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Men who come to this store today will find that in
our persistent efforts to have only the best we have out
9- f- T
YOU NEED A LAVN MOWER
Our leader for this week is a 16-in. cut mower for $2.75, whicn can't
be beat for the money.
FIRST INSTALLMENT OF GARDEN HOSE
nearly gone, with another if stallment due here auy day. Let us sup
ply your wants with this.
The New Store Where Quality Counts.
A. H. WINSLOW
315 Main Street Telephone
BENNINGTON OPERA HOUSE
C. A. WOOD, Mfrr.
TWO MGHTS OINIV
Wednesday and Thursday, May 4 & 5
nfrfHtiinf the boy
rf BYEPPAYHEL IK THE
I'.i-' irl i rtii
PRESENTEP DY A BRILUANT COMPANY OF
SINGING ANP.PAHCIKG COMEDIANS'
CHORUS op BEAUTIFUL ARTISTS MODELS
A Big Cast of Familiar Characters
.22 MUSICAL HITS 22
jit Laughing Show for Old and Young
done our previous high records tor
excellence and that our clothing
stands absolutely peerless for superi
ority in FIT, STYLE and WORK
MANSHIP. Reliable fabrics and careful tailor
ing are two essentials of GOOD
CLOTHES that we provide in full
measure and nothing has been left
undone to make our clothing the
best possible at prices offered.
Men's Suits - - $10 up to $30
Boys' Suits & Reefers $2.50 up to $12
Inspection of our comprehensive
assortments will be welcomed.
Cutting & Co.
NORTH ADAMS, MASS.
and Seed Store
PROF. I D.SCHMAR.T-
DEN filial OH BRIEFS
News of the Town and Told Briefly
for Busy Headers.
MIhs Laura Une Is In Adams today.
Harry lane Is visiting In Adams to
day. John Nash
Is on a business trip to
Arthur Graves of I'ittsfk'ld is in
Charles Carroll was in Hooslck
Fred Macrea is spending a part of
the day in Troy.
Mrs. S. O. Hickox of Williamstown
visited here today.
Miss Itesslc Hacon of Williamstown
is in the village today.
Mrs. If. F. Koblnson is spending
the uftertioon in Troy.
Mrs. F.lla Roberts of Wlllianistown
was a visitor here today.
Miss Rose Simons of Mechanic-
ville was In town over Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. M. French of Al
bany are visiting friends In town.
Mrs. Walter Godley of Philadelphia
Is a guest of Mrs. Collins M. Grates.
Mrs. Frank Pratt
of River street
visit at Saranuc
has returned from a
Miss Caroline Whitman of Merhan-
Icvllle who has been visiting here,
A regular meeting of the local
of Kagles will bu held at the
hour this evening.
I X. Halllday of Plttsflcld. district
foreman of the New Kngland Tele
phone company and Mr. Motte of
Springfield were here today.
About 25 members of Stark lodge.
I. O. O. P., made a visit to Hope
lodge of Manchester Monday evening.
All report a very pleasant time.
There will be a cooking class at the
Young Woman's club Wednesday eve
ning at 8 o'clock. All members are
requested to come and bring friends.
Mrs. Alfred Mernl was taken to the
Sumarltan hospital. Troy, this noon
for treatment for typhoid fever. She
was Bcconipanled by Mr. Merat and
Dr. II. J. Cole.
Joseph A. Kvans received word this
morning that Mrs. Kvans who under
went an operation for npH'ndieltls at
St. Vincent's hospital In New York on
Saturday was as comfortable ns could
lie expected under the circumstances.
The Manner has received a letter
from one of the Indies of the village
improvement society Inquiring whose
duty It Is to wash the Hooslck Falls
car windows. Really we do not know.
posBlbly the board of health. Please
ask something ensler.
Walter J. Kly of the HurgeHs road
who was bitten on the leg by a dog
last weik was taken to a Troy hos
pita! Sal unlay. The physician at the
hospital stated that he did not con
shier the wound at all serious. The
selectmen have ordered the dog kill
We the undei signed, do nerct
agree to refund the money on a fi"
cent bottle of Grceno'i Warranted 8y
rup ot Tar If It falls to cure yum
cough or cold. We also guarantee
25cnt bottle to prove satlnraetory ot
a II. Iloughtoti
J. M. Ayros, A. S. Hathaway
Hitrwood Drug Store
U H. n.l A. ft. llawkltit
It. A. gulnlan, E. C. Woodworth
W. U Ookay O. K. Adams
WM T. LAWRENCE
THimot OII. FHACTK'AL AND AUTISTIC
Ti nto m sixr AVKM RTuor
In Tiiwn Monilavi art.1 Turlav.
T!if i e Is no other season when medi
cine is po rnuch needed as In the
i" : lt!T. The blood 1 Impure and Im
rt.ve: !hd a condition indicated by
V!a.pie!, boiiH and othfr eruptions on
V,-.i f e and body, by deficient vitality,
lo'i t.r nt petit ink of strenrrth.
'iho best ppriiiR niedicinc, iircordinif
to th experience and testimony of
thousand aiiniiilly, is
It purifies and enriches the blood,
cures eruptions, bullJi up the system.
Oct It today In usuul liquid form or
chtcvlated tablets Known us rfaisauba.
I, 4U SA1.K -Hiivlnir sold my fiirm In !oain-
four. I oiler for Sale a iiiiiulity of extrti
met-awil potatoes, nniiied "Mortifutre l.lfter.".
I'lotliiccil liu-t year llw from one hill. Price
Niels. per bushel. Allen E. lli'iKKS. Seuinliurir,
Yi'Ott NA I.K Kirir preserver: Imported wnler-
- Knew; 1 part wiiterifhixs to I'i pnrta wilier.
One pint, enough lor 12 down imt, l,rie; one
one iimi t, cihmikIi for 'i' di.u vuh. one
! ruIIiiii, ciioiikIi lor KM dozen i'kkh, 7.V. If re
piireil the waU'rirliiKH will lie put into new
ltlas.1 fruit jaw which will I e chained forexlra.
; E. J. (ircen, mil Ciikc hi. Mt'U
1,'Olt RAI.K AiiJ this 1 a bnrifiiln - H.'i acre
lul lll. li) aclTM tillable, 2ft III wood lami und
1 Mixture. ()" mi! from North HeniiiiiKton,
I 1-8 mile, from ...'liool. (iood 14 room house witli
runiiiinr wator, lionmi in likt repair. Three
1 (food burn with runoiiiK witter. t-'ine
J oivhunl. Thin furin cut over 40 tons ot
I hay lni year. V. it It thin there are 17
curds of wimhI, all in shed; 1 mowing ma
chine, 1 cull ivutor, I plow. I double natron, 1
UivUj, 1 harrow und niiiiiII 1 im'Ih; it tons phon
lllllllC, 7 IlllhllClH of nuts, 4 liui-hcls of tllllolliV.
7") llw. clover. Hi II m. rd top. Price jtilo. ; ium
down Apply to Nash Jc lliilchliia. 4-1 f
1;K WALK One of the lint liuildlntf lot
in town, coi ner West Main f I rwt and
I Hiiriiwui Avenue. Thin lot Iuim I nni on Main
Street of He feet mid depth on tluirixon Av
enue of 1H1 feet. Will Ml lit rviixonnlilc price.
If whole lot Is too lurvc will hcII en her
half. Kor further particulars Inquire of K.
Ii'OK SAI.K-l'oiililo Iiiiiim on l'lilon St. und
home pliice on Silver St. lielot'Kinif to e
tote of Mm. A. ( IliiUfliMiii. Kor furtlicr par
tuulun liuiulru of U.S. lliiigliitm. 4Utf
IOIl S.I.K-StniwtHTry ilnnt fur Riilo.
Wui l elil, TtirilH JMHr it M). M.UI wr Him.
Snmpto A liiiurt hi Dicky. I'hiiI Joni-M T.h- -r
lun. fc.lO "'r H"": ono year M At-l'iirniriiH rimtn
at T'K' -r IK), t-'i.vi 4T mm. All iva.ly now un
til Juno 1. VeTiiil'le t'lsnls Inter: 4 'iitilwire
alxnit April intli: iilroC'iiiillllower.(Vlery,Toinii
to, 1'i'i'ixT in m 'a. in slioiit June M. Al
tniiisiliineil. 1 i any M. Inihliain It Son, lhnl
miiKtoii. U. K. 1. I. Ti li i)iniio ait r
ltsAI.K-TliO two Mory frame buiMlnv
u'l lortire on the east Hiilu of Muiu
tni t. North lt4 iinliiirton, Vt.. nml th ilouhle,
iwoxtory fntnie tenement on t he win t li Hide of
;oii(hton Htnft, srt otlerel fur wile to clone
tlio extiite Of the lute (ioo. W. Walworth. Kor
Trim mid nirtleuli-H. iM'I'lv to Franklin Scott,
Administrator, North HeiiiiliiKtoli, Vt. ittt
I.'tIK S A I.K. -The two story fnuiilute rfKif
el dwelling No. lin on wt-st Milt) lN-Mit St.,
in llenninntoii villain-. This in a two .'iiniily
house, eoiniiiratiely new ami deinihly Iik-hI-eil.
Kor imitieiilara lniiiini of ('harhti N.
I'owpra. Heal Kjitate Aki'UI. SiivIuhs Itank
W'AMKIl-A eompetent cook
Mix A. J. C'oonsr.
fANTKI-Two or thnu le moimtrfltoni
at oiu. Call at Tim Whitney tonight or
tomorrow morning- before 10 o'clock. Ms
ANTK1-We want Airenta, local ami
" traveliinr, aifO 35 to UK K.iuploynieiit the
w hole year tf denim!. Pay weekly. Out lit
free. Write fur ternw. Homer N. t'hae 4 I ' ,
Nuncryiiirii, Aulniiu, Me. 67i 8
' A NTK1- A iMinjietent (fill to do ireneral
houewoik. Apply Mm llewey, Went
.IM I.Ii Mli'.ille aifol woman wantanltu-
cooklnir. no waxhlnK. in snmll prlvatu Imnily.
In(Uiiu T04 MiUn St., aeronil tliair TiiO
TATH-W'ahinirtodoiit home. Mr.
KonOlui ley. licet h St. roud. MtiV
H'AM T.l I'ifltloii a. cliatleiir. Can fur
' noli reconiniendalions. UihhI balnta
Edwanl W Inn, bliaf tstmry. Vt. 4lt2
1 ' AN'TKI) -KiiH-rleiinil me
' ' Apply Vermont llimlery
'l'KAt HK.IIS WANTK.I-Nnw, fur Spring
term and for next Kail. Ihsh school imwI
Hoiik. $l.v$7S(l; irradcH, $lil." a week; rural
mhiM.la, tsjll. Apply now. Tel. Ui-i. The
Hathaway TcacliciV Alfiincy, HennliiKton, Vt.
" ANTKU-Teiim work todo; plowing iiard
en and anything in Job work. A on
want cows and hormn to pasture. Impure ('. S.
Morse. North llninch St. Tel. UW IA MiU
ANTK1-Men WHiitol to lean) to drive
and ri'inili autoinubllca In our rvpuli
p; M-nil slainii for parllciiiani. iew bug
d Auto Co., M I remont li-cet, ll.ton.
It'ANTKl Young men to learn the auto-
mobile business by mall and ereeare for
CDHlona as ciialteur aim repair men. we
make you expert In ten weeks; assist you to
cine iMMitimi. l'ay lag; work pleiismit; ili.
inaiid for men great; reasiuiable; rile tor par
m iliar and aamplu liMton. Kmplrv Automo
Uilo Institute, lloclicder, N. Y. 33tso
'I'o HI NT House on Washington St.; film
Oiie.1: elii me liirhlit. inis. Uilh Willi hoi
and cold water. Aimly toNasli Hut. Inns.
'I'H Itr.N T lieflnible Icnemeul on Mam St.
mis. elect l ir llu his w il l nil mislern con.
vcnlclic.. Twotuiiill teiiemenls; siiltubln for
lluht Ihiiim keeping- or for one or two ipl.
In. II. J. I otter. fiiitIS'
'I'O Itf.VT Tent inciil of six nanus. Ilnth
wlih hot and cold water cniiiiilete. (ins
Iturn If iIcsiixmI.
Apply at ill!
Adams si tret
rV UKNT- lloii-e to rent on llewey S'reel.
iiiiiiiiio n. a. i'niiirsoii. an
'I'll ItKNT I Hie olllie fiHiin on Nvond tloor
til Hie Idle hlo llhs-k. Sleinii lainl. Ii. nl
reiisoiiiililo. A. h. Km Inc.
'! Ill lT - ls-snnlile
I stoitt, mill proHTiy
tenein Ills, olllcea
Willi wider ihiWit
Win. K. Iluk.i6
I'idividllal (tonigu IlK keta.
1lT 41n Sat iir lav, AprllW, lte-ii Hath.
mht biM.o ami llenry Itiuvcm', pair ot
imrler iMili, M. II. Chauiller,
STOIt N The inrtliw who ph toil no a re
nin le Itimlon lillll lion M ill niolil Irolll'le I )
rvtliruiiitf to 117 iN-ncy M. 54Ui
NF.W ST A III i;
1.1 very, r'oeil ano Kxehiuiifp, t'ompcli'iit lin n
lo wan on )ii a' nil li'iinit. iiini Ihu n, III:
Wiwt Main Si. Telephono !v, M holie) l
Co'W.PropicUT . ii.'if
Oil i.cirN 1 A no
FOR NEW YORK
COMMENCING MARCH 22nd, 1910
If eve Troy, Foot Ferry St , at 7.20 P
M. tiAHY except SATURDAY, or on
arrival of evening trains
PARI; $1 50
ROUND TRIP CaJIK')
TROJAM AND RENSSCLAEH
Mo-t mixlcrn rlxer lmata In the worhl
fllH'aS'OIIIIIIXllltloll. 4 'UIM UIM'Vll lletl,
Tlckela nnil Mule renin at hnrf ollli-r
wr nt oitlee of . 1. 4 iipelnml. Ilrnnil
n nml I Ifcli A i viuie .1 rn.
News of trie Town and Village Told Briefly
for Busy Readers-
Kugene Crahun has returned from
Ray Mallison Is working for J. Ed.
T. Hoxie Hall of Pownal was In
The Madden house on Mala street
is being painted.
Mrs. M. J. Belden la spending the
day in North Adams.
John Ryan of South street has re
turned from New York.
William Puffer is assisting in W.
C. Houran's grocery store.
Mrs. X. M. Puffer Is passing a part
of the day in North Adams.
1.. H. Fletcher who has been In the
naval service is visiting relatives
Mrs. 1. Tiffany of Union street is
passing the day with friends In North
Charles Wells of New York was
with his family at the Center over
George Townsend, 'who has been
visiting relatives here, has returned
Don't forget the social danco at
Woodman's hall Friday night, May 6.
Wood's orchestra. . 58t2
Mrs. John T. Colt of New York is
here today overlooking her summer
home at the Center.
Repairs and improvements are be
ing made in the interior of the Cum
iniiigs barber shop.
Dr. Harry Suiumersglll of New Ha
ven, Conn., is visiting hlB mother,
Mrs. KM J. Tiffany.
Harry Gore is confined to the house
as a result of injuries from being
kicked by a horse.
A number of rooms for the opening
of the Walloomsac Inn about June 1
have already been engaged.
The regular monthly meeting of
the Putnam hose company will be
held at the rooms this evening.
The sales room of the 1 1 old en Ia-oii-ard
Co , will be open Tuesdays only,
as formerly until further notice.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Roekwood of
North Adams were here today to at
tend the funeral of Mrs. Ruth Rock
wood. Two sisters of the Providential Or
phan association at Burlington are in
town collecting funds for the Insti
tution. Dr. U 11. Ross has been appointed
physician of the Pennington court of
Foresters In the absence of Dr. F. J.
Mrs. Charles Davis nnd son Wilbur,
accompanied by Miss Hazel Woodard,
visiied Mrs. K. M. Harney of North
Shaft sbury Sunday".
Walter Wahlqtilst, who has been
employed in a drug store at Walpole,
N". II., during the past two years, has
returned to Pennington.
The gross receipts of the Henning-
ton postoince for the month of April
was $242. CO In excess of the gross re
turns for the corresponding month
Mrs. A. M. Allen of Pleasant street
and Mrs. A. M. Jones of Hooslck Falls
have sold their property in White
Creek to James Allen and Mrs. Wm.
Thomas. Consideration $191)3.
D. A. Guiltlnan returned this morn
ing from a trip to Poston. Mr. Gull
tinan went Saturday to Worcester
and made the trip from that city to
Hi sum by automobile with a party of
At the annual meeting of the Ver
mont hederatiou of Women s Clubs
held in Boston, Mass., last fall, the
following delegates were elected to
represent the Federation at the meet
ing of the National Federation of
Women's Clubs to be held at Cincin
nati, Ohio, May 17th to 21st. Mrs.
Oliver C. Ashton. Rutland, president
jf the Vermont Federation, Mrs. Re
becca Fairbanks, St. Johnsbtiry, Mrs.
Minnie P. Hazen, St. Johnsbury, and
Mrs. Warren K. Putnam, Pennington.
A concert and dance for the bene
fit of St. Agnes Guild will be given
this evening at Academy hall at 8 p.
in. A pleasant evening Is assured.
The vone ladies of the Guild expect
lo place In St. Peter's church a stain
td glass window representing St.
gnes their patron saint. They In
vite the public to help them In this
tlu lr worthy effort. Tickets may he
had at the door or at Ayres drug
Htore and Harwoods drug store. If
von like dancing and good music this
Is your opportunity to enjoy both.
C M. I. -Hubert Ik Son have erected
ror name . Austin in me village i
cemetery an nil hammered three
piece Barre Granite monument. The
die Is handsomely carved at the four
upper corners and has the name Aus
tin cut on front In raised rounded let
ters. They have also placed a three
piece monument of dark Harre gran
ite, with polished die, the name Gould
being on the second base In polished
letters. This work which Is In Park
Uiwn cemetery Is furnished for Mrs.
Minnie K. Gould In memory of her
husband, Hie late Chauncey Gould.
The lukea of the huinoi il iiliout the kIp
of pluniliciV hllln nit very liinny, hut
they ilon't apply here.
Our rii'toincr have no fiiutt to 11 ml with
our lilllH-lliey're alvniyo muall.
Ther niv Mili with pleiiun, too. Then
mill. In. linn In pnilnit Mil" tor the very
l.'M wo, k promptly inl can-fully ilone.
V, B. Nl-WTON
i.MALL BILLS : n;;-pJ jm,
l0 .1 V I it!''', '.o . ; ! lf J;1f:V .V-.3 . r .7 1
A Welcome 111 ., XlhJ ',,'..?: V'vAv '.Vi " frV
The Evening Star club will meet
with Miss Ruth Hall on Mechanic st.
Miss Gertrude Shepard of Water
town, Mass., Is spending a week with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Shep
ard. The Ladles' Aid society of the M. '
E. church of North Bennington will
meet at the home of Mrs. Jeanette
Ballard on Wednesday afternoon of
Public installation of officers of
Tucker chapter, No. 38 last Friday
evening, April 29: Worthy Matron,
Mrs. J. B. Woodhull; worthy patron,
William J. Cole, associate matron,
Miss S. Blrdella Buck; treasurer, Mrs
Catherine A. Mattlson; secretary Mrs.
W. R. White; conductress, Mrs. Myra
Endress; associate conductress, Mrs.
W. J. Cole. Appointed officers war
der. Mrs. Arthur Bassett; sentinel,
Charles Wentworth; chaplain, Mrs.
Edward White; marshall, Mrs. Her
bert Walbridge; organist, Miss H :n
rittta Walbridge. The five points of
the star Adah. Mrs. Kdward J.
Worthington; Ruth, M s. S. O. Tef't;
Esther, Tula Bronson; Martha, Mrs.
Valdla Tompkins; Electa, Mrs. War
Victim of Drnk Needs Orrine.
Drink cunningly destroys the will
nowex nnd while the drunkard wauls
to do what you tell him, he wants a
thousand times more the drink that
he craves. Medical treatment is nec
essary. Orrine will destroy the de
slr for liquor, so that the drink will
noi be misled and restores the pat
ient to health.
This remedy is thoroughly scien
tific and is so unlformlly successful
that it Is sold with a registered guar
antee to refund your money If It falls
to ttTect a cure. Booklet on "How to
Cure Drunkenness." Free on re
quest. The Orrine Co., 354 Orrine
Building. Washington, D. C. Sold in
this city by B. A. Quinlan, 101 North
GEO. V. WAGER, M. D
KVK. KA It. NOSK AN U THItOAT
Eye TosUxl and tilavtsos Properly Fitted.
Office 1 8:30 to 11. -HO a. in., 1:30
hours) to i and 7 to 8 p. in,
Sundays and Thursdays by appointment,
(100 Mulii St., Helinlngtoii.
House rboue 93-L Office IMinnef.Vt-L
GEO. C. WOOD
)VV ood's Orchetr
UeoDlnfion City Bind
Manchester Union Bico
TEACHER OF VIOLIN A MANDOl.tr
rtdres 236 School Bt, Phone 47-1
firs. James W. Hartin
Pupil of Ceruelos at the Troy
Address 60S Alain St.
FRANK HURLEY. 2n8 Silver St.
Drop a postal card
MR. HARRISON POTTER
UKUAMST AT ST. PETKIfS (IIIKCH
will receive pupils in piano playing
For terms, address Gen. JJ.'livery
C. W. WRIGHT, M. b.
Kye, ear. ue and throat, (llasoeii properly
attetl. Kyo anil Kar Hurireon to the City Hos
pital. Formerly clinical ams.iitant tothot'en
tral Liotnlon Kye Hoaplful. rIm amiatant sui
geoo at New York Nuae ami Throat lloanltal
Piano Pupils Wanted.
Mlna Hplon Hurley of the Troy Mimlo School,
ami a pupil of L'hpv. A. Crruvloa, U prcpariM to
Inatmrt a fw piiiiIU on the piano. Muu Hur
ley will go to the iiomoa ol the pupils or receive
them at corner of Gave end llnulfonl strew u
EUtiKXK TKT KAL'T
ol 208 Division Street.
i prvpiilvd to nharpon acd repair all t vlM of
law ii mowers. Prompt dullvcrlca and sutlnfao
s V IV Refill
TOR MEN WHO
CARE TO DRESS WELL"
Every year an army of men is discovering that they
can find thorough satisfaction in the Barry Shoe.
This is true for the following reasons:
First, because it is always thoroughly up-to-date in style.
Second, because it is well made by Union labor, of the finest
materials ever put into a shoe.
Third, because it is designed for the perfect
comfort of the foot.
Surely you can't look for anything more in a
shoe than this I
Come in and see for yourself.
Consisting of 5 Pieces
A FINE PROGRAM OF
ALL NEW PICTURES
A Penitent of Florence
A Great Guunmnt Drama containing- liA) ft.
Her Sweet Revenge
A Great Vltagraph Picture.
She Wanted a Bow-wow
A Good Comedy,
A Wise Guy
Another Hue Comedy.
How Do You Do, Mandy.
You're Just Too Sweet to Live.
Plaulst MISS NELLIE McGt'BX
Voi alUit MK. E. K. Fl'LLKK
Matinee Every Afternoon at 2:30
o'clock 5c to all.
HO U S EC LEA Nl N G
I have just purchased a new
ELECTRIC VACUUM CLEANER
which I will rent with or witaout
man. Prices reasonable.
P. B. GARDNER
313 W. Main St Tel 146-2
'PEOPLE'S 1IAKDWAHK V SKKI STOKK
SILO or ENSILAGE
have arrived Sanford Learning Pride of North Sheep Tooth
and Husking types. Get your order in for these early, as supply of
PEDIGREED seed is limited.
rj-A"R O JH P-T SFlTTnR in bulk. lso
Grass and Clover Seed ot the highest quality.
7 HE NEW STORE WHERE QUALITY CJUNTS
n nn nn" Phone
4. L il.
Prices on Spring Clothing
. m m
Positively the Best Pictures
Ever Shown in Town
A Redman's Devotion
Great luillun Drama.
The Power of a Smile
Introdiu'ltiK the Popular Arti.M who made
the niograph Pictures Kanioun.
Her Battle for Existence
The Whitney Orchestra
Any Old Town is a Lone
some Old Town.
In the City Where No
DR. A. Zr CUTLER
S T O V A I N E
The ih'W local aniuwt Imt lo, used
for palnlciw uentintry.
Office 5 2 4 Main S tree
Opposite Library Building Phone 3 M
Made by HART SCII HER & MARX
Ore cf our important duties in this cora
niunity is to point out to our fellow citizeaj the
way to spend their clothes-money to best ad"
v?ntape. Tbe reason we tell you to buy
Hart Schaffner & Marx
a'.l wool, perfectly tailored rlothes is not simply
because we have them to sell, but because we
.eally think they're best for-you ; and that's
the rason we have them to sell.
It's fine when a man or a business concern
can do itself the greatest good by doing its
neighbors the greatest good.
I lart SchafTncr & Marx clothes
Suits $16.50 to $23 Overcoats $16.50 lo $25
lii l .lore I. the Iioiihi of llnrl Kcliiirrnrr & Man .the
Suits ai $10, $12, $13.50 and $15.00
Special Prices on toy's Clothing made by
iEderheimer, Stein & Co.
Boys's Extra Good Clothes $2.5C to $8.00
STRAW HATS from 10c to $5.00
UHI.l.t.ll..kUM. t S '