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Perry L Hurd
'uprcedented Snooese, Extremetired feelingaffliets nearly every body at this season. The hustlers cease to push, the tireless grow weary, the ener getic become enervated. You know just what we mean. Some men and women endeavor temporarily to overcome that OF- EDGAK F. HAWLEY'S CASH REDUCTION SALE! Oilers 1003 Ladies' Unlaundried SHIRTWAISTS AT THE- - SPECIAL OPEN ISO PKIUKS OF- 50C, 5(J, 750 ASDS' 0 f ,rn, In cidir to sart tbo ...., iiu :.i g it Ladic' Shirt Wai-ls a, this h; use with a rush Tuny are nil tin sua, n't manufacture made in latent styles fiom carefully selected material in all f ines t'rciu 32 to 42. N- B., Customers are sure of rinding a new, fresh and jleau sV ck of waists to srlect from at thib bouse as th ire was not a tiagle old wi:tt carri'd over from lajt eeascm notions: notions: The Notion 'iejvirtm'-'.t at Perry L .'lurd's has been heavily replenished with a largo aasortmen ( f rcw Notions in endless Viir'ety at popular prices- ! 0 gonl thri bunch-s of Hair Pins for 5e- 10c seam covering1 for 5c a b 'neb. Hair Brushes 15c each- Feather weight dress shields 10c pr. G large spools basting cotton for 5c VVMUY I, IIIJRD'S, 423 Main Street, "SEE THAT CURVE?" BICYCLE m.MFOET K E A T 1 N G ! HA1 AIIKAI' r TIIKM A 1. 1.. Charter Oak Bicycles! Tool I.- I h"i.ui.i:-. '((''"'Mi;!, poli-died anil ili i si pi V r.ttiH, "j In 1 1 ,y seam less steel I I'tli ii -iiiinn -el com ecl ops, s'eel drop I rglu;s tip- nliout Ii;t-r. amefjjile sproek (4. liev vi 'siMe lutr. a l-i inch l.ie.id. Weight 1 i lbs. (nai anteed Pr .'n year. Nothing t- qiml t( fo l lu- nun TV. vv ill send C ). l. u1 n 1 1 pri v i l r xjui tinut mi:i on receipt ! a tf w huT-Kiiin- N-a in v'v :: Wheels at $:o, : f.7, tt!nl ;.'. All n 'mii anteed. Write r inioi nuLlliit). ARTHUR S. EAWLEY, Newtown, Conn- WHEELER & CO., WHOLES A I.K & RETAIL I)K A I, K IIS IN H Hi II CLASS SKKDS. 0NI0N SEED We are Belling true Southport Glob'; Onion 8 ed, Red and Yellow at SI per pnud, White, $2 par pound- Mailed free. Send Postal for our 1896 Catalogue Get our list and prices of Hardy Hy brid Roses. All varieties of Sweet Peas, 10c oz Choice Mixed, 80c per lb. Good Mixed, 40c per lb Mailed free- WHEELER & CO., BIUDIJKI'OUT, CONN. GOOD -THINGS LAST! Good Clothes, Good Shoes, Good Hats. Good Furnishings, Good Will. WARNER, TAYLOR & CURTIS, SANDY H00E. PORTS AIT PHOTOGRAPHER, Hao Just received new and elegant back grounds and accessories from new designs specially adapted to tho latest style ot pic tures. All work of the highest grade ot ex- cllncU MAIN ST., DERBY, CONS. EDWIN Sr.' F. W. HALLOCK- THE NEWTOWN REE. FEIDAT. MARCH 13. ISiiO UK( I I.ATION : January 1, 1882, Last week, aio 3200 Local AiLiiirs. HUSTLING MEM OF BUSINESS- THE Sl'CCES.SFfl. HARDWARE MKKCII A NTS OK DFUI'.V AND I.ONG TI.MK ADVI'.R TISEKS IN' 'I'll K ISKK. ED'VIN HALL0CK. At the head of the old and rel able hardware rirm of V. Hall'icU i C;o., is ICdwin llalloel., one of the leading eit i.ens and bu?incs men of the N.-iugntuck Valley. He is a son of the late Z "p'iuri iali Hallock, who tiured prominent y iij the oarly afl'iirs of the town of l :rby and who came here from Stony Biook, L. I , in 1 S I f " , and engaged in the . liip buildiug basitiess with his brother nca the tlaru of the Ousatonic W titer Co. lie al3o traces his antecedent? back to the early settlement of Lung Isomti. Peter Ilaliock, ono of the Vi I'i! griui fathers, landed in New Haver, in 1710, and afterwards located on tin part of Long Island since know as Ha,' iock'j Neck. The grandfather aim great-grandfather of Edwin llailockalsr served in the Revolution. The subject of this sketch was born ii Derby, August 10, 1840, and receiver his education in the local public school.-. He formed habits of industry and thrift, and at 25 became a partner with his brother, the late Franklin Hal lock, In a large hardware firm of which he Is now at the bead. Upon purchas ing an interest in the business the firm's name was changed from that of Downs, j Sanford& Co., to F. Hallock & Co., under which name It has since been con tinued. The business of the firm is probably the second largest in the hard ware line In the state, and the trade con trolled embraces the territory foithin a radius of several miles of Derby. Mr Hallock Is known as one of the most re liable of business men, and has never sought nor accepted public office. His large business connections make him one of the most active of merchants, and the large store in which he is inter ested has shown the results of good management. He Is a member of the Derby and Sbelton Board of Trade and Is ever alert to promote the interests of his business and the locality in which he resides. F. W. HALLOCK. One of the best known young business men of this vicinity Is Frank William Hallock, son of Franklin Hallock, who was born In Derby, June 5, 1861. After obtaining a practical education he be came entered on the list of the manu facturers of the town, carrying on quite u HALLOCK e-f' - j ;.-! 'li" m-.kii-jr "f wire nails. I'i-.n th:- d-ath r.f hi-, fdther in IStM) the ro-ut'i'-ii.-tu-ing lupines-- w a-i rti---posedof. 1 only '--m,l interest '. of town being rvHi!t 1 '-. hint. Sir v.- Miat time his at '':'' " o i ; !,!.;-! gjy.-n to assisting in !.f .! -."i'. it of tb" largo hardware t it it - of th- firm o. K. Hallock & Co. Mr lJ-.!l..ck ii :t young man of much pr.-jtiii-o. and i - vvidedy known and t'src pied. He is a 1-ienjtier of the Derby ui.d S'i!t'oi B vird of r.dde and, being public spirited, give? his aid to advan cing the intere-ts of the community. i From i erby Transcript's .Souvenir Edi tion ' f Derby and Shelton. OCR PUBLIC SCHOOLS- Supj-.-ing that school business, like .ny other public busi.'ie, should be (1 .-.tie en sound bu?ines? principles; what would -orue of the eflccts be upon the -oliool, of this towr. ? The total expense of our schools, last year1 according to school report, was ig.S.l.'JOl!in. The actu al expense to the town was .Sf!Ot,0.-2!. Of the bal ance, $i..-r,l.r(0 was received from the state and .()... "( waa received from the town deposit fund. Ti; ; m i.'p'y of the tax payer is levied and set aput for a certain purpose; the -i tte fund i : 1 1 be used only toward a d: finite end; it is the duty of the Board of rfyhool Visitors to administer the school according to the laws of the s ara. I.-:t the interested citizen take a copy of the !at report of our public schrsols, if he cau li id one, and Ptudy It, and see what he can learn from it. How was the l.'id : sp-jnt? And whit were the re sults? VVii-n lie has found our just what was d mo with the school money, last year, let him turn his attention to how the schonis are being run this year. Last June, when the appropriations were inad, I suggested that in the ease of certain districts which might be large ly affected by the parochial schools, the amount voted should be limited to the first term of school. The argument; which prevailed then was that the Board had power to close schools and so regulate that matter. When the question came up later the ar gument was that the teachers having been hired for the year they could collect their wages for the whole time and there fore it would be of no me to close any school, this year. It is now a very interesting question how this matter will work for next year? Shall the hiring of the teacher settle the matter of making the appropriations and continuing the schools, which on sound business principles oughtto be closed? Or shall the Board reduce the'namber of schools as provided by law and so regu late the matter of appropriations? Last term the school in the North Cen ter district averaged a.little oyer 6. Make it 7. The appropriation Is, $425. The coat per capita for average attendence was at the rate of 00.71 per year. At the Middle school the average at tendance wasless than eight. .Call it eight and the cost per capita, the appro priation being $125, is $53.11. The two schools being less than a half 1 R WeVA Feeling by great force- of will. But this is unsafe, as it pulls powerfully upon the nervous system, which will notlongBtand such strain. Too many people " work on their nerves," and the result is seen in un fortunate wrecks marked "nervous pros tration," in every direction. That tired ing is a positive proof of thin, weak, im pure blood; for, if the blood is rich, red, vitalized and vigorous, it imparts lifeand energy to every nerve, organ and tissue of the body. The necessity of taking Hood's Sarsaparilla for that tired feeling is, therefore, apparent to every one, and tlii- good it will do you is equally beyond question. Remember that n H Sarsaparilla Is the One True Blond Purifier. All druggists. SI. I'p -pared only by C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell. Mass. i li it rii iu'e easy u tllk,' asy i rlOOCl S FllIS to operate. Scents. I mile apart, might easily be united and i tin together for -Sli.j per year. In the Pohtatuck district, last term, the average attendance, putting both rooms together, was about 28. The ap ; propriation i .$000 and at that rate tht i eo-t i : S:.'.H for bach in average attend j mice. As there are but .'11 pupils regis tered in the whole school at present, it. ''tight to b? well taught by one teacher fo- s l."t) per ye .r. Th -iverag-- cost for each child in at 'endat c-i throughout the state is $2'.t SI Now looking at this matter eimplv fr"in a business point, of view what is the Hi'.y fifth'? Board? Is it fair to allow the y..-'io-'l funds to be us.-d in such t. ma.:i""v? the' tax pajers wi-h to -upieo-t our public Fchoo!-- in thi style? Do th" voter? of the town understand the situation r 0. O. Wright. HATTEStOWN- D. vnl B. i'armelee has been confined to the house for some days with a severe cold and ?ore throat. Jese Lewis has visited with friends in Bethel. Henry Morgan is putting new siding on part of hia house, and building a wood house. -Several from thh place attended a dance at a Mr Beck's in I?edding, last ; Wednesday night. E. C. Northrop, who has been clerk ing for B, Hawley & Co., completed his labors with that firm the 12th, and is at home for the present. II- B. Booth has exchanged horses with Bridgeport parties. D0DGIHGT0 WH AND YICIXIIT. Mrs J. Wr. Behn has been visiting rel atives in Bethel. Miss Jennie Downs of Stepney has been the guest of her aunt, E. F. Lyon. There was a Leap Year party at Mrs A. G. Barnum's, Friday evening, Febru ary 28. Mrs M. Piatt and son of Redding are spending a few days with her mother, Mrs George Crane. George Crane has been nursing a severe cold. Mrs L. A. Barnum is the guest of Mrs Dyketxjan of Elmwood. A social was held at E. L. Lyon's, Thursday evening, February 5. All present, reported an enjoyable time. IN MASJHIO CIRCLES. Hiram lodge, No. IS, F. & A. M., en joyed a visit, last week Wednesday night from District Deputy Hallock of Bethel. After an exemplification of the third de gree, refreshments were served. Mr Hal lock is a past master of Eureka lodge of Bethel, and is one of the best posted men in this section in Masonic lore. He would worthily fill the office of grand master, and we should not be surprised if this honor was at some future date conferred upon him. William Hamilton Gibson", the distin guiahed lecturer, artist and author, was at Hawleyville on Monday, having come down from his summer home at Wash ington, where he passed Sunday. Mr Gibson informed a representative of The Bee that he had had an unusually busy lecture season, and waa already booking dates for the season of '9G-'97. During April he has almost every night engaged. Miss Kflia Wolcott was prostrated with a severe cold on Sunday, but pluckily re sumed her school duties at Brookfleld on Monday. Miss Lillie Fairman,who has a position with the Plumb Hardware Co. ot Bridge port and who has been boarding in Bridgeport for the winter, commenced, this week, to commute, returning to her home liere each evening. Arthur Moore of Bridgeport passed Sunday with his parents in Taunton dis trict. Clarence H. Banks of Greenfield Bill has been the guest, this week, of Assist ant Postmaster Sanford. Don't Invite disappointment by experi menting. Depend upon One Minute Cough Care and you have immediate re- I Which commenced March 2 and will con tinue through the month Store crowded with customers who come trom tar and near to g t the bargains. Low prices and high quality is the magnet that draws the people Price tells and the people tell the prices. r on't let the opportunity go hy. Here are a tew ol our bargains for cash : 20 lbs best fine Granulated Sugar tl (at the store). White Loaf or Washburn, Crosby So Co.'s best flour (and they are the best), $4 15 per barrel (at the store). Beat Lemons, lc each. Good Oranges, lc each. Good SodaCracke-s, Meigs & Trott, 5e lb. Ginger Snaps, 5c lb Good York State Corn, 6c can. Good Tomatoes, 6c lb. Good Peas, fic can. Extra York State Corn, (good as Maine) 8c can. Choice Maine Corn, 10c can. Extra June Peas, Sc. Good Salmon, pound cans, 10c. Good Salmon, flat cans, 15c. White Star Salmon, best packed, 20c, $2 doz. Good Raisins, 3c lb. NEWTOWN, lief. It cures croup. The only harm less remedy that produces immediate re sults. E. F. Hawley, Newtown ; S. C. Bull, Sandy Hook; A. B. Blakeman, Botsford; B. Hawley & Co., Step ney. ME BAETEAM'S EUROPEAN TOOES. Through the courtesy of F. S. Bartraui of New York we have received a copy of the itinerary of his series of private and select mid-summer vacation tours in Europe, which will cover Belgium, Hol land, England, Scotland, Ireland, Wales, France, Germany, Saxony, Bohemia. Bavaria, Austria and Switzerland. His party will leave New York on July S, by the American (tied Star) line. The par, ty will sail from the American Line pier, foot of Fulton street, on Wednesday, Jul . S, at 12 o'clock noon, on the splendi,--steamship 11 Westernland," one of th largest, staunchest and most populc steamers of this famous line. Capt Wey er, the commander, one of the most gt nial of otlioers, and one of the most can tui, watchful, competent and experiencci of navigators, has made his home upr,,, the billows for the past 25 years. He is a personal friend of the organizer, wnr, having crossed the ocean with him a num ber of times, can assure those who may join this party of a most cordial recep tion and the gratification of every want that pleasure or comfort may require dur ing the voyage. The selection of thi route insures against changes or disap pointments in sailings, in the event of any international complications which may subject the steamers of other princ; pal lines to government or transport ser vice. The tours are more varied, or di versied, thaa any heretofore, and have been arranged upon the most elaborate and comprehensive scale. AMONG THE RAILROAD BOYS, Conductor Woodrufi, of the milk train service, has been wearing a broad smile for a week. His "smoker coach," No. 'J.'SO, is just out of the repair bhop at New Haven, thoroughly renovated. It i3 a daisy and no mistake. Matthew Mullane, formerly station agent for the New England rosdat Haw ley ville, has taken a position in Hartford. John Drew of Bridgeport passed Sun day with hi3 parents at Haw ley ville. Frank B. Drew of Hasvleville founJ his favorite horse dead io the stall, lat Thursday. It was a nne animal ana a tnrH ,Sh fnmilo A nost-mortpni examination showed that it died of heart disease. A. G. Baker, the Hawley ville furniture man, was on the sick list over Sunday, but was at hia customary place of busi ness on Tuesday. Charles Mitchell, one of the assistant;; of Agent James at Hawleyville, was oi the sick list the first of the week. George Goodwin, George Stevens and Messrs Bowman and Ferris, who are put ting up the telephone wires along the Berkshire division, have been stopping at F. B. Drew's at Hawleyville. William Venus has built a new black smith shop near the mill of Michael Wentsch where he will do horseshoeing and general blackstnitning. Mr and Mrs H.C. Statal of Bellview,0 , were guests of her parents, Dea and Mrs N. W. Mitchell, last week. Miss Nellie E. Fairchild is suffering with the grip and measles. Dr Richard son attends her. Edaon Bennett has moved into the house with his son, William Bennett. Mrs William Buckingham, who has been suffering for some weeks from a stomach trouble, is improving. Miss Mabel Taylor passed Sunday with friends in Danbury. Miss Jessie Taylor has been on the sick list for 10 days with a throat affec tion. Mr and Mrs E. S. Lovell were received into the membership of the Congrega tional church, Sunday, by letter from other churches. Dea Henry Fairchild, who has been quite Bick, was present at the Congrega tional church on Sunday, to the gratifi cation of his many friends, and officiated at the communion service. J. W. Wright of Woodbury was a vis itor in town on Friday. C. E. Osborne of Stepney waa in town lava an 1 Mocha screenings-Coffee, 20c, usu al prlieKle lb. 10 bars Fairbanks Standard Soap.-iSc. Lenox Soap, 7 bars tor 25c. Sun'ight soap, 6 cakes lor 25c. Best Oat Flakes, 2e lb Best Fine Corn Meal, 2c lb. Good Rice 5c lb. Best Calolina Head Rice, 4 lbs 2 ic. Prunes 5c lb. Choice Evaporated Silver Prunes, 10c. Choice Evaporated Peaches 10c,. Corn Starch 5c package. Best Starch 5c lo. Best Corn Beef, 20c can. iuaaer Oats, inc. package. All our best Calicoes now 5c yd. All our 5c Calicoe, now ic yd. Good 'domestic Gingiiaun, 5c yd. Atlantic A Muslin, 0c yd. Continental C Muslin gc yd. Fruit ot Loom, 7 l-2c. Men's 25c Suspenders, lo and loc pair. Best Men's Seamless Socks, 5c, 8c, 10c pair. Boys' Wool Jersey Shirts, 25c were 50c. Men's Wool Flannel Shirts, 75e, $1 were l..r;0 White Outing Flannel, Ic was 5c yd. Men's Heavy Shoes, t worth 1 25. EDGAR F. PLANET, JE. Space will not permit illustrating and describing all ol the Planet Jr. tools, but we will gladly send a fully illustrated catalogue to any who desire it: and we can supply promptly anything: ordered. Planet Jr. goods ara standard machines--the best. Tha New Planet Jr. No. 3 Hill Dropping Seed Drill. This Drill will ow in . eonti-unus row. in the on l ir.tu y wa, with n n j ''al rnyn !m it Out. i-s .liMin-tn f. a'.ure N tii.it it will ,ii,.p 1 i' it 1 v in hii. u U. r t:tnr, -i . ciht , tw lvc or 24 i ii eht-ts ap.-irt . It op'-n- 1 he M !'; w, ir in hillii or ii rills, -o n,r- '31- n nnl mortis h- iu xt row, n.:l tt om oi.-i Hli:-n . Th pvv holds! th; e- tjuhi'ti. T Hliei-l H 1 hop ineh h hiii. K is c h.inK'''1 in n. itioni'-nt from tiiu dropping to drill work. It h- a rulhr lore rved, .low equ'iiiy vU ' 'hctti r the hopper h full oi' eo't:iri o.,iy h paper ot s: ed, uud wiil not injure -li ute. eed, -ueh ns n n-h, -r- . '- in I- , wjih h Hi' .-.Miti.t'll h'i'l ti of 'TU-h ed by !ri:H h-i vi u nitaf uis . -v n 1 -1 -1 wht-t-.r-. Thfplo is a;j :r-ti,.' hii.-o'n " v i n.; rn-.v lurrow, n ( ii is a gi'.-.t HdvantH-; lor fttter fiiit-valio. Tiic, maeliine was t; wt-.d t borough ly by cfire nl yar-le.aer-; and mir-st ui-'ii t.nn -- thu ' a jon oi lio, and th" r),'vu!:ietm-t:8 guarantee 1 t to give entire sat inaction.. The Planet Jr. No. 2 Seed Drill. This tool isn.sed the vorl ' nvi-r, and with t h" e.vr -p ion dt i.'ir Ii il i Droppjne- lrili. i -i s tiie ruot p-'rfeet drill Rnfjwn. li holds tw ! si;d one halt juar-' Mtid hOA's p an even r-t alur s'reain, w!i t h r timt e is .nneh -r litM i in the hopper. The ope nn plow, be dl- '-. recti v between the wtn-el.s b!l'uvs all tn n j laritie.s of the yro.iiid, is a-'j it-ibie. mid, once. set, oper.H the (nrrow at a nm' nu dt ptii, ami The seed? are leps'' ' d in a v --y nai- o-v lii.e. . Thv, TiuteP.iii i extrenu-iy dmj'lp; havimr n : aj!tatoi , belts treat inh-, tiie seeil uaunot be injured, even itpprouted. ! The Planet Jr. Combined Drill i and Wheel Hoe, This is the most popular confbinml tool known; and its friends have been gained by .sub-tantial nu-riT As a s- d so ver it is iden- j tuial wnh lbn No. -i i' anet dr. ) , Ui, t..ept in . size- The hop)'"' holds o-quart. F om a; ttriil it is cnaiiKed t iis oi'"- use ,y un- J S(rrewi"r but t wo bott-. Kven' p;i:c!ia- " of this maehine will llnd it e ex rdlcnt seed sower; a tlrst-ciaj .-iarle wheel ii:t-; an ev eel lent lu.iow-: ad..irable vl ,.I tnti- ; vulo; ; a c-ipdal g-tni'Mi v:i e, a rrtjdd nr,. i-i tlcient wheel gamer, plow; and lh-t it is with- i out an equal in v.; i b ; v of tools, e ; -y a-ijui ment, liglunes.s, sti'eiuiiii asid bautj. Tha Planet Jr. Fertilizer Drill This bs one of th'1 very '-t-nt and best addi tions to the Pbinct -Tr (amiiv. i ..e. a l.i: :"d fertilizers haa aiw'1:- "'' e" to -de-ftui o :t this new dev if e )() ir bit tiie moat p"Vteet manner It j e i r.-npd v -i-unk 't. cnnsiriio- tion nolo.-? q tai t-, ard 11 ncrht, 'n j ami ea-y running; bein fre.1 trom all f:ombi jied inv b1! nd cutiivntm; dev ice- we iruarantee- i L i . - e.iliie eats -hicti' n 13 I "ISO sow3 I-'Ctly We will he very glad to Bend anyone catalogue of the Planet Jr goods on receipt of a postal card with name ar.d addrses on it. Full line cf goods in stock Ca make prompt shipments. PLUMB HARDWARE CO., General Agents, 452 MAIN ST. AND 85 MIDDLE ST., ERIDGEFORR, CONN. on Friday and called on his friends at The Bee office. HATTERT0WN. Mrs Richard Pateheu celebrated her 3Sth birthday, February 25, by inviting a party of friend- and neighbors. Sing ing and games were ei j yed till the midnight hour when all were invited to a sumptous spread. Prof James Harris gave the second of his interesting entertainments in the Palestine schoolhou"e, last Thursday evening, froi warns is unsurpassed as a ventriloquist and the sweet singing by his two daughters, seven and nine years old, was enjoyed. The seven-year-old daughter, Miss Sarah, has wonderful ability as a vijntrilrquist also. Mrs Thomas Leavy of Walnut Tree Hill visited friends in Bridgeport, last week. Mrs Josephine A. Sherman advertises a good two-tenement hou?e which will be sold at a reasonable price. Call on W. B. Sniffen for particulars. Charles Jackson has been painting and graining in F. B. Drew's hotel at Hawley ville. Mealine soap cures chapped hands. Isaac D. Hallock, hydraulic engineer, Bridgeport, has the contract for a water i 1 .1 1 ., ... n tH In Wnrf TlQina "V . Wlitjei ami imuioj-ju . - - - , Y. He also has sold two complete strain J Good herring .Ic lb, 2 lbs lor 5o. Genuine Boneless Codn-tbsc lb. Pure Baking Powder.good a Royal orinon ev relunded 5clb. Pure Maple Syrup. 25c qt Best Porto R.eo Molasses 4" gal. Choicest New Orleans Molasses 50c gal. Pearl Tanioco 5c lb. Box Pap-ir (21 sheets aid envelopes) 5c. Envelopes 2 packages 5c B-g bargains in school pads, 2 and :1c. Real iive watches, good as Waterbury, Jl. Jewett's White Lead, 5.1 4c lb. Masury's Railroad paste p lint 6c lb. Pure linseed oil 5oc gal, ITc in 5 eallon lots. 44c by barrel. Strictly pure pepper 5c riartr, 15c Hi. Edwards best white granite crockery rt half price. Dover egg beaters loc. Copper niekle plated tea kettle f 1 Our Carieol blend tea is a grea'. ik-c'-s and a great bargain at :;c lb. Usual price Try a pound or ask for saui pie Our 25p. tea in black or Japan will surprise you. Sold by tea petbiler at doiiblt- p-icc. We are selling the best 25e eotb-e on the market, it's all conVe. too, try it. HAWLEY, FARM AND GARDEN TOOLS The Planet Jr. Double Wheel Hoe. Tlv'ii'j'uitN of laruifT mid jra-Mener- Iij i own t i.i- tool -avc ii s eo-i or mot - time , I ever;,' y ai" ; in an on.o" t--!d ;-n-l in inauv j other - lops, onectti do more a.vl !: ::er w"r"c I w it r. ii thsii i x n.t-n w ii n oniinni", )ult-, p. i. inv'iiii tide tor all mark i.ud--n crop-; ! Tin- Planet -t r Douhlt- Wii-el l(o.. v ld-tra1.- die p!n at h I i nt die -i hih, mil Tin i-lt ro w Trom to 1 im-ties apart at nu ptt-saue. Th new tiHine permits the tiaritci'i ot attr.eh-tuent.-? willr. nt r'Hovintr tint-. AH tin pbi't P -t',-M hai-dened in oil and poli-h d Tip wlied a re adjustable v i maK e hi woi k - ht 1 low or det-p. Hs i ' 1 1 r-'i t, ami to ad-.pl the marhie to all width rrws i o ;u'.-o m mod -ite those v.-ho have Irt'e work but iioei ni, we otb-r t he ;iP. ,ve mac hi e wi' h hoe-, onlv. umler the name of I'ianet Jr I'laiu Doutjlu Wheel Hoe. Ths Planet Jr. Single Wheel : Hoe. ! Tins Wheel Hop is considerably lihtertnan the l. nilte, but d.ies aln:ost i he same vii' i-t v r-t wtji K ; beiny n. d nlosU,. b. t ween t lie rows et it can ie, used to hoe both sides at once. T-..1!I.. nlnnf ...... ,,.,.111 i,,. ...1.. . 1 at or.e s,de of the flume " All rows trom six To eighteen incdie apart cfin ie hoed at one i passage. Ii i-. pronounced !iv pra tical men to he without an t (pi ,i in dei-nrn ail trn.-b. easeot openttio i, variety of "'jutuient and pert ect ion ot work ; ano we leel t tm tidt nt that everr one who tries this too) will 1- he did so. We also off er t he above machine 1 v. ith the hoes only. (The Fire-Ply Single Wheel Hoe, Cultivator and Plow. The popular to"-' i- exaetly the snip-1 as the Planet Jr. 'nt.do U'b'. l U . eepting- fnit it i toes no; have t he i .Uc j or li-.it lider. The Fire Fly Wheel Garden Plow. Tlii tnril is invfUul!?f fur thoso vrhrt hiv, Sinali fTftT-'luiis The niohlo-'varil is l.uipcre-l ant puiiolKMl stei-1. Th3 Planet Jr. Gxass Eager The Planet Jr Grp K-iarer will do either sfrai 'bi -e- fii'TP'i w.'i'k fit -p- ed ot a mile hour It shv-u d the const ".'it fumpnuio ot the lawn mower. S'-'aw berry gr :vers will find the (ira--f.d;, r, iv it h t h'j lioe r.-mved, a rkoid and pertect tool for cutting oil ru: plus runners. plant" lately. M' Ha'.Inck is prepared to j suffering from stomach troubles hai be give p iecs and esri'uates on the above j come almost universal. Multitudes hsve michinery, both new and second hand, j no desii s for food and that which thiy of large or small CRp- c ty. It will pay any one in need of such to write for prices. A committee is preparing for an "O'd Folks' Concert" at the next regular meeting of Pohcatuek Grange, Tuesday, the lTch, and it is hoped that a goodly number of the members will be out. Judge Eistman of Roxbury and Dwight Todd of Southbury, the latter executor of the will of the late Horatio N. Lake, were in town on Monday. George W. Stuart "has opened a quar ry on land of Elmer Fairchild on the side hill west of the Street, and has been getting out lock to be used in the cellar walls of his new house. Wildman and Nichols have been assisting him in the work. It not only is so, it must be so, One Minute Cough Cure acts quickly, and that's what makes it go. E. F. Hawley, Newtown; S. C. Bull, Sandy Hook; A. B. Blakeman, Botsford ; B. Haw'ey & Co., Stepney. The French say "it is the impossible that happens." , Thi has proved the case with the Mount Lebanon Shakers. Tha whole scientific world has ben laboring to cure dyspepsia, but every effort seemed to meet with defeat Tbe A tew ot those men's calf an.-l kangaroo shoes left at 1 50a:id 2; worth tl and also ladie-,' 2 shoes at 1 ii; Children's and Misses shoes 50c and 75e, worth double. These are special bargains. Don't miss tbem. All rubber goods at cost; r u Boots 1 51, $2 and 2 50pr; 1 adies' Rubbers 25c. Leather Boots at cost. Our c corsets now 45c. Warner's Corahne cors its 75c were ti. Twilled Toweling 4c yd. Tallied Liueu Toweling 5c, fe and 10e yd. Gingham Aprons loc. S papers Xeedli-s f ir loc. 17c buys the be.--t 25c broom you ever saw. Gallon Stone jugs 15c. All inter goo. is at cost. This sale is genuine. An invitation is extend ed to all who with u save money ,to come and secure some ot the above bargains quick before Ihey're gone. Ren-iCinber "A penny saved is a penny earned." Bring vour money and take the goods n tneh fire llie best. As we keep them t the same hijdi stan.lar-1 as lorutel ly while our prices are the lowest. Ail goods delivered tree except when otherwise specified. CONN. The Planet Jr. No. 8 Horse Hoe. t'rol a'd5' no ( her cult; va intf max bine is so wid- lv known t;je I'lanet dr.. lor n i- in r.se t h rouhout he i vi iit-d world. It 1- ro -t'-e trly built to. witltini! inci e-.li'tie sT rn i n ; yt t i ". is . an'l eay to bandit. For pi -ur Ni 'at!, a-i -r in. portati it-' iIort i Pviow improvt iiie-vtrj Htt: and in ii- - Pitt lt-n-ir Th" r- r-i!ue i- ;i(-ijier Tipin isul. arid hbout oneaha'i inch- - tnih'-r. and will no; (i-,g easii - H.-.s -tc.-i drttt: iiook. T' - standard- ure framed ap hollow with ro'iivi t iir. i, it s o -,t ni -t (. ; pl'ish -li-jk- ly and tiee ; hen. se e- readily irom oii-ucc-tio',-, tlld they !ap the frame and itreula- Tiie depMi is under jierfect control by ina:is of a new ievei w ;i -el, aiei the new pa't'Pd ' d "p: 1 1 !ii"ul at. r. Idch are mo veil m-tant iy in ii 1 i i o ; i, i ' a -i-itrle Sever. lUHkLiiiT ex -.ct I woiK, -te.lt;vi'-- 'be machine, and rei ievtiiif , Hie Opfi':fOi' ; The Kxpie.de; T-i an en ire! v new upei't al! ot1 torm: xce' d- j iu'fv f?tr.0,1,-'' Mu'iIe- ccural Y sltiotls. Itand e and - ace?. These are r'o at -o-u.elv nt;w and The most effective and sr.rb ,-t cotnhi vtKtion known, at once m;kmt? the tool rifjjd ard et al lowintr ev rv a np-nt ot handled, in heiutanil sidewisf. Kvery p r: is er(eeted to mate the tool ace-pi 'tr de T i The i del 11 uni tin uir; he knows tiic bi'siP always the cheapest. The Planet Jr. No. 5 Horse Hoa N made like the popular l?. pattern. It iu),-.- iiii; .'..'iv.-!)!:. improved dpth regulator : and the. expamb-r aiei braces t,t tli- No. s. et '. ' t i - s - ni- and '('vie aob and will give fud 1 s : is-renon. H i- an t ;:i'!eu! expander &ntl h-iaii.e- a jast jiUie, ttoth pel ptudicularly I a.nd r-itlL-wi.-e. i PUnet Jr. 12-Tooth Harrow. i This compararively nw tol is oartduliy made niiil nm-n, d, ha a hiih trme a .! I'hcl-di.i, t"" ii an inch w-ide.. It may be -ct wi-li ' tn triihn, by sitijply (ha Kin? (.,.. -d in earn too'ih. "greatly unproved The toot lever pulverizer is a capital atl diinei H.oaa le ers reyuinte both width fc.ni depth while in motion. do eat causes them pain and distress. Sleepless nights are the rule and not the exception, and thousands of soffer ers have become discouraged. The Shakers of Mount Lebanon recently came to the front with their sew Diges tive Cordial, which contains not only a food already digested, but is a disgester of food. It promptly relieves nearly all forms of indigestion. Ask your drug gist for one of their books. Lsxol, the new Castor Oil, is being used in hospitals. It is sweet as honey. Quick in effVct, heals and leaves no scar. Burning, scaly skin eruptions quickly cured by DeWitfs Witch Hazel Salve. Applied to burns, scalds, old sores, it is magical in effect. Always cures piles. E. F. Hawley, Newtown; 8. C. Bull, Sandy Hook; A. B. Blake man Botsrord ; B. Hawley & Co., Step ney. Just Received, Another Lot ol White Loaf Flour! At W. N. HDRD'3. White Loal Flour make the most and whitest bread and has no super ior. Try a barrel and be convinced. Sa'i. faetton guaranteed or money refunded. W.N.HUED'S, S. G-NICHOLS' Old Stand, 8TEFNEY DEPOT, CONS'.