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i THE NEWTOWN JBEE. nUIMT.DRCMUE 81, m 0 Great Values This Week; Notable Among Them Are All Linen Hemstitched Damask Tray Cloths, Floral designs, 18x27 in sizo,25c, 39c, 50c Heavy Hemstitched Damask Linen Squares, la size 36 and 45 in. square, 75c to $2.50. The 45c Books, 3 for $ I , or 39c each. G 5 a 0 NcLEAN BROS., Phone 157, DANBURY, CONN. 221MiaSt if55temf5THfH1f5P1f5 SnnlanDlDrnffSffn The Newton Bee. . Newtown, rldny Dee 31, 1909. fl Make the . Whole Family Happy with A Phonograph. Nothing Will Give So Much Pleasure to So Many People at so Little Cost. $1 down $1 a week LEWIS PHONOGRAPH STORE, 266 Main Street, DANBURY, - - CONN. New freitoa NEW PRESTON SNOW-BOUND, The atorra here over last Sunday wan one of the hardest experienced here of mow and gale in three years. The wind was powerful, as strong as Is seldom felt herd. The sexton ana chorlHter reached the church on Sunday morning, but cloned the build ing before the time arrlveu for ring ing the liiht bell. It was a duv when few unnecessarily ventured forth for exercise or pviisure. The snow lay deep In places and side roads have needed the plow and shovel. Christ mas of 190t certainly closed wnlte. The attendance at Pavilion hall on Saturday evening, when the Christ mas tree was arranged for the Chil dren, was light on account of the storm and the exercises were closed at 8 p. m. The singing at the church arranged for Sunday morning will be ward In part, weather permitting, next Sunday morning. P.A. Hull & Son The ol UP.TO-DITB HARDWARE STORE Id thl Section. "a Wilson's New Year Suggestions. DIAMONDS. . Lower in price than you'll pay elsewhere for the same quality. Rings, Brooches,-Scarf Pins, Lockets, Earrings, etc., $5.00 to $300.00. WATCHES. Gold, Gold-filled, Silver and Nickel. A fine showing of the new thin models, with gold and silver dials. $1.00 to $75.00. SILVERWARE. Sterling and high grade plate, from the smallest piece to the large chest or Tea Set. CUT GLASS. One of the largest showings in Connecticut. Every piece of fine quality and beautifully cut, from the Bon Bon dishec to the large Punch sets. The F. L. Wilson Co., 23?MainSt. DANBURY, CONN. Phone 382. A & P Pure Food Daily Bulletin for the Week Beginning December 27th. v Another Innovation at the A&P Store The introduction of "S&H" Green Trading Stamps to better enable our customers to participate in the profits. Grand Opening Sale of New Goods, e 10 "S. & H' Stamps Free. We (five "S&H" Green Tradinjr Stams to .ur patrons BECAUSE we know the company behind them is ABSOLUTELY RESPONSIBLE. BECAUSE we know the MERCHANDISE you get for "8&H" GREEN TRADING STAMPS is the richest, most varied and most desirable ever offered as premiums by any one. BECAUSE we know you will be SATISFIED. "SicH"'GREEN TRADING STAMPS ARE GOOD AS GOLD. 10 STAMPS FREE TO ALL STARTING A BOOK. Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Co. v 163 Main Street, DANBURY, CONN. B. C. Norrls of Lake District has recently slaughtered his fine pen of nogs lor which he found ready and sale for he cared to spare to Carl Bader at Washington Denot. Mr Nor rls has the reputation of having every year one of the finest pens of pork to De touna in Lake District. Mr Brown and wife and Mr Parmer of Morris passed Christmas and Sun day at Charles Skiff's home. It Is reported that Edward Rydell has purchased a small farm In Hunt District, New Mllford, and will move there in the near future. Nelson Taylor has rented the rooms in C. M. Beach s house on South Street, recently occupied by the late Mr and Mrs A. B. Whitney, and will move Into the same about February 1.. Mrs H. E. Warner is at present confined to her home by illness. Her husband is again able to walk out of doors. Mrs Winters at G. S. Ly man's is slowly convalescing. The condition of Stephen Wright is reJ ported as slightly improved. Frederick Clark and wife and in fant child passed Christmas and over Sunday in Bakerville with relatives of Mr Clark. John Griswold has again changed his residence from South Street to rooms in the house in tue center of this village lately vacated by William CdblH Col E. E. Johnson's three sons were under the parental roof over Christ mas." The oldest started back by train in the storm of Sunday evening in order to report on his ship at the Brooklyn Navy Yard at 8 a. m., Mon day. The other two sons got back to their work in Torrington the first part of the week. Mrs A. E. Cornine is again in New Haven for a few days. H. C. Cogswell and wife were caught in the Christmas storm at A. M. Smith's in Washington. George Cable was caught in the storm in West Warren, while visiting his "best gin ' and was obliged to re main over Sunday. Miss Eva Hoffman is again at her home here over the holiday vacatiop of her school at Middletown. Kenneth and Illi Hoffman from NeW Britain passed Christmas and Sunday under their parental roof on Christian Street. Mrs A. G. Caskey visited New York City on Tuesday of last week and on her return on Wednesday evening she was accompanied by her only daughter, Josephine, who came from her school in Detroit, Mich., to pass her holiday vacation here. J. Milton Stillson is home from his college in Vermont to pass his holi days with his parents. Dr Crane of Waterbury was here last week in the interests of the N. Y., N. H., &'H. Railroad, to examine Frederick Hcffman, who was so seri ously injured on the track of the Litchfield Branch, last summer. On account of the storm mentioned so frequently above, Rev E. Evans was not seen wending his way up to the New Preston hill church last Sunday morning. It is rumored that the church there will continue to be opened during the winter and preaching- enjoyed by all in the habit of at tending. Rumor states that outside parties have contributed sufficient to make this plan possible. We are now lowing a most complete Jinn of ' Crawford Ranges and Oak Heating stoves. Every one absolutely guaranteed. t We are Manufacturers of the Celebrated Baxter Furnace. Send for Descriptive Booklets and Prices. We carry the largest line of Winter Blankets, Robes In this section. Everything for tne comfort of Horse durlnz the chilly months. Better provide yourself with a CLARK FOOT WARMER to use when driving. , For the Finest in Tools and Hardware Trade at Hull's, Opp. City Hall, DANBURY. 2 Cut Out $ catalog if shopping. I? It's unworthy of fct 1 public spirited Citi- 2 zens, a brake on New-1 If town's Prosperity, and f? a financial loss to you. li f If tempted by alluring j i advertisements to send t U money away from I fi home, just try your ii ft iNewiown or uancury ft U Stores first, and you'll f find sure satisfaction. S jThe Danbury Hard-it 43 249-251 Main St., Danbury. 2 INSURE YOUR WATCH. S&ves Your SSS Dfan FOR $1.59. I will put Watch In Der- feet order and Insure it forone yer A urttnst stopping and breaking of springs. Plfltl FOE COO I will pn your wateh-ln " perfect order and insure It for one T year against stopping and breaking - of springs, and 11 damaged by acci dent will make all necessary re pairs tree of charge. W. F. STANTON, Jeweler, 1229 Main St, Opp. Gold St, BRIDGEPORT, CONN 20 Years With E. W. Button 4 Co. New Milford. NORTHVILLE. Miss Ruth Buckingham was in Washington two days of last week, the guest of her sister, Mrs William Pnsbie. Mrs W. S. Leviness and her moth er, Mrs Josephine Baumann, luckily escaped serious injury, Thursday of last week, when their horse took fright at an automobile and upset the buggy. Mrs Baumann did injure one foot enough to make a crutch neces sary for a few days, while Mrs Levin' ess was not injured at ail and &ept her hold on the reins, so the horse did not run away. Andrew S. Buckingham has been nursing a hard cold for the past week. Mr and Mrs William Frisbie were Christmas and over Sunday guests at Mr and Mrs E. B. Buckingham's. Mr and Mrs Bert Hill of Wash ington spent Christmas with rela tives in Northville. Mrs George Marsh got snowbound at Mr Bristol's In Chestnut Land, on Christmas day and did not get home until early the following week. Stephen Morehouse arrived home Friday evening on a few days fur lough from the battleship '"New Hampshire." William Marsh was the guest of Mrs Hulda Morehouse, last Friday night A Christmas social was very much enjoyed by about 60 residents of this village and vicinity at the home of Mr and Mrs W. C. Hine, Christmas Eve. It took the place of a Christmas tree in the church and was primari ly for the Bible school. The presents were safely stored in an old time chest which a Christmas Fairy, or old Santa Claus' wife, presided over. The whole lower portion cf the house HOTEL GREEN, DANBURY, CT., F. A. CANTWELL, Manager. Motoring parties from New town, Brookfield and New Milford and other places will find the Din ner and Lunch Service perfect. Catering for weddings, parties and anniversaries a specialty. was trimmed with evergreen and Christmas bells. After the presents were distributed, refreshments were served. Instrumental and vocal mus ic added to the pleasure of the even ing. Mr and Mrs Howard Payne of New Milford were dinner guests of Mr and Mrs L. A. Payne on Christmas day. W. D. Soule and family spent Christmas day on Long Mountain with Mr Soule's father and mother. Mr and Mrs Sherman Green have as guests two of their grandsons, Ma; ter Jerrold Green of New Milford and Master Roland Fuller of Kings ton, N. Y. Mrs Hulda Morehouse, her son, Stephen, and Moses Marsh were the guests of Mrs Schoverling of New Milford on Christmas day. Miss Sadie Marsh of Sharon was an over Sunday guest of Mrs Hulda Morehpuse. George Roebling, Sr., is steadily improving from his recent illness and is able to be out of doors a little. The storm beginning about noon on Christmas and 'continuing over Sunday will bear comparison with the old fashioned sort you hear told about. Anyhow only one lone team travelled the road all day Sunday, and there were no services attempted in the church. Rev S. D. Woods shipped two crates of thoroughbred Buff Plymouth Rocks, last Tuesday, to E. S. Divine, Binghampton, N. Y. Tne crates con tained 16 pullets and one cockerel. Services Sunday at the usual hours. 10.30 a. m., and 7 p. m. Communion service follows morning sermon. C E. service at 6.30 p. m. Topic, "Through this year with God." Lead er, Raymond W. Camp. Have A -Look At These Overcoats. You want one for of all the overcoats ever produced these fill the bill best They are roomy, warm and stylish fancy or blackregular collar or military cut $15 to $25. John F. Woodruff (Sb Co., Masonic Temple BIdg., Danbury, Conn. fc i In Prices. I jjl All Holiday Goods I I NOTHING TO BE I S CARRIED OVER. I I Globe Dry Goods Co., 51 White Street, DANBURY, CONN. ! 1 3 Off On All Heatinp; Stoves In Stock. A large stock to select from. Must make room for Spring Goods. Don't miss the opportunity in buying a heating stove at a very small cost. Come in and see our suite of rooms newlv refurnished Mn up-to-date style. Furniture, Carpets, Rues. Stoves and Ranees. His-h Grade Goods at low prices. Easy Terms If You Wish. Henry Dick, Complete House Furnisher, p J. M. I es Old Stand, Entire BIdg, 257 Main St., DANBURY, CONN. Not Going to Wait Till January Before We Cut the Prices. Starting Right In This Week to Put Prices Down On All Heavy Garments for Ladies, Misses and Children. This means Furs, Fur Coats, Caracul Coats, a few suits, and all other winter wearables. Some of the garments are marked down 25 per cent; some are one-third off, and others are at about one-half price. We recognize the fact that much of the energy of the buyer was expended last week, and perhaps much of the money, but we are going to put out such inducements this week that it will compel you to buy from the very attractiveness of the prices. And thus with Winter Just Here, you are going to Get the Winter Wraps Away Down. WM. STONE, 247 uDmmr NotlCC For Ladies and Gentlemen. When shopping in Danburr visit Lesieur's Onir.lr f.nnrh for good things to eat. Only the beat served. . Tables for ladies. 196 Main St., Danbury. Next Hotel Green.