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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington evening banner. — 26 February 1904

THE EVENING BAI bvvs Be Prohibited from Marrying a Second pr Third Time .untij the Old Maids Have fead a Charjce BENNINGTON VOL. II, NO. 48 BENNINGTON, VT., FRIDAY FEBRUARY 26, 1904 ONE OENT ... ( P1. A . 1 111 . . .. " - ine -ucnison UJobe buggests that AI1 Wid BENNINGTON SECUR1TY COMP'Y Accepts funds in trust, allow ing4percont on same. Acts 8 ogont,in purchaso and sale futocks, bonds, roal estato, otc. Managos estates, acting as executor, administrator, suardlan, etc. CAPITAL S2S.OOO SURPLUS S 5,000 DIRECTORS: R.C.GRAVES, C.M.GRAYES Pre-ldent Vlcc-Prea. 0. H. BARBER W. II. HAGEN R. C. TURNER N. Y, Rep., W. H, Hagen, 59 Wnll St FIRST NAT'L BANK OF NO BENNINGTON CAPITAL $lfi0,00O fTuilPLUS mul PROFLTS $75,000 KESOUKOES S500.000 Most ceutrally locatucl for country business and is always ready to receive new accounts. It ia one of the oldest and strongest Banks in Vermont and transacts a gcneral bank ing business. J. G. McGULLOUGH, President. S. B. HALL, gham RVIC DBB Carriago ready ...

Publication Title: Bennington Evening Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington evening banner. — 26 February 1904

FEBRITARY 20 , STAIVSPS PRINGHAT IN ALL THE EARLY BLOCKS . ARE HERE Bfl BURT Ritchie Block Bennington DAN PATCIi Ohampion harness horse of tlio world ... EATS ... INTERNATIONAL STOCK FOOD .. every day. For sale by W. D. NEWTON i MANCHESTER CENTRE COR. MAIN &ISILVER STS. FLOUB BUTTEK SUGAR EGGS Wekeep.them. Also full Jine of Fancy Groceries I E, GBSON ARE THE STANDARD OF LIFE Mrs E. H. Iloldon of Bennington is tho guest of J. H. Thayer and wlfe. Miss Mary B. Marsh is spending some time with ralatives in Westfield, Mass. Ormsbeo Chapter DAR celobrated Washington' blrthdny at the homo of Mrs Albert Botsford. A car load of bran, middlings and mixed feed arrivcd thts week at the grist niill. Prices luudoratc. Tho social reeently given by tho Ep worth Leaguo was a success, netttng tbo soeiety about flve dollars. Ray W. Utley and Miss Luella K. Carloton wero united in marriago on Wednosday, Feb 2i by Rov .lohn Bar stow. Thoy left on the noon train for St Louis where Mr Utley has a posl...

Publication Title: Bennington Evening Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington evening banner. — 26 February 1904

V r 7As Sforti s equipped with ihe Spotess Steam Spongmg Outfft Bj IMore Spring Ncwncss f TPWARDS of fifty large cascs and I alid balcs arrived within the past fewdays. The Spring and Sum mer Dress Stuffs fairly run riot over shelvinp- and counters to the exclusion of all past season's tabrics. Neverbefore have we bought so lavish ly some might even think recklessly of Dress Goods, Silks and Wash Fab rics. Hundreds upon hundr'eds of pieces of newest gown stuffs awaits you at the Dress Goods Counters. All the newest weaves are represented. Voilles, Sicilians, Crepe de Chines, Mohairs Scotch Tweeds,, Alba- tross, Broad Cloths, Poplins, Canvas Cloths, Mistrals, Scotch Ginghams, Eta- mines, Shaikskins, Aeolians, Mercer ized Fancies, Nuns Veilings, Crepe de Paris, Seersuckers, etc, etc. Choice showing of new patterns in Fancy Silks for the popular shirt Wcist suits all in pattern lengths and only one of asort, Our$i Black Peau de Soie is the limit of good value. Savc Yourself & Your ...

Publication Title: Bennington Evening Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington evening banner. — 26 February 1904

SHIRT5 From 50c to $1.50 A. Choico Lire of Sprlng Sliiits foi Men and Boys from Dc to 1.50 Ssring Hats, a!l styles, from 50c tojUHI Sjring Neckwear 25c and 50c Ken's Suits at 5.00, worth 12,00 and 15.00 Boys' Suits at 1.00, worth 3.50 and 5 00 Boys' fleefers at 1.50, worth 3.50 and 4.00 Young Ms Suits at 5.00, Worth 10.00 12.00 Me'ns Overcoats at 5.00, worth 12.00 and 15.00 MULLIG ThoLendlnP' Clothiers, Hattors Furnishors and Cuatom Tailnrs, 409 Maln St., Bennington, Vt. Gall And Give Your Orders For Nurscry StocK,, Gnrdon ana Funn Seeds, Omumeatal Shrubery, cUs. Spring doUvery. C. Ainsworth, 3 nW Main St., Bennington, Vt SEED OATS We grew tho pnst season 800 bushols of Pride of Vermont Oats on ten acros, weight 38 lbs. per bushol ; havo somo seed loft for salo yet. J. H. P0TTER - Benninelon, VI BUSIMESS EXGHANGE T?OIt NAI.12. Incubalor. all cumplete and In X kuoii nruer nna wmi tue niinp uuu H'Mcrs Apply to W. I" Thntcher. 44d U "TITANTHn a lmlv. nnslilnn a. nuro nr VV care of an I...

Publication Title: Bennington Evening Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington evening banner. — 27 February 1904

THE BENNINGTON EVENING BANNER VOL. II, NO. 49 BENNINGTON, VT., SATTJRDAY FEBRUARY 27, 1904 ONE OENT We Hear Lots of Sentirhental Young Folks Talk abput Loving and Hating but Most People We Knovv Are Too Busy to Love ahd Too Lazy to Hate BENNINGTON SECURITY COMP'Y Accepts funds in trust, aflow lng4percent on same. Acts as agent ln purchaso and sale fstooks, bonds, real estate, etc. Manages estates, acting as executor, administrator, guardian, otc. CAPITAL S25.000 GURPLUS S 5,000 DIRECTORS: B.C.GRAVES, CJI.GRAYES Prtlldent Vlcc-Prw. 0. M. BARBER W. II. IIAQEN R. C. TURNER N. Y, Rep., W. H. Hagen, 59 Wnll St FIRST NAT'L BANK OF NO BENNINGTON CAPITAL $150,000 SStttPLTJS and PKOFITS $75,000 KESOUKCES S500.000 Most centrally located for country business and is always ready to receive new accounts. It ia one of the oldesfc and strongest Banks in Vermont and transacts a generai bank ing business. J. G. McCULLOUGH, President. S. B. HALL, Cashier UOHAM Carringe ready overy tuinuto to tnko ynu...

Publication Title: Bennington Evening Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington evening banner. — 27 February 1904

WE CIVE S PRING HAT IN ALL THE EARLY. BLOCKS Jk lE nHlHB r BURT Ritchie Block DAN PATC Ohampion lmrness horse of the world g ... EATS ... . INTERNATIONAL .. STOCK FOOD .. every day. For pale by W. D. NEWTON rrnn iatain un vfd ctc ARE THE STANOARD 1 NECESSI TIES OF LIFE FLOUE BUTTER SUG-AE . EGGS Wekeep.them. Also full line of Fancy Groceries I. E. GXBSON NOTICE ! To the Lndlcs ot IiennlnRton and vleinity. Ityouwant asult.cipe, or nlterations ilone and cleanlng and prcssinK c( allklndtatroa"on able prices you wlll always lind a nlce line of (opds and samples at W. LEVIN'S, Udtes' Fino Tallor. 130 North 8t., Bennington. Vt. E. A. BOOTIi Fire and PlateQlass Insurance Ten Companies, All Of Them Good Tlm old roliable Vermont Mut UJil, tho best Houifi inaurance Rates Low aod Protectioa Absolate E. A. BOOTIi NOTICE 1 Tbe unnual moetinR of the Younu Jlen's Atr ioclitlou for tbe eleotlon of ooiccrs vvlllbe lield in the Llbrarv Itonrtay, Maroh 21, 1901. I'olls otwa at t ovloclt and clase at 6...

Publication Title: Bennington Evening Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington evening banner. — 27 February 1904

FEBRUARY 2 7 , J0O4. iMore Spring Newness B : VERY SPECIAL VAL- 1 AT JZ? UES1N MlLLENDSOFl I Table LinensB DRYS S TPWARDS of and bales arrived within tlie.past fewdays. The Spring and Sum- mer Dress Stuffs fairly run riot over shelving and counters to the; exclusion of all "past scason's tabrics. Nerer before havc we bought so lavish ly some might even think recklessly of Dress Goods, Silks and Wash Fab rics. Hundreds upon hundreds of pieces of newest gown stuffs awaits you at the Dress Goods Counters. All the newest wcaves are represented. Voilles, Sicilians, Crepe de Chines, Mohairs p,;ia;d Scotch Tweeds, Alba- tross, Broad Cloths, Poplins, Canvas Cloths, Mistrals, Scotch Ginghams, Eta- mines, Shai kskins, Aeolianst Mercer ized Fancies, Nuns Veilings, Crepe de Parls, Seersuckers, etc, etc. Choice shovving of new patterns in Fancy Silks for the popular shirt Wcist suits all in pattern lengths. and only one of asort. Our$i Black Peau de Soie is the limit of good value. Savc Yoursclf...

Publication Title: Bennington Evening Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington evening banner. — 27 February 1904

&PRIN3 Fromn 50c to $1. A ChoicB Lioe of Sptlng Sliirls foi Men and Boys from 50c to 1.50 Spring Hats, all styles, from 50c toJJOn Spring Neckwaar 25c and 50c Men's Suits at 5.00, woiih 12.00 and 15.00 Boys Suits at 1.00, wotth 3.50 and 5 00 Boys' Heefers at 150, worth 3.50 and 4.00 Young Men's Suits at 5.00, Worth 10.00 12.00 Me'ns Overcoats at 5.00, woith 12.00 and 15.00 MULUGAN & ROCHE ThoLcadinp Clothicre, Hattors Furnlshors and Cwstom Tailnra, 409 Maln St., Bonnlngton, Vt. Gall And Give Your Orders For Nursery Siock, Gardon ftnu Furnj Seeds, OrnuTientai Shrubory, oto. Spring dollvery. C. Ainsworth, 3 nW Wlain St Bennington, Vt SEED OATS We grew tho past soason 800 bushels of T rido of Vermont Oats on ten ucres, wolght38 lbs. per bushel ; havo somo seed left for salo yct. J.H.P0TTER - Bennington, Vt BUSINESS EXCHANGE OH tsAl.l'.. lncubntor, iill cumplete nnd in good oniernnd lin llic lampaiiU testers Apply to W. F. Thatclicr 44d O w 'V .... ... ..r .... Ini-oltil Mnin bl...

Publication Title: Bennington Evening Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington evening banner. — 29 February 1904

T THE BE TON EVENING BANNE VOL. II, NO. 50 BENNINGTON, V, MONDAY FEBRUARY 29, 1904 ONE OENT A Brattleboro Phoenix advertisement says "Spring Is Here." Either Brattleboro Has an Unmitigated Ljaror Is Nearer Hades than the Rest! of the Stafce NNING BENNINGTON SECUR1TY COMP'Y Accepts funds in trust,allow IngAporcent on same. Acts as agent in purchaso and sale ofstocks, bonds, real estate, etc. Managos ostatos, acting as executor, admlnistrator, guardlan, etc. CAPITAL S25.000 SURPLUS $ 5,000 DIRECTORS: R. C GRAVES, CJI.GRAYES President Vlce-Prw. 0. M. BARBER V. II. HAGEN R. C. TURNER N. Y, Rep., W. H. Hagenj 59 Wftll St FIRST NAT'L BANK OF NO BENNINGTON CAPITAL $150,000 tJItLLUS nml PKOFITS $75,000 KESOUKCES S500-000 Most centrally located for country business nncl is ahvays ready to recoive new accounts. It is one of tbe oldest and strongest Banks in Vermont and transacts a general bank ing business. J, G, McCULLOUGH, President. S. B. HALL, Cashier SERVIC BBD Carringe rendy evory mlnut...

Publication Title: Bennington Evening Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington evening banner. — 29 February 1904

FEBRUARY 129, 10O4 THE TICKET5 GREEN I FORTUESDAY S, "HL The Nominations That Have Been THE EVENING BANNER Entorcd at the posofflco, Bepnington, Vt., Doc. 11, 1003) as Second class i mall matter, E'ubllshed every day excopt SundayB and olidays. TERMS: , Ono Year..!... 7. $3.0O, Ono Month 2Cc SlngleCopy lc Invarlably in advance. FRANK E. 1I0WE, Editor and Publislier Mileage Filedfor the Annual Election. Following are tljo tlckots, ln the PRI IN ALL THE EARLY BLOCKS RE BURT Ritchie Block Champion hnrness horse of tlie world 5 , EATS ... ! INTERNATIONAL .. STOCK FOOD .. evory day. For sale bv W. D. NEWTON C0R.JHAIN &ISILYER STS. ARE THE STANDARD OF LIFE FLOUE BUTTEft SUGAK EGGS Wclceep.theni. Also fnll line of Fancy Groceries I E. "(HBSON NOTICE ! To tlio Ladies of Bennington and vlcmlty. Hyouwant a sult, capc, or alteratlwii rione . and cloanlng nnd prcjslng cl all kindaat reason- auie pncoayou wniiuwujs jiuua Htn,,uiGui rochIs and samples at W. LEVIN'S, I.adle.i Fiue Tallor. 130 ...

Publication Title: Bennington Evening Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington evening banner. — 29 February 1904

FPffUAFrY 20. 1004. w Tfiis Store is equipped with ihe , . VERY SPECIAL VAL- jg? ' AX UESIN M1LLENDS0F Taile Linens DIF&l frW A 1 21-2 AND 3 YARD UYI1&I r' LENGTHS MOSTLY I 1 JlllLL J ACTUALLY 20 PER CENT UNDERPR1CE f TPWARDS of 1 and bales arrived within the past few days. The Spring and Sum mer Dress Stuffs fairly run riot over j'shelving and counters ifo the exclusion j of all past season's tabrics. Never before have we bought so lavish ly some mighteven think recklessly of Dress Goods, Silks and Wash Fab rics. Hundreds upon hundreds of pieces of nevvest gown stuffs avaits you at the Dress Goods Counters. All the nevvest weaves are represented. Voilles, Sicilians, Crepe de Chines, Mohairs p,t;nd Scotch Tweeds, Alba- tross, Broad Cloths, Poplins, Canvas Cloths, Mistrals, Scotch Ginghams, Eta- mines, Shai kskins, Aeolians, Mercer ized Fancies, Nuns Verlings, Crepe de Paris, Seersuckers, eTc, etc. Choice showing of new patterns in Fancy Silks for - the popular shirt Wcist su...

Publication Title: Bennington Evening Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington evening banner. — 29 February 1904

5PRING From 50c to $1.50 . Ciioice Line of Spring Shirts fori Men anp Boys from oocto i.bu Spring Hats, all styles, trom 50c to 3.on SpnngNeckweaf 25c and 50c Men's Suits at 5.00, vorth 12,00 and 15.00 Boys Suits at 1.00, vofth 3.50 and 5.00 Boys' rteefers at 1.50, worth 3.50 v and 4.00 Young Men's Suits at 5.00, Worth 10.00 12.00 s'ns Overcoats at 5.00, worth 12.00 and 15.00 MULLIGA TheLeadlrif Cfothters, 'HatterB Furnishors qnd Custom Tailnrs, 409 Maln Call And Give Your Qsders For Nursery Stocic, Garden ana Funn Seeds, Ornumental Shrubery, etc. Spring dellvery. C. Ainsworth, 3 ii W Main St.., Bennington, Vt SEED'OATS We grew the pant 6oason 800 bUhlul of Pride of Vermont Oats on tua acres, weight 38 lbs. per bufcuel ; have somrt seod loft for sale yet. J. H. P0TTER - Bennineta, Vt BUSINESS EXCHMGE "IVAJiTKlt. A youtiif inan for the illnlnc Tl room and work obout house, Jliwt be of g iod bubits and pleatmnt ndriitss. to I'utnain llouso, 3JUM !W.-i'trny orie and alelfih on tnj- rrr...

Publication Title: Bennington Evening Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington evening banner. — 1 March 1904

THE BENNINGTON EVENING BANNER t ONE CE&T, TOL. II, NO. 51 BENNINGTON, VT., TESDAY, MARCH I, 1904 January and February Broke All Records for Vicious Weather and Now March Undertakes to Make January and February L6ok Like a Sunday School Picnic BENNINGTON SECURITY COMFY Accepts funds ln trust, allow lng4percent on same. Acts as agent in purcho.se and sale ofstocks, bonds, real estate, etc, Manages estatos, acting as executor, adminlstrator, guardian, etc. . CAPITAL S25.000 SURPLUS $ S.OOO DIRECTORS: R. C. GRAYES, C. M. GRAVES Prwldent Vlce-Pre. 0. M. BARBER W. II. IIAGEN R. C. TURNER N. Y, Rep., W. H Hagcn, 59 Wnll St FIRST NAT'L BANK OF NO BENNINGTON CAPITAL $lfi0,00O EritPLUS nml PKOFITS $75,000 KESOUUCES S500.000 Mosfc centrally located for country buainess and is always ready to receive new accounts. It is one of the oldest and strongest Banks in Vermont and transacts a general bank ing business. J. G. McCULLOUGH, President. S. B. HALL, Cashier IERVICE B B B Carriage rpady eve...

Publication Title: Bennington Evening Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington evening banner. — 1 March 1904

WMM"" MARCH 1. 1004 WE OIVE s. GREEN TH ENEW 5PRING 8UIT "THEN NICKIE RAN." are here but we are not so sure about the Spring weather, although tbat vvill cotue eoon. The ahrewd buyera are making their selection frora our smarfc and snappy. Spring Suits, for they thiuk it's nice to have first' cboice aud to wear the new things first. The low pricea tfiat we have marked these new Spring Suits will aurprise you when you see them. URT Ritchie Block Bennington i DAN PATCH ! m. : 1 i g o tbe Nvorjd 1NTERNATI0NAL .. STOCK FOOD .. overy day. For $ sale by W. D. NEWTON I C0R.JMAIN &IS1LYER STS. PLOUE BUTTEE SUGAR u 1 1 i ii i vi iv We keep.them. Aho full line o Fancy Groceries I E, GTBSON ARE THE STANDARD OF LIFE TfrTiT NOTICE ! To the Ladles of Bennington and vlcinlty. Hjrouwant asult, cape, or alteratloni done and cleanlng and iircssliiR cf all klnils at reason tble prlces you wlll alvvays Ilnrt a nlce llne. ol Koodi and samplcs at W. LEVIN'S, Udles' Flne Tailor. 130 North St.. BeunlnR...

Publication Title: Bennington Evening Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington evening banner. — 1 March 1904

MARCH 1, tddh "Sing a song of cleaning house, Pocket full of nails, Four and twcnty dust Pans, Scrubbing brooms and pails." of New I AT ready for Spring Houseclcaners. Most beautiful designs and color schemes we have ever shown. Splen did gatherino; of all the late ideas for interior decoration choice effects in Art Nouveau, Colonial, Empire Roccoo, Florals and other popular creations. Pannel effects, Crowns, upper third work Mouldingsand Bur laps are speciaities in this department. Paper Hangers are Stronger novv after their winter's sleep than they will be a month hence, when they'll be dreaming of a way t o hang a mile of paper a minute to partially at least satisfy their clamoring and dissatisfied customers. Get Your Paper Hanging Done Novv It will be better because more leisure ly than later besides the fuss and tear up will be all over with when the pleasant days are here. Lolling in your hammock under the bamboo tree you can then afford to sympa thize with your less forehande...

Publication Title: Bennington Evening Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington evening banner. — 1 March 1904

SPRING SHIRT5 From 50c to $1.50 h ChoicB Line of Spting Sliirls for Men and Boys from 50c to 1.50 Spring Hats, all styles, trom 5Uc to 3.on Spring Neckwear 25c and 50c ffien's Suits at 5.00, worth 12,00 and 15.00 Boys' Suits at 1.00) worth 3.50; ana 5.00 Boys Heefers at 1.50, worth 3.50 and 4.00 Young Men's Suits at 5.00, Worth (0.0012.00 IrlG'ns Overcoats at 5.00, woith 12.00 and 15.00 MULUGAN & ROCHE ThoLeadlnp Clolhlers, Hattors Furnishors and Custom 1 Tailnrs, 409 Mnln Gall And Give Your Crdws For Nursery Stock, Garden ann Furm Seeds, Ornumontnl Shrubcry, otc. Spring delivery, C, Alilsworth, 3 uW Main St., Bennington,Vt SSED OATS Wo grew the past season 800 bu.sbols of l'rldo of Vermont Oats on ten acres, weight 38 lbs. pcr bushol ; havo somo secd left for salo yet. J.H.P0TTER - Bennington, Vt BUSINESS EXCHANGE I ll'ANTlili. A Vf.uiic man fo rilntnir , l rooHiandworknbouthou.se Must bo 01 gnod hablis anil pleasant adli e.t. 6o 1'ntwtm House. T?OI KD,- t'tray orse and sletglt...

Publication Title: Bennington Evening Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington evening banner. — 2 March 1904

THE BENNINGTON EVENING BANNER VOL. II, NO. 52- BENNINGTON, VT.t WEDNESDAY, MARCH 2 1904 ONE OENT The Independent Democratic Ticket Did Not Appear to Cut Much Ice but without It Mr. Godfrey Would Have Been JDefeated for Constable and Collector BENNINGTON SECUR1TY COMP'Y Accepts funds ln trust, allow lng4porcont on same. Acts ns agent ln purchaso and sale of stocks, bonds, real estate, etc. Managos estatos, acting as executor, admlnlstrator, guardlan, etc. CAPITAL S25.000 SURPLUS $ 5.000 DIRECTORS: B. C. GRAYES, C. 51. GRAYES Prtaldent Vlct-Prc. 0. H. BARBER W. II. IIAGEN R. C. TURNER N. Y, Rep., W. H, Hagen, 59 Wnll St FIRST NAT'L BiM OF NO BENNINGTON CAPITAL $150,000 b&KPLUS nnd PKOFITS $75,000 ItESOUItCES 8500,000 Most centrally located for country business and is always ready to receive new accounts. It is one of tbo oldest and strongest JBanks in Vermont and transacts a general Bank ing business. J. G. McCULLOUGH, President. S. B. HALL, Cashie r III 4 Carriago ready cvory min...

Publication Title: Bennington Evening Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington evening banner. — 2 March 1904

THE NEW SPRING 8UIT8 are here but we are not so sure about the Spring weather, although tbat will come soon. The --- alirewd buyera are raaking tbeir selection from our smart and snappy Spring Suits, for they tbinlc it's nice to have first choice and to wear the new things firs't. The low prices tbat we bave raarked these new Spring Suits will surprise you wben you see them. BURT Ritchie Block DAN PATCH Champion harness horse of tlie world $j ... EATS ... INTERNATIONAL .. STOCK FOOD .. I s s? P every day. For aj W. D. NEWTON I C0R.JMA1N &ISILVER STS. &&&& ARE THE STANDARD OF LIFE FLOUE BUTTEE SUGAR EG-GrS We keep.theni. Also ftill line of Fancy GToceries I. E, GBSON NOTICE ! to the Ladles ot Bennington and vlcinlty, XI vou want a sult. cane. or alteratiom tlone xot cleaningand presslng cf allktndsat re.isou- , aMe prices you vvlll nlways nnd nice line ol ! Koooj anu nampies ai N. LEVIM'S, IjuUe' line Tallor,' 130 North 8t., Bennington. Vt. E A BOOTIi Fire and Pla...

Publication Title: Bennington Evening Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington evening banner. — 2 March 1904

"Sing a song of cleaning house, Pochet full of nails, FourandtwentydustPans, Scrubbing brooms and pails." AT ready for Spring Housecleancrs. Most beautiful designs ancl color schemes ve have ever shown. Spleri did gathering of all the late ideas for interior dccoration choicc effects in Art Nouveau, Colonial, Empire Roccoo, Florals ancl other popular creations. Pannel effects, Crowns, upper third vvork Mouldingsand Bur laps are specialties in this department. Paper Hangcrs are Strongcr now after their winter's sleep than they vvill be a month hence, when they'll be dreaming of a vvay to hang a mile of paper a minute to partially at least satisfy their clamoring and dissatisfied customers. Get Your Paper Hanging Done. Now It will be better because more leis u re ly than later besides the fuss and tear up will be all over with vvhen the pleasant days are here. Lolling in your hammock, under the bamboo tree you can then afford to sympa-thi-ze with your less forehanded neigh-bors. ENNIN...

Publication Title: Bennington Evening Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington evening banner. — 2 March 1904

PRI Q Froisi 50c to $1.50 A Choice Line of Spting Shirts for Men and Boys from 50c to 1.50 Spring Hats, all styles, from 50c to 3.0(1 Spring Neckwear 25c and 50c fflen's Suits at 5.00, worth 12.00 and 15.00 Boys' Suits at 1.00, worth 3.50 ano 5.00 Boys' Reefers at 150, worth .3.50 and 4-00 Young Men's Suits at 5.00, Worth 10.00 12.00 a'ns Overcoats at 5.00, worth 12.00 and 15.00 MULLIG TheLeadinsr Clothlers, Hattors Furnishors and Custom Tailors, 409 Main St., Bennington, Vt. Cail And Give Your Orders For Nurscry Stoctr, Garden ana Furm Seeds, Ornumental Shrubery, etc. Spring doHvory. C, Ainsworth, 311 V. Ala'.'i 3i., 3jh:i;.)' Vt SEED OATS We grow tho past soason 800 bushels of Pride of Vermont Oats on ten ucres, weight 38 lbs. por busliel ; have somo socd left for sale yet. J. H. P0TTER Benninelon, Vt BUSIHESS EXCHANGE "WANTHI. A young tnitn for tlie dining Tl room and work about house. Muit be of good nablts anil pleasant nddiMi. t 1'utmim House. "TTTOl'KD.-i'tray 1 ore aml slaig...

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