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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington evening banner. — 15 March 1904

I I ENNINGT EVENING BANNER VOL. II, NO, '63 ' BENNINGTON, VT., TUESDAY, MAROH 16 1904 ONE CKN T Either God or the Devil Is the Silent Partner in Every Firm and Sopncr or LaterTakes Charge. Marriages Are No Excepti'pritoHe Operatidn of Tfiis Rule fHE BENNINGTON SECURITY COMP'Y A,ccepts funds in trust, allow ing4 porcont on sarne. Acts sagontln purchase' and sale fstocks, bonds, real estate, etc. Mannges estate's, actihg as executbr, administrator, guordian, etq capitajl,, s25.000 surpLu's $' 5,660 dj.rectors: R. . GRAVES, C. M. ORAYES Prcildent 0. BL BARBER Vlce-Pres. jW. II. IIAGEN R. C. TURNER N. Y, Rep., W. H, Hagen, 50 Wnll St FIRST NAT'L BANK OF NO BENNINGTON CAPITAL $ir0,00O SsOllIMUS nml PitOFITS $75,000 RESOUKCES S500.000 Most centrally located for country business and is ahvays ready to receive new accounts. It is one of the oldest and strongest Banks in Vermont and trausacts a general bank ing business. J. G. nlcGULLOUGH, President. S. B. HALL, Cashie r JSpSSJffiHAHGE HEt.1...

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. — 15 March 1904

WE CIVE B GREEN . SJfe H. TQ: STAIV1PS ... Tbre.o of the best Stiff Hats tbafc can be found any where for the money. All regular hat stores charge 82.50 for them. URT g?itchie Block BEST BREAD Costs no more than an in forior artlole. When you buy bread or axiy other bakery produc't of mo you got as good' as there is in the marlcet. I.E.GIBSON GROCER AND BAKER NOTICE ! To the Ladles ot Bennington and vlcmlty. ft you want asult, cape, or alteratlons done and oleanlng and presstug cf all klnds at reason able prlcesyou wlllalways flnda nlcellneof Booda and samples at N. LEVIN'S, LadtM' Flne Tailor. jMorth Bt. Bennington. Vt. - ' W B.JAYLOR PuinamHouse Stable t have coujtautly on Iliand flne turnouts o erery dejoripllon. AUo mn a 'bus to all tralns maVe eall.i (or patseagorj and baggage at pri vate residenoet. Tolcphono 44-12 Stable rear of Pottwm House. Opcn for'ser. rlteday ernlght neam mnugan i BEST PREPARED PAINT Wears longest,1 looks best, covers most. Tliese qualities linve canied ...

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. — 15 March 1904

I I i U - NOBTH HP08ICK. I are air '. other the entire display will be ready for your inspection-welcome to lookbuy if you plcase wc'll be satisfied either way BROUGHAM ERVIC Carriage ready ovory mioute to tnko .you to any part of tho villaga for 25c. Jjadies can eavo dollnrs on clothcs and in comfort by having our brougbam tako tbem to ohurcb or for aftornoon calls, partiea or ahopplrigitrip's. Warm arriages for cold daya. Always ready, day or nigbt. 23 conts por trip or GO conta per hour. Call by telophono. W. J. PHALEN TEL. NO. IO-5 NEW YORK TAILORS' Spring and Suminor Qoods for Gents' Suits and Top Coats. Call and seo tho loadlng fashions if you do or do not order a suit. Shall bo glad to sco you. C. AIN8WORTH ' 3II W. Maln'.St. BQSTON & MAlfJE RAILROAD. flonrected to Oct. 12. 1903. Tralnslcuve Ben nington daily,exoett Sunday, unless otherwlss TIIAIN3 LEAVINO. TO TltOY Ct Bennington ' No. Bennington " 'White Creek " Walloomasc ', North Hooslclc ' BooslcKJ'ct. Ar Troy a.m. a....

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. — 15 March 1904

: : " 1 oys and Childrens' Suits From ?2.00 to $6.00. A New Stock of Buster Brown Suits For Chlldren. 88.00 to $18 00. Men's Spring and Enstor Overcoats from $8.00 to $18.00. Nobby Raln Coats from $10.00 to $18.00, genuino Cravenette. Spriug upd Easter Hats from 50 conts to $3.00. Spring and Easter Caps, 25 and 50 conts. Spring and Easter Trousers from $1.00 to 6.00. Fancy Hose, 15 and 25 cents. Pancy Spring Shlrts from 50 cents to $1.50. White- and Fancy Vcsts from 81.00 to $3.50. YOUNG MEN'S SUITS from $5.00 ta12.00 for Spring and Easter wenr. MULLI ThoLoadlnf Clothlors, Hattorn Furnishers and Custom Tailora, 409 Maln St.f Bennington, Vt. The American House Stable Good horses, good carriages, turnouts of till kinds. Mo.ses Arbour Succcssor to N. W. Qowcr. Four Boxes Axle Qrease 25c Small Size Sweat Pads . . 10c . . W. E. Hawks, J r 431 flatn Strect. REED'S MARKET Lowest prices for beat Meats, Beeff Muttonj Pork, Lard, Sausnge, etc. Green Stjamp.s Oasli Customers REED - SOUTH ST. G...

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. — 16 March 1904

i THE BENNINGTON EVENING BANNER VOL. II, ttO. 64 BENNINGTON, VT., WEDNESBAY, MAROH 18 1904 ONE OENT The Man Who Growls that Life Isn't Worth Living Has Most Generally Set a Whole Lot of People to Wishing He Hadn't Experimented by Trying BENNINGTON SECURITY COMP'Y Accepts funds in trust, allow ing4porcent on same. Acts as agent in purchase and sale ofstocks, bonds, real estnte, otc. Manages eatates, acting as executor, admintstrator, guardlan, otc. CAPITAL S2B.OOO SURPLUS $ 5,000 DIRECTORS: B. C GRAYES, C. M. GRAYES Preildent Vlce-Pre. 0. II. BARBER W. II. IIAGEN R. C. TDRNER N. Y, Rep., W. H, Hagcn, 59 Wnll St FIRST NAT'L BANK OF NO BENNINGTON CAPITAL $150,000 DlCIM.US and PROFITS $75,000 KESOUHOKS 500.000 Most centrnlly located for country buainess and is ahvays reudy to receive new accounts. It is one of the oldest and strongest Banks in Vermont and transacts a gcneral baik ing business. J. G. McCULLOUGH, President. S. B. HALL, Cashia r BUS1NESS EXCHAHGE HKLl' WAXTEO-Slx sewlnK ma...

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. — 16 March 1904

E GIVE SJft H, WESELL Three of the that can bo found anywhere for the money. stores charge $2.50 for theni. BURT Ritchie Block BEST BREAD Costs no moro than an in ferior article. When you Tuy bread or any other bakery produal ofmeyou get as good-'as there is in the marlcet. I.E.GIBSON GROCER AND BAKER NOTICE ! 7o the Ladles ol BenDlngton and vlcinlty1. If you want asult,cape, or alterations ilone and aleantng and presstng cf all klnds at reason afcle prlces you wlll always flnd a nlee line ol gocds and saroples at N. LEVIN'S, Ladlei' Flne Tailor. IS North BU Bennluirton. Vt, J W B.JAYLOR Putnam-House Stable f have eoustantly on Jhand fine turnouts o every descrlpllon. Also run a 'buj to all tralns roake calls for passangors and baggage atprl vato rosidencoi. Tolepliono 44-12 Stable rear of Putnam House. Opon for.'ser vle day or nlght Heath & Milligan BEST PREPARED PAINT Wears lougest, looks best, covers uiost. These 1 s ? quiMties nave carrieu ic t to the-front and there it stay...

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. — 16 March 1904

WsfMaWlBaMBMWBBBaafsssB" "T"tjy-'nBBBBMBWWiWjS?BIp BBBBf ) "TSHaMaafliaMBj liiAnmw w wfMwtie?T(i p 3 ' . - - f Nl II I H NHAFTSH I f VI A rAQE SCALE WtLDREN'S FWE SHQES 50 CTS. UPO 1' ' I I III I 1 . r 4r are fair 8R0UGHAM IBI Carriage ready ovory minute to tnke you to any part of tbo villagu for 25o. ladies cnn eave dollars on clothes and in comfort by hnving our brougbum tnko tfaom to churcb or for aftomoon calls, parties or ehopping trips. Warm flarrlnfdfl fnr cnlil riavs. Alwaya roady, day or nigbt. 2Ti conts por trip or 50 conts pcr hour. Call by telepbono. W. J. PHALEN TEL. NO. IO-5 NEW YORK TAILORS' Spring and Summor Qoods for Gents' Suits and Top Coats. Call and sco the lending faslilons if you do oi do not order a suit. Shall bo glad to see jou. C. AIN8WORTH 311 W. Maln'.St. IXbooth Fire and PlateQlass Insurance Ten Companies, AII Of Them Good TLe old reliable Vermont Mut ual, the beat Home influrance Pates Low and Protection Absolute E A. BOOTH SEED OATS We tfre: tho past ...

Publication Title: Bennington Evening Banner, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington evening banner. — 16 March 1904

ftoys' and ChiiPns Spring and Easter t Suits From ?2.00 to $6.00. A New Stock of Buster Brown Suits For Children. $8.00 to $18 00. Men's Sprlng and Eastor Overcoats from $8.00 to S18.00. Nobby Rain Coats from $10.00 to 318.00, genulne Cravenetto. Bpring and iJaster Hats from 50 cents to 83.00. Spring and Eastor Caps, 25 and 60 eents. Sprlng and Easter Trousurs from 11.00 to G.00. Pancy Hose, 15 and 25 cents. Panoy Spring Shlrts from 50 cents to, $1.50. White and Pancy Vosts frora $1.00 to $3.50V ' YOUNG MEN'S SUITS from $5.00 to 12.00 for Spring and Easter wear. ' MULLIGAN ThoLoadlrtf Clothlors, Hattorn Furnishors and Custom Tallors, 409 Maln St.f Bonnlngton, Vt. OPERA HOUSE G0LDSMITU& WOOD, MAN GKKS urnMcenflv march THE BIG PRODUCTION (6 099 9J A pluy full of exciting feat- tirt's. The Great Labor llnion Scene in the Factory District of New York The Intetior of a Large Factory in full operation The Realistic Women's Wartl on Blackwell's Island hen Wo Love - Tlie Great Court Roo...

Publication Title: Bennington Evening Banner, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington evening banner. — 17 March 1904

THE BENNINGTON EVENING BANNER VOL. II, NO. 65 BENNINGTON, VT., THURSDAY, MAROH 17 1904 ONBSOBNT When a Man Is Down It Is aiways Best to Kick Him. He May Not Othevise Gather Sprawl Enough to Get Up and Take the Rest of His Medicine. BENNINGTON SECURITY COMFY Aocepts funds in trust.allow ing4percent on same. Aots as agent in purchnso and sale fstocks, bonds, roal estate, etc. Manages estates, acting as executor, adminlstrator, guordlan, etc. CAPITAL S25.000 SURPLUS $ 5,000 DIRECTORS: 4. B. C GRAVES. C. M. GRAYES Prealdent Vlce-Pre. 0. M. BARBER W. 11. 1IA0EN R. C. TUKNER N. Y, Rep., W. H, Hagen, 59 Wnll St FIRST NAT'L BANK OF NO BENNINGTON CAPITAL $150,000 5SURPLUS nml PKOFITS $75,000 UESOUHCES SSOO.OOO Most centrally located for country business and is alwnys ready to receive new accounts. It is oiie of the oldest an'd strongest Banks in Vermont' and transacts a goneral bank ing business. J. G. McCULLOUGH, President. S. B. HALL, Casfiie r BUSIHESS EXCHANGE TiKr.l' w.UTUn-Slx sewlnif ...

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. — 17 March 1904

MARCH 17, I0O4 BACK ACHES-KIDNEY PAINS Grand Army Comraandcr and U. S. Trasury Woman Employee Cured and Saved by the Quick and Marvelous Powcrs of the Great Kidney and Liver Remcdy. DR. PETTINGILL'S KIDNEY-WORTTABLE1 Burlington. Vt , Jan. 22, 1901: "Some months i(9 1 notlced a pecullar color to tny urlne, and on namlnatlon found that it contalued t quan tlty ol brlck-colored, sindvllko subJUnce, whlch I recogulzod as a slgn of kidney dangcr. Iprooured tvro boltlenof Dr i'ottlnglll's Kd-ney-Wort Tableta and they helped mo rluht away, slnce whlch Umo I liavo liad no rccur lence o! the trouble." Charles Van Stelnbcrg, Past Commander. Standard Post, No. 2- l'ast Junlor Vlce-Coinmander (1. A. It., Department of VerJiont. Washington, V. 0 , Oct. 23, 1003 "From a hurtlwaslnjured and sullered from palns In my back. I hare takcn nearly two Lottles of Dr Pettlnglu'i Kldney-Wort Tablets nim can ay tbat thoy bave helpod ma vtry much, and ian reoommend them to any wlio Miffcr wlih ktdnoy trouble...

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. — 17 March 1904

MARCH 17. WOODFORD Moro Uko sprlng. Roblns arehoppl )y slnglng. But there'll be boreal blasts yet. Tbe last Sunday in thlsimonth a vote will be takon to sec who will bo our preachor the cotnlng suramor. At Uie ohurch soolal Saturday ove ning tbe rocoipts wrro flfty dollars for tbe Unlon chtirch. Merritt and EUIs Frotnyro of Uoo sick Falls have boon vislting rolatives and frlends in town soverul days. Fred Eddy of South Shaftsbury was recently in town on buslness. Mrs Wm Knapp is passing the week with Mrs Byron LoRay of Searsburg. LUward Stono of Bennington pass ed Sunday with h!s parents. Byran LoRay of Searsburg was in Woodford and Bennington Saturday. Master Goorgo Ostcrly recently cut his foot badly with ao axo. Georgo Cotton drow a lood of logs to D. M. Gleason's ralll from Glasten bury which calipred two thousand feot. Cotton had foiir horsos hitched to the load. Some prodlct a freshct this spring. It's well cuough to bontho lookout, but don't loso sleop over somothing that has...

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. — 17 March 1904

11 Boys ap Childrcns' Iiits From ?2.00 to $6.00. StocK of Buster 3rown Suits Foi l Children. S8.0. Sih . Men's Spring and m l 11 Noblii n.iiii 'outs from $10.00 to $18.00, genulne Cravenetto. Spring nnd Enster IIut ic m f() cents to 83.00. Spring and Enstor Caps, 25 and C0 conts. Spnnj: ntul .or Trousera frora 81.00 to ifl.00. Fancy lloso, lfi and 2fl cents. Fancy Sprmg Shlrts from oO conts to $1.50. Whlto and Fancy Vests frora $1.00 to iW.Go. YOUNG MEN'S SUITS from $0.00 to J12.00 for Spring and Kaster wear. ThoLeadlnP' Clothlors, Hatters Furnishors and Custom railnrs, 409 Main St., Bennington, Vt. JUST REGEIVED Men's Walnrproof Soal Shoes. Just thc tlung fo in's weather Anotlitjr lot of E 1 SHOES for women. Nothing liko them for.coraforc. Agcnt for tho New llonio nnd ,-IVIieoIcr iV- Wilson Scwinfr ; IMtichliioH. TRAVEUNG SALESMEN WANTED WHITING NURSERY CO. BOSTON, MASS. Finest.nowfruit specialties ovor of ered. Exporienco not necossary. Suc ocas assured. Writo at onco for full inf...

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. — 18 March 1904

THE BENNINGTON EVENING BANNE ONESCENT BENNINGTON, VT PRIDAY, MAROH 18 1904 VOL. II, NO. 6 6 Who Was It that Said Winter's Backbone Was Broken? This Present Winter, according to the Evidence at Hand, Has More Backbones than a Cat Has Live s BENNINGTON SECURITY COMP'Y Aocepts funds in trust, allow ing4porcent on same. Acts as agent ln purchaso and sale fstocks, bonds, real estate, eto. Manages estates, acting as exeoutor, admlnlatrator, juardian, etc. CAPITAL $25,000 SURPLUS..: $ 5,000 DIRECTORS: E. C GRAYES, C.M.GRAYES President Vlce-Pfts. 9. M. BARBER W. II. IIAGEN R. C. TURNER N. Y, Rcp., W. H.. Hagen, 59 Wall St FIRST NAT'L BANK OF NO BENNINGTON CAPITAL $150,000 OlllLUS and PBOFITS $75,000 KESOUIJOES S500.0OO Most centrally located for country business and is always ready to receive new accounts. It is one of tbe -oldest and strongest Banks in Vermont and trausacts a gcneral bank ing bnsintisa. J. G. McCULLOIJGH, President. S. B. HALL, Cashie r BUSINESS EXGHAHGE HEI,1 WAVTKO Six s...

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. — 18 March 1904

MARCH18, 110 4 Weak NerKs- Dyspepsia- Eiltly Cofliuerol-ukktfCu,red-The Whota tiesof the Cclebrated Mr. T. B. PETfRSON Was Puton Hl Foot and Olvon Hoalth by Paino's Colory Compound. "I Wn SIck-IU yrorn-Out." North Woymoullt, Jlasx., Dce. H "I'alnc's Celery Compound lt tbo best and tnnit eiTective medlclne I taave cver talten. I was slek. iliuy and wom out roralone tlme utnl unab'e to at- PMtfE Learn how much better yau can feel Go to your Drugglst todny-Got one bottle Feol Just ONCE that abuiidant new nerve force madc by Palne'a Celery Compound You will NEVER AAIN be contented with low spirits and pobr hoalth. S,B H. .. WESELL ... Three of the that can be found anywhere for tlie money. All regular hat stores charge $2.50 for thera. BURT Ritchie Block Heath &;Milligan I BEST PREPARED PAINT 1 Wears longest, looks $ $ best, coverslnost. Tliese g qualities havc carried it to tho front nnd there it $ stays. , For sale by i W. D. NEWTON COR. ftlAIN & SILVfiR STS. W B. TftYLOR Puma...

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. — 18 March 1904

TO RENT ! The niodern cottnge ou Washington Ave., witli evory convemence. h.v cecdingly desirable lo- eation. Apply t Harrison I. Norton - CASTORIA For Infants and Ohildrcn. Tto KM You Have Always Bought other. In a the entire displ for your to Iook we'll be YSDALE': lias returiied from Y ORK NEW E ASTER NOVELTIES j& are fairly tombling over each m lew days now ay wiSS be reai inspection-welcome buy if you please satisfled either way T!srs Quiid Iu FrrlRht Colllalon. SHEIlimOOKE, Que., March 16. A colllslnu lictween Canadlan l'nciflc nnd Boston and Malue .frelsht tralns took plnce noar Lennoxvlllc, tlirco mlles f rora hero. The dcad are EnRlneer Fol som, Flrcman Iicrnrd and Brnkcman Cousins, all of tlio Boston and Malnc crcw. Englucer Plantc of tho' Cana dlan Paolflc traln was badly Inirt. Nortlirrn Pnelfla Sfcetlnir Adjonrncd. NEW YORK, March lO.-The nd Journcd annunl rnoetlng o tlio North crn Paclflc rallway was agaln adjourn cd until May 17, no busluess belng transacted. The ...

Publication Title: Bennington Evening Banner, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington evening banner. — 18 March 1904

4 V Boys' and Childrens' Suits From $2.00 to $6.00. A New Stock of Buster Brown Suits For Children. 88.00 10 $18 00. Men's Spring and Eastcr Ovcrcoats frora $8.00 to $18.00. Nobby Rain Coats from $10-00 to $18.00, genuino Cravcnbtto. Spring' and Knstcr Hats from 60 cents to 83.00. Spring and Easter Caps, 25 and 50 cents. Spring and Easter Trousers from $1.00 to G.00. Fancy Hoso, 15 and 25 cents. Fancy Spring Shirts from 50 cents to $1.50. White and Fanoy Vests from $1.00 to $3.50. YOUNG MEN'S SUITS Irom $5.00 to 12.00 for Spring and Eastcr wenr. MULLIGAN & ROCHE ThoLoadlnp Clothiors, Hattor Furnlshors and Custom Tailors, 409 Wlaln St., Bennington, Vt. JUSI RECEtVED Men's Waterproof Seal Shoes. Just the ihing fo liis weather Another lot of I SHOES for women. Nothing like them for comforc. A. F. L00 Agont for ttio Now Homo nnd AVheoIcr WIIhoii Se.wliiff MacliincH. TRAVEUNG SALESMEN WANTED WHITING NURSERY CO. BOSTON, MASS. Plncst new fruit specialties over of ered. Experience not n...

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. — 19 March 1904

THE BENNINGTON EVENING BANNE VOL. II, NO. 67 BENNINGTON, VT., SATUipAY, MAROH 19 1904 ' ONBSCBNT The Failure of Sully, the Cotton King and Erstwhile Ten-Millionaire, Is only Renewed Proof of the Everlasting Truth that there are Shears fof"Every Sheep w Jtt BENNINGTON SECUR1TY COMP'Y Aocepts funds ln trust, allow JngApercent on same. Acls s agent ln purchaso and sale fstocks, bonds, roal estate, ctc. Manages estates, acting as oxocutor, admlnistrator, guardian, etc. CAPITAL S25.000 SURPLUS S 5.OO0 DIRECTORS: B. C. GRAVES, C. M. GRAYES President ' Vlce-Prea. . M. BARBER W. II. HAGEN R. C. TURNER N. Y, Rcp., W. H. Hagen, 59 Wall St FIRST NAT'L BANK OF NO BENNINGTON CAPITAL $150,000 IfrtPl,US ancl PltOFITS $75,000 KESOUKCES S500.000 Most centrally located for country bnsiness 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, Cashle r BUSINESS EIliMGE TEAM...

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. — 19 March 1904

ILV A BntWhy UUmtliaii Vfhy tUycYpuajPiln Keddlihl Vfhy li ht KIDNEY DISEASE Don't Try to Pool Yourielf Face the Death Kldney-Wort Tablcts "I toaret ued aeveral bottles otDr PeHtnglH'a Idney-Wott Tablew and havo fouud them Yorybeneflclil to mykldneyii and bowels. I nuffered f or some tlme wlth a severe PAIN 1N MY DAC1C, whlohoften prevented me from worklng, Water was very bad. "I wasln do-palr as nono ol the doctora seemed ablo to do onythlnc. "Atlast I trled Dr PettlnRlU's Kldncy-Yfort Tablets and reoelved Imraedlata rellef. I feel ali rlght now and have had no reourrence o! the old paln." J. M. nreen, 21 N. 12lh treet, Phtla delphla, Pa., Scpt 21!, 1003. "For ten year have becn aMIcted wlth IAIN IN MY BACK, tho result of dlseased kldneys Trled Feveral rcmedles, (rom wblch I recelved very little beueflt 1 at last gave Kldney-Wort a trlal and bave recelved more beneflt (rom Us uso than all the others." Justlce of the I'eace .Tohk M. Ament, Nutt, I.ouU C'o., Tenn. Dr. Pettingill's Ki...

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. — 19 March 1904

, 1 f 1 are fairly fumfeling over each other. In a iew days now tfte entire qisdi for io we TO RENT ! The modern cottage on Washington Ave., with evory convenience. Iix cqcdingly desirable lo- cation. :: Apply tn t Harrison I. Norton CASTORIA For Infants and Ohildron. 8 Kind You i!a?e Always Bouglit Cdsrs tho Slguatar your ook BU Has returned YORR NEW RASTRR NOVELTIES j& ay wiii oe if you nspection buy 'II be satisfied either way CONDENSED DISPATCHES. Tlio White Stnr llne hus refused to cnrry professlonnl pnmblcrH. Governor Warfleld of Mnryland has slfrned tho "Jlm Crow" lillla rolatlns to rallroad and stcnmhoat trnvel. G. W. Valentlne. nlljred absconder of funds from the Colonlrl bsnk, New York, has surrendered to the Salem (X. C.) polico. Newport Knval RrKrrri Won. NEWPORT, It. I., Mnrch lO.-The Newport uavnl reserves dcfrated the Unlvorslty of 1'cnnsylvanur basket ball team here. The seore was 14 to 7. Moirntl Blntched "Wltli Yonnfr Corbett MILWAUKEK, Mnrch lO.-Tommy Mowatt o...

Publication Title: Bennington Evening Banner, The
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington evening banner. — 19 March 1904

Boys' andj)idr,cns' Spring and Saster SuifeFrom ?2.00 to $6.00. X New' Stock of Buster Brown Suits For Children. from 3 to 8 yeiirs. Childron's Suits. tS.OO io $18 00. Mon's Spring and Easter Overcoats from $8.00 to $18.00. Nobby Rain Coats from $10.00 to $18.00, genuino Cravenotto. Spring and Easter Hats from 50 cents to 83.00. Spring aua easter uaps, m anu ou cenis SDrintr and Easter Trousers from $1.00 to 0.00. Fancy Hose, 15 and 25 cents, Pancy SIrlng Shirts from 50 cents to $1.00 to $3.50. YOUNG MEN'S SUITS from $5.00 to 12.00 for Spring and Easter wenr. MULLIGAN & R0CHE TheLeadlnf Clothlers, Hattern Furnishors and Custom Tallors, 409 Maln St., Bonnlngton, Vt. JUST RECEIVED Men'a Waterpr'oof Seal Shoes. Justihedlnng foi v i. iius wcuuivr 'I., i Anqther lot of Z SffOES for women. Notlring like thetn for comfort. Agent for tho New Hoino aud AVhcoler & Wllson Smvlng MnohiticH. TRAVEUNQ SALESMEN WANTED WHITINC NURSERY CO. BOLTON, MASS. Finest now fruit specialtios over of e...

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