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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington evening banner. — 8 November 1904

THE BENNINGTON EVENING BANNER VOL. II NO 256 BENNINGTON VT.. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1904 ONE CENT We All Know Exactly How the Election- Is Coming Out hut Through Courtesy to the Defeated Candidate We Put Off Printing the Result until Tomorrow LD Corsets . are worn by the wom en of fashion. p n a la Spirite LD Corsets . were awarded THE GRAND PRIZE by the International Jury of awards at the St. Louis World's Fair. The GRAND PRIZE is the highest possible award, great er than any gold med al, and is given only in case of extreme merit. CB a la Spirite Corsets . . were adopted and rec ommended as the best by the International Dressmakers' Con vention recently held in New York City. Alexander Drysdale&Son are the Manufacturer's Sole Agents THE HOUR OF BATTLE National Election Taking Place Today. BOTH SIDES CONFIDENT Betting Favors Roosevelt President and Herrick for Governor of New York for Y l;K, Not . 8, Prom the pot lucians to i no people, crom toe eain tmign managers to the voters,...

Publication Title: Bennington Evening Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington evening banner. — 8 November 1904

Pale, thin, tired, nervous, depressed? Ask your doctor about taking Ayer's Sarsaparilla for this bad condition of your blood. If he says, "All right," then take it. f not, then don't take it. We reel perfectly sarc, ior we snow 1 - . . . . . . . , J. O. Aver Co what doctors say aooui row oia laumy nwuiwro Lowell. If US. mill FUR COATS ! ! FUR COATS!! We have a nice line of Fur Coats to show you, such as Siberian Black Black Galloway Black Russian Calf and we are selling them at the same small profit that we do all our clothing. Why not come in early and make your selection while we have a full line of THE EVENING BANNER Published every day except Sundays and Holidays. size. BURT BROvS. RITCHIE BLOCK BENNINGTON, VT. DR. A. Z. CUTLER OR. H. R. BRISTOL DENTIST 324 Main Street Opp.'Ubrary Uldt;. Narootile used for painless extraction. PHONE 108-5, RES. 9 425 D ETN T I SIT MAIN STREET H.iiirs to 1.V.1 :M to . Sundays by appoint ment. Bpeelftl attention glren to the prom atiin ot tic iiv-...

Publication Title: Bennington Evening Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington evening banner. — 8 November 1904

BENNINGTON BRIEFS. Great Doings in the iCLOAK STORE1 I These Bright J V November Tardy-Selling Read X T IN ew York says : MAN Ni SI I MIXTURES for Coats and Skirts Ba'gain Puces Pievail Heie ALEXANDER AUCTION! THURSDAY "8S." The resilience of the late Dr. .lolin T. Sluirt left eoisbttngois modern IS room htauewttli all modem conveniences and ImpTOTl ments (steam heat, electric lUtbtS, ho: anil MM water, l.ath, set ranuc in kitchen, sewer and water connections) law o 1 or storage sl.ed, with loft adjacent. All situated upon alarse lot on Vnlon St. (No. '.D8 Union St.) m Bennington, Vt. To gether with the furniture, carpets, 1'lan. . utn lll9 ;id a great variety of housekeeping articles too numerous to mention, will he sold at aBUOB wliuout reserve to the highest bidder, upon thenreml es on Thursday. Novcmr.rrK.iaM. eoniraeui'int! at in a. m. Also at the iame time and place: in M,ri-. BenalBgtoa Oauiy n'k -" k i shar. s BeanlagtM Water Cm Stock. V. A. KOOT. JOHN HOltlKSON, A.lmlulMrat...

Publication Title: Bennington Evening Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington evening banner. — 8 November 1904

MI V. ti "". MM lisi. 1 8,00, The Best Fine Custom Tai'oring, MULLIGAN -1 The Leadinp Clothiers, Hatters Furnishers and Custom Tailors, 409 Main St., Bennington, Vt. The Standard Route TO St. Louis IS THE LAKE SHORE Michigan Southern Railway Fastest Long Distance Trains in the World. Double Track All the Way. A special service direct to St. Louis has been inaugurated and no other road can offer such superb equipment, such safety and such punctuality. See that your ticket reads "VIA LAKE SHORE" For book of particulars, address J. W. DALY, G. E. A.. BUFFALO. N. Y. . FURS Now that cold weather ha.s come to stay you will need something to keep you warm. We should be pleased to show you our assortment of furs, which is the finest we have ever shown. We shall be glad to have you compare ours with any in town, both in quality, price and style. We shall guarantee every fur we sell to be just what we represent. We know the PRICES are BIGHT, Call early, as our stock is going fast. Prices al t...

Publication Title: Bennington Evening Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington evening banner. — 9 November 1904

EVENING- BENNINGTON VT.. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER g, 1904 ONE CENT VOL. II NO 25' It Is Said that the Snow Was So Deep at Esopus This Morning that Judge Parker Couldn't Get Down to the Hudson for His Morning Swim THE BENNINGTON BANNER WM C.MATHERS. Death of Well Known and Much Liked Young Man. William C. Mathers died at his home about noon, lie had been ill some months and since March had not been able to do any work. Mi Mathers was for a long time in the employ of lharles noper, and for the last three years before his death was In charge of the builneti of '. 3. I 'otter in North Bennington. Trusty in every way is the manner in which lie was spoken of. Mr Mathers whs one of the early' members of WaHboinsac lodge NEOP and had held every office in it. H leaves a wife. Notice of funeral here after. SLIGHT FIRE. . In the Bradford Mill Warning Room Tuesday Afternoon. There was a slight lire in the seaming room at the Bradford mill Tuesday af ternoon. A small alcohol lamp ex ploded, the alcoh...

Publication Title: Bennington Evening Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington evening banner. — 9 November 1904

THE ELECTION Continued from I'uge I McKlnlc.Vx vote of 1 !i 0 Estimates from returns ul linnd Indicate that hl plurality will probably be 80,000. Ito publican headquarter claim 1 M. K M. and Democrats concede 70,000, I'firl.l'la,M 1 1 1 I . i t 1 1 I M I I . . 1 1 - WASHINGTON, Nov. !. At o'clock n nlirht Judge Parker 8 80 sent this telegram to tin' president frni EJsopus: "The people by their vote have emphatically approved youi ad ministration, and l congratulate you." President Roosevelt's reply was us fol lows: M thank yon for your congratn Uitlona." Pennsylvania 1100,000 Republican. PHILADELPHIA, Nov. D, The polls closed in Pennsylvania al 7 o'clock, Israel w. Durham, the Republican city leader, says thai Roosevelt's majority in Philadelphia "ill be 140,000. His majority In the state will be over 800, 000. .M' Kinicy carried the state In 1990 by 288, 133 plurality. Loaf Their Votes. NEW BRUNSWICK, N. J Nov, 0, The dlsagreemenl between the Repub licans and the Democrats here reg...

Publication Title: Bennington Evening Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington evening banner. — 9 November 1904

r mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm sa. ss. s. sa I MADE IN OUR KITCHEN TO SAVE WORK IN YOURS INoneSuchMince Meat! Newi of the Town and Village Told Briefly for Buay Beadera. John B. P. O'Donnell leaves tomor row morning for a week's vacation. Turner Cranston will take Ills place in the office and Albert M. Downs will tuko the rural delivery. One republican in the village who had unlimited faith that New York state would go for both the state and National tickets went home this noon with about ,")() in his pocket as a re- THE COMPLETE SHOE STORE EVERT FOOT AND FANCY FITTED In 2-Ple 10c Packages with List of Valuable Premiums. MEMEU-IOIIIE CO ITRACUIE, MinOIK I ml For Tuesday and Wednesday BENNINGTON BRIEFS. u It. PRICE 83.00 S E L E C T Ideal Patent Kid Button Boot, tip, dull top, circular' vamp and heel foxing, flex ible light eole, close whee.ed edge, shapely full Opera toe, high Military heel. Drysda Women's $3 Shoos PRICE ?3.00 FASTI I) I o l ' S For Winter Kibo...

Publication Title: Bennington Evening Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington evening banner. — 9 November 1904

Why not stop having so many birthdays? You must have had sixty'at least! What? Only forty? Then It must be your gray hair. Ayer's Hair Vigor stops these frequent birthdays, and gives to your gray hair. Sold JojovejsjxtyyearsA N 1 GLOVES & MITTENS FROM 10c TO $3 FOR MEN, BOYS AND CHILDREN Li dies' and Misses' Kid Gloves and Mittens from 15c to 50c EL rhel Best Fine Custom Tailoring, Cleaning, Repairing and Pressing MULLIGAN & ROCHE The Leadlne Clothiers, Hatter Furnishers and Custom Tailors, 409 Main St., Bennington, Vt. Four Boxes Axle Grease 25c Small Size Sweat Pads . . 10c . . W . E. Hawks, Jlr 1 ia nos 1 will bein Town about Nov 30th, and "ill arrant to turn' your piano it you will lend me t card. Having do Biora to usialnor talesmen to pay. I can saveyou ISO. on the purchase ol a piano. Wall and see Die. Lewis J Carpenter. The Small Profit Piano Man . Cemetery Work Manufacturer' Agent fur the erection In any cemeterv In the country of Receiving ToiiiIps, Mausoleums. Mon...

Publication Title: Bennington Evening Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington evening banner. — 10 November 1904

BANNER THE BENNINGTON VT.. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1904 ONECENT VOL. II NO 253 Later Election Returns Indicate that if the Colored Patriots of the South Had Been Allowed to Vote Roosevelt's Victory Would Have Been Unanimous BENNINGTON EVENING 00 A Few Days More Brisk Selling will clean up the Under-price Garments in the Cloak Store Cloak, Suit and Skirt Arnstiinitinf that may not occur again for many a day are numerous. Satur day night will prob ably see the end of these Bargains. "TakeaLooKToday" is forehanded advice. Alexander Drysdale & Son BENNINGTON'S USIE5T STORE ND These price-reduced D- offerings are with out an exception, new, cor rect New York styles. Cheao Advertising Advertising under this bead 25 cents for tbe first time ahd ten cents eac;h time after. Advertisements not to ex ceed four lines. WANTED WAHTKD A Rood reliable man. with liure ami i IK preferred fur BenaiaSton and surrounding towns to d strlbute oirculurs. sam ples, taek signs, either in eonneotlonwUl) pr...

Publication Title: Bennington Evening Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington evening banner. — 10 November 1904

m FUR COATS!! FUR COATS!! We have a nice line of Fur Coats to show you, Buofa as Siberian Black Black Galloway Black Russian Calf Mini we are selling them at t lie same Bmall profit that we do all our clothing. Why not come in early and make your selection while we have a full line I size. BURT BROS. THE EVENING BANNER I!!! iinr RITCHIE BLOCK BENNINGTON, VT. Published every day except Sundays and Holidays. Entered at (be post-otiice, Bennington, Vt., Dec. 11, 1!H)U, as second class mail matteri TERMS: One Year $8.00 One Month 2."Jc single Copy c FRANK fj. IIME. bdilur awl Publisher DR. A. Z. CUTLER DR. H. R. BRISTOL D EiN T ISijT DENTIST j;i4 Main Street Opp.JUbrary Bldu. Narcotile used for painless 425 MAIN STREET extraction. Honn B to 12,50 to 5. Bunders by appoint- J ment. Spoalal ftttentlo I given to tlie preser PHONE 08-5, RES. 9 atton ot the utual teeth . SAY! THIS WILL INTEREST YOU WITH ur change we have made in the interior of our store, we now have the best "Stove Show Room...

Publication Title: Bennington Evening Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington evening banner. — 10 November 1904

S AN OPEN LETTER QUICK to get ready to put away to brace you up EVERY FOOT AND FANCY FITTED Parker Addresses "Democra cy of the Nation." THE CO MP LEI E SHOE STORE JUDGE SCORES "TARIFF FED TRUSTS" (8) ?5he PRICE 88.00 S E L E C T Ideal Patent Kid Button Boot, tip, dull top, circular vamp and heel foxing, flex ible liflht sole, close wheo'ed edge, ehapely full Opera toe, high Military heel. Drysdale Women's oes For Winter PRICE 3.00 FASTI D I 0 U S Dsfsatsd Candidate lairs n- r boas i pl win RmIIss j'liut ! M I : 1 rflllllll(0IIM i I" Matlan' Wealth." B80PTB, n. v.. Nor. n. Judge Par ker lust plgbt gave to (be press an omd letter addressed "To the Democracy of tbe Nation," in wkli'ti be tbauked tboae in charge of hi campaign work and declared that the people will soon realise that "the tariff fed tnistN arc absorbing the wealth f the nation." He said thai when tbattime cornea tiu people will turn to tin- Democratic parly for relief. in i luston tiic Judge lays that in 1 1 io presence...

Publication Title: Bennington Evening Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington evening banner. — 10 November 1904

'" " -' " ' -7 1 . " " GLOVES & MITTENS FROM 10c TO $3 FOR MEN, BOYS AND CHILDREN Ladies' and Misses' Kid Gloves and Mittens from 15c to 50c X v v fhelBest Fine Custom Tailoring, Cleaning, Repairing and Pressing MULLIGAN & ROCHE The Leading Clothiers, Hatters Furnishers and Custom Tailors, 409 Main St., Bennington, Vt. i LEVIN S LOW PRICES MAKE TRADING ELSEWHERE AN EXTRA VAGENCE THE great CLOSING OUT SALE CONTINUED FOR TEN DAYS Goods now at one-half regular selling price We have had a large sale since Oct. 13, but stock was so heavy that we still have a good assortment to select from. Although th? prices marked on Cloaks, Capes, Tailored Suits, Furs and Shirt Waists were from 30 to 40 per cent below the regu lar selling price, we will for the next ten days, ON THESE GOODS ONLY, Give Two Home Trading Stamps for One This for a double purpose to close out this department entirely and to enable our cus tomers to fill out their stamp collections before Dec. 5, when the giving of ...

Publication Title: Bennington Evening Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington evening banner. — 11 November 1904

THE BENNINGTON EVENING BANNER VOL. II NO 259 BENNINGTON VT., FR1 DAY , NOVEMBEK II, 1904 ONECENT 11 A I 1 r T 1 .1 1 -1,1 I L A I . I I . ( ( . . I l I r, a II I A M lAIKn I' AO(Vm'an I I r I litm 1-4 II. , .-. , I W .11 I - - . ... I i nere Are Dcverni imhus oi roc is in cne vvonu uuu inc .viusc nujcicbb ji u.c vvuuic i.ui is wc iviau wuu ivllhia ma vwu uny auu juh i uimsis m n COURT ASSIGNMENTS Presiding Judge of ihc Coming Term for the County of Bennington. Montpelitr, N" II Tie asslg". inent oi tiif unn in.- ill : m ces if announced toda" : ,lu go Oe M. Pow rs will borne to Bennington December Wenthrr, Pair tonight ami Saturday. A Few Days More Brisk Selling will clean up the Under-price Garments .in the Cloak Store Cloak. Suit and Skirt Opportunities that may not occur f i 'Hfim in ii i ' ( . lltUJ 1 jvi lliwi J' ill IIUI1IVIVU0I l 1 . ...11 u lay nignt win prou- . i i r these Bargains. "laKeaLooKioaay i fl I T is forehanded advice. Alexander Drysdale & Son B ENNINGTON'S US...

Publication Title: Bennington Evening Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington evening banner. — 11 November 1904

1 r-- - - - - -r - --r - r - - " r "i I uUUli in rita, lAnxa, ruvvmua Ann tuuftits1 I VTmTT? Cttti XTTvraf t:' Uv A T I I I s r 14 I in ?.pifi inn Pankaees with List of Valuable Premiums. RKI ,cn0.. I Blr.WK. ....... i . .Jut.. ' it. .. -li . 4IJIWMB iVI ! II a 5 pi. SWELL COATS THE EVENING WANNER Published every duy except Sundays and Holidays. Kntcred at the post-otllce, llcnniiiton, 't., Dec. 11, 1908, as second class mail matter. TERMS One Year . . . One Month . Single ( 'opy . ,$3.00 . 25c 1c I i . Fall ndtfnUr igo4 1903- For Little Men Mothers, stop in for a few moments and see the NKW OVERCOATS FOR THE BOYg very swell ami I w agger. New ideas in ti e Holt Coat, cut long and loose, and at almost any price you would like to pay. We sellths "Widow .tones'1 Clothes for Hoys because tliev are tile best. B URT BROS. RITCHIE BLOCK BENNINGTON. VT. FRANK E, HOWE. Editor and Publisher May he he is a dyspeptic who would rather fight than eat. Is beauty losing its power to men? If not, w...

Publication Title: Bennington Evening Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington evening banner. — 11 November 1904

BENNINGTON BRIEFS. a i m THE COMPLETE STORE PRICE S3.00 8 E L E C T Ideal Patent Kid Button Boot, tip, dull top, circular vamp and heel foxing, flex ible liflbt BOle, close whee ed edge, shapely full Opera toe, high Military heel. V PRICE 0.OO P K I A I. V o (i D E Ideal Patent Kid Seamless Bluclier, tip, dull top, welted sole with rull outside exten sion edge, handsome new. drop toe. Cadet heel. Fast color ey lets. AUCTION! THURSDAY NOV. 17 1904 The resilience 0 the late Dr. .tlm J "V u-ft ooslsttagots4Mra it rests all modern ooarek saess and uoprwesssM tem heat, electric ItphtS, hot ami SoM !. bull, set rstixe in Wtohen. wr and water connections, lance wood or storage shed, with lo't adjacent. All situated uintn a large lot on CJnJOO 81 (NS.S0S fnion st-i iiu fenlntjsa, t. -neilier with the furniture, carpels, pU . "ten ils mil a ifreat variety 01 Iwiuekeepiut: articles loo numerous to mention, will bssold St autfoa without reiene to the highest balder. upon vln"reinl ei on Thursd...

Publication Title: Bennington Evening Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington evening banner. — 11 November 1904

GLOVES & MITTENS FROM 10c TO $3 FOR MEN, BOYS Ld'es' and Misses' Kid Gloves fhe" Best Fine frstcm Tailoring, Cleaning, Repairing and Pressing MULLIGAN & ROCHE The leadinp Clothiers, Hatters Furnishers and Custom Tailors, 409 Main St., Bennington, Vt. LEVIN S LOW PRICES MAKE TRADING ELSEWHERE AN EXTRAVAGENCE THE GREAT CLOSING - OUT SALE At LEVIN'S j CONTINUED FOR TEN DAYS I Goods now at one-half regular selling price We have bad a large stock was so heavV good assortment to select from, the prices marked on Cloaks, Capes, Tailored Suits, Furs and Shirt Waists were from 30 to 40 per cent below the regu lar selling price, we will for the next ten days, ON THESE GOODS ONLY, Give Two Home Trading Stamps for One This for a double purpose to close out this department entirely and to enable our cus tomers to fill out their stamp collections before Dec. 5, when the giving of stamps will cease entirely. TWENTY STAMPS ON EVERY DOLLAR PURCHASE OR TIN DOLLARS IN PREMIUMS ON EVERYONE HUND...

Publication Title: Bennington Evening Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington evening banner. — 12 November 1904

THE BENNINGTON EVENING BANNER OL,. II NO 260 BENNINGTON VT., SATUDA'Y, NOVEMBER 12, 1904 ONECENT Beware of the Man with Taper Fingers and the Woman with a Perfect Mouth. The First Is Tricky and the Second Has No Kindness of Heart j A Few Days More Brisk Selling will clean up the Under-price Garments in the Cloak Store Cloak, Suit and Skirt a. ;xi - upporiunmes that may not occur again for many a day are numerous. Satur day night will prob ably see the end of these Bargains. TakcaLookToday is forehanded advice. Alexander Drysdale & Son BENNINGTON'S USIEST STORE NO These price-reduced D offerings are with out an exception, new, coP rect New York styles. Cheao Advertising Advertising under this bead ! cent for the first time and ten oents each time after. Advertisements not to ex ceed four lins. WANTED WASTKD -A irootl reliable man. with DOTM and ug pre(errel for Baoatnfton iirnl surroundim: towns lo (1 stribute elrculurv sam ples tack siKiiH. either in connection with pres ent wor...

Publication Title: Bennington Evening Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington evening banner. — 12 November 1904

A cough medicine over sixty years old This must mean merit, solid, genuine merit. It certainly must be true that Ayer's Cherry Pectoral cures coughs, colds, croup, bronchitis, asthma. Ask your own doctor to explain why it strengthens weak throats and heals inflamed lungs. jcwe'M?.: l For Little Men 1 ,JKF Ml . I""B. ' . i - 1 1 . i i i -i umt si'i- new m' WlViCfGWfOfIC$ NYw ideas in 1 tii iio : i riil Iiuni'. :iiid :t! alnuwl . i Ham ii iifii:.i Mi: r- RW ' . .in, Winter I I90T Hi III JD v Hp Mothers, stop lu (or a few moment! and see the NEW OVERCOATS Foil THE BOYg very swell and iwftgger. New idoas in the Belt Coat, cut long and I0OM1 ami at almost any price you would like to pay. We sell the "Widow Jones" ('lollies for Boyi beoauie thev are the best. JRT BROS. RITCHIE BLOCK Will 1 BENNINGTON, VT DAI 19 THIS WILL INTEREST YOU WITH our change we have made in the interior f our store, we now have the best "Stove Show Room" in the city and have a full line of Ranges and Heat ers to s...

Publication Title: Bennington Evening Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington evening banner. — 12 November 1904

s BKNWNGTON BRIEFS. 1 - 1 1 JP Tfc I THE COMPLETE SHOE STORE EVERY FOOT AND FANCY FITTED PRICE SS.00 S E L E C T Ideal Patent Kid Button Boot, tip, dull top. circular vamp and heel foxing, flex ible light sole, close wheeled edge, shapely full Opera toe, high Military heel. Drysdale Women's Hoes For Winter PRICE 0.00 FAST D I 0 U S KiboKid Lace Boot, patent tip, light weight welted sole, stylish Opera toe high Colon ial heel, arched instep. Fast color eyelets do not turn brassy- Mrs. Fastidious Dresser Our $3 Shoes have a distinctive style ; they are smarter looking than most shoes. Our $3 Shoes ease the mind because they ease the feet ; they ease the teet because they fit them. Our $3 Shoes are the shoes that feel old and look new. Our $3 Shoes combine Style, Fit, Comfort and Quality in a most marked degree. ALEXANDER DRYSDALE & SON B ENNINGTON'S US1E5T STORE PRICE iO.OO i I I i v o ; v i: Ideal Patent Kid Seamless Blucher, tip, dull top, welted sole with full outside exten sio...

Publication Title: Bennington Evening Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington evening banner. — 12 November 1904

GLOVES & MITTENS FROM IOc TO $3 FOR MEN, BOYS AND CHILDREN Ladies' and Misses1 Kid Gloves and Mittens from 15c to 50c Mon's leather Mittens, lined and unlinod, 25o, 50o, 76o, l.oo, 1.26,1.50, for working. Men's Leather Gloves, lined and unlinea, at 26e. Soo, ftta. 75'. l.OO. 1.25, 1.50, 2.(X). Men's Driving Gloves at .".Oc. 7.c. 1.00. 1.25, 1.50. Fur Driving Cloves at 1.00, 1.50, 2.00. 2.50, 3.00. Meo'l Canvas Chives lOo. Boys' and Children's Cloves ami Mittens at 15c, liic, 25c, 500. ress Gloves and Mittens for Man and Boy 111 ihutu .if nun's dress unlined kill m 1 no 1 . 1.50. All shades nu n's silk lined dress kid gloves at 1.00, 1.25, 1.50. The Celebrated Fownes Dress Kid Gloves at $1.50, the very best kid glove made BENNINGTON BRIEFS. B1a 1 1 nod kid and Mocha ''loves, all .ho,lo. t7Sfl. l.iH). 1.25. 1.60. A full line of i l. 'iv,. linurl mid unlined, from l.oo to i i..,.'s Lnit Mittens and L'loves at 25c am The lai-.'est and hest line of ladies' and misses" knit gloves and...

Publication Title: Bennington Evening Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
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