ftOHVi'lCH BULLETIN, SATURDAY, NOVE?.'CER 11, 1911
Misses' Junior Coats $10., $15., $17.50,
$20. Melton, Cheviot and Zebelin
$10. All the
Ladies' Coats in
The H. C. Murray Co.
20 MULE TEAM
i itn gresn trading stamps
Bit OXE CHECK FREE WITH EACH
ttEIST CENT PACKAGE.
The T. D. Sadd Co.
76ft Main Street.
Tel. 234-4 Willimantid. Ct.
Arc a Trifle Hard,
11 deer tip, for You Csa
Set Rhsey by cc!ng at the
15 Uslsi StrccL
Tmrmm strictly confidential.
HuttM. Markers tin ear stock
ray t fee erected. Obtain eur prices
aa4 inepfcet 106 art 1st id designs.
WM. P. 4 Pi A. LENNON,
esreer Mala and Wauoa Street.
1911 Overlap P'.delsi
ERNEST P. CMESBRO, 102 Main St.,
HIRAM K. FENtt
T.-NT3E AKER arid EMBALMIR
S CSufcll Bt. Wllllmantie, Ct.
Telethon Lady Assistant
(SueeessSrs 14 .Sessions & Elmore) .
id foil Star
0-61 North Street.
EX F. C JACKSON. E:alls(
. Ptinletft Extracting and
PitiiA i Specialty
7S2 Main Street, - . Willlrnahtic
lvtephone . - .
A BTea vartaty er Fresh Flan: ts
Cealless. ylara at Ciasaa, at
stzztvt mi mia.it Kortu st.
E. P. STT-G, Piat.9 Tncsr
Latest and Best Styles
in Coats can be seen
in our Coat Depart
ment on second floor
Coats $5., $7.50,
novelty colors and
black, serge and
A Ready Writer.
When Mr. PInchot can get 10 Cents
a word for airing his grievances, no
wonder lie has the pen of a ready
writer. Pittsburg Gazette-Times. ,
Only Oae sROM6 ftl lMXE"
That is LAXATIVE 8ROMO QCIKTNE.
Look for the signature of E. W. GROVE.
Used the World, over to Cure a Cold in
One Day. 2c.
A Household Medicine
that stops ' coughs Quickly and cures
colds is Foley's Honey and Tar Com
pound. Mrs. Anna Pelser, 2626 Jef
ferson St., 8o. Omaha, Neb., says: "I
can recemrnetid Foley's Honey and Tar
Compound as a sure cure for coughs
nu toius. it curea my aaugircer oi a
bad cold and my neighbor, Mrs. Ben
son. cured herself and her whole fam
ily with Foley's Honey and Tar Com
pound. Everyone in our neighborhood
spenks highly of it." Lee & Osgood C.
A definite plan is the foundation
of success in saving.
It doesn't make much differ
ence -what the plan of saving is,
so long as it's Systematic. Some
people never spend the dimes
thtyr gtt they put them in a con
venient home savings bank.
Some men shave themselves
and drop into the bank the money
they would have to pay the bar
ber. Others walk to the office
and save the carfare.
Yea can select any plan which
suits you. Regularity in your
saving is the essential thing.
One dollar opens an account
and starts your savings earning
interest, niiuiisi wow.
H. C. MURRAY, President.
N. D. WEBSTER, Treasurer.
Here is the very sifter-you've alwavs
wished for an .enclosed cylinder Sieve
that sifts with the turn of the handle,
st. that ash-duet drops into- barrel
while tj unhurried coal rolls out into
SAVES TIME, WORK AND 1
Sifts a. Wek' ashes in a few minutes
So easy a child can run it.
NO DUST CAN ESCAPE.
LOOK US UP.
S01 Main Street, Willimantit, Cent
TMSWI: IS no afl vrt.ling mejium i
Easrsxar-C'SnnUvnciir equal tp The Bu.
tir. for business result
W I iULIM ANTIC.
f - . What- ia-Going O" Toniflh..
! Dante's Tnferno (Hell) at Loomer
Opera House. , s
Movijifr Pictures af the Bijou and
i Scenic Temple.
feoclal and Oanee in Washburn Hall.
Saturday Night Dance in A. B. S.
St. Joseph's Church : Farir at Town
i Kali. - ' , '
Now the Property of Jay M. Shepard
Purchases Interest of O. A. Ses
As a result of one of th biggest
real estate transactions effected in
Wiliimantic in- several rears. Alder
man Jay M. Shepard is owner of the
Washburn "block, at the corner of Val
ley and Xorth streets. He has pur
chased the interest of O. A. Sessions
of this city as well as the interest of
the late Joseph Kayes. The block is
one of the city's most pretentious and
substantial' business-blocks. ,
The- fir.- structure was erected ir.
1891 by the late Edgar S. Washburn
and Tag considered at that time, as
it is today, one of the best blocks in
the city.'. Tfie bulldin is three stories,
ef . brick. modern improvements
A, present as for a number of years
past, the greater portion of the ground
floor is used by Funeral Directors K
more & Sherard. There is . also a
fine store on Valley street, that . is at
present used by the colored people of
the city .as a place of meeting; for
their religious services.
The second floor' is given over en
tirely to rooms that are used for lodg
ing purposes. Upon the third floor Is
! a nice little half, one of the- best in
J the city, used for; dancing and other
social events. - - ir.
The property . is considered si .paying
one and well situated and adapted for
.the business of whiGhithe new owner
j is a part proprietor.. Alderman Shep
, arl came to Williniantic a few years
ago, and has- made a success of the
business venture lrt .whieh he is prin
cipally engaged and" to-which he glrs
the greater part of his time. The
price paid for the- block, was not men
tioned. LICENSES GRANTED
No Applicant Refuted by County Com
missioners at Friday's Session.
Friday tho Windham county com
missioners were in session at the of
fice of the town clsrk in the town
building for the purpose of granting
liquor licenses. During; the session all
the dealers, including the druggists,
i-Ppesred, and were granted the li
cences ' sought. According to the law
passed at the last session of the gen
eral assembly, the bond oft the saloon
licenses is S40 instead of $309 as
Thase to receive licenses were: Lru
is Belanger, S85 Main street; Anselme:
Uernier, 825 Main street; Delphis Bou
cher, 17 Milk street; Salvlni Cardi
nal, 3 Ash street; Joseph Delude, 933
Main street; Donahue & Donovan, 9
Hailroad street; Adam Gajewskl, 81
Main street; Nelson Oilman, 851 Main
(Street; Jeremiah Healey, 857 Main
street; Anthony Hevrin, 45 Jackson
street; Jozer Klapik. IS Ash street;
John H. McDonough, 1 Railroad
street: Arthur McQuillan, 929 Main
street; Patrick E. Murphy, 68 Jackson
street; John O'Neill, 70 Valley street;
John F. Regan, 187 Main street; N-,
poicon LeClair, South Windham; Mi
chael Sullivan, 21 Union street; Tim
othy E. Sullivan, 718 Main street; Ofl
car O. Tanner, 29 Union street; J( -seph
Oreenberger & Co, 681 Maia
street; George P. Walker. 820 Main
Street; Edward A. Winter, 818 Main
Street; S. J. Young. 843 Main street;
George E. Challenger, Windham Cen
ter. Druggists Samuel Chesbro, 745
Main street; James D. Courtney, 72S
Main street; Charles deVillers, 873
Main street; James Calnen, 84 Union
street; Gustave O. Cartier, 780 Main
street; Fiedcrick Rogers, 700 Main
street; Frank M. Smith, 723 Main
Mrs. Corinne Aubertin.
"Mrs, Corinne Aubertin, aged 78, died
at the home of her son-in-law. Ernest
Blondin, 156 Atwatjr street. Nw Ha
ven. Friday morning, following an ill
ness with pneumonia. There survive
three daughters and two sotis, Mrs.
Corinne Belanger of Baltic, Miss Al
ma Aubertin of New Haven, and Mrs.
Eincst Blondin of 3Vew Haven. Hen
ry of New Haven and Eusebe Auber
tin of this city. There also survive
eight Ifrandchlldren and one great
Mrs. Lillian E. Tripp.
The funeral of Mrs. Lillian E. Tripp
was hold Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock
from the family home in South Cov
entry, There was a large number at
the services. Rv. Nestor Light, pas
tor of South Coventry Congregational
church, officiated. Burial was In the
W'illiir.antiq cemetery under direction
of Funeral Directors Elmore & Shep
ard of this city.
Return Game at Storrs.
The management of the Windham
high school football team has arranged
return game with the Second eleven
of the Connecticut agricultural college
at Storrs next Wednesday afternoon.
The schoolboys will go to the college
oonHdf.nt of reversing the tables, as
it was only tiie fcrtunes of football
ihat defeated them last Monday, as
the locals put up far the better game.
A number of new plays will be per-,
fecsed and the forward pass wi'I be
used more, that proving successful in
the last game.
Fall Inspection of Police.
Chief tf Police E. H. Richmond has
iasuefl an order to the effect tht all
rfflcers of the department shall report
St police he-idiuarters Monday, No
vember IS. at. 7 o'clock p. m. for the
regular fall inspection. ,
T Visit Italy.
Mr. aha Mrs. Onifre Lombard are
to visit their native howie in Italy
after an absence of thirty years. Fri
day they spent the de.y with a er,
Joseph Lonrbardo, in Putnam and
today they will sail .on the steamer
Canopic- frfcm Bostoh. Mr. Lombardo
came to Wiliimantic with his family
W . ' speedily "WJ
ures tlie child. Dx. Bbll'S Con
Brttxsr is constantly reliable and truly
meritorious. PRICE, as CENTS
NO MORPHINE OR CHLOROFORM.
T little gtri maWtrri tram a boa cole r itUck
crmiu, ndTT.ull't'ugH.ru(-relMw child.
1. BerUioMt, S5 W. St., Baltimore, Md. -SAMM.E
A- MEVfcH ft CO,, BALT1M0KB, MB.
about ten years ago. and is at . the
head of the firm of Lombard Sc Sons,
fruit dealer, on -Main streot.-
Capt. C. B. Fields Now on Yacht
Chatlcs B. Field of New London was
a guest of First Selectman R. K Mit
chell and Frank D. lilish Friday. Mr-.
Kleid , is captain on a private yacht
fand for years was keeper of the New
London light. ' . ,
Attended Tilaohana f3iH' n,fip.
j' Mrs. Pauline Royce, Miss Georgia
Brown, .Miss Louise Chartier, Miss
Ella Thompson, Miss May Watts, Miss
Alary Galliaan, and A. Bigelow of the
local exchange ot the Southern New
England Telephone company attend
ed the dance given by the telephone
girls in Norwich Friday evening.
Mayor's Night at Parish Carnival.
The carnival under the auspices of
St. Joseph's church opened in Town
hall Friday evening with a, fine . at
tendance. The halt vej handsomely
decorated and presented an excep
tionally attractive appearance. Elab
orate booths were nicely arranged
about each side of the main hall. The
lilgfet was styled "Mayor's night," and
his honor, Daniel P. Dunn, was pres
ent and opened the carnival in his us
ual genial manner, with a happy lit
tle speech. Ileimold's orchestra ren
dered a short, concert previous to the
opening and-' later in the evening fur
nished music for dancing enjoyed by
a large number.
Th young ladies, upon whom the
work of canvassing rests did good
work, which insures a successful car
nival. Lease Store fer Restaurant.
" The store in the Turnbull block on
Main street tha,t has been vacant for
some time has been leased by out of
town" parties who are preparing to
open up a finely equipped restaurant.
. Declines Nomination.
Frank R. Jackson, who was nomi
nated for alderman from the Second
ward fit the! republican caucus Wed
nesday evening. Friday tendered his
declination to Judge William A. Ar
nold, chairmnn of the ward commit
tee He said he did not want any
part of it ajl had told the committee
so emphatically before he was given
the nomination. It fs not known v.'ho
wi'l be the candidate,' but it is ru
mored Albert E. Gurlcy would take the
nomination if tendered him.
Two Aldermen Resign. J
The republican city committee now
has two vacancies to fill to complete
Its ticket for the city election. Besides
the resignation of Frank R, Jackson
as a candidate for alderman from the
Second ward. Alderman C. C. Case,
who was renominated as a. candidate
from the First ward, has sent his res
ignation to the committee. In an in
terview Friday evening Alderman Case
said: "I am forced to- resign because
of business reasons and because of my
present position as a member of a
town school committee, which will re
quire considerable attention and time."
NO ACTION TAKEN ON
Tawrt School Committee Increases
Salary of High School Janitor.
The town school committee held its
postponed- meeting Friday evening.
Pecre-tary Lincoln brought up the mat
ter of his resignation, but no actioa
was taken on the matter. Mr. Dean
reported for the night school commit
tee, it was voted to raise the salary
of i'.io school janitor from $1.25 to 82
per night. - The Polish Naturalization
club requested the chairman of the
committee to furnish a. special instruc
tor In English at the night school. As
there are but few Polish speaking stu
dents enrolled no action was taken on
the matter. It was voted that the com
mittee recommend to the board of se
lectmen for appointment as special
constable, with power to arrest school
children, as provided nnder section
1840 of the general statutes, James
ffaggerty, and the secretary was in
structed to request the appointment sit
once. Principal Case of the high
school called attention to the necessity
f a new encyclopedia.- in the school
library. This wa referred to the text
bc.ok committee for investigation and
John Brown, Jr., of Storrs called on
Ij-iends in Wiliimantic Friday.
James Rowan and John Boucher
were guests of friends in Norwich on
Past Dept. Commander William
Lounsbury, United Spanish War Vet
erans, of Bridgeport, -wn in town for
a brief stay Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry C. Hatch and
L. J. Hammond of Windhajn Center
left Friday- for Winter Haven, Fla.,
to spend the winter.
Secretary Sherwood B. Doollttle o'f
the Wiliimantic T. M. C. A. Friday
attended the monthly meeting of the
physical directors Of the Btate in Hart
ford. E. T. Horm of New Haven,-an ex
ecutive nVeial of the New York, New
Haven 4: Hartford railroad company,
was in Wiliimantic fer a hrief stay on
Friday. - . ;
Homer R. -Harrington left Friday
morning for Exter, N. H., to wltnoss
the annua! football game between P.
A. A. and P. E. A. today (Saturday).
He will be the guest of Roland Jor
dan, student at Extter.
K. of C. Meeting Called.
Grand Ivnight M. M. Dwyer of Car
trill council has ssrjt out notices to
K. of C. members for. a. meeting Sun
day afternoon t which the matter of
increasing the menVbershin during the
coming winter will bo taken up.
- Arrives in Glasgow,
Ex-Mayor J. J. Mc3arvey received
on Friday an announcement from his
mother of her safe arrival at Glasgow,
Scotland, for which port she sailed
reentl.' and wher s wijl remain
for several months., '
Obliged to Return.
Major A. D. Mclntyre, whe left here
Thursday for a deer hunting trip In
New Hampshire was obliged to return
because of an attack bf rheumatism.
In his arm, this bidding fair to rum
tho pleasure of the trip
Local , Briefs.
W. J. G. Myers of New J-laven was
a visitor in Putnawn FMday.
Miss Gladys Murfey Is confined to
her nome by :llnsa
Henry A. Sterrett of Worcester was
a visitor In the city Friday.
J. HARRY MANN
Nominated for Alderman by Demo
' oratic Caucus ef First Ward.
J. Il.ii ry Mann was nominateU for
nldiTiMn at the democratic caucus tit
Ward On held Friday evening. Ex
Mayor J. J. MeQajry was chairman of
tie' metiting 'Hid M. M. buyer vna sec
retory. J.',J. MfeUarry and Thotuax
P. Ryan were named as ward .com -mittefS
;ind the chairman of the cau
cus ' requested to -pti-caent: the numc i
for ratifcation at the' city caucus to
be held nexi week. - - - -
Oe It Point That WayT
The Wisconsin nntorship investi
smion cannot be said to sliow forth ar-
iim'nln Jor dinevt .nomtinations. Bo-'
Prefeoeor and Mrs. Pratt Lose Infant
Daughter Burial ef Abner Plummr
in Elm Grove First Football Game
Ella. Daloris Piatt, the 2 months old
daughter .of , Prof, and 'Mrs , Leonard
Pratt, diil at the hom of her parents
at Willow Point. Prof. Pratt Is prin
cipal of the Went Mystic pchool since
September and has made many friends
her who are grieved to hear of his
' Burial of Abner Plummer.
The tody of Abner Ylummer, who
died in Putnam on Tuesday. was
brought to Mystic Friday morning at
10 o'clock and taken to Elm Grove
cemetery for burial. He was 85 years
of age and a former resident of this
Social Department' Entertained.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Rom entertained
the members of the social department
of the Epworth league at their home,
on Church street, Friday afternoon and
even'ng. At 8.20 o'clock supper was
served and a social evening was spent.
Thcs present were Ttev. and Mrs. C,
T. Hatch, Miss Lottie Hatch, Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Schroder .Charlie and Win
ifred ; Schroder, Mr. and I Irs. ' Otis
Abell Mrs. Amos Hancox. Mrs. Robert
Mc Williams. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Bost
wick. "Miss Violet Bostwlck, Miss 'Ma
New England Supver for Grangers.
Mr. ir.d Mrs. James Pollard enter
tained the members of thn Myotic
grange. Patrons of Husbandry, Thurs
day . evening. Over 40 Mcra present.
Games were played, and at 10 o'clock
guests were present from the Stonlng
ton, Ledyard, Groton and New Lon
Opening Game of Season.
The first ' game of football to be
played this season by the Mystic team
will take place at Stanton's park In
Stonington today, u hen they will play
the Bulkeley High school boys. The
Mvstic liineup will be: Perkins c, Crow
ley Is. GUmore rg. Milled It, Dodge rt.
Wainwright le. Keeler re, Farrell qb.
Cook lhb, Weimeyer rhb, Wilcox fb.
: Unclaimed Letters.
letters addressed as follows remain
unclaimed at the- Mystic postoffice:
Miss. Lena' Brown. James Fagan, W.
O. Gayjor. Hnfy Fitzpatriclt, John
Kenned. Jos. LapoirNe. John Dyyle,
Mrs. John Deveau, Mrs. George 11.
D:tvis, Arthur Perkins. C'tarenve Sher
man,. Patrick Sulldk'aii, Lena Sackac
zensko. 'Miss Alida Stevens' of Mount Clair,
N. J.. is the guest of Mystic relatives.
A number of Mystc gransrers at
tended the chicken pie supper in Led
yard Friday evening.
Rev. Welcome E. Bates, pastor of
the Union Baptist churcWi, will ex
change pulpits on Sunday' morning
with Rev. 'M. Adams of North Stoning
to:i. Leonard Clift is seriously' ill with
Devilfish Taken, Rare in These Waters
Mrs.JFank Nichols May Recover.
In the window of .W. F. Brouiiiton
on Water street i a small devilfish.
taken by Capt. Elisha Clark in one
of the fishing nets. These fish have
jiever been heard of before in these
W4rS'Talk of New . Flagpole.
There? are portions of two flagpoles
in the borough. The oe corner of
Water and Pearl streets cannct he
used, as it i littered with wires, the
strings are all gone and owing to its
topmtat being unsafe, it has been or
dered removed by the warden And bur
gesses. The other pole is Sen front of
the Chesebro property on Watier street
and belongs to the democnatk: voteis
of the First district. The topmast
broke many years ago. There is talk
of a flagpoie heing erected on Wad
wannuck park and having a- flag fly
ing every day.
Flatfish "for Now Yorik.
Captain Clark brought in jix bar-
lels of fish Thursday. Capt. Jml.n Os
borne 2, ar.d Captain Clay 4 All
were flatish and vere shipped to New
York markets. '
Miss Prudence Cltesebro is visiting j
n New York.
Mrs. N. N. Hooper. Miss Mary
Sharswocd and Miss Catherine De-
Forrest are spending the week In
Mrs. Nichols May Recover.
The condition of Mrs. Fjfcvnk Nich
ols of Qulanibaug remains .abrwit the
ame. Hope for her recovery is now
Mr. and Mrs. C.. A. Weinplflifeer of
Xcw York were guests here thte week.
Ij. W. Williams and son are guests
ef relatives in the borough. .
Pulpit Themes for Sunday Borough
Knights Attend Norwich Conclave.
Rev E. W. Potter's morning topic on
Sunday at th Baptist church is The
Christian's Duty in the World, one of
a series of sermons on Covenant Du
ties. The C. E. society have charge
of the eveninj service.
Rev. B. F. Benoit will conduct a
service In French in the Baptist ves
try Sunday afternoon at 3.30.
Rev. W. TI. Gane's morninif subject
at the Congiegaticnal church is The
Evening-Time Light. The evening
topic is. Obed-edom'es Home.
Miss Dorothea. Burleson returns to
New Britain Normal school, after a
week at her home in Sylvaradiile.
Samuel G. Blake returned Thursday
to Saranac Lake.
Mrs. Fred S. Brown entertained the
Hirmonv club on Friday.
T. E, ee, J. H. Iee, A. M. Brown,
A. M. Clarke and Antoine Manard at
tended Columbian cominandery con
clave in Norwich Friday night.
Miss Edna Bumstead left for Paw-
tucket Frtday. aiier visit. wnn
friends In town
Rev. and Mrs. W. H. Gane are in
Miss Getrtrude H. Merchant and Oth.
or Accomplished Entertainers Please
Large Audience at Congregational
An entertainment was given in the
Congregational church Frldtey evening
under the auspices of the. Congrega
tional Young People's smriety. The
programme consisted of eeilections by
Miss Gertrude Harriett Merchant of
Hartford, soprano; Ned S. Webster of
Hartford, elocutionist, and Lyman's
Concert orchestra. . Miss Joswphine
Dawley, accompanist. The ymtertain
ers were of a high order and! met with
Mrs. Thomas A. Day of SiAlem Was
the guest of relatives in town Thursday-
George Case has returned hosne.after
several weeks' stay with relatives in
Indianapolis, Ind. -
Fred A. Smith of New Britain van
in town Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bennett of Wil
Itinaulitt are guests of Mr. BeiAjiettSj
father, on Tbanon avenue.
William Kramer of Norwich wa the.
CASTOR I A
Fer rafts. ts And Children.
Thi Kir.i Yea Hivt Always Ecught l
Facwmile oue-third regular size
g-uest of his 'brother, George Kraniei,
T-'iwJ A. Bowen of WillSmu .tic was
a, t.'olhew'er visitor Thursday.
Isaac Avery of lebanon wmk a. taller
A. I'. Roper was in Lebanon Thurs
'.Eugene Purct-ll whs a tlsltor in M id -dletlown
Auction at Parness Farm.
A good sized crirtvd attended tli
aSjcti'vn at ParneBH lfc Hon' farm. moijiIi
of the Village, Thursday. ,1iarle, J
Brown was auctioneer. Mr. IVrnesM
has soldv his farm and will leave
Pats Tenderfoot Test.
The .-lassi in first aid tu Hie injiuwl
for till J.ho ' Teinderleet of the. Boy
Sloan's Liniment is a relia
ble remedy for avy kind of
horse lameness. U kill the
growth of spasvin, curfor spOint,
absorb enlargements, and is
excellent for sweeny, tistula
N I used Sloan's Liniment on nu Vlor
ItixH lameaeu ofi cured her. 1 Am
never without a hot lie ot your linimcvtf
have bought more vt it ttuit any orttet
remedy for paina Baiiv kinar,
"Sloan F.tnimenl la the bcai made. I
have removed very lrxe ahoe boita sfi s
horse with it, I liava kilterfl a quarter
crack, rm a mare that w awtully bH. I
have also heaied raw, aore neck on efcre
horea. I Kave healed grease beel oat a
mare that emild harHtv walk."
AiAuomv U. Htvva, Oakland. Pa.
Rouie No. i
is good for all farm stock.
''My. hope had Uft rholert thre day
befor we got your liniment, whirh I wm
adviaed to try I hav timed it now tor
three days and my hoes ar almost well.
One hoc died beforet i cot t1 iiuimant.
but I have nrft lost any siuce.M
A. . McCarthv, IdarUie, Xod.
Sold by aU
60c & $1.00
Sloan's Book ea Horses.
Cattle, Hogs and Poultry
Dr. Earl S. Sloan 1
We would suggest that you try them
on your house this coming cold
weather. They arc not expensive,
will last for years, and will make a
" great saving in your coal bills. We
carry regular stock sizes and odd
.'sizes made to order.
' WE ALSO HAVE WEATHER STKIPS.
' . . at . .
FRED C. CROWELL'S
87 Water Street
Beware ctt lmitaiions and substitutes
unscrupulous dealers tell you are
"just as; rood as" Duffy's Pure
. Malt Whiskey -
'.These chen p concbctioni arc oincd on the
people with ti e intent o dercive by dealer
mindful ol thq r profit only and carinjf noth
ing tar the neaith ot their patron.
Some'.try to make you believe it is
Duffy s Pure Malt Whitkey.
When a remedy ha been before
the public f'rrr more than half a ecu
Bury, ha been, prescribed and Used by
the bet doctor and in prominenr
hospital, and ha carried the blessing
of health into a many thousand of
homes as Duffy' Pure Malt Whikkcy
has, imitations (are bound to arise.
1 It has'hecn uisrd for more than fifty
year with remnHkabIe rr-wilt in the
' prevention and cure of H throat, Iude
and itomgcli troullik and all waning
and di&eascd concfition.
Ddiffy'aPure M.lt VVhUkey U the
only whlfikry that was tacd by the
aowrnmentM nu'diwlne durlnf th
The genuine i sold in sealed bot
tles only. The "Old Chemist'
Heail" i on the label and over the
cork an engraved seal, lie certain
this epl it unbroken.. Sold by drug
gists, grocer and dealers everywhere
or direct, $1.00 a large bottle.
yj,, r,Bfly Mult Wnitkr Co., chUr, V. T.
Hi'oiiu as held' in their rouniH i'liilu',
afterii'Jn st 3. Hi. Ilieiie urn 3 uiein
ber v. ln .1 1. v p(iB(l 1 he Tendeifooi
Sundiiy, if il'Urtnt, the Boy Seoul h
w ill In lit- h. hIioi i liise oiii In lie .iiin
try. if runny an inUreHting Islk on
Alhletios Will he glvmi by m miin Iim
Mr. end 'M.n. I're(t Almei' of Wi M -(liemer
nftf taller 'heie 'JIiuiwIh
Sheriff J-fei-; Tlionrj)on of Mid lle
town unit a business cll'i in wn
WIIUmiii IHi-own of GUaad was in
t.lsrry Wlckw h e wua a cnller la
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
'.Wni.-e 1 li-i eby n i 1 1 H.l, hi
meiiit l'e itutft ut ijintmntii '.nn
ill of tin- Clly of Xoi'wiuh, iielil tin lln
4h 1V of XiiwMiw, lll. the rolDow
IliK 'HIT whk tli iillii I (eil ).y (lift 1S.I.I1.'
V'orbs 1'oniimilen miil ttpr'i'Fw-J Im Ihf
f'miri of Common Outsell, (ni vo ni"
ltr-h' li.illUi'il lo h iHxa-i ' 'I' I Mm
mivI .la' appointed in fuM miiter mii.I
Not wi.-ij, i nei-i leot . NC'. 7th 1 ail.
,U(wl: H I'KI'l IIO.N l. M(WHK.
City t'leik anil Clerk oC tint t'umt of
tiouiiiion ( 'ouitr.l I,
Or('!'ii, Thai the i.nlin.n of ih
Connet'l leu t CoMIiatl, lUlert Oct. I U
1811, preeoteil to ltte .irt.' H.nl
too Ol.t. or Coniftioil 't'milH-l! on Mi n
tl h osv f NOemlir. Vtll, i-e. urn M n k
uiitou &v the plan Nubm 1 ted until miii.I
pftitioii) or lofnt'os; .. inRl t-rjii U
tsllwaiv Iw Bhet iintcei- l ri, hi the Ciii
ot Nof-m'i."Vi, Ifont IjoiiiJ IHil Hprni.-i.tuli-itif
ty for a fii.-.f-e of hIo,ii
f.ve ;iih liflv (!,0) fe.l. h'
heard ty tiie Myo?- snl iul Court or
Commoit ' tf'o'liK'll of the T'il y iif Nm
wlrll nl. the donrieil t 'ii dsn hf' r fn Ih.
(Vty of rrwl.'li ii the I :Hli tiny jti
Nveithrti-, Jtll, .-at o'-rlo.-u t.i t'h
evening, slid Ihiii tlio Vaor anil lh.
Cjiy t'leik elve notire of hkI.1 Iih r i n
to mII pi4rlie in intereat. bs lenuired
I heiel' ppiove. of ii1 join In the
Noi h V h,' Conne iitr ul, Nov. tilh, Iflll.
T itcrliy ceiiify (tiat. tlie uhove nnA
florenoirig- in a tru conf of record
Attest; - KTEPKEN' O. MfHIRH,
Gi ty . Clerl .jttnl i.'itrk of the Conn of
I'oinrnoni Couic.:l. novM
li, j-.j J- .
Advice to Mothers
Have' you had baby's .holograph
; Hh an art to (alto baby's plints-
j?rif)li un ii. ali'ji lm laiteii. To t-h
hli fogulfrli little jMtille, his ptetry little
dlirrpte. Such piio JxKispa become prtaed
reuleuihranoes of bahihoonn da.ts in
) ta ii to i-oiii. V'e Imve nad year's of
ejiperjietK-e- lit p.)it i ph .)g eltildren.
Tliey al.BJ iooic ihe.r heal whan we
take them, mi 'rouDissnwe posiaf.
Snap thein.ln a Jiffy.
CiipfijslleNor Ich Pavtr r-'ez-latf.
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