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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington evening banner. — 2 February 1905

V THE EVENING BENNINGTON BANNER VOL. Ill, NO 23 BENNINGTON VT.. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1905 PRICE ONE CENT We Have Worried over a Great Variety of Things but Never over the Quantity or Quality of Refreshments Served at a Party Agents for Standard Patterns. All Patterns m & Clean-Sweep a Sale is a winner Fair ARE YOU ALL REHEMBER that every day yes! every hour brings the closing date of DRYSDALE'S CLEAN-SWEEP SALE nearer to hand. jNot again for six months at least will we offer you such exceptional buying opportunities. EV ERY ARTICLE IN THE STORE IS STILL GOiNG ATA REDUCED PRICE. HUNDREDS OF ARTICLES ACTUALLY AT HALF PRICE FOR INSTANCE THE COUNTER-FULL OF DRESS GOODS REMNANTS THE BALANCE OF WOMEN'S AND GIRLS' COATS AND DRESSES THE SHIRTWAISTS OF SILK, WOOL AND COTTON THE ODD LOTS OF KNIT UNDERWEAR AND HOSIERY THE DRESSING SACQUES AND KIMONAS THE REMNANTS OF GINGHAMS, COTTONS AND LINENS Extraordinary Price Reductions On Flannelettes, Eiderdowns and Waistings On Broken lines ot Men...

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. — 2 February 1905

2 Have you a friend Who has a hard cold? Then tell him about Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. Tell him how It cured your hard cough. Tell him why you always keep It in the house. Tell him to ask his doctor about it. Doctors have known the formula for over sixty years. iZWlfJ;: Report of the , Auditor OF Bennington County FOR The Year Ending Nov. 30, 1904 Annual Expenditures 190.1 fcepMr on Building msaraneB on nulldlnm 1 ,7. Furniture, new and repaired ,MU0 Jail Expenses '" j election Ripen " Court Kxpenses Miscellaneous Expenses tl,KU.l!k Treasurer's Account . jt, dr. To balance on h ind Use. 1, 1913 570.M avalli ol Comity tax of three cents on the dollar, Act No. 11", Laws ef 1WJ 3.4ai,o CR. -. VZL G2 By paid old outstanding orders paid Interest on same paid orders for current year paid Interest on same (balance In tre8iiry I3.WT.M Assets Oath In treasury Liabilities Me. 1904 11.48 31A.75 83.23 l!l.Y2i 24.30 SO.O 157.28 1 1,040 24 tl.27H.00 233.73 l,0ii.S4 10.70 J.428.8T M.997.64 I.42S.W E...

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. — 2 February 1905

WHEN A GIRL MARRIES a man because he says he can not live without her, she may not be entlt'ed to a life Raving medal, but she is entitled to the protection of a life insurance policy and should Insist on getting It. Do Not Waste Time looking back over your past life, for you are not tfolng that way. llather look to the future and prepare for jt by uslnjr an endowment policy In the Prudential. Send your atre (nearest birthday) to the undersigned and a specimen policy will be forwarded to you for whatever amount you desire Apply to F. S. Morrison, Dist. Manager. The Prudential insurance Company of America. HONOGRAPH CONCERTS Am prepated to give first-class phonograph concerts with var ied program to suit the most exacting. Termal per evening. ADDRESS .luliiiM "ViUlie 122 LINCOLN ST. A choice selection of Meats for your Sunday dinner BEEF PORK LAMB POULTRY Home made Sausage there is . none equal. We invite your inspection. Harmon Cash Marker 110 South St. NOTICE! To the Ladles ot Benn...

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. — 2 February 1905

81.00 MID $1.49 BUYS A BOYS' SUIT Two and Three Piece Suits at the Big Mark-Down Sale on Clothing and Furnishings Hoys' Iteefe's at i.bo, woith s.W Boy' Overcoat at t 50 and a.oo. worth ., 4 m and a on. Men's Heavy Double-breusled Vesta ut 1.29. Men's NuittN at 12.00, worth m.on. Men's HuM lit 10. (HI w )Uh l.'i.im. Men's Suits at OSOwor'h MM ltlMII'H (Mills at C.iiO worth V. I'O Men's Hutu ut 7. Ml worth 10 00 20 Ken's Suits a' 5.00 worth from $10 to $14 filth pill li 10 Men's Overcoats $5 worth $15 00 Big Necktie Sale at 9c worth 50c 10c for Lasher Hose worth 5ni wi'ii'n OvercuHtH at W worth io Men's Overcoats Ht tin worth I5 Men's Overcoats ut $9fiO worth i 1 1 II SO. Men's (ivcrooiitd nt fs worth Jit Men's. Yoiii t Men's mnl i. Ii!i nil's I'Mt-rs ut 2 50, 5 W), (. mirl iti.fd- Uradford's Wool 1,'nrierwear ut ;h-. Toboggan hi i c. ;wo Fleece Lined t'liderwcir ut ie Suit, Tain O'SWit t.ersat r.ie, sue, Tub. Men's Hnd Mittens pic, I lie. lz, fi:i . I'.'ie, ?.n: Menu and Hoys' Sweat...

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. — 3 February 1905

f THE BENNINGTON EVENING- BANNER VOL. Ill, NO 26 BENNINGTON VT.. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1905 PRICE ONE CENT A' Man Shouldn't Be Discouraged Because He Doesn't Understand a Woman If He Ha"d Time to Understand Her He Would Have Time for No htng Else e Agents for Standard Patterns. All Patterns 15c & Clean-Sweep J vSale J a winner N Fair ARE YOU ALL ttk RnRMRPD . closing date of DRYSDALE'S CLEAN-SWEEP SALE nearer to hand. f Not again for six months at least will we offer you such exceptional buying opportunities. EV ERY ARTICLE IN THE STORE IS STILL GOiNG AT A REDUCED PRICE. HUNDREDS OF ARTICLES ACTUALLY AT HALF PRICE FOR INSTANCE THE COUNTER-FULL OF DRESS GOODS REMNANTS THE BALANCE OF WOMEN'S AND GIRLS' COUS AND DRESSES THE SHIRTWAISTS OF SILK, WOOL AND COTTON THE ODD LOTS OF KNIT UNDERWEAR AND HOSIERY THE DRESSING SACQUES AND KIMONAS . THE REMNANTS OF GINGHAMS, COTTONS AND LINENS THE REMNANTS OF CARPET, MATTING AND LINOLEUMS Extraordinary Price Reductions On Flannelettes, Eiderdowns...

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. — 3 February 1905

Put on Ayer's and be proud of your hair A little pride is a good thing. Then why be contented with chin, scraeely hair? faded, gray hair? Put on Ayer's Hair Vigor and have long, thick hair ; beautiful hair, without a single gray line in it. Keep young. Have a little pride, '."2?.: New hirt Waists THE EVENING IJANNI Published every day except Sundays and Holidays. Entered at the post-otllce, Bennington, Vt., Dec. 11, 1903, as second class mail matter. TERMS: One Year ...$3.0O One Month 2."c SlngleCopy lc IKANX E. HOWE, Editor and Publisher 1905 STYLES We have just received a large assort ment of the latest styles in Shirt Waists. The workmanship and ma terial cannot be surpassed. We are sure that the prices are right. Come and examine our stock befor.e it is broken. If we have not got what you want we can get it for you. Pongee Waist $3.25 Mohair Waist, white and black' 2.75 Nun's Veiling Waist 3.25 Taffeta Waist, white, 5.75 Taffeta Waist, white, tan, coffee 6.25 Peau de Soie Waist,...

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. — 3 February 1905

I MADE IN OUR KITCHEN TO SAVE WORK IN YOURS SNONESUCH-ffiNCE MEAT! In 2-PIb 1 0c Packages with List of Valuable Premiums. Slffiti c0!k J AFTER I HVEHTOft Y SALE NOYESK'S FTER our annual find a great many A every department which we inventoried at an extremely low, almost at giveaway prices, in order to dispose of these goods before our new goods arrive. We are determined to get rid of them at any cost. These goods will be offered at any reasonable offer. 10 Ladies' Coats were $10.00 to $1S.00, at 5 Childrenls Coats, were $3 to $5.00, at . 6 Ladies' Tailored Suits, were $10.00 to $15.00, at 6 Ladies' Tailored Suits, were $10.50 to $19.00, at . 3.00 and $1.00 Ladies' Trimmed Hats, at $5.00 and $6.00 Ladies' Trimmed Hats at Walking Hats at half price. Outing Flan nel Night Dresses, Gents Winter Gloves ter garments at 1-4 to Furs at 1-3 to 1-2 ort. N. N'OYEGK 437 Main St. OPPOSITE M. We Guarantee Cough Syrup with Tar Price 25c Drugs ordered by telephone promptly delivered. Harwood'CJ S ...

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. — 3 February 1905

S1.00 AND $1.49 BUYS A BOYS' SUIT Two and Three Piece Suits at the Big ark Down Sale on Clothing and 1 Boys' Iteefe i at 1.80, worth 3 50 Boys' OvercoHtH ut 9.10. 2.M ami 3.0(1. worth S.BO. 4 60 anil On. Men's Htmvy Douule-brunsUU' Vests (it 1 119. Men's Nullts Ht 12.'K), worth 18.00 Men's nuts at MMM w rtli !. Men' suits at ofto worn l;i f Men s Suits at worlli I ' ' Wen's Hulls at 7.30 worth 10 or 20 men's Suits at 5.0 worm from $10 to $14 10 Wen's Overcoats $5 worth $15 GO Big Necktie Sale at 9c worth 50c POISON SENT IN LETTE Continued from First Pege. made In commutln t the sentence o Mrs Marsh 'lien the penalty on th4 statu borjL gald her sentence, was death? Does one wrong justify another?" Ittc for I-asher Hose worth Men's OvercoatMHt I J worth "t Veci'n overtMiuts at w worth ?is Men's Overcoats ut $9 SO worth 13 BO. ien's OvercoHls t M worth M Men's. Voir x Men s hint rhlnl reu's Ulsters at 2 SO. n ('), h ,0. mill lu.W liiMilf.ril's Wool ViKlcrwe'ir nt Hi!. 1 'uIiokk ins at ...

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. — 4 February 1905

) -in i k lm .ml THE BENNINGTON EVENING BANNER BENNINGTON VT., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1005 PRICE ONE CENT VOL. Ill, NO 26 30 Every Man Who Docsn t Amount to Anything Is Positive in His Own Mind that He Is a Lot Smarter than Any of His Neighbors or Friends rr- '" ' """i MUSSEY LOCATED Agents for Standard Patterns. AH Patterns IDc & 15c each -none higher Fair ARE YOU ALL REHEMBER that every day yes ! every hour brings the closing date, of DRYSDALE'S CLEAN-SWEEP SALE nearer to hand. . "Not again for six months at least will we offer, you such exceptional buying opportunities. EV ERY ARTICLE IN THE STORE IS STILL GOiNG AT A REDUCED PRICE. HUNDREDS OF ARTICLES ACTUALLY AT HALF PRICE FOR INSTANCE THE COUNTER-FULL OF DRESS GOODS REMNANTS THE BALANCE OF WOMEN'S AND GIRLS' COATS AND DRESSES THE SHIRTWAISTS OF SILK, WOOL AND COTTON THE ODD LOTS OF KNIT UNDERWEAR AND HOSIERY THE DRESSING SACQUES AND KIMONAS THE REMNANTS OF GINGHAMS, COTTONS AND LINENS THE REMNANTS OF CARPET, MATTING AND LIN...

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. — 4 February 1905

Some people have the taking-cold habit The old cold goes; a new one quickly comes. It's the story of veak throat, weak lungs, a tendency to consumption. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral breaks up the taking-cold habit. It strength ens, soothes, heals. Consult your doctor about this. New Shirt W alsts 1905 STYLES We have just received a large assort ment of the latest styles in Shirt VVnisu The workmanship and ma terial cannot be surpassed. We 1 j are sure that the prices are ngnt. fnme and examine our stock before it is broken. If we have not got what you want we can get it for you. Pongee Waist $3.25 Mohair Waist, white and black 2.75 Nun's Veiling Waist 3.25 Taffeta Waist, white, 5 75 Taffeta Waist, white,- tan, coffee 6.25 Peau de Soie Waist, black, 5.75 HEADSTONES FREE To Bt Provided For Graves of Revolutionary Soldiers. ' j. Editor Banner: The Vermont Society, Sons of American Revolution, at its list annual mooting, instructed the Executive Committee to take measures to obtain the benefi...

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. — 4 February 1905

Baker s Chocolate For years has hnm sold for 40c. a pound; recently there has been a marked decline in cost and we now olTor Baker s Premium Chocolate 35c lb., 3 lbs. $1.00 """""" Thorp has ulso been a decline in cost of BAKER'3 COCOA, and we now offer 1-2 pound at 22c instead of IWo Special Bargain in Marshmallos While they last 1 pound 10c, 5 pounds 45c The canned Com, Tomatoes and Peas we are of fering at three for a quarter are selling fast. Many say 'they are as good as they pay 12c and 15c a can f..r elsewhere. Have you tried them ? E. E,. HART - WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER Wilis We sell small or lump quaf titled of para liquor l wlioleal , prion. beallim with u dlrnot you gave mlilulo man's pro nil Hint prerant BduitnraUnn, 4 FULlQJiJRTS of "llllhm t Oluti ' In CUM l)l llDUllle lllf llfl'l rye wbisk.iy for uuly $qoo . 1 r r HI r(iiHii in niuiii tin wl li no in n k to in H cine OJ itnnti. Slid i lilskcy as t-itt c i i not In) iiurjli no i larwlitirx fur K'H tlmu Ijr four ii ir...

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. — 4 February 1905

SI.QO AND $1.49 BUYS A BOYS' SUIT Two and Three Piece Suits at the Big Mark-Down Sals . on Clothing and Furnishings Hoys' Reefe'l at l.BO, wotth 3.IW. Hoy' Overcoat at S.l'O, 3.W and 3.(XI. worth H.W.I.N) and A.OII. Men's Heavy Double-breasted Vet at 1.29. Mmm ullt at 1'.W, worth 18.00. Men's Huts at IO.ih) worth 15.00. Men's Suits at 9 SO worth U M jrfpii'N huitii at . worth 1'iO Men's Hulls at 7.M) worth 10 0 r i nn i. rv.ti. .a ji r Tf jii nn on c nnc at wvrin irrm 9 1 v 10 Men's Overcoats $5 worth $15.00 Big Necktie Sale at 9c worth 60c ln fnr Lusher Hose worth Mto Men's Overcoats Ht I2 worth fir) Wen's Overcoat at 10 worth II Men's Overcoat at 9 5U worth 93 AO. Men's Overcoat at h worth 12. Men's. Voir g Men's Mid Child reu s I'Nlrr at 2 BO, GO, 00, ami lo.tw Drndford's Wool Underwear ft 7c Toboggan at inc. Siio ''V.-'-i if .2 f; .! it5, K-eM. Kieece Lined Underwear at Irtc 3uc, Tain O'Sha iter-at Ifle, 3!e. 7Hc. Mu'i and Hoys-Clloves tind M tn'tii l"e. - '8. i''e. " Men s and ...

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. — 6 February 1905

1 4 r THE BENNINGTON BANNER- EVENING VOL. Ill, 110 31 BENNINGTON VT., MONDAY, FEBRUARY 6, IP05 , PRICE ONE CENT If We Had as Much Kicking to Do About the Weather As Some People We'd Hire i Sin. ill B tn Do It So As Not to Waste So Much Time At .Brysdtade's will positively end Saturday Night, the 11th inst., in all departments This has proven one oi the greatest selling events we have ev er, exploited. The depleted condition of many of the departments is an assurance to you that you'll find no old carried over goods at Drysdale's next season. For the Final Five Days Clean-Up the price cutter again goes to work. Hundreds, of Remnants, Broken Lots and Odds and Ends in every department are worthy the consideration of all economically inclined Cost and Profit are Absolutely Forgotten Our only ambition for, the next five days will be to sweep the tardy sellers out at any sacrifice. ALEXANDER DRYSDALE ACCIDENTS INVESTIGATED Rtllroid Commission In Session at White River Junction. White Rive...

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. — 6 February 1905

thti f Ask your doctor, then do as he says If he tells you to take Ayer'e Cherry Pectoral for your throat :ou2h or bronchial trouble, then take It. H ne nas inytning oettcr. Ddavs are always then take that. Only ct well as soon as you ci are always so ctanrerom fn lnn! troubles. ' i& f15 can. Co., AFTER INVENTORY SALE NOVB-6K AFTER our annual inventory taking we find a great many small lots in most every department which we inventoried at 'an extremely low, almost at giveaway prices, in order to dispose of these goods before our new goods arrive. We are determined to get rid of them at any cost. These goods will be offered at any reasonable offer. 10 Li-lies' Coat were $10.00 to $18.00, at J B()8 5 Children's Coats, were $3 to $3.00, at . ,25 6 Ladies' Tailored "Suits, ware $10.00 to QO $15.00, at . . Oi05 6 Ladies' Tailored Suits, were $10.50 to $19.00, af $5.00 3.00 aud $1.0) Lilie?' Trim ml Hits, at 50 $5.00 and $G.OO Lidiea' Trimmed Hats at 32a00 Walking Hats at half price. ...

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. — 6 February 1905

Answers TO Correspondents VKIUIEAi Yes. slii ban always lx-cn quit a home body. Unly 2 of lier children are now HvIuk. For the last HO yearn she hi traded at Grlswold'a uliop and many a shekel him she left In his mfo deposit vaults In exchange fur Kinder kartell umierlul, Juvenile Hooks Cil i es Atr liltles, etc. Her busbatid says he Is rever lonesome except when away from home. TKAVF.l.MCHi Grlswold has been In bus iness In HennlliKlon slneo 1HT.").. They have the most varied stock of uoods of any merchant 111 the county -we are spelling of course of complete- lines ami not general merchandise. 2-Asl your barber when Columbus din covered America. VVe cannot nttempt to Mud out ihliiKs that happened b fore we were born. JAC K i It may be true YV know of a simi lar case. A poor young man spent his last 4 cents at (irisweM's for a nico tine which he sent to the daughter of a millionaire, to whom he had never been Introduced but loved dearly on her Pa pa's account. It led to a courtship...

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. — 6 February 1905

Sl.00 AND $1.49 BOYS A BOYS' SUIT Two and Three Piece Suits at the Big Mark-Down Sale on Clothing and Furnishings Boys' Itcufa'S at I. BO, worth 3. V). Hoys' Overcoats Bl J. 10. 2.W Mild J. wi. worth t.6o, .A mid is.oo. Men's Heavy Lxnililu-brennled VtS ut 1.2(1. Men's Nullls at 1J. K). worth 18.00. Mt-n'H Hut Ht 10.00 worth in.oo. Men's Suits at 8 5" worth mo Ikii'h Stills at .iO worth flu Men's ButlH ut 7.M worth 10. 20 iiien's Suits at 5.G0 worth from $10 to f 14 Ti 10 Wen's Overcoats $5 worth $15 00 Big Necktie Sale at 9c worth 50c IDCfnr Lusher Hose worth Mm Men's Overnoabt at iff! worth fin Hi en's ovnronat at 410 worth i" Men's Overcoats at J9.V) worth ai.1 r0. Men h Overcoats at k worth I2. Rlfi!l. oil' tr Merit Mill ('hlld rell'H fitters at 2 M. ( IW, K IKI, inn! 1-!' Ilniclf IiI'h Wool Underwear n t ;tii 'i'ohoi-'K.ini at me. xkv it'-- ti if- .(. i-.V.t''.'l J i'Io.w.b 1 Ine.l I'n.lerweir ut UK! '-'.IP. T.'iin O'SIni and MiltelK 10.;. I'J '. .. ''. 1 US. it.2!t. SmniiDouM ...

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. — 7 February 1905

. ; ! i E THE BENNINGTON NING VOL. Ill, NO 31 BENNINGTON VT., TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1905 PRICE ONE CENT Sooner or" Later the Old Gives Piace to the New but the Old Man Who Turns over His Property to His Boys (or Girls) Usually Lives to Regret It BANNER " - - - - mmmmmm At Brysdale's will positively end Saturday Night, the Ilth inst., in all departments This hfas proven one ot the greatest selling events we have ev er exploited. The depleted condition of many of the'departments is an assurance to you that you'll find no old carried over goods at Drysdale's next season. For the price cutter again goes to work. Hundreds of Remnants, Broken Lots and Odds and Ends in every department are worthy the consideration of all economically inclined Cost and Profit are Absolutely Forgotten Our only ambition for the remaining days will be to sweep the tardy sellers out at any sacrifice. ALEXANDER DRYSDALE TODAY'S STOCK QUOTATIONS Selling P'icei Today On"Ntw York Exchange At'.Noon. . '.Today's quota...

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. — 7 February 1905

lit! (II) I! ON urkhiu o MONEY SAVED RIGHT HERE TIME IS GROWING SHORTER and every article in Men's, Boys' and Children's Clothing, Hats and Hab erdashery must leave our store. We're going to shr.vel the prices on piles of seasonable merchandise so that every dollar bill will appear to be of twice its ordinary value. V Although the store has been crowded with eager buyers our large stock is unbroken and the low prices we have marked the goods is moving them off very rapidly. VI i till m m w w - WITM Every Man's Suit In Our Store At a Cut Price i. a l VnJCM ii H '",1 '' i mm WWm 1 :J . ' I. I K.J 1 ' '5';. : A :-':rry '.'. SUITS Suits that were $6.00 "now $4.30 ' " " 7.50 now 5.50 " " " 8.50 now 0,50 " " " 10 00 now 7.50 " " " 12.00 now 8.50 " 15.00 now 10.00 " " " 18.00 now 13.00 ' " " " 20.00 now 15.00 V J m 1 w m m w w W U w w w Hfjf w ' Men's Pants that were $1.00 now .75 1.00 now l;l it u K ii u it a u a i( k it 2.00 now 1.50 2.50 now 2.00 3.00 now 2.25 3.50 now 2.75 4.00 now 3.0...

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. — 7 February 1905

a. Hiatal tHI Btf'Jilf.GTOfJ BRIEFS. : ; L !New c4- c . ." . - I " ' ' 5 i '. -. i . filial L V Y COSILY . i. 1 1905 STYLES We have just received a large assort ment of the latest J styles in Shirt Waists. The workmanship and ma terial cannot be surpassed. .We are sure that the prices are right. Come and examine our stock before it is broken. If we have not got what you want we can get it lor you. Pongee Waist $3.25 Mohair Waist, white and black 2.75 Nun's Veiling Waist 3.25 Taffeta Waist, white, 5.75 Taffeta Waist, white, tan, coffee, 6.25 Peau de Sote Waist, black, 5.75 A Big Bargain in White Shirt Waists $1.00 worth 351.50 $1.15 worth $1.75 REDUCTIONS on, all other waists will save you money. Come and get our prices. . E. L. Nichols L. H. NICHOLS, manager Two Stores. 453 and 457 Xlain St TELEPHONE 19-12 ' DO YOU want to keep your door closed this cold weather? Then buy a "Blount" Door Check, the best check in the market. ;i 1 DO YOU want the best Enameled -Ware in the market? The...

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. — 7 February 1905

81,00 AND $1.49 BUYS A BOYS' SUIT Two and Three Piece Suits at the Big Mark-Down Sale on Clothing and Furnishing,? y Boys' Hrefei at I. BO, wo'tli S.W). Boyi' Ovarcoats at 2.10. i.W and 3.00. worth '.60, and i ,00. Men's Heavy Double-Ore usUd Vent Hi 1.2(1. Men' Nulll Ht 12.). wertll H.)0 Men's Hutu Ht 10.0 worth lVW) Men's kiiIIk bI M worih H60 uteil'N MlltH Ht CIO WOllll V..IK Men's Hulls at 7.60 worth HV 0 20 Wen's Suits at 5.0( worth f rem 110 to $:4 10 (en's Overcoats worth $15.00 Big Necktie Sale at 9c worth 50c m for taolier Hose worth MW men's Overcoats t W worili Jlo Wen's Overcoats at 10 worth Men's Overcoats ut WJ.BO worth 1 13 AO. Men's Overrents at W worth 12. Men's. Yoin k Men's anil Child reti's risteis at U 50, h ICJ, W). niifl li' i o lliwlfi ril'K Wool L wlerwexr at ;Y':U I eeee I.Imimi r uerweur m r- , "" " .... . t,.. o'!i lni U reduced 111 prleu. fhe Best Fine Custom Tailoring, Cleaning, Repairing and Pressing MULLIGAN & ROCHE The Leading Clothiers, Hatter F...

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