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NORWICH BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY,. JANUARY 13, 1909.
MURRAY'S Boston Store WILLIMANTIC, CONH. The Great Bargain Event . Is Now In Progress I Our January Sale Tha on great merchandise event of the year. A time when opportunities for money-saving are many and tempt ing. All through the store bargain offerings are displayed, goods new and desirable at prices far below value. WOOLEN DRESS FABRICS Suitings of chiffon Panama, broad cloth and cheviot, width 6 Inches, $1.50 Fanoy Weave Suitings, width ti inches, 11.00 quality at S6o yard. erfres. Batiste and Cheviot, width &6 inches, 42c yard. 64-lnch Broadcloth, t4a yard. WASH DRESS FABRICS Bert Prints, light and dark colorings, a yard Sc. Best Quality Apron Gingham, a yard M. . Chambrays, a yard Sc. ress Ginghams, a yard 5c, tftc, lie. flannelette, a yard 8 He. 18-lnch Percales, a yard Iflc Galatea Cloth, a yard 15c. HOUSEKEEPING GOODS Cretom.-ca, a yard 8c, Ufto. filikollne. a yard lie Curtain Muslin, a yard 11a. Home-made Comfortables, $1.8t. 11.00 Blankets, a rair 89c 45-Inch Pillow Cases, 11c. Muslin Sheets, 39c, 60c. tl-lnch Brown Sheeting, a yard 22c. ,l-lnoh Bleached Sheeting, a vard 4C English Long doth, twelve yards for Bleached Mercerized Table Damask, yard 21c. 72-Jnch Halt Bleached Damask, a yard 75o. Full Bleaohed Linen Damask, a vard tic Table Kapklns. a dffn S5 ju.S'i. Abeorbent Diaper, ten vard.s 4.c. Twilled Cotton Towelinp, a yard 5r. J by 12 ft Tapestry Rues, S1 l.no. ( Knlfeless Food Chonrw-rn. $1 "t. 1 Nickeled Lamp, complete, $l.r.9. The H. C. Murray Co. Agents Ladies' Home Journal Paper Patterns. Janl2d HIRAM N. FENN, . UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER ti Church St., Willimantic. CL Telephone. Lady Assistant, PATTISON'S the home of delicious confections. When you think of entertaining think of Pattison'a Ice Cream and Ices, be caase no entertainment Is complete . unless you serve Pure Ice Cream. Yon wi:l always find Pattlson's the most delicious and wholesome, for all in gredients are thoroughly tested thus insuring absolute purity. W. uj. only rich, fro h Craata Is Mr factor,. Just 'phone us and we can furnish you with any quantity or flavor you wish as well as brick Ice Cream or fancy moulds. PA'iTISON'S, 736 Main St.. sept22d Willimantic Cnh. ELMORE & SBEPARD, 8j .-ccssors to Sessions & Elmore) Emba!mcrs and Funsra! Directors, 60-62 North Street. ' Telephone connection. Winter Horse Goods. Full line JiiFt rereivert. A complete assortment f.f f:i;mk-is. both stable and street. The place Ih A. It. Bl'llXHAW, Valley Street. IVilllmnatle. Best Coffee in the city guaranteed as well as everything In the Quick Lunch line at STEARNS . ROSEBROOKS, 7 Railroad St., Willimantio, Conn. Never Closed. whm too want to mi your un Dea. he tor vne uuo'lo. intra la na mn- ilium better man mrcusti the advertis ing columns ot Tha Bulletin. $1 1 6 06 is enough to give your child a start in life. This can be accomplished by parents depositing $i each week dur ing his minority in our bank. Most, children knowing that a bank account has been started for them, will make continuous effort to add to the amount of their savings thus accumulating a fund which will later en able them to start in business well equipped for success. Open an account at once $i is enough we pay inter est compounded semi-annually. Deposits made on or before April ioth will bear interest from April 1st. Willimantic Savings institute H. C. MURRAY, Prest Wiliimaritic.Danieison and WILLIMANTIC. Windham National Bank Holds An nual Meeting Guilford Smith Re elected President. The stockholders of the Windham National bank held their annual meet ing Tuesday forenoon, when these di rectors were re-elected: Guilford Smith, Frank F. Webb, henry Larra bee, Samuel L. Burlingham. William A. King. Addison Kings-bury, George E. Stiles. Richard G. Waterous, H. Clinton Lathrop. The directors then met and re-elected the following offi cers: President. Guilford Smith; vice president, Frank F Webb; cashier, H. Clinton Lathpop; assistant cash ier, Edgar E. J3ass; teller, Herbert D. Pollard; bookkeepers, Giles H. Alford, A. W. Buchanan; clerks, Harold S. Maine, OeWitt C. Lathrop. (Business Changes. Elmer M. Young, who has been con ducting business on Church street, is to move his store to the Turner block on the same street. In the store that has been occupied by W. S. Martin. Mr. Martin will continue his business, but It will be in his studio on Church street, where he has made more room by utilizing the basement as a work room. High School Schedule Not to Be Changed. It has Anally been decided not i change the schedule at the Windham high school, as was planned for this IL ' J i . 1 lit; yuitin x. ... - " J -vdistricts are making an extra effort to gei xo scnooi on umu mann ing, and since the new vear they have been in the building and ready for the opening of school. An appeal was sent to the trolley and railroad peopie who bring many of the pupils to school, and both com panies ar endeavoring to keep their trains fid cars on scheduled time and so tlye children have been arriving on tiine. Under the present schedule chool opens at 9.15 a. m. and closes at 1.40 p. m. which is but ten minutes longer than last term. The period set aside for lunch commences at 31.20 and con cludes at 11.40. .o long as the pres ent prompt arrival of the different pu pils continues no change in the school schedule will be made and classes at the school will not be disarranged to any material extent. OBITUARY. James Day. James Day, aged 64 years, died at his home early Tuesday morning after n fortnight's illness. Mr. Day had lived in South Coventry for many im-s and well known there and all lh- nearby towns. I'.f is survived bv a widow and five children. Thn children are Mrs. Cath- roio In-rustier of Three Rivers, Mass.. ii' d .Mary. Anna, Cecelia and Richard Day of .South Coventry. The funeral will be in South Coventry. Mrs. Albert Lambert. Mrf. Mary Gelinas, wife of Albert Lambert, died at her home, 9 Arnold's Uine, at 3.30 o'clock Tuesday mornirig, tram pneumonia. Mrs. Lambert was tHkcn ill only lairt Wednesday with w"t was supposed to b grip, but ..hich developed into pneumonia, and she rapidly grew worse until her depth. .She was 38 years old last month. Mrs. Lambert was an excep tionally good, home loving woman, thoroughly devoted to her family. Be sides her husband there survive these children, Wilfred. Fidelia and Adrian Lambert. She is also survived by her father. Alphonse Gelinas of this city, and these brothers and sisters, Alder man A. L. Gelinas, Edmond Gelinas, Mrs. Delphis Boucher, all of Willi mantic; Sister Mary Lucia, of the Academy of the Holy Family. Baltic, and Miss Clara Gelinas of this city. i Enjoyable Masked Ball. Council Ste. Cecile, St. Jean Baptlste d'Amerlque, gave a private masquer ade ball, in their rooms In the old ar mory on Center street Tuesday. The affair was a most enjoyable one and was for ladies only. It Is said thai the costumes worn were decidedly fetching and created much merriment among the members in attendance. Music was furnished by an orchestra composed of members and everything in connection with the event was In the hands of the fair sex. Dainty re freshments were served during the Headaches and Xenralgla from Celdi, LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine, the world wide Cold and Grip remedy, re moves cause. Call for full name. Look for signature E. W. GROVE. 25c. Th AFTER WASHING. while skin is dripping wet, rub In Sat in Hkin Cream. Quickly absorbed, feeds skin, prevents wrinkles, renews day's waste. Use cold water in morning; ap ply Satin Skin Powder. Makes a satin skin. 25c. All leading druggists. 6 L. M. REED has the agency for the Travelers Ufa and Accident Co. of Hartford, Ct., and the United States Health and Acci dent Ins. Co. of Saginaw, Mich. Writ for rates and full particulars. . Box 231. Willimantio, Ct. JAMES C. SMALL, 1 Blacksmith and flap Repairing AT SHORT NOTICE. Bank otrest. ...... Willimantio. and more N. D. WEBSTER, Treas. evening. The committee In charge of arrangements comprised Mrs. J. B. Paulhus, Miss Aurore Loiselle and Miss Alico C. Lemmelin. PETITION DENIED For .Removal of .A. J. 'Bowen as Con servator of A. J. Rindge. Tuesday morning attorneys were no tified by Judge of Probate William H. Burnhamtof Hampton of the denial of the petition for the removal of A. J. Bowen as conservator over A. J. Rindge. The petitioner in the case asked that no conservator be appointed. First Selectman John H. Fltts was In at tendance at the hearing and opposed this, contending that there should be someone to act as conservator. At the hearing Attorney Bowen represented Selectman Kitts. It was borught out that Mr. Rindge is much better oft with a conservator than he was be fore, because he now has the farm to cultivate practically as before, and the produce from the same is also sup plemented with regular cash allow ances. The value of the estate is limited, and the problem seems to be to make tne little there ; go as far as possi ble, there being no available funds for litigation or luxuries to any amount. The judge held that there was not sufflclen' evidence to show that An drew J Rindge is restored to the nec essary ability or capacity to assume th care of himself and manage his o n. affairs within the meaning of the statute. Local Notes. Hollls H. Lyman" was a Hartford visitor Tuesday. E. G. Hatheway left Tuesday for Brookline, .Mass., to visit his brother for a few days. Dr. F. E. Wilcox was in Norwich Tuesday, attending the quarterly meeting of the trustees of the Nor wich hospital for the insane.. Miss Anna L, Bates, who Is on a leave of absence for two or three weeks from her duties as a teacher in the Windham high school, is vis iting friends in Manchester. Edgar E. Bass, assistant ashler at the Windham National bank, has re turned from a trip to New Vork. He called on George Lincoln, the aged f;Jher of G. Arthur Lincoln, at New Rochflle, N. y. The latter, who mys teriously disappeared from his home some weeks ago, Is still unheard from, absolutely no trace of him being ob tained to date. Personals. H. Remington was in Boston Tues day. Edear.O. Hatheway was in Boston Tuesday.' M. E. Sullivan of Colchester was here Tuesday. Archie Fournier is spending a few das in Hartford. Mrs. Charles Boss wag a New Lon don visitor Tuesday. Harry Potter has gone to Seymour, Conn., where he is to locate. Miss Marlon Hall of Prospect street was a Hartford visitor Tuesday. William A. Vanderman has gone to Hartford on a short business trip. Mis3 Ida Hall of South Willinton was a Willimantic visitor Tuesday. Mrs. C. Henry and daughter Ruth of North Windham spent Tuesday in town. A. C. Klnnle has returned to Spring field after spending a few days at the home of Edmund Smith, on Union street. Miss Hattie Smith has returned to Springfield after spending a few days at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Smith of Union street. DANIELSON. Older Children to County Home, Mrs. Thomas Ryall and .Younger Children Co to Town Farm Bonneau-Goyetto Marriage National Bank Election. With no visible means of support, nnd i.e procpect of any, with one chi d (lead and three others committed to the county home, the remnant of the family of Thoniaa Ryall, consisting of his wife and two small children, were taken to the town farm near Dayvllla Tuesday. Ryall was arrested a few days ago for complicity in several re cent burglaries in Danielson and is now awaiting trial at Brooklyn Jail under bonds of $2,000. The rapid dissolution of the family, consisting of hi wife and six little children, since Ryall's arrest has re vealed a story of destitution and rep rehensible living such as seldom comes to light in towns of this size. Of the children, William, who passed his ninth birthday Jan. 1, is the eldest. The youngest, an infant of nine months, died Tuesday morning and tha little life was probably blotted out for lack of care. Mrs. Ryall told Chief Pilling that the children had been ill with the measles but she had no money to employ a physician and cared for them herself, giving them aa occa sional dose of Castoria, Three of the children, William, 9, Carrie, 7, and Fred, 5, were born to Mrs. Ryall by a former husband and bear the name of Luce. They have not for that reason, however, fared any better or any worse than the younger ones that have come of tnelr mother's union with Ryall and all have shared equally In a poverty more pitiful because of the avoidable circumstances that has produced it. Debauchery on the part of the parents has deprived the children of nearly every essential necessary to their health, comfort, morals and mental development. Unkempt, Illy clad, poor ly nourished and with no restraining influence, the arm of the law haa of necessity and with mercy Intervened and, though separated, perhaps forever, no one familiar with th circumstances under which they had come to live can doubt thnt it will be for their per manent good. ' William, Carrie and Fred, all surnamed Luce, are the chil dren taken to the county home near Putnam. Willie Is the boy who gave the information to the police leading to the arrest of his step-father and the latter's accomplice and assistant In the burglaries charged, James Hughes, a brother of Mrs. Ryall. Willie was also taken along to assist In the burg laries. Fred, his 5 year old brother, was without shoes when preparations wera being made to take him to the county home and the little fellow was carried in the arms of an officer to a nearby shoe store to receive the first pair of shoe that has covered his feet in many a day. The family had a tenement In what is known as White's building on Rail road square. , During tho time they have lived In Danielson they mingled very little with the town people and were practically unknown until the arrests were made and the sequel to that incident occurred Tuesday. WINDHAM COUNTY NATIONAL BANK Holds Annual Meeting on Tuesday Morning. Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock the annual meeting of the directors of the Windham County National bank was held in their banking rooms in the Phoenix building. The present board of directors, which Is as follows, were elected without exception: J. Arthur Atwood. T. E. Hopkins, A. J. Bitgood, Moosup, Judge M. A. Shumway, Clar ence A. Potter, Brooklyn, C. C. Young. Rowland . Jaraea,-Kalhatn d Jfriuca, Edwin Milner, Mooeup. The officers will be elected at a meeting next Mon day. The past year has been one of satisfactory progress with the bank, which opens the new year under very favorable circumstances. WEDDING. Goyette Bonneau. At St. James' church Tuesday morn ing Mlsg Blanche Bonneau, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Pierre 'Bonneau, of Cot tage street, and Napoleon Goyette were united In marriagu. The ceremony was performed and the nuptial mass was celebrated bv Rev, I. H. C. Davignon of Manchester. N. H., uncle of the bride; The bridal couple wera attend ed by their respective fathers, Pierre Bonneau and Antoine Goyette, of Na tick. R. I. Mr. and Mrs. Goyette left on a morning train for a wedding trip. They will make their home in Daniel son, where the groom Is an overseer in the mill of the Danielson Cotton com pany. NINETY DAYS G'ven Unworthy Head of Family in Which to Sober Up. Anthony Lamonreaux of Ballouville was sentenced to ninety days in Jail by Deputv Judee Tucker in the town court Tuesday morning. The prisoner, who was charged with intoxication Rnd breach of the peace, drove his family out of dsors on his return from a visit to the roadhouse on the Rhode Island border and threatened to do them injury. OBITUARY. Mrs. Lavina Lavender. Mrs Lavina Lavender, 88. died at her home in the rear of the Central house Tuesday morning. Death fol lowed an operation for appendicitis which she underwent a few days ago. She leaves her husband, who is em ployed near Greene, R. T., a daughter, Amelia, 18, and a son. George, 14, the two latter of Danielson. Briefs and Personals. Rev. Celestin Crozet was a visitor In Hartford Tuesday. Mrs. Florence Nichols of Norwich was the gu?st Tuesday of Danielson friends. O. W. Bowen was a visitor In Hart ford Tuesday. J. McGrath was In Willimantic on Tuesday. A. P. Woodward visited Ashford Tuesday. William Maiden has entered tho mploy of a life insurance company a? an atrent. Robert Hurley of Hartford was a visitor In Danielson Tuesday. PUTNAM. Annual Meeting of First National Bank C. A. C. to Have Baseball Team Weights and Measures to Be Sealed Discomforts of Ice Storm. The annual meeting of the stock holders of the First National bank was h.i in their hankln? rooms Tuesday afternoon. The following board of di rectors was elected tor tne ensuing vear: Joseph W. Cutler, Eugene A. Wheelock, Charles H. Brown, William o Dni-hcc Tnhn F Carnfintpr. Alex ander A. Houghton, Lebbeus E. Smith, Ransom H. Braaiev ana jonn u. toj. Friday afternoon the directors will meet to elect officers. C. A. C. Has Decided to Maintain Baseball Club This Season. The Canadian Athletic club has de cided to maintain a baseball team during the season of 1909 and will send a respreBentative to the meeting of the directors of the Eastern Con necticut league In Danielson Sunday. Peter Bonin has been elected to the manager's berth and will direct the work of the team In conjunction with the new hoard of directors, composed of A. A. Brodeur. Arthur Magnan, Ar mend Magnan, E. Mulre and Ovila Guertin. Manager Mao-nan has been a member of the C. A. C. since its organization. For the past five years he has been the club secretary, and is one of the most popular men In the club. His selection as executive head of the team- is very satisfactory and a successful season Is predicted. To Celebrate Silver Wedding. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. E1II of Mechanic street have invited a imber cf friends to take dinner at their home tomor row (Thursday) evening when they are to observe their silver wedding anniversary. ,r, Little Girl's Death from Diphtheria. Sarah Todd Wheelock. aged 3, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Silas Wheel ock, died late Monday evening of diph theria. The funeral was held Tuesday with burial in Grove street cemetery. At Session of General Assembly. Among tha Putnam men who at tended the session of the legislature at Hartford Tuesday were J. F. Car penter, W. S. Johnson, Leon T. Wil son, Attorney Charles L. Torrejr, At torney F. F. Russell. Unclaimed Letters. Letters addressed as follows remain unclaimed at the Putnam office: Miss Gulal GeaU, Mrs. Frank Lachance, Miss Jessie Sweeny, James Y. Fulton, Frank Norton, Nazaire Parangeran, F. B. Walker, Albert Williams. . , Trembly-Hanson Wrestling Match. Followers of the wrestling game are looking forward to a great match between Trembly of Canada, who claims the lightweight championship of the world, and Fritz Hanson of Worcester, welter-weight champion. The pah- are scheduled to meet at North Grosvenordale next Tuesday evening. Various Items. Alterations and Improvements are contemplated at the store of the By ron D. BUfbee corporation. The members of the school board of the town of Putnam held a special meeting Tuosday evening. Preparations af being made for the sealing of all welghta and measures in uaa in the town of Putnam. This la a practice that has not been in force here for many years, but It will be revived. A new equipment of stan dard gauge and measures has been purchased for use in thj work. Casea of Diphtheria in 'Various See tions. The reappearance of diphtheria Is creating some uneasiness. It was pre sumed that It had been eradicated, but cases of the disease have again ap peared in Putnam, and, as was the case a few weeks ago. in widely sep arated parts of the city. Team From Worcester Coming. The Sacred Heart academy -basketball team of Worcester will come to Putnam Friday evening to play against Putnam high school at the ar mory. Invited to Spencer. Local members of the K. of C. have received invitations to attend the ex emplification of the third degree at Spencer, Mass., next Tuesday eve ning. SLEET STORM Ends a Disagreeable Day on Tues day. The first ice storm of the season commenced shortly after five o'clock Tuesday evening, furnishing an ex tremely disagreeable kind of weather. 3.'b . frozen tain clung to armtnU Putnam and umbrellas, coating them with a stiff, icy veneer, while the walks of fered a very precarious footing. The storm increased the troubles of the trolleymen and flashes of brilliant light marked th progress of the cars struggling to make tlma- under the handicap of icy wires and rails. Moved to Eastford. C. S. Talbot has removed his bot tling works to Eastford. JEWETTJCITY. Death of Mr. Mosea Norman at Gear Homestead. Where She Waa Born in 1826 W. C. T. U. Meeting. The death of Mrs. Prudence Geer Norman occurred at the Norman home stead on Tuesday morning. Mrs. Nor man has been ill since tha first of No vember. Her father and mother, Sam uel and Nancy Geer, came to Hva on what waa known as the Geer farm in 1816, ani movid later to Preston.where Mrs. Norman was born in August, 1826. When she was eight years of age the family came back to the homestead, where she has Bince lived. October 16, 1856, she married Moses Norman, who died forty-flvp years ago. Mrs. Norman has been' a mumber of the First Congregational church in Pa chaug for over sixty years, and was especially loyal to it interests. She leaves one son, Samuel Norman of Griswold; a grandchild, the son of Mr. Norman, and a nephew, George Geer of Baltic. A daughter, Hannah, died May 14, 1881, at the age of 18. SUPERINTENDENTS APPOINTED At Meeting of Executive Committee of V. C. T. U. The executive committee of the W. C. T. U. held a business meeting on Tues day afternoon. The petition with re gard to woman's suffrage was discussed at length. Several superintendents of departments were appointed as fol lows: Evangelistic work, Mrs. W. If. Gane; honorary members, Mrs. J. S. Jeffers; floral eonmittoe, Mrs. H. F. Cheney; literature conmittre, Mrs. M. E. G. Wilson; Sinduy school and anti-narcotic work, Mrs. W. H. John son: medical worl-., Mrs. J. S. Jeffers; committee on Union Signal anil White Ribbon Banner, Mrs. Samuel Geer. Station Agent O. F. Miller is sick. COLCHESTER. . Grangers at State Meeting Nearly $200 for Italian Fund Sunday School Class Entertained. Deputy Organizer Carroll E. Staples and Mrs. Staples left town Tuesday morning for Hartford, to attend the meeting of the State Grange, in session in that city Tuesday. Wednesday and Thursday of this week. A number of the members of the local grange will attend. The regular meeting of the lo cal grange which was to have been held Tuesday evening was postponed. C. M. Reade and George T. Clark of Willimantic were callers hero Monday. Men from New York were in (town over Sunday, looking over the plant of the Colchester Shoe company. They are silk manufacturers. Representatives Bunyan and Mc Donald left for Hartford Tuesday morning. Harry WIckwIre was In Lebanon on Tuesday. Colchester lodge, A. O. U. W., held a meeting in Masonic hal Tuesday even ing. To Prepare Missionary Box. The Ladies' T?enevolpnt society will meet 1n the ladies' room in the chapel Friday afternoon to sew for a box which Is to be sent to a school in End field, N. C. Nearly $200 Collected. A citizens' meeting is to be held in Orange hall Friday afternoon to hear the report of the collectors for the Italian fund. Nearly two hundred dol lars has been collected. J. H. Baldwin of New Haven was in town Monday. Fred B. Willoughby returned to Can terbury Monday, after spending Sun day with his family on Linwcwid ave nue. Mr. Willoughby is. working with his team on the grading of the rail road crossings in that place. Henry Watson, who has been ill with pneumonia at his home on Myrtle ave nue, is gaining. Albert Fargo of Salem was here on Tuesday. j Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Dauphlnee invit ed the members of Mr. Dauphinee's Bibie clais to meet them at their home, on Broaduay, Tuesday evening for an evening's enjoyment. The evening was pent In singing, games, etc. A lunch was served during the evening. STAFFORD SPRINGS. Meeting of Loyal Helpers Many See Colored Pictures. Louis Helm and Frank Moyle are at Lake Mashapatiij for a week's fishing. Thomas Hayes is on duty as night of ficer during Mr. Helm's absence. Karl Adams waa operated on for ap pendicitis at a Springfield hospital on Monday. His condition is said to be very favorabl. The Loyal Helpers met at the home of Miss Ethel Moore Tuesday evening. Miss Susie Delliean is to be taken to the New London hospital today (Tuesday), where she will be operated on for appendicitis. The colored moving pictures drew a large audience at St. Edward's hall Tuesday evening. The singing was by Miss Whitney, a soloist from Boston. Booming the Wire Business. A Pennsylvania wire factory has Just resumed operations. The scramble for the toga now worn by Mr. Knox will probably furnish employment to other wire-julling experts In that state. New Orleans Times-Democrat. Remains a Secret. It develops that Mr. Dalzell did not say to Mr. Bryan, "the Jig's up." What he said was unprintable. Louisville Courier-Journal. We Sell on the positive guarantee that if it does not give sat isfaction we will return the entire amount of money paid us for it. We ask all those who are run-down, nervous, debili tated, aged or weak, and every person suffering from stubborn colds, hanging-on coughs, bronchitis or incipi ent consumption to try Vinol with this understanding. STEIN ER'S PHARMACY. Norwioh "--..l.in yittdt Try Ceresota ... Sc Let the children be the jury on the qual ity of Ceresota. Judge by vhat they say. BALTIC. Installation of Loyal Samaritan Lodge Emblems Presented Two Members Rev. C. T. Hatch Recovers Health. At the regular meeting of Ixiyal Sa maritan lodge, O. F., the following of ficers were' installed: O. M., Charles P.arnes; W. G., James Roberts; R. S., Charles Chadwick: L a.. Matthew Bai ley; V. G Fremont Firth: R. S., Har ry Massey; L. S., George Whitehouse; iAeturer, Fred Buckley; S. P., FreJ Greenwood and William Rideout; guar dian. Napoleon Belanger; warden, Al bert Wilcox; P. S., Charles Headen; treasurer, Adam Mchmidth; recording secretary, Charles Garrett. After the instsJIatio.1 Charles Barnes and P. G. Stewart were presented emblems of tho order by District Deputy Harry Johnson in behalf of the lodge. The brothers In brief addresses thanked all concerned for their remembrancs and appreciation of their work. Personal Items. Rev. C. T. Hatch, who has been ill for a lew weeks, is able to be about. Arthur Dobbrow, who has been spending two weeks with relatives in Saqbrook and Hartford, have returned. By Our Formula We produce in Hood's Sarsaparilla a medicine that has an unap proached record of cures of Scrofula, eczema, eruptions, catarrh, rheumatism, anemia, nervousness, that tired feeling, loss of appetite, etc. The combination and proportions of the more than twenty different remedial agents contained in Hood's Sarsaparilla are known only to ourselves, so there can be no substitute. This medicine makes healthy and strong the "Little Soldiers" in your blood, those corpuscles that fight the disease germs constantly attacking you. 77 A ! K H .1 in Have you met her? She is the sweetest thing you ever saw and sells for ten cent each or eleven for one dollar at the cigar-stand In th Wauregan House THE PARKER-DAVEPOir CO., - Proprietors. WHEN you want to put your busi ness before the public, there is no me dium better5 than through tne advertis ing columns of The Bulletin. Thcro Is Only Ono That Is USED THE WORLD OVER TO Always remember the lull name. for this signature on every box. BSssoSiiIeosi Sale Entire Stock to be disposed of bef.r. April let. Suits and Overcoats To Order at prices that command attention and investigation. Come early and have first choice while the stock is complete. Buy now and sav money. Fit guaranteed in every case. The N. Johnson Co., a...,i-wioJ,.o tia Flour once. Deception never sold . a bad barrel ttoke. t. If there were no difference la flour, then all flour would be alike, no matter where the wheat grew, and every barrel. of flour would produce the same number kof loaves of bread. as :3X- ti. i k: j. Poauonoc News has been received from George Healey, son of Captain and Mrs. George . Healey of Pleasant Ktreet. who Is on his way to the Philip pines on the mine setter General Knox. The letter waa mailed at the Madeira Islands. Tomorrow Night, Thursday, Jan. 14th "TSEM IN 0F THE E0UR" by the original Boston Company BRADLEY THEATRE, PUTNAM Prices 25e to $1.50. Free list' suspended. Cars to Webster and Danielson after the show. Janl3d Mid-. winter Bathing on Florida' warm andj nd de lightful water is an alluring thought The short cut to this pleasure of the Sunny South U to Mil for CHARLESTON .nd JACKSONVILLE on board of one of the fine steamers of the CLYDE LINE St. Johns River Service between Jacksonville, PalatKa, Ce Land, Sanford, Enterprise, Fb., and inter mediate landings. CLYDE STEAMSHIP CO. 1LUTMOTD, 1. 1 C. HACESTT, 1. 1. 1 ttmrat tffcn I Mw Ms. I., t Teik. GET BUSY h with the New Year. If yon want a healer investi gate the ... . "WINCHESTER" It is a gem for service. We make a specialty of Sanitary Plumbing, and our workmen do thair work well. ANDREW E. MEECH, Phoenix B!d, Danielson. deo30d CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY. Look 26o. S3 BROADWAY' TRAVELERS' DIRECTORY. TO NEW YORK NORWICH LINE The water war th oomfortable way pt traveling. Steamers City of Lowell and Chester W. Chanin safe, staunch vessels tha have every comfort and convenience for the traveler. A delightful voyage on Lone- Island Pound and a superb view of the won derful sky line and water front of New York. Steamer leaves New London at U p. m. week davs onlv: due Pier 40. North River, 7 o'clock the next morning. Fare Norwich to New York S 1.75 Write -or telephone W. J. PHILLIPS, Agent, New London. Conn. octld , The Rfirw;ch & Hew Tork Propa3er Ci." CHELSEA LINE, ' Prelslit a.4 PaaeeBarer Irrrlea. I Superjox Irelgkt kerTlc Km liu I frrrlaK. 1 .,.FL"r!lt "celvefl and forward. M ! all Southern and Woaiarn points. Rates furnlahed on application. FrrlKbt crlr direct I. Vw rrk. BpecUl arrangements may be mad wnereby freight by thla Una can b delivered at fetor. Doer In N.w Torn promptly upon arrival of at.amar. Low- : st rates. prrlal Paaeaae rvle. rare (I.OO. Far. fl.M. Fare from Korwlch. Montvllle ani New London to New York. 11.00. Btat rooms, 11.00. all outsld rooms. Uaaia ,5Jf rved at r.f ular tlm. STEAMKK CHELSEA leave. Norwich Tuesdays. Thursrtaye and Sunrtaye at 4. I P. m. Returning, imtw Nw Tor Monday., W.dneadara and Frldare at P- m. New Pl.r 22 Feat River. foo Ronsev.lt Ht. New London Uvlng tin. p. m. Application for atat.rooma should be marie in ad vane, aa th number la limited. Norwich at IVew Tork Proallc Ca. mar2Cd C. A WHITAKER. Agent. Grand Union Hotel 0pp. Brand Central Station, New York City Rooms, $1.00 a Day AND CPWARD Bunn to .nd tram Station tne. Bni to at.nip fnr N T. OUr Guld Boo. and M.g in A thorough, practical course at fhs Norwich Comnrcrciai School Broadway Theatre Bldg. to Jewett City Advertisers WWETT CITY nOTFl, H.w mad Up-to-date Hold la or.ry partlrnlar. ITA T. UEWI3. Proprietor. 11. llOl'lllGAN. Jrw.tt Cltr, Fnroltore Crawford Cooklaa; Rats... Fumlshlna; Undatcak.r Fun.r.l Di rector, phone. Btore l-t; Houa. S.-l nooitr uousb. 8. 3. King. Prop. H. & King, Mgr. ample Iloom .ooa.rt.4. Special atl.ntlon paid to Commercial m.o. Homo. Cm. T.L, -!. For Fins PIANOS Trv JEWELEB SHAW, firtnani, Cm. READ- The Keystone Store's FRIDAY ADV. I., am. I"."'rgriw,',':i1 f PEOPLES SURE)? V.?:' A TOH DRT AWT rAIfCT COODI Trawl wltli I'i anil Mamrw ISAAC CHAMPBATJ. Vlanager. Putnam. Conn. THE UNDER PRICE SALE now at Tha Boston Dry Oooda Btore, Danielson, means big bargain pries to the customer on seasonable goods. Every departn.sr.t in tha atora Dear the cut price marks. THE BOSTON DRT GOODS STORK, Mala St.. Daniel. on. JunI7d Jwuea 2. Keech, Mgr. LLLLETIN fOINTERf NEWMARKET HOTCU, 715 Bo.w.ll Ave. First-class wines, llrjuora an4 elgara. Meals and Ws?lch rarebit tervec to order. John Tuokle. Prup. TaL HAM AND CHEESE. The best place in Norwich to buy Pren.ed or Minced Ham or any klnj of Cheese Is at Mr.. Thumm's. 71 Franklin Street. Others nave learned to buy of no pre else. A trial order will make you a permanont customer. VISIT THE COUNTRY and enjoy a day in the fiech air. There are lots of beautiful rl.res with in tasy driving distance of Norwich- Gardner' Luke, Ha I !-.' Kavino, Lan tern Hill and others. We've got th teams for such .trips, and th prices will bo rlirht. MAHONEY BROS, Falls Annua. Jy30d iters, Tanks, Smoke Stacks All kinds of Plate Iron Wort Wo make a specialty of Impairing. SPclHS BROTHERS. Water Street. TUona .ill New Lond or 0114 - - . -i i iHT- W - --HHfc - 1 n at i. .hi. ,