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BOYS & CHILDRENS SUITS
FROM $2.00 TO S6.50
3'Piece Suits from $3,00 to $6.50
2-Piece Suits from $2.00 to $5.50
2-Piece Norfolk Suits from
$2.50 to $5.00
Children's Suits, 3 to 8 years
all styles. from $2,00 to $5.00
A hivrG new stock of Boys' and Chil
dren's Suits, mado up in nll tlio latest
stvlcs for large and small boy3. These
Suits aro extremoly stylish, both plaln
and fancy pattcrns. A splendld vari
ety to select from at tho lowest pos
BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S 0VERC0ATS FROM $2.00 T0 $5.00
Boys' nnd Chlldren Overcoatd and Reefors, all style3. Any boy will
appreeiato an Overront n- Regfer from this now stock. All tho styles hero at
bargnins, in all size. I! suro and seo these garments and prices. Hats, Oaps
nnd"Furnishings. for tuu little raen.
FINE CUST0M TAILORING, CLEANING, REPAIRING AND PRESSING
D0NE 0N SH0RT N0TICE.
If youp wintor sult or ovorcoat needs cleaning, repirlng or pressing
brinc it to our new tailor shop, upstalrs over store, and havo it inade as good
ns new for very little money. A largo new stock of Winter cloth for custora
mado suits and overcoats now roady for your inspection. A nno cuttor and
tailor in chargo of this dcpartraent. Satlsfnctlon and lit guarantced.
tVRJLLIGAN & ROCHE
The Leadlne Clothlors, Hatters Furnlshorsland Custom
Tallors, 409 Maln St. Bennington,! Vt.
with you. Plcturo takinir will add immonscly to tho ploasuroof
your vacation. . ,'" -ln'lnS 11 "
. . ,-1
kODAKS S5 TO ?97 & BROWNIE CAMERAS ?l AND $2
ALL PHOTOORAPHIC SUPPL1ES
W. L. Gokay
417 MAIN ST.
This Ad. and You Will Know
THAT WE SELL THE P. P. STEWART
STVES AND RANGES, WEST SHOItE
P ANGHS, WQNDER MFG. CO. STQVES,
PERFECTION OIL STOVEa AND HEAT
ERS, HOT WATER HEATERS, STEAM
HEATERS FURNACES OR ANY OLD
HEATER YOU WANT, AND PRICES TO
F1T YOUR POCKET-DON'T FORGET
WHERE. V V f
438 3XJlW STRBET
Kewi of the Tcwn nd Ylll To
Itrlcfly for Buir Iltaderi.
Mrs R. W. Bennott returned Thurs
day from Boston.
Dr and Mrs L. H. Ross loft Friday
morninc for Boston.
A valuable horso belonging to S. C.
Lyons died Tuesday.
MissDaisy Horbour was at Wal
lingford fair Wednesday.
Ward Lyons was at Wallingford fair
Wednesday and Thursday.
Edmund Carrican returned Friday
from a visitin Amsterdam.
Circle Xo 8 gives a suppor at tho
ME church parlors tonight.
Edward Murphy ls spending his va
cation at tho St Louis exposltion.
.Mrs H. J. Potter returned Friday
from a soveral days visit in Walling
ford. Tho sophomoro-freshman football
game was nut played yesterday owing
to tho bad weather.
Rov N. B. McNeil of Manchester
Centor was tho guest of Rev Phillip
A. J. Cooper has becn engaged as
organist at tho ME church. Ho will
begin his duties Sunday.
Rov Frank II Morris has returned
from Newport whero ho attonded the
annual Baptist anniversaries.
Mrs E. B. Sanford and son who
havo been vlsltlng at Bert Willard's
returned to Belchertown Friday.
Holden, Leonard kCo., began work
ingon tho wintor schedulo Thursday.
Thav work until 4.30 n. m. on Sntur-
Tho recular meeting of the Benning
ton Countv Medfcal soclety will be
held at North Bennington next Wed
All Fortniuhtlv ladles and their
friends are reouested to remembor the
date of tho openlng meeting, Satur-
day, Oct 1.
At tho stato convcntion of Kinga
Dauffhters. 5Irs J. M. Burt was re-elec-
ted stato treasurer and Mrs Emma
U arwood county secretary.
Tho clrclo of St Petor's gulld which
met at Mrs Archie Rico's on the
Shaftsbury road Wednesday, had a
pleasant time. About 20 were present.
xMr and Mrs Wm L. Uall, who havo
been spending the summer at Sara
thoir homo In
Trov. Miss Mollio Stark Childs is
rn v Piiiforcnn nf Trnv who
has been spending several months in
r.nrone returned homo yestorday. Uo
has formerly spent the summer at Ben
W. II. Siblov. who recently under-
went a delicato operation has so far
recovered that ho exptcts to soon re
sumehis duties as engineer for the
Tho IOOF will give a card party at
thnir rooms in the opera liouso DlocK
Tnfisdav evonlns, October 4th. All
Odd Feilows and families and Rebek-
ahs are cordially invited tobe present.
Tho funeral of Mrs H&nry Silver
was held at her lato residenco this
nftflrnoon. ThoKev. Frank R. Morris
ttnd Charles W. Rowley otliclatcd. The
nttendance was large. Tho interment
was in the vlllaeo cemetery, the bear
ors being Charles Harbour, Georgo
Townsend, Sarauel Holt, Franlc aoi-
listor, F. E. Greensllt, Edward Koiiy.
In addltion to M the nccesiorles lor modern
treatment of InTttlias, both iertlcl uo
surKical, we liate'a stall ot nicclallsta conneot
ed.with our work ln
EYE, EAB, NOSE nnd
DISEASES OF WOMEN
ACdrc33 lor our aaw booklct
Dr- Prime's Vermont Sanitarium
ti4 Mln Strett Opp. Ubrmry Bldj.
Narcotllo used for palnlesss
PHONE rOS-6, RES.
D0UBLE YOUR MONEY ?
bv lQTestlnc In Bennington County larms. as
Jarmiln and near Bennington will aoubie in
valua In next teu yer$. Have everal farms
lor sale or exchange. Will sell or exchanKe
your buslnets no matter wbero located lor
fanns or clty ot villaKe property. If you have
anytlilng for sale or exchanse oome and see
MH NASH BENNINGTON VT
Kodol Dyspepsla Cure DeWitt's M Salve
Qlai wHat votf eat For PHes, Bunn. So--
In thn Town of
KVSSSixe. a",eVd li M iowr, for the
ycar 1W3 remain wnoiiy raF""" K""
.ronXn t Kbe ly side' ot Maln street In
thSvillage of Readsboro, satd iron pln belng ( n
allBe two feeteasterlyfrora the eajterly sl' e
cTlymalKrBl elwHh the eas.erly Mde of
salu itore bufidlnK to the hlghway occupled y
;,T i lii rnnmi. thetice w esV rly on the north-
erly llne of sal.l hlRhway 48 f eet to . an Ir on j n
unvcnin tne grouuu, vncuvo -paall"
wtth the wesierly slde of satd sto e
erly on tne somneriy ' -, "",,Vh
41 feet lo tlie pmce ui K'""'". .-"" - -vr-w
over and across a lUrJp pof tand 10 1 feet h .
iolnlng nd pirallel with the premlses above
conveyeu.Ruiii nKnn" "'v:"!".
mon by sad granfeea.lJcessors and asilgns.
and sald T. D. Goodeil, bls grantees, helrs, ex
eeuton and . adnUnlstratorsnow In he
Deelfleld Valley Benevolcnt Assoclatlon ai
nmy be foundlu Land Kecordi of Readsboro,
Uook lt page 4. and o much ot ald premtaes
wlllbe sold atPublle Auctlon at tho dwell ng.
houseofj. S. 1'1K6 m saia nesiuauyi u .
Mb day of Noveu ber. 1001. at 11 o'clock ln the
torenoon, ai shall be requlslte to dlieharge sa d
Dated at KeaasDoro mis taiu uuj ovj-.v-
ber.A.D J0l. , nll.lnr
O . . OPERA HOUiE
Goiasmltli & Wood, Maagcrs.
FRIDAY, SEPT. 30
The Great Londan and
New Yoik Success . . . . .
I)y Mrs l''rance llodpso'i llurnett DramatUed
iroin Iierinmous uook. -bhiiiii urenn; ur
What ilappened all.Mlss Jllnchlu's."
Better than "Little Lord Fauntleroy"
A Beautiful Story 0 A Magnificent Play
Prices toe. Wc."Si and J1.O0, box seaU
II 60 i )n sale at Ookay's Tuesdny noon.
" The Grealest Play Boston has
evcr scen." GLOBE.
HAVE YOU SEEN
tlmt Griswold will give
away to the most popular
It's in our sliow wiiulow
tTTis week. Get your votes
in for it before October
lst. Your favorite organi
zation will neeil them as
the contest is closc. On
vote with each ten cent
purchase. Next lontlay
we will know the winner.
Seuil for ClrcuUrs
P. 0- Box 123 Reading, Mass.
. . - I.. ih. Inwn nf
Beadiboro and County of Bennington. SUte of
Vermont or ewewner r IV?" .rVa
the taxes m ' " ' " " ,"
edlJal estate, to wlt: Berinntng : Bt a polnt,at
thesoutbeast corner ot jand; gl Herbett A.
Parsons, on mo bouiu cuu u. "1",""; ;
called. and the soulheast corner of lands of A.
C.NIles's estate. thence 300 feet on lanHccu
pled by D. Byroo Wheeler. th n'e eat at r ght
rngleVwlth ald Wheeler's l no to the h ghway
1n.nds of lierDerfc a. i iauu, mvnvv
MoSg the south llne of sald 'rarton's i land to
the place of begtnnlnu. with the bulldlngs
thereonTltbeing ihe premisfs deeded to retcr
IF?Kncls bv lrattie aud Krnest Uaker, man
and wlfe.andnowoeourledby the sald Peter
Srranels, and so much of the sa Id premlse i or
dwelllng hhuse of J. 8. Plke ln sald Readsboro
5n the 6th day of Noyember. 1904. at 1 o.cloek
ln the afternoon as ahall be requlilte to dls
charleVald tixesandcosts unless prevlously
. j.fcn,nhi6 2Sih dav of Sentem-
'f"."." 1 " i a DlIfB fnllonlnr.
GRAND CIRCUIT RACINQ.
Hajor Delmnr Trlnl I'ostponed, Con
dltlona Ilclnjt VnftiTornble.
CINCINNATI, O., Sept. 30.-The
largest crowd of the meeting nttcnded
the'grand ctrcuit racincr nt Oakley park
here. Major Dclinar was carded to go
ngalnst the world'u trotting record of
2:024, but dld not mako the attempt
on nccouiit of a strong wlnd.
The surprise of the dny was in the
2:07 clnss, in which Rcd Blrd, a hot
favorite, was dlstnnecd after wlnnlng
two hents and flnlshing a close second
u Hiiother. ln. tlie first heat Paulino
G. camo wltli a rush jt the end and
won tlie lient by a nosc from Ited Ilinl.
Ued IHrd won the second and tlilrd
lieats littiulily. In the fourth heat Ked
Binl brokc at the first (piarter, and be
fore Walkcr c'ould get hlm goiug rlght
the cntlre Held hnd pansetl hlm.
Sphlnx took tliln heat eiiRlly, as well
as tho fifth, Pnullno G. belng tlie only
conteiider. Paulliie G. and Sphlnx,
tho heat winners, fouglit it out in tho
sixth heat, the lattcr winnlng by a
Slxteen horses started ln the 2:17
class trot, wliicih wus wou by Rcd
Lace in stralght lieats.
In the 2:10 class pacejtohert Mc, tho
favorite, was nosed out by .lolin JIc.
in tho first heat. ..Tho otlier three
lieats rcsulted In eusy vlctories for
WHh every $1.00 purchase of
medicine at regulai tetail piice.L
will give free of chatge youi choice
of ihe followmg :
25c bottlo Wilcox CoughBalsam
25c bottle Frairrant Tooth Wasli
25c bottle Cream of Roso and Almonds
25o bottle Both Arnold's Balsam
25c bottlo Chamberlaln's Cough Remdy
25c bottle Board of Health Disinfoctant
oi. ,nttln Thavpr'H'Rxt..In,mn,iea Gintr.
j j - a
25o bottlo Thayor'sBlackberryCordial
25c bottle Chamberlaln's Faln Uaim
25c bottlo Tetlow's Tooth Powder
2So hox Laxatlvo Oold Tablets
25c box Scalo'sAnti-constipatlonPills
25c box Phcnvo Caffein Pllls
25c box Booth's ViolctTalcum Powder
25c box-Swan Down Faco Powder
25o box Gibson's Headache Powders
25c Scale'sIAnodyno Plaster
This offer is for a slwit time only
0. E. GIBS0N
Giuiic I'lnred V.-nlcriliiy In lie Sn
tlonnl iiml Auivrlcnn' I.piiruci.
At New York
Chlcago 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0-7
New York 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0-3
Uattorlcs Wlcker and Kllnsi Mathow
son and Ilowerman.
St. Louls 2 0 0 0 0 1 0
Hrooklyn ,.. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Battcrles Nlchola nnd Butler;
At I'lilladelpnia . .
Clnclnnntl 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1-2
l'hlladelphla 0 0 3 0 Uiuu t
Ilattcrli-s llarpcr anu aireei: jjuggieuy
Phlladclphla o o o u u u i i
liatterlea waiker nnu aireci; optirita
TAUI.E OF PERCENTAGE3.
New York 104
St. Louls 71
New York 3 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 05
Dctrolt 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 U o u
Uattcr csPowcll and Jicunnus: iiay-
mond nnd Bevllle.
At St. L0U19 .
St. I.oui .-. 0000000000
Battrrles wauucll nnu siurecn iioran
St. I-outs 0 0021102 8
Battcrles Hcnley anu scnrcck; uiauo
Clevdlond zoooouoi a
IlatterlPs Younir-ftnu cnger ucrnnani
At lh coko
Chlcago 0010.0 00 2 3
lSHUPrios wnue unu .larKUi oiiiuu uuu
TABI.E OF PnnCENTAOES.
New York S5
St. Loula C3
llltt Ilcn IVnn Pulled Up.
CIIICAGO, Sept. 30. With a track
as sttcky ns a (pjngmlre Itlg Hen, car-
rying top welght, beat n good fleld in
the thlnl and fcature event at Worth.
Tho winner was pulled up nlmost to a
walk at the end nnd flnishcd flve
lengths In tho lead. Katic I'owers
bnrely got up in time to capture sec
ond place from Nannie Ilodge. Blg
Ben was the only favorite to wln.
Dnllj- Spnnkcr nt CrnvpHcnd.
NEW YORK, Sept. 30. Dolly Spank
er, the 7 to 10 favorite, easlly won tho
Oceanview handlcap, one uillo nnd a
slxteenth, at Gravesend. Leonidng
mado tho nmnlng to the strctch fol
loweil by Dolly Spunker, who took
command in the stretcli nnd won by
ilvo lengths. Minoola beat Leonldna n
hend for the plnce.
Gnconnc nt Drlimir.
S,T. LOUIS. Sept. 30.-Gasconne at 7
to 10 was the only winnlng favorite at
Delmar pnrk. Worthlngton cut ncrosa
tho lleld from the outside ln the llfth
raco nnd caused n Jam at the first turn.
Tlie horso flnlxlicd second, but was dls
qunlllled. KlnR'n DnuKhtem Conrcntlon.
NEW IIAVEN, Coun., Sept 30.
The trlennlal conventlon of tho King's
Daughters In tho Unlted Stntes was
formally opencd at St. Paul's church
by the clobratlon of holy comrnunlon
and 'tiio welcomlng nddrcss to' dele
gates by Rlght Rot. Brewcr, blshop
of this dloceso. Tho chnrgc to the con
ventlon was made by Ulght Rev. Cle
land Klnloch Nelson, blshop of Geor
gia. He asked tlie King's Daughters
to direct their earnest work towan'
remedylng the divorce evll.
Green Stamp Collectors
Pollcemnn W 8bot Slx JTlme.
COLUXIBIA, S. C, Sept. 30. Polico
mnn S. F. Hurst was shot and in
stantly" klllcd by J. F. Anderson nt
Mnycavllle. The ofllcer was shot slx
Umcs, nll of the bnlls talcing cffect ln
the chcst nnd abdomen. It ls sald that
Hurst drew a revolver flrst, twt that
Anderson was too quick for him. Tho
shootlng is sald to have been the re
sult of a personal matter. Anderson
surrendored and was plnccd ln Jnll.
Flre FoIIoired Jotner'a Denth.
ROCHESTER, N. Y Sept. 30.-F.
A. Jolner of Loroy, Ofty-thrce years of
nge, nn ngent of tho Standard OI1
cotnpany, was struck by n frelght traln
and lnstantly killed vtiie driving over
the New York Ccntral tracks nt Bcr
gen, near hero. OII from tho tnnk
wagon dnshed over &ie engino and
cauglit flre, causlng n flerco blaze.
Owing to the rainy day
Thursday, we shall give
double Trading Stamps
and $i worth of trading
stamps free tomorrow,
Saturday, October lst,
on all purchases of ten
cents and upwards
A. K. RITCHIE
Loweat prices for best Meats,
Beeff Mutton, Pork, Lard,
OF ALL KINDS
MISS N. LEONARD
112 NORTH ST.
Heath's Store - Bennington
REED - SOUTH ST
t.AND ALL PURPOSES
Sept. 29-30 & Oct. 1
Newest Autumn Htyles dlsplayea at
311 West Maln St Ever.vthlnir de
slranle ln headwear. Exqulslte Hats
ln l'arislan deslgna. All nre Invited.
MISS C. S. KEYES'
311 W. MAIN ST.
A short (Itne ago wo introduced a now perfume, which
soemed to catch tho noses of people who know perfume
when they smell 1U YOLANDE ls Its name, and it
has raro delicacy and lasting qualities. We druggists
havo moro criticlsms of odors than any one elso. "It
smolls llko vanllla,'" "like toothachodrops,'1 or "can't
smell it at all an hour after you putit on" theseare somo
of tho things they sometiro.es say about ordinary per
fumes,butneveraboufYolande. Yolandois not a cheap
odor 75c per oz. is the regular price and what you
would have to pay in the clty stores. As a leader we
have put the prlco at 40c per oz., but would ask that
you bring your bottle. The falntest trace of perfume is
tho flnlshing touch to anyone woll dressed. Will you
come in and try it ?
E. B. HYDE. MQR.
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