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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 21 September 1894

nrnlii n 1 G mSJ'V rv VOL. LIY. BENNINGTON, VT., tfBIDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1894. NEW SERIES NO. 42. DON'T BE LURED BY When you see five dollars' worth of goods jt advertised for $1.00, you may be quite sure that it is a ruse to catch you, and if you go to such a buncoed. We have a derby with pearance of a $2.50 hat, which we sell for $1.00. It isn't worth $2.50, but it sells in most places at $1. 75. Yes, even as hlgh as $2. Better examine it, for you' 11 buy it in stead of a two dollar hat and put the -other dollar in your pocket. CHAS. 6. COLE, OPERA GO TO . Green Houses tor best EOtLDKIGL -&K0OD- V ilLIL STMTIlW (siDn WgO aooofl Dwyai -AT Best Bread Flour, "Crocker,s Best," pcr barrel, - - $3.03 Best Bread and Pastry Flour, "Gol- deu Shcaf," per barrel, 3.C5 Best Pastry Flour, "Prido," por bbl, 3.15 20 pouuds granulated sugar, 1.00 15 pounds of SwcotPotatoes, - 23c Busbel Basket - 15c or 2 for 25c 5 pounds Carolina Rico, - - 25c, 8 pounds Best Laundry Starcli, - 2o Banquot Ilara...

Publication Title: Bennington Semi-Weekly Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 21 September 1894

SEMI-W EEKLY BANNEK, FRIDAT, SEPTEMBER 21, 1894. My Blood Becamo OTcrhoatcd, causlng plmplcs nll ovor mo, deyeloplng lnto largo nnd rcndfulltnnnlnj Mrs. Carollno JL XiiUer Londonderry, Tt Bore, ths Trorjt on my anklo. Icoaldnotstop. Boonatterlbeganto take Hood's SarsaparlUa, tbo sores hoaled, and two bottlos cntlrely oured mo and garo me ronowod strength and bealth Mes. C n. FrLLEit, Londonderry, Vermont flood'sCure Hood'O Pllls cnro Llrer Ill, BUlousnos NEWSPAPER ENGLISH. IVXstPlain, bim Orntors Oflcu Vbo It to AiV Tuntaffo, "Zfo 6tatosman who ls wxjrth hls snltj tuH bo harnpored by tradltlon," sald Lortl fiosobory in a roconb spoocb, And tho say Lng la a good ono in itsolf. Tradltlons ato tisofnl only whon thoy holp. Thoy aro a good doal vorso thaa worthlcss whon thoy iampox. But lionl Itosobcry'B saying ls chlofly romarkablo ns an lllustratlon of tho fact that lio 13 nofc harnpored by tho tradltlons o stlltcd Engllsh oratory. "Worth his salt, " ls a breozy colloqulallsm whioh os ...

Publication Title: Bennington Semi-Weekly Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 21 September 1894

SEMI-TOEKLY BAMER, .FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1894. 3 Tired, Weak, Nervous Could Not Sleep. Prof. L. D. Edwards, of Prcston, Idaho, says: "I was all run down, weak, ncrvous and irritablo throuRh overwork. I sullcrcd from brain fa tiguc, mcntal dcprcssion, ctc. I be camo so weak and nervous that I could not slecp, I would ariso tircd, discouragcd andblue. I began taklng Dr. Miles' Nervine and now everytuing is changcd. I slecp soundly, I feel bright, active and ambltious. I can do moro in one day now ilian I uscd todo in a wcek. 1'or tliis great good I pivo Dr. Miles' Eestorativc Nervine tho sole credit. lt Cures." Dr. MIIcs' Norvlno la sold on a posltlvo ptiaranteo tlmt tho lirst bottlo wlll uonoflt. AIldrusslstssollltat$l,(SboUlcs for 65, or lt wlll ho sent. prepuld, on rocelpt of prlco uythoDr. Miles Mcuical Co., ElkUart, Iud. THE LOST KOCKER. A TALE WHICH ANNUALLY INTERESTS ALASKAN MINERS. Tlio Ilunt For a Fabulously Klch rinccr Diggings, Lost Tlirougli an Indlan At taclt A Story Tha...

Publication Title: Bennington Semi-Weekly Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 21 September 1894

SEMI-WEEKLY BAJSSr, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1894. BENNINGTON BANNER. BENNINGTON. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1804. Slnslo voplos ol tlio Uaiincr, In Wruppors for Itlallliic If Dentrod TWO Cenm. tfB-Watch the date opposlto your name on this papcr. It shows that your subscriptlon is crcdited on our books to that date. If the date is not changed ioith inafeio days from the time aremillanceis made, notify thepublishers. D. G. Bukt will receivo subscriptions for the New York Pross and World. Tuiclast diiyto pay taxos and obtain tbo 4 por cont. dlscount, is Soptombor 20th. Mke. E. L. Nicrols is in Now York this weok for now goods. Call and seo tbom. EjMb. and Mns. J. E. Stubtevant of St. Albans, are visiting at D. B. Ilaynes for a fow days. Miss Blancbe Morgan of Pouch keepslo is ' visiting her cousin, Miss H. J. Morgan. Observe tho Mill Storo advortisemont this weok. Thoro is some vory markod changes in tho prices. Twenty-one tickots to the North Adams fair wcro sold at thostation hore, "Wednesd...

Publication Title: Bennington Semi-Weekly Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 21 September 1894

SEMI-WEEKLY BANNEJR, ERTJJAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1894. Ayros vs. Mattlson. NoitTII 13ti- N'NOTOS, VT.,Sopt. 18th,'04. Mr. Jiis. Bradford, Albany, N. Y., Caro of Polily & Co., P. O. Box 325. DearSiii: i'our favnr of yestorday ad dresscd to If. D. Mattisou has boca vo forred to mo to nnswer. To bcgin wlt'ti, I would stato that tho penoral tono of youv lettcr is bomowbat of si surpriso to mo, as ir. is n direcc ovasion of tlio pub lislietl cliallenKo. As I liold a sauction for a r.ico lnuot to bo held lioro Octobor Oth, I do not thlnk Mr. Ayres would con sider himself "out" by compotiug wiih Mr. MattiHon, as we crpoct to liavo two othor ovcnU tliat ho could enter and oasily win shordd ho suffcr dofoat 'a tho otlicrs. Yo proposo giviny a 830 prizo for each of the Bennington county cham pionships; and.should eithorof tho con tcstant8 win all thrco, an addllional prizo will bo givon. ,-What Mr. Mattison has dono is on'y .o uoncodo to tho Roiieral wish throuKhout this scotion to provo wboth...

Publication Title: Bennington Semi-Weekly Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 21 September 1894

6 SEMI-WEEKLY BAJSfNEK, EKIDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1894. MANY "IHANKSGIVINGS. Thoro Should bo 365 a Yoar, an Author Thinks. Evcrj day should be Thanksglvlnjr for hlm whoso sleop ls sound nnd roculnr. saya a popular author, who has been a martyr to Insomnia. Sho gives a humerous account of her frultlesa eflorts to aleep. True, ono may resort to oplates, but thls is a tcrriblo remeay at loast as bad as tbe dlscaso. whlch ls responsible for moro restless nights tban all otlicr causes puttosether. '"5It montha mo " savs Mr. Frpd ClrnrM of Mlamville, Ohlo, "iwaa a uiUory to mysclf and ereryone about me. Ihad a choklnR sensntlon intny throit and could not eat anythlnfc without great dlstrcss ln my ttomach. I could slecp only a little whllo at a tlmo and was bo glad wben morningcame. I reod about Paskola, dcscrlbcd asafoodtnsteadofamcdlclne,and I begantak- ingit. "Wben I had taken three bottles I could do my washlne and rake the yard. My appetite Is good and I sleep well and am so restcd af tcr...

Publication Title: Bennington Semi-Weekly Banner
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 21 September 1894

SEMFWEEKLr BANNEK, EKTJJAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1894. 7 THE LAST EOEM. INSTALIMENT M.' 4- . ?tsxs A&SX&S!X&&&Sd!! 3k&S0S30!&SOSsS A meal of tlie 1.3-1 i3 bv luii ii! ?The DOLIBER-QOODALE ABSENTMINDED. Bobcrt Colfnx, nn oxtrcmoly obscnt mlndecl young mnn, clorkcd lt ln a hard woro liouso on Broadwny. Howa9 almud Bomo fcllow. HIh vragcs cnnblod hlm to livo ln n good bonrdlng houso. Llko ruost young mon of his ngo, Bobcrt was rondly in love wlth a protty glrl, tho only child of nn old farmcr. Lovo botwecn tho two wns woll ndvnncod. Thoy cx chnngcd a rcgular corrcspondcnco and'of ton mado nn opportunlty to spcak to oaoh othcr, ln splto of tho old gontlcman, who would ncvcr conKcnt to tho match, lils only dcsiro bclng thnt of soolng hla Char lotte marrlcd to n rloh mnn. And so lt hnppcncd that Robort, whllo attcndlng to tho corrospondonco of tho flim, found nlso tlnio to romcmbor hls benutlful Bwcothoart. And botwoon ono buslncss lctter and nnothcr ho oftou wroto on...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 21 September 1894

SEMI-WEEKLY BANNBR, IBIDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1894. HER PRIVATE LIFE. How Little We Know of Each Oth er's Aifairs. Troubles and Trlals Whlcli Wc necp 10 uuraeitcs. Some Good Reasons why itis Wise to Tell Our Experiences. A story of groat sufToring comos from Middlesex, Vt. Mrs. B. A.. Stockwoll, a woll known lady residing tlioro, has cn durod tho most intonso agony from hcad acbes. Sho eoutinued to suffor fright fully without obtaluinR rolief. Finally a friend who had recovorod from a similar complaint told lier just what to do to bo curcd. Sho is now well aud wanta ovcry suf fcringwoman to know about it. Ilore is bor romarkablo lotter: "About a year and a half ago," sbo says, "I had a timo of vory scvcro hoad aches, which whilo they. lastcd wero so bad that I could not sit up. They lasted from ono to two days, genorally two, and after I got over thom I was complotely prostratctl. I tried many remcdies but could not flnd anythiug to reliovo mo. I bucamo fearfully discouraged and dowti h...

Publication Title: Bennington Semi-Weekly Banner
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 25 September 1894

VOL. LIV. BENNINGTON, VT., TDESDAY, SEPTEMBEK, 25, 1894. NEW SERIES NO. 43. DON'T BE LURED BY When you see f ive dollars 1 worth of goods advertised for $1.00, you may be qnite sure that it is a ruse to catch. you, and if you go to such. a place you will be buncoed. We have a derby with. the style and ap pearance of a $2.50 hat, which. we sell for $1.00. It isn't worth $2.50, but it sells in most places at fl.75. Yes, even as high as $2. Better examiue it, for you '11 buy it in stead of a two dollar hat and put the other dollar m your GHAS. 6, COLE, OPERA RUSSELL & MAEffl Continue bneiness at their stand on Ccurity ctrcct, at the ioot of Scliool Strcet. Although the times are saitl to be hard, they are as well prepared now as ever to contract for hnild ing new houses, repairing or improving old ones, as ever. Their facilities for doing first-class work are not ex celled by any firin in town, and the help employed by them is first-class. As the time is now approaching when Coal a...

Publication Title: Bennington Semi-Weekly Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 25 September 1894

SEMI-WEEKLY BANJSTEH, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1894. BENNINGTON BANNER. BENNINGTON. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1804. riltisle Uople ol tlifl HBiiuer, In Wrnppers lor JUalllus if DcMrcd TWO Voiiik. tffi-Watch the date cpposito your name on this paper. Jt shows that your sitlscription is crcdited on our books to Utatdate. Ithe date is not changed xolth inafew days from the time aremittanceis made, notlfy thepubllshers. iiii Notlco to Churches and Soclotlos. Horoafter patrons of tho Bamnek job ofllco will recoivo notices in tho locals, propor, frce as liorotoforo. AU othcrs will bo chargod ton ccnts a lino in tlio businoss uoticcs. This rulo applies to Obituary Resolutions of Societies or Lodges, and to all ontortainmeuts of whatover namo or naturo whoro thero is a f oo asked f or admittance, and tho ob joct is to raako monoy, whothcr advor tised in tho namo of an organization, committeo or individual. 3TOUR funerals in tho villatro Sunday. Miss Jennie Drysdale starts from Scotland ou hor ro...

Publication Title: Bennington Semi-Weekly Banner
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 25 September 1894

SEMI-WEEKLY BANtfER, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBEE 25, 1894. "What 13 tho Matter Wlth Benning ton?" SnAissnunan, Vt., Sopt. 20th, 1804. Editor lianner: "What is tho matter with Bennington?" Mattor enouRh in doedl Slio is waking frora hor Ietbar gy and showinR that sho has a heart and a conscience and a tjpirit. And hor offl cials aro waldnp to tbeir duty with v:m and foarlessncss, and I ara glad to soo in your last issuo that thoy aro not forget InR to cnforco othor oriminal laws along with tho liquor prosocutious. And it is a good sign and quito amusing to noto how quickly tho ory for high licenso is raiscd. boltttercd up (or attompted to bo), by tho argumonts that woro worn out and obliterated ycars ago. Wo aro told thatliquor will bo mado as long aB corn grows, and will bo drank as long as it is mado, and couscqucutly wo shonld ropeal tho probibition law and onaot li conso. Thoy fail to montion that horses havo bcon stolcn from timo iramomorial and will bs for ages to como, law or no law, a...

Publication Title: Bennington Semi-Weekly Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 25 September 1894

SEMI-WEEKLY BANNEK, TuESDAt, SMMBffi 25, 1894. SETTLED A STEIKE. In Durcarvlllo tho Knighta of Laboi graw to an nlarmlng oxtcnt. Thoy would mcet ln tho town hall overy Saturday night, nncl lfc was statod at one tlmo that cvcry man nnd woman cmploycd ln tha mllls nt Durcarvlllo had boon Inltlatod and was n full flcdged mcmber. Kvorvthlnf?, howovor, moved nlono, peucotttuy unui ouu aay tho woavo lianda in tho Eldora cotton mlll road a nottce Tvwttvl on th wnll to t.hn nffoot r.hnt. bo ginning on tho flrst of tho naxt month, tho oompany vrould be oonipcllod to rodncfl tho prlco of wcavtng from 28 to 85 oents per"bolt." Tho ncxt mornlng thero nppooredon the eidewolks and on tho wnlla of many housoj Bomo mystcrious chalk marks. Tho samo nislrfc, abont 8 o'clock, a grcat etream of pcoplo could bo soon golng to wnrd tho clty hall, and thon tho unlnltiat cd bcgan to spcak of tho chalk marta and nod tholr hoads knowlngly. Tho Knights kept tholr own oounsol, and lfc v;ua absolutoly imposslblo...

Publication Title: Bennington Semi-Weekly Banner
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 28 September 1894

L. LIV. BENNINGTON, VT., EKIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2S, 1894. NEW SERIES NO. 44. . 4. rCUSTO$E SU1TS Don't get the idea that you are hard to f it No mat.t.fir what. vniir fnrra. i f vnn fret. vonr ygsuits made they should Twenty-five custom is not a bad record. making so many ? It fect fits, give good 6 small price. Look over our sanrples convinced that Stune for custom suits fchfc right parties. CHAS. G. GOLE, OPERA GOTO RIOHAKDSON '8 $ Green Houses tor best I A UME 1IT 8F iWORO QJ)p BYm - m IT-GLA8S -AT Ladies' Kid Sutton Shoes, 82.50 Lisses' iiitt Uutton Shoes. 1.50 en's Dongola Congress We iiaye a large stock of ;oods, wiiicli we sliall offcr at low prices. Reinenibcr, we wliolesale is well as rctall Uicse goods. Tlie best place to bnj is at Iicad-aarters. TTT Tl CM j Plant early for uJi A I LILLIDH HARRISSII, NARCISSUS, HTACINTHT a AND FREEZIAS now ready. L W. HOLTON & SON'S, 323 f W YOU WILL REALIZE WJiLL WJ10 LIVE OLEANLT,'' IF TOU USE n. n T'li nm-'i .ii i .1 t. irod by mstallmon...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 28 September 1894

SEMI-WEEKLY BAKNEK, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1894. JHH That Tired Feeliog So common at thla scason, is a scrious condition, Hable to lead to dlsastrous results. It ls a surs ilgn of decllning health tone, and that the blood Is im jiuibiuuiu niiu luijiiuc. Xkie ucii uuu most successful remedy is found ia iSarsaparilla , Whicb. makes rlch, healthy blood, and ! thua gives strength to the nerves, clas i ticity to the muiclss, Tigor to the braln and health to tho whols body. 1q truth, Hood's Sawaparilla Makes the Weak Strong 1 Besureto get Hood's and only Hood'' Hood'9 P1R8 aro purely vejetable, per. CecUyb&rmless, always renable and bensfleiaU SEVERAL THINCS WORTH WHILE Womon Invcstlng in Lifo Insuranco. Tho Now Tork Sun calls attention to tho inoroaso of lifo insuranco among women, and says that thero aro probably 25 womon who carry lifo insuranco now to overy ono who carricd it 10 or 15 years ngo. Thoy are taking out insuranco for invostment, just as men do. It is said that Mrs. Hear...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 28 September 1894

SEMI-WEEKLY BANKER, FR1DAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1894. HEART DISEASE! Fluttering, No Appctite, Could Not Sleep, Wind on Stomnch. "For a long time I had a tcrriblo pain afe my lieart, which fluttcrcd al most inccssantly. I liad no appetito and could nob slccp. I would be com pellcd to sit up in oed and bclch gas irom my stomach until I thought that evcry minuto would bo my last Thero was a feellinff of oppresslon aboub my lieart. and 1 was afraid to draw a full breath. I could not sweep a room without rcsting. My hus band induced me to try Dr. Miles' Heart Cure am liaronv to sav it has cured meJ. I now havc a splendid appetito and sleop welL Its ellect was truly murvmuus." MRS. HARRT' BTAKR, Pottsville, Pa, Dr. Mllcs noart Chro is 6old on a posltlvo cuarantco that tho livst bottlo wlll bcnoQt. Alldrugglstsselllta$l, G bottlos for $5, or ltwlll boscnt, prcpatd;.on rocclpt of prico by thoDr. MUes Uwllcalo,, EJkhart, Ind, A BOLli BUKGIB411. Whcn I wnG cngaccd ln my professlon dawn Bouth somo y...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 28 September 1894

SBMI-WEEKLY BAJSfK, FRIAAX SEPTEMBER 28, 1894. BENNINGTON BANNER. BENNINGTON. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1804. Mndo ooploa ot tlie liiiimor, In Wraiicr for Hlalilns If Dcslrcd TTVO Oent. fiJF-Watch tlie date opposito your j II ' ...... T nl,.HH M tai subscriptton is crcditcd on our books to thatdate. Jfthe datc is not changed xoitli- in (l Jttv uuyA J i un it. tnlec u I tlltltlUHCt 16 made, natify the publhhers. in i Noticc to Churchcs and Sociotics. Hcreaftor patrons of tho Bamneis job oflico will roceivo noHces in tho locals, proper, free as bcretoforo. All others willbo chargcd ten ccnts a llno in tlio Tjusiucss notlces. This rulo applics to Obituary llesolutions of Sociotics or XiOilees. and .to all cntcrtainments of whatovor narao or naturo whero tbcro is a feo askcd for admittanco, and tho ob ject is to mako monoy, wbothcr advor- nsccl 111 tno namo 01 an urgauiziiuuu, committco or iudividual. Miss Morqan's oponing of millinory goods is Saturday, tuo 2Utu. IlAitTisto bavo a "shoo sa...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 28 September 1894

SEMI-WEEKLY BANKER, ERIDA&: SEPTEMBEK 28, 1894. HEAVY WE1GHT Balbiion Bibbed Shirts and Drawers Are Great Sellers, -AT- CLOTHIERS AND FURNISHERS, BENNINGTON, VT. 1 Young Blitd and tho Bost of It. Tho roster ol Mj-. Jaracs O'Neill's com pany this Rcason cohiiReR-nn.unusually largo number of rjrominent namoa. Mr. U'Neill's leading lady is Miss Mario But ross, an actrcss, who, in spito of hor youap; years, sho is only 24 years old, has alrejuly sprutig into National prommenco tkrough her avtistic work in tho now do fuuct Hoston MiisGUtn Stock Company, and ak Dora in Roso Coghlan's produc tion of "Uiplomacy" last season. An othor mcmbcr from tho old Boston or panizatiou is Mr. Franklin Hallett, who at that timo playcd leading juvenilo parts but sinco his performanccs with Mr. O'Ncill last soason of Danglers and Caius Claudius, has abvanced so far as to play Nortier and Appius Claudius, tho part noxt in importanco to tho star. llobort Haiues and C. W. Vanco woro with Thomas W. Keeno,...

Publication Title: Bennington Semi-Weekly Banner
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 28 September 1894

6 SEMI-WEEKL5T BAJOTER, ERlDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1894. THE MODERN WOMAK Ho dropped in at hor studlo lnto ln the aftornoon, nlthough ho was qulto nworo jthat sho preforred to rccolvo him in tho pvonlng ln tho flat which Eho ehared wlth hor slstcr nrtlst. Sho was nlono ond tlrcd. Hor sltter pho was a portralt paintor had just gone, und sho wns in tho nob of inaking a oup of tca for hcr own uso. Tho toa tablo wos an invitlng ono. Tho jllttio kettlo purrod cozlly. Sho hondled tho tca ball gracefully wlth protty ond ox- iresslvo hands. Ho Bat on tho odgo of his air and starod at hor mlecrably ovcr ths ip of his toacup. When ho broko hU mc i60 ellcnoc, lt wos to remark, wlth ruda dacticlsm: limi . i j m i . .... 1 ..... 1 i phnflng dlsh ln good Boolety eecms to me a Iprraooful rocognltlon by womon of tho fcharm thnt housewifolycaros still havofor (thom. Tho kitcben ls bo nttractlve that fvon tho drawing room cannot dlepenso rith lts grnces. A woman who ls bkrrcd put of hcr kltchen by o Frcnc...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 28 September 1894

SEMI-WEEKLY BANNER, EEIDAY, SEPTEMJBEH 28, 1894. AMARANTH& J. JUNGMANN. OP. 196. mf accd. AUcgro "noderato .-O-H-. stiing. 1? Copyright, The New York Musical Echo Ca, 1&94. p g-g-i ciiLJ djiJ ti a ui ritard, accd. a tempo 4v4- -4-4 4-4 -4-4 t - tn 1 i - . , m r. 'v- Z-,- pt"-! rmfmBt-f J 'v ttl '3vv jTL' jff: Jat. je. ten. JS-yj. g ff P p- jr, . A u - r-- r - -jt' -jr Jl 0 n n l . . - , rForCMIdren? is worthy every parent's study; not only what they can eat, but what givesthe mostnourishment. No childrcn are better, and most are worse, lard-cook If, how. their prepare health vegctable1 co TTOLE for cating ed food. ffl ever, food is withthe ful new shortening, NE instead of lard, they can eat free lyof thebest foodwithoutdanger to the dieestive orrans. You can easily verify this by a fair trial of Cottolene. ' The NJLFalrbank CHICASO, 24 8taUSL, Eoiton, L Portland, Bold In tnd 8 Ib. pU D5 ui grecers. BBG FOUR ROUTE CLEVELAND, CINCINNATI, CniOAGO AND ST. I.OCIS IlAlt.WAY, -TO-...

Publication Title: Bennington Semi-Weekly Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 28 September 1894

8 SEMI-WEEKLY BANNEE, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1894. E 1MS10E FACTS Such Matters Always Leak Out. Thls Timc It Garried the Great Hany Eainiiios all Ovor ilie Laud are Deeply Interested in the Malter. Thero aro many thiriRs in tho liycs of persons and familics which when thoy aro known beoomo matters of publio in torest. Pcoplo always want to know thoso things which pcrsonally concorn tbem, which add to thoir wolfaro, tboir looks or thcir comfort. Ilcro is a pieco of nows which comlng from such high autbority makos it of nioro tlian ordinary intereat. Mrs. Charlcs II. Iloaton, rcsidingat 143 Stato Streot, Montpelier, Vt., is a most lovoly aud accomplisbcd lady. Tho fair ily bas tho very highcst social standing, Her husband has hcld many officcs of trust in tbo city and in politics, and among tho Masouio fratornity stands at tho head. Ilcr husband's father is prcs ident of tho Montpelier SaviDfis Bank and Trust Co., tho largcst bank in tho city. ITer father is a prominont railroad man. S...

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