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THE BENNINGTON EVENING BANNER, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 1&19. J 71 flimer IIEKNINCTOW , TEBMONT FRANK E. DO VH. Editor and Pnb'r. Watered at the Fot-offlee, BeaalnfftoB, . Ttrmoiti December 13, 1003, ' ' Sceoad Claaa Matter 'Suhacrlptloa Sates Per month Per year (la adrnnee) ' 1 Per year (not la advaacel 40o 4.00 s.oo M 15 .MB 13 II Oil" ASSOCIATED PIIESS ' The Associated Press ii excttiatevly cniiuBu io me use lor uuuiicaiion all news despatches credited to It not otherwise credited in that paper and also the therein. local news published 'I'lKSDAV, U TOIHIR 7, HI Ml A FALL RDMAMGE:-EF1S00E TWO Hi 3 ' ; 18 cents a package What you pay out your good nioney for is cigarette satisfaction and, rriy, hoW you do get it in every puff of Camels! XPERTLY blended choice Turkish and choice Domestic tobaccos in Camel cigarettes elimi nate bite and free them from any unpleasant cigaretty aftertaste or unpleasant cigaretty odor. Camels win instant and permanent success with smokers because the blend brings out to the limit the refreshing flavor and delightful mel low-mildness of the tobaccos yet re" taining the desirable "body." Camels are simply a' revelation! You may smoke them without tiring your taste! For your own satisfaction you must compare Camels with any cigarette in the world at any price. Then, -you'll best realize their superior quality and the rare enjoyment they provide. R.' J. RElfNOLbS TOBACCO COMPANY, Winston Salem, C. Alert to Serve the Men and Children oys' How can we better serve the men, boys and children in the all absorbing question that principally concerns us from day to day?' We have the goods, the calues, the spirit of service, what can we do for you? Destroying the Constitution. The first objective of this class, now become dangerously numeroui in tills country, is to destroy the system of constitutional government n; ogether. Its vulnerable point is the provision tor constitutional amendment. When I he barriers to facile change are oncft swept away, the process of demolition will be very simple and very rapid. As a paper seized in one of the schools of communism reads: ''It is hoped that the proletariat will con NevV Suit, New OvercoatTopcoat, Raincoat, Sweater C.'oal,;,1uor i,!s enemy, the capitalist class, Jerseys, Hosiery, Suspenders, Hats, Caps, Underwear, Belts) Shirts, Mackinaws, Flannel Shirts, Gloves and Mittens, Trousers and everything for. your comfort. ' ' Reel Shoe Value IS NEVER QUESTIONED OR DISPUTED we offer a line of shoes to the' trade we know is built with leather insoles, heels and counters. You can rely on them. Prices -j . s $2.85 to $10.00. Boys' Suit Specials The genuine Boys' Suit. Full cut,, full size, belt all-around, $7.50 to $10.00 with as liitlo bloodshed as possible.' it the guarantees of the Constitution can be gradually destroyed, tho revo lution will be readily accomplished whenever an active and persistent j minority chooses to impose it. if there is not in the American people enough perception to these, designs and courage to resist them in their beginnings, the last acts of intimida tion promise to be very summary.- David Jay no Hill in The Heview. ;trimrried and sewed strong MULLIGAN & ROCHE STYLE SHOP Fit You From Head to Foot Yad's Express Interstate express makes daily trips between North Adams and Benning ton. Slate for orders at Cullinan's .market Tel. 131-M. North Adams telephone number is 1231. FOR SALE New and second hand tiouacholdV furnishings of all kinds, bought and sold. Large assortment alwrvs to choose from. rOTTEH'S SKCOA'C. It Ivor St. SIGNS OF DANGER That Shoud Be Headed by Benning ton Peope. There's serious danger in neglect ing any weakness of the kidneys. The warning that. Nature gives should not be overlooked. If troubl ed by too frequent passage of the kid ney secretions; burning or scalding: if the secretions are highly colored and contain sediment when left stand- .king if you have backache, too with Tfrequent headaches and dizziness, I", 1. - -.!...! jvn stoiir , Tel. KU3.W. Dou YOU insure your Parcels Post packages when you mail them ? If so, read the following, from the New York Sun of Aug. 29, 1919. POOR UNCLE SAM lie Ilnan't 825 to Pay n Lndy for n Lot .Nllekiln To the Editor of tlio Sun Sir: You wore good enough to publish some few months ago ii letter from me 10111118; of my unsuccess ful efforts to get the Tost Of fice Department to give mo some satisfaction In regard to an in sured parcel post pncluigo con taining a diamond stickpin lost in transit from Huntington to . Castleton, N. Y. Senator William M. Calder, took the matter up for me, and after persistent and determined effort lie has at last, exactly one year from the date the pin was lost, received from the Post Office Department the followine letter which ho lias been good enough to forward to me: My Dear Mr. Calder: Referring to your letter of the -1th Inst., you are Informed- that the claim of Mrs. Paula HenniriRhouso has been allowed for$ 25, but payment cannot bo made at this time as there i.s po money available', for that purpose. ' t .. A renuest for additional funds was sumbitted to Congress by the Post Ullleo Department, but the entire amount was not pranted and It is therefore nec essary to await future notion by the Congress toward providing? an ampio appropriation. Ksti mates for additional funds have been submitted. A -warrant for the amount will bo mailed just as soin as .tn ap propriation is mudo by Congress. Very truly yours. . W. J. Bar rows. Acting: Third Assistant Post master. The Post Office Department is slill insuring: parcel post pack ages without fulids behind them as a euanantce. If a private cor poration did such a thing how long would It be allowed to con tinue to receive money under fnlse pretences? Another thing: What has become of the tre mendous surplus Mr. ' Burleson declared he had earned with his ,systum? Ardienne M. Henninfrhouse. .Utica, August -28.,, The Home Insurance Co. of fIew York THE LARGEST FIRE INS. CO., IN AMERICA issues books of coupons at less than United States Government rates and when loss occurs pays spot cash with no red tape through their agent in Bennington. t i r'n L t ' t 'i . make up your mind that your kidneys are affected and begin using some re liable kidney remedy. Deaths from kidney disease have increased in the United States alone, 72 per cent, in the last 20 years. The risk is great you can't afford to delay. Benning ton people recommend Dean's Kidney Pills. Can you ask for better proof of merit than the statement of this Bennington resident? Arthur Dumaw, 506 Gage St., says: "My kidneys acted irregularly and the secretions were highly colored and scalded in passage. Black spots appeared before my eyes and I had dizzy spells, w.hich made mo feel mis erable at times. When I learned of of Doan's Kidney fills I began using them and they cured me. I can recom mend Doanrt very highly." Price tide, at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Mr. Dumaw had. Foster-Milburn Co., Mfgrs., Buffalo, X. Y. i - To havo ou." protection you imifil have our policy. Hack ouj' guarantee is seventy ears perience and as many of of ex- millions of tho most conservative investments. We iuvite your inquiries and the opportun ity to submit our financial statement. National Life Ins. Co., of Vt. (Mutu al.) Earle S. Kinsley, Mead Building Rutland, Vt. Adv. A DAYS WORK A local; resident who takes an in terest in shortening ltours of labor asksThe Banner to print the follow ing from Capper's Weekly: "It is remarked by the Indianapolis NewS that tho fanners, "the largest class of workers in this country," work the long day thru and do not agitate for a short day, or for shorter hours for work, while labor in factor ies stands for the 8-hour day and ho longer and the Jv'ews thinks that in a time when production is the crying need, the fanner should not be the only worker to work long hours. V'ln factories the 8-hour day has come to stay'and it is idle to complain against it. The man who stands be side a machine and for 8 hours "tends" it goes thru a mental and physical ' ordeal entirely different from the brain worker, the manager cr the farmer himself. "This means lowered production. Painstaking investigations by employ ers demonstrate beyond qucstio'n that after a certain period of work at a machine, a workman's efficiency falt ers and lags, his attention fails and his productiveness declines rapidly. Increased hours in the day for factory Wdorkrs do not mean greater produc tion at such monotonous work. "We are getting authentic reports ! from factories which prove (hat men ouuuu juuiiui c iijuic in o iiiiLij n man where a longer working (fay is pre scribed. This was proved in war work in many factories. The 8-hour day does not stand for limited produc tion but for maximum production." This is one side of the argument. The other is presented by the Corn Kxchange Bank of Philadelphia. It has made an investigation of the pay and product of labor that shows some very interesting facts. In a large manufacturing plant in Philadelphia iho product per man per hour has de creased one third since the beginning of the war but, under exactly the same working conditions and during the same period, the wages of the men have increased lOrt per cent. The bank reports that an investigation covering several states shows that since the beginning of thr war the wage per man per hoiif has increased 2t0 per cent while tlip produet""'per man per hour is only sixty-two per cent of what it was. Commenting on this report o the Corn Kxchange bank the Brattleboro Reformer says: "This finding nullifies the claim of men that they can produce as mucli in an eight hour as in a nine hour day or that increased pay will bring in creased labor. It also shows where a very large item in the incrceased cost of living lies. It also lends to confirm the statement of 10. II. Gary that unionism kills industry. "One wonders whether or not such sharp baraainintr will permanently benefit the laborers. Probably it will not. The advance of wages, shorten ing of hours and other improvements in the conditions of labor have been quite largely brought about by the sympathy of the public with the labor ing man. The public has felt it was only fair the working man should re cecive more pay and it has been in terested In the improvement of the conditions of the wage earner. But when the public learns that the labor er is not responding to the advant ages that have been given him ami is really giving less labor for his. great ly increased compensation this same sense of fairness will cause a reversal of feeling. The public finally has to pay all these increases hi ihe cost, of production and it will not support such a one sided and unfair deal. The Brattlcboro paper, the Corn Ex change bank, Capper's Weekly and a million others may argue over these questions until kingdom come and they will get nowhere except into con troversy. The tendency of human nature is to get all it. can and grumble for more. Km plovers are worried ov'er the in sistent demands of labor and labor points out the wealth gained by a few employers and is convinced that all labor should receive more. I Continued strite leads only to ; CLEANED THE POISONS hatred and violence. What the world I needs is the creation of a tribunal, as I fair and just as can posdblv be made, I which shall consider each case on its) A m vssa. i.i sctts )ivv ;n vn merits and make a prompt decision They Meet 'Then Steve meets Lou.lier auto stalled By a mixture-gasoline miscalled. Suggests hell gladly tow her where Socony gas is the bill exf fare. ' Every drop pure, uniformly quick-burning and packed with power. Ji Rlhni time look for tlio red,wlute and 'blue Socony Siqn P m REGISTERED J "ETiaCSffKTS f o rc!i'2b!edcaic IS m m. M E -JM H " Iasoi. US PAT. OFF GASOLINE ilAraKKBWBS-' STANDARD 0il.fl3.0FMY I and the worlds best Gasoline an article of our want and purchase it at a bargain, but this individual j may never expect to sell another of our wants, he may never expect to see . us again there is no selfish incentive j against misrepresentation. ! And this is particularly true in any) article which is -subject to latent de-j fects; where sUill and Knowledge twe I required in selection. I The difference wo pay to the mer-1 chant over tho bargain price to the: individual is assurance of value. j Nearly all of the fraud of trade, far j which the horse is justly famed, was' the result of sales and trades be- j tween individuals. ' ! The salt stable, or even the horse I auction yard, having a regular line ofj patronage, was forced to maintain ai certain institutional good-will, and actual misrepresentations were rare. Another compensating eleiftent. in the institution of tho merchant is his skill und knowledge as a buyer from manufacturers in a world wide mark et; keeping a stock assembled, ready, from which any member of the com munity can select'liis wants. Paying a profit to the retail mer chant is like paying a fee for his skill and knowledge as a wholesale buyer; not only this but the carrying charg es, the interest on tho investment . of tile whole stock which affords us a convenience in the selection and qltick delivery of our wants. -JZZ EVERYTHING FOR TOE FARM O. K. CHAMPION POTATO DIGGERS light two-horse elevator digger. Fully guiy-anteed ENSILAGE CUTTERS GAS and OIL BURNING ENGINES DE LAVAL CREAM SEPARATORS FARM WAGONS. BOTH WALKING and SULKY PLOWS. Wo have these machines in stock and we would be glad to have prospective buyers call ami let us explain their merits. Also the following used machines at attractive prices 1-11-2 Gas Engine One light two horse wagon gear. Hay Grain and Poultry Supplies. II. W. Myers & Son, Inc. Office and Yard Foot School St. GEOKCE II. THOMPSON, M. I). Cc rtificuiu P. A. V. M. from A nu'i'ii.Mu Ophthalmology. Practice limited to Hoard of! . Money in Blueberries. The average profit from an acre of Maine blueberry land Is said to be about !?1(M), and as no fertilizer or cul tivation is necessary these berries nrt n quick and profitable crop. This t one of Washington counly's big indus tries, for instance, the whole section from Porcupine mountain to the east Macbias line is practically all blue berry land. Several factories are dtv voted to the canning of the bcniei. THE EYE. EAR. NOSE & THROAT IS AkIiI.iimI St.. diri-oHy M- l""t-Ollic WIH I II ilJ.V.IlH. MASK. Geo. E. Donnelly Teacher of Violin and Mandolin Iv.-Ucr in Musical Jldse.. Violins, Oiiscs. HI rings, Maifdolins, Hows I ii ion Si. I'liime 4(11 etc. Phone 85 of .480 Dry For anything you need in the fuel line Hard Wood , and Kindling, hite Birch Wood FJOM HIS SYSTEM h n."-.h for your fireplace :fi i. State of Ohio, City of Toledo, l..ucas County, ss. Frank J. Cbenoy makes onlh that ho la senior partner of the firm of F. .1. Cheney & Co., doing business In the City of Toledo. County, and State aforesaid, and that said llrm will pay the aura of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for eaeh and every cuso of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of HALL'S .CATAUKH WEDICINE. FRANK J. CHENEY. Sworn to before me end subscribed In my presence, this 6th day of December, A. D. 1886. A. W. GLEASON, (Seal) Notary Public. Hall's Catarrh Medlcino b? taken In ternally and arts through the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces of the System. Send for testimonies, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. Sold by all druPKlsts. 75c. Hall's Family Pills for constipation. ties, the whole world i.s crying for production and neither those who V'orU nor those who hire can afford tho losses due to prolonged conflict. Ait-i KomcrviH". M ".'. A vcll-l now n citizen of 'lii city, who li:is suffered, which shall be binding on both par-i in tho phsi, writes the following to j M . .1 . J' . t rie ,- o : "1 have In kf-n nil kinds of laxatives none of It cleaned the eojsim from, my system as your Kllxir will knowj what to use hereafter considering the' effects It had on inc. as I feel kiiIcimIh! Inow--all my sys.eni needo'l was a real cleaninfr which only your Kllxir nave- ' other Hiysics I have taken merely pass-l ed throUKh the h ly.els." i Name, on Uu iilest r. Tine's Kllxir lias relieved thous ands of sufferers durini; 1 In- last H8 iVears. ImaMine a prescription actually lastirm so lotijt doctors come and doc-: tors no. Irit Dr. Trues Elixir. The! Family Kuxtive und Worm Expel lor, which w as ti en the world by I r. ' True, is as of old. tlv V-::; friend to be found in your medicine clowet. 1 Symptoms of Worms: Swollen upper lip. deraimed stomach, sour stomach, offensive brenth, hard and full' bellv. I T- It h occasional KrippiiiKS and pains about the naval, pale face of leaden t'-'t, eyes heavy and dull, twltchlnr- lids, iteh i ii Mr of the nose, itching' of the rectum, short dry couch', (ii'inilli! of the teeth little rod points sticking out on the,, tnncu'e, Btartinjr during sleep, slow fever. ' No Harmful PrtKr.i Recommended bv i Physicians. AT AI.I, DEAI.EUS. lr. & H. Lackawana Coal, ;. V Where Shall I Buy? Tho reason that we go to a mer chant of fixed address and standlns in the community i.s that we can be sure of what we are totting. That there i.s u "comeback" to what we purchase even after we have paid over the money. We know instinctively, without stop ping to reason it out, that the mer chant seeks our good will, that of our friends and neighbors; that his per manent address and place In the sun light of community esteem is by rea-soti- "of a mttlit'pllod number of satis fled 'customers. Goods We might go to some individual for t'J r?l I c the getting is good; the chances are ate on. Batfd lfaty and Straw Center! and Sewer Pipe OF (JRAIN AND 1'OULTRY SUPPLIES H.W. Myers I Son, inc. Cffice and Yard Foot School St. .1. F. True v C o., Auburn, Me, sjmHTW"'''lt"Wy mixi..ii9yvAiriuKmwwtf -wwmawamvW-wMi