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THE BANNER AND
IS THE TIME
For Winter Hats, You will flnd
all tbe LATEST STYLES ia
Beaver Hats at
MISS A NOLAN'S,
Oi'EHA IIOUSE FI.OCK, IIen:iiiiRtou,-Vt.
The anmial ratetlue of the Bennington Battle
Monumeut nmi lllitorieal Soclety wiilbeheld
at the Law Ofucesof Hatcbcldernnd Datesln
tho vlllago of Bennington ou tho secoud Wed
nesdav, belng tlielttli day of Jamtary, lWafor
the anniml elecllorf of offlcert and the lranao
tlon of all bunlnes'j proper to he done wlitn tnet.
EUWAHD L. UATK8, Seoretnry.
Bennington, Vt, December 23rd, 1902. 48w3.
Tbo annnal meetliiR of the stockholders of
the Flrst Natioual lia-k. of Bennington. Vt.'
Wlll be held at thelr bankJnK house oti'Tueidy,
tbe 13th day of Jntiuary. ii-03, at 10 o'clock a. tn,
for the purpftse of electlng a lloard of Dlrectors
and for nny other buslnesa,
Bennington, Vt , Uecem er 8, 10O2
W6 U A. OKAVK3, Caihlcr.
The annual tneetlnp: df the stockholders of
the llennlngton county Natlonal Uank of Ben
nington. Vt., wlll be held ln thelr banktnf! rooms
on Tuesday. tbe Ctli day of January. 1003, at 10
o'clock a. m. for the purpose of electlng
a board of dlrectors lor tne ensutng
year. and to conslder auch otlier busluesa as
may como before lt.
CLKMENT II. CONK, Cashler,
Bennington, Vt., December lst, 1902.
The annual meetlnc of the stockholders nf
Uieflrst natlonal BanK of North bennington
Vt.. will r held at thelr Hanklnc llouae on
Tuesday, the SnLU day of Jauuary, 19 3. at 10
o'clock a. m. for the. Duroose of electine a
Doard of Dlrectors for the ensulng year, and for
any otber proper and necessary buslness.
North BennlDKton, Vt, December Sth,
CANADIAN PACIFIC RY.
H. J. C0LVIN, 362 Washington Sl, S0ST0N.
High Grada "Coluuibia" Underskirts
Madeby tho ColumblaSklrtCompany, ofXew
York. They also rnake "Columbla" Safety
Belts and Hosa Hupporters. Shlrt Walit
uoiciers, eto. a nostat wiu brtng sainpiea,
prlces, ote. Mrs.si. 0. Klock, 4nsialn atrcet,
is the agent for llennlngton and vlclnlty.
The property ln South Shafubury, VL. krown.
as iae itajiinn tioiei." lnero nr jarge
cronnds surroundlng tlie houje, and the lnllJ
lngs are ln exccllent repalr,
Apply to or address
BKONSOJT & LVONS.
South Shaftsbury, Vt.
Buslness College for Hookkeeptng, aiioHKand,
Telcgraphy and Employraent. Tventy
Snperlor Teachers Vorcataloguo
Addresa Carnell Ilolt,
To the Latlles ot Bennington and vlclnltyi
Ityouwant asult.cape. or alteratloni dont
and cleanlng and pressing cf all klnjs nt reaion
tole prlces you wlll alvays flnd a nlce Une of
godrti and samples at
Ladies' Flne Tallor.
130 North 8t. Rfliinlnston. Vt.
Monumeuts, Mausoleuma and Re
ceiving Tombs or nnything in the
line of Granite or JVIarble work de
aired write for designs and prices to
I wlll call at stores or jirlvate houses where
tliero Is Garbage to be carrled away. atid wlll
dispose of the same for 5 and 10 cents per barrel
Orders by mall promptly attended to.
E, M. H'JLETT, Bennington, Vt,
Every Tuesday until f urther notice we shall
offerto the publlc, remnnnts and short lengtlis
of NVoolen IJress Ooods. Cloaklngs, Overcoat
ings, Sultlngs, etc.
Theso goods can be seen everj Tueday at
our Shlpplng Itoom.
uoods not shown any day
Holden, Leonard &Co.
New long Hlp Iagrecque Bell Models for full
or stout flgurei. tagrecquo Lattice Ittbbon
Corsets for medlum and slender flgures.
The college glrl, Glrdle Corset, ls cspecially
adapted to tbegyjnnalutn, tho KoU-flcld, horse-
baclc, wheellngand all exerclsei where hyglenlc
ori is muispensaDie,nna jet pcrfect freedom
Jiaue in all materlali at
flHS. n. C KLOCK'S.
447 Maln Street, Bennington, Vt
Sole agents for Itichard
Como nnd look over our
JQSSPH 1. AYRES
ClrlslnbT nnd Atntr (lnnlnn.
lllill n1 (Jold mulllo txiie,. Kiltd
wlft. titu rlbton. 'i'Ktena other. KruA
Pantferoui, NulMtltuUoDM nd lrafte.
MoQ, Kajr pf yonr DraHlit. or en4 4c. lo
Mtoi frr I'artlmlnni. TeHtlmanlnU
lornMoll. 1 0,000 THUmoniUi. 8illt
bnwim Vhithtttt Chrmfcal Co
ii r Stnilou I. 1'lilln.. lHt
I 1 a
1HGNT. Tencmentof 8 rooms wlth raod
l ern lmprovementa. Appiy to A. wuc
I'O IlKIVT. Several deslrable tonementa
l PossewJon ulvcn Immeainteiy.
Wm. E. Ilawks,
rnn tiknt TRnRmnnt nt 4lf)Maln Strcot,
1 13 rooms. balhroora and arra-Kernentt for
botandoold water. ioq.uire oi u, r . audovi
nrQ TlE.Vr.-A moderu tenement on Wlllow
I J T n flnl.lamttli d'itf
Atcneraruton west Maln strfet.
ply to A. 8. JI. Cblii'Oini. 30ii.
TO ItKNT. Soveral small tenenicuts.
to K. S. Harrb 226 Dlvhlon street.
rno kent A numborof deslrable tonements,
x inquire ot wra. ji. iinwns. jiennuision,
STOHAME We-hnvo a large and dryloft
aultnblu for fctorage purposes. Itlseasy
of ucecM). Furnlture ana other suitame
1 artloles taken for storagc at reasonable rates
nsurancc reasonnoie. neiormer umoo,
T70K HALK 01113.11' Several second'
l hand show oasesih good ccnditlon. E.T
IOlt SAI.I5. Tbe property oorner Uatn
Jw and Safford-sui known ae tbo Field place
or wiu divide to suit purcnaser,
-Horec nnd wOLMn. chean.
F. O.Illckert, 123 SafTord;St.
FUIl SALK.-Old fashlonetl furnlture. also
crockery and loolts. Call at Iteformer
Ufflce for aaaress or party ownmg property.
WAlVTEI.Young glrl to hclp around the
house and tro Wsohool. Ooad homo and
good chanco for glrl who wishestobelp herself
tbrough the publlc sohool. Must bc not lcM
than 14 years old. Apply at neformcr Ofllce.
ir lronlng. G
ii nd wasmng
11 No wasblng or lronlng. Qood vrages,
Address Box S43.
TTrATi:i. A huttltntr advertlitlncr Kollcl
V V tor for about a -neek's work ln Benning
ton. Good commiKMon to nusiier. Aiwresa.
wlth refcrence, Boltwood & VanHoesen,
xroy, m y. it
1X7 ANTE1). (lood farm IniDlement salfiman
VV wlth rig, nlso manager for branch ware
houie. Amerlcan Farm Company, Unffalo,
K. X. W4'
TXTANTKD. Four men boarders by the
v v week. inquire ot sirs ciarence uiatni'
ler, 234 North Street, Uennlngton, Vt. 42tf .
Farm ot 275 acrej. well watered. bulldlnCJ tn
good eondltlon, land ln goodstate ofoultlratlon.
anoie orcnara ot 100 to 200 barreis oimiiL auear
erchard ot 500 trees, coo cords of wood, ioo.cko
feet ol timcer ; euts 100 tons of uay. Termj
easy. Enqulre of 0. II. Mjers. Pownal cemre,
FOR SALE or EXCHANGE,
Wllliellor exchance nlot contalnlnelMrodj
of land wlthdwelUng house thrreon; located ou
Hllver street, on Urandrlew Terrace. ln ben
nington. Ttils property wlll cut up luto flre
bnllcllng lots 50x170 feet Wlll eicbanga for
farm or any other property ln or near Benning
ton. Now Is the tlme to lnrest ln iteal Estate ln
HennliiL'ton. as Uiere haa notbeen so inanv salcs
and tr.mifers ln years as bas taken place thls
ear. mnaito nen. leaseor exciumge uie oia
Iblev or Noxon nron e.rtv. scalled. on Wash
ington Aveuue, priite $1900. Uiipllcate thls lt
'ou can. i wm seu or leaie a umiuing 101 on
tlver Street. also one on McCall Street. Mke-
wlte I have C6 lot s'r 60xi?n fept at Falrlawn
Park, tliat Iv.ill sell, ltaeor excfcange at from
1-2 of oiio cent per foit to3 ctnts per foot No
t;e. no lnlerest 011 lots for the flrst two yeas.
1 wlli take fl? dollars ilowu, and flfty cents per
week. untll nald for lu full. Ttih l'ark ts locat
ed near puWlo sewer and water systera, nnd
ivHniiiilvBTDr.ia'es walk from electrlo cars.
Teliihon5l-j JO"IN SASU. X U.
A DnvSDALE & SON. corner North and
f V- ItiverSts, Kxcluslve agents tor the cele
brnted "Qucen Quallty" shoo for ladies, and
"Tbe 1'ackard " slioe for men. Larpeit ard tln
est shoe stock north ot the metropnlls.
ADItTSDAI.E & SOS. corntr north and
ltlver Sts. Dcalers ln Rry Goods, Mr n's
Kuralshlngj, tloaks, Carpets, Curtalns, Wall
Faper. Agents for Standard I'atterns. Uuslost
Store on tho Buslest Street ln Bennington.
JH. l.OIilNG & CO., 113 Pepot St. Proprle-
tors of Uvery nnd Feed Stablcs. All
grades of Coat at reasonable prlces always ou
haiui. Klfst-claHs llvory rlgs. I.lght and heavy
trucklng done promptly to order.
T OHN V. D. S. JIF.ItlULI 42 Monument Ave .
Bennington Onter, Vt. Attorhey and
Counselor at Law. Oftlco hours 8 to 10 p. m.
TT J. POTTEIt, .Iit.
M. D..503 Malii St
I'l.TSlcl.m nnd Surgeon. Olllee hours
m.. 1 Ui 2 nnd 7 to 8 p. m.
Dlt. SIIEUMAN KIMBALL. Osteopathlst.
445 Maln St. llennlngton. Vt. n ro 6 Wed
nesdavs and Satnrdays. ConsalUtlon aud llter
ature freo. North Adains Offlt'H M Qulncy St.
,4 Z. CDTLEH. Dcntlst,!tfMiniit, oppoilte
Llbran llall. All ou'iralluiu nerlorined
ln a thorongh awl caref ul uianner. alul at reas-
nmde of ctownaud
brldce work. I'alnless de tlstry for uxtractlug
and illllug teeth.
T) OBEHT K. OHENN'AN, . D-.S.. Offlceln
IX Hawks Hlock, MalnSt. Modern uentlstry
ln all lts branches.
l uank Buiiiiing.
17 N. SUUUtE, Post Offlce Bulldlng IJcaler
L ln Watcbei. Clocks, Jenelry, Sllverwaro
(solld and p'ntcd). Cut Glass, Cmbrollas. Art
ware, Uhafliig DNnos, Veneilan I.nmps, Vases,
riacqucs, uom fens. eto.
JAME3 S. SII.K, Oftlce and shon 101 1'leasant
St. Contractor and builder.
TT T.COTTREI.U l,KOP.,313Maln 8t..CarM!t
cleanlng. nuklnir and laslnc. 'I.luolenm
ana matung inin. wirpets caueu;jor ansirc-
turned trce of chargo.
THE I'OTNAM. Collins & Wlllard.Managers.
Largest and flnest hotel In Soutbern Ver
mont, handsoraely f urniiheil. hcated bysteam
nnd llghted by electrlcity. Froe bus to nnd
fromdepot Boardlng stables attachW.
LUNDKIIOAN'8 North Street Dlnlng Koome.
Neatly nnlsheil nnd turnWied. board by
day or week. Home-made cooklug n speclalty
JJ. MAHON, Contra.itor and llullder. North
. St, Bennington. Oeueral lobblng and re
palrlng, plans, spcclfieatlons anilestlmHtes fnrn
shecl. OU. A. 0. DANA, Dentht Norton Bulldlng.
43S Maln St , Bennington, Vt, Work done
wlth little or no paln.
MKS. M. C. KLOCK.
Fltter nud Soholtor of Flns Cbrseta,
Sklrts, NoveHlej, and lloslery. Offlce nnd tlt
tlng rooms 4iT Maln street. Bennington. Vt.
AT B. IKUJtlTlTON. V, 8. 1 '
1VJ.. 107 Unlon St. Bennington. Vt
DlsOases of the Equlne nnd Bovlne n speclalty
Cousults all New iinglaud.
TVTKS. WILLIAMO. MATIIERS
LVX ltAtH DllBBHUfO, SlUJIl'OfHVO
SlAKiconiNfl. 206 l'leant St..
iOKU LIME AND OEMKNT, at
j ana ueniii. .i. u. uuu.Mr
"Jf "Alt? eTi AltTKl DO Ejit U
I.01HN( & CO., Depot
Cflioe nnd resldenee. 442 Maln Stree
xeiephone lfl 2
I SOUTH SHAFTSBURY
P. C. Eddy did not corae home for
Sliss Susan D. Munroo spent Christ'
mas at hotne.
Mlss LeaU Babsori Qf Pownal 1$ vls
itlngr her parents,
A daughter was born to Nathan
Ross and wlfo last week,
Miss Blancho Sllvervlsited at 0. E.
Wentworth's on Xmas'day.
Mrs Wm Marsball goes to vlslt
aunt near Boston this week.
Ed Hastlngs and wifo of Rutland re-
cently ylKited friends ln town.
Edmund J, Beagle and wlfe Vlsited
in Sunderland last Tlmrsday.
Jesso Eddy returued to hls work .ln
Pittsfield on Monday mornlng.
Mlss Grace Morgan has gone to vis
lt ber mother llvlng in Brandon.
nerrry Johnson of Eaglo Bridgq .bas
been visiting rolativos ln town.
Mlss Susie Bennett passed last week
wlth her parents in White Creek.
P B, Mattls0n passed Xmas wlth
hls parents in North Shaftsbury,
Henry Johnson of Eaglo Bridgo was
a guest of F.)L. Mattlson over Sun
Loroy Wenlworth of Glens Falls, N.
Y., vlsited his paronts a few days
Theschools in this vlllago opened
on Monday raornlng nfter one week's
Miss Mary L. Hastings returnsto
North Adams on Saturday where she
Jesso Eddy has returned to Pittsfield
aro passing Xmas with bis mother,
Mrs P. E. Rico.
Tho buslness meotlng of the V. I.
soclcty wlll be held on Wednesday
evening, January 3.
Missos Mary nnd Jennie Hastings
and Sarah Colo vlsited Mlss Iono
Eddy on Tuesday,
Louls Mattlson ts a guest ofbis
aunt, Mrs C. P. Chapin, at Waterbury,
Conn during this week.
Rev Morrow, representlng tho Antl-
Saloon Leagtie, will speak here Sun-
day morning and evening.
Nearly snow enough fell Monday to
mako slelghlng, Tuesday was a tnlld
winter day, 20 below treezlng.
Miss Mabol Allon, after a Uireo
weeks visit with friends ln town, loft
today for her homo ln Schaghticoke,
Another ontortainmont under the
nuspice of tho Vlllago Improvoment
soeiety h undor immediato contempla-
Hiram Eggloston was in town ono
day last week ln tho intjrost of tho
work in hand on the Gilbort lnanion
Mrs G. A. Robbin3 nnd aon, Goo,
spent Christmas ut her daughter's,
Mrs S. E. Hawkins, Rev Robbins was
unablo to cotne.
J. B. Wheolor and wlfo of Rutland
and A. N. Kcefe and wifo and two
chlldren spent Christmas wlth Martln
Murray and wifo.
Miss MllIIo Galusha is at homo ow
ing to tho stoppage of tho mill work at
Bennington, also Miss BerthalTartt
is home indefinltoly.
Mr and Mrs E. B. Canfield enter
tained at Christmas dinnor, Mr and
Mrs H. I. SpalTord of North Benning
ton, Mr and Mrs Frank CanDold and
daughter, Nollle, of Arlington.
Tonight in Cole Hall, Thos L. Finn
will give ono of his shows. Admission
ten conts. Finn wlll be retnornbered,
having been hero a week in sumrner."
John GordQn, jr., wifo and daugh
tor of Hoosick and Chas Gordon of
Mechanicville passed Xmas at tho
homo of hls fathor, John Gordon, sr.
Mr Gilraoro of Manchostor has tak
en tho rallroad statlon hore, Mr
Marshall after niany yoars of faithful
sorvice hero goos to North Benning
ton. Soveral young peoplo woro enter
tnined at tho homo of J. T. Fredenburg
on Thursday ovening of last weok in
honor of tholr son Harry of New York
city, who was homo for tho holidays.
Rev G. A. Kerr's pitrlshoners nro,
'glad to know that ho ls gaining moro
strongth upder hls physieal treatment,
we wieh it might bo rapid, ashls
presence would bo hailed wlth glad
ness ampng his (lock. They are raak
ing oxtra offorts to keop together wlth
out thelr tonder shophard.
Election of olllcerB for tho ens'ilug
yoar for tho Sunday sohool took place
last Priday eveningt S. E. Hawkins,
supt: R. A. Moon, asS't sunt, Pearlo
Barton, sec; Miss Clara Hawkins,
ass't sec; C. R. Hawkins. trous; Geo
Hnrd, llbrarian; Mlssionary" elpetion
gavo Mrs R. A. Moon tho .presldency;
Mtss fidlth Harris, sec; Mis9 Tsabelle
UiKiinncloui from Ornnp.
Durlng a Mnlilen nnd terrlble attnck of
croup our lltUe gir was unconsclous from
itraiign'ntlon A. I, Spiffonl, postmast'
rr. ChMH'r, Mlch , al adosovof Oi.e Sllnute
Couitb Curc wn mlnilnl-tored-and icpentrd
ottt-n. lt rfilucHd the nwelllng and inlam
matlon, cutthe jnui'usimd sliortly the ohlld
wns retli)geiisy a il upetdllv tofOvpred. It
curc Cougbn. Cold', LaGrlppe, and a'l
Throat and l.uiu troulilev Oue 51101110
CongU Cure ilngi-rM In the throat and chcst
nnd cnahloa tlie lu g to contrlbuii" pure,
beallh glvlug oxygea to tho blood. II. V.
Mr and Mrs Ira Canfield of Rutland
wero ln town Christmas day.
Sylvester Demlng of Ellzabeth, N.
J., was in town ovor Sunday,
Miss Mary Shakshober of Brattle
boro was ln town over Sunday,,
Mlss Ellon B. Canfield of Ithaca, N.
Y., Js home for a two weeks vacation
Tho Cv E, S. wlll servo an oyster
supperdntheir rooms on New Year's
A son was born to Mr ahd Mrs Wal-
ter Viault Monday taorning, Decem
Mlss Jessle Harrlngton of Shafts
bury has been visiting Miss Alico
Thomag D. West and wifo of Albany
woro at F. -West's several days last
Miss Carolino Conklin of Burling
ton has been visiting a few days at Dr
Mr Harris and wlfo of "The Arling
ton" have gono to Albany to assist in
tho Y. M, 0. A. .
Mlsrf Mnrgaret Roi'd and frlend of
North Adams havo beon visiting the
John L. Burdetto of New York camo
up Tnursday anu ren,ameu in town
until Sunday evening.
Mlss Florence Hard and Chas Hard
of Schenectady wero home for tho
Miss Isabello Hlggins who was in
town for a few days returned to Ben
nington last Frlday,
Tho annual meetlng of the Arlington
Social and Literary club will bo held
Monday, January 5, 1903.
C. Ernest Canfield of Pittsfield camo
homo Thursday morning and renrain
ed in town until Suhday night.
Mr and Mrs Robert Benedict and
chlldren ot Rutland have been visiting
a few days at John Morrissey's.
Frank Canfiold and wife and Miss
Canfield passed tholr Christmas with
E. B Canfield in South Shaftsbury.
Thore wlll bo a servlce tn St James'
church New Year's eve. Beglnninjr
at 11:15 and lastlng until a little after
Miss Alico Thompson of Saratoga
ahd Miss Mary Thompson of Ben
nington wero home for a fow days last
Harold Shakshober gavo a party to
hls young friends on Wednosday aftar
noon. A Christmas tree wlth glfts fQr
hls little guestSittnd dalnty rofrosh-
inents served mado a vory ploasant
aftornoon for tho little ones.
Tho children of the St Jamos Sun
day school held tholr Christmas party
at tho Town hall Frlday evening and
was a trreat success, The scholars
with tholr teachers and rector gathor
ed at the hotel from where thoy roaroh
ed to tho Town hall whore thoy found
a largo tree beautifully decoratcd and
brilliantly lighted, around wbich they
marched singing tho carol, "Gatbor
Around tho Christmas Trce." Then
tho children wero brought near tho
stage and tho curtain whlch was down
was tbon ralsed, disclosing aroom,
in tho centor of whlch was a large flre
place. On ono sldo a bed in whlch
two chlldren woro sleoping, on the
other sldo a tablo wlth qandy and
orangos and nearby a basket ovor
flowlng wlth gifts for all. In a mo
ment a veritable Santa Claus mado
hls appearanco down tho chimntind
ho soon emptied both tablo and baskot.
Gamos and danolng finished tho ovon
Mrs George Safford is quite 111
Burton Hard ls home from Man
chester. Honry McDonald of Manohostar is
homo for a vlslt.
C. If. Hard goes to Salem, N. Y.,
to-day for a fewdays.
It is undorstood that the villago
school beglns next Monday, January
E. T. Shaw and hls brother Waltor
ar6 homo frora-Burllngton for a short
Chas Benson of North Bennington
camo up on Saturday and was a guest
at I. J. Warner's. I
A snow squall wlth a llvoly breozo
makes it intorestlng to travol thls
Mtss Elsle Case of North Adams has
beon visiting rolativos hero. Miss
Caso has a posltion as teaohor in Wil
The Biblo Class moets next weok
Tua'sda'y ovonlng at tho homo of Mr
Furness. Tho class mot last Saturday
evening at Mrs H. lt. Lawronoe's.
The children ofboth Sunday schools
enjoyed a tree in the Congregational
church on ChrisUunst eve. The exer
ciees, including tho singing, were wel!
Honry Shaw Adams, Mass.. spont
Christmas ,u hls .unole's, 11. N.
Shaw's. Mrs F. R. Shaw is at South
orn Pines, North Carolina. Mr Shaw
and daughter, Irenp, are also thei-e.
Mrs R Shorwin has kindly diht'-ih-uted
omong hfr friends spr!fe' of huliy
and mistleto from "tho sunny Sou,t.'."
They were sent by her nieca who vl
ited hero last fall, and form a pleaslng
cnntrast to the ' plne and hemlock
boughs of our northern hollday deco
Mlss Eleanor Burt was home from
Bennington on a short vacation at
Christmas. Also, Miss Ella O'Brien
and Miss Susie Grant, Mrs. J. Radley
of Green Island, N. Y., icamo up to
vislt Mrs Stacy. Her nephew, Vanco
Stncy, accompanied Mrs Radley, as
ho had heen to vlslt hls aunt at Green
Island, Guy Stono l-eturhs to Bliss
College, North Vdams, to-day. Leon
Stono has gono to Bennington where
he has a sltuatlon as boll-boy ln tho
Georgo Hapgood ls at M.
good's for a few days.
AHhur Moffet had tho mlsfortuno to
get a sovere klck from a hdrso Mon
Joseph Farnutn . has returned from
Newport, R. I., whero ho has beon
Goorgo Whltnoy, who has beon at
hls fathor's for a fow days, returned
to his homo last Monday,
Frank Batcholdor and son Ralph of
Cambridge, Mass., aro spendlng tho
Jiolmays wlth rolativos In town
Tho oxorolses at the church last
Wednesday evening -""ere enjoyod by
all and the' chlldren did much credlt to
thomselvcs and thoso who taught thom
Honry'n Rcd Cum
uoais on remraies lor a LUUUU or
COLD. We refund tbe prico if it is
not satlsmctory. , Largo bottlcs 2
oenta. 11. A. Quialan, 39tf.
At thla season of the year
apponl to nll peoplo of
Our ments are the bost
to be had and our prlces
are the lowest.
You cnn tell by trying.
0. D, SWBBT
108 SOUTH STREETfl
Rstabltshed 43 years
Offera fcaturcs whlch cannot be found
ln any otber school.
tlundrcds ot graduates placed ln posl
Scnd for a new Wl C'atalogue.
Estntc of Calriif lt. ltrcwcr
Notice of Bettlernent and AppllcaUon tor Dlstrt
STATE OF VEHMONT, 1 At a sessloi
Dlstrlctof BenmnKton.ss.J ot the Probafc
Oourt, holden at the Probato Oftlce, ln Dennlng
ton, lu sald Dlstrlct, onthe lMh day of Deo.,
Present, John V. OaiTiey. Judse.
II. S. liiiigliam. Kxerutor of the Mlato
of Cnlvln II. llrewer. late ot Uennlngton. In
sald dlstrlct, deceased. preseuta hls admlnlstra
tlon neconnt for exanilnatlon and allownnce.
and tnakes appllcatlon for a decree of ilb
tunntlon abd (lartttlon of the estate ot sahl
'vfhereiipon, It ordered by sald Court. tha
sald Accountaud suld appllcAtlon be relerred ti
a sesslon tliercof. U boheld at thel'robateOlllri
atoresald, on tlie .inl day of Jan. A. I). iwa
fnr liearlng nnd decl9lou thereon: -Hfrt
lt (s turthet ordered, Uiat notice therebl
be clveu toallnartles (nterested. by pnbllcattor
of the saint three weeks surce-siilvely In the
Bennington Iianner, a newspaper iwbllshed ai
Bennington, prelousto sald tlme nppolntfd for
hearlng, that they may apiear at sald tlme ann
place, and show cante. lf any theyniay have.
why sald account should not be allowed, and
sui-ii decree mnde.
A record whcreof ls ordpred to be made.
A true rdotd. Att"it,
JOHN V. CAUJJEV, Judge.
A true copy 01 me oninnai iwora.
test. JOHN V. OAKNKY. Judge.
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t GOV'T JAVA
j OKLY 29c j
y J y
I GIBSON'S FANCY MOCHA I
i and JAVA i
OLY 35c J
I I.E.GIBSON 1
I CROCER AND BAKER 8
Jki getable Pr eparationrorAs
Ung tfieStoinachs amlBowcls of
ncas anu nest.toniains nelllicr
iOT HAOftC OTIC .
Apcrfecl nemedy forContlipa
Hon , Sour Stonvach.Diarrrioca
andLoss OF Sleep.
FacSlmlle Signalure or
EXACT copy or wrapper
THE01. CARPENTER & SONS
Deaicr. n BUILDIN Q MATERIALS r - hy,
HENNINGTO.V AOKST3 FOU
H. W. John's ARbestoslalnts, Patton's "Sun Iroof " Paluts.IJo8tonVarnHh Co. Vi
nlsheg, Graphltc Elantlo" Koof Palnt. "Muresco" Wall Coatlng, "Adame.t n,
I'lastcr. "NepoBset" Bulldlng Papers. Lorejoy Scctlonallidders ::: IT1
Harawood Flnlshing a Speclalty. Special Wlndow and Screens. V'
iOfflce and Shop, 277 Union St.
LOSS BY PIRE
OFTTIMES REDUCES MEN OF WEALTHTO BEGv
GARY. POOR FOLKS FREQUENTLY LOSE AL.U
THEY HAVE SAVED IN A LIFETIME THROUGH
FIRE LASTING ONLY A FEW MINUTES ...? .
IS THE ONLY MEANS
has been In the buslnsss 30
u.uoo v.uui1Jtiiin;a. ouiHB ui me iire inuuranco
that he represents are:
COMREMCIAL UNION, NIAGARA. SPRINGFIELD P. Ut to
NtV,,HHSHIRE' AMERICAN OF PHILADELPHIA
LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND GLOBE, NORTH
- BRITISH AND MERCANTILE. NORTHERN,
SUN, UNDERWRITERS, WESTERN OF
.... TORONTO . , . .
Also a home company, ?Tie UNION MUTUAL OFfMONTPEL-
Vermont property. Rates are the lowest
consistent wlth safety.
LIFE te ACCIDENT :
THE NATIONAL LIFE,
AU polloles wrlttcn and Io.scs pald nt this
mypatrons. Nolusuranccnllowcd to oxplrc wlthout due notice to tbe insured, Itry to i
lust bonest lowes promptly and snUsfactorlly to nll conccrned, as uly past rccord ampl? prove
uonsuityour own interosts ana insure wlth me.
Office in Savings Bank Building.
THE. OPINIONS OF
FJ Perfected Ponltnr Fflcd has rr
SELLEK. Have hid tcveral lots ol tliii
the but poultry tood Uiey evcr fed.
Icomider Paje'i Perfected Poultry Food to boan ARTICLE OF GENUINE
MER1T. I cannot remembtr the tlme whtn I erergotmore ecgs from tho same num
ber of hens than 1 have been geltinz theie blustering days In March.
HAKPtR flAZEN, Harttobd, Vt.
My einerience wlth Pace's Perfected
earlierinthe ason to ose it. Shall be
en entlrely tatisfactory. I regret I
lt EARLY NUXT FALL.
L. BROWNELL, Gakattsvil, N. Y.
I have used Page's Perfected PoultnrFood for tle
tst three months. and atn sallsfied ihat lt ls one of the
best foods on tlie market.as well as the ctieaoe&t.
J. D. COULB.PAMUHrsrc, Vt.
I have sold and fed several barrels of Page's Pertecitd '
Poohry Focd the past saon, and tliink lt ihe beu poul
try food on the roarket My hens have laid belttr thls
winter than ever before. I have lieard ONLY WORDS
OF PRA1SK Irom those sihn have iid it.
OEO. F. TANNER, SmmanmJ), Vt.
I began to use Page's Perfected Poultry Food In Jaaiwry, aod the RESULT so
PLE ASED M E that l pronose to btfrln to oie it lo September another season, so as
to hare my hens do their but whtn eggs aie hlgh. .
R. 0. NEVTON, RoaiMTER, Vt.
I have used Pafe's Perfecttd Pouitry Food, and can eheerf ully recommeod It as
the BEST AND C1IEAPEST food on the raarket for laying hens.
I1ARLAN W. CH.VNDLER, Chbstb, Vt.
Ono thlng that I have been especially pleased wlth In Page's Perfected Poultry
Food is that I have had ho trauble thi wlntcr with u. hens eating their egga Some
winters I have had a great daal of trouble along Ihat line, but since using your food
I don't thinkan egghasbetneiten in my heimery. The foodevidentlv FURNISHES
THE ELEMENTS W1IICH TtlE HE.VS NA H RE DEMANDS ln the wir
ter season, and hen itis supplkd she iaa no disire t seek those elements throuch
thedestnicuonofhereggs. CLARBNCE J. FEROUSON, Bukunctok, Vt.
Page's Perfertcil Potiltrr Food Isa good l!er aud a repeater'. We thlnk SALF.S
CANEASILY 15E UOUULED.
F. 11. UILLING1USI, WoorTotx, Vt.
JANUARY 1, 1903.
Tor Infants and Childrea. .
The Kind You Have;
tm oewtAuw dqupant. niwTonnsrrr.
Yard, County St., foot School jfr
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years and represents only flrst,
FIDELITY AND CASUALTY
oftlce. In wrltlng pollclcs I alm to proteo
cood utlsfactton and has been A GOOD
illON BOLSTER, Wkstok, VV.
did not btgin
I Bears the
II SioTia.tnTfl x Jft
flptnficTfP nnrtt .