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Destroys1 Dandruf f AYERS HAIR VIGOR The fabric is strong, yet hand some, the cut the latest and the tail oring perfect. The maker knew how! It's made the strongest in the parts usually the weakest, and rein forced where the strain is great. Couldn't be made more durable, It's the Biggest $5.00 Worth of Boy's Suit Ever Put Together Test it and see! Money back if you want it. Burt Bros. 0, RITCHIE BLOCK QQQ&&DQQQQCCGGQQQC Of Great June Sale Continues With Offers Gloriously Good store it's the kind But the real . items. Extravagant claims, make these bargains a bit they tell their own story. Just four UNDERMUS LIN SPECIALS, one each Night Gowns, Skirts, Cor set Covers and Drawers. $1.00 Night Gowns 75c $1.00 Skirts 75c .75 Corsets 59c .75 Drawers 59c fmmwwmwmt , A sensational selling in HOSIERY. Children's 25c Black. Hose 15c- 25c Tan Hose. 15c. Great Reductions in WALLPAPERS. Wall Papers at 6c, 10c, : 15c. WW Ladies Tan, White, Ooze, Patent, Vici, Gun-metal' Glazed Kid Oxfords in Pumps, lone eyelet,- two eyelet, three eyelet; also many of these style leathers in high shoes. A. K. Ritchie k Co. oo i $5 Here is an illus tration of one of our Boys' Five Dollar Suits, sizes 8 to 16 years. It's the best Boy's Suit the price ever bought. ' BENNINQTON. VT What an assemblage of bar gains ! What an array of choice, new, seasonable and desirable merchandise This June sale presents a full of good things at trifling prices. The spirit of saving prevades every where in the store and. prudent shoppers prnnnmizinc orofuselv. Life, activity. i (la V wa o I J ' impetus characterizes this six days event, of a sale it pays to attend. sale news in this ad is the. though justifiabb, could not more enticing. No, Indeea,' Thin-knitted UNDER WEAR for Men. 75c Spring Needle Shirts' and Drawers 39c. UNDERWEAR for Women, Misses and Chil dren. 50c Union Suits - - 19c 15c Vests, all styles, 10c 35c Lisle Thread 25c SHEETS and PILLOW CASES. Another lot of the For est Park Bleached Sheets. -9-4 at 39c. The first lot melted away.' Hemstitched Pillow Cases at 12Jc. THE BVRNINQ BANNER Published every day except bundaj -. , , and Holidays. . I Entered at the post-office Bennington, Vt., Dee. 11, 1003, at second clan mail matter. All ubicrlptlons payable In ad ranee SabscrlDtloa Per year Per month 13.00 .25 FRANK E. DOWE, Editor asd Publisher The State Result. - The result of the caucuses In this state which insures the nomination of George H. Prouty of Newport for gov ernor and Frank Plumleyof Northfleld congress in the second district and the re-nominatlon of D. J. Foster in this district was about what the close observers, not bound up by any ex treme personal Interest, expected. It is now in order to attempt to ex plain why thus was so and, in the opinion of the-Banner the reasons are easy to find. ' The present administration has been very popular in Vermont and Candi date Prouty 'a strongest card has been his oft repeated promise to carry on the polices of the Proctor administra tion. Naturally he had the sympathy and support of Governor Proctor and his friends and this did not hurt Mr. Prouty. Then too Mr. Prouty is a hustler and had his campaign well or ganized and his friends working while Mr. Stanton's canvass drifted along in la hap hazard fashion which is an out of dale method of compatgnlng. We do not believe that Mr. Prouty's'at tacks on Stanton profited him a vote as he never proved that part of his contention. Mr. Hasklns, In our opinion, owes his defeat to his ill timed and intern' perate remarks about the president It appears that he supported the ad ministration while in Washington but I at home he was very tree in crlticls ing the president on all occasions. Hasklns gave Plumley a close fight and it would have taken but a few more votes to have re-nominated him In this district Foster's success was a foregone ' conclusion. The only place where his opponents were strong was in the newspapers over in the other district Mr. Foster could have won even hadTie remained in the senatorial contest but his withdrawal from that took away about the only effective argument against him. He has creditably represented the dls trtct and is a hard worker in behalf of his constituents, is a supporter of the administration and, while his op ponents were, fine, clean, and able men, there was nothing to gain from promoting them at the expense of Mr, Foster.' The Burlington Free Press claims that Congressman -JToster now haB Franklin, Grand Isle and Chittenden counties solid, a large share of Addis on and Bennington and a good big representation in Rutland. If this is so. candidates Fish and Fleetwood had better hasten in out of the wet. St. Johnsbury Republican. The Free Press seems to have fig ured it about right TO HELP IDLE WOMEN , Woman's league to Open Campaign With New York Employers New York, June 17. The board of directors of the woman s League or New York state announced today" that It has decided to undertake a cam paign lor the reemployment of wage earning women in this state who are out of work and facing destitution. It irouoses to set aside August 15 as "Prosperity day" and to urge tnOuen tlal employers to Increase their num ber of employes on or before that date. The league proposes to work for the industrial training of girls In all counties where the league has re presentation. Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syrup Is the one that children like so well to take as it tastes nearly as good as ma' Die sujrar. It acts gently yet rreeiy on the bowels and thereby it drives the cold out of the system, it sola by D. A. Ward. OASVORIAi Tk Vmil Vrt UitM lima.. Dntlffto af t(Afy When ron need to taka something, take It promptly for the stomach, but take something you know is reliable somethlnx like Kodol ror Dyspepsia, and Indigestion. Kodol is pleasant to take, It Is reliable ana is guaranieea to rive relief. It is sold by D. A. Ward. . CABTOXlXAi Bun iht flim hm tWMt DeWltfs Kidney and Bladder Pills are prompt and thorough and will lo a very short time strengthen the weak ened kidneys. 8old by D. A. Ward ' rental ( thm best known preparation that Is offered to the people today for dvsneosia or Indigestion, or any stom ach trouble. Kodol digests all foods, lit is pleasant to take. It Is sold here by D. A. ware CASTOR I A Pot Inlanti ind CMldrcn. Tla M Yon Hara Always Bought Bears the glgnavtoraof TV Witt's Witch Hasel Salve. It Is 10c DELIVERY Puffkniret and env article from a oound of Candy to a SarstoKu Iruuk dulivumd any a here lit we viuaua lor iu oems. uuuiiue his titmice 10 eeuti nr mile extra. ruNiriiKors trans ported ftny where la Uie tlllhue at It oenli each. Iiave a good rig. William Rogers, Galusha's Stable PHONE 3912 DR.A.Z. CUTLER DENTIST (Mala Street Opp. lerary 6ld Naroott- uad for painless extraction. PHONB 3-12. OFFICE Old Furniture Wanted Good prices will be paid for al kinds of old furniture. Call or write BARNEY LEVIN 117 River St G. H. Thompson, M. D..C.M. PRACTICE LIMITED TO The Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat 18 Ashland St., No. Adams ' TELEPnOMB CONNECTION. RUTH A. SQUIRE TEACHER OF PIANO 161 North St. - Bennington, Vt QUICK FIRE CHARCOAL Put up in. paper bags for kindling and broiling. - Used, the same as wood but a great deal cheaper and better. -'- FOR SALE BY ALL GROCERS PREVENTION BETTER THAN A DOCTOR'S BILL A Told the GrlDM. it ti liable to develOB torn Ding serious. You bave a eold and cannot ac count for it. From the eellor to the attlo Tout bouse la full oManip air oa wash days. Send tbe whole woi k to WRIGHT'S LAUNDRY lffor4 M. Bear Rials - fUaalagtoa ' AND BE HAPPY. Wm. T Lawrence The Violin Teacher." Mr . Lawrence annoooeea irtls season, that he ill five I hour private lesson ani i noiirs en temoie puvyiDc: mereuy giving inree nours id Mrucuon for the ortoe ot a alOKle lewon. Mr. Lawrence m a most successful Instrno lor, having M pnplls, therefor belts; obliged to renign a' leader of orchestra at Baud's Opera House (Troy), a position be successfully filled tor 19 Tears; also first VMInist of Dorlng-'f oeieDraiaa orcnesira. in oraer v uetoie aia eO' tire tuna M teaetun. -tot terms adureaa Wm. T. Lawrence - 86 Sixth Ave TROY N. Y. Repairing Glasses Costs Honey The new Handy Shur On stays on. Mo outings guaranteed for one year. De Witt E Lewis, The Optometrist Phone 8M2 Next Y. at. C. A) THE WATER VAT rrwrtM Buffalo and Detroit U The) I, A ft. LtM StewiMri 1mv ftaffklo 117 i p. in.t iwrrn iiemcu itnrii wni 4srnBtftr,-0p tn-.RnntUviatlOOp.m. (rwntrl Um fmrhing thlr Wiiitka lhDitttomlB. Iircl oownTttkmrtB with krf snominf trttlnsv Lnwftft turn 4U4 tMptor tMrrio to all iwlou vnt Rail TklteU Available on Steamer AU vUm of tkU & rrftiltrtf vt VirHlirM intnl.WAiMsli uu) Grand Trnnh rUilwsiTi btwva Ttuffsvlo nl IlroN, la aUhatr ii Mr tlo will K ntJ fiar tru m aorutios oa l. t B. Una HUattMra, AmdtVAMntaraina IV fllaAtratd aaxa Vc-J Baloiattid Orrat Iks liap. swrrsw St v. Mii) j. r arsris Detroit It Buffalo Stsamboit Co. tmSP H. McmilAN, A. A. SCHANTi, vntminiiiT, wnuaiak Before you buy your SUPPLIES Come in and look ours over. We can suit you on goods and prices. Bandnup0ii K3 EVJTO 'S Ay GARAGE COR. MAIN AND SILVER STS. HOOSICK FALL8 Patrick Haley is Bpendlng two weeks In Troy, Danforth Geer. Jr., left Friday for the Adlrondacks. , Rev. Charles D. White has returned from Glens Falls. Thomas Fleming Is spending a few wpeks In Fair Haven. Guy II. Nlles hns been Bpendlng a few duys In New York. , Walter Redfleld haB taken a posi tion at Dolgevllle, N. Y. Joseph Downlt has gone to Lake Cossayuna for the summer. Mrs. S.'J. Eldred of North Pownal was a recent guest or her son Her bert. MIhb Sarah Boe worth of Bellevue Florida, Is spending the summer in this vicinity. The regular tests In the grades have been held this week and the promot ions were distributed at nine o'clock this morning. . The Hooslck Falls baseball team,' strengthened for the occasion, will play "Cy" Ferry's orphans at Plttsfleld next Saturday, A son was born on June 12 to Dr, and Mrs. Hllerton Rogers of Stevens Point, Wis. Mrs. Rogers will be re called ns MIhb Lufa Flsk. This birth chronicles the arrival of the second son, whose name will be Charles O Rogers. The Board of Education has appoint ed MIhb Helen H. Holley of Yonkers, N. Y., a graduate of Syracuse. Unlver sit y, as teaoher of lntln and German to succeed Miss Susanne B. Lent who recently reHlgned after two years successful teaching In those branches. The following are among those who wilt enter college next fall, having completed . courses at the Hooslck Falls high school: Homer C. White. SyracuHe University; Louis H. De- Iong. Union University; Carolyn H, f'ercey, Wellesley; I.ura M. Marsh, Smith college; Florence Quackenbush State Normal School, Oneonta. There was a hot meeting of the Hoo sick Falls Athletic association on Thursday evening, held for the pur pose of dlscuBBlng ways and means for a stronger nine to represent Hoo- Blck Falls. A new first baseman and another good pitcher, with Hayden of Hast Arlington, will be secured. Pres lilont Hughes appointed as a baseball advisory committee, James S. Scott, William Kirk, and W, A. CahllL The annual banquet ' of the high school alumni association will be held ou next Wednesday evening, June 24 at Wood's ojx'ra house. The arrange ments are under the guidance of an executive committee, consisting of the officers of the association, with Mrs. Knima U Milk as chairman. Mrs Jessie P. Byars Is rhnirman of the banquet committee, Supervisor Wll liam C. Jones has consented to pre side as toast master. The music will be fumltshed by Cusson's full orches tra. These events are yearly looked forward to with Interest by the ljcky alumni .ind It is proposed to mnke the 1908 event the best eveY. The committee Is hard at work with that end in view. ONE WAY OUT A Resident of Bennington 8 hows the Way. Only one way to cure a bad back. Liniment and plasters may relieve It; , They won't cure It backache means Blck kidneys. Doan's Kidney Pills cure all kidney Ills. Bennington people prove this. Read a case ot it: O. K. Wynian, retired, living on Branch street extension. Bennington, Vt, says: "My good opinion ot Doao'i Kidney Pills has not altered since I first used them three years ago. I was suffering at that time from kidney trouble, a weakness In the action of the secretions being the princip al symptom. I procured Doan's Kid ney Pills at Shurtleff's drug store and they cured me. I always speak of them .In the. highest terms of praise, and willingly re-indorse them at this tlme."t For sale by all dealers. Price 60 cents. Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the , nameDoan's and take no other. o at o an x a. . dean rte K"n 13n PLANING MILL end Wood-working Shop. . Cabinet work and interior fittings a specialty FRANK B. EDGERTbN Rs. uS Ilewey Ht. Shop (lead el A'cCall St ' BENNINQTON, VERMONT GEO. E. DONNELLY TEACHER OF VIOLIN AND MANDOLIN Engagements solicited for Gold smith's Orchestra. 600 Main St. Bennington. Vt. TELEPHONE 100 PHOTOS Beit line ot worn In this section Call and toe. Flnlihlnjr done for amateurs. W.T.White 425 Main St MOVING and TRUCKING Am prepared to do all kinds of teim work at reasonable prices. Re member, 1 have moved to 148 North St. C. H. PLUMB Telephone Connection 1 I, inn iita JWrfie i swawiniii in l1tT- If Yi sr 3 s VERMONT NEWS Items of Interest From Fourteen Court ties of the State. . Waller Deforge, whose parents live In Burlington, escaped from the In dustrial school at Vergennes Tuesday evening and all day Wednesday an officer from tho institution loitered about the boy's home In the hopes that the boy would appear. late In the afternoon young Deforge appeared and, was taken back to Vergennes. A Skin of Beauty Is a Joy Forever. kR. T. Felix Gouraud'e Oriental ' ' Cream or Magloal Beautlrlor ftanoraa Tan, Pimplss, ' KrecklM, Mtb I'.ichva, Huiii, sod bkln fliw-M on beauty, and d tm douctloii. It bu Mood t trwt ot m, ftud Is so htrmlcM wt UMn tub .unit Is pNpfrly mad. Aenptnocctinlr (rll ot simllai Sim. Dr. L. A. 8yrs uld to a Isdjr of tb hut ton la utlrulll Al r IsdlcaJ 1 rteummcoJ flaamad'a ria' u tb. M b.rmful nf sU Us skla prauknttumi." f it mi by sll draggiM sd Ksoey. Ooods t.lra la lbs United SUtas, Ostuds and Earops. fClT.HOPLKS, Prop, 37 Ural Jora Slntt IwTsl l A mi L r- a m T f f I Baawaw d BW f VA7 W. W f I r . "V I Y a 1 yj-z L SPECIAL OFFERING fflRT W AOTS 4Ua NEARLY 800 to choose from, divided in five big lots, at one price Nearly all are reduced to 1-2 or-1-4 off regular price, and all new patterns and only one-or two of any special design. These are the biggest bargains we have ever been able to offer you. M 40 aies' aNver embroidery piiy fine lawn, embroidery trim med, linen, tailor-made, lingerie and mull waists, also newest fat neck embroidered lawn waist, regular price $1.98, $2.50, $2.98 and $3.50. M OCp Ladies' Avhite lawn waists, mull OJt waists and allover embroidery waists; regular price $ 1 .25. and $ 1 .69. At 70f regular 98c waists, in J U I y t white lawn, embroidery or.lace ffSo C, IRoMeir I I I I fA- 1 Bvaw m v. f I 1 I Mil VERMONT NEW8 Items of Interest from Fourteen Coun ties of the 8tste. R. W. BIbhop, patent attorney of Washington, D. C. reports the issue of a patent on a planter to H. H. Mil ler, of Lyndon. The teachers' committee of the Rutland board of education has re ceived forty applications for the prln- If You have Floors to Finish If you hive had trouble gefung something to stand the wear and tread of human feet a Try Kyanize Floor Finish It's made on purpose for floors, and wears and does not scratch white or rub off. , It is different from other floor varnishes. It's made tougher and more lasting. We itoaraatee It to staaJ, Doth (lis Clear aad ' lb Ssrea Beautiful Colore Booklet aad Color Card Free T. A. Carpenter A. Sons, Bennington, Vt I w X t m. I A a t f otpalship of the high Bchool made vacant by the resignation of Samuel H. Ersklne, who after fourteen years' service goes to South Iancaster, Mass., to become superintendent of schools and high school principal There are fifteen Vermontera among the applicants for the position. The committee has selected four names to submit to the board of education for choice. iflOOR IJEsL C. F. MOON, Hooslck Falls, N. Y. 11 si BT II II trimmed, tailor-made, the new auto waist, the new lawn with large dots, also a Few slightly soiled $1.50 and $1.98 waists. At iflf All 98c lawn waists, slightly II JUL soiled or damaged waists; there are some big bargains. . ' Md?0 AO All lace or net waists, every )t).yO one new this season, sold from $5,00 to $7.98; your choice of any. at $3.98. &, Co fr& especially good for piles. Be sure to get DeWltt a. oia oy u. a. waru.