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"Krin Go Bragh." They ;-.iv Hi l'..r all, All'l tile L.ll) I'.ul I II ne'er I V, i c 11 f.r't i sl.i-.un from .', - 1 1 ' i 1 1 ;f ill. l.m.l of lilll IIS ! Sn, iw I ) mi' ,, -k. hi'sl !'n:it , f ill.- I n in;; . ' 1 hi ;nl atitl u rk ine-; :ilw;ivs there, vet dillil irclan.l, V THE NEWTOWN BEE. KKIDAY . SEPT. 196 CIXCUIiATIO .TANtie6V 1 IS??. true, that one of the residents In town is cousin to the president of Chile, a South American republic. EASTON. DEATH OF E. VICTOR SCHWARTZ. K. Victor Schwartz, aged CO years,died on Saturday. He is survived by his wid ow, four daughters, Misses T. Schwartz, 3100 i Lizzie Schwartz, Meta Schwartz and Mrs I John Guchert; also four sons, Messrs Max, Frank. Charles and Frederick. The L aw 1 ' -V i i charge of mdertakera Priudle & Mor BRIDGEPORT niK THOMPSON COOK N U I'I IAI.S. X V Kill i l 1 1 Li i n u 1 ,l i ', -"-" ,i fl in.;" i !i ix -s y in i .K'h cunn- i i n ' v u a ran t c( i ris of Newtown. Kev F. A. Bramer of j the Stepney Baptist church officiated, i Tiie pall bearers were Messrs Levi Ed- 'I'lic many frlciuW v lio received invita- w;ui'. Wilbur Selleek, Daniel Kdward tion.s to tlie marriage of Krrnklin K.Cook ' Hnd Mubpi Thorpe. Ail the children to Mi" KntH'i'i Rliner Thomp'on, were t were ,ri"Mt at the funeral, and among I surprised and di -uppointed to receive others from out f town were Mr Pausc- eard-s -titiiom ctrg that the wedding could V.M of Long I land and Mrs Monks of j not take place atTtiuity church, Scp'em- ,.w York. The faod.y have the sytn- licr 2 The icnHon giveu out for the puhy of neighbors and friends in their charge i- that (ieorge K. Cook, father of aDiUjUon. ! I ho groom, was in, l informed that there I wa-t:t lie a chin eh wedding until after ! the invitations hud hemi entout. As h" is ja-t recoveri'-.g from I he (lee is ltf the tjri'at. n i fin tune that hefeil him, last winter, and n n that he was indebt ed L.i hi ; ii:;.:., f ii nd - fur their generous iiiLc! c t 1 1: 1 1 - n ,e,t ls , le-liid not think it w i . ;r pr..p- r in i.ivi a wedding car-li-.l - ui on s. .!! .rn'e a w.lr as the so- REDDING. Mrs Biiri-maUc. fnd son, Louis, from ,sr Lmis, ucre guests, last week, of Mrs ,1 ( '. Kead at f'o'oiiial Lodge. Mr- W. A. Swan has recently visited V. -s ,1. A. S. liutr. .Mrs II. H. llniiisiy, confined to the bouu from ill I i-aith, occasionally rides M '.M.l I l . I i 1 1 I l' ( )( u I n I vrv 1 1 . 1 1 i 1 1-. n l lint j i.i I f i in, in cv cry In n -s.t t h i"i ,ul u . 1 1 Is. ",'w7 .:;,;; , ,',;' says I he New l'.ll'.;I.Mli I (Mliail. 1 1 on.se keeping limns. ' in. I ' i'i an) I , i ; 1 1 i 1 - k . I in. tii I l.n I I r. c (Inhls Irelund ! i, i'i H r man I a I li- ( ) II ' 111 ' ( 1. S I Ml ' 1 In ii Si Mis fl M' til'' .VM1 !h i.i i'i!: IV. i .!' ' S (if 11 1 'V i .1 1 il'lls Ust i!U i li siral il !, rcstatirant iirnpK1- " I cisl pi -rimii in,' of these VoiinK people i I l .!, ,n.. a I. !.- li,,4' i. h living i-.it l is p.-cl. I n 1 1 1 - fnLli. , . and .-eeini; I he good r. .. -on - r i.i el j ci tmis cin ei fuily con sented to a inii" wt'.Ud'liU. ' ),i S tt u: da.v f'l aid. i in S. Took nn.1 his liuicee, xceoin i.inieil I', M;s lii oii;.' I'. l ook and Mr n :vi sirr '1 hump- ., Nit . di iven lo -t!.i!fo:d and weie '!!! married hy the 1,'tv hr Wr.teii. Mr 'ink and his bride d-pai'i-d mi the raion tt..iis for S'ock bri-lg. M i -. Mr Cook ii highly n I'l'.i'al 1", a'! i know !:ini. i'e i as soi i iti d in hu-in-'ss i:h W. L. lurdiar t - -! a m p tin ke; -s a ral di,i!e:s. will) of li.M inlhe l oii.ei i i li nt Bank building lie ins Ii'ind-oini ! fnini-Ind a uite of rooms nt :!i'2 I'.io.hI street, when: tliey .i. ill be at bon e ,,f;. r O. toljei 1 . Mr Ki .-t distei IT', i.. gti -I" ',r.g to the seashore to 1, fi lends. , lawn ptrty givn by Mrs Yin Die lev. la-t Tuesday evening, was a H'it, i.nv 'I'i Bui. blip i-tetiv i V ji t v i I ii" night being lovely, the scene I'l.e grounds were bril- orafi".! wifh ( tiiuese lanterns, n waj providi d for dancing. pre- "New Haven's Popular Store.' EWEN MoINTYRE & CO.'S, INTERESTING ITEMS FOR EARLY BUYERS. THE PRODUCTIONS IN DRESS AND SILK GOODS. THE HAND SOMEST IN YEARS. FA DRESS GOODS. Superb stylea at 28c- yd. Magnifleent Mixtures at Sc. yd. New ly tall niaterialB at 50c. ytt. Latest Tweetls anil Fancies at 59c. yd. A graml assortment ot Fancies, Novelties ami Scotch Heathery etleets at 75c., 88c. and $1.00. READ THIS AND SEE WHAT CASH WILL DO FOR YOU. "liwi a b:i !"!.. picture o .ere j . ;- c it. Mil ie was furnished o: t'hi'sti'a. THE MOST STYLISU Kiltt Ls in two unes, Chameleon and Wat ered ctlVfts, also the rough, nobby and lasiOD ablo Mixtures in English, French, eUerman and. Scotch, also comprising the Irish Don egal Natural Wool Housekeepers, and many plain ideas in new designs ot Cloth. These vaiious designs we oflur at tl.25, 150, $175, 00 and - -" CAMF.I.S' HAlltSriTlNGS. Also in Mohair and Silk and various novel tics, the newest French and English designs tor Walking Skirts and Dresses, beautilul colorings and exquisite combinations, lar pn-tlltir, more refined and distinctly more senteel than any raanulaetured beiototore. ot Ii SMALL l'KOFIT Method oi doing business and our low prices , law com- i bring these to you at from a dollar to ,4.00 a ; yard under w hat others will asu. i Prices range from $1 !ts to 4 50 ib. I v I'oimty. KIDDLEBURY. a.-l MiiN OK THE SKII.TON FAM II. V. NICHOLS sen- ,( f i ill A) E' M'Tl IV II ! MS NEW HAVEN, CONN. rld:s( in A . M K.N IP'S, i barlvs s. h reneh, who I ; a I-l-lv -il k. i- -biwly It covering Mr- V '. S. i ', x . f Mdford ha t . i-ter, Mr . B. Nichols. Mr-; Mr s.' :et B ach of Bridgeport i i! ing M: - ive- I'lumb. 'I he p ',,:.. it N'ic'iois exteiid their y mi t h r, : A " !') Mil u ) i i.Hil "TJ i1" m WE F5RIDR OURSELVES on our children's department. It atiy store in Bridgeport make an eilort to provide serviceable clothing for the boys we do and that at reasonable prices. Our suits at $2.00 arc good. 0-ir suits at $2.S0, $3. and $3.50 are handsome and of sterling quality. Our $5.00 goods have an extra pair of pants and cap to match. All of our fall and winter goods are in but we mention boys' particularly be cause'.they usually have to be clothed first. bra t felt amily m the d vVatie, who was ki led by the trolley sitratfoi'i, ia-t "Sunday. . I lines Kmuio.ns has ihe malarial fever md i- tpiil.' sick. I r House attends. Mii-i Bulb A. Keetl eiiCertained her sunuay .-.chool cia-i-, Friday afternoon. Mr? Mix has company from nut of tov. n. M I'hH-i 'a!er 1 .ven ha re', urned from '.ii .uit-'.f tow :i vi 'it Mi-- .les. i. K. (''ink entertained a few riend-, Ki ids, y eveni'-g. Mi s Iv.lith Niels ils is visiting in VV Isite Hills. Md X than It. ! 'urtiss has been sick vil ii a cold. 1,'uite a number from this place attend d the last b ind concert at Seaside i'ark, iaturday nigi'l. Miss Kioi-mce W. I. sine is to teach the lisii 'e' school th:-.! coming v inter. Mi-s Be- ii- !C Keed has been vi iting i ii-nt!s out of (.ow n. Mr, .1. B. Niehob sn.i Miss Kate haye C'.tl'M J f "in Ihe t a 1 ; kills. Ailie Lewis of Sibi it;oi is visitin ;.!i;Hlnmtiier, Mrs Klihu Lewis. Walter Cu'tibS i: qu'te poorly. ,"S. W. Nich ilsai.tl (amily spent Sunday n Derby. . The ani.ual re-union of the Skilton fa ill il v was In Id at (.biaSsapaug on Wednes dav, August 2i. A iter a sumptuous din ner, the f '.miiy reii.iired to the pavilion. ,l.:!..icr hUStfsr! was chosen the presiding oilieer. Afi.tr the business meeting a visited pning program was currii.d out. "The Soiigs of Sever." were represented itt a -i-i ii'.i of tab '"..". u. Becitations aud sri-g, iider-pevsi-ii hy delightful remi : '; -eeiees f-oei somt of the older mem ber? of !l.e family, ill led the hour. A hy to T. L. Wade sin illi i f their son, Hugh ' ''i"S? m.-noii-a to Merritt Skiltou was presenietJ i'Y iiiS cousin, .uiss itiarnm t'.iaik. Sp-?cht'S were tailed for from Ii 'v Mr K.-ceman of Woodbury and Bev ,L i ). Mm.?on of M iddlebary. Bright re-:iTi.k-: t-re netde by a iniuister, close to ihe oct.og.-r.arUn line, whose name we lid not !i ti-rn. Tvm nrigiiml poems were ! road, by voting iiulic-, which were wrlt 1 ii hv tddor !ndi!:3 of the family. Mrs jeorge Si-'-i : t.r"i, w ho wears her burden Of s ',e irs tr,-Hl eftiii j', recited a still hymn that. : die learn, d v hen tlve years old. The ' family adj lurneii, determined to follow ! iir Kret Liaii's a-ivic t that the thing to do ! nch yt-.i' is "to cct.'' IH.ACK GOODS. This is one of the features of our New store. The l'.laek Goods department. Fancy blacks, plain staple lilael-.s, also the newest ti rays in dark etleets will always be found licrc in a great variety, and like the other Jde. jiartments prices are lower than any other concern oiler the same quality. BKAUTIFUL New all wool Figures for Fall at 3flc. yd. Itcturn Railroad Tickets given to purchas era ol i n worth ot goods within a radius ot 30 mile unci. tiuii k mail order service. Telephone MAV eONSOUDATE Til E SCHOOLS. The schools begin on September S, ex ept Hop Swamp, wbich commences a ixk f-iirlifr. Tim teachers are as lol ouvs: !v;::,s.i. a" a tig, M 'S .Tutid; Center, 'l':-"s Muck of V..teiUwn; Hop Swamp, Miss Mv Igor: of New Haven. A sub ect that iiitei"'!t,".tJiC townspeople just, .ijvv is th;" pnpoi'.ion for consolidating .to schools nr,d hieing a graded school MINTYRE &C0. 834, 840 Chapel Street, NEW HAVEN, CONN. ired thst he can sit up a few minutes at i time nnd walk a few steps alone. Bev Mr Avery was called to Plainville jn Thursday to the funeral of the wife of r Wright. The late Mrs Avery was the ,ist,cr of Dr Wright. Mrs Khodes of Mt Vernon is the guest if Mrs George Camp. Mrs Newgeon of Waterbury is spend- r.g a few weeks at Mrs Robert Munson's Mr Trask has sold out his farm to his son Charles, and has bought a smaller ilaee in Woodbury, where he will moye N'ovciuher 1. Watson Elliott is very ill. Dr Isabel Joivan is the attending physician. Miss Hi becca Cowan is spending a few oi Hi- center. Phis plan will inrure a j Jhjs wUh Mrs Frank Wheeler. his ! bi;'tn r tpiafity in trio touching, and make j ! it possible for our children to remain at ! hf' 47qAainStbridoport'X 11,'onc li.ngei lift-. re. going out to secure a higher education. Tbe arKuixicnts pro and eon will tie - eseutt-ti at the October school meeting. .MliTHOnlST CHL'KCH NOTES. Mrs Charles Conkright of (iaylords-; (u Monday afternoon, September 7, ille, hvI daughter, Miss K lit.li, liave ' the annual meeting ot the Methodist so- been entertiiiii.ai hy Mr and Mrs Charles eiety will occur for the election of trus- Hriggs. tees and the transaction of other suitable Mr and Mrs J. L. James took a trip , business, beginning at 2. to Botsf rd, last wet k Friday. j A concert is being arranged which will Mr Cnderwood, agent for I). M. Kerry, : Uke place about the 15th of the month. 200 Window Shades complete with self-acting roller worth 25c now 10c each- 25 pieces good Straw Matting worth 15c now 7c yd. Best all wool Icgmn Carpets, 60c quality, 42 l-2c. Tapestrv Brussels, 62 1 -2c quality, 45 c- 2000 Rolls Wall Paper, per double roll 7c. 3000 rolls Heavy Gilt Parlor Paper, 12 l-2c and 17c- 1300 Shirt Waists, 75 c quality, now 49n. Best Indigo Prints 3 l-2c. Good Heavy and Fine Unbleached Sheeting- 3 3 4c- Best Ginghams, 40 patterns, 4 3 -4c. If You Pay GASH Py it to . S. OENSL0W, And SAVE MONEY 177, 179 KainSt-, Derby, Ct. TTIIlKE FbOOItS REMARKABLE BARGAINS in FANCY GOODS AND NO TIONS lor the early September trading at Perry L Ms,. 423 Main Street, BRIDGEPORT. 1 lot of Toilet Combs regular 10c 1 values at 5c each. 1 lot of Large Cakes Cold Cream toilet soaps, best 5c values at the rate ot 3 cakes for 10c. 1.00 valuea in ladies shirt waists at half price at 50c each. 1300 Pairs Ladies' fast black Hose warranted stainless at the rate of 3 pairs fur 25 c- Saxony yarns in white black and all colors at 9c a skein. Germantown yarns all colors Velveteen Dress bindings all colors at 10 and 15c a bunch. Crimoline Linings 9c a yard. 75c values in Ladies' Night Robes at 59c each. Indies' 19c white ribbed vests 12 l-2c each. Men's fast black 1-2 Hose at 11c a pr Men's fine negligee shirts full sizis with pockets and extension cel lar band at 50c each Oriental lacs, choice patterns in white at 10c, 13c, 19 and 25c a yd Handkerchiefs, Ladies' flue scol- .opod bordered Handkerchiefs at 5c hemmed Handker- i Men's white cliitfs at 5c eacii FERRY L. I1URD. -I - - 1 I ft'-'"'' " ill I 3- Hi I gi r 'i v a t : '1:-7eye- LADIES' COMBINATION SUITS THREE GRADES, WOOL AND COTTON, $1, 1.50, $2 EACH, WHITE, ECRU & NATURAL Fall and Winter Weights All New Goods. MC LEAN BROTHERS. 211 MAIN ST. D ANBURY, CONN. ANNUAL SUMMER SALE OF SHOPWORN SHOES AT HATHA W AY, S0ULE & HARRINGTON'S (Succasors to BALDWIN STASDISH.) 402 Main St , Bridgeport, Conn. MA 2 -. ffV THEY AWAIT YOUR INSPECTION. KleKant Gold lleadctl Canet) (rom 1.1 to ir. ti.-iitleineu'H WaUlng Hllckn from " hi to II. Each an opportunity t likely not to ixiour nln. It will bo to your dvaiiUwa to tnke prompt rt'cogni tlon ol It. Wall 8tTat, (Oat Door From Main.) Bridgeport, Conn, of Ketroit, Mich., has been iu town. Clark Smith of i'umpkin Hill, on At gust "2i, picked a stafk from a raBpberry vine with two short branches that con tained over 00 line berries. If grown a littlo later it would have made quite a curiosity to be shown at the New Mil ford fair. Mr and Mrs Chirles Brigg? took a trip to I.org Mountain, last week Fri day, aud weie gueat of Mr and Mrs Oeorge Totter. Mha IVirtha Hatch will teach In Dis trict No. 7 the coming season. Mr and Mrs J. H. Bh of Danbury were guests of Mrs K. A. Canfleld, last Sunday. Mlsa Sadie O'Dell is with here sister In Sharon. Elward Nearlng, whojs working in Waterbury, spent his vacation with his mother. " SHERMAN. MECHANICS' AND FABMERS' SAVTNJ3 BANE, CJTI BASl BOILDXSO. WAtl. ST., B'POET DapatiiU, - - -lol nrut tad 3at?!a. ei,403,U445. 5J78.J2. Vnpaiitj of 1 ta SI0C0 nidtWsd and lntursat trtittti Itom the flttt at eob month, payabl in an jj aatt July of aah yjsr,Iiiinrjiorat4 1S7I U. H. MCKOAS, rrMiiicat. h- . CJ.TUI. 6ruT aai "ruaaarir. Some of the numbers are especially fine. The program and singers will be careful ly selected and sure to please. The music at the evening service of the Methodist church was directed by John Wood. Mr and Mrs At wood of Penn sylvania sang a duet with fine effect. The chorus singing was bright and .spirited. The service at tbo Methodist ehurch on Sunday morning wa3 ably conducted by Mr Meredith, Mr Swift and Mr Mitchell assisting bitn. Mr Meredith's hearty and impressive evangelistic singing will long be remembered. His rendering of oneiof his own compositions was very touch ing. The Methodist people will be glad ta welcome their brethren again. Mr and Mr3 Clark of Milford are visit ing their daughter, Mrs Robert Fenn. Mrs Clark U a prominent member of. the Woman's Literary Club of Milford. White fro?fc was reported, last week.on the lowlands, while the third week In Frank Fenn was seized very suddenly with a trouble of the eyes. The ophthal mologist in New York pronounces it a paralysis of the nerve of one eye. A teachers' institute is to be held in Middicbury about the third week in Sep comber. Luzerne Camp and ta s son, Irving Camp, attended the annual re-union of the Camp family at Durham on Thurs day, the 27th. Clarence Wood was the guest of Irving Camp over Sunday. Mrs Fluellen ot Danbury is visiting Mrs Starr Hoyt. The annual picnic of the Congregation al and Methodist Sunday schools was held at Quassapaug on Thursday. A large representation from both societies were present, and a very enjoyable day was passed. Mrs H. B. Tuttle is entertaining her aunt from Naugatuck. Mr and Mrs Atwood of Pennsylvania are passing their honeymoon at James Beers'. Mrs Atwood is a niece of Mr Beers. Mrs Trask is arranging for the temper ance lecture by Rev Otis Range, to be given under the aaspicea of the W. C. T U. the latter part of the month. Misses Rose and Bertha White are vis iting friends in the state. Mrs Leavings Abbott spent Sunday In Derby. last Monday with Mrs A. V. Wbitmore Miss Mary Sonimers has been visiting , at L. II. Ford's in Seymour. Mrs G. L. Minor has entertained her mother, Mrs Leavenworth, of Roxbury. School in this district will commence next week Monday whh Miss Hurlburt, as teacher. hi i.is mix. Charles D. Johnson has friends from Waterbury visiting him. j John Well's little girl was sick, last week. Dc Barnes was ctlied. Mrs Pinkerton's mother is staying with her, helping her caret for a sick daughter. Mrs Lillie Williams of Rahway, N. J., with her aunt, Mrs A. A. Treat, called at Mrs Granville Warner's on Tuesday of last week. Charles B. Johnson '13 moving into his new house. Mr and Mrs C. W. Downes of Monroe spent Sunday at Eras C. Burr'3. Mr and Mrs C. Whitney were in this place a few days, las t week. Charles D. Johnson and family are visiting in Bridgeport. Mr Potter of South Britain is giving us call again. He carries groceris, ect. The little child of Frank Stowe has been quite sick. Mr and Mrs Albert Olson have been at the shore for a time. V ill K JL1SL JUJC 1J COMFORT is vciv materially enhanced if one has pHj.'y ol wilier lor uv-r; use Iioum-, frar ilen, ia'.vn, sL.t k, imM if one can ; jov a ,r riiL- Mar Aulif.il ct.-unU-y, in a eonilOftaOl" v, hk-Io. It you are not pos-yt-sHC,1. I heso bleii,u.-J, which may be very rr.?Uyrjiil cheaply .ihlftined, call on U1H. 1 mlr-rurouml streams nf pure water are every where, il yen only ciMi-Rvor to rcai'li Un-i'.i, unfailing, bountiful. A few days work on my part will secure this eo a- I'i 1 1 lo: you. 1 have a lie- lot ol i, I ami 6 passenger vehicles, stylish, linely linieheil, cheap. I shall be l.appj 10 rcakotliem yours. I a!8.ilin.'(i a lii.fijiH i i Harness Agrt cnilnr.ii (evuis are a p"'t ol niv stuck. Lots ol rye bran for sale. iL .-' tH, r.- 7, -' i - -1 . i' Get only the best In Books, Stationary, Library anil Offlce Supplies,. Cheap atoll bought only because It is cheap, rarely pays in the end. Better pay a little more money, ami get a satisfaction giving article. In tbs .ibove lines we are ollerlng a great variety aud the price is really astonishing, quantify aud quality considered. H. H. JACKSON, BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER, 364 MAIN STREET, BRIDGEPORT. THE W. . SW0BDS LUMBER COMPANY, Wholesale and Kttail Dealers m MICHIGAN PINE LUMBER, SIDING, SEINGLES, SPRUCE Timber, Lathi Sash, Doors & Blinds, Carvings, Mouldings, Mantles & Hard Wood, Trim, etc. North Carolina Fellow Pine Lumber a Snecialtr. VirX'-n .TE rvair.SBSii PROMITIT. SOl.K AGKSl'S FOE TIIE FAMOUS FROST SHINGLES. Orders May Bo L-fi With E- C. PLAIT.Hawlevvirie. BURR & KNAFP, Bankers and Brokers, 3G3 Main Street, - Bridgeport, Conn BONDS, STOCKS, MORTGAGES AND DEBENTURES. INSURANCE. STEAMSHIP AND RAILROAD TICKETS Paying . 5 1 tt 6, 7, " l-' an-1 8 per ce nt. Deposits received sn-jtct to Iraft7and lnteros tiai'i ou iiaie. ecurilU- Ih-.iIh jml sol.l on commission. Foreign bills of excliang. Clr :iln)' Drrma ami Haiik Moi'-y !rdr Available- bi ail parts ol Euroie. E, N. SIPPERLEY Sipperley's Mill, -VESTPORT, CONN. The select scriool taught by Miss j August a black frost occurred In the Hop Camp will corameuca next Monday. Swamp district, which blackened the pole Messra Ticket and Hawley are in i beans and tomato vinea. Hartford, thU week, as delegates to the j Edmund J. Abbott was In town over State convention to nominate a republi- j guuday, uihking brief good bye calls on can candidate for governor. j many friend, previous to his entering Many faralllPB in town have been en-'; the dnUl uullejre in Thilndelphia. tortalning company, recently. ! The fiends of Henry Judd will be It u,ay not be geucrally known, though ! ileased to learn that he has so far recov- SOTJTHFORD. WITHOUT HESITATION Wc assert that i.."i finer eihibit of Is to lie found in ;li tn:e than ie shown heie. In Hdrcesi- we carry nearly every Mtyle iniHtjiniiblc and as we make a larife pat" ion ol these gooila on the premises are eiii,h',c'l lo vouch as to reliability ami tie3iii:liilit,y . 42 Fairfield Ave-, 78 Middl? St., Bridgeport, Conn. F. W. MAKS.H, ORANGE BrwIDOHPOET SAFE DEPOSIT AND STORAGE VAULTS. Deposit Boxes Marsh, Merwin & Lemmen, Seal Estat. rente't at reasonable rate Private Rooms tor cT.nnininfc papers. Steel Vaults rime Lock, Watchman 3.1'- Main St., bridge port. Conn. Banking and Brokeraga, (jnoice invesrmenui. Mortgagea on Bridgeport. Interest Allowed on Deposits. 0IF0P.D. POLITICAL NEWS. A McKinley and Hobart club has been formed in town, which now has about 30 members. Sherman Sanford was chosen president and John E. Perry secretary. The club is to meet at the hall in Quaker Farms on this (Friday) evening. The democratic caucus to choose dele gates to the several conventions is to be held In the Town hall, Saturday evening of this week. DEATH OF WALES WHEELER. The funeial of Wales Wheeler, who died at his home below the Center after a long sickness, last week Thursday ,'was largely attended, Sunday, from St Pet- ey's church, Eev K. B. Kimber of Sey mour officiating. Mr Wheeler was one ot the oldest and best known citizens in town. A respected citizen and kind neigh bor. He was 83 years of age. DEATH OF ARTHUR MORRIS. , Arthur Morris, son of Rev L. F. Mor ris, who has been in failing health for a number ot years and who for about thret PERSONAL AND COMMUNITY TOPICS. Herbert Thompson spent Sunday In Norwich. Miss Bessie Whitmore spent several days of last week with friends in Sey nsocr. . . . Mrs F. C. Candee cf New Haven epsnt months, has developed consumption o; ."te tissues of the system as well is ef the ung3, passed away very quietly and eas 'ly, Thursday morning, August 27. His 'uaeral took place Monday from .St Pet er'.; church, with ltev Mr Kimber offlei .ving. The audience room was beauti fully decorated with choice flower gilts 'Torn the many friends from Southford. Bethany -md Oxford. The church was ailed with those from the surrounding towns who sympathize with the bereaved family in their affliction. The remains were taken to Branford lor burial in the family lot there. His age was 'u years. Services in St Peter's church is to bo held this month through at 11 in the morning aud 7.30 evenings. Sunday school at close of morning service. The John Hawley place on Chestnut Tree-Hill has finally been sold by Beach J. Downs to a German by the name of Waul from Naugatuck, who has already moved his family there. Mrs Hawley and daughter have not moved away a yet and it is not known where they are going. Miss Bessie Cable is visiting for a fev r!a with her friend, Miss Florence James, in Seymour. Mrs Anna Ward and daughter of Owe- go, N. Y., who has been with her aunt Mrs S. P. Sanford, for awhile, have gone t.n Spvmour to visit Mrs S. U. Dean, for a couple of weeks. Roy Paddock, nephew of Kev L. P Armstrong, went on Monday to attend the Loweville seminary in New York state. Orley N. Osborn, who has been spend. ing the summer with his parents, Mr and Mrs O. C. Oaborn, on JRggs street, re turned to Mount Hermon school for hit second term, Tuesday. lar, froir a week's visi: with her aunts ciicgham were guests at Q. A. Isbell'S :ind cousins in Xew Haven. j on Sunday. Kandolph Barnes of Buffalo, X. Y., j Mr and Mrs Albert Pearsall are guests and Will Bunes of Xew Havrn spent j at Dr Bi3sell's in Torrington. Sunday with their parent. Dt Lewis Burners in the Center. and Mrs Litclfifld County News. SOUTHVILLE. Prof and Mrs Langdon are guests at J. H. Roberts'. Mr and Mrs Henry Dawson are expect ed home, this week. McKINLET AST) H0BAET Large size portraits of the candidate can be bought for 15 cents, or two for 25 j cents at Xorthrop's, 63 Fairfield avenue, i Bridgeport. He has several second hand Mrs D. Botsford and children of j violing for low ices als0 baD:oa man PERSONAL ITEMS. Trumbull were the guests of ber father. . F. Clark, recently. G. W. Northrop is visiting friends in New Milford. Mrs D. It. Barnura is entertaining fr iends from Brookfleld, this week. Miss Daisy Dickinson of Roxbury was the guesi of Miss Hattie Bristol over Sunday. The Misses Roswell spent Sunday out of town. B. Bioth and wife spent a few days in Danbury, recently. Abel Worden and family spent last Saturday in Danbury. dolins, guitars, harmonicas, etc. He U selling framed or unframed pictures for very low prices, and makes frames to or. der of any style desired. He Is head quarters for sheet music, folios and In structing books, carries an assortment of band and orchestra music and will order for you anything not in stock. He la closing out baseball goods for low pri ces. You can buy mlts, masks and ball! for your own price. Give him a call when you visit Bridgeport and you will And lots of things that you want. WOODBURY. HOTCHKISSVILLE AND VICINITY. Mrs Helen Cowles f New Haven is a guest of J. T. Ward's. Gideon Allen with, his brother, Horace Allen, spent Sunday in New Haven. Lawyer Williams and wife of Bur- lit fcs- Misa Susan Tucker has been spending . ..t. ,l,..iaM,lnI!lr 1 ft wee. ai huoiu uiiu -. -.v - Miss Mary Cbattield returned, Satui' CASTOH1A. CASTORIA For Infants and CMliren, "How to arense the oli so It will laagu Tlth abundance use Plumb & Wiatoa Co'b , BOrS :: FERTTLIZ2.2. Manufactured at Bnifsport, CciS.