OCR Interpretation

The Newtown bee. (Newtown, Conn.) 1877-current, June 08, 1906, Image 10

Image and text provided by Connecticut State Library, Hartford, CT

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn92051487/1906-06-08/ed-2/seq-10/

What is OCR?

Thumbnail for 10

The Newtown Bee.'
President and Editor.
Ssgrytary, Trsasohir,
tar1.2S a Year, 75 Cents for Six Months, 50
Ovate for four Month. Four Oente a Copy.
Nt-Iwi, Friday, Juss 8, 1906
Tblbfiionk, 41
Advbrtisins Rati :
l- Inch
I inches
8 Inches
1-4 column
1-8 column
l-l column
1-4 column
1 column
lit lmo Smo tmo yeai
1.00 2.00 3.09 5.00
1.00 8.00 4.00 0.00 10.00
2.00 4.00 7.00 10.00 18.00
2.50 6.00 10.00 15.00 25.00
8.00 6.00 13.00 18.00 30.00
4.00 8.00 18.00 24.00 40.00
6.00 10.00 20.00 28.00 48.00
6.00 12.00 84.00 36.00 60.00
1.00 16.00 32.00 48.00 80.00
10.00 80.00 40.00 60.00 100.00
We Are Selling
Modest Prices
Take the fancy of all our customers
whether they be young, middle aged or
elderly men.
We have a splendid exhibit of the
fashionable grays. Don't fail to see
Heeding notices, brevier type. lOo line.
Hmeil nonpareil ads, lo a word per week.
The Children's day services will be
held in the Nortleld Contrree.atloD.al
chnrch. next Sunday morning at the
iiBiin.1 hnnr. 10.45 o'clock, the two ser
vices being merged in one. There will
be the baptism of several children and
songs, recitations and special music.
A rehearsal of the program will be
held on Thursday afternoon at the
' Mrs J. L. Snivel! visited friends in
fiaxw Vnrlr. lout week.
Frank Lane of Florence. Idass.. was
the guest, last week, of Mr and Mrs
J a men Goley and Mrs Mabel Fitch.
Miss Louise Coley visited Southport
friends, last week. She also enter
talned her cousin. Mrs Fell, of Brook
lyn, who Bails this month on a trip to
Great Britain. '
Mr and Mrs S. B. Fancber visited
friends in Bedford. N. Y.. last week
Mrs Herbert Bates, who has been ill
at the home of ber father, Samuel
Goley. was able to return to her home
in Rlds-eneld. last week.
Mrs M. J. Miller has returned to
South Nor walk, after a week's visit
with Mrs Hawley Williams.
Dann & Banks, the Norwalk livery
men. bave purchased a line team of
horses from the Faulbaber stock farm.
Tbe Fern family came dp from New
York on Saturday to occupy tneir new
lv oomoleted summer home.
Mrs H. J. McCouch, who has been
seriously ill at the home of her sister,
Mrs Elmer Treadwell, in Bethel, was
able to return home. last week.
Mr and Mrs W. B. Hurlbutt attend
ed tbe wedding of their nephew, Dr
William H. Allen, to Miss Laura curie
of Brooklyn, at tbe summer borne of
tbe bride's parents at Cornwall-on-the
Hudson on Wednesday.
Mrs Hattle Goley is visiting her
daughter, Mrs H. F. Coleburn, in Nor
Flags and flowers were placed upon
all tbe graves or soldiers in the diner
ent cemeteries in town, Memorial day
by the veterans, D. O. Chase and Haw
ley Williams.
Several of our out of town young
men. including Clarence Smith, An
drew Perry. Ira Andrews and Chester
- Fancber, spent Sunday at their homes
Mrs Minerva Andrews, who has been
111 for several weeks, Is now able to go
out of doors.
Miss Alma W. Fanton bas been
spending a few days of tbls week in
Hartford. Miss Fanton acted as
bridesmaid at the wedding of a friend
in that cltv on Tuesday.
Mr and Mrs Oscar Budd and Miss
Helen Budd were Sunday guests of Mr
and Mrs J. u. Hturges 01 uanaan.
Frank Gregory and family of Nor
walk were Sunday guests of friends in
Frank Nichols has resismed bis posi
tion In Portcnester and will go to Bos
ton, Mass.
Fairfield County Pomona Grange,
No. 9, will meet in Sbelton, as guests
of Farmlll River Grange, on wednes
day, June 14, at 10.30 a. m.
F. D. Hollister, who has been quite
111, is now improving slowly. Mrs Mary
J. Mallett 01 Stepney is caring ior mm
Rev Mr Harris, the new pastor at
the East Village Methodist church,
who bas been spending a few weeks at
his old home in Canada, returned this
week with his bride and will preach
next Sunday.
Mr and Mrs John W. Waterbury
spent a few days, last week, in Derby,
the guests of Rev and Mrs Arthur
Miss Lucy Beach, while returning,
one day last week, from Stepney
Depot, saw a fine deer as she drove
through Cutler's Farms. It was feed
ing in tbe fields.
Harry Andrews, who has been for
several weeks at the Gay lord farm near
Wallingford, for treatment, is now at
borne with bis parents, Mr and Mrs J.
I. Andrews. He still has to sleep out
of doors and Mr Andrews is looking for
a tent for his use. Anyone having one
they will loan or rent him he will be
greatly obliged if they would let him
A. W. Hinman and family of Elm
street are riding out in a new two
seated wagon, purchased of B. Hawley
& Co. of Stepney.
Mrs W. C. Hazzard bas recently
spent a few daysin Hartford, the guest
of her daughter, Mrs F. L. Wells.
Mrs W. B. Craft of Stepney, who
now owns her mother's place near tbe
Mrs Luclnda Johnson place, bas sold
it to Jewish people from New York,
who bave taken possession.
Morris Beers and family of New
town were guests, last week, of Mr
and Mrs Frank P. Curtis.
W. S. Wilmot, who purchased the
James Way land place near tbe Five
Points, has bad extensive improve
ments made In the bouse and is now
having a new barn erected. F. W.
Hawley Is doing the work.
Mrs Elbert S. Olmstead was taken,
last week, to the Bridgeport hospital,
for treatment. , 14 t. T
Harry I. Andrews bas left the New
Haven hospital and is now again at
the sanitarium in Wallingford. His
condition is about tbe same.
Tbe Center district school will close,
tbls week, being among the first to
close for the long summer vacation.
Mrs Mary F. Bennett Is with her
sister, Mrs Lottie Wells, of White
Hills. .
Clarence B. Burr Is ill at his home
on Elm street with an attack of mea-
nr. n i Mm Marshall Beach, with
MIrh Nellie Wilson, enjoyed a day's
outing at New Haven and bavin Kock,
last week. . , .
Micoi nnvJ Reach, who Is a stu
dent of the Union Business College of
Bridgeport, was tne guesi 01 mm w
win C. Shelton, recently.
Memorial Day with bis parents.
Paul Svibra spent Sunday at borne.
Peter Pallo and Peter Hebin of
Bridgeport were at Peter Pallo 's, Sr.,
Amel Buman, Sr., and Amel Rinnan,
Jr., of New York, were home over Sun
day. Selectmen E. G. Jennings has had
the gravel pit in front of Mrs Bennett
Seeley's house filled up and nicely
graded, greatly improving the looks of
the place.
Mr and Mrs Howard Wheeler and
family were at Jesse H. Wheeler's,
Messrs Horace Wheeler, Ellis
Wheeler, Frank Smith and several
others spent Saturday at Sasco Beach.
H. W. Osborne and family spent
Memorial Day at tbeir cottage at
Fairfield Beach.
Miss Lulu F. Partrick, daughter of
Mr and Mrs Leroy F. Partrick of
King's Highway, Bridgeport, received
on her birthday anniversary from her
parents a handsome upngnt unennart
piano. Her many friends here ex
tend congratulations.
Our line cannot be surpassed in the
Everything for them to wear, including
Htvts. Ca.ps.
Shoes of the good-week. ring kind, etc
Everything in the store marked
well-known rock-bottom figures.
our l "'
The Besse System Store.
gasmen! , Bf9L&
f w u U"" mm n-
056-8 AAIN S T.
Bridgeport, Conn.
Bev and Mrs A. C. lEggleston bave
been spending a few days with their
son, S. Bruce Eggleston, of Matawan,
N. J.
Miss Hazel Fryer entertained her
cousin, Miss Florence Cutbill, of South
Nor walk, Sunday.
Mrs A. Helmus of Douglaston spent
a few days, last week, with Mrs Rob
ert H. Hill.
Zalmond Bead spent Monday in Der
by. Bev William Eggleston of Stratford
occupied the pulpit at the Methodist
church, Sunday.
Mr and Mrs J. W. Ferris and family
spent Sunday in New Haven with his
Miss Eunice Batterson is confined to
her home with tbe mumps.
Eric Hagran and Joseph Drout bave
left tbe Gilbert & Bennett Manufac
turing Co. and are going to work out
of town.
Miss Lillie Bouton spent Memorial
day with Mrs May Philips of Norwalk.
Mrs B. O. Bennett entertained Miss
A. Wheeler and Cecil Hawley of
Bridgeport, Memorial day.
Mrs William Fryer entertained Mr
and Mrs R. J. Cutbill, Sunday.
Master Mama Gilbert, who fell off
his bicycle a short time ago and broke
his arm, is gaining rapidly and it is
hoped the injured member will soon
be as strong as ever. -
Mrs Patterson and Mrs Bradley at
tended the drama "Among -the Break
ers," tbat was held in Bedding, June
Mr and Mrs Fields of New York are
visiting Mrs Blackwood.
Mr and Mrs Thomas Treadwell
spent Sunday at J. A. Tread well's.
J. W. Treadwell entertained friends
on Memorial day.
Mrs Jb'. B. Mallette bas aline flock
of vnnnc turkevs.
Miss Grace Mallett is home from
school for tbe summer vacation.
Mr and Mrs L. N. Mallett enter
tained Mrs Wheeler and daughter of
Shelton, Memorial day. Warren
Plumb and daughter spent Sunday
last at L. N. Mallett 'a.
The Ladies' club meeting, appointed
at Mrs Martin Jennings', is postponed
one day and will be Thursday, tbe
Mrs E. B. Sherwood and daughter
visited Oak Lawn cemetery, Memorial
day, and called on Mrs Albert Bulkley,
who Is suffering from a very painful
Miss Jennie Perkins is visiting in
Mrs Richard Knapp's mother, Mrs
Du Mond, bas not been as 'well as
usual. Dr Donaldson of Fairfield was
Bev Mr Prentice of Greenfield
reached at tbe Congregational church,
unday morning. There was no even
ing service. Next Sunday, June 10,
Rev John H. Kimball of San Mateo,
Cal., will occupy the pulpit. Mr Kim
ball is a former pastor of the church
and bis old friends will be glad to wel
come bim back. He will spend the
Sunday at F. E. Silll man's.
The Ladies' Aid society held a social,
Thursday afternoon, at Academy hall.
The Congregational Sunday school
will bold its children's day concert,
Sunday evening, June 1". All are
cordially invited.
Miss Mabel Fanton, who has been
spending a week at home, returned
to Bridgeport, Saturday.
Mrs John Z. Mellen and Miss Mary
Svihra were in Redding, Sunday, call
ing on Mrs H. C. McCollam.
Miss Stella Bunnell was borne over
Albert Sohn of Bridgeport spent
Oxf o rds
We want you to
know about our
many lines of
low Shoes for
Women selling
at the popular
price of
See Them In The Window.
1026 Main St., Bridgeport, Conn.
Full of style and
good values.per
fect in fit, many
heavy soles; in
fact an oxford
for every occa
sion at
Thomas Miller of New Haven, who
bas recently accepted a position with
the Hawkins Manufacturing Co., bad
a narrow escape from being killed at
the factory, last week Thursday. Mr
Miller caught one of bis fingers in a
Dress., hurting it quite badly, and be
went up on the second floor to get a
cloth to do it up with. When be got
up there be began to feel faint from
the hurt and started for tbe elevator
shaft to ask some one to bring bim
some water, but just as he reached it
be fainted and leu lorwara, Dreaking
the Drotection around the elevator and
fell to the floor below, bruising bis
face and hip quite badly and sbaking
him up. His shopmates ran to where
be fell and soon naa him revived ana
be was able to be taken to bis borne
at Mrs John Flemmings'. Friday Mr
Miller felt very lame but was aoie to
get up and be about. It was a mira
cle be was not killed in tbe fall.
Tbere will be a Children's day serv
ice in tbe Congregational church, next
Sunday morning. A special program
has been prepared oy tne cnuaren, as
sisted ibv C. B. Pierce on tbe cornet,
and his daughter. Miss Pierce, on the
violin. Mrs Samuel .Fierce, Mrs
Arthur Mitchell and Miss Susie Brad
ley have charge of tbe exercises.
Mrs C. B. Pierce recently spent a
week with her daughter, Mrs Jessie
Fowler, in Rochester. N. Y.
Mr and Mrs William Mitchell were
in Middlebury, one day last week.
Ira Hawkins sold a very promising
two-year-old colt to George Welton of
Mr and Mrs Joseph Cowan of New
Milford spent a few Jays, last week
with Mr and Mrs Arthur Mitcneu. m
Cowan and Mr Mitchell caught 35
Miss Olive Pierce has returned from
a visit to Vermont.
Fred Mitchell was with his parents
over Sunday.
The household goods and farm ma
chinery on Mrs John Bryant's place
were sold at public auction, last wee1
Thursday, May 31. Henry Canfield
who has purchased the farm, is mov
ing tbere.
Mrs N. W. Mitchell, who has been
spending tbe winter with her daugb
ter. Mrs Statu, at tseiievue, o., bas re
turned and is now at her old home
with her son, Edward Mitchell.
Edward Mitchell is making a num.
ber of changes and improvements on
the Interior of his bouse in Pootatuck
and is to have a wide veranda built
across tbe front side of his bouse.
S. P. Averill visited friends in
Bridgeport and Stamford, last week,
W. L. iMitchell and family of New
Haven, were guests, Sunday, of Mr
and Mrs Leroy Mitchell at Pootatuck
John P. Squires, who has been
among the sick ones, is now improv
Munson Clark and Mrs James Clark
and children of Newtown were guests,
last Friday, of Mr and Mrs John
Mrs William Manville has moved
from Mrs Abram Bennett's bouse Into
a part of D. M. Mitchell's tenement
J. H. Cassidy has taken tbe agency
for the Oliver type writer and has one
at bis store to show to customers.
Mrs Fred Schwartz and children
bave been spending several days visit-
Ine friends out of town.
Little Helen Lull, one day last week
while at play, took several maple buds
and pushed tnem into ner ears. Her
mother soon found it out and succeed
ed in getting a few of them out but
was obliged to call tbe doctor twice
before tbey were all removed.
Michael Wentscb of tbe Purchase
bas a nice pair of Devon steers, pur
chased of N. P. Beardsley of Roxbury
last week.
Robert Treat of the Purchase left,
last week, for Norfolk, Va., where he
has taken a Dosition.
George Wentsch of the Purchase is
making a number of repairs on his
Mr and Mrs Henry Mitchell spent a
few days, last week, with friends in
Hartford, New Haven and Stamford.
Fred Mitchell of New Haven was a
guest, Sunday, of Mr and Mrs Leroy
William Piatt has been ill with
rheumatism and confined to his bed.
Rev G. L. Forte attended tbe Nau
gatuck Valley Association of Minis
ters at Cheshire, last Monday.
Mr and Mrs S. D. Baker of New
York spent Sunday at D. M. Mitch
ell's. Benjamin Mitchell and family, who
have spent a few days here with Mr
and Mrs D. M. Mitchell, have re
turned to their home at Passaic, N.
Rev G. L. Forte, W. E. Mitchell, D.
M. -Mitchell, Leroy Mitchell, Samuel
Pierce and S. P. Averill attended the
Litchfield South consociation meeting
at Washington, last Tuesday, June 5.
Mr Levique killed a red adder near
his home, one day las week.
Tbe Hawkins Manufacturing Co.
have been having their factory, bouae
and barns all newly painted. Charles
E. Smith and G. Warner of Southbury
did tbe work.
Couch Brothers of New Preston and
N. P. Beardsiey were in the Purchase,
one day last week, looking alter fat
Mrs George Keuhne and son Charles,
of New Haven, bave been spending
several days with Mr and Mrs Gotlieb
Keubne at tbeir home in the Purchase.
George Keuhne spent Sunday with his
family there.
One day last week several men began
work at the old Garnet Mine Quarry
in the Purchase and pulled things to
pieces, but after the first days work no
one has been at work there. It was
hoped that tbe Garnet mines were to
be opened and worked again.
George L. Minor, while passing
through Stiongtown woods, with a
double team, met Dr Greene with his
new auto. The result was a broken
pole and a lively time for a few min
utes. Mr and Mrs George E. Garlick, Jr.,
also Mrs L. H. Buckingham, were re-
Suits That Are Different.
Our windows confirm the fact that our suits in style and
patterns are different styles are absolutely correct; patterns
are confined to us for not even in a to-order suit can you find
any of the wholly different grays we present in our suits for men
and young men.
And this is true not only of our regular lines, but also of
our Summer two-piece suits, which come in a wonderful range
of tropical worsteds, fancy homespuns, tweeds and wool -crashes,
priced from $10 to $25.
Blue serge in the same smart models, $10 to $25.
Soft Milan and Mackinaw straws in six different blocks,
52 and $3; and natty and split and Sennit sailors, $1 to 4.
Boys and
1 uui jp
Bridgeport,' Conn.
Summer Suits.
For Summer wear, there's
nothing so good as wash suits
for boys, provided the wash
suits will wash well.
Ours do, leaving the dirt in
the tub, and coming out bright
and new.
Russian and Sailor wash
suits of charabray, linen and
galatea in many colors, $1 to
Better Jet us provide your
boy's Summer hat, furnishings
and shoes, if you want him . to
wear the better kinds. Our
annex is complete with every
good thing boys wear.
cently in the Brass City.
Mrs ueynoias, irom Highland ave
nue, Waterbury, spent some days vis
iting at H. E. Warner's.
It is said tbat tbe parents or Kev
Cecilia's church, Waterbury, are to
spend tbe summer at his larm, known
as tbe old .Bristol place.
Mrs George E. Garlick, Jr., recently
entertained her brother, Clark C. At-
wood, from Waterbury, also Mr and
Mrs Randall Atwood of Watertown.
David B. Wheeler and son, Frank,
are remodeling a bouse, lately pur
chased by Charles Meigs.
A little stranger lately arrived ai
the home of Mr and Mrs Frank King.
A bard shower passed over this
place. Saturday afternoon.
George L. Minor has taken the con
tract to draw silica to the station. He
now has tbree double teams at work
Homer W. Atwood has a fine pair of
tbree year old Devon steers.
Mrs Hotchkiss from Pomoeraug Is
spending several days with Mrs Har-
lev hi. Warner.
Miss Kate Hurd is at the Wheeler
blooded new horse.
Philip Rowland attended tbe auc
tion of Frank C. Ward's importation
of Jersey cattle at Montclair, N. J.,
last Saturday. Over 100 bead were
disposed of at prices ranging from $100
tO OiO.
John A. Parker left, last week, for
an extended business trip through the
western states.
Frank Andrews -recently purchased
a fine pair of team horses.
The lecturer's hour at the Grange
on next Week Tuesday night will be in
charge of Worthy Flora, Mrs Bertha
Holmes Abbott. Tbe subject will be
"Rose Culture."
Mr and Mrs Dwight Goodwin of
Waterbury spent Sunday in town.
Next Sunday will be children's Sun
day. The Union Sunday school held In
Kissewaug schoolbouse, will J; com
mence on next Sunday afternoon at
3 30 o'clock.
Michael Fanning, who lives near
Strongtown, Is 77 years old, and quite
feeble. For 28 years they.have resided
on their present farm. Mrs Fanning,
his wife, inquired of the Editor of The
Bee if he ever met Judge H. O.
Averill of Washington. The Editor
replyed in the afiirmative. Mrs Fan
ning stated she was employed at the
Averill homestead at the time be was
born, and bad tbe pleasure of holding
the youngster in her arms a few hours
after bis birth.
Services at Christ church for the
month of June at 11a. m. Sunday
school following.
MrsO. E. Brower is making a success
selling chickens in broods from three
to 15 days old, with or without the
hens. She has orders far ahead, and
ready for more.
Charles A. Davis has a fine young
colt, two weeks old, (Princess Ena.)
Tilda Christenson is assisting Mrs
Ann Hull witb ber housework.
H. B. Brower has returned to his
home and is busy with bis farming and
Mrs Caroline Thrall Is at ber home
on Five Mile Hill, after spending the
winter with her sons in Pennsylania
and Seymour.
The much-needed rain bas come,
which all welcomed.
People were sorry to hear of the ac
cident to Bennie Hubbell on Mr Davis'
grocery wagon, and missed bim on bis
route, May 24.
The Southern New England Tele
phone men are living in Mrs McEvoy's
tenement house and putting on the
wires. They have finished the main
road and are at work on the cross road
through Bower Hill, over Good Hill
and Hull's Hill.
Miss Caroline Tilquist has been vis
iting at ber home.
State Road Commissioner J. H. Mc
Donald was in town recently, and witb
Selectman John B. Pope, located
where the state appropriation shall be
expended for the improvement of tbe
turnpike road.
Lee F. Armstrong bas set out tbree
hundred apple trees, this spring.
Mr and Mrs M. J. Cassidy were vis
iting at John Cassidy's in South Brit
ain, last Sunday.
Stephen B. Church has bis new bouse
near the Shrub Oak schoolbouse near
ly completed.
F. W. Hubbell was in New Haven,
last week, and returned with a fine
Colic, Cholera & Diarrhea Remedy
Almost every family has need
of a reliable remedy for colic or
diarrhea at some rime during the
This remedy is recommended
by dealers who have sold it for
many years and know its value.
It has received thousands of
testimonials from grateful people.
It has been prescribed by phy
sicians with the most satisfactory
It has often saved life before
medicine could have been sent for
or a physician summoned.
It only costs a quarter. Can
you afford to risk so much for so
little? BUY IT NOW..
After an illness of about two weeks,
Mrs John T. Purdy died, last Friday
night, at their residence in tbls vil
lage, aged 47. Tbe deceased is sur
vived by a busband and six children,
the eldest of whom is 19; also a broth
er, Michael J. Drum, of Waterbury,
ana tbree sisters. Tbe funeral was
held, Sunday afternoon, from St
John's cburcb, Father Loftus officiat
ing. The attendance was unusually
Mr and Mrs W. J. Munson, Mr and
Mrs F. B. Noble and Mr and Mrs C.
B. Mattoon were tbe guests, Sunday,
of Mr and Mrs Dwigbt Baldwin at
t . u. Lynn, who was injured a
week ago by being thrown from a
wagon, was able to be removed to his
home in Woodbury, Sunday.
Miss Mary Bronson has returned
from a two weeks' visit with friends
in Sniit.hhiirv.
Miss Carrie Lewis, a former teacher
here, is borne irom Hampton, Va.,
where she has been teaching since October.
"Observance of Sunday" is tbe sub
ject of a series of sermons which Rev
William McNicholl is ably presenting
to the people here. Sunday baseball
is one of the sins of commission of this
village and it gets its deserved denun
ciation in these discourses.
Mrs Charles A. Perry is confined
with illness.
Gerald Cunningham was home from
Trinity over Sunday.
Mrs Julia Black is visiting her pa
rents, Mr and Mrs Marcus Fox.
Mrs F. N. Barton and Mrs A. Camp
visited in Litcbneid, last week.
Whooping cough is on the increase
in town.
. Mrs William Warren, who has been
stopping witb a friend in Bridgeport
through tbe winter, bas returned to
Watertown and is visiting friends.
Mr and Mrs James Black spent Sun
day with W. G. French.
Rev Dr Dinsmore of Waterbury gave
a very interesting oration to a small
number at the hall on Memorial day
after the usual parade.
Mrs Metcalf continues very low and
her daughter, Mrs Somerville, bas giv
en up her work in Oakville and de
voting herself entirely to the care of
her mother.
Miss May Bidwell has recovered
from her recent illness so as to be able
to resume her duties in tbe school.
Mr Rogers, who lives now on tbe
Academy road, has begun tbe founda
tion for a home of his own on the
building lot of H. T. Dayton near Mr
C. W. Atwood, wbo recently started
a feed store south of Pythian hall, bas
instituted a new custom for that kind
of business, that of opening evenings
to accommodate the many farmers wbo
patronize tbe Waterbury milkmen
wbo bave long made this corner arcund
the large electric light their general
loading place.
Tbe equity in the Mattoon cottage
at the shore was sold, Saturday, to a
Waterbury party by the bank trustee,
Mc Lane Buckingham.
The members of the Girls' club gave
Mrs Jerome Woodruff, wbo has done
so much in their behalf, a reception,
last Friday evening, at the Congrega
tional chapel.
A daughter was born, June 1, to Mr
and Mrs Christy Irwin.
Miss Eva Atwood of Woodbury has
again taken her old position at the lo
cal telephone office.
President Luther of Trinity college
preached the sermon at Christ church,
Mrs F. W. Gray and children are
visiting In Chicago.
Joseph Atwood, wbo bas been con
fined to tbe bouse for some weeks from
the kick of a horse, is able to get out
tbe door again.
Mr and Mrs R. H. Hard spent Sun
day with friends in Oakville.
Morgan L. Cooley spent Sunday
with bis family here. It is reported
that Mrs Cooley and little son, Hewitt,
will spend tbe summer in Nova Scotia.
Tbe conference of tbe Naugatuck
Valley Congregational churches held
in Watertown, last week, was very
largely attended and was a complete
success in every way. The discussions
of the different topics were able and
interesting and a general good feeling
prevailed. It is said tbat tbe confer
ence had not been held here before for
about 17 years. Tbe day was favor
able for driving and many came with
their own teams, while many more
took advantage of Watertown superior
train service. The aggregate was re
ported by some as tbe largest gather
ing of the kind in tbe valley for many
Executive committee, M. B. Mallett,
E. R. Wooster, R. J. Keeler.
It was voted to bold an Old Home
Day, Thursday September 6, 1906.
The following committees were se
lected to assist in plans for the event:
committee on invitation. M. a. Mal
lett, R. J. Keeler.
Committee on Finance. Burton E.
Canfield, Willis E. Frost, E. R.
Committee on program. H. C. San-
ford, H. W. Treat, C. N. Hatch.
uommittee on ainner. Mrs u. in.
Hatch. Miss Mary Morris. Mrs S. P.
Treat, Miss Mabelle F. Sanford, Mrs
John 1. Hanaall.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab
lets. All druggists refund the money
if it fails to cure. E. W. Grove's sig
nature is on each box. 25c.
A meeting of the Bridgewater Old
Home Week Association was held by
call of the President, Henry C. Sanford,
at 8 p. m., May 26, in the Town ball.
Officers were re-elected as follows:
President, Henry C. Sanford.
Vice-Presidents, Christopher
Shannon, John H. Randall.
Secretary, Albert B. Mallett.
Treasurer, William W. Welton.
There is no need worrying along in
discomfort because of a disordered di
gestion. Get a bottle of KODOL "FOR
DYSPEPSIA, and see what it will do
for you. Kodol not only digests what
you eat and gives tbat tired stomach a
needed rest, but is a corrective of tbe
greatest efficiency. Kodol relieves in
digestion, dyspepsia, palpitation of
the heart, flatulence, and sour stom
ach. Kodol will make your stomach
young and healthy again. You will
worry just in the proportion that your
stomach worries you. Worry means
the loss of ability to do your best.
Worry is to be avoided at all times.
Kodol will take the worry out of your
stomach. Sold by all druggists.
You cannot induce a lower animal
to eat heartily when not feeling well.
A sick dog starves himself, and gets
well. The stomach, once over-worked,
must have rest tbe same as your feet
or eyes. You don't have to starve to
rest your stomach. KODOL FOR
DYSPEPSIA takes up the work for
your stomach, digests what you eat
and gives it a rest. Puts it back in
condition again. You can't feel good
with a disordered stomach. Try Ko
dol. Sold by all druggists.
The sincerest tribute that can be
paid to superiority is imitation. The
many imitations of De Witt's Witch
Hazel Salve tbat are now before the
public prove it tbe best. Ask for De
Witt's. Good for burns, scalds, chaf
ed skin, eczema, tetter, cuts, bruises.
boils and piles. Highly recommended
and reliable. Sold by all druggists.
Constipation makes the cold drag
along. Get it out of you. Lake Ken
nedy's Laxative Honey and Tar cough
syrup. Contains no opiates.
Oyster shells for poultry at S.
Sanford & Co.'s.
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Haie Always Bought
Bears the
Signature of
No appetite, loss of strength, nervous
ness, headache, constipation, bad breath,
general debility, sour risings, and catarrh
of the stomach are all due to Indigestion,
Kodol cures indigestion. This new discov
ery represents the natural juices of diges
tion as they exist in a healthy stomach,
combined with the greatest known tonie
and reconstructive properties. Kodol Dys
pepsia Cure does not only relieve Indigestion
and dyspepsia, but this famous remedy
helps ail stomach troubles by cleansing,
purifying, sweetening and strengthening
the mucous membranes lining the stomach.
Mr. S. S. Ball, of Ravenswood. W. Va.. aaysr
" I was troubled with sour stomach for twenty years.
Kodol cured me and wa are now using it in mUk
(or baby."
Kodol Digests What You Eat.
Bottles only. $ 1 .00 Size holding 2'A times the trial
size, which sells for 50 cents.
Prepared by E. O. DeWITT & CO.. CHICAGO.
Sold by
All Druggists.
and CURE the LUNGS
Dr. King's
Now Discovery
mUGHS and
50c & $1.00
Free Trial.
Surest and Quickest Cure for all
To Cure Rheumatism
Free the system from the poison which cause
Rheumatism and then prevent its formation.
larned physicians will tell you this la the
only way it is the way by which DR. SHOOP'S
RHEUMATIC CURE brings relief and euro
snakes an end of pain and swelling an end of
Buffering an end of Rheumatism. It is put up
in bandy tablet form, convenient and econo
mical. Begin to use this remedy today. Tbe re
sults will be lasting. Sold and recommended by
The Travelers' Guide.
New Haven North. 9.35 a m 4.15, p ni.
Due 11.15 a m, 7.40 p m.
Shelton North, 10.00 a m. 4.37,
South, 10.52 a m, 7.14 p in.
Stevenson North, 10.13 a m, 4.50, p iu.
South 10.10 a m. 7.01 p m;
Monroe North, f 10.18 a m. 4.55 pm.
South, f 10.35 a m, 16.55 p m.
Botsford South for New Haven, 10.30 p
m, 6.50 p m.
N'town North 7.40, 10.37 a m. 5.11, 5.20.
7.20 p m; Sunday, 9.13 a m. South
0.57, 8.15, 10.14, 10.22 a m; 3.39. 0.41 b m;
Snndav. 6.02 n m.
Hawley vllle North, 7.50. 10.46, a
5.29. 7.28 d m: Sunday. 9.28 a m.
South, 6.49, 8,07, 10.06, 10.14 a SB.
632iD m. Slindnv 5.53d m
Brookfleld Junction North, 6.17, 8.03,
11.00 a m, 1.05, . 5.33. 5.38. 7.38
Sunday -9.30 a m. South, 6.40, 7.58,
9.57, 10.06, 3.22, 6.22 p m. Sunday 5.43 p m.
Brookfleld North. 6.22, 8.08, 11.05 a m. 1.15,
5.43, 7.43 p m; Sunday, 9.35 a m.
South 6.36, 7.07, 7.52, 9.41 a m, 4.56, 6.15.
p m; Sunday b.di p m.
Ijanesvllle and Still River North 9,8.15 am.
1.Z7. s0, 7.50 p m; Sunday 9.43 a m.
South, 625, 7.00. 7.45 9.34 a m. 4.48 6.07 p m.
New Milford North 8 11.17 a m, 1.35.
a.o, D.ao, p m: saoaay, ., a
m. South, 20, 6.55, 7.40. S.28, 9.42 a m
2.57, 4.37, 6.01pm; Sunday, 5.23 p m.
Merwins vllle North, 8.36, 11.29 a m, 2.35, 6.12
p m; Sunday, lC.Oti, a m; South, 9J7 a m, 4.12,
S.43 p m; Sunday, 5.09 p m.
Kent North. 8.50, 11.41 a m, 3.15, 6.25 p. m:
Ui. nilu r mil. n. . Qm.,1. fl 1UI . -J C R.
p. m. Sunday, 4.57 p m.
Cornwall Bridge North, 9.09 a. m., 11.56. 4.09,
.39 p m; Sunday, 10.28 a m; South &52 a. m.
3.25, 5.17 p m: Sunday, 4.43 p. m.
West Cornwall North, 9.18 a. m., 12.05.
p m; Sunday,10.37 a m; South -8.44 a.u.. fiSO
3.08, 5.08 p m ; Sunday. 4.31 p m.
Lime Rock North. 9.27 a. in.. 1X15, 4.50. 6.56 p.
m ; Sunday, 10.4t$i ni ; South, 8.3ti a m.. 2.4j,
4.58 p. in ; Sunday, 4.24 p. tu.
m, &20,
p m.
Botsford North, 7.32, 10.29, a m, 5.03,
5.11, 7.11 p m; Sunday, 9.04 a m.
South, 7.05,' 83, 10.22 am. 3.48, 6.53pm. Sun
day 6.11pm.
See Botsford above.
Stepney North, 7.23, 10.08, a m, 4.52. 7.00
m; Sunday, 8.54 am; South, 7.13, 8.32 10.31a
m, 3.57, 7.00 p m ; Sunday, 6JS0 p m.
Long H1U North, 17.16, 10.03, a m, 4.46
6.54 p m; Sunday, f8.48 a m; South 7.21, 8.37,
10.38 a m, 4.02, 7.06 p m; Sunday, &ZI p m.
Trumbull North. f7.10, 19.57, a m, 4.40,
6.48 pm; Sunday, f8.42 am; South, 7.27, 8.42,
10.41 a m ; 4.07, 7.11pm; Sunday, f 6.33 p m.
Bridgeport North, 6.58, 9.45, a m, 4.28,
6.35 p m ; Sunday, 8.30 a m ; Arrive 7.40, &56
a m. 10.52 4.20, 7.25 p in; Sunday, 6.45. p. in.
Danbury East, 7.23, 11.09 a m, 6.17
Weai 9.34 a m. 3.15. 8.10 u m.
Hawley vllle East, 734, -11.21 a m, 6.32
Wt am & m. 3.00. 7.5K n
North Newtown East. 7.38 a m, 639 p m,
West. 19.13 a m. f&2. r7.48 d m.
Sandy Hook East 7.42, 11.28 a m, 6.44
West 9.06 a m, 2.46, 7.42 p m.
Southbury East, 7.53, 11.40, 6.55 p m.
8.59 a m, 2.36, 733 p m.
Southford East, 8.01,a m, 11.47, 7.02 p m.
8.53 a m, 2.29, 7.27 p m.
Waterbury Due, 8.27 a m, 12.13, 7.27
West. 8.30 a im, 2.0a, 7.00 p m.
p m.
9 m.
P m;
o in
Bethel Leave 10.38 a m, 5.15 p in. Sunday 8.4
am. Arrive 10J0 a m, 335 p m. Sunday UO
Bawleyvllle North, 1055 a m, 533 p m.
Sunday, 9.22 a m. Leave for Bethel 937 a m.
a m. 122 p m. Sunday 535 p m
Shepaug North, 11.06 a m, 5.44 p. m.
Sunday933 a m. South, 9.43 a m, 3.08 p m.
Sunday, 5.16 p m.
Roxbury Falls North, 11.14 a m. 5.52 p m
Sunday, 9.43 a m.. South, 9.35 a m, 3.00 p in.
Sunday, 5.06 p m
Roxbury North, 11.22 a m, 6.00 p m. Sun
day, 10.05 a m. South, 9.26 a m, 231 p m.
Sunday 4.5b p m.
Judd's Bridge North 11.28 a m, 6.06 p m
Sunday, 10.12 a m. South, 9.19 a m, 2.44 p ni,
Sunday, 4.43 p m.
Washington North, 1139 a m, 6.17 p m.
Sunday, 1032 a m. South 9.08 a m, 833
p m. Sunday, 4.31 p m.
New Preston North, 11.43 a m, L21 p m.
Sunday, 1038 a m. 8outh, 9.04 a m, 239
p m. Sunday, 4.18 p m.
Romford North 11.52 a m. 630 p m.
Sunday 10.49am. South 8.55 a m, 230pm.
Sunday 4.08 p m.
Morris North, 1137 a m. 6.35 pm. Sun
day 1037 am. South, 8.50 a m, 2.15 p m. Sun
day 338 p m.
Bantam North, 12.08 6.44 p m. Sunday
11 15 a m. South. 8.42 a m, 2.07 p m.
Sunday 3.47 p m.
Lake North, 12.09 6.47 ip m. Sunday.
11.19 a m. South. 8.40 a m, 2.05 pm. Sun
day, 3.36 p m.
Litchfield Arrive 12.15, 6.52 p m. -Sunday
11.25 am. South, 8 35 a m, 2.00 p ni. Sun
day 330 p m
Danbury North 6.05. 7.35, 9.30 10.40, a m
2 55, 531, 7.09 p in. Sunday 5.2
p m. South. 5.55, 735, 8.11, 10.09, 11.45 a ni.,.
38, 6.35, 6.48 p m. .Sunday 735. a, m,6ipjjr
Beth' North.7.13,10.34 10.53 a m.2.14, VSTlO,
5.57, 7.02,8.06 p m. Sunday.10.14, a m.8.16 p m.
South 6.01,, a m.3.15. 6.41,
6.58 p m. Sunday 8.02, a m, 6.07 p m.
Redding North 7.06, 10.45 a m 2.08, 6.55, 8.01 pm.
Sunday, 10.08 a m, 8.11 p m. South, 6.07, s.24.
11.58 a m.7.05 D m. Sunday. 8.08 a m. 6.13 u tu.
Sanford North,7.01, 10.40a m, 2.04, 630, 737 pm.
Sunday, io.ot a m, s.w p m. soutn, o-ii, sua a
m. 12.02, 7.08 p m. Sunday, 8.12 a m, (J7 p m
Br'chvUle North, 635.10.17 10.32 am, 1.(8
5.41, 6.43, 7.51 p m. Sunday, 9.58 a m, 8.01
p m. South, 6.16, 7.49, 8.33,10.31 a m, 12.08, 338
U.aJtS .Jf 3. 111. k3U UUJ. Q.AO Ula U.asSJ U W.
Georgetown North,&49, 1037 a m, 134,6.39,7.47
pm. Bunaay, .m a m, . p m. soutn, arju
8.37 a m, 12.11. T.18 p m. Sunday. 8.ll m
6 26 p in
Waterbury Leave, 6.45, 8.32, 11.03 a m, 133
3.57, 5.10. 6.12. 7.03, 8.59, 11.20 p m. Sundays,
9.58 a m. 8.17 p m. Arrive. 6.40. 7.46. 10.42 a m,
1.00,2.41,4.32,5.52,6.45,7.45, 11.16 p In. Sun
days, 6.53 a m, 4.58 p in.
Watertown Leave, 6.25, 7.30, 10.25 a m, 12,43
2.25, 4.17, 5.35, 6.30, 7.29, 11.00 p m. Sundays.
6.35 am, 4.40 pm. Arrive. 7.02. 8.49, 1132 a in
1.41, 4.14. 5.27, 6.27. 7.20, 9.16, 11.36 p m. Sun
days. 10.14 a m. 8.34 p m.
f Trains stop when signaled only,
s Saturdays only.

xml | txt