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THE BANNJER A.ND
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Steer, Eull or Horse
hide, CaU skin, Dog
skin, ci any olhxr ktnd
of l.:.'e cr c'::u, aticl let
un tan it v.'i Lh the hair
on, poft, V. 'ht, o.brlcss
ruTr, coat cv glovcs.
liut Iirt gtt our CnialosTie,
ftMug j'tlct i, uaii our :,hi.-)pifis
Uftsaml lntnictjo!u, so as to
avuiit mitlakes. Wo also buy
raw fure tuu elnscns.
THB CrjOSBV TRIStAN FUR C0A1PANV
Ji6 M .tnrt. Rochester, N. V.
Are now ready for your
Call and leave your or
der. ' .
Baker aud Grocer.
that is most fastidlous ln hor
dress can be fltted coinplete at
BERNSTEIN'S. Ho has just
recelvcd a full llno of tbo latost
fall styles ln dress goods, and
hls renown as a workman and
fltter is well known.
I24 North Strcet.
Kigh Grade "Columbia" Underskirts
Madeby the Colunibla 8kirt Company. ofNew
York. They also inake "Columbia" Hafety
BelU and Hose Supporters, Sutrt Walst
Holders, etc. A postal wlll brlng samples,
prices, eto. Mrs.M. C. Klock. 447 Maln street,
s tbe auent for Bennington and vlclnltv
The best of horae-made
Corned Beef Mutton, Poul
try, Belgian Hare.
Eatate of CharleB Houran.
STATE Of VERMONT In Probato Courl
Ulstrlct ot Bennlngtou,s.i I beld at- thn Fro
bato Offlce ln Bennington, wlthln and for
satd Dbtrlct, on the tst day ot IXo. A. D.
""p'resent John V. Carney, Judge.
An Instrument. purpottlne to the last wlll
snd tealament o( Cbnrles Houran, late o( Beu
nlngton, ln nald tftttrlct, dactased betng pre
sented by Wllllam Honran. the oxeutor thcre
In n&meil, (or probato; it U ordered by tald
court, that all pcrsona concerned therein b
uotlfled to ippear at a aesslun thereofr to be
hetdat the Probate OOloe in Dennlngtou, ln
ald dlstrlat, on the 18ih dav ol Deccmbcr.
A. D., lora, at 10 o'clook ln tbe .forenoon, and
ahoweatMe,Mi'y they have, agalnrt the pro
bato ol aald wlll; for wbioh purpose H ila
further otdered, that thN order be pubUhed
threftwk8 juccesslTely, ln the Jlftnner aiwl
Keformer.anewapaperprlnted at Bennington
ln thls staie. prevluus to nald tlnie oj hearlng.
BytbeOourt. ...... . .
Atien, Jolm V. Caruey, Judge.
Thls 1 to cortlfy that I hare thls day glven
ray son, Wltr II. Wbltman hts tlme durlng
hls mlnorlty and I shall clalih none of hls
waccs or pay any debts of hls contraotlng
after thfs date. Dated thla 'rth day of Nov.
1903? CHAItLKS H. WI1IT1IAN.
Hlgheflt pricos pald for Scrap Iron,
Hctal, Ituobor, Zlnc, Iad and Junk
ot all kindg. Kntranco to Storo
honse at MUl-st brldge. Open cvery
Friday and 8aturday.
Addrcss p.0. 110x812, Uennngtoa, Vt.
1 aally admltted to bo tbe bert ot aU
tronchltU, 1 grtppe, lamenew, ore
.11 Mn .rnl Inflimtnb
UUKIHl ilu-la (w .
Uon ln any Ktft of tlie txxlr. Talto
tntenudly or uks extenutlT. nt and to nU.
I. K J0U56OJ CO., ill 8.r Strttt, .,
. nifVSTiAT.lt At RON. corncr North and
A. ItlverSts, Excluslve atieuw for the ctlo-
' hratftd "Qiifen Quallly" Shoe for laclles. ntitt
1 "XnB I'aoKarU" snoe lor men. uiiKosvauuiiu'
est slioo sitock north of the inetropolls.
I)il8UAI.K & SON, comtr north and
A . lllsor Htjj. Ilpnlers ln llrv Ooods. Mcn s
Fwnlshlngs, Clcaks, CareU, Curtalns, WaU
I'aper. Autnts for Stanilard I'atterns. Buslwt
w if tnriTwn t.pn it4 Tl a rn t Rt
1. tora of Llvery and Feed Htablea. All
crades of Coal at reasonable prices always on
hand. Klist-class llvery rlgs. Llght ami heavy
BennlnEton Center. Vt, Attorhey and
Counsftlor at Law, ,
M. C. KLOCK.
Fltter and Sollcltor of Flna Contets.
Sklrts, Novellleand lloslery Oftlce and flt
tlng rooms 447 Maln street, Bennington. Vt,
ABT E. PAftTRIDOE, M. 0.
umre ana residence, m nam Biree
JAMES H. 8II.K, Otllce and shon 101 l'leasant
Bt, Contractor nnd bullder.
LUNUKRO AN8 North Street Dlnlng Rooms.
Neatly flnlshed and furnlshed. board by
day or wefk. Uome-made eooklng a.speclalty
MUS. WILLIAM C. MATHEItS.
IlAHl DRF.88INO, SnAMPOOIJJO AND
MAKinnniNO Pleaant St , ttr nnlngton. Vt
HT.COTTIIELI. litor.,JI3Maln Bt Caet
4 cleanlne. niakmg and lajlug. I.lnolcum
and mattlng lall Carpets cailed for andre
turned treo ofcharge.
HJ. POTTER, Jn M. D.. B08 Maln St,
Physlclan and Surgeon. Offlce hours
8:30 to i30 a. m.. 1 to 3 and 7 to 8 p. m.
It. SI1EUMAN KIMHALI.. Osteopathlst,
416 Alaln St,, Bennington. Vt, 11 tot Tnes
days and Krtdays. Consultatlon and llter
ttture frce. Nortlr Adams Offlce tt Qulncy St '
T) OBERT E. ORENNAN, D. D. 8., Offlce In
IV llawks ItlocW, JlalnSt, Jlodcrn dontlstry
tu all Its branches.
ILLIAM 0. BULI Bulldlne Archltect.
Ftrst NattonafBank Uulldlng.
I? N.SQUlRE,rost omce Bulldlne Dealer
, . ln wxtcbea,CIocks. Jewelry, Hllverware
(solla an.d p atfd). Cnt flla.V. Umbrellas. Art
warf , ChafliiK Dlsnes, Vencilan Lamps, Vases,
Placques, (Jold Pens, etc-
Theannual meetlng of tho stockholdert of
the Bennington County Nntlonal Uank of Bea
nlngtun, Vt, wlll be held ln thelr bnnklnir
rojms on Tiiesdi.y, the 5th day of Tatuary
1004. at 10 o'clock a. ra. fnr the nurise of
elcctlng a b ard of Uireclors for the cnsulng
yearand to cnnslder such otlier Uuslticsf. at
may come before It,
CLEMENT II. CONECashlor.
TO BUTCHERS AND HIDE BUYERS
Wo wlali to purcbasd joUr Ilides,
Calfskins, Sbee.i I'elte, Tallow nnd
Bones. ' '
We advance tnoney if dsirid.
Wo pay apot caab.
We pay tho freigbts.
Wo pay full market values.
Wowantagents everiwbere to aoll
Page'a Parfectcd Poultry Kood aml
otber pnultry supplins.
For furtbor jar ticul.ira. aorireas
0. 8. PAGE, HYDE PARK, VT
TO THE LADY OF THE HOUSE
llow abotit tour curtalns? AVe laund
er ali klnd. at SOt' pf r palr. Warranted
nottobutnrn. 's wash aud Iron nny
attlu'c from a hitndkt.'rcbluf to a com
p ete house furnUbliiK.
Bennington Custom Laundry
J. F. CAMP, Prop.
(Watfh fo R-d D-llver VVor.. -
Smnrt dressers wlll flnd our
Fall Suitings, Overcoatlngs
and Pants absolutoly corroct
in style and quality. Gar
monts that leave thls p'nco
havo the appearance of the
swollest city tallors and at
about half thelr prices.
Exponses ln thls buslness
are llght. t
Personal attention glven to
the executlon of all orders.
Thls oxplalns our lowest
prices and superlor work
manshlp. Satisfaction guaranteod.
Our Buslness 1s growlng
rapldly and our cuatomors
are well satlsfied. Somo day
everybody wlll .Hnow we
make the best clothes for the
money ln town. then you wlll
be happy, so wlll we.
C. W. PETERSEN,
The Up-to-date Tailors,
Second aad Thlrd J 1 7 Maln
Street over riulllgan and Roche'a.
FARM FOR SALE
Known as the Loron Sher
wood farm, containing 106
acres, sltuated ln the. town of
Hooslck, 2 1-2 mile8 from No.
Bennington, well watered,
good orchard and all neces
sary farm buildngs: Inqulre
of'Mrs H. F Lamb at No. Ben
nington or J. B. V. Quacken
bush at Hooslck Falls.
Nevr of the Towu aud TllUge Told
Ilrleflr 'or Buay Ilendera.
Mrs W. I. Ba'lloy of Holyoko, C6),,
is Bpondlnff twd wooks withhor slswr,
Mrs J. Ed Walbrldge.
Supt and Mre A. W. Varnoy
spondlng a few days ln Jlew York.
Mr and Mrs Fred W. Spearhavo
begun housekooplnft ln tho Bowon ten
qmont on Muin streot.
Tbo annual meeting of Monuraent
Jodgo, K of P. wlll bo held Wednes
day ovening January 0, belng post
poned ona week from tho rogular datc.
Stark hpso company at a speoial
meetlng, voted to "extend Invltations
to the membors'of tho board of trustees
and to R. S. Drysdalo to the roast
plg suppor to bo glven by tho company
on the ovening of its annual meetlng
Tuesday evening, Januury 5.
Tho telegraph announcca that Mrs
Mary Rogora is to bo hanged ln a Ver
mont town forindrdering berhusband
Thls leads Mrs Lysander John Apple-
ton to nppear today wlth a card, ask-
in tho noblo womon of Kansns to
ariso and demnnd that Mrs Iiogers
wear bloomers to be hanged in, tbat
wlll rcach'to hor anklon. "Wo can not
pormit any vulgar dlsplay of lirabs"
says modest Mrs Lysander John Ap-
pleton. Atchlson Globc-
Mrs Margarot Dwyor is vislting hor
son in. Bellows Falls.
Tho graded sohools wlll resume ses
Bions Monday, Jan. 4.
'Mr and Mrs H". I. Norton and child
ro'n aro ln New York for a few days.
Miss Anna Nash has been spondlng
soreral days wlth frionds in Arling
ton. Rev Philip Schuyler is qut qf town
for a fow days vislting his mother in
Pelham Manor, N. Y.
Robert U. Mattlson has bcen obliged
by illriess to glve up hls work in New
York and return homo.
Gcorgo Rust of Waterford, N. Y.
has been spendlng a portlon of the
holiday season wlth friends in town.
It is expected that Charles II. Den
nett wtll spend a portlon of the suramcr
at homo. At last accounts Mr Bennett
was ln Edlngburg, Scotland, whero he
was dlrectlng tho prosentatlon of the
Oratorlo, Tho Messiah.
Mrs Georgo Davls is visitlng her
parents. Mr and Mrs A. B. Goodrick
Mr and Mrs Frank E. Whltman of
Stlllwator, N. Y., aro the guests of
thelr parents, Mr and Mrs Thomas
Mr and Mrs E. E. Ward of East Ar
lington aro vlsjting thelr cousln Er
Stark Uose Co , helda ruoetlngMon-
day night for tho purposo of organlz
ln ga basket ball team. Thero is every'
Indlcatlon of a good team. Tho cap
tnln has.not yat beon elected. B. N.
Estabrook was elected managor of
Mr and Mrs 0. R. Sanford went to
New York city to pass tho holiday s
wlth thelr daughlor, Mrs William Jed
nlngs. Mr and Mra Daniel Hurley had a
iinely decoratod Christmas trce for
thelr chlldren and grand chlldrcn
Mrs Fannlo D. Sralth of Unton st
has bcen condnod to the houso ,the
past wcek by a sprainod nnklo.
Dr A. G. Honohey of Troy, a formor
resldent has been spending several
days wlth hts slster Mrs William
Mlss Alico Abol of Eaglo Brldge Is
the guest of Mlss Florence B. Marcb.
Charles McCartby of Schenectady,
John McCartby of New Haven, Conn.,
Mrs Videl and Joseph McCarthy of
Burlington spent Christmas with Mrs
Charles McCarthy at 'M!i Divlsion st.
Mlss Agnes Healy of, Gage st has
returned to Troy after spending tho
holidays in town.
John E. Healy ia In Manchester and
Arlington on buslness.
Tho Basket Ball gatne scbeduled for
Tbursday nlght has been cancelled by
Cambridge on account of the slckness
of two members of tbo toam.
Mrs F. E.-Vall was oalled to Proc
tor a few days ago by the Ulness of a
son who is connectod with the Ver
mont Marblo company.
Wofry, Caro, Grlef,
Overwork of mlnd or body, exposure,
loas of sleep, too tnuch food, tpo little
food, the wrong food, or any of flfty
causes may provoke an attack of rhou
matlsm, kidney trouble or trout. On
first slgns use Dr David Kennedy's
new meaiclne, Cal-oura Solvent, and
writo to the Oal cura company, Ron
dout, N. Y., for a booklet and free
IC01I0I Dyapepaiat Cnr
digess all olasses of food, tones and
Btroopthe.'OR thestom&cb and digtstive
organs. Oito9 dyspopsla, indiKcstioo,
stomacb trnublos, and makes ricb rcd
blood, baalth and . strength, K0O0I
Dyspupsia Oufe rubuilds wornout tis
sues, purifles, strengtbena and s.veet
ens the stomncb. Govornor G, W. At
kinson of y. Va,, says, "I havo UBrtl
a number of bottlos of Kodol Dyspep
aia Cure and bave found it to be vor.v
otTeotive and indeod a powcrful rom
edy for stomacb nilmonts. I recnm
mend it to my friends," Sold by B.
DO NOT DCSE TIEE STOMAOH.
Cnre Catarrli by Naturo'a oirn Slelhod
Nearly ovory oto who baa cotarrh
knows how fooliab It is tp try anti uro
it by dtugging. tbo'stomaah! TQmpd'r'-
arv roiiof may do givon, but a, ouro
Beldom comes. -'
bavo said tbe ouly way to cure qatarrh
would be to bave a cbange of climato;
but now with tbe Hynmei you can car
ry a hoalth glvfrg climato In your vost
pooket and by breathing it a few min
utes four times a day soon ouro jour
Tbo coDoplote IIorooi outflt' costs
but $1,00 nnd consints of nn i'nhnlir
tbat can be carrlod ln tho vest pocltet,
a modlclno dropperand a bottle of 11 j
omei. The inhaler lasts a life timp,
and if nn bottle dues nOt cure, an os
tra bottle of Ilvomoi can be obtaioed
furSOcents. It is the most econoaii.
cal of all jremedlos advertised for tbe
cure of catarrb, and is tbe only nne
tbat follows nature in her roethnd of
treating dlseases nf tho rosplratory or
gana. Wm. L. Gokay has sold a grcat many
Hyomel outQts and tho moro bo sells,
tbe more convinced be Ib tbat be is
porfoctly safe in guaranteeing to re
fund tbomono; if Hyomoi does not
Charles Cutlerhas removed to Ben
nington. Wlnter zephyrs in Wood
ford aro too heavy for "Cholly."
Albert Knights is a good steady
faithful stago drlvor. Mr Cotton did
well when ho engoged Albert.
Edward Adams has movod from
Ferndale to Slab City, and is, in the
employ, of MUrk Hnrbour. ,
, Mrs.J. F 8mtth?has boen a guest of
Rgbert Srnlth and wlfo ot Bennington.
Eiaiqr pinwiddlo pajsed two days
last week with hls slster, 'Mrs, Artfiur
J. Dewoy of Bennington'.
Miss Amy J. Caton, formerlyl a
toacber in Woodford, iS'now teachlng
in Wlnchendon Sprlngs,' Mass.
A man over ln Searsburg clalms that
ho ralsed a pumpkin last suramor so
largo that he us'ed one halt of It for a
cralle to rbck two of his chlldren ln.
Thls may seem strango to Wdodford
pe ple but ln a town not a thousand
mlles away, two fdll grdwn policemon
wero foiind sleepingon aslnglo beat.
Mlss May Russell had a Christmas
treo at tho'close of her rchool. The
puplls and others wero genXjrously re
membered. Mlss Russell was tho ro-
cipient of a flne gold ring from Mrs J.
F. Smlth. Clara Adams had no &
senj raarks. Florence Pratt was ab
gont 1-2 day,
"I have used Nutriotone for
five ycars and like it very
mucb. It alds digestion, keeps
my cows healthy and dolng
well. Pleasc shlp tne 100 lbs.
more at once." H. T. Baldwln
Dealer ln Llve Stock.
Wells Rlver, Vt.
Wecouldn't aell thouaandj of the
most progresslTe horee and stock
oTnera of the country year after year
for many auccesslre years If Nutrio
tone dld n't brlng tbem porfltable re
sults. Order a barrel or half barre 1
now for trlal of your dealer or to ahlp
W. D. OARPCNTEn CO.
38 kink aLoa. syhaouse. h. y
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE
Wlll sell or wtll exchange f r personal prop
erty nr merclwndlw of e-ery deserlptloo,
Daellings, Hulldlng Its, Parms and Hoal Es
tate of all kttds.
Have several swell front housrs. also several
bulldlng lots located In Schenectady, N. Y. 'Wlll
sell or wlll exchange lor property ln Benning
ton and Tlclnlty.
Telephone i-'t JOHN NASH
To.the Ladiei of Bennington and vlcinlty.
If you want a sutt, cape, or alteratlons done
and cleanlng and presslng cf all klnds at reason
t'ole prices you wlll always flnd a nlce llne of
gomls and samples at
Ijidles' Flne Tatlor.
tso North Ht. Bennington. Vt.
DR. LAWRENCE LADD
. . Dowllng Bulldlng ...
NORTH ADAMS - - MASS.
Jjjp T),t Great Srtt"
1 NSUP 1
At grocers, 10c, 25c, Wo tlna,
CORN PRODUCTS CO., jOF
Mk New York aad Chleago. jfftp
A'R-.'&A. B. Hawklns htivo had
tho lorgest Christmas thaf. they havo
ovor had. S. E. Hawklns has been
asslsting thom ln additiori td'the two
clerks they havo.
Miss,Allco Johnson, a slster of Mrs
P. 0. Eddy, was' hero on Christmas
Tho remains of a former townsman,
John Bolton, Wefe carried through
horo on Thursday for hurlal'at Center
Shaftsbury whero his wife was buried
several years ago.
Fred Eddy was in Cambridgo Wed
nesday at work on the Llbrary oases
for the new Llbrary,
Miss argarot Granes of Sunder
land spent Christmas with hor aunt
Mrs L. W- Cole, her mother came
Clarenco Moon Is on the sick Ust.
Mlss Katheyn Vlrgil, typewriter at
tho Eaglo Squaro Company's offlce
passed Christmus in Whitehall.
G. Bron8ori nnd' family, Mrs Wm
Cole, Georgo E. Buck and farnlly and
Mrs Mary Galusha were ln attondance
at tho funeral of tho late Robert Mont
gomery. Mrs T. H. Dunlap was at, the home
of H. M. Bottum Wodnestlay.
Mlss Nollie Martin has closed her
school fora two weeks vucation.
Mr and Mrs T. Amldon and Mr and
Mrs John "Huntington cailed on Elmei
Amldon Saturdayevenlngand recilnd'
ed,bim that he had a blrthday once a
W. H. Reod is spending the wlnter
with' his son, Ciayton.
Miss Hattlo Center of West Shafts
bury js spending a few days wlth her
grandparents, Mr arid xMrs A. Amldon.
Theolection of offlcers of the En-
wprth, Leajguo for tho coming year re
sulted as follows: President, Rev W.
E. Thomson; 1st Yico.prps, C. S. Matt
lson; 2nd. vico pres. Mrs R. A. Moon;
3rd vlco pres, Mrs Sarah Carruth, as
soclato, Mrs C. S. Mattlson; 4th vico
pres, Pearl Barton; Secrctary, Mlss
Kothrlne Virgll, Treasurer, Arthur
Millington. Organist, Miss ClaraHaw-
kins; Choristor, R. H. Mirflold; Us
hers, Harold Colo, Clifford. Hawk ins
Herbert Bentley spent Christmas
Glens Falls, N. Y.
Alvah Roberson is bome for the
hQjldBys with hls father M. G. Rober
Ml9s Belle Hurd from Boarfown has
been spending a week with hor uncle
M. Z. Hurd.
Tho Ladies Ald society, netted near
ly $13.00 at thelr social Thursday oven
ing of last week.
Miss Carrio Snyder wcnt to Man
chester to see hor father on Thursday,
returnlng tho same day.
M. J. "Corey was lit town on Wed
nesday of last week, looking after hls
Interests ln the store.
Wm HamlltOn Jr,, who was takcn
111 whlle homo on his school vncation
from Castleton is improving.
Clarenco Mears got quito a serious
whack, on hisback, whilo loading logs,
but Is now able to get out of doors
Mrs Colo Stickles and little son
John Started Monday for Kankakee,
111., where Cole has a posltton and is
Miss Jenet't Wilkinson and William
Skidmore who are very soriously 111,
do not gain as thelr friends would
wisb and Mrs Jcromo Stlll, contlnues
nearly tbe same.
Nows was recelved In town last week,
that Mlss AnnaHoyt of Mount Morrls,
Mich., had tbe mlsfortuno recently to
sllu, whlle walklng on the icy walk,
to fall and break her unkle.
The agod mother of Abram Knapp
was buried Sunday from the Union
Tbo Methodlsts beld no sorvices
Sunday owing to the Bevere storm. .
C. A. Potter and wifo of Granville
are at Jobn Summer'a.
Miss Mabel M. Barber of Benning
ton assistod at tbe Christmas conccrt
The week of prayer beglnning Jan.
3 wlll bo observed by speclal meetlngs
at tho M E. Cburch.
Merrlt Gardner is i'uttlng runnicg
water in hls farm bulldlngs.
Micbael Hilllard Is dolng carpenter
work in Ppwnal.
Mead Brownell was a member of the
Rogers jury at Bennington.
Nothtng Mor Danjceroui
Thnn cuttlng corns. Tho Fo'ot-Ease
Sdnitary Corn Plastors cure by ab
sorptlon. Something entlroly now.
Tho sanitary oils and vapors do tho
work. Sold by all drugglsts, 25 cents
or by mail. Sample mailed f roo. Ad
dress. Allen S. Olmsted, Leroy, N, Y-
Womon love a clear, healthy complex
lon. Puro 'blood makes It. Burdock
Blood Blttota mttkos pura b lood,
Frqm now until further noticat,we will GIVE
HOME TRADING STAMPSoii every 10c worth
of goodB bought and piiid for at our tvyo storea. ;
1 J i
We have made preparationa for a liyely Ohmtmas
- ' bii8ine88 and have a complete aasortment of useful and
HE COMBINATION CASH STORE
Uvely Days for
Our Tov Store is readv.
old and young. There are surprises on every hand and
ingenioUB new fashioned Toys that fasclnate children of
all agta and sizes.
First there is a snleudld
girl will want to cbme and
riue jjoufl can uuve tiouses, Uarnagef, AutomobiipB,
Trunks, Swinga. Cradles, Beds, Bath Tubn, etc. The
'little housekeeDer will be interested in Oook Iovhh- StR
of Dishes, also Block$ Books, Jron Toys, Sleds, Rocking
'Xiorses, ana iois 01 otner tmngs trom Santa Ulaus.
iNow a word to those
'Glaes Ware.., Dinner Snffi.
j, -' rjj T ' v"wj Pwa.(M(r jyo aAA
'Saucers, W?ater Sets, Wjne Se,ts, Vas'ea and Novelties of
oll l.Jrr, X7:11 jr'.'il.J -r n
muuo, r 111 vvu uuuaiucr
John H. Moore
does make hens Iay. It certalnly Is the best cgg producer. No red pepper
or any Irrltant tliat temiorarily warms' up the fowls and then leaves them
worss off than before, A gcnuine food that keeps hens healthy and makes
The value of our Food has been proved in thls State. We have numerous
testtmonlala of the hlghest character. They aro from well-known farmers and
pouUrymen risht here ia New England, people you know or have heard about
and whose word b gilt edge.
We guarantee satUfactton and stand back of every pound we shlp. Your
money back If you aro not satisfied. "Ve want an agent ln every village.
Send for our booklet ; It contains testimonials, prices, and full partlculars about
our liberal inducements. Pago pays the frelght
RGMEMBER PAQE'S U the ONLY PERFECT POUI.TRY FOOD.
It is tho one kind that really makes eggs.
CARROLL S. PACE,
&0SXy. HYDE PARK, VERMONT.
LOSS BY FIRB
GARY. POOR FOLKS
THEY HAVE SAVED
FIRE LASTING ONI.Y A FEW MINUTES .'.
INSUEANCB :: :: :: ::
IS THE ONLY MEANS OF SAFETY.
C. N. Powers
has been in the buslnsss SO
ciaas oompanies. somo or tne nre tnsurance
that he represents are:
COMMERCIAL UNION, NIAGARA, SF-HINGFIELD F. A M
NEW HAMPSHIRE, AMERICAN OF PHIi-ADELPHIA,
LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND GLOBE, NORTH
BRITISH AND MERCANTILE, NORTHERN.
SUN, UNDERWRITERS, WESTERN OF
.... TORONTO ....
Also a home Company, tho UNION MUTUAL OF MONTPEL
IER. It's assots are a million and half, socured by
Vermont property. Ratos are the lo West
conalstont with safety.
TITP WATTnNit.T.TWTJ CmR! ITV AMD r.ACITAI TV
Office in Savings Bank Building.
.ai.r. .u BO SLOBG SVSATERIALS r n .
llENNINGTOn AGKNT8 FOR
n. 'W.Jobn'Asbe3toaPalnt3,PaUon,B"Sun Proof " Palnts,Boston Varntsh Cj Vat
ntshcs, vfraphite Elastlo" Itoof Palnt, "Muresoo" AVall Coatlng, "Adamant Wul
lnastcr, "Ncponsot" Hulldlng Papers, Lovejoy Scotlonal Ladd ers
UardwoodFlnlshinK aSpeolalty. Speclal Wlndow and DoorScroens.
, Offlccand Shop, 277 Union St
i Ci C3 1-44
453 and 457 naLiSt
the Toy Store ...
and sunh' a wonfinrliinfl fnr
Doll shovv antl fivHi-v lit.t,1
pick out her 'favorite. All
interested in Fine China and
Toilfit iRnlnrla flnna nn,i
. . T ' - -
iuih vuur u.iuns rit(ir
- 142 North St
MEN OF WEALTHTO BEG
FREQUENTLY LOSE ALI
IN A LIFETIME THROUGH A
years and represents onlyflratj
Yard, County St., foot Schoo! &