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with hundreds of desirable
offerings at a price which
gives chance for saving
large sums of money. It
is a Sale which includes a
big variety of merchandise,
goods which now are
much wanted, offered at
prices far below actual value
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eorner Main and Watson Streets.
Willimantic. Conn.
Winter Horse Goods.
Full line Just revived. A complete
assortment of Ttlankets, both stable
and street. The place is
Vallrr Street. WUUmantle.
has the agency for the Travelers Life
and Accident Co. of Hartford, Ct., and
the United States Health and Acci
dent Ins. Co. of Saginaw. Mich. Write
for rates and full particulars.
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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 comrvDunded semi-annually. Deposits made on or
before April ioth will bear interest from April ist.
Willimantic Savinns Institute
H. C. MURRAY, Prest.
Willimantic, Danielson and
Mr. and Mr. Charles H. Utley'a Thir
tieth Anniversary.
Friday was the thirtieth anniversary
of the marriage of Jir. and Mrs.
Charles R. Utley, and to celebrate the
event Mr. and Mrs. Utley left on the
noon train to spend a week in New
York and vicinity visiting. They were
married at Windham Center. Mrs.. Ut
ley being Miss Abble Swift of that
village. Mr. and Mrs. Utley are well
known residents of this city and have
the good wishes of many friends for
many more years of prosperous and
happy married life.
New Haven Road Master Mechanic
Master Mechanic Adams of the New
York, New Haven & Hartford Rail
road company has been transferred
from East Hartford to New Haven
Former Master Mechanic J. W. Col
lins has returned to his old place in
East Hartford.
Children Recovering.
The two children of Mr. and Mrs.
Richard A. Turner of Springfield,
Mass., who have been very ill with tv
phoid fever, are recovering so that
they will be removed to their home
from the hospital within a day or
Gustav Walstrom Pays for Assault on
John Hansen.
Gustav Wal.strom was before the
police court Friday morning charged
with assaulting John Hanson late on
Thursday evening. He entered a plea
of not guilty.
Hanson testified that at about 9.15
Thursday evening he was on Valley
street when Walsrtom came up to him
and without any cause struck him and
jumped upon him. His face was bruis
ed and cut; later he discovered that
there was a slit in his vest as though
made with a knife.
He said that he did not see any
knife and could not swear that his al
li ged assailant had used one; he knew
of no reason why Walstrom should
wisli to strike him.
George Cronley testified that he was
coming out of the armory on Valley
street and saw Hanson standing near
Holland's mill. He saw Walstrom come
around the corner, and both men "went
at it." He said that he told them "to
quit," and they did. Walstrom then
betook himself into the lot back of
the mill.
Officer Allan McArthur testified that
about ten o'clock Thursday evening
Hanson made a complaint against
Walstrom, saying that the latter liad
assaulted him with a knife. Walstrom
was arrested and lodged in the sta
tion house.
In testifying In his own behalf. Wal
strom stated that he and Hanson had
had "a chewing match," and Hanson
struck him three times. He endeavored
to push Hanson away and In the at
tempt had scratched his face, but had
not used a knife. Upon being told by
Cronley to quit had done so, Hanson
continuing up Church street and he
going across the lot to North street,
Questioned by Judge Arnold. Wal
strom said that there had not been the
best of feeling between himself and
Hanson. Walstrom was found guilty
and fined $7 and costs, which he paid.
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When you think of entertaining think
of Pattison's Ice Cream and Ices, be
cause no entertainment is complete
unless you serve Pure Ice Cream. Yoj
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delicious and wholesome, for all In
gredients are thoroughly tested thus
insuring absolute purity.
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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. Cnn.
(Sj -ccssors to Sessions & Elmore)
Embalmsrs and Funsral Directors,
60-62 North Street.
Telephone connection.
and more
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N. D. WEBSTER, Treas.
, Mrs. Charles B. Church.
Mrs. Stella, widow of Charles B.
Church, died Friday afternoon at her
home in Columbia. Mrs. Church had
been ill since last August She had
come to live in Columbia about a year
ago. She was 48 years old, the daugh
ter of William Henry and Clara L.
Watrous Bishop of Andover, where she
had lived practically all her life. She
is survived by three children, two sons
and a daughter, Robert, John and Mav.
all of Columbia. Two sisters and two
brothers are also left Mrs. Harry W.
Snow of, Andover and Mrs. Michael
Pelrine of this city. The brothers are
Sherman and Fred Bishop of Andover.
City Pay Roll.
The city payroll for the week ending
January 16 was $277.12, apportioned as
follows: Police $128.50, street J85.40,
maintaining sewers $16.53. water $47.
Mrs. Alice P. Snow.
The funeral of Mrs. Alice P. Snow
was held from her home at Mansfield
Hollow Friday morning at 11 o'clock.
The services were largely attended by
relatives and friends. There were
beautiful floral tributes. Rev. Walter
E. Lanphear, pastor of the Center
Congregational church of Mansfield,
was the officiating clergyman. Rela
tives acted as bearers. The body was
brought to this city and placed in a
receiving vault at the Willimantic
cemetery for burial in the spring. Fu
neral Director H. N. Fenn of this city
was in charge.
Many Attractions at Carnival.
Interest in the carnival at the town
hall continues unabated, as evidenced
by the large crowd in attendance on
Friday evening.
Lewis and Rose, vaudeville artists
of good caliber, appeared in an en
tire.y new sketch and entertained the
large audience in royal style. It was
the best act of the week and deserved
the generous applause it received. The
canvassers as usual did a good busi
ness. Helmold's orchestra furnished
music for dancing that was enjoyed by
a large number present.
Husband Who Does Not Support Wife
and Five Children.
Joseph Guilford, arrested Thursday
afternoon, charged with non-support
of his wife and five children from De
cember 1, 1908, to January 21. 1908,
was before the police court Friday
morning and entered a plea of not
guilty. He was not represented by
counsel. The state's interests were in
the hands of Assistant Prosecuting At
torney Henry H. Hunter.
The first witness for the state. Se
lectman S. Arnold Peckham, testified
that Mrs. Guilford had come to him
seeking aid from the town, informing
him that her husband was doing noth
ing toward the support of herself and
children and that there was nothing
to eat in the house, and no fire. The
selectman had provided her with fuel,
flour and eatables.
Mrs. Bridget Guilford, the complain
ant, testified that she had been mar-,
tied to the accused about twelve years,
and that he had supported her and the
children up to about a year ago; then
his support became irregular. Her
parents and his had furnished most of
the eatables since that time and had
even contributed the major portion of
money for the payment of the rent.
For the past three months Guilford
had not done anything for them and
had not even worked.
Captain Richmond testified that Mrs.
Guilford had been to him on two oc
casions with a request that her hus
band be arrested because he did not
and would not support them and he
would have been arrested but he could
not be located at those times.
.In his own behalf Guilford stated
that the reason for not supporting his
wife and children was because he
could not obtain any work. The rent
was paid up to within two weeks and
if he could find work of any kind he
would support his family.
Judge Arnold, after impressing upon
Guilford's mind the necessity and the
duty imposed upon him for the support
of his wife and family, continued the
case for six months and placed the
accused in charge of probation Officer
Lyman. At the end of the probation
period. Judge Arnold will make a final
disposition of the case.
Die Besserung Recognizes Poe Cen
tenary. The programme of Die Besserung
at the Windham high school Friday
included readings from Edgar Allen
Poe and was as follows: Edgar Allan
Poe, Kenneth Hunt '11; piano solo,
Miss Knight '09; Israfel, Miss Staebner
'10; The Raven, Miss Pendleton '09;
piano solo. Homer Bradbury '09.
Met by Enthusiastic Rooters After De
feating Putnam.
Windham high's basketball team was
met at the union station Friday eve
ning by an enthusiastic bunch of root
ers upon its return from Putnam,
where it succeeded in breaking the
hoodoo by defeating Putnam high on
its own floor in a good fast game by
the score of 22-18. The team was
cheered lustily and received congratu
lations all along the line, as it march
ed up from the station, from business
men and others interested In the school
and its activities. The members of
the team were highly elated as the vic
tory now insures them a good lead in
the race for the championship and the
pennant of the Windham county inter
scholastic league.
Miss May Turner spent Friday in
Pierre Moreau was a Hartford visit
or Friday.
Judge A. J. Bowen was a Hartford
visitor Friday.
Judge of Probate James A. Shea was
in Hartford Friday.
Benjamin Savory ' returned Friday
to Boston after a short visit in this
of life Insurance is about as wise an
act as a young man can perform. There
are several conr.net especially adapted
to young men. They ure both an in
surance and an investment on which
you can realize without dying.
The policies issued bv the "New Eng
land Mutual" of Boston ara all big div
ident payers.
Come in and talk it over.
H. B. ADAMS co..
18 Church St., Willimantic, Ct.
city at tne home of John Hickey, Sr.,
oon Jackson street.
Mrs. George F. Taylor spent Friday
in Hartford on business.
Miss Leona Gilman is in Worcester
as guest of lier sister.
Mrs. James Buteau and children of
Baltic are visiting in Boston.
Mrs. Southworth and daughter of
Pleasant Btreet spent Friday in Hart
ford. Dr. O'Neil and Dr. Egbert are in
New York, attending the automobile
Mrs. H. E. Remington is in Hart
ford, the guest of her daughter, Mrs.
Grover Clark of Westchester is vis
iting at the home of his brother George
on Mountain street.
Mrs. William Maine and daughter
Mary of South Windham were Hart
ford visitors Friday.
Eugene O'Loughlin of Spence street
is in New Britain visiting his brother.
Dr. Frank O'Loughlin.
Miss Katheryn Conway of Lawrence
street, Rockville, is the guest of Miss
Nelly Murphy of Main street.
Juc'ge M. A. Shumway Home from the
South Pioneers Win Card Match
Rev. H. S. Brown, Injured at Darien,
Former Local Pastor.
Henry E. Church of Hartford was a
visitor in Danielson Friday.
The mas Hrown of Worcester was the
guest of friends In Danielson Friday.
L. J. Coburn of Mystic called on
friends in Danielson Friday.
Judge Shumway Returns.
Judge M. A. Shumway returned Fri
day from a southern trip. Mrs. Shum
way remains with relatives in Balti
more for a few days.
Mrs. W. N. Arnold entertained the
Father Ligl ts of the Baptist church
Friday evening.
Rev. Joseph Ferguson of Putnam will
speak at the Advent church Sunday
George O. Brown has nearly recov
ered from an illness with the grip.
Mrs. Martin Welch has removed to
Auburn, N. Y.
Moses Besette of Putnam has entered
the employ of Gaston Maindon.
Miss Clara Brook s is visiting with
relatives in Baltimore.
Won Whist Honors.
Miss Leah Bessette, Mrs, Howard
Witney, Mrs. Joseph Lavallee and Miss
Nellie Fournier won the honors at the
weekly meeting of the Bijou Whist
Pioneers the Victors.
Pioneerose company won the card
match with the Thirteenth company
Thursday evening; taking five games
out of seven. Auction pitch was play
ed. The Hose company team was com
posed of A. A. Chase, Walter Chase,
Herbert Neff ; the military team " of
Harry W. Clarke, Oliver Clemens and
A. Stanfield.
Completing Military Enrollment.
The selectmen of Killingly are en
gaged in making an enumeration of
those liable to pay a military and poll
tax. First Selectman John A. Gilbert
is doing the work in this section.
Chicken Trust Provides Diversion.
The Chicken Trust, a colored troupe of
seven people, put on a very creditable
mnstrel show in the Phoenix theater
Fridey evening. The company has
some very good singers, and the vocal
numbers were all well received.
Stonington Defeated 26 to 16.
The Y. M. C. A. team defeated Ston
ington 26 to 16 at Stonington Thursday
evening. They did not play New Lon
don Y. M. C. A., 'as stated Friday. The
game with New London may probably
be played in Norwich next Wednesday
Rev. H. S. Brown Known in Borough.
Rev. H. S. Brown, who was srio'ualy
injured by an automobile at Darien on
Thursday, was formerly pastor of the
local Congregational church, and the
news was received here with great re
gret. Mr. Brown's sons, who are com
panions at Yale of Lawrence Barber,
son of Rev. C. H. Barber, were visitors
here at the Congregational parsonage
New Year's.
Holds Annual Meeting Reports of Ac
tive and Prosperous Year.
The annual meeting of the Westfleld
Congregational church was held Thurs
day evening, when tho various annual
reports were presented. The report of
the treasurer showed that all the bills
for the year are paid and that the re
ceipts balanced the expeditures. The
report of the Sunday school work for
the year showed an average attend
ance about the same as last year. The
school membership is 270. The Ladies'
Benevolent society had a very success
ful year and well attended meetings.
Their expor ditures for the year
included $275 for the construction of a
veranda at the parsonage. The reports
from the Christian Endeavor society
and the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Wom
an's Board of Missions were very en
couraging, indicating a year of active
work and prosperous conditions. The
election of officers was deferred for one
week, for which time the meeting was
adjoi.ii ed.
Thaw Ends Sleighing.
The warm sun and balmy tempera
ture of Friday cut the sleighing to
slush, and half a dozen parties who had
planned rides for Friday evening were
forced to cancel their arrangements.
The sleighing parties on Thursday
evening were more numerous than on
any sit gle night in years, end parties
were in town from various surrounding
villages. The senior, junior and soph
omore classes at the High school were
all out
Fine Collection of Pictures at
A large number visited the High
school building Friday afternoon and
evening to view the Turner art exhibit,
consisting of about two hundred photo
gravures, etchings, engravings and col
ored prints, reproducing many world
famous paintings ard the work of
scores of artists. The display was ex
hibited in the assembly hall, trans
formed into a temporary art gallery.
During the afternoon tho visitors were
received by members of the Ladies' Art
club, and that organization also serv
ed tea in the chapel. In the evening
in connection with the exhibit an en
tertainment was given, in which the
students of tho school participated.
The entertainment Included a lecture
on Greek statuary by Judge A. G. Bill,
finely illustrated with stereoptlcon
slides, a gymnasium drill by students
on direction of Secretary J. M. Clarke
of the Y. M. C. A., piano, violin, piano
and vocol solos and duets, and orches
tra selections. Tha students contrib
uting were: Leon Gagnon, '10; Miss
Lillian Sayes, '10;' Miss Mildrel Leav
ens. '10; Earl Wood. '11; C. Chase, '13,
and V. Burroughs, '10. i
Killingly Juvenile grange will meet
in Wood's hall this (Saturday) after
noon. Fred Shumway is spending today
(Saturday) in Boston.
Branford. Orders have been received
from brigade headquarters promoting
Corporal Albert S. Jourdan of Second
platoon, Battery A, to the grade of
Odd Fellows Donate $25 . to Cargill
Park Fund Boxiny Bout Arranged
Wiliimantio Team Wins League
Game, 23 to 18 Various Local In
terests. Treasurer Leon T. Wilson on Friday
cave a check for $25 to Treasurer
Charles H. Brown of the Cargill Falls
park fund as the gift of Israel Putnam
lodge, No. 33, I. O. O. F. The Odd
Fellows thereby establish a precedent
that It is expected will be emulated by
other local fraternal organization.
Hickson-Oliver Boxing Bout
Secretary F. H. Cordier of the Put
nam Social and Athletic club has an
nounced to the members the boxing
'bout arranged by tho club directors for
next Thursday evening. The events,
to which only members will be admit
ted, are: Six round go between Jimmy
Hickson of Cambridge and Young
Oliver of Boston at 118 pounds; ten
rounds , between Peter Fineld, cham
pion of Rhode Island, and Harry We?:
at 145 pounds; and George Alger of
Cambridge vs. Young Dyson of Provi
dence for eight founds at 116 pounds.
Stanton Albott of Providence will be
master of ceremonies.
Defeated Local Team, 23 to 18 Lead
the League.
Windham High school, Willimantic,
turned the trick that gives them a clear
lead in the Interscholastic league, de
feating Putnam High school Friday
afternoon by the score of 23 to 18. It
v.-as a rough, hard game, played like a
whirlwind, and the visitors got away
with the best end of the argument. To
Captain Kelley goes the lion's share of
the honors for his team and the three
baskets that he shot in quick succes
sion Just after the opening of the sec
ond half put Windham in the lead,
where they remained to the finish.
Putnam's woeful lack of team nlay
was responsible in a great degree for
the loss of the game. They played
hard and fast, fighting every minute
of the way, but there was no unity of
purpose. Putnam was leading When
the whistle blew for the end of the
first half. The score was then Putnam
10, Windham 7. In the first twenty
minutes it looked as if Putnam would
win, as Franklin was playing a great
game, with Rich and Macdonald doing
nearly as well.
They did not. maintain the pace, how
ever, at a cost of losing the first gamo
t n a home floor during the league sea
son. At times there was unnecessary
roughness and in this Richmond was
a noticeable offender. Franklin and
Kelley divided honors in shooting
goals from the floor, each registering
five times. Several of the players on
the Killingly High school team wit
nessed tho game. The summary:
Putnam Franklin If. Macc'onald rf,
TiMietts c. Rich rg, Metlbury g.
Windham Burrs rf. Kelley If, Rich
mond c, Leonard rg. Walden lg.
Field eoals. Franklin 5, Macclonald 2.
Rums 2." Kelley 5, WaM'm 2, R-ichmond.
Leonard; foul goals. Kelley 1, miFseo
, Frariklin. miosed 3; referee, Gahan:
20-minute halves.
Officers of Spaulding Library Associa
tion. The Srauldlng Library association
has elected the following officers for
the ensuir g year: Sec retary and treas
urer, J. Daniels: library committee.
Mrs. F. J. Daniels ard A. J. Bo wen.
Various Items.
Mr. and Mrs. George Ladd are visit
ing in Whitinsvllle.
G. C. Brand of Worcester called on
Putnam friends Friday.
Moses Bessette, who has been em
ployed at Mirnn's barber shop, will
move his family to Danielson, where
he has secured employment.
J. Casey of New Ixindon is visiting
at his home In Putnam.
Social Circle IV sets.
A business meeting of the officers
of tho ladies' Social circle of the
Second Congregational church was
held at the home of Mrs. S. Elizabeth
Clarke In South Main street Friday
afternoon, at which rlnns for the
year's work were discussed. Jij
Clarke is president of the circle for
1909 and proposed many novel plans
which if carried out will certainly re
sult in a prosperous year.
City Nctes.
The officers of Putnam grange are
to be installed at a meeting lo be held
Monday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Stetson have
been entertaining Uieir son, Clarence
A. Stetson, and Mrs. Stetson of New
Mrs. H. II. Burnham, a former resi
dent of Putnam, called on iocal frienus
Mrs. J. B. Tatem, Jr., was a recent
Boston visitor.
Miss M. Eden Tatem of Boston is
spending the week-end at her home in
Grove street
F. E. Burnette has returned to his
business duties in Rochester. N. Y., af
ter spending several weeks at his home
in Grove street.
Hiss Mary Merriam has returned
from a brief visit in Providence and
Miss Florence Deedy is the guest of
her mother in Worcester.
Miss Josephine Clarke of New Bos
ton is spending the week end with her
mother. Mrs. Ella Clark' in South
Main street.
Maud Carpenter, daughter of Mr. and
Mis. J. F. Carpenter, is out of quaran
tine after a severe case of diphtheria.
Rev. B. F. Benoit is to preach at a
service in the Baptist church tomor
row afternoon at half past 3 o'clock.
Rev. C. S. Brooks of Wellesley,
Mass., Is to occupy the pulpit in the
Seconi Congregational church on Sun
day. At the Pentecostal church In Elm
street on Jan. 24th the Rev. Mr. Arm
strong, pastor of the Pentecostal
church in Danielson, will preach at
both the morning and evening ser
vices. Miss Gladys Bradbjry of Tlion. N. Y.
has been the guest of Mrs. William
Wheaton on Grove terrace.
Favor Dance.
The favor dance given by Jessamine
chapter, Order of the Eastern Star, in
Bugbee hall Friday evening was large
ly attended and was a great success
Matinee Whist.
Mrs. William Wheaton of Grove ter
race gave an enjoyable afternoon whist
in honor of her guest, Miss Gladys
Bradbury, of Ilion. N. Y.. recently, ai
which Miss Isabelle Morrell won the
prize. Novel tally cards were used and
a salad luncheon was served.
Extra Prayer Meetings at Methodist
Rev. C. H. Van Natter of North
Grosvenordnle has been assisting Rev.
Son! Misses
Caress in Confections
Sold by all our Sales Agents and
at oar Fifty Retail Stores
E. W. Belcher, pastor of the local
Methodist church, during the extra
prayer meetings held in the MethodlBt
church in Grove street this weeic.
Miss Rose Smith is spending the
week-end as the guest of Mrs. Charles
Thayer in Centerville, R. I.
Miss Bartlett la the guest of friends
in Centerdale, R. I.
The next meeting of the O. M. club
wil. be held with Mis. John Sabin.
Sunday Serivces in the Churches Re
publicans Nominate Ticket Willie
L'Heureux Survives Hit 'Fourth Ac
cident. Sunday morning at the Methodist
church there will be special service
veteran day, in tb interest of the fund
for conference claimants. It will in
elude a special responsive reading for
church and pastor, and addresses by
Mrs. E. J. Cory. Rev. E. M. Anthony
and Rev. E. J. Cory. A vocal duet will
also be an interesting feature. The
collection will go towards the confer
ence fund.
At the Congregational church Sun
day morning Dr. W. H.Gane's subject
will be Consequences of Coming to
Christ. The musical service, The Torn
Bible, was postponed last Sunday, and
will be given this Sunday evening. This
service is rendered by the choir, with
Mrs. E. A. Faust as reader.
Rev. C. K. Flanders, the evangelist,
who Is to conduct the services for two
weeks at the Baptist church, will oc
cupy the pulpit on Sunday morning.
Tho vangelistic services commence in
the evening.
Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock J. H.
Mansfield of New Haven, president of
the Connecticut Christian Endeavor
union, will address tha societies of this
place, Grlswoid and Lisbon at the Con
gregational church.
Norwich Installing Officers.
District Deputy J. A. Peck and Can
ton Oneeo, No. 3, I. O. O. F., of Nor
wich were in town Friday evening and
installed the officers of Reliance lodge.
No. 29, I. O. O. F.
Eleazer Jewett Lodge.
Mrs. Emily R. Kingdon, deputy
grand warden, of New London, and
Grand Secretary Jeremiah Wall of New
Haven installed the officers of Eleazer
lodge, No. 336, on Thursday
Fourth Accident for Willie L'Heureux.
Willie L'Heureux while sliding on
Taylor's Hill, Thursday evening, col
lided with a boy coming up the hill,
"d was struck in the chest, causing
him to faint. No serious injury has
resulted The lad has been brought
home four times ii. an unconscious
state. The first time he was in a wag
on which was run into by a train at
Tadpole, was thrown out and his leg
broken. The second time somone ran
over him, n?.ir his home, and hurt his
arm. The third time another team
knocked him down, during a band con
cert and fractured his skull. Thurs
day night's accident was the foutrh.
Evidently "thre times and out" does not
apply to him.
Suffering from Acute Indigestion.
Adilpus Moffitt was stricken with an
attack of Indigestion while working at
Shea Bros.' Ice houses on Thursday. It
seemed to be serious at first, but Fri
day he was much better.
Republican Caucus.
A republican caucus was held Thurs
day evening, at which Arthur M.
Brown was chairman and B. R. Gard
ner clerk. The following names were
put in nomination for the election next
Monday: Burgess, D. P. AuClaire; clerk
and treasurer, A. C. Burdick; assessor,
J. II. Tr.icy; bailiff, Martin Davis; col
lector. B. R. Gardner; auditor, O. F.
Miller; committee for the year, D. P.
AuClaire, R. J. Guy and Thomas Mc
I'.roome. This committee is empower
ed to fill all vacancies that may occur.
Runners Replaced by Wheels Rev.
Thomas Tyrie to Address Young
Mrs. R. M. Chamberlin of Hartford
spent Friday in t he borough.
. The warm weather Friday made the
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ulant that will mnke them strong and rigorous to take Duffy's Pure
Malt Whiskey." Every testimonial is published ia good faith, and is
Men and women ia all walks of life testify to the great good de
rived from the use of Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey, the world's greatest
tonic stimulant.
Duffy's Pisre Ellalf Whiskey
If you wish to keep young, strong and vigorous and have on your
cheeks the glow of perfect health, take Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey
regularly, according to directions. It tones and strengthens the heart
action and purifies the entire sys
tem. It is recognized as a family
medicine everywhere.
CAUTION. When you ask your
druggist, jrrocer or dealer for Uuf fy'a
Pure Malt Whiskey be sura you get
the genuine. It's the only absolutely
pure medicinal malt whiskey and ia
sold in large sealed bottles only
never In bulk. Look for the trade
mark, the "Old Chemist," on the la
bel, and make sure the seal over the
cork is unbken. Price $1.00. Write
Consulting 9 hyslcian, Duffy Malt
Whiskey Co., Rochester, N. Y., for
fr j!!ustrated medical booklet and
7 : "..!. ice.
Bissoitai ios? Sale
Kntire Stock to be dixpoacd of before April lat.
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 save money. Fit guaranteed In every case.
The N. Johnson Co.,
Require b Meat Careful Atteatloa mm
Well aa Good Soil.
Did you ever aee a rosebush which
despite the most beneficent environment
of soil of sunshineand of atmosphere,
-seemed never to achieve a healthy
A ton of manure will not help a plant
that has a canker eating out lta heart.
You must destroy the oauae before yorl
can remove the effect
You cannot cure Dandruff and Bald
ness by rubbing on hair lotions, and
rubbing In vaseline, etc.
You must look to the cause of the
trouble It's a germ at the roota of
your hair which causes It to fall out
Tewbro's Herplcide destroys the germ,
and healthy hair Is the sure result.
Sold by leading flrugtfsts. Send 10c. In
stamps for sample to The Herplclde Co
Detroit. Mich.
TWO SIZES-50C, and $1.00
The Lee & Osgood Co.. special agent
sleighing disappear rapidly and run
ners have been replaced by wheels.
Anders Jacobsen has bought the drug
store of F. B. Horton in Manchester.
Mr. Jacobsen will move the stock and
fixtures to his store In Stafford
There will be a meeting of the town
school committee In the library build
ing Monday afternoon.
Rev. Thomas Tyrie of the Methodist
church will address the young men at
tha reading room on Furnace avenue
Sunday afternoon at S o'clock.
M. E. Sullivan of Willimantic was In
town on business Friday.
Funeral of Mrs. John Welch Meth
odist Men's League Hosts Fine Ad
dress by Thomas Shaw.
The funeral of Mrs. Hannah Welch,
widow of John Welch, took place Wed
nesday at 9.30 a. m. at the Immaculate
Conception church, where a requiem
high mass was celebrated, a large num
ber of relatives and friends being pres
ent. The bearers were James and Wil
liam Welch, Patrick Quinn and John
Ward. There were beautiful floral
forms. Burial was In St Mary's ceme
tery. Greenevllle.
Tho deceased was highly respected
by numerous friends, being a resident
of Baltic for fifty years. Two daugh
ters survive her, Mrs. Patrick Quinn of
Norwood. Mass., and Mrs. John Ward
of Providence; also two sons. James
of Baltic and William of Providence.
Frank Hull Is recovering' from a se
vere case of the grip.
Entertains Visitors from Taftville and
The Men's league of the M. E. church
entertained Wednesday evening mem
bers of the Taftville Men's league and
the men's Bible class of Greeneville.
Supper was served in the vestry, after
which the party enjoyed an interesting
talk by Thomas Chew, superintendent
of the Fall River Boys club, on hi
nineteen years' experience with clubs.
Mr. Chew told of the tact and luilg
ment that had to be used, and also tne
pleasure and disapolntments that are
met with In dealing with boys. Other
speakers during the evening were Mr.
Bailey of Taftville and Mr. Hobson of
Greeneville. A number of excellent vo
cal selections were rendered by Mr,
Jackson, Mr. MarlanJ and Mr. Royle,
A quartette by Messrs. Johnson, Bailey,
Bethel and Garratt brought a moat en
joyable evening to a close.
Not Responsible.
The Prince of Wales Is accused of
owning and enjoying the rent of some
shcckir.gly unsanitaiy tenement house
in the slums of London. It is pointed
out that he owns them In his capacity
of Duke of Cornwall, which makes him
possessor of the revenues. The duchy
of Cornwall owns these tenements and
they are leased on terms running 99
years, which cannot be broken until
they expire, so the prince is acquitted
of blame, but Is said to be very sore
over the criticisms of him.
Miss Edna Buckler, a Prominent
Young Lady cl Hume, I!!., Praises
Sully's Pure Malt Whiskey tor
Restoring tier to tiea'th and
Vigor Alter Being Very Wcah
and "Hun Down" She Recom
mends It to All In Need cl a Tonic
Stimulant That Makes tho Old
Young end the Young Energetic
end Vigorous.
Miss Buckler recently wrote : "I
was very weak and run down, had
no life or energy, was very much in
need of something that would tone
up my system and enrich my blood.
On the advice of friends I began tak
ing Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey, and
it immediately put new life into me.
I feci wonderfully better, and would
advise any one needing a tonic stim
The water wav the comfortable
way of traveling.
oienmers iity or uowtu ana ucn.w
W. C-hapin safe, staunch vessels tha
have evt rv comfort and convenience for
the traveler. t
A delightful Toyage on Long Islana
f. . . 1 . .. W I , . MA.
derful sky Una and water front I
New York.
Steamer leaves New London at it
p. jii. wtreji uays omy; dud ii
North River, 7 o'clock the next morning.
i j) i . . ni v An
Fars Norwich lo Kew York $1.75
Write or telephone W. J. rHlLLIPS,
Agent, New London. Conn. octld
The Horw .ch & Rew York Propsller J j.
rrrljcht aad Puwipi Service.
Knprrlvr 4'rcight service. iraaM
Krelirht . reaolvad anil rnrmmrAmU La
11 Southern anJ Western points.
imiea lurnnnea on application.
B-rlr direct to New York.
Special arrana-einenta mav be made
wnereby fraticht by this line can bo
delivered at Store Doer In Naw Tor
promptly upon arrival of steamer. Low
est rates.
peetal Pamrw Kervtoo.
Fare SI.OO. Faro 9Uf.
Para frnm Knrwlrh. Mnntvilla and
New London to New York. 11.00. mate
rooms. 11.00. all outalde rooms. Ueal
c ir served at reajular time.
Tuesdays. Thurxdnys Hnl Sunrinye at 4.S
&m. ntturninn leavea nw worm
onaaya, Wednesdays and Fridays at
S p. m. New Pier 23 Eaat Kiver. fooO
Roosevelt St. New London leaving tlmt,
1 p. m. Application for atateroomS
should be made, in advance, as toa
number Is limited.
Norwich New York Propeller Co.
mar2Gd C A. WH1TAKEK. Altar. .
Crand Union Hotel
VI Odd. Crand Central Station. New York Cltr
Rooms, $1.03 a Day
Baaaac to and from Station fraa.
Sftnd 2a ltnr fnr N. T. Cltr Oulta Bnok and Map
now at The Boaton Dry Goods Store,
Danielson, means bis bargain prices
to the customer on seasonable foods.
Every departn.ert In the store Dears)
the cut prlro marks.
Main St.. Danielson.,
nnS7d '.rues . Keech. Hp
HARRY E. BACK, Attorney -at-Law,
Protect your Idea. Handsome 3
page Guide Book Free.
Phoenix Block. Danlelsoa. Conn
For Fino
JEWELER SHAW, Fotnani, Cou
The Keystone Store's
' Peoples 5tore,
on nnT Kim fasct coons
raw nltli tIS and Save Blooey."
futoam. Conn.
Jswett City Advertissn
New and Up-to-date Hotel la every
part Icnlar.
111K T. LEWIS, Proprietor.
M. HOUHIGAX. Jewett Clly.
Crawford Cooklnit It nn area.
Furnishing Dndei taker Funeral Di
rector. Phones Store (1-1; House IS-I
noosir II Of SB.
S. J. King. Prop. H. S. Klnr. Mgr.
ObH.lA llAAM A n . H
Special attention paid to Commercial
Homds, Conn, Tel. S9-14V
Business Men SEEK
jraduates, fcocause they are property
The secret of success of this tchool
lies In many features that are exclu
sively our own methods. Theso meth
ods have made this school famous.
If you are looking for the best busl.
ness training, the Norwich Business
College training will appeal to you.
New pupils enter Day and Night
School every -week.
Call to see the school In session.'
W. E. CAN.FI ELD, Principal,
Phone 136-2. 89 to 105 Main St.
Hive vorn horse ixtcred,
He may break his leg this slippery
E. ;. KAWKOX. Agt.,
'Phone 00 3. 227 Mala St, Ip Stairs,

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