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I' V THE BANNER A.ND Health For a Peoole who have torpid nud take ources anddrastlc drues, which gripe and rack the bowels, when all and Tonic PtlleU. The proper work and the pellets fnvigorate the systeta as a whole. In short, they both assist Nature, as a medtcine should do. Samplo and A Coiuplete O. E C!SSOW. Notlce to ncII Itcal Estutc of Dciiuls Itlnli devcaNCMl STATE OF VEHMONT. I In I'rohnt Illstrlctof Bennington. ss,f Court held flt the Probate Olllce In Bennington. In and for sall dl.trlct, on the I5tli day ot becembor A 1). 1901 J'resent. JOHN V. CAltNEY, Judec. Itoialllnlr.adnilnMratrtxof the estntKof Den nls Illalr, lato ot Searsburg. In sald Ulstiicl, de ceaied, mnket appllcatlon ic sald Conrt, for II cense tosell allof the realettato ofsald de ceaied sltuiteln the town of Searsburg In tho countr of tienniiiKtoii anu the town of Wilming ton In Windham couuty. for bounds nd de scrlptlon tofi-rencc inny be had to the land rei-onlj In ihe towu clerk's offloe In tho towns of Searsburg nud Wilmington aforesnld. representliiK that the salo ot said rdal estate wlll be benrflrlal to the citate of sald Co ceaed and tltose Interestod In sald osiate. Whereupon Itis ordered by sald couit tUat sald appllcatUm be referred to a sesslon thereof. to be held at tlie probate oQlne In HeiitiiiiKliHi.tn sald dlstrlct. on the 7th day of January A. I. I9os.forliearlnjtaiidilecl9lonthereon:aud Itls fnr tJicr ordcrcd, thatall persons interested beuotl fled liereof, by publlcation of notlce of sald ap pltcatlon and order thereon. three weeks sne cesslvely In the lemington lUNNBit. a newj pal'er publlshed at RcntfliiRton, and whlch clr cufates ln tho nelKliliorhood of thoso interostcd. before sald tlme of hearlng, tliat they ni.ty ap liear at sald tlino and place. nnd tf they sef cause. ohteet thereto. Iiy the Court 47V3 Attest. JOHN V. CAHNKY. Judge. Estnte of Ilurrlet S. Stoclnrcll Nouce ot Settletnent and Appllcatlon for Dlstrlbntlon. O Dlstrlct of llennlncton, J of the l'rnbata Court, holden at the l'robate Oftlce. In llenidng ton. In sald Hlitrlct. on the fflnd dayTof Dec. X. D.,iua:. I'reent John V. Carney, Judee. I.B. Newton. AdiulnUtrator of the ostato of Ilarrlet S. Stoekwcll late of liennlnnton In sala DUtrlct, deceated. i)resents his admliilstriillun acconnt lor examlnatlon nnd allonance, and makes appllcatlon for a decree of dlstrlbntlon and piritllon ot tlie estiue of sald deceased. Whereupon lt is onlered by sald Conrt. that ald account and sald appllcatlon be referred to a sesslon thereof. to 1 lield at the I'robte 01 flee aforesald, on the 13th dav of Jan. A. U. 1906, for hearlnp and deolslon thereon: And lt Is fnrther onlered, that notlee thereof be ulven to all partles Interested by publlcation ot the same three weeks successfvely ln the llennlncton liannor. a newspaper publlshed at IleiinliiKton, prevlous to sald tlmo apolnted for liearlnK, that they may appear nt pald tlme and plaee, and sl.iw cause If any they may have, why sald account should not be allowed, and such decree mde. A record whereof Is ordered to be made. A truo record. , Attest. JOn N V. OAltN EY, Judge. A Irue copy of the orlgtual record, 4swa Attest. JOHN V. CAHXKV'. Judge. BOSTON & MAINE RflllROADT Correoted to Dcc. I. 1904. Tralnkleave Uen nlngtondatljr.except Sunday, unlewtothorwlse noted. TltAINS IAWISG. TO TltOV llennlncton N'o. llonnlnnton Lv p.m 7.4 7.i t7.5 8.0 8.0 8.t 0.0 wmte ureek ' ' Walloonmc ', North Hoostok " HooMckJ'c't. Ar Troy TRAINS AKKIVIKO. i- itoAi Toi a.m.ip.m.p.m.ip.m. p.m Troy 7.4R IU.3&I 4.ai 5.00 11.30 a.m.itt.m. p.m. p.m. I.SO 754 li 3.10 I.IS! 8.0ft I2.M 3 8.13 mx RIO 13.11 S.St 1118 SM UM 3.37 3.481 B.30 1.40 4.85 a.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. 7.4R iu. 4.ai 5.00 0.00 1.30 5.1& (I.lt. 9.0' n.m B.I7 6 17 9.00 S2I O.ii tO.10 t.28 10.25 0.16 1.45 5.30 0.30 0. 3.0 5.45 0.40 " JiotwiCK J'O't. 8.00 l.ao &.I6 6.15 12.15 rtonmioosioK " Walloomeno White Creek o. Bennington 0.15 1.45 5.30 0.30 13.30 Ar uenningion Addltlonal tralns loavo Troy 7.I0 n. m. due Bennington 8.35 a. m'.. nnd leave Bennington 5:20 p. m. due Troy 0:65 p. m. Thls traln runs datly. Stops only on hlK-nnl to take, or on notlce to coniluotor. to leave passengers. j Tlme a.m. For furtherlnformatlonaddrcsflC' A. Nlmmo, Oen 1 Wostern I'nssongor Ai?ent, Troy. N. Y. D J. FLAKDKits, Oen l'ns. &Tlcket Agt sia(c of Carolluc M. Goldcu. Wlll Presented. OTATE 01' VEHMONT, I In Trobate O Dlslrlct ol ltennington. ss. ( Court. held at the l'rohate Ofllce In Hennlngton wlthln and for sald Dlstrlcton the 20 th Uayof Ueo. A. U., 1002. ITesent, JOHN V. CAKNEY, Judgo. An Instrument, tiurportlng to be the last Wlll and Testamcn'' of Larolfne M. Oolden. late of rownal, tn satd dlstrlct. dreeased belnc presented by L. K. Fuller, the execulor thereln named, for Prohato, 1'. Is or dered by sald Court, tliat all persons con cemeil tliercln, be liotlded to appear at a ses slon thereof. to be held at tho Probate Ol llce, In Bennington. In sald Dlstrlct, on the 20th day of Jan. A. 0. 1003, at 10 o'clock In tho fore noon, and show causo. If any they have, agalnst tho probate of sald Wlll; for whlch purpose ItU further ordered that thls order be publlshed three weeks successlrely ln the Bennington Ban ner. a newspaper printed nt Bennington, ln thls Ktate, prevlous to satd tlme of hearlng. By tho Court. Attest. 45W3 JOUN V. CA11NEY. .Tndge. CASTORIA For Infants ond Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Boars tho Siguaturo of COAL, WOOD AND KINDLB s Dry Hnrd "Wood, 3 cuts - - 6.50 per cord Green Hnrd Wood; 3 cuts - G.00 " " Dry Kindlings of the best quality. Oyster and sea sliells, cracked bone, meat raeal and beef scraps for laying hens. Prompt delivery. REFORMER, Quarter! Kver find life a misery, tbey need is a mild remtdy 1ike pill ttiutuUtea the llver to ita Doohlet Free. Treatment SANDGATE Evi Hurd is quite ill. Mta Joromo Btill remaina nhont tbo samo. Abul llolhrook of North GreoDwlch spunt Christma' ia tnnn, tbo suest of Dr Hoyt. Little Mis98 Lulu and Alny Covej apont Ohristmaa at Granrlllo at Dr Jorottio Collins'. Miss Qrnce Andrew is bomo frora burr nnd Uurton Soiuinary for tbo bolidny vocation John F. Hnjs contlucted tho black etnitb shop dtiring tho ubsonco of wm Conkey nt Decomber court. Mta Jny West of Cnniden Valleyi nhile Hpeoding Ctiristtnns at hor brother's, Uonry Squires', wna takon serioualy ill and hns not sutlidontly recovored to return to her- bomo, nl- thougt sho is ropottcd eomewbat bet ter. SUNDERLAND Annio Hontley is sponding n woti nt brr fnther's. Cnrolioo UeDtley is ependirK a fetv uays in ijenniogton. Mrs MacNaughlon of Pittsfioid, Maas., iHviiitiiiL' rolatires in town. Jacob'Colo nnd n ife aro roioicini? over the birtti of n dsiigbtur, Docero ber 23d. Bebool becnrt in IJisttict 1 Alon dav, with Mrs Buxlon of Danby as tenuher. Cbristrans oxocisB at Union chunih pnssed olT vory ploasnritlv on Oh'ist- mas h.ve Wm N. .Mnttison of Olaateuburv ond Laura Hailfy cf Shaftsbury wero n town uunday. Tbo much talkixl.of falih curo" mav an swtr ln sonie cascs. but wbon n liand Is ms.sbed, an ankle or wrlt tpialiiHd, ilie flrsh scaM.il orburncd, a fliiKer brulsod or cut, Jtaniou'a 'erve t Jton-- Oli. ilie gteat hoa inij 5"ioiijin)'. ahiisrpiii' iinimcnt, m wnal you waiu uei me gcnume liamonv; aoc. u. 011)6011. OASTORIA. Btara the The Kind Yoq llae Alvrars Bsngjit Blgnatnre r ot NOW IT TICKS AGAIN. Bnt lt Wantcd 'Wlndlnjr. So I)o Othrr Tlmejilpces. Vhon I 41 tnrn in" for tho night I -wind my watch nnd put it on a little tnblo nt tho hoad of tho bod. Tho othor night I woko nnd failed to hoor lt ticking. "Wiatl" suid I, " is it ioiblo I forgot towind it? I put it to my oar. Going Btill? yos, going Btill; but very feeblo and falntly. I wonnd it at onoe of oourso." That olher wntoh the watoh in your breest tho heort. Ah I It doesn't do to Iet that run down. It does raoro work than any other organ in tho body. It hammors nway, yonr in nnd ycar out, day nnd night, work Uays, holidnys nnd Siuidays. It ia kept going by tho blood nnd tho blood is mereiy digested f ood. Wo nro glad to nnnounco n new nnd effl cient modiolno for all ailmenta nnd dis. easos of tho nervos and irregularitios of tho hoart. It is from tho hand of that widely knovm physician nnd surgoon, Dr. David Kcnnedy, of Kcnncdyllow, Kingston, N. Y., nnd Lsotilled Calcnra Solvont. It re. stores digestiyo powor, purifies tho blood, nonrishos tho nerves and coufora hcalth nnd strongth iipon tho multitudo of sick ones for whdra fenr nnd nnxioty havo palntod tho futuro in black. All drugcistSt S81.00 a bottlo. PARKER'S HA1R DALSAM CleanKi and Utatlflei th hilf. IVomotei laxurUnl pfoTrth. JNever FjiUa to Bestore Oray llalr to lta Youthf! Color. Cures ncalp dnrtMi 3c biir falltnz. THE "PUNKEY." riluinn ThronRli the Coiiiiiuinlty lle iet Nvxt to Nerek-nl TIiIdri. Tho Punkoy startotl out Chrlstraas ovo to trall along aftor Santa, but ho wont to sevoral placos Saint Nick for got. Ho wandorcd into a city npart ment houso on tho cornor. At tho top of the atairs ho saw a light stroaminR out through a transotn and ho went in whore tho light shown out.x A younff mnn was sitting at u tablo. Ho was a handsomo young tnan, but lils faco was hoavily linod and tho Punkoy thought ho looked a little dis apated, soon ho buriod hls hsad in hls hands and tho Punkey seemed to seo his shoulders hcavlng and thought it a vory unusual performance for a young uian. As ho aroso and began to paco tho rootn, up and down, a knock carae at tho door and tho boll boy camo in and laid an oxpross pack- ago on a ohair. Tho young man brouglit it over to tho ohair besldo the tablo and opening- the packago, stink uponhis knees beslde it. ' Ashedrewouta horae-knlt raufllor, a ray of liopo soomed to shino on bis face. Tho Punkey llo'w quietly around to whero ho could see tho papor which surrounded tho packago and read, "From Dorset, Vt." Presently the young man rotircd nnd nftor ho had laln quiot for a whlle, jumped out nguln and wont down on his kneos besldo tho bcd. Then the light burnod vory low and tho Punkey ilew out through tho traroson and down and out. Tho Punkey went on. stralght ahoad, ovor a wido lawn to a great dark raan- slon, from which no light cnme. Ee tried the door and found it hand-lock- ed, the windows offering no possibillty of entrance; he was barred out oven by way of tho chiranoy. Evldently Saint Nick would havo a hard job to get in hore. Fitiallv he wedged hltnself in between some shutters and looked through an unwashed window into the room, in which a very dlrty oandlo gavo out a dira light. A little withered up old man was humped up over a tabie on which he had a bundle of musty papers, sug gestive of selzures, attochmentA and niortages. No holly, no candies, no ahlldren, no stockings, no mistletoe were in sight; nnd the Punkey, know ing that generosity, affeotion and tho spirit of tho Yule-tide could nover on tor here, hastened awny to moro agreeable sights. On his return ho liew over the crowd of busy holWay shoppers and passlnf a meat markot on a corner, he saw a very pretty lady, with whota he had a speaking aoaualntonco. aocomnanied by a curly headed boy, a real cherub, vislting oarth and Bennington for a short tlme. They bought a flne, big turkey and put lt In thelr basket and you coum see tho celery stifikintr out ovor the edges. Tho lady and the cherub camo out and wont down North street and when they went into the houso, the Punkey sneaked in nffcar them. Evervthincr sraolled ClirisUnassy, thero were heaps of ground pine and a big bunch of holly; and tho boys Were poppingcorn and the girls wore putting it on strings. Then the lady put nll the brothors and sisters of the cherub to bod and fillod tho stockings over tho nro placo. Vory. soon sho turnod tho light down and rotirod to her room for the night. Tho Punkey was about to depart, whon ho heard just tho lenst pattor in tho world,on the stairs mado by little bare feot. Two little heads peeked through the door and shortly after two , little boys had put their hands deep Intft f.hn! otrnlr tnrra n A 1nni 4tnm ! clutchlng good things. One looked up from hls toys and said, "Santa Claus Is the best man ln the worldl" The cherub was very ancrrv. nuck- erod up his faco and replied, "Ho aln't as good as Pa " And the Punknv was very glad, for this wns his hnmn and theso cherubs were all the little r..i ' 1. UUKUJB. The Punkoy has bcen enjoying him- solf hugely sinco ho wns brought Into the light of day in these colurans some weeks ago. It was pre-ordained that bis vislt should bo brief and as hisfos-ter-parent, The Reformer, is about to be joined by tho iron bands of mntri mony to tho Bannor, so great is his abhorrenco of step-raothers, tliat the Punkoy renouncos the Devll and all bisworks androtires. You may seehim again, but in so different a garb that you will not recognlze him; indeed ho half intends to potitlon tho county coirt to ponnit himto change his nurae t-o tho Punkoy bids you "Good-byo" nnd starts for hls bihh-plnco at Suck- or Pond to proparo for tho summor busincss. If Holl Is paved with good intontions about New Year's, Ilell will been- tiroly ro-lltted with new pavement, a least us substuntlal as somo of Ben nlngton's strcote- Somo New Year resolutions of tho Jones family: Master .Tones rosolvos not to eat so much at his noxt Christ- raas dinner, Mr Jonos resolves not to spond hls monoy on sllly toysnext year, Mrs Jones resolves to dostroy Master Jones' drum, and never to buy another neck-tie for Mr Jonos (tho brute), Mlss Jones resolvos not to troat Mr Plash so shabblly just beforo Chrlstmas, Bridgct says sho is cook- ing for lunatlcs and resolvos to fuid a new placo before the ond of the year. The Punkey. JUDGB6LfN6y OfHomellsville,N.Y.,Hand Down an Important ' Decision Judge Jamss If . Clancy of Hornells vllle, N. Y., and ono of the most prom inont mombers of the bar in that historic town, declded recently that as ngninst Blood and Livertrouble, Dr. David Ken- nedy's Favorite Remcdy was worthy of the highest pralse. He says : "Ihaveused Dr. David Kennedy's Favorite Remedy and strongly rec ommond it for its good effect in my case for llver troublo nnd blood dis order. It built me right up nnd I improved grently ln hoalth." Geo. H. Tifft of 878 Rlverstreet. Troy, N. Y., suffered from livertroublo nnd his blood was all out of order and after using "Favorite Remedy," has this to say: "For any one sufforing from that run down or tired out feeling, caused by blood or llver troubic, Dr. David Kennedy's Favorito Remedy is the best medicine you can buy. I have used it and I know." The one sure cure for digeases of the kldnqys, tiver, bladder and blood, rheu matism, dysjwpsia and chronic comtipft. tion, is Dr. David Kennedy's Favorite Remedy. It matters not how sick you are, how long you have suffered, or how many thylcians have failed to help you, Dr. David Kennedy's Favorite Remedy will cure you if a cure is poMible. It la for sale by all druggists in the NowBO Oont SIzo and the regulnt $1 .00 ihe bottles less than a.cent a doe. Samfff bettlttnaugh ftr trial, free ty mail. Dr. David Kennedy Corporatlon, Rondout, N. Y. Ilr. llatM Krnnnlj't (ioldfn PUitrn strength n Jwn, remove paln any where. lSc eacb Green Wood $5.60 per cord DryWood $6.50 per cord Soft Klntllino Wood 6 bnrrols $1.00 Hard Wood Kindling 4 barrals $1.00 GEO. H. CHANDLER 310 SOHOOL STRBET Orders may be loft at H. H, Allen's Flsh Market. Our het ert'orts are being i-onsiantly put f orth to merlt your bii8ltie. L'nless wo unlformly and porMBtently fumlsli you with tltst-chi Inundertntr we can- not nope to retsln your patounge. In a word, we need your bulueM and vou bceu our work, wliioh is by fnr the best ln town. lil J. F. CAMP, Prop. Ilt(afo of Alexaiiilrliiu i:. Clark Kotlee of Settleinont and ApiiXoatlou for Dis trlt.nUnn State or Vbbmont. i At a tesslon of tlie Oljtrlctof BeunlnKton.ssi 1'roliate Court, holden at tlie l'rolntte OSlce, In Bennlneton, ln said dlstrlot, oa tlie 2Sud dy ol Dec a. n. 1UVZ. , Present, John V. Carnev. Judge. WllllamA. ltoot Kxeentnr nt llm niintn nf Al. oxaiidrlna K. Clark, late of Bennington, ln sald Dlstrlct, dccensed, preients hls ndmlnlstra tlon account for eiamlimttrm ntul nltnutinn and makes appllcatlon oradeeree ot dlstnbu tlun aml nartltlon of the eataie of all Whereupon, It Is ordered by said Court, that sald account and snld appllcatlon be referred to a ssloa thereof, to be held at the Probate Of flee af.iresald. on the Hth day of Jan.. A. i18u3 for hearlng and decision thereon : And ltls fur ther ordered, that notlee Uieieof be Rlven to all parlles Interested by publleatlon of the same tlire weeks sticceslvoly ln tho Bennington Banner, a newspaper publlshed at Bennington, nrevlons to sald tlme nppolnted fnr hearlnc. that thoy may apiear nt sald tlme and place, nd show cauto U any they may h.ive, why sald account should not be allonred, nud such decree made, A record whereof ic ordered to bo mado. A truo record. Attest, JOHN V. OAItNEY, Judge. A true copv of the orlgtnal record, 4BW3 Attost, JOHN V. OAItNEY. Judge. NOTIOE TO SfiL Rcal Estnte of Mnry Lconnrd, Dcccascd. STATE OF VERMONT, 1 DHT..ICTOr IlESNISOTOS, I ln Probate i .urt. helu at the Prohate Offioo In Bennington ln and for trnld dlstrlut.on the 18th day of December. A. D.. 190. Prosent, John V. Oarnoy, JudKo. John ltoblnson. eieoutor of tho ostalo of MaryLoonard. late of licnnlnu ton. In sald Dl trlot. doceascd. mako appllcatlon to nald Court for llecne to sell all of the real eetnto of mld doce.ed Mtuato In the vlllaiso of Ben nington ln the town of Bennington, f ir bounds nnd dosorlptlon reforenoe may bo had to tho land rooordnln the Town Clerk's Offloe or tho Town of BennlnKton afureiaid, rcpretcntlng that the falo of sald roal ctate Is neoesfcary for tho phyinent of the dchtH of sald decoused and expenos ot ndmlnlatratlon. Whereupon It Is ordered by sald Court, that sald appllcatlon be rororrcd to a sesslon thore of. to bo hold at tho Probate Oflloe ln BennlnK ton. In snld dlstrlct, on the Sth day of January, A. D. IWB, for barln(r and deolslon theroon : nnd. It ls further ordered, that all persons In terested be notlfted hereof by publleatlon of notlce ofsald npplieatlon and ordor thereon. thrco weeks ucce-,lvely ln tho BennlnKton Beformor. a newspaper publlshed nt Benning ton, nnd whloh clroulates In the nelfrhborhood of thoso Interested. boforo sald tlmeofheur lnif. that hey may appear at sald tlmo nnd. place, and, If they ce eause.obiect tbereto By thc Court Attest, JOHNV CAHNEY, Judne. WOOD! COAL FAMINE ISNOW ACUTE Considerable Coal Came But Not Enouh For Supply. WOOD 15 MUCH USED Ntws of the Arrlval of a Car of Coal Stndi liundreds llurrylnj to the Coal Deal tn' Offlttj. Tho coal situatlon docs notmatorial ly iraprove. Thursday, Lorlng & Co, recelved a car load of egg and grate coal whlch was rapjdly disposed of. Tho Cooper Mfg Co, recoived Uvo car loads of soft coal which cost tho cotn pany delivered at tho mill about 810.50 per ton. L. P. Norton recelved a car load of grato coal last week and teams wero busy all day Thursday drawlng it to hls houso so that he would know whore it was when lt became dark. Petcrson & Packor of Troy who con trol tho greator part of tho coal trado in thls sectlon have scnt out the fol lowing lettor to thelr customors In New England: Gontlemon: Yours of the 22d at hand. We rogrot to say that wo are not able to do any thingnow. The company has placed an embargo to cars qrossing the river here, conse quently we cannot make any shlp monts. Only thing that can be done now is to purchase coal nnd have it reloaded from some yard into cars, and that would cost at least (10 per ton f. o. b, cars Troy. Do not know as we could get coal ovon nt that price. H. W. Myers went to Troy Frlday in search ofcoa'l. He callod onPeter son & Packer and they corroborated in person the sentiments expressed in the above letter. Ue prooured the promiso of a car load of chostnut coal atthe prices mentioned In tho letter above quoted. He was obliged to dis poseof the car load at Jlper ton. SheriT Willson who was here over Sunday stated that there was no coal to be procured in Arlington. Many of the residenta there had drlven to Shushan and other piaces on the line of the Delewnre and Hudson railroad but it was impossible to procure a pound at any of the piaces. Meanwhlle wood continues plenty here and the price has not bcen ad vanced although dealers state that the supply of dry wood is gettlntf scarce. Loring & Co. recelved three car loads of grate and egg coal Monday afternoon wbicli they easlly dlsposed of ln quarter ton lots. GREEN MOUNTAIN VALLEY. SHAFTSBURY David Hill is improving in hoalth. Mabol Elweil apent Cbristmas in Fayvilie Z Mrs Sarah Elwoll is vislting nt Mrs Robert Montgomery 'a. Mrs Dinnin Turnar visitKl at Robvt Montgomery 's tbe ist neek. Mise Florence Mosber Is boarding witb Mrs NorA Uranston. Ulnrecce Chandlor and wife visited rolatives ia tbo placo Sdnday. Jeeso Piorce spent Cbristmas with bis brother Martin, in Faville Mr nnd Mrs Fred Cbnndler have n little eon, Iwrn Decnnbor Ctb. Miss Eraily Chandlor id nt bomo frou Uennington for a vacatioti. Cbarles Brtlett bns raoml bis fam ily into Mrs Henry Nilo's bouse. Miss Florence Hurleson of South Shaftsbury wns here Sunday, Judge Norruan Mattisnn spont tbo bnlidays at bomo witb his family. Miss Estolla McDonald is working at South Shaftsbury for Mrs Burieeon Alfred Green nnd motliorenterlained frionds from Uonnington Chtistmns. Truman T. Elwoll and wife visited their aon David, nt South Shaftsbury Sunday. Frank Bmith of Elmira, N. Y., B apendibg a ten days' vacation witb his parcnts. Allio Stratton of DooDington Green- Mountain-ValibT recently visited Lulie Oecker. Truman II. Mnttison and wife ontor- taincd Mrs Qowen of Arlington Sun day. Solomon Niles and nifo epint Sun day with Mrs Nilo's paronts, Mr and Mrs Truman Wait. Nelson Mnttison aud wife ncd dnugbters, Florn nud Estbur, of Ben nington, visited in tbe placo tbo past woek. Bononi llnrrington aud wife, Mar tin Gteon nnd wife nnd Henry Har rington hnd wifo enjoyod a sleighrido Cbristmas Evo to Fayvillo. OhlUlren Polsoned. Many children aro nolsoncd and liinile nur- vousaml wrak, if not killed out riitllt. by motborsglvini; tncm cougli svnipsoootnli.i g opla'os. Folcy's Iloney audTar isn ssfe nnd crtaln remedy for coughs, croun and lung trouuics, anu it is ine oniy prnininent eomti mc'ilclnc tliat contalns n i onlatei or other polonN, Qulnlan's I'harmacy. 'nfnl trlitnov nml 1 nililrvr tmnhlna mh nl. ways bo preventcd by tho use of Foley's ICId ney Curo. Quinian'a i'harmacy BIG REDUCTION MULLIGrAN & ROOHB Tho Leading Clothlers, Hattors, Furnlshers and Custom Tail ors, 409 Maln St., Bennington, Vt. POWNAL Leverott B. Menrs, Williaraa was in town Sunday. Willinm A. Sitne of Adams, Mass., was in town Tuesday. John Aicombrigbt nnd family havo moved to South Shaftsbury. Mise Idr Peltier is in Cohoos, N. Y., for a week's visit with reiativea there. x Tbere will be a "moving picturo" cntertainment in tbe Bnptist church January 13th. Mra S. Y. Barber of Meirose, N. V., is tisiting ber busbnnd's parents, Mrand Mrs E. J. Barber. MrsEcnia'P. Hn;niond hasreturned from an excended vislt witb frienda in Springfield, Alasi. C. J. Ladd and family ate tbeir Cbristmas dinner at A. A. Ladd's in Uooaick Falls, N. V. Mrs E. J. Burrington and family were tbe guests of II. V. Mycrs in Bennington Cbristmas day. " Mrs Bebecca linley, witb ber aon Ray, has gone to South Vernon, Mass., to visit ber sod, Joseph Haley. A. II. Mardon, who has been the guest of Mrs Jonn L. Mason, 'has re turned tohis boine in Wavorly, Mass- Mrs C. W. Sutuner and daughter Doris returoed Tuesday morning to tbeir bomo in North Granville. N. V. Mra Ford and son of Cazerovin, N. V., nri nt Joseph Norwood's. Mrs Ford is the daughter of ttis oed Mrs S. B. Uall. Edward Siuitb, one of the Gt Bar rington boys wbi) is chopping for A. E. Towsley, cut bis foot quite badly Member of the State Legislature of Maine, 1005. by I blood and nerve remedy. Tho Hon. John R. Prescott, of Eomo, Mainc, a well known publio man and a member of the State Legislature, says : "My nerves wero terribly affected and I grew xvenk and fecble. I was constipated, had llver nnd kldni'.v complnlat, nnd grcw so tircd nnd wcnk thnt I would oftcn bo forecd to drop down nnd ret and nsk why I could not die. No doctors or mcdleino did mo nny good until I uscd Dr. Orcenc's Ncrvura blood nnd nerve remedy. I bcgnn to gnin right nwav ln hcalth and strcngth. "I thank God thnt such n remedy ns Dr. Oreep.o's Ncrvtira blood npd nerve rernody wns discovored, nnd I hopo nll who nro suffering from ;:nv troublo will uso lt" Tht ani all ItiHnuintalt ftminf, Anvont ittrratrdcan iteoi itmali v onjlli at Dr. Orimi'Ktftct. If you suffer from blood or nerve diseases you suffer needlessly. Dr. Greene's Nervura will cure you. Dr. Greene's Nervura will'make new blood (that's what you need) and steady nerves. Make Dr. Greene your own personal and family physjcian. You may have the best medical advice in the country free. Address, 101 Fifth Avenue, New York City. New Blood, JANUARY 1, 1903. SALE OF CLQTHIRIG SUITS. OVERCOATS, ULSTERS AND REEPERS l FOR MEN, BOYS AND CHILDREN Wo wlll start the New Year by offering for salo at greatly reduced prlces our large new atock. of ClothlnK for Men, Boys and Children. Thls large now stock coraprlses the flnest line of Clothlng evcr offered for salo. Every garmcnt b mde tn the latest stylo ani1 from the nowest patterns. You can sav from $2 to ?5 on eTery garment. Have a new 9nlt or Orercoat for New Years nud save money. $18.00 Suits and Overcoats now 16.00, $16.00 Suits and Overcoats now 12.00, $10.00 Suits and Overcoats now 8.00. $ 9.00 Suits and Overcoats now 7 60. $ 8.00 Suits and Overcoats now 6.60. 11 1 'i Neck Mufflers at Greatly Reduced Frices A flne nssortment o Neck Jlulllcrs made up In the latest style, Qulltcd Mufflers. Handkerchief Muftleri, Inltlal Mufflers for ladles and gentlemen, all rnluctd from 33o to 70e. A Urge assortment to select from, Talce advantage of thls sale and save money as well as make return glfts. ' 1 WIBHING ALL A HAPPY NEW YEAR recently. Mrs Jobn W. Gardnor is entertain iug her etster, Mrs E. U. Barber of Albany, N. Y. Mr Barber, who waa out for Cbristnjaa, returnod to town Sunday night. The WriRht llcalth Underwoar Com, pany's mill is closed for a week's vaca tion. Many of tbe holp are taking ari vnntage of tbo opportuiilty to get a stock of wood from the mountain. Tho pastors of both churches wore weU reraomberod by tbeir parisbionora Ohrlstmat. Mr Wasbburno received a sjilijDdid pair. of boarcr gnuntlet glaves and Mr iteilogg received a purse containing about 816. Quite a number went to North Adams Sunday night to attond tho e- cred cantata, "Tbe Holy Citv," atti e Bnptist cburcb. A number also went to tbo Mqthodist church wbore tho new church organ .was dedicated. Tbe case of the Town of Pownal vs Arthur J. Morcbant for uncollected taxes was callod in bennington lasr Frlday. Judgoient will be entered against Mercbant for tbr amount in Februaty, unless it is paid before that timo. . j Miss Frnnces E. Gardner and Her- J bert v. Gllraore wero martied Christ mas night at tbo Methodist church t Rbv R. II. Wasbburno. The cour l wero fellotv students nt tbo Eandolp Normal school, and tho friendship be gun thore rapidiy riponed iuto a warmer feeling, with the above result, Mrs Gilmoro is the daughter of Frack B. Gardner and is a young woman ot raro rorsonnl nttainmenti. Tbe prorention of onburoptlon ls cntiro' a questton of cummencing the proper tre . -mcnt In tlme. Nothliij; ls so well adapted o ward offfatsl lunir irouhlrs as Koley's ifoney and Tar. Quiu au's Pharru cy. New Energy, and New Healiii.