THE NEWTOWK BEE, fMDAY, DECEMBER. 31, 1000.
The Weather Man is dealing out some very
jL radical doses of winterweather these days. Well,
jg let mm we,ve plenty or cioines protection.
.Overcoats, Reefers, Heavy Suits and Pants,
Cardigan Jackets, Sweaters, Underwear, Gloves
$k Mittens, Winter Caps, etc, etc.
$ HUB CLOTHING HOUSE,
929 Main St., Cor Bank,
The Newtown Bee.
Newtown, Friday Dee 31, 1909.
R S. CUNNINGHAM, Proprietor.
Almost anybody can get a "Job" but graduates and students of
this school HOLD their positions because they are trained in the
details of office work that the business man demands.
Mid-winter Term Begins Monday, January 3, 1910.
School Rooms open,-and Teachers in Attendance from 8 a. m. to
5 p. m. Day sessions from 8.00 a. m. to 1.00 p. m.
1 BRIDGEPORT BUSINESS COLLEGE,
Court Exchange Building, Tel. 1335.
. Office Open Evenings.
Christopher Jensen, who has
charge of Commodore Lultgen'i deer
park, has spent bis vacation in Mew
S. II. Benedict moved from Easton
to W. II. Wood's house In Ranglln
The contractor has shut the gate
In the dam and the pond Is filling
that has been built for Commodore
Luttgen in East Woods.
H. C. McCullom raised the new
house, Saturday, that he Is building
for Walter Luttgen on theland he
bought of the Sherman estate.
W. H. Wood is drawing gravel for
the new road that Commodore Lutt
gen Is having built hear his dam in
Mary Hughes of Danbury has vis
ited Mrs G. L. Dickens.
Moses Labonty, who has been
working for McDonald, has gone to
his home in Waterbury.
W. T. Hoyt has sold 40 white wood
trees to Everett Tyler. He is draw
ing to Bethel to ship.
L. 0. Kroff's new barber shop at
Fountain Place is growing In popu
larity. Mr Kroff spares no pains or
expenses In making everything about
his shop as sanitary in every way as
possible, and you are always sure
of your work being done right when
you go to his shop.
E. A. Paur of Main Street, who
has purchased a place on Liberty ave
nue. Danbury, which is only a short
distance from the trolley hams in
Danbury, is soon to move to his new
David B. Joyce and the estate of
Lina A. Joyce have sold to Mrs Isabel
Wildman the house and lot on Main
Street, recently occupied by the Joyce
Nearly all the stores In town were
closed all day Saturday, it being
Christmas day. F. B. French's dry
goods store was open until 11 oclock
In the morning.
Is the trade
is found on
of the genuine
the standard Cod Liver
Oil preparation of the
world. Nothing equals
it to build up the weak
and wasted bodies of
young and old.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS
Send 10c., name of piper and this ad. for
our beautiful Saving Bank and Child'!
Sketch-Book. Each bank contains a
Good Luck Fenny,
SCOTT at BOWNE, 409 Paari St, N. Y.
THE SMITH-MURRAY CO.
William J Hunt is suffering with
a serert attack of iritis In one eye.
Dr Allen of Woodbury is attending
him and it is feared that he will
have to go tc a specialist.
Demands A Pure Water Supply, Which
- Is Best Secured By Means of
"V These furnish pure watpr In ahnndince. unfallimr under most severe drought. Long
ears of experience have given nit- superior knowledge in the mechanical production of
these wens. Geolot-y and actu al test under all clruunv tances have proved their immense
value and the satisfaction to he Uurived fmrn their use, " '
fiocAliiis Pnn-inpc pumps, pi t and . similar supplies, I furnish & satisfactory
VJMmiIC GHglHCa, quajtv t,d at moderate price.
I shall.be pleaseu to call upon jou ani. civi- particulars or write ror aesireu lniorma-
E. N. Sipperley,
WESTP0RT, - CONN
A Practical New Year Gift
A course in either Shorthand or Bookkeeping.
A Holiday Discount of 10 per cent to those entering between
December 10th and January 4fji
Day and Kveninu Sessions.
Call or stMid for our catalogue and employment folder. ,
STILLMAN BUSINESS COLLEGE,,
297-302 MAIN STREET, DANBURY, CONN.
Mrs C. Correil and son of New
York spent Christmas with her
daughter, Mrs John Ollry.
Miss Florence Piatt of Torrington
spent Christmas with her father, F,
Mrs F. MacKenzIe spent Christmas
in Poughkeepsie, N. Y.', the guest "of
Miss Dell Carson spent Friday,,last
Mr and Mrs T. Bristol spent Chnst-
1110.9 UUl Ui IUWU. '
Mrs T. La Fontaine spent Christ
mas in South Norwalk, the guest of
Mrs John Ollry and daughter,
Christine, left Wednesday, for New
York, for a short stay.
J. Richard Rider of New York
spent Christmas at his home here,
GILBERT MEMORIAL CHURCH
Owing to the severe storm there
were no services in the Gilbert Me
morial cnurch, Sunday, and therefore
the program for both morning and
evening will be given Sunday, Janu
Anthem, "Arise, shine, for thy light
is come," Elvey
Carol, "Heralds of Christmas morn
ing, , Geibel
Duet, "Glory Sang the Angels,' (so
prano and tenor,) Macy
Response, "The Song in the Heart."
Soprano solo, "Calm on the Listen
ing Ear of Night," Harker
Carol, "Haste to Meet Him," Geibel
Anthem, "Christmas Song," Wilson
Lenox, ' Joy to the World."
Anthem, "Calm on the Listening
Ear of Night," Adams
Carol, "Bethlehem," Geibel
Choir and Sunday school.
Ladies' ,quartet, "Underneath the
Christmas Starlight," Wilson
Anthem, "To Hear the Angels
Prayer Response, "Come Thou Long
Expected Jesu3," Ladies' -trio
Duet, "The Lord is My Light,"
(alto and bass), Buck
Carol, Tne Holy Night,", Geibel
Anthem, "Thee We Adore," .Lorenz
Coronation, "All Hail the Power
of Jesus' Name."
Last Friday evening at 7.30 the
Sunday school of the Gilbert Memori
al church held its annual Christmas
festival, lue program consisted of
music and recitations by members of
the school, and a cantata, entitled
"Mrs Santa Claus and the Christmas
Why Don't You
Use the same care in selecting your druggist
that you do in selecting your physician? When you begin
"-. . a. . . ' 1
to do this, you will onng your prescriptions nere.
Main Street, Cor. Elm, Bridgeport, Co
Hardly a day passes that we do not ship one of our famous En
gines to some parts of the State. Mr C. W. Fairchild for the Mon
arch Machine Co., N. will be glad to demonstrate these erncs to
any one interested.
E. S. Fairchild & Son, State Agents,
Route 4, Bridgeport, Ct.
Overland and Marlon Automobiles.
Those on the sick list the past
week were: Martin Hoag, C. H. Hoag,
Charles Mh.spaugh, Mrs A. C. Mal
lory and Mrs Frederick Miles.
Owen Murray was In New York,
Saturday anu Sunday.
Frank Goodsell of North Keent,
spent the day, Friday, with his sis
ter. Mr3 C. H. Hoag, it being his 21st
Mrs Mallory received word fiom
her brother, Albert S. Lar-e, that they
reached Orange City, Fla., December
13. They sailed from New York on
December 10. After leaving Charles
ton, they met a severe storm and
most of thP passengers wore seasick.
Mrs F. R. Lane and two boys. Clif
ford and Thornton, spent Saturday In
Wassalc, N. Y. Clifford left home on'
Monday to report In Newport, Tues
day, when his furlough expires. Clif
ford's friends rare a part; in the
Town hall at Kent, Thusday even
ing, in honor of hla home comiii.
New Haven, Ct.
When We Cut Prices We
Cut to the Bottom.
After Christmas Clear-
AT COST AND
All the left-overs are rea3v at verv little orices. Some
are perfect as when they first came into the store; others a
trifle damaged that's hardly noticeable. But it would be
very unwise merchandising to carry them over to another
I holiday season and askyou to pay full price for them.
Among tnese nonaay inings are some or me Diggest Dargains
you evr saw.
Special Bargains In
Blankets and Comfortables.
C01T0N FLEECE BLANKETS. .
10- 4 Cotton Fleece Blankets, White and Gray, value 69c. Price 59c.
Larger, heavier Cotton Fleece Blankets. Price 75c a pair. .
11- 4 Cotton Fleece Blankets, retail value $1.25. Price 87 l-2c pair..
11-4 Cotton Fleece Blankets, retail value $1.25. Price 95c a pair.
12-4 Heavy Fleece Blankets, retail value $1.89. Price $1.48 a pair,
Gray and Tan 10-4. Prices $2.95, $3.95 and $5 a pair. Actual re
tail prices $3.50, $4.95 and $6.50.
11-4 Wool' Blankets Prices $3.50. $4.50, and $5 a pair. These would
retail ordinarily at $4.50, $6 and $7.
This means great Savin?.
Absolutely Every Item in our
CLOAK ROOM at 'tremen
Women's Suits, Misses' Suits,
Women's Coats, Misses' Coats,
Girls' Coats, All kinds of Petti
coats, Every Waist in stock, All
Dress skirts, Une riece Dresses,
Fur Goats, Fur Sets, Misses' Furs,
All Must Go.
All remaining stocks of Holiday Goods
are offered at prices ranging ftom 1-4 to
1-2 off the regular prices.
There are some choice things left from
the great rush but they will soon be pick
ed up at the prices we offer them at by
chose who wish to make a
New Year's Gift
tosomedear friend who was overlooked
THE ABOVE ARE EXCEPTIONAL VALUES. "
Another favorable purchase of WOOL BLANKETS 11-4
Pnces $3.95, $4.25, $4.50 a pair.
11-4 High Grade Wool Blankets, would be exceptional value at $6.50.
Sanitary Kinds Full size, filled with "Snowflake" cotton Priced
Less Than Usual, 89c, $1, $1.25, $1.75, $2.50, $2.95, $3.50, $5 each.
Down Hunts Covered with good quality Silk and Satin, full size
$5, $6.50 and $7.50.
V (Mam Floor, Rear.)
THE SMITH-MURRAY CO.
How to gee your Christmas presents
free. Ills very easy.' Simply buy
OZONE Starch and
From your grocer(at fire centsapaek
age). There Is a trade mark on each
pack ire. Save them and bring them
to oar premium store and exchange
them for beautiful and useful pres
ents. Yon caff almost furnish your home
with Ozone premium We hare hun
dreds of article, to select from.
Come and examine them. Get our
large illustrated catalogue containing
list of premiums.
This mark identifies the highest
type of men's and women's shoes
sold at $3.50. And though leather
and labor are now more costly, we
maintain the high standard which has
made Zenith Shoes famous and
which our label guarantees.
Zenith Shoes tor men and women
ire made of the finest quality mater
ials by expert shoe makers, and have
more hand-work in them than any
other $3.50 shoes. They come in
the latest styles, in all leathers, and
In sizes which insure "a fit for
Zenith Special Shoes are $4 a
.pecial high grade.
We control Zenith Shoes exclu-
lively and sell them in our new and
snlarged shoe section our base
Outfitters to Men. Women and Chlldrea
Iain Street and Fairfield Arena.
At The Top
The Statesman 100
Pure Paint is at the top
in quality because it is
an absolutely pure
paint. -A purity that
is amply proven by the
analysis on every label
and by the way it
proves itself in every
If you want the
paint that covers most,
wears longest and costs
least in the end, buy
For Sale at
Stone's Wall Paper and
JCHAS. J. STONE, Projx,
62 White St, Danbury.
New Year Goods
We also hava a full line o
New Year Cards and Booklets.
Thomas & Giddings,
TAYLOR & HUBBELL,
Dr Burllson's Veterinary
H. HBorllaoo. D. V. 5., p. D. S.,
Cor. Arctic & Knowlton JBtreeta,
ProfaMtonal Attendance at all Hear.
Dr and Night
The Boarding of Coffl petUlry.
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