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us irai1 kind
overcoat that combines style, com-
rt and durability and a reasonable
Its a winner from any point you
UtV CH II.
Besides there are-probably three
Lindred . coats to ' select from,
pre coats than you ever saw in this
pre at any one time- 7
At the Baptist church Sunday,
November . we will journey togeth
er from Jopiia to Jerusalem,
through a .land lllled with bi Mo
names and scenes. In the evening
the subject will be, "Down to Jericho
and up to Galilee." Views will be
thrown upon the screen,'' allowing
scenea in the various places. Yiouns
People's meeting will be led by
Harry White, the subject being
"The Heavenly Helper." Prayer
meeting Thursday evening. We j'.
ty to unfold a portion of scrlpu.rV,
illustrating it upon the blackboard.
Hallowe'en came,' with its gliosis,
fun and frolic. Blessed be the chil
dren with their jack-o'-lanterns a 1
gliostly attire! When you growl at
them and scold, you are geting u)d.
It is about time that you should got
a pumpkin and get into their happy
wcrld. At the Baptist social we dki
not see anybody scolding or fretting,
but we did see some who wore jwst
as young as in the o'd days back .
that blessed past. The religion of
Christ has n place for every ri t,"!
thing. Joy, gladness and happiness
aro the angels it brings to keep
company with you.
At the Congregational ehui'ch on
Sunday the services of worship will
be lipid at 11 a. in. and at 5 p. in.
Following the inoining worship the
S.icri'iiient of the Lords Suppor will
be celebrated with reception of men.
teis. Sunday school pice's a. Vl.lft.
At 5 o'clock the Vesper service is
convened. This is a b.ief popular
service of worship lasting for about
three (tuaiters of an hour. Tlio pub
lie is cordially Invited to worship
with the church at these services.
The Endeavor society units at 0 o'
clock with Miss .Margery White,
lea.de.'. At the morning worship die
annual offering for Congregational
Education society will be taken.
Carnations at Fifty Cents a Dozen
Carnations have made an excel
lent growth this season and the
flowers are exceptionally line. Be
cause of this fact I am ablo to give
the people of Bennington a carnation
opportunity such has . not been an
nounced here in some time. On
Friday at 4 o'clock' I will have on
sale while tin y last some of the
handsomest carnations ever seen in
Bennington. There will be Just
fifty dozen in the lot and they will
he sold for .la cents a dozen. L. C.
Holton, the School street florist.
The Model Kitchen.
yiw Luck is the final word in
range construction in fuel economy
in kitchen convenience in perfect
ly prepared and correctly served
tin a!s. The model housewife is
never satisfied with her home unfil
she has made her kitchen the best
oigaui.ed department. A Sure Luck
is an' organization in itself. It. ex
emplifies every modern convenience
for cooking. Concentrates the heat
where most needed, which means a
cool, pleasant kitchen as well as a
sain:; in fuel bills. Walbi'idge sells
ecial Saturday Only
h caKes for 19c
3 pr. for 25c
Ladjcs' Fast BlacK Hose
For Satvrday only.
eced Underwear 25c
Pum white HceccdJ vests
LI Pants in an unusual
hlity, at Zbz, a ccttcr gar-
nt at 39c, and a lull stocK
Mcrndo garments at 50:
CB Ccrset at 69c
new mode!s in C H
rscts that wc offer at a
:cial price, 09:.
epe Komono, 98c
Pink. blue. Javcndar. navv
Li red, in a well made, full
L garment, the ones you
hcrally pay 51. 2o.
15c, 2 for 25c
Igatc's Talcum, 15c
nens Talcum. 15C
Float, 10c. 3 for 25c
Watt's Tooth Paste. 19c
I. Lyon's Tooth Powd. 19c
ir's Soap, 10c
hr's Scented boap, 1 5c
Imour's Soaps 3 for ,15c
quality, in selected mill runs,
at 59c, sizes range 14 ta 20,
with a good variety in all
Free Pin Tray
with every sale of
$1.00 or over, we
offer free of charge
a beautiful Pin or
Ash Tray made in
Winter Sweaters, $3.50
Red, grey ard brown, good
weight, pure worsted Sweat
er, with roll collar, and pock
et. One that was made to
sell at $5.
Bah Robes at $2.50
I:xtra heavy Blanket Bath
Robe?, in grey .blue, tan, red,
with heavy cord. ,
ten's Shirts at 59c
r.cther bi2 stock rcc:ived
hese Fricc Troy made
rt?. regular $1 to SI. 50
Blankets at S2.75
Full size full nap Blanket,
white of grey, satin bound,
with fine stitchinj. An extra
value, hard to beat.
New Hand Bags at $1
The season's best novelties
a-c here in our usual low
prices. This week wc fea
ture a bag of real leather, in
all shades, made with heavy
frame of gcrman silver, one
that is well worth $1 39.
Chinchilla Coats at $10
Chinchilla or AstraVan,
in black, blue or brown, with
brocaded plush collar or plain
plush collar, satin lined
throughout. This is a Satur
day special only and is well
worth $13 50.
In sets or scnara'c pieces.
Price.' range $10 to $18, with
a special offering in a cony
set at $10, and white fox set
at $12, blue bear set at $7.50,
sable coney set at $10, nat.
raccoon set at $12, red fox
set at $15, black fox set at
$15, and a mountain lynx set
Silver Vanity at 25c ,
A regular 50c gcrmm sil
ver vanity .wiih two coin
holders, writing pad and mir
ror. Limited quanwy. effrr-
j ed at ha!f price, 25:
BENNIHOTOH BRIEFS $
Jkw of the Town and Village Told BHeflt
r Bjsv Readers-
Arnold Webb of '. Arlington, was in
the village Friday.
The tpoeial evangelistic services
in the Methodist, church .closed laut
Joseph Garreati ha bought a res
taurant in Troy and will have it run
ning at once. .
Harry Collins of Gage street leil
for Ilortou Thu'sduy hIkIu, win re
he has employment.
Engineer D. il. Winslow addresned
the pupils yesterday afternoon la
room 8 of the graded school. ,
Miss Lucy Carey of Dalton, Mast--.,
is a guest of Mr. and Mis. ,1. l Ann
strong of the west jiurt of the town.
Martin V. Totter of west part or
town saw three fine deer, two bucks
and a due near the Colgate -fa nil yea
terdu. Uiehard lluinboldt of Wpedford,
son-in-law of Del Harvey
Lawn park, lias moved into Mr.
vey's house on the turnpike.,
('has. W. Thompson returned
night from a week's vacation in wes
tern New York mid Ohio. At Xeas
sillon, Ohio, Mr. Thompson visited
'lie cottage farm kennels, where is
b.'ed nothing but a high strain of
Knglih bloodhounds. . ,
A new lieuter has been installed
at the Masonic Temple. The base
ment in the building is being finish
ed end v.i'l be divided into a din'ng
room and rooms for pool and o.her
games. The job will be completed
in time for the annual district meet
ing in November. i
One of Ldward Itobinton's hood
ed stock of cows gave birth yester
day to twin calves. Win. Wouk a
German who speaks broken Kngilsh,
in the enip'oy of Mr. Kobiinon, ex
claimed: "Mine t'ott, in Shermany
dey hold one big time when anything
like dis goes m!"
The services at St. Peter's tomor
row will be Holy Communion at 7 :M
and 10.43 in the morning. The lat
ter will be a memorial of All Saints,
with appro;) .Mate prayer, anil address
upon the text, "WLh His right hand
shall He cover them:" Wisdom 5:lt!
Sunday school will be at 9.30 and
Holy Baptism at 5 p. m.
Can Never Kick
In our large stock of fresh, clean
groceries and provisions you w ill cer
tainly find something that will please
not only you but the whole family.
Our customers never have occasion
to find fault with our goods because
we ahviys sell the best lines, and our
prices are the best, too. Thomas
Stewart, Hiver Street Groceryman.
Nows the Time..
To select your sweaters and mack
inaw coats for the cold months we
have a large well assorted stock
from which to make your selection.
Sweaters from 50c. to $1.50. Macki
naw coats that will stand the rain,
wind and cold, well tailored. Just
the coat for winter service $7.50. We
clothe the men and boys from head
to foot. W. It. Worthington, No'lh
A 10 Cent Window.
In one cf the show windows of L'.
H. Patterson's grocery store Is
shown an attractive lino of goods,
which as a speciality, is beinj; of
fered at 10 cents an article. Among
the articles in the window are corn.
3 cans for 23 cents; catsup, one
pound la d, hum, .canned soups,
laisins, tardiiies,. herring fresh Ikk
peanuts and many other goodies.
House For Sale
A nine room house and bath and
also a g 'od barn and garden located
at IIS p. cch street, just a step from
eith" r t olley line. Bargain for a
home seeker or for an investment.
Properly belongs to estate of Mar
tin P. P.iruey Kor further informa
tion apply to Miss L. M. Darney at
her millinery shop on Main street.
Shon, the Piper
Bison 2-reel drama with
LEONARD and FISHER
i mp Cdmcdyi ' V
! EDWIN AUGUST
j - Tin'--
The Rlood Red
Tap oi Charily
YS,D' A L E
Sec thes' Franklin Shoes
button or la:c. various
weights and style. ' Frch
new stock received this week
and they're sure'ood value.
' mil ,
hvz almost universally conceded to be the bes1
Mackinaw Ccats produced the leadinq Sport"
ing Good Stores and the better Men's Furnish
ers throughout the country recommend them
lor both warmth, comfort and service.
Made from live northern grown wool nature's
own best proctector.
Washed in pure soap, fret; form acid, preserv
ing all the lanolin in th; woa'.
Shrunk by the srecial Patrick-Du'uth "s u np
fi ig" process not duplicated lUcwhere."
Tailored intt sightly garments by expert tailors
dicy Ht and hang correctly.
They're in demand by Particular people
lor rough wear and service in all pans of
the United States, Canada and Alaska.
We are proud t) say wc rc the So'c Agents
Plain Colors and Subdued Plaids
$8.50, $9.50, $10.00, $11.00
Bass Sturdy Shoes
Whole Year's Wear
Tough as pine knots cutsiJv-, warm and con
fortablc zs woolen mittens inside. Folks of
ten tell is they havj had the same pair of
Bass Shoes half soled as many as 5 and 0 times
Bass Sheer . $2 50, $3 CO. $3.50, $4X0
Bass high-cuts $4 CO, 4.50, 5 CO, 5 50, 0.CO
Big Fresh Stock of Rubbers
Felt Boots, Sheepskin Boots and KnitLeggins
and Lumbermen's Rubbers, 1 and 2 buckle
All rubber or leather top, 8 to IS in. Arctics
1, 2 and 4 buckle in light or l-cavy weight. Rubber Boots, all heithts and
weights. Best makes, Only, get a showing I efe.
Flannel Shirts- Best
possible values at $1.00,
1.50, 2.00, 2 50. blue,
grey, 'olive, high or low
collars, all sizes, 14 to
20 neckband .
.AJac Hurdle lull-dress
Shirts, $1.50, are the
one safe bet lor dress
Ralston and Packard
Fine Shoes the late
arrivals arc "hummers"
A lexander Drysdale & Son
Did you ever see better Work-Shirts
Did )Ou ccr sec a larger assortment of Work Shirts than those celebrated 75
cents a ptir ions of ours ? We've sold upwards of a thousand dozens of them
and mver a single "Kick." Get next to a pair of them.
' A Good Sign,
t'fcinetlnu s i.'Ur eaiiiii: to our till
Of ben lions or c.unly oii" stom.nl:
cot'S t'.iek on vmi. This mint le a
pcx 4 msh thrre was Komethints
ifr.tc with what you ate. Such i
nVvir the esse if it ranos from lli:'i
KCi'.'f. We hive ImiU up a repni;
tlrn for maWinc pare '.inlv ami iee
rnm anl e hav j -1 - T po! to s'i.k
I Juct a Word
V( ant to rniiiul you of ih ":n
poruno of 'Vu1iiiiR home indu
in. When tli r Mil's a'e as ;o1.
if ivt let!r thsn Dr- erk you set
from out of ion. 8 i.l u ur '.aun
d;y Vmul and R.e i:a a. " L"
(.; viiMe .jroa sn l .Ltep yoar
t. . K-l; lUi'o l'ii li-Ls. We o-il
p.ci f.Ut un i airs of !-..!. I'""
i.iiVn f L-on.'ix. i ' !.- '
. J Ni-r' h I i . i.
A New Style Body.
In a fe uays the new 1H14 Ueo
Hiito:niijile wiil he m Ilia Put nam
house arase. f- inspwti.in. This
n.'c-hiiip. oin;tr-e elect ie eiiulHie-l.
in w feature aud a reiiuc
tioii. will introtlm-e a new. novel
. . I. ...I.- In miL-iiio v aiir tf-linifO
there ?r two lhiii(i eonsiil"r.. one I
i the imrt ihat you rn see, the I
o;iier tli part oti rant. C'ompari
on is (MtR- in part that yoii ran "e.
K i ha.'il in thr hidden I'art. and
every makr knows it. Thcet-ir1
th h.T-si! is the i!.ik to look on
for short oniirgs.
Rtduce Your Expenea.
Keduee your eost of living by
ing more niaiaroni. N'u nion nour
lMiini; nor apietfinK food can
found than macaroni wi; heee
tomatoes. Uelk-ious .crvetl iu
other way. Marvflln Macaroni
inaile of h.st mattrial(i in a scruiiu
lou.siy clean Ainorlean faetorv
i in nieislore nimf and dusi
aikKP. 1.". cwits. Spaght'.ti
Afrniirelli also . 11 centa parkas-s
" nit- Mouse mi aronl, also in
ed inck.ices, only 10 rents..
those brands.- A. IjtMarrr
All Needs SuncLcd
The Wmninj Line I
1 When you need unl critnl l,m.
ThP l est lire of Umipatic and im r.n n, rIar baHs. pulp plaster
l,r;ed fanc v jriH-eries ia Nrib IJit- hl vr ,n,,hitli; mob, ,Uv
n npton will bf found l JaniM E. mhy no, po M
Me..ei.er s'ore. Kiesh oysters just Tu,p ,,ij)h .R nPa(int,ir1r.;
w. I in- Bik.ui. ir. i m i v tj . -
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we're theie now