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We Are Drawing Attention To what l uioHt emphatically tlio bust offer ubmltt liiK In print. You are looking for a Out of which you will get a return proportionate the transaction. Ours U to give you the chance and this is exactly what we are doing when weofferour Blue Middlesex Suit for 10. Nobody can bliuue you tor being anxious to get a rich return for a poor outlay. That, aud nothing loss than that, is what you will securo if you don't lose this opportunity. BOY'S AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHING. Nevr before such an assortment at such lor J so, 1 and yi.Ac). Very nobby and stylish Men's and young men's suit f H.fto, 8.M), 10, gain at from 1 tr 4 mote. Negligee Hhlrts, with starched collar and cntrs Wc, 1.2. f l.aii and l.HO. An Immense stock of Straw Huts 25c, 50c, "'', !, 1.25, 1.50. An elegant as well as the Lar est Assortment of Neckwear in the City. FOSTER,BESSE& CO, Combination Clothiers, 317 Main Street, BRIDGEPORT, CONN. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. Litchfield County News. BRIDGEWATER. A Sl'MMF.H ll()'I'i:i. WASTED. l'eoplo are asking for board here which cannot be accommodated. Why does Dot some one open a llrst class summer hotel In this place 't HAD ACC1DKNT TO M 11 MEAD. Carson Mead cut his foot badly, with a scythe, lust Friday. A doctor was sum moned from New Milford. I'ltOtiUKfi! OF FARM WoKiv. Haying and rye harvesting are engag ing the attention of the busy farmers though clouds rather than sunshine pre dominate. Some rye was badly tangled and lodged and scythes and mowing machines as well as cradles were brought into requisition in cutting it. 8. H. Weeks entertains lr Harris from Sprlngneld, New Jersey. The doctor has many1 friends in town who are glad to ccet him again. E. II. Beardsley aud mother from Thotuaston were recent guests of Mrs A. T T ....A 1 1, llL'...ol ,.,..1 ,1., ..,r), ter from Xew Haven of Mrs Dwight Wheeler. (J. A. J Queckberner returned to New York, last week. dark Wheeler's family from Bridge port are with Mrs Joseph Greer. Late news from l:ev J. u. Dooltttie and family reports him leaving Farnum, Neb., with a possibility of coming East. Mis Jay Frost's house is open again. It Is reported that Mrs C II. Jessup's place will be soon. New York City, Springfield, New Jersey, Bridgeport, New Milford and Brookfleltl were represented in Mr Donne's congregation Sunday morning. Ills sermon was from GalaMan", (1:7-8, and was deep, strong and practical. The Kndeavor meeting led by Mark Mc Eslln. The topic was "Repentance." Mr and Mrs S. I. Treat spent Huudiy Id Morris. Lee Dickenson la the new committee in the East district. Mrs Austin Smith entertains her sister from New Milford. Mrs Allen Treut and daughter from Bridgeport are with Mrs Harmon Treat. Robert Minor spent Sunday with his brother, Herbert Minor, In Canaan. Miss Eva Bostwlck Is expected to teach the Southvllle school. Miss Edith Mallory Is engaged to teacb In Mallett district. Mr Merwln of Milford la spending an Indatlnlte time at William Piatt's. Mrs Lester Worden and ton,Frank B., visited her sister, Mrs l'hlneus Clark of New Mllford,over Sunday. m Mtss Laura Minor Is at Mrs E. II. Wel- ton's. Raccoons a'nd kutk are terrorizing poultry raiser. Amos Northrop trapp ed a coon that had been visiting his cherry trees by baiting him with f ome of bis favorite fruit. One of the tribe that had been dealing in thickens was founu dead close to the remains of a poisoned egg left for the spotted cut's dessert by Willis Frost. At a business meeting of the Y. 1. S. C. E. la 'the chapel, last Sunday evening, the old officers were re-elected for the en cuing six months with slight changes in the committees. Fish In the Housatonlc are showing a better disposition to bite and fisherman report excellent luck. ' Jay Northrop Is putting In a aew and substantial cider press to be used In ad dition to the old one In extracting the apple Juice. Mr Northrop has one of the earliest pieces of tobacco In town and ' rial aireaay toppea a poruuu u u. A gang oi six wood choppers, Italians and Swedes, are cutting the hemlocks on the mountain landVof Frederick. Turrill. The wood Is to be shipped to Shelton and there used In the manufacture of postal cards. NEW MILFORD- HANBURY BOYS VIOTOKIOIS- The game of ball between the Dan- bury and New Milford Y. M. C. A. teams atOonetla Tark. ltvst Friday, resulted in a victory lor the former team. The home team made the most base hits,' (truck rt t"e same niimtwr ui men as the visitors, and wer e edited with four earned runs to tht D.ir.bury's one.- Eot thev also made the largest number of foolish and costly errors and thereby & COMPANY. tlmt we have ever yut hart the pleasure of purelume that yon won't regret having made and to your Investment. That la your side of low prices. Neat looking and serviceable suits suits at (4, 4. .Mi, 5, B.50, fi, 6.50. 12, l.l, I t, id, in, is, 20, 22 to 26.50, everyone a bar. lost the game. A gang of "hooters" ' came up w ith the Oanbury's aud en I deavored by their insulting and unearth ly yells to "rattle" the home team. In this they were unsuccessful as they have played ball too long to be affected in the least by "hoodlums." Blakely was obliged to retire in the seventh, his arm giving out entirely. Miner took his place in the box and put a stop to run getting by "shutting out" the visitors during the rest of the game. It was the general opinion that had he been substi tuted earlier in the game the score might have been reversed. The score by in nings was as follows: 1 2 3 4 5 0 7 8 a Dan bury '.' 0 - 2 0 0 0 0 8 New Miltonl U 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 :( KENT. A I.IVKI.Y COLLISION. Thiie was a collision on our main street the oilier evening. Result, two Indian women badly scared, one wheel smash ed and a driver of ;geuerous proportions landed at the heels of his horse. If the horse had not been well broken there is no question that its driver would have had something more to complain of than sore muscles and aching bones. Moral : It is dangerous to drive fast in the dark and an equally dangerous thing to be on the wrong side of the street. Our streets ought not to be used for a racing track aud our sidewalks belong to pedestrians, not bicyclists. By the way, we consider it the height of impudence for a cyclist to sound his warning bell when riding on the sidewalk. We understand it Is some times done. Gustav Anderson has bought him a small farm near West Haven and will re move his family from their present resi dence in Macedonia, the old Winegar homestead, as soon as possible. He pur poses to go into the business of raising poultry for the market. A crusade has been begun against car rying calves to the station tied in a man ner contrary to law. The proper thing is to have a rack made on purpose. It will more than pay its own expense in the better condition the animals will ar rive in. If for no other course, it ought to be done "for sweet humanity's sake." Mrs Eugone Barton and family have been spending a few days in town with Mrs W. Watson, Jr. James Robertson was in town over Sunday. Miss Mlddlebrook is vl.-iting Mrs W. Watson, Sr. Miss Vose is visiting Mis Iloxtan. Mr Gregory and wife aie visiting Mrs Elizabeth Ilowland. Miss Annie Kuapp has gone to the World's fair. Miss Florence and Clarence Fuller have returned from the Columbian exhibition. Mrs Linus Fuller, Mrs Sturges and Louise are at the old homestead. Rev W. F. and Mrs Bielly attended the archdeaconry meeting in Litchfield and were the guests of the rector, Rev S. O. Seymour. Berries are plenty, to pick cherries? Are boys too laey Currants and raspberries are a fine crop, this year. Insects are bothering me tmaii iruits, tnis year. Many pear trees show effects of the blight. Before long we shall have to resort to spraying If we expect any fruit whatever. Apples promise well, though the drought in the early part of the season caused many to drop. Apricots look well. Peaches are One where the yellows have not set in. MILTON- THE MILTON KINK WON. Saturday afternoon the Bantam nine and Milton boys played baseball, the Mil ton's scoring 43 to the Bantam's 11. This result is the more surprising as the Mil ton's devote very little time to practice. But the Bantams are good boys and good players for all that. i;n r naay juiss aran iiarrlson came home for her summer vacation. During the fortnight since the close of the school at .Seymour she has been visiting her brother and other friends at Palmer and Ludlow, Mass. On Friday also, F. M. Seelye of Thom aston drove up here, On Saturday he returned, taking his mother with him to keep house during the absence of his wife. She has gone to the great fair at Chicago. Thence to visit friends at Ra cine, Wis1., and elsewhere at the West. She is likely to be gone for sume time. On Friday, a con was born to Mr and Mrs Frank Blake A good, solid boy weighing 10 pounds and two ounces. May he enjoy a long aud happy life. .,.- While driving to Bantam, last Friday afternoon, your correspondent was pleas ed to meet the editor of Th? Bee and have a few pleasant words with him. Saturday, Will Register, who has been visiting at his father's, returned to his place in Providence. To-day, Monday, his brother John has also returned. There are some others here who we hope will find their places still open to them, not withstanding the hard times. Sunday the choir was small and the minister's spectacles broke in the midst of the service. Fortunately he had an other pair in his pocket but not calculat ed for pulpit use, so that he was a little more closely tied to his manuscript than usual. Spectacles are both comforts and plagues. W00BBURI. THE WOODBURY RACES. The meeting was held at the West Side driving park, July 4. The weather was all that could be desired, track was In ex cellent condition and the " attendance large. The day's program consisted of three events, 2.50 class, trotters and pac ers, 4.00 class and running race. G. R. Ford's pacer, "Chazy Boy," won the 2.50 race in a very easy manner, not lifting his nose. G. W. Drakeley's "Slippery Sam," second. Sam was in good form, but very rank. J. D. Atwood's trotting horse, "Unknown," third. This is the horse that trotted so very fast around Ed Taylor's stove and pool table, last, win ter, though he was in no shape to start the Fourth. The score, 2.50 class : Chazy Boy, br g, 111 Slippery Sam, bg, 2 2 2 Unknown.bg, 8 3 3 I. D. Atwood's Fred was declared win ner of the 4.00 race,. William Bucking ham's Kitefoot second, Garlick's Kitty third, Botsford's brown mare, Sleepy Jane, fourth. The score : Fred, big, 2 111 Kitetoot.bg, 1 2 2 2 Kitty, bin, 3 3 3 3 Sleepy Jane, br w, 4 4 4 4 Wesley Fowler's mustang is the star runner of our village. He won the run ning race with Hailstorm second. G. R. Ford showed his bay pacer, Joker D., a half mile trial in 1.1G. A 2.32 clip is very good for a green horse. We trust that Mr Atchison will arrange for a meeting next month. GOSPEL TEMPERANCE. Last Sunday afternoon saw the largest attendance at the gospel temperance meeting since the meetings were started. One of the reasons for this was probably the singing. We believe there would be a larger attendance still if the people of the town knew what enjoyable meet ings they have. Next Suuday they hold the meeting in IIotchkis3ville, and again on Sunday, July 30, they will hold an other meeting in the Town hall at 4 o'clock. All are invited. Mr Norton is at work with his work men op the new cement walls in front of Mrs Lewis' residence. A number of young men fiom here ex pect to attend the ball game in New Milford, to-Uiorrow, between the New Milford's and Cuban Giants. Mr Miller and wife of Brooklyn are visiting friends in town. Owing to the Thomaston ball team failing to show up, last Saturday, there was no ball game. ' The ice man, Charles Caldwell, spent Suuday in Bristol, with his wife. Our barber, Billy Colepaugh, has Ar thur Leach in his shop as an assistant. Rev J. L. R. Wyckoff has been in Chicago attending the World's fair. There was no meeting in the Second Congregational church, last Sunday, ow ing to Mr WyekofTs absence. The persons who were trying to dis figure the walk in front of Mrs Shove's place, last Monday night, ought to be re pairing chairs in Litchfield jail, and they will if they are caught. EAST MORRIS. LATEST ARRIVALS. At llichard Turklngton's, Mrs M: Hastings and Miss Florence Hastings, of Bridgeport ; Miss Hattie Baker, Miss J. A. Bidwell, Miss E. C Whelock, Mrs Bishop and daughter of New Haven, Miss N. C. Skilton of Hartford. At E. II. Clark's, Mrs Dr Boschen and son, Mr and Mrs William Hauff of New Haven, Mrs Thomas Cook, John Cook, Master Eddie ard Henry Cook of New Yprk. At Matthew Lewis', Albert P. Lewis of New York. "At Mrs S. B. Camp's, Miss Evarts Of Meriden, Mrs McEwen and daughter of Seymour. At F. II. John son's, Miss M. A. Ingeisoll of Water bury. At C. M. Randall's, E. T. Ran dall of New York. At L. E. "Monson's, Miss E. L.'Monson, of New Haven. At the Blakeman Cottage, Clarence Thomp son of New Haven. At O. P. Holcomb's, Mr Frisbie and daughter of New Haven. A. H. Turkingson and C. M. Judd, spant a few days at Savin Rock, last week. E. H. Clark was sued by Joseph San- ford of West Morris, on last Friday, for damages caused by a horse trade. Mr Sanford traded a good horse with Mr Clark's son, Howard, for a nice looking horse, and reported sound, bat was balky when it took a notion. The hearing will be. held before Justice Guy Ford of Washington on Thursday,July 20,at9. a. m. The case will undoubtedly be inter esting as there are some fine points to be brought out. ' The trade was about 10.30 in the evening, and at Mr Sanford's own proposal. R0XBURY. ' 'KOL'XD THE CENTER. Miss Dai3y Hill is visiting her grand mother In Meriden. Jacob Naas has purchased a fine road horse. ' " . Mrs Charles Trowbridge is enjoying better health.. Henry Beach and son of Meriden spent Sunday at Henry Warner's. Mrs M, W. O'Dell entertained a sister and niece from Alabama. Mr and Mrs Edward Preston are in Chicago. A number of lloxbury people are at Lake Waraumaug. .1 - Episcopal services were held" at the house of John Beuse, at the station last Sunday evening. We are pleased to report that Henry Booth, Roxbury's school benefactor, is much improved In health. Mr. Booth will be 80 the coming September. Mrs Ira Hamlin entertained! some nieces from Brooklyn. Veterinary Surgeon Todd, of New Milford, spent Sunday at David Barnes'. Charles Preston and wife of Wood bury are visiting at B. S. Preston's. Walter Thomas and wife and two youngest children will visit Chicago next week. SOUTHYILLE. Rev W. T. Gilbert was in this place the first of the week making calls. He visited nearly every house. Rev E. L. Whitcome held services here at the usual hour, Suuday afternoon. Mrs S. F. Clark furnished beautiful flowers for the desk. . H. N. Camp secured a part of his fine field of rye. The rest was out in the heavy showers. Mrs Calhoun, who has been staying with Mrs David Barnum several weeks, returned home last week. Mrs S. F. Clark snent a few davs with her daughter in Trumbull and her son, D. N. Clark in Shelton. last week. Mrs W. Gregory's mother has gone to Bethel, to spend some time with her son there. LANESVTLLE. Mr and Mrs H. Mallett of Bridgewater visited friends on the Plains, last Satur day. Mrs Horatio Eggleston has returned to her home in Seymour. Will M;tl!ett, with the aid of one of his sons, has killed two rattlesnakes this summer. Mi s Oiriii- Warner and sister. Jennie, visited friends on Pumpkin Hill, last Thursday. Miss M. J. Crosby entertained Mrs F. Marsh and little daughter, Gertrude, of Danbury, last week. Will Mallett and two of his sons spent the Fourth with friends in Bridgewater In Fairfield County. BR00KFIELD. POTATO BUGS RAMPANT. It would seem as though the potato bug was getting discouraged at his un successful attempts yearly to ruin the potato crop. After the first hatching they seem to be less numerous, when a few years ago two or three years ago appli cations of Paris Green was necessary. One early in the season seems to he sufficient. Probably this, or 'perhaps another generation may see their exter mination. It is comforting to notice a decrease. Robert Lake of Danbury visited friends in town over Sunday. nenry B. Hawley is renovating his summer home in the Center. B. T. Jackson is the committeeman in West Iron Works district and is look ing for an energetic teacher. Mrs McNeil and daughter are spend- in their summer vacation at the old homestead. Michael Ratchford is delivering from two to three bushels of raspberries in Danbury, daily. C. D. H. Kellogg is committee in North Mountain district and has not yet hired a teacher. The rain fall of the shower on Tues day was very heavy, being one and one half inches. When we bear in mind that an ordinary shower is generally from one-tenth to one-half of an inch we can see the amount of water which fell on a square inch, one and ,one-fourth inches deep. , nenry Griffin is working at hatting in Danbury under his brother, Edward, who now runs a shop by himself. , Mrs Rachel Dennis of Poughkeepseie, N. Y, is visiting her sister, Mrs William Church. William Camp has one of the finest pieces of tobacco in town. Mrs Lucy Thompson has entertained her sister-in-law, Mrs Charles Osborne of Bridgeport. Henry Hawley and family have arrived at their summer residence. City boarders are expected at the American house. Harry and Bell Foster of New Haven are with their aunts, Misses Mary andCaroline Foster. Theodore Manville has visited friends in Bridgeport. Patsey Barrett is making decided im provements around the place he recently purch ased at the Iron Works. Mrs Henry L. Sturdevant' entertained her annt, last week. s- -. . The Misses Greens have entertainer their cousin, Miss Baker, this week. Miss Lizzie Allen has been with her cousins in Woodbury, the past week. . Miss Pierce of Canaan is with her sis ter, Mrs C. E. Vroman, this week. Mrs Francis Barton entertained her .... . niece, this week. ' Mrs Albert T. Green has been with her parents the past week. Mrs Stella Averill and son, Roy, of Guilford have been at Henry D. Lake's. Rev Mr Nott preached in the Congre gational church on Sunday as a candi date. Miss ,'Carolyn Hawley entertains a lady friend from New Haven. Mrs Edward Jennings of New Fair field has visited her daughter, Mrs J. F Smith. Miss Mattie Griffin spent Sunday in Danbury. Mrs Charles Williams returned on Wednesday from a visit in Buffalo. Robert Clarke has visited friends In Bridgeport. Miss Beit ha Peck has been visiting irazer' River" JSomoB 4 V v: nS' . 1000 PEOPLE IN THAT TOWN MEANS $5 FOR 1. 5000 PEOPLE IN THAT TOWN MEANS 25 FOR 1. For particulars and prospectus address, WESTERN LAND AND IMPROVEMENT ASSOCIATION, . 43 CANNON STREET, BRIDGEPORT, CONN. her sister, Mrs Robert Hungerford of Wassaic, N. Y. John Peck of New York spent Sunday in town. OBTUSE. Thaddeus Hollister of Danbury spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Thomas P. Bristol on Obtuse. EASTON. UNION CHURCH SERVICES. The union service at the Congregation al church, last Sunday evening, was well attended, considering the extreme heat. Rev Mr Pierce preached the ser mon. Rev Mr Duinkerke and Rev Mr Ayres assisted during the exercises of the evening. The next union service is to be held in Flat Rock Methodist church, the third Sunday in August. Burr Beach returned to Waterbury, Monday. -.; Frank Brothwell spent Sunday at S.N Osborne's, Mrs Brothwell remaining with Mrs Osborne. Mrs J. J. Ward visited friends in Hart ford, the past week. Arthur Curtis and family have passed a few days at S. N. Osborne's. Charles Jennings of Deep River makes his annual visit at the Staples homestead Zina Beard and family of Oronoque, are at Thomas Turney's. Mrs Howard Doty of Norwalk has vis ited friends in town. In District No. 1 Henry Osborne has been elected committee. Miss M. Silli man has engaged to teach the coming year. Wheeler Brothers are harvesting and housing S. N. Osborne's hay. Frank Van "and wife of Stratfleld were at William Ward's, Sunday. GREENFIELD HILL- The sewing society met at Mrs Hill's, last week, and this week at Mrs Whita- ker's: - Mrs Hopkins is visiting her daughter in Port Jefferson. Repairs on the church are soon to commence. The fair is to be held on green next Wednesday afternoon and evening. Miss S. E. Hopkins is planning to enter tain Six fresh air children at her home soon. The Band of Hope will assist in the entertainment. Mrs F.F. Hoeg and daughter of Brook lyn are spending the summer here. E. H. Burr of Danbury has been spend ing a few days at his father's. Mrs A. M.Bartram and Miss Alice were in town recently. Mrs G. L. Burr, and the Misses Edith and Lottie Burr of Brooklyn, are board ing on Burr street. There is to be a fair on the green on the afternoon and evening of the 26th for the benefit of the church. - ' John Burns drives a new, horse. DKERFIELD. Miss Clara A. Bradley is visiting her aunt, Mrs II. B. Ogden of Cross High way. Miss Winnie Jennings has received her certificate to teach and has secured the school in Banks' North district. Mrs Clark R. Nichols and MrsM.A, Smith and son have visited in Cross Highway.., Misses Laura A. Dowd and Georgia N Drake - have been - the guests of Mrs George Buttery of Norwalk. WESTON- 1EATII OF EBEN COLE. , Eben Cole, who has been in failing health, for several months, died on Thursday last, aged 85 years. .The funeral was held from the house, on Sat urday, Rev William Coggswell, conduct ing the services. He leaves a widow and one son, who lives inNew York. - Mrs Ellen Andrews of Norwalk has been spending a few days with Mrs N. B.Johnson. Mrs Morris Perry, has" been quite 111 LWEST IN BRIDGEPORT, WASHINGTON. ZPtJfM mm sic-:Y- v ns-T .BNyruins?-'' Jr;;Cjr;iT-: r zr rrv-r; City . i V. .tvsS - --w-v iS!" "mat'" i-jEllciisliuje BESOURCE MAP OF CENTRAL WASHINGTON & SOUTHERN BRITISH COLUMBIA "7v7"ion. 257- nvniisr street, And examine their stock and pricei of FURNITURE, CARPETS, WINDOW SHADES, OIL CLOTHS DRAPERY, CURTAINS, LAMPS, CROCKERY, STOVES, RANGES AND HOUSE FUR 1NISHING GOODS. Freight paid or goods delivered free to Newtown and vicinity. for several weeks. Her sister, Mrs An drews of Norwalk, has been visiting her. Mrs Hattie Co ley, is home from Can nons. Mrs Charles Gregory and son of Can nons, have visited her mother, Mrs God frey. Miss May Hamilton is visiting relatives in Georgetown. Mrs Fred Coley has returned from Mid- dletown, where she has been., for the past two years. Mrs D. .F. Cole, of New York, is with Mrs Eben Cole. Mrs George A. Sturges, returned from Easton, last week, where she has been spending several weeks. Master David Rix, of Bethel, is spend- a few days with his aunt, Mrs William Fitch. George Scofield, a former resident of Weston, died in Wilton last week, aged 27 years. He had been employed for the past 12 years by Charles Knapp, at whose house he died. The burial was in Weston. CRANBERRY PLAINS. DEATH OF MRS JOHN GUTER. Mr3 John Guyer of East Norwalk, daughter of Henry Hawxhurst of this place, died at her home on Sunday. The funeral took place at the house on Wed nesday. ' Mrs Seth Webb is very sick ; her recov ery is doubtful. Mrs Henry Hanford's horse ran away a short time ago, throwing her out and injuring her quite badly. -Albert Thomas of Poplar Plains is very ill with Bright's disease. 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Fillow of Chestnut Hill has visited her sister, Mrs Thomas Gregory of Norwalk. Misses Mamie and Lillie Hendricks are visiting their sister, Mrs Grant Chappel. Mr and Mrs Frank Blake of Norwalk, are visiting her father, John Gregory. Thomas Saunders and family of South Norwalk have been visiting John Greg ory. Frederick Crawford of Westport, son of Samuel Crawford of this place, and Agnes Mills, daughter of Frank Mills of Imperial avenue, Compo, -were married a short time ago. GREEN'S FARMS- THE FATAL CnERRY TREE. Zaida Jennings, daughter of Charles H. Jennings, fell 20 feet from a cherry tree and broke both arms. Edward T. Bedford"s( trotter, Gillette, seven years old, made a mile on Mr Bed . 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Jennings of Bristol, nephew of Joseph Jennings of Green's Faros, has sailed for Germany to spend the summer. Mr Jennings is accompanied by his wife. A large congregation assembled to hear Rev Mr Warfield, on Sunday. Mr and Mrs Fred Bedford are in Bos ton for a few days. GOOD HILL BRADLEYYLLLE- Prof William Romaine Xewbold of the University of Pennsylvania at Philadel phia, was here Wednesday searching the church records for the genealogy of I he Bennett family. Mr and Mrs Charles Hotchkiss of Woodbury visited Ebenezer Fitch and family, last week. Mrs Everett Bennett and daughter Viola, of Wilton spent Sunday with her parents, Mr and Mrs Fhilander Fair child. Joseph Moore has lost a valuable stal lion. It is reported that E. W. Bradley has leased the farm of David Hurlbut's, who will remove to New Britain in August to take a course in the Normal school. G. W. Bradley will soon take his an nual vacation and spend the time, ac companied by his wife and daughter, up the Hudson with her parents. Thc-n BaBy was sick, ire gare her Castorfe. , ' When she was a CbQd, she cried for Castorim. - When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria. When she had Children, she gave them Caatotia, i8isnos3 I Aq f Hi niTirt on POT SIS1H V".T. SilUH jo .jisV -rfia aoj pAi3io vxXXVxJ w . . . m . k . ' xrxxvi yy i- SuBqa..a ojui Q3AI333a 39 XOM OO -tiq0jonbri otrmcljow 'o-ioTooT. -oi axs ciainKj. jtnuiia A(uBd .sa-ppu pus euicu -uua. ati-M -eiiaT. mo jo e3B3roa -rrBni luaia- Aq -no a pnaa in POT OO tS ensoiu9nioqdaoasaopsi3anjp jdoX it eras toi u SX318VX pnjna uaaq OAq oq av snosjad xfxtL nort joiwt moil saa-anna eoid ot dbiS m pAutii aaa ?ur vU. Utfui)BJ4 Xnpiui ivi3ais ano jo sn aqj xq nand aqt ititttt TTrriTrr -itrn fwrriTiTfT-riTmrff dAlllu. 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