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THE BANNER AND REFORMER,
MAY 23, 1908
A complete assortment ofVthe most
wanted kinds. All the values are
good many extraordinary
White Linen Shirt Waists
A coraplote line, botli plain and embroidered. All of them
Thc Opcra" brand.
Plain all Linen WaistS, very serviceable and atylislij
Mexican Hahd Drawn Linen Waists iu a variety of patterus.
Five Dollar Waists, , r v,
Hand Embroidered Linen Waists in new designs,
QUACKENBUSH k CO.
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THE BANNER AND REFORMER
Will be steadily improved the coming year. It is the
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two exceptions. If you do not have it in your family you are
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225 Main St. Bennington, Vt.
WHITE CHEEK, N.Y.
On Docoration Day, Moy 30, nt 1
o'olook in tho worninc, public oxor
olsos will be held in the Metbodist
ohurch. Tho school childron from
Dlstricts No. 1 and No. 2 will asalst
In tho program. Rev. Geo, K. Mnyor
will dolivor tbo nddreaa.
Tbo Whito Creok baso ball cino will
play tho nino from Shaftsbury Dopot
Batnrday. May 30, nt two p. m., in
Noxt Suoday at tbo Mothcdist
cburoh tbo morning subjoct will be
"Tbo Mlniatry to Obildron" and tho
evening subjoot "Homoly Vlrtuos. "
B. B. Stovens ot North Hoosick,
raanufacturer of the linost of wnll pa
pers presented to tbo Whito Creok
Jlothodlet church a genorous aupply of
papor to adorn tho walls. Tlio church
in its new mantle is vory beautiful.
A Suro Thing.
It is aaid tbat notbing ia auroexcept
death and taxes, but tbat ia not alto
gother truo. Dr King's New Diacov
ery for Oonsumption is a suro cure for
all lung and tbroat troublea. Tbous
and3 can testify to that. Mrs 0. 0.
VanMotra of Sbepberdtown, W. Va.,
says: "I bad a sovere caao of Uron
cbitla and for a yoar tried everything
I beard of, but got no roltef. One
bottle of Dr King's Now Discovory
thon curod me abaolutely. " It's in
falliblo for Croup, Wbooping Cough,
Grip, Fnoumonia and Oonsumption.
Try it. It's guarantoed liy 0. E. Gib-
son, Druggist. Trlal bottles free.
Reg. sizes 60c, $1.00.
Djapepala Slakea Ono Arntld to IZat.
It wblos iut with a hab braidod
from nature's own violated laws. It
turna a pleasure into a torment. Out
Cal-cura Solvont, Ur. David Konno-
dy's now modicine, cures dyspopsia.
Thon we slt down to a good dinnor
and welcomo or rythiog from the beof
to tho puridlL. wnat a cnangel
Write to tho Cal-cura Comnany. Rond-
out, N. Y., for a free sample bottle.
Due nollce is bereby served on tbo public
Kcnerally tbat DeWltt'a Wlich Hazel Satve Is
the only salve on the market Ihat Ia made
from tho pure, unadulterated wltch hazel.
DeWltt's Wltch flazel Salve has cured thous
ands of cases ot ptlea that would not yleld to
any othcr treatment, and thla fact has
brought out many worthless counterfells.
Those pmons who get the genulne DeWltt's
Wltch Hazel Salve are ncvcr dliappolntcd,
bccausc Itcuies. B. A. Qulolan.
Slany Chlldreu are Nlckl)-.
MotherGray's Sweet Fowders for Chltdren.
nsed by Motlier Oray. a nurse In Chlldnm's
llome. New York. Ilreak up Colds In bours,
cure KoTerbbness, lleadache, Utomach Trou
bles, Teethlng Dlsorders and Deatror Worms.
At all drurclsts. 3Sc. Samnle malleil KHHK.
Auareas Aiien a. umuieu, ixuoy, a, v.
"Fvc Losl Tcn Poands"
A man 8ay. "Look at this," And be
over-laps hls coat to show how loose it
ia. There are soine people who can lose
fat to advantage, but the loss of flesh is
cne of the accepted CTidences of failinir
health. As fleah-malcing proccsses bcgin
i" iuc Biomacn, so
there is loss of
flesh we look first
to the stomacb for
the cauac. And
the cause is gen
erally found to be
dlsease of the
atomach and di
gestive and nntri
tive tracts, result
Ing in loss of nu
trition and conse
the lost flesh by
curing dlseases of
the stomach and
other organs of
digestlon and nu
trition and ena
bling the perfect
digestion and as
almilation of food
from which flesh
and strength are
My wlfe wa for
flrt ytara troublcd
with iodlccitloa qf
tomach and boweli,
bloatlnr and tevtre
tht tntlre' flva ytara, wrilti Mr. f. Milton
Unjer. of HcConnelliburf , Fa. "Hcrheatt wu
aChcted, and the took a purfatlve cyot feir
daya bul only rtcelred timporary Tfllef, She
gol Ttry pcor Ia flcih and I bought one bottle
of Dri rlerce'i Ooldrn Uedtcal Dticovcry from
oor drucglst and afttr UMng it the uld be fclt
llkt a new womao, Ilai no more trouble with
tomach nd boweli, and haa o pln nor bloat.
Ini, Haa gatncd fiftetn pounda in welgkt."
Dr. Pierce'a Pleasant Pelleta cure con
tipation and biliouaneia.
A t .o-year old heifer, owncd by E.
G. and A. Vt. Norton of Vergennes re-
cently gavo birtb on their farra in New
Uaven to a mouatrosity. It is about
as largo as a year-old bull dog and tbe
head, tail and body closely resemble
tboso of tbat nnimal. Tbe legs are
sbort liko tbosti of a dg, but imteatl
of claws this freak of nature is pro-
vided with boofs. Tho houy ia per-
fecfly formed and tbo skin, whicb is
covered witb balr ot a dark brown
color, ia like tbnt of n calf. It was
born dead but measuroa have becn
taken to preservo it and tbe Messrs.
Norton aro tbinking of baving it
CIIALLHNOK FIIOM XV. t. COItAV.
Offera to Hefiiml Jlony If Ilr Moward'a
Sjietltlc AV1I1 Not Cure Any Caa of
Comtlpatlon or Dyiixpaln.
W. L. Ookay Ij iceklng tho worst ease of
dvspcpalaorconstlpalton In Bennington or
vlclnlty to teat Dr Howard's new Speclflc for
tho cure ot tbosa dliraara. .
Take advantage of W. L. Gokay'a ehalleoge
and spcure a bottle of Dr Honard's Spfdflc
at balf prico, wljh bt peraonal guarantee
to refunj your monev It it doea not belp you
There Ia no nced of auflerinK with constlpa
tl"l. dypptla or Iher dlsfiue when you
can gct ilxty dosf s of a tcintltle medielne
for their cure llke Dr llowaru's SpcelUo for
the auiall aum of 36 eentg.
A fire year-uld daughter of Albert
lliera, a Waltham farmer, wns aoci-
dentally shot and killed by ber eigbt-yott-ol(l
brother at tbeir bome Satur
day. The boy bad been sont to the
houee by his fatber to g t a Il-calibre
revolver. TIib ball lodged in tbe beid
of tne little girl, vrbo was asleop on a
bod in tbe room, killin(r ber instantly.
The Drat block of uarblo from the
oe quarrr at Glarendon was drawn
to tho new mlll of. tho Rutlnnd-Plor-ence
Mnrble Coiupany.in Rutland Krt
day niubt, and wns snwed Batutda)
morning. It weighed eighttoneani
is of excellent grade.
We wnnt n bo'v
In everv town o
workforusafter I evn
school Iiours and W ps
Over 3000 boys
now at the work.
Some make $10.00
to 15.00 a week.
who is willtng to devote a few
bours cach week to this work can
earn many dollars aelling
Amottg neighbors nnd relatives. He
can begm at once. Absolutely no
money requircd to Btait. Write us
to-dny and tve will stnd the first
week's supply of ten copies frte.
These are sokl at 5 cents each, and
will provide capital to ordcr the next
week's supply at wliolesalc rates.
$225 in Extra Cash Prlzes Nezt Month
Booklct contalnlni; pbotOf;raplito( omo
o( our most succeastul bov agtnn, with
Ittteta teltinjc how they wotk, sent free.
TheCurtla Publlahlctir Comcanr
488 Arch Street. Philadelpbia, Pn.
IN HUB MARKETS
Quotations on the Leadlne:
Producrs In Demand
Bosron, Mny 25. Butter has bcen
rather more qulot, with recolpts lncreas
ing nnd Now York easler. Trlees baTe
thus far becu malntalned hero, how
ever. Northorn fresh, rottud lets, 23
23i4cj westorn, 23'?i23Hc; Vermont
dairy, 2123c; renonited butter, 16
10c; Jobblng, lc more.
Now cheeso is in fair demnnd; old
cheesc is about cleaned up, l'rlcc-s nre
steady. Kound lots, 3ld, 14HS'l0c;new
choeae, 12i413cj jobbing, liQ-c
There is nothing new In the egg rcar
ket Oholco lota brlng full pricc, but
supplies nro Ilberal. "Ves.tern fresh, 16H
17c; storago packed, 1717Hi'; eost
ern, 1810c; Jobblng, lc to lc blgher.
Bcans are flrm both here and in tbo
country and prices have becn ndvanced.
Carlond lots, pea, $2.45: mcdiuui, $2.45;
yellow eya3, $2.702.75; rcd kldiieyn,
?3.2rQa.30; Callforuk small white,
$2.05; Jobblng, 10c more.
Tho warm weuthcr and the Hbcral
eupply of fresh frult has had n depress
lng effect upon the apple trade. Trices
are cnsy, with the demind qulet. Baid
wlns from cold stornge, $2.50!S3; No. 2,
all klnds, ?1.251.50; russeU. fVd3;
northern sples, $23; MalneBwi Davls,
$2(22.50. Small lots and Jobblng, 60cQ
$1 per bbl more.
Tho recclpts of slrawberrfes bnve
been more Ilberal, tbe total for the
wook belng 30,101 crts. I'rices have
ruled low, quotations Iwlng S.gl3c, nc
cordlng to quallty.
rotatoes hold steady, with a fair de
mand and full recelpts. Grcjn inoun
talns, OOQDSc; hebrons, 80c per bu;
York statc, Green mountnlnx, 7R2S0c;
westcni round -white, 7075c; Dakota
reds, 70c; new Floridas, f4.50f(S per
bbl; Jcrsoy swects, bskts, $l;southcrn
white sweets, $1.50i.7B.
Bunch celcry Is offering at C0c3?1.25
Onlons nre flrm at: Egyptlau, bgs,
$3; Bermudas, $2 per crt.
Hothouse tomatoes aro quotodat!24
15c per lb; soutbeni, $1.50((?2.25 per
crt, with musbrooms nt $1.60412 per bx.
Cucumbers i 1! nt ?l.fjOl per bx for
hothouse, all slzcs.
Yellow turnlps sell nt $3 per bbl;
white Freneh, $3 per bbl; whito ilat,
?l per bx; bcete, 60c; carrots, 50(3rT5c;
pnranlps, &XgKc, ogg plants, $3 per
Cabbages, Norfolk, sell nt M.25Q1.75
Squasbos nre quoted at $40 per ton
Lettucc sells at 25fj00c perdoz;rad
ishos, 10c per doz; nilnt, 75c per doz;
crc-ss, 35c per doz; sahlfy, $1.50 perdoz;
lecks, 50c per doz.
New strliij; boans sell at $3Q4 per
crt for wax nnd $84 for grci.
Asparagus I quoted nt ?2fl3 for
southern large btmehos, nnd $1..KV22
per doz for natlve.
Splnach Is quoted at 12fct5c fivt
bx for uative; knle. 15c ir'lix for na
tlve, artlehokos, $1.50 per bu; parsley,
hothouse, $1.25 per bx; dandclions, 75c
per bu; beet green, 40c per bu; native
beets, 75e$l per doz bchs; bunch
onlons, 50c per bx.
Bormudn potatoes Job nt $55.50 per
bbl; Florida potutoei, ?4.notrr,: horse
radlsh, $0 per bbl; peppers, $2 per crt.
Cholc by is searce and iuIcos nto
flrmor. Tbe drougbt promlses to sorl
ously affect the hay crop. Straw is
qulet; mlllfeod Is flrm. Cholcc htty, $22
23: No. 1, $17010; low jjrmles, $14
15 and up; ryo straw, $17-ft20; ont
straw, $fgl0. .
Pork'prov'Ions nre easler, with sowe
cuts marked down. The weelv shows
conslderable Incrense In the marketln
of hogs, In comparison with tbe re
cent past aml nlso last year.
The unusunlly beavy recelpts of frvsli
beef have bnd the predlcted res-u!t, nnd
prices have deellnwl. Scarcely nny
tblng Is cbolce euough to l)rln over
7 3-4c for whole ctittle Tlin demnnd
Is only fair.
Cholco Ininbs are mmpwhat easler,
but prices nro stlll very Liab. with
only a modcrato demand; vinls are
stVtdy. fprltiR lamba, 12l.Jf, with
somo cltoicv Kcntueky at 143o;
jenr)ltig!, l(V310iic: niuttons, nif?tOe;
vwtls, lOfnic, wltlt some fain-y hlgher.
There is a quiot mnrket for poul
try, with prices steady and unchiiiigcd.
Western turkeys, fnwen, lS(2tie: lccl,
10c; western fowl, Iced, iVffiUe;
frozen western fowis, 13He: wwtein
frozen cbickens, 14.l0c; fresh killed
northern ehlckoits, 25g28c; frnsti killed
northern fowls, 15J(tc; brollutN, f.Ov
35c; westpru broilwrs. 25aOf. liqiialj
brollers, per palr, 75O03; sjirinv
dllelts, 20V2,lc. '
Tbo Armour whbut Interest in t'bi
cngo has attraetctl ntteiitiua b.v twi
son of a llurry in May 011 Friiiny nnd
good siipport of '.ntly in fnceof grtntly
Improved wentlier. Kansas nnd tbe
soutlnvest geiiorally Ims hnd itbiiiidnut
inolsturo, but up to Thurstlny nljjlit tho
Oliio Mtlley was so dry ns (o (-ju-m
genernl anxlety .iinong tho tmdf.
Oootl sliowers Pnve now fallea tlwi-.-.
however, rellevlufr the situatlmi mtt
ly. I.ow tempertttures iii tl notth
west enrly in the week dlsjppeuroil
wltbout oxtejiditig to winter wheat
fiec-tlons und linve boeh replni;ed by
wnrui, sbowco1 condltlons.
Tbe stntlsticnl positlon ln the north
west, 011 tbe other lituid, is stich ns to
proniotc consldentble bulllsbness nt
Mliineupolis riiid Dulath, wherc prices
have been relntlvcly flrm, regurdtess
of lrregularlty at other polnts. Slln
iieapolis wheat stoclts alone bnve de
cri'itsed over'l, 000,000 bushels for the
week. Interlor reolpts h.tvo been
smnller thnn last woek nntl Boaliourd
Making Quilt aL84.
Mrs. Annie Rentz, of Reading Pa., Who'is' 84
Years of Age, Is Young as Twenty Years Agotf
and Is Now Busy flaking a Quilt, , Which
Shows She Possesses VigorEyesight
and All Her Other Faculties?
JTra, Assiz Restz, ei Years Old.
Oentlomen: Iam8tyoarso!l,andbivoboenusingyourDuiry'sPnroMalt "WTdsker
for anumbcr of years. 1 jool as well today as 1 dld twentyyeara ago. 1 must rive your
eicellent Mhlakey tbecTodtt. My appetito is grand, and I rest so well. Idonotwear
Blasscs: my oyoslght la very clear. 1 am now busy making a number of qUilts. Jf 1 do
eay It, thero are very few peoplo who can handlo tho neodle and turn out as flno work as I
can. Slncerely yours, Hrs. Ahkis Ilr-vrz, 9."j3 N. 11th St, Reading, Po. BeptlljlfXB.
OUFFY'S PURE MALT WHISKEY
ht an absolutely pnre. gcnllo and invlgoratine stlmulant and tonic. builds up the nerva
tlsJues, tones up tho heart, clves powor to tholjraln, strength and elastlelty to tho muscles
and richnosa to the blood. it brfnca into actlon all tha vital forces.it mokea dlgostion per
fect, and enables you to cot from tho ood you eat tho nourishment it contains. It is ln
valuableforovcrworkedmen, dollcato women and slckly thlldren. It strengthens and
sustains tho aystem, is a promotor of good health aad longovity, raakos tho old youne and
JtWrSS Pscribe, and 2,000 hospitals usa Dufly's Pure Malt TThlskey oxclusfvely.
CAUTION hen you ask for Duffy's l"uro Malt Whiskey bo suro you get the, genu
lno. Unscnipulous dealers, mindf ul of tho ercellence of this preporatlon, will try to sell
you cheap Imltatlons and so-called Malt Whlalcey substitutes which aro put on the market
f.PJJPV' and which, far from relieving the sick, are positively hannful. Demand
Uuffy s." and bo suro you get it It Is tho only absolutely pure malt whiskey which con
tains medicinal, hcalth-glving qualitlcs. Look for the trade-mark, "The Old Chemist,"
oa tbo labeh
Itla tht only whljkcy reoognlzed by the Oovernment aa a medlcine. Thla is a gaanuitee. If yrn
N.i. 1.00 per bottle. Jledical loklet
Half the work will be
saved if you have tlie
proper iraplements to worlc
Wmslow & Remmgion sell the best
Fanning, too, is made
easy by the moderu farra
ing tools andfarm machin
ery which we sell.
Winslow & Remington
428 MAIN STREET
M. B. Midtlleton
ARCHITECT ANO CIVlL ENGINEER
Room 4, Hawks Block,
Bennington - Vermont
I wlsli to Inform tho people of Bennington
that l am runnlng a publlo conveyance around
towii Urdcra cni bo left at Vlko's market by
telophniio, MorrtMoy's grocery atore, North
and l'leasfint 8ti.. a 1). Sweei's market or Fox's
blacksiintli shop ou Deoot St.
FMntft of Erin J. Budk'h.
Notice oi Scttlement and Appltoatlon for
STATR OF VEHJIONT, ,,1 At a seMloa
Ulstriet ol llemdnston, ( ot tho 1'robaU
Court. holden at the l'robate Oftlce. In Uennlng
ton In aald Dlsirtct, on tbe 4th dny of May,
A l., IB03.
l'rosent John V. Carney, Judiro.
J. Oncar Banjpi. ailmlnlstrator of tho ostata
ut Krln J. IatiK4 late of Detinlnetnn ln saln
Dlstrict, docea.ed. prescnts lits ndmlutatratlon
account for examliiatlon nnd ailownnce, and
makes nppl Icutluu for a decree of dlstrlbution
and partltlnn ol tbe estato of sald dcceased.
Wbereupon It la ordered by sald fourt, that
tald acooimt nod sald appllcatlon be referred to
a sesilon thereof, tube held at tho ProbKto Of
tlceaforetald.oathe 23d day nf May. A. 1). 1903
for bearlni; nnd declslon tbereon: And it ts
lurther ordered, that notice thereof be plven te
all Kirtles Interested by publlcatlon of thesamt
thrce weeks succeslvely Iu tjie Itanner nnd Ite
former. a newspaper published nt Bennington,
nrevloua to sald tlnie ppolnted for heartng,
that they may appear at ald tltne and place,
and al.tw causo If any they niay have, why aatd
account should not bo nllowed, and auch decree
A record whereof Is ordered to be made.
A true record.
Attest. .lOllN V. CAHNEY, Judge.
A truo copy of tbe oriidnal record.
15W3 Attest. JOUN V. UARNKY. Judge.
DAIRYMEN and FflRMERS
You oan get a QOOD PKICE for your MILK
cWopdVaI?? " 10 NKW
The underslgned, admlnlatrator ot Uio estato
ot Catherlne McKale. under and by vlrtueofa.
lleense granted by the Probate tJourt, wlthin
aad for the Dlstrict ot Bennington, State of
Vermont, will sell at publlo auction on thBSOth
day of May, 1903, at 10 o'clock a. m. ia front of
tbo premlses. No. 330 School street, ln the vlllage
of Bennington, all the rlglit, tltle and interest
of the estato of Catherino McKale in and unto
the followlng descnbed propcrty, lo wit i
Bounded on the north by land of I-eon ta
marre; on the east by Schooistrcet, so called, ln
vlllage of Bennington, Vt; on the south by
landa ot Marshall JJ. Clapp; on the west by
landa owned by the ltoman Catbollo Dlocese of
Ternu of sale casli.
CHAni.Efl N. POWEUS.
l6n-3 Adrn'r of the Est. ot Cnthertue McKale.
Estate of Adali E Burber-
STATE OF VBRMOKT, ) In Probate
Dlstrict of Bennington, as. I Court, held at
tbe Probate Oftlce Iu Bennington wlthlu and
for sald Dlstrict on the Hth day ot .May, A. D.
Present, John V. Carney, Judge
AKlssTitUMEST, purporllng to be the last
WIU and Testnment ot Adab E. Uarber late
of Bennington Iu sald dlstrict. deceased. belng
presented by O. M. Barber, the executor,
tberelii naraed. for probate, It ti ordered by sald
Coutt that all pcrsons concerued theretn be
notlfled to sppenr at a veaslon thereof. to be
beld at the Probate Offlco In Bennington, ln sald
dfttrlet on the 29tn day of May. A. 1). 1903, at
one o'clock In the aftenioou. amlnhow cause, If
any they have, agalnst tb. pi obate of sald Will ;
for wblnh purpuse It ts furthcr ordered. that
this order be published three wceka sacces
alvcly In tbe anutr and Reformer. a news
paper printrd at Bennington, ln this state. pre
vloiii to a ld time of bearlufc
By the cnurl.
16v3 A"tftit. JOHN V. :ARNF.Y. Judge
I n ihe Matte' nf Ida M. Becker.
STATK OF VERMONT, i ln Probatt
Dlstrict of Ileuisngtoo. ss. I Court, held ai
the Probate onc In t.uupliigton wlthin and lor
the Dlstrict of liennlngton aforesatdou the lGth
dny of .May, A. D. 1903.
Present, John V. Carney, Judge.
Coraes into Court Id.i M. Beektrof Bennlng.
ton iu sald dlstrict and nies in tsald Court the
followlng li'atniment, ln writlug under her own
haudan seal, vlz:
STATE OF VERMONT, l.
Dlstrict of nennlng'on, ) ,3,
Be it remembered that I, Ida M. Becker of
Bennlngtou in the cpunty ot Ilenuingtou, will
hcreaftcr be known hnd called Ida May Shaw.
Inwltness whereof I hcreuuto setniyhand
aud ?eal this 10th dar of May. A. D. 1903.
1DAM BECKER. (Ij 5.)
STATE OF VERMONT, 1
Distrtct ol Bennlngtou, i ss
ln Bennington. Ia sald dlstrict, and at a ses
aton of tlra Probate Court. wlthin and for sald
dlstrict, on the lBth day of May, A. D 19 '3, per
sonally appearei the abovo named Ida M
Decker, and noktinwledged th foregoing In
strument ln writbig by her slgnea and sealed,
to be her freo act ana deed.
Bcfore me, JOHN V. CARNEY, Judge.,
Whoreupon 1 1 Is ordered by sald Court that the
sald Ida M. Becker cause notlco ot sai i instru
mentby publlcatlon of a copy nf the record
thereof nnd tlils, the order ot sald court thcre
on, three veeks sucoesilveiy ln tho Banner an'i
Reformer, a newspaper prluted at Bennington,
ln sald dlstrict.
A record whereof ls ordered to be made,
A truo record,
Attest, JOHN V. CARNEV, Judge.
A true copy of thn o Iglnal record.
1TW3 . Attest, JOHN V. CARNEY, Judge.
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