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Ki.ort..u... $10.00 Suits at
C. W. WRIGHT, . D.
Eye, etr, new sml throat. l'.laes iirnMT'v
OtU'd. KyoHinl Knr Surgeon to the City Hna
fltHl. formerly c-llniricl mwiStiuit tcitlieOn
rttl bntuloii Rye Mii-m'iUI, hKj axnistuut out
(ron at New York Nine him Throat IIimiiUhI
Increase your potato crop by using BOWKER'S PY
ROX. It is sure death to potato bugs and blight, therefore
preventing rot. We aho have paris green and arsenate of load
and tank sprayer pumps.
We handle the McCormickilinc of farm machinery, includ
ing mowing machines, hay-rakes, hay-tedders and both walk
ing and riding cultivators. Repairs furnished for al! makes of
H. W. Myers &
COAL. WOOD. KINDLING BALED HAY
OUR MOTTO GOOD GOODS AT HONEST PRICES
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BENNINGTON COUNTY SAVINGS BANK
Statement of Condition May 1, 19!0
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Casb la Banks C3 latsrest
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.0ltN B.IHN,X. .UUIAKilVKIl. R. H. I'l T.N AM. KIlWARD UMIIUV:
Straw Hats at 1-2 Price
$5 Flannel Pants at $2.50.
$4 and $5 Boys Suits at $2.
$400 Gents' LOW Shoes at
$5 Gents' Shoes at $4.00
Men's and Young
Men's Suits at
Worth $10.00 to $15.00
lim SCHAFFNER & RURX SUITS
AT THESE CUT PRICES :
$25.00 Suk at
$23.00 Suits at
$20.00 Suits at
$18.00 Suits at
$16.50 Suits at
$15.00 Suits at
$13.50 Suits at
Rest line of work in this section.
Call and see. Finishing done for ama
teurs. V. T. WHITE, Main street.
Therefore you save their
commission by buying your
ccm.-tcrv work of
C. M. LAMBERT
We also sell Sand, Lime,
Cem:nt, etc., and build Con
crete Curb, Gutters, Steps,
Sidewalks, etc., at rock bot
UIIO Bchool St.
4.rn.ini In Iw ol, llrniiliiKt..ii, V
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AmcuDt fins Dspcsitors
Hlvl.lrn.l J.itmnry 1-1, IPIil, nl tlif nitn o!
lHI .ii.Rrp,p. iirrxl twl.v II i-r. Vlf
f tlw hr. ilKiauf . Mliiinn n.l July. ,,,r,i
All iliMrn.I. nnl witliilrawn Hill l ..
Ilw Tiu. l.fll hii.I ,liar lntiix nuncw .ri,.
iokM mn.lp on or Irf.im the nnii ilnr i.l
inr itmiilh .Irrnt Inter.-.! fp.ni H- tlrt
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WORK OF VT. SANATORIUM
Quarterly Report Shows Increase
Scope of the Institution.
, Pittsford, Aug. 8. The medical re
xrt of the Vermont sanatorium for
the quarter ending June 30, 1910, as
submitted to the trustees, shows a
very marked increase in the work
and scope of the institution. A great-
made ami a larger number of patients
hsivp htHMi tmntorl thn rinrtntr nnv
'previous period in its history.
During the summer months every
available bed has been occupied and
at times the number of patients has
exceeded the actual working capacity.
June.'iO there were 41 patients in the
sanatorium 22 men and 19 women).
August 1 the number was 41!, and
there Is a considerable list of accept
ed patients waiting for vacancies to
The oO patients admitted during
the quarter were classified aa 13 in
cipient and 17 moderately advanced.
Two were from Addison, two from
Pennington, one from Caledonia, four
from Chittenden, one from Franklin,
two from Uinioillc, one from Grand
Isle, three from Rutland, four from
Washington, two from Windsor, six
from Windham and two from Orleans
counties respectively. This table of
geographical distribution shows that
even these localities at a greater dis
tance, in the eastern and southeast
ern part of the State, are beginning
to realize more the Importance of san
atorium treatment, and are taking ad
vantage of the opportunities offered
by this institution.
Of the 19 cases discharged during
the quarter, in whom results of treat
ment were considered, five were ai
parently cured, three were arrested,
and seven Improved, three remained
stationary or grew worse and one
died. In other words, 75 or nearly 80
per cent were distinctly benefited.
Some of those discharged will be able
to follow out the treatment at home
or at least seek out more liyglenlc
modes of living, as a result of the
training and education received.
With the Increased number of appli
cations the policy will be to select
earlier and more favorable cases, so
that In the future even better results
ought to bo expected.
We have the following unsolicited
lottor from .Tamos T. Douglas, HarrlB
HarrlsburR, Orectm. June 23, 190S.
John J. Fulton, Co., Oakland, Cal.,
Contlemen: I have had Diabetes for
oviT two years and was almoRt In.
Was very weak and could hardly
walk. A friend of mine told me of
the Fulton Plahetle Compound and 1
hnve now taken thirty bottles and am
feeling fine, and can say that I am
sure If I had not gotten relief In some
way 1 would now 'have boon under the
sod. Hence, I can speak for your
coiiiiouml. It did the work for me.
What will you charge me for three
Janus T. iiouglas.
Anetht r Siune ma'.I brought a let
ter from It. H. Flckllng, the druggist
In niaekvllle, S. C, from which we
quote: "I have had i customer who
had Diabetes In Its worst stages. I
have gotten him out of bed on the Dl
ial:etes Comiour.d and 'nnve run out.
Send duplicate of last order."
Diabetes I rat"d thu world over as
incurable, but recoveries nro being re
lrted dally through Fulton's Diabetic
Compound. You may auk how It Is
possible for a person to recover under
the Fulton treatment when medical
text books admit they have nothing
Let us say In reply, that when the
late John J. Fulton discovered he had
PrU'lifs Disease and tiint the text
books had no specific for Inflamma
tion of the kidneys, which was the
real difficulty, he set out In a new dir
ection to evolve nn cu;olll'nt that
would reduce Inflammation in the kid
ney tissues. He worked It out nnd In
(lamination of (Iik kidneys all along
tho line from kidney trouble to
Hrlghl't DUensc, even in tho chronic
forms, Is now curable In about 87 per
cent of nil cases.
Diabetics took it upon tho theory,
that ns DlabetcH Is sn linpclrment of
functions that are closely related to
the urinary processes, It ought to get
results In that trouble, too.
It did, but much more slowly than
In distinct kidney trouble. This led
to a modification of the treatment for
Diabetics, with tho result that Dlabel
vs Is also curable In nearly nlm
tenths of all cases In peop'e of middle
ape nnd upward. (Kidney disease com
monly responds In all aers.)
For Kidney Dlseixto, ask for Fultons
For Dliibetes 3'k for Fulton's Dl a
, l.etle Compound.
l'aild.U whose rosea do not res
iHind ure reuu.'sKd to write John J.
Fulton Co , 212 First street. San Fran
for sl and represented In Hen
nln&ton by R A. Qnlnlan.
The Bennington Security Co.
invites the patronage of .the in
vesting people of Bennington,
The Flour that assure
i. E, GIBSON CO.
Grocers and Bakers
(P. W. PETERSEN
LFinc Custom Tailor
Suits that have the style
and fit of the best city
Z. prices JL
Cleaning, Repairing. Pressing
in all branches. Both Ladies
and Gentlemen's. All work
Rooms 7 and 8, Hawks Block
U. M. K. Ihurrh 43. Uln Si. r.
BENIGTN and NORTH ADAMS
STREET RAILWAY COMPANY
1 Imllet rain, carrylnir Iwuirnire, miiiifcttiiK
with ItoMon it Mmne tnilim nt Willmiiihtuwii
iB I North AiIuiiix.
IifHve llennln. Ion, Iliilly exii-el Smnly
1. A. M., 10.14 A. M., I.l" I'. M.. P. N.I5
1". M., l.w A. M., eoiimi'tn wltht hruiiKb Irnm
rrlvuiK Nrw Voik 1'. M.
Tliroiinh Tickcln en mile-IIiikihiko liuvked
INirlor Vr ah lkniilnirtoii on nnd sflrr
June il. Ihilly 8.15 A. M. ntxl S.l.'i I'. M.
Itctulnr Nrrvli' llourl ami
'. V. WOOD,
-. It. SI I.l. A KS,
I'niiM-iiffi'r A vent.
Trnlllr Mil mi kit,
Telc'iiliono 118, Hennlngton ofllco
.DR. J. D. LANE
302 MAIN ST.. BENNINGTON
CEO. C. WOOD
i Wood s Urchcdirft
Director... liennlnBlon ( ltv Hnd
( Mnncbnxtcr tJnlo LUro
LT EACHFR OF VIOLIN A MANOClI
4Mres I3S School 8f. Vtoun 47 1
MI T. LAWRENCE
TIIOHOl'lill, rilATllAL AND AHTIfTIC
STfDIO W A V RNI'F, TIloV N. X
FRANK HURLEY. 208 Silver St.
Vm (MDMA) Mrf
VT. BOYS BUY AEROPLANE
i Will Take Up Aviation and Complete
for Big Prize.
Rutland, . Aug. C George and
Charles Schmidt of Royce street have
bought an aeroplane of the Curtiss
type and will use it on the aviation
grounds at Mineola, Ixjng Island, this
summer, at the Kuuana rair in tep
tember, and in competitor! for the
$10,000 prize for a time trip between
New York und St. Louis. This is the
first aeroplane to be owned in Ver
mont, and George Schmidt, who is 19
years old, is probably the youngest
aviator in the country.
George Schmidt has just returned
home from New York. He has been
spending 10 days at the aviation
grounds at Hempstead and Mineola,
N. Y., and during his absence placed
lils order for a airship. At Mineola,
llarman, Baldwin, Russell and Sey
mour, the noted flyer were engaged
in practice work. M Schmidt became
a member of the Aeronautic society
of New York.
In two weeks the Schmidt brothers
will go to Mineola, put their machine
together, and practice the new art of
flying until their appearance at the
Rutland fair. The world's contest
for the shortest time between New
I York and St. Iouis w ill be held be-
tween August 1 and January 1.
The machine purchased by the
Schmidts Is a biplane of the Curtiss
I type of the same size as the machine
jln which Curtiss made his sensational
I Might from Albany to New York a
j few weeks ago. It will carry a C0
! horse power Klbrldge featherweight
! motor, two-cycle, four cylinder, with
ithe Atwater-Kent Ignited system.
' The radiator In order to give large
'cooling surface, will be one of 9
; horse iwer. The propeller will be
seven feet in diameter, with a six-
foot pitch giving a thrust of 275
pounds. The mnlplanes will be 30
feet by four and one half. The ma
chine will weigh 170 pounds. It will
be able to attain a speed of probably
ro miles nn hour.
In the next two weeks the Sch
midt's will practice with the biplane
glide which they have been building
during the past tew months, and with
which they havp made successful
flights. The cloth for the planes has
The Schmidt's have made a study
of aeronautics for several years and
George Schmidt last winter estab
lished a wire-less station at his home
on Royce street.
Why Should She Mind It?
When IkiI'h older sisters were bap
tized I't wanted to le baptized also,
and after earnest entreaties her pa
rents were prevailed upon to give their
She was so small the minister stoop
ed over her as she descended the steps
Into tho baptistry.
"Are you nfrnld. lHt?" he asked.
With the brightest of smiles Dot
made prompt reply:
"Oh, no, sir; 1 can swim." Llppln
cott's. As Thy Sing It.
Prlng a iihonocniphlc transcription of
rrntuunint conirnlto s Klll.irin )'."J
j It Keelawnwo sl' k siihr.d.i f ile
7..l. ..1 .1.1.1 ..Lit .1u in.tinir linn
Mountain a lliHnhn (IwooihhnI I n Uulna,
Malm rro nlv nw fiwn u!i'otrj-.
Poun (him nnltiro lovp xuhl lttliml
Z.tH'iuily wa-h in-ili-tiiT il v rywhrnn.
Footprint ult'nvp i ilm ninny ntrnhndt,
13!ht hrr hoo nn'o ulinly IIiohH.
Ann.-IIli fuouiKtM th'r wiiik inlin Atvtt
E''n tliuh tllilen nm-nwv Ihu Wot
Ilcnutoeoc's lioom, Kl-n w-nw-aw nw
Alv nh fal-nh Kwlnwnwc.
New York Mull.
H Got Another Job.
"We mnke It n mlo horo," unl.l the
wanton to the new prisoner, "to nmilpn
prisoners to tho t null's with which
they nn tnoHt fatnlllur niul will mnke
no cxci'utlon In your cnno. Whnt H
your 00c u pat Inn?"
"I nin nn nr-ropluuo chauffeur," re
plied tho now bonnier, ns ho grin mil
a Krcwsome grlu. I'hlmiro Now.
Moorihlns In ths South.
Thro' lwnvi moonliln utmcwher In
VRllcy or ulrotim or moailow-mlle or Mil;
Tliore'n always moonliln pomrwhere,
rain or drnulh
Cabln or but or humble mountain ami.
A Boon to Pile Victims
A Cure without Cutting or Other
Here If a priceless tnon to nnynne
who aulTers with piles of anr kind.
A tneilli liu In tnMet form, taken In
ternally that rures all forms of piles.
Only 2 per cent of known failures.
A mecilclne dial Is sold minor strict
Biiarantee. Your money hack If you
nro not sntisfleecl.
A medicine that avoids operations
and uses of naMy salves or supitosl-
W. U Ookay nidts thls remedy Pr.
lolihnrcit'S Hem -Hold, It for 24
days' treatnmn. Pr. leonhardt Co.,
Ki al Urn 11. HuiTalo. N. TH I'ropi.
Wrlio for hooklel.
News of the Town and AU.it Told Briefly
for Busy Readers.
Gardner HafI of I'ittsfleld was with
his parents over Sunday.
Wallace Venablj has returned
from a short visit In Manchester.
Miss Ethel l'ulver has gone to
Connecticut for a two weeks outing.
Mrs. Edward Jepson of Hoosick
Falls was with relatives here over
G. P. Tuttle of Burlington Is visit
ing at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Robert D. Mason of Williamstown
visited his wife at the Pittsford San
The Misses Elizabeth and Margaret
Klrkwood passed Sunday in Manches
ter with their niece, Mrs. Fred Reed.
Arthur H. Kehoe went to Niagara
Falls Sunday to attend the national
meeting of the Phf-Peta Theta fra
Mrs. Walter Sloeuni and son Har
old of Plttsfield have returned
a visit to her mother, Mrs
W. W. liurch of Springfield has
been called here by the sudden ill
ness of his mother, who is visiting
Mrs. C. M. Robson of Depot street.
Mrs. II. R. Buell of Perry, N. Y.,
who has been visiting her parents,
Dr. and Mrs. S. R. Wilcox, returned
home this morning accompanied by
Miss Maud Galusha.
An unusually large number of visi
tors from along the line of the Berk
shire street railway were in Benning
ton yesterday. Many of them visited
the battle monument and other points
The funeral of Evelyn Endress
Taylor the infant daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Percy Taylor of Hartford,
Conn., w,as held at o'clock this after
noon from the home on Grandview
street of Calvin Undress,
Mrs. Taylor. Burial was
A party of 30 citizens of the towns
of Great Harrington, Stockbridge, and
Housatonic chartered the parlor car,
Berkshire Hills, for an outing to this
village Sunday They arrived before
tor o. Several members of the party
ter3. Several members of the party
attended the ball game at
Park returning on the later
their homes in the evening.
The band concert Is to be here at
the "street" tomorrow night.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Stewart of Penning
ton are visiting their daughter, Mrs
Otto K. Dennett.
Mrs. Thomas Murphy of Denning
ton spent Sunday with her mother,
Mrs. Joseph McDrlde.
Invitations are out for an informal
dance at the union opera house on
Tuesday evening under the auspices
of the local Masonic lodge.
Walter Shaw, who has worked In
various capacities at the Country
club fur several years, hag resigned,
and Is replaced by Carl Kilburn.
The Misseg Hoyt, who have recent
ly returned from abroad, will give the
first of their vaudeville entertain
ments at the casino on Friday night,
There will lie a lawn party on the
green of the Congregatlonnl church
tomorrow evening. In case of rain
this will be given on Wednesday eve
The Kev. Vincent Ravi, former pas
tor of the Congregational church,
filled that pulpit yesterday. Rev. Mr.
Perkins is spending a brief vacation
John F. Tuttle has resigned his
position ns night operator at the tele
phone otllce. After a shurt vacation
he will enter the Norwich I'nlverslty
at Northfleld. Philip W. Towsley
takes his place.
This Is the week of the big tourna
ment nt the Country Club, and prep
arations are being made for a record
breaking crowd. About twenty-five
new lockers have been added, and
much pains taken to gel the course
In good condition. The Equinox
House Is entertaining more than at
any time yet this teason, and the
nai.;es of many well known golfers
may be seen on the register. A
match play handicap against bogey,
arranged on Saturday as sort of pre
liminary, was won by a Mr. Croes
beck, of Cincinnati.
Good Bye to Indigestion
J. M. Ayrei, Druggist, Claims Seav
er'a Dyspepsia Tablets are Drlv
Ing Dyspepsia Out
The ahove Is a stnuig itnteinent.
hut rxperlenco right hero In lunnlng
ton proves it to bo really true. The
evidence Is Mi8ltlvo, there Is no guess
work about It. J. M. Ay res hart been
sellltiK SKAV Klt'S UYSPKl'SIA TAll-
I.KTS for some time and many of my
customers have been In to tell of thi
In lu'fita received. One woman says
they have Increased her weight near
ly ten pounds; another had chronic
dyspepsia for years nnd can now eat
anything nho wants to without any
On man Is grateful because SKA
VKK'S liYSl'KrslA TAIU.KTS havo
cured him of nervonsneRS. Another
says It has relieved tho pain around
his heart. Just think of It, here Is
a remedy Hint must euro you of sour
stomach, wind bclehlnir, tliy spells,
nausea, biliousness, nick headache,
and every other form of Indigestion
or It will not cost you om cent.
Kvery box of SKAVKK'S PYSPKI'-
SIA TAlil.KTS In fifty cent sle con
tains 20 days treatment. They will
make you feel better right away
They will clear tip your complexion.
1 ney win put new color In your
checks, they will almost certainly In
crease your welcht. They will givp
you new nerve rorce, new energy,
new strength and If you feel rundown
or low spirited you will seo an lin
provenient almost beyond belief.
Just call on J. M. Ayres and ask
for his honest opinion of f KAVKlt'S
KAMOl'S DYSPEPSIA TAHLKTS.
Try them. If they cure you, you
certainly wlil be glad m spent the
money. If they do not help ymi all
you need to do Is to fit J. M. Ayres
and he will so rleht to tho money
drswnr anil py you burn ytMir mori
A House of Stucco
gives all the substantial
of a stone or concrete house
mucn less cost.
is made of
TO THE PUBLIC OF BENNINGTON
Be Sure to
Proof Positive that Professor Ro-
maine received the following press
notice last summer while on his va
cation abroad: The editor of the
Quarterly Journal of Science, London
hngland has the following to say con
cerning Professor Henri Napoleon Ro
malne clairvoyancy and mediumsh'D
on Thursday evening, July 1, 1909. Pro
ressor Koniaine came to my house un
attended, save by his coachman, who
remained outside to submit hims'Jf
to a test of his powers before an as
semblage of well known scientlDc
gentlemen. Ho entered the drawing I
room and after but a few moments
conversation I securely blindfolded ;
him and requested him to proceed. He j
almost Immediately grasped the hand !
of one of my guests' calling him by '
his full name, then telling the namoa
of a number i.f his friends and rela
tives, many cf whom had long since
been deal. He also related to him
many incidents and facts In his past
career well known to all present. Con
tinuing he consecutively approached
twenty more persons In each and
every case giving most precise replies
to all queries and winning the admir
ation and respect of his listeners.
Questions were then written on pa
per end placed in sealed tnvel.ipes,
to every one of which he gnve a cor
rect answer without the least hesita
tion. The loom Lelng dimly lighted
It was almost Impossible for the pro
fessor to recognize a single person
from any standpoint. -His manifesta
tions boruered on the marvelous and
thoroughly convinced the most ske
ticd of us that there are powers be
yond tho ordinary conception of men.
(Signed) Dr. E. J. MacGrail,
Editor of the Quarterly Journal
This same Romalne can be seen at
204 Pleasant street for a limited time.
CASTOR I A
for Infants and Children.
Ih Kind You Hava Always Bought
' I PORTLAND 1
Arc You Particular
About Your Footwear?
Each particular man may have a different view,
But all particular men wear one particular shoe,
tu m att fiiw flXMKiurai
New Walk-Over Shoes, latest
styles, arrived Tuesday.
All who see them tell us they are
the most stylish and comfortable
looking shoe they
We are anxious to show these
new shoes to you.
All sizes now
TT TUT A TO)
cement rock from one quarry, so
! rt f-, i vf rj : I'itr-: . . - i.
uu wo,, -ma De or one unvarying
light grey color. Edison Portland Cement is
Uniformly 1QV Finest Cronnd in the World
That's why it holds together like stone, needs
no repairs and lasts forever.
Ut u, rtoww what you can do with (t and what il will cot.
t- M. LAMBERT 4 SON
SCHOOL ST BENNINGTON
DR. J. G. HARWOOD
ASSISTED BY SON
Ollli-e hours 9 to 12. 2tn s
BtoS or by appointment ,
IVt Hooc h Street - lloiiiilngton, Vt.
Terms strictly cash. Bepair work a specialty.
GEO E. DONNELLY
VIOLIN AND : MANDOLIN
600 Main St. BenniRgten. Vi
477 Main Street . Bennington
Thursdays only- 9 a. m. to 6 p. m.
GEORGE II. THOMPSON, M. D.
t'ractioe limited to
EYE, EAIt, NOSK AND THKQAT.
8 Ashland Street, North Adams.
Itecenlly returned from European Hospitals
Dr. Thompson will lie away ou his vacation
from J uly t to AiiRiHt 8.
Edward A. Tobin,M.D
Physician and Surgeon.
9 to 10:30 A. M..
1 to 3 P. M., 7 to 8'30 P.
523 MAIN STREET.
F. D. BURT
Phone 35-13 230 Union St.
have ever seen