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THE BENNINGTON EVENING BANNER, WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 17, 1919.
PAGE SI THE DR YSDALE STORE Closed Every Thursday at Noon Fill Mi The cuddle-around the fireside days are just around the corner yHE JOLLY SEASON of indoor festivities, merry games and quiet hours with a rollicking book for their fullest enjoyment, clean, orderly, refined surroundings. o a ) YEP! MADAM HOUSEWIFE IT'S UP TO YOU TO PUT YOUR HOME IN ORDER! Preparatory to the weeks and weeks of blustering weather when even the men and boy folks of your household will dearly appreciate their only own Home Sweet Home. US&jffl t A ifcasKa ! " This store is splendidly ready with no end of the wanted things for your living room for your dining room for your library for your bed room for your hall , for your Kitchen for your bath room Delightfully varied assortments await you in Blankets, Comfortables and Bed Spreads. in Ventihealth Pillows, Mattress Covers, Sheets and Cases. in Towels, Towelings and Household Linens. Tf"-T,:.v7'i . r-n.. w in Wilton, Axminister and Brussels Rugs. in Klearflax, Rag, Japanese and Grass Rugs. in Oil Cloth Stove Squares and Cocoa brush dfor mats. , in Hall Carpets, Stair Carpets and Rug Borders. t in Printed, inlaid or plain color Linoleums. 2?.$ T"-" in Madras, net, marquisette and Scrim Curtains and Curtainings. in Brenlin superior Window Shades wide range of sizes, in Cretonnes, Madras, Sunfast Silk and other Drapery materials. in Repps, Tapestry, Denim and wide range of furniture coverings. v in Portieres, Couch Covers, Pillow Tops, Scarfs, etc. in Cedar Chests, Utility Boxes, Screens, Lamps and Candlesticks. in Carpet and Vac Sweepers, Vacuup Cleaners, Floor oilswax and mops in Curtain Rods, Poles, Fixtures, Gimpes, Edges, etc., etc. in Wrall Papers and Decorations new Fall patterns now arriving. in Cretonne upholstered Willow Furniture. AT YOUR LEISURE. Why not stroll through our various sections devoted to supplying things for the home. The entire third floor, a good ly portion of the second and a considerable part of the main floor are well stocked with goods of dependable quality that will appeal to all women interested in bettering their home surroundings. Alexander Drysdale & Son Oxford mixtures and pure virgin woo! material. We guarantee these coats of very best hand tailoring. 1 We also guarantee their market value to he $50. We have owned the cloth of which these coats are made since 191.5 and there is no advance in price over 1915 prices except $5 which is due solely to extra labor cost in the making. ( The supply is limited. IE-.ji)o (So G0)LE 11 BENNINGTON BRIEFS Newt of the Town and Village Told Briefly for Busy Readers to Lakoville, Conn., to resume studios at the Hotchkiss kcIiocI. Good cider vinegar for sale, 25c er Ballon. Call at 238 South struct. Adv. Dance in Black Cat A. A. hall Fri day evening. Hurley's orchestra. Ad mission 35c. dv. Mrs. S. B. Hall of Od Bennington, who has been suffering from a severe cold, Is improving. Mr. and Mrs. J I. It. Burgess motor ed to Springfield today to attend the Kastcrn States Exposition. The Bennington and Dorset autobus will be discontinued after the last trip Thursday 4.30 p. in., Sept. 18th. How can a frail girl bind and gag a j muscular man? See Earle Williams j in "The Hornet's Nest" Harte Thea-j tre today. Adv. The Misses Marion L and Marjorle ' L. White of North Bennington return- i ed this week to Mount uo.yoko col lege, South Hadley, Mass. Is it moral to impersonate a crook i in order to accomplish good? See! Earlo Williams in 1 tie itornei s Nest. Harte Theatre today. Adv. Mrs. J. M. Ayres of Elm street is visiting for a week with Miss Ethel ivfrvfco in Taffrv V It Mrs Avres will bo accompanied home by Miss ! Morse next week. , Elaine Graves entertained a num. her of her ulavmates Tuesday after nnnn in nlisprvanre of her 13rh birth day. Various games were played and refreshments were served, a nappy afternoon was enjoyed. Mr nml Mrs. W. R. Lowe and daughter. Miss Madelyn lwe, Miss James McBride, Mr; and Mrs. W. J. Watson and Mrs. Ida Dean have re turned from a motor trip of five weeks through the While Mountains. Mr and Mrs. James Doyle and daughter Marguerite of Freeport, 111., who have been visiting at tnc Home oi Mr. Dovle's brother. William J. Doyle of Jefferson avenue, returned home to Houshold goods for sale including kitchen cabinet. 'Sure Luck" kitchen range, gas range, 5 piece fumed oak library suite, dining room cnairs, round table, crex ru, etc Mrs. Mary S. Healy, 329 1-2 School St. Adv. James Glbney, young son of Thomas Cibney of Gage street, suffer ed a broken wrist Tuesday afternoon while attempting to crank a Ford car. The boy experienced a similar Injury to the same arm a short time ago. The Coconut, Over eighty distinct methods are In vogue for the utilization of the coco nut. Every year about 8,000,000,000 nuts are cultivated; of this qunntlty, 50 per cent are consumed In the East and elsewhere as food, 20 per cent are transformed Into oil, and only about 30 per cent find their way to the mar kets. t'oiniiilHulonpr Xotlre j KNTATK OF I.Al'HA I.. PKRIIY Thfe unnVrsifrned. having: been ap pointed by the honorable Probate Court lor the District of Bennington, Com missioners, to receive, examine antl ad-: Just the claims and demands of all i peisdns against the estate of Laura 1.. Perry late of Pownal in said District, ' deceased, and all claims exhibited in; offset thereto, hereby Kive notice that j we will meet for the purpose aforesaid,! at the Office of the own Clerk in the town of Pownal in said District, on the j 20th (lav of February, PJ20 next, from 2 o'clock i. m., until 4 o'clock p. m.. on said day and that six months from the iMth dav of August, A. D., 1919. is; the time limited by said Court for said creditors to present their claims to us, for examination and allowance. Dated at Pownal this 21st day of August A. P., 119. JOSKPH NORWOOD 1HVI1.M.T MArtM.,.Sl Worry It Greatest Evil. It Is not work that kills man, It Is worry. Work Is healthful; you can hardly put more upon a man than he can bear. Worry is rust upon the blade. It Is not the revolution that destroys the machinery, but the fric tion. Beecher. Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S OAS T.O PIA Beginning Saturday, Sept. 20th I will start my hydraulic cider presB and shall press ONLY Wednesdays and Saturdays, bun t come without Btor-Be- : '- . j Thos. S. Cullinan Arlington, Vt. OPERA HOUSE, Fri Night, Sept. 19 SIXTH AND BRAND NEW EDITION of the World's Funniest of All the Cartoon Comedies Bringing Up Father in Society A Chorus of Parisian Beauties 25 of the Very Latest Song Hits An Absolute New, Spic and Span Glittering and Glorious Production This Time Bring the Kiddies to See Jiggs Alive. He Will Bring Joy to Their Little Hearts NOTE The prices are so low and the show so good that you will have to get your seats early if you want choice ones. PRICES 25 50 75c and $1.00 Plus War Tax Reserved Seats on Sale at Harte Thearte Tomorrow at 12:30. THIS COMPANY LEADS THE WAY Union Mutual Fire Insurance Company MONTPELIER, VT. Hereafter there will be No Advance Payment on Mutual Policies except a policy fee of $2.50 Inquire of any of the following agents: Bennington Pownal Shaftsbury Woodford Arlington Sandgate Sunderland Manchester Dorset WinhaH Wilmington C. N. Powers P. O., Bennington B. L. Hard P. O., Arlington F. II. Briggs P. O., Manchester-Center L. W. Boyd. V. W. A. Hopkins Rupert Commissioners r