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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 30 March 1894

fflE BENNINGTON " BANNER, FBIDAY, MAKCH 30, 1894. 8 SKETOH OF THE TV. C. T. U., OF BENNINGTON. It waa in March, 1875, just ninotcen years arjo, that tho Woman's Christian Temperanco Union of Bennington was organized. Inlookingtnor tho rocords of these years, wo fiud that tho avcrage iloTif?nrPA wno nmnli larcjor at. firsr., nnrl tho ladies cngaged moro "activoly in the work than at present. There wero four mass meetings held tho flrst yoar. Two all-day prayer mcetirgs wero held not lonc after, commencing at 9 a. m. and cndlng at 4 o'clook p. m. In 1877 Dill and Ball, two of Murphy's co-workera, hold a series of meotings, at which crowds sicncd tho Dledgo. Our Union paid thom $30 for their services, und nlso cxpended $20 for pledges and badges. Lator ou Francis Murphy carao and aroused tho people to a high stato of enthusiasm. Saloons wero visited by different ladies, and so strong was pub lic sentiment, most of them wero closed. A reading and reforra club was organ ized, which held ...

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. — 6 April 1894

4 VOL. LIV. BENNINGTON, VT., ERTDAY, APRIL 6, 1894. NUMBEit 12 YES, "We are a great success, and we are proucl of it. Every one we have seen or heard frora, speaks in the highest terms of our "spot-cash" methocl of buying and selling goods, which enables us to make such remarkably low pnces. In fact, the remark, "Trade with Chas. G. Cole, and you" won't no tice the hard times," has become a proverb. OUR CUSTOM DEPARTMENT is attracting a great deal of notice. Our arrangement to bave cloth ing made to order at tho famous Oak Ilall, by Geo. V. Simmons &'Co., the leading tailors of Boston, enables us to guarantee Batisfac tion in all cases, and at prices far below the average of custom made goods. May all of our clothing bo judged by its worth ' On its morits alone stand or fall. You'll flnd that nono equals throughout tho whole earth, Thoso niado at tho famcRSS Oak Hall. Biiowniks. J-Vo carry tho largest assortraont of Clothing and Furnishings'in-town. Do not i'ail to yisit us at t...

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. — 6 April 1894

2 THE BENNINGTQNs. BANNER, FRIDA?, APBIL 6, 1894. INTHEJiOOAL FIELD. NORTH : BENNINGTON. ' tST-Look forF. L. Bottum's adyertlscment. It is said W. J. Hurloy is to romove his Hvcry stnbles to the Bennington kouso premis'es, noar tho depot. Mr. Watson. in tho eraploy of H. C. Siramons, has moved into tho Walwortu tfotrse on- Mtchanic street. Edward Hall ,has movod into his new homo, 'tho Mufbh house, vfhich was rfintcd, when he oamo horo frora Troy, uiTirtho l&X ihs't. The flnishinfc of tho imnroveracnts by F. Scott, on tho rcsidouce mado from tho former storo is Roinpr rapidly forward, and it will soon bo roady for occnpanoY. He and his sister contoraplato moving in tliis spring. Mrs. A. S. Minor of Binfthamtjon, N. T., who has boen visitlng Mrs. H. T. Cushraan, oxpects her son, Frod, to-day, Friday, to accompany her to her homo. Mr. Miner has a 'summcr residenco at Ilarpersville, some fiftoon tniles towards Albany. "at whioh, beforo now.your cor rosporidont has been royally ente...

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. — 6 April 1894

THB BENNINGTON BANNEE, FKIDAY, APEJL 1 6, 1894. 0 - Hon. James McShane Owes His Tho best kuo'wn living Canadian, and undoubtedly tbo must prominent man in tbo Provinces, is tho Hon. James Mc Sliano, M. P. I'., mayor of Montrcal. His roputation is not conflned to the city of which he is ohief magistMto, or to Canada, whcro ho is a leadcr, but in tbo Uuited Statos, as well, ho is highly esteemed as a politiclan and business man. Eo bas always bccn an ardent and foar loss champion for tbo masscs. As a raem ber for Montrcal Uontro for tbo Iocal lcgislature, to which ho was roturncd twlco by acclamation, be was tho most proniinent member of all tho assembly. llo afterward accepted a position in the ministry, where his services wero evon more conspicuous. 'Tho paoplo of Mon treal, irrospcctivo of creod and party,last year callod upon him to accopt the bigh cst gif t thoy could confer that of mayor, and at tho cloction he obtained tbo high estmajority evor given to a Montrcal mayor. Ho bas...

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. — 6 April 1894

fflE BENNINGTON BANNEK, FEIDAY, APRIL 6, 1394. BENNINGTQNvBANNBR. benningt6n. friday, april 6; 1804. SlnKle copfca of tlio Itnnncr, In trrappera for Hlulllns lf DoMred SHICICR ;iu. ' GfcimUINGI RATBS. JBANNER AND WEEKLYTHIBUNE, $1.60. aUiNER AN0 BQSTON journal. p 00. BANNEK AND DAILY JOURNAt, $6 30. BANNER AND N. Y. DAILY PRESS,'$3.50. BANNBllAND 8UNDAY "RESS, $3.00., IIANNEtt AND. HARPER'S MAGAZINE, 54.50, BANNER AND HARPER'S WEEKLY, 4 70. BANNERAND HaRPER'S BAZAR,-$4.70, BAKNEU AND NEW ENOLAND MAGAZINE, JJ.65. Per jear pyble In adtancn. Send In your pr RELIGIOUS SBRt'ICES. : .1 . t. OLD FIR8T .CnUKCJI, BENNINGTON JJEN' 1ee. on thettratSabbathof edchn1t.-rnatenronth, Kmroenclng irltlj Januarj'. W connection with .tho regular serrlce, at 11:30am. ' HTE BBCONn.CONOREQATIQNAL GHUBCn, XA'IK PTltEKT. PASTOB, REV. C1IA8. B. BKYMpUB.' . ' ' ' ' " K Sunday cvening ubjoctj, "Morais'and Town Governraent" , ., . Servlcen, 10:30 a m, and 7J0O p m; Sundoy School at 11:00 nu Branch Sunday Scbool...

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. — 6 April 1894

THE BENNINGTON BAKNEB, PRIDAT, APRIL 6, 1894. .5 mei'cliantin "Mlnneapolia, Mlnn. Danlol E. DL'smoml (now of Sariitngit), was also atonettmon partnur, antt wuuam it. Graruri siiiCB Juni', 1803. Tho oustom of the firm in all its brancli liousos was to coiitnict a co-p.irtnerslilp fnr six years, and H lt prospercd to renow for anotlier six years, By tliat tlrae tlio now part ihth were nblo t' buy out tho Interest of Graves & Koot, wliichwas one-lialf. In lb(L', ir. Uraves liail been a dircotor for ten years in tho Stato bank of Troy. DurW tliat Mme ho had rooommendod a great volumo (forthoso dayc), of papor and tho bank iiad uever lost a riollar on anv p.ipor markcd by hira for discount. Tlfat year bo foundod tho First National bank of Benninuton with a capital of $100,000. Mr. Graves furnishcd $00,000. Mr. Itoot, $23,500, Henry E. Bradford, $5,000, Charles E. Houghton of North Bennington, $5,000, and Willlam 11. Graves tho balatice. Subscquently the capital was increased to $110,...

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. — 6 April 1894

6 THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FKIDAY, APRIL 6, 1894. THE PRESENT. The prcsont tnoment Is tho sura of tlme: The nll to come a dreamer's prophocy: The post the mingled muslo of a chlme That rang by night Into a wlndy sky. Slf not wlth folded hands to mourn dead days, Nor idly walt tho days that aro to be. For while thou watched they, too, go thelr ways To Joln tho ghosta that haunt and lmrrow theo. Charleg L. Hlldreth in Youth'sCompaulon. THAT CODICIL. Two years had rnn on since the flrst ap pearance of Lillan, while three years had passed tvithoutreceivlng thehabitual visit of my client. My clerk, the one that hn& . heen there slnce the beginnlng, nwalted hlm with anxiety. I presume that some half crowns given by Mr. Brownlow ndd cd conslderably to hls weckly pay, Per haps also he nourished in his secret heart a tender sentlronnt for hls pretty visitor, An absence so loiig was without precedent, I determlned to prescnt myself at Vine cottage to lenrn thereason. I was received by ouo o...

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. — 6 April 1894

THE BENNItfGT BANNEK, FRLDAY, APRIL 6, 1894. You Need Flesh. Vyhen you are without healthy flesh you are weak somewhere, or else your food does not nourish you- Scott's Emulsion of Cod-liver, with hypophosphites of lime and soda, finds weak spots, cures them, and stores up . latent strength in solid flesh to ward off disease. Physi cians, the world over, endorse it SCOTT'S EMULSION cures Coughs, Colds, Weak Lungs and Wasting Diseases. Prepared by Scott & Bowne, 8HOE8. , SHOES. All the most celebrated makes and latest styles are alwaps U e on hand, and at prices that other slioe deilers cannot?compete witli. TRUNKS AND BAGS A fnll assortment of these goods always on liantl. JAS. K. MILLER. 409MAIN STREKT PENSI0NS. ADDRESS A LKTTER OK POSTAL CARD TO THE PRESS CLAIMS CO., JOHN WEDDERBURN, Managing Attorney. P. O. Box463. WASHINGTON, D. C. Hnnorably dlscharged soldlers and sallors who served nlnety days, or over, in th late vrar, re entltled lf now partlally or wholly dlsabled for o...

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. — 6 April 1894

8- THE BENNINGTON BANNEE, FKIDAY, APRIL 6, 1894. ASl'l i6siouy. X FEW TIIIN08 YOU OUOIIT 8UBELY TO BO THIS BEASON. In tlio sprinR wo feel tlred. lanpuid and dobiliatcd. Tho olianco from cold to warm w entlior causes a depression of tlio vital forcos reaultimr tn nn maotivo stato of tho stomach. livcr, bowols and kidnoys. Hcadacho is coramon. and tlio blood undcrf;ocs cbatiKes wliicir Rieatly duni itato tlio svstom. Tho oomnloxfnn is antto bosallow, and dark circles patlier under tho oycs. If somotliing is not dono to ovprcomo thcso conditions, thoywill lastindefinitely and mav- rcsutt in sevoro sickncss. Read tho experience of tho woll known Mis. A. A. Herrick, of 40 Evcrott Btrcot, Jiast tjonv cr'ville, Mass. "Tvvo vcars aeo I contractcd a very bo voro cold tliat sottled all over ray body. Mv liead and'loft side wtinpd mo all tho timo, I had no appotito and oould not Bieep at all mpnts. i was ao nervous i thouglit I would bo insano and any work seomed liko a mountaln anean ot mo. "...

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. — 13 April 1894

VOL. LIV. Wo'vo di8Countcd prices throughout every grado, They'll moet all rcquiromonts, they'ro down to froo trado, Thoueu Congress contlnues to block lcg- V, islatiori, 'They'll soon bo much higher throughout the wholo nation. 'Tho supply of Spring goods is bclow tbo demand, 'Tbo niills are cloanod out; thoy've no fabrics on band. Tho placo to flnd tho largest assortraont of FASHIONABLE HATS, In all tbo new blocks at tbo lowest prices is at Cole's. Also, tbo largest, flnest, most fasbionablo and best fltting lino of Clotjjing-and Gegts' Furnishirigs Always on band at CHAS. G. COLE'S ONE-PRICE; SPOT-CASH STORE, OPERA HOUSE BLOCK, BENNINGTON, VT. NOW ISi THE T1E TO BDY ! COAL, WOOD, LUMBER, LATH. LIME, CEMENT, PAINTS. OILS, NAILS, BUILDING PAPER, "THE PEOPLE SAY," RU8SELL & MARCH. Are Offering Unprecedented Bargains In all the above lines of goods. A full fsnpply of all grades of SPRUCE, PINE and OEDAR SHINGLES constantly on hand. STIMATES FURNISHED FOR BUIIiDINGS OF EVERY DESCR...

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. — 13 April 1894

2 rJELE BENNINGTON BAJNNER, " FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 1894. 1NTHE LOOAL FIELD. HKNNINdTON CENTRE. Qno farmer hero has about a lialf an acro of poasi sowctj. . Mrs. Gcorgo Lyman Is confined to tho liouso with a Bevoro cold. Dr. Lyman Rogors is in attendanco. Mrs. Moscs Harrington is propariDg to ocoupy licr summor residenco cn Monu Biont avonue. A furnaco is to bo put into tbo summor Ycsldencu of Mrs. Jolin H. Delovan. Ilarry Willoughby has tbo oo.itract. Georgo B. WolllngtOD, a pfbminont Jawycr of Troy, N. Y., who, with his family, spcnds his surrfmers hero, is tak ine a brave and noblo stand in thatrotten alfair at Troy, rJnless tlio bonest voters af Troy, auu oihor Amorican cities, can ast their vofcs without baving thom mado of no avail by this cursed prastico of repoating, carricd on by macliino riUgs, this countrv will bo shaken from contro to circumforonco. NORTH BENNINOTON. Mr. Frcd Porcoy is vory ill with pncu raonia. j , Mlss Alta Tozor roturned to horsqhool Monday moming. Kov. W...

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. — 13 April 1894

THE BENNINGTON BANNEE, lUilDAY, APEIL 13, 1894. PHYSICIANS PRESCRIBE IT. THEPOPEJSVEEYDAiY aine's Celery Gompound Head and I'hysicians prescribo it Bpcauso it makcs peoplo well. NY other romcdy was ovcr bo gcncrally recommended by tho med:cal professlon. Prof. Edward E. Phelps. M. D., LL. D., of Dartmouih Collego, who lhst pro scribcd it, was ono of tho most eraiucnt practitioners. Tho forraula, wliich has bcon frcoly given to tho mcdical profession, has bcon indprsed from tho flrst: for Paino's c'el ory compound is not a patent medicino, a sarsaparilla, or an ordinary tonic, but is tho trtie romedy for diseaso arising from debility of tho neryous system. It is a pobitivo curo for dyspepsia, bil iousness, liver complaint, ncuralgia. rhcumatism, all nervous diseases and kidney troubles. Says IV. E. Anthony, M. D., of Provi dcnco: '"I havo used Paino's celory com pound, and tho patlonts exprcssed thein Bolves as muoh pleasod with tho offect oxperienced from its uso. As a tonic and res...

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. — 13 April 1894

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FRIDAY, APKIL 13, 1894. BENNINGTON BANNER. ""BENNINGTON. FRIDAY. APRIIi 13, 1894. Siuzlo oopIob ot the Banner, ln Vrappera for ITIuHInS lf Dcalred EJJRKR Ueulfu OIjUIIIUNO kates. BANNER ANDWEiKLYTRIBUNE, $1.50. XU.NNEH AND.B03TON JOURNAL, $2 00. BANNER AND'DAILY JOURNAL. $8.30. BANNER AND N. DAILY PRESS, W.50. BANNER AND SUIJDAY "RESS, $3.00. BANNER AND HAUPER8 MAGAZINE, ?4.B0. BANNER AND HARrER'S WEEKLY.'Jl.TO. BANNERANP HARPER'8 BAZAR, $4.70, DANNERAND NEW ENGLAND MAGAZINE. Pe?yiear payable ln advance. Send ln yonr or ers. RELIGIOUS SERVIOES. OLD FIR8T CHURCII, BENNINGTON CEN TltE. PASTOR, REV. M. I,. SEVERANCE. Sabbath Srvice. 11 o m, 7:00 p ra: Sabbath School, 12:15 pm; Y P 8 C E.0:30 p m; Frayer JHeetint.Thursday. 2$0 p m; Communlon 8er "Vlce, on, tho HrstSabbathof each altmiatemonth, commenclng wlth Januavy, ln connection wiih the regular servlce, at 11:30 am. rnn bkcond coNanEOATioNAi. cnuncir, MAIN STREET. rASTOH, KEV, CIIA8. R. . 8EYMOUR. Sunday ovoni...

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. — 13 April 1894

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FKIDAY, APEIL 13, 1894. orty toa New Tork synrlicato, realizint; li andsomulv. and-retnininir tlio manaeu' racnt of tlio property, wliich has pro duccd ovor a mlllion dollars undor his inanairenipnt. He ir tlie owncr of lu cclobrated Ilall Tunnol wliich is beine driven to intersect tlio Colorado Ccntral voin from tlio north sido of Leavenworth mountaln, and lio also liolds otlicr larRo mininfr interests in tliis cwnty, bcsides valuablo mimiif: property at llico.Colo.' Tlio Courier. in sneukinir of tliis. says "DurinR his residenco in tliis Stato Mr. IIiill was cncacrcd in manv entcrprises, tlio princinal of wliich was mininfc. An a 8ilver lainor he has probably doue as mucn as any 0110 mau towarqs neveiop. iri2 tlio srreat miiicral wealth of Colorado tlie Colorado Central raiuo, that lis.s producod nearly, if not quito $2,000,000, boine fts)Iniuiid mouumontof his indoni itablo pnsh and sound jndpment in inat dirootlon." Asido from hiR business relations, Mr, H...

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. — 13 April 1894

6 THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 1894. "THERE'S mischief in her EYE." There's a fosclnatlng prescnco floatlng out up on the alr. Smlles lurk npon hcr featuros, and sunshine llghls J.sr halr. There's graco and beauty blended asshetripa 80 gayly by. There's a wcal th of love In keeplng, and "thero'a mischlof ln lior eyc." Eoware, O youth lmprossiblel Admlre, but be waro. There's a bltof natlvocoquetrybehlnd the face so fair, Ihe graco and baauty ln her etep as sbe trlps Pfayly by Are for the moment only "there's mischief ln lior eye." Jobn Wentworth ln Good Housekeeplng. THE FAMILY NAME. One afternoon M. SaHvallior received from his youuger son a lieutenant lo garrlson at Versailles the following let ter: VER.iAlt.LES. Jlay 25. 1883. Mt Dcxn FATHEit A terriblo catastropha has befallen me, ono whlch wlll be a blow ta youalBo. I am wrltlngabout It because I dare not face you. I deserve never to 6ca you again. Led aatray by a corapanlon, I havo been gambllne on tbe Bourso and a...

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. — 13 April 1894

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FRIDAT, APRIL., 13, 1894. 7 Coughs and Colds are signs of weakness. Don't wait until you are vveaker and nearer Consumption. Begin at once with Scott's lEmulsion of Cod-liver Oil, with hypophosphites of lime and soda. It strengthens the' Lungs, cures Coughs and Colds, and builds up the system. Physicia.is, the world over, endorse it. Wasting Dlseasos of Childron aro speedily cured by SCOTT'S EMULSION. It stops waste and makes childron fat and healthy. Preporod by Soott & Bowne, N. Y. Drusglata sell It. SJHOES. 8HOES. AU the most celebrated makes and late3t slyles are alwaps k on hand, and'at prices that other slioe deilers cannoticompele witli. TRUNKS AND BAGS ! A full assortment of tliese goods always on hand. jas. :k. miller . M9MAIN 8TREET THE POT OALLED THE KETTLE BLAOK BEOATJSE THE HOTJSEWIFE . DIDN'T USE APOLIO. COMMISeiONEnS' NOTIOE. Estate of NATITAN BATES. The uoderslgned, having been appointed by the Ilon. Prohati Court fnrthe Distrlct of Ben nin...

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. — 13 April 1894

8 fHE BENNINGTON BANNER, FBIDAY, APBIL 13, 1894. OUR MINISTER'S WIFE. BOllE THINOS WHICH SUE KNOWB AND T1SLL8. Tbo posltion occupied by tlio minis tor's Wifo onables her to lioar many thlngs of groat Intcrcat, and pooplo aro always cuiious to talk with her. As sho purn to rfilato fants jimt as tlioy aro, it makes her convoreation all tho moro im portant Mrs. Kov. W. B. Worthing of West Borlin, Vt., is a most charminR and eatl mablo lady. Sho has latbly beon bo sicRcd to sucb au extent rcgardinR a cer tain inc'dcnr, tliat sho writcs tho follow ing lottor fnr tho public beneflt: 'Last March I had tho Rrippe which loft my stomacb inKuch a condition tliat it would not digest anythini;, I could not at oven baby 1'ood without" tho grcatest dtstrcss. My nurvos wero in a fearfully weak condition, and I could sleep but little. I was also full of rlicumatiem from head to foot, and ached avrfully nigh't and day. 'I was iu a terrible state and feared I should uever get well. I tried pbysicians ...

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. — 20 April 1894

V0L.1LIV. BENNraGTON, VT., .FUTDAY, APJRIL 20, 1894. NUMBER'1'4 Wo'vo dlscountod pricos throughout ovory grado, They'll moct all reqmromonts, tbey'ro down to freo trado, 'Though Congross continucs to block log N. lslation, , Tb.oy'll soon bo muoli hlghor throughout BfftfeStke wholo nation. ;rirnglga "Theupply of Spring goods is below tho domand, 'Tho mills are clcanod out; they'vono fabrics on hand. Tho placo to flnd tho largest assortmont of FASHIONABLE HATS, In all tho now blocks at tho lowest prlccs is at Cole's. Also, tho largest, flnest, most fashionablo and best fitting lino of Clotying and Gents' Furnishings , Always on hand at GHAS. G. COLE'S ONE-PRICE, SPOT-CASH STORE, OPERA HOUSE BLOCK, BENNINGTON, VT. W1313i301J COAL, WOOD, LUMBER, LATH. LIME, CEMENT, PAINTS, OILS, NAILS, BUJLDING PAPER, U1LDERS' "THE PEOPLE SAY," RUSSELL & MARCH. Are Offering Unprecedented Bargains In all the above lines of goods. A full fsnpply of all grades of SPRUCE, PDJE and OEDAR SHINGLES consta...

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. — 20 April 1894

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FRIDAY, APJRIL 20, 1894. INTHELOOAL FIELD. BENNINQTON CENTBE. Bontlres are plonty and our peoplo. are cieaning up generauy. Wniinm ffrfuir. .Tr.. of TrOV. N. Y. who is now at williams Collejje, visited friends liere last wcelc Rnmnnl Tt Knnfnrrl nf Trov.TT. T.. nfnnninir willi 111 n. fnur rlavR. Bu8illCSS is llvely .just now arqund liis summer frl.j. Tlnnnlnnfnn Wntflr P H TT1 T1 H Tl V atrain Hin inh of extendinE! their main on to tho hill. Wlion tho water- arises tvo will hoist hip;u the flag. NOnTIfDENNINOTON. ifru. M. C. Hullnfr ontertained a larco company of her frionds, ono evening this Fred Ranney haa Tapvod to tlio homo of his fathor, and botn lamines wm oc. cupy the old rcsidenco. Mrs. Andrew Mattison has rentcd tho Iiouro vacated by F. Ranney, tho forraor trick Baptistparsonago, ana nas gone tlioro to Uvc. Whon'Mrs. Edward Bottum, who has purcha8tid tho Donnolly piace, moves, William Green will ocoupy the O'Brion houso, vacated by bor. The Jun'ior So...

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. — 20 April 1894

THE BENNINGTON BANNEE, FKIDAY, APRIL 20, 1894. NEVBR SUBHIT TOSIOKNESS. 'Ignorance too Often Maket Livos Short Knowledge of Paine's CeUry Com. pound Esscntial to Good Health In Many Casys What Mrs. Vlokerysays: Tho riersons who urgo pationoo and submission to ill-hoalth are to be con demned. Itis ignoranco oftonbr than anything clso that makes lifo short. Ignorance of tho valuo of Paine's celory compound is to bo piticd. Read this lettor from Mrs. J". F. Yickery of East Auburn, Me. : "Somo four wccks ngo I was s.ufforing from one of those awful bad headaches Tfhloh havo boon my companion for tho East year, only worso at times. My aok achcd, I did not sloep well, had ;those frightoned nights, whloh only MRS. F. F. VICKERY. only thoso who are nervous can undor stand. Dld not care whethcr I ate any thing or not; rather not. I fclt so tired .all tho timo, and had that all gono fcel ing, with no strength to do rny casiest homo duties. Ono short flight of stairs took all tho brcath and st...

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