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The Automatic Tool Co.
of South Norwalk, Conn., Ia prepared to furaish milk-bottle capa, plain, waxed or printed, at low pricee aad in quantitiea to auit purahaaer. Factory Opposite East Norwalk K. R. Station. The N ewtowm Bee. The Automatic Tool Co. of South Norwalk, Conn. , Manufactures milk-bottle capping maehinea: gas oline eaginea and motors; develop and produces special maehiaery. Factory Opposite East Norwalk R. R. Station. VOLUME XXIX. NEWTOWN, CONN., FRIDAY, JUNE 15, 1906. TEN PAGES. NUMBER 24. 100,000 Celery Plants twice transplanted. JOHN RECK & SON, 1(12 Oak St., 985 Main St., Bridgeport. Professional Cards. W. J. Beexaher, Attobjut-at-Law, Kooma 85 and 80. Santord Bldg, Bridgeport. Office In Newtown open on Saturdays from 9 a. m. to 8.80 p. m. AT LIBRARY CORNER. Albert L. Schuyler, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Olllce over Newtown Savings Bank. Hours: 810 a. m., 1 2.30 p. tu. OIHce phone No. 10. House phone (Sandv Hook) 29 5. Hours at bouse, 57.30 p. m. F. J. Gaxb, M. D., .... Office In the David Beers Residence, Newtown Street. Office Hours : 8 to 9 a, m., 1 to 8 and 7 to 8 p m Dr Walter H. Kixrnan, - Phtsiciax and Surgeon, Sandy Hook, Conn. Office Hours: 8-9 a. m. ; 1 to 2.30 and 7-8 p. m Telephone: 18-8. Dr B. R. Shopp, Dentlat, Washington Depot, Coaa. Dr Frank E. Judson, Dentist. 57 Obntbr St., Bethel, Co-n. Opposite M. E. Church. Ottice hours: 8.30 to 12 and 1 to 8. Dr P. A. Scott, Dentist, Lewis Bloek, Woodbury, Coaa. Local Telephone, 9-15, Long Distance, 26-3. DR. 5. E. ALLEN, Hattbbtown, Oonn. P. O, Address: Route 15, Stepney Depot, Ot, Administer of Magnetic Treatment. Spec tallst In treatment of heart failure, stomach trouble and headache. Terms reasonable. Consultation Free. A. J. McGown, O. Q., OPTICIAN, South Britain, Conn. Eyes tested and glasses fitted at patrons home without extra charge. Will respond promptly to 'phone or postal card. Cxlsste A. Benedict, M. . Physician and Surgeon, Ms State Street, Bridgeport, Oonn Electricity one of the therapeutic agents. Office hours from 10 a n. to 18 m., 8 to I p. m Charles 8 Platt, Teacher Piano, Organ sad Theory, NEWTOWN 30NN. Oscar Pitzschler & Son, BARBIRS HAIRDSSSBSIIS, Newtown, Saady Hook and Hawleyville, Newtown Shop open every day. Hawleyville shop open Wednesday afternoon and Sunday morning. Sandy Hook shop open.every week day. Only first class work. POOL TABLE. DENTAL PARLORS. Expert dentistry, painless and rellable,most modern and scientific appliances used for painless operations. DR. C. B. BLACKMAN, durgeon Dentist. Office In Postoffice Block New MUford. Dr Battam, DENTIST, Bank Strut. New Milford. LEONARD'S INSURANCE AGENCY, FIRE, ACCIDENT. Old Companies, Lowest Rates. Dr R. 8. Todd, VETERINARY SUROEON, New Milford, Conn. Dr George E. Bolles, Dentist, Danbury office: Postoffice building, Main St., pen every day. Bethel office: 86 Greenwood Ave, Bethel, Conn., open evenings. Telephone No. 878. aarBAXiavAOTios Guarantbd. W. C. Allen, ' SHERHAN, CONN, General Auctioneer. Terms Reasonable. I- 35 LEWIS, Manufacturer of Harness, Blankets, Robes and Stable Goods. John St. . Bbidobjport Let Me Write SUITS In Pleasing Gray Mixtures. Stylish single breasted suits in very rich gray mix tures form a very conspicuous part of oar stock. For a discriminating, conservative man we know of nothing bet ter as the style and shade half on this side of the extreme, yet show every detail of custom work combined with good taste. If you are particular about your clothes these are just the suits for you. $15, 16.50. 18.50, 20.00. Blue Serges, Two-piece Summer Suits, Boys' Wash Suits, Straw Hats, $10 up to $25 $10 up $1.00 $1 to $3 JMN MAIN JOHN 5TJJH WW 5KIDGEPORTXONN. ? "White "Waist Patterns At the Lowest Prices of the Season. One In a box, material enough and to spare, Including embroidered cutis and 45c, $1, 1.50, 1.89, 1.98. Just as pretty as tliey can be, and just as good as they are pretty All-Wool Albatross, 39c a yard. All colors, 36 Inches wide, Very special at this price. CREAM SERGE. 38 Inches wide bc yard. CREAM CHEVIOTS, (washable) 38 inches wide, 59c yard. Agency for Ladies' Home Journal Patterns. McLEAN BR.OS., 221 Main St., Danbury. . Telephone 157. White Mountain Refrigerators The Perfection of Household Cold Storage. Thav are drv. cleaa. eleanable, pure, economical, convenient, roomy, dur able, sanitary to the utmost degree and cold as an iceberg. . a., 1 1 t - f i . j i ina Ice man wouia never grow wsaunj 11 t&ii xvvirtgvra'ors wirf mtiui ti&v this greatest of ice savers. Made of well seasoned hardwood, it has an improved removable ice chamber, convenient apart mente for eatablse and is in every way up to data. Price $11.50 to so. Also a una 01 neirigeraxors 7-5o ana up. N. Buckingham & Co., Inc., Baby Carriages and Summer Furniture, 111 Sft&ite Street, - - - l?rid$port. Coi?i?e Yon? Insurance on vour home and household roods at once. LOWEST RATES consistent with absolutely secure companies. T. J. CORBETT, Agent, Newtown. Oonn. D. Q. BEERS 4b CO., Nbwtowk, Comm., Manufacturers Of Canopy Tops, Buggy Tops tjusmons, xacK.s, And all kinds of Trimmings for Carriage and Wagons. Send for Catalogue. Canfield & Davis, Painters and Paper Mangers, NuwUiwd, Oonn. Telephone 32-3. Biggest line ef Wall Paper aamplea ia town. Chas. Ii. Sweezy & Son Long Hill, Oonn., Carpenters and Builders. Estimates furnished and contracts takec Prices reasonable. Summer Styles AT Corbett's Shoe Store, SANDY BOOK OT. We have a superior line of Shoes and Oxford Ties for Ladles, Men, Boys and Misses In all the latest styles and lasts. If you are inter ested call and get prices. Most People When buying like to KNOW that they are getting the real thing; that the quality IS exactly as represented to them, and to feel that the Drlces Daid are lust. Then shottninir becomes a pleasure and a satisfaction. This pleasure may be yours in the future, simply when looking for things In gold or silver of the best makes. Sterling or plated ware, choice cut glass, timepieces that will tell you the truth, diamonds and other precious stones, opera . .1 1 ...... 1 . V. . 1... kllltmnbo .ill f i. wi f i lj i.u a,. wava fans Whltln.'a hn. non.H Kepairing. Uiamunu NBliblllB uuu oiib".viub. ojc .uiiuw Aaj wr uiguv. rxvpenj ted glasses made and guaranteed. Go to TAYLOR & Practical Jewelers, GREGORY, Elizabeth St., Derby, Conn. tfcfcaftftaJ&fc &&&&&&&&& Have you visited our store? If not it will pay you 4ft TAort. our nrices on P in -o- i 43 43 43 43 43 4K The Wooster-Atkinson Co., Bridgeport, Conn. o 1043 nroaa street, o I TOWN TUFl. THE CONQREOATIONAL CHURCH. children's day service. The Children's day exercises at the uongregationai cnurcu, ouuusj muiu ing, brought an audience which filled the body of the house and the galler- iao Tha Hoortrat.inna vnrf COmDOSed of daisies, lilies and buttercups, while canary birds sang tneir praises w uuu. Tho sprvicp onnnerl with " a march in mrhif.h loo members of the Sunday school participated, headed by Ferris Hewit bearing the Sunday school banner and followed by h. n.Dtir Giinorinr.(nrlenti. assistant superintendent, choir, Sunday school teacners ana pupus. cv mi fn.th nano an nvnilll.nt tlflrlrPSS tO the children, illustrated by glasses of wa ter and chemicals, a couecuiuu was tiUn f. th. rrn orr Aeration A.1 Sundav vn.u .v. uuw "r0 f hrnl anrl "Pilhl Ishlncr SnP.ip.tV. Great credit is due Mrs Hewit, who drilled the children in singing, xne songs oy the children were greatly enjoyed. Tho nffarina man t.alren hv "four r.hll. dren, Helen Plumb, Viola Kutcher, . . i . i : i 3 riusseil W neeier auu uuruuu vraic. The order of exercises was a follows: Processional, "Onward Christian Soldiers." Prayer, Rev R. E. Danfortn. RpsnoriRive read inc. Assistant Super intendent George Barnum. Welcome, the superintendent, Alli son P. Smith. No. 510, "By Cool SUoam's snaay," school. . . Recitation. "When the Children Came," Gordon Gale. Song, "Beautiful Little Hands," Primary department. Recitation, Stuart and Edward Danfortb. 23d Psalm, by congregation. Recitation. "Childhood's Hours, Li Hie French. Snnir. "Just a Little Pansy." Pri mary department. Ferris Hewit. Bnnir "r.itt.le Teds." Loretta . ft ) " . u w. 1 Hayesand Clara Young. Aaaress, itev n. m. uauiori.u. Song, "As We March Along," boys. Offering. 'Th Tone of Voice." Willie Jillson and Carl Rasmussen. Song, "Blossom Bens," gins. No. 343, "How Firm a Foundation." Benediction. Mrs Thomas Keating andson.Thom- as, of Great Ring, who have been spending several days in Trumbull, the guests of Mr and Mrs John Bailey, returned home, last Monday. Mr and Mrs Thomas Bailey of Great Ring were made happy on Thursday, May 24, by the arrival or a little aaugn ter at their home. William Jordan of Half Way River has comDleted the carpenter work on Thomas Bailey's house at Great Ring and Walter Bradley is now doing the painting. When the work is all corn Dieted Mr Bailey will have a very pleasant and convenient house. He expects to move in some time next month. Harold Botsford closed his school on Long Meadow Hill, Brookfield, last Friday, with a picnic.and has returned to his Barents' home, Mr and Mrs Eu gene R. Botsford 's in Palestine, for the summer. Miss Loir an, the teacher at Half Way River, closed her school, last Fri day. The scholars and their parents and friends and several neighbors near the school enjoyed a picnic on the lot back of the schoolhouse, Friday after noon. Claude Stuart and grandson and John Thornhill of Brookfield were guests, Sunday, of Mr and Mrs George W. Stuart. Miss Julia B. Duncombe of Bridge port spent Sunday here, the guest of her mother, Mrs George F. Duncombe. Miss Dorothy Hubbell of Westport is spending several days here, the guest of her grandparents, Mr and Mrs I. B. Goodsell. COMFORT AND PLEASURE. V ou get both by using our Umbrellas Miss Blake and friends from New York arrived at Castle Ronald, last week Thursday. Station Agent Lawrence Taylor has a new swing chair placed on the lawn at his place. It was purchased of W. B. Glover. For Surrey, Runabout or Business Wagon. A Fine Looking, Square Canopy for Runabout with Fringe, $8.00. The Peck & 185 to 307 Middle St., Lines Co., Bridgeport, Ct. Miss Abbie Peck is having a veran da built on the front of her house on the Boulevard. George W. Stuart is doing the work. Mrs M. E. Botsford of Lake George is suffering with rheumatism. Dr F. J. Gale is attending her. Mrs Carlisle Hill of South Norwalk has had a marble monument placed in the Land's End cemetery at Hawley ville for her family. L. M. Hawley of Hartford is the guest, this week, of Mrs M. E. Bots ford in Lake George district. The road from Hanover to Lake George is in very bad condition and should be looked after at once by those who have it in charge. H. N. Tiemann, who purchased Miss Nora F. Costello's farm in Hanover, is having a reservoir built on the hill back of the bouse for a water supply for the house and barn. J. W. Daley and nephew, Samuel Murphy, are do ing the work. W. L. Allen and family of Brooklyn opened their pleasant home in New town Street, last Friday. There was a pleasant and notable dinner party on a recent Saturday at the home of Hon S. A. Blackman, first selectman, when his father and mother, Mr and Mrs Clark Blackman, and Samuel A. Barnum, Mrs Blackman's father, were present. Clark Black man, who was 84 years old, had not been at Hawleyville for two years. Mrs Blackman was 79 years old and Mr Barnum 82. SCHOOL EXERCISES AT WALKER'S FARMS. an interesting program. School closed at Walker's Farms school on Friday, June 8. The. order of exerises was as follows: Recitation, "The Speech, "by Claribei F. Troy and Nora Barry recitation, "The Japan ese Doll," by Margaret Barry; recita tion, "Thank You," by John Kubic: song, "The Little Mother," by Cecilia and Claribei Troy; dialogue, "Not Quite a Bargain," by Claribei F. Troy and Helen Kubic; song, "The Meadow Brook," by Cecilia M. Troy; recita tion, "Be True," by John Barry; re citation, "I'd Like to be a Man," by George Kubic; recitation, "How he saved St Michael," by Cecilia M. Troy; dialogue, ','Not Quite a Runaway," by John and Elsie Kubic; recitation, "My Pony," by Louise Bresson; reci tation, "Miss Jones and the Burglar," by Anna Kubic; recitation, "A Christ mas Visit," by Claribei Troy; dia logue, "low be Managed," by John and Cecilia Troy, George and Anna Kubic;song, "Once I got into a Boat," by Celia M. Troy; recitation, "Good Bye," by Helen Kubic. Cake, ice cream and fruit were served. Prizes were awarded to Claribei Troy and Helen Kubic by the teacher. The very handsome manual of Sum mer Resonts on the lines of the New York & New Haven road has been is sued, and a copy laid on the editor's desk. Included in the illustrations is a handsome cut of the Newtown Inn. The information contained In it is of a kind that has proved useful to persons seeking a pleasant place in which to spend their Summer vacation, suitable to their tastes and means, or contem plating an excursion into one of the most interesting and salubrious re gions of our country. This is not a guide book in a general sense, nor is it a time-table. It is different and pe culiar. It supplies the facts which persons who travel, and particularly persons seeking a place of Summer rec reation, desire to ascertain about the living accommodations and their cost throughout Southern New England, a region interpenetrated in every part by the lines of this great Railroad System. The information given is freshly collected and as as complete and trustworthy as it can be made by diligent attention and inquiry. In the matter of prices the regular tariff of the proprietors of hotels aud board ing-bouses is given. No doubt these, in many cases, are subject to modifica tion by special agreement according to the greater or less requirements made. It is .unnecessary to boast of the un rivalled service of. the New York, New Haven & Hartford Company's Sys tem. Those who have in former years been dependent upon it are aware of its excellent management for both safety and -convenience. No company serving the traveling public is more faithfully controlled by a just sense of its obligations and responsibilities; no company shows more enterprise, in telligence and liberality in doing its proper work. While these character istics are apparent to those who only occasionally use it, they are of the highest importance to business men who, during the Summer season, must place their families where they can pass a large portion of their own time and still be in comfortable and prompt communication with business offices. Trains are run with a frequency and certainty that give assurance of satis faction, and they are of the first class in respect of elegance and ease. An inspection of the map wnich is a part of this booklet will reveal how thor oughly the States of Connecticut, Massachusetts and Rhode Island are traversed by the lines of this company. These States afford as attractive vaca tion and recreation facilities as any region in this land that is equally con venient to great centers of population and business. There is no safer nor more salubrious coast for those who crave the tonic of ssa air and the pie .sures of salt-water bathing, fishing and sailing, whether one's taste pre fers the kind and balmy precincts of Long Island Sound or the borders of the open ocean as at Block Island, Newport, Martha's Vineyard, Nan tucket and Cape Cod. All along these hundreds of miles of Shore there are accommodations suited to all marine pleasures and all purses. This man uel is particularly devoted to the re gion traversed by the Central New England Railway, and the lines of the New York, New Haven & Hartford R. R., west of New London and Wil limantic, which comprise the shores of Long Island Sound, the mountain ous western section of Connecticut and Massachusetts, and the Connecticut River valley. Eastern New York, es pecially that section reached by the great Poughkeepsie Bridge Gateway, is also included. A similar booklet, covering the country east of New Lon don and Willimantic, may be obtained upon application. Besides the terri tory immediately served bv'tbis com pany its lines afford the most conven ient, agreeable and picturesque tran sit from New York City and the whole country West and South of the Metropolis to Northern New England whether one travels between New York and Boston by the all-rail Shore Line route or by the palatial Steamers which ply on the Sound. Additional copies of this Manual may be procured at the principal ticket offices on the lines west of New London and Willi mantic, or on application by mail to C. A. Call, General Agent Passenger Department, Room 506, Grand Cen tral Station, New York City, or to F. C. Coley, A. G. P. A., New Haven, Ct., Mother's Ear WORO It MOTHBR-8 EAR: WHBH HURBIIta AH INFANT, AND IN TUB MONTHS THAT COMB BEFORB THAT TIME, SCOTT'S EMULSION SUPPLIES THE EXTRA STRENGTH ARB NOURISHMENT SO NECESSARY FOR THE HEALTH OF BOTH MOTHER ANO CHILO. Send for free sample. SCOTT R iw v k' 1 .:.. 409-415 Hearl Street. ' New' York 5x.. auu ji.oo ; all druggists. or W. H. Seeley, G. P. A., "C. N. E. RY," Hartford, Ct., enclosing two cent stamp for postage. John R. Peck had quite an exciting runaway, last week Thursday morn ing,near the barn of William H. Prin dle, when bis horses, attached to a mijk wagon, became frightened at an automobile, ran and smashed a wheel. They cleared themselves and ran as far as Fred Northrop's, where Mr Northrop stopped them. Mr Peck was bruised some on one leg. W. H. Prindle started down the road with the horses and got as far as C. B. Johnson's, when they met another auto. The horses, greatly wrought up, got away from Mr Prindle and ran as far as the Henderson place. On Sunday morning Mr Peck's team, while hitched in front of the store of R. H. Beers & Co., became frightened at an automobile and ran across F. J. Naramore's lawn and on to C. B. Tay lor's property. The latter, who was talking with A. T. Nettleton, had a close call from being struck by one of the infuriated horses. . The automo biles are becoming so common that it is unsafe for women to drive on the streets. A law to provide special auto mobile highways at the expense of the automobilists will be demanded soon. It is certain that many of our high ways should be widened out in places. Cecil Wright officiated at the organ at the Congregational church, Sunday morning. Miss Mary Hall, the trained nurse, has been assisting in the care of Miss Marion Peck, who has been on the sick list for a few days. Dr A. L. Schuyler is in attendance. C. W. Halstead and C. A. MacPber son of Hawleyville were at Savin Rock, Saturday night, attending a cele bration in honor of the founding of the Order of Railroad Telegraphers. E. T. Clark, who was quite ill, last week, is convalescing. Dr A. L. Schuyler attended him. Mrs Samuel Clark and Miss Mildred Clark of Danbury were the guests of Mrs Sylvester W. Dibble of Hawley ville, last week Wednesday. Mr and Mrs S. W. Dibble and Mas ter Raymond Dibble were guests, Sun day, of Mr and Mrs F. F. Andrews. H. B. Terrill, assistant cashier of the City National bank, and Mrs Ter rill have been passing their vacation with MrTerrill's mother, Mrs Han nah Terrill. A large section of a handsome maple tree in front of the residence of Rob ert II. Beers was blown over by the heavy wind of Saturday night.- Mrs George A. Lake and two sons visited friends in Shelton, Derby and Ansonia, last week Thursday. A Bible conference and missionary convention will le held in a tent op posite the John N. Hawley House of Praver. Whisconier hill, Brookfield, commencing Thursday, June 21, and continuing over Sunday, June 24 Among the speakers to be presencjwui be Rev Richard Hartley of New York, Rev M. S. Anderson of New Britain, Rev C B. Rutenber of New Vork, Rev W. P. Ray of Cambridge, Mass., Rev L. Johnson of New Haven, Mr and Mrs E. P. Jenkins of Bridgeport, Mr and Mrs Starr or JNew ijonaon, out going missionaries to Africa, and others. Mr Hartley was commission ed by the clergymen of New York City to go to waies ana report on ine revi val there. He traveled with Evan Roberts through Wales and will give an account of the work there on Thursday, afternoon at 2.30. There will be three services eacn aay ai 10.30 a.m., 2 30 p.m., and 7.30 p. m. Accommodations will be furnished for those desiring to stay over night. Those attending for the day will be expected to take basket lunch. The best shoe that can b, made for the money. New styles are ready in al 'eathers. Our label guarantees quality. "A fit for every foot.' "Zenith" shoes are con trolled exclusively by It. V INCORPORATE The Busy Store Co. FalrfleldiAve. and Middle St., Bridgeport, Conn. HeAJ-to-FK Clothiers, Main Street and Fairfield Ave ( NORTHWEST COB NIK) Bridgeport. Conn. Miss Mildred Camp, daughter of Mr and Mrs I. Harrison Camp of Water bury, is ill with scarlet fever. Miss M. Elizabeth Scudder of New Haven passed Sunday at her home here. Miss Florella Northrop, an efficient member of The Bee force, is enjoy ing a week's vacation. What you want is good 1 medicine, carefully prepared by those who know bow to compound drugs correctly ac cording to your doctor's prescription. We should like to till your prescriptions. We know that our drugs and chemicals are the very best first-quality that can be bought anywhere at any price. We are thoroughly trained and experienced in handling medi cines. We try always to co-operate with and assist the physician in ob taining the very best results in the sick room by means of medicines com pounded by us. Bring your next pre scription here. TBetts & Betts. Special Summer Sales. Ilea's fancy color shirts aad drawers at 37 i-c. Men's faacy eolor aad black half hose at ia l-sc. Boys' blouse waists ia colors at $ aad 59c. Boys' whits blouse waists, very spec ial value at 45c Womea'a whits aad colored wash waists at 50c womea s fine sheer white la wa waists at 98c. Womea'a lines fiaiah wash skirts at 98c. Womsa'a liasa eolor shirt waist aad skirt suits at $1-45. Womsa'a Loag Komoaas aad wrap pers at 69c Womsa's short Lawn Kimoaas at 19 aad S5C Bargains In ear Domestic Depart ment la all kinds of remaaats of white - and colored goods. The Busy Store Co. HOW TO BREAK UP A COLD? It may be a sumrise to many to learn that a severe cold can be com pletely broken op in one or two days' time. The first svmDtoms of a cold are a dry, loud cough, a profuse wa tery discharge from the nose, and a thin, white coating on the tongue. When Chamberlain's cough remedy Is taken every hour on the first appear ance of these symptoms, it counter acts the effect ot the cold and re stores the system to a healthy condition within a day or two. For sale by R. H. Beers & Co., Newtown; Taylor, Curtis & Co., Sandy Hook; W. N. Hum, ing Hill; a. is. maaeman, Botsford; S. J. Parks, TrumbulL The Albany Dentists, brimTpoct. rflwenmnsni sV Street, CONN. Tmnon 0it 1 aw ft. - Crown and Bridge Work A Specialty. DRS RECTOR UtlLB, Preorletora. TKe City National Bvnk, 101-103-105 Wall Street, Bridgeport, Conn., Invites the accounts of Merchants, Firms, Corporations and Individuals with the assurance of prompt service and as liberal terms as are extended by any carefully conducted institution. Frank Mii.i.kr, President, , . Charles E. Hough, Cashier, H. B. Tkerill, A8sL Cashier. "If It's Made of Rubber We Have It. The Corner of Good Shoes. The Contrast. The White Canvaa Shoe or the handaome tan shoe, affords the pleasing contraat from patentor black leather, so much appreciated ia hot weather, whtn the darker ahoea have become commonplace. Summer shoes are now in order, and we are ahowina the haadsomest (and moat serviceable) assortment of canvaa ahoes for men and boys, that we have ever displayed.! And we've got taa shoea for women and children at reasonable prices. Better look them over before you de cide. Prices are reasonable. Hubbell Bros., Derby and New Haven. BICYCLES. In addition to carrying in stock everything and anything made of Rubber we also handle a complete line of Sporting Goods. Buying for twelve stores enables us to give the most for your money every time. Just now we are showing a splendid line of Bicycles of standard makes, that are fully guaranteed for season of 1906. Priced at $20, $25, $27.50, $30, $35, $50. e Call and see them. Bicycle Tires. Big Four Tires, $1.25. Hummer lires, 51. . 1906 Tires, $2.25. New Oxford Tires, guaranteed, $2.50. Goodrich Tires, guaranteed,?$2.75, $5. Hartford Tires, guaranteed,2.75, $9. Play Ball. Now is the time to think of Baseball. Our stores are overflowing with Gloves, Mitts, Masks, Balls, Body Protect ors, Bats, Shoes, Toe Plates, etc. Operators of i Stores: 105 Main St., Bridgeport. 13 Church St., New Haven. 139 Bank St., Waterbury. 5a Asylum St., Hartford. 240 Main St., New Britain. 51 West Main St.,Meridea. 399 naln St., Stamford. -74-76 Main St., Norwich. 158 State St, New London a6i naln St,, Springfield. . 128 North St,, Plttsfield. 606 ruin St., Worcester. The Ailing Rubber Company.