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THK BANHXR AHD'BSFOnMln,
Evefy- article reduced in price to close
out stock before our annual
QUACKENBUSH & COJ
Meat Busincss For Sale.
Established 12 years, 3 ntce
liorses, silver plated harnesses,
2 up-to-date refrigerator carts
latest make, toole, etc. Fine
trado, $1000 a year profit. A
good buaiuess for any energetic
hustling young raan. Cause of
Bale poor health. Sold cheap
to n quick cash buyer.
Address Lock Box 89 G
M. B. Middleton
ftRCHITECT AND CIVIL EHGlNEER
Room 4, Hawks Block,
Wnoolhcr remedr toown to modlear acieaee
JK?r wiil im nulcily and eafoly do the work.
L$l arSmoetorXa lrreklorlUMfrom
JfySniorcllered lmmedlately. Buctt.sRuar.
inUedatanystage. Nopaln, dangw.orfcter.
feYclce" KhWT n '"""fefdts!
e&aea wherc others bare tallcd. Tbe most aiai.
ccws successrully treated by njsl l.and ben.
SdalresoltaBuaraiitccdlnCTcrTinstaDce. , No
riekwtotBMVcr. Wo trcat hundreda of ladlca
irobcr, tmaremcuy ia '"1"l"l;."r
JlViirV tlORBlUIU CUUUU1VU t . .
cry poaMbie conumon ..u iS r
no niterlll eitect upou mo ucb,u
Mf x'.m ihi a
f MONTPELIER. VT. 1
1 ACCIDENT IHSURANCE I
V C. H. Powers I
A raemborsliip contest oxlonding
from Dec 28th to January 10 8 p. m.
has becn sturted at tho Y. M. C. A.
Threo cash prizos of $6, $1 and $2 aro
to bo given. Tho ono scorlng tho
largest numbcr of polnts wins, eaoh
dollar of a new membership free
containing ono point.
Foley's Honey and Tar positlvely
oures nll thront and lungdiseases. Ke
fuao aubbtitutea. Fur sale by U. A.
Hondacho Curod Froo.'
Oall hero and get froo satnplo of
HENRY'S Hcadache Powdors. We ro
aund tbe money on a 25 cent box if not
fatiafactory. B. A. Quiulan. 27 tf
It Keeps f U Fect tVarm'and Dry.
Ask today for Alleo's Foot-Ease, a
powder. It curos cbllblains, swoIIpd,
aweating, suro achiog, datnp feet. At
all druggists and shoe atores, 25c.
Poor man! He can't help it.
He gets bilious. He needs a
eoodf liver pill Ayer's Pills.
They act directly on the liver,
Want your moustache or beard
rtm cm. or Dirsaurs oa a r. mix t co., ifunvi. . a.
Cat&rrh of th.Q
For miny years lt hu beon supposed ibaj
CaUrrh of tho Stomach caused Indlgestioo
tnd dyspepsla, but ths truth U exactly tho
opposlto. Indlsestlon causea catarrh. Ro-
peatod atUclq of Indljtstlon Inflames tho
mucoua mombranes llnlng the atomich and
expotti tho nerves of fho stomach, thtu cus-
Ing tho gUndj to creto mucln tnstead of
tho lulcu of natural dleMtloo. Thla U
called Catorrh of the Stomach.
ECdol Syspepsia Gure
relleves all lnflammatlon of the mucotu
membrones Hnlne the stomach, protects tho
nerves, and cures bad breath, aour rls!ngs,a
tense of fullness att r eatlng, Indigestlon,
dyspepsia and all stomach trounies.
Kodol Digests What You Eat
Make tho Stomach Sweet
Bottloscnlr, RotuUrala!, $1.00. heMlnc 2K ttmM
i uiaintiaiza, wnienteuiioraucanij.
Fropored by E. 0. DaWITT ft 00., Ohlcoso, l&
Celtbratlon 'ariil' Prdjfrim at ' iht Baptli
Tho Chrlstraas Tsolobratlon at ttio
Btiptlsi church Sunday drow large'
audlences both mornlng and ovfenlnff.
Rov Frank R. Morrla proaclied in tho
niornlrig on the "Dcoper Meanlng of
Christnias," iis interprcteu by Mat
thow "God vith us;" and by Jolm ub,
'Tho word raado flosh to dwoll amon'g
Tho ovenlng sermon was a contrast
botwcen tho two Imprcsslons mado by
tho blrth of Jesus, on Horod tho Klng
and on tho Wise Men frora the East,
Tho evenlng adrmon was followetl by
tho baptlsraal servico.
Tho Chrlstmas musical programwos
Organ Proludo, ' Grand Triumphal
Carol Anthcm, 'Our Lord was born
Today," A. P. Lord
Anthem, "Unrk, tho IJorald Angela
Scrlpturo Roadlng. t "
Anthem, "Chriatiana, Awakel Sal-
uto tho.Happy Morn,". Schnecker.
Nottcos, otc. '
OITortory, "Chrlstmas Pastoralo,"
Hymn, "Como all yo' Falthful."
Sorraon. " -t H
Prayor. . . it-
Hymn; "0 Little T'own bf Bethll-
Organ Prelude, Ovorturo-Volun-
Anthem, MAngols Watched Rejolc-
ing," . - Maoy.
Anthcm, "Salvator," Humphrios.
Antbom, ''Bohold, I Bring You
Good Tldlugs,.'! - Truette.
Qllertory, ','Romance" Meyorbeer.'
Hymn, "Hark, tho Ilorald Angela
Sing." - ..
Organ Postludo, "Alilltair Marsoh,"
The abore selections woro rondered
by the regular chorus choir. Soloists,"
Mrs H. W. Downs, Miss Edlth Wal-
bridgCf Miss PannyLoomls and Chas.
Mrs Fred Stlcklos, organiat; II. W.
CHILDREN WERE FETED.
Young Woman'j Club Annual Christmat Din-
ntr to the Chlldrcn.
Tho Young Woraan's club gavo its
elghth annual Christmaa dinner and
treo to the poor chlldren of Benning
ton in thd Adams' block, Saturday af
ternoon, Decembor 26th.
Thoro were nearly 100 chlldren jires-
ent. Mrs Gllbert Ransom in the guise
of Santa Claus, presonted each child
wlth a bag df popcorn and candy,
some toy and a handkerchief.
Aftor tho treo was dlsmantled, ro-
freshmonts woro served Uo chlldren
and they played games until it was
tlme to go homo.
This was the niost successful Christ
as party over given by the club,
Much credit ls duo Mrs Runsom, the
preildont of the club, for tho success
of tho affalr.
Mrs Ransom desirea to thank the
morchants of tho town for their con
trlbutlons in tho'wayof candy, and al-
so all those who helped to make tho
party a success.
AU Who Cao Atnmlter
in treating nasal catarrh irill get tho
bestTesuh irom Elv's Liquld Cream
Dalm. Price including spraylngtubo,
75 conts. Sold by druggists or mailed
by Ely Bros., 60 Warren St., N. Y.
New Orleans, Sept. 1, 1900.
Messrs Ely Bros1 I sold two bot
tles of your Liquid Cream Balm to a
customer, Wm. Lamberton, 1415 Dela
chaiae St.( New Orleans; he has used
tho two bottlos, givlng hlm wonderful
and most satisfuctory results.
George W. McDuff, pharmaclst.
EreryThilll Of Afony
along the norvea, every featerlng sore
or gnawing ulcor, every flusb of fever,
every plmplo or outbreak on the skin,
means poison of some klnd in the
blood. The cleansing, polaon-expel
llng romedyof tho ageia Dr Davld
Kennedy's new medicine, Calcura Sol
Solvent. Acts quickly, without paln
or grlplng. Write to the Calcura
company, Rondout, N. Y . for infor
matlon and a free samplo bottlo.
Tho Ynle Jjog.
Like the Yule Lrg oomestlio Uhrist
mas number of "Tbe Four Trtck
New," in brilllant cover and spatk
Hdc contents, A rcnr'a sutBo'rtntiou.
(60 cunts) is an accoptablo Olmaimxs
glft. To a copy at all news atnn b,
Eczema, scald head. hives itchlness
of the skin of any sort instant.lt r
llevect, permanocitly cured. Doa
liintment. At any drug stre.
&hest tltmt Oarae ln
Ta atire to attraet the atteatiou of evtrv
New Bmrland womaa atid with nrlde n
her teart tie; tnarvels that lt is so alrong.J
and wcll preaerved. Tbia ia due to tbe,
fact that it has rcccived prompt aitentlon
wlicn any signs of weakenhig were flioirn.
So tbe wotuan of to-day niay keep bcr
strcufjth and preserve ber good looks if
shc C'ves irumdiliate attentlon to tbe flrnt
Byuiptoms of any womanly weakni'ss.
Dr. Pierce'sFavoritc Prescription prompt
ly cures diseasc and restores strengtli to
all women wbo are wealcened by any
womanly dlscasc and are run down by
tnatemal and bouscbold cares,
&CQn 3gU3-W.VFBXT 1
WHO CANNOT BQ CURED.
Backed up by over a third of a ccnhiry
of reniarkaDle and unlfortn cures. a record
such as no other remedy for tbe dlseases
and wealcneases pcculiar to women evcr
attalned, the proprietor and makers of Dr.
Pierce's Favorite Prescrlption now fcel
fully warrantcd in oQerinc to pay 8joo in
lcgal money of tbe Unlted States, for any
case Of Leucorrbea, Peniale VVeakncss, Pro
lapaus, or l'alliujr of Womb wblch they
cannot cure. All they ask is a fair and
rcasonable trial of thefr means of cure. ,
WORLD'S DlSIT.NSARY MBDICAL ASSO-
CiATioN, l'roprietors, Buffalo, N. Y.
MlM Stella Johnnon. of 38 Brady St., Dayton,
Ohia.writes: "I was troubled with acvtre palna
every raouth when I wrote to' you for advlcfc.
Afkcr followlng- your dlrectiooi, I am happv lo
ay that afler five years of untpld sufferinj; I
have not liad auy paini alnce Crat using your
'Favorite Pretcription.' 1 thank God ancf Dr.
R. V. Pierce for the health I now enloy. I khall
urge otlier women who uflcr a I old to ute
your medicine 1
Take Df. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets instead
of any other laxative. "
Whilo working in Tudor'a mill, Sa
lem Harrls had lils foot cnut'ht be
tweon two pulleys and very bu'dly
A half dozen extru teams have becn
lately ad.ded-tp the force employed by
the Chemical'cbtnpanv, to draw ln tli'e
wood cut on Vot h,lll. The company
has somothlng vvar threo thousan'd
cords to b'ehnuled;
lli.urva ltnd Gum. . i . "
WatViill', e'maih:oaifar a OOUGH or
uuuu. ' vo , reiumi ine price u n is
nut satisfactorj. Large bottlos 2a
conti. B. A. Quinlan. 4.1tf
A sure aigb of ap'proajbiug revot
ntidserious trouble m yur eyNtem is
nervousnpM, aleeplesemiw, ur storuncli
uiwt'ta. Rlcotric Bitt-rs will ciukhly
ilisiueniber 'ha to ibiesoaie onuaes. H
nover (uils to tone the atomncb. regp
lnto tl e kidn ys auu bnwels, stireulato
tno liver, anil larify tbt blouL Run
rJown eystetus bfnfilt iwttk'ularly and
all the usual atteiding nchw vnnish
under its cear bing and tborough ef
fectivenes?. Eleotric Bltters is bnh
50c. and that is roturned if it don't
givo perfe-jt satisfoction. Gua'antccdl
by U. r. Ulbson, uruggist.
JTor Over Slxty Tsara.
Mn Wi'iaLOW'sSooTHUXO Sn.Sr haibeen uied
by mlllluni ot motheri (or thelr otilldren white
teethlBK. If diiturtn'd at oiEht and broivn ol
yonr reit by a ilck child tuSmvg and crylnjf wltb
Baln ot Cuttlnr Teeth tend at oncc and get a bot
eof'Mrt wfnitow'i Soothlng Syrop"or Cbll
drvnTeethlns ItwlllreUeTethr poor little mf.
(erer Immrdiately. Uepend upon It, mother,
there I no mlttake abont lt. It curei Ularrhota.
rernlatei the Stomach and Uowell,curri Vtlnd
Collc, lotteni the Onmi.redncei Intlammatlan,
nd ciTP. tone and encrer to the whole tvitem
' Mri Wlnnlow'i Soothloir Hyrnp" for ehUdren
tcethlng I. uleaaaut to tue taite and ti the pre
ipuon oi one oi ine oiacn ana otti lemue nay
lana and nnnei In the Unlted Statei. frlce
twenty-QreceDtna bottle Sold by all drnrKlit
threaithoal the world. De ture and aik for"UBS
WIHSUJW'S HOOTHIHO HTBITP -
Beara tle 1,18 w HaTe W
For Infants and Chlldren.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
ruoro than mero
touch of tho
artiat ls secn ln
the poso of tho
slttor, tbe dlffu
sion of llght and
shado and the
toning of the fin
pleaslng in a
Farmof 278 acros, well watered, hulldlnRi in
cood eondltto.i. lAnd ln eoodatateofeultlvatiou.
applo orcliartl of tno to 200 barrels of frult, siifiar
orchardofoWtreos. 600 cords ol wood, 100.WO
feet ol tlraber ; cuw 100 tons o( hay. Tcrms
eaw. Knntilreott:. H. M)ers, rownal Oenire.
Pormer, WII Known; Rcildtntjjf . Wt$t Arlln.
ton Dtad." ' tf'
'rfa.vid' IIuV', irTtS "of Vonk.'
'Oldest.and b(sknow.n;iiidentti, d(d
at hls ljome, 337 NorthBroa4wuy, re
ce'ntl. - ' l
Mr Hawley wus born ln Wt
Arlington, Vt.j" A'prll 14, 1820l afid
was doscondod from ono of the
New England fntnillos origlnally sa't
tled in Stratford, Conn. He prepare l
for college at B. & B. Semih'tiy. Man
chester, Vt., and, enttring Yab, was
graduaU'd wlth tho C'lass of 1810. Hc
was a inombor of tho Skull und ' oim
Socioty, and ono of tho tdkors oi the
Yalo Litorary Magazlne.
IIo was for many years a Directi r
intho Slnger Manufucturing Coinpt'1,
and was'oneof the oldost momber.s 01
?ho New York City Bnr Assoclntion,
He retlred from nctlve llfe in 1801'.
He had been a resident of YonkeB
for 40 years, and had always takenjtt
deer interost ln locul ulTairs. t
Mr Hawluy was a man of broad
tastos. He was a gentleman of tho old
school, and hls stcrling integrlty,
Kinunoss of lioart, and gonlal mannep
won the esteem und fricndshlp of all
wno Knew inra. ho leaves a wiciow, a
daughter, Miss Catherino S. Hawley,
and a son, Samuel B. Hawloy.
Aliss Anna McAUloy has gono to
Scbonectady for a month to visit her
Miss El.lcn B. Canflold of Itbaua, N
Y., is homo for two weeks.
Miss Elva L. Brownson.is homo for
tho holidays. . v
M. Paul Demlng of New York City
is.at.horuo ahd - expects to close th6
huuso for tho wintor bofore hls txturn
wlth hls mother. . ' , i
Mrs E. C. Woodworth, who has bceh
spendlng a week wlth her sstor in Al
bany, returned home Tuosday.-
V. F. Watkins apent Christihas
at the rectory.
Dr C. W. PJillllps and wife pass-
ed Chrlstmas ln Burlington with
Mrs Phillips' parents.
' Mr and Mra W. P. Wilson and fam-'
ily of Bennington are at John Morris-
sey's for a few days.
Mr and Mrs E. B. Canfleld and son
of South Shaftsbury' are ntF. N. Can
rleld'B. Mr and Mrs Tom Woat and child of 1
Albany were at F. Wcst's over Sun
E. H. Ilolden and -ifewero atG. B.
Holden's for Christmaa.
Miss Florence Hard and Chester
Hnrd are homo for tho holidays.
James Thompson is homo agaln.
Dr C. W, Phillips has returned from
Mr Hlggins is spending a few days
at Osoar Lefft's.
S. Denalng roturned to New York
City on Saturday.
C. Ernoatof Pittsfield, Mass., Spsnt
Chrlstmas at home.
Miss Gretta Dunn of North Adams
ls at Mrs Wra Dolaney's.
Mr and Mrs C. B. Canliold and son
returned to South Shaftsbury Sunday.
Mr and Mrs H. 1. Spaflord of North
Bennington were tho guosts of F. N.
Canflold und wife on Friday.
Mr and Mrs Ira CanSeld returnod to
Rutland Monday mornlng accompani-
od by Mrs Harmon E. CanQeld who
has been for several weeks at her
The chlldren's carol sorvlce hold
Thursday evening at St Jaraes' church
was was well attended, notwithstand
ing the bad weather. Tho church was
prettily decorated, tho singing hearty,
and tho rcctor's address was, listened
to attentively by all the chlldren and
the whole servico was a pleasant be
ginning of a Chrlstmas soason.
TO CCBKAOOLD IK OMEJDAT.
Take Laxative Vromo Qulnlne Tablets. AU
niecUtarefund the money it It taUstooure.
F. W. Orove's alRnature on eaoh doz. Zie.
Good Tor Clilldraia.
Tho nleasant to take and harmlesa
One Minutc Cough Cure glvoa immed-
lato rolief in all caaea oicoacn, croun.
and la grlppo because it does not pafs
luimediately tnto tbe atomacn, but
takea effect risht at tho seat of tbn
trouble. It draws out tbe inflamma
tlcn, heals and so Uim and curee por
inanently by enabling the luons to
ountnbuto puro, life-givlng and lifo-
s'jataining osygen to tn) blood and tis
suos. Dr Armstrong of Dalia, Tei.,
riescrlbofl itdally ana cays there ia no
bottor cough rongedy made. Sold by
B. A. Quinlan.
We would like to ask through the
columna of your paper, if tbere la any
person who has uaed Groen'a August
Klower for the cureof indigostion, oyj.
Eepsia, and liver troubhs tbat bas not
oon cured-'arjd' wcralso oiean thoir re
uita, sncb aa sour stomach, fertnonta
tinn of food, babittial coativeness. 'ner
vous dyapepala, headacbos, despondrnt
feelingv, sleoplcasnese in fact, any
trouble connectod witb tbe stunjach or
livorf Tbia medicine has beon sold for
many ycara in all oivilized countrifis,
nnd wo wisb to corrcspond with you und
fmnci you ono uf our buolts frfe of rost.
If you nevor trjed August Flower, fry
n 25 cent bottle tirat. We lntvo rpvtr
known of ita failii'K. I' bo, sumething
more sorlous is ttie tuatter with ou.
Tho 23 cent sizo bas just been intro
duced thia' jear. Routilar size, 76
cents. At all d'uguiats.
G. G. Green, Wcorihurv, N. J. .
Atgetable Pr cporaltonrorAs
ling (heSloinochs andBowcls of
ness andlfcst.Conlains nellher
WOT H AU C O TI c .
Aperfecj Rcraedy forConslipa
Ilon, Sbur Stomach, Diatrhoca
ness flndloss OF StEEP.
FacSimile Signature of
exact copy or wrapper.
JOHN SAVEY'S FAILURE.
lils Attorncy Clalmi II t Does Not Owe the
Rujcher Brcwlng Company.
The Drst meetlngof creditorBof John
H. Savery of Petersburgh was hold
before Reforeo in Bankruptcy King,
in Troy last week. Mr Savery, who
was in the Hvery bustnoss in thls yil-
lagu und at Poters lUrgh. tostifie'd that
he, has no assets.
The Ruscher Brewing company of
that city presonted a claim against Mr
iavery for $1,132. AUornoy Cahill
8aid hls clfpnt does not owe the Rus-
tshor Brewing company a dollar. He
ncted as the company 's agent for
hwhlle in Bennington and tbe com
pany sceks tochargo'him wlth bad
ftebts. The case wus held open.
, Iteport Ffnlli llin Iteform School.
J G. Gltick, superint-ndBnt, Prun
tvtown, W. Vn., ritus: "After try
iog all other sdvertised cougb lufdi
cinfs we have thcid'd t) uao Foley's
llonev and Tar oiclusivel in tbe Wist
Virginin Ri-fonn Sohool. I Qnd it the
tnf.st effeotive nnd absoliitily baroi
Iisj. " For sale by B. A. Quiuinn.
Vlro Thouanad DolUrs lleward.
Every testirnon'sl we publish of
Ailnmsoo'n Butanio Bnlsnm for ouring
coughs, colds. and nll lung trnubles is
gonuine. Wa will pny a reward of
$5,000 for evidenco prbring ntberwiee
in a sintsle case. "F. W. Kinaman &
Co., Druggists, New York.-
EUte of LouIh Mnrlow.
Notlce ol Settlement and Appllcatloi for Distn
oTATE OF VEKMONT, 1 At a sessloi
0 Dlstrlctof Bennmcton.ss.l of tbe Probati
CourU holden at the lTobate Offlce. ln Bennlny
ton, ln sald Dlitrlct, on tbe 9tl day of
Dccember, A. D. 1803.
l'resent. John V. Carney, Judge.
Louis Marlow, late ol Bennington, in sald
dlstrict, deceased, preseuts hls admlnlstra
Uon ikccouot tor examlnaUon and allowance
and makes appllcatlon lor n deeree of dis
trlbuUon and parUtlon ol the e'itute ot sald
deceased. . , , . , . ....
Whereupon. It ts ordered by sald Court. that
sald account and sald appllcaUon bei ref erred t
a sesslon thereof . to be held at the ITobate Offle
atoresaid, on tne 2Sth day ot Dec. A. 1). 1903
for bearinK and declslon tbereon: And
it ls Iurthei ordered. that notlce toereol
be mveu to all parties Interested, by pubUcatipL
01 the samo tfiree weeks suceessWely ln the
Banner and Kefnrmer.a newspaper pubUshedat
Uennlneton, prerlous to saia umo nppointea ioi
heArliiiz. that they inay appear at sald tlme ano
place. and show cause, U a
any tbeymay hare
.j sald acootnu suouio uoi m kuuwcu, w
sucb decree maae.
Areeord wbereot ls ordered to be made.
A true reeort. j()nN y CABNKYi Ju(J(W
A true coi y ot the orlclnal record.
"3 Attest JOU V. CARNKY. Jndge.
EMtnte of Mary Luudorffan.
Notice.of Battlement and Appllcatlon
BTATK OF VERMONT, At a sesslon ol thi
istrlct of Bennlnffton, is. i Probate Court. bol
dntt&Fbat.Offlceln , Ik-nnl. ta ssJo
Dlatrict, on he lMbilayot Oecember.A. I). lt-ca.
Present, John V. Carney. Judj.
W. tl. Lundergan. admlnlstrator of Jn n
ute ot Mary Lundergau, late' bf Ben
InRton in sald DlstrHt,1 deceased, pre
senU hl admlnlstration account for eMJo
lnatlonand allowance. and makes applieattoi
lor a deoree ol dlstribution and partltlon of U
estate of sid deceased. , ,
Whereupon, itts ordered by sald Court, thaj
sald account and sald appllcatlon be rejterre
to aaosslon thereof. tobe held at the lTobaJ
Oftioe alorenald. on the nd day ol January, A
D.. 1904, lor hearing and declslon tbereon
Aild H ls further ordered. Uiat none
thereof be gtren to all parUes Interested, bj
oublleatlon of the same tbre.
weeks successlvely ln the Banner and Re
forraer, a newspaper pobllshed at Bennington
previoui 1 to safd tlme appolnted for hearing
that they may appear at sald tlme and plare
andsliow cauje.Af any tbey may have. why
acoount should bot be allowed. and such decre
A record whereof ls ordered to be made.
AtraAttesT1' JOUNV CARNKT.Judge.
47v3mU5 CiT1fflKV Judge,
p.... Trt8 Klnd You Hara Wwap Bo
DSCXMBXn Sl 10O8
For Infants and Childrd
The Kind You Hi
thi ptmivn conrtnr. new oa enro.
Ritabllshed 43 years
OfTers leatures wnich cannot be foiuil
ln any other school.
Uundreds of graduates placed ln posf
Scnd for a new Vrl Catinouo
u-nod stock 01 Dotn sott al
hard dry kindling.
Also good hard wood, eitl
sawed or four foofc.
Call and get prices.
GEO. K. CHANDLER
310 SCHOOL STEE
wlut have you to excbange lonlnore
fooo cords of first class hard wood, SO 1
yellow blrch tco M sprtice and boinkxk
cords of pulp wood, wlth 250 acres ot tmd 1
house and barn thercon All locatedln'Wo
fordon Ounnville roao, M mlles frora
road. Can get the wood all cut aud 1 llvere
IU nnlngton for (3.50 per cord. and tho logs 1
sawed and dellren.il ln Bennington for
perM JOHN ftlASMl
Good horseB, good cariiagel
turnouts of all kinda.
Buccessor to N. W Gower.
Estitto of Hattio L. Mattlson. j
Motice ot Settlement and Appllcatnm tor Dl
iTITATK OF VERMONT. I At a sejitd
O Dlstrict of Benntngtoo, ss. (ofllie ProbsB
Court hoMfii at tbe I'robate Offlce. ln Bennlnl
too.ln satd Dlstrict, on tne ltn uay oiDeeembt
A. D. 1903.
I'reMent, JOHN V. ARNEY. Judge.
I A. Boitum, admlnlstrator ol tho eaUtc
Tlnttle L. Mnttison. late of Shattshun
aid dlstrict, deceased, pretents hls admJnhtrl
uon accouni lor exanunauou anti 8iiownce, ai
makes appllcatlon for a fleeree of dlstntratia
and iiartiuon 01 tue estaie ot suiu deceased.
Whereuuon. Itli ordered h sald CourL th
sald account and sald application be referrcil tol
sessicin inereoi. to db nem at ine rroDate ira
atoresaid. on the 4th dav of Jan. A. U 1104. i
hrarlni and declslon thereon : And lt ls furthri
ordered, that uottce thereof be idren toall paifl
Ues mtertMted by pnbllcatlou of tbe same thnH
weeiu successtrciy in tne isanner and Jtejc
er. a newsiaueriiubllshed nt Uennlneton. 1
vloiH to snlil tlme app' lnted tor benrlng, i
tlitiv m.iv nooeHr at sald tlme and nktee. :
how cause tf aliv thev miiv have. wlir satd 1
aount nhould not le allowed, and such oetrel
A record whereol Is ordered to be made,
A true record.
Attest. JOHN V. CARNEY, Jiidf.
i irue cuny ui lue uriKniai rcconi
17W3 Attesl. JotlN V. 0ANHY. Jiidue
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