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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington evening banner. — 7 April 1904

THE BENNINGTON EVENING BANNER VOL. II, NO. 82 BENNINGTON, VT., TBURSDAY, APRIL 7, 1904. ONB OENT Every Man Who Is Iionest with Himself Secretely Celebrates April Fool's Day as the Day on which He Should Have Been Born, Had Nature Done Her Duty J. HARRY ENGELS DEAD. Rutland Man Famous as Musical Director and Compoicr. J. Harry Engels died Wednesday uftcrnoon of pneutnonla at tho Rutland city hospltal, where ho had been for several days. Mr Engels was born in Brandon 43 years ago. He leaves no relatives noarer than an aunt. As a musical director and composer, Wr Engels was well known throughout the state II is musical ability was marvolous, IIo was a Alason, a Knight of Pythias and a liember of the Rutland lodge of Elks. Mr Engels froquently vislted Bon nlngton and had scores of friends bcre. FIRST NAT'L BANK OF NO BENNINGTON CAPITAL $100,000 8URPLUS nnd PKOFITS $70,000 RESOUKCES $500,000 Most centrally located for country business and is always ready to receive new accounts. It is on...

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 April 1904

$ Good Paint bogets contmence ... g Heath & Milligan $ Paints m 1 Pnints are wou REPAREDg $ AINTSSM r Paint, Porch Paint, Varnish Stains, Barn and Roof $ Paint, Warjon Paint, Bnggy Paint For sale by W. D. NEWTON I Ifyouhave any gents' or lad ies' wearlng apparel you wish tq have dyed or cleaned sond them to A. F. Loomls, agent for ono of the best dye houses. Laue curtains cleaned to look llke new. Prlco list sent by mai'l if requested. v v F. SHOES AND RUBBERS QJEWDK1 Hlghest price3 pald for Scrap Iron, Metnl, Itucber, Zlnc, Lcad and Jnnk ot nll kiuds. Kntrancc to JStore houso at 31111-st hrldge. Open cv;: y Frlday nnd Saturday. Afldrcsj P,O.Uax912. Ueannston, Vt. ROOSTER FEATHERS BOUGHT! Fivo to fiftcen cents each pald for dried skins froni the necks of red, blaek or white roosters. Wrlte C. F.ORVIS, Manchostor, Vt. REED'S MARKET Lowest prices for best Meats, Beeff Mutton, Pork, Lard, Sausage, etc. , Green Stamps Oasli CuKtomers REED - SOUTH ST. CIDER FOR SAL Dp you want to buy...

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 April 1904

APRIL7, 19QA DORSET DRYSDALE , 9 Complete Assortments aro the wonder of every storo vlsltor. Never bofore have we bought sollavishly assortments nro as largo and varied as you would expect to find in a city store-prices;are always fair. - . . 2000 Worth of Muslin. Underwear has been opened up in the past ten days. every pleco of which was contract od for provious to the groat advanco in the nrlee of cottons. Tho entlre lot cbraes from a manufacturer who has tho undisputod renutatlon of producinp the very best goods of this elass mudo in tho country. lutrthermore tho t'oods aro not sweat-ehop tainted but are made under tho most clcanly and healthful conditions in factories loeated amomrst the mountains of New Harapshlro and our own Vermont. Of CORSET COVERS, GOWNS, DRAWERS, CHEMISE. MARGUERITES and SKIRTS thore are enough sorts of eachto bowilderand delight tho most fastidious. While this is n blggish lot for even us, we would advfse every woraan or miss with an underniuslin want to ...

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 April 1904

The Best Boys' Shii t Waists; Blouses and Shirts AT 25c ARSD 50c Spring Su'ts. Hats, Caps and Furnishings For Men Boys and Ghildren Won's Sults ftom S7 50 to $18.00. Yqune Wlon's Sults from $5.00 to $12.00. Boys' & Chlldron's Sults $2.00 to $ G.OO. Bustor Brown Sults from $3.50 to $6.00. Fashlonabio Spring Hats from SOc to $3.00. Sprlnc Nockwonr, the most siyllsh nockwonr, fft 25c and 50c. Spring Clovos, all tho nowost shados, at $1.00, SI.25 and $1.50. Spring Shirts SOc, 75c, $1.00, $125. Si.50 Sprlnc Hoslory at 15c and 25c. Sprlnc Caps, for man and boy, 25c & 50c. Nobby Raln Coats from $10.00 to $18 00. Stvllsh Top Coata from $8.00 to $18.00. Anvthlng you want for Spring Ishoro. Fine Custom Tailoring First-class Cutter and Tailor in charge, one who lias had 20 years1 experience We havo added a flno eustom tailoring departracnt. Our dlsplay of wool ens for the Spring and Summer is slmpiy grand. Special attentlon will bo given to tho cleaning, ropairing and pressing of all g...

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. — 8 April 1904

4- THE BENNINGTON EVENING BANNER VOL. II, NO. 83 BENNINGTON, VT., FRIDAT, APRIL 8, 1904. ONE OENT If You "Want to Hurt a Mah's Feelings Call Him Small. It Will Make Him Feel a Hundred Times Meaner than if You Called Him a Thief BENNINGTON SECURITY COMFY Aocepts funds ln trust, allow ing 4 per cent on same. Acts ns agent in purchase and sale of stocks, bonds, real estate, etc. Manages estates, acting as oxccutor, admlnistrator, guardian, etc. CAPITAL $25,000 SURPLUS S 5,000 DIRECTORS: B. C. GRAYES, C. M. GRAYES Prealdent Vlce-Pre, 0. M. BARBER W. II. IIAOEN R. C. TURNER N. Y, Rep., W. H. I ii i ; s V j II FIRST NAT'L BANK OF NO BENNINGTON CAPITAL $150,000 SUKPLUS nnd PROFITS $75,000 RESOU11CES S500.000 Most centrally located for country business nnd is always ready to receive new accounts. It is one of the oldest and strongeat Banks in Vermont aud transncts a gcneral bank ing business. J. G.-McGULLOUGH, President. S. B. HALL, Casfiie BUSINESS EXCHANGE WAKTKD . A slilrt Unlsher at Uoc...

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 April 1904

ALMOSTINSTANT EFFECT Tlrcd FtellngVr Illuod Trouble Grlp Cnrcd I'ounht Off Vaiiqiililieil The llomo at tho -A'atton Sond Thelr Tlmukfi hiiiI 1'ralse for PAltfE'S CELERY COSV8POUND. Tunbridge, Vt., Doc II, 1901. "I bCfmn tak Ing Palna'n Cclery Coinpound ln the bprlDK af ter havlne spent yearand a half conflned to my bedon accounl of liavlng pneumonla and a bad knce, due to blood trouble. Attlie tlme I began iaklng your medlclne I was very ncrvous anddld notwant to seo any onc only my own folks. "The doctors all sald that thero was not any thlng elsa they could do for me and alio sald they dld not thmk that 1 would evcr be any better and If I was better I would never be uble to walk agaln. "A frlend of ralne was taklng Palne's Cclery Compound at the tlme and I thought I would try lt. I took feveral bottletbcfore I saw much iniprOTcment. Utit soon my nervousness lef t rne. I atfaln cnjoyed scelng all wlio oalli'd at the house "I kept rK'lit on gainlnK until now I oall my self VEKY WHLL...

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 April 1904

1 l l J l -I -(,1 rt , t ; -. f "1 1 ' 0tOo0 0000 Beginning tomorrow morning and continuing till closing hour Thursday night we offer our large gath ering of NeW Spring Suits at VERY MARKED REAL PRICE REDUCTIONS. j& THE, FACT IS WE HAVE OVERBOUGMT and must reduce stock at once to normal conditions. off each regular price is the extent of the saving to you, if you buy now. These garments are all of our usiial high standard. The materials, tailoring and styles are as perfect as they should be, Regular prices werelow at the reduced prices every suit is a Real Bargain. Included in the lot are the very dressy 1830 effects and all the intermediate sorts down to the sturdy walking or business suits. IGARMENT S TORE (SECOND aI-OODR-) BENNN1GT0N BR1EFS Weri of the Town Mid VllUge Told i JlrleflV for Bnv Bder. Mrs A. B. VaiontirW 1b improvlng slowly. Tho Troy Record of this raornlng says, "Dr G. M. O'Malley is seriously ill at hiS Hotao on CohgresS strcot." Mrs H. W. Spaflord of Rutland s...

Publication Title: Bennington Evening Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington evening banner. — 8 April 1904

$1 niwiii MULLIGAN & R0CHE TheLeadlne Clothiors, Hattorn Furnlshors and Custom Tallors, 409 Main St., Bennington, Vt. VERY NEWEST IIV SPR Jac&ets JsSX? n. HARRY LEVIN ' S 121 North St. Bennington, Vt. LADIES ! Have your lacecurtains beon laun dered lately? If not, send them to us. Best and choapest in town 50c per window. Shirts 10c each, collars 2c each, culTs 4c per pair, shirt waists 15c each. ETerything in tho washing line in proportlon. BENNINGTON CUSTOM LAUNDRY J. F. CAMP - 132 North St. WHAT ING SUITS A Wash Silk Pongee Waist . . at $2.98 A Jap Silk Waist at $4.50 A Peau de Soie Silk Waist . . at $4.87 White and Colored Crepe de Chine Waists, all neatly trimmed, . at'$5.75 Black and colored Silk Petticoats 5.98 up Kid Gloves that fit and wear . . 89c & $1 The new white Glassa Kid Gloves that wash with soap and water and look like new. New Neckwear 15c and up E. L. NICHOLS, Two Stores 8 4s3 and 457 flain St ASPR8NC.SUIT . . . A SPRING VERCOAT A StiOBBY RA1R9COAT Wi...

Publication Title: Bennington Evening Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington evening banner. — 9 April 1904

THE BENNINGTON EVENING BANNER VOL. II, NO. 84 BENNINGTON, YT.K S ATURDAY, APRIL 9, 1904. ONE OENT A Small Boy Hesitated for 15 Minutes Yesterday between the Ice Cream at the Candy Kitchen and the Base Balls at Griswold's. He Finally Took Cream BENNINGTON SECUR1TY COMP'Y Accepts funds in trust, allow lng4percent on same. Acts as agent in purchase and sale of stocks, bonds, real estnte, otc. Manages estatos, acting as oxecutor, admlnistrator, guardlan, dtc. CAPITAL S25.000 SURPLUS S 5,000 DIRECTORS: R.C.GRAVES, . C.M.GRAVES President Vlce-Pres. 0. H. BARBER W. II. IIAGEN R. C. TURNER N. Y, Rep., W. H. I ! i V II FIRST NflT'L BANK OF NO BENNINGTON CAPITAL $150,000 SUKPLUS nnd PKOFITS $75,000 RESOU11CES $500,000 Most centrally locatetl for country business and is always ready to receive new accouuts. It is one of tlie oldest and strongest Banka in Vermont and transacts a gcneral bank ing business. J. G. McCULLOUGH, President. S. B. HALL, CashiB BUSINESS EXCHANGE ASTEII.-A shlrt flnlshcr...

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 April 1904

APRIL. 9, 1904 Onlya Bacfe Ache," But it brought thesc suffcrcrs to agony and despairt They'arc s'afe noVv-Their kidncys are soundartd vvctk- CURED by Dr. PettingiH's "I uin more than satUUed that there li not a flner mcdlclne placed before the publlo today than Kldney-Wort. I have had kidney trouble, r,OOSE UHINE, wcak bladder &-d at Intervals been unable to attend to ray dutles owlng to A.WFUL PAIN8INMY 11ACK. 1 had about made up my nilnd that no medlelne could lielp me when one of your booklets was brought to my offlce. whlch I read. I then dcclded to glve Kldney-Wort a trlal and found that I had at last seoured the right medlelne. I can now cheerfully recommend It to anyone," James Caldwell,520 Uh avenue, Loulsvllle, Ky., Oct. 10, 1008. "Two years ngo I was attacked wlth ktdnoy trouble that was of such nature that I ncvcr ex peoted to recover 'It was lmposslble for me to slcep at nlght. Severe PA1NS IN MY BACK made me a crlp ple. unable to move without sufferlng "I trled scv...

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 April 1904

9 i jggj j oeeeo Beginning Saturday morning and continuing till closing hour Thursday night we offer our large gath ering of New Spring Suits at VERY MARKED REAL PRICE REDUCTIONS. jz? THE, FACT IS WE HAVE OVERBOUGHT and must reduce stock at once to normal conditions. off each regular price is the extent of the saving to you, if you buy now. These garments are all of our usual high standard. The materials, tailoring and styles are as perfect as they should be, Regular prices were low at the reduced prices every suit is a Real Bargain. Included in the lot are the very dressy 1830 effects and all the intermediate sorts x down to the sturdy walking or business suits. &e DRYiSDALE GARMENT STORE (SJECOjSTO FLOOR) 0EHHN1GT0N BR1EFS ffl Haur of the Twa ud VUUge foW nrlcfly for Buir Iteadera. Miss Katherlne McGuIro ls visltlng frlonds in North Adams. James Dolaney of North Hoosick visitod frlends here Thursday. MrsMaryH. Adams of Arlington spent Thursday wlth frlonds ln tho vil lago. Mic...

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 April 1904

$ 1 Olf'l W w j Buy MULLIGAN & R0CHE TheLoadlne Clothiors, Hattors Furnishors and Custom Tallors, 409 Main St., Bennington, Vt. VERY NEWEST f JacKets JSSC hharry LEVIN ' S 121 North St. Bennington, Vt. LADIES ! Have your lacecurtains beon la,un dcrcd latcly? If not, scnd thom to us. Best and cheapest in town 60c per window. Shirts lOcoach, collars 2c each, culTs 4c por pair, shirt waists 15c each. Ererything in tho washing line in proportlon. BENNINGTON CUSTOM LAUNDRY J. F. CAMP - 132 North St. -10MMI8SIONEBS' NOTICE. I) Estate of MILO C. nUIilNO. Tho underslgned, navlng beenappolnled bythe Ilon. Probalo conrtfor the Dislct of Bennington. Commlssloners.tu reccire, examineand adjnstall claims and demandi of all persons aealnst the estate of MUo C. Hullng, late of Bennington, in sald dlstrlct, dereaied, and all claims cxhlblted In ofTset thereto, hereby gtve nollce that wo wlll meet for tbo purpoiei aforeaald, at tbe Flrst Natlonal Bank, Korth Bennington, Vt, on theSStdayof April ...

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 April 1904

THE BENNINGTON EVENING BANNER "VOL. II, NO. 84 BENNINGTON, VT., MONDAY, APRIL 11, 1904. ONE OENT A Bennington Woman Was Out Early Sunday Morning Digging Worms for for Husband to Use Going Fishing. How's That for a Lesson in Wifely Devotion? BENNINGTON SECURITY COMFY Accepts funds in trust, allow ing4porcent on same. Acts as agent in purchase and sale of stocks, bonds, real estate, ets. Manages'estates, acting as executor, admlnistrator, guardian, eto. CAPITAL S25.000 SURPLUS S 5,000 DIRECTORS: R.C.GRAYES, C. M. GRAYES Preildent Vlce-Pref. 0. M. BARBER ' V. II. IIAGEN R. C. TURNER N. Y, Rep., W. H. iiHf.fjVill F1RST RAT'L BAKK OF NO BENNINGTON CAPITAL $100,000 SURPLUS niul PltOFITS $75,000 RESOUKCES S500.000 Most centrally located for country business and is always ready to receive new accounts. It is one of tbe oldest and strongest Banks in Vermont and transacts a gcneral bank ing business. J, G. McCULLOUGH, President. S. B. HALL, Gashle BUSINESS EXCHANGE WAIVTEI). A slilrt flnlsuer...

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 April 1904

APRIL 1 1 10O4 HEAVY AND DULL "Could not Feel Liko Working" But Strengthi Come Back at Once Ho was Braced, Invlgorated, Cured When He TookttuaCmebrated.: Nerve yltaxiar ajad.ifonic. beiery The writer feels that a worrt (rom hlra renard Ing the value of l'alne'a Celery Compound nnd the good lthasdone hlm wlll not be out ot place. "Last sprliiR my condlUon was such as to oc caslon tome alarm. My work exposcd me 1 1 all klnds ol weather and the cfloct was plalnly Xelt, 1 could, not feel llke worldtiK, belog very heavy and dall. My system was entlrely out ol order. "As your remedy was very hlghly recom mended by (rlends, I commenced its use, and could hurdly credlt tlie Improvement broujht about immedlately. My htrength ' came back and 11 my rcstored bealth bad becn accom pltsbed by a doctor he would not have a better trlend ln thls communlty ISut I elve all th pralse to I'nlne's Celery Compound." S. Frank liutler, Moorcs, Pa. rlPalne's Celory Compound makes pcople well. Itls the onc sp...

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 April 1904

APBILS1, 10O FAIR CLOSED. I I I MBB iffi iBlfc BlBflS jH l 090 3 Beginning Saturday morning and continuing till closing hour Thursday night we offer our large gath ering of New Spring Suits at VERY MARKED REAL PRICE REDUCTIONS. THE FACT IS WE HAVE OVERBOUGHT and must reduce stock at once to normal conditions. off each regular price is the extent of the saving to you, if you buy now. These garments are all of our usual high standard. The materials, tailoring arid styles are as perfect as they should be, Regular prices were low at the reduced prices every suit is a Real Bargain. Included in the lot are the very dressy 1830 effects and all the intermediate sorts dbwh to the sturdy walking or business suits. rff '"f DRY GARMENT STORE ftthtr Mathtw Jocliiy tlad V lifjhly Succenful Fair.- Tho lather Math'e'jv jfemporanco society closed its annual fair Satur day nlght. The far had, beea largely attonded all the weok and succcssful ln overy partlcular.' The loadintr foaturo Saturday nlght w...

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 April 1904

ftOBBY YOUftG MEN'S SPRING & SI1MMER SUITS S5T0S12 . Spring Gloves from 1.00 to 1.50. Suring Shirts from 50c to 1.50. Spring Hosiery 15c and 25c. Boys' Shlrt Waists 25c and 50c. Boys' Shirts 25c and 60c. White and Fancy Vosts from 1.00 to 3.50. Belts from 25c to 50c. FineCustom Tailoring First-class Cutter and Tailor m charge, one who W Jiov iwldr.,1 n flnn nnatnm t.nllnrlno' dunartmcnt ens ior tno apring anu ouiniuur is aimjj. .am.. ut.wt.. glven to tlio cleaning, repairing and pressing of all gannonts. Ihis dopart ment will bo in charge of a first-class cutter-one who -has had 20 years ex perience as a cutter and taiior. Two lloors will be used Ior fine custom tailoring. Leavo your measure for your Spring sult or overcoat flt guaranteed Cleaning. Repairing, Pressing at Lowest Prices MULLIGAN & ROCHE ThoLeadlner Clothlors, Hatterr Furnlahors and Custom Tailors, 409 Maln St., Bennington, Vt. VERY NEWEST SPRING SUIT , Jacfeets H. HARRY LEVIN 5 121 North St. Bennington, Vt. LA...

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 April 1904

THE BENNINGTON EVENING BANNER VOL. II, N0. 85 BENNINGTON, VT., TUESDAT, APRIL 12, 1904. ONE OENT The St. Albans Messenger Has Been lnterviewing Leading Democrats and Finds that Vermont is Solid for Hearst and th'at Parker is Sure of the Delegation BENNINGTON SECUR1TY COMFY Aocepts funds in trust, allow Ing4 percent on same. Acts as agent In purchase and sale of stooks, bonds, real estate, eto. Manages estates, actlng as executor, administrator, guardian, etc. CAPITAL $25,000 SURPLUS $ 5,000 DIRECTORS: R. C. GRAYES, Preildent C. M. GRAYES Vlce-Pres. W. II. IIAGEN 0. M. BARBER R. C. TURNER N. Y, Rep.,V. H. I iji M V i U FIRST NAT'L BANK OF NO BENNINGTON CAPlTAIi $150,000 SURPLUS and PKOFITS $75,000 ICESOUItOES S500.000 Most centrnlly locatecl for country business and is always ready to receive new accounts. It is one of the oklest and strongest Banks in Vermont and transacts a genoral bank ing business. J, G. McCULLOUGH, President. S. B. HALL, Cashia BUSINESS EXCHANGE AXTEDr-A shlrt f...

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 April 1904

APRIL. iH 1904 YOU RISK NOTHING. QO TO YOUR DRUQOIST TODAY. If You Have Kidnoy Dtseaso slgns Back Aches Frequent Calls Kldney, Bladder or Llver Trouble Get Ono Bottla of Dr.Pettingiirs Kidney-Wort Tablets. If the First Bottle Does Not Help You Our Consultation De partment Will Adviae You FREE. "For several years I surfered from kldney trouble. Doctors wero unable to glve tne any permanent rcllef. "I not only lost confldence In medlclncs, but my trouble sappod my vltallty so severely that 1 wn.i loilnit confldonce in myself. "I kept steadlly gettliiK v irse untll I was Un ally obligcd to glve up my posltlon A frlend pcrsuadeil mo to try Dr I'ettinirUTs Kidney Wort Tablets. "I trled them as a last resort. In a shorttlme 1 was completely cured. I have nevor bud a recurrence of tlie kldney trouble and "I have reKHlneit more itrengtli tlmn I loit. Am lietter than cver. You cnu priut lil." CharlcsE.:Kothchlid,2l Hobl--son ttreet, B. Allegbany, I'a. Charles E. Rothclillii curcd hls lack of...

Publication Title: Bennington Evening Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington evening banner. — 12 April 1904

APntL 12, 190 .11 BEHNINGTON BRIEFS GA Of eeeee Beginning Saturday morning and continuing till closing hour Thursday night we offer our large gath ering of New Spring Suits at VERY MARKED REAL PRICE REDUCTIONS. J2? THE FACT IS j& WE HAVE OVERBOUGHT and must reduce stock at once to normal conditions. off each regular price is the extent of the saving to you, if you buy now. These garments are all of our usual high standard. The materials, tailoring and styles are as perfect as they should be, Regular prices were low at the reduced prices every suit is a Real Bargain. Included in the lot are the very dressy 1830 effects and all the intermediate sorts down to the sturdy walking or business suits. Ue DRY S D E TORE (SJEOOIYD FLOOK) nw of UlrflTown and VllUge Told Ilrlflfly for Hmy Kcaderi Harry Maokerney of Elmlra is vislt lng horo for n fow days. Stark lodgo IOOP will work flrst dogreo toraorrow nlght. Stephcn Mulvoy haa been off duty couple of days because of lllaess. rne concimon...

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 April 1904

EUOBBY YOUR3G mRf&'S SPRINQ & SUMMER Sririnrr Gloves from 1.00 to 1.50. Hosiery 15c and 25c. Boys' Shirt Waists 25c and 50c. Boys' Shirts 25c and 50o. White and Fancy Vests from 1.00 to 3.50. Bolts from 25c to 50c. Fine Custom Tailoring First-class Cutter and Tailor in charge, one who has had 20 years' experience Wo hoco fiillorl n flnn niiatnm tnilnrinir donnrtment. Our dlsnlav of wool ens for tho Spring and Suminor Is simply grand. Spcclal nttcntion will bo- given 10 tno cleaning, repainng anu pressmg 01 uu gunuouis. j.uibuci mnnt wlll ho in phnrvrn nf n first-class cutter ono who has had 20 years ox- perlenco as a cutter and taiior. Two tailoring. Leavo your measure for your Spring suit or ovorcoat ilt gunranteed Cleaning. Repairing, Pressing at Lowest Prices MULLIGAN & ROCHE thoLoadiner Clothlers, Hatton Furnishers and Custom Tailors, 409 MalnSt., Bennington, Vt. " i . . X5he VERY NEW JacKets H. HARRY LEVIN ' S 121 North St. Bennington, Vt. LADIES! Havo your lacocurt...

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