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It is impossible to be well, simply im
possible, if the bowels are constipated. I'aste products, poisonous substances, must be removed from the body at least Ash your doctor ahoulA'er', Pilh, gently once each day, or there will be trouble. laxatioe, all vegetable. He knows why they The dose or Ayer's mis is small, only One Pilh act directly on the lioer. J. O. AyprCo. one pill at bedtime. All vegetable. Juistt o. deceive Invoices from three of the lead ing manufacturers of Ladies' Suits and Cape in New York City SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY, SATUR DAY AND MONDAY'S SELLING This is your opportuniry to get a nice Suit, Cape or Coat at very low prices. Don't miss it. AT nality Stores 453457 Haiii Street n S .W- r Midi f -J Wl hinm '1iiirim f OF Furniture, Carpet Stoves is Eriange AIL PRICES CUT IN HALF The entire Stock and Fixtures ol the Gats lick Furniture Co., 75 Main St., North Ad ams, Mass., must be sold at once at 50c on the dollar. If you need Furniture, Carpets, Stoves and Ranges, come and see our prices before buying ekewhere and save 50c on the dollar on all purchase . made here. We Musi Vacate Premises Saturday, November 6th DON'L MISS THIS GREAT HALF PRICE SALE Livingston Trading Co. 75 Main St., North Adams, Mass. BEHHIUQTOH BRIEFS News of the Town and Village Told Briefly for Busy Readers. Miss IxjuIhc UuiTuin is in Troy to day. The Misses Putnam are In Trov to day. Denjiimin Seniilitzsky of Mill street is in Troy today. Mrs. William liurke Is ill at her home on Morgan street. Dr. Frank K. Grennan of Schenec tady was inown over Sunday. Miss Bessie Hicki'ord returns to day from a short visit in Boston. Henry McManaway of lloosick Falls visited friends here Sunday. Miss Martha Snow is spending a few days at her home in Manchester. William Mclaughlin of Main street spent Sunday a his home in Dauby. Mrs. .John H. Warren of School St., returned Sunday from a visit in Bos ton. Richard Maurer of Schenectady spent Sunday at his home in this town. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Miner of Mill street are re.loicing over the birth of a son. E. J. Swan, a traveling salesman spent Sunday at his home on Main street. James A. Kddy of Troy spent Sun day at his summer home at Benning ton Center. Miss Iluldah Bowen has returned from South Dorset when! she has been visiting for a mouth. Dr. F. W. Goodull who has been in Albany for several days, spent Sun day at his home on Main street. Miss Bridget Cunningham of North Bennington visited Mrs. Margaret Mc Carthy of (lage street over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Guy McKeon and El bert McKeon spent Sunday at 'the home of Mrs. McKeon in Arlington. Bernard Cullinan of Arlington who has been visiting his sister, Mrs. Guy McKeon of Gage street, has returned home. Mrs. Henry Goodall and daughter, Elizabeth, of J.ake Kushaiua, N. Y., are spending a few days at Dr. R W. Goodall's. I'eleg Mattison of Auburn, N. Y., who has been visiting his parents, Mr and Mrs. John B. Mattison of South street, returned this morning. The monthly cards in the public schools will be issued this noon and the parents of the scholars are re quested to carefully inspect them. Lost Between' the stocking mill and St. Francis church a gold chain with pearl heart charm. Finder will please leave at the Banner office and receive reward. Harold Bottum returned to his .stu dies at the Troy Conference academy at I'onltney today, after spendini: a few days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. 1 4. Bottum. Mrs. P. M. Buckley and Mrs. S. A. Smith of Athol, Mass., attended the funeral of the late Horace Bent here Sunday and will remain here a lew days visiting relatives. Mrs. John Hogan of Maple street and Miss Mary tluiltinan of Division street returned Sunday from Troy where they attended the funeral o( their aunt, Mrs. Jane Fleming. Adams high school eleven defeated ihe local high Saturday jifternoon by a score of 'M to 0. On liie preceding Saturday the local team held the Ad ams team down to a score of to j. In Saturday's game the Bennington boys were outclassed both in. age and weight, many post graduates playing on tlte Adams team. Mr. and Mi:'. C.eorge Hummer en tertained over HO guests at a venison dinner at their home in the wet part of the town Sunday. The guests In cluded people from this village and lloosiek. The dancing cl:iss of the Young Woman's club will be held in Fores ter's hall on Tuesday evening. After the class all members are asked to iidjourn to the club for a special bus iness meeting. The funeral of the late Horace Bent was largely attended from the house Sunday afternoon at 2::!0. Hev. Geo.; S. Mills officiated. The lrvarers were members of the family of the deceas ed. The burial was In tne family lot in the Village cemetery. In the piano contest this week the standing contestants will be announc ed each day till Thursday, l ing the day of the close. That evening the announcement will be made hourly till !l o'clock. At the last stroke of ihe town clock the ballot will close. Miss Frances Ryan was sutprisi'd by a number of her high school friends at her home on South street Saturday evening when a Hallowe'en patty was held in her honor. Games in keeping with the occasion were played and dancing enjoyed. These present report an exceptionally jolly good time. The famous Byrne Brothers will produce their successful pantomimic production "The New Eight Bells" at the opera house Monday evening No vember 8. The tricks and scenic ef fects invented by the talented John F. Byrne are very clever and startling and the piece is entirely new and conies as fresh and crisp as a new j bank note. I A I t.illowe'en nnrtv wns iriven liv Hazel Hufnagel Saturday evening to her many little friends. The guests came dressed as follows: Helen Molt as a gypsey, Catherine Healy as a witch, also Beulah Whitoly as a witch, Mary Healy as a negress. Hilda Tiffany as a devil, Ruth Walker as Liberty, Alice Collins as a ghost, Mar jqrle Lyons as a Dutch girl, Julia Normandy as an old Indian chief and Hazer Hufnagel' as an Indian maid. Games were played and refreshments were served. All returned home de claring they had spent a most enjoy able evening. Dyspcplets Rn(fr-roid Tab li tt, quickly relieve hour Stomach. Henri'iiim. Nausea, Wiml in the Stomach, Nea irktitjsH, .Si-'r;lssiit uridine f rom Iiuliifi'fttmii, all tti rf-orrfurt of lvpt irsiu. They ar -oiiiih(i of tl.e lw.it (liKMivos, cnrintnntivfit ami corrm-t ivtiM, unit are nuwalriH ami economical Hut up in llu.'B si,cs, It., 'J.''. aut 41. Sold liy alt rircjcuitta, anl s"iit promptly l.y nmil on rwnj.it of price ly C. 1. Jlo M U , Mttr. rh.-inisit. liowwll, 11' MiiUo by Hood ll'tf OooU. LOW PRICED ADVERTISING FOR SALE IOll 8.UE OH T KEHT-Tlie Itlaekmer -- lioine-tetel. Park St. Terms reuonuule. Also devli-able bujltlinir lot for eule. Iiiuiilreof Mart n Hitickuier. 3i t iikin St. Bitf VmU WALK 2 HideLoards, r.ddintr chairs, leather wated llimriK mom rhalra. 1 Cole's hot blii.it coul stove, 1.". old iliroiuo. Empiire of Philip T. II. pji'rson, MVi Va.ihiiito.ii Ave., liuimiiiirtoii. Vt. luitr HIOU Kl,K-To reduce stork. I will sell Home of uiy cows, calves and one brood mure. Ahui H heavy two horse double sprliiif wiilion. new I iix-. new rims with brake and scut, newly painted, (ico. K. Ia 8, near Hiiynes' Cornem. 'jina A I tlTOUCtCI.K HR NAI.K -Ilni' nearly -1 new 4 II. I'.. M. M. Sn-i:tl, in K.-i fect dition; liuiley tivail lilt. V rulilier Indt driM-. Hdjiistahli' ifi'ai-s. Knllv )f uaruntecd. A btutiain. JvWitt K. I ww. U;l Alain St. Wf 1,'Olt SAI.K On,. Mcor.d-iaiid uutouiolille, recently ovurhanled and in (food oondi. Hon. I'riis rcasoiaililc. M'. .Itmcs, ilTtf IT m a. vri Saves Honey and THE NEW WHITNEY I, OK SAI.K -Second cais; Cailillac, Humbler and i'm-d makes. Apply at lllucliook (iar. 1 aire, W. I). Newton, oroiirictor. i;( I.flt h.tI,K -I pair of holies. 1 set li(fht harness. 1 Lake cart, 1 liake oven with eiiiipincnt. Apply to II. Dunlap. Ijist Arlinif-V- I sin J4 POR K LK - SHt-ial haiifaln for thirty days y n electric roail two and one-half Hides from Henniinrton, two acres of itimm! leel land, atfoiBl two-story w en-room houw, painted; liai ii 1 lv:.n in K'd n-pair, nie hen houses M apple ti-eec. u I npi in j nn place. Five minutes walk trom the electric road. leel sIiimimi of water Hows through the land. Price 7il Nash Sc H u t eli ins. m,f ( tAN VOU UK AT THIsfl'KariiiorWacres v- mi acres tillable hind, Sft acres pastuiv and wihmI lot; itikmI ii-iihiiii hoiisi; one Uirn Hnxi'i one barn extra limes' on plait- that would make K""llciicmeiit; new hen house lu.xij, built last year; corn house and lnar lions e With this kin's S in n's ol oats, 4 acit-s corn i ucitu iM.talis'S, -J-4 tons hay, J ucitw buckwheat, milch cows, 1 horse rake, 1 mowing lunchine. V atcr supply ifois at lions.' and pasture. All lorjivm cash. All Im-nled a inil.-s from So. Shaltbury It. H. slation. .Nash i lluichins. Tltf 7 NEW PICTURES FEATURES FOOLS OF FATE (A dramatic story of the Canadian woods by the lilOKi'Hph Co.) AND How He Earned His fledal (Airrcnt eonasly.) METHODIST CHURCH FAIR OTHER PICTURES CONVICTS RKVENGE Dramatic. lODI CATING TUB BLIND. Til KICK MOUNTAIN CL1MHERS Dramatic CONVICTING KVIDKNCIO Dramatic MASTER GOES SHOPPING Comedy SONGS I'm Awful Glad I Met You My Yankeeland Altf'H I K I). HAYWAKI) MISS K V A M. I.AS.SOU ... . . . Vis-alist Pianist I.rtCTS MIOH KOISU-Tho the tiles out lip 1 toi d arc small in actual inches and so cost less to reiilace. they ni-e in reality the largest I ires used on any automobile. Tin! 8i,o is onlv laiyeasi ipaitd w ith the loud to Is' carried. I'or each pound of Kurd rarthercare 2.;tl cubic inches uf tin'. On no other car inumifiictured isthetli-e si.e larirer than 't inches for each pound of weight. I'here is sonic iiiiHiituuce to this. I'or sale by W. 1. .Newton. sni vV WANTED 'AN.ICII A frill lor ircnpral housi'work ' 'iaioie-atre.1 iku-soii prelcrrable. Arplv Mrs S. II. Hall. Ik'iiiiiuvtou t enter. 8t'f WA.TKI- Situation to do ironeriil house work or sond work. Addrvss ltox I V.'. Dointit, V t. ;)it) II'ANTKD-Tii iret furnaces to can lordur- iiiK thecoiiiiiiK winter. Keifiilar. care ful and prompt sen if iruarantccsl. II. . I. (ins. wol'l. li" South St. .Hi' IIT ANTKO--At oncu, married man for iten M erul farm work. Must l' noisl milncr. Also younu mail to work on milk waifon. Tene ment's f iirnishisl. Persoiril lnleriew ilesiivd. lliliind Kay, lli iininifton, Vt. S'tti tf ATtlTTeachci-s wauled. Vacancies V still occurimr: prlncipalshiiis. ifitides, rural sihools. F.iiroll now. The llatlmway 'reachei-s' Agcnvv, UiW Ik-nnliitften. KM IS tlT NTFI - Washlnirs to i!o; brought to t the house. Miss(iinc; Thomas, lii Ad ams St. Sf.t lir AVTFD- Yoiiuir men to learn automobile V business by mail mid prepare for posi tions as chatleurs and it-pair men. We make you cxs'i t in ten weeks; assist you to secure 'position. Pay biit; work pleasant; demand lor men ififiit ; rea-sonuhlc ; write for particle (ai and sample lesson. Kiupire Autoiiiobile Institute. Uocliestor. N. Y. VtMi IO II F.NT llouseto rent: 7 fs-r in. inth. In Uiiire of .1. ('. liiekurt. t:w .Sott St. Xt'i H HKT-. Newly furnisiicd rooms with steam heat and baths. liUjitire of Mi's. lir. Merrow, opposite Ucpot, No. Ilclininifloii, vt. 1 1 r cO urti'- Hon ii stairs tenement with all ' miMlcrii conveniences, hsatcd on Spring street. Apply to W. II. l.iiudcri.'aii, telephone Ki-15or to lamilv iipstiiii-s at 11") Sprimf St. wntii IO ItKI T ' ousc owned by (ieorjre X t'olviu and sisti'rs. corni-r of Pross'Ct and I'lcasant Streets. North llciiniiii.'toii. Vt.. $ -V per month. Possession tfirn iiiuneiliately. iiccupleil last two veins by Fred Church (iood ifardeii and hen heii-e aitached. Apply to W. (i. Sluiw or - I. Spatloel. P. M. Hnt O Itr.NT- House corner Main and Viilen. tine stittls. Well situated for i-cniinir looms or takinif liounlcrs. Ili'iiiiv Mrs. K. Norton, :ili) I'h'asant St. , H'ttl IiO K K AT 10 room house on MoruHii St., electric litrhts, water in housi-. Impiire of Nash a Hiitchins. tMtU Afternoons Nights - 2.30 7.30 to 10.30 ADMISSION Adults 10c. Children 5c. Matinee Daily, 5c to all. Pictures Changed Daily DON T F0RGETT0SEETHEBIG BABY SHOW AT LIBRARY THEATRE THIS WEEK Come and vote for the prettiest bby 25 pictures will be shown on the curtain. See the p izes in Squires' window. Matinee every afternoon this week. 1 VOTE WITH EACH 5c TICKET 2 VOTES WITH EACH 10c TICKET TODAY'S PROGRAM TOM tut; MM. THE MROKEN VIOLIN A LPHONSE THE DEAD SHOT ONE LEGGED PETE & PAT A CHANGE OF HEART (A Fine Miograph Picture.) 'Il II I , r One I vent avenue, tan. modern tenement on Con Inquire ol John I'. M 1 1 1 II-Hf I TO lll-'T - Desirable stoit'S, mill property Individual storairc lockers. orth M. tcncii tits, ollices ii Ii titer power A in. K. Hawks. aoTi LOST I I1ST In o'in lioiisp, Friday i-M-ninif. a I . bla k Spanish luce scarf, I hn-c-cornen cl In s'uipe. Parties el e sit t imf in row of seat K. Finde'- i leal- ret urn to llama-r oltiec. :tt f TAKK tf It WATCH A.N I) CLOCK Itl'.l'AIKIMI TO J E. MATTISON WATCHMAKER Wain Street North Bo-nlngton (Cobblestone hou-c.) Work Knaranteed. Admission Sc and 10c J. B. KARIE - Lessee and Mgr. WM. T. LAWRENCE THOUOUOH. t'UACTK'AL AND AKT1STI VIOLIN INSTRUCTION SrUDIO 80 SIXTH AVKNDR Ttt OY. N.Y III Towu Mondays ami Tuosdav The love of lcarnlnif, the seipimtered noukt And all the sweet serenity of .sjoks." A COLLECTION OF BOOKS At fair prices, of Interest to ull book lovers AT A. EDDY'S in nam Home llldK., Opp. Memorial Fountain Lewis J. Carpenter has pianos to rent and for sale at reasonable prices. Inquire at Hud son's Ice Cream Parlors, where or ders for tuning will be ta'ten. mi -- V r.'. i 'if -'- r. i u z i :t miiMK MEM OF FASHION WANT Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes SOLD BY ! Mount Antlionv lodce. F and A will Mold the regular meeting on Tuesday, November 2nd at 8 o'clock p. in. The first denree will, be con ferred. All entered npprent ices are requested to attend and witness the work of this degree. 1 llgww'" iiiill Copydht 1909 bv Hart Srhtw;& Mn . F yoi're interested in sports you're sure iO be interested v stvlish clothes: vou'll meet ten who dress well and want the best. We can't do better for you nor for ourselves than to get you in to Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes ; and that's better than anyone else can do for you. All-wool fabrics, perfect tailoring, correct style; suits $18 to $45; over coats $18 to $60. Fur Glove $ 1 .00 to D.00 for ladies and ents. TobojiKans and Tarn O' Shanters, 2."ie to $1,011. The Phoenix Mndler and Way Muffler, fiOc. Lad ies' Knit Gloves 2"ic and GOe. Flan nel -Shirts $1.00 to $2..ri0. Suspend ers, KulIdoK make, 25c and 50c. Hoys' and Children's Suits, Overcoats and Iteefers from $2.00 to $7.r0. Moys' Waists from 25c to 50c (Mother's Friend Waists). Sweaters for Men and Hoys, 41.00 to $5.00. Underwear for Men and Hoys, 25c to $1.50. Lat est stylo Hats 50c to $5j00. wftl Open Tomorrow Afternoon and , Continue Three Days The Metbodist church fair is on this week. It will open at two o' clock Tuesday and be open from 2 to 10 each day. Supper as follows: Tuesday, turkey; Wednesday, venison barbecue; Thursday, chicken pie. We are sure you will not go hungry. Wni. Bradford has brought down a fine buck which he has kindly given for the roast. A fine list of articles will be ofTered for sale, ranging from a piano to a scribe for a good magazine at the club rates to be offered. The local merchants with very few exceptions have been very kind and generous In placing contributions for the booths. There will be offered a full line of groceries and cosmetics. The orange tree will afford much amusement. There will be many things suitable for Christmas presents. The fair will be opened each day from 2 to 10 o' clock. Supper served from 6 to 9 o' clock. , Automobiles will be at the service of the public from 3 until 6 and from 7 until 10 o'clock. Let us make it a pleasant week socially. Everybody most cordially invited. You will find a check room where wraps may be left free of charge. The admission Is only ten cents. , Come! brlug your smiles and you will find others. Wi H. LOOMIS IN NEBRASKA Former Resident is Traveling With "The Honeymoon Trail." The following concerning William H. Lootnis, a former resident, appear ed in'a Nebraska paper of recent date: "Mert Maker, the irascible old man in "The Honeymoon Trail," at the Moyd, came very near being the whole show. Every time he comes to Oma ha, Maker seems a little more enjoy able than before. His laughs, the very expression on his face, is enough to send the audience into near hyster ics. Sharing the honors with Maker is William II. Loomls as Franz" Von Mohr, descendant of German princess and fighter f duels for girls he has only seen once. Loomls has the rare faculty of playing a German role with none of the traditional state Teuton about him." MISS MARSDEN AHEAD Was Leader Today in Vote Contest for Piano The piano contest today at one o' clock stood as follows: Miss Marsden 840 Miss Van Gorder . 774 Miss Delorey 68S Miss Pellerin 34 N Mrs. .1. W. Martin 73 Miss Mlue 24 The time of counting was changed today to one o'clock instead of three and may have some bearing on the present count. In the future counts the time will be one o'clock of each day and the result will appear the same day in the paper. BEHKINQTOH BRIEFS News of the Town and Village Told Briefly fof Busy Headers. Tlie baby show contest at Library hall begins this evening. Miss Grace Eddy lias returned from a business trip to New Yoik. Miss Julia LaMarre of School street was in Arlington Hundiiy. Avery Hall of I'iltsfieUl is visiting the Misses Adams of I'liion street for a few days. E. L. Stolikker took Mrs. George I. Matchelder and family of Manchester to Mrattleboro Sunday in one of W. I, Newton's cars. NORTH BENNINGTON Clarence Whipple of Moston has been a recent visitor ln-iv. Miss Marie Canfield of Mennington s-pent Sunday at her home here. Miss Nettie Galusha spent Sunday at her home in Center Shaftsbury. Mr. and Mrs. Merritt Hewitt of Eagle Itridge, spent Sunday willi friends in town. . The Woman's Missionary society will meet Tuesday afternoon at three o'clock with Mrs. Kalph .lones. Mrs 'll Fiirnswortli and daughter of Keene, N. II., are guests of Mrs. Guy Farnsworth 011 West 'street. Percy Russell who has been spend ing a two weeks vacation in Florida returned Sunday, He reports a line trip. Miss Phillips of Mennington who has been spending several days with her aunt, Mrs. Amelia Muling, return ed home yesterday. The Woman's Christian Temper ance Union will meet Wednesday af ternoon at three o'clock at the home of Mrs. L. A. Cooney. The Evening Star club will meet with Miss Louise Wilson Tuesday , evening at 7:30. It will be a social , evening. All the members are cordi- j ally invited to be present. j The annual harvest, supper of the Congregational church was held Fri day evening. 'I here was a large at tendance. Following the supper an entertalument was given In which Williams college students participa ted and Miss Austin and Mrs. Eldred sang. 1 SEAVER'S DYSPEPSIA TABLETS Have you dyspepsia? If you have perhaps you want to get rid of it. You can by taking SEAVElt'S iivspi.H'RIA TAltl.ETS. We do not print any pictures of before and after taking. You can get them by standing before the looking glass. If you don't believe this, try the tablets and you will. We have proved that ssh.A VHR'B DYSPEPSIA TAMLETS will cure dyspepsia over and over again. We are ready to demonstrate ' it In your case, nnd we will tell you how. do to the store of ,1. M. Ayres and get a package. Take it according to dir ections. If it cures you, step in aim tell the druggist so. ir it ooesn t, uten in Hist the same and tell him that and he will hand you right back the ducats you paid him. lk you suppose this offer would be made if we had any doubts about what the tablets will do for you? Do you see any way that you can lose any money nut nf It? Mut if von reallv enlov dyspepsia, and want to retain It per manently, let SKAVKK S UYSt'l'aJ SIA TAMLETS alone, for the tablets won't let dyspepsia alone. DROP EM and look over my samples of fine suitings and overcoatings. I wi 1 be at the Shurtleff Pnarmacy, with a complete line, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday evenings (Nov. 1, 2, 3), from 7:30 to 10:00. It won't cost one c nt to look. W. A. HOURAM Exclusive Resident Dealer tor THE ROYAL TAILORS BENNINGTON COUNTY SAVINGS BANK EENXINOTON. VEKMONT Statement of Condition Aug. 1, 1909 INCOKPOUATKD IN 1H7 Loans RESOURCES g $1 512,595.79 Kel Estate M't'ga. $1 098,74:1.00 Miink'ipats ;ri,.w..w MermeiHl Lohii .. lUJiVi.K: Real Estate by lore:losiiri! Banking House Cash in Banks on interest Casb on band 200.00 20 000 CO 31,074.41 LIABILITIES Amount due Depositors $1,405,303.50 Surplus 164,980.87 $1,570,284.47 $1,570,284.47 hlvlclend July Int. 1009, was at tlie rate of -4 per cent per mill urn. Dlvldenils are declared twice vinr vIt-hj , of t lie tl ret Uayi of J miliary anil July, accort Inn to law. j All dlvldi'iiilH not withdrawn will tie ttiMetl to the principal ant draw Interest an new uepoeilii, I whether bank book is prenenlel or nut. DeptxUtg made on or liefore the fifth day of any month draw lutcrmt from tlie Hint la ol I that niontb. ' TIMWrKKSt I R. fllUSON. Proal'tnt : J . It, JUDHON v"liT-Ptiwident ; E. D. WELLING .JOHN ItolMNS'i.N. A. li.GAKU.NUIt. K. H. PUTNAM. KUWAHDL. KIHI.EV FELLOW FARMERS: Out crops are now out of the way. We w sh the blamed rocks and stumps were Jitto. Then when the bluebirds come again we could plow a straight furrow withojt breaking a point or the Ten Commandments. BLAST the rocks anyhow. Trey mike life on the firm a perpetuil Sing Sing. Let's blast tnem this Fall. Let's DOITNOW. 18: worth of Dynamite will rip a big rock straight up the back. GRISWOLD I REMINGTON & ftOOD GENERAL CONTRACTORS IN $ BUILDING and SLATE ROOFING RETAILERS OF LUMBER, DOORS, TIMBER AND ALL BUILDING MATERIALS SHOP AND Y ARID ON FRANtCLIN STREET OFFICE 118 SOUTH ST. PHONE 133-5 QQQQQ,Qr$ THE NEW MILITARY n COLLAR COAT sa NOT in years has any ovecoat been introduced that has met with such universal favor as this very new number of our Overcoat Family. It is made mostly in single breasted mod els i i handsome cheviots. Prices $10.00 to $18.00 A man provided with one of these Military Col l.ir Coais is ready for any sort of weather the Weather-Man has in store. Burt BroSo lelepnone 121-4 f?i'CHELO H BENNINGTON. VT. v: .' ' 1 "