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Financial Institutions. Fifty-Fourth Annual Statement OK THE Newtown Savings Bank, October I, 1909. ASSETS: Iaihis on Real Fxt ate. I' lrhi Sloritruiri', Loan on Collateral Sm'urliy. Loan on IVrsoiial Si). curdy. City Humls, Railroad Honda, Hank Hiix'ks. Town NuU'H, It al Ktul. (Unking Jlouso and Lot, Cash on hand and In L3 HauU II.K.k VlllH r':i.r:s.ai 50.111)1.0 I.S'O.lH) Hfi.iWIMK) 2W,J"N.i.Ut 4T.IM) IKI 'i.i.MM li.OUUW) Markt't V til im ii3.rrs.3i l,fl.00 At.tHiU.uu :ii.:iro.uo tw.iii'.oo ;tt.."HH.ix The Newtown Bee; Newtown, Friday Doc 31, 1909. 7.000.00 7.000.00 34,'M.k;i JI.U'kUOO.IH LIABILITIES: Ppposlts (Jlir aecuuiiib) VUl'lltllH, Imprest account, loss Taxes and t Expenses 1'ald. l'roflt and Los Account, 34,X).H3 i.ir.:ii"i.Ms "NS.42H.ll4 uuuu.uu 24.ftl0.i8 ri.2H tl.OTitUtW.18 Arthur T. Nettleton, Treasurer. New Milford Savings Bank. 4 Per Cent Interest Paid on Deposits. Depcdu Received, Assets, $1 to $1000 (2,256,390.74 TURNEY SOULE, Prest. E. J. EMMONS, Treas. BRIDGEPORT D Ravings ank (Incorporated tB42) CORNER JMAIN AND STATE STS., Bridgeport, Conn. v Assets, $6,885,359.77. Deposits Received From $1.00 Upwards. 4 Per Cent. Interest on Deposits. Joans made on Real Estate. Mechanics' and Farmers' Savings Bank, Xaw Bank BiUing,WaU St., Bridgeport Deposits, Aug. 1. 1909, $4,220466.46 196,381.00 Surplus and interest, Assets, $4,416,447.46 Number of depositors, ' 12,098 Deposits of tl to $1000 received and Interest credited from the first of each month, payable In January and July of pack year- Incorporated In 1S73. orriczBS: John! Vessels, Marshall E Morris, Fredk. B. Hall. L. , Catfin, Secretary and Treasurer President Vice-Presidents James Staples & Co., bankers and Brokers. 489 TState Street, Comer Court. Bridgeport Conn. Deposits rewired subject to check and interest allowed at the rate of 3 per tent on balances ef $500 or over. ' Surety Bond furnished. Win act as trustees or administrators In the settlement of Estates or in the care ef property renarally. Safe deposit bores to rent, with pri b,U rooms tor e of customers. J. I. HoIki. F. T. Staples. 6 Per Cent Safe and Profitable In vestments, First Mortgages secured by Bridge port Real Estate. We offer, subject to sale, the followln which is only a pa-Hal list of mortgages w aveonfaand. CHANCE INTERESTS. STATE GRANGE MEETING. Austin N. Botsford to Represent Pootatuck Grance. Tho 25th annuul session of the Conwetleut State Cranse will be hold In Foot Guard hall, High Street, Hartford, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, January 11, 12 and 13. Tli la session Is open to all Fourth De gree Patrons In good standing. All Indication point to a banner session and an urgent Invitation Is extended to all to attend. Austin N. Uotsford will represent Pootatuck Grange at the meeting of the State Grange. The order of exercises will be as follows: TUESDAY, JANUARY 11. Morning Session at 11 o'clock. Opening in form, Fifth Degree. Roll Call of Olllcers ana oranges. Appointments of Committee on Cre dentials. Announcements of special commit tees. Introduction of business referred without debate. Recess at 12.30. Afternoon Session at 2 o'clock. Introduction of business referred without debate. Persons intro ducing resolutions will prepare two copies; one for secretary and one for committee. Bay what commit tee you wish it referred to. Address of State Master L. II. Healey. Report of Overseer, a. A. Peck. " Lecturer, J. H. Putnam. " Steward, F. P. Johnson. ' Ass't Steward, W. S. Hine. " Chaplain, Rev F. Coun tryman. !' Treasurer, N. S. Piatt. " Secretary, H. B. Loomls. " Gate Keeper, E. F. Hutch inson. " Ceres, Mrs Ida H. McAl lister. " Pomona, Mrs A. C. Hyde. " Flora, Mrs Ora A. Phelps. " Lady Ass't Steward, Mrs H. C. Brocket. " Executive Committee, by J. H. Hale. " Finance Committee, by H. C. Dunham. Introduction of business referred without debate. The wasters of Subordinate and Po mona Granges will hand written reports to tne State Secretary, H. F. Loomis. Recess to 7.30 o'clock. (Owing to the steadily increasing expenses of our annual meeting, the opening session nas been placed at 11 a. m., so that the officers and dele gates can avoid the expenses of the night previous in the city and an early closing on Thursday will enable them to reach home that night, so that there will be but two nights hotel bills to be paid. Rooms at the Garde Hotel for all officers will be assigned by the Executive commit tee.) Evening Session at 7.30 o'clock. Introduction of business referred without debate. Report of Patrons' Exchange. Lecture hour. Speeches, recitations, music or social. Closing in form in the Fourth degree. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 12. 'Morning Session at 9 o'clock. Opening in Fourtn Degree. Last opportunity for introduction of business referred without debate. 9.30, election of officers. 11.30, regular business. Reports of committees. 12.30 recess. Afternoon Session at 1.30 o'clock. Election of remaining officers. Business. Annual meeting of Patrons' Mutual Fire Insurance Co., at 2.15 in room under hall. (The Lecturers Elect of Subordin ate uranges are invited to a Lectur ers' conference in Foot Guard hall at 2.15 o'clock. This conference will be in charge of the State Lecturer, and will continue for two hours. The lecturers attending this conference will receive from the State Grange, mileage at the rate of tnree and one half cents a mile one way.) Evening Session at 7.30 o'clock. Conferring the Sixth Degree in full form. Exemplification of the Fourth De gree by a degree team from Easton Grange. Remarks for the good of the Order, by visiting members, etc. Endowing Masters and delegates with the A. W. by State Master. Closing in form. Lnoant. Aporataal. Rate. 400 l.ono percent" H00 1.000 im 2.500 3.500 Eooo 2.500 2. 3.509 4.5f 6.000 7.0 6 ill' ft H a " a m Insurance. 1.000 1,800 2.000 3,000 14.000 4,500 BURR & KNAPP, Backers and Brokers, TeL 423. 923 MalnfStreat. BRIDAVOBT, CONK. to get the reduced fare of 3-5 of the regular fare. Application must be made sulllclently In advance of train time to enable the agent to issue sumo, u (Hid going aionuuy ana re turning until Friday. II II. Heal ey, Master; II. K. Loomls, secretary; .1. II. Illakeman, U. B. wood, j. n, Hale, Executive Committee. GRANGE OKFuTittS ELECTED. Harmony Grange, P. of II., elected oflicere as follows; Louis 11. Beards- lay. Master; overseer, Clarence I). Iturr; lecturer. John M. Bun; stew ard, Herbert W. Joyce; assistant steward, Howard II. Wheeler; treas urer, T. H. LockwooU: secretary, William J. Nichols; chaplain, Rev II. I. Thayer; Ceres, Mrs J. C. Joyce; Po mona. Mrs K. E. Curtis; Flora, Mrs George S. Ilawley; lady assistant steward, Mrs Clarence B. Durr;-gnte keeper, Robert Sinclair; executive committee, Alexander Sinclair. WASHINGTON LODGE. F. & A. M.. ELECTS OFFICERS. Washington Loilee. No. 19. F. & A. M.. held Its annual communication on Monday evening and elected the following olllcers: Homer F. Sher man, W. M.; William J. Davis, S. W.: John W. Tread we . J. W.: Homer E. Clarke, treasurer; Edwin C. Shelton, secretary; Royal B. Curtis, S. D.; Rev ... S. Habersham, J. v.; Wilson N. Hurd. S.S.: J. Clark Mallette. J. S: Lemuel O. Osborne,' Marshall; Albert Wheeler, chaplain; Stiles M. Clark, tvler. The installation will be the same as last year, practically, on Monday evening, December Z7. Mrs Cornelia L. Shelton Is. visit ing her sister, Mrs Marshall Beach. Harry A. Wills of Philadelphia Is in town solicitine order! for the Hooper & Thomas Nurseries, West Chester. Pa. John J. Andrews entertained Ed win C. Stevens and family, Sunday. Hueh Lvnch is very sick at the the home of Oliver S. Blakeman with bronchitis. Dr Gallup of Long Hill attends him. Invitations have been received for the wedding of Miss Zaida Stevens and George W. Burr on New Years' dav at 1 d. m.. at tne East village Methodist church. Claude Russell of New Haven, who recently inspected the schools in town, addressed a teachers' meeting in Monroe Center on Friday after- nooh. Mr and Mrs Charles B. Nichols en tertained a number of. friends on Sunday. Oliver S. Blakeman ana W lulam S. Clark attended a meeting of the Con necticut Board of Agriculture at New Haven. Miss Lucy Lord of New haven is visiting with Mr and Mrs Marshall B6cicii Mrs' Edwin C. Snelton is enter taining her sister, Miss Carrie M. French, and nephew, Master Harold E. French. Miss Dorothy Habersnam of the Ingleside School, New Milford, is home for the Christmas vacation. George Sherwood moved his family to Nichols, last week. ErooifreM TOOBACCO SALES. Mr Wildman of New Milford was i:. town, last wees vveanesaay, ana purchased the tobacco crons of W. S. Geddis, Onda Odf and Mr Starr of Long Meadow Hill. Benjamin Eazzell has resigned his tmsitinn with the Lenox Shear Co. and has talcn a position as conduct or on the trolley cars, naving nis headquarters at Derby. He finished his work s- the Lenox Shear Co., list Saturday, and oegan work in Derby on Monday. His family will remain here for the winter. zVlbert Thiede, who has been ill and under Dr Hyder's care, is gaiu lmg slowly. Fred Pflorairi has taken the agency for a;i kinds of Sunday papers and and orders left witn mm win w promptly attended to and delivered at .your home if desired. Niles Handri'kson has a hand some new E'linore touring car, pur- nm3 M J wxsft Washburn-crosbycw- goip MedalFlo" L-JiKH.'SadtM chased of New York Parties. William Morgan left, last week, for the soldiers' home at Noroton, where he will spend the winter. . The Mission Sunday school at the Iron Works held their Christmas en ertainment. last week Thursday ev ening, December 23. There was a very Interesting program of rela tions and fuingi? by the scholars. There was a tree and gifts for the children, afrer which all enjoyed a royal Christmas supper In :'e base ment of the ''hurch. Mr and Mrs Niles Hendrickson were iu Falls Village on Sunday, the guest of Mr and Mrs P. H. Diion. It is rumored at Mr Dixon an-1 fAmlly will move back to Brookfield In the spring. A. S. Mansfield spent a few days, last week, in Rldgefleld, the guest of Dr and Mrs Mansfield. Clarence Vroman and family spent last week Tuesday in Redding, the guests of Mr and Mrs Hess. Roy Smith, a student at the-Long Island Medical college, is a guest, this week, of his mother, Mrs Emma Smith. Miss Mary A. Bateman is spending the holidays In Attleborough, Mass., the guest of Mr and Mrs Charles Whittemore. Louis Smith of Great Barrington, Mass., has been enjoying the Christ mas holidays here with his parents, Mr and Mrs A. B. Smith, at tk Cen ter. The young ladles of the D. O. C. club gave Miss Emma Lee, one of their members, a linen shower, last week Wednesday evening, December 22, which proved a very enjoyable occasion for all. Miss Lee was gen erously remembered. Charles W. Tabor, who has been ill and nnder Dr Ryder's care, is now gaining nicely. Robert Jones, who has been fn the west for several months, is at his home on West street for the holidays. George A. James Is spending the holidays with her son in Great Barrington, Mass. Peter H. Fennel spent two days, last week, In New York City on busi ness. The school on Huckleberry Hill dosed, last Friday, for the holiday vacation. There were recitations and songs by the scholars, also re freshments. The teacher was very handsomely remembered by the scholars. Roy Montrose has a fine new Scotch collie dog, purchased of A. J. Pulling of Beaver Brook. , Miss Cathfrir.e Murphy, who teaches In Newtowt is spenaing her Christmas vacation here with her parents, Mr aDd Mrs Daniel Murphy. Miss Emma Babbitt of Bethel, Pe ter H. Fennel and family, E. H. Beers and family and John S. Thornhill and family were all guests, Christ mas day of Charles E. Beers of Ob tuse. A pleasing entertainment was giv en by the pupils of the Curtis school In the gymnasium, Friday evening, which included reading and recita tions of an interesting nature. A scene in "Dicken's Christmas Carol" was admirably presented by a num ber of the boys, also a playlet in which characters from ' "Mother Goe" were represented. ', W. T. Wilmot and family spent Christmas day and Sunday in Dan bury, the guest of Mr and Mrs Wil liam Jackson. Mr and Mrs S. M. Udall of Baby lon, L. I., have come to Brookfield to make their home with their daugh ter, Mrs E. H. Lake, of Obtuse. Randolph Williams,! a student at the Syracuse University at Syracuse, N. Y., Is spending his holiday vaca tion with his parents, Mr and Mrs C. S. Williams in Obtuse. Heavy, Impure blood makes a muddy, pimply complexion, headaches, nausea. Indigestion. Thin blood makes you weak, pale, sickly, Burdock Blood Bitters makes the blood rich, red, pure restores perfect health. Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S . CASTORI A The Bridgeport Trust Co., 109-171 State St.. Bridgeport. Conn. Capital, Surplus and undi vided profits, $300,000.00 Receives Deposits subject to check, allowing Interest on accounts averaging $500 balance. Bents Safe Deposit boxes.! Acts as Executor, Administrator, Trustee, or in any Fiduciary Capacity, i F. W. MARSH. President. EGBERT MARSH, Vice President and Secretary. E. H. JUDSON. Treasure. Financial la;tUitltii. South Britain Aonouncunenta. We Can -Help You Make your New Year's dinner a suc cess. "We have grape fruit, sweet Flori da oranges, Malaga grapes, dates, figs, raisins, cranberries; Christmas and chocolate candies. Full stock of felt and rubber boots, arctics and rubbers in sizes to fit all. Also full stock of shoes for everybody. Remember The Place. Est. Charles P. Williams, HJrs C. P. Williams, Administratrix, South Britain. "Store closes every Friday evening at 6.30. The Randall Company, Land Mortgages, I 1 lUilUU UVIIUJ Paying 6 per cent, (Chartered) New Milford, Conn. 25 years experience. Based on wealth-producing lands. Not a dollar lost In 35 years experience in these securities. THURSDAY, JANUARY 13.. Morning Session at 9 o'clock. Opening in Fourth Degree. Reports of committees and action thprenn. 10.45:, Installation of officers, by Hon H. O. Hadley ana wire, Master or New Hamoshire State Grange. Recess at 12.30 o'clock. Clnsine Session at 2 o'clock. Reports, resolutions, congratulations, unnnlsnea business. Closing in form. At nnv time dnrinsr the sessions. when onDortunity offers, there will hi? addresses from vlsitinK members. recitations, or music in cnarge or tne Worthy Lecturer. This feature, we hone will enliven our meetines. The headquarters will be at the Garde "Hotel. As less than half our officers and delegates can be, accommodated at "Headquarters," and yet as all like to be as near together as possible arrangements will be made for first class rooms at not over $1 per day, within two or three blocks of hall and headquarters. Members of the Executive Committee at hall and Hotel will furnish lists of these rooms as desired. Meals may be had at the hotel or there are any number of good restaurants near at hand where cost of living can be made to suit the individual taste and purse. Regular tickets will be purchased of your lo cal agent who will also issue you a certificate to be lodged with the Hartford agent on your arrival there. You will also have a slip to be coun tersigned at the kalL These condi tioas must be ceaplied with In order The Champion ' Suit for Boys, 5 Is made to give extra long service under the hardest usage to wear and save money and mending.' Only the tough est fabrics are us ed; all seams are double-sewn with linen thread) and taped; stout linen stays resist strains; pants have double seat and knees. Handsome dou-le-breasted suits, in medium and darl mixtures, .sizes 7 to 16, $5. Let your boy test a Chamoion Suit. Clothes, hats, shoes and fur nishings for boys of all ages. 1 i For the New Year Trade We shall have, mixedi nuts, sweet oranges, cranberries, dates, figs, pea nuts, Christmas and chocolate candies. Full stock of groceries always on hand. THE BA.RGAIN STORE. H. J. McCarthy, South Britain, Ct. The store ds closed each Friday 'evening at 6.50 p. m. - 1 Hincks Bros. & Company, Bond Dealers, .Court Exchange Bldg., 207 State St.! Bridgeport, Conn Telephones 1765, 1766 and 1967. Horseshoeing, Carriage and wagon repairing in all its branches My Motto : "Best work at moderate Prices." Shop open for businsas every day except Sunday. A. b. jnrasoiT, South Britain, Ct The City National Bnk. Lof 105 Wall Street, Bridgeport, Conn. United States Depository. Capital, Surplus and Profits, $250,000.00 380,000.00 FRANK MILLER, President. CHARLES E. HOUGH, Cashier. H. B. TERRILL, Asst Cashier. MEATS! Fresh and Cured. Prompt service and the best goods the maritet affords at rea sonable prices is our motto. Peddle in Woodbury every Monday, Wed nesday and Friday. . Local Tel. 5-12; Long Distance IMS. ' J. J. Cassidj, Southbury. Michael Kilbride, General Trucking and Teaming, Tel. No. 36-4. SANDY HOOK.CT. Outfitters to lira, Womea and Children Northwest Corner , ffaln Street and Fairfield Avenue- ft Bridgeport, Conn. - Special Notice. My new shop now open for business and am napD&red to do Horse Shoelnr . Carriage and Wagon Painting and Repairing and Jobbing o( all kinds. Auto repairs, liasotine tar sais. Fred Lindwall & Son, BnnohviUa. Oonn. Frank Favereau, Red dln R'dge, Cena. . Horseshoeing, Carrlagt aid Wagon rapalfiag am4 iral Bteassmitking. The First-Bridgeport National Bank, Capital, $500,000. Surplus, More than $600,000. Deposits, $3,000,000. CHARLES G. SANF0RD, President F. N. BfiNHAM. Vice President ' O.H. BROTHWELL, Cashier. Trustees, Admiiustrators and Others Holding Moneys In Trust Find a checking account of special vaiua and oonvsnltnM. It facilitate mattars when caAl ea upon fr fc statement of the account. Tht checks (vomchers for ths expanllturs) Blu tfaa XT HUI'0 '"o wu niuuuub Ui moutJj Im irait impt. IS It BOW W solicit your account. The First-Bridgeport National Bank, 980 Main Street, Bridgeport, Conn. Established 1866 The Oldest Basking Firm In Connecticut T. L. Watoon & Co., BANKERS BROKERS. Stocks and Bonds Corner Main and John Street, ' - Bridgeport, Ceaa. INTEREST ON DEPOSITS.