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Tam O'Shantors 25c &. 50c
Toquos and Tobocgnns 25c & 50c
Flannol Shirts, wlth and wlthout
collnr, all shados, 50c, 75c, 85c,
A dazzllng array of SllkNockwoar
In all shados, at 5c, 10c, 15c, 25c
. and 50c.
MULLIGAN & ROCHE
Storo Opon Every Evonlnts Untll Af tor Christmas. Call and cot a 1004 Calondar.
por. North and Pleasant Strcct you
"wlll flnd the best of bomc-mude
sausaite, also a lull llno of thc best
Have you a Bread
IOo'me" aiid' 'exaraine
them and yom.will be
sure to buy. For sale
l D. NEWTON
?Estate ofSfohn Burke.
iSY VERMONT a. 1 At a sessloo
g Bennington' I of the I'roliaU
Ten at tho l'robatepfllM. Ju ItennlnK-
m Dlstrict, on tne n uay of ue-
' A. U..1B03.
E Present John V. Carney, Judge.
strument, purportlnic to be the last Wlll
Qtameni oi jonn uurKo laie oi xicuniiigiuii
dlstrict. neceaseii. being present
. W D. S. Slerrill, for tho executor
named. for Probate. It
k'd by sald Court, that all persons con-
ttherem, be notlfled toappearatases
reof. to be held at the Probate Ot
Scmilncton. ln sald Dlstrict, on 26th
)ecA. D. 1003. at 10 o'clocK ln the fore
iid. snow causo, ii any mey nave, agninsi
mteorsaiu wui; torwmcu purpose uu
Lordered that this order bo publhhed
teks successiveiym me uanner ana ite
l nftwauaoer nrlnted at Henulncton. lu
le, previous to sald tlme of hearlng.
1 the Court . ....
Attest.JOHN v.UAK.vky, juage.
I OI JOI1M H IIAIUBI.
iilerslgncil, h&Tlng bec n apnolnted by
(!nmmlssloners. to recelve. examlne
lu all clalms anddemandi ofallper.
pnjt the estate ouonn ti. uauey,
Sbury In sald dlstrict, deceased. and all
lliltfted ln offset tbereto, herebydve
lat we wlll meet for the purpose afore
late rcsmence oi mt sam j onn tt. uai
IhdnTnf Dec.1903.and 17th davofMav
la 9 o'olock a. m. untll 12 o'clock ii.
Iald rtays. and tbat stz monins irom
v of Nor. A.D. 1903. U the tlm Umlt-
Uourt for sald credltors to preseut
hs to us for examination ana auow-
it Bennington, thls 7th day ot Deo ,
J. ED. WALDItlDGE,
PATltlCK T. GBIFFIN,
ite ofMary A. Lane
Settlement ana Appncauon lor
IVTK OF VKKMONT, I In Probatt
ttrict oz uenniDKion, as. j uuru nem i
kobate orace in iiennininon wuam ana ior
-itrlctof liennlnrtonaioresaiuoa meua
i' DC. A. U. 1903.
esent, JOHN V. CAHNKY. Judge,
w A. Bottum admlnlstrator wlth the
nnexed of the estate oi Mary
Fe, late of snausDury in saia
deceased, presents hls aamlnlstratlon
for examination and allowance. and
Ippllcatlon for a decree of dlstrlbutlon
mon oi me estaie oi aaiu ueceascu.
on lt ls ordered by sald Court. that
unt and sald sppllcatlon be referrvd to
uiereoi. u oo nm m me itouhio w
lald,onthethdayof Dee, A.D. 1903.
fiK ana aecision uiereon: Ana ii u
aerea. tnatnotice tnereoi do given m
luoiicanon oi ine s?ir.
FROM 75c 10 8-00
Our now stock of umbrollas Is comploto.
(ioldiind sllver trlmmcd umbrellns or
itialn bnndlo umbrellas for XMAH
llIFTS. We lmvo thc laruest stock to
sclect f rom. Your cliolco Irorn 7So to $8
Handkorch'fsat 10c, 3 for 25c
Handkorch'fs at 15c, 2 for 25c
Cenuino Irlsh Llnon Hand-
Inltlnl Handkorchlofs 10c,
3 for 25c
Inltlal Handkorchlofs 15c,
2 for 25c
Inltlal Handkorchlofs 25c
PLAIN APlD FANCY 8ILK
25c, 50c, 75c, SI.OO
Sllk Inltlal Handkorchlofs 25c
Slik Inltlal Handkorchlofs 50c
Japanotto Sllk inltlnl Handkor
chlofs 1 0c, throo for 25c
Plaln and Kancy Suspondors for
mas Clfts at 10c, I5c, 25c, 50c,
75c, 1.00, 1.25 and 1.50. Those
Suspondors aro nlcoly boxod. Fancy
Arm Elastlcs 25c.
Freil Eddy was ln Albany on busl
f Mlss Roso LaDue arrlved on Sat
Mrs Taylor of Manchester ls a guest
of Mrs Wm Bourn,
MlssjCJlara Hawklns spent Sunday
with frlends in Arlington.
Fredriek Babson raoved hls (amlly
o North Bennington last week.
Mrs.L. W. Cole hus been sutTerinir
from ncuralgia tor several days.
Tho ground ls sparingly oovered
wlth snow. Ternperature qulte mlld.
Prof Dinsmoro arrlved from hls
vacatlon of two wceks on Saturday
Arrangeraents have been mado to
glve our Sunday school chlldren a
Fredrlck Van Orman of Choshiro,
Mnss., was in town last week looking
Fred Dunn has been contlned to the
house by illness. He was up for tho
flrst tlme on Sunday tor sereral days.
Mlss Nora Millinglon vlsited her
home hero Sunday, also her sistor
Mrs Lathrop of Arlicgton.
Rev Mr Mayer was here on Friday
and Saturday evcnloga, a good house
gathered to hear the earnest speaker.
Mrs Frank Harrls was.tendered a
blrthday anniversary last Wednesday.
She was the reolplent of sereral nlco
Rev Morrlll Hitchcock was at White
Creck and Hlnsdalevill M. E. Churches
on Sunday to adminlster the coramun
ions for Rev Mr Mayer.
On Wednesday evenlng at "Colo
Hall" under tho auspicos of tho Kp
worth Leasrue, A Lincoln Klrk an
Impersonator will glve an entertain
tnent. Mlss Jennie Hastings had an oppor
tunlty last week to accept a position
in a schoolin Clarksbury, Mass. Ow
ing to the impatred hoalth of her aunt,
Mlss Aurilla Galusha who is tbelr
Conlinues Until Saturday
His Btore is crammed full 'of
ai ticlea bought at one-third of
their actual value and 'vhich
will be sold at prices never be
fore heard of in Bennington.
You don't'believe it! tthen
come and see thatis all wo ask.
Whatever you want in cloth
ing for man, woman or child
come to Levin's and he can
save you money.
Ii. HARRY LEV1N,
112 Nortlv Strcct.
Men's, Boys', Ladlos'and MIssbs'
Knltclovos and Mlttonn, 15c to 50c.
Big Reduction Sale of Clothing!
Men's Owercoats, Wortti $15.00 and $18,00, Your Cfioice $10,00
Young Men's Overcoats, Wortli $10.00 and $12.00, Your Cfioice $ 5 00
Boys Overcoats, Worth $650 and $5.50, Your Cfioice $ 4.00
Men's Suits, Worth $10.00 and $12.00. Your Choice $ 5.00
Bia Reduction Sale of Pants
Big Reduction Sale of Men's and Young Men's Separate Pants. Every
pair of Pants reduced from $1,00 to S2.00 per pair.
housekeeper, she reconsidered tajl
wlll take tho school that sho taught
last sumtner at Center Shaftsbury.
Louis Mattiaon arrlved homo on
Saturday nlght as a witness ln the
Mattlson-Tessler case. P. C. Eddy
was summoned from Renssolaer on
Monday morning as a wltnoss on
Mlss Beldlng the Deaconess who has
been hero about two weeks expects to
leave hero on Monday. The series of
meetings though not thronged have
been very woll attended, and considor
able intorest awakened.
Monthly buslness meetlng of tho V.
1. Soclety on Monday evonlng, P.
Barton was elccted by tho Sunday
school as a delegute to the Sunday
school conventlon to bo liold at Ben
nington on Tuesday. Mrs Merrill
Hitchcock and Rov W. E. Thompson
MIbb Florence Holden is quite ill
Work is progressing quito rapidly on
tho town hall.
Frank Tefft uf New Yotk is borae
for n few weeks.
Mib E. C. Woodwortb spent one day
in West Arlinaton last week.
A. P. Bunip and Sidnoy Squiros
were in Troy one day last week.
Mrs E. M, Lathrop and Mrs M. L.
Hougbton spoot Friday in Albany.
Mr and Mrs K. R. Holden of Ijn
ninffton spent Sunday at G. U. Hol
den's. Harry Iithrop and farolly have
moved in witb Mr Lathrop's mother
for tbo winter.
Tbe village schools closed on Fri
day with oxercises by tbo ublldren,
wbicb wero enjoyod liy all who beard
It is said thatwe have had 17 days
of cold freezing weather.
Proparatlons aro belng raade lp tho
schools to colebrate Christmas. Moro
Mrs Furness and "Dea. Sallord wero
olectod delegates to attend the Sunday
school conventlon in Bennington.
The ice man is at work this oarly,
and somo flno lce ls repot'ted to havo
been cut. Somo of tho blocks wero
eight lndhes thlck.
Miss'Nellio Kehoo is dt'presont quito
poorly and unable to coritinue her
work. Mlss Kehoe is itaylng at Mrs
A. R. Brown's
Mrs Delos Mattlson and 'hor -son
Porley left town on Thursday, for
North Adatns whero thoy mado n-ahort
stay. on thelr way to'thelr home 'ln
'JohriOlln and-ion df Shflftsbury'hus
been -about het o' for somo tlmo sawing
vood. Mr Olin has a gasbloner englne
stai makos'ahort work of tho wooi-nlle,
to tho groat'relief of tho smairboy.
'Uov and Mrs 'Furness, Mrs Frank
Grant and Mrs'L. D. Dean drove to
Manchester lait Thursday to attend
the'InstaUatlon-services of Rev J6hn
Barstow. They report a very Inter-
OStiDg 113061108. ,
It lff reported1 that thef'doattv of Mrs
Austin SeelyformeHy of Arlington,
wccurrcd last week in'Cbicago. 'Also,
that Mrs,'Fad'den is very ill. Her -son
'-AHrtntram'has pone'to visit'hor 'in-
Tbreo prisooers broke" out Of tbo
Washington C6unty jail in Montpelier
Satiirday nigbt. Tbey made thoir es
capo by cbtting tbmogh a steol win-
bar in tbe womao's vsrd nt tbo
oud of the jail. ' One of the toetf
,)eon locatod' bu
FROM 25c TO 2.50
A cholco llno ot ClirUtmaa Mufflers.
Any muffler from tlili !are new stock
wlll mako a One L'lirlstmaj present, your
plCKnt23o. 75c. 1.00, 1.2.1. 1 60 2.00, 2 '0,
all tbe lnlcit styles mado i.oax the
Sllk linod ciovos, allshaaos
Sllk llncd ciovos, all shados
Unllnod Clovss, all shados
Unllnod Ciovos, all shados
Fleecollnod Kld Ciovos, all shados
at 50c, 75c, I.OO, and 1.50.
The Loadlng Clothiors,
Hattors, Furnlshors and
CustomTailors, 409 Maln
St., Bennington, Vormont
Kstate of MAHTIIAK. AUSTIN
Tbe underalgned. havlnt been appotnted by
the Ilon. Probate Court for the Dutrlct of Hen
nlngton, CO.MM1SSIONKIW. to receivo. exam
Ine, and adjust all clalms and deinands of all
persons aualnst the entate of Martha
K. Austin late of HcimluKton tn sald
dlstrict, deceated, and all clalms
exhlblted In offset thf reto, bereby glve notlce
ttut we wlll tncet for the purposo aforesald, at
the Walloomsic Inu, HennlnRUm Center. vt,.
ln said dlstrict of Kennlngton on the 7th day of
Jamiary, IftM and SBthdtyof May, 1001 next. from
2 o'clock p. m. untll 4 o'clock p. m . each of sald
days, aod that sfx montbs from the 1st day of
Deo. A. D. ii03, Is the tlme llmlled by sald Court
for sald credltors to present thelr clalms to u
for examination and nllowancc.
Dated at Ilennlngton, Vt., tlils 2nd day of
Dec. A. U. 1903
8. 1 HOUINSON,
The Henty Books, Iloratio
Alger, Jr., Works, Ollver
Optics, Kirk Munro's, Rob
inson Cruso, Swiss Famlly
Treasuro Island, Rip Van
Wlnklo and many others.
427 Alaln Strcct.
THAT'S THE THING ,
for a flno present, but a caso would bo
better. If you can alTord lt, a case of
Champagno, a case of Wine or Beer.
durlng thls hollday season and holp
others to do lt, too. If ou only send
one bottlo of Haner lt wlll pleasosomo
ncoplo ai much as a case to others.
Rn llhori1 onvwav and you wlll bo
E. I MOPISSEY
105 Pleasant St
Cdll And Qive Your OrdersFor
."Tursery 8tock, Gardon nnd Fttrm,
Seeds, Ornamontal Shrubory, 'etc.
3Xi'W Uiia Stt, tBennington, Vt.'
-WE OIVE AWAY-
TRftDIHG STAWtPS TOfflLL
Jamcs RdHTtLanu, a foru.er
H. H. Leo bWiutland was among
tho visttors to thb villtfge, Friday.
Thomas P. Brownell was attendlng
tho sessions of tho county court Fri
day Mlss Myrtlo Taylor Is eraployed as
clerk in the Comblnation Cash store
for the holidays. i
Miss Jennie Summersgill is'. illi' A
spcciallst was cajled' frora New York
tho flrst of tho week to see her. '
Doputy sherlfff Morrlssoy of Stam
ford was hero Friday and Saturday
attendlng sessions of tho court.
Thocoillng and side walls in the
ropras of tho Flrst Natlonal Bank
havo boon rotlnted the past week.
Robert Morso who has been danger
ously ill with typhoid fevor at tho
home of Mrs Eleanor Houghton is re
Mlss Cora Whitnoy head teachor in
tho seventh ward school is sorlously
111. Sho was taken ill in Albany but
was ablo to bo brought home.
The annual meetlng of Odd .Follow's
lodgo ln Bennington County wlll bo
held in Odd Fellows hall the ovening
of December. 10th.
Albert W. Davitt owner of tho Mo
liawk Knlttlng mill at Cohoes ls a
bankrupt. Among hls credltors is
Frank Lasher of this village who has
a claira for a patent lnfringement.
II. Harry Lovm is confined to tbe
bed by an injury received whilo in New
Yotk lnRt woek. Wbile stepping from
a car, bo etruck his Irg agninst tbe
curb and injured it eorerelj.
Jobn LaOrorse of Mancbester who
has been in jail horo since August 12,
cbarged witb larceny of money from
Obarles Clark, was releaied Monday,
tbe caso ngninut him having not been
prossed at tbe request of theatato's at
torney. - "King Jollity" a apectaculnr mu
Bloal protluction (s to bo given in Ben
nington ir tbe near future by local
tnlont, uuder the auspices of tbe V.
M. O. A. It will be under tbe direc
tion of Prof E Wales of Hrattlouoro,
who has tjiven it witb great auccess in
Hon. and Mrs LoGrand C. Tibblts
salled from New York Thursday. on
tho White Star Llno stcamer Codrio
for Liverpool. After visiting London,
Paris, tho Rlvcra and other poiuts
thoy wlll proceed to Rome, wbere they
intend passlng most of the wlnter.
Tho retnainsof John Lyons who died
in the retroat at Brattleboro reached
hore Wednesday afternoon. The do
coased was 33 years of ago death was
due to softlng of tho brain. Ho leaves
a wife and two daughters. His funer
al was attonded from, St Francis do
Sale's church Thursday morning in
torment belng at Bennington Center
Several farrners in tho vlclnlty have
rccently received communlcatlons from
a charitablo organlzation in New York
nsklng them if they would plck up the
.apples undor the trees and send them
to tho city thero to be dlstributcd
among tho poor. One farmer wrote
back that he would be glad to do so
but that ho was going to send them to
tho navy dopartmcnt to bo used as sol
id shot as thoy wero frozen hard
enough to bo used for that purpose.
Tho Rutland Railroad company has
demolishcd the old depot ntPetersburg.
It was hoped that a new station would
bo erectcd thls f all, but lt is under
stood the company tvIII dofer bullding
untll spring. Intho meantime, a delap
itated car answers tho purposo of a
passengor depot, whilo a frelght car
takes the placo of a freight house. Tho
pooplo of this sectlon aro hopoful of
tho-spoedy materlallzation of tho elec
trlc railroad from Troy to Williams
town, which has already been survey.
William liutler wbo is in jail at
'Burlington, trlod to eseape Suoday
evoning, but was soon retnrned to bis
cell and ia now nursing a broben bead
given bim by an ofllcer. Ho tbinks be
will romaln in jail and .do bis time
without furtbor compluint
A 'cbargo is made agalnst
tbe Montpelier ipolice by a
man wbo clalms tbat wbon
bo calledlfor assistance from tbopolice
they did 'not 'respond and would not
arrest bia man'wben be sarried him
hlmself to the.pDlico -station.
'Wbile Mrs 'Harley Martin of Wilr
liamstown and 'her sistor, Miss Gor
trude Martin wore driving near the
railroad -station at South Bnrro last
'Friday night, tberr borae becamo
ifrlgbtened and ran into anotbor tearo,
upsetting tbe-ocoupants of both. Mri
Martin was renderod unconscious and
btts slnce remnlned in tbat tondition.
Tbe others recrived only slight injur-
Seth'Benn, a famer, was struck ,by
u traln on tho Deleware and Hudson
Railroad -near Castleton Thursday
morning, nnd Instantly killed. The
boily, which was dragged about slx
rods, was badly mangled, both legs
belng ground to plecos. Dean was
sevonty-two, years old andiis survived
bytt wlfQ'Ond'Ono-son, J". S.iDo&n",
For One Week Before We Show
Our Holiday Novelties at
Nothing but reliable nierfclmiidise can be bought at this
store. AVe're not making a lot of fuss about it, but this store
is growing steadily larger, better, more useful year by year.
It is a slow growtli but none the leps sure. Tlie oak grows
slowly but it is tlie ilnest or trees. A mushroom grovs quickly
springs up in one night but it withers the same way. We
prei'er to grow slowly, oak-like, ana attain the grand old age of
the grand old oak.
WE SHALL BEGIII MONDAY, DECEMBER 7, TO GIVE AWAY
GREEN TRADING STAMPS
These prices do their own talking. Our entire stock of
Dress -Gootls, Silks, Satihs, Yelvet, Velvqteens and Linings at
SPECIAL REDUCED PRICES
FOR THIS SALE
500 yards Heavy Panpy Out
ing Flannels ' 4 l-2o
1000 yds Heavy Panoy Out-
ing Flannels 7c
1000 yardfi Best Fanoy Qut-
ing Flannels 9o
500 yards Fancy Flaid Dress
10 pieces French Flannel
Waisting 37 1-c
15 pieces French Silk and
Wcol Waisting 50o
10 pieces White Gurtain Mus-
8 pieces White Curtain Mus-
10 pieces White Curtain Mus-
500 yds Fine 10c Ohallies 5c
426 45x36 15c Fillow
100 60c UnbJeachod
Sheets , 40c
10 0 5 0c Bleached
8o pairs Heavy Blankets,
white and grays 69o
AllWool$5 Blankets $4.00
Speeinl Sale Prices on
promptly sent. We'll pocket
Aents For BUTTERICK'S PATTERMi
THE COMBINATION CASH STORE
ready for the
Our China, Crockry, Qlassware J
Read our new ad.
Mn H. Moorei
Fine and soft pure cotton
filled Oomfortables $1.00
Brussels Stair Oarpet
30c and 37 l-2c
2000 rolls extra heavy Wall
Paper 3c a roll
10O pairs Lace Ourtains
100 Heavy Flannelette House
100 Heavy Flannelette Night
Robes 50c and 75c
200 Children's Flannelette
Dresses. all trimmed, 36c
Ladiesr50c Jersey Vests, long
and short sleeves, 26c
Ladies' $4.50 embroidered
Iiinen Waists $2.60
Ladies' $2.00 Fancy White
Ladies" $2.60 Fancy White
60 dozens Children's Bibbed
Wool Hose 12 l-2c
No. 6 all Silk, Satin and Gro.
grain Ribbon 3c
No. 7 6c
No. 9 , 8c
No. 12 lOo
our entire stock. 'Mail ordira
tlie loss, you caiTy away the blr-
over and we are
ire the best
in the next issue
- I42 North St.