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thk wrarowx KUDAY. DECEMBER Sl.lttl 15 Robertson's, Tbt Lidio Shoe Ston, Nw MilfoH. . . . Happy New Year ! While extending: its best wishes and the compliments of the season to a host of friends this Home of Good Shoes wishes to express its thanks for the very liberal measure of favors ex tended to it by its patrons during: the past year. This consideration has lcen fully appreciated, we assure you, and ask for a continuation of these favors during the com ing year. For 1910. We shall spare no pains during the New .Year to improve our service, wherever improvement is possible, and to keep this Store the Leading Shoe Store of this locality the . store where the best shoe values are attached to reasonable prices the Storet where shoe buying is always safe and where, we rust, you will always want to buy your shoes. Again we say. A Happy New Year! ay AMY CHRISTMAS LWITHOUT A 4fy2t Would be impossible. Albert Evitts, Druggist, Telephone 33, NEW M1LFOBE Rents Collected Telephone Connection Estates Cared For Before purchasing Eeal Estate, call on PHINEAS E. CLARK THE ONLV LOCAL EEAL ESTATE DEALER. 21 South Main St.,! New Milford, Ct.. Who will" only charge you one Commission. farms and Country Homes a Specialty. ,. Guaranteed 6 per cent. Bonds. M. G. Stone, CARPENTER and BUILDER. Bridge St.. NEW MILFORD. In Marsh's Garage Building. TelephonelConnections! Home. 1H-2. Shop, 8-55. Just In. A Large Stock of Men's and Boys' Felt and Rubber Boots, Arctics, Shoes and Rubbers. Also good line of Gloves. Flourrand Grain of all kinds. Hay. Salt, Gluten and Molasses Feed. A clean up-to-date Market with Select Meats and Poultry. We butcher only Native Steers. High Grade Groceries at Lowest friers. Ackley, Hatch & Marsh, Kallroad'and Bridge Streets, New Milford, Skates Sleds Useful Presents , Good Values Satisfactory "or Money Refunded WneSton. Successors to 0. A. Way Co., Taints. Wall Paper. Glass Window Shades. New Milford, Ct. TWsphoneHJ-3. . Painting and Papering. A fine line of WALL PAPER. H. S. COUCH, Msrryll Dt.tf NEWMILTOED. Haw Furs & Hides pay in eheck or money. II In tns msr kii sail or writ to us. Archie Miles &. Co., Nora Kent, Cemt. The Newtown Bet. Newtown, Friday Dec 31, 1909. New Milford. CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH ' NOTES. The services next Sabbath will be jf unusual interest because at that ;ime the new deacon will be inducted into office. New member will be re vived in the church, following which will be the Sacrament of the Lord's Supper. Those to be admitted to Aurch membership are as follows: Miss Ophelia A. Beardsley, Miss Mary 3. Beardsley, Miss Bessie Bell, Mrs Bessie Ross Merwin, Miss Minnie R. Thickett, all by letter, and the fol lowing by profession of faith: Mrs Harry H. Taylor, Kenneth W. Boyn ton, Sperry M. Wilson, Henry B. Warner, Daniel T. Weaver, Donald E. Hungerford, Gerald R. Green, C. Ericsson Tripp. Friday, at 7.30 p. m., the service preparatory to communion will be held. At this meeting the committee appointed by the church, some time ago to bring in a nomination for the office of deacon, will report and ac tion by the church will be taken. At the Tuesday evening meeting several names were proposed for churcn membrship and the vote of the church taken. 1 The Christmas tree service held on Christmas Eve in the church was a very pleasant occasion and was en joyed by both young and old. The service was in charge of the follow ing committee: H. P. Boynhon, chair man, Miss Gertrude L. Riddiford, Mrs C. M. Beach, Miss Florence M. Nelson. FAMILY REUNION. -A happy family reunion, Christmas day, at the home of Mr and Mrs Jas per A. Northrop, included Mr ana Mrs Mott Goodsell and four children of Bethlehem, Mr and Mrs Arthur S. Taylor, William H. Northrop and four children, Mr and Mrs James A. Northrop and two daughters. A CHRISTMAS GATHERING. One of the most enjoyable and per fect Christmas gatherings held in town was that at the residence of Mrs Edwin Bostwick on Christmas day. The dinner was praised by everyone for its excellence. Those present included Dr and Mrs F. E. King and daughter, Fred Berry and family, Fred Howland and family, William Bostwick and family, Ar thur Bostwick and family, S. E. Bostwick and G. D. King of Bridge port. SECRET SOCIETY NOTES. A reziilar meetine of Palm Rebe- kah I-dge, No 43, will be held, Wed nesday evening, January 5. Business of impoi tance is to be transacted and members are requested to be present. A regular meeting of Henry Kin ney Camp, Nor 23, Sons of Veterans, will be held in G. A.IR. hall, Wed nesday evening, January 5. Officers for the ensuing year will be elected and installed David Miller, the Bank street merchant, reported the Christmas trade as first rate. Mrs W. H. Percy and son passed the Christmas holidays in Bridge port M. W. Hill, the genial jeweler, and Mrs Hill were confined to the house for l day or two with a severe cold. The line of "Educator" crackers will please you. Starr & Dean sell them. Frank E. Rowe, the architect and builder, is confined to the house by illness. August Peelstrom, an employe of the New England house, has been on the sick list for a few days. W. S. Farrar of Selina, Kan., and Miss Elizabeth Farrar of New York are guests of Mr and Mrs A. K. Partridge. ' Frank A. Warner, Jr., Is packing up hi3 household goods, preparatory to removal to Waterbury. ' . Mrs Charles Conkrite of Gay lordsvtlle was a Christmas day guest of Mr and Mrs H. C. Conkrite. Mr and Mrs C A. Hause and two 00 CO 0 0 OOOOCOOOOGQ New Year PostCards and Booklets. Skates! Skates! Skates! Sporting Goods. P. M. Cassedy, . Postoffice Block, New Milford. At RIDDIFORD'S. Watch Movements Have advanced in price. We are fortu nate in having a large stock arid still sell at the same old price. What's better than a good, reliable watch for a Christmas gift See us about the Watch question. C.E.. RIDDIFORD, I 19 Bank Street, New Milford. sons, Raymond and Howard, of East r-Iamnton were Christmas guests of Mr and Mrs W. J. Kiefer. M. W. McOmber, local manager ot the S. N. E. T. Co., and family pass ed Christmas and Sunday in New Haven. Edward Peabody, the gneial and well liked optician, passed Christmas lay and Sunday in town, stopping it the Lincoln house. Don't forget "Tiger" coffee, 25c ib at Starr & Dean's. . Those new seeded raisins, 10c a lb, will please you. At Starr & Dean's. Charles M. Knowles of Norwalk has been passing the Christmas holi days with uis parents, Mr and Mrs F. W. Knowles. The young man re ceived a present of a handsome How ard watch from his employer. Mr and Mrs A. W. Peelan were Christmas day guests of relatives in Bridgeport. Peabody, optometrist and scientific optician, wil oe at m. W. Hill's jewel ry store, New Milford, January 3 to 9. ' Southbui-t. THE STREET AND VICINITY. George Bennett attends school in South Britain. . Henry Davis is working at his trade in Seymour. Miss Arvilla Murphy from Hartford spent Christmas at her home here. Mrs E. H. Browne has gone to New Haven to spend the winter. H. W. Beecner has sold his stock to Wilbur Kinsley of Woodbury. Mr Beecher has been engaged as travel ing salesman for tne Nutting prints. h will nlnsfl his residence in White Oaks for the winter and Mrs Beecher will make her home with her parents in Woodbury. Mary Condon has gone to Water bury to work at dressmaking. ' Howard Hicock is working at Nut- tinghame. James Green of woodoury was me guest of his parents, Sunday. Tho pbv Wallace Nutting exnected to. preach in Naugatuck, Sunday. Horace ueecner ana wire lrum T.arphtnnnt.. N. Y.. were week-end guests of A. N. Piatt and family. Dr Green, tne popular souuiuuiy physician, is absent attending a course in chronic diseases, medicine and surgery. He expects to return in about 10 days. He has been ab sent now about three weeks. Stevenson CHRISTMASEXERCISES. The rhHstniRs exercises were held at the church, lastween. Tuesday ev onfnr Mrs Thaver read "The Birds' Christmas Carol." Songs were sung and Miss Marjorle Tnayer piayea a oWHnn nn the niano. Then the presents from the tree were distri buted and tne usual gooa uwe was enjoyed by all. Rev and Mrs Thay.er were presented with a berry set. George Stowe ana mniuj uavc hPRti snendine a few days with his parents in Bridgeport J. B. Downs has gone south to spend a part of the winter. Mr and Mrs Arthur Ailing of New Haven spent Christmas day and Sun day at James wneeiers. cuwaiu i?ronnh and family of Snelton were at Mrs Nancy French's. Mr and Mrs Frank Jordan or Bridgeport at wu nom Tnrrtnn'a and Mr and Mrs J. A. Loveland of Bridgeport were at George Martin's, u, onrt Mrs Mnnterev Bryant en tertained Mr and Mrs Harold Bryant of Meriden and Mr and Mrs tsurr Nichols of New Haven on Christmas, in nf the heavy snow storm there were a good many visitors in this place over tne unrisimas recras. cA,arA P Win man and Will Smith of Derby were entertained at The Maples" on Christmas day. Bethlenea. CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH . NOTES. Through the generosity of Jesse 'V7. Smith, the church has recently come We have sold TIGER COFFEE for 3 years and the sale of it increases all the time that proves one .thing Quality. Re member the name, "Tiger Blend"-25c lb. Starr & Dean's, Bank St, New Milford. Her Majesty of Winter Is not nearly so easily satisfied as was the -Maid of Spring. Regal ele gance is exacted by (,ueen of winter or her shapeaux. Gifts Worth R diving. Nothing else does quite so well for a Man's or a Boy's Christmas as something he can wear. What he wears he'll appreciate. Man or Boy, what makes so satisfactory a Christmas gift as a suit or Overcoat. . If you do not care to Jinvest so much then SPATCHER'S, United Bank Building, , New Milford Best Christmas Candy. Ten pounds and above 8c a pound. Retail 10c a pound. G. BSCHIAPPACASSE, Bank Street,1 Nej Milford For the Holidays, We have made a careful selection of pretty and useful things. Come in and see Toilet Sets, Perfumes in Boxes, Toilet Waters, Mani cuie Sets, Perfumes in Bulk, Sachet Powders. Wallace's Gandy in bulk and boxes- Huyler's in boxes. Uigars, populrr brands. I W. N. Noble, j DRUGGlbT, l Bank Street, New Milford. mm Telephone 98. into possession of a hymn-tablet, made by R. Geissler & Co., New York. This addition adds greatly to the ap pearance of the interior of the church and also facilitates in the attractive ness of the worship. Service, Sunday morning, at 10.45 with sermon by the minister. Theme of sermon, "Facing the New Year." Commounion and reception of new members after the sermon. The Christmas exercises on Friday evening were well attended and in teresting in character. Much praise is due the committee in charge, Misses Pheobe and Emma Smith, lor the success of the entertainment la bringing happiness into the hearts of so many children. Clark Lane, tho genial conductor on the Berkshire division, was 67 years old, the other day. He has been 44 years on the Housatonic road and Berkshire division, and the railroad never had a more efficient employee. He is as young, apparently, as he was 40 years ago. Stops itching Instantly. Cures pile, eczema, aalt rheum, tetter. Itch, hive, herpes, cables Doan'a Ointment Xt any drug store. Regal Shoes, Hat or Cap Fancy Vest Neck Tie Muffler Suspenders American Boy Shoes Bath Robe .House Coat ' Pajamas Shirts Bag or Dress Case This is the last day before Xraas. If you are still undecided a3 to just what to buy him for Christmas. Come here and we will show you many useful things that he would be glad to have. HATCH & DEWEY, P. 0. Block, NEW MILFORD. CR.EAT BARRINGTON. Ice Tools. M. H. MALLETT, Corner Main and Church Sts., VEW MILFORD. CONN. Four Dollars for Men's Shbes of Burt & Packard Make at flollan's A variety of styles, all of first grade as to make, durability, style ana comfort. "Korrect Shape" Burt & Packard shoes at dif ferent prices. W. K. MOLLAN, 1026 Main St., Bridgeport. Express!paidone way on purchases of $3. We Are Always Delighted To watt on you because we know our! goods Will please you. Finest Coffees for your fam ily altar voor breakfast table-and teas good enough for even the Mikado. No poor quality here only the best of everything. Don't make the mistake of saving a few cents on Coffees and Teas wise housekeepers will as sure you that you had better save on some other line. They're right, too, C. I. LEACH. ChurchCStreet, .New Milford. Telephoos H If Your Horse is Sick or Lame. Your Cow Out, of Condition, Your Dog or Cat 111 You should askRupf for Dr Darnels Book. "Home Treatment of Horses, Cattle,;Sheep, Swine, Dogs and Cats." It's free and Is worth moneyfco you. RUPF Sells Dr Daniel's Medicines. Frank E. Rowe, Architect, Office Mygatt Block, Bank Street, New Milford. Telephone. W. T. GALLAGHER, Main Stbsst. 8andt Hook. Ot. Shop near New England Station. Bartmr -and Hairdresser. Satisfaction in all my work guaranteed. Shop open every day and ev nst mmot utmiac opeciaiiy.