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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 26 October 1894

. . ... mfM . VOL. LIV. BENNINGTON, YT., FJRIDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1894. NE"W SERIES NO. 52. I -A-ZMI SOLE A.O-ETT. As yoars roll on and mothods chango, Improvemonts tako a wider rango. Mcn roach out now for othor things, And excollcnco moro money brings. Somo forty ycars ago, or moro, Thero landed on our pcaceful slioro Ono, Jcnny Liud, "Tho Qucon of Song," Who belped tho hattcr, Knox, along. Tlis liats woro nothing extra flno, Tho tickct brought him into lhic, And that flrst tiokot paved tho way TVinll tlin wnnltli hn ivlnlilo tn.rlo.r fow YOUNG'S, tho IIATTER of to-day, Ho worked and studicd to cxccl, Nb othor hat is mado so well. Tlloy lcad in stylo in cvery olimo, Tl(oy will bo worn through all tirao, Thoy now aro sold at Colo's NEW STORE, WUo'll boom thoir salo forovcrmoro. BltOWNIKS. uSJYounc's controls tho bost Hat trado in Now York Citv, and thcir branch sforqs oxtcnd throughout tho world. Tho STYLE and i'HICE is right. Bottor can a;na seo uicm at GHAS. G. COLE'S, Opera House Bl...

Publication Title: Bennington Semi-Weekly Banner
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 26 October 1894

SEMI-WEEKLif BANNER, FKlJDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1894. 2 IS OLD AGE PITIABLE? Nofc While Vteor and Zest in Living Lasts. Bismarck, Gladstone and Holmes Full of Years and Honor. !Chey Keop Tneir Blood Woll Stocked TlieirNerves Well Fed. Somo pcoplo carofully disguiso tho fact. But a coat of paint on au old build ing only makos it look smart; it doosn't koep tlie rickoty old staircasos from crcaking nor mako tho framowork Btrongor. What ia nocdcd ia fresh bricks and niortar. Frcsh blood and now tissucs aro tho building materials that tircd kunian bodics nocd. Paino's colory compound suppliea all tho olomonts for building up tho worn-out, oxhaustcd norvcs and tis sucs. Ono is nover oldor than ho fcols. Many aro young at 70, and tho world is full of mon and womcn who aro old in hoart and spirits at 30. Nothing "agcs" ono liko illness. To keop young, koop well; kcep tho aorves calra, tho blood ruddy, tho Bystem tvoll fcd. And whon tho suddon attack of fovor or tho heavy cold comes tho Bturdy, b...

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. — 26 October 1894

SEMFWEEKLY BANNER, EEIDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1894. 3 HEART DISEASE! Fluttcring, No Appctite, Could NoC Slccp, Wind on Stomach. "For a long timo I had a terriblo paln at my licart, whlch fluttcred al- and could not slccp. I would be com pellcd to sit up in ocd and bclch gas irom my stomach untll I thoughb that cvcry minuto would bo mv last. Tlierc was a feellingof oppression about my heart. and I was afraid to draw a full breath. I could nob swecp a room without rcsting. My hus band induced mc to try t Dr. Miles' Heart Cure ana am nappy to say x iias curcu imc I now havc a splendid appctlto !and slccp welL Its cllect was truly marvelous." MRS. nARKY E. BTARB, Pottsvillo, Pa. Dr.SIUcs licart CurolsBold on a posltivo guarantco that tho flrst bottlo wIU bcneQt. AlldrnggistsECllitat$l, 6 bottlcs for 15. or lt wlll bo Gcnt, prcpald, on rocctpt of prica t3 tho Dr. Miles Mcdlcal Co., Elkhart, Ind. TO A CHILD. Drcamlesa Bhonltl bo yonr sleep, For all your waklng llfu la full of drcams. Your ElUmbe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 26 October 1894

SMl-WEEKLY BANNEK, FEIDAT, OCTOBM 26, 1894 BENNINGTON BANNER " BENNINGTON. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1894. SIiikIo uopioa ot tlie Iiannor, In Wrnppcrs for iriallliis lf Dcnlrcd T1VO Veutn. Kj?Vatch ihc date opposito your namc,on this paper. ItsJioios that yoitr subscrlplion is crcditcil on our books to Zhat date. Ifthe dale is not chanred with in afew days from thc time aremiltanceis viade, notify thepuUishers. Notico to Churchos and Sociotlcs Hercaftor piitrons of tlio Bamneh job oiBco will roceivo notices in tlio locals, propor, frce as horctoforo. All others will bo charged ten conts a lino in tlio busincss notices. This rulo applios to Obituary Resolutions of Socioties or Lodges, and to all cntortainments of whatovor namo or naturo -whoro tboro is a foo askcd for admittanco, and tho ob ject is to mako monoy, whether adver- tlsod in tuo namo ot an organization, commttreo or mdividuai. Reati Russcll & March's now advcr tisomcnt. Buiicii, train dispatcbor, has beon in uarro a couplo ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 26 October 1894

SEMI-WEE l m M J LL 1 -I 'I 1' ls vhat we are getting for a tiice, all-wool black oi blue Tiiese Overcoats are nicely made, well trimmeu and good style, aiid of thesame quality as tias always been sold from $12.50 to 15,00. CLOTHIERS AND FURNISHERS, BENNINGTON, VT. For tho next ten days we will offer our sclect stock of Jardineres at priccs that aro suro to clean out the entiro lot. Now we lmvo tho largest lino over shown in the Stato and we aro proud to show tlio goods, so if vou will stcp in and look around you will bo amply rewarded by the ploasuro derived in looking over tho stock. "We have Jardineres as low as 50c and as high as 4.00. Rose Jars. Roso jars in profusion, in fact, tho largest stock outsidc of tho large cities, and we have them in all the heautiful designs, all at hard timo prices. It will pay you to buy during this salo. WALBRIDGE, THE HOME-MAKER. OYERCOAT ! (j mn H'l ii 'f " 'II SftLF OUR MONTPELIER LEtf ERS. OurRegular Corrosportdonco. MoNTrELiEit, Oct. 25Ui, 18...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 26 October 1894

6 SEMI-WEEKLY BANNEK, FKIDAY, OOTOBER 26, 1894. EROS AND THE BEE. Tho lovo koiI on a clny Wandered tho hivos amonjf To stcal a comb away, And by a bco was stune. And all hls flneor tlps TitiKlecl, and wlth lils lips Blowlng lils liand ho eklps And stamns uyon tho lea. To Cyprls tlion ho hles, Andsliows tho crucl stinf. And blttcrly ho crles, "IIow cun so Bmall a thlng Raiso Euch a mlghty acho?" Ilis mothcr, lauchlne, spakc, "Thysclf, tlioiiRh Bmall. canst nrako Llko mlschlof as tho bee." Jamps Ilcnry llallard. O A SPECULATION IN SNAKES. IIow Jnmott Crovcr l'ut Up Cood Moncy and Lowt It. Jnmcs Grover of Allcghnny dldn't know onough nbout snakcs, or ho would havo mado $10 tho othor day. Huoklcbcrry hlll, over ln Pottor county, Po., ls n grcat haunt of rattlesnakes. Scorcs nro cuui?ht and klllcd tlioro ovcry year. Charlcs Phclps of Allcghaliy county la a showman who cxhlbits snakcs nnd othor thlngs nt suinmor rosorts. JIo nocd ed a pnlr of rattlosnakcs to complcto hla collection bcforo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 26 October 1894

SEMI-WEEKLY BAJSfNEK, ERIDAY, OCTOBEft :26, 1894. I AT TE ROOTS OF YOUR LIFE i milllons of mlcrobcs aro at work. Tho doctor tclls you you have Cancor, or tho Orlp, or liheumatism, or Dyspepsia. Tho doctor docsn't know. Thcso aro meroly vnrlod symptoms of tho samo troublo. Vhat is rcallythe mntterwlth you is Mlcrobos-llttlemlcroscoplcnnlmnlsthat Bcem to como from nothing, nnd multlply Hko lightnlng. Wherovor there ls fcr mcntntion thero aro mlcrobcs. Whenover thoro is dlscaso thoro la fermentation. Kill tho rnlcrobca stop tho fermentation cure tho "diaeaee." That'a the only Buroway. Don't lop off tho loavca-don't troat aymptoma. Go to tho rootof tho mattcrklU tho mlcrobcs. When overydoctor on earth haa falled you can bo curcd by RADA MICROBE Dook About It Free. CANCER. Bbooklyn, N. Y., Jan. 19, 1S9I. Gcntlcmen In AURiist, 1892, I commenccd treatment with a speclallst for Cnnccr of tho Iirea.it, nnd on the S4th of May, 1893, 1 undcr. wcnt a sovcre operatlon ln the Scncy llospl tnl, Br...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 26 October 1894

8 'S'T i Xne of tlie Lovelicst JScadors a Lefcter zjet. It is a Grand Reading. KI33 B. Wo liave reccirrd thit rrmnrkably in tcrcstiiifr letter, with tho acoompan.viiitf bcautiful portiait frora Miss E. ISurko, of Amoskenfr. N. H., and we placo thotn beforo our roadcrs : "Soon iitter Krailuatiiifr frora sclionl, I vras stricken dmvti with nervous prostra tion, and 110 one but God knows what I suffercd. "1 was ko nervmis that tlw lcast little thinp would cause ray hcart to flutter and palpitaio. I was also trouhlcd with sovoro heaiiaclio and dizziiies;!, whioh un fltted rao for aiiy mcnwl work. I trlod soTcral hijilily recommcniied conipoitiuln, but they did me no pood. "At last. I decided togiro Dr. Grcprto's Korvura blood and nervo remedy n trlnl. What a blus-sin;; it has provcd to me! I can truly say tli.it I owo my presont oi ccllent healtli to Dr. Greono's Norvura blood and nervo ronicdy. Wu kei'p it in tho housc, as it cures :t sick headnolio or iieuralgia in every casc, and fji...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 30 October 1894

BENNINGTON BHteANNEfl. VOL. LIV. BENNINGTON, VT., TUESDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1894. NEW SEEEES NO. 53. As years roll on and mothods chango, Iraprovoments tako a widcr rango. Mon reach out now for otlicr thinps, And oxccllcnco moro monoy bringB. Somo forty years ago, or moro, Thoro landcd on our pcaceful slioro Ono, Jonny Lind, "Tho Quoon of Song," Who hclpud tho hatter, Knox, aloug. Ilis liats woro iiothing oxtra flno, ' Thatickot brought him into liuo, And that flrst tickot paved tho way To all tho woalth ho wiolds to-day. Now YOUNG'S, tho HATTER of to-day, Gained his broad fame auother way, MIo workcd and studicd to oxcol, No othcr hafc is mado so wcll. Thoy load in srylo in ovcry olimo, Thoy will bo worn through all tirao, Thoy now aro sold at Colo's NEW STORE, Who'll boom thcir salo forovormoro. BliOWNIES. 23?Young's controls tho best Hat trado in Now Tork City, and thoir branch s'oros extcnd throughout tho world. Tbo ST5TLE and FRICE is right. Bottor' call aud seo tliom at GHAS. G. GO...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 30 October 1894

SEMI-WEEKLY BANNER, TUESDAT, OOTOBER 30, 1894. B iNNINGTON BANNER. BENNINGTON. TUESDAT, OCTOBER 30, 1804. MiiBlo tloplen ot the IJaiinor, ln n'rappora lor MullluE lf Donlred TVO Ceutn. 3-Vatch the date opposlto your name on this paper. It shoioa that your tsvbxartptlon is crcdited on our books to ;.a? date. Jfthe date is not chanqed wlth in o feio days from the time a rcmlttance is minle, nottfy thcpublishcrs. Notlco to Churchcs and Socleties. Heroaftcr patrons of tho Basinek job offico will rocolvo notioes in tlio locals, propor, free as Uorotoforc. All otlicrs will bo cliarged ten cents a lino in tlio ln..,iness noticcs. This rulo applies to OMtuary ltesolutions of Sociotics or Lodgcs, and to all cntortainments of wh.itover namo or naturo wkoro thero is a feo askcd for admittance, and tho ob iect is to mako monoy, whothcr adver tisod in tho uamo of au organization, committco or iudividual. Miss Jennie Fkencii is ill with ty plioitl fovor. Mi:s. S. S. Scott is homo aftor a visit of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 30 October 1894

SEMI-WEEEM BANNER, TUESDAY, OOTOBER 30, 1894. BLESS PAINE'S CELERY GOMPOUND. r. and Mr. Raff "Thero is no doubt tliat tlio lifo of most womon at tlio prosent day is a com plox ono," said tlio Ladies' llomo Jour nal, "and m tlio largo citics tlio domands mado upoti timo and strengtharo legion, No wonder so many fall by tho way." Even wonion of tho privileffed classes know what faticuo means, and tho weari ncss resulting from overtaxcd norves, that is moro intonso and more dopross ing than anytuiiig known to tircd mus cles. When frcqucnt licadaohes and noural gia givo warniug that tlio norvo tissues aro not beinc fully repaired after hard work or anxioty. further mischiuf will bo avoidcd by fccdiug tlio hrain nnd ncrvcs with tho wonderful nutrimeut, Paiiio's colory compound. Naturo is a guntlo raothcr and soothcs whilo sho strengtliens. 1'aino's celery compound builds up tho body according to natuie'a plan. Tho human machino must hivo fuol. This grand inviRorator and stroi:i;theiior i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 30 October 1894

! I SEMI-WEEKLY BANNER, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1894. m CHANCERY. AARON M. IIAMILTON, v. FRED. A.MICKLE COLK STICKI.K. ANDREW V. TURNER and MICHAEL FULLAM. StAteof Vermont, Bennington County,s December Term. 1601 Whercns Aaron M. Hamilton of Sandgate, in the county of Bennington and State of Vermont, on the 29th day of October. . D. 1891. has diily lllcdinthenmcaof the clerk of the Ilonorablo Court ofiliancery wltlilnand for tho county of Bennington nforcsald, at Bennington in sald county of Bennington. his blll of coumlaint agalnst Fred A. Stlckle of Sandgate aforeeald, and Cplo Stlckle formcrly of sald Sandgate but now reslding wlth out thla Stalo, at Salem ln the County of Wash ington in the Stato of New York, ln substanco complainlng and fettlng forth In sald blll: Thaton tho Second dayof Aprll.A D., 18S4, Fred A. Stlckle and Cole Stlckle, then of sald Sandgate dnly cxccuted to the pctltloncra mort gage dced of certain land situatcd ln Sandgate aforesald and descnbed as follows. vl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 2 November 1894

t 0 ENN" I NOTON" A.N' N" E! TVOLLIV. X .A.ZMI SOLE .A.G-ZE3STT. As yoars roll on and mothods chango, Hroprovements tako a wider rango. Mon roach out now for othcr things,J And oxccllonoo moro monoy brings. Somo forty years ago,or moro, Thoro laniled on our pcacoful shoro Ono, Jonny Lind, "Tho Quecn of Song," Wlio holped the liattor, Kuox, nlong. Ilis Uats woro nothing oxtra flno, Tho tickot brought him iuto lino, And tbat flrst tiokot paved tho way To all tho wealth ho wiclds to-day. Now YOUNG'S, tho HATTER of to-day, Gained his broad famo another way, Ho workcd and studicd to oxcol, No othcr bat ia mado so well. Thoy lcad in stylo in overy climo, They will bo worn through all timo, Tboy now aro sold at Cole's NEW STORE, Who'll boom their salo forovornioro. Buownies. ftlYoung's control8 tho best Ilat trado in Now Tork Citv, and their branob Sres oxtoud througbout tho world. Tbo STYLE and PllICB is right. Botter call and sco thcra at CHAS. G. COLE'S, Opera House Block, Bennington, V...

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

2 SEMI-WEEEM BANNER, EBTDAY, NOYEMBER 2, 1894. They Stay Dyed, Stocklngs, Featliers, Oowns, Cloaks, v or other nrtlcle3 dyed wlth Diamond Dyes wfll retain theircolor no inatter how often they are washed or cxposed to the sun. A packago of Diamond Dyos costs only tcn cents, and plain diroctions forusing accompany iu io previouscx' penenco is neces sary to get the best rcsults. Sold everywhere. Dircctlon Boofc and forty saraples of dyed cloth sent free. Wells, Riciiardson & Co., Burlington, Vt HAND FIRE ENC1NE CONTESTS. Intcrcstlng Informatlon. 'Thero havo becn moro hand flro on cino mustors in New England this sca son than over boforo in any 0110 year siuco thoy commonccd, a half contury or moro ago 15 in all, aud noxt yoar prom iscs as many, if not moro, as this flro man's fad is now in full forco, and tlieso ovonts, proporly conduotcd, will continuo for somo thuo to como. Tho largest attonded mustors woro thoso hcld at Worcostor and Manchester, X. H., in 1857, '5S and '59, befo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 2 November 1894

SEMFWEEKLY BANNER, FR1DAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1894. Right Arm Paralyzedl Saved from St. Vitus Dance. "Our dauphter, Dlanche, now flf tcen years of atje, had becn terribly afflicted with nervousncss, and had lost thc entirc uso of her right arm. "We feared St. Vitus dance, and tricd tho bcst physicians. with no bcneflt. She has taken turee bottlcs of Dr. Miles' Nervine and has gained 31 pounds. Her nervousness and symp toms of St. Vitus danco are cntirely gone, sho attends school regularly, and has recovercd complcte use of her arm, herappetiteis'splcndid." MKS. R. H. BULLOOK, Brighton, N. Y. Dr. Miles' Nervsne Cores. Dr. MUcs' Ncrvino is sold on a nosltlvo cnaranteo tbat tho flrst bottlo tvlll benoflt. All drugglsts sell itat $1,6 bottlcs forSS, or it will bo sent, propald, on rccelpt of prlco by tho Dr. Ullcs iledlcal Co.. Elkhart, lnd. t. TTiT irrrw vt? a t o XXj X XX X X X XI .HULIO. Yc9, it is ncarly EO ycara bIiico I havs ficcn you. Yourhalr undor that Httlo lac cap is as white as sno...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 2 November 1894

4 SEMI-WEEKLt BANNER, FRIUAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1894. BENNINGTON BANNER. BENNINGTON. FB.IDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1894. Xlitlllo llopicM ol tlie ltamior, ln Wruppora for Hlulllns If Doalrcd tfgWatch the date opposito your vame on this yaper. It shovss that your aubscriptlon is crcilited on our books to ihat date. Ifthe date is not chanyed with in afewdaysfrom the tlme arcmittanceis made, notify the publtshers. Notlco to Churches and Soclotics. Hercaftcr patrons of tho Bamneu job oflloo will rocoivo notices in tho locals, propor, free as Uorotoforo. All othcrs will bo charged ton cents a- lino ln tlio businoss notices. Tbis rulo applies to Obituary Kosolutions of Socioties or Lodgcs, and to all entortainments of whatovcr namo or naturo whoro tboro is a foo askcd for admittanco, and tbo ob joct is to mako money, whcthor advor tised in tho namo of an organizatiou, commitrco or individual. Mrs. Ira Frost of Iloosick Falls, N. T., is visiting boro. Hart, at tho mill storo, proposcs to soll flour if an...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 2 November 1894

SEMI-WEEKLY BAOTEK, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1894. OUR MONTPELIER LETTER. Montpelier, Yt., Nov. 1st, 1894. IlavinK spnkon of tho jolnt assetubly, Wedncsday, iu an oditurial, wo orait wimt "Tho Ilormitt" says. Ei).l , For Trii8tecs for tho Vermont Univor sity and Stato Afrriculturnl ColleRo, lted fleld Proctor of Kutland, E. J. Oruisbco of Uraudon and Crosby Millor of Pom fror, woro olected. , IIow the bills havo "poimcDU In" sinco my last lottcr, Tuesday, ovor a hundred havinp bcen introduced in tho IIoubc, anrt a largo nuraber in tho Senate. Tho munbcr uow is moro than SOO. Tho committce 011 joint rulos havo oxtcndcd tho timo until noxt Tuesday for tho in troducins of Bills. Two women's riRhts bills havo como boforo tho Ilouse, ono bv Mr. Smith of Morristown, who ro niarked tliat nny tnembor who would not favor his bill was it baoholcr, or olso liis ivifo was his iuforior. Tho "Ilormit" is a bacholor, but does not thiuk it just tho tbitiij to allow ladics to voto in goncral olectlons. I...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 2 November 1894

6 SEMI-WEEKLY BANNER, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER g, 1894. DESEETED. Mrs. Ellphalst Johnson wns a very hnrd- working woman ovon hor next door nclghbors ndmittcd thnt. Hcr chlmnoy blnckcncd tho sott morn lng nlr ns carly ns any ln town; licr wnsb fluttcrcd whito undcr tho applo bougha long bcforo brcnkfnst that ls, bcforo E1I phnlet's brcakfnst. Ellplinlot kcpt storo. Ho profcrrcd kccp Jng storo to fnrmiug bccauso lio could sit down moro. In tho storo lt wns nll in tho wny ol buslness. ITIs customcrs eat down on cv ery nvallablo objcct tho countcr, tho sng- nr barrel, tho craokcr box, ovon tho cask oi molasscs, bnt not on that last untll tho countcr and othcr thlngs wcro full. Tho houso wns ovcrtlio Btorc Thostnlrt conncctlng tho two camo down In tho cnd whoro tho storo was, and whcn n customci camo ln wlio wantcd not n scat, but scrv ico, Mr. Ellphalct Johnson would tip back his clialr n littlo fnrthcr, opcn tho stalr doornnd say, "Marlal" Tlicn Mrs. Jolinson would liurry down nnd attcnd to th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 2 November 1894

SEMI-WEEKLY BANNEK, FEIDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1894. 7 A1I progrcssive physicians now admit the correctriess of "tho germ theory of disease."' They know that all diseases are causcd by germs, or microbes, which lodge in some organ, get into the blood, and multiply witn terrible rapidity. The troublc may show in the head, Iungs, stomach or else where. You may call it by any name you choose, but the cause is the same microbes in the blood microbes at the root of your lifc. , Kill them and it cures you. Let them live and you die. The disease lsn t Consumption, or Eczema, or Dyspepsia, or Paralysis it is Microbes of differ ent kinds. The only preparation that will kill them all and so cure any (so called) disease is RADA ICROBE Book About It Vree. CONSUMPTION- Patersos, N. 3., Aug. 14, 1S04. Oenllemcn-navlng had tareo slstcrs dlo wlth Consumption, and knowlng by my symntomsthatunlcss helpod I would betho neit, I began to uso your Microde Killeb upon tho advlco of frlemts, and I nm now happy to...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington semi-weekly banner. — 2 November 1894

8 SEMI-WEEKLY BAtfNER, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1894. ira 1 Strons: and Powerful Know Whereof they Speak. Being- Promi nent People, Everybodv Knows Their Words Are True. IION. WM. Moro wonelerful grow tho cures, and moro noted and prominont thoso wlio havo beon curcd by that grcatcst medi- cino in tho world, Dr. Greeno's Nervura blood and ncrvo romcdy. Tho strength of thoso splondid testi monials coming from wcll-known por sons, gives to thom such couvincing powor that the foromost raen and women in tho laud aro taking it bcoauso they know it will do exactly what peoplo say it will. Ono of tho bcst known and honored mon, Ilon. Wm. J. Fishor, of Whallons burg, N. Y., speaks asfollows about him solf and Ins estimablo wifo, "Nino years ago I had malarial fever which dcvol pcd mto a sovero caso of Bright's disease. I saw a celobrotcd spocialist who said I could livo but a short timo. T employcd sovoral omincnt physicians. They all said I had Iiright's diseaso. but nono of thom cnred mo. "My ...

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