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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington evening banner. — 14 November 1904

THE BENNINGTON EVENING BANNER VOL. II NO 261 BENNINGTON VT., MONDAY, NOVEMBER 1904 ONECENT If You Have a Suspicion Keep It to Yourself, for it Is One of the Things That Will Not Stand Transmission and Stay in the Original Package 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 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 B ENNINGTON'5 USIEST STORE ND These price-reduced L- offerings are with out an exception, new, cor rect New York styles. Gheao Advertising Advertising under this bead 85 cents for the first time and ten cents each time after. Advertisements nut to ex pned four line. WANTED WATKD-A k-ood reliable man. with horaa and rig preferred for Bennington and surrounding towns to d stribute olttriUari.sam nles tiu'K item, either in emiinscli.niwnii pies eut'work, or ...

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. — 14 November 1904

My! My! You are growing old fast! And you know why, too. It's those gray hairs! Don't you know that Ayer's Hair Vigor restores color to gray hair? Well, it does. And it never fails, either. It stops falling hair also, and keeps the scalp clean. Sold 1 lot ties ; flitl and RITCHIE BLOCK fcil fc .13 mm BURT BROS WITH ur change we have made in the Ulterior of our store, we now have the best "Stove Show Room" in the city and have a full line of Kanges and Heat ers to suit every demand. The "P. P. Stew art" and "West Shore" Ranges have no equal. Cash prices on Heaters are low enough so no one can afford to be without a good heater. Remember, you can get for your house every thing that goes on to it or into it in the line of Lumber, BricK, Paint, Plumbing, Heating, Hardware, etc., at prices that are right. WINSLOW & NOTICE ! To the Ladles of Bennington an1 vicinity. If you want a suit, cne, or alterations tone and cleaning and prosing cf it!i kinds ;ii reaor able prices you will alway...

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. — 14 November 1904

I . 1 JF X l (1) THE C0MPLE1E SHOE STORE EVERY FOOT AND FANCY FITTED PRICE 80.00 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. Women's $3 For Winter J PRICE 3.00 FAST D I 0 U 8 Kibo Kid 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 USIEST STORE PRICE iO.OO F K C 1 A I. V O (i U E Ideal PatiMit Kid Seamless Blucher, tip, dull top, welted sole with full outside exten sion edge, handsome new d...

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. — 14 November 1904

GLOVES & MITTENS FROM IOc TO $3 FOR MEN, BOYS AND CHILDREN Ladies' and Misses' Kid Gloves and Mittens from 15c to 50c I: (KBest Fine Custom Tailoring, MULLiGAN The Leadine Clothiers, Hatters Furnishers and Custom .. . .,: Dnnnlnutnn Vf. Tailors, Ui main m LEVIN'S LOW PRICES MAKE AN EXTRA r S Z t-a-TC.. V.-- a---v- a-- -- - I AW i THE GREAT CLOSING OUT SALE At LEVIN'S CONTINUED FOR TEN DAYS Goods now at one-half regular selling price We have had a large sah since Oct. 13, but stock was so heavy that we still have h good assortment to select from. Although the prices markedon Cloaks, Capes, Tailored Suits, Furs and Shirt Waists were from 30 to 40 per cent below the regu lar sellin" price, we will for the next ten days, Off 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 stamp will cease entirely. TWEN7Y STAMPS ON ...

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. — 15 November 1904

THE BENNINGTON EVENING BANNER VOL. II NO 262 BENNINGTON VT TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1904 ONEOENT Twitting on Facts May Be Unkind But Some People Are So Thick in Skin and Intellect that That Is the Only Way They Can Be Reached A (Jnril. We, the undersigned, do hereby agree to refund tho money n a BO cent hottle of Greene's Warranted Byrup ol Tar if it fail to oil re your cough or soldi We also guarantee a 26 cent bottle to prove satisfactory or money refunded. J. T. Shurtl. ir, J. M. Ayres, O. E. Gibson, .i. A. (juinlan, Ben ni niton. 0. H. Houghton, .North Bennington. ('. R. ,tA. It. Hawkins, So. Bhaftsbury (). E Adams, Arlington. K. c. Woodwortb, 0. E Adams a Co., East Arlington. 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 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 ...

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. — 15 November 1904

Consult your doctor about your cough At the same time ask him what he thinks of Ayer's Cherry Pec toral. He wiliyltnow all about it, for we send doctors the formula. For over 60 years coughs, colds, wenk lnnps, bronchitis, asthma. I SWELL COATS 1 I CJlolhes T in I RITCHIE BLOCK WITH ur change we have made in the Ulterior of our store, we now have the best "Stove Show Room" in the city anl have a full line of Ranges and Heat ers to suit every demand. The UP. P, Stew art" and "West Shore" Ranges have no equal. Cash prices on Heaters are low enough so no one can afford to he w ithout a good heater. Remember, you can get for your house every thing that goes on to it or into it in the line of Lumber, BricK, Paint, Plumbing, Heating, Hardware, etc., at prices that are right. WINSLOW & m NOTICE ! To the Ladles Ol Bennington and vlemlty. If you want ft suit, Wipe, or alteration! lon and cleaning and pressing cf all kind" at reason able prices you wUlalwftyi Bnd a nice line o goods and 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. — 15 November 1904

J n T BENNINGTON DHIEKS. EVERY FOOT AND FANCY FITTED THE C0MPLE1E SHOE STORE (11 I price sa.oo S EL 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. Drysc Lale Women's $3 Shoes For Winter m PRICE a.oo FASTI DIOUS Kiho Kid Lnce Boot, patent tip, light weight welted sole, stylish Opera toe high Colon ial heel, arched instep. Fast color1 eyelets do not turn brassy. Mrs. Fastidious Dresser Our $3 Shoes, have a distinctive style; they are smarter looking than most shoes. Our 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 USIE5T STORE PRICE 0.OO - I I- I '. ! V O (t u e Ideal PaU-nt Kid Senmlets Blucher, tip, dull top, welted sole with full outside exten ...

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. — 15 November 1904

GLOVES & MITTENS FROM IOc TO $3 FOR MEN, BOYS AND CHILDREN Ladies' and Misses' Kid Gloves and Mittens from 15c to 50c fhe.Best Fine Custom Tailoring, MULLIGAN The Leading 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 f At LEVIN'S 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 the prices marked on Cloaks, Capes, Tailored Suits, Furs and Shirt Waists were from 30 to 40 per cent below the regu lar sellin"- 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 PURC...

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. — 16 November 1904

THE BENNINGTON EVENING BANNER VOL. II NO 263 BENNINGTON VT., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1904 ONECENT We Have Refrained from Criticising the Legislature in Hopes that It Would Do Better but We Give Up. For Slackness and Incompetence It Beats the Record POWNAL. There is a letter advertised at the ocai post omce ur rtaipn a, ooioj. Miss B. Tlgbe is conlined to the house with a severe attack of asthma. Work is to he commenced at once on the sewer which is to run from EL J. Barber's to the river. Dr 13. O. Barber is hoping to be able to eat his Thanksgiving dinner in his new Main street home. Miss Huttie Anna Harbor entertain ed friends with cards at her home on ' Menard street Saturday evening. Clarence Peltier has not been able to pursue his studies at the Bliss Bus iness college recently by reason of ill ness. Misses M. E. and Marguerite Par rand A. Barker attended the 11 issell H. Conwell lecture, "The Sil ver Crown" in .Noah Adams Monday evening. Mrs Fred Hotter accompanied her husband...

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. — 16 November 1904

I Money enough to buy a box of Pills? Then be thankful ! It means so much to have a box'of Ayer's Pills always in the house. Just pne pill at bedtime, now and then, end you need have no fear of bilious attacks, sick-headaches, indigestion, constipation. Sold for sixty years. h 1- f ' .WJ aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa I ill(rira ' ForLi,,ieMen V'-'jt t I ffp Mothers, stop tu (or a few fcJ ! 'J J M, moments and see the NEW W Jk V UK -OATH Foil THE j IW J ;m -S '. s ery swell and It WJVuoJoites -- N,,w iilt!as 1,1 IB O Yt, tn0 15'1 t,(,llti cut long V ' Ma ( j lolfWS ii'i'l loose, and at almost j j ,.p JvJfejs any Price you would like Ag . ,ncWmer VVe sell the "Willow . lories' ' ill! Clothes for Hovs because II ; they are the best. BURT BROS. j RlT"j;-J! BLCCK BENNINGTON, VT. C 4 11 THIS ra IlN 1 T I 'J I I OUT chance I W interior of our store, we now have the best "Stove ShowRoom" in the citv :inl have a full line of Ranges and Heat ers to niit every demand. The "P. P. Stew ;irt" ...

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. — 16 November 1904

a 5 Besl Apron Ginghams 5c yd. ' All sizes in both blue ami brown checks besides gol showing of fancies. Good Sheets 45c Sizes 81x90 indies. Full bleach clean and perfect. $1.03 Table Damask 75c yd. Splendid quality, beauti ful designs, verj satiny; plump two yards wide. Five patterns to pick from. Nap kins to match if wanted. 25c Towels J 9c Nice quality Huck with an overshot damask design. Very lasge size. Girls' 25c Stockings 15c A iucky purchase of up ward of a hundred dozen (45 dozen already sold). Fine-ib.fast black very strong. 29c Tricot Waisting 19c vd. Splendid material for women's waists, house gowns and children's dres ses. Strictly all wool; ten colorings. $12.00 Raincoats $8.50 Herringbone Coverts, Tan xi'onl and I Hive mixtures. Iade with orwithout capes. 6.50 Jackets 3.95 Rich dark ( xford mi tures, 24 inches 1 n lt . A very genteel garment ; sizes 84 to 42. 8.50 Fur Scarfs 5.50 Sable Opossum, 56 inches long; six line tails; plump, lustrous fur. Warm Bedding A stock ...

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. — 16 November 1904

Big Reduction Sale of Suits & Overcoats FOR MEN, BOYS AND CHILDREN J J22.00 Suits now $18.00 Men s $20.00 Suits now $16.50 Men's $18.00 Suits now $15 00 Men's $16.50 Suits now $13.50 Men's $15 00 Suits now $12.00 Men's $13.50 Suits now $11.00 Men's $12 00 Suits now S10.00 Men's S10.00 Suits now $ 8 00 Men's S 9.00 Suits row $ 7.50 Men's $ 8.00 Suits now $ 6 50 10 Men's Suits worth $10, $12, $13.50, your choice S5.00 BENNINGTON BRIEFS. All Men's Overo6ati reduoed from SI so to 15.00 Men's Lea her Mittens 2fc, .'.Oc, 760, 11.00, 11.50. Men's Lestner Glovea 250 35c, 50C 75o, 11.00, 11.50, Men's Knit Gloves and Mit tens 25o and .',oc. Hoys' and Chill' pen's Knit Gloves and Mittens I60 to Alk Lad it's' and Misses' Knit Cloves and Mittens lOo, 260,390,600. Dress Gloves from 60c to 11.60. fhe'Best Fine Custom Tailoring, Cleaning, Repairing and Pressing MULLIGAN & ROCHE The Leading Clothiers. Hatters Furnishers and Custom Tailors, 409 Main St., Bennington, Vt. LEVIN S LOW PRICES MAK...

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. — 17 November 1904

THE BENNINGTON EVENING BANNER VOL. II NO 264 BENNINGTON VT., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1904 ONE CENT In a Balloon Race in France the Other Day the Balloons Finished from 1 1 to 20 Miles Behind the Starting Point. Balloons Seem Almost Human Sometimes NEW TRADING STAMP. W. K. Worthinston Inaugurates Stau p Plan at North Bennington. North Bennington, Nov 1". w. u. Worthiogton the enterprising dealer has Inauge rated a trading stamp sys tem which is superior to all others. .Stamps redeemable in his own simv remarkable advantage! to the consum er. On and after Nov 15th 1004 this w, II known store will issue to all cash cus tomers their celebrated gold trading stumps. This store adopted their own trading-stamps only after thorough in vestigation of all the trading-stamp companies of the country anil tinally decided that the, only logical basis on which trading-stamp could lie Issued was one redeemable in their own store in their own merchandise. All the trading-stamps companies require the h...

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. — 17 November 1904

Do you know "The Song of 60 Years?" There are four verses. Verse U Ayer's Hair Vigor makes the hair grov. Verse 2. Ayer's Hair Vigor stops falling hair. Verse 3. Avcr's Hair Vitror cures dandruff. Verse 4. Ayer's Hair Vigor always restores color to gray hair. ' wtf BURT RITCHIE BLOCK WITH ur change we have made iu the interior f ur store, we now have the hest "Stove Show Room'1 in the city ami have a full line of Ranges and Heat ers to suit every demand. The "P. P. Stew art" and "West Shore" Ranges have no equal. Cash prices on Heaters are low enough so no one can afford to be without a good heater. Remember, you can get for your house every thing that ooes on to it or into it in the line of Lumber, Bricg, Paint, Plumbing, Heating, Hardware, etc., at prices that are right. WINSLOW & 2 MA-IIV vKWti: fr&fe i-J&i CLOSING OUT m linz o f PARLOR STOVES Now is fcbe time to buy. i I want to make room for a other goods aud mnsl :!! at once. I W. D. NEWTON HARDWARE Pixnm.N i $ B H...

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. — 17 November 1904

(s) Best Apron Ginghams 5c yd. All sizes in both hlue and brown checks besides good showing of fancies. Good Sheets 45c Size 81x90 inches. Full bleach clean and perfect, Sl.00 Table Damask 75c yd. Splendid quality, beauti ful designs, very satiny; jilunijt two yards ide. Five patterns to pick from. Nap kins to match it' wanted. 25c Towels 19c Nice quality Huck with an overshot damask design. Very large size. Girls' 25c Stockings 15c A lucky purchase of up ward of a hundred dozen (45 doen already sold). Fine rib fast black very strong. 29c Tricot Waisting 19c yd. Splendid material for women's waists, It o use gowns and children's dres ses. Strictly all wool; ten colorings. SI2.00 Raincoats $8.50 Herringbone Co erts, Tan Oxford and Olive mixtures. Made with or without capes. 6.50 Jackets 3.95 Rich dark Oxford mix tures, 24 inches long. A very genteel garment ; sizes 34 to 42. 8.50 Fur Scarfs 5.50 Sable ( (possum, 56 inches long; six fine tails; plump, lustrous fur. Warm Bedding A stoc...

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. — 17 November 1904

Big Reduction Sale of Suits & Overcoats FOR MEN, BOYS AND CHILDREN W gM U m til 1.00 moil V WfaViWW unu liwn w'Wiww 1,1 Men's $18,00 Suits now $15 00 Men's $16.50 Suits now $13.50 Men's $15 00 Suits now $12.00 Men's $13.50 Suits now $11.00 Men's $12 00 Suits now $10.00 Men's SI 0.00 Suits now $ 800 Men's S 9,00 Suits now $ 7.50 Men's $ 8.00 Suits now $ 6 SO 10 Men's Suits worth $10, $12 $13.50, ycur choice S5.0O All Men's Overcoat reduced from il SO to 15.00. Men's Lea ber M mens 26c, BOc, 76c, ll.OO, 11.50. Men I Leatner (Huvee 260, 36c, 60o, 7;c, 11.00, 11.60, Men's Knit Glovei and Mit tens 25o and Mot Boys' and Chili v Knit Ulnvei and Mittens L6o to SOc. Ladlea' and Misses' Knit (Hoves ,.,,,1 Mitt,. i. s inc. 'J. f. :t!c . .ilV. Dress Cloves frniii c to 81. f he" Best Fin? Custcm Tailoring, Cleaning! Repairing and Pressing MULLIGAN & ROCHE The Leadlner Clothiers, Hatters Furnishers and Custom Tailors, 409 Main St., Bennington, Vt. LEVIN'S LOW PRICES MAKE TRADING ELSEWHERE...

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. — 18 November 1904

THE BENNINGTON EVENING BANNER VOL. II NO 266 BENNINGTON VT., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1904 ONE CENT Many a Man Has Been Arrested for Vagrancy Because He Didn't Recognize His Turn to Move. A Bennington Young Man Narrowly Escaped Last Night KELLY-COX. Quietly Married At the Parochial Residence Saturday Evening. The marriage of Michael Kelly to Mrs Julia Cox, both of this village, took place at the parochial residence of St Francis de Sales parish Satur day evening, llev A. J. Barron per formed the ceremony. It was a ijuiet B ilair. The couple are well known in this village and many congratulations have been extended. They are residing at her home on Depot street. AGAIN INSANE. A Card. Wp, the undersigned, do hereby agree to refund the money on a ."() cent iiottle of (ireene's Warranted Syrup of Tar if it fails to cure your cough or cold. We also guarantee a 25 cent bottle to prove satisfactory or money refunded. J. T. Shurtl.-ir, J. M. Ayros, O.E. Gibson, B. A. Quinlan, Bennington. C. H. ...

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. — 18 November 1904

We work with, not against, doctors We give doctors the formula for Ayer's Sarsaparilla. Then they can tell, when asked, just what it will do. Suppose you ask your doctor about this medicine in cases of impure blood, thin blood, debility, exhaustion, nervousness, anemia. fegflgfite ' wt (jlOlflS JSu.BMfm kS i-y - BURT mm I9. jllj RITCHIE BLOCK BENNINGTON. VT. SAY! WITH our change we have made in the interior of our store, we now have the best "Stove Show Room" in the city and have a full line of Ranges and Heat ers' to suit every demand. The "P. P. Stew art" and "West Shore" Ranges have no equal. Cash prices on Heaters are low enough so no one can afford to be without a good heater. Remember, you can get for your house every thing that goes on to it or into it in the line of Lumber, Bhck, Taint, Hardware, etc., at pi WINSLOW & CLOSING OUT! my line of PARLOR STOVES Now is the lime to buy. 1 I want t make room for 2 other gooda and must Bell a at once W h NFWTftN f f U VII V HVlMlU...

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. — 18 November 1904

Best Apron Ginghams 5c yd. All sizes in both blue ami brown checks besides good showing of fancies. Good Sheets 45c Sizes 81x90 inches. Full bleach clean and perfect $1.00 Table Damask 75c yd. Splendid qualit) , beauti ful designs, very satiny: plump t ards w ide. Fii e patterns t pick from. Nap kins to match if wanted. 25c Towels 19c Nice quality Muck witli an overshot damask design. Very large size. Girls' 25g Stockings 15c A lucky purchase of up ward of a hundred dozen (45 dozen already sold). Fine rib fast black very strong. 29c Tricoi Waisting 19c yd. Spleidid material for women's waists, house gowns and children's dres ses. Strictly all wool; ten colorings. $12.00 Raincoats $8.50 Herringbone Coverts, Tan Oxford and live mixtures. Made with or without capes. 6.50 Jackets 3.95 Rich dark Oxford mix -tures, 24 inches long. A very genteel garment ; size 34 to 42. 8.50 Fur Scarfs 5.50 Sable possum, 56 inches long; six line tails; plump, lustrous fur. Warm Bedding A stock of Blankets...

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. — 18 November 1904

Big Reduction Sale FOR HO, BOYS AND CHILDREN fhe Best Fine Custom Tailoring, MULLIGAN 33 JL Thn Lnnriinp cint h u-.r. Matters Furnishers and Custom Tailors, 409 Main LEVIN S LOW PRICES MAKE TRADING ELSEWHERE AN EXTRAVAGENCE THE GREAT CLOSING OUT SALE At LEVIN'S 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 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 THESIS GOODS OJNLY, Give Two Home Trading Stamps for One This for a double purpose to close out this department entirely and to enable our out 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 TtN DOLLARS IN PREMIUMS ON EVERYONE HUNDRED SALE BESIDES 30 TO 40 PER CENT DIS COU...

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