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THE NEWTOWN BEE, FRIDAY, JUNE 8, 1906.
Real Estate. Farms for Sale, Etc. -M- f V Farms and Summer Home in Cornwall, "The Switzerland of Connecticut." Finest farm In Connecticut. 875 acres. One mile from Sharon. Conn. 500 acres culti vated, 375 wood, timber and pasture. Large maiu residence and ti other dwelling houses, wri ter and electricity. In barns aud house. L ikt-on uremis. s. r'rnits of all kinds Large barns and all In the uriRst repair. Over 200 head of en tile and stocn leu' on the piemlses. Suitable for general farintug, stock farm or entate for country seat. Terms I . w. We have farms from 1000up to tiKWO suitable for farmln and for summer homes lu and near Cornwall. If you have a farm fr sale we can sell It Summer homes to rent for the season. Advise us what you have. h WILLIAM D. BOSLER, Realty Broker, West Cornwall, Conn. tngn JCfnMnas avaaaVXnM Malne. New Hampshire, Vermont, Massa- W V MOneiT'indlUny chusetts, Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, FarmS FOF SSllG Delaware and Maryland. "Str out's List No. 15 " describes hundreds in detail, with cuts or buildings; one to 1000 acres, $H00 to $20,000; many have stock and tools included; it is the most complete book of real farm bargains ever issued ; with traveling instructions to Preach property. Send today f or f ree copy to nearest office. K. A. STROUT FARM AGENCY, " LaTKest in the World" 335 Wr Strut, Augusts, M. 150 Nauau Street, N. Y. 88 Broad Street, BOSTON. J. COLEMAN SMITH, Mgr., Bethel, Conn. WV anP"annl A Choice Brand The Newtown Bee. IS ew town, Friday, June 8, 1B06. CIRCULATION January 1, l8X Last week. 600 4450 Ten Pages. Of Japanese Buckwheat, Grass and Field Seeds Of all kinds. Green Mountain Silos. Ross and Dick , Cutters and Blowers. We are still selling the Walter A. Wood Mower at low figures. - Walter A. Wood Hay Rakes. Walter A. Wood Tedders, Walter A. Wood Reapers Lawn Swings, double and single. Farmers' Supply & Roofing Co., 256 Middle St., Bridgeport, Conn. Serge Suits. XL Men who love comfort always wear Serge w Suits. Our Serges are the sort that hold color and Jjj. shape beware of the flimsy, fadeable materials, falsely called Serges. Serge Suits, . $12, $15, $18, $20. Furnishings, Hats and Shoes. .' . jf Hub Clothing House, $$$$$$ $ ICKCKajK W.SSHINGTOBL INTERESTING WASHINGTON HISTORY. BY MRS CUAKLKS C. FORD. Just north of the scboolbouse where a small house now stands was once a blacksmith shop run by a man named Winchester. Going to the north we come to the house occupied by Simeon Dr Ford in 1827. The old house by the sawmill was first bought by John M. Ford and the family lived there un til the present house was built, after which it was occupied some time by a family by the name of Whitney. The old mill site has been the scene of much activity. At earliest remem brance it was the property of Jemima Davis, who herself ran a grist mill there. Later the place was run as a woolen mill by Calhoun & Smith (Sheldon Calhoun and William Smith), after which John Ford put in a saw mill, which is now run by his son and grandson. Coming back to the Mt Tom road we find more houses. First we come to the one by the river known as the Hannon place, built by either Alva Hubbell or Marcus Fox, who married Mr Hubbell's daugbter. A little farther on.at the foot of the bill, is an old cellar, but have no trace of the owner of the house. It is now on the farm owned by Alva Hubbell, who built and lived In the house at the top of the hill. Still farther on we come to the Gillette place, first owned by a man named Baker, and later the name of Benjamin Beach is connected with the place. Now coming back to the four corners by the church yard, we go east toward Smoky Hollow. We all remember the row of large maples.and a barn built on an old house cellar, just back. This was the home of the Kir by family, perhaps the same that later moved to the corner south of the Green, as the old house has been gone many years. Farther on is another cellar.and also the one spoken of earli er in this paper, making three bouses between the corner and G. C. Ford's place, This house, which was de stroyed by fire some two years ago, was owned by Samuel Ford, Jr., his son, Simeon Ford, and his son, Guy C. Ford, and occupied by his daughter and her children, making five generations of that family who have lived there. Coming back to the four corners again, we go down the Woodbury turnpike, and to the west of the road, near where the cross road leads past the Samuel Allen place, we find a cellar, but that is unwritten history. The owner,af ter completing the cellar, moved away from town, and no house was ever built. A little farther south we come to the four corners and the Logan homestead, but here I will leave it to some one else to write up the history of Upper End district. BASEBALL NEWS. The came between the Kidtre and hiunnery on May 30 resulted as follows: 929 Mala Street, Corner Bank, Bridgeport, - Connecticut. Are You Among the Number Who waat taa flaeat rods, reels, liaee, spoons, bait fliee for brook trout aad bass, areele, bait doxm, iiy boxes, acts, leader boxea, etc.? inea go to HANI H SMITH 44 Fairfield Ave.. Opposite Poll's Theatre, LP Urn 01UI 1 II, BRIDGEPORT, OONN., ThajSportemra'a store for Fishing Tackle, Gobs, ate. Special Summer r.illinery. Beers Colonial Building, r E MAI 1 in A XT -. linLiUlunil) 889 Broad St., Bridgeport. sal m BBV The Cream of the Poultry Press for 35 cents a year. That's jtiat two oenta a month and one Inane alone will contain Infor mation nff finuittnoJ uma worth dollars to von. The Pnnltrv RavIbw I not a large balky paper that you have to waate valuable time In "wading through" to find anything of practical value, but It contains the Cream of Poultry Knowl edge, Send In your subscription now. Sample copy and premium list S cents. Poultry Review, Box 7 Salem. N. V. METAL MOTHERS Ceeaplwta batch laf aad brooding plant foe VT.50. fats, oil bate bat to eggs aad rata Uekfl. Catalogue) free writ f 0 1 1 today. Cycle Hatcher Co.. . Box 77. Salem, Y. Lax-els only 5c. A Perfect Bowel Laxative for eonntipatton. M breath, bud taste, muddy or sallow com plexion, faoe eruption, headache, dizziness, sour stomach, ccatod toDgucbiliousness. LAJC-ET3 sot promptly, without pain or griping. Pleas ant te take- pleasant Id effeot. Formula on every box. Reoommended and prescribed by physleiana everywhere. In handsome metal pookas sixe boxes only are oanta a box, Sold by P. J. GARVIN, BETHEL. S. J. PARKS, TRUMBULL. Does Your Stomach Bother You ? Dr. Snoop's Restorative Cores All Distressing; Stomach Troubles Through the Inside Nerves. As you value your health and happiness dont neg-leot to care lor the slightest stomach pain don't let it go. At the first sign of distress use Dr. Shoop's Restorative and end all these troubles. These aches are signals they are symptoms of coming disease is it wise to ignore them? You who never eat a hearty meal with out a sense of fullness A followed by a period of lassitude or yTv drowsiness beware. Neglect these condl- tions and you surely Invite distressing oeoome a sanow. peptic uo you 01 tnesesymp tresa after tag of food gnawing at aoh.rumbllns lng of wind. tlta, heartburn. nness? If you these ways, your there Is but one strengthen the Inside1 atomaoh nerves evidence of disease. Put Indigestion you 'U miserable d y s- ezperienoe any toros 7 ais- eating. return- to mouth. pit of stom of gas. belch loss of anne headache, dls luffer in any of duty Is clear urse open to you 'nerves these special shake off forever this the digestive nerves in condition to act as nature Intended thev should. Don't drug, don't force just give the inside nerves natural force, gentle tonio. nature's help. Dr. Shoop's Restorative should be taken to do this it is the only prescription which builds up, or even attempts to restore the Inside stom&ojl nerves. Bold and recommended hr S. J. PARKS, TRUMBULL. P. J. GARVIN, BETHEL. Merrill Pianos and New Home Sewing JMa Uhlae. O. E. OSBORNE Stepney, Ot The best way to get what you want, or to get rid of what you don't want, Is to use The Bee's advertising columns. Try the small" ads : ic a word, one week. B H FO A E Agencf, 2 0 2 0 0 Blair p, . 1 2 3 4 0 Doec, 11 7 3 0 Talbot 3b, 0 2 4 3 3 Case 88, 0 0 1 0 0 Keeney 2b, 0 0 15 0 Cammock rf, 0 0 0 2 1 Barton lb, 0 3 20 0 0 Newson If, 0 0 0 0 0 Montgomery If, 0 0 0 0 0 4 8 38 17 4 K H PO A E Knowlesc, 1 2 14 2 1 Harvey 3b, 10 12 0 Lyman If, 2 3 2 0 0 West lb, 1 l 17 0 1 Hlckoxss, 0 2 2 1 1 Byden rf, 0 0 110 Bylander2b, 0 12 2 0 Bruens p, 0 0 0 8 0 Williams cf, 0 0 0 1 0 5 9 39 17 3 Struck out by Bruens 14, Blair 9; base on ball Bruens 2; earned runs Washington 2; time two hours. Ridge, - 003000000000 14 Washington, 000300000000 25 ARRIVALS AT THE BADEK HOUSE. Recent arrivals at the Bader bouse include: John T. Hubbard, Litchfield; J. M. McCormick, Miss Webb, H. A. Warner. H. W. Embler. New Haven: Col E. E. Johnson, New Preston; F. w. Hon man, t ran w. Marsn, New Milford; W. H.Blakeman, Bethlehem; F. S. Call, Springfield, Mass.; F. H. Mitchell, E. B. Barney, S. G. Reillev. George T. Burbank, David Davis, Jere huh, J. u. Kindieiand. JNew York: s. C. Kelsey, H. W. Brown, Hartford; George M. Gilbert, Marbledale; W. Fred Uhase, Boston. Mass ; J. L. Burk- hardt, South Kent: R. C. Whittlesey, Komrora: weortre w. uicKson. h art- ford; H. O. Warner, Clinton; M. Ster ling, Bridgeport; F. L. Rohar, Boston; W. H. Colepaugb, Southbury; Henry a. stougnton, 'j.nomaston;Li. i. uoiiv. Stamford; Hermon H. Peck, Allison P. Smith, Newtown. NEW HALL ON THB GREEN. The new hall on the Green is near- ing completion. The interior walls have been left plain and have been tinted a forest green. The large truss es have been painted a Flemish brown. The hall will be handsomely lighted, naving rows oi electric lights on the under side of the trusses, which show the celling. The hall is 35 x 65, with a stage 25 x 57. It is calculated with the gallery in the rear the hall will easily seat 550 people. Mc Grath & wooarun; are doing the paintine. The contract for the building bas been in the bands of Dallas Wyant. who has executed tne same to the satisfaction or those lurnlshlng the money. John Swanson, who was taken to the Hartford retreat owing to a ner vous oreak-aown, is improving slowly Mrs Hermon Johnson, who was 74 years old, Saturday, is nearly blind and confined to her bed. She has been a great sufferer. Joel Pearson of Church Hill set out 24,000 tobacco plants, beginning on the istn ana nnisning on the 27 tn of Ma v. He is a careful raiser and usually ob tains top price. An addition is beintr built on to the cottage oi Mrs s. K. Mitchell. Kich- ard Bacon has the work in charge. Frank Main has been improving bis residence with a new dress of paint. Contractor Ellsworth Fenn will build a silo during the summer for Robert J. Murphy. Walter Bronson has about com pleted extensive improvements on bis residence, including the building of a piazza 13 feet wide, dormer windows on the front side, and the erection of large tanks ror a water supply. Ells worth tenn bas done the caroenter work. A. C. Titus has been doing the painting. AlaDastine is a natural and durable stone base cement wall coating to be used over any solid surface, plaster, wood ceiling, brick or canvas in the place of paint, wall paper and kalso mine for either plain or ornamental work, frescoinir or relief decorating. and is applied with an ordinary wall oruBn. Alabastine, when properly ap plied to a clean surface will not Hake or scale or rub off from the walls and Afcgefable Preparationfor As similating the Food andBegula tirig the Stomachs andBowels of Promotes Digestion,Cheerful ness and Rest. Con tains neither Opium.Morphine nor Mineral. Hot "Narc otic . Vavv of OU.I-SAMl?I. PITCHER Aperfect Remedy for Cons tipa Tion, Sour Stomach.Diarrhoea Worms .Convulsions .Feverish ness and Loss of Sleep. Facsimile Signature of NEW YORK. an mmv mil EXACT COPY OF WHABBER. For Infants ami Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of In Use For Over Thirty Years era u) Ini TMB OCNTUH tOUNNV. MMT TONIC CMTT. ceilings, and in re-tinting may be coated indefinitely. Unlike other preparations for the' purpose, Alabas tine is a permanent wall coating that hardens with age, is as durable as the wall itself, and any one can apply it. Alabastine was the only wall coating used on the plastered walls of the main World's Fair buildings. It was awarded bighest medal and a diploma. For sale by S. F. Seeley. ROMFORD NOTES. Clarence Robinson has returned to his business in New York. Mrs Rob inson and son will stay here for the season. A deer was seen on the Gillette farm, this week. He was traveling toward his native haunts in the woods. Foxie was close by on the trail. A party of iishermen from Derby came here in an automobile, last week. The barn on the O'Brien place burned down, last week. Insurance was $300. Mrs William Clark was called to at tend her sister's funeral, in New York, last week. BETHLEHEM. DOGS REGISTERED. Tbe following is a list of those that have registered their dogs up to June 1, 1906, in Bethlehem: J. E. Allen, 2, J. H. Allen, H. B. Atwood, Stiles At wood, 3, John Anderson, Alfred An derson, S. A. Broas, f, N. Bloss, N. B. Benedict, E. N. Crane, Fred Candee, J. D. Dayton, F. 6. Echols, Jay El weyn, M. A. Fogg, L. A. Fogg, N. W. Flower, H. Glowsky, Miss Addle Gris wold, Wjlliam Griswold, Charles Hill, Daniel Hunt, Charles Hunt. John Holloway, William Howard, S. P. tlayes, K. Hurlbut, 2, John Green, P, Judson, 2, R. A. Jones, William Judd Frank Jucket, A. C. Lake, J. Leinski Richard Magee, A. T. Minor, F. J New, Ole Oleson, J. T. Parmalee, Carl Peterson, G. W. Percy, E. Stone, Clarence Spencer, William Stoughton, J. P. Stevens, f, J. B. San ford, 2, George Ailing, John Hollen back, G. Tyler, F. P. Terrill, F. H Thompson, 3, J. E. Thompson, H. H Waldron, John Wodden, William Zei gler. It is the duty of the selectmen to see that all dog owners or harborers have registered their dogs and we un derstand that the selectmen will cause all delinquents to be prosecuted. j Tbe ball game on the town field, Me morial day, was between tbe married and the single men and the score stood 27 for the single men and 26 for the married men. Mrs Charles Nooks is sick and Dr Howard Allen of Hotchkissville is at tending ner. Miss Huntington of Woodbury is nurse. H. S. xarrington of Carbondale. Pa.. 3 TUT J T, IT I rr , , n. auu mi auu mrs uu xiunout or wa terbury were guests at E. M. Crane's, lasii weeK. Frank Piatt of Waterburv was guest at J. E. Thompson's, Sunday. A. (J. Lake was in Bridcrenorb on ousiness on Monaay. Mr and Mrs H. I Smith of Middle. bury were at J. W. Smith's on Sunday. Attorney A. P. Hayes of Waterburv was m iiuwu, lose weeK. BULL'S BRIDGE. NEWS TERSELY TOLD. Charles Judd spent Memorial dav in uover Plains. (J. P. Marcv of South Kent was in tne village, Wednesday. Mr and Mrs Arthur SvDher of New Haven, who have been SDendine a few days at J. P. Cummings, returned home, Sunday evening. Miss Bessie Kennedy of Gaylords ville called at Mr Mallory's, Thursday. Miss inze urquhart was the guest or mrs unesier uaraner at Wlngdale, N. Y., Memorial day. Mrs Watson Cummings of Danbury is visiting at j. sr. uummings'. Mrs E. Velie of Bridgewater is visit ing friends in the village. Mrs George Newton of Kent is visit ing her daughter, Mrs Ralph Peet. Clifford Lane spent Sunday at Wil liam Goodsell's in North Kent. Mrs M. B. Lane was an over Sunday guest of Mrs E. Hatch at her home in Gaylordsville- Mrs E. Hatch spent the dav, Mon day, with her sister, Mrs A. E. Mai lory. Mr and Mrs William Page of Kent caned at Mr Mallory's, Sunday after noon. WARREN. THE CASE OF GEORGE GILBERT. I he adjourned court case of State vs. tieorge Gilbert, before Justice Strong, came on at 11 o'clock, June 1, Lawyer Addis for the State and Marsh for defense, both of New Milford. Marsh for defense put in a plea of abatement on the ground that Augus tus Chappius, the grand juror signing the complaint, had not taken the oath. Finding that to be the fact the Drison- er was discharged and court adjourned. Lawyer Marsh and-the friends of the accused went on their way rejoicing. When the court discharged the nrisnn. er, the public were much disappointed and all town officers severely censured or criticised, but the laugh was turned iusuuhuiuw. inside or nve minutes from adjournment of court Gilbert was re-arrested on a new complaint signed by tbe same man as grand juror. Lawyer Marsh was sent for and after satisfying himself that Mr Chappius had teen properly appointed by tbe selectmen and sworn,, the case was tried. Gilbert .was bound over to the June term of the Superior court under a $250 bond, which was fur nished by Frances E. Cole of Marble dale. Evidently some one got a bustle on to get the grand juror ap pointed by tbe selectmen, sworn and both certificates lodged in the Town clerk's office, the writ made out and signed, it all being done in less than an hour after the lawyer for the State found out tbe grand juror had not been sworn. The selectmen live some four miles apart. The prisoner was re-arrested less than two rods from tbe Town halt. The town was saved some $20 by some one's quick brain and push (aided by telephone) it being a little the quickest and slickest thing in Warren for some time. AT THE CHURCH. Kev Mr Smith from Bantam occu pied the congregational pulpit on Sunday, preaching the Memorial day sermon which was postponed from tbe previous unday on account of the se vere rain storm. His text was from 2d Samuel, first chapter and last verse. It was a soul stirring, patri otic discourse, holding the congrega tion with intense interest for an hour, "such a sermon as had not been beard in this place for many a year," as some remarked, and several said they wished their friends from out of town were there to hear it. Carpenters are busily putting new sills under the church and making other repairs. Mr and Mrs F. S. Gibson and Mr and Mrs Orlo Camp were at church, All enjoyed Prof Gibson at his for mer place as organist. N. B. Strong was in New Britain and Hartford for Memorial day. ROXBUKlc A MEASURING PARTY AT THB METHODIST CHURCH. "A measuring party is given to you; 'Tis something novel as well as new. measure your height on door or wall ; Bring two cents for each foot tall. An extra half-penny for each Inch give. And thereby show how high you live. The UOODle of M. E. church set thn mnnev They work all the day and get you a supper iur very iittie pay. With music acd song and pleasure so hearty We plll greet you one and all, At our "Measuring Party." A "measuring party" is to be held in me Town Hail, Tuesday evening, June 12. Supper 10c, entertainment iree. The young people of the Epworth League are planning a Lawn Partv for j my 4. ice cream ana cake will be on sale as usual. Further notice will appear soon. Mrs ti. W. Trowbridcre and MIes Jennie Trowbridge are spending a few days in Waterbury. The sick one's of scarlet fever are all improving under the skillful care of ur rons. lienry Cypher of Pouizhauair. N. v.. spent bunday with his son, Robert uypner. Miss Anna valleiy is visiting out of town. Madan & Robinson have commenced painting the creamery, which will im prove its aDDearance verv much' J. McKay and daughter, Isabelle, at- tenuea Due iunerai oi ineir most inti mate friend. Mrs Murrav of New York city, mrs Mcii.ay being there at the time ot her death. She enjoyed com ing here summers from the bustle of tne city. Mrs Ella Wildman and niece. Miss Alice Crosby of New York, and Mrs William Trowbridge called on Mrs S. Benson, Saturday. James urosby or isew Milford is visiting at William Trowbridge's. Mrs Palmer of Danbury was the guest of Mrs Spargo, a few days last week. A trained nurse from New Haven is caring for Mrs J. T. Collins. Mrs Collins improving at this writing. W. B. Seward's auto met with an accident recently. No one was injured miss Minnie jNaas entertained a gentleman friend from Newark, N. J., a few days last week. James Whalen has two verv sick children with scarlet fever. Dr Pons is in attendance. Robert McKeever is sliehtlv im proved. uur merchant has a new trotter. purchased from out of town parties. Mrs George Sherman and eldest son are spending a few days in Pelham. Mrs Myron rnomas and Miss Mabel are visiting friends in New York and Jersey City. Albert L. Hodge returned from a trip to California, last Tuesday, and report a fine time. The school at Weller's Bridce is closed on account of the prevalence of scarlet fever in the district. The center school, taucht bv Lvda Davenport, closed this week Friday. Born, a daughter to Mr and Mrs An ton! Sager, June 3. Mrs Caroline Thomas has rented the north part of her farm house to a fam ily from New Haven. Miss Jennie Thomas is home for a few weeks and is driving a spirited horse and a)fine rubber-tired runabout. She graduated from the Grace hospit al training school of nurses, this month. Burton Hodge and family spent a day, last week, in New Milford. Mr and Mrs Clayton Squires passed Sunday in New Haven. MARBLEDALE. LOCAL NOTES OF INTEREST. Mrs Sbepard and daughter of Brook lyn, N. Y., visited a few days at Mrs Bernard Peter's, the past week. Miss Lizzie Derrickson came from Romford, Friday, and went back to her school, Monday. George and Alice Ockford spent Decoration day in Bridgeport. Seth and Mrs Taylor went to Bridge port, Saturday, returning on Sunday. Rev T. S. Ockford held service at Kent Hollow. He is to hold service at Merry all chapel, next Sunday at 3 p. m A number from this place attended ,the medicine show in New Preston. From the appearance of some of the verandas and front yards, piled up with household goods, it might be sup posed preparations were being made for moving or auction sales, bnt it is only the evidence of the semi-annual house-cleaning. NEW MILFORD. OAYLORDSVILLE NOTES. Mrs Clark of New York is at her home in -this place. J. T. Underhill has returned from Bridgeport, where he bas been for an operation on bis eyes. Miss Bessie Soule entertained her friends very pleasantly by giving a party on Saturday evening of last week. Frank Cable is at the home of his motber in this place, coming in his automobile. On Sunday next tbe Methodist church will hold -its Children's day service. Mrs Caroline Mastin of Millbrook, N. Y., is spending some time with her niece, Mrs John Paine. Rev Mr Byles holds services at the Bull's Bridge chapel every Wednesday evening. Mrs Henrietta Barnum is with her daughter, Mrs W. P. Newton. Miss Ruth Clark, daughter of Howard Clark of Chestnut Land, fell and broke an arm, recently. Dr Pen dleton set tbe arm, which is doing well. J. G. Lyons, on the Buckingham farm, is raising five acres of tobacco, this year. He is handling a dairy, making about five cans of milk daily. The Railroad Employee is a bright, newsy paper published in Newark, N. J., by Benjamin E. Chapin and is de voted to the interests of railroad men. It gives the news concerning all the railroads and tbeir employees in this section of country and is nicely illus trated. J. A. Warner of this place, who is baggage master on the 7.40 a. m., train south, running between New Milford and Bridgeport, is the agent for tbe Employee and takes sub scriptions and advertising for the paper. His postofflce address is New Milford. . C. A. Way, the popular Railroad street paint dealer.sells tbe celebrated Benjamin Moore & Co. pure house col ors, a mixed paint made with pure lin seed oil only. This paint is made from the best and most lasting pigments, com oineo witn .rure Liinseea uu ana the best Liquid Dryers. No mineral oils or benzine being used in their com position, they are -strictly pure linseed on paints, ana wnen properly applied will cover more surface, hold their lustre and color longer, and give better satisfaction than any other paints in the market. Their working and last ing qualities have been thoroughly tested both on the seashore and in the mountains, and we have received num erous testimonials as to tbeir merit both from dealer and consumer. They dry with a gloss ana perfectly hard vet are elastic and will exnand and contract with beat and cold without cracking or peeling. In the manufac ture of the pure house colors they use the latest improved machinery, so that an tne composing ingredients are thoroughly and uniformly mixed- Mr Way feels confident in stating that these pure house colors are cheaper to tbe consumer than white lead or any other paints, because of tbeir great spreading qualities and covering capac ity, two coats covering better and mak ing a more solid finish than three coats of any other paint made. NEW PRESTON. MEMORIAL DAT OBSERVANCES. Those esteemed veterans, Rev Hen ry u pton, n. x Brague and William H. Dougal, superintended the task of placing the nags on the veterans graves, last week Wednesday morn ing. The children of the public schools unaer tne direction or tneir teachers, Misses Stuart and Morrissev, saner sev eral songs, Sherman Cogswell and son assisting. Rev Mr Upson made a few remarKs. seventeen veterans of tb Civil war lie buried in this yard. WEST CORNWALL.. Miss Louise Trieschmann has left ror ner new nome in Bantam. Harry i ost of uridfirenort is occunv- ing toe position or nignt operator at tnis station. Miss Cora B. Hallett is visitin? her grandparents, Mr and Mrs J. B. Hal lett.at Bridgeport. Quite a number from here attended tbe (J. E. Convention at Board man last baturday. Hon JJ. L. smith was in New York on business, two days of last week. miss Louise Miller bas returned from a visit with her sister in New Haven. PEEP-0-DAY BROODERS ! The Only Brooders! I If you are going to buy a Brooder you want a mncliine that is built right, for you urn aware that you cannot expect satisfactory results from a brooder that is not correctly veuti lated. DrODerlv neatea or ouiitoi any uui me oesi material. The ventilation system most not be a direct draft. Direct drafts cause bowel trouble. Chicks die and you lose money. The warmed air must be evenly distributed. If not there will be hot and cold spots. The chicks will become overheated or chilled and their growth checked. The lamp must be sure and safe. It is inadvisable to have any other kind and run the risk of fire. Without knowing all about them, we appreciate it is difficult for you to select the Brooder that will please you best. If you ask any practical poultryman. tbe editor of any poultry paper or any one versed in poultry matters, what Brooder to use, without exception they will answer. "THE PKEP- It has a reputation of fifteen years behind It. Patents protect tbe original invention, so that Imitators cannot use the basic principles of mechanical construction. for this reason it bas been impossible for others to produce a safe Brooder one that compares with the excellent principles combined in every part of the Peep-O'-Day. When the Peep-O'-Day Brooder is seen and tried, others are never satisfactory. We can offer you no greater argument of superiority of Peep-O'-Day Brooders than the fact that they are endorsed by the leading Poultry Scientists as tbe best brooders made. Prof Gowell says: "I must have them, for they are the best of anything I know of. Send me 20 of the No. 4 Brooders." Prof Stoneburn : "The Peep-O'-Day Brooders work perfectly. We have had some very severe weather, but the chicks entrusted to these Foster Mothers are thriving and growing." Mr A. P. Hunter; "While it may be possible to make a better Brooder, up to this time it as never been done." J 3 JE Its achievements have shown the Pnep-O'-Day to be tb e best brooder on-t.be market. We want you to give us a chance to prove: i- - That the ventilation is perfect. That the heat is easily distributed. aThat the temperature is easily controlled. That there are no drafts. That the lamp Is absolutely fireproof. That the Brooder can be easily clean ea. !?at lt can J operated with less care and less expense than any other Brooder. . . .There would be less money wasted on Brooders faulty In construction If mora people in sisted on Being Shown. Yon Cannot wlselv select a Brooder nnt.il vnn a a fmina- with pin.rv n.. Let us tell you all about It, We will If you will send for a copy of our 1906 Catalogue By illustration and description lt explains how every part of the Cornell Incubator Is made from the time the rough lumber starts in the mill untlll a machine is completed and crated, ready for sulpment. It Is free, if you address SOUTHTILLE. D. Beers of Danbury was a guest of Mrs L. Welton, last Monday. Mr and Mrs D. Clark of Shelton were at this place, one day last week. A. Worden. ti. W. North tod and H. C. Northrop attended the lartre oarn raising at J-. uicmnson's. last Saturday. A heavy shower passed over this place, last Saturday. A little hail was seen. Lightning struck a steer for 11. N. Camp. BRIDGEWATER. Howard B. Peck has a new Sterling piano ana is laiung lessons oi Mrs uor ton. At the town meeting held Mav 26 the town preferred leaving the matter ui ramun uau places on our nignways to Liie judgment or tne selectmen. Burton E. Caniield is the newlv ap pointed town clerk. Thousands annually bear witness to the efficiency of Early Risers. These pleasant, reliable little pills bave long borne a reputation second to none as a laxative and cathartic. They are as staple as bread in millions of nomes. Fieasant but effective. Will prompt- relieve constipation without grip ing. Sold by all druggists. When in Waterburv trading you can get a toothsome dinner at a small price at Calendar's Half Dime Lunch on South Main street. A large assortment of go-carts and baby carriages at J. D. Kimball's, Woodbury. WHITE WINQ POULTRY FARM, Telephone 739-4. Nichols, Conn. Largest Supply House in the State. DEADLY SERPENT BITES are as common in India as are stomach and liver disorders with us. For "the latter, however, there is a sure remedy: Electric Bitters; the great restorative medicine, of which S. A. Brown, of Bennettsville, S. C, says: "They re stored my wife to perfect health, after years of suffering with dyspepsia and a chronically torpid liver.'' Electric Bitters cure chills and lever, malaria, biliousness, lame back, kidney troubles and bladder disorders. Sold on guar antee by R. H. Beers & Co., New town; Betts & Betts, Sandy Hook; r. J. warvm, uethel; w. JN. JNoble, New Milford; E. J. Buckingham, Huntington; Allen Joyce, Roxbury Station; G. W. Hurlburt & Co.. Rox bury; C. N. Hatch, Bridgewater; Con- nery tiros., Georgetown; w. 5. Haw ley, Sherman; Honan & Soule, Gay lordsville; George D. Odell, Cornwall Bridge, Edwin H. Beardsley, New Preston, druggists. Price 50c. AN ALARM1NQ SITUATION frequently results from neglect of clog ged bowels and torpid liver, until con stipation becomes chronic. This con dition is unknown to those who use Dr King's New Life Pills; tbe best and gentlest regulators of stomach and bowels. Guaranteed by K. 11. Beers & Co., Newtown; Betts & Betts, Sandy Hook; P. J. Gar vin, Bethel: W. N. Noble. New Milford: E. J. Buckingham. Huntington: Allen Joyce, Roxbury Station; G. W. Hurl- nun uo., Koxoury; u. JN. Hatch; Bridgewater; Connery Bros., George town: W. B. Hawlev. Sherman: Honan & Soule, Gaylordsville; George D. Odell, Cornwall Bridge, Edwin H. Beardsley, New Preston, druggists. Price 25c. Hot Weather I Goods. I Dean's Rheumatic Pills absolutely cure Rheumatism and Neuralgia. En tirely vegetable. Safe. It is now time to be looking for an Ice Water Cooler, Refrigerator, or an Ice Cream Freezer. We have all kinds at low prices. If you want to mix up a cold drink, get one of our nickel plated shakers and some glasses or any other articles needed for this purpose. Just received a new lot of colored Lemonade Sets. Ixxk them over when In the city. Oil Stoves Are a good thing to keep the kitchen cool during the sum mer by doing . your cooking on one. Now we have these from the one burn er lamp stove up to the three burner Blue Flame and at very low prices. Yon know where we are. Just across from the Bridgeport Public Library. Give us a call. Tho BEACH 963 MAIN ST- BRIDQEPORT, CONN F. E. CO., SHERHJLN- Robert Stuart or Pittsfleld, Mass., passed Sunday with bis parents, Se lectman and Mrs J. H Stuart. Selectman J. H. Stuart passed Tues day and Wednesday in New Haven. Cemetery and Memorial Work . Hughes & Chapman, Successor to Ohas. J. Hughes, Roxbury NONE BETTER. The Simpson Springs. Sooth Baaton, Mass., Temperance Drinks: Ginger Ale, Birch nwr, flux xseer, uo uio nevs. etc aim dox. Cigars. Barbershop. Billiard and Pool Tablet. D. C Oarrlaon, EOXBUBY Henry Pettit, Expert Horse Shoer. Wagon and Carriage Repairing orancnes. Aisouenerai jODOing. Manufacturers of and Dealers In The Highest Grade of Ceme tery Work trom Granite and Marble. Office and Salesroom: 300 Stratford Ave., Bridgeport, Ct. J. S. BATES, Successor to Tb Bates Stoots Co., Monumental & Building Work, Cleaaiaa m R-ttiag Moanmrata, Haaaatoaea, et. In al Best work e nrlces. Shop closed Saturday afternoon at 5 o'clock. Telephone No. 13&-&. Terms Cash. I H. E. Garlick, Veterinary, KOXBORY, OONN. Long Distance Telenbone 4a Water St., Norwalk, Ct. 1. Q. Keane's Monumental Works, nouaatonlc Ave., Bridgeport, Ct. FMxley House, HAWUTTIIJ.B, NcwTOwa, Oc. Now open for guests the year round. Thank ng old patrons for past favors, we Invite all o come and see us. Transient boarders care ally attended to. Mr and Mrs A. E. Plxley, Props. , B E RT DAV, Mason and Contractor, Danbury, Ot. Brick laying a Specialty. 0TFlguree irlven on large and small eon-tracts. Use Quick and Easy Soap and Washing Powder. It is the best that can be made. Manufactured by tbe VALLEY SOAP Oc Sooth bury. Ot. Grease taken In exchange for soap.