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THE NEWTOWN HEE, FRIDAY, DECtyUEI !, .1009.
Just-Before Inventory Sale at LANDSMAN'S. Tho year about to mako its exit has been a wonderfully suc cessful one with us. Our store with its complete stock, with its several floors of the finest furniture, is our answer to thoso who enquire concerning us. This business litis grown, anJ grown, and grown, and is al ways in tune with tho times. Our Credit Plan. If you want Credit (a popular way of buying furniture) wo have an easy payment plan that will pleaso you. It is a fair plan with no hidden clauses; it is equitable to all and you know, ex actly what's what and just where you stand every day; there is no interest to pay, no penalties of any sort. It is as square as square can be, and you will like it. Don't hesitate to ask us for credit, If it wasn't for credit the world's business would come to a stop. Establish a lino ol credit with us and enjoy home comfort as you go along. H. S. Landsman & Son Furniture and Carpets, ENHU yJlLVH 3, 1 1 White Street, D ANBURY i . ESEEHHSBSHI HBBBBaHB'BEEH . 185 Main Street. LoYin's 185 Main Street. Danbury's Fashionable Shop for Ladtes' Outer Garments Grand Clearance Sale Everything Will Go ' Regardless of Cost. Cloth Coats, 1-3 off the Regular Price. Tailored Suits 40 per cent. Off Regular Price. Silk and Net Waists, 1-2 Off the Regular Price. The entire stock of newest Skirts One-third Off. WATER A Well Drilled is the only security against impure water. We deepen old dug wells that have'run dry. Wind Mills, Tanks, Pumps and Pneumatic Air Systems installed. An Artesian Well will increase val ue of property. Write or 'phone us and we will look property over free of cbarge. Bridgeport Artesian Well Co., Krk! eport. Conn. " ,0.fite and Residence: 1475 Park Ave. ; 'Telephone :!316-5. Dnugs, Medicines, Fancy Groceries. NEW YEAR POST CARDS. H. H. C ANFIELD, north woodbury, conn The Ncwcown Bee. Newtown, Friday Dec SI, 1909. Greenfield Bill. painfuUmishap. invtn S Klwood. who is em ployed v ith t'e Kennel Food Supply Co., was painfully injured while at wnrir in mp Tif.rrrv. iasL i uuiEuu.y. . Tne young man was attending the ant-wanc roller ana in some manner got his arm caught in the machinery. S. C. Bradley, wlcwas near, saw Mr Elwood's plight and sprang to the Tpsf-iifi an d nrobablv saved his life. As it was the young man's arm was fvicrlitfiill lnrprnrert and a larse number of stitchts were required. Dr Hetzel, wno was called, too iwr &i wood to his home at Mrs William C. Is rtnilv Attending fiim. Tho iniurpH man suffered omewha fi-nm the shriik as well as from the cuts and bruises and will b some time before he will be able to worn again. , , EjUWaru r . uiuiuuuto fortune to lose a valuable cow, last week. irimpr Rfshrow. who has been in vow Ym for several months, has arrived in town and is now visiting his sister. Mrs Artnur j. huh. Willard Bulkley recently spent a day with Mr Gillette of Easton and enjoyed an exciting rabbit hunt. Willis Banks and Harold Burritt if Weston attended the Christmas ex ercises at the Congregational church iere, Tnursuay evening. Mr and Mrs George Gorham pf woctnnrt wpro rnrtatmns dar guests at George h. Merlin's and Jar and Mrs R. F. Dunham ol Bridgeport ate .Christmas dinner at the home of Miss At the recent Grange election .0. H. Banks was chosen master, Fred gaaks overseer, MiS3 Olive Pease, lec Virer; A. H. Pease, steward; Alfred Whitaker, assistant steward; Mr Wheeler, chaplain; Mr Morehouse, treasurer; D. Frank Brown, secre tary; Mr Wakeman, gate keeper; Mrs B. F. Pease, Pomona; Miss Anna Banks. Ceres; Miss Edna Morehouse, lady assistant steward; Miss Wake man, pianist; Andrew Wakeman, ex ecutive committee for three years. ThP pupils of Banks school, under the direction of Miss Saunders, the teacher, gave a very interesting Christmas entertainment at the schoolhouse, Thursday afternoon. Quite a large company of parents and friends of the school were present and enjoyed a very pleasant after noon. A fine program consisting of recitations and songs was rendered in a manner which called forth words of commendation from all tne visit ors. As usual, Santa Claus was pres ent and each pupil found that he or she had been remembered with a pretty gift. The program, which had been carefully arranged, was as fol lows: Carol, Children, Carol, school; Child's address, Louis Lengel; dia logue, Clarence Taylor and Chester Taylor; Song of the Bells around, Emma Deitz, Frances Logan, Eliza beth Raymond, Bessie Burr, Cather ine Logan, Mamie Logan; As of old Alfred Deitz, a Christinas play, Mar garet Langyel; Christmas Bells, school; Chrihtmas Thoughts, dia logue, William Deitz, Kenneth Banks, William Logan, M. Metcalf, William Raymond, William Jennings; Old Uncle Santa Claus, Catherine Fagan; Half, I hear, song, school; When I'm a man, Clarence Taylor; Marjorie's Letter, Margaret Lengyel; Once - in Royal David's City, song, Mamie Fa gan, Elizabeth Raymond; Lady's Yearley's guest, Mabel Sherwood; Old Santa Claus, Elsie Nichols; Snow so fair, song, Sarah Jennings, Frances Fagan, Mabel Sherwood, Sadie Ray mond; Christmas song, Elsie Deity; A Plan for Christmas, Jessie Metcalf; Christmas is Coming, song, school; Kris Kringle, Louis Lengyel; Merry Christmas t you, Sadie Raymond; Japanese Lullaby, Elsie Nichols, Catherine Fagan; Old Santa Claus, A Happy New Year To You ' And Visit Our Store for VVe are Going To Have A Consignment Sale Which will take in all branches, and .the iisual Low Prices will prevail. Try us for we know you will like us. Clothing and Shbes. , , . Get Busy! Buy Tbis Farm and Keep Busy. It Is A Money Maker! Firm of 140 acres, located (n a lino motion, and one f thou that I know about. Near river, whli'li intakes it excellent milk farm: you know it iHKot wuiar io niiiKt mu. vv tillable, E0 acres pasture and wood, 100 Japan plums In bearing;, 100 currant In bearing, 60 apple trea In bearing, J 1 room houHA, ham 40x50, cow barn Sox 72, barn 85x50. new corn house 20x20, hen houae, 2 pig pen, 100 ton alio. 1 7 h. p. gasoline engine and . . . truck, 1175.00 1 ensiiuge cuttor, 43 ft elevator, 125.00 1 buss saw, 25.00 1 wood Hied, 15.00 2 road scrapers, 15.00 1 mowing machine, 25.00 1 horse rake, 10.00 1 Internal manure epiender, 125.00 1 Kvans potato planter, 05.00 1 four row potato (prayer, 65.00 1 aprlng disc harrow, 40.00 1 ste-l tooth harrow, 10.00 1 fertiliser ower. S5.00 1 8 foot ateel road roller, 25.00 1 P Laval separator, ' 75.00 4 plowa, 25.00 2 cultivator, 10.00 1 Blrdsall lumber wagon, ' 85.00 1 Democrat, 25.00 2 buggies, 1 buckboard, 20.00 1 one horae cart, 6.00 Large lot of tools. 25.00 2 sets of double harness, 2 sets single harness, 20.00 12 fine cows, 600.00 7 two year old heifers, 100.00 1 Holnteln bull, 60.00 4 work horses, ' 250.00 8 Cheater White broad sows, 60.00 1 Chester While Boar, IS. 00 2 fat hogs, 80.00 2 shoats. 8.00 2,000 cords of wood, 600 tics. v 22.021.00 All for 27000. - C, F. Beardsley, Newtown. mm J FOOT G10TO&31. w . Bridgeport, Conn. - William Raymond; Cradle song, Elsie Nichols; Tell me what you have for me, school; Watching for Santa Claus, Emma Deitz, Mamie Fagan, Tessie Metcalf. Prances Fagan. Sarah Jennings, George Jennings, Bessie Burr, Theodore Nichols; If you're good, school; Round the Merry Christmas Tree, school; When tne snow is on the ground, school; All on a snowv morning, beys; Santa's ake, Dorothy Banks; Sly Santa Claus, Elizabeth Raymond; Santa is Coming, school. A social hour was enjoyed by all. Easton. BAPTIST CHURCH NOTES. In consequent of the storrr. the Christmas concert pf the Baptist rhurrh Sunnav school has been DOSt- poned'till Suiaday evening, January u, at Y.iJU. Ail .are mvueu. uuuic early and get a good seat. The pro gram is one of exceptional interest. The election pf officers for the Sun day school will take place, Next Sun day. A full attendance is desired. MRS JENETTE BANKS. Mrs Jeanette Bank, widow of the into Wp.nrv R. Banks, who had been critically ill for several weeks, pass ed away at the home of her daughter, Mrs Elward A. Hawkins, on Satur. dav, Decembei 25, aged 83 years, one month and 24 days. The funeral was held from her daughter's home on Monday crternoon, uecemoer zi, ai 2 o'clock. Rev W. H. Jepson of Red ding officiating. The burial was 'n the cemelfy near the Baptist etiurcn. There was a number or nanasome finrni trihutfis. Mrs Banks leaves to mourn her loss her daughter, Mrs Ed ward A. Hawkins, wltn wnom sne lived find ore so". Charles S. Banks. She will also be missed, by a large cin 1p of friends. Erooiflield. v MISS LEE-vat PARSONS. Thorp was a nret.tv church wedding on Christmas day at the Congrega tional church, promptly at 3 o'clock, when Miss Emma Lee and Robert A. Parsons were united in marriage, Rev Henry S. Martin performing the cere mony. The conventional wedding march was played as the happy cou ple, who were unattended, entered and left the church, Miss Minnie Somers officiating at the organ. The bride was gowned in a handsome dress of white satin and carried .a slower bouquet of white carnations. The ushers were Lyman P. Frisbie, Earnest G. Lee, Harris C. Hamlin and Edward Anderson. Mr and Mrs Parsons have the best wishes of their host of friends in this place as they begin life In their new home. James Lee opened the ice season last week by filling his ice house in New Fairfield with ice 11 inches thich. Mr and Mrs Gerald Curtis passed Christmas day ind Sunday In Derby. The Curtis school closed for the holiday vacation on Tuesday of last Miss Miriam Taylor and Miss Jessie Henderson of New York are the guests of Mrs A. H. Tayjor during the holiday vacation. The Christmas festivals of the Sun day schools passed off much as usual with not much variation from last years program. The weather 'was ideal and the attendance large. The severe storm of Sunday meant that hut vprv few ventured out. only those living near by showing suf ficient zeal to brave the witfd and snow. Mrs Robert Smith and daughter of Shel ton were guests of Mrs S. B. Ter rell on Christmas. - " The snow drifts and unbroken1 roads caused serious delay with some of our mail carriers on Monday. K Woodbury. " HOTCHKISSVILLE. Mr and Mrs'Henry Lee entertained their daughters, the Misses Frances and Grace, of Winded, on Christmas. The young ladies have given up their employment in Winsted and are to assist in housework at the Wykeham school in Wasnington. Albert E. France and family and Wooster J. Carpenter and family spent Christmas with relatives in Bridgeport. Thomas Lockwood and family moved, last Monday, into the Fre derick Thomas house. Mrs MpLarlan entertained her daughter and husband from Danbury and son, Bertfrom Bethel on Christ mas and her daughter, Mrs Harry P. Slocum of Kenosaa, Wis., is -now with her. Mrs Frank Robinson and children of Milton have been visiting her par ents, Mr and Mrs H. Ward. - Miss Alice Fox of New Haven spent Christmas with her parents, Mr and Mrs John Fox. Miss Ada Fox spent Christmas in New Haven. Miss Edith Travers has been spending a few days in Waterville. The superintendent of the cutlery factory treated all the women and girl employees to boxes of fine candy as Christmas gifts. Clarence Linton spent Christmas with his mother in New Haven. The cutlery factory .has shut down for the week and opens next Monday, commencing to run eight hours a day with the exception of Saturday when itc loses at noon. A large audience packed the hall, last Wednesday evenuing, to listen to the Christmasexercis.es. A num ber of people were present from North Woodbury, including the for mer superintendent, Frank R. Ford and family and the former assistant superintendent, Arthur E. Knox, and daughter, Miss Ruth, which so de lighted the children that they clap ed their hands in great joy. The hall was artistically decorated with' WORK THAT TEIXS. pfenty of It Has Been Done Right Here in Newtown. Cures that last are cures that tell. To thoroughly know the virtues of a medicine you must investigate the cures and see if they prove perma nent. Doan's Kidney Pills stand this test and plenty of proof exists right here in Newtown. Peqple who testi fied years ago to relief from back aches, kidney and urinary disorders, now declare that relief was perma nent and tne cure perfect. How can any Newtown sufferer longer doubt the evidenoe? Oscar Pitzschler, West St., New town, Conn., says: "About four years ago I suffered from kidney complaint in a severe form. The kidney secre tions were scanty and otherwise un natural and I had an almost con stant pain in my back. A neighbor told me to try Doan's KiuHey Pills and I did so. I felt better from the first and continued taking the remedy until I was cured. I iave never been troubled since then and have told several other parties about Doan's Kidney Pills." For sale by all dealers. Price 60 cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. Children Cry , FOR FLETCHER'S CASTOR I A For Sale or Exchange., - Here is a bargain for somebody! Storeproperty in Stam ford, Conn. Lot 56x150. Four families, store and bakery. Rents $9G0 a year. Price $9500. Will exchange equity ($4500) for free and clear farm in first class condi tion. Address Louis Busker, Newtown, Conn. Brokers protected. WHY NOT Give all your orders for Nursery Stock to C. F. Benedict of Bethel because he will xe you rltrlit and guarantees all stock to live, Stock from Stephen Hoyt's Sons Nurseries, New uanaan, uonn TX)R SALE CHEAP A side sprinsr butfiry ana a square box sleigh, both in 'good con' dltion. A. J. Hull. Ssepney, Conn. F iOB SALE RYE STEAW-E. 8. Lovell, Kewtown. Conn. A T OST A bird Son. setter, nearly whlte.black around each eye and on one ear. Leba non. Conn., on collar. Answers to name of Joe. Reward for return to W. H. Wilson, Route 10, falrneld. Conn. Tel. 37-4. FOR SALE Hard wood sawed for stove length, $5 per cord. Strictly cash. S. Un ferdorben, Lee Place. P.O.: R.D.56, Sandy Hook, Conn. POR SALE-Gentleman's driving horse. Wil L Work ajywhere. Good roadeR No use for hef. will sell cheap. Fair offer takes her. Address Box 314, New Milford. Conn. POR SAIE 4 cows, two due now, 1 the 10th ot next month and the rest in the Spring. Adolph Davin, St ony Hill, Danbury, Conn. FOB SALE-4At a very reasonable price some very fine cellie puppies. Write or come and see them. L. Kennedy, Step ney, Conn. , FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE Two light wagon poles, stalk cutters, one Ross and one Dick.- one man bone cutter, all in "mA remittal. Call or address M. S. Haines, Bethel, Conun. E. D. 24 1-2. FOR SALE White Plymouth Bocks, yearling's, 6 hens and fi roosters. They are extr'a good strain. Dozen Eose Comb Rftoue island Heel CocKereis, xuwies strain. HSDimond, Bethel, Conn. FOR SALE CHEAP Two fox hounds, 15 months old, good stock, ready to run. J. C. Lewis, Stepney, Conn. R. D. 15. WANTED--Ta buy all kinds of raw furs and will pay the highest prices. Drop mo a line and I will call? J. C. Lewis, btepney, Conn. R. F. D. 15. FOR SALE A Collie shepherd dog. P. A. Johnson, New Milford, Conn. AUCTION. I will sell at public auction, if not previously disposed , of, at my place at Roxbury Station on Tuesday, January 4, 1910, the following articles: Pair work horses, Milburn wagon, set double VinrnAHfl. l.nv rie'eMne'. Rpt sine-lA hfl.rnpss. nlight) two horse sled, sleigh and set bells, two-norse wooa mowing macnine, horse rake, two-horse plough, spring tooth harrow, cultivator, hiller, cutting box, corn slieller, chickens, grlndirig stone, extension ladder, step ladder, some ropes and chains, two cross cut saws, two buck saws, crow bars and hammers, hay Xorks and rakes, force pump, household furniture, two bed room suits, 'two single beds, two cot beds, three carpets and some rugs, feather bed and bedding, two lounges, five rocking chairs, dj,ning room and kitchen chairs, three tables, extension table, three stands, old fashioned hall rack, parlor stove, cook stove, some picture frames, lamps, clocks and dishes, four dozen mason fruit jars, two sewing machines. Mrs Hannah Walsh, Roxbury Station, Conn. SLEIGHS! A car load of sleighs, cutters, light bobs and heavy bobs, four pairs second hand bobs, also one two-year old stal lion. Beeman & Strong, New Milford, Conn. FOR SALE Three male and three fe male shepherd puppies, reasonable. Or will exchange fo ranything of value on the farm. L. Busker, Newtown, Conn. POR SALE Three pair of bob sleighs with bodies, one wiui three seats and one with two seats. All in perfect order and fine condition. Edward Taylor, Sandy Hook, Conn. FOR BALE A fox hound 2 1-2 years old trained on fox, sound, kind, extra good voice and a stayer. C. E. Turrill, New Milford, Conn. 4 FOR SALE 200 bushels of corn on the ear. S. C. Lathrop, Box 475, New Mil ford, Conn. Monroe. CHURCHNOTES. A necktie and apron social with supper was given on Tuesday, the 31st, at the parlors of the Congrega tional church by the parish aid. Con sidering the rather small attendance the 1 27 realized was a very good amount. Owing to the storm there were no services held in either church. The Sunday school of St Peter's church had their Christmas tree on LPHday afternoon In the Town hall. (jarois were sung, a snon aaaress oy the rector and recitations by the 'lit tle ones.'. The gifts were distributed and th hildren kad a merrf time. C. F. Beardsley, GENERAL ' AUCTIONEER, NEWTOWN, CONN. Xulopliont iii'3, Also Real Estate For Sale. I farm house nd barn." AO wreg, tl-.'OO. poultry farm, 8 room Iuium, burn, car ponuir and blui'luuiltti !iou and ptlut wv flNKl, 5 h'arnui In Bxymour, Conn., good ti any In tlieHtaUii niUKt lxMilili 4mlli' from Htatlon. lo-room liuuwj, IMjiuiu and nhtHli wauir In hmiM'. fio acri' nit-ailow, Jiuit. jiatiiure and wood land, fiuKiO. I (arm, room boniut, barn, fruit, M acre wood and pnxtm laud; a dandy to mtus moiioyt XH). . . , 4 1 (rm ik ai-mv, HMO) a good on to rain children and chli-kHint. I farm, fti term t'MK utock and tool. 1 farm, tW ai-ruit. fc.VW. I farm.SO acre, t'M. I farm. l aoron. ft.'iiiio. I farm, 4 awn. HM. , I farm, 40 aurtnt, mock and tools, 200, 1 farm, W anw.Ajuu0. 1 farm, SMI-i! tun. ttiOO. I farm, WO acrrot, iUW. , I farm, lit) acrun, meadow and pasture on hilltop. fc?00. 1 farm, IU0 acres, flue bulldlnm. 1-2-mtle trout broojt, U'Mi &rHK can be left on mort gt.no, v 1 farm, 1R0 avreii, tlO.000. I farm, 67 acre, 4:.'(H). 1 farm, 100 m 7uo0. 1 farm, 65 acres, ftouoi HOOOcan remain o mortiraire. 1 farm, 150 acres, 15500. 1 farm. 178 acres, lio.OOO. 1 farm 240 acres, 000. 70 acres fine meadow feldspar mine: one mile trout brook; good bunting; i-t mile from school. I farm 165 acres, 14-room house. 4 barns, I acres orchard .of peach, plum, cherry: will carry So head cows; Borden's collect milk at the door. &500. I ti ne residence, 3 acres, 3500. 1 line residence, 20 acres meadow, tfOOO. 1 fine residence, 1 acre meadow, fctWO. I large boarding house, 14 rooms; on border of fine lake: 20 acres lund. f ihoo. 1 9-room bouse, 1-2 acre land, II06O. 1 building lot overlooking Taunton 'lake, acres, fc'ioo. , , , 1 building site, 75 acres, on the most sightly ace In Newtown $15,000. 1 bouse. 1-4 acre land, $450. 6 farms In Milford, Conn, 6farnisl n Brldgewater. 1 farm 260 acres in Redding, 10,000. 5 houses on Newtown Street. Seven room house, barn, spring water In bouse, large stream water In rear, 75 acres' land, one mile from station, creamery, church, 10 minutes from school.. 12900. 1000 can remain on mortgage. Heven room house, barn, 28 'acres fine land. an Kinusoi iruic, one nine irom croney, church. 10 minutes walk from school, .$3000. $1000 can remain on mortgage. Nice 11-room house, barn, 25 acres" land, '500 cords of wood. timber, fruit;, il500;.$o00 can remain on mortgage. 150 acre farm In Bedding, near Mark Twain, fine house and building, 12,000. 100 acre farm, house, no barn, $2000. 1 farm, 60 acres, 11 room house, water In house and barn, all kinds fruit, two miles from Bethel trolley, $5500. Beautiful building site, 70 acres more or less, large barn, could not be built for S3000. Price J7500. 1 farm, 115 acres, house, barn, on hill, extended view, overlooking Housatonlo river, 500 cords of wood, carry 10 head of cattle, $3000. House, barn, 1G acres, $1800. House, 6 rooms, 10 acres land, $1600; $500 can remain on mortgage. Farm, 84 acres, house, barn, $1800. Six room house, barn, 3 acres land, $2000. 1 fine farm, 95 acres, good house and barn 1 1-2 mile from church and school and village of Sandy Hook; $3500. 1 House an(UBarn, 14 acres land on mnal road, 3-4 mile from school and church. Price $1200. . 1 House and Barn. 8 acres land, 1 1-4 mile from church and school on main road, a bar gain $1200. Still Another-Who Has Got the ' Sand. Fine house, veranda, farm 49 acres, 3 cows, poultry, farming tools, 5 miles to good market; $2200. House, barn, 35 acres fine land; $3500 Farm, house and barn, 108 acres of .land, 1500; two miles from railroad station. House, barn, 45 acres land, never falling stream of water near house. 3 cows, 40 fowls, t arming tools, all forS2200. Here Is the Best One Yet. House, large barn, 30 acres land, 1 mile from village, church, school and railroad station; well watered; iineuulnce and apple orchard, x 4 extra nice young cows, $200 1 horse 150 40 fowls, 30 3 wagons 100 3 set single harness, 35 1 set double harness 30 8 tons hay 160 2 acres corn stalks 30 150 bushels ears corn 50 All farming tools on place, 25 All for $2600 CASH. Several others not advertised. Water, Water, Water. From the best neverjf ailing mineral spring In Connecticut and located near city and ready sale for all you can f ui nish. Building, pumps and everything ready to start busi ness. A fortune for a live man, no dead one need apoly. In connection is 12-room house, 4 fire places, large barn, sheds, htn houses, 73 acres land. All for $4500, $2000 can remain on mortgage 1 residence, 1 barn. 1 acre land, chicken house and other buildings on Main street, Weodbury, Conn. Good Hen Farm. House, 5 acres land, 1-2 mile from village church and school, a bargain, 800.00, Nice 7 room house, barn, on hilltop, 2 miles frc-m trolley, 2S acres land. W DU. OatS Z3.W 5 tons hay 75 00 3 acres corn stalks 45 00 2 4-year old cows 75.00 1 pair horses. ' , 200.00 20 ducks, ' 15.00 One sow and 10 pigs, 40.00 Six shoats, 50.00 1 young sow, 12.00 horse mowing machine, 40.00 ' 1 horse cart, 5.00 1 wagon, 15.00 1 cart, 15.00 1 2-horse team wagon, 30.00 1 set double team harness, 20.00 2 sets single harness, 12.00 3 harrows, 15.00 2 cultivators, 5.00 1 side hill plow, 6.00 All other tools, 15.00 $791.00 All for $3,600. Ideal summer home: Nice house, barn, large pond and water power; 60 acres land, 11 acres same wood; 150 apple trees, other fruit; 2 miles from station; to a quick buyer for cash, $2800. This Is a Worker. Don'tlct It miss you. Farm of 35 acres, fine ' location, nice 11 room house, 2 fire places barn, 2 hen houses, corn crib with 75 bushels of corn on the ear, 3 fine cows, 1 horse, 75 fowls. 2 pigs, will be hogs, 12 tons bay In barn, large field of corn and uotatos. 10 cords wood In stove lengths, 1 carriage, 2 wagons, 2 sleighs, farming utensils, all for $3500. CHARLES F BEARDSLEY. Newtown. Conn. Mill 'property, 7-room house with running water, 5 acros land, mill 50x25, 2 floors and basement, bins and elevator for handling frain; 27 in. turbine wheel under 12 feet head, ullivan cracker, 30-inch burr stone mill; barn 24x36: 16-foot posts; blacksmith and PaintShop; 1 mile from village and station; 5 minutes from school; a live man can havo all he can do and pay for it in two years; price $2500; $1200 can remain on mortgage. Fine 14 room house, steam heat, gas ranges and all other modern improve ments, barn, 3 acres land, more or less, all kinds of fruit, located in thriving town, three minutes from trolley and railroad station, $5,500. Farm, house, 12 rooms, barn, other buildings, 100 acres land, 50 fowls, t cows, 2 pigs, 1 horses, steam engine and saw, all farming tools and a milk routs that clears S10 Der week for three hours' work each day. All for $4,200. $150 can remain on mortgage. Will ex change for good city property. Ckarle jr. nmtiaaitj, tfawtown, cona.