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PERRY I, HURD.
ori'KUS THE FOLLOWING SPECIAL BARGAINS! -AT 423 Main Street, BRIDGEPORT, 1000 pair Ladies' 2fio 40 gunge Hermadorf Hose, at ISo a pair, or S pairs lor SOo. 1000 pair Ladies' KID GLOVES with 4 but tons and embroldory, all latest shades ot Tan, Slates, Browns, Reds and Ulack, at 75c a pair. 1000 yards of twilled bleached toweling worth So a yard at 8 l-2o a yard. 1000 Ladles' Cambric Waists, all slzoa In Navy Blue, Black and Light Grounds, figured and striped, best values at 25c each. 100 pairs Men's two thread socks, 12o val lies at Do a pair. PERRY L. HURD'S. Christian's Flour! The leading brand of the world that makes more loaves to the barrel and whiter and sweeter bread than any other. WHITE LOAF FLOUR ! At $4.50 the barrel. Dry Gooda and Groceries. A clean stock. WARNEI1, TAYLOlfc & CUIITIS, SANDY HOOK, CONN GRASS AND GARDEN SEEDS A FRESH STOCK OF ALL KINDS OP SEEDS. E&Give us a call. TEIUULL3ETTS&C0. 8ANDV HOOK, CONN. Are You Going to Paint or paper this Spring ' f so plea.se ir rive me a call. Think I can suit you either branch. in J. I. ANDREWS, Monroe Center. PBINDLE & M0RBIS, UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS, Are prepared to do anything in their line at shortest notice. A share of public patronage solicited. W. H. PRINDLE. L. C. MORRIS. Calls aivared if Uft at W.B- Priadle'i House; L. C. Morril l Hotua, Telephone at Leonard'! Hotel HAWLEY, WILMOT & REYNOLDS, UNDERTAKERS NO. 98 STATE STREET. BRIDGEPORT, COHJT. OE0KOE B. HAWLET, . CHARLES E. WILMOT, -J0HI B. RETI0LDS. - , TELEPHONE 201. 884 Park Arena 407 Clinton Avenue; 9 Fremont Street, BIRIEW" BROS, Funeral Directors, Office and Wareiooms in Lillis Building, Opposite grist mill. Open day and nierht. SANDY HOOK, CONN. WILSON & KEATING, UNDERTAKERS & EM BALMERS. Located lor tbe present In Post Ofllce Block Bi nuy hook, Jt. Night calls attended to from Taylor uotei. UNDERTAKER, Etiidanot. Zinc St- All orders left vita Mr G. B. Tanker, Eu to a, will reeevrt prompt attention Telephone: 78-8 WESTP0RT, CONN. GEORGE F. TAYL0B, FUNERAL DIRECTOR OFFICE Post Office Block, SANDT HOOK, CONN rURITTJBE-A lev Line of the Latest Good. UNDERTAKING In All IU Branehei. 33. "W Troy, Jr., Troy's Bnildinj, Sandy Hook J UJ1JN H. -DEALER DIAMONDS, WATCH ES &. JEWELBY. Pino Watch Repairing and Engraving ' a Specialty. 42 WALL STREET, One Door from Main1, Bridgeport, Ct. ESTABLISHED 1883. THE NEWTOWN BEE. NEWTOWN, FRIDAY, APRIL 30. CIRCULATION: JANUARY 1, 1883 LAST WEEK, 830 3100 Local Affairs. CAEH1VAL VISITORS CONNECTICUT'S BIG STORE IS GETTING READ A HUGE WELCOME FOR NEW HA VEN'S GUESTS ON WEDNESDAY, MAY 5. Sveaking lor themselves Malley, Neely & Jo. tender ttie carnival visitors the Kete Day hospitality of "Connecticut's Big Store." Ttie store will berictUy and appropriately Hugged and decorated tor the occasion. A special series of Inter esting exposition and attractive sigbts will be given. In particular, a snow en titled "Booths of the NationB," which will be a colony of miniature marts, each one representing some nation, each one draped and decorated in its national cos tume. There will be: American booth, Ireland booth, China-Japan Booth, -England booth, France Boom, Austria Boom, Switzerland booth and Germany booth. Other special features of the entertain ment will be : Piano-forte recitals, Amer ica's largest picture (future Emperor ot India,) ladles' withdrawing room, spec ial carnival decorations, India-Ceylon tea kiosk, with souvenir cup and saucer dis tribution, shower of roses, cake bakery, health food cookery, manufacture of iel lies, Health Tonic sample distribution, a miniature pottery, perfumery demonstra tion and mass engraving. Extensive ac commodation arrangements include quick luncheon counters, ice creamery, soda water fountains, summer drink dispen sary, apucial cloak rooms, babies' waiting room. The expressed object of the "Merchants' Carnival" is to prove posi tively that New Haven is New England's shopping place par excellence, therefore Malley, Neely & Co. promise that "Con necticut's Big Store" big bargain list of savings shall do the utmost credit to the "Merchants' Carnival." LADIES' DAT. THE MERCHANTS OF NEW HAVEN ARE KS- I'ECI ALLY ASKINO THE LADIES IN CON NECTICUT TO THEIR CARNIVAL, WEf NESUAY, MAT 5. in an tne rsew naven stores, connee ted with the Merchants' Carnival, there are to be held whole series of magnificent Dargain festivals on Wednesday, May ana tne merchants 01 JNew llaven prom se tue laaies tnat tney snail see more goods and save more money than they ever am yet in any one day's buying any where. It is intended to conclusively prove that in New England, outside ol Boston, there is no better place for shop ping than New Haven. Two special ex cureiou trains will leave Meriden and An Bonia at 8.30 a. m., Wednesday, Mav going to New Haven and returning early in tbe evening. Hundreds of free round trip railroad ticket will be provided for tbe ladies traveling by these trains. pig carnival program, including band concerts, theatrical performances, store expositions and city celebrations of all kinds, is being prepared. THE PDPILS OF TAUNTON SCHOOL TO CELE ine pupus 01 Taunton school are pre paring to celebrate Arbor Day, Friday of next ween, witn appropriate exercises They will plant a tree and enliven theoc casion with songs, recitations, etc. It is hoped that the parents and friends of the school will encourage them by being present, ine exercises will commence at 2 JO p. m. Keserved seats for the "Spinsters i-onnigntiy uiud " win go on sale at K . llawley's store, Saturday, May Secure them early. A. F. Beardsley of Redding, passed a few days in town, last week, the guest or nis son, jnariea . ueardsiev. m Beardsley left town 45 years ago, and in tooKing over tne names or the people living within a mile of the Street who were active in those early days, he could only count eight now living. He is in his Blst year, and quite active, notwith standing an injury. Miss Edith Minor of Sandy Hook the guest of her grandmother, Mrs K. W Smith, at Southville. it you want to thoroughly en ov a score or two or nearly laughs, Just drop in to see tne "SDinacers" at the Town hall, Friday evening, May 7. .ariuur o. nawiev nas had auite a run of bicycle Bales, Including a Keating to v,uniB uiover, ana crescents to Will Mi nor, Bert Beers, in addition to a half dozen wheels disposed of to Brookfleld parties. Mrs it. N. Betts, Sr., who has been passing the winter with her son, returned to Woodbury on Monday, where she will spena tne summer at her old home. Two years ago R. J. Warren, a durg- gisi, as rrieasant aroos, is. X., brought a small supply of Chamberlain's Cough xvemeuy. do sums up me result as lol lows: "At that time tbe goods were un known in this section ; to-day Chamber lain s uougn iemeay is a household word." It is the same In hundreds of communities. Whereever the good qualities of Chamberlain's Couph Rem edy becomes known the people will have nothing else. For sale by E. F. Hawley, nenwiwn; o. j. un, oanay hook; W N. Hurd, Stepney Depot. Don't miss the "Spinsters,"-Friday evening, May 7. They guarantee to en tertain all eligible bachelors thoroughly. " ueu a com is contracted, cure It at once. One Minute Cough Cure will set vzr i . you on toe roaa to recovery In a minute. It will cure pneumonia, bronchitie, croun anil all 1 1 , . . r " iuimoui. mug uu uiroac troubles. E. F. Hawley. Newtown : a. r.. nii Sandy Hook ; A. B. Blakeman, Botsford ; uiuiniD vu o n tuny . From Sire to Son. Ai t family medicine Bacon's Celery Klne tor the nerves pauses from sire to son as a leir- ... - """'"n Jiorur jiooa als order get a iree sample package ol this reme dy. It yon have Indigestion, Constipation, Headache, Rheumatism, this specific wil - vumuujuK, n arren : u. Barn ham, New Freaton; Woodbury brnr Co Woodbury i Hotchklssville Cash Storef E F wtown : B. HftwlAv . an M arsh al 1 Beach. Monro! .1. f k.,!h., U..-V ding Kidge; A. B. Blakeman. Botsford: E.I oauioru, uxroru, ana K.J. Pott r. Sonih nnt. ian, are oie agenu and are distribntinff " r . w jHrnnngno W M1U ZOC. KE1D, IN Fairfield County News. TRUMBULL. CHURCH NOTES. Last Sunday morning Rev E. K. Hol den of Olivet church, Bridgeport, preach ed in the Congregational church to a large audience in exchange with the pas tor. At this service H. L. Fairchild was chosen delegate to attend the council for the installation of the new pastor of tbe North church. C. N. Brinsmade was the delegate chosen to attend the council at New Fairfield. Sunday morning seven young men will be received Into the church on confes sion of faith. The Load's Supper will be observed, and the annual offering to the Congregational Education Society will be taken. Rev W. H.;Moore, secretary of the Missionary Society of Connecticut, will spend Sunday with Rev W. F.White to speak at Bethany mission at 2 30 p. m., and doubtless at Trumbull at 7.30 in the evening. The Daniel's Farm prayer meeting will be held as usual next Wednesday even ing. The meeting will begin at 7.30 p. m. Miss May Wills, who has been, all this winter, with her sister, Mrs Niles, In Bridgeport, has returned home. The many friends of Mrs Lucy Nichols of Long Hill learn with regret of her se vere and sudden illness. nlrs Lewis Brinsmade, who has been under the doctor's care for a few days, is mush improved in health. On account of the large quantities of vegetables which are shipped into Bridge port from the South and from Long Is land, the market gardeners of this place are gradually working into thd dairy bus iness finding it impossible to compete profitably with earlier production else where. It would seem that our native strawberries would always bring a good price and would find a ready market. Miss Lizzie Walker is spending a few days in Middletown. BR00KFIELD. CUURCU AND PERSONAL JOTTINGS. Elwin G. Terrlll has been sick with an attack of rheumatism. The young people propose to prop erly install the new piano at the Town hall with a dance on May 7. The Village Improvement society will hold a sociable at the home of Mr and Mrs William Haight on Friday evening, the proceeds to be applied towards pay ing the deficiencies that arise from a lack of sufficient patronage to pay expenses of the office. The ladies of St Paul's Guild held a supper at the rectory on Wednesday, the proceeds to be applied toward paint ing the rectory. Evangelist Berger has been holding a series of meetings in the Congregational church and other places for two weeks. The meetings have been eenerallv auite wen anenaea. a : . " 1 The funeral of Patrick Katchford took place on Saturday. He was taken sick witn lung rever and died in Danbury Fletcher Weld will attend the Rectory school at New Milford th9 remainder of tne Bchool year. E. N. Hawley is with the grip. havinga tu38le with Miss Miriam Taylor is spending a short vacauuu wim uer parents. MONROE. MISS JOHNSON MRBROTHERTON. On Saturday, April 18, at 4 p.m., Miss Dora Johnson and Willis O. Brotherton of Easton were united in the holy bonds matrimony at the home of the bride's grandmother, Mrs Lucinda Johnson 'ft i : i . i . ... iue unue was uanasomeiy attired in blue silk trimmed with white lace and ribbons. The nuptial knot was tied by itev Mr L,utz, only the immediate rela tives being present. The happy couple will begin housekeeping at the home of tne groom's rather, George Brotherton's, iu rjasLon. IMPROVEMENTS TUE ORDER OF TUE DAT. Clifford Banks has had his barn newly siuuu, ucinj uaiiK uoing tne worK. Elbert Olmstead has had a part of his house newly sided, S. B. Beardsley doing the work. Arthur Banks has had his house newly painted. Ernest Sherman was the artist. J.N. Lake is making great improve ments on his place. Tbe house and fence are receiving a fresh coat of paint by the bands of Painter Downs. Mrs Flora Godfrey of Danbury has been a guest of her mother, Mrs Lucinda Johnson. Mrs George Porter of Bridgeport has been with Miss Annie Moss a few days. Miss Annie Goldsborough is home from St Agnes', Albany, for the Easter vaca tion. Weir and Minford Goldsborono-h arp also home from St Paul's. Olliver Lewis of Shelton is at B. L. Hurd's for the summer. Harry Twist and familv ha into the house occupied by Allosia Lewis. Mrs Lucier has moved to Hartford. Miss H,lma Steven was bridesmaid for her cousin, Miss Mary Hawley of Brook lyn, N. Y., who was married on the 21st, inst. Mrs D. A. Nichols SDent last wpplz- In Hartford. GREENFIELD HILL. THE NFW GRANGE HALL. ihe Grange hall was raised. Sur.nrrfiiw imcinuuu, in mj contain a Kitchen oining room, two dressing rooms, and store room, besides the hall with staee a n no 11 I. i . uuudcu. J.K is m ue cumpietea June I ooon alter tne Rambling wheelmen of oriageport are to give one of the r ent.r talnments in the new hall. One hundred and ten dollars was cleared from t.hnir play,"Strife." which was acted laf. wpoir in -a.cao.emy nan, tnat la to go toward lurnisnmg tne new hall. THE DEERFIELD DISTRICT. miss al. w. Jennlnsrs. who r.fir-hpa scnooi in unestnnt am, was home on a vacation, last wees. franK Ptrker of Aanptnni- tioint. vunco uiiuuii wiiu uis spring worn. Several from this Diane nr,t.anri4 tha Episcopal sociable at Easton Center,' last xuuiBuay evemug. B radley Banks' house Is heW k-m Til j -r uj iui xway uiuuu. Mr and Mrs George Baldwin of Rrlriirp- port paid a visit to their farm on Pave ment um, sunaay artenoon. Miss Elsie Baker, who has mftrln 11". hoc home with Mrs Down for several years, has returned home to Westport, on ac count of her mother's heath. wmiamB. Hill and son of Yonker pent SUndaV With his Darenta. rstnri,in Monday. r- Eugene B. Burr attended t.ho Oranr. ceieoration, remaining a few days in uiuuaijrue WUlard Jennings of Brtdzeoort wan In town, Sunday. Mrs S. Seymour of Bridgeport was the guest of her twin sister, Tuesday and Wednesday. Miss Nellie Booth spent a few nlht-.i with Mrs H. K. Els worth. John Wakeman of Saugatuck was in town, Sunday, calling on relatives. William Jacobs of Easton was thn guest of his sister, Sunday. 1 -Mrs Middlebrooks of Bridfennrf. viaifc. ed on Pavement Hill, recently. Mr and Mrs Frank lxickwood ar re ceiving congratulations. Mother and son are doing well. - NICHOLS. Mrs C. G. Perry and her Sunday scnooi A LETTER TO WOMEN From Mrs. Jamea Oorrigan. For seventeen years I have suffered. Periods were so very painful that I would have to go to the doctor every month. He said that I had an enlargement of the womb, and told my husband that I must undergo an operation, as I had tumors in the womb, and it was a case of life or death. I was ope rated upon twice, but it did not seem to do me any good, it made me very weak. I was troubled with the leu corrhosa a great deal. I also suffer ed with the sick headache, vomiting spells, back ache all the time, terrible pain in my left side, chills, loss of appetite, and could not sleep nights. After taking several bottles of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound, some Liver Pills, and using your Sanative Wash, I recovered. I can eat well, and every one that sees me tells me I am a different per son. I can do all my own work, sleep well and feel well. I am growing stronger every day, and am able to go out and enjoy a walk and not feel all tired out when I return, as I used to. I doctored for sixteen years, and in all those years I did not feel as well as I do at the present time. I wish that every woman that is troubled as I was, would try that medicine. 'Oh 1 it is so good to feel well, and it is all owing to Mrs. Pinkham's kind advice and medicine. Mrs. James Corrigan, 384 Center St., Jamaica Plain, Mass. class gave Mrs Durward their class mate a pleasant surprise, last week Thursday afternoon and evening. A very pleasant social time was enioyed witn a full sup ply of refreshments, ice cream, etc. liev Mr Lame removed to Cheshire, iaei ween. Kev Mr Kollins has moved Into the parsonage, this week. Miss Florence Laine will remain here tin ner school closes for the summer va cation. WESTON. CHURCH AND PERSONAL AFFAIRS. Mrs Martin Rowland has been on the SICK list. Mrs Morris Perry is also seriously ill Douglas Williams of Lyon's Plains is spending a few day with his aunt, Mrs tiawiey Williams. Miss Eleanor Hoyt will conduct the young people's meeting at the Congrega tional church on Sunday evening. ihe funeral of Mrs Sally Wakeman was neid on Sunday from the house of her daughter, Mrs Hamilton. Rev W. R. raonr couducted the services. Mrs vvaKeman, was a native, and for many years a resident, of Weston, and was in her 82d year. Three daughters and one son survive ner. Mrs Dennis Chase spent last week in rv nton. Mrs Walter Rowland entertained Bethel friends on Sunday. Ihe .New Canaan Grange will furnish tne program at the next meeting of Nor ueiu urange to De neid on .Friday even ing. May 14. xnrs treorge a. sturges is recovering Hum a two weeas' niness. Miss JXeila Nichols has visited her brother in Easton. The Norfield Y. P. S. C. E., held a so cial on Tuesday evening, at the home oi m.138 Minnie Williams. STEVENSON. PERSONAL CHAT. The men who have been working on the "big trestle" during the past six weeks, have finally finished. Miss Bernice Booth gave a party one evening last week at the home of her sister, Mrs Sears. The careless driving of the young boys, who seem to take great delight in whip ping their horses, make it rather danger ous meeting them on the road. Mr and Mrs Frank Jordan of Seymour were Sunday guests at William Jordan's. Mrs Charles French spent Sunday in New Haven and Mr and Mrs Hn ward Stevens visited in Orange. airs Aiirea joveiand or Bridgeport is visiting her parents, Mr and Mrs George Martin. Mrs Pond of New Haven has Rnpnt. several days at Monterey - Bryant's. C. E. Bradley played for a large party in Easton, Thursday evening, the 22d. TASHUA. CHRIST CHURCH NOTES. The sociable aDDOinted to be held t Mr Blackwood's has been nostnnnpd until the completing of the building. Rev Mr Whipple has received an East er present ot $25 from both parishes for tne purpose of taking a vacation. He win attend the 200th anniversary of the founding of Trinity church, Broadway, New York, and also a golden wedding in Hartford. There will be no services at Tashua, next Sunday. FAIRFIELD. HOYDEN'S HILL AND VICINITY. Mrs Anderson of Westport and little son have visited her father, C. Johnson. Mrs Leroy Clarke has a new hired girl. Mrs E. B. Sherwood and son have visited at Judson Beardsley's, who is yery poorly. Mr and Mrs Wilbur Jenninira at Tiiirr street hive visited at E. B. Sherwood's. aiiss Minnie Lewis spent a day or two, ichumj, wim uer parents in Monroe. SHERMAN . TOWN AND PERSONAL JOTTINGS. xtaymona neuosrz is rrrnwlno- ncvr irom me eneccs oi the gangrene. ; Frank Cable and wife from Philadel phia are spending a few days in town. Isaac Hungerford had a partial shock of paralysis, last Saturday. - W . (. UaWleV ha hpftn rAnnli-inn- hi. uuuae. ' ' ' IS u'd JNeuon Hungerford is to huiM a tip waguu uarn. THE WHOLESALE QUOTATIONS AT BEIDGE- . x. ..: '.. POST. , ' BY BUCK & DARLING, BRIDGEPORT, PRO- uuua UUMM188ION MERCHANTS. J Butter, choice creamerv nrlnt.a is?!nv choice creamery tubs 17al8, choice dairy 15al7, fair to good 10al4, common 6al0; factory cheese 11&12; fresh near-by eggs llal3; chickens alive lOall; fowls alive lOall ; potatoes 35a45 bu ; onions, red 3a4 bbl, yellow 83a5, white $3a6; cab bage 2a4c ; choice baldwin, greening and russet aDDles. 81.25a2 hhl ; minla 9al0c ; maple syrup 60&75o gal. Not only aoute long troubles, whinh may prove fatal in a few davs. but old chronic coughs and throat troubles may reocive immediate relief and be perma nently cured by One Minute Cough Cure. E. F. Hawlev. Newtown : S. C Tlnil Sandy Hook; A. B. Blakeman, Botsford; B. Hawley fc Co.. Stennev. 32 TO 34 WALKING ON EGGS! Ever notice a lellow limping along in a pair of ill-sbaped shoes ? He puts his feet down as though he were walking on eggs. - - STEP IN - - and try on a pair of those $1.25 and $1.49 Opera toe specials we are offering this week. Only a few pairs left. They're too good to stay here long at this price. They fit snug and feel easy. If we happen to have your size you will strike a streak of luck by stepping into them. They're genteel, made of fresh prime leather, and will give you $3.00 worth of wear and comfort. We have lots of others; ranging all along the price line to $4. Look at our $1 Opera Toe Bals. They'll astonish you. Elegant ucw "u Ui russet ana uongola children. Men's russet shoes, Man'a n-n T)l 1 !-! o u lam a luw biioes ana ureeamore trrain shoes at our Low Cash Prices. We've the Best UP TO DATE IN STYLES AND PRICES. EDGAR F. In New Haven County. S0UTHBURY. METHODIST CHURCH NOTES. Mr and Mrs Fitsimmons from Water bury were at the Methodist church last Sunday afternoon. The Ladies' Social Union will enter tain their friends Friday evening the 30th in the lecture room of the Methodist church. All are cordially invited to at tend. Mrs Mary Leonard will move to Wood bury, this week. Her friends here will miss her very much. mrs bamuel Warner returned to her home Friday, after beinsr at Miss Augusta Stiles' nine weeks. She is now able to sit up. John Abbott has visited at his brother- in-law's, S. Warner's. He returned home Wednesday. Miss Edith Stiles closed her school in White Oaks, Friday. Miss Ida Fuller is visiting Miss Mary Munson. Sidney Stiles and Oscar Ambler are called to New Haven on jury. jonn morris attended the concert by Soasa in Waterbury, last Tuesday even ing. Mr and Mrs Burr Tuttle spent Sunday with friends in Great Hill. Samuel Warner is gaining slowly. Oscar Ambler and son are working for Mr Hurd in West Side. Mr Steel and Mr Oatman were at Mr Steel's fine summer residende, last week. Edward Munson and Miss Mary Wentch were married Wednesday even ing by Bev O J. Range. Mr and Mrs DeForest visited Rnrr Tuttle on Monday. A party of Italians have rented the Wakelee house of Charles Hine. uonn Morris entertains his nephew from Bridgeport. a. K. Stone, the popular Southbury feed dealer, speaks to the farmers of the Pomperaug Valley through The Bee. as already announced In these columns Mr Stone some time since purchased the extensive grain business of Mr Winton at Woodbury, and now conducts both stores. He Is an agreeable and accommodating man to deal with and his business is bound to grow. Tne Ladles' Aid society met at the home of Mrs Mary Stone on Thursday afternoon. borne of our people attended the re vival services at Quaker Farms and re port very interesting meetings. CASTORIA For Infants and Children. Til fk tinlli tgsttli!. Trf 1TKIJM, It is time to think about buying your Fertilizers. We are the only agents that handle STOCEMIDGrE, BOWKER AND BRADLEY FERTILI- In the towns of Huntington, Shelton and Derby. We have the goods and we want to see you. We also have a large assort ment of GRASS & GARDEN SEEDS. A very large assortment ol AGRICULTUR AL IMPLEMENTS, too numerous to men tion. PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, PUTTY,and all kinds of HARDWARE at M JNji BRIDGE STREET, Uxiords for ladies, misses and special value, at $2 and $2.50 , Assortment in Town and they are HAWLEY. We Offer Another Line of DIMITIES! At 5c per yard. We know you will appreciate the line we offer cf fine . ORGANDIES ! At 17c per yard mi. i rie i . . 1. iuo regmar oc quality- JNo more when this lot is sold- The styles are beautiful- QUIM& SCOTT, 161 Main Street, DANBDRY, CONN. SEE THAT CURVE ? Keating Grands, $100! IX BLACK.M AR00N & R0I AL PURPLE STRIPED IN GOLD. '97 KEATINGS, $75 CRESCENTS, Black, Maroon, $35 WAVERLEYS, . ' $49, $60, $100 EAGLES, $49, $75, $100 Also agents for STEARNS and RE LAY Bicyles and Tandems- Send for Catalogues. Second-Hand wheels for sale and to rent. Bicycle Sundries-' ARTHUR S. HAWLEY, Newtown, CoHn. Great Reduction Sale ! Owlnsrto the addition now Twine Tmiit my store, I am anxious to reduce my stock to eave moving. Call and get prices on the Great Keductlon Sale bntorn hnulnj- where. No bogus sale, but noaitive reduction CASSIDY'S, WT -a beading Grocery Store, SOUTH BE 1TABT, CT. ' Hi 1 AfPf5 -- BICYOEFREE! - We are going to give away an elegant Bicycle. Ton get a ticket with every purchase. Solve this rebus. It is to call dK?;-:-- .v '?-Ah,i ' v - - great wearers. Ladies' Kid button and lace at $1.25. Solid as a rock and pretty. Others charge $1.50 for them Men's bike shoes from $1.15 to $2.50; actual value $1.50 to $3. We want your trade .1 1. 'it . . dim snan give you better goods elsewhere. Leave your bundles HEHRY fL 381 MAIN SFfiEET, R. H. BEERS & CO. New Goods and Unmatched Prices Keep Our Store Continually Inviting. A new and complete line of Ladies' Waists, in sizes 2S to 42 aie to be seen this week. They comprise Percales, Lawns, etc., at 50c, 7oc and $1 each. Fine assortment of band bows and Belts to wear with them. We Are Stocked With a Fine Line of Wash Goods Tou can get great choice at remarkably low cost. If you do not have a number of nice, cool er, it will not be because the goods cost too much. A wonderful bargain in 12 1 2c Dainty Organdies at 8o yd. Satin Finish Calicoes, 6c yd. Best Indigo Blues, 6c yd. Grey and Mourning Calico, 6c yd. Challies, 6c yd. Boys' Wash Suits, 50c each. Boys' Waists, 25c each. We are showing a large variety of new styles in Men's .Laun dered Shirts, with collars and cuffs detached, fancy colorin-a at uw ,J-eacn. uon t iail to wnat you re told regarding "Can't be had in town.' store,- let us show you what we carry. IE3. 231. NEWTOWN, Every Farmer in this section to anm Machinery right. J ust now seasonable topics are: Wiard Plows, that take the lead every wnere, Morgan Spading Harrows, none better, Corn Planters, the latest and best Wiard Weeders, good for many purposes. GIVS HE A CALL OS DK0P ME A LUE. Taunton District, Newtown. P. Hawleyrffle, Con. Flant Home Pat-TV "RrttcmTU-kv Vniwn t. i . tomers report remarkable wU.ri.T.i rTi..m'T1 .wan thia line. freshly dug and immediate ter K-rowr.h thn tm rV.v, .-J Pears. Japan Plums. 5 varietlePeMhAthentog July lo and n'n.lP1" cte" lasting until November. Quinces. Japan ChMtnots and walnma Tl rtea the same as exhibited at Newtown and nanbory ratri last fiS BitiSLS80? Cbeataula. Currants. Raspberries, Asnaragns, Rhubarb? Oralmui TrW fJTiv' 8trmwoerrte SnS Jtend or p?ce 9tUgyouY wants S thta Un , LaHtaA 8pri? nJJf'Pl1'' sands of trees tn Rnlnot fmm tinm a.a-u..ai ,r lu 4P nd yoo will find itwui. uress, i.aifarkSU Nursery, Old Mill Ave, Coi. AEE YOUR BUILDINGS, , . , Stock oi! Personal property insured r It they are not co cannot afford to go with out fire protection. If yon are near the re newal period would like to talk with yon about Fire Insurance. Look up your pol icy dates and come and see me a faw days before they expire. " FRANK: WRIGHT. SHELTON. vour attention to our Oxford Ties. Tan, wine, chocolate. russet and black Oxford from 49c to $2.50 a pair, from 10 to 50c a pair under price. One of our leaders. Black and colored shoes for Men. Sev en styles to select from all at $2. a pair, handsome, easy and lor the money than you can get here while shopping. AYRES, BRIDGEPORT, CONN. dresses to wear during hot weath see them. Take no stock' in Visit our BEEes & co., CONN. know that I sell Fannin Tools Grown Trees, w Planter will Kcura . miwh Barnum A ve, EaS Brkiije port Ad- MECHANICS' AND TABJCEBSr SAVINGS BANK, ran eaix Braniia,- wall et . btoit DfpwiU, . . . l,02,n-t. latartat aa4Srhu. 4Sq78.. 1,478 77. 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