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BENNINGTON EVENING BANNER. THURSDAY, JANUARY 16, 1919. i. a A" Big d3 r- i Program -THURSDAY the Biggest Thin?. FRIDAY the Uncom mon Thing. . . r , , , , , SUNDAY 1 0 iSO A. M. Rome Service. .''if . - All members of the family are invited. 1 SUNDAY 3 sOO P. M. Women only. ? ; SUNDAY 7:30 P. M. Everybody is coming! " I ; ' SOUTH SHAFTSBURY METHODIST CHURCH. BENNINGTON BRIEFS New of the Town and Village Told Briefly for Busy Readers Jrues Fox was In Troy Wednesday on business. John Conroy of town Wednesday. i James Fox was in Troy Wednesday tn towji Wednesday." . . Irs. J. H. Reichlins of Arlington was in town Wednesday. J. J. Shakshober wan in Clasten Miry Wednesday on business. .Leon Percey has begun cutting;lco in Pereey's jond at the Hcnntngtoti Flats. K,. ( ::i Miss Adeline Condon is spending a few days visiting; friends in Cheshire, Mass. Max Feinburg, manager of the Home Airniture C6., is spending a few days n New York on business. Miss Isubello G. Tudor has been jailed to North AdaniB by the illness t her brother, Harold T. Tudor. Miss Kita Morrissey, small daugh Ends Stubborn Coughs ? in a Hurry I Far rt flMimmt, thin old ham mad rntl? ha no equal. Eas ily aad rbmply prepared. rlington was in YouH never know how nuirklv a had cough can be conquered, until you try this lamou old home-made remeuy. Any one Mho lias coughed all iv and all IUiMit. will mt uihc me imnicuiiup rdiei eivrn is almost like magic. It takes but a moment to prepare, and really there is nothing Utter for wuHi. Into a pint bottle, put 2V ounce of Fines: -then add Dlaiu c mutilated Hti"ur UTrun to make a full pint. Or you c:rn use clarified ' molasses, . Imnov. .! cor a Pvrun. instead of sugar- syrup if lrired. , Jiitucr way, the full pi lit huvch iihout two-tbmls t tlio money iiKiiallv nrtit for cohl'Ii prenaratioiiK. and uivea vou a more nohitive. effective remedy, it keens perfi-ctly and lawtee pleasant children hko it. Vou can feel this "take hold instantly, sontliinir nnd licalm" the membranes in , all the air pasmajre. it promptly loosens a dry, tight cough, and soon you will 'notice the phlegm thin out and then diKappear altogether. A duv's upo will NORTH BENNINGTON Miss Kat'.ierine Powers is recover-! ins Me-wlv from a severe illness. C. ('. Kenyon of r.aiiu street exteu-, siou. is recovering from his recent Hl-i ness. , Miss Lillian ltuehanan of Kenning-; ton Is the guest of her sister. Mrs. H. 3. Walbridge. j Mrs. Edward Austin, who has been' very ill witn inranimaiory rueuwa tisni. is thought to be gaining slowly Mrs. Josephine Iinindage and daushj .er Miss Lillian, who have been ill' with influenza,-are able to?;. be out. ; ' . N, ..i f Don't forget the Current. Events : .t . . '..rt U ill ti t n n 1 ' na'laiii. ! ige, Friday evening at 7.30. Every body invited, Mrs. T. K. Wellington returned Wed aesday from New York city, where ihe attended the funeral services of Rev. T. F. Turner. S4U SO -! El to X 1 e-a " i II -. EXPLAINED- . nV SA-ML'FL HAVILTOX. M.P. " A French phyMoloirlpt doscribed man a " diprcs tivc? tubo with arranpemonts i'or !ocomotion and puidanco." It is ccminonly paid that most people . '"dicr thoir pniws with their teeth." The disaatroua ! cfiVcts of constipation have always been well known.' It is oiiiily un.iit'i'ritM).l how stIous are the troubles! ij which we caused by stagnation of dccij-ed matter in U the lnrpj inu'iiirw.s"-(xnin reaosorDcu anu laNen: u ii '.er of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. M or rlssey , : usually break, up an ordinary throat or 3 confined to the house by illness. i j-nest cow, ana it u uiso spicnuiu ior broni'liitiR, croup, whoopuiK rough, and iUJ. uruii imiurr, i unimi, mni'mu lirniRliml astnllia. Resources of a IBank DL3L13iiS899,694.62 ill 614,288.38 GiiiiNi9i8SZZ5.40B.23 - We invite you to mate use of this bank for any accommodation we can render COtiNTY NATIONAL BANK ing a few days visiting at tne notne of Mrs. William Andrews of Silver street. Aaron Levin who has been visiting friends in town for a few days, re turned Wednesday to his home in Springfield. Mr. and Mrs. William Keefe of Rut land were In town Wednesday to at tend tho Murphy-Kelson wedding. Mrs Keefe Is a sister of Mr. Mnrphy. Eddington'a fish and variety market. All kinds of fish, oysters and clams, chickens, home-killed at lowest mar ket prices. Clam chowder. Adv. Mrs. James E. Ilurke left today to Join Mr. Durko in Washington. They Pincx is a most valuable concentrated compound of trenuine Norway pine ex tract, kaown as the most reliable remedy for throat, and chest ailments. To avoid disappointment, ask your drugsrist for "iVj ounces of I'inex" with full directions and don't accept anything else. Guaranteed to give absolute satis faction or money promptlr refunded, The I'inex Co., Ft. Wayne, Ind. nington hill Thursday evening. A party of seven coasters was coming down the hill about l't o'clock on a double runner which Jb believed to havo caught in a rut a the long Rled -,,, long residence fassca away expect to leave shortly for California, slewed and overturned. All of the I where they will spend tho winter. I coasters escaped injury with the ex- John A. Morrissey Is at the homo of ception or urmso. who was am ParR Pollard Co. LAY BUS or IPOOLTOY "HAS THE KICK that makes hens T FEED THEY CAJ'T LOAF-It's Lay or Bust and they don't Bust. ron SAiiB bit I). W. FtlYEBS h SON, ING. Office & Yard Foot School St. Phone 350 or 490 ! his purents, Mr. and Mrs. John 1 MorriRsey, on Washington street. Jle has been attending the University of Vermont, but was forced to conio home because of ill health. See the third U. S. official war feat ure, "Under Four Flans," presented by the Committee on Public Informa tion Division of Films, at Harte The atre today. More action than you can ! realize. A Hunshiuc laugh-maker will I also be ahown.- ad?. "Under Four Flairs." the latest of the new famous series of war features i ''n at his home at Old Pennington produced by the Government for the I helng released from the service, people of the United States and the 'left Thursday night for Hanover, N. Allies, will he shown at the Harte t H to resume his studies at Dart- as steersman. Ha was taken to the I olflce of a physician who made n ex amination and gave It as his belief that the ankle was not broken. Oscur Cross is confined to iliei houso by illness. Kugene J. Crahan, who has been confined to tho house for several weeks by Illness, passed an nnnomfort able nisht and, his condition today showed no Improvement. Charles F. II. Crathern, jr., who has NORTH WHTE CREEK William Geary was In Bennington recently. Mrs. Mary LeBarron is seriously ill with influenza. ' Charles Bennett is out again after a few days Illness. James Luke has returned to his work in Schenectady. John Luke Is improving after hav ing an attack of influenza. Fred Wculff is out again after being sick for some time with gripps Forest Luke was home a few days last week on a furlough from a Vir ginia Aviation camp. t'har.CB YV. Asan has returned to his home in Valley Falls after spend ing a couple of days last week at i Charles Bennett's. I .Mrs. Aintira uuacKenuusn. a me Decern ber 27 at her home here. Funeral Service was held at the Methodist church at CambrlilRO Monday after oon interment in ureenwood cenie- I tery. into thr circulation , Utis U called autointoxication It is iiiiptirent, thereiMv, that tho first necessity is is to cleanse the intestines thoroughly. . -.. : , ; The lest jnctiioj ff-r't'lefinsinn: the wli'olo intestinal tract find urjring the liver into activity is to take as ; much outdoor cxerci:ie impossible, drink hot water i; before meals, and take a pleasant laxative, vegetable . i)ill occasionally. Such a one is.maile up of May- IJf :vp'M: apple, leaves ct aloe, root of jalap; made into a ; 'vwfe "-' j ' supar-coatcd pill that gives tone to the bowels. ' 'jjlfe- - :.-' 1 v This first made and sold by druggists nearly fifty years ao, as Ur. Fierce's Pleasant Pellets. I he cost 13 twenty-five cents. Such simple means will prevent auto-intoxication. People arc realizing that the kidneys, just as do the towels, need to be flushed occasionally. Tho kidnevs aro nn pliminativf ortrnn nrifl nrp cntmtnntlv vunrVimr snnnrntincr . Uric acid causing rheu- 51 vW-'ii;'; fMlS'e other serious dist.nrrmnns. WmJtf $5L This fan ho nvnUUI hv '''WmmiSSh stimulating the kidneys to in- ; .;'.- y'!'l!!?Wfl !rcrea action, and because of t .Alt' . .' 1 .'. : 4 : ..a-.-i. .. .i , . t j i iu) Luiuc t-uccL on uic'se orsans m fi . T 4 yKTW "! the poisons lrom the blood. fe ' t i?t(P'!. hac UP int0 the system. i.11ii''VW(..ll.tH.'l:'.'.i., 1. would advise any one to get wuiAijm, Anunc (double strength). which ia to be had nowadays for sixty cenU, at almost any drug, store, and take it three times a day. Also driak hot water before meals. vt SOUTH SHAFTSBURY i , The Kvangelestle meetings in the South Shaftsbury church, , under the direction of J'.ev. 0. K. Cary, assisted by .Miss -Corps, are increasing in in terest. The song service Is especially tine. Theatre today at regular admission. A sure treat. Don't miss it. adv. Robert Cummings, who is In the employ of the Turner Construction company, is at the home of his par ents, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Cummings Xor; of re'atlves for a brief period. He Is an Indefinite stay. He has lately been -under instructions to report in Wash Ptatloned in Lowell. Mass., where ; Ing ton on Saturday. mouth college. Capt. John H. Ayres, formerly of the 45th U. S. engineers but now on detached service, arrived in town Thursday night and will be the guest LAYERS NEED ANIMAL FEED work has been suspended because of a strike. i Nicholas Morrisey was in town i Wednesday to attend the Murphy Kelson wedding. Mr. Morrissey has ! received his discharge from the ser j vice but has not yt been released and lui8 been coufined to the Methodist- Episcopal hospital because of an in-, ! jury to his finger several months ago. Morgan Bridge, who lives on School ' : street, suffered a sprained ankle in j a coasting accident on the Old Don- Children Cry for Fletcher's '6 Hon't read Saturday's Banner and then wish you had Keen the basket ball game the evening before between O. H. S. and Wllliamstown IL S. See that game; it will be well worth your l time nnd money. Uame called at 8 p. in. and dancing after. Admission 2."c. adv. REVOLUTIONARY WAR SWORD FOR KINDLING AND BROILING .T; ' ' ' IT HAS NO EQUAL FOR SALE AT YOUR GROCERY STORE AFTER INFLUENZA The Grip, Fevers, nd Other Blood. Poisoning, Prostrating Diseases. Tho best course of restorative, treat ment, purifying tho blood, stn-nirtli- ening the nerves, stimulating tho j iitt'i, i; Hood's Sarsapnrilla, tho standard l iood purifier, before entinjr, Pepliron, a real iron tonic (choco lated pills), after eatinjr. Hood's Pills (cathartic, mild nnd effective) as needed. Tlioso three prcnt medicines make convalescence real, rapid nnd per fect. They tire also of service in tho prevention of disease and the preser vation Of health. They form llood's Triple Combination Treatment. Kfich is pood alone; all are good together. Get them today. ' 1". .. i ; t - ;HARTE THEATRE' Today Special! Special! Special! 6 iter TT1 TmH 9 mw mm QJJ - i Third U. S. Official War Picture 5 reels of the most stirring scenes of tho last big Buttles of the War. SEE FOCII AND PERSHING AT HISTORIC VERSAILLES. ": SEE THE YANKEE FLIER URING DOWN A GERMAN PLANE. SEE THE FIGHTERS AT CHATEAU-THIERY AND ON THE HAVE. '' ' ACTION FROM BE6INNNINQ TO EN.?: All see ics taken by cameramen, some of whom were killed In action in order to g-.e America these wonderful pictures. Show your appreciation of their heroic work. DONT MISS IT. A Smashing Good SUNSHINE COMEDY i will also be shown. Presented to Vermont Historical So ciety by G. C. Dwinell. NVintpolier. Jan Ij. The . annual meeting of the Vermont Historical so ciety took place .Tuesday afternoon in the new state building In Montpol ier, when the old officers were elected, excepting (!. L. illaiicliard as a cur ator instead of A. J. Sibley, deceased, and Marry p.lari; In place of Frederick O. Fleetwood, who was r.erretary of state. There were 21 accepted for membership. A sword, carried by Captain Archalns DwineU In the Revo lutionary war, was presented by (5. C. Dwinell of Marshfield to the society. The new officers are: Piesldent. V. W. Stlckner. Ludlow; vlce-presl-W. W. Stickney, Ludlow; vice C. P. Smith, Hurlintton. and Frank I'liimly Northfleld; rerordlriR secre tary, 1. S. Howes, Mcntnolier; cor responding secretary, W. H. Crockett; librarian, I). H. K. Kent, Montpeller; ! treasurer, Henry V. Field. Rut'nnd.j The curators are: J. M. Thomart, Mid-' dlebury. II. P. MrCulloiiKh. Bennln-j ton, Arthur K. Stone, St. Johnsbury, j Henry II. Shuw. l'.uriington, T. t'ut tinK, Concord. F. L. tlreene. St. Al bans, II. V. Fink. Grand Is'e, C. s.i l'ase. Hyde Park. H. K. Darllns, Chel-i sea, Frederick Ilaldwin. Itarton, F. C, I'artritlire. Proctor, O. L. P.Ianchnrd, ; MrntiH'ller, . 8. Haves. Bellows! Falls, G. A. Davis, Windsor, exodlclo, narry itiacR. nenjamin 5ates, (. W. Wine, Montno'icr. President Stickiwy nnuounced his committees today, as follows: Fi nance. C. P. Smith. Iiurlinnton, p. v. Partridge. Proctor, H. L. Farwell. Montielicr, H. P. McCulloua.li. lien nington. F. W. Ilaldwin, llarton; print ItiK, I), p. H. Kent. Montpeller, P. S. HoweN. .Montpeller, V. II. Crockett. Rurllnatnn. Green Cut Bone, Meat or Fish Scraps Are Good. Washington, Jan. 11. Chickens eat a large amount of animal matter In the form of insects, worms, and other low forms of animal life when allowed lo range at will. If the poultry keep er is to get the best results from his fowls in winter ho must furnish a sub stitute for this class of feed. For this purpose green cut hone, meat or fish scraps, and animal meal may be used Clrem cut bone is usually fed by Itself while the scraps and meal may be readily mixed with the mash. Cut bi np consists of preen or fresh bone sliced or shaved Into thin pieces by a bene cutter. Hones fresh from the batcher have more or less meat ad hering, and the more of such meat the better, for the combination of bene and meat is excellent for pro ducing eggs.. Where a scod supply of fresh bone can bo obtained regularly it Is very useful, but it can not be kept sweet fur such long "periods as the scraps and animal meal. Green cut bone Fhnuld be fed careful! - and In a sweet condition, otherwise bowel trcuble may result. One pound a day i.s sufficient for 20 liens, but not over one-half pound should bo fed to that number when first bo.uinnliiK lo feed it. From one-half to throe fourths pound of animal meal or meat scraps may lie fed to 12 or 13 hens Any form cf meat Is likely to loosen tho bowels of the hen when first led. and the hens should be watched care- j fully and not fed too mtich.'After the j fowls have become accustomed to the animal meal or meat scraps It may be kept constantly before them. 7 " and has been c SI? sjCftf-f-J1- sonal supervisio VAX'&i&ufvZ Allow no one to The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been in use for over thirty years, nas oorne tne signature or and has been maae unaer rns per- sion since its infancy. deceive you in tMs. All Counterfeits, Imitations and Just-as-good " are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the bealtn of ,. What is CASTOR I A Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing SyTups. It is pleasant. It contains, ; neitner upium, xviorpninc nor uiuci uojujiii, huusiuulc. us .ge is its guarantee. For more thaa thirty years it has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, A "Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids ' the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep. The Childrca's Panacea The Mother's Friend. GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS (Bears the Signature of r j - iiMiimirnrr - lo Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought MWVOKC TV, Tomorrow Dainty MAKGUEKITB CLAKK in famous "Sur.Dcb" stories. PATIIE NEWS. UAH'S MATINEE 1IK)L" one of the v .Coininif VTAXXt WHITE in THE LIGHTNING UA1DEH." A Real Remedy for Falling Hair Here's pood ucwh for men nml wom en. liom lialr in ImIUhr out. who are KrowlnR ha Id and have urnlim revered with dandruff thai iliti like mad. W. L. tlokay or any nood dniKslal can now minply you wl'h II o seimliio I'urlainii wige (liiiuhl form), whlrh In guaranteed to quickly, purely and safety abotlxh every hIuu of dandruff Htop Itrhlnit ncalp nnd falling hair nd promote a new growth, r nioiioy re fuiidtnl. Thousand ran tenllfy lo Hi excel lent roHiilta from it nxe; noine who feared ImldnoHR now glory In their abundant hair, while others who miffcr ed for years wlih dandniit and Itch ing head got a clean, cool cnl after: just a few days' use of this simple j treatment. No mntter whether hoihered with j fall'iug hair, pray hair, inn I tod, stringy j hair, dandruff or Itching ncalp try I Parisian sage -you will not lie dlnap-' pointed. It's ;i ( Icr.tiHc preparation that supplies all hair in-cds. HOME F RNITURE CO., Walbridffe Bldg. 525-29 Main StM RenningtontVt. FECIAL SALE Rather than to carry over to next Winter we wi'l sell all our stock -ables, Blankets and Parlor Stoves at a Reduction cf 15 cents on Comfort a dollar Blankets and Comfortables $7.00 white woolnap blanket $5.95 $8.50 white and gray woolnap blanket 7.20 $13.00 white wool blanket $10.50 $7.50 plaid blankets G.35 $0.50 plaid blankets $S.OO $7.00 robe blankets $5.95 SG.75 Of) i-nlm U.mt-ntc $0.50 comfortable $5.50 $8.00 comfortable $0.75 STOVES $14.50 Stoves $12.50 $22.00 Stoves $1S.50 $25.00 Stoves $21.00 $32.00 Stoves $27.00 $38.00 Stoves $32.00 Stove Repairs Wo can repair there will ! no wast moderate. your Move or range so that of coal. Charges will bo it: , 'j Ml' m.J. ., ',-''r.i..;Jii',"i-H,i4i : '; f Vi ('V r, ; v ! V.J We havo a well known make lnai lilne in cabinet nml drop head models that we can mo 11 for 40 per cent, less than any ot!n;r make and tilt y carry the biiiuo guarantee as uny machine on the nmrUot. Phonographs Now is the time to buy your phonograph as the cold win ter nights are on and it . will surely amuse you. We havo them from and up All cabinet models. Oil!"?'; 7 (lur line of baity eaniages Is coinpK'io. Wo have thriii in grey, Ivory, hliellae, brown In reed and wood bodies. Home Furniture. Co.