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Is tlie very first item oq tlie list of ar
ticles which had that imposition called
war tax taken off it, but the 10c per
pound on tea still remains. Well, that's
pretty work for the politicians; you
can readily see what kind of men have
.been sent to Washing-ton. Just reflect
on this matter. Keeping a duty of 10
cents per pound on tea, an article
which is a
necessity (providing you i
wish to enjoy good health and a loug
and happy life) and taning uie ia.v uu
a drink (beer), which is a costly luxury
and in many instances raises ructions
and causes many a sore "heart and black
pvc and sometimes is the direct cause
f snPTiflin-r n thirtv or sixty days
cation in jail or town houso. bay, me
politicians who made the above blun
der virtually passed a law the other
day whereby tlie soldiers are deprived
of "their beer, yet the same fellows took
the tax off the '-stuff." For pity, sake
are they insane? Well, we sent the
lawmakers over to Washington and we
must abide by their decision. Reinem
ber, it doesn't matter whether they
leave the tax on Tea or nor. we will
look after our patrons' welfare and
see they get the good quality every
time. WeVuai-antct- our Tea and Cof
fee to be the top nouh quality, and.
we sell at the bottom notch price. If
vou doubt us just give up a trial, then
judge for yourself whether we tell the
truth or not at
PHELAN'S
STORE
41 ErcadMy, Tel Call 163-2
Useful Holi
day Gifts.
It's not too early to remind
you of the many useful and ac
ceptable gifts that you'll find in
this stock the largest and most
complete of its kind in the city.
You'll find something here that
will please most any member of
the family at our same all the
year around low prices. Space
permits on a few suggestions
and prices.
Sleds, 35c to $4.r0
Skates, 50c to S3.50.
Carving Sets. $1 to $11.
Pocket Knives. 15c to ?4.
Scissors. "Joe to $1.50.
Razors, 75c to $2.
Iron Toys, 25c to So.
Revolvers. !?1.5rt to S4.
Safety Kazors, SI. 50 to $0.
Razor Strops. 25c to .1.75.
AVatches, .-l to $2.75.
Guns. $S 1o
Rifles. $3 to 17.50.
Hunting Coats, 75c to S4.50.
Air Gnus. 75c 1o $2.
Mechanical Toys. 50c to S4.50.
Boys' Tool Chests, 75c to $4.50.
Carpenters' Tools.
Stop early and receive the
benefit of full stock.
a t
90-93 Bank Street.
"The Shop" f
Lace Curtains
Ruffled Curtains from 50c pair
Nottingham Curtains
from 7c pair
Irish Point Curtains,
from $.0 pair
Brussels Net Curtains,
from $4. 0 pair
An unusually good assort
ment at unusually good prices.
Your inspection invited.
Lapalme-Hoffmau Co
158-1G0 GRAND STREET.
SPECIAL
' No housekeeper should do more
!work than is necessary for them to do,
and in order to do it they should keep
their systems in order 'and keep them
selves strong by taking Beef. Iron and
Wine, which is good for men, women
and children. AVe sell one-half pint
bottle at 23c, or 4 bottles for 90c; 1
pint bottles 45c. or 3 for $1.30. For
a desert, easily prepared and delicious
in taste, Burnham's Hasty Jellycon
has no equal. It is easier to make
and tastes better than any desert in
the market We sell it for 13c, or 2
for 25c. Try our 10c cans of Burn
barn's Clam Chowder; it is just the
thing for small families. Fine Mince
Meat in pails at 10c er pound.
Penn Merchandise Co
I 118 EAST MAIN ST.
THE
OPTICIAN,
140 BANK.
' Wines and Liquors
r FOE HOLIDAY TRADE.
Good Rye Whiskey, $2.00 gal, 50c qt
Good Rye Malt Gin, $2.00 gaL 50c qt
Good Old Rum, -" - $2.00 gal, 50c qt
Old Cider Brandy, $2.25 gal, G5c qt
Old -Crow Whiskey, $3.00 gal, 75c qt
Cumberland Whiskey,$3.00 gal, 75c qt
All kinds of California , Wines, 75c
to $1.00 gallon, 25c per quart.
All kinds of Imported Wines and
Liquors in stock, All our trade gets
Bottle Wine or Whiskey free. : La
fjlea' room for ladies' only.
' FRANK BROTHERS & CO,
faw England Liquor Warehouse,
or South jtain and Union Sta,
FT!
BO LAN,
WEST
TO )ITR PATRONS.
The Evening Democrat is now locat
ed in its- new building, 71-73 Grand
street, first door from Bank street.
CITY NEWS.
The eyelet department of tlie Man
han factory will begin running over-
time until 9 o'clock to-nlgut.
The class in sharthand at the C. W.
A. will meet to-night at 8 o'clock and
the penmanship class will meet Thurs
day night.'
Last evening the firemen stationed
lit luc uut lvju - nui tl uvunu luh-i
' T- T - , , j. 1 ..I. T
Hollywood secretary
and treasurer of
the newspaper club.
Mayor Kilduff left yesterday after
noon for Charleston, S. C, where he
will represent Waterbury at the con
vention if the League of American
Municipalities which will be held there
on December 13, 11 and 15.
The funeral of the late Michael Face
will take piace from his late residence
on South Alain street to-morrow morn
ing at ! o'clock with service at. the
church of Our Lady of Loimlcs and
interment in Calvary cemetery.
During the Christmas holidays
members of the alumni of St Mary's
school will give a short drama in the
Music hall of the school. The play
which has been selected is "Fabiola,"
dramatized from Cardinal Wiseman's
book of tlie same name.
Miss II. Margaret Beard, principal
6f the Montgomery, Ala. Industrial
school, delivered an address before the
Mission circle of the Second Baptist
church yesterday afternoon. Her dis
course pertained pricipally to tiie
work among the negroes.
The members of the Burton street
engine house will petition the board
of public safety to allow them to put
in a punching bag. If they succeed,
the f;rcmo:i of the other houses through
out the city will petition likewise, for
they have practically no exercise what
ever. Abraham Lincoln camp. S. of A.,
he J a meeting last night and elected
the following officers: Captain. J. S.
Gallagher: lirst lieutenant. J. S. Lnych:
second lieutenant. S. L. Turner: mem
bers of the camp council. Edward
Croft. Na;hnn Czanianski. C. L. Loom
is. -Tr: representatives to division en
campment. S. L. Turner. F. D. Goodall:
alternate. C. Lynch.
A letter from Private Joseph Mona-
: giian to his sister. Mrs .lames Grant
i of Pino Meadow, dated at tlie im-
perial palace. Pekin. China, gives a
i brief description of the palace and says
the empress dowager's bedroom is
i tilled with line clocks, some of them of
: Waterbury make, lie is a member of
the Ninth 1'niteil States regiment and
is on guard at the palace.
Hendricken council. K. of ('.. held a
meeting last night and elected these
officers: Grand knight. T. F. Conway;
j deputy gran.l knight. C. E. AIcDoaald:
I recording secretary. A. L. Hess; iinau
: oial secretary, .lames M. Lynch; treas
urer. Dr J. L. Egan; chaplain. Rev .1.
I II. O'Honnell; warden, Harry Hanuoii;
! chancellor. AV. H. Monegan: lecturer.
I George C. Kilduff; inside guard. Frank
, T. Reed; outside guard. .1. J. Phelan:
trustees, John J. Riley, D. G. Sullivan
and James Madigan.
Another one of those delightful re
ceptions for which Professor Bailey's
pupils are noted, was held last even
ing at his academy hall. It being the
closing lesson of the Monday night;
class the gentlemen took it on them
selves to make it a merry one. and
invited a large number of friends to
take part, in it. After the last num
ber and been repeated for the happy
dancers, all departed thanking the
members and wishing them future
success. Refreshments were served.
Joseph X. Begual of Xorth Leonard
street has been appointed foreman of
the sewer department and entered
upon his duties this afternoon. Mr
Begnal is a son of the late Alderman,
Michael Begnal of Riverside street,
and one of the best known men in the
Brooklyn district. There were several
other good men after the job, but of
course but one could get it and Mr
Begnal happened to be the Choice and
it soeins to be believed that the ap
pointment will meet with general ap
proval. The following are the officers of the
Xaugatuck A'alley Poultry association:
President. E. J. 'Chat field; vice-president,
Richard Freusser; secretary, J.
D. McUowati; treasurer, Henry Baum
gartner; recarding secretary, AV. C.
Bon; superintendent. D. B. Wilson. The
association will hold an exhibit in City
hall from January S to January lit.
The affair will be managed by Super
intendent AVilson. A. F. Fierce of
AVinchester. X. II.: H. S. Ball, of
Shrewsbury, Mass.; F. E. Field, Soru-
ers, Conn, will act as judges.
A well attended meeting of the
alumni of the AVaterbury High school
was held last night in the High school
building, President Carmody presid
ing. Enthusiasm and zeal marked the
doing of those present, all of whom
were eager to assist in every way pos
sible in making the annual concert
and ball on Xew Year3 night in the
City hall an elaborate affair. It was
deemed advisable to appoint a com
mittee of fifteen to work in connection
with the executive committee in ar
ranging the details for the affair. The
committee consists of the following:
The Misses Jennie Culhane, Sara Mc
Donald, Helen Kaiser, Myrtie North
rop, Clara Livingston, Edith Sander
son, Elizabeth AVagner, Myra Nelson,
Lillian Klrschbaum and Loretta
Hayes and Edward B. McElIigott,
John B. Grady, Michael J. Noouan,
Frank K. Spellman and . James A
McDonald. To-night there will be an
other meeting at which every graduate
of the school is requested to be pres
ent. At this meeting various sub-committees
will be appointed and other
business will be transacted for the
furtherance of the arrangements for
the promenade. The meeting will be
held in the High school building at
8:30.
SICK SOLDIERS RETURNING,'
One Commits Suicide. Fearing He "Will
' Not Recover.
San Francisco. Dec 11. The United
States transport Hancock has arrived
from Manila, via Nagasaki. She left
Manila with 3G9 enlisted sick and dis
charged soldiers and civilians. On
the voyage from Nagasaki ten of the
sick soldiers died. Private A. K.
Clausen, Forty-second Infantry," de
spairing of recovery, cut an artery In
his wrist and died two days later.
All the bodies the Hancock had tak-J
en from Honolulu and Guam were
transferred at Manila to the Thomas
and Grant and others of the transport
fleet. The Grant, now on her way
here, has about 250 bodies on board.
WANT COMMITTEE APPOINTED.
So That William D. Ashley Wilf Tot
Squander 75,000. .
Xew York, Dec 11. A hearing is in
progress before a sheriff's jury in the
Kings county court, Brooklyn, on an
application for the appointment of a
committee of the person of William D.
Ashley of Fishkill, X. Y. Ashley for
merly lived in Springfield, Mass. He
went away to Nebraska, his family
following him. About three years ago
he inherited some property and divid
ed $75,000 between his. wife, son and
daughter, on condition, it is said, that
they were to give him a sum monthly
for his support.
The application for the appointment
of a. committee of the person was
made by his daughter. Miss Elsie M.
Ashley. She testilied that the family
was willing to turn over the .$75,000 to
the care of a committee. Miss Ashley
deposed that her father had been drink
ing for years and that his family had
been obliged to follow him over many
! parts of tlie country.
lie disappeared in ISO" and was
: found some months later in Jersey City
i and declared that he had been robbed.
In l.S'.LS Ashley, tile daughter said,
i had spent six weeks in a home in
: Brooklyn, and while an inmate if an
j institution in Foxboroligh. Mass. he
' l.iA away, and with s4.im.io in ids
; possession started for Fishkill. He
i displayed the roll of bills on the train
i and the conductor took it from Jiim
j for safe keeping. The money was re
i turned to him later. The hearing will
e resumed.
BITTER AGAINST BOERS.
Christiana. Dec 11. Henrik Ibserl,
the dramatist, in the Orebladet, re
iterates tlie statements he previously
made against the Boors, claiming that
they formerly oppressed weaker peo
ples. He says he thinks the Boer
sympathy manifested In "so many coun
tries is unwarranted, and rather ridi
culous. u.
Ten patterns of Axminster (perfect
goods) iu one and two room lots, to
close, per yard.
75c
C II R 1ST M A S THINGS.
JARDIXIERS The beautiful Lolt
welsa Ware the most, artistic pot
tery made in liiis country. Prices
range from to .$4.75 for the
extra large sizes. Other kinds from
U5c it ward.
JARDINIERE STANDS An immense
variety. The prices beginning at title
and running up to the Pearl Inlaid
Turkish Stands, that sell at $10
each.
A fresh lot of Palms and Holly just
received.
F 1' UN ITT' KF Morris Chairs. with
beautiful A'olour Cushions, prices be
gin at ..!.).
Ladies' Writing Desks. Desk Chairs,
Rockers. Parlor Cabinets. Combina
tions Book Cases, Music Cabinets and
Dressing Tables.
The Leading Decorators of the Xauga
tuck Valley.
THE.L. F. IIAASE GO
27-29 CENTER ST.
THE LEADTXG DECORATORS OF
THE XAUGATUCK VALLEY.
The entire Building. Sis floors.
At Last
After prayers, tears and per
sausion our landlord has kind
ly consented to paint the
building and if the weather
will only give them a chance
The Artists will soon com
plete their work. (N. Y. papers
please copy) Be .very careful
about rubbing against the paint
and getting it on your clothes
because we need it all on the
building. Understand prices
will not advance on account
of this c-laborte layout, but we
shall continue to give you the
Lowest Prices on all First
Class Meats, etc.
Castle's Market
Ccr, Union and South Main Sis.
p. S. There is a chance for the Sal
vation Army barracks yet.
Walking Shoes. '
Are not for the ball room. They are
for out-door use and are specially made
to resist bard usage and stand off all
kinds of weather.. A comfortable and
sensible shoe for those who do a good
deal of walking. , We have them in
many shapes and all , sizes. . These
shoes fit your feet; their price will fit
your pocketbook. We have them in
Boys' sizes. Just the. thing for school
wear. We have other shoes, too. -
B. a. F1ININ,
U Exchange Place
A Greet Ceiii Sa
NO EXCEPTION
made when the price knife Is made
",. use of in our establishment, and
that is why the . . . , - -
1 i-- . ',-.'
Reduction Sale
now in progress readies every de
partment. . The time to. buy Mil
linery is now. The place to buy
it is : '
I. CHASE,
EXCHANGE PLACE.
a
lieMillsr&PecUoi
;
Ciarftoa. o 1 CKjoso
weeks
to Christmas.
There's lots to buy in mat short
time. Store open every evening.
HANDKERCHIEFS.
Our Handkerchief display is on a
large scale. There's- a grand collec
tion now to choose from and its best
to do your buying early while every
thing is new and fresh plenty for all.
FVll COATS.
This weather makes them desirable.
We're ready for tlie demand with all
sizes at popular nriees.
i'l'l! NECK SCARFS,
j" AVe are selling a great number of
j Chister Scarfs in Marten, red fox.
I wolf, mink, nutria, and seal.
BLANKETS.
An amazing variety from white and
grey cotton Blankets to tine California
Wool.
LEGG1NS.
A necessity and a nice gift the big
stock is at its best now. Every style
is here in all sizes.
CHILDREN'S WOOL CAPS'.
In all tlie new shapes and colors.
EBON on ).
Here are Brushes and Toilet Arti
cles in Ebenoid, looks like ebony,
decorated with silver mountings.
Brushes for all purposes.
THE LINEN DEPARTMENT
I Invites special attention. The stock of
damask pattern cloths wiui napkins to
j ma tell. Pox sets of hemstitched cloths
' and napkins 10 mutch. Scarfs and tray
1 loths in matched sets or separate.
GIFTS. .FOR MEN.
! We're ready for .the holiday work in
: this department, aiid it IS work. The
j buyer has surpassed all previous ef
! forts and has the stock to show at
our usual low prices, we aim to give
you the best for tlie least money. That
pleases you and us too.
A. MAI LH SOT,
153 S. MAIN ST.
SPECIAL OFFERING OF
Christmas Goods
HANDKERCHIEFS.
o you can have your choice from
AT
L'." designs, some of them worth lUe.
Our line of Handkerchiefs is com
plete. You can save IS to 2 per
cent by purchasinsr from us.
PERFUMES,
This line varies from 5c to 2oc. We
guarantee to sell them cheaper than
anybody in this citv.
DOLLS.
Our line of Dolls is complete from
the cheapest to SI. 00. Some of them
are dressed, others are not.
Optician
r.f $DDnc fmn tcd
S'l UUULILIl
T Jl Specialist.
J,t lor perfect and
WpI P-'l'mal!ent eye
gigbt, but remem
ber that your wish .will never be real
ized if you have refractive errors or
muscle insufficiency. . A scientic and
skilful examination is needed to reveal
these manifest and latent defects, and
glasses fitted that will eorrect them.
We do this, charging only for glasses.
S7 Bank Street, Waterbury, Conn.
5 Cent
MILK
For 4 Years
More M
KELLY'S
GONLON BROS.
new
SHOPPING
MART.
142-143 South Main Street.
December
Holiday Novelties,
s,' Suits'
and Furs, Watches,
Clocks and
. Jewelery, Blankets,
Comfortables
and Heavy Underwear.
Until December 24 Our Store will
Be Open Evei y Evening
F.LANKETS.
10-4 While and Grav lilankels,
if. s. p.. r.oc
10- 4 White and Gray Iilanks-ts,
regular price !?1.1. II. S. 1'., . 80c
11- 4 extra heavy White and Gray
Klankeis, from ."fl.7."i, H. S. 1'., $1.25
12- 4 White P.lankets, value ifo.73,
H. S. 1'.. $2.'JS
11-4 very tine. White Wool Blan
kets, the $G.."o kind, H. S. P., $4.50
COMFORTABLES.
Figured Robe Comfortables, from
$1.25, 9Sc
Double Robe, corded. cotton
filled Comfortable.?, from $1.75,
11. S. .P., $1.35
Heavy corded, tilled cotton, plain
and robe figured Quilts, regular
price $2, $1.50
5 cases fast color, double robe
Quilts, white corded, cotton
tilled, from $2.50, $1.9S
3 cases real French sateen
Quilts, figured and plain sheet
wadding filled, fancy stitched,
regular price $3.50, II. S. P., $2.09
UNDERWEAR.
Ladies' fleece lined Vests and
Pants, H. S. P., 25c
'Ladies extra fine fleeced Vests
and Pants, 47c
Ladies' Combination Suits, all
wool, $1.2u
Ladies' all wool, camel's hair.
natural and Australian wool
Vests and Fauts, from $1.50, 9Sc
GENTS' UNDERWEAR.
Gents' fleeced lined Shirts, H. S.
P., 3!le
Gents' camel's hair Shirts and
-Drawer's, H. S. P., 47c
Gents' fine wool camel's hair
Underwear, 75c
Gents' double breasted and dou
ble seated camel's hair Shirts
and Drawers, iS9c
DRESSING SACQUES.
Ladies' Eiderdown Dressing
Saeques, 75e
Ladies' Eiderdown Dressing
Saeques, one-half shell and frog
trimmed, cheap at $1.50, $1.00
Ladies' fine Siderdown Dressing
Saeques iu combination of col
ors, worth $3.50, $2.50
FLANNELETTE NIGHT ROBES.
Children's ribbed Sleeping Gar
ments, H. S. P., 25c
Children's Canton flannel Sleep
ing Garments, 39c
Dr Denton's Children's Sleeping
Garments, 49c
Gents' Outing Flannel Night
Shirts, full sizes, - 49c
MITTENS.
Ladies' Wool Mittens, II. S. P., 10c
Children's Wool Mittens, H. S. P., 10c
Ladies' Wool Gloves, H. S. P., 49c
Ladies' Cashmere Gloves, silk
lined, , 49c
Ladies' Wire Bustles, H. S. P., 25c
Ladies' Hip Fad and Bustle, H.
S.P., 25c
PETTICOATS.
Ladies' Sateen Petticoats, H. S.
P., 49c
Ladies' Mercerized Sateen Petti
- coats, with accordion plaited
ruffle, value $2.50, $1.79
CONLON BROS.
NEW SHOPPING MART. '
142-14414C-143 SOUTH MAIN ST.
Opposite Scovill Street. ;
Opposite .Waterbury. Rational' Bank.
From Street
97-133 Bill Stmt
rvir,v v .
H - " NAL. ETC, AT :8c.'.$l.L'5 ANd1.50.
i i W I ' ' LARGER SIZES FROM 1!S INCH TO
' t 3
T
g.
-'..A f
AND BEST STOCK IN TOWN IMPERIALS. SHIELD BOWS,
BAND BOWS. TECKS. FOUR-IN-IIANDS, AVINDSORS. I'l'TTER
FLIES AND liAT-WI.Nt; TIES ARE HERE AT 25c AND 50c.
THE .MOST PRACTICAL AND SENS1BIE GIFTS THAT KRIS
Kit INGLE COULD Sl'GGEST ARE HERE FOR THE BOYS.
JONES, MORGAN & G
Reefers,
coys
3 to 19
Boys G
vercoats
3 to 19
If any other house were willing to sell Boys' Good
Clothing on as close a margin as we sell it they ir.ight be
able to show you the values we show in .0 Reefers and
$00 Overcoats. If you'll look at our offerings you'll know
the reason we sell so many Boys' Reefers and Overcoats.
JONES, MORGAN & GO.
BOSTON FURNITURE Co, 111 So. Main St,
YOU WON'T BE SORRY IF YOU DO
YOU MAY BE SORRY IF YOU DON'T !:
VISIT OUR WAEERO O MS
Examine Our Large Stock and Learn Our Reasonable Prices. ;;
Useful Holiday Presents.
Call early and make selections. We will deliver to suit your ;
convenience. Our regular liues always ready for inspection.
Furniture, Garpets, Crockery, Stoves, Ranges, Lamps, Clocks,
Pictures, Rugs, Marts, Lace Curtains. Pcrtisrss, etc.
EVERYTHING f6r HOUSEKEEPING. Gash or Credit.
UNDERTAKING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES.
Night Call District Office, No 5 East Main Street. Telephone C05-3.
ii
Boston Furniture Co
111 SOUTH
A WATERBURY,
Electric Ligiit and Combination
Fixtures and Shades.
For Residences, Offices and Stores.
Electric Light. Bell aud Telephone
"Wiring.
By 11 am os and Motors
Electric Supplies of Every Description.
Wholesale and Retail.
The New England Engineering Co,
138 Grand Street.
Are You Going To Buy a New Range
If so it will pay you 10 look at our
STAB1FORD
Do tou want a STEAM BOILER.
HOT WATER HEATER? If so, in
quire about the Winchester.
P, H, GARRITY,
221 BANK STREET.
Telephone. 103-4.
HELLO!
HELLO!
IS THAT YOU, MR WEINSTEIN?
WELL, MISS BLANK HAS .,'JUST
DEFT ME TO ORDER A SHIT OF
YOU AFTER SEEING MINE. SHE
IS VERY MUCH STRUCK WITH IT
ND WANTS ONE TO FIT AS
WELL". I TOLD HER TO GO TO
TIIE N..Y. CLOAK CO BE SURE
YOU GIVE HER AS GOOD A FIT
AS YOU DID ME, FOR SHE IS
VERY PARTICULAR. ALL RIGHT!
TCU ALWAYS 'GUARANTEE . TO
liZVE SATISFACTION. .
N. Y. Cloak Mfg. Co
" " 210 SO MAIN STREET. -S.
.WEINSTEI2J, . , . -
ENrKANCts:
92-35 Si MliiSt;
JUST AVIIERE TO BEGIN THE
to Street
STORY OF OUR CHILDREN'S
i STORE IS A QUESTION HARD TO
DECIDE FOR BOYS. EVERY NEED
i
?IS SUPPLfED MOST FULLY, MOST
SATISFACTORY". MOST ECONOMI-
T - rP TlflO AfATkWDV I t 4 "
Lij i ;n lino jiviL"-i du j- j
-fTix1 i-ni ijailuo run Duio r nu.u o
TO S YEARS IN SAVISS AND RO-
Jf If -tk MAN STRIPES. COLUMBIA AND
i B f Si. V.UH lit t'l.' Sf'IMCT I'UHIT.
LNCH AT USi: S1.50. .$2 AND S2.r0.
BOYS' CRAA ATINGS WE
ARE
OCR
EKY 1 AllTK l R THAT
CR A VATI N IS
SHALL BE
A CUNTERPART OF OUR MEN'S
AVIIKTI AiEANS THE LARGEST
9
years,
$2,50 to S7.
years,
S4.50 to $25,00
1
I
MAIN STREET.
CONN.
Family leaving citv must
sell their new upright Mahog
any nano. hirst-class maker.
Any reasonable offer accepted.
Address 'Opportunity' Demo
crat office.
AGENTS WANTED
To sell the fastest selling house
hold necessity ever offered. Can
make S3. 00 a day. Call at Allen's,
30 North Main St., Room 5.
5 to
15 Clerks
Will next week rush ahout the Big
Shoe Store to supply your wants. Come
111 NOu, as early this week as possi
ble, and we cau .give you far better at
tention than in the rush. The stock
is now unbroken, though quite a few
Slippers were sold last week. Choose
a pair for
Husband
or your "SFECIAL young man." and
let us lay aside and mark for you..
Enormous Slipper stock now occupies
our front shelves. At 50c, Toe and 85c
you find Velvet and Leather in attrac
tive styles, but no better than other
dealers offer. . When you strike -. .
$1, $1,25 and $1.50.
(have a few higher) you appreciate that
you choose from a variety and a value
which no one but the Slipper King can
offer; Brown, Black, Red,- Tan and
-Wine, all shapes, in Goat, Seal, Russia
and Box Calf. Make "Hubby" happy.
mm
84-SG SOUTH MAIN STREET,
v ank st Stairway. In V. S. & Co'a,
KING

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