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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 2 September 1892

THE BENmGTOJSf' BAJmEE; mDlY, SEfTEMBEJR, .24892. tonrRieiT its, There's danger m a coitcb moro than over when your blood is "bad." It makea tbings casy for Consumption. But thero's a cnro for it in Dr. Picrce's Goldcn Mcdical Discovery. A posi tivo cnro not only for Weak Lungs, Spitting of Blood, Bron chitis, Asthma antl all lingering Coughs, but for Consumption itself in all its oarlicr stagcs. It's rea sonablo. All thesc dlscases dcpend on taintcd blood. Consumption is simply Lung-scrofula. And for overy fonn of 6crofula and blood- nlnt flin ( Tilsr-nvnrv " is n r.nrtrun rcmudv. It's so certain, that its makers yuarantee it to benefit or curc, in everv case, or tho money is refundod. "With a mcdicino that is ccrtaiu, this can bo done. Thero's a curo for Catarrh, too, no niattcr what you'vo been led to bclicvc. If thero isn't, in your case, you 11 gct v500 cash. It s a bona iide ofi'or that's mado by tho pro prietors of Dr. Sngo's Catarrh Kemedy. Thero's risk in it, to bo surc, bu...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 2 September 1892

8 THE BENNINGTON BANER,. JFRIIAy, .SBP1E3IBER 2,r1892. INTHE LOOAL ITELD. North Bennington.- Tbo Graded school opons Monday, SeDtcrabcr 5th. jliss Louiso Allon of Now York is vis iting her sistcr, Mrs. B. F. Ilenry at Kiv oreldo. There was a straw-rlde Friday oveninir, tbo stecds bcing dcckcd with bells, as tinon a wintor sieieh rido. Prof. Dressel will bo in tho villace on Saturday, tho 3rd. inst., to confor with referenceto scholars from outside tho listnct. Ouantitics of ico aro beinc transported to Hcosick Falls in toams drawn both by liorses ana oxon. Y. J. ilurloy lur uislics tbo ico. Mrs. Washington Aikin and daughter and friend, Miss Magill, of Troy, N. Y., aro spcnding a fow days with Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Ilonghton. Mrs. Aikin has just returned from a visit to Lake Uun moro. Rev. Geortro Shcpard, now of Lonjr Island, a formcr pastor of tbe Baptist cnurcn, wiioso pastorato closcd beptem ber 1st, 1887, mado a flvincr visit horo, calling on soveral friends, ou Friday of last weo...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 9 September 1892

fj Aott umttt mmn vol. m. BENNINGTON, VT., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1892. NUMBER 34. IMPORTANT TO ALL ! habits and customs provailas in the days when tho Holy City was ono of tho great cities ot tho East But tho railway is thero, and very soon. no doubt, tho pil grim to Palostino will bo ablo to travel to his dcstination by parlor and sleeping car, af ter landlng on tho Continont from New York or London. NEW AND ELEGANT READ THIS B TO CLOSE THE CO-PARTNERSHIP BETWEEN COLE & BURT All eoods rnust be nold ttlthln th!rtv dava. WARhallrinmarid fmntpaflh fnr all frnnrU anH ln closlnsr. and shnll glve you bargalns lu all llnes. The prices will bfl far below cash value cl the eoods. we have alarge atoclc, new anddeslrable goods, that wlll be sacrl- flced to c!oe ie our buslness. Now 1s the tlrae able, well-fittlng, and well inade clothing far ine assortmem is iuii. The Opportunity of a Life-Tiipe ! Don't neglect It. t3"Vt expect tbose wbo are owing us wlll come to the front at onco and sett...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 9 September 1892

2 THE BENNINGTON BANNEK, JFEIDAY, SEP1EMBER 9, 1892. C0RRE8P0NDENCE. The Itoad Qneatlnn. Mr. Edtlor: If tho truo sentlments of the peoplo of Vermont wcro oxpressod by her last Lcpislaturo, whicn it is alinost impossiblo for mo to liolievo, I am sorry iudccd. Judeed by that stand ard Vermonter's want to take b.ick tracks instead of going aliead in the line f advanccments in otlicr Statcs and jiarts of our country, I refer to tho re poal of tho onaotmonts compolling tbo towns to pay theirhighway taxin monoy and tlin cliange in tho school law. Of tlie lattor l wish to say nothing oxccpt to oxpress niy opinion. In rcgard to the road question tho timo is at hand forscriotisconsidoration, for carnest tliought andcareful study. That I am not alono in this mattcr is OTidenced by tho raanv remarks of approval which I hear daily. That all, at prosont, would agreo as to tho bcst manner of procceduro is not to bo supposcd. But that thero is a wido sprcad fecling that somothing must soon bo dono...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 9 September 1892

THE BENNINGTON JBANNER, FUIDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1892. A EbEASANT THE NEXT MORNING I FEEL BRIGHT AND . NEW AND MY COMPLEXION 13 BETTER. lly doctor says lt ects gcntly on tho stomach, llTer ndkldneys,anrtlsapleasan laxatlro. Ttils drlnk fe made from hcrbo, aud ls prepared for uso as caslly Utea. Itlscallcd LAKFS MEDI6IHE jUl drusglsts sell lt at SOa. and $1.(10 pcr packagc. 3uy one to-day. Lnne'a Famllv Aledlrino mox-g iho bnwrl. cacb day. In onler to be hcalthy, tbl inooessuiy. German Remedv. II! TBUTHS FORTHESBCK. l.v.1- Dw.ao ilnnthlvl 1.000 Wlll bO Paldl l DtUous SpclUdcpenillfor n caso whero Sdl. I I OUSPLNlUUnm-KUflPlIUR BlTTEnS wll I II it wlll curo you. not nsslstor cure. ii.i. 1)1) VOll EUUlT with never falls. thattlrcd an d allgone! Cirnnse thovltlated rccnng; so, usc SULrilUIt HlTTEIW; lt wlll curo you. I Mood when you tc US impunues uunt- ingmrougu ino biuu in Plmnlcs.Blotchcs, Oneratireswhoarc! closcly conflncd lr! tho nillls and vork-l ind Sorcs. Itclv OD Suu'iiun BiTrEns.p...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 9 September 1892

4 BENNINGTON BANNER. BENNINGTON FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER Oth, 1892. Slnzlo UopIe ol the Danner, In "Wrapper for IHulllnE If Denlred. TUKGB Cent. Mrs. Geoiioe IIakiiouii is soriously 111. Mrs. J. A. SirrERLY is in Bridgoport, "Conn., for ten days. ffns. Nina DtrrroN of Brattleboro, is visiting Mrs. A. C. Halsey. Mks. Geo. II. Fields of Fort Edward is visiting rclativos in town. G. L. Harwood is passing a part of this week in Troy and Albany. J. Noble Hayes of Now York city waB in L'oanington ovor Sunday. Mrs. WniPrLE of Bridgeport, Conn., is to visit Mrs. A. A. Norton next wee.k. TnE sccond servico in St. Poter's churoli, Sundays, is now liold at tho formor hour, 5 p. m. Tiie now landlord of tno Cottage Hotol is Thomas Butler, who took possession last Monday. Mks. II. J. Slocum and chlld of Hoosick Falls, N. Y., aro tho gucsts of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Finn, this week. James Haiiberley has bocn in Now York city this wcok taking a short vacation; nis wifo accompanied him. Chas. E. and E. Dewey h...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 9 September 1892

THE BENNINGTON BANNEE, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1892. West Arlington. Jolin Lockwood romalns quito slck. It. F. Davis has beon filling his silo. Soveral trent to Rutland from this llaco last weok to Iicar McKinley speak. Mark McClartv of Jackson, N. Y., lisitcd friends in town last weok. Edwin Hartwell of East Arlineton. Ipent a week atL. J. Farnham's recontly. New Sundav School sinelncr books havo leen purchascd. Rehoarsal Saturday IvcniDg. A few of our neonlo wont on the Lake Ecoi-go excursion of tho D. & H. C. Co., last week. MtsnPlimlin Tlnck had a monumont irccted in memory of her father and lotbcr, last weoic. Mra. Frank Clark. accomnanied by her Iousin, Miss Alma Hoyt, left for her Mrs. T. C. Austiu and Mrs. n. G. Buck Ire sponding tho weok in Cambridge, N. f., in attcndanco at tno lair. Mrs. Wvman and Miss McKee havo Itarted for tlieir homo in Michlgan aftcr kthree weok's visit among mcnas nero. Chov will ston at Saratoca. Winneld, Ind Niagara on tbcir way homo. East Arlinet...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 9 September 1892

6 THE BENNINGTON BANNER, RRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1892. "OUILTY Olf -VILFUIi MCRDKlt." In 18"0 I was a third year's man at Oricl, reading liard, and lookinR hope fullyfurwara to a notfar dlstant struK glo with my "Rreats," when my nntici jatious wcro suddenly cut short by a pieco of folly which Josulted in nothing loss than my rustication. Not caring to appoar undor ray patcrnal roof in my new charactor, I planncd for mysclf a littlo amateur geologizing on tho South Coast, and packing a fow books and a liammor in my portmanteau, I loft tne anciont liall of learning and started for Iliglicliilo a fisliy tar-sracarod seacoast town, which I had discovorcd in my iummcr ramblings. I hircd rooras of a Mrs. Fishor, who llvcd in a plcasaut, whito-washed houso on tho summit of tho cliffs from which tho town dorivcd its naino. Mrs. Fishor had a dauglitor xclept Amclia, and ono lodger besido mysolf. Of Amelia moro anon; of tho lodger, I mado his acquain anoo in this way: I was sauntcring along tho...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 9 September 1892

THE BENNINGTON BANKER, FE1DAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1892. A woman "run-down" ovcrworked, wcak, ncrvous and de bilitatcd tliat's a woman that Dr. Picrce's Favorito Prcscription ia mado for. It givcs hcr health and Btrength. AH woman's weakncsses and all woman's ailracnts aro ourcd by it. It's a logitimato racdicino not a bcveragc ; an invigorating, rc storative tonic and a soothing and strengthening norvine, freo fromal cohol and injurioua drugs. It im jiarts tono and vigor to tbo wholo systcm. For all functional irregularitios, periodical pains, organic displacc ments and utcrino diseasos, it's a positive remedy. And a guarantced one. If it doesn't givo satisfaction, in cvery casc, tbe monoy paid for it is re fundcd. No other medicino for womcn is sold on theso terms. That's becauso notbing clso is "just as good." Pcrliaps tbo dcalcr will offcr somcthing that's "better." IIo mcana that it's bet ter for him. gTlio gmnllost Pill in tho Worldl Why do yon stiffer frmn Dyspepsia nnd SicU-IItadac...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 9 September 1892

8 THE BENNINGTON BAOTOER, FKIDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1892. Prealdeut Ilarrlsou'n Iiotter. President Harrison's lettor of accep tanco is worthy of hts party and hims'elf. It is tho calm and dignifled utteranco of a statesmaa whoso practical knowlcdgo of his country's nceds is wido and sure; of a patriot whoso sincoro dovotion to tho best interosts of tho American peoplo "has bcen repeatodly testcd and nover found wanting. It is not a collcctlon of thoories takcn from text books, vaguely formcd and crudely oxprossed. Thero is in it no taint of domaRogy, no traco of a disposition to arouso popular projudico and passion, Unliko his Doraocratio xival for tho Chiof Maptistracy, President Harrison is a studont of markots and of living facts. Tho pedantio maxlms of JFreo Trado thcorists aro powerless to cbscuro his comprobonsion of roalitics. Ho will not stoop to tho arts of the agitator whoscoksto sctclass against class in his own solilsh intcrest. Thero is not a singlo statment in tho Proaident...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 9 September 1892

PROTECTION AND RECIPROCITY. QL. NU- a. NEW YORK, SEPIEMBEP, 1 802. PRICE ONE CENT. rabll-lie.1 mnntbly at 1S5 VetTfentY-thlrd COBDEN CLUB'S SCdEME JIEVIVED. PROTECTION AND BECIPItOCITY. EtHmdaltkeXtw TcrkP. O., NatTttk.tattami- MALCONTENrS. corrwauTEu jiy ooha s. noo. CHAITFJl YL BBAMBI.E EDLE. Irtle tQrnn.ce?, dlsmnniled factnrlas, stlent mos. uiiBiitnnivAii vnrumnu a iti irauurui uia At laat tho exoi int: elcctoial canvasa waa vur. JLF nwn L WIIH MPPU 1 I lllH VIII llf V 111 mr nm nuu u tll'ln uunv IIUII .iiiiiiti A X itk mh I (111 MirtltAil itrirli i1n nirumnnv If.rrtll lttl Munufnrtnrfra Plirhed nnd subm ueil. wh'In anor waa miiimnt- imM tAtin ni iiinaHnniuii so uncni'uou9ly cown, h ni roaultd ia n nntliitlml hririmul nt niLiMinih'u vct nfl nml bl zlng bonllr s nnd sliout-t of irlnmph tos I llnd to thelr joy at tti reiult ol Democruile Tlo orv. a yuiir pnssed by nnd ror n whlle nii wew nn ....... I 1 1.1. . . 1. I ' I . . I. M worKs. nut. oveu ba'oro tbnt lxjrioa liaa ox Iiiri'd...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 9 September 1892

60NO WITIl POMTICS IN IT. Tuno from "The Mlkado." (Slng Wltlow. Tlt WIIIott.) The chanurtou Mugwurapor sit doira by the gate Blnrlng. 'Wool, ohl tree wool, ohl free wool, ohl He ehanted lt'early and ehanted It lata, Vtto minl. oUI freo nool, ohlfrea wool, ohl TJp llin hlll ln tho White House tc happened Jnst 1 then ' That Olilo'e Btanch QoTornor talked wlth our l!en. "Ahl MeKInley," aitd Ben. "there's Ihat Mills Blll ngaln, . . ... 71tb lta wool, ohl tree wool, ohl freo- wool, oh I" Batd TVMlam to Benjamln, "Hardly 'twould FCC1U Thatercn a mulo! ohl a mule. ohl tlko thnt ono ahould ovcr ot victory dream And cui Tieenicn to rulo. ohl to rulo, hl Of llm WdWIi nii'd thrlr tilana no tldlnca ot l&te. And llils Jauus froo trader self stylod 'inan ot; fate.' Vnf ltln hnmliln nlnnnt from a llttla tlil DlatO. Wlth hls iiroclous Johu Dull.ohlJobn llull.ohl" The Biimmor ls pnsslng and autumn comes on eoon tne pons wm or voiers do iuh, oni Froin ocenn to occan tliat Nuvember mora Nrtri' wll...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 16 September 1892

iminatmt BENNINGTOjSr, VT., FBIDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1892. vol. m. NUMBER 35. m IMPORTANT READ DISSO TO CLOSE THE CO-PARTNERSHIP BETWEEN E & All goods must be sold wlthln thlrty days. We Bhall demand spot cash for all goods sold in closlng, andshall glve you bargalns in all lines. The prices wlll be far below cash value of the goods. We have a largo stock. new and deslrable goods. that wlll be sacrl ficed to close our buslness. Now ls the ilmo to buy ono or two years' stock of gooa. dur able, well-ntting, and wollmado clothlng far below Its cash value. Comeat once whlle thc ossortment ls full. The Opportunity TJnn't neclcet It. J3?"Ve exnect tbo9e who and scttlc thelr accounts. Ahhough the amounts may be smsll Indlvkluall, eregate a large eum, ana we neca the money. COLE & OLOTHIERS AND IBusincss J3Dircctor). C. H. MASON. ATTOItNEY AT LAW. AdaniB' lllock. Bennlnirton. vt. 32 C. H. DARLINU. ArrORNEY ATLAW. Offlce over First Natlonal bank, 44t' Bennington. Vt, DR. MARY PAUTRIDGE....

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 16 September 1892

2 THE BENNINGTON BANNER, tfKIDAY, SEPTEMJBER 16, 1892. PECKS nEfOKT DUPLICATED Whon Labor 'Commissioner Peok of Now Tork threw a boombsliell into the camp of tho Freo Trade Democrats by tne premaiuro puoucaiion 01 ms suuig' tics sustaintne Renublican claims in re- latlon to tbe benoflta of protection, tho managers of tbo Domocratio campaign aud their mugwump allics mado all sorts of wild cuarges against tue report; as weu as ita autbor. It was alleged amonp othor things that tho report was based upon tbo statomcnts of mauufacturcrs alono and tbat II111 had caused the re port to bo colorcd and published at thls tlme ior tho purposo 01 stauDing uieve land in tho back. Unfortunatoly for the Domocratio leaders thoy havo been utter- ly unabloto impeach tho cbaracterof Pcck's report and it bas moreovcr just been matenaily strcngtucneu. ino iacts and fleurcs containod in bis report aro complotely austained by another report of a similar naturo published by Chtef Peel of the lndiana bureau ...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 16 September 1892

THE BEKNIN GTON' BANNER, FKIDAY,: SEPTEMBER 16, 1892. ItOnretOonEht, Coldi, EoreThroat,Croap,Whoop ing Cough, BronchiMa &nd Aathmi Accrulacure for Coniumpuoa ln flrat it&ctt, tnd a innrellef la ftdT&necd Ugei Cm at ono. ToavlUieetheexceUenteffect itfterUking the flrst dote. Soid by iemitrt mrjhex. Las9 BottJe 60 ocnti tnl $1X0. It Cures Inflaenuu Tna Roct nnrl PlirPSt Mfidiclne II! tfTv EVER IWAUt. I &sTAk:r.lean nnd Bmooth. Those I I o "P 20?lmileB nnd Blotclies IIJ VVSSWMood, nnd can bc Vwwto(' ,f y? aro V .,V ivelsonnd use Vbloodpu.l E3 E3 E3 noS'T'WAIT. Getitatonce Tf ran nro enfferlnsr frora ! i Kld? ney Dlscaso, aml wisn mo old ngc, use suu uuu uiaa. Send 8 2-ccit etaupa to A. 1. Ordway & , Co., Bo6ton-Mas8.nr licstnicUlcalwork publishea? Salt & Mud any other salt but Worcester. Pure Salt Worcester Salt only Nash, Whlton & Co., New York. Envy is e.isy for a happy man to bear even from his friends. It always seems to be cx cited by the new guick-wind...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 16 September 1892

THE , BENNINGTON BA'NNEB, EKIDAY, SEPTEMBEJR, 16, 1892. 4 BENNINGTON BANNER. BENNINGTON' FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 10th, 1802. Mngle Uopies ol the Banner, ln TVrappera for Itlalllns If Denlred. TI1HEB Vent. Mrs. D. H. SJimiand daughterare visiting in Rutland. Miss Cyntiha. Gardner returns to her school in Elisabeth, N. J. Mits. A. B. Gardner has returncd homo after sovcral wceks' abscnco. E. B. Niles has gono on a vacation aDd will bo absont two or threo weoks. Masttr Lorino Binoham ontcrs a military school in Manlius, N. Y., next week. Miss Nellie Brioos of Brandon is passing a fow weoks wlth Mrs. A. C. Halsoy. Mrs. A. E. Donneiay is in Now York city this week and npxt to purchaso hcr fall stock of Millinery goods. Mrs. G. W. Stearns returned to her homo in Brooklyn this week accompanied by her nieco, Miss Addio Sibley. Dr. B. C. Jenney, accompanied by his wifo and children, gocs to Northorn Now York noxt Monday, to be absent a weck or ton days. Wednesday Septombor 28th, is tho last day to...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 16 September 1892

E3 THE BENNINGTON BANNEE FBIDAY, SEPEMBER 16, 1892. was notcrl in the Bankek Jast wek, was tho flrst boro of Goorge W. and AblRail P. Simmons of Bennington. Mr. Sim mons, tho eldor, was a tin-smith, oxcep tionally skillful at his trade and carried on tho business in your villago in its carl v Wstnrv. and later. removcd to North Bennington whero he continucd tho busi ness until lils aeaui in lboi. ueorgu xi. learncd tho trado with his father and succceded liim in business, and liko his father was a skillful incoliauio, navino , also an inventino turn of mind, and many patents attest tho morit and high order of his inventivo gcnius. Ho fol lowed his trado as niotal worker and dealer in houso furnishines about twon .ty years, when ho began to givo his en tiro attention to tho pcrfeetion and intro duction of his patonted inventions.which occupation ho followod for a timo suc cessfully and established a business which continued to hiro asubstantial royalty. But tlio natural beut and incl...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 16 September 1892

6 HI8TORY OF TAUT.K UTENSILS. History shows that most of our table utensils aro of qulto roccnt orlgin. Lot us in tlio flrst placo, speak of tho Ublo itsolf. Eyeryone knows tliat tho Romans took thoir meals lyinf upon very low coucbes that somowhat rcsombled what call a lounjro. VThcn wo say that thov lav down. our statcmont is nnw rt. Actly accurato, slnco cushions pcrraittcd thom to cliauco position frcquontly. for it would havo ocon vcry difficult for thom to abandon themsclvos totlioploas ures of tbo tablo in constantlyocoupying ahorizontal position. When Gaul was conqucrcd by tbo Ro mans, tho lattcr introduccd tlicir habits into tho provinccs subdued by thom, and it was not till about tho tlmo of Charlo- magno that tho gucsts at a ropast soatcd thomselves upon cushions around a stand in ordor to tako their moals. At the homcs of tho grcat, thcso cushions and stands wero rolativoly olocant as ro gards decoration. Tho table mado its anpoaranco lator on. m tho middle apes. acconip...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 16 September 1892

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FRIDAY, SEPTEMER 16, 1892. Whatislt? A substitute for lard? Upsettingthe customs,"b its, and prejudices of cen turies? Yes, all this and more. Cottolene is "a nnv cooking product it is bet ter thaii lard or butter for cooking, so say such noted housekeepers as Marion Harland, Catherine Owen, Mrs. S. T. Rorer, and many others; it is healthier so says cvery thoughtful phy siciarv; and it is cheaper as every housekeeper knows when she finds that one-half the quantity answers every purpose. OOTTOLENE is the purest clarified cot tonseed oil mixed with pure beeffat. It is the best cook ing material cver devised for frying anything and everything. It is easily digested and highly nutri tious. Every New England housekeeper will prize Cot tolene. Bewarc of imita tions. Ask yourgrocer for the genuine Cottolene. Madk nv N. K. FAIRBANK & CO. CHICAGO, and 5 Contral Wharf, Boston. 0G0OQO09 T5JTT e Tiny U w Pis Q Q stlmul.ito tho torpld llvcr, Btrengtlien mo aigesuvo org...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 16 September 1892

8 THE BENNINGTON BANNER, ERJDAY, SEPTEMBER 16,. 1892. INTHE LOOAL FlfclLU. Woodford. Mrs. Jcssio Bugbco is qulto ill. Thero was a heavy rain Wednesday, C. C. Easton is painting liia houso white. Let ovcry ono attond church nort Sun- day. Burt Gleason lias frouo to Saxton's Itiver to attcnd scnool. Kemembortho town mcoting Saturday. Isn't $2,100 wortn taking? Prof. Fred Squiro and tho Rov. Bea man enjoyed a walk to tho Little Pond in tho mountatns, 'i uesaay. Miss Erama A. Iltnes of Oswego, pre- sidea at tlio Union cnurcn organ last Sunday. Prof. Squiro will rondor ser- yico next bunday. Walter Outler and wife will livo wlth Miss Fannv Park this wlntcr. Mrs. Ilic trins, Mrs. Cutler's motlicr, has gono to lioosicK raiis to iivowiui norsonjamos. of tho foundorsand buildcrsof tho Union church. is to omciato hero ncxt Sunday, The roverend gentlomau has turned tho octogenanan milestone, but is yet vigor ous. Josopk Ilarvey has moved from town unccremoniously. In consequence thero of tho s...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
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