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NEW HAVEN MOBNINO JOyENAL AND COUEIEE, FltHUT OCTOBER 28" 1908.
I j IheifOWE&STElSOH C6.
Good Underwear
At
Howe & Stetsons.
If you have done your . underwear shopping at
these stores in former years, of course you know
just how we stand on the underwear question. You
know that you can get better underwear at a lower
price than at any other store in town. This applies
to Men's Under-garments as well as Women's and
Children's. We sell
The Famous "Forest Mills' Underwear
for Women and Children.
Undoubtedly the beBt under-garmants made for women
and children. They are head and heels over tha cheap,
poorly-made underwear, and a3 good as the real expensive
garments.
Light weight cotton underwear,
Medium weight cotton underwear,
Light weight, part wool underwear,
Light weight,, f wool underwear,
Light weight, silk and wool underwear,
Heavy weight, silk and wool underwear,
Heavy weight, silk ardwool underwear,
Heavy weight, i wool underwear,
Heavy weight, J wool underwear,
"Forset Mills"
Light-weight Cotton Union Suits, $1.00. extm sizes, $1.?5
Light-weight Part Wool Union Suits, $1.50. extra sizes, $1.75
Light-weight J Wool Saits, $175. extra sizes, $2.00
Light-weight Bilk and Wool Union Suits, $2.25. extra sizes, $2.50
Special ! Boy's $1.00 Wool Underwear, 49c.
Boy's ribbed wool shirts with high neck and long sleeves;
aakle length drawers to match the drawers are -well made
and llnished with sateen bands.
Regular $1.00 value. At 49c
Mens Underwear.
In our Men's Store you will find Underwear at
about any price you wish to pay. By this we mean,
any price you wish to pay for good underwear, the
kind you can trust to protect you from the cold and
the kind that will return in good condition after a
trip to the wash-tub.
Men's Fleece Lined Shirts and Drawers, 50c
. Fleeced lined Shirts, double and single breasted; drawers
to match sizes 34 to 50c. At 50c.
Men's Part Wool Shirts and Drawers, 50c.
Heavy Part Wool Shirts, natural color; drawers to
match. At 50:. ,
Men's Half Wool Underwear, at 79c.
Men's Part Wool Shirts of good smooth yarn, natural
color drawers to match. At 79c. '
Men's Cotton Ribbed Underwear, at 50c.
Men's Cotton Ribbed Shirts in blue and ecru; double
seated drawers to match. All sizes. At 50c.
Men's Union Suits.
Men's HeavF Cotton Ribbed Union Suits, $1.00.
Men's Natural Wool Union Suits, $2.00.
Men's All Wool Union Suits txtra quality, $3.00.
Men's Part Wool Union Suits, $1.50.
Men's Natural All Wool Union Suiti, $2.50.
Men's Heavy White Lisle Vnion Suits, $4.00.
Root's "Tivoli" Underwear.
This Is one of the best known makes of Men's Underwear, it
comes in heavy weights only the shirts have single and double
backs and fronts, trimmed with silk tape and finished with pearl but-
tons. The drawers have double gussets and strong suspender tapes.
Koot'fl "Tivoli" Camel's Hair Underwear, $1, $1.50 and $1.75
Root's "Tivoli" Medicated Red Wool Underwear,
$1.50, $1.75 and $2.00.
Root's "Tivoli" White Wool Underwear, $1.00.
Luzerne Wool Underwear, $1.00, $1.50 and $1.75 each.
Mattelutz Steam Shrunk Sanitary Underwear made in
Germany, $2.25 to $5.00 a garment.
A New Writing Paper from the
Eaton-Hurlburt Paper Makers.
Eaton's Hot-Pressed Vellum is the name of this new pro
duct from the famous Eaton-Hurlbut Paper Co. Hot-Preas-ed
Paper has, until now, been considered far too expensive
to write letters upon. We have found a way to make "hot
pressed" paper, for correspondence use, that you can afford.
Eaton's Hot-Pressed Vellum is the Result
It is priced at 35c and 39c a Box.
On sale in New Haven at the Howe & Stetson Stores.
(See window display).
"Under-Price Section"--Basement.
Runs of Men's 1 5c
ThefiOWE &STETS0IICO.
62c.
62c.
$1.00.
$1.25.
11.25.
$1.25.
$1.00.
$1.25.
Wool Hose, 9c a pah.
60c extra sizes,
50c extra sizes,
75c extra sizes,
$1.00 extra sizes,
$1.00 extra sizes,
$1.00 extra sizes,
$1.50
75c extra sizes,
$1.00 extra sizes,
Union Suits.
MORAS COLLAPSES.
Mnssucliusotts Campaign Strenuous for
Democratic Cnndldote.
Fall River, Oct. 25. After speaking
at two rallies, one a densely-crowded
affair in the Academy of Music and
the other an overflow meeting In Ana
wan hall, John B. Moran, the democrat
ic candidate for Rovernor, collapsed to
night and stimulants had to be admin
istered to revive him.
Mr. Moran spoke for an hour in the
Academy of Music, following; closely
other speeches made during the cam
paign. He then walked over to Ana
wan, a short distance away, and talked
for twenty minutes, practically repeat
ing his first speech in a condensed form.
At the conclusion he sank Into a chair
and two physicians jumped to his as
sistance. . A glass of water with a pow
der in it was given him and he revived
sufficiently to walk to his carriage. He
spent the night in this city.
ACtlUEUt AT SOUTH AORWALK.
Tracks Blocked for Four HoiirN Illnlx
of Driving; Wheels Weak
South Norwalk, Oct 25 Tracks were
blocked-here for about four hours this
afternoon by the jumping from the
track of the locomotive attached to an
east-bound train as It was pulling out
of the station. The accident was due to
the breaking of the rims on two of the
engine's driving wheels. The wrecker
was sent here from New Haven and
the tracks were cleared. The broken
drivers were replaced and will be sent
to the repair shops.
OLD lilRlCTORS UE-ELECTEV.
Annual Meeting of Simtn Fe nonil nip
Icy Vote Standard Oil Share.
Topeka, Kan., Oct. 25. All of the old
directors were re-elected at the annual
meeting of the stockholders of the
Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe rail
road, hold here to-day. There was no
opposition, and the block of half a mil
lion shares supposed to be controlled by
the Standard Oil interests was voted by
President E. P. Ripley.
No attempt was apparent on the part
of the Harriman or any other Interests
to secure special representation on the
board.
The board of directors later met and
approved the actions of the executive
committee in Us extensions and pur
chase of additional lines.
REMVOUCtiMESTS SkST OVT,
Assistance for tlie Troops Surrounding
Rebellions Lten.
SloUx City, la., Oct. 25. Troops have
been hurriedly started from Fort
Meade, S. D., to reinforce the soldiers
at Fort Robinson who have surrounded
the rebellous Ute Indians In Wyoming,
but cannot movo them. A telegram to
headquarters says five cowboys have
been killed and a big beef herd raided.
Six troops of the Sixth cavalry have left
Fort Meade an dwill go 135 miies to-
Wyoming. There are btit two troops
of the Tenth cavalry at Fort Robinson.
TALL-llAhVAtlV tih.il ATI
To be Held nt Cambridge December T
Restriction of Immigration.
Cambridge, Mass?., Oct. 25. The an
nual Hurvard-Yale debate will be had
at Cambridge in December 7- This was
decided at a meeting of tho Harvard
Yale debating committees, here to
night. The abject will be "Resolved,
That Further Restriction of Immigra
tion Is Undesirable!"
Criticise rrohthltloulsU
Newark, Oct. 25. Prohibitionists and
antl-saloonlsts were criticised In resold
Hons adopted at the closin gesslon of
tha fourteenth annual convention of the
National Liquor League of tile United
States, which has been In progress here
for the past three dayB. The resolution
declared that "anti-saloon agitators
promote evasion and disregard of law,
and Indirectly the commission of
crime."
New Rrltnln Republicans Nominate.
New Britain, Oct. 25.-The republicans
in convention to-night named ex-Mayor
George W. Corbln as their candidate for
state senator from the Sixth district.
John W. Allen and R, Clifford Merwlri
were named as candidates for repre
sentatives. The nominations were by
aclamatlon. There were no contests. '
To be Hurled Together.
East Hampton, Oct. 25. Living until
nearly the allotted span of life, three
score and ten, John Denier, aged sixty
nine, and his wife Frances, aged sixty
seven, will to-morrow be burled In the
same grave at Marlborough. Mrs. Den
lier died Tuesday of heart failure, and
Mr. Densler's death occurred this morr).
lng. They leave, seven children.
! Charged With Abducting Ills Own Son
New York, Oct. 25. Charged with
1 abducting hln nine year old son Arthur
I from the home of the boy's mother in
this city several months ago, Count
Gyula do Festetlcs was arrested to-day
i In New York and paroled In the cus
j tody of his counsel for further exami
nation to-morrow.
Vermont Woman Suffragist Bill Passed.
Mon-tpeller, Vt Oct. 25. TFie woman
suffrage bill passed the house of repre
sentatives to-day by a vwte 6f 130 to 25.
The bill is intended to give women the
right to vote In town and city elec
tions. It ha,j not yet come before the
senate.
Death from Babbles In Merlden
Merlden, Oct. 25.-fohn Wrenn, a well
known character about town, died at
the almshouse to-day, where he was
taken Wednesday evening, suffering
with a well developed case of rabies.
He was bitten by a dog last September.
This is the first case of rabies In a
human being Merlden has known for
many years.
Successful Trial.
Boston, Oct. 25 The new battleship
Minnesota, a product of the Newport
News Slilp Building and Dry Dock
company, had a very successful four
hours trial off the New England coast
to-day. maintaining an average speed
of 18:851 knots an hour. Her contraot
speed is 18 knots an hour.
gkftise Satires.
iifiBoard of County Com
ui rwt- Haven vjouniv:
a iireoy .apply ior a license tn sell
Spirituous and Intoxicating Liquors
Ale, Lager Bear, Rhine Wine and Cider
at 368 State street, Town of New Hav
en. My place of business is not located
wthln 2u0 feet in a direct line of a
Church Ifidltlce, or Public School-house,
or the premises petaining theeto, or any
Post Office Public Library or Ceme
tery. bated at New Haven, this 10th day of
October. A. D. 1806.
Henry H. Helnzel, Applicant.
We, the undersigned, electors and
taxpayers, as defined by law, of the
Town of New. Haven, hereby endorse
the application of the above named for
aunh llconsa.
Dated at New Haven, this 19th day' of
October. A. D. 190G. ..
Chas. J. Henze, John F. Cox. Fred'k
E. Whltaker, F. A. Felberg, A. S. Teal
1 eal
To the Board of County Commissioners
for New Haven County!
I hereby apply for a license to sell
Spirituous and Intoxicating Liquors
Ale, Lager Beer, Rhine Wine and Cider
at 481 and 433 Congress Ave. Town of
New Haven. My place of business is not
located within 200 feet In a direct line
of a Church Edifice, or Public School
house, or the premises pertaining there
to, or any post Ofllce. Public Libra rv nr
Cemetery.
Dated at New Haven, this 19th day of
October. A. D. 11)0.
Thos. J. Owens, Applicant
We, the undersigned, electors and
taxpayers, an denned bv law. nf tn
Town of New Haven, hereby endorse
Inc application of the above named fnr
such license.
JJated at New Haven, 4h s l!)th rlnv nf
October. A. I). 190(1.
Chas. H. Pond, Thos. Dunn, Peter
Aleto, Francis J. Fly nn, Jacob Malkon.
To the Hoard of County Commissioners
tor rsew Haven County:
I hereby apply for a license to sell
Spirituous and Intoxicating Liquors
Ale. Lnger Beer. Rhine Wine nnd Cider
at 330 Dixwell Ave. Town of New Hav
en. My place -of business is not locat
ed within 200 feet In n direct line of a
Church Edifice, or Public School-house,
or the premises pertaining thereto, or
any Post Office, Public Library or Cem
etery. Dated at New Haven, this 22nd day of
Odtober. A. D. 190(1.
Christie Kramer, Applicant.
We, the undersigned, electors nnd
taxpayers, ns dedncd by- law, of the
Town of New Haven, hereby endorse
the application of the above named for
suoh license.
Dated at Now Haven, this 22nd day of
October A. D. 190(1.
John CKHstnuuin. Cnrl ,T. Solmlze,
August C. Brown, Casper Klpp, Walter
A. Eiscle.
To the Board of County Commissioners
for New Haven County:
I hereby npply for a license to sell
Spirituous and Intoxicating Liquors,
Ale. Lager Beer, Rhine Wine and Cider
at 145 Ncwhall street, Town of New
Haven. My place of business is not
located within 200 feet in a direct line
of a Church Kdlllce, or Public School
house, or the premises pertaining there
to, or any Post Ofllce, Public Library or
Cemetery.
Dated nt New Haven, this 22nd day of
Oct, A. IV 1905.
Geo. V. Shea, Applicant.
We, the undersigned, electors and
taxpayers, ns defined by lew, of the
Town of New Htiven, hereby endorse
the application C the above named for
suoh license. : . . .. .
Dated at New JIavcn, this 22nd day of
Oct. A. D. 19(1(1.
James Cu'llahnri, August Eiricli. Pat'k
Kcnne, Henry Relchel, Patrick F. Loe,
To tho Board of County Commissioners
for New Haven County:
I herein- apply for a license , to soli
Spirituous iii)4 Intoxicating. Liquors,
Ale, Lager Bcor, Khlnd Wine and Cider
ut 12 Fair struct, Town of New Haven.
My place of business Is located within
05 feet In a direct line of a ,. public
School-house, Of the premises pertain
thereto. , ...,
Dated at New Haven, this 22nd day of
October A. D. 1006. . ,, ;
Natale Acunte, Applicant.
'We the undersigned., electors and
taxpayers, n defined . by law, of the
Town' of New Havert, hereby endorse
the application of the above named for
lDatedat New Haven, this 22nd day of
October. A, D. 190(5. ,
Raffele Fret!, Egldlo Ferrnlole,
LulglG. Oarhano, Pesqunle C. Corso,
Joseph lamlccl.
To the Hoard of County Commissioners
for New Haven County:
I hereby apply for a license to sell
Spirituous and Intoxicating Liquors,
Ale, Lager Beer, Rhine Wine and cider
nt 115 Frank . street Town of New
Haven. My place ot business is not lo
cated within 200 feet in a direct line of
a Church Edifice, or Pi'l'Ho School
house, or the lr"nlses pertaining
thereto, or any Post Office, Public Ll-
XUlUTew mvon, this 22nd day of
R,0ber'jhnH9 Courtney, Applicant
We. the undersigned electors nnrr
tnxravcrs. ns defined by law, , of the
Town' of New Haven, hereby endnrao
the application of the above named for
m,Dhntedt NcW Haven, this 22nd day of
October. A. D. 190(1.
Jolin Conway. Patrick Campbell, Geo.
H. Cook, George Jacob, Peter Wterlch.
To the BOnrd of County Commissioners
for New Haven County:
I hereby npply for a license to sell
Spirituous and Intoxicating '--'n"".
Ale. Lager weer, Knine nij" ,i":
nt 21 Broadway, Town ot s n,m,
Mv place of business Is not located
within 200 feet in a dlreet line of a
Church -Edifice, or Public School-house,
or the premises pertaining thereto, or
anv PoRt Ofllce,- Public Library or
Cemetery. ' ...
Dated at New Haven, i
October. A, D. 1900,
EuOWIiru J. MOrmri.v, '!""
We, the undersigned, electors and
taxpayers; as defined oy . i
Town of New Haven, hereby endorse
the application ot tne auuvc mu.
Bitch license. . . .
Dated nt New TIaven. im "l
October. A. D. 190(1. . ,
Sam'l H. Klrby. Henry E. Marsh.
..Fred'k Brethnuer, Benjamin L. Lath
rop Dudley J. Warner. .
To the Board of County Commissioners
for New Haven County:
I hereby npply for n license to sell
Spirituous and' Intoxicating Lln"rs.
Ale. Ihtfer Beer, Rhine Wine and Cider
nt qt nit oii-ixii Town of New, Haven.
1U- 1nce nt hi.ilneRR iS not located
within 200 feet in a direct line of a
cknrr.li Trviincn nr Public Sclirtol-house
or the premises pertaining thereto, or
any Post Office, Public Library or
hated at New Haven, this 22nd day of
October. A. D. 190C, , ,, .
snwinnioi Msrcell. Applicant.
We, the undersigned, electors and
taxpayers: as dftflned by law, of tha
Tnftn nt Nn linvoti. hereby endorse
the application of the above named for
such license.
Dated nt New Haven, this 22nd day of
October. A. rv mftfi
John It Adams. John M. Richards.
George Trelber, Louis Kuha, . Chris
Fries. .
Percv RnnnTtv .Tove. she said I re
minded her of the Greek's candy sign
I wonder If she meant I was so sweet? (
Miss Tabasco-No. I ges8 8he was al
hiding to the "Fresh Every Minute" ,
part. Chicago Dally News-
Always .R.empmier the T.
j axative promo r
CurejtCoUinOnaDay.Crip
ill .Njim
juimna
Sn3Dcy
gicctisc IJotias.
To the Board of County Commissioners
for New Haven County:
I hereby apply tor a license to sell
Spirituous and Intoxicating Liquors
Ale, Lager Betr, Rhine Wine and Cider
at 404 Washington Ave. Town of New
Haven. My place of business Is not lo
cated within 200 feet in a diiee
of u Church Kdifioe, or Public School
house, or the premises pertaining there
to, or any Postofflce, Public Library or
Cemetery.
Dated at New Haven, this 22nd day of
October. A. D. 1908.
Tlmlthy Eagnn, Applicant.
We, the undersigned, electors and
taxpayers, as defined by law, of the
Town of New Haven, hereby endorse
the application of the above named for
such license.
Dated at New Haven, this 22nd day of
Ootober. A. D..190C.
Geo. W Neal, Andrew McQuony
John McGovern, Phillip Comfrey
Tony Passella.
To the Board of County Commissioners
for New Haven County:
I hereby apply for a license to Bell
Spirituous and Intoxicating Liquors,
Ale, Lager Beer, Rhino Wine and Cider
at 1C1 Ashumun street, Town of New
Haven. My place of business Is not lo
cated vvlthl 200 feet In a .direct line ot
i Church Edifice, or Public School-
House, or the premises pertaining there
to, or anv Post Office Public Library or
Cemetery.
Dated nt New Haven, this 19th day of
October. A. D. 1U03.-
Patlck Skinner, Applicant.
We, the undersigned, electors and
taxpayers, ns defined bv law. of the
Town of New Haven, hereby endorse
the application ot the above named for
such license.
Da tod at New Haven, this 19th dav of
October. A. D. 1906.
John H. Adams, Louis Knhn, John M.
Richards, Geo. Trebort, Chlst. Fries.
To the Board of County Commissioners
for New Haven County:
I herebv ii.nnlv for n licpnKp in a.n
Spirituous and Intoxicating Liquors.
Ale. Lager Beer, Rhine Wine and Older
at 108 Hamilton street, Town of New
Haven. My place of business Is not lo
cated within 2:i(l feet in a direct line of
a Church Kdlllce, or Public School
house, or the premises pertnlning there
to, or anv Post wfflee. Public; I.lhnrv m-
Cemetery. . .
Dated at New Haven, this ISth dnv of
October. A. D. 1906,
Saulnto A. Mallone, Applicant.
We, the undersigned, electors and
taxpayers, ns defined by law. of the
Town of New Haven, hereby endorse
the application of the abovo nnmed for
such license.
Dated at New Haven, this ISth day of
October. A. D. 190G.
Louis Kohn. John M. Richards, John
H. Adams, Christ. Fries. Geo. Trior.
To the Board of County Commissioners
ior mew Haven .County:
I hereby apply lor a license - to sell
spirituous and Intoxicating Liquors.
Ale, linger Boer, Rhine Wine and Cider
at 38 Hill street, Town of New Havon.
My .place of business is not located
witnin u-.et in a direct line ot a
Church .Edifice, or Public School-house,
or the premises pertaining thereto, or
any Postofllce, Public Library or Cemo
tery. Dated at New Haven, this ltth day of
ueiouer. a. l, r.ioii.
Antonio Pepe, Applicant.
We, the undersigned, electors and
taxpayers, us defined by law, . of tho
Town of New Haven, herebv endorse
the application of the above named for
such license.
D.ited nt New Haven, this 17th day of
Uclober. A. 1. 1II0G. . - .
Domenleo Esposlto, Lewis DeVita,
Geo. Montano, Pasqunle Tueeo, A. Nich
olas Lassey.
To tho Board of County Commissioners
for New Haven County:
I hereby apply 1 for a lleeiise to sell
SpnituoiiK and Intoxicating Liquors,
Ale, Lager Beer, Rhine Wlno and Cider
at 75(1 and S Chapel street, Town of
New Haven. My place ot business Is not
loeateil within 200 feet in a direct line
of a Church Edinco, or Public Schuol
house, or the premises pertaining there
to, or any Post Ofllce, Public Library or
Cemetery.
Dated at New Haven, this 19th day of
uetober.'A. JJ. Hioii.
Arthur A Herrman, Applicant.
Wc, the undersigned, electors and
taxpayers, ns defined by law, of the
Town of New Haven, hereby endorse
the application ot the above named for
such license.
Dated at New Haven, this 19th day of
October. A. i. mou.
Frank I. Thompson. J. M. Rendoth. If.
H. O. Bretsfelder, Thos. Cunningham,
uaniei j. Alien.
To tho Board of County Commissioners
for New Haven County:
I hereby apply for a license to sell
spirituous and Jntoxienting Liouors
Ale, Lngcr Beer, Rhine Wlno and Cider
at M7 Water street, Town of New Haven
My place or business Is not located
witnin 20" reet In a. direct line of a
Church Edifice, or Public School-house,
or the premises pertnlnlng thereto, or
any rosiomce, rumic ijiDrary or feme
fery.
Dated at New Haven, this 19th day of
uciobcr.. a. u 1D06.
Thos. h. Malloy, Applicant.
We, the undersigned, electors and
taxpayers, as defined by law, of the
Town of New Haven, hereby endorse
the application of the above named for
such license.
Dated at New Haven, this 19th day of
October. A. JJ. 1900.
Geo Bonn. John G. Brauer, John C.
Adams Edw. A. Rourke, Thos. P
Uouke.
To the Hoard of County Commissioners
1 tor New Haven County:
1 hereby apply for a license fo sell
bpirltnous and Intox cntlne Liouors.
Ale, Lnger Beer, Rhino Wine and Cldor
at S01 Unind Ave, Town of New Haven.
My place of business Is not located
within 200 feet in a direct 1 ne of
Church Edifice, or Public School-house,
or the premises pertaining thereto, or
any Post Oflice, Public Library or
Cemetery.
Dated nt New Haven, this 16th day of
October. A. I). 190(1.
..Morris Schubert, .Applicant.
We, the undersigned, electors nnd
taxpayers, as defined bv law, of the
Town of New Haven, hereby endorse
the application of the above named for
such license.
Dated at New Haven, this 16th day of
ootooer. a. l). 1906.
John F. Shanley. Andrew J. Clerkln
B. .Keller. Frank Helteoh, Win. O'Keefe
To the Board of County Commissioners
- for New Haven County:
, I hereby apply for a license to sell
Spirituous and Intoxicating Liouors
Ale. Lager Beer, Rhine Wine and Cider
nt 86 Wallace street. Town of New
Haven. My place of business is not lo
within 200 feet In a direct line of i
direct line of a Church Edifice, or
public School-house, or the promises
pertaining therto, or any Post office,
Public Library or Cemetery.
Dated at New Haven, this 19th day of
October. A. D. 1906.
John ContI Applicant.
We, the undersigned, electors and
taxpayers, as denned by law, of the
Town of New Haven, hereby endorse
the application of the above named for
such license.
Dated at New Haven, this 19th day of
October. A. D. 1906.
Geo. Bobn, John F. Brauer. John H.
Adams. Edw. A. Rouke, Thomas, P,
Rourke.
en every
y&lf bos. 25c
WOMEN'S FALL BOOTS,2
$3, $3.50 AND $4.
Our Women's Fall Boots at fa.Uxo and
$4. include all leathers,
widths and all
.Complete in
OALY GOOD
THE NEW HAVEN
SHOE CO.
842 and 846 Chapel Street.
D. Mi WELCH 4 SON offer
FRESH KILLED POULTRY
Price lower. Large Roasting Chickens, 20c per lb.
.Young Fowl, 1 8c per lb. Sold full dressed Finest
stock we have had thjs season. , .
CAPE COD CRANBERRIES . . ;
The dark red kind, 10c per quart. '
SWEET POTATOES , . , "if A
We have them at 25c per peach basketful;1' Jersey
Sweets, '2 5c per peck. .
PICKLING ONIONS x '"; .
Little yellow Onions for pickling or boiling; 25c per
half bushel peach basket. ... .
GRAPE FRUIT
Very nice Florida Grape Fruit, not large, but fine,
flavor, 2 for 5 cents.
D. M. WELCH & SOW;
Fair Kiven 28-30 Congress Avs West Haven
SAUSAGES!
From now on, we can furnish you with
one of the best sausages ever pro
duced. Made entirely from home
fatted Spring Pigs and Pure
Spices. They do not contain
crackers, corn meal, boric acid,
water or preservatives in any
form (nor ever did)- Try
some for breakfast.
In Bags and Links at 20c. Per Pound.
The S. V.HurlburtCo,
1074 Chapel St.
FISH!
HALIBUT
SE A Tit OUT
BLUES
STEAK COD
HADDOCK
BOSTON HM'KS
HAKE
FLATFISH
"Prlvldcnce R!ver,
OYSTERS
Opened
to ORDER.
EELS
Tltry
art sll
FRESH
That Cheese Habit
Won't gn when It once tnken hold
mil It's good for yon, when the eliecnc
in nice.
Over 30 Kinds.
of Imported and domeMIe cheese.
I.nrRfNt nnd Uncut assortment
New Huven.
S. S. ADAMS.
CORNER STATE nnd COURT STREET.
ROB llownrd Ave. 280 Davenport Ave.
6(H) Howo"1 Ave. IBS Lloyd Street.
T15 Grnnd Ave. 7 Shelton Ave.
Mnifnon'if SllrosNor.
Washington, Oct. 25. The statement
was made by a cabinet officer to-day
that the appointment of a governor of
the Panama canal zone in all probabil
ity would not be made until after Pres
ident Roosevelt's return from the trip
of inspection fcu the isthmus.
all modern styles, all
this number.
SHOES
I HART MARKET CO,
2 Native Killed Market
Products
$ Fresh Killed Spring
Chickens, fowls
and Ducklings.
i We handle the choicest
i supplies. Fall Fruits and
I Pickling Goods now in
I their prime.
1QO TEMPLE STREET.
SHREWSBURY!
Canned Fruit
and Vegetables
"Prevention Is better than cure.''
Take care of your diet by purchasing
only PUKE and WHOLESOME FOOD;
the additional cost of that guarantee
will be more than saved in physician's
bills, and the tone given to the system
will enhance the enjoyment of eating.
SHREWSBURY MEANS PUHE.
Sweet Wrinkle Peas.
Strlrgless, Golden Wale and Small
Lima Beans..
Loveapple Tomatoes.
Fresh Asparagus. I Baby Corn.
Fresh Ruby Beets.
Apricots. Peaches: Cherries.
Pears. Plums.
Raspberries and Strawberries.
The R. H. Nesbit Co.
Cor. Elm
nnd Chnrch
Streets.
Tel 872.
BRANCH: 275 KdgeTrood Avenue.
Tel. 264-3.

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