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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 18 August 1893

THB BENNINGTON BANNER, E.RIDAY, AUGSUT .18, 1893. BENNINjSTQlfBANNER. BENNTNGTQN. FRIDAY, AUGUST 18 1893. SliiKlo uople. ol "tlie Bauner, ln Vraipcr for MnlllnB Denlrcd TIIItBB :ent. . OliUnniNG BATIIS. ANNERANDWEEKLYTRIBUNE, $1.60. BANNER AND BOSTON JOURNAL. $2.00. BANNER AND DAILY JOURNaL, $8.30. BANNER AND N. Y. DAILY PRESS.3.50. BANNER AND 8UNDAY TRESS. $3.00. JBANNER AND HARFER-S SIAGAZINE, $4.60. BANNER AND HARPER'S WEEKLY, lH.70. BANNERANDHARPER-S BAZAR, $1.70, Per ycar payable in adanc. Send In yoar or in For additional locals seo second pago, Frank Pubdy of Troy, is visiting frionds in town tliis week. . Miss Bertiia Griswold goes to Woy- bridgo this week for a visit, Mr. John Sombrs of Manchester, N. H.. is visitinc frionds hero. Prof. V. S.-Ross of Burlington is tho guest ot kov. vi. v.kui. N. E. Gheenslet is homo from Bos ton. ou bis suramor vacation. Tiie crection of four new dwolling himses was beoun horo last weok, nTi,i TT. At.lew has rcceived notico that his nension...

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. — 18 August 1893

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, iRJLDAY , AUGUST 18, X893. Alonzo Chase of Keeno, has visltcd hls daughtor, Mrs. Bert Tomplo, and Georgo, her brothor and wlfe, of the samo city, havo beon horo. Charles Hawkins and lady, aud Miss Kittio Knapp, of -South Shaftsbury, spont last Sunday in town, with Mr. and Mrs. John Knapp at their plcasant cot tago in "Fir Forest." ' Lot overybady attend the cntortah mont at the church noxt Tuesday evon inrr. Wo nced new hymn books. "Tho Ideal Man" is the subject. Of courso tho ladies will not bo "loft out in tho cold." 01), nol A party of twonty ladias and gentle tnen frora Bomington, feaste'd on trout and othor cood things at tho Summit houso last Monday oveuing, and in duleod in tho feats of torpsichoro on tho Mt Plcasant house platform. Win. Hawks, and anothcr contompla tlvo stock-holdcr in tho Green Mountaln Homo Corapany from New York, passed a dolightful day at tho Little Pond hotol, Sunday. Mrs. Ilarbour's "bill of faro" is ono of tho attraotions of tbi...

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. — 18 August 1893

6 THE BENNINGTON BANNER, EEIDAY, AUGSUT 18, 1893. PRIZES ON PATENTS. HOW TO GET TWENTY-FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS FOR NOTHING. The Winner has a Clear Gift of aSmall Fortune, and the Losers Have Patenis that May Brlng them In Stlll Morc. Would you liko to mako twenty-flvo kundrcd dollars? If you, would, read carcfully what follows and you may see a way to do It: Tho Tress Claims Company dovotes much attention to patents. It has liandlod tliousands of applicatlons forin vontions, but it would llko to liandle tliousands moro. Thoro is rilenty of in vontive talont at largo in this country, uoedint: notliing but oscouragomcnt to produco practical results. That cncour agomcnt tho 1'rcss Claims Company pro posea to ffive. NOT 80 HABD A8 IT 8KEM8. A patcnt strikes most people as an ap pallinply formidablo thinp;. The idca is that an mvontor must bo a natural geulus liko Edson or Bell; that ho must dovote years to dolvirjg in coraplicatcd mcchani cal probloms, and that ho must speud a fortune on d...

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. — 18 August 1893

THE BENNUSTGTOJS BANJSEK, FKLDAY, AUGTJST 18, 1893. WORK FOB US a few dnys, and you wlll be stnrtlcd at the unex. pected succesj that wlll rewnrd your efforti. We posltlvcly liave the be.t bu.lness to oITer an agent thnt can be fuuud uu tlie face o( tbls eartb. 81.1.01) profit m 8T3 00 worthnf buslnesgU bclni eally and honornbly inaile by and paid to huiulmU uf iiicn, wonieu, boys, luicl glrls .In our employ. You can mako money faster at work for us tliau you bave ny Idi-a of. The buslncss Ii o easy toloarn.aml lusti'uctlons soslmpleandplaln, that all succcid (roiu tlie start. Tbose who take liold of the busliie-u reap tlie advantage that arl.es fromtlic aouud rcputatlon of one of the oldest, most succesiful, aud largcst publishlng hcusi'a in Amcrlca. Secnre for yourself tbe profits that tbe buslnoss so readlly and handsomely ylelds. All beginncrs succced graudly, and more tban reallze their greati-.t i-xpcctatlous. Tbose wbo trr it flnd exactlv n we tell thera. Thcre 1s plcnty of r...

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. — 18 August 1893

8 fflE BENNINGTON BANNEB, ERIDAY, AUGUST 18, 1893. OUR WESTEIW LETTER. Bkbwick, 111, Aug. 11, 1803. To the Edltor of the Banner.Dsxn Sir: Sinco wrltinc last, I havo spentten days In Ckicago and then camo down to Santa Fo to tnis "Garden of tlio State" and liavo come to rest for at lcast slz montbs. I havo followcd my old plan of taking a schosl and thereby givo myself Utno to tnake tbo acquaintanco of tbe country and of another family of couslns. Robert A. Elllott is a Democrat, who is wide awako on tbo ourrent issuos of the timcs and hoartlly supports tbo present admlnlstration, boping for roliof from tho "hard times?" I am a Democrat too, if you go back to tho primary raeaninp of tbo word, and say lt racans "Govennment of tho peo plo, by tho peoplo and for tho people,1' but I am not very cnthusiastio ovor the present prospect I havo somotlmcs to Iauch in my aleovo a little, as I llsten to tbo bright antlcipatlons of thoso who look for sudden "Doraocratio roforra.' On the other lia...

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. — 25 August 1893

mrattg i . VOL. LTII. M.,r.,r nf nnp n.irrnn whfin bUVinfT ClOthlllff at tlllS UIDO 01 year, havo an oye on its adaptability to cold weather. To such ve would say that we already bave in stock a large line of Fall and Winter ffoods just bought, among which aro many new styles and noveities. Our Spob Cash systera makes tho price below competition. We are stm makins discounts on light weights and filling their places Avlth heavier goods. xou wiu aiways nna a iuu CHAS. G. COLE'S ONE-PRICE, FarnisliingjHonse, Opera TvVro all alert. wo'vo had acall. "We'ro working hard to pleaso you all, And mary purchascs wo'vc raade, JFor Fall and Wintcr's coming trade. 'Thero's great commotion in tlio land, .And in Columbia's palaco grand. In overy nook and evcry placo The p'ooplo meot of ovory race, And ways and mothods tliero coraparo, Tomako mon botter overy whoro. All nations thero their goods display Of fabrics fiuo and colors gay, Tho wondrous sliowing tliero in art, In wbieh all races tako a pa...

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. — 25 August 1893

, THE BENNINGTON INNER, JFKIIAY,, AUGUST 25, 1893. INTHELOOAL FIELD. BENNINGTON CENTRE. Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Wellington and sons liavo roturned from an onting at tho Adirondacks. , M. L. HarrinRton has roturned to Stecloton, Penn., takinR w ith liini a nico horse from tho Dowey Stock farm. Alonzo Rand ia goinj to obtain run nitiR water from a spnng on J; Wool Griswold's farm and is soou to lay the pipes. Tlio lonc distanco telopliouo has been cxtended to this villago. It will bo a great advantage to peoplo sojourninpj Fioro, also to tho community in general. Johu H. Bahan has had an offer for his hillside cottago ovorlookinR tho vil lajjo of Bennington, and tho pioturesquo valley of tho Walloomsao. Tho Old First churbh, tho montion of whoso uame rovives musical momories of long ago, contained a lurgo audience at the tnorning sorvice last Sunday, many, douhtless, boing attraotod thero by the announcement made during tho week that a quartott composed of E. E. Long, James Habborly, V. N....

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. — 25 August 1893

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FRIDAT, AOGUST 25, 1893. A LANDLUBBER. JtY 8ALLY UACKU8 0 111008. Yes, he'a real qneer lookin, Cap'n Zach Crano is. You wouldn't guesa to see him that ho's the riches' man in town, Idon't tfelieve. An he's the very pictcr of his father. Hia father'a been doad theso 20 f&ax an liioro. Eo wtut ulwuya cuiled fold Cap'n Zach" or "old Zach,"anhe fraa the grumpiest, growliest old cretnr t ovor ccmo acrocs. Ho waa terriblo ftingy, too, nn he hated religlon an ev ttythlng that waa good as fur as I know txcept hia wifo an son. Hehadawood sn leg an only one eyo, bnt ho was smart, t tell yon, an ho made money hand over Sat After hegot too old togoreg'lar wyagea ho begnn puttin his savin's out xt intercst, an you might have thought tho family waa panpcra, thoy lived so tloso. But it was all to save np for the boy. Thoy didn't have bnt jnst one, an ihey both of ern set their oyes by him. Bnt for all that Cap'n Zach conldn't .'bardly wait for him to be old enoughto ,go ...

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. — 25 August 1893

THE BENOTNGTON- BANMlR,- FRIJdiJY", AUGUST 25, 1S93. BENNINGTON BANNER. BENNINGTON'. FRIDAY, AUGUST 25. 1893. Mngle uoploa ot the AVrnppers for Itlalllns TIIIIKK Ueuia. , Bariner, lu Dcnlrcd If w n. tTitiicock and wifo aro Adlrondacks.for' a montb. Geo. Donnelt.y returnod last wcek, from his trip to Chicago. Tuk KincsDaughtcrs meet with Mrs. Dr. Goodall, Friday, Sept. lst Mks. Mary E. Sharp 01 Kmderhook, t, iTT f rr. nri Ti! hp.nn I N. Y.. nnd Mrs. A. C. Fenton of Broaa- iSfi ' . K r'Tr& of albln are visiting at 0. E. Corey's, Ai-tikrt. Pabsons 01 Lowell. Mass., was n town ovor Sunday. Chables T. Bukt has beonvisittne ms mother In Castloton, this week. Mrs. Geo. JL Bubcii and chlldren, havo gono to New Haven, Conn., for a weok. CliUUBIHG KATBS. ANNER AND VfEEKLY TRIBONE, $1.50. BANNER AND BOSTON JOURNAL, $2.00. BANNER AND DAILT JOURNaL, $9.30. BANNER AND N. Y. DAILY PRESS, UW. BANNER AND SUNDAY TRESS, $3.00. BANNER AND IIARPER'S MAGAZINE, $1.60. BANNER AND IIARPER'S WEEKLY. 170....

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. — 25 August 1893

THE BENNINGTON BANftEEy AUGUST 25, 1893. DTSPEPSIA CUUED. A CASE WIIICH 1IAI) DKFIEI) ALL OT .TOE, DOOTOItS CUHED AT THOY MAONETIOIM 8T1TUTE. Evcrybody knows dyspopsia, to, bo ono of tho most distressinft cd'mplalnts. CompHcations of all kinds arise. At times noarlyovery oifrau in the body is impahcdinitB aotious. Tho patient, ir tho dioaso is allowcd to run, suffcre frora norvoiis debllity, iunctioual heart dis ease, tholungs sympathizo, cotifch sets in, and tho patient roay oven dio from consumption, suporlnduoed by a diseased stomach. No organ in tho body is so li nblo to diseaso as tho stomach, as nono is so much abusod. Did you over stop to think what yonr stomach contalus aftor a first-class (?) dinner, and what its work must bo, and then wondcr why you havo dyspopsia? Mrs. F. camo to tho Institute suftorinR, as sho supposed, froma complication of diseases. bho had bcen tho roupds of tho dootors. Some said dieaso of tho heart; othors of tholumrs, kidnoys, livor, nervcs, etc. S...

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. — 25 August 1893

6 THE BENNINGTON BANNER, ERIDAY, AUGUST 25, 1893. PR1ZES ON PATENTS. HOW TO QET TWENTY-FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS FOR N0TH1NG. The Wlnner has a Clear Glft of a Small Fortune, and ihe Losers Have Patenti that May Brlng ihem In Stlll More. Would you liko to mako twonty-flvo hundred dollars? If you would, read arefully what f ollowa and you may see :a way to do it: Tho Press Claims Company devotcs rtnuch attention to patents. It lias liandled tbousands of applioations for in--vontions, but it would liko to handlo thousands more. There is plenty of In eutive talont at largo in this country, uecdiue nothing but oscouragcmcnt to produco practical reaults. That encour agoment the Press Claims Company pro poses to give. NOT 80 HAliD A8 IT 8KEMS. A patcnt strikes most people as an ap pallinply formidable thlnR. The ideals' that an lnventor tnust be a natural genius like Edson or Boll; that ho must devote years to dclving in compllcatcd mechani cal problems, and that lio must speud a fortune on del...

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. — 25 August 1893

THE BENMNGTOK BAKNEK, FJR1DAY, AUGUST. 25,61893. 7r. WORK FOR US a few days, and you will be startled at thounex, pected succcss that will rewurd your efforts. We poaltlvely hare the bctt kuilness to offer an agent that can be fonnd on tbc fnce of thls earth. 845.00 proflt on B 75 00 worth nf buslness ls belng easily and llouorably uiade brand pald to bundreds of men, woiuen, boys, and glrla ln onr employ. You cau muke mouey fatter ot work for ui tlian you have any idi-u of. The buslness ls ao ensy to fearn, and Instructiom so slniple and plaln, tlmt all snccevd from the etart. Those who take hold of the busIiR'RD reup the advantage tbat arlsos from the souud rcputatlon of one Of the oldest, most succeasful, and largcst publlsliing hcuscs ln Aincrlai. Secure for yourself the proflts tliat the buslness so rradlly and nandsomely ylclds. All beglnnors succeed grandly, and more than reallze thelr greatctt expectntlons. Those who try ltflnd cxactly a we n-ll them. There ls plenty of roor...

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. — 25 August 1893

THE BENNINGTON BANNEjR, JFKEDAY, AUGTJST 25, 1893. 8' PHELPS ON THE BERINQ SEA. The attantion ot ox-Miulster E. J. Thelps was directed to H copy of tlio re marks o( a Washington lawyer to the of teot that thls country bad lostits control of tho seallndustry throuRh tho Bering docisiou and the wators of Ataska wero thrown open to cvery poachor ia tho world oxcept those of Eugland and America. Mr. Phelps spoke of tho mat terasrfollpws: "I do uot Uiink the speculatlons of tlns wrltor aro o anv consequence. He ovi dcntly doos not know much about tho case and I do not underatand what ho says or what ho moans. The roal ques tion, and tho only material question In volved in tho arbitratlon, was whether tho seals should boprotectod fromoxter mination. It was contended on tho part of the Unltod States that polafrio sealing, lo n iiv Hin niirnnitof tho seals in tho sea, was not only barbarous and lu i,... nr. knf nUn nixcniiRarilv destructivo to tho race, and that it ought to bo pro hibited. ...

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. — 1 September 1893

Imx mrang BENNINGTON, VT., ERIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1893. NUMBER 33. VOL. Lin. year, havo an eye on its adaptability to cold weather. fo such we would say that we already bave in atock a large lino of Fall and Winter goods just bought, among whicli aro many new styles and L nojdties. Our Spot Cash system makes the prico below competition. We are still making discounts on ligbt weights and filling their places with heavier goods. You will always flnd a full line of seasonable goods at CHAS. G. COLE'S ONE-PRICE, SPOT-CASH, CLOTHING AND Pnmiqhinn3TTnnsB. Onara House Block. Bennington, H J" . . Wo'ro all alerr, wo've bad acall, We're working liard to plcaso you all, And mary purehascs wo've mado, For Fall and Winter'scoming trade. Thero's groat commotion in tlio land, And in Columbia's palaco grand. In overy nook and every placo Thc peoplo meet of evcry racc, And ways and racthods tlicro co'inpare, To mako nien" butter overy whcro. All nations thero tbeir goods dlsplay Of fabrics flne and c...

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. — 1 September 1893

2 THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1893. 1NTHE LOOAL FIELD. BENNINGTON CENTBE. Mrs. "Walter F. Sears and hor two child ren left on Tuesday for Steeletoo, Tcnn., thoir adoptod homo. Tlie heavy -winds liave about ruincd our fruit crop and it looks as tliough Mr. Hamlin must start up his cider mill. Barker F. Vail has lost a largo quanity of applos. It is now a sottled fact that we are to Lavo tho Tillago water and pipes aro to be laid, wo undorstand, this fall. What ercater blessing could be bestowed upon this old bill? Patties from tho city bavo beon con sulting with Chas. F. Sears wlth a viow or purchasiug bls six acro lot. Tbcso lots adjacent to tho mounument, "take" on account of tho magnificont viow ob tained from there. We bavo quito a pcdostrian in our vil lace in tho person of Ilonry Ketchum, who walked to Putney, 50 miles, in a day. Mr. Ketchum wont by tho way of Woodford and Searsburgh, took dinnor in AYilintnfcton, tbenco to Brattleboro, and ten miles up the rive...

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. — 1 September 1893

THE BENM&GTON BAJOER, FJKIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1893. THE MEADOW GRASS. The grasa is bendtng, Qulvcrinc; in tho Ught 0 a hot Joly sun, and whcre the gray And plumy flowereta of the rlpenlng hay Aro thln aa ElUten thrads apspringsthewhlU Oxeye, a butterfiy ta hov'rinB fllght. Bat where the taller graseesre at play Wlth buttercups, that like a golden spray ijes 1 thelr midet, the lean unhappy helght Of sorrel towen, a somethlng barned and red, On whlch the f eet of the qulck llghtnlng fell When he&ven had Uirovrn lt from. its thnn derbed. Tet hark! Tb mower rliiss a f1jrpenlne;knell Upon hla tcythe today wo flower, we wed, "Wo learn tomorrow wo eleep welU 0. A, Dawson in Chambers' JoarnaL THE LAST CALL. It was in the old days. They sccm very far away indeed now, after all that haa happened aince then. It was bat aycaror two before Custer nnd his men of the Seventh Unitcd St&tcs cavalry were mas sacred by the Sloux Indlnns, nnd that was In 1870. We were not very much on pa rade...

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. — 1 September 1893

JCHE BJINaTO. EBIDAY, SgMBR 1, 1893. BENNINGTON BANNKK, BENNINGTQN. FIJItfAT. SBPTEMBER 1 1893. Mnsle Uple ol the Banner, ln Wrappors for MallliiE lf DeMrod TIIItEB Cont. OliOIIDING HATES. ANNER AND YTEEKLYTBIBUNE, 1.M. BANNER AND BOSTON JOURNAL. 8100. BANNER AND DAILT JOURNAL, $6.30. BANNER AND N. Y. DAILY PRESS, W.50. BANNER AND SUNDAY rRESS, 83.00. BANNER AND IIARPER'S MAGAZINE, 84.50. BANNER AND IIARPER'S WEEKLY, $4.70. BANNERAND IIARPER'S BAZAR, $4.70, Per year payable in adanco. Send In yonr or P. G. Bond is passing his vacation at Newport, K. I. A. G. Stone of Wallingford, was in town lasfJSednesday. There js no safor placo for your nfbnoy tban iri tho bank. JosKrn Dat.et of Now Tork City, is visiting lns brothcr, Dr. E. B. Daley of this village, forafow days. FeankRice near Bennington Falls, lost a little child with diphtherla Tues day. Thcro aro no moro cases. Tiie Monnment sult is to begin again to-day, and tbo taking of testimony bo toro ex-Gov. Dillinjham continued. Mr.s...

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. — 1 September 1893

THE t BMNIHGTO . BAtfNER, JfJjUDAY, 1, IS93. opposite dircction and was badly thrown from Jlio carriage. - Tha .horso . was re covered by Cblef Markham at the houso of a farmer named Nelsori Evaus, who rosided in .Stepbentown. At tho sarao time Iio rccovored fire other horses, flvo wagons, a number of whlps, blankets and sots of barness. For this crirae Youug was sentencod for flvo yeara, Ibat being tbo fourtb timo ho bad boen cora raitted to prison. Sinco tbon. ho has sorved several terms. Ho ls a vory bright man, aud during bia trial at Schenectady ho summcd up his Own casb.and.cross questioned all thq witnesses himsolf. Ho on ono occasion told Chlef Markham that ho liad novcr seen a good horso that ho dld not desire or uubsequeutly so- RELIOIOUS SEKVICES. BENXINOTOIf FIRST CHUItCII, BEV. M. L. BEVEltAHCK, PASTOIU -Babbath Srrice. 11 a m, 7:30 p in; Sabbath School, 12 .15 p m ; T P 8 O K. 6:80 p m ; Prayer Meetlnt.TliureJay, 7:30 pm; Communlon Ser vice. on the flrst Sabbath of rac...

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. — 1 September 1893

6 PRIZES ON PATENTS. HOW TO GET TWENTY-FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS FOR NOTHING. The Wlnner has a Clear Gift of a Small Fortuno, and the Loscra Have Patents that May Bring them In Still More. 'iVould jou liko to uiako twcnty-flvo hundrcd dollars? If you would, read carefully what follows and you -may soe a way to do it: Tho Tress Claims Company dovotos much attention to patents. It bas bandled thousands of appltoations for in ventions, but it would llko to handle thousands raoro. Thoro is plenty of in veutive talont at larfro in tliis country, necdintr nothinp; but oscouragement to produce practical rcRults. That encour agoment the Press Claims Company pro poses to give. NOT 80 IIABD A8 IT 8F.EMS. A patent strikes most peoplo as an ap palliugly formidable thing. The idea is that an invcntor must be anatural genius liko Etlson or Bell; that ho must (iovoto years to delving in corapltcatcd mechani cal probloms, and that ho must spond a fortuno on delicate experiments before lio cau got a new ...

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. — 1 September 1893

THE BENNINGTON BANNEJR, , JFEIDAX, SEPTEMBEE, 1, 1,893. 35 Cbew It'sasgoodasWIieat Havirjg ar?Trying Plug 1 Every De&ler &sd it is njade by LOUISVILLE, KY. C. D. CREENSLET. HOUSE PAINTING ANU ' PAPBR HANUINtt I do none but flrst-class work, &ud gnarante satlsfactlon ln all cases. Estlinaiodfurntshed on appllcatlon. '408 GAGE ST., BENNINGTON. What is Castoria is Dr. Samuol Pltchcr's prcscription for Infants and Cbildron. It contoins nolther Opium, Morpliino nor otlier Narcotlc Bubstanco. It is a harmless substitnto for Parogoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil. It is Plcasant. Its gnarantco is tbirty ycars' uso by Slillions of Mothcrs. Castoria dostroys Worms and allays fovcrislincss. Castoria prcvonts vomltingr Sour Curd, curcs Diarrhcoa and Wind Colic. Castoria roliovcs toothing troublcs, caros constipatlon and flatuloncy. Castoria assimilatcs tbo food, rcgalatcs the stomach and bowols, giving hoaltby and natural slcop. Cas toria is tho Chlldron's Panacea tho Mo...

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