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Don't Wait Until Your Sufferings Have Driven You to Despair, With Your Nerves AII
Shattered and Your Courags Gone.
When a cheerful, biaye, light-liearted ronian is Buddenly plunged into that perfcction of xnisery, tho BLTJES, it ia a sad picture. It ia
mually this way:
Sho- has beon feeling "out o sorte" for somo timo j head has ached, and back also; haa slepfc poorly. been quito nerrous, and nearly
fainted onoo or twice; bcad dizzy, and hearfc beats veiy fast; then that bearinff-do'vm feeling. JHor doctor says: "Cheer up; you have
dyspopsia ; you will be all right soon."
But she does not get "all right" Sho growB worae day by day, till all at once Bhe rcalizcs that a distrcssing fcmalo complaint 1s catab
lished. Hcr doctor has made a mistake.
Sho has lost fatth inhim; hopo vanjshes; then comea the brooding, morbid, melanpholly, eTerlasting BLTJES.
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FBE MEDICAIi ADVICE TO WOMEN.
If there i anythinpr in your case nbout which yoa wonld llko
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Jettcr in strict confidcnce. She can surely Ivelp you, for no person
;S AlV,?rl? npealc from a wider oxpericace fa trcatlnp fcmalo
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Ibw York Life Insurance Company
JflE GBBAT IHTERHATIOKAL LIFE IHSUltAHCE COMPAHY . -
JOHN A. fVlcCALL, Proaldont
?OTAL INSURANOEJNORGB $ l',650,OOO,OOO
Jleld by oTer 700,000 Poll6y-holder irbo'ABB the Company, who OWN the OOrapany. nd
who ALONE recelvja tlie I'RoFI18 ot the Coiopariy, .
"1113 Company announces that tt liat lnsured
ilurlnc tho veu 1902. 115000 lnllrlduah ln
lie sum ot over.
302 MILLI0N D0LLARS
f Iniurance on which the flrst wemlnms have
feen palit lo tho company ln cash. Thls is
40 MILLION D0LLARS
Sore iiow Insurance than than tho ' ompany
acea tu lwi, ana ine uorapauy now uus over
1550 MILLION D0LLARS
ritd-for Insurance, whlchU over
188 MILLION D0LLARS
fa P ld-for tnsnrance ln lorcethan lt hada
nURIVG the year the Company haspaldln
15 MILLION D0LLARS
Durlne the year the CiAnpany hs paid to Its
llviiiK polloy holrters, ln waturlnB pollelesand
other cash bcncnts. over
Durlnc they nrtho Company has loaned dl
recl tp 27,000 o( Hs polloy-li.ilders, on the sole
sccurlty ol tueir pollcles, upwards of
at per cent Intereit, wlthout fee or other
v&Sf ha,pa",t0 "
which Is 88O0,K)0 more than wu'patd In 1M1.
Kstateof MAKTIIA.K. AUSTIN.
The undrrlgned havtnc been kppolnted by
the Hon. Probate Court (or the Uutrict ot Ilen
nlngton, COMM13SIDNERS. to reoelve. exam
lne, and adjuat all clsltnj nd demands ( all
persons axalnst the estate ot Martha
K. Aastln late ot Bennington In sald
dlstrlct, deceated, and all elalms
exhlblted In oftiet tbrreto, bereby Rlve notlce
ttut we UI meet tor the pnrpose aforesald, at
th Walioomsic Inn, UennlnRton Center. VL.
.In tMd dlttrlet nt Itennlnxton on the 7th day ot
January, 1904 and S6ihdvotMy,1904 nex t.'trom
1 o'clock p. m. untll 4 o'clock p. m . eacb ot aald
days, aud that slx montus Irora the 1st day of
Dee. A D. 103, ts tbetlme llmlied bysald Court
for sald creditors to preseut thelr elalms to us
for exomlnatlon and allowance.
Dated at llennlngtop, VL, this Znd day of
Dec. A. 1). 1903.
H. II. HAU,,
8. U KOItlNSOV.
Estute of Honry i. Hall.
STATE OF VERMONT, 1 At a seHlOH
Ulstrlct of Bennington. " I ol the I'rob&K
Court. bolden at the I'robate Offlce. ln Benning
ton. In aald Ulstrlct, on the 29th day of De
cembcr, A. D..1903.
rresent John V.Carney, Judpe.
An Instrument. purportlni; to be the last WUI
and Testament of Ilenry IJ. H tl late of Ben
nington in said Ulstrlct, deceased. bflng
EresfiiUvl Iit Ilenry T. Cusbman and
uane F. iMattl on, the executors thereln
namrd. for I'robate, It Is ordtred
by sald Court. that all persons con
cerned tbernln, be notlfled to appear at a ses
slon thf reof. to be held at the I'robate Ol
flce, ln Bennington, ln sald Ihstrlcu 011 13th
day of .lan. A. IJ. liot. at 10 o'clocK ln the fore
110011, and show caue, If any tliey have, agalnst
the probate ot said Will; torwhlcli puriiote itit
further ordered that this onter be pulillshed
three weeks succosslvelyln tlie llai.ner and lte
lormer, n newspaper printetl at Bennington, In
tlilt Ktate, prevlous to sald ttme of hearlug.
By the Court.
Estate of Mary A. Lane
Netlce ol Settlemmt and Appllcatlon for
STATK OF VERMONT, I In rrobat
Ulstrlct of Bennington, ss. Court, held al
the I'robate offlce In liennlngton wlthln and for
thA Ulstrlct of Bennington aloroiald on the 7th
day of D-c A. !. 1903.
lTesent, JOI1N V. CARNEY. Judgn.
Hnrlow A Uottum admlnlstrator with the
will annexed of the estate ol Mary
A. Lane, late ot Shaftsbury In satd
Ulstrlct, dreeased. preentt hls ailmlnlstrallon
accouut for exammatlon and ailowance, and
makcsappllcntlonfora decree of dhtrtbutlon
Bnd pirtltlon of the fstate of sald decoasexi.
Wlicreupon It s orderel by sald ourt. that
tald account aud sald appllcatlon be referrmt to
n sesston Uioreol. to be held atthe l'robhte Of
flceaforesald.outheAHhday ofDec, A.I) 19(8.
for heartng and decMon thereoni And It H
lurtber ordered, thatnotiee thereof be plven M
all partles lutereslcd by publlcatlou ol the saint
three weeks Kiiccesslvely ln the llaniteranrt Ue
foriner. a newspaper publUhed at Bennington,
prevlous to sald time apjioiuted for bearliig,
thaL hey may aiipear at whl time aotl piace,
and i cw cadse If any they may have, wtiy sald
acc vi t should not be allon ed, and suoh deeree
mI ' ,
A .t cord whfrcof Is ordered to be tnade.
Attst. .IOIIK V. CARNEY, Judge.
A Irue eopy of th ortclnal record,
wl .Utest. JOHN V. OAUNKV. Judge.
Denn'llhcnia'le ''6olulelv rure rheti-niitl-in
ti n U'H?ia E tlrcly veaeta'i.c.
KstiiteofJOHN II DAILKY.
The midcr.slgned, lisvltiK ben appoluteil by
tho Hon. I'robate Court fyr the Uintrlct ot Uen
nlnRton. Coiriinlssliuiers to recelve, exnmlne
auditdjust all clalmi and den'ands of nll per
so m aenlnst the eHtatn of Jolm 11. Dalley, Utu"
of Shaftsbury In sald dlstrlct. uecoaseu. and n!l
elalms exhlbtted lu olfset theroto, herebyglve
rotlco that we wlli tm-et for thn pnrpose aiore
salaat the late rcllenceof thesafdJohuH. Uat
ley tho Mlhday of Dec 1903, and 17th day of May
next, from 9 o'clock a in. until 13 o'clock, M
eacu of satd ilays. and that slx mOnth from
the lMli day of Hov. A.U. 1903. U the tlm- llinlt
ed bysald Court for stld credltqrs Jo preseut
thelr elalms to us for examlnauon and allow
ance. Uated at Bennington, this 7th day of Dec ,
A, U, 1903.
J. ED. WAI.URIDOK,
I'ATUICK T. OHlFKtN; ''
4fin-s O 'mmu(ners.
George Rowell Appealed to His
Father-in-Law in Vain.
Doputy Sheriff Nash recelred a tel
ephone message Sunday afternoon
from Sheriff Horton of Burlington to
tho cfToct that Georgo M. Rowell hud
not succcedcd ln gettinp bail aud that
lie wodld probably have to romnlh in
jall thcro untll January 26th, the dato
set for tho henrinc on tho churges
agalnst blm in tha. clty.
Rowell expoctcd that hls father-in-law
would como to his nssistanco but
lt is understood that hehas doclined
to havo anythins; to da with tho mnt-
Since hls arrest in nurllnfrton, it is
learncd here that thoro are four moro
porsons in tho vlllage who paid the
premlums to hlm fur insurance, but
liave heard nothiag of the pollcles.
This makos tqn that are known here,
and it is conerally bolleved that thoro
are moro who will not como forward
and toll that they were bltten.
Whlle ln Burlington Sherlll Nash
had quite a vislt with Rowell, who sont
word by hlm to sevoral of tho partles
horo who aro Intorosted, in the buslnoss
Xhat ho should bc here soon and would
settle matters with thum.
His colloaguos, Ersklne and Seoley,
havo- not boon located you
GOVERNOR WON'T DO IT.
Rumor Tht llc Would Bulld Vermont Bulld
inj Is Incomci.
A roport hns lon o'rculatod up the
stato that Gov. MoCulloufrh would
bulld a Vermont bulld Ini; at St Louis
for the i-xposltlon.
This report is wlthout foundation.
The governor lookt with favor on any
reasonablo plan that will holp adver
tlse Vermont at tho expositlon and re
gret that the stato Is not to have a
buildlng there but will not tukc th
initiatlve in provldlnjr for represen
tation. The Rovernor is recelvinj? consider
nble correspondence over the mattcr
DIES OF HIS INJURIES.
! Annusl Mcctlnj Mondsy Evtnlnj of Mamcr
I Manser Encarapment I. O. O. P.
' held Its unnual election of oHIcers
Mondoy ovening. The followlnc wcro
1 choson: G. E. Stevens, G. P.; V. E.
Frost, H. P.; John E. Walsh, scrlbej
Pred L. Houuhton, trepsuror; L. B.
Parker, S. . V.; P. B. Sloat, J. W.
The oppolntive' ofllcers wjll ba an-nouncodflator.
Two fox-hounds one afcmale,"black
and tan, fotir whlto feot, answering to
narao of "Pan." The -other a male
yellow ears, white stripo ln faco, color
white and brown, ansvfers : to namo of
"Llno." Flnder will be rewarded by
returning or givinK information to
Kodci Dyspepsia Guv
Ofooatff vh,it vni aat-
llr and Mrs Herbert Benson of Man
chester aro spondlng sevoral woeks in
John Benson of Now York is vislt-
ing frlcnds in town. !
Gporeo Burbee has roturnod from'
Gardner, Mass. . I
Nearly all in this vicinity havo se
lCMn thelr lci! nnd it is of, oscellent
Vu have' notliad snow cnouh os
yet for flrst olass sledrlin?. Luuibor
.'mon are hoplng for moro f.uow soon.
Ourpastor, Rev II. Lamb, hasre-
turned from a two wwk"! yislt in Al
MrsJM. JCendaJl ant Mrs'A. K.
Burbnnk entortaincd the Ladios Aid
soclety on'Wednesdtiyonkst weck.
Orln and GuySmith h ivo' rcturned
to Townsend somtnarjy
,&r,s-Ai'thur Brooks has returne4
roiri a two' weeks, , vislt w'ith her ,par
ents in Manchester. ,
Chnrlos Colman of Wiudhatn was ln
town ovor Sunduy.
Mrs Dorn Benson was callod to
Wardsboro Frjduy on account oftho
death of hor mother, Mtv, HiramCpbb
George Chatmi is selllng. his real
estute, a.lso hlshousu ln tlio vlllage,
and with hh famlly, art intendlng to
mako.thelr futuro home in Qallfornia.
They oxpect to start in about two
Preparutions are belng made for
Christmas oxerclses and a treo at tho
church as usual on Christmas. ovo.
Tho conundrura supperlast wcok was
a suc'cess socially and flnanclally.
A large heavv slx hole (9 Inrlt) Cooklns
ltanse, with reservolr andhlgh double warm
Ingclosets. For elther coal or wood. Sultable
tor lumber comp or large kttohen.
W. A. Boot, 121 South St., Bennington.
George B. Wiltsoy of Saud Lako,
vice prosident of tho Renssolaer coun
ty Fire Insuranco company, was a
guest of Rev Robert fl. Washburne,
Saturdoy of last wonk. Mr Wlltsey
adjusted theloss of tho Rosenburg 11 0
at North Petorsburg Snturduy morn
ing. Rev W. II. Washburne nntl wtfo of
Benuinion spent ' .Christmas in
R. C. Bristol of Bennington is a
guest of Samuel Wrijjht.
J. B. Murtha of East Arlington
Ha$ Lively Time.
J. B. Murtha of East Arlington had
qulto an unpleasant experlenoe ono
day recently. Ue was taklng a load
of Italians to a job on the mountaio
with a team belonging to J. B. Webb.
Somo of them had imbibed pretty free
ly before starting, so that they were
just full enough to want to have thelr
own way or quarrol.
On tho way up tho raountain they
camo to tho resldonco of a countryrnan
whom thoy wantod to vislt. Mr Mur
tha decllned to accede to thelr request
"to stoppa" and drove along.
Tho passengers wore'hlghly indlgn
ant, and taklng hold of the drlver
threw hira out of the wagon, several
mllos from home, and drovo along
leaving Murtha to got home as best he
could. The Italluns appearod to cara
but llttlo about tlie cotisequoncos.
Murtha made his way back to tho
vlllage, and reported tho mattor to
Mr Webb who with soyoral others
started at onco in pursuit, but not un
tll thoy had telephoned to ono of the
lumber jobs on tho mountain to look
out for the team if it went that way.
Whon the pursuors reached there
thoy found the team unharmed but tho
Italians had contlnued on thelr way.
A Costly Mistake.
Ulun'nrs nre sotuotltn?a tery expon
sU'o Occnsiana.'ly llfo itsclf is the
pri - ff a mistnk-, hut you'll nover be
,vroni if ou take Dr Kmit's Ne Lifo,
Pillsfordysppsin dizziness, heanactio
li'vcr nntl tiowol troublcs. Thoy are
gentle yet thoroniih. 25c, at Glbson's
Alfrtd Klng Ditd In Tht HojplUI At Nerth
Adsms Junday Nljht.
Pownal, Dec. 29:--Alfred King, th
sixteen year old boy who was injurod
near here Saturday night by faltine
from the rear of a cooch on a passen
ger traln on the B. & M. R. R., died
in tho hospital at North Adams about
mldnight Sunday ntght.
The lad never regained conscioua
ness. His fatbor was with hlm whea
he dicd. The remains were taken t
his home in North Pownal. I "' I
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Cracked Bone and IGround Bons
When bringing your hides,
bring the head and four feet.
They are worth 15c per set.
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