Bennington Banner from Bennington, Vermont on August 1, 1912 · Page 3
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Bennington Banner from Bennington, Vermont · Page 3

Bennington, Vermont
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Thursday, August 1, 1912
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r Absolutely and Emphatically the est Values Bigg For your money at this Great Price-Smashing Sale of Men's Ladies' and! Children s Shoes Oxfords and Pumps at marvelous Price-Reductions. MEN'S SHOES All $5.00 Low Shoes Now $2 40 All $4 00 Low Shoes Now $1.99 I All $3.50 Low Shoes INOW-&I.4 All $3 00 Low Shoes Now $1.49 . LADIES' SHOES All Low Shoes for Women Former Price $3.00 . $250 . $2.00 $1-50 . $1.25 Now $1.49 $1.24 99c 74c 63c Here are hundreds of dollars worth of new and up-to-date footwear of the highest character that must be ' old at once. We will not carry it over. It's a waste of money to buy elsewhere and a waste of time to look elsewhere- Positively the Biggest Bargains of the season See them then you'll know what big savings are possible for you during this sale.. V 1 V HART'S SHOE STO RE ) Big Sale CLOTHING and STRAW HATS SUITS at $5.00 STRAW HATS 79c worth $2 to $3 fZZZ -- .-.., $ 1 v 1 i J w Panama Hats at $2.00 worth $5.00 $25.00 Suits at $15.00 $15.00 Suits at $10.00 Mulligan & Roche V. Partenope & Son SHOE REPAIRING 409 Main Street, Opposite Opera House. Don'tYou Feel Like Kicking Yours e I when you hare had your shoes repaired and work turned out unsatisfactory. Well all that can bo avoided by bringing your shoes to us to be half soled and heeled. Our work will be sure to satisfy you. We know how to do It. SHAFTSBURY VALLEY. Ed. Bouplon was in Hoosick Tails Thursday. S. C. Center was In North Bennington Thursday. F. M. Pierce was In Hosick Kails on business recently. C. M. Lambert of Bennington called on friends recently. Alfred Dennett of White Creek was in the Valley recently. Mrs. Byron Tierce, who has been on the sick list, Is improving. Misses Celia McKinty and Eva Stanley called on friends Thursday. ' Mrs. Adelaide Peters visited relatives in South Shaftsbury Thursday. Messrs. Albert and Truman Amldon were Sunday guests of Mrs. S. Center. Miss Harrieta Dennis of Greenwich was riding through the Valley this week. Mrs. H. B. Young and daughter. Hazel, are guests of her father, Frank Bouplon. Frank Kean and Edgar Mattison of South Shaftsbury were callers on Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Mark IUce of South Shaftsbury were callers In the place Saturday. Mrs. James Bouplon and daughters, Marcia and Rachel were in Hoosick Falls recently. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Hawkins of South Shaftsbury were callerln the place Thursday. Miss Matilda Drayton of White Creek vlsted her sister, Mrs. Ed. Bouplon, Wednesday. R. B. Young of Troy was a weekend guest with Is family at the borne of Frank Bouplon. Ed. Hawkins of South Shaftsbury chnnffeured an auto party through the Valley Sunday. Mrs. Heman Niles and daughter, Mildred, were guests of Mrs. Eliza Millington on Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. George Meerworth 01 Hoosick were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Orvllle Pillomre recently. Mrs. Orvllle Fillmore and Mrs. James Bouplon were guests of Mrs. Ed. Cone of South Shaftsbury Sunday. Mrs. C. S. Estes. J. F. Howard and Miss Hose Vanquary were Monday and Tuesday guests of Mrs. F. W. Fuller. Mrs. Ed. Bouplon and Mrs. K. B Young were guests of M9 and Mrs. M. Drayton at White Creek recently. SHAFTSBURY. CARRIAGES Wagons, Harnesses For Sale At Reasonable Prices, Five of the best makers Bibcock. Moyers, Brock a ways, Cortlandt Cart and Carriage Co, and MUburn. Any kind or any style. Putnam House livery H. A. Hulett was in Bennington Monday. Mr. and Mrs. William Strong entertained friends Sunday. Miss Florence Whitman spent Sunday with friends out of town. Henry Allen of White Creek spent Sunday at D. W. Harrington s. Glenn Martin of South Shaftsbury spent Sunday with friends in town. Miss Beatrice Harris of South Shaftsbury spent Sunday in town. Mrs. Norman Mattison of Arlington spent Friday at be home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Hulett and family spent Sunday in West Shaftsbury. Miss Beatrice Harris of South Shaftsbury pent Sunday with Mii-s Alicu Young. .Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Hulett and ch:: dren visited relatives In West Shaftsbury Sunday. Miss Hope Montgomery of East Shaftsbury is visiting her aunt, Mrs. F. 11. Kandall. Miss Inez Frost of Sundorlai. '. spent a portion of last week with her brother, Frank Frost. Henry Allen of White Creek, N spent Sunday at the home of Mr. , and Mrs. D. W. Harrington. The Ladies' Society will serve ice sream at the Methodist church on Thursday evening, Aug. 1. All are cordially invited. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Dunham and children of South Shaftsbury spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. ana Mrs. William Strong. There will be an ice cream Bocial at the Methodist church on Thursday evening, August 1st. Everybody cordially Invited to attend. NORTH WHITE CREEK. Mrs. Frank Qua and son, Henry spent Sunday at her brother's, Itol-lin Hannah's. Miss Nellie Smith and Miss Bessie Brown of Amasquaslcope spent Sunday at Captain Bailey's. Mrs. John W. Doane, Miss Nellie Poor and Frank Bailey of Ash Grove spent Sunday at Capt. Bailey's. Mrs. Peter Stoves and child of Val-ley Falls spent a few days recently with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Agan. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bennett of Greenwich spent Sunday with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. James E. Bennett. TURNED IjiiDOWN en .in- HAY'S HAIR will revtore thoe ry His gray hair nd baldness made him look too old. Ynur, looking men re wanted to f 1 ! 1 pcs'tunn ri:w-a-diiys old looking or rt a c pkm d by and often replaced, lor-' .'C i.- tlio old looking clnn get rid.: -ny hair and don't get bdlJ. IVain t.--d-v HEALTH, ir hairi to ihuir natural color in no time. Keep your sculp clenn and Iree from dandruff giving ihc new hair a chance to grow and thus prevent baldness. Don't delay it tray mean lota of position or inability to ct a new one. HAY'S HAIR HEALTH will keep you looking young. 1 00 and SOc at Dnu Stores or direct apoa receipt of price and dealers aame. Send 10c lor irul bottle. Pbilo Hay Spec Co., Newark, N. J. "For Sal and Recommended By COLE'S PHARMACY" JAME S S. SILK Contractor and Builder Offic: and Workshop 132 West Main Street PERU. M. J. Hapgood and .1. E. Farmim were elected delegates to the county convention. Piatt Quackenbush and friends who have been spending a short time in town, returned to their homes in Na-tick last Saturday. A Sunday school was organized in Landgrove Hollow last Sunday, several from the Sunday school here were present to assist in the work. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Cooledge spent Sunday in Dorset with their, Mrs. Ernest Edgerton. Master Wendell Cooledge w ill remain for a longer stay. Dr. and Mrs. C. W. Ray and son of Chester and Judge and Mrs. H. A. Kay of Keene, N If., spent a few days of last week with their brother, F. G. Wyman. August 8th Is the day appointed for the "Old Home Week" dinner and Ladles Aid Fair. The place selected for the meeting is the church and parsonage " grounds Instead of near the Old North church as in former years. Plans are under way for a play to be given under the auspices of the Christian Endeavors on Wednesday evening- of this week. There are several characters and it is expected that the entertainment will be a big success. WEST ARLINGTON. HOW GIRLS MAY AVOID PERIODIC PAINS Hie Experience of Two Girls Here Related For The . Benefit of Others. J. Frank Tifft, who has been very ill. Is improving. - Attorney Bryan of Troy was at his bungalow over Sunday. A neighborhod picnic will be held In H. G. Buck's sap woods Wednesday. Blueberries are abundant and raspberries are not as plentiful as last year. Rev. James S. Clark of Bennington occupied the pulpit in Union church Sunday. Rev. J. S. Clark, Mrs. Clark and baby Esther, drove to Manchester Tuesday. Several from this vicinity attended the picnic at Hedges Lake last week Thursday. Misses Grace Buck and Marietta Howard were a few days with Mrs. Sarah Young. Several from West Arlington at tended the entertainment at W. F. Smith's' Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Harrington vis ited their daughter, Mrs. Charles Welling Saturday and Sunday. NORTH HOOSICK. ROAD NOTES. Progress Being Made On Highways Of Bennington County. . An accurate survey shows it is just 2.1 miles nearer via Harwood Hill than via of North Bennington between Bennington and North Shaftsbury. Manchester state aid road was surveyed by D. T. Bates today. This section begins at the Winhall line on the Ideal Tour. Tomorrow D. T. Bates will survey the cut off at Pownal with a view of removing the most dangerous curve in the road in Bennington county. Work has been resumed on the Shaftsbury -road at the Bennington line towards Harwood Hill. Three split log drags have been recently built for this town. Sunderland roads are being dragged today by Q. A. Hall, road commissioner. Rochester, N. Y. "I have a daughter 13 years old who has always been very healthy until recently when she complained of dizziness and cramps every month, so bad that I would have to keep her home from school and put her to bej to pet relief. "After giving her only two bottles of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound she is now enjoying the best of health. I cannot praise your Compound too highly. I want every good mother to read what your medicine has done for my child."-Mrs. Richard N. Dunham, 311 Exchange St, Rochester, N.Y. Stoutsville, Ohio.-" I suffered from headaches, backache and was very irreg ular. A friend advised me to take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, and before I had taken the whole of two bottles I found relief. I am only sixteen years old, but I have better health than for two or three years. I cannot express my thanks for what Lydia E. pinkham's Vegetable Compound has done for me. I had taken other medicines but did not find relief.' Miss Cora R. FosnaugH, Stoutsville, Ohio, R.F.D., No. 1. Hundreds of such letters from mothers expressing their gratitude for w hat Lydia E. pinkham's Vegetable Ovn-pound has accomplihed for their daughters have Ieen received by the Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Company, Lynn, M ass. 5 Mr. and Mrs: Louis Klpp and chll dren spent Sunday In Hoosick Falls. Mrs Verne Russell and daughter, Louiere, spent Sunday in East Ben' ningtcn. Miss Lucy Haswell and Mrs. Chas. Pratt of White Creek were in town Wednesday. Charlie Friar and Miss Grace Friar have returned home after several days vacation. There will be a pound party at the church Tuesday evening in honor of the new minister's arrival. James Murnaghan has procured a house In East Bennington where they expect to move this week. Miss Myrtle Herringtou and MI38 Elvira Herrington are spending a few days with Mrs. George Herrington. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Sullivan and daughter, Helen, of Greenwich, spent Sunday as the guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elijah Baker. Merrit Hewitt was 6hot last Tuesday afternoon by Borne . unknown person, and is getting along as well as can be expected. Rip-p-p-p-p! T Out Come Thousands of Dress Shields! Hereafter, Madame, You Are Going to Feel More "Comfy" Under the Arms.! Olrla, (ret a 25o box of PEKSPI-NO right away at the drug store, anil get one of the surprises of your 11 to. It means the age of dress shields U gone. SANDGATE. Arthur Mears has recently purchased the C. R. Woodward farm. Charles Hayes spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Hayes of Manchester. Mabel Mear spent a few days of last week with Florence Hurd of West Arlington. Mrs. Elmer Kent has gone to the Mary Fletcher Hospital in Burlington for an operation. ' Mr. and Mrs. Abel are spending a few weeks at her father's bungalow In the northern part of the town. Fnd Stickle and Roscoe Prindle am snenrline a few davs at the for mer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stickle. Jennie Jackson has returned to her work after spending a few weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Jackson. No More Kulned Onwnm Ko More DreM Khlelda, It Von Use I'fcllSl'l-NO. TERSri-N'O keeps the arm-pita Just as fresh and dry as any other part of the body. You enn wear any weight of clothing, bo in hot stuffy rooms. n a warm thentre or dance-hall and never over-perspire In the arm-pits. The coIom In a colored gown will never run. The cloth will never fnde, get stiff from perspiration and then rot and tear and ruin your gown at the ann-plts. Nevermorel No more rolling up of dress shields like ropes under the arms. t'KKSPI-NO Is delightful powder, absolutely safe for everybody, and never harmi any fabric. It's wonder. Try H once, and be con-vlneed. You apply It with a pad. which Is parked with every boi. Satisfaction or money bock. PKRSPI-NO Is for sale at your drog-Flt "sat a hox.or aent direct. on receipt .f priee. by the IVrspo Co, 2714 Lincoln. Ave ..Chicago. "" Bennington Scale Co. Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S CASTORIA Maker of all Kind nf SCALES manufactnrr 1 ! REPAIRING V ninn. liar kirtabl. Counter nnrl SHn I in I a 11 r Kn lea I 330 Pleasant Street Denningfton, Vt.

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