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THE 1JENN1NGT0N EVENING IJANNLL SATIUDAY, DECErrEU SO, 1022..
BENNINGTON BRIEFS I jralff -- I The Jewett offers 2800 pounds of tested metal and fine mechanical construction. It is heavy because it is built to endure. The frame, axk3 and all other chassis units were selected, not because of their C03t, but because of their strength and efficiency. All this, with a superb 50-horsepower, six-cylinder motor, can be yours for $995 f. o. b. Detroit. That's only part of the story. Get behind the wheel and learn the rest. JAS. P. CULLINAN Arlington, Vt. Hi Ml Clothes Cleaning Pressing Repairing We solicit the patronage of those who for one reason or another are displeased with the valet service they are now getting. We solicit those who may be over particular about the way their work is done. We solicit those who appreciate care and attention to details. . ( ALL WHO COME MAY FEEL ASSURED OF SERVICE THAT'S DIFFERENT. C. W. Petersen CUSTOM TAILOR AND FURRIER. 112 South St., Bennington, Vt. Telephone 301-51. News of the Town and Village and Advertisement. i You cull join the Chil.stimiH Club ul the First National Dank uny day next week. I Carolyn M. C'lurk, graduate nurse, is prepared to take private cases.- Can be reached at HOI Grove street. ,2StO Four buckle overshoes lor nii'ii. j women and childn n at very , low ' prictB at li. Shiinltntzky. 115 North :St. " Women's $2.25 uilk Iiohc full faHh iunoil, nenmed buck, cordovan and , black n.3!t at R. Shlmllntzky, 115 ! North St. j UcnnlnKtoii Sanitary laundry will I run an usual Monday, Junuaryi 1. 1 Everyone- have their work ready for the driver. 31t3 There will bo a meeting of the, wardens and vestry of St. 1'etcrn church .immediately after the 10:30 service tomorrow. Applicants deniroiiH of entering tho February clans of North Adains Train ing School for Nurses, North Adains, Mass. please write Superintendent. lt'costa only a fraction of a 'cent morn to flavor a dessert with Haker's Certified Extract instead -of an imi tation extract, and jt's worth It! All grocers. See John Gilbert in "The Love Gambler." lie was as fresh as a new-laid egg, he was as sure as taxes and lie always maJe good. Also a Johnnie Jones comedy. Harte thea tre today. Services at St. Peter's Church to morrow will be Holy Communion ut 7:30; Morning Prayer and sermon at 1 :-30 ; -Church School at noon; Evening ! Prayer and address at 7:30. Monday belriK tho F"ast of the Circumcision I there will be a celebration of the Holy j Communion at fl o'clock. i The Second Coiwef ational church, I Rev. (i. K Mills minister, welcomes 'friends and strantcers to Its services. i Sunday morning worship at 10:30. A New Year's theme--"hach Htini? that Pids nor Sit nor Stand but Co." 'Men's class in the auditorium: church school in the chapel at 12. I The Young People's meeting at 6 will be led by Max Webster. Midnight i Sing at the parsonage. The Christian Science society holds regular services on Sunday morninc at 11 and Wednesday even ing at 7:30 at 60! Main street. In the same ouilding is a free rending room where authorized Christian Science literature may be read, bor rowed, or purchased. It is . open daily, except Saturday, Sunday and holidays, rrom 3 to 5 p. m. The pub lic is cordially invited to use the reading ruou and to attend the services. HOW'S THIS? HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE will do what we claim for it rid your system of Catarrh or Deafness caused by Catarrh. HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE con sists of an Ointment whick Quickly Relieves the catarrhal Inflammation, and the Intermit Medicine, a Tonic, which acts through the Wood on the Mucoua Surface, thua assisting to reetore nor mal conditions. Sold hv drugisivh for over 40 Tears. F. J. Chancy & JL'O., Toledo, O. ACT NOW! Saturday is the last day of special terms You have only two days more to order an Oscillator delivered to your home on these terms NOTE THESE FEATURES! ITin-liued, heavy ropper tub, reg ular' full G-slieet ca pacity. 2 11 e v e r o I b 1 e Bw'.nGing elec tric wringers; locki; in any position Safety release; bis rolls. 3 A 1 1 moving parts unfely en closed in handsome Ealvanired iron cabi net enameled gray. 4iulet. (Iv.rable, sprinp.1 mech anism. V.a y to op. rrato. Strong over pirn rooter. f Heavy an g 1 e O iron frame; ab-;-:'r.:lely ilfiil, -Ike in highest pried washers. 6 Finer lion out: every guaranteed pcifect construe, through- part so and other features too numerous to li&t. This strictly high grade, brand new, doubly guaranteed electric' washer, with heavy copper tub and swinging wringer the popular ONLY 99 3 CASH Complete, deliveredno extras to buy Jan 1st., the price goes up to $115.00 Each. Huy Today. Save $16.00. Last Chance. a week After Saturday former terms will apply The big double feature of unusually low price and ridiculously easy ' terms has influenced many people to buy now and not later. This advertisement is directed solely to those housewives who have puf deciding from day to day. "Tomorrow," they've said, "I'll go and look into it." But "Tomorrow has not yet ar rived, for some reason or other. Saturday 13 the last day of these special terms Now you have only two days more to order one of these Oscillators sent to yolir home. Decide now Don't put it off any longer. For less than what your; washing now costs you every week, you can pay for an ABC Os cillator. You know that, beyond a doubt, you will some day have an electric washer. In the meantime, you are losing time, strength and actual money. Buy it today ! t All you need pay down is a small sum. You can have your A II ; Oscillator in time to do your next washing', and it will virtually pay for itself while you ':se it. ALEXANDER DRYSDALE, 1872-1884. ROBERT S. DRYSDALE, -A Alexander Drysdale & 8, 1 ' entering their fifty-first year of business life wish to express their sincere thanks for your co-operati which, together with that of their entire organization, made possible these fifty-one years of progress. Appreciating our pleasant; relations in the past, we wish for you 4. A Happy and Prosperous , New Year X - Alexander Drysdale & Son li- . 4 Deed It Like the Tho'fQht. If we think blK thought, we or likely to do Mb t; Ir.jn. NOTICE OF AMNUAL MEETING Tho annual meeting of the stock holders of the County National Bank will be held at their banking rooms. Hennlncton. Vt., on Tuesday, Janu ary 2, 1923, at 10 o'clock in the fore noon for the election of directors for the ensuing year; to see if the stock holders will vote to revise the thirl article of association aud for the transaction of such other business as may properly come before the meet ing. Homer H. Webster. Cashier Dated Bennington, Vt. December i, 1922. GEORGE H. THOMPSON, M. D. h A. C, 9. Praotlrr I.lmllrd to THE EYE, EAR. NOSE & THROAT. Certificate from American Board of Olirjthalmolojrv. NORTH ADAMS, MASS. 18 Aahlnnd Ml., dlrrctl? opp. Poatofllec. POTTER S GENERAL HWD. STORE. 134 North ;. Tel. 355-R. Gas Pump in front or store, Auto Supplies and Mason Tires; Paints and Varnishes; Agate, Aluminum and Gal vanized Ware; Crocks and Glass Ware. Quality Hlghsst. Prices Lowest. Trucking Local and Long Distance. WALTER E. HILCHEY JSOTlCEl ' Bennington County Savings Bank The annual meeting of the corpora tors of the Bennington County Sav ings Bank will be belli at the office of said hank in its bank building to Ben nlngton. Vt., on the first Wednesday. 3d day cf January, A. IX, 1923 at 2 o'clock p. m., for the purpose of elect lug a beard of trustees for the year ensuing and transaction of any other bURitu-sH found necessary when met espec'a'ly to fill vacancies in the num her of corporators and to alter and revise the by-laws.' Charles II. pewey,' Secretary. Hated fit Bennington, Vt., Nov. 30, 1022. TODAY! Call, writ c or phone 566-W. Mchols Electric C o USTATHS OF HKIMURT AXD I'AT- Hirii i.i;uauii. Stntt of Vemmnt. IM.xtrn-t of Hentilnirton, mh. Tho Mmiornhlo I To bale Court for the niHtiiot aforesaid: Tn i hi. hilr and nil lifrsons Inter- 'rd'er In the Wntoo of Hrlilot and Pat -j rick Leonard, late of lltiiiilntrlon, In mill DiHirU-t. deceased. flHKKTlNO: WHHKMAS. application hath been maife tu thin Court In wrlthi. by the AJuuiilHlrulor praying for license and authority to Hell all ttf real estate of mild depennod imthows for Ihe niiymeiit of debts nn nharRen vt administration, netting forth therein the amnur.t of debts due from said de'.oased charges of administration, and the amount of personal tstaip sud the situa tion cf the real estate. WltKltKt'I'o.W the said Court ap pointed and assigned the 9th day of .Iftnuary 1023. at the ITobnte Olilce In lliinninKtun In said Dlstrl-'t, to bear and decide upon said spplleation and petition, and "ordered publli: notion Ihi k'Fof to lie kIvmi to nil pers.ina in-ti-rentid therein, by publ shlnu: naid or der, together with the lime n ml iiIiiim r iieMi-uiK three weeks lUcceRHlvely In the Meniilnitton Kvonlrir Hanner, a I...... I.. !. M' i.i'H(ii-r iiu ii iiiii; nii,i-n hi inn ; nelKhborbood of those peisonH Inter exied in itald estates, all which publi--n t limit bIihII be previous to the day um:lvr.rd for ImarinK. 1 TIIKItfCKdltlC. you are hereby poll- tied to appear before said Court, ut the time and place iiHsiKncd, then n"d there in mild Court to make your ob fClloiiH lo the itrantliiK of such license if you see cause, (liven under my hand at llrnnlnRton, in hi Id Histrlct, thiH 15th duy of le eemlier, 102:'. amy to. HAnnocrt. HeKiHter. 1 At The New Wiiislow Home for the Ag The alterations ahd changes which have been in prog ress for several'weeks are steadily progressing and enough of the work is now done so that visitors can realize the completed project. So far the work has all been paid for by one person but in order to make the Home an active and successful one more funds arc needed and a drive will be made later. In the meantime the work now being done should be completed and gifts and pledges are solicited. This is the sea son of the year when income tax returns are nearly due. Gifts for a public cause are not taxed. Any person within or outside Bennington who pan spare something that the work of getting the Home ready , for occu pancy may be hastened will be doing a Christian ; service by forwarding acTekr pledge to Homer H. Webster, treasurer, 01 Hi. ti.jr -sy. made and every dollar will be works over undertaken in devy Be Hawf Dec 10-23-30. iiiiiiiiiiiiiiswraanM o O