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THE NEWIOWN BEE, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 20 1903.
Have gKjpbB (oND NcvHavca'i nfTrT: Most Store NcwHavcn's Reliable Store $20,000 Worth o Christmas Merchandize Reduced. We gather up the End and Odd Lots now when 'twill help all 'roundinstead of later. G it Galvanized Iron Shingles. Painted Iron Shingles. Packed lot) Square Feet n a box. Ridge Roll, All lengths. We call your attention to these shingles boing durable and economical. Farmers' Supply & Roofing Co., Dealers in Gasoline Engines, Saw Tables, Insecticides; Seeds, etc. 256 Middle Street, Bridgeport, Conn. HINTS FOR CHRISTMAS For the entire family we. have sections set apart filled with all kinds of pretty China articles at 25c, 50c, 7ac and . Great values for the money. We are going to men tion some of the many articles you can rind at our store, with prices suitable for a Christmas Gift FANCY CHINA EET3. Dinner and Tea Sets, $5 to $85 Berry and Cake Sets, 98c to $6.50 Fish and Game Sets, $3.50 to $10 Bureau and Toilet Sets, $2.50 to $15 Olive or Nut Sets, $2 to $4 Ice Cream and Chocolate Sets, $2 to $8 Mush, or Sugar and Cream Sets. 250 to $4 3 piece Tea Sets, $2 to $5 PANCT CHINA ARTICLES. Salads or Cake Plates, 25o to $4 Celery or Bread Trays, 25o to $3 Bon Bon or Mayonnaise Dishes, 25o to $3 Chop or Spoon "Jrays, 25o to $3 Condensed Milk Jars,.. 25o to $3 Cups and Saucers, lOo to $1.50 Cracker or Biscuit Jars, 500 to $3 Jardinieres, loo to $8 The Newtown Bea Newtown. KrUliiy, Doeembtr 14, 1809. tcpncy. MKTIIODJST ChukCH NEWS. Sunday morning there will be preaching by lit') pastor, Hubjeot, rue abw lettr, ANNOUNCEMENTS OF BETHEL BUSINESS MEN. An Ideal Power For the farmr The Fona unanllne nltfll Kraua eillfln.a. taw r.urla .imiii. or dtmiKii, iy to run, full liurae powur, m if. hit in run. 1 1 1 1 1 intra t u iium The diKlrlrt Miporllitondent, who uttruntt)(l, portable or ntutlon wn to be present, Sunday, has changed the ditto to the Sunday fol lowing, so ur Adams wm preach on Sunday, January 2, 1910, at 3 o'clock in the afternoon. Following the preaching the fourth quarterly con ference will be held. Sunday evening Union sen Ice with the HuptlKt people ut their church, As HiIh g the Jiwt Koi'vlce with their piiKtor it Ik hoped a large number will be present. .Monday evening, December 27. there will be Christmas exerclnes by the Sunday nchool. 1 1 j m Victor and Edison Talking Machines, Records, Cabinets and Supplies. Carrier E. P. Lyons on Route 15 hnd the misfortune, one day Inst week, to have hi horse stumble and fall while driving on Pepper Street and throw him out turough one of the glass windows to his carriage, soniewhut bruising and scratching mm. Mrs Lottie Offenbackor, who lives list below the depot, was found last week Tuesday in an unconscious con dition on the floor of her home by one of her neighbors, having been paralyzed on her right side. Mrs C. Nurcnu is caring for her and she is now Improving dowly. C. B. Osborne, Jr., is Improving his house by having a new veranda built Thomas Perkins of lluttertown is do ing the work. Levi T. Frank is able to be out after a two week's illness. Mrs John Sable, who underwent an operation at the Bridgeport hospital, a few weeks ago, is now gaining nicely and was able, last week, to be moved to her sister's home on Beers Street, Bridgeport. We have some nice sweet oranges, nice dates and figs, raisins and a good assortment of candies, which will help make your Christmas merry. W. L. Penfleld, at the Depot. Long FlilL ITEMS FROM OUR SCRIBE'S NOTE BOOK. W. F. Randall of Chstnut Hill has just had a new furnace placed in his cellar for heating his whole house. John J. Scanlon of Bridgeport had the contract. The Country club are planning to hold a reception at the club room on New Year's evening. Francis Carroll of New Haven is at his home here for the holidays. The Upper Long Hill school was closed, last weeK, on account of the teacher, Miss Alice Gabler, being ta ken ill with scarlet fever. Peter H. Lynch was in West Stock bridge, Mass.,, last Friday, to attend the funeral of a relative there. Mrs Sarah Tebaut of Bridgeport was a guest over Sunday of Mrs Dora Starr. Miss Helen Smith of Bridgeport was the guess, one day last week.fof her mother, Mrs Martha Smith. , ,. Our stock of Christmas goodies is stiil complete. We have mixed and ribbon candies, 10c pound, sold else where for 13 and 15c. Large pound boxes of assorted chocolates, 30c each, choice assortment of box can dies at both higher and lower prices. We are headquarters for cranberries, sweet Florida oranges, malaga grapes and celery and we have all the fixings to complete your Christmas dinner, The Long Hill Store, W. N. Hurd, proprietor. Peter Gabler is among the sick ones, this week. Master Martin McDonough of Bridgeport has been spending a few days here the guest of Station Agent M. J. MacDonough. John -French did jury duty in Bridgeport, last week. The people of this locality read with deep regret in a recent issue of The Bee that Dr Seth Hill is to retire from active practice. Dr Hill has served the public in this locality for a little over 40 years as a faithful and skillful physician and he will be greatly missed by his large practice. We can fill your order for Christ mas for ribbon and broken candy, chocolate candies of all kinds, pop corn balls, sweet oranges, dates, figs, raisins, celery, cranberries, crullers and Frisbie pies. Your Christmas order will be filled right and deliver ed promptly with the best groceries the market affords. The Cheap Cash Grocery, Robert Staines, proprietor. Miss Alice Gabler is ill at her home with scarlet fever. Mrs J. Burnett is with friends in Glen Cove, L. I., for the holidays. The Methodist church will hold its Christmas tree and exercises for the Sunday school at their hall on Tuesday evening, December 28, and extend an invitation for all children of the village to be present and en Joy it with them . ary as lua DurciiaMitr daira. An niv... We milks a apecinlty of wtr ymm' for country homea. Inatruction gladly furnlnheU. Call and sea ui. Robert N.W. White & Co., BETHEL GARAGE, 149 Confer St, BETHEL, CONK. Your Christmas Order for erocerlca will ha nrnnnrlv filled with the best gnmlH at tho lowMt ciimIi price at Duke store, anil ha will iiImo linve oranges, (lutes, mulntr RrapeM, imimnMM, mixeu nuis, cninnnrrius mm everything to make your dinner com plete. Remember the place. McDowell & Taylor, Thumb lland 8lrtu Ccutur Ht., Bethel, Conn. E. II. DILLON & CO., Leading Milliners, Q 1 1 05 Main Street, Bridgeport, Conn. X p vuo maw i naruora, vi. 10 Kue 5t. Cecll, Paris. SL h Furs For Christmas Gifts. 8 12.50 fur neck icnrfg. (Q lU.OO black coney fur sets, it.uu DiucK rersiun raw sets, ill! Illnrk Mnli'lnn 1 vnv u.itu W uihck ueigiun Lynx sets, H $(1.00 black and brown Opossum scarfs, p $(1.00 brown and bluett Opossum muffs, P $10-00 fox muffs, H $12 fox muffs, 2g $13 blac k fox shawl scarfs, P $15 black fox shawl scarfs. m We are also displaying an exceptionally fine line of scar nuinK in lynx ana ininn in all the newest shapes. m mmmmmnmmmmmm 3.48 O 3.98 f 6.98 y 9.98 O 3.98 A 3.98 7.75 (O) 58.75 (W) f H.48 CP) fa and M E. H. DILLON CO. FRED KLEIN, Dk'TIIEL, CONN At Doran's Blacksmith Simp near Depot. Horse Shoeing, Can-law and Wairnn Itppalrltur of all kinds Via limierul Hlackmlllilinr. llorsH r.lluiiing duuo Try waulr day at my uliup For the Best Rruad, Rolls, Cake, Pies and all kinds of Bak ery UcxkIk come to the new store. Everything neat and clean and the bent iruods the market airurus usea in our business. Dayton & Hurzler, lie.' Center St., Bethel, Oonn Phone 43-8. Candy for Christmas. Almost anyone can and does appreciate a one oox or canny as a unrlstmas present. Our luscious, dainty candles, put up In the prettiest of Christmas boxes, will s-ladden the hearts of many of Santa Claus' friends this (Jlirlstmas. By placing your orders with us, your friends will not be neulected. We will see that Santa Claus delivers promptly. The prices run from 24c per box to $2.00 and every one is a moai acceptaoie kue. English's Quality Drag Store, Next to P. Cv Bethel. Conn. Come In and Inspect Our Stock of General Hardware, Tin Ware, Table and Floor Oil Cloth. Oil Stoves and Enamel Ware. Extra good line of square and stable Blankets. Also agency for L.&M. Pure Paint. The Gilbert-Miller Co., 15 Center St.. BETHEL. CONN.. Building Problems Don't Come Your Way Very Often With us they re our daily work. Let us give you the benefit of our experience. You'll be surprised, when you get started with building plans, how many points arise that you never thought of. Our place is not only a store-house of material, but also of practical advice. No charge for that, and only a moderate price for the goods. a Lumber, mill vork, rooting .uatenal and .buiUiiuk H ' E. C. Piatt, Hawleyville - Conn. m VA Remember. That a small Deposit will save any article until Christmas. You Want Coal When you buy coal. Clear Lehigh Is all eoal, free of dirt and minus slate. A great coal for heat, a good coal to hold tire, an economical coal for range or heater. Smith Beers, Fuel. Trucking, Moving. BETHEL, Ct. NOTICE. We are not giving you something for nothing, but we are giving you the results of 20 years of hard study and actual practice when you get your horse shod at Brennan's Our motto: "Honest Work for Honest Ppioes' H. A. BRENNAN'S, Greenwood Avenue, BETHEL, OONN MM GHT8 rOS GENTLEMEN. Cigar or Tobacco Jars, 50o to $3 Smoking Sets. 1 to 15 Shaving Mugs, 25o to S3 Mustache Cups, 35o to $1.25 Ash Trays, 3So to $2 Steins or Triple Mirrors, 25o to 15.50 gifts roB ciumiir. Silver Mugs 50o to S340 Knife, Fork and Spoon, t 60o to 2.00 Baby Plate, 35c to 60c Toys of all kinds with a large stock to choose from and at prices to suit Bring them In and see what they want Fancy table lamps, gas portables, chafino dishes, lemon ade sets, hanging lamps, gas domes, Jap gongs, twine sets, hall lamps, statuary, vases, bird cages, fish globes, cut glass and silverware, cutlery, etc. Give us a call before buying elsewhere. F. E. BEACH, 9 62 Main Street, Bridgeport, Com Redding. NICE CHRISTMAS GIFTS. A handkerchief. Big stock from 5c to 50c at French's, Bethel. GLOVES FORCHRIS'lMAS. And ours always give satisfaction. Ladies, misses and children, 25c to 50c. Ladies' and misses, $1. Men's plush for driving, 50c to $1. Knit and leather for work, 25c to 50c Street gloves $1 to $1.50. Boys gloves 25c to 50c. At F. B. French's, Bethel. New stock of Bradley mufflers In. 50c. Sweater coats in qualities that wih give you the best of service, for ladies, misses and gents. $1 to $3.98. At French's Dry Goods Store, Bethel, CASTOR I A For Infants and Children. Tbe Kind Yoa Have Alwajs Bought Bears the filgnatveof OUR. STOCK OF MEATS and GROCERIES Comprises all the Best These Lines and Our , Prices Are Reason able. SHOES We have a Fine Line of Shoes. Don't fail to see them. Henry Rupf, Main St.. Newtown. OS a a a a s a a a a a a a a a SBBHBa Diamonds, Rings, Lockets, ENGRAVING FREE. Watches, Clocks, Cuff Links, Chains. D. A. PARKER, Jeweler, 9 Arcade, Bridgeport. I Li ! i L- a a a aa HaaaaBBHEHsaas a BaaaaaHBa Ship Your Apples and Produce to Turney Bros., 531 Water Street, Bridgeport, Conn. Established 1889. The oldest and largest commission firm in Bridgeport. We are still doing business at the old stand. We handle anything produced on the farm. Highest prices and quick returns. We Want Poultry of all kinds and Pork. Let us have your shipments.' References: The First Bridgeport National Bank. Going; Out of Business! All Goods to be Sold By January 1st, 1910. My entire stock of Toys, Games, Dolls, Gifts for the yowng and old. Household Wares, Tin ware, Enamel ware, Crockery, Dry Good and Fancy Prints, Wall Fapen, Horse Blankets, etc., every article reduced. All 10o articles for 08o All 25o articles for 20o All 50c articles for 40c All 98c articles for 89o Everything in the Line of Staple and Fancy Groceries. Prices a low as consistent. Give us a calL L. C. MORRIS, The Orocer, NEWTOWN, CONN ParselPs Bargain House, Shelton. HOLIDAY GOODS! As usual we have prepared one of the largest and most up-to-date lines of Holiday Goods ever shown by us. You really must ate our display to appreciate the magnificent showing we have arranged for your Inspec tion, Oar assortment Is the like of which you do not find in other stores. Don't Delay. Now Is the time. Come and make four choice before the assortment Is broken.' Post Office News Store, MdgeJo Arcade, Conn,