Sparks Paint Ad 7-15-1936

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Sparks Paint Ad 7-15-1936 - Downife Bros. Circus Gets ( In City Early Dowme...
Downife Bros. Circus Gets ( In City Early Dowme Bros, bog three-ring circus, under the management of Charles Sparks, who conducted bus own shows for years, arrived in this city early today from Brattleboro, Vt, and immediately proceeded to the show grounds off Summer street and got ready for two performances, one this afternoon and the pther tonight. The circus, like all the other big tent attractions, gave no parade and had all the more tune to get ready for the big crowd of sightseers who flocked to the circus grounds during the day. Hie show travels by motor and 69 trucks rolled through Main street on the way to the show grounds. Quite a few circus fans were on hand lor the show The tented city surprised the spectators as it was much larger than, expected. It has a big tent, side shows and musical organizations to attract the public and the management is confident the patrons will enjoy the performances The doors opened at 1 o'clock today and the matinee performance began at 2 o'clock The gorgeous opening spectacle is entitled, "The Evolution of Rhythm" and is replete with color and splendor. Jack Hoxw, the famous cowbAV screen hero, with Dixie Starr, his leading lady in many pictures, and his wonder horse "Scout," appealed to a large number. He is assisted by a number of cowboys and cowgirls from HoOy- wood Other features include the Hanneford family, featuring George, the riding clown; the Aerial Roberts, the Aerial Whites, Frisco's seals, Manon Shufford, dainty equestrianne, Sparks' high school horses, and many other acts which have won approval everywhere. Rodney Harris is the band director His concert starts at 7.30 o'clock The circus goes to Salem from this city Granted Divorce Julia Albert of this city was granted an uncontested divorce on the grouid of desertion from James Albert by Judge Frederick H Chamberlain in probate court this morning They were married Nov 15, 1914, an dshe charged desertion Oct. 14, 1329 She was granted custody of their four minor children Atty Edwin H Nich--' appeared for the petitioner. Greenland has been the landing place of many large meteorites from which Eskimos pounded bits of metal, mere flakes These they inserted in the cutting edges of their harpoon points. ujmuiiiiuiinniiumiinniiniiiinnuuiininninniiiiiimiimiiiiiniiniiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiLf JDOWNIE BROS. CIRCUS j I States: 1 (DU PONT PAINTS and VARNISHES j are the only line of paints and varnishes that they § found that would withstand the various exposures of = wind--and rain, in aH parts of the country. = I --Before using Du Pont paints they had used many 1 brands and they had all fafled from blistering, peeling, i flaking, etc. , i = = = --They finally solved their paint problem by using 1 | DU PONT PAINTS AND VARNISHES which have -S amazingly successful in all the "varying' weathers and i mates found in various parts of the country. i | --If you need paint, use "DU FONTS," backed | greatest research laboratories in the world. Made i and all Pre-tested. The finest protection and the best 1 wearing paint you can buy. | i --Regular price on house paint $3.25. (Best grade I § Du Pont). Special summer sale price $2.93 per | this price you will find it the lowest cost g ever used, due to greater covering capacity per gallon, § say nothing of superior wear and appearances. Sold I F.M. Johnson Lumber RIVER STREET FITCHBURG Phone IS36 i Other Yards At I = I = Leorainster, Fitchburg, Clinton and Keene, N. H. S ^iiiiiiiiHiiiimiiiiiiuiiiiiiMiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiii

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  1. Fitchburg Sentinel,
  2. 15 Jul 1936, Wed,
  3. Page 3

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