio of about 1 to four of all other makes of motor cars combined. It is estimated accepting all claims that there will be 225,000 cars made for 1912. We will build 75,000 FORD Model T cars, which means every third car sold will be a FORD Model T. Is not the judgment and experience of such a great majority a safe guide for you in buying a motor car? We have already sold in this territory since January 1, 26 Model T Ford cars. Twelve of these cars have been delivered, the balance will be between now and May 15. If you place your order at once we may be able to make a delivery for the first part of the season. Call at our Garage rear of City Hotel and talk it over. X X X X . . x t X x X Perry Automobile Cotipaey X X . 4 4 4 4 X 4 4 4 , 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 Ford Model T, Comraeroial Roadster, 3-paiener $590 Ford Model T Delivery Car, capacity 7o0 pounds merchandise $700 X i 4