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BENNINGTON EVENING BANNER, WEDNESDAY, JULY 10, 1918.
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SHAFTSBURY VALLEY'
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DORSET HOLLOW
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SPRAY YOUR
KIL LS Till: BUGS AND PR b VENTS BLIGHT
AL0
ARSENATE OF LEBB
TELEPHONE YOUR ORDERS TO ,
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Office and Yard foot of School St.
i PRICED HUG
run 8 ALU
.Y)lt SALK Turn In plants. LarRo
White Hutu l!:i;is. '' ready n
...... m i....- linnttrt tl. frank 1.. Howe,
iJH South Ntrvel, tel. I'-V.
IJtti"
KOIt SAMS -2i5 acres of wood and
Hmlirr land Kinl Haw mills. Also
r..-.,. ct uiii.ni lion acres bolonuiny;
to lrvliitf Orout and lie estate, l J.
Krank Uroul. lrvtnir Oroul and hlln
tlroiit, administrators ot J. Frank,
tlroufs estate, Kast Arlington, V 1. 1
4 2 It '
KUU HAMS 1 Osborne Mower and
nel iHUiy harness lt l In wood enndi-
lion and cheap, Oeorro LeVarn, phone
West Arlington, Vt. 41tt,
"koK HAMS Holl top desk, cook audi
purlin- moves, hall rack. beds, leather
pillows,. c'.e. Kverytluntf must no thisi
week as 1 wish to close bniness. Mrs.
.lanicB Kox, 208 North street. 41U
KHt S.LlS :i3 horses to arrive July i
ti, till head Hilt to lSih) In pairs audi
Mingle, balance 12iii to Hon. All hor-i
st-H waranted. (iuilfonl ei Wood Horse;
i'o., Slielhouriie Kails, .Mass. 4016 :
,rA,,, Trpa rH. ail(i one!
pair U yr. old steers. Apply L. N. llar-f
rliiKtoii. .South Hhaltsliiiry, tel. 185-15.!
Fort SALK New tnanoRany uprlpht
piano. Call till .Main street. Uatf
KOIt SALK UBCd cars. 1, LU7
Longford truck; 2, 1917 Kord trucks,
demountable rims; 1, la 16 Kord truck;
1, 1U17 Kord runabout; 1, 1 '. 1 5 Hudson
six touriiiif car; 1, 1914 Teerlcs Tourtns
car; 1. - Kord touring cur. North i
Adams AUk. Exchange olllce. 2.1 Main
Direct, North Adams, .Mass. Tel. 77!-W. j
Call for Kronick or Horowitz. 3U25
Kdlt SAMS Concrete gravel and
bltm crystal sand, delivered or at the ;
lied. Apply iS. J. Uentley, tel. lSfi-15.
33tl2 I
Foil HAMS crthbaee plants: suc
cession, savoy mid bull head, 25 cents
a hundred. Currents 8 cents a quart
on hush. C. IS. Kuapp, North ISenniiiK
lun. VI. 3H
Kolt SAMS One horse lumber w nit
on. 11. V. 1'lke, liennlngton, It. b 1. 2.
43t6
Kurt SALK l'J13 Kord in good run
iilnif order; 1!16 Chevrolet 4!H; 280
gallon Kiisoline tank. The two cars
have just been overhauled. O. 1 Law
rence, South Shaftsbury. 31tf
WiM'ED
WANTF.n I am tryhiK to do my bit.
Who will help me through harvest?
ilaylntf Blurts at once, oats, buck
wheat, corn, potatoes must he made
safe. Will hire by the day or month.
Tel. 3D4-W. . 42t
V.'ANTliD Cook, colored or whlt
for farm. Write U 1'oller, Arlinut
Vt. I 4 1 tt "
W A NT IS I Machinist One capable
of taking fuil charge of scwlnK ma
I'iiiiies state experience ar.d salary re
iml'vd. Iiesirablo and permanent pesi
HIjii for liKht paity. Apply Clark
Textile Co., Sa-atOKO Hpliins, N. V. 41tli
W'ANTEl) Pupil nurses male, and
femule at the Taunton State Hospital
Training- School for nurses. For par
ticulars address Dr. Arthur V. Com,
Hupt., Taunton State Hospital, Taunton,
Mass. ' SDtf
WAN'TISU I.aunury work
Apply 203 Division street.
to do.
32t2S
WANTED Man for laundry or
farm wor. Soldier's Home. 39tt
WANTKD Men, steady work, pood
wages. Henry M. Tuttle Co., tel. 49.
14tf
W A N T IS D Cash pnld for yellow
birch lots 10 Inches and up in diameter,
ulso other kinds of wood. 11, T. Cush
man. Mtf. Co. 44tt
WANTKD Several men for labor
ing and mill work. Boarding house
for single me?, tenement houses for
married men. Highest rate of waicea.
Fillmore & glade.. Tel 660. 6tf
TO niSNT
TO ItlSNT Furnished rooms for light
housekeeping;; steam heat, electric
lights, gas, bath, all modern Improve
ments at 112 I Vat'iint street. Inquire
Cm I 'rice Market, tel. 432-M. 42l
To KENT l.nrnp front room,
kccplni;, 4IIS Main stroet
111 ;
4ltf
TO KI3.NT Large
I'nlon hi rod.
front
rooms. 1 1 I :
4ltfi j
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bat II.
ItK.'-T l-'nnilslicd
1.4 I'nlon Hteei't.
Willi
4111.! !
TO KKNT Seven
nt 114 Jefferson Ave.
iiiKliin.
furnished rooms
.Miss L. A. Bum- I
3!t2i
To BENT Kurnlshed rooms wlthi
modern Improvements, Incliidliinr steiini j
bent, lnpnlre of Mrs. A. T. Mchwnrix.
,r. Mi Main sstrcct. Stf j
TO KENT Stores, omces, tenements, I
shops, slables. individual stor- I
hko Iodic is. furnished apart
ments snd rooms all cntrHv c
cated. Oho. M. Hawks, 425 Main i
misii:i.i,am:oih
LOST Between Conirress iiimI I'iiIoii
Sllii'lN, n Kulil olil-faHhliHH'd broarli
Mi'l Willi Htolll'H. 'I'llO pill S Vllllllllllc
moslly us it keepsake. Kinder plcnse
return lo Ilaimer otlii e nml receive re
wind, 4JU
LOST--.X Soil Liberty Bond, No.
:!!'n!!(l. Kinder please return to Wal
ler A. iMinli'Mii, liurni'HH roiiil ami e
relve rowuril
NoTB'E Will fixcliKiino row for
heavy draff borsn. Address 1'. O. Ilox,
'Mii North UciiiiliitfUui, Yt. XMt
VEGETABLES
era inc.
Phones 350 and 490
VELOCITY OF BIG SMELLS
Geometer Uses Problem of How Lonj
Time Is Required for Stone to
Fall to Center of Earth.
Ptmlylnir the velocity of shells nnd
hullets fired In the war led" Mntiriee
fntiRcr, n French geometer, to turn
to the old question of the time it
voultl take n stone, to fall to the center
of the earth. Ills conclusion was that
it would take about 20 minutes 34 sec
onds. Gassenddi, who pave the subject
much thought In the lust century, made
tho time minutes even. Mersenne
on the other hand contended that six
hours would be required.
Sanger says that as the stone np
proaehed the center of the earth It
would bo drawn downward by-4he core
of the earth and upward by the shell
which it find already penetrated. Tlif
rate at which the density of the earth
varies or increases m we penetrate to
Renter depths is unknown.
Saucer's
formula Is based upon consideration
of the moment of Inertia of the eurth,
as calculated, from the precession of
the equinoxes, which apree with ob
servations on the density of the earth
conducted In mine shafts.
If n shaft were driven rlpht thronph
the earth the stone wonld appear at the
Antipodes after 3H minutes HO seconds
nnd then return to IN starting point,
ot which It would make Its reappear
ance at the end of 1 hour 17 minutas.
uany I nougnt.
ilany men build ns cathedrals were
built, the part nearest the ground fin
ished; but that part which soars to
ward heaven, the turret'; 2nd the
spires, forever Incomplete. Henry
Ward Beechcr.
AUTOMOBILE
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irrd mntori to know what we know abul
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Learn what those whn nr usinc H7
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cut the. cjrhon out ol my motor and im
proved my "gas" 25 to 40V Shall bo
pleased to recommend IIy Sii;n to my
rtuto friends and to any others who
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We don't care what mako your cngfne
in, nr what condition it is in. tiive it the
H V-SIGN, cut out vour carbon and improve
your gasoline. Absolutely bunnies. to all
engiavs.
Get BY SIGN from your di aler or
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Uin b.r PKHR trcil box o( HY-
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TRIAL BOX ol H Y SIGN Carboo pemov
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1 iVJ that ma ? f K , Lec 0(i V J0 THC -PANW- AM WMOCCO OOT ? . VGP 1 ,
Wrt 4Jt t' - I - - .t ; fj N,iwi,.i.nilv'li'i , ' P'H - - - --. , ,
' T- - i - - mim rllMStll l n.M mi i". I . in. .. ' 1 '' .lii 'i i..
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a
caller In the Valley recently. '
Ellin liouiiion anJ Jesse Woodard
spout ih Fourth in rteniiinsion.
IMwin, Vernio and Helen Fiilmore
spent the 4th in llennington.
Mr. and Mrs. Adalbert Woodard and
party motored to Granville Sunday.
nue v ree uranKO win nuiu a piL-j
nic at iiauieneia rarx tnuaj, juij
Mrs. J. F. Stanley and daughter,
Eva, were llennington visitors July
4th.
liaehael I'.ouplon of Bennington vis
ited in the Valley Saturday and Sun
day. K. W. Fuller and family motored to
Lake St. Katherine for the day Sun
day. Truman Amidon of Shaftsbury visit
ed his sister. Mrs. S. Center last
week.
Mrs. S. Center nnd Mrs. C. L. Pea
cock were lloosick Falls guests re
cently, v r
Mr. and Mrs. George Uouplon visit
ed at Clayton Heeds In Shaftsbury
Sunday.
F. W. Fuller and Lester Peters
were in lloosick Falls on business
Tuesday.
Mrs. F. Fuller and son Clyde were
in South Shaftsbury and Hennineton
recently.
John Peters of lloosick Falls was
an over Sunday nuest at the home of
Fred Peters.
Clayton lteed and son Francis of
Shaftsbury called at lleorao Hon
ilons Mondav.
Leon Spencer, who is on a ftir
ouuh at his home, is frequently seen
on the ii' ail route.
Mrs. Fred Peters and Mrs. ('. L.
Peacock were in Hooslck Falls on
business Saturday.
Misses Helen and Lillian liotiplon
visited friends in lloosick Falls and
Hennineton reienlly.
Mis. Jared Howard is spending
'he week with iter daughter, Mrs. C.
. Fstes in Pennington.
Marshall Fillmore, who has cmploy
nent n Petcr.-ilnirgh was at his
home tAo or three days recently.
Mrs. 0. IL Howard and son, RtRi
:ia!.i of Loving. New Mexico are vis
iting in Shaftsbury this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Harrington
.ind family of Green Mountain Valley
visited in the place over Sunday.
Mrs. Elii:.i Millington, who has been
visit iiiK at Kenneth Dunham's at
Hedges Lake, has returned home.
Floyd Houplon was an over Sunday
visitor at his home here, returning
to Camn lievens Monday inoriilng.
Fred Peters, who was .Injured on
Jeimaln Hill farm, is Improving rapid
ly and expect to assume his duties
toon.
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Hire and fam
ily and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Cone
nnd family from Shaftsbury visited
at tho homo of Mrs. James nouplon
Sunday.
A good crowd welcomed Rev. and
Dr. rtartlett of nenninston n
Mrs. Robinson at the parsonage Tues; Istence. At nny rnte the fact remain
day evening. They were the. recipl-; tlmt tl Klnns liave rte-elrietl a clvlll
ents of 12 silver teaspoons, 'ce .ir, .,, ,.. ,,., triterrt. It
j cream and cake were served nnd o
j social evening enjoyed by all.
SUNDERLAND
Mrs. Frank Gray was In lloosick
Falls Saturday.
i Miss Mildred Cook of Manchester
spent Sunday la town.
Mr. and Mrs. Giles Cacon were in
West Arlington Sunday.
The Misses Hazle and Doris
Goy-
! otte were In town Sunday.
i . Miss Dorothy Pt.rdy of East Dorset
! is the guest of Miss Edith Pike.
J Miss Gladys Baker of Manchester
' is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. B. A
Parker.
Mr. and Mrs. Byron Ilazletnn and
children spent the Fourth at Brattle
boro, Vt.
Miss Edith Pike has returned home
after spending several days at North
field, Mass.
Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Andrews of Rut
land spent Sunday at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. E. G. Bacon.
j Miss Maude Harrington and Miss
Loletta Baker of Arlington spent a
j portion of the day Sunday in town.
Mrs. J. E. Harris and sons, Smith
! and Francis ; pent the Fourth nt tho
home of Mr. and Mrs, Timothy Harris
, at S.juiIi Shaftshury.
I Mr .and Mrs. William Waile have
'returned' to Arlington after spending
'a week with the formers parents,
Mr. and Mis. Raymond Walte.
rwrweiSHOvlv.n Ol.
, WtTHOUT OWG IF
.-Air. Hunt la suendlns a few weeks;
with her sister, Mr. Millit'Ston.
Miss Mildied Hatehelder of Cam-
bridge. Mass., is snemliiu a few days ,
n , ' , ' , t x, i
Jir. ami jirs. rrauK i-uiu
of New
York- are occupying their home here
for the present.
Mrs. S. Jones of Clilcaso is spend
in On ciimmf trirh hrr ilant?htpr
yrg
Mijltngton.
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Jones enter
tained Mr. Jonea sister, nephew and
nleco from Bennington the first of the
week.
0. L; Richardson Is housed with a
sprained ankle which he received by
being thrown out of his busxy when
his horse ran away while he was driv
ing one day last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Phillips and
daughter of Putney visited her broth
er, Delmer Stone a short time the
last of the week. Mr. Phillips'
mother returned with them.
John Byard of Southboro, Mass.,
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Williams and
two children of Marlboro, Mass., Mr.
and Mrs. Loster Farnuni and daugh
ter of Manchester Depot called
relatives in town the Fourth.
u"
Mrs. Mary Phillips and her daugh-i,,
ter, Mrs. Arthur Burroughs of Man
chester spent last week with their
nephew and otiHtyn, Nn F. Williams.
Mrs. W. 11. Walker of Manchester al
so spenfe a few days of la-fl. week there.
Miss Adelaide Lakin returned from
a few weeks spent, at her home in
Waterville, Me., last week. She was
acronipanled by her sisteivMrs. A. H.
Bridge's and daughter who will spend
a few weeks with their sister, Mrs.
John Russell.
Miss Evelyn Burroughs' class of
junior girls will give a short play next
Sunday morning at the close of the
Sunday school lesson upon the life
of girls in India. .These girls cordial-1 ai""n
ly Invite you to bo present at our!
nuuuit.v suuuui. v:Biuii.
The annual meeting of the P.ed
Cross-branch will be held at their i
rooms Wednesday afternoon. The fob:
lowing garments have been made and
sent from here during, the past year;
24 pajamas,. 2t sweaters, i mufflers,
!i prs. Bokh, 24 helmets, 15
prs. Bocks, 24 hornets, 15 lrs.!,
wristlets, ;iti towels, l.do. napkins;
and 13 filled comfort bass.
Hlllcrest Tea Room opened lis fifth;
reason Tuesday July 2. The follow
ing guests were registered, to July 6.
Helen Ross, M. C. Ross, C. II. Ross
and F. A. Mattisun of South Shafts-!
bury; Mr. and Mrs.-Valley, Leo. N. !
.; Mr: and Mrs. waiter Kreggana,
U'eehawken. N. .!.: Frank Baldwin,
Edward Gill. IS. I). Sloan, R. R.
Emery. J. J. Jerne. H. C. Lawson.
.Montpeitert. James Murpny, John
Idle, J. Hill Eethel. Vt.: F. L. Os
borne. Burlington, Vt.: Win. Jenkln
Bangor. Me.: P. L. Wilson. Bos
ton, Mass., and W. E. Blxby, . Barre,
Vt.
"Fittest" Under the Arctic Circle.
We think of Greenland a u fro.a i
and desolate land, lit only for the
ubodo of the hardy Eskimos. And (
in Finland, In a severe northern 411- :
mate, has grown up a hardy nnd virile j
nice. Perhaps It was because only the )
sturdiest could survive under such
conditions, for Isolation bred self-tell-rtnee
ami Industry was necessary to ex-
Is not surprising", to oue familiar with
the Finns and their history, to know
that a republic bus been proclaimed.
No people are more truly democratic
Under the autocratic rule of the czars
Finland maintained her democratic in
stitutions, and It was the only part uf
Russia where the traveler was free to
wove about without having; a demand
Inade almost dally for Ids passport.
The Tlussfan calendar which Is 13 days
behind our own was Ignored -nnd In
every way the public nnd socinl ctn
toms differed from those of the Itu
slans, Nevin O. Winter. Id the OUris
linn Herald.
New Idt In Shaping Glass Tubes.
A. reported Or man inuthod of shap
ing glass tubes consists in placing a
core of tho desired form and site la n
somewhat larger glass tube, cxhaufct
.ng the nlr from the tube and sealing
It, and then rotating while kept hot
nntll the outside nlr pressure fits the
glass closely about the core. '
Iguana Valuable Food.
. Th, bluo;K..lguaiHiiX.CaUfornla, of
which the scientific name ls ceutesaur
accnthur. In allusion to the comblike
crest of K'Nuesi along Ibe back, ncanthur
tneflnlnK"sprinK-tilled," Is allied tn the
"ring-ttillt d" Iguana, but unlike the Ja-1
limli-aii igminu,' Its Ilcsh Is highly es-;
teehied. 1
tSuK
Mte
CAST
I CC.r INTO. AN . . .
Accident am'
Aa
Potter was in Manches-
ter Friday.
j. L- jioon arrived here from New
York Tu.day.
Miss Harriet Davidson
' Miss Harriet Davidson has been;
quite ill with the mumps. j
Edward Brady, who has been, visit
ing in Troy, has returned.
Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Roberts and
daughter Charlotte were in Manches
ter recently.
Mr. and Mrs. Gooding and son of
Milwaukee. Wis., are visitinir Mr. and
Mrs. J. L. Moon. . i
Arvin Brady of Lion, NT. Y., spent!
over the Fourth the guest of Mr. and
Mrs. John Dalton. j
Miss Philinda Roberts and Quincy
Jones were in Manchester. Center
Thursday calling on friends and rela
tives. Little Miss Mary Charlotte Moon
celebrated her one year old birthday
Saturday by entertaining 18 of her
friends. ' i
Mrs. A. A. Cross and Miss Elizabeth ,
M. Kelley left Monday for Williams-.
town, M., where tney expect to stay;
for sometime. j
Mr. Davidson, who has been spend-1
'
ing a few days with his family at.
i'Kewayden" cottage, returned to New;
j York Monday.
Mrs. A. A. Cross and Miss Eliza
I beth M. Kelley arrived here Thtirs
! day from Boston, Mass., where they
have been spending sometime.
. Miss Dorothy Kelley, who was the
guest of bcr sister, Mrs. P. V. Mc
Laughlin oi Manchester Center last
week returned home Sunday.
The following letter has been re
(eived by Mrs. Julia E. Potter from
iter nephew, Edward Potter who is in
the U. S. Navy and has also made his
fifth round trip to France and back
New
York
M.
Dear Aunt:
Arrived in New York and am fool-
(ntr ftnn mill IwtllA thta flndu vnn all
lht, w? had a ,el av.
ing had three submarine attacks go-
i ing over, but saw nothing coming
: bnelr I Im.l n teltpr from John writ-
' ir . aIr,ht 1han
and living in a dugout In the trenches.
How is everything in Dorset and have
any of the boys gone to France yet?
Write and tell me all the news. I
am not expecting a furlough this trip.
They say the ship sails again -this
week. I expect to get transferred to
the navy barracks but am not sure
; yel. ( i)ave been on this ship 11
, months and made five trips across
; and have only had five days off since
t enlisted. I will write when I can
, aiui VOu know where I co. but mv
address will be the same, unless I
get foreign duty. Then I will send
my new address., John wrote that
the'y were all lousy. They call them
"cooties." He said, he liked it. It Is
a terrible place to be in. The gas
the Germans use, make what it
doesn't kill, crazy. 1 saw 125 that
left Bordeaux. Poor fellows they
were all crazy and one fellow with a
leg off. They wer broueht to New
York for treatment. Well I must
c'ose for this time. With love and
best wishes to all. Edward.
HE GAINED 26 LBS.
She Eacanu Hnnp and Ploashg -j
Fltsh-Maker Found. EatltCna Wack FHEE j
i - A real fli-sh-malcer and
strencth-fiiver h.is been d;i- ,
coven d. 1 at il 1 r lew
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ef blood,bl'adii.'r Nerve; ind
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CLKIOMi and rue yoi-r
quick cam. tone up. tjui.d
up, fill out neck, liouM'-rs. buM and hubs.
Doctor, ministers, ouises, men nod women
cl all nnos wtita how CUTUMi had vaca
tr.em k-i.n,streni:th ana
health alter everythinir
rst failed to help then).
Hero is a picture ol
v'm. Kieltcrwho gjia
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Mtnes stronger than reason Is illus
trated : by the following Incidents
There had been shipped on n Missis
sippi river steamboat a box with n iflass
cover, containing a very active rattle-
snnke. Wfceuever nnyone approached i
the box the serpent would Rtrike the
cover. The owner of the reptile dial-''
longed nnyone to hold his finger on
the glass nnd let tho rattler strike at ;
It. There was no danger, and It'
seemed an easy thing to do. First one!
and then another tried It, but when tho
snake gave its vicious spring the
finger wns Invariably drawn back with
a Jerk. Instinct wag stronger than
reason and will combined.
Reliable Workers.
Victims of nervous and, other ills!
should keep out Jn the nlr and sun- "
dhine, get all the exercise possible, and
then go to bed "with the chickens."
This "fornhila" will woo sleep w hen nil
other helps full; hut late hours post-'
poned retiring will only add to these!
persons woes. Early rising nnd early '1
retiring niways go hand In hand.!
Hence, the business girl or woman
hould. If she has hor own best Inter-'
ests at heart, taboo trite retiring. Otic j"'
envlse It Is nut of (he question to ex-.
pect that she can report at her desk i
or In tho workroom with calm cool'
tierves, or feeling physically able t j
dispose f her day's tasks wbntevei ; -
they may be.
Children ury
FOR FLETCHER'S
CASTORIA
rEiHERE are a great many ways
.1 of advertising a business
But nobody has ever improved on the
Kood old-fashioned plan of telling the
plain truth.
HARRISON L MORTON
3
FURNISHES
Absolutely Reliable Insurance
.'' AND NO 0THKR KIND iA
TCCC
WCUO,
TceTHl
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out t
Federal'
Resetve
StjsCGin
helps -
YOU
It was
Created
Primarily
Bennington County
National Bank
UQIES' ANO GENTS' TAIlOWKiV
Call and see my new line of materials aiul
KKAUY-TO WEAK MEN'S BUlTsS at rcaw.s
alue prices. j
Cleaning, P.eiwlngand Repairing of all kind
TKt,
St-J . ISO NOUTH BTHKBT
WANTED
,.,. .- -:
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!()()() if. to 3000 ft. of 2 inch
Hickory.
Bolden -Leonard Co
HELP WANTED
IN
LUMBER YARD
Wages $3 per day
. North Bennington
Crystal Ice Co.
Foot of School St.
Phone - - 490
re
bykem kling:
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COMPANV- SAV, CCHG RtHT
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