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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington banner and reformer. — 19 February 1903

) THE BANNER AND Orange Choice Calif ornia Navels Good size and sweet; been sold evrrywhere this winter at 40c and 45c per dozen. Our price while this lot lasts, and tbere are 1 500 of them, 29c Per Dozen One more lot of Valencia Oranges. 2100' in this lot. while they last, N 21 for a Quarter Everyone cau afford oranges at tbese prices. We are stili selling large faucy Leraons 19 for 25c, and they re selling fast. E. E. HART WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER CHOICE ASSORTMENT OF NEW EMBROIDERIES The Spring patterns just received. WHITE AND COLORED WASH FABRICS TRY ONE OF OUR FAMOUS KABO CORSETS They will both fit and please you. TWO STORES, 453 AND BENNINGTON First National Bank Buildingr, Bennington. Vt. CAPITAL S25.000 By an act of the General Assembly of Vermont thls Company is empowerod to act as executor, admlnlstra tor, guardlan, recelver, assignee or trustee. The Company also aots as agent in the purchase and sale of stocks, btr.ds, roal estate, and in placing of loans. jLmarket fo...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner And Reformer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington banner and reformer. — 19 February 1903

THE BANNER AND REFORMER, FEBRUARY 19, 19&ts. Pinkham's Vegetable "When a physician tells a woman srtffering vrith ovarian or -vomb troublo that an oporation is neces sary, it of courso frightens her. Tho very thought of the oporating table ancl tho knife strikes terror to her heart. .And our hospitals aro full of vromcn vcho are thore for ovarian and womb oporations ! . It is quito truo that theso troubles may rcach a Btago vhero an opcration is tho only resqurce, but Buch cases aro much rarcr than is generally sup posed, because a great many vvonicn havo bcen cured by Mrs. Pinkham's medicine aftor tho doctors had paid tlio operation must bo performed. Lydia. E. Pinkham's Vcgctnble Compound has been very successful in curing ovarian troubles. In fact, up to tho point where the knifo must boused to Becuro instant rolief, this medicino is ccrtain to help. Ovarian troubles nro caslly dcvclopcd from n'oml) troubles, and vromb troubles nro so very common that ovnritls is steadlly on ...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner And Reformer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington banner and reformer. — 19 February 1903

THE BANNER A.ND Dyspeptics hv r uik j -j Cure that casc of Constipation it becomes cnronic. laice hyer: and Tonic Pelleu, the only andttoes not gtt in her way. and niakeconfinned invallds. Kmons aci genwy aud leave the syttem Somplo and Complete 35 days O. E. CIBSON. A SHIRT TAL MANY a man obtalns the only polish that evercomes to hlm in a journey through llfo from his laundryman. A white shirt hldes many a grimy skln and a broad, snowy shirt front laundered by Wrlghtproperly hedged about with one of Burt Bros.' elght dollar buits makes a seven dollar clerk the peer for the time being of the coal baron's son.. 91 $1 Wright, The Laundryman BOSTON & MAINE RAILROAD. Corrcetcdto Dco. I. 1003. Tralm. leave Ben nington dally.cxcept Sunday, unless otherwlse noted. THAI.NS LEAVINCJ. TOTHOV a.m.,a.m. p.m. p.m. p.m IiV Hennlnirton M.30 7 5.1 12.25 3.107.40 " No. UennlnKton 1. 8.09 12.35 3.25 tM " White Creek -18.13 112.39 17.60 Wiilloorasno 8.18 12.41 8.08 ', North Hooslck 8.22 12.18 8.07...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner And Reformer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington banner and reformer. — 19 February 1903

THE BANNER AND REFORMER, FEBRUARY 19, 1903. AT NOYEC K'S New Wnsh Waists for early wear 50c, 75c, $1.00 and $1.19. New Silk Waists in tnffeta and Peau de Soie at $3.75, $4.50 and $5.75. ' . New Ladies' Neckwear and collar edges in tiem stitclied and embroidered at 10c, 15c and 25c. New display of new Ladies' Muslin Underwear at very low prices. We still continue to close the remaiuder o our Winter Cloaks, Skirts and Hats atsacrificing prices. N. NOYECK 437 Main Street. Ilawks Block. Opposito Methodist Ohurch. SPRING iiii Particular Women OAN ALWAYS PIND WHAT IS DESIRABLE AND NEW AT OUR SILK DEPARTMENT. THIS YEAR IS NO EXOEPTION. THE ASSORTMENT OP ME DIUM AND HIGH-OLASS SILKS IS TODAY AT ITS BEST. WE QUOTE A PEW OF THE SPEOIALS ; Libertv Satins For Shirt Waist Suits in a great variety of small designs Polka Dota, Crescents and dash figures on Blue, Black and White grounds. 6SC g&ilCCi. Silk Foulards In Blue grounds with colored figures a new. spring nov- eity, , 98c y&uccL Ta...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner And Reformer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington banner and reformer. — 26 February 1903

REPORMER BBNNINQ-TON, VT., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1903, VOL. LXIII, NO. 5. BENNINGTON BANNER STRANGE OLD CASE. Murder Case That Atlracted ihe Attentlon of theWorld. ' Tho reoent murder of Marcus Rogers, still frosh in tho publio ralnd, recalls to memory tho oaso o( Stophon and Jesso Boorns of Manchester, ono of tho most colebrated murdor casos over trlod in Amprloa. Jesso and Stophon Boorns wore two hrothors, who lived in Manchostor in tho early part of the contury just pass- cd. Russoll Colvin, who had niar- ried thoir sister, was a uian of woak and not porfectly balancod mind and for that roason was somewhajt of : burden tq the faraily of his brothers In law. Theso threo raon wore working to- gether in tho ilolds, May 10, 1812 whcn a violont quarrol aroso and ono of tho brothers struok Colvin on the hoad with a club, felling him to tho ground. Whon tho brothers roturned homo, Colvin was not with them. Ho had disappeared. Suspicions, that Colvin had been murdorcd, arouscd by his co...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner And Reformer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington banner and reformer. — 26 February 1903

THE BANNER AND REFORMER, HIRT TALE K"NY a man obtains the only pollsh that vrr comes to him ln a j jrney through ltfe 'nm hl3 laundryman. vv'iiie shirt hldes it r a grlmy skin and n oroaxl, snowy shlrt jti ont Jaundorad by W ri jhtproperly hedged a inut with one o,f Burt ti js.' elght dollar tuits n aues a soven dollar -erK the peer for the - Tr belng of the coal iroti'sson. & 9 V V V fright, The Laundryman 7$t.iE55nU.E5E TKOY'S OREAT COMMERCIAL SCH00L Establlshed 43 ycars Jlfers I cntures which cannot bo found (a nny otherscbool. andreds of graduatcs placed ln post "tons annually. Stiyjfor & new Ktl Cataloguo. Pyspepsia Ctire Digests what you eat. fThfg nrenaratlon contalns all of the r Bdigestants and dlgcsts all klnds of racKi. 11 givcs mstaat renei anu never fails to curc. It allows you to eat all thefood youwant. Thomostsepsltlvo stomachs can tako It. By Itsuso many thousands of dyspcptlcs navo been curcd af Ur cverythlng elso fallcd. It ts uccJiu-illcd for allstomach t...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner And Reformer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington banner and reformer. — 26 February 1903

FEBfUJYHY 2i. IbCi WOODFORD MANCHESTER ! HOOSICK . ' r .r The Old Phoenix Life Insurance Co. AGENTS A Few Rellable Men Can In this scctlon of the statc. Expcrt Asslstance Free. Contlnuous Rcnewal Contrnct TJ1E PHOENIX STANDS ALWAYS FOR LOWRATES LARQE DIV1DENDS LIBERALPOLIC1ES Itscopyrlghtcd Investmentpollcygtiarantecs $1,500 In cash at maturlty for cach dendslnadditlon. ItsNcwAcccleratlve2oPrcmiurn Ufe pollcy Is lully pald up Premlum Life rates. Atfrnctlve Pollcles. , Q . B. Addrcss Drawer 8 HAltTFOltD, &tS AG-fcEATHlT." Wo mude a grcat hlt, wlion wo tnndo famlllv washlngs a epcclnity at our lauudrv. Sovcral pcopte took advatitagc o our liberal oller and thov uro nll sntla tlcd. tor tliey alt recoinmend our work to bc flrst-class. , , t , We also tum out flrat-class sblrt, col laratrl cufTwork. Wo give epeclal at tentlon to ladies tlne nrtlclus ; such as akirts, shlrt walBts.underclothes andetc. All tlils work is undcr gaurantee, if anv lmrm should happcn to the goods wo wlil ch...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner And Reformer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington banner and reformer. — 26 February 1903

THE BANNER AND REFORMER, FEBP.UARY 26, 1908. NEWS GF BENNINGTON TOLD IN BRIEF Ear) Smith vislted in Arastordara and Sdapnectady last week. Mr and Mrs Mlnor Clovoland aro re j oleing over tho birth of'n daughter. Mr and Mrs Harry C. Shields havt one to Moxico for a short ploasuro trip. C. W. Brown, proprietor of tho Hoosick Valloy Domocrat, was in tho vlllacre last Saturday Mi-s Lucy Childs, formorly of Ben nington, passed !ast wook with her sunt. Mrs Wm Lord Hall in Troy. John Powors is horao from Norwlck Untverslty, that institutlon havlng -closod for two wceks on account of an oMdcraic of iho grip. Mtss Nollie Patchon loft Saturday for Springflold, Mass., whero sho will spnd the noxt two months vlsiting hor slstor, Mrs G. K. Turncr. Uilliam n. Lundergan and Miss Ltoic Roblnson woro among thoso who accompanled tho remains of Mrs Patrick White to New York and at o ndcd tho funoral thoro. Letters reccntly recolvcd from B. A. Fryer, for soveral yoars superintond nt of tho Bradford rai...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner And Reformer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington banner and reformer. — 26 February 1903

THE BANNERAND REFORMER, FEBRUARY 26, 1903. BENNINGTON BRIEFS. GOLD MBDAL FLOUR Has long beui known by the best bread makers in tliia section as the best bread flour that ever came into this lown. Otber wild cat branclies come and go but Gold Medal has stood the test for years and " is more popular now than ever. Wlien llour advanced a few weeks since we bad seven hundred barrelB bought. We propose to offer you afc special prices for eight days for spot casb. GOLD MBDAL FLOUR PER BBL. $4.60 " 1-2 BbL $2.45, 1-4 BH. Sack$1.15, 1-8 BblYack 60c. 15 cents per barrel extra if cbarged. E. E. HAST WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER CHOICE ASSORTMENT OF NEW EMBROIDERIES Tbe Spring patterns juat received. WHITE AND COLORED WASHFAB RICS TRY ONE OFOUR FAMOUS KABO CORSETS They will botb fit and please.you. TWO STORES. 453 AND 457 MAIN STREET WHIST Orl'll Pok-er Pltch the Hearts out of you," said the Chip to the Pack of Cards. "Eu-cre," repliedthe Jokor, I'll drum a Fan Tan on your bald pate with my Pi-...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner And Reformer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington banner and reformer. — 26 February 1903

THE BANNER AND A Danger Period Through Which Every Woman Must Pass. Owing to inodern metbods of living', not ono woman in a thousand npproachea this porfectly natural chano without oxperiencitig a train oi very annoying and somotimes painful symptoms. At this iwriod a woman indicates a tcndency towards obcsity or tumorous growths. Tlioso drcadful hot flashes, sending the blood surging to tho heart until it scems ready to hurst, and tho faint feeling that follows, somc times with chills, as if tho heart -were going to stop forever, are only a iow of tho symptoms of a daugerous nervous troublo. Tho nerves aro crying out for assistanco. The cry should bo heeded in timo. L-ydla E. Pinlchnm's Vcgctablc Compoiuul was prepared to mcct tho needa of vvoman's system at this trying porioil of lior Iife, and all women who use it pass through this trying period with comfort and safety. TWO COLUHNS OF PROOF. " Dhah Mics PiSKitAM : I was sick nd notliing' scemcd to do rae any good until I bcgan tn...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner And Reformer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington banner and reformer. — 26 February 1903

THE BANNER ND Dyspeptics -A rmrt Anv u 3 VLlSi limui. vivi; J ( - Cure tbat caseof Constipation and Indigestioo before it bccomcs HVER nnd Tonic Pellets, the only and does not get m her way. and malteconfirmed invalids. Kamou's act gentiy aud leave the aystenv Samole and Complcte Treatment a.S days 35 cts. O. E GIBSOW, A BENNINGTON BOY. Rcv. B. A. Cunningham Now a Wtll Known Louljville Pritst. Tho following from the Loulsville, Ky .Tournal will be of local intcrest from the fact that Ucv Bornard A. t'unninghnm referred to is a Benning ton boy vvho is fast rising to a high place in church circlos. Mrs Whallon was a spcclal frlend and patron of the .young rainister when he flrst went to Loulsville:-r The funeral of Mrs John Whallen took place this tnorning at 11 o'clock from thp family restdence. It was 0110 of tho largest that over occurrod in tho city. All present, without exception, showed sentlmtmts of deep grief at the sudden death of this goud woman. The requiem eulogy was dellv...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner And Reformer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington banner and reformer. — 26 February 1903

THE BANNER AND REFORMER, FEBRUARY 26, 1S03. AT N OYECK'S New Wa3h Waists for early wear 50c, 75c, 1.00 and $1.19. . 4 New Silk Waists in taffeta and Peau (le Soie at $3.75, 4.50 and $5.75. , ; New Ladies' Neokwear and collar edges in hem stitclied and embroidered at 10c, 15c and 25c. New display of new Ladies' Musliu Underwear at very low prices. ' We still continue to closfe the remainder of our Winter Cloaks, Skirts and Hats at sacrificing prices. N. NOVECK 437 Main Street. Hawks Block. Opposito Methodist Church. Tie I jiiiiIiii! M IR NOT EXACTLY YOUR OWN PRICES But prices so greatly reduced and values so great tliat buying is very easy. We carry a cornplete line of Dinncr Sets, Toilet Sets, Fancy China Glass, Tin, Steel Enamel and wooden ware. You can buy more for a dollar at Moore's Combination Casb Store jtlinn a dollar will buy elsewhere. Take a look at our new ten cent assortraents and be convinced. I JOHN H. IU, -142 ORTH ST.i g. v. s. . QUACKENBUSH & co. TROY, N. Y. -Tl...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner And Reformer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington banner and reformer. — 5 March 1903

BENNINGTON BANNER m REFORMER. VOL. LXIII, BENNINGTON, VT.f THUBSDAY, MAROH 5, 1903. NO. a MRS. LYMAN W. CLARK. Dtath of a Descendant of Undlord Fay of Early History Fame. Mrs Ellon F. Clark, widow of tho lato Major Lyman W. Clark of Bos ton, dlod on Saturday ovenlng, Feb ruary 28, 1003, at the rosldonco of Mrs Honry "VV. Seott, corner Pleasant and Wlllow-sts., inthis villngb, aged 01 years. Mrs Clark was a natlvo of thls vll laso, wns a daughtor of tho lato Rc solva Gago and Beulah Scott Gage, his wlfo, who for many years roslded at tho corner of North and Gage-sts. Sho was a dlrect doscondant of Land lord Pay, one of tho historical char actors of thls town in Rovolutlonary timos, and of Major, Samuel Bllllnps who jfo..ght ln tho Battlo of Bunker Hlll, and of Jonnthnn Scott, ono of tho ploneer settlers of Bennington, Sho was a mombor of Sf Potor's Eplscopal church ln thls villago, tbe soolety of tho Daiightors of tho Atnori can Revolutton, and of Uie Daughtors of Vermont, and also t...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner And Reformer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington banner and reformer. — 5 March 1903

THE BANNER AND REFORMER, m A ROU r 4ara HIRT TALE r AN Y a man obtains the only polish that overcomes to him lna journey through llfe from hls laundryman. A white shirt hides many a grlmy skln and a broad, snowy shirt front laundored by Wrlghtproperly hedged about with one of Burt Bros.' elght dollar buits makas a seven dollar clerk the peer for the time belng of the coal "aron'sson. Wright, The Laundryman TKOY'S GltEAT COMMERCIAL SCHOOL Estnbllahcd 43 ycars U'cs fcaturcs whlch cannot bc found m nny other sohool. Hundreds of itraduates placcd ln post tions annually. Scnd for a new rl Catalosue. CROUP Croup and Inflimmatlon of ths larynx are Instantly TelieYed and permanently cured by tha uso o On Mlnute Coueh Cure. Thla never lalllne prescrlrtlon 0 in emlnent phy sldin wis elven tha nme of ONE MJNUTE COUGH CURE becauae Instant rellef has aiwara loiiowea iu use. lt tikej eflect at the seat of tha troubla and acti on tha Inflamed membranes In (tead of passlng whotly Into tha (tomach a...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner And Reformer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington banner and reformer. — 5 March 1903

THE BANNER AND REFORMER. MARCH C 1903. MANCHESTER SANDGATE ISOUTH SHAFTSBURY! B3BliSIBJIilBBBBlBSBBBBHiBBS3ifilaJK(BHiSlr5(HESijH5S2E ydnr Gray halrs often stand ln tho way of ndvancement forboth men and womcn, socially and in business. Many men are fatling to secure Rood positions tust because they look " too old," and no one knows how many women liave bcen disappointed n life because they have falled to preserve that attractiveness whlch so fargely depends on the halr. HAY'S HAIR-HEALTH has been a blesslng to thousands. It ts a halr food. no,irt.W"6 tho roots, forclnp j;"" covcrlngtald.potJ.reJtorinc frethness and hfe.andpojaW.lytringsUcka rtolta youimui beauty iod color. Hay'i tlalMtealth is not o dye. and its use cannot be dcteUed. LARQB 50c. BOTTLES. AT LEADINO DRUOaiSTS. Free Soap OnerZm Cut out and slpn thls eoupon !n fi d?ys. uVe It to iny of the "J2."? "J1"1 i. "' u. t,,,!. of fiv' Halr-Health and a 35c. cake of Hartlna nedlcatea soap. the 4 .oap fS IU Slp,(?omp L, L.h and ...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner And Reformer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington banner and reformer. — 5 March 1903

THE BANNER AND REFORMER, MARCH 6, 1003. NEWS OF BENNINGTON TOLD IN BRIEF Miss Ada Hoylo of Pittsfield, Mass., 1s visiting Miss Mildred Pcolor. Mrs F. R. Morrls ia visiting frionds in Philadelphla and Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania. Mrs Edward Green of Dowoy-at has becn qulto ill for tlio past weok witli a sovere cpld. Rev Frank R. Morris has Rono to Fairhavon whoro ho will bo two wcoks, .asslsting in conductlng rovival sor-, vlws. The jiresont board of trusteoshold 4 ho last rnoeting of tho ycar Monday ovening. With tlio oxception of aud iting a nurabor of bills which tho in coming board will have to pay, no business was transacted. Tho gunbo'at Bennington, namcd after the battlo of Bennington, will shortly go into coramission aftor hav ing rccelvcd oxtenslvo repairs at tlio Mare Island Navy Yard. Tbe vessol, which will bo in command of Com inandcr Chauncey Thomas, will bo added to tho PaciUo squadron. RobertH. Hunt ' and ' Fred Hlll of North New Salom, Mass., and Jim Moon of Petorsburgh a...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner And Reformer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington banner and reformer. — 5 March 1903

THE BANNERAND REFORMER, MARCH 6,10O3 . BENNINGTON BRIEFS. Se ASK FOR THE SHOE forTmen We are now prepared to show and Invlte "your ln spectlon and crltlcisms at HART'S PARLOR SHOE STORE WASHABLE LINENS OPE&tiED THIS WEEK. WHITE GOODS FOR WAISTG MERCERIZED MADRAS PLAIN AND STRIPE OXFORDS PLAIN AND FANCY PIQUES Also dninty patterns in Colored Wash Fabrics. TWO STORES. 453 AND 457 MAIN STREET WHIST Or I'll Pok-er Pitch tho Hearts out of you," said the Chlp to the Pack of Cards. "Eu-cre," repliod tho Joker, I'll drum a Fan Tah onyourbald pato with my Pl-nochlo'if you go stacking around rae," "Come, come, boys! don't shuffle," ch'imed in tho DIco: "Suffering Old Maid, can't you get along wlthout ordering each other up the whole time? Yours alnt the worst Cas-l-no. We all camo from Griswold's, so let's be friends Lot's shake, that's my motto." And they shook,, Everything in out-door games. Tally Cards, WhlstTrays, Counters, "Booby" Prizes, etc. GRISWOLD Sport-Music-Art- Stationery BEN...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner And Reformer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington banner and reformer. — 5 March 1903

THE BA.NNER AND Tho renl heroines of ovcry day aro in our homes. Frequently, how evor, it is a mistaken nnd usQless heroisni. wbraen scem. to listen to every call of dnty cxcept tho supremo ono that tclls thcm to guard thoir health. IIow much harder tho daily tasko bccomo when somo dcrangement of tho female organs makes cvery movoraont 'painful and keoiw tho norvous pystem unstrung? Irritability takes tho placo of happincss and amiability : and weaknesa and sufforing takes tho placo of health and strength. As long aa they can drag thomselves around, Tvomen continuo to work and perform their household duties. Tliey havo been led to beliove that sufforing is necessary becauso they aro women. "Wliatamistakel ' Tho uso of Iyrta E. Pinkhnm'H.Vcfrctnblo Compound will banish pain and restoro happiness. Don't rcsort to strong stimulants or nar cotics when this great 6trengthening, healing romcdy for women is alvrays within reacn. JFIiEE MEDICAL ADVICE TO WOarEN. If thero is anythlnjr in you...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner And Reformer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington banner and reformer. — 5 March 1903

t THE BANNER A.ND Malarial Wealiness, the terror of strouirmeii the lov of lifeawav aod opens the system to diseose. f Assist Nature, avoid strong and Tonic Pellets will help perfect health, feed'the on tbe cheeks. A TrcaiMcni tnat aciuauy cures without unpleasant sensations. Sorople andDooKIet Froc. Complete O. E. GIBSOftS. EAST RUPERT John Peltler of Salem was tho guost of B. Ludd a few days sinco. Wm Phelp3 passed a part of last week wlth his son, Herbert, in Pawlet. Paul Towsley and wifo of Manches ter Center woro visltlng at hls parents Sunday. Frank Danforth and family havo moved to Pawlet, we shall miss thera very much. Geo Baker and famlly are soon to inove to Danby whero ho lias engagod to make cheoso tho comlng season. Leo E.f.rwood and family have mov ed to North Rupert whero he will work the comlng season for O. P. Black. Mr and Mrs Hard of Manchester Center have bcen stopplng for soveral weeks wlth thelr daughter, Mrs John Frost. S. Nichols and N. McWaln of Dor set took...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner And Reformer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bennington banner and reformer. — 5 March 1903

THE BANNER AND REFORMER, MARCH B, 1003, AT NOYECK'S New Wnsli Waists for enrly wenr 50c, 75c, $1.00 and $1.19. New Silk Waists in taffeta and Pe'au de S6ie at 3.75, 4.50 and $5.75. New Ladies' Neckwear and collar edgea iu hein stitclied and embroidered at 10c, 15c and 25c. New display of new Ladies' Muslin Underwear at very low prices. We still continue to close tbe remainder of oir Winter "Cloaks, Skirts and Hats atsacrificing prices. N. NOYECK 497 Main Street. Hawks Block. Opposite Mcthodist Cburch. 1 CiifllllilliiH MSte NOT EXACTLY YOUR OWN PRICES But prices so greatly reduced and values so great that buying is very easy. "We carry a complete linc of D'mner Sets, . Toilet Sets, Fancy Ohina, Glass,. Tin, Steel Enamel and wooden ware. You can buy more for a dollar at Moore's Combination Casli Store tban a dollar will buy elaewliere. Take a look at our new ten cent assortraents and be convmced. 142 NORTH ST. Spring-Time Preparatory Sale of PET QUACKENBUSH'S TROY, N. Y. Imitationbarg...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner And Reformer
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