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Hurry, like a cyclone, whirls
you along at a rate that
quickly exhausts your energy,
and leaves you a nerveless,
wretched, broken-down phys
Worry accomplishes the
same results in another way.
It drags you through the dark,
gloomy tunnel of forbodings,
wrecks your nerves and breaks
down the constitution.
Then don't hurry; don't
worry. But you will; and
your nerveless, exhausted con
dition brings headaches, neu
ralgia, heart, stomach, liver
and kidney troubles. The thing
to do is : Strengthen the nerves
with Dr. Miler Nervine.
"Six months I- was bedfast with
nervous prostration. I had slnklna
pells, a cold, clamy fooling, couldn't
ctand the slightest noise. At tlmot
I would almost fly to pieces; stomach
very weak. My husband Insisted on
my taking Dr. Miles' Nervine, and I
began to Improve before I had finished
the first bottle, and to-day I am en
MRS. JOSErH SNYDER,
iti Hudson St., Tlflji, O.
Dr. M lies' Nervine Is told by your
druggist, who will guarantee that the
flret bottle will benefit. If It falls, he
will refund your money.
Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind
Have your tires vulcanized and
machines put in condition. Auto tire
casings and inner tubes of standard
sizes carried in stock.
Batteries, Spark Plugs, Lubricating
Oils, Grease and Gasoline always on
hand. Expert repairing and all kinds
of auto work. All work guaranteed.
HoosicK Falls Auto Co.
92 CHURCH ST. - HOOSICK FALLS, N.
Wm. T. Lawrence
The Violin Teacher"
Mr. Lawrence announces tUU waton. Hint lie
will tflve 1 Imiir private u-stun mi l i hours eii'
i.eniliie piayiiiit: inereiiy givmir mree nours 1U'
junction ;or me price oi a sinu'ie lesson.
Mr. Law rent1 1' a most successful Instrm
tor. havlne i nuuils. therefore eir k otilmril t
resign at leader of orchestra at KundN Opera
House (Troy), a p-JMtion lie sueeestlully lllled
for 12 years; also Kirst Violinist of lurl:iK'3
eeleuraietl orchestra, in orner lo devote Ins en
tire time to teacliitiu. f or teruil address
Wm.T. Lawrence - 86 Sixth Ave
TROY, N. Y.
The North street laundry hereto
fore known as Wright's Hand Laun
dry, will in the future be known as
As we shall devote our time and
energy to this particular plant, we
are more than satisfied that we can
please all. Superior work will be
Yours to command when wanting
first class work.
JOHN H. POWERS Profirieto
Late foreman of the Henry Laundry
ai Norm Adams, Mass.
Notice to the Ladies of Benning
. ton and Vicinity.
I have received all the new styles for Fall and
Winter. Now Is the time to couie and hve
your mlts made. Also all kinds of garments
altered, clenued and pressed at more reason-
able prices than ever before.
N rk I SO Worth Street
DR. A. Z. CUTLER
4 Main Street pp. Llnrarr Bldg
Narcotile) used for painless
PHONB 3-12. OFFICE
GEO. E. DONNELLY
VIOLIN AND MANDOLIN
Engagements solicited for Gold
600 Main St., Bennington, Vt.
NEW HARNESS SHOP
I have on hand several encod-hand slnele
and double harness tu Rood order for sale
oneap. aiso new Harness oi every description,
and all stable supplies. Ulve me a eall will
use you line a gentleman.
E. S. SUSS
Items of Interest From Fourteen Coun
ties of State.
A petition In bankruptcy hns been
filed by Kttolo r'ruwint (if Murrc, ti
Htone cutter, lie Iuih lluhllitlcH of
$L'l.ti2 and AtwtH of ?300, claimed ex
empt. It Is Biiid that a petition largely hIkh
ed by bUHliienn nun und others has
bt f n forwarded to the utate board of
railroad comnilHtiloners praying that
they lHHiie 1111 order that tho Central
,'erniont railway piiHHciiKur station nt
Dethel be kept open for some time
previouH to the arrival of the north
bound and southbound night trains.
It has iiwt been learned that Uosle
Iluekey of t'old Jtlver (a settlement
in Shrewsbury) lias been missing for
six weeks and there Is no cluo to her
whereabouts. Miss Muckey Is about
20 years old and Is the daughter of
locab lluckey. It is said mat sue
had been working as a domestic In
Rutland, but no trace of her can be
The disbanding of the Rurllngton
high school football eleven leaves the
Goddard Seminary schedule more sad
ly out of fix, says a llarre correspon
dent. It was bad enough when the
Montpeller high school eleven dU-
banded and now Saturday's return
game with Burlington high at the hit
ters grounds Is cancelled, nils leaves
Goddard as undoubtedly the scholas
tic champion of northern ermont,
and perhaps tho state.
Mr. and Mrs. Chancey 0. Greene of
Troy, N. Y., who November C cele
brated the sixtieth anniversary or
their marriage, were married in Dau
by November, 6, 1847. There was not a
foot of railroad track In Vermont at
that time. The newly-wedded couple
Journeyed from Dun by to Troy
by stage coach and took up their resi
dence in West Troy. 1 hey have been
for many years respected and influent
ial residents of Troy. Mrs. Greene's
maiden name was Elizabeth Kggle
The fact, long kept secret, has lust
leaked out that the writer of the po
pular "Betty Wales" series of college
stories for girls Is Miss huith K. Dun
ton, of Rutland. The name assumed
by the writer is "Margaret Ward" and
only a very few of Miss Dunton's
most intimate friends knew that the
stories came from her pen. Miss Dun
ton has written several attractive
short stories which have appeared in
The Red Book and other magazines
She is at present associated with The
Dial, a semi-monthly magazine, pub
lished nt Chicago, and devoted large
ly to book reviews. MIkb Duuton is
a graduate of Smith College.
Vale mrpt Over nron Men.
NEW HAVEN, Conn.. Nov. 11.
Yale lind no dillioulty In wlnnliii; from
Hrovvn on Yule Bold 1 y n score- of "2
to 0. Tin; r.fov'vn ini'ii, tired out ly
their stnij.'j;!p with Hnrviird n w.-U
uro. were lumlly In condition to coe
with Ynlo, and the score represents
fairly the merits of tin; tenuis us they
met. one tom lidown, It Is true, wus
due to a spectacular it ml brilliant run
liy Tad .lones, who caught one of Ien
uie's limits In mlillield and shook off
in a Hfty yard run every man on the
Hrown team. Yale usejl little hut
straight footluill. 'Jhe forward juish
was not tried once, and the onside
kick was resorted to only three times.
M I.I.I I en .Ml ai Sen.
ANNAPOLIS. Md., Nov. 11. -The
heavy and skillful football team of
Swnrthinoro college defeated the mid
shiiuneu here by u score of. is to 0,
the worst defeat the Navy has suffers
In three seasons, during which Prince'
ton and Harvard have been among
the opponents. O'ltrlen, the great lit
tie quarterback of the Quaker team
must get the credit for thirteen of the
points, as he kicked three Held goals
and added another point by kicking a
goal after McDonough hail made the
only touchdown of the game.
Weatoa Had a Uood Iteat.
SYRACUSE. X. Y., Nov. ll.-Ed-ward
Paysou Weston, the veteran jh
doMrlan, spent a quiet Sunday at his
hotel lu this city and, greatly refresh
ed, started on his way to Rochester at
midnight, lie spent most of the morn
ing In bed attending to the correspond
ence, writing about fifty letters. Ac
cording to his schedule, Weston is due
to reneu Palmyra tonight, but he ex
Iects to do eighty-one miles and reach
Rochester. It has been ruining, and
the rouds are heavy.
I'rlnceton Too Marh For Amhrral.
PRINCETON, N. .1., Nov. ll.-Am-herst
proved stronger than was ex
pected and held Princeton down to
one Held goal in the first half and a
field goal and touchdown In the sec
ond, making the final score 14 to 0.
Prlncoton's defense was the stillest the
team has displayed this year, and Am
herst gained only one first down, but
the offense was miserable and entire
ly lacked the dash and determination
of last Saturday.
Tenata at Toledo.
TUXEDO FARK, N. Y., Nov. 11.
The annual first class court tennis
handicap played here on the courts
of the Tuxedo Tennis and Racket club
resulted In a victory for P. I.orillurd.
Jr., who defeated W. R. Dlnsmore In
two straight sets. Jay Gould, the
American and Itrltlsh champion, was
among the entries, bnt defaulted to
Lieutenant Governor Lewis Stuyve
State College Conlil Not Seore.
PHILADELPHIA. Nov. ll.-Hollen-bach
played a wonderful game and
was accountable for seventeen of tho
twenty-eight points by which Pennsyl
vania defeated Pennsylvania State
college on Franklin field. Pennsylva
nia State positively could not score.
Toronto Una 1B0.OOO Fire.
TORONTO. Nov. 11. Fire praetical
ly destroyed tho Anderson & Mac
beth office building on Buy street. The
hnlldlng was occupied by manufactur
ing agents and wholesale houses. The
loss is $150,000.
KAISER '1N ENGLAND.
Imprrlnl l'n My Arrive nt KandoiTn
lln, lale of Wlirht.
Lf)NION. Nov. 11. The riennnn lm-
perinl yacht Ilohenzollern, bringing
Eniieror William, the empress and
party to visit England, entered Run
down liny. Isle of Wight, this morn
ing after being greatly delayed by n
heavy fog that obliged the yacht to
anchor, with the cruisers escorting her,
off Chelsea din ing the night.
An extraordinary Incident has pome
to light In connection with the visit
of Emperor William. It Is related
that nt,the conclusion of the recent
maneuvers the channel fleet and the
first cruiser squadron were ordered by
the ndinlralfy to repaint, etc., In honr
of the Jerman emperor.
Upon receipt of this order Sir Percy
Scott, commander of the cruiser squad
ron, sent the following signal to two
of his vessels: "Paint work appenr
to be more in demand than gunnery,
so you had better come In In time to
look pretty by the Sth Inst."
Admiral Lord Charles l?eresford In
ft general order to the fleet repeating
the Instructions to repaint refers to
the signal sent out by Sir Percy Scott
as "contemptuous In tone and Insub
ordinate In character" and orders Sir
Percy to have It stricken from the
Sir Percy Scott and the members of
his staff were summoned alioard Ad
miral Beresford's flugshlp, and the ad
miral's reprimand was read to them.
This affair has crented consternation
In the ileet, and there is a probability
that It vlll lead to the resignation of
Hear Admiral Sir Percy M. Scott Is
probably the U-st versed otlicer In gun
nery in the British navy, and he Is
well known as the man who "saved
Lndysmlth" in 18!, lieeause he de
vised u pedal carriage for six Inch
and 4.7 Inch guns from tho cruiser
Terrible, which he commanded at Dur
ban, whereby these pieces' were car
ried by rail Into Ladysmlth Just be
fore Its investment by the Kocrs. Sir
Percy was noted in and nUmt Hurban,
of which port he was made command
nut, for his blunt and direct state
ments. Sir Percy commanded the gunnery
school of the royal navy in lim.l-05,
und he has been director of naval tar
get practice. He was naval A. 1). C.
to King Edward in l'.i:!-05. lie is the
inventor of the night signal apparatus
now lu use in the P.ritish navy.
Two Killed liv I'olleraien'a Itollel..
IH'ITAI.O. Nov. ll.-Edward Wiseh.
nach of Cbecktowiigu, who was shot
by Detective Huttield of the New
York Central ou Friday night, died at
the Emergency hospital, lie Is tho
second victim of an ollicer's bullet
within forty-eight hours. Friday morn
ing Poilcemau Crotty shot Charles
Charles, au alleged burglar, lie died
Saturday afternoon. Wisclnmch made
an anteiiioriem statement in which he
said he was walking along the com
mon beside the railroad track and did
not hear the ofltcers call to halt. . Hat
lield. on the oilier hand, claims that
Wix-hiiach broke Info two curs and
ran away at his approach.
(Chattanooga, Term., Daily News )
A representative of the News has
just returned from a very successful
visit in California.
Concerning the reports that the long
sought cure for llright's Disease has
been discovered, he took special pains
to find out the truth of the matter and
came back fully convinced.
One lady, the wife of a San Francis
co editor, not only told her husband's
remarkable discovery after physicians
had given him up, hut she reeled off
as of no moment, the names oT sever
al they told of it who had recovered.
One case was particularly Interesting.
It was a case of llright's Disease in
which the young man was so impress
ed that nothing could be done that he
had to be tricked into taking the new
specific. Each time a dose was ad
ministered a tablespoonful of his old
medicine was secretly disposed of,
thus allayings suspicious. To compli
cate matters as the young man re
covered, the physician became elated
thinking lie had discovered a cure for
Uright's Disease. It was not until the
patient was well along toward recov
ery that there was no uncertainty
about. It that the whole plot was dis
closed. One of San Francisco's pion
eer druggists also confirmed his own
recovery and made the astonishing
statement that he had given it to be
tween 40 and 50 and only knew of a
few railures. Chattanooga Daily
W: L. Gokay, of Itennlngton, sent
for this treatment for patients here
and will give full information.
Reasons for Savings Bank Success.
The Londonderry Sifter, speaking
of the Hyde i'ark Savings bank, sum
marizes the reasons for the remark
able success of that institution as .fol
lows: This bank with Ex-Gov. Pnge as Its
president, Is to be congratulated upon
the volume of its business, having
passed the million dollar mark in its
assets, July 11th: also upon its busi
ness methods, all its Investments be
ing within the state of Vermont It
has depositors in all parts of the state
due to its liberal advertising, prompt
service and a four per cent interest
This is Worth Remembering.
As no one 1b immune, every person
should remember that Foley's Kidney
Cure will cure any case of kidney or
bladder trouble that Is not beyond the
reach of medicine. Qulnlan's Pharmacy.
$ 1 0,000
Hundreds of Dollars Worth of the Cheaper Lines
Our Fur Manufacturer will give an exhibit which is larger than the stock carried by
most of the city stores. Our regular stock is now on ' hand and comprises the very best
things at prices much lower than usual, as we placed our order early last Spring.
Opossum Scarfs $5.00 to $15.00 Fox Muffs $10.00 to $1.5.00
Squirrel Scarfs $5.00 to $17.50 Opossum Muffs $4.00 to 5.25
Water Mink Scarfs Squirrel Muffs $10.00 to $.5.00
Alaska Mink Scaris " Water Mink M"ffs $1 to $5.00
$12.75 to $30.00' Alaska Mink Muffs $20 to $32
Genuine Mink.( Ermine, Sable, Lynx, prices from $25 to $150.
Fur Coats in Mink, Persian Lamb. Seal, Near Seal, prices from
$30.00 to $250.00.
Fur Lined Coats in Squirrel, Coney, Mink, prices $29.00.00
$45.00 and $60.00.
F W TILLSON
Plumbing, steam and hot water heat
ing and gas fitting done at short
119 Jefferson Ave.
O need a
A food to work on
A food to smile on
A food to sing on
Energy and good -nature in
The most nutritious wheat
In moisture and
dust proof packages.
NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
Worth Fine Furs
Lest line of worn In this section.
Call and see. Finishing done for
W. T. V.hite . 425 .to StV"-.-
"tin lft 1 j
i" a" sneer liU. AudlJlS
A, A. Harper, M. D.
Diseases of the
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Hours MMI.S0 . t-5. T. p. m, Sum