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THE BENNINGTON EVENING BANNER, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1919.
PAGE THREE. GIRL DIDN'T WASTE ANY TIME. ,M1S8 1ydll Jones, 17 years old, of Peters burg. N. Y., didn't waste any time in KoiriR: to the drue store in Hooslck Kails, and k i' t t I n K ' lioldiiie when she was taken with jaundice. She says: "I had jaundice something aw ful all of a sudden. 1 had a pain over the liver and sick My tongue was better iret after Mrs. K. M. Ladd headaches all the tlmp. com I'd. i inoutfiu lji It right away, so w"n t and sot (Jold- " ';' Fire Prevention Day, In an interview in regard to the ob servance or Kire Prevention Day throughout Vermont, October 9, Gov ernor Clement gave. out the following statement: There is no surplus material or money that can be spared to restore property needlessly destroyed by flro. No one can afford to be careless in the matter of (Ire prevention. The destruction of property at this time will cause undue suffering to Inno .THEY do not 2 1 fear coughs, colds and allied complaints. For over 60 years they t. ' have relied on S 3SJ for prompt results. With the lowered strength and vitality of age they realize more than ever before the importance of having Gray's Syrup on hand for immediate use. . ci Thy alw.ys bay th Larg Sll Montreal D. WATSON k CO., New York, LABORING HELP Wanted ' .-at- Fillmore & Slades' 3EP.joor 3VT111 BENNINGTON FALLS Apply at once. v Bennington Collection Agency Will undertake, to collect a bill any where in the United States or Canada. Reasonable fees. .. ( O. R. CLAYTON, Attorney Manager 114 8outh St., Bennington, Vt. - - At -Your Service Weddings, local calls, special 'trips, party tcuring. . Closed and open c:?n. Slar A ulo Service 107 Valentine St. Tei. 535-J or 258 -W Wanted Cash paid for nrn. delivered on pub lic hljch-way for loanmn on our AUTO TRUCKS. -Cord and niub wood, atova lengths and jnw-aust inr Bale. We do. custom sawinir. H. T. Cushman Utg. Cp.. JNorth Bennington. Vt. f 1 . L ' i l loys9 :- Ncck .; .Sweaters' Just the kind of a sweater that the Boy likes, that is going to school. 'They are made from a good all-wool yarn, slip over the head and fit nicely around the neck. They come in a nice shade of Brown. rice Sizes about urt Bennington ine. I grot some Ooldine No. 1. that I was told would help me get rid of the jaundice. Did it? Well, just aBk ! jne." ! Ask Mrs. E. M. Ladd what she thinks i of UOLD1XK for a general breakdown. ! Itemember OOLDINE Is sold In Ben nington yy W. L. Gokay s Drug Store. Also in Manchester Depot by IV. W. ! Pratt, Manchester Center by J. H. i Whipple. in Arlington by V. U j Smith, by Parker & Son in Pownul; by : Thompson & Howard in Arlington, by M. liuru In aamiKUic Dy i-pturr Sm in Dorset, by A. I'. Bishop in Rcabsboro, and by dealers in North Bennington, Woodford, ShaftBbury, bv Thorpe's Drug Store, Hoosick White Creek, and Stamford, If your-dealer does not carry (JOL.D JNK in stock, have him secure it from the Gibson-Snow Co., of Albany, N. Y., or the John L. Thoiuusou Sons Co., of Troy. N. Y. cent persons. I "The great majority of our people desire to conserve and protect prop erty from unnecessary loss. Those I persons whose work and influence are exerted along these lines are of the greatest public assistance. It is the intention of this State-to protect private property to the full extent of i its 'power. The example of law-abid-!ing citizens is a great asset in sober- ing and steadying the present condi tions." The Constitution Adopted. The Constitution was adopted h.v the states at different dates. Deln- wnre adopted it on December 7, 1787; Pennsylvania, December 12, 1787; New Jersey, December 18, .1787; Georgia, January 2, 1788; Connecti cut, January 0, 1788; Massachusetts, February (!, 1788; Maryland. April 28, 17SS; South Carojlina, May 23, 1788; New Hampshire. June 1, 1788; Vir ginia, June 2."i, 1788; New York. June 20 17S8; Northt iirollna, November 21, 1780; Itliode Island, May 21), 17iK). Long-Lived Jews. Jews ciin lionst of nn average longer life than nny other race. They have always enjoyed remarkable Immunity from tuberculosis, cholera and typhus. Had Enough of the Zoo. Smitlison "Come with me to the .oo." I'hnpleton "No, thank you; I'll stay at home. Mjr eldest daughter does the kangaroo walk, my second daughter talks like a parrot, my son laughs like a hyena, my wife watches me like a hawk, my cook is cross as a' bear, and my mother-in-law says Fin an old gorilla. When I go anywhere 1 want a change." HAIR ON FACE DISAPPEARS QUICK The moat effective, convenient and harmlraa way to remove hair la with DeMlrocle, the original .unitary Ihiiild. It : l'-kl7 with certainty and nbnolute safe ty. Ileaulta from Its use 'm mediate nnd laatlne;. Only aeniilne DeMlroelr, tns original annltary liquid, bat a muury-baclc ttonrantee In each package. At toilet counter. In 00c, 1 nnd 2 alaee, or by mull from on In plain wrapper on re ceipt of prior. . . KUUK loU mailed In plain arnled envelope on requeat. I)e Mlrarle. lUUtu St. nnd I'nrk Ave. New YorU. BEST JUNK PRICES Morris Levin Jr., pays the highest prl ces for rags, rubber. Iron and all kinds of Junk. 209 CAGE ST. TEL. 274-M LADIES' AND CENTS' TAILORING Just received a new Une of mater ials for maae-to-measure suits. Also have on h.iiI a n:e line ot rearty-lo wear aut'a and overenata at reduced prices. Cleaning- and Dressing. NATHAN 15 V I W Vtl. v8-J. 130 North. Street Furniture Repairing Have opened a hospital for damaged nnd broken furniture and simlhir work. Good work. Fair prices. NAPOLEON BERGERON 421 County Slreet $6.50 10 to 18 wears. Bros. Vermont E3383EBSM BENNINGTON BRIEFS News of the Town and Village Told Briefly for Busy Readers The board of trustees will hold its i regular monthly meeting this evening. A regular meeting 'of the Stark Hose company will be held this even ing at 8 o'clock. Lucille Lee Stewart will be in "The 11th Commandment" at llarte Theatre Wednesday. Adv. Wanted Laborers and woodwork ers at the H. T. Cushman Mfg., Co., North Bennington. Adv.- 4tf Samuel Turk, manager of the Lurie company store, is in New York for a few days on business. Mrs'. James E. Burke returned Mon day from a visit of a few days in New York and I'oughkeepsie. The winning of a woman's love against terrible edds. See Dustin Farnum at Harte Thearte today. Adv. Mrs. E. G. Brown and daughter re turned today to their home in Sunder land after a brier stay in town on business. W. E. Smith, who accompanied the remains of his brother-in-law, C. M. Lambert, to Bennington, returned to day to his home in Niantic, Conn. The Baptist Missionary meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Hay I'addock, on imperial avenue, Wednesday afternoon from 3 to 6 o'clock. Mrs. Lynn E. White of New York City, Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. White and Mr. and Mrs. Waldo D. White motored to Albany Saturday. The Knights of Columbus will con fer the first and second degree Wed nesday evening on a class of 40 can didates in Academy i hall. The meet ing will open at 8 o'clock. ( ' "The Elevonth Commandment with Lucille Lee Stewart, a tense social drama of today, where a woman bar tered love for money and puid in full. At llarte Theatre tomorrow. Adv. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn E. White return ed Monday by auto to their home in New York City after spending some time with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward H. White of North Benning ton. There will be a regular meeting of Mount Anthony Chapter No. 1, O. E. S., Wednesday evening, October 8 at 8 p. in., Initiation and important busi ness will come before the chapter at this meeting. "The Heart of Humanity" an appeal ing and tremendous story of mother love that -penetrates the innermost depths of the human heart, featuring Dorothy Phillips. Big 8 reel product ion with special music at Opera House Friday and Saturday. Adv. LIST OF WILSON'S GIFTS MADE PUBLIC President and Wife Give Out Itemized Statement of Their European Presents. Washington, D. C, Oct. 6. Acting upon the "express direction of the president and Mrs. Wilson," Secretary Tumulty today made public a state ment containing an itemized list ot presents received by them while in Europe: "Here are the facts: "Outside of a considerable number of small gifts, such as boons, walking -sticks, an old sliver dish found in the ruins of Louvain, war souvenirs made by soldiers or out of war material, and numerous medals struck off in his honor, the following are the onlv im portant gifts received by the presi dent In Europe: "In England: "('holographs of the king and queen i)f England. "A book relating to Windsor castle. "The freedom or the city or London, presented in a gold casket by the lord mayor at Guildhall.. "In Italy: "A water color picture, on bronze easel, presented by the queen or Italy. "A bronze figure presented at the Capitol in Rome (a gift from the peo ple.) "A figure of 'Italia Victoria' sent to the train at Genoa, either by a school or by the citizens of Genoa. "A set of books from the citizens of Genoa. "A mosaic presented by the pope. "In France: "A bronze figure presented by a body of students.' "The president also received num erous honorary degrees from nearly all of the countries of Europe, and many resolutions of respect and prnt itude. "Knowing that there is a constitu tional inhibition against the president receiving gifts from foreign rulers or states, the president, after consulting the secretary of state, was preparing a list of the presents he intended to ask the permission of Congress to re tain, just before he started on his western trip. "In addition to the gifts received by the president, the following token:; were presented to Mrs. Wilson wfifie she was in Europe: "In France: A pin of Parisien ena mel with tiny diamond chips, present ed in Hotel De Ville by the citv of Paris. "Linen hand-embroidered lunch set (small cloth and dozen napkins) pre sented through Madame Poincare and Madame Pincho by the working wo men of Paris. "In ltelglum: "A Htnall medal by Cardinal Mer cie,'. ."A Belgian lace table cover, present ed by the queen. "A complete file of the 'Libre liol giqtte' (the paper published during the German oeeflpation) presented by the king, in leather folder. "In Italy: "A reproduction of the 'Wolf and Roma' and 'Remus' In gold, present ed by the people through private sub scription. "A piece of lace in leather case, presented by Signor Orlando in be half of his colleagues. , "A small reproduction in silver of a' pitcher round in the ruins or Pompeii. "In making this statement, I am acting upon the express direction or the president and Mrs. Wilson." OVER-ACIDITY of the stomach has upset many night's rest. II your stomach is add disturbed, dissolve two or three ihlffl on the tongue before retiring and en joy refreshing sleep. The purity and goodness of Ki-moid guaranteed by SCOTT & BOWNE MAKERS OF SCOTTS EMULSION 10-fA Man, Responsible for Progress The reasonable man ndapts himself to the world ; the unreasonable one per sists In trying to adapt the world to himself. Therefore,, all progress de pends on the unreasonable man. Ber nard Shaw. '. "Uted for 70 Year Thru its use Grandmother's youthful appearance has remained until youth has become but a memory. i ne son, reunea, peaiiy :y white appearance it Lf renders leaves the joy of beauty with you for many years. n. i m i : If To3 Thin Try Bitrq-Phcsphtc While excesHive thinness in tight he attributed to various and subtle i-KUses In different Individuals, It is a well known fact that the lark of phos phorous In the human system In very largely responsible for this c-onditlon. 11 seems to be well established that this deficiency in phosphorous may now be met by the use of llitro Phosphate, which can be obtained from any Bood druggist in convenient tablet form. In many Instances the assimilation of this phosphate by the nervo tissue soon produces a welcome change nerve tension disappears, vigor and strength replace weakness and lack of energy and the whole body loses its ugly hollows' and. abrupt antfles, be coming enveloped in a glow of perfect health and beauty and the will and strength to he up and doing. CAUTION: While . Bltro-Phosphate Is unsurpassed for the relief of ner vousness, general debility, etc., those taking It who do not desire to put on flesh should use extra care in avoiding fat-producing foods. NOTICE To the Taxpapers of the Village of Bennington: A Rate Bill has been placed in my hands for collection us follows: .90 cents on the dollar for the Village Tax, 20 cents on the dollar for the Highway Tax on the Grand List of 1919 - I hereby demand payment of said taxes, and notify you that 1 will attend at the Bennington County Savings Bank from 9 o'clock a. in., Until 3 o'clock p. m. There will be a discount of 4 per cent on Village tax If paid within 90 days. C. H. DEWEY, Treasurer. Bennington. Vt.. .lulv 16. 1919. "OLEY KIDNEY PUIS ley Are Not 1 Ml RUBBER Co it or Mackintosh fM ffP ever made was perfectly water- n iilprSp&j proof, BUT if there are such things as perfect coats "these are them" and they are almost waterproof that is some rain, sometime, in minute quan tities, may get through but they, are pro hibition coats to all intents and purposes. A Methodist deacon sometimes swears but we'll hardly accuse them of being profane as a class, so with these rain shedders call 'em shower proof and the truth is told. SAMPLE COATS THEY ARE AT TWO PRICES and Values 10.00 and 20.00 BENNINGTON BRIEFS News of the Town and Village Told Briefly for Busy Readers The Woman's Missionary Society of the Second Congregational church will meet with Mrs. F. W. Goodall, I Main street, Wednesday, October 8th at 3 p. m. This is the annual meeting I with yearly reports and election of of 'ifitiers. Mr. Holly A. Wilkinson has I an interesting report to give of the Barre convention. Paul E. White has returned to Dor set'and resumed his former position as chaufreur for M. V. Barbour. Mr. White was formerly Sergeant of Co. 6, 1st Reg. Motor Mech. S. C. service 18 months in France and Germany and' five months in the United States. He will leave soon with Mr. Barbour for Toledo, O., where they spend the winter. Proflressing Rapidly. -F-i- (h fourth time n new baby hnd srrW--' nt the home of Robert's sister- Nellie. When Informed of the event mie of his aunts told him in an Impressive manner that he was now nt. uncle for the fourth time. Rather fussed, the little fellow answered : "Gniidiiess me. if things keep on I'll soon be a grnndpn.' i Loyalty Is First Demand. Business presents untold opportuni ties, magnificent possibilities; but the only man who ever sueoeeds for him self or deserves promotion from unj one else Is the man who Is loyal. n -flflB Says His Prescription? Has Powerful Influence Over Rheumatism DlKcovrrrr Telia DriuricUta ot to Tnke a Out ot Anyone's Mooey I'nleaa Alleiirbu Completely Ilanlahra All Mlirumatlc I'nlua and Twlunrra. Mr. James H. Allen suffered for years with rheumatism. Many times this terrible disease left him helpless and unable to work. He finally decldod, after years of ceaseless study, that no one can be free from rheumatism until the accum ulated Impurities, commonly called u'rli acid deposits, were dissolved in the joints and muscles "and expelled from the body. With this idea In mind he consulted physicians, made experiments and fin ally compounded a prescription that quickly and completely banished every sign and symptom of rheumatism from his system. ' He freely gav his discovery to others who took it, with what might be called marvelous success. After years of urging he decided to let sufferers everywhere know about his discovery through the newspapers. Quintan's Pharmacy has been appoint ed agent for Allenrhu in this vicinity with the understanding that he will freely return the purchase money to all who state they received no benefit. ABE NOVECK Violin Instruction . Jl.GO per lesson Limited number of. pupils accepted. Studio 222 Union St. Tel. 381-W. n