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THE BA.NNERAND REFORMER,
JANUARY I, 19O0.
K15XT "WEEK AT SPECIAL PRICES
29C A POUND
3 1-2 pounds ron $1.00.
m i i ', T-i" " 1
Banquet Coffee has been tbe standard of excel.
lence in. Bennington for. years.
, ,' . . -v"
never btitter than now.
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' WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER
SANTA CLAUS SAYi
"For years I have beon unable to get just what
I wnnted for my good Bennington friends, but this
year I have observed that GRISWOLD has about
everything I shall noed except grocerles and wear
lngapparol, and I moan to fill up my pack at hls
store. Here are some of the thlngs thathe has whlch
exporience has taught me aro tho best appreciatod
by my friends everywhere ln all condltlons of life.
Books for young and old, Bibles, Fanoy Wrlting
Paper and Statloncry Arttcles, Engraved Vlsltlng
Cardj, Dlarles, Chrlstmas Cardsand Noveltles, Stat
uary, Pictures, Plcture Frames, Art Noveltles and
Brlc-a-Brac in great varlety, Talking Machines, In
door Amusemonts and Fireside Games, Air Rlfles,
Muslcal Instruments, all sorts of sporting Goods to
tlckle the boys,, such as Air Rlfles, Boxlng Gloves,
Stiklng Bags, Exerclsers, Footballs, etc; ln fact ev
erything up-to-date ln
Burt Wait of Greonfiold ls spendlng
the liolldays at liorao horo.
Mlss Mary Barron of Nashua, N.,
H., spont tho pa8t woek vlsltlng hor
Unole, Rev A. J. Barron.
Mlss Bessy Tillany has beon con
flned to her slsters horae, Mrs Walter
Townsend, with LaGrlppo cpt ls muoh
Mlsses Linda and Aa Bahan and
Chaa Wordon spont Chrlstmas with Mr
and Mrs B. A. Wordon InHooslck
Tho regular meetlng of tho Fort
nlghtly will bo hold ln the Congrega-
tlonal chapel Saturdpy aftcrnoon, tho
subject belng, Educatlon, "Our Nolgh-
bors and Thelr Ways." Tho com
mitteo in chargo is Mlss II L. Nor
ton, Mrs Warren Morso and Mlss h.
Rov A. J. Barron received a mes
sago Sunday ovenlng announcing the
sudden doath that afternoon from
hoart dlsoaso of his oldest brothor,
who was a resldent of Chlcago. No
partlculars wero received. The de
ceased had frequontly vlslted horo,
whero he had raado a numbor of
friends. Pather Barrojp left for Chl
cago on tho raldnight train.
A family reuuion-was hold at tho
hoine of Mr and Mrs N. A. Kennon on
Chrlstmas day. About 30 childron
and grandchlldren woro prosout, also
a sister and a brother-ln-law of Mrs
Kennon, Timothy Ilarrlngton and wifo ',
ot Wilmington. Thoso prosont from
out of town wero Mrs P. E. Smlth and
son Frank, Wm Kennon and wifo, Mr
and Mrs Fred Lyons and two son, all
of Greonllold, Mass. Thoro woro two
Christrnas treos woll loaded with gifts
for overyone presont and woro distrib
Uted in the evening.
Mr and Mrs J. C. Colgato, who with
tholr family aro spendlng the holiday
soatson at Ben Vonuo, their summer
home, gavo a Chrlstmas bntortainntont
for'the employes connoated with , their
ostablishmont Thursday nighC Tho
spacious ourriago room, whicli had
been trimmed with overgroons, etc,
was used for Uie occasion. Fitty per
sons wero present, and from a large
Chrietmus tree usoful presonts were
distrlbuted to old and young. There
was music and other amusemonts, with
a supper. all of whicli wore thoroughly
onjoyed by those ln attendance, inolud
ing the givers of tho evuning'a ploas-ure.
In HkI Fniir )rk with 1a Grlppe.
We have reci Ived tlic following letter from
MrHey Kempof Angola, Ind.: "I was In
bod four weeka with la itrippe and I trled
many remedlea and spcut toiiIdrrab!o for
treatment vllbpurlclau9.butl rcoelvfd no
rcllof untll I trifd Foley's lloncy and Tar
Two mall boitlfg of tDU intMilcinc curcd me
and 1 now ue lt exo uMvclv In my fniully."
Tako 1.6 substilutes, Qulnlan's I'narniioy,
MOW IN PROCRESS l
February 1st we take inventory. Previous
to that date we shall dispose of all merchan
dise possible. We have made a deep cut in uhe
prices and one that will clear our racks of
in a hurry. This cut extends through every
department in the Bazaar. It will pay you to
anticipate future as well as present wants
while this great sale is in progress at
Chas E. Sweet of Boston vlsited hla
parents hero last week.
Mlss Letty Cass of North Adama
was at home to spend Chrlstmas.
Michael J. Kelly, now located ln
Albany, vlsited his mothor in this vil-
lape last Thursday.
Harry McKeon, who is now locatod
in Chester, spent Chrlstmas at his
home-ln this village.
Norman Edgcrton and Walter Nov-
ils, both of Schonectady, vlsited tholr
homes hero last woek.
Thomas Caitwrightcamodown from
Chester last week to spend Chrlstmas
with his sistor, Mrs 0. W. Harwood.
Frank Smlth of ' Branch-st, night
watchman at Bradford's mill, vlsited
frionds in East Wallingford last weok.
An Itom ln tho New York Sunday
papors stated that Trenor L. Park is
havlng a new 43-foot yacht bujlt for
cruislng on Long Island Sound.
A. W. Haff, for somo tlme connect-
ed with the Metropolltan Llfo Insur-
ance agency at this place, has re
slgned and taken tbe position of book-
keepor for H. W. Myers.
At a luncheon to sovcral young
ladies glvon Chnsttnas day by Mrs A.
P. Chllds at her homo ln Castleton,
formal announcemont was made of tho
engagemont of hor daughter, Mlss
Loulo C. Shermanto Ralph Lancastor
Smlth of St Louis, Mo.
Leon B. Parker, for several years
with tho Natlonal Express Company
horo, has been promoted to a routo
agent between Albany and Montreal.
Whllo congratulatlng hlm on hls pro
motion, his many frionds will regret to
havo hltn loavc hls position horo.
Thomas Morrissoy and John Gibnoy
havo purchased the grocory stock of
the Remlngton store and assumod
chargo of tho storo Monday morning.
Mr Remlngton will roraaln with tho
now flrra untll the attor become ac
qualuted with the trada aud old
'A olean, tasty meat murket ls as at
traotlve to the average customer as a
largo. and Inviting dlsplay of moats.
Wlien both ure combined there ls noth
ing furtlior to bo desired, save right
prices. For thoso tliree reosons th
'Old Corner Meat Market" stands pro
eminent. LuteISvans of Branoh-st was tho
vlctim of tho Sevonth ward chieken
thievos last weok. His roost was 21
fowls short one morning and Mr Evans
soon discorored a plausible cluo. Tho
oulprits will probably bo apjjrohended
in a short tlme as dBtectlves aro now
working on the oao.
Mr and Mrs Riohard Atwoll spont
Chrlstmas with his paronte, Rev and
Mrs J. L. Atwoll in Fair Haven. Mr
Atwell Sr., was for two years pustor
of the Methodlst ohurch hore Mrs
Richard Atwoll was the daughtor of
former Secrotary Fullor of tho Y. M.
C. A., nnd I103 raanj warm friends
B. A. Preyer, who forover four
years has beon gonoral suparlntend
ont at the Bradford KnlUingmill, hns
retired from tho position. Mr Preyor
has beon ln poor hoaUh some tlme
which ls tho causo of hls rotlrement.
He hopos to spend a part of tho winter
in the South. Ho came hero from
Cohoos and made hlmsolf popular with
tho omployeos of tho mlll.
Olln Scott will comploto from hls
works this weok a shipmont of about
$'25,000 worth of pulp maohinory with
which to equip a mill in Nova Scotia.
Elght car loads havo proviously been
shipped. In order to got out tho job
in tlrao, nlght work has been tho order
for some tlmo. Tho plant has been
unusually busy tho past year, havlng
made a numbor of shlpmonts to foroign j
countrles of difTerent grades of ma-chlnpry.
NewUentury Oauifnrt. '
Milllona ar ilally fludlng a world of com
fort ln Bucklen'8 Arnlca Salvo. It bf lls pala
from Burns, Sealdn, Cuts, Orulcea; cooquers
Ulcera and Fover Soics; curcs Bruptlons,
Salt Ithcum' Bol's and Felon ; reiuoves Corn
and warts. BeatFHe cure on carth. Only
25o at 0. E. Glbson's drug store.
Vc, tho undfrtlgncd, do hcreby agrco to
refunil tho nioney on a 60-cent bottle of
Qreene's Warrautcd Byrup of Tarlf It falls
to cure your couli or cold. We also Riiaran
tee a 25-ccnt bottle to prove eatlafactory or
J. T. Shurtlcff, J. M. Ayres,
O. E. Qlbnn, 1. A. Qulnlao,
C. fT, Ilounbion, North Uoonlngton.
CII.U II. Hawblns, So. Shaftsbury.
O K. Adsms, Arlington
K. 0. Wood wortb, 0. E. Adams & Co
Twenty-six vlewa for 25 ots., at
The White Studlo,
Norton's Wbito B'ldg, Main St
We Have It!
Our Sleepy Eyo Flour has
arrlved, also keep ln stock
Plllsbury's, Cresota, White
Keather,SUpreme, Wise Klng,
Amerlea and Prlde of Niagara
flours. All of tho abovo with
the exceptlon of the Prlde are
the best Mlnnesota spring pat
ent bread flours, made and
the Prlde Is the finest pastry
flour that wo know of. We're
now ready to sell aj. wholesale
OPERA KOUSE BLOCK
We sell coats and vests from
many black worsted suits, noW
we wish to sell quickiy the ao
cumulation of black worsted
&I trousers. There are about one
fjj hundred and fifty pair mostly
$4.00 and $5.00 quality. For
one week the price will be $3.
All sizes from 31 to 46 waists.
EMtate of arnry A. Lanc.
Tlie undersluned, havlng been appolnted by
the llon. I'robsto Court for the Dtettlct of
liwnrilnctnn. (X1MMISSIONERS. to reec've.
oiauilne and adjakt all olalms and demaods ct
all porwmn airnlnt the twtato of.Mary A. Lano,
late of ShaflMiurv. In xald dlstrict. deceased,
and all olalms cihlbited In offet the rcto, heres
btill we have too many black ig
p worsted cutaways so we will M
coniinue ior anoiner weeK to m
give you $5.00 off the price of 5g
H Three hundred new pair of
Ifl trousers have arrived. " Fresh
en up the old coat and vest
i with a new pair. We can fit
any man no matter how bie Hl
m his waist or how long his legs.
p An absolutely cash method en
1H ables us to quote lower prices
H than it is possible for a credit
store to give.
by nlve notlce lUat we will meet for the tur-
noe aforesald, at thedwelllngbouse of ueo
I.iiobinson on tbe in aay 01 watvn tioxi
fmm t o'dock v. m. untll 4 o'eloek p. m.on sr.10
day. und that rix tmintlis from the I5lh day of
SeptcrabOT. A.D. UWUi the tlme llnilted by xald
Court for sald eredltora to preoent tholr clatnu
to us for eiamlnnUim and allnwanre.
Dated at llennlnnton. tbte 19th day of I)ec. A.
d. leoe. . .
N0T1CE 0F SETTLKJ1F.ST ASD APPLI
0ATI0S FOR D1STHIDUTI0X.
Estate of llcnry G- Koot.
STATE OF VKKMONT, )
DlSTIlKJT OF IJBNNIN'OTON, )
Att swion or the Prolwte Court, holdon at
tbe l'robate Offloe In Ilounlngtou, ln ald Dls
trlot. on the ln day of Decemner A. D. 1WB.
I'rewnt . Jobn V . CarDOy. J ude.
CHltijrlnc E. Ibrat und Wllliam A. Koot, ox
eoutora of the estate of Ilenry U. Itoot. late of
DeniUuKVon In sald dlnrlot, deoeaoed, prokonts
htsadmlntsttntlon aooount foroxamlnatlon and
allowauee. and malte appUcatlon for a deerec
of dtatrlbullon and parililon of the esialo of
sald deo-a8ed. Whereuuon, It te ordercd by
Mktd Court, that sald account and sald applloa
tlon be rolorred to a sostUon thereof , to be h;ld
at the I'robute Offloe aforosutd. on the )6thoay
of January, A. D. forhearlntf and tlecMon
thoreon : And lt is f urthor ordercd. that notlce
thereof be glven to all partles interested by
publloBtlon or tne same tnree weom mucoosh-
ily ln the lUnner and Reformer, anewsiwper
ibllshca at, llennington, previous hj saia ume
poiutcd for hoarlng.that they may appcar at
fd tlmo and p'.aco, and show cause, It any
ther mnyhave, why sald aeoountihould nol be
allo w ed. and such deerec made.
A rooord whcreof la ordered to be made.
A true record.
Attest. JOHN V. CAUNEY, Judge.
A true copy of the orlglnal record.
Sl Attest, JOHN V. CAUNEY. Judge.
"THE OLD STORE"
QUACKENBUSH & CO.
Have Been Famous For Their
FACTS! FACTS! FACTSI
The very latest and the very best in Pootwear,
consisting of .' .
Shoes for Ladies
Shoes for Men
Shoes for Girls
Shoes for Boys
Shoes for Children
ALL SELLING ATABSOLUTE GOST
NEW HAWKS BLOCK
Opposile Methodist Cfiurch,
for over seventy years, and today the eame high
standard of qualities is rigidly adhered to. We
place on sale today a npecial lot
Scotch, Cerman and Irish
Damask Pattern Oloths at
Greatly Under Value.
Geriiian Damask Cloths
2x2 yarda for
2x2 yards for
Satin Damask Cloths
2x2 yards for
2x2 yards for
2x3 yards for
Scotch Damask Cloths
2x2 yarJs for
2x2A yards for
2x3 yarda for
QUACKENBUSH & COMPANY
TROY, N. Y.