CONNECTICUT WESTERN NEWSfcEPTEMBER 2, 1920.
Canaan, at Conn.
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DAVID C. WHITTLESEY.
CHARLES S. ADAM.
Whittlesey & Adam i ;
.-i ... Fire. Insurance i
. Office Over Parsons & Son's Store, Canaan, Conn,
Represent Many Old and Reliable
Companies of Hartford and New York
We insure against loss under the new
Connecticut Workman's Compensation Act
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H. H. BURDICK,' LakeriHe ALLYN FULLER, Canaan
BURD1GK & FULLER
t and Embalmers
PHONES: Lakerille 137 Lady Assistant
Canaan 166 Night and Day Service
New York office ' 14 East 39th St., Telephone M. Hill 8341
The N. A. McNeil Co.
A INSURANCES I
Xiime Rock, Conn.
jj TELEPHONE 67-2, - Lakeville Division.
G. WJLLJS PAPSOJMS
FIRE, LIFE, ACCIDENT
Room 21 Canfield Block
ENDORSED AT HOME
Such Proof as This Should Convince
Any Canaan Citizen
The public endorsement of a local
citizen is the best proof that can be
produced. None better, none stron
ger can be had. When a man comes
forward and testifies to his fellow
citizens, addresses his friends and
neighbors, you may be sure he is
thoroughly convinced or he would
not do so. Telling one's experience
when it is for the public good is an
act of kindness that should be ap
preciated. The following statement
given by a resident of Canaan adds
one more to the many cases of Home
Endorsement which are being pub
lished about Doan's Kidney Pills.
Lee R. Wickwire, Railroad- St.,
says.: "I am glad to recommend
Doan's Kidney Pills, for I have
used them with wonderful results.
I am subject to pains across the
small of my back and when they
come on, I use Doan'so Kidney Pills
and am relieved almost immediately
I know from experience that they
are a wonderful medicine."
Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy
gete Doan's Kidney Pillsthe same
that Mr. Wickwire had.
Milburn Co., Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y.
THE NEW YORK TIMES,
BRYAN ASSAILS COX
AND H. S. CUMMINGS
Coils Choice of Democratic Con
vention Chairman a 'Tragedy
for the Party.
COX CANDIDACY A DISGRACE
Hit Nomination Would Bo an Insult
by tho Liquor Forces,
No break an A art.
feoief to Tht yto Tor Tim4$.
JL-TNCOLN, Neb.. May IS. William
Milan Dryaa turned hU political bat-
is ioni-mt on ltomer a. cumminc.
Irtnaa of the Democratic National
tmltUe. and Governor Cox of OWo.
statement give out ir h says:
naouon or chairman- tun
.sound tho ksynota of th
10 National Convention" Is
a comedy. It Is a traredy.
mtianeholy Derfnnlnjr'tf the
rata have any Intention of mak-
if a campaign this year. If tht Demo
rsrtic Party Is .to ba wrntl in a
we ahrOud. locked up In a Wall
Street safe and burled at sea. Cumrolnrs
".J".". th Prson to officiate, but his
selection la a serious handicap, if the
party proposes to appeal to the arotrae--slve
sentiment of the country."
Mr. Bryan calls the Cox candidacy a
dlsarace. He says:
. " The fact that the Democrat of two
dry States, Ohio and Keotuoky. hare in.
true ted for Governor Cox makes It
ftroper to consider his position ott . the
Iquor Question. It Is beoomjnr -every
day more and more apparent that he U
tha man about whoso standard tho wot
forces will rather.
" Governor Edwards Is a Joke. A
drunkard In the last tares of delirium
tremens would have sense enough to
know that Edwards has no chance of
nomination. Senator Hitchcock did not
have any chance even before the Ne
braska primary, hence he had nothing
to lose. Governor Cox Is their man and
ba has fairly won the dishonor that be
" After disgracing -his Htate ha aspires I
to a position In which he could dls-rraoa I
a nation. For years the men engaged!
In the liquor business have been tho real I
anarchists of the country, far paore Uan-!
reroue than the professional anarch li-ta. '
Governor Cox has become ' their cand f
"Ills nomination would. make tho
Democratic Prtv the i-cU- or th .
less element: of the country, and hta
election. If, such a thing were possible,
wotild turn the White House over to
those who defy the Government and bold
law In -contempt.
There la no likelihood of Ms notnU
nation and no chsnce of his election If
nominated, but why should any Pemo
cret be willing to support a man whose
nomination would insult the conscience
of the nation? For the triumph of pro-
hlbitlon Is a triumph of tho nation'
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JOHN J. WEIR -
Undertaker Auto Sorrico
Great Barrington, - Mass.
Tel. office 56-W House 464J
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Best Workmanship and Material
Wo rafor you to our customers for
' ASHLEY FALLS. MA&!$.
STEPHEN H. HENDRY
ALL KINDS OF BRICK WORK
PLASTERING and CEMENT
CARE GEOr HALL"
Ashley Falls,' Mass.
JtotnmiQ Moreno was a small boy when his father died. Eager to assist
iVttfoteer by' sharing part of the family burden he obtained a position as
i clerk. For this service he received the-princely sum of two dollars
skf Although he ttked his position, this Spnnish lad had dreams of mak-
ftjrjHine. He had seen wealthy American tourists in his native town and
wakened ambition In his breast He resoK-ed to save his money and go
land of promise.
be 'Americans who visited Campamento were all supposed to be mlllion
iSInto ftie mind of Antonio Moreno came dreams, drenms of Wealth that
raooss me great ocean, tie oecame aeterminea to go to uie unueu oiaitra
fjae a fortune.
When Antonio Moreno, atithe age of fifteen, walked up the gangplank
jfrptn tife Gibraltar docks to an American steamship, he was in" reality cross
'fe.thefcrldge from nonentity to fame. Aboard the boat was one of America's
'ijdlatSguished actresses, Miss Helen Ware, ner attention was attracted
toV&l handsome lad ywith the fiery eyes, 'arid she became Interested in him.
:e a fortune,"" promptly replied young Antonio.
Xat-o cm 11 cw of Vila onnflrlpnfHi an A ror-llPil. T think von will find
p . r f aaa v ouiiivvi aa v Mtu w v - -w -w mu- w
JratnwQbe ind fortune in the theater If you chose to become an actor."
-J -Elie prophecy Is nowbe!ng realized. Antonio Moreno as the star of such
Vila-graph serials as "The Iron Test" and '"Perils of Thunder Mountain," Is
learnmsf' International fame and a considerable fortune. While in New York
.." - - a . X A. T TK i 1 , Amnnntt n A
eepiiy ne signea a two year couire-i wrui m v iiu&iiilui wujauj ouu
ntly finished a serial production dealing with secret service, entitled Tho
a - a a ji ea '
A-.'Toast: " Wilson That's All
iffi i . tt: rrr
ln;eactensiv array awaits JVour' in
spection at my place of business. No
job too large or too small tor us to
handle. We have no agents thereby
-save the middleman's profits. This
is an item worth considering; '
Kindly bear us in mind if you; need
anything in our(,line., u
THE R. L. VALENTINE
MILLERTON, N. Y.
F. Oliver, Manager
N. B. Lettering done in cemetery.
PARKER HOUSE ROLLS, BUNS,
BISCUITS, PIES, AND ALL
KINDS CAKES IN GREAT
0 B READ
Wo bake 24 Ifours a day.
Fresh Goods at all time
f Checks that 5 1
I can't be'Rsedif !
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COONS & BEEBE
Cigars and Tobacco
Wadham's High Grade Ice Cream
In Brick or Bulk
Full Line of
PIPES AND CIGARETTES
CANFIELD BLOCK, Down Stairs
What ha-s becoim-Iof Hut good(old
word "earns V Folks art? "gettlnV."
nrc "paid" and ure "in:tklng' so much
aday. T.ut nothing Is Raid nlout any
body 'Vii mlng" anything. Los Aiigeleo
J. H. MALONEY
Great Barrington, . MaoC
Phone 66W Residence 331 Mais
J. W. MORRIS
DEALER IN ICE
Gonoral Trucking Baggage Trait tie
CANAAN, - . COKM,
I. P. HORNBECK
FALLS VILLAGE, - - COHK.
J. E. HASSETT, D. M. D. ,
THE CANFIELD BLOCK
CANAAN, - . . CONSI.
C C. SCOVILLE
Office Rear Canfield Hotel
CANAAN SAVINGS BANK
GEORGE S. FULLER, Proaidont.
JOHN B. REED, Treasurer";
Bank closes on Saturday at 12 H.
LAFFARGUE and SONS
The Well Mn
Core Drilhng--5inklng Artaela
Well, a Specialty
JOHNSON & LINDELL
DOORS, SASH and BLINDS.
Wood Turning and Interior Work
Veneered Doors a Specially
Might Charge tho Valet.
A South Wnles miner duirrc-l with
trapping birds wna found t be wor
lng three coats: As thl might have
boon duo to an oversight on tfie part
of his vulot It was" not tucHidd in thi
charge. Punch. London.
i Scientists s:i 1' : ' nn. ir.nary whale
lives to the i "i00 yenrs, vwhUo
some whales !::iv.- boon caught whoeoj
appoar iico iIoih-jos them to have Ured
es many 'i.ihk? years.
The Tlvnkera cf Old.
In . tlio
r.th an.1, elghtoentb
I centuries tho irn : lost thinners of the
! wort'l pav t'.'. r.'vdves ut to nvithf-
matical an i ) . -i al rosoarch.
J. H. RORABACK
Attorney and ConncelUr at Law
CANAAN, - - . COMM
EDW. F. DONSBOUGH
E. A. BREWER
PAPER HANGER and PAINTLUI
PalnU and Oils WaU Papec
On n b ft n i OossW
Just below railroad crossing in recr
of Dempsey's Drug Store'
SANDWICHES, .PIES, COFFEE
GILLETTE & COLLINS,
NEW MILFORD SECURITY
Choice loans on First
Mortgage, bearing 5H
and 6 per cent interest
Municipal and Public
H. D. HUMPHREY,
Many Will Not Delkve It.
A Boston minister says thru woii
en are th best acoonntontf.. This t$
!nirdm 'l:o ir.( n :iftor .iil 1 1; erpe
r' i:-o th.ov h:vo h:'l tii ncoountlnr
f--r ti.--; v, lvo th vt-xi r.iirnlngv
St. Louis V(",!- DoniMrrnv
Grant Ii Ilaciilton of -Jugo,"-
The coinhct of a wh-oji-iorv-ien tg
ever sultedto the pros'!:t p -hire
affairs. Often by fi roroii. r. art hi
saves tho whole, and bv y!opng !a
a waall matter ,;o uroi- t . ;iter.
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