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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, RARRE. VT., THURSDAY, APRTL 18, 1912.
Sale Opens
Saturday
at 9 A. M.
Ladies, Take Notice!
The greatest Hamburg Sale going to open on SATURDAY MORNING AT S A. M.
We have made a purchase of 1 lot of Swiss Hamburgs in bands, insertions and edges
from 3 to 17 1-2 inches wide, and offer the entire lot for the very low price of
10 c per yard
Judge for yourself the quality of this lot of merchandise. We limit the quantity of
the 17 1-2 inch embroidery to only 5 yards to a customer. Other width any quantity
you wish.
Notice our Window Display Tonight
Be on hand Saturday morning at 9 A. M. to get some of these good values.
The Homer Fitts Company
No mail or telephone orders received on our Saturday sales.
THE BARRE DAILY TIMES
THURSDAY, APRIL 18, 1912.
Weather Forecast.
Rain to-tiitfht and probably Friday
morning. Variable winds.
TALKOF THE TQWX
A Fixed Chatged Assumed
for life insurance ba made comfortable
the old ag of many neti -j1io took and
carried it for the benfi:, of Uir fam
ilies. Get the imhit. N'.vfiotia! Life in
surance company of Vei inont. (MiihikI.)
officer'
The annual communication
of Granite lodge. No. 3.5, K.
and A. M will be held Fri
day evening at 7 o'clock for
dispatch oi business, report
of committees and election at
Refreshments will be served
8. S. Bollard, general agent, wveiice j bv t,lp (1ief. of thj,() E s at thc ciog;.
block, Montpelier, Vt.
I'er oici'-r V". M.
1 Made and Modeled by W. S, Peck Co, !
X OF SYRACUSE
X This means standardized clothes that are out of the
common run of ready-to-wear clothing different be- $
cause they are designed by style creators whose under-
standing of the manly form is unsurpassed. Trained
workmen, operating under the most competent, con-
I scientious and critical supervision, design, cut and tailor t
these clothes with infinite attention to detail. The
results are clothes that will bear comparison with the best
T . . .1 L T
rne custom lanor can turn ouc, no matter wnai price ne
may bluff you into paying.
PRICES HERE RANGE FROM $10 to $22.
(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
$3.00 to $3.50.
E. E. CUTTS & COMPANY
Telephone Call. 344-W
Corner Main and Pearl Sit. Next Door to Dreamland.
TALK OF THE TOWN
The federation rummage sale will be
held Thursday and Friday. Apiil 18 and
10, in the afternoon and evening.
vc.".':.,. Regular meeting Hiawatha
ErHft l'Nlge. I. O. O. l. this evening
Sfa&'.t 7:3" o'clock. Work, initia
tory drgrec. J'er order noble grand.
Nainsook sale at Fitts.
.Muslin curtains, 7fc values for 50c a
pair. Henry V. Knight.
Drop side metal couches, with mat
ti sse, at City Auction Rooms.
See the Bailcv Music Room ad. on an
other page for low prices on. pianos.
See the Railey Music Room ad. on an
other page for low prices on pianos.
Two good pianos at City Auction
Rooms, on sale, also one.wiall orgatr-
Cse the sanitary sweeping compound,
Dustbane, for stores and halls . Distrib
uted by the N. D. Phelps Co.
New sugar wili bo served in the Uni
versalist vestry Thursday evening, April
18. All invited. Price 10 cents.
There is only one Dustbane ami noth
ing just as good, so insist upon having
it. If you have not tried it, come in
and get 'a sample at the N- D. Phelps Co.
Companion court. No. 757, I. O. F.,
will hold a sugar social in Foresters' hall,
Worthen block, April 10. All Foresters
and families are cordially invited. Com
panions please bring doughnuts. Free to
all Foresters and families. R. S.
All Democrats vvjm favor the candi
dacy of James E. Burke of West Rut
land for national committeeman arc in
vited to attend a meeting in the inter
ests of his candidacy, which will beheld
in the city court room next Thursday
evening at 7:30 o'clock.
When you need a Pill
TAKE A
Brandretfis Pill
Entirely Vegetable.
For CONSTIPATION, BILIOUSNESS,
HIAOACHI, DIZZINESS, INDIGESTION
:! rrogram loaay
Lovely Hair For
Girls Boys
The man who is bald at 30 can usually
blame his mother.
it is a mother's duty to look after
her children's hair; to be sure that a
dressing is used that will destroy the
microbes of disease, will banish dandruff
and promote a growth of luir.
Mothers who use PARISIAN SAUK
need never worry about having bald
headed sons at 30 or girls with faded,
coarse-looking hair at any age.
For the Red Cross Pharmacy knows
PARISIAN SACK so well that it guar
antees it to abolish dandruff; to stop
itching scalp and falling hair, or money
back.
And children as well as their parents
love to use PARISIAN SA'iK, for it is
so refined and pleasant and makes the
head feel fine instantly. .30 cents.
TALK OF THE TOWN
New line of shirt waists at Fitts'.
Tell your neighbor of the Hamburg
sale Saturday at Fitts'.
Social dance at Plainlield house hall
Saturday evening. April i!0.
A free McCall pattern with every $1.00
cash purchase this week. Henry V.
Knight.
City Auction Rooms, where you will
fiiyl new iron beds, springs, mattresses,
chairs, roeker-J, pedestal tables, at low
prices.
An Unusual Offer
One Dollar's worth of the
BEST DRY GOODS
And a
15c McCalls Pattern
Your own selection for $1.00
all this week.
HENRY W. KNIGHT - Barre, Vt.
Successor to Veale & Knight.
TOO LATE TO -BE CLASSIFIED.
WAXTKD Inad of manure. A. Tumasi,
Beckirjr JHil). Telephone couneotion. TJtl
TO RENT Small tenement In tlis rreneh
Hlork. Apply to George A. Keeil at t City
iucer's office or at t Orang street. Mil
100 C ASKS Or KGG8 WANTED We will
rar .' per doteo (in trade) lor rgn until May
lit. 'J her rriuat strictly fresh m il no call
oma. we will receive tuem at in nainingien
and Kant Barre stores. McAllister UruUier-,
r-ast Hrre, Vt. mio
HOI SI-HOLD FL'RMTUKK FOR KAI.K
All oar household furnlturt at jrlv:e sain, all
nearly n-w. ouartereu oak ilium set, umhnu.
any chiffonier., dreniiliig tat'ie. Mokca. an i
center latne; a lo modern refrigerator, ranee,
etc. Cill letw.n S.3U toB.JUanu after 7.3up in.
A, J. Knapp, ( amp Street. '&it
CASTOR! A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
:
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x
X
X
:
Bears the
Signature of
TANNEO AND SAWYER.
The aet beautiful, a high-elans singing
novelty, introducing oil and water paint
ing. Not a cartoon act, but a novelty
that's entirely new and has a big surprise.
SACHS AND VALLIN.
The Hebrew and the girl, in a scream
ing Hebrew comedy act. A laugh from
htart to finish.
THE WIDOW OF RICKEY O'NEIL.
A dandy little eomedy drama, told
in the Southwest, full of eomedy anil
action. .See the broncho-bushing con
test. It's great.
LOVE VS. STRATEGY.
A fine dramatic story, deeply ahutirb
ing, thrilling and full of heart-to-heart
interest.
THE FOUR WILLIES
"The Four Willies" in their new side-splitting comedy act, "THE LAST
DAY OF SCHOOL," Friday, April 19. See them The best yet
MISS IONE OHIO, Pianist.
ADMISSION, 10 CENTS. CHILDREN, 5 CENTS.
MANUFACTURERS' SALE OF HIGH-GRADE
Po Tl TFMl TrVvO
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MJO Ji MiTO
12
Days
More
Only
The artistic temperament
of the renowned
Adelina
Patti
was stirred by the rich,
melodious tone of The
Piano, the universal favorite, and her endorse
ment is an index to its high grade and capac
ity to satisfy the most critical.
Sale Ends
May 1st
Positively No
Pianos
Sold Alter
This Date
FIVE REMAINING BARGAINS
A New Hat
will make just the needed
addition to your new spring
wardrobe
A distinctive showing of
the newest and most stylish
Hats in both soft and stiff
shapes.
A wider than usual se
lection of Soft Hats is ready
for you today.
$1.00 to $4.00.
Frank McWhorler Co,
I III!! ! 13 liHI
mm mm ii m
n eai maiin mmssmhipiiiii iinaim
Put Your Feet Into
New Spring Crossetts
All the latest Crossett
models now ready. Style
in every line. Quality
in every bit of leather.
Good workmanship in
every stitch. Comfort
at every point, from heel
to toe. Easy to select
your exact shape. Wear
Crossetts this season.
$4 to $6 everywhere
Lewis A. Crossett, In&, Mke
North Abintfon, Mas.
Union Clothing Company
Why wear hand-me-down
Clothing when you can
get a good
All -Wool Suit
Made to measure for
$13.75, $15, $17, $18
and $20 and as much
better as you want up
to $40?
I will be at The Otis
every Thursday afternoon.
Please call and examine
goods.
Make, quality and fit is
guaranteed or no sale.
Remember, Thursday afternoons.
M. p. STRANAHAIM, Agent
WATERBURY, VT.
$300.00
$275.00
$250.00
$250.00
$200.00
$375.00 Haines Brothers -$335.00
Marshall & Wendell,
" $300.00 Marshall & Wendell,
$300.00 Foster & Company,
$300.00 Brewster
-SPECIALS-
$600.00 Player Piano $500.00' $500.00 Player Piano $400.00
3 Playable both by hand and perforated, music rolls. f$ Two Pianos in one. Sounds every note on the keyboard.
1$ Stool, 'bench and scarf, 15 rolls music free.
NO INTEREST
i Do not be deceived by small dealers who offer to sell second-handed pianos for new. CJ We do not have to live
with our pianos to prove their worth. J Our guarantee is a strong one. We present each customer with a liberal
guarantee as evidence of our faith in the supremacy of our pianos and player pianos. J They arc right because we
make them so. j Car fare allowed to out of town purchasers.
FOSTER PIANO ; COMPANY,
ALDRICII BLOCK
BARRE. VERMONT
DREAMLAND
THEATRE
THE HOME OF GOOD PHOTOPLAYS
For the Honor
of the Family
Tlip rxtrrmes to which mmt men
v ill go to win a woman dramat
ically sot forth in this rm
jihiitic rcht'iirsal of real life.
The Oath of His Office
A powerful western drama.
A Ccmprcm's
and
A Boarding House Bcmance
Two screaming l.iibin comedies.
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lano races
-AT-
GOULDS
for the next 15 days will remain as they were fixed 15
years ago, although it c sts more to build a really good
Piano to-day than at any time within my knowledge.
Every observing person in Barre knows that my every
day values have never been equalled. I know of no
way to cut prices for speeial occasions, or, in other
words, how to take off a hundred dollars, unless it
has first been put on. My prices are made to fit the
no-store-rent, no-agents, no-commission plan, and they
never need trimming. Placing the same pianos in this
community for 21 years has convinced all of their real
value, and I am prepared to prove that no other dealer
has ever sold these pianos within 25 per cent, of my
established prices. Six hundred of your thoughtful
neighbors have purchased pianos of me at a saving to
themselves of over $50,000. It pays to think, and while
you are thinking write for catalogue of
BLASIUS & SONS, ALBEECHT & CO., REGENT,
JANSSEN, AND MILTON PIANOS.
YOUES FOR A SQUARE DEAL.
58 Spaulding St. H. A. GOULD, Barre, Vermont.
GOING FISHING?
There is but one best place to buy your
FISHING TACKLE
and that is at Averill 6c Co.s Hardware Store.
Here is somethin2 special for those who
come early A Genuine Steel Rod for 69c
Other Rods from 10c to $7.50.
C. W. AVERILL & CO.
No. 81-83 Nortk Main Street. Barre,Vermont

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