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Ail $4.00 Emerson Men's Oxfords $3.29.
$3.50 Emerson Men's Oxfords $2.89.
All $2.50 Waldorf Men's Oxfords at $ 1 .98.
All $3.50 Ladies' NOVECK Oxfords $2.89, $3 ones $2.49.
All $2.75 ones at $2.25, $2.50 ones $2,19, $2.25 ones $1 .98.
$3.00 Pumps $2.49, $2.00 ones $1.75, $1.75 ones $1.50.
10 per cent off on Educator Shoes and Oxfords for Girls
and Children. t
10 per cent off on all Girls' and Boys' Oxfords.
$3.50 Men's Patent Cott Oxfords, LONGWALKER, at
One pair lot broken line of Men's Shoes and Oxfords,
were $4.00 at $3.00, were $3.00 at $2.00.
One pair lot broken line of Ladies' Shoes and Oxfords,
were $3.00 at $2.00, were $2.00 at $1.50.
Ladies' Tailored Suits at 1-4 to 1-2 reduction from regular
Ladies' Linen Wash Suits and Lingerie Dresses at 1-4 off.
Ladies' $1.25 to $1.50 Shirt Waists at 98c.
Ladies' $1.25 to $1.50 Muslin Petticoats at 98c.
$1.C0 R. & G., GB and Thompsons Corsets at 69c.
50c Men's and Boys' Negligee Shirts 43c and 39c.
$1.00 Men's Negligee Shirts, beautiful patterns, 85c.
443-447 Main Street - Hawks Block
An aromatic liquid for repelling the attack of mos
quitoes, flees and other insects. To allay pains from bites
apply liquid and allow to remain on wound. Do not rub
off To repell the attack of insects rub the hands and
face with the liquid and place some in a container in the
Price 23 Cents
North St., Bennington, Vt.
J. -L Loring 2s Co.
" sacketTplastIrboards "
Used Instead of Lath
FIRE, SOUND AND VERMIN PROOF
Standard Wood Fibre Plaster, Follett's Lime, Plas
tering Hair, Calcined Plaster, Marble Dust and
" ATLAS PORTLAND CEMENT"
The Standard of All Portland Cements.
Also COAL" Wholesale and Retail
LENOX HALF STOCK ALE
GENUINE OL D PORTER
"Made in the Berkshires" Brewery Bottling.
BERKSHIRE BREWING ASS'N., P,T
GEORGE VV. WILLIAMS, Agent
On Draught at Cottage Hotel
A Litte Sermon on Matters That Each
Must Decide for Himself.
Wiien we limit God to a man sittii
on a great white tnrone ruling the
world, we are looking through a knot
hole. God Is the Great I am. He ex
presses himself in many ways, in fact
everything Is an expression of God. "I
am that I am" (or I am what I will to
be) "I am Jesus whom thou perseeu
test." "I am the first and I am the
last and beside me there is no God."
"1 am the Lord and beside me there Is
iioue else." ' I form the light and cre
ate darkness. I make peace and cre
being." Happy 13 the man who caii see God
in a.ll things.
Stop fighting and resisting that
which appears to you as evil. 3v con
tending you prolong its life. "Resist
not evil, but overcome evil with
good." I.lye your life to the best of
your understanding, carry the thought
of peace and good will toward men;
sow the positive seeds of peace, hap
piness, health and love (not lust)
knowing t.iat "as a man soweth that
shall he also reap," not in some
'sweet by and by" but every day. Did
you ever stop to think what it means
to possess these positive thoughts?
Why man! i.ose your almanac! For
get your birthday! Get Into the posi
tive and you will build a new body. I
don't care if it Is half gone with con
sumption. That is the kind of faith
that .leals. Faith is no blind thing.
Faith is inner consciousness. Then
let us get these two words well estab
lished in our minds inner conscious
ness. You can think yourself to the door
"and to him that knocketh it shall be
opened," but before you enter you
must set aside your thinking and the
outer consciousness as you would lay
aside your clothes at night. This
gives tae Inner voice an opportunity
to speak. Perhaps more often I sim
ply feel the glow of light, as it Is writ
ten "and if your eye be single, your
whole body will be full of light." I
can't stay long as a time. My mind
keeps coming back for the clothes I
left outside the door (material things)
I am not ready for the kingdom or I
wouldn't keep looking around for my
mortal covering, but 1 have seen and
heard many things and felt "the peace
that passeth all understanding." Yet
the devil has to punch me along more
or less and I haven't had quite
enough of hell to get out forever but
Heaven is nearer v than yesterday.
About televe years ago I was in debt
and all in physically. When I got to
the end of my rope, I was ready to
listen. I became as a little child and
I saw as I had never seen before.
Little by little. the way has been made
clear. The light within '.wis led me
into "green pastures and beside still
waters" and surrounded me with the
blessings of home and dear ones, fi
nancial freedom (no extra trimmings)
and health, the greatest wealth that
earth can express.
Therefore I say, look to the source
of your own Inner strength you are
not a success till you do. What good
would millions do you if you cannot
control your own body. We will con
tinue t,iis subject In our next article.
Frederick T. Huntington.
WOMAN AIDS Y. M. C. A.
Miss Elizabeth Plankinton Has Done
Much for Milwaukee.
Miss Helen Gould is only one of a
great many unmarried women who
find plenty to do in tYie world's work,
having money with which to do more
effective work than others, as willing
to make the lot of humanity better.
Miss Elizabeth Plankinton is the
leading woman philanthropist of the
City of Milwaukee, and recently gave
a hundred thousand dollars to the
Young Women's Christian Association
of that city, an example that the as
sociations of other cities would be
glad some woman of their own city
might follow. A $10,000 pipe organ
Is her gift to the new Milwaukee
Auditorium, and several years ago
she added to the beauty of her native
city by having erected a heroic statue
of George Washington In the public
square. She is a business woman
with considerable knowledge of law,
is a great traveler and, besides, a
leader of fashion in her home city.
A DeSAGAN HEIR
The Princess Formerly Anna
Gives Birth to a Son
Paris, July 17. A son was born
to the Princess Pe Sagan, who was
Miss Anna Gould of New York on
Thursday. The birth occurred at the
beautiful country place of the prin
cess, the Chateau Marals at St. Cher
on. The birth of a son not only secures
the succession to the Sagan title, but
moans a Sagan heir presumptively to
sjinre the fortune of Princess Sagan
with her three children by her previ
ous marriage with Count Honl De Cas-tellano.
It's the last impressionjthat you get of a pair of shoes that decides whether
or not you are going to buy the same brand again. No matter how well they
may look when new, if they lose their shape or wear out quickly, the store that
sold them car not expect to sell another pair to the same customer.
U)e Walk-Over vShoes for Men
&fe Cross Shoes for Women
are of the come-again kind. . Walk-Overs $3 50, $400 and $5.oo, Cross Shoes
$3.00 and $3.50. People are coming for low shoes at sale prices. . The $4 00
kind now $2.90; $3ioo low shoes for women $2.29.
Cool Shoes for Warm Weather
I BUY W
Troy, N. Y.
Now or you will pay more. Wool has advanced fifty per cent and Blankets are bound to.
Every Banket up to 41 The Old Store" standard that means the best materials and the
11-4 White Wool nixed Blankets,
with pink or blue borders. A $3.25 blanket
11- i Heavy White Wool Blank
ets, bound with wide silk binding, will sell
later at $4 50, now
11-4 Extra Heavy White Wool
Blankets, with handsome borders, a $5.00
one. July sale price,
11-4 Extra Fine White Wool
Blankets, made from fine Ohio fleece; a
$6.00 blanket for
11-4 White California Wool
Blankets; are extra heavy, double warp;
worth $7.50. July sale price,
11-4 White Blankets, made from
selected California fleece, one of the finest
blankets in the market. A $9.00 article for
1 1-4 Extra fine California Blankets,
made from California lamb's wool. Regu
lar price $10.00. July price
$8.50 v .
11-4 White Summer Weight
Blankets, just the thing for cool summer
Colored Blankets of all kinds fc i Aft s CIO CA
for the Home, Hotel or Camp use P 1 -UU LO lZ.OU pCr pair
"The Old Store." Troy. M. Y.
Mala Ntrect, - Opp- Lthraiy Bld
Narcotics! Used For Painless
C. W. WRIGHT, M. D.
Eye, ear, new and throat. Glassed properly
Bttl. KyeandEar Surgeon 10 the City Hos
pital. Formerly cllnioul assistant to the On
ml Loriloii Kye itoHpiful, also assistant sur
eou at New Vurk Noao and Throat Hospital
North Ada it, s
First class New York Fifth Avenue Tailor o
ml kind of men's irarmenta. Suits maile from
(Jf ami tip. .All work guaranteed with liest
satisfaction. Call and you will surely come
28 North St. Bennington Vt.
ARE VIOLATING THE LAW
Express Companies Charge More For
Through Than Local Kates
Washington, July 17. Hates of Ai
ams Express company, ilio Anu;i"an
Kxprofcs company, Wells-Karso & Co.,
and the Pacific Express company be
tween New York City and llolrse, Ida
ho, and other inte! -mountain tirritory
according to a decibion by the iii'er
stntc commerce oocuuiw.lon. ' in al
most every instance violate the gener
al principle that a through rate snail
not exceed the lowest combination ot
the local rates between the same
This decision was made in the case
of the Boise Commercial club against
the express companies uaTiud.
Exposure to Wet,
dampness and cold, results in a sudden cnlR,
Take a teaspoonful of Perry Davis' Pain
killer, in half a glass of warm water or milk.
The whole systtsni will be heated Bnd the
danger of cold avoided. Two million bot tles
are sold every year and this after seventy
yours in ne. There is the new and econom
ical 35 cent size and also the 50 cent size.".
Large line of high grade Refrigerators at very moderate prices. It is not
economy to use an old refrigerator, as a new one of late design will save its
price in ice in one season.
Cots and Outfits for Campers, new or second
hand. Oil Stoves, Hammocks and
other Hot-weather Comforts