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THE BANNER AND
Juthjt WlllUtrw and W!fe Have Brv Marrled
Hon Cephas WllHnmsi assistant
judge of Bonnlngton county, and Mrs
Willlama are today quletly colebrat
lng tho 53 unniversnry of thoir mar
riago at thoir horao in Peru, in whloh
town both of thera wero born. Tho day
is also the 74th blrthday of Mr Wil
llama. They havo resided a large por
tion of tho titno in tho saino house,
Tcn chlldron havo beon born to thetn
of whom oight are llving. Mr Wil
llams has frequently beon honored by
hls towna people, and both are highly
respected In thoir uativo placo. The
many friends of both throughout tho
county will jpin in wishlng them
many happ; rcturns of the day.
The Trlbune-Farmor, weekly, whichj
has jumped into prominenco as ono of
the most popular and largely circulat
ed fann papors in tho county, is
clubbed wlth the Ro(oraor at $1,50 por
year for both papors.
Tho Trl-Weekly World and Reform
or ono year $1.05.
Tho Progrosslvo Farraer, The Farm
and Firesldo and tho Roformer, th'roc
papers ono yoar, $1.50.
Address Thk Refokmek,
ACarefelPernsalWllll'roYelU Vnluo to
ETery Bennington Iteader.
Thoavernge man is a doubter and there ls
little wonder tbat tltls Is to. MUreprcscnta.
tlonamako people tkeptlcg. Nowadaya tho
publlc&sks fo r better evldenco thsn tbs lcstl
morjy of itrangera. llcre Is proof whlch
sbould convlnce evcry Bennington readcr.
James Bansett, carrlago raakcr, llving at
203GaKest, says: "Ifldtd not tborouuhly
bellcve tbatDoan's Kldncy Pllls act 89 tepro
aentcd; Ifl had not trom actual expcrleoce
provod that lo my case tbe remedy poaltlvely
dld tbat for whlch I used It I could not be In
duccd to publlcly rceommend thc prepara
tloti. My advlci- tn anyono suft'erlng trom
backncbe or any o( the many forms of tklduey
complaltit is to try Doan' Kldncy PII s,"
Sold for 60 cents poa box by all dtalers.
Fostcr-Mllbum Co , HulTilo, N. Y , nole
'iLJi iui liii: i iii t, uinimi
For Over Slxty Yeara.
Mkb Winblow's Bootiiiso Sl L 1P baibeen uied
bjr mlllluna of mothtr tor tlulr olilldren wblle
teethlng. If dliturbed at nlebt and broken ot
your reit by a ilck chlld nuu"erloK and crylng wlth
paln of CuttlnR Teeth nend at onoe and get a bot
tleof "JIr WlnlowSoothlnjc Hyrup"for Chll
dMnTcethlng. It wlll rcllevo thp poor little uf.
ferer Immedlately. Depcnd apon It, motheri,
there la no mlstake about lt. It cnrei Dlarrhoea.
refulates the Slomach and Boweli.cure Wlnd
Collo, lofteni ths Oumi.rcducet Inflammatlen,
.ndrtrestoncandenerey to the whole yitem
' Mrt Wlnilow'i Soothlnjr Syrup" for cblldren
teethlng it pleaaant to tbe taate and 1 the pre
lorlptloa of one ol the oldest and beit f emale pby.
lolani and nunes In the Cnlted8tatea. rrlce
twentr-flre centi bottle. Bold by all druzglit
throughout the world. Be ure and ask for" Mrs
WIKSLOW'S SOOTIItSO SYRt'H "
Iy noVthe? r5n.cdy knowu to mcdlcal l aclcnco
that wlll io qulck y and aafely do tho work.
lionircst and most obstlnato lrrcgularnieB Jrom
aiy cauao rollcrcd lmmcdlatcly. Successruar.
4 casei wl iere Mhcrshave falled. The rnost Ulffl.
Slt caees succcsaf ully treatod by roal ,and 1 ben.
cflclalrosulM Kuarantcedlnoyerylnstance. So
5lk wbatsocyer. Wo troat hun.fre.U of ladlcs
whom we novcr bco. Wrlto for furlhcr partlcu.
Ur? and fxco confldcntlal adylco. Do nol put . off
too Iong. Alllcttcra truthf ully answcrcd. Ke.
mcmbcr. thla remcdy la absolutely safo undcr
wer-slblecondltlon and notltlve r leave
no aftor tll effert upon tho health. Seutby mall,
rcgistercd. 1)11. J. V . EM110N3 CO., 1.0 Tro
mont at.. lioaton. ,Miss.
Bennlngton'a Faaliionable Tallor.
No guesswork no un
certainty about our
Every bit of work is
dono according to tho
dlctates of sklll and
Every garment creat
ed hore represents the
highost type of artistie
Snappy Sack Suits to
order from' $20.00 up
Tried on in the baste.
C 1. PETEKEN
IllchoRt prieea pald for Scrap Iron,
Mctal, Rucber, Zlnc, I.cnd and Junk
ot nli ktnds. Eutrnnco to Store
houso nt Mill-st lirldgo. Oprn "vry
iridsiv and hatunlay.
A' lroi F. Uoisi:, neonngton, Vt
Sovoral new cases of smallpox wore
reported in St Albans last week.
Robort Wing of Derby out two iln
gors noarly oll wlille cutting up moat
Tho Childs Momorial hail at Wil
mington is boing oponed with spectal
Fred Rushford of Albany cut his
foot very badly with an axo recontly
whila chopping wood.
C. U. Utloy's carrlogo shop in Cabot
was burnea' early Friday morning,
Tho bullding was lnsured for $800 and
Hon Willtam S. Newton of Brattle
boro wtll havo been 40 yoars town clork
of that town tho coming Jlarch. Ho is
8ft years old.
H. Bolding of Nowport foll from a
ladder last Thursday whllo strlnging
wires. IIo sprained his anklo and
broko ono of tho small boncs in his
Stato Auditor Horace F. Graltam,
who has been ili for a week or so, has
now reeovered and was in condition to
start out Monday on an auditing tour
of tho stato.
Harry Forguson of East Braintree
was struck on tho hoad by a llmb fall
ing from tho top of a treo last wook
and knocked sonseloss. No pennanent
Tho schools in Jacksonville are
closed owing to ono of the pupils com
ing down with diphtheria whllo at
school. The victim of tho disease,
Bortha Falrbanks, aged 10, died after
two days lllnoss.
Tho four-year-old daughtor of Mr
and Mrs Proston of North Clarendon
obtained a bottle of strychnino tablets
Monday, while tho parents wore busily
cngnged Jn raoving. Tho chlld ato
sovoral tablets and died in about 20
rainutos, bofore tho physician who was
summonod could reach tho houso.
Ablal Patch, who disappeared from
EaBt Granville 13 years ago, roturned
to that villogo this week, rejoinlng his
wife, who has remained there all thoso
years. His only explanation for go
ing away is that ho was "sick of liv
ingathome." IIo says he has been
living in Maine.
George Howo, the oldost motorman
in tho emnloy of the Montpolier and
Barre electric road, was the victim of
a dangerous assault "Wednesday even
inrr, by a troublosotne Itullan on
board his car. Mr Howe was struck
from bohind by a plpo ard the stem
drivon into his neck just front of tho
right oar and back of tho jaw, a dis
tanco of 2f inchos, and then brokon
off. Tho pipe roachod tho juglar voin
bnt did not ponotrato it and it is
thought if no cotnpllcations dovolop
Mr Howe will recover.
Thore was quito a little oxoitemont at
tho Pond school in Wolls a few days
ngo. A boy named Nolson and ono of
the Marshall boys went to school and
ordered the teacher, Mlss Anna Jones,
and tho scholars to go homo. Then
they startcd for Edward and Dwight
Parks, choking one of them, and then
Nelson drew u rovolver on them. It
failod to go off so he usod his flBt.
Tho Parks boys succoeded in getting
away and ran home. Nelson and
Marshall chased them part of the way.
Nelson is staying at Marshall's and
oltiitns hu has been marrled to Mur
sliall's daughter, age 14.
Sixty-ono head of cattle belonging
toEmerson Leland of Weathersfield
were killod and cremated last Satur
day, and 22 cattle belonging to Cllf
ford Tollea, in the same town, together
with several hogs and hens, woro
killod and burnod Monday. A hord
of25 catilo of A. A. Goodell's in
Windham were also killed Monday.
Tho lurgest herd affectod with foot and
mouth disease is ownod by G, A.
Boynton at GaSsetts, 03 head, which
will be dtsposed of this week. Mr.
Boynton's ls tho last lot and lt is
hoped. that no moro casos will be re
ported. The cattlo commission are
feoling greatly oncouraged ns to tho
outlook at this timo, and it sooms as
thougb the worst was ovor.
I'lnils Way to Llyn T.nnR.
'f bo ctartllng annpuncement of a Dlncovcry
tbat wlll surely lcngtben llfo Is raado by edlt
or 0. H. Downey of CburubtHco, Iutl. !
wlsb to stato," ho writrs, '-tbat IJr Kiog's
Now Dlscovcry for Coii9um)lloa U the nioj
lnfulllble rctnedy tbat I hare ever known for
Coughs, CoUU and (irlp, U's invaluable to
ptoplc wltb Weak Iuqko. llsvlng lliln wou
derful rftiwdy no one nel dread Pneumonla
or Consuuiptlon. Its rellef li Instnnt aiid
ctire certaln." 0. B. Olbson gtianmtees ev
ery 0 ad $1 00 bottle, aod glvea trlal bottle
If you bav been dUappolnterf ln otber
"oousb curM" don't ocnsuri' Jtnmoti'a Enu-
l Kh ( oiiL'b Svrill) Trv It tlrnt. Ihcn vou wlll
wul'p n coniii nrii ufc iticti n rmnp etc
mrv. l.ar.c fn.ttlf onl J." . n. I,. CJibson
Business Finishcd Saturday Morn
in and Tcrm Erided.
Carblne Got Year In House 01 Correctlon For
In county court Wednesday Judgo
Munson sontencod Matthow Carblne,
who plooded gullty to breakiog into a
car on tho Boston and Maino railroad
to servo not less than 12 nor moro than
15 months in tho House of Correctlon
at Rutland. ShorilT Willson took him
to that institutton Saturday.
Announcement was raade that the
case of E. D. Koyes & Co. vs George
M. Remington & Co. had been con
tinued. Divorces wero granted to Cortland
Elwell from Jonnio M. Elwoll, causo,
adultoryj Flora May Parker from Cal
vin Parker; Myrtlo Guertin frora
Frank Guortin, both for dosortion and
refusal to support. Tho jury was dis
charged from further duty Wednosday
aftornoon and recelved thelr pay.
There was an adjournmont from
Wednosday evonlng until Friday. Up
on the re-assembllng of the court, the
case Town of Pownal vs Arthur Mer-
chant was called. Merchant was for
several years collector of taxos and
tho sult is the outcomo of somo dis
agreement over tho amount collected.
Tho case was continued and Saturday
morning court adjourned.
Of thc Marrlat of Mr'and Mrs S. II. Roblmon
Mr and Mrs S. H. Robinson, who
are thesecond longest rriarrled couple
rosldlng in town, quietly colobrated
their 57tli;annlversary Saturday. Al
though among tho older residents of
the placo, they are in good bodlly
hoalth. Mrs Robinson is sorccwhat
lamo from rhoumatism, othorwiso both
are young looking poople and bid fair
to obsorvelmany more anniversarios.
Mr Robinson, who was born in
Greenwich, N. Y., was 70 years of age
on Docombor 14. IIo is a direct des
condant on hls raotlier's slde of Wil
llam Wliipplo, ono of the signors of
the Deolaration of Indepondence. His
father atarted with a party to reinforce
Ethan Allen at the taking of Fort Ti
conderoga, but dld not arrive there
until after tho oapture.
Mrs Robinson, whose muiden natne
was Adellne PhillipS, was born in
Deerfield, Mass. Her aneestors served
through the Hevolutionary wnr. Iler
father lived to be 03 years of age.
The worthy couple vere marrled in
Greenwich whero they resided few
year, then going to Hooskjk, whieli
was thoir home imttl they removed
h6re about four years ago. He is a
carpenter by ocoupation and now dos
considerable work at his trade. Mrs
Bobinson does a large part of the
work uround the liouse. Threo chil
dren have beon born to them of whom
one, Melvin H., is now llving. There
is one grandchlld.
For sixty years both havo been meru
bors of the Baptist chnrch. He is a
Republlcun in politics. Both com
mand the respect and the estem of a
large oirole of friends, who wish them
many bappy returns of the marriage
9100 ltrivnrtl, $10O.
Staib ov Omo, Crf v ov Tolbdo, l HU
LUCAS COXNTY, 1 os'
Fjia.sk J. CHB.VKV nukes oalh that lie Is the
scuior nartnrr of tbe flrm ot 1'. J. Chkmsv .t
Co.. doltiK buimesa lu UieOHyotTolsMto.nmnty
and Btate aforesaiu. aiul tluu nald flrm wlll pwy
the sum of ONE IlUNDltlil) OOLI.AILHfor eaeh
and everj' owfl of Catnrrh tliat canmiube ourti
by tbe uto ot IIali.'s CATAnmt uoitKJ
Fkank J. CitKNr.r.
Hworn to before me and suhrerlbed In mv
preseure. tblssthday of December, A.'Ijan.
SEAlJ NOTAKV l'l'UUC.
Hail' ('(tarrb Cure li taken lnternaltr and
aot dtrertiy ou tbe blood and miiwnn surfaces
of the syilem. Seiul for tetimonlals. free
F. J. CKKNKY A CO., Toledo, 0
Sold by DruggtiU, 76 .
IIhII's Famity I'llls are tbe best.
Hoadacho Curod Froo.
Call hore and got free samplo of
HENRV'B Ucadaobe Powdors. We re
suod tho money on a 25 cont'box if not
futisfactory. D. A. Qululan. 27tf
Bean the Kind You Ha Alwajs Botight
Foot anil Moutli Disease
cirectually prevonted by tho uso ot
(Tho stamford Abortion letnedy)
KIUs all l)lscasd Kmw
Used'on farms of Kx-Seriator
Washhurn, Ex Gpvernor 3Ior
ton, Borden Cimdensed Milk
Co., and many other proniinetit
DUNT RUN 1HSKS if you
lmve atock of any kind.
Sold by J. T, SHURTLEFF,
LARGEST IN HISTORY.
Posiofflce and Exprcti Company'i Christmas
Tho local postolllce ofllcials state
that the business done at tho olflce dur
ing Christmas tirao was tho largest ln
its history. There was nn lncreaso in
tho number of packagos sent out nnd
rocolved, in registered mail, in monoy
ordor business, and Iti ordlnary pack
agos. Extrahelp was employod and
tho.carriors had load aftor load.
The same story comos from tho.ox
pross olTlce, where tho employes la
bored early and lato. The stnlls at
bothofUces areentltled to tho, thanks
of a)l for the speedy and cheorful way
in which thoy sorved thoir patrons.
They wero othorwiso romembered in a
numbor of casos.
One llundretl U.iHnni Ilox
Is tlie value II A. Tlsdalc, Summerton, S. C,
placfson De U'ltfs AVItcb (lazcl Salvo. IIo
say: "1 bad tbe ptles for 20 jears. I trlfd
many doctnrs and incdIeino, but nll fal'cd
except De WHl'a W'ltib Uz SilvCv It
currume " It Ua coinhlnatlon of the brai
Ing propcrtlo- of ?ltch hazel with anilicpilos
nnd emollleiita; wlleves and permnnently
cures b'lnd. biculliiR. Iicblne and protnullni;
pllex, horos, uuts, liri:i!M, C7.'m, t alt rhcum
and all skln dlotmes. It. A. Qulnlnn.
riiHiimonlit Hinl I.a flrlppe.
Coiiitbs cured qulckly by Foley's Honcy
amlTar. UfusefUbst'tutei. Quloian's I'bar-rnaci.
There are probnbly ono or two forgotten friends.
Notlnng better thnn n llne piece of Oliina or a beau
tiful Larap frora our Store.
. A Gift
i Cilti Casb
fl. WIOORE, - 142 NORTH ST,
Now going ou at Levin's, 121 North St and will contimie
durini the month of Deeeraber. As we have removed all
the stock from the Cloak
selves craniped for room, so
your Winter Olothing nnd
low iiguros ns wo have cut
little, throughout the htore.
can't be duplieated for 12 in othpr plnoes. S10 and 12
Silk Petticoats, choict for ") nt this snle.
09 N r VLRf NIGHT IN THE WEEK
H. HARRY LEVJN'S
121 fASORTH street
A Ping Pcng Gjme given n.' every $10.00 purcbasj dunng this Sale
Foar Fiill QuarAt
AMONG THE HUNTERS.
Recordi That Will Make Bennington County
Henry Duproy of Berlin haB trapped
27 foxes this soaaon.
Harry Allen of Reading has cap
turod 30 foxos, 33 akunks, 11 'coons, 2
minks and 2 tnuskrats this fall.
Asa Magoon of Orango has trapped
55 foxes this yoar. Ho has also cup
turod several flsher cats in New Hamp
shire just across tho Connecticut rlver.
The timo to buy Slelgh Roboa ls
whon tho prlcos aro low. Wm H.
Frear& Co, Troy, N. Y., do not ln
tond to carry over a single robe and
so aro offoring them at the following
prlcos: Gray Japaneso Wolf Robos,
plush lined, $4.05 oach. Black Jap
anose Wolf Robes, oxtra size (64x00)
iuches at $8.50. Top-dyed Brown
Bear Roboa, (54x00) inches, every pelt
guaranteed free from dye, at $8.00,
Order by mail if not convonlent for
you to visltTroj .
A I.ir nt htal(f.
If tou know thc n'endld merlt of Folev's
Iloney aml Tr you would nevfr bo wlthout
lt Adnseor two wlll piovent an attnck ot
pnrumon'aor In grlupo. It may savc your
iiro. iuiniatr raaroiaoy.
Store to our store and rind our
now is your chance to secnre
Holiday Gifts at remarkably
priCes On every article, big and
Our $1.98 Ladies' Ilaglans
by money order or express and wo wlll dellver t once
free of charge, rljht to your home,
of SCHWARZ XXX OLD PAMILV RYn WHlSKBYIn plaln
box: nothlni nn box to Indlcate what contenta are.
We take thla methodof aupptylnt; Pure WhUkcydlrtct
to you, becaute we are convlnced If you elve tis an onltr,
you wlll be ao well pleascd that we wlll haVe you for a
0,9 1 tlls absolutely purc powesses remarkably Mlmutatlng
qualltles. We have bullt up an cnormoui famlly trade,
eolely on the merlta of this Whlskey.
You rua no rlskt for If the WhUkey Is not all we
iruarantee It to be we wlll rcfund your money wlthout
questlon. Satlsfled custoruers everywhcre.
A. L. SCHWARZ CO.,
EstablUlied 34 years. Patorson, N. J.
All ordera wt of the Mltslppl P.lver must call for
24 quorti. We pay frclRht
Greaiest Nswjpaper In the World Crltltliei
Charlu II. Bennett.
The Lnndon Timea, the greateat nrd
most rollnbln nowspnpur in the world,
has tbe following in its iu'auo of l3o
coraber 10th : ,
"When Mr Ghnrlos Bonnett firat ap
poared in a Lootloa concrt-room,
noarly a yoar ago, wo praised bim
with some warmtb, nrd we seo no rea
800 now, aftsr his s:cood recital
(givon at Uochstoia-hall on Monday
ovoning), to chango the vordiut. As a
facr, Mr Bennett seems to bnvo rip
ened in tho laet too months, and much
of tbat wbich at firat was promise is
now acbievument. Uis beautiful basso
cantaote volco ia now inoro oven
throughout, nnd ne has roal musical
intolligenco nnd diatinction of Btyle. If
uo ioint out a elight tendency to
hurry ia suoh soobs aa "Kov.-ngo!
Timothous crios. " ftom AloTonrtor's
Koast, and Beotboven's ''Die Ebro
Gotfoa," we have fouod practically all
the fuult thoro is to fhd; for, oxceit
for this tendency, tb performanco of
theso wa quito admirable, aa waa tbat
of ScburnBnn'a "Frubliogfahrt," and
a roraanza frora Verdi's Bimon Boc-cani-gra.
Mr Hont etts vorsatility was
oxbibitod evon moro tmphatically in
two groups of songs, the flrst of wbich
included fliz-t'a delightful "Ohanson
d'lvrcasc,' from La Jolie Fiile do
Perth, perfectlv Burjrf. two Froncb
sours by MM. Guilbard and Hoarion,
antJ Mmo d'Hardolot's ''Trig,te8ao" ;
white tbe second consisted of Nool
JobDBon's "God's Eternity," not a
particularly favorabln exaroplo of this
coniposer's stylo, a clever "Coantry
man'flSoDg"by Mr N. Gatty, Mrs
Boach'a reroarkably expreasive "My
otar," and Hay's "Lass o Ca.'
To theao was ndded, nt tbe end, Haw
ley'B loveiy "Good-Night" by way of
C. D. Simonds roturned to Boston
Hon D. K. Simonds has been spend
ing a few days in New York.
B-r LeRoy Pierce will romain at hls
dental par'ors during this week.
Burr and Burton Seminary will open
for the winter term Tuesday, January
Christmas tree exorcisos wero held
In the Congregational church Friday
C. D. Cleghorn of Now York is
spendlng the holidays with his aunt,
Mlss Jessle O. Hawley.
Mrs Mary Ladd of Groenfiold,
Mass., is visitlng hr mother, Mrs B.
C. Rodgers. Peroy C. Ladd of Dart
mouth College ls also visiting his sis
ter. There wlll be a dunce at Uidon
otwra house at Manchester Contre,
Thursday evening. Goldsmith's or
chestra of Bennington will furnish the
Mr and Mrs Bertrand Lewis of West
Rutland spent Christmas wlth Mrs
Lewis' parents, Mr nnd Mrs John
Stockwell. Miss Roaline Stockwoll
accompanied them home.
Fuel ln this vlllnge ls very .scarce,
oxcept green wood. Coal can not bo
had and dry wood is very scarco.
Wood has been drawn frora Pawlot,
Ruert and Dorset. George StniUi
purcbased a small amount of coal in
Granville, N. Y., which is 23 miles
from this place. The supply of coal
at the Mark Skinner librapy, left from
last year, is now gone anu a carload
of soft coal has been purcbased-
Mrs Kunice Campbell ls recovering.
A now organ bns been placed in the
Mrs Starbuel of Bennington has
been in town two weeks.
Owing to the illness of Rev M. V.
Brown, the Advont congregation held
no servlce Sunday morning.
TheChristuilis tree at the school
house was a success and was a great
credit to the popular teacher, Miss
A New Year's sermon will be given
at the Union church Sunday after
noon. It is expocted that Miss Eycle's.
hymer of Pittstown will be prosent and
Delevun Gardnor, who recontly
moved'horo from Williamstown, has
bden sent to the nouso of Correctlon
at Rutland for 00 days. IIo ussaultcd
The Sunday school year closed Sun-
tfay without any dabt. Tho avorago
attendancc has beon over 40. C. H.
Meyors, tho superintendont. has
The Methodists will hold their an"
nuul donation J anuary 8th. An oy-stt-r
suppor tvill bo served and enter
tainment fumished. It will be an old
The Christmas tree gtven by tbe
Motfiodist Sunday school, Thursday
nigjt was a most enjoyable affair.
The spcaking and singiug wire excel-
lent. The pa-stor and fainily, as well
every soliolar, won well remt'in
tiered. Miss ICittie F liardner, one of our
most popular young jladies, and Prof
HiMert Wataon Glllmore of Royal
.ston, Vii're married Christmas night by
Ri'v Robert H. Wasbburno of the
M'thodist chuix-h. Our congratula
JANUARY 1, 1903.
ANY a man obtains
the only pollsh that
evercomes to him in a
journey through llfo
frorri his laundryman.
A white shirt hides
many a grimy skin and
a' broad, snowy shirt
front laundered by
Wright properly hedged
about with one of Burt
Bros.' eight dollar tults
makes a seven dollar
clerk the peer for the
time being of the coal
baron's son. yHi9
Wright, Tlie laundryman
Steer, Bull or Horse
liide, Calf skin, Dog
6kin, or any other kt'nd
of liide or skin, and let
us tan it with tbe hair
on, soft, ltg'jt. odorless
nnd moth -proof, for robe,
rug, coat or ijloves.
Dut first get our Catalogue,
giviug priCes, and ourshlpplnff
tagsand itiJtructionj, eo as to
avoid mlstako. We also buy
THB CROSBY FRISIAN FUR COMPANY,
116 Mlll Street, Pochefter, N. v
1 WBN8L0 W CRAVEH
Steam and Hot Watar
Heatlng and General
113 North St. Bennington, Vt.
The building lot on corner
Monument avenue and Elm
street iii village of Bennington
Center. This lot contains three
acres and is one of the most
sightly and beautiful jn the
village. The water maiu and
sewer pass the property.
The property can be pur
cbased at a very reasonable.
Property sold, rents collected
and loans obtained on reason
nble terms. Special nttention
given to the collection of rents
and general care of real estate
for non-residenta. If you de
sire a loan on good real estnte
se.cunty, call and see me.
Chas. N. Powers
Iteal Eatate nnd Xoau ARrut.
Savings Bank Building, Bennington t.
T ADIES' &
It Is pleasant to feel
you are wearing the
best, and what adds
such charm to wom
en's attlre as a smart
H24 North St. .
A remedr whlch flnds Its orlitln tn tho rrencrtp.
tlpn ot the worlil famous ph;lclan, Slr Andrew
Clnrlc. of London, England. Ho doctor In hl (ton
rratlou attalnel (ireatcr he iKhta tn tho mcdlcal pn
xealon. 111s nauio and faiw galnM prnmlnenoe In
thl eoantry through the rrces reporU of a ladstone'a
Cureaat Drpepsla Tablets arelnro nnra a patcnt
medlelnft. Nono of the ilruin of whlch the tablets
aro loado l polsooous or uanfreroa. Thelr wwn
rterfut innrrr to curo oonnuu, not In the Krint
strwmth of the dram. bjt In tho perfect proDut
tlonof eachriniirlnthotBMft. 1 '
We iruarantee (nstant rolleror raoney wlll to m
funded. The only bldltlonal helrx to a prmanent cure are
a caretul dlet and Cunttal CoiuUpatlen Tabltta. If
Jliny euSerera wrlto usdallr.
. Y9?r. Coresal Dyspepsia TabW aro
flnfc I am troubled very muoh wKh tour tiinin
ad tlM tblt relievo me. Pleue flad ufty ceats
. tat two ?aom boxes. '
Watertowu, N. Y Jnn. a, l .'l
fhTO uxk! MTerat ktad of Pwpsla
Betrwr trutlv onni.
' tiui .UrrnK-v
KotnicogramaT.oaeAei)talii,'t one tab.-t
teltotbeitoqr. Prlop oejiu.
CURESAL TABLBT CO.,
St. Albans, Vt
SoldbyO. E Olbson.