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WATERBURY EVENING DEMQCftAT; THURSDAY, AUGUST 14 1002.
POLITIGALPOmTERS The Boom Fop Mayor Charters lor Sheriff is Gathering For ce Down 1 New Haven Way It Is Said That Charters Has a Good Chance of Getting the Elm City Delegates iNow 'xnat the Ansonia aian nas de clared Himself, Waterbury, It Is Said, Is Going to Push His Cause. ' it looks now as if the democrats of Waterbury and labor men will unit on Mayor Chartex-s as candidate ; .for high sheriff. Up to the time Mayor Kilduff made known his determination not -to run certain elements were di vided between him and Charters; but now that Kilduff is. out of the way, democrats and labor , men are asking what -better can they do than rally around the Charters' standard. Char ters Is a man who has always support ed his partyi nominees and If he should capture the nomination he can mount the rostrum and call upon democrats to give him the same support he had cheerfully yielded to every , man the party put forward since he became an elector. This is something Mr Strobel cannot claim for himself, and no on has referred to thi3 oftener or in strong er terms of denunciation -than the Hon" Mr Kennedy, who is now said to be back -of the Strobel boom, so you see politics as well as poverty makes strange bed fellows. Mayor. Charters is an ideal candidate. Of course it cannot be said that he has a ''barrel,' but even so there ought to be" enough honest men in New Haven county to elect him to the office of high sheriff If for no reason other than what he made in his .fight with men who do not believe that working people should they shall receive In return for, their labor. or how many hours shall consti tute a, day's toil. , If thousands of , la boring people throughout the Nauga tuck valley are enjoying a ! Saturday half holiday this summer, it is dua mainly to the efforts of Mr Charters and, his associates. In support ,of this s linemen i. uuti ueea oui.meuuuu . ijuc fact that Charters is ' blacklisted . in every factory In the country : and out of 276 mployes that went out in An sonia he was the only one. denied the, right to return. ' His neighbors who had watched the tussle made him chief, magistrate of the town, and now the word is being passed along that he Is to be boosted into the office of county sheriff: Just what part "Waterbury will . play in Mayr Charters's canvass is something that cannot be stated at this time, but some people will be very much surprised if his friends do not give him a big boost.' " : ' .-. ..-V'A : ; o I The committee of 100 members of he Young Men's Re'publiean club of Cw TTnvfiTi ' nrnnintpd ' hv - President jDonald G. Carmichael to support the candidacy of Mayor Studley for the re publican nomination for governor; will meet at the club house to-morrow even ing. The club will hold a regular. meeting at the same time and a large attendance is, looked for. - Quite a num ber of prominent speakers will be on hand ineludlner several from -out of the City. : :- " ' -..':, ' .v o. ;, , The Economic league, at a meeting in N laven last evening; decided to put a ticket for senator and represen tative Into the fleld.: It was voted that the president should call a convention of the members of the. league for that purpose. The members will be notified by card and through the newspapers. The call will be issued for Wednesday night, i The president wras Instructed to correspond with the leagues . of the county to get a. county ; convention called which will either nominate or In dorse a candidate : for high sheriff. Mayor-Stephen Charters of Ansonia is tTiA mail fn vnrprl. T'hf aenrpfstw nf thf respondence with the leagues of .the state to secure the calling of a state convention,. Which may nominate can didates for state offices, or endorse 'can didates nominated by the other par- tie. 4" :: V ; ... -y-t y "Dang it' all,": said 'a ward heeler this morning, "doesn't it beat the deuce the way we get snarled up here when there 3s a good office in sight? f The demo crats can elect a high sheriff this fall If they nominate" the right man. " Per sonally, I have nothing against Chri3 Strobel, but politically I have no. use for him, and I think the rank and"" file Of til 4 T)flrtV think AS I An: Ynn rlnn'f see republicans nominating men for office that have been' active in opposi tion to their party candidates, and why in h 11 democrats should Is something I can't understand. If we put a pre mium on treachery by honoring de serters With nnminattAna Tm fie thhi Xpu'll know we'll have no "party. I hear Billy Kennedy is out for Strobel, but I don't believe It, even though the Democrat has said so. . I'll believe it when I hear Kennedy swallow his own words, 'that no man who had turned his back on his party or one of -his can didates and went over to the opposition was entitled to recognition from a dem ocratic constituency.- When Kennedy was stumping the state for democrats the men he is now said to be training with were working tooth and nail to defeat the same candidates. . But 'I shall refuse to credit the Naugatuck war horse of democracy with conduct unbecoming a democrat until -1 1- hear from himself. : : Speaking of the race for shrievalty honors, the" New .'Haven- Palladium says: . Charters is thev choice of the labor element because he is pre-eminently a labor man. He went Into the office of mayor of Ansonia on the wave that followed the strike at the Farrel foundry. He Is an Economic league man. He is said to hold most of the valley towns, and to be a much strongs er candidate than he has been credited with being. Perhaps New Haven will settle the question. But if the demo cratic primaries are postponed a fight for Charters will be taken into most of the wards. It will be labor men against the machine, and a good stiff fight. Tomlinson is backed to get the nomination by men who know the most about democratic politics. He has the men who know the business of politics on his side, i James E. McGann is his manager and McGann knows a , great deal about manipulating things. But Walter Leigh, who ran once for sheriff himself, setting the nomination in the face of the machine, declares that he will keep Tomlinson and the nomina tion apart if he can. If jhe cannot, he will remember old scores-the day of fhe voting- "I 1 pay the debt I owe him, Is Mr Leigh's way of phrasing - f -, - - - ' ' -- SERGEANT POWERS'S DREAM. Spoiled by a Double, Wedge Notes From Camp Keeier. Scene, a tent In.- Company G street, Second regiment. Occupant of the tent, Sergeant John, Powers, manager of the' Company G base ball team. Time, 2 a. m., Tuesday: "Well, well, put them over, Pete. Who's the crook that said that the' Company A team could play ball. Hully gee! What Is the matter with you, Chris Bannon? Push over there and give me' a part of the bunk or I'll tell Colonel Jean Jacob As tor Sullivan. Gee whiz! but Jean is an' important personage, - especially when his lady friend from Crescent Beach is nearby. Vell, what a rapping we will give to: that colored base ball team to-morrow. Holy' smokes, but keep your feet. from my face, Foley. The air is but isn't Donovan a clever, guy? Did" yoti hear about him telling the Misses Hickey not to let Mike Peters walk with them, as "he was a married man and had three children? Oh, gee! how Mike's blood did boil. Say, those - reporters better have a good sleep to-night, for they will get their medicine to-morrow night. Sickness will be no excuse. Lieutenant Sandland , Is too quiet. You would- think he was In Woleott, but Sergeant Morrison 'is a jolly good fel low. Those Company A fellows are away ahead of-us this year, but they shovildn't be using the blanket about 12 o'clock at night. They are apt to get a call, and . besides It places Cap? tain Carter in a bad. box. Oh, great Beelzebub! but wasn't that a frost that Paddy Kane got from that auburn haired, green eyed beauty, who makes those eyeswhat do you call them you know? Well, never ' mind, but Paddy will never forget the call he re ceived for his forwardness. r She has a sharp tongue, indeed." "Edward Bren nan would make a dead dog sick with his continual demands T for ' refresh ments. But, say, ; didn't I work the game well? Think of the boys march ing five; miles in the , hot ;, sun. with heavy sacks on their backs. Ah, it is lovely, but" I'd rather be here. I'm the wise guy. What! I guess I didn't go on the march. .My arms were sun burnt.'" Just then there was a double wedge through Powers's tent and the next he knew the tent was down on top of him and five or six chairs. Pow ers's musings were Interrupted and his feelings were slightly' ruffled. Captain Carter of Company A was officer of the day on Tuesday. .:; Companies G and A" make as good, if ntot better, appearance, than any companies in the camp. , s ' , A rattlesnake took possession' of the tent allotted to Privates Stein and Dun phy about 11 o'clock at night, " driving the occupants out Into the cold. . Last night at Lake Pata,gauncett Private William Monagan had the au dacity and effrontery of halting Cap tain Fitzpatrick. One, can judge how tired and sleepy a private is -when he can't recognize his own - captain. It was lucky for "Weary" Willie" that he was not put in the guardhouse. . The Second andi Fourth regiments returned to camp yesterday afternoon at & o'clock from Lake Patagauneett. All the members of Company G and Company A say that they enjoyed the experience of pitching, their camps, etc. The only fault, found- was rWjth v the weather, which was very cold.; .Harry Bannon says that he was almost frozen to'the ground,' while' jcrlvates V Egan and-F. Eeid became so stiff with the cold that Jhey are still lame. Corporal Callahan, Privates Maloney,' ' Courtney, William Shannahan and Williana Pow ers of Company G had the pleasure of pulling back to- a farm house, a dis tance of about two miles, an ox team which had been taken from it. Ser geant T.iF- Lawlor drove the team. Corporal Callahan had his white ducks ruined, while Prof Shanhahari became so tired that he had to be, placed in the team and drawn along. , One of the most interesting and ex citing events which Occurred at Pata gauncet lake, where the Second and Third regiments bivouaced on Tuesday night, was a sham battle early Wed nesday morning. The opposing forces were , members, of ? the - Second " and Fourth regiments; the weapons were apples. The Second regiment boys were' standing around their encamp ment by; the side of the lake when they were overwhelmed with -a fusilade of apples from the top of the hill, at the foot of , which" 'they were encamped. They returned thfe fire,' and then a bat; tie royal began, iwhen. It was at Its height a trumpeter gave the signal to charge, and the members of the Sec ond, 'among them a number of Com pany ; G's boys, . charged the . hill and succeeded after much fighting In driv ing the enemy from their bulwarks. A number of-the Company G boys have discolored optics and ; their coun tenances are disfigured with, bumps, it was a charge of Colonel Callahan's heavy artillery brigade that carried the day for the Second. , " - STILL DIGGING TRENCHES. Life - at Camp Keeier This Week Is , ANcC Pne Bound of Pleasure. ' Camp Keeier, Niantic, Aug 14. For the first time this week the regular routine of drill was gone through with, the Fourth regiment only going out to dig trenches. . The field work is more costly to the state, but" the officials be lieve, that the results warrant the ex tra expense. General Frost went out this morning to adjust 'some of the claims for damages resulting from this week's field work. - s . The brigade has kept up the high average both in policing and quarters. Acting Governor Keeier and General Cole-left this morning to . attend the funeral, of Former Governor Cook;?, which took place this afternoon. They will return to-night to the camp. The first brigade formation took place this afternoon at 5:15. PURELY PERSONAL Mrs Thomas F. Butler of Bishop street left for the shore this morning. The Rev F. McEvoy of Philadelphia is visiting at Michael McEvoy's on North Main street. Miss Mary Foley of Keef e street is spending a two .weeks' vacation with friends in Holyoke, Mass. - Joseph B.'Cronin of Dayton, O., arul Frank Kelly of New Haven are visit ing friends in the north end. . , Alphonse Bridgeman of Ansonia, who lias been visiting at Mrs Dundas' on Wood street, has returned home. Miss Kathleen O'Connor of South Main street left to-day to spend a two weeks' vacation with friends in Win sted and Norfolk, ' '-.; arding's 72-74 South Main. ?t, , Telephone 2?2?0. The Fruit Canning Season . Is near at hand and we are prepared to" meet it. .We have ' ' - MasoD Frnit Jars, , : Mason Jar Top i; Mason Jar Ribbersi LIGHTNING FRUIT-JARS, LIGHTNING JAR CAPS, LIGHTNING JAR RUBBERS, -ALSO- JELLY GLASSES. LEHIGH CLEAN , COAL gives the very best satisfaction. - - Try a ton from , us before you purchase your .Winter supply and we are sure that you will be so well satisfied that you will place your entire order with us. John McEIIigott. Office, Fitzpatrick tk Glos ter's, 60 South Main Sts Telephone connection. Everthing I ' " : " : ' , 1 r . ........ ... . - . . 1 ... - BUT QUALITY SACRIFICED 111 OUR STOCK Come in and get -your vaca tion fixings. 1 : Don't wait; . , F.A;Wenzei&C6 25 EXCHANGE PLACE. READY FOR FIELD DAY. Foresters Will Provide ,Lpts ,of Sport at Driving Park. ' , ; ' The manufacturers , and business men of Waterbury ; have . been very considerate towards tbe Foresters' an nual field day in former- years by. giv ing their employes an opportunity of a half holiday to participate in the an nual festivities. The general com mittee recognizing and' appreciating this fact, lias prepared for next Sat urday a most elaborate program ; of amusements which will no doubt sur pass anything of ' the kind ever given in this city, as the following events will show. Not since the days of Mat Lynch's "Butcher Boy" and Sam Low's "Jefferson P." has there been such, en thusiasm displayed and it Is said that no small amount of money will change hands in this event, as the horses that have entered are being tried out daily at the riving park. The ''White Fly er' and f'Shin-Fane" appear to show up well in their training and VThe American Girl" and "Erin-go-Bragh" are also doing some clever work. ., In the running race there will be. from 10 to 12 fast horses. Clark Nichols has said' you should not "spend your money going down to Sheepshead Bay but go and see that bunch "at the Driv- ing park Saturday, next. The bicycle racing will be a big event and it is doubtful if you get another bunch like them together, this season. The . 220 and 100 yard dashes will be fast ones, and so will the hop, step and jump and throwing fthe 16 lb Shot; Oh, but say, there will; be somefhTng doing in that 75 yard boys', race, for on. about every street . in , the city .'ydu can see boys preparing for this race. Who can pick the winner? The' F. of A. two-step is attracting considerable at tention, as wras Intended by Floor Con ductor J. J. Fitzgerald. ' It will be the hit of the season and will be fully appreciated by the lovers of up-to-date dancing. TIMELY TOPICS The White-Simmons-Co Is selling fine watermelons at 31c each these days. , , "."'",: The Original Boston Family Shoe store is.selling men's $4 shoes at $2.49. Miller & Peck quote low prices oa ladies' skirts to-day. ; A' linen garment is selling for 98c that formerly sold for $2.' The Curran Dry Goods Co will have another big day for housekeepers to morrow. Look at the prices. Freedman's clearing sale ,of bargain millinery is now on. He wants ap prentices to learn the business. Castle, the marketman, offers some specials in the. meat line ; for Friday and Saturday. .- The Turnbull Co announces a whole lot of bargains in their grocery depart ment to-day. v '-' ; : Conlon Bros' great necessity sale is still on and Friday's bargains are the Dest yet. Bead the list. . ' Wintry Weather Abroad. VIENNA, Aug. 14. Wintry weather prevails throughout - Austria -Hungary, and severe cold and heavy snowstorms are reported from the mountain U$ rlcts,. " " "' "" - IMls-ForSale-ToRen! XppB SALE Upright piano, range, iron oeda, carpet, extension and center tables, Ev erything almost new. Must be sold at once. 28 Vine. . , ' It COAL is high. OU is cheap, E gallons 50c, Gasolene, 5 gallons. 70c. Give us 60c on Can or furnish your own. George Held, 6T Chap-' el street, City, 8-14-im P OR KENT Tenement of 4 rooms. All im-8-14-4 provements. 57 XiUKe street. N- "VKT ANTED Die Makers and Machinists. A v few experienced die makers and machin ists wanted. k Apply at once, stating experi ence, salary expected, etc, to the Lisk M'f'g Co., L't'd, Canandaigua, N. Y. . 8-13-4 TO RENT Tenement of 6 rooms, all im provements, $12. 94 Mattatuck street. Also one of 4 rooms at $9. , . , 8-8-6 T O RENT Four rooms, 165 South Main street. Inquire 34 Mi tcheu Ave., B-8-e FOR RENT One large storev 383 South Main street ... Apply to McCarthy & Moore, next door. , - - ?-l8-tf "TTOR SALE Choice building lot on Wash ington Hill. Small amount down. J. T. Phelan, ii Bank street. , 6-23 tf EMPLOYMENT BTJREAO Help of all kinds furnished and situations secured for capa ble workers in all kinds of employment. . Mrs. Kelly. 78 East Main street 'Phone 105-8 The Famous Trinidad Roof and Iron Paint One of the best Paints ever put on the market. For sale at P. J. COOGAN'S PHARMACY ' ; 839 BALDWIN ST. This Paint is warranted not to .' peel or crack. ,It can be seen on Mr Coogan's build ings, four of which have been recently covered with the above paint. . 8-13-0 . . ' TVlSTRICT bP WATERBURY SS PRO Y bate Court. Aug 13.1902. :upon the exhibition to this court of the agree ment whereby George Andrews and Martha Andrews of waterbury, New Haven county. Conn., party of the first part, give in adop tion to Willis Lounsbury and Ella M.Lounsbury husband and -Wife, ot ( Waterbury, Conn., party of the second part, their minor female child of two and one-half years, as per agreement on file more fully appears, it is Ordered that a hearing upon said agreement be heard and determined at the Probate office in Waterbury in said district on the lath day of August. A. D.1903,at 9 o'clock in the forenoon, and that notice be given of the pendency of said agreement and the time and place of hearing thereon, by publishing the same one time in some newspaper haying a circulation in said district. , By Order of Court,. ; '' .' "... James J. Cassia Clerk. NOTICE. There will be a meeting of the Fourth division, A. O.'H., this evening at 8 o'clock at G. A. B. hall. Business of importance will be discussed and all members are requested to attend. CARD OF THANKS. . We desire to return thanks to our many friends who sympathized and as sisted us during the illness and death of our beloved son and brother, Ber nard" McAlenny.- ,iAJso for tne many floral tributes. -v . MR AND MRS EDWARD M'ALENNY AND FAMILY. J1 ; ,Book by(tlie Fotind. . Thousands of families all over the ountry, treasure old , Bibles, hymn books and volumes of sermons pub lished in the eighteenth and seven teenth centuries, f ojjUy believing that any of these works niay be sold some day, if necessary, for a sufficient sum to pay off the household mortgage, Re quests like .these are being received constantly by ? newspaper ""editors: "Please. let me know the value of a Bible published;, by Smith & Jones. London, in 1745.; I am informed that It is worth a large sum." 'In almost, every case the reply must be given that old religious ;b6ol7a'n&. Bibles are worth only so muqh per pound as the old Jjaper junk man is willing to give. This seems like a reflection on public taste in book' collecting, but it is true, nevertheless. There still is a popular impression that age alone gives value to a book, but a wheelbarrow full of theological treatises issued previous to 1600 may be bought for a f ew shil- lings apiece. Detroit Free Press. "The American Rhine." . In a606 Henry Hudson, "the bold Englishman," urged his little Dutch boat, the "Haalve Maan," up the river that the Iroquois had chris tened the "Cohatatea," but which the English afterward rechristened the "Hudson.", He courted the fa voring winds until he. anchored' the !Half Moon" off the bank, near where now stands thecity of Albany. Others had discovered the river Jbef ore his day, for French, Portuguese and Dutch had pushed the prows of their boats into the lower, stream as early as 1524-'30, but to Hudson belonged the honor of navigating the stream for any considerable distance. And so it is conceded that the name of that early navigator has been justly be stowed upon "the, American Rhine." The movement to celebrate the tri centennial of the coming of Henry Hud son, is. now. taking tangible form, though the nature of the observance, is as yet undecided. Four-Track News. ' . . ' Why the Bepnhlio I Safe. ' "When you think of our glorious re public," .said the apprehensive- pa triot, "are you not constrained to look back. upon Rome and tremble lest we meet a similar fate?' "Not a bit," , said the plain citizen. "Rome did very well, considering its opportunities. ; But Rome didn't have the newspapers, and telegraph lines:, and railway Companies that we have. If anyone should start up any tyranny operation here his picture would be in every household, and the . police would have him arrested before he could get into the next county. Cheer up. The republic is safe." Washing ton Star. Australia's Blackberry Feaf. : Blackberries thrive more luxuriant ly in Australia than in Europe or America, their growth being so rapid that in many places they are regarded as an agricultural pest. ; Like the first rabbits, the original blackberry vines have grown and multiplied until they bid fair to cover the face of the country. The bushes are not culti vated they can look after themselves, as many Australian agriculturists are painfully ' aware but the jam ' mad from their fruit is sufficiently tempt ing to make one forget their unwel come presence on the farm. The Gar. FOR SALE. The large fine brick residence with lot of about 120 feet on North Main street, being No 161. formerly occu pied by myself and family and for the past few years by the Union Club, is now In the market. This Is to-day one of .the Dest loca- tions in our prosperous city : for a doctor's home and offices, or can be used and Improved for other profitable Purposes. f I will give the right party one of the best real estate deals that was ever offered in central property. Will make terms to suit purchaser. Call on . . .. WILLIAM J. SCHLEGEL, FoV this and other bargains in Water bury real estate, in the Lewis building. No 65 Bank street; To Rent. ; Single house of six rooms, contains all modern improvements; two minutes walk to trolley; $12. ' J. T. PHELAN, 42 Bank Street. Take elevator. DON'T LET YOUR MONEY SLEEP. Buy a home. Seven room house, gar den, etc, g. Wilson street, $2,200, $200 down. Choice of two suburban homes, west side, at $1,800, $200 down. . .Shore cottages to rent, furnished, Meadows End, $8 to $12 weekly. C. S, Lang, 199 Bank Room 3 Levin O MASONS, PLASTERERS, f CON TRACTORS AND BUILDERS. Estimates promptly furnished. Office at Fruin & Levin's plumber's shop. No 34 Canal street, - City, v Residence, 72 Griggs street. Farm in Water town FOR SALE. , , $2,000 $800 D0VVH- . Balance at 5 per cent. Money to Loan. j Fire Insurance. LOREN R GARTER, II E, Main St. THE RED) 'ft HUGHES DRY GOODS CO Telephone 410. Wh He All of our Fine White Goods in stripes, dots and all fan cies, that we have sold-all season for 25c a yard, for the bal ance of this week price will be .ISo a yard. Some ; of the finest values in this lot are in small quantities,' therefore would advise an early call. ! 1 . : . . - - , ' , , .. 10 pieces pla'n white lawn, 32 inches wide, extra fine quality,- regular price 2fc- The balance of -this , week, - . . 17c a yard Another lot of Long Cloth, 4. inches wide, , . Prices 20c and 2jc a yard . HAASE BLOCK, First Xrott's' Ice Cream Was never better than it is now. v We serve it in our par lors, we deliver it to your home. We also make a special, effort in our ' Wedding Cake department THE Trott Baking Co. 122 EAST ?To Bent 5 room Flat. Our oysSiiits Never before in the history of the clothing trade will find as many great values as can be found in pur Boys' Department. We must make room for our large fall stock. You will get the benefit of our great Sacrifice Price Sale Boys' Suits, Short Pants $1.25 - $i:45 -f$1.50 $3.00 Boys' Short Pants 25c - 47c Boys' Long Pants $1 - $1.25 G. KILDUFF g.,CD.;... BROWN & CRANE, Undertakers and in v Funeral Directors ,152 East Main Street. V j , -Telephone call J23-CL5. U , t i r' Night calls answered at store, or District Telegraph office. r H. J. Crane, residence 36 Elizabeth Street; telephone 133-23. ' V ; T. II. Brown, residence 162 "Ast Main . street; telephone 123-15. i ' iOBIARTv; UND ERTAKI N G. 1S7 Broadway. Special attention given to every de tail. Telephone Calls Io0 and 354, HACKS FURNISHED. ; John Moriarty. , ' l,; Joseph C. Moriarty,! ' Embalmer and graduate of Renourd School of Em balming. ' Rock Island Hotel, . . BEACH STREET-. Near Old Savin Rock Board and Room $7 Per Week CHAUNCEY 5EELY &CO BUILDERS Are prepared to furnish estimates and take contracts on all kinds of building. Jobbing promptly attended to. Lot at Oak wood, No 41; will build house on easy terms. , - . ' Shop and Office, ! : 85 Bishop street.' - Store and 5-Rodm Tenement ' on North Main street for sale' cheap on easy terms or "will, trade. W. P. JARRETT, Real Estate, 65 Bank Street. Room 18. ' Goo Floor, Center Street. MAIN STREET. Great Sale of Au gust Bargains ; We still have some .very . desirable Summer Bargains which must be - disposed o as soon as possible and as we propose to sell them the price is no object and they will go for half their value as we must have the room for . . t ' . . ....... the incoming FALL ' v ' ' .... ' ! GOODS i , .S ' ' . 11 - t Which are coming in quite .- rapidly. . .. Avail yourself of this op portunity as you can get them V here on credit jusf as well as for cash. Guarantee Credit Clothing Go. 53 and E. Main St. and 1 j Phoenix Ave. ax b;; grease 1 MICA GREASE comes :in wooden, boxes at 10c a box, 3 boxes for 25e. It is the most durable grease we bavei for" heavy -wagons and trucks.! AXLE INB GREASE is a little finer and wears nicely on .both heavy wagons and .carriages; 15c a can. We also have FRAZER GREASE in pall, 2oc. 92 AXLE OIL is by far the mosfi economical lubricant for oiling car riage, wagons and trucks. Will not run out, become gummy or injure the finest finished surface. . The only re liable oil for self -feeding axles in' warm or cold weather. It comes in pints, 25c: Quarts. 50c. and gallon cans. $1. All kinds of Feeds for stock can bi found here. , The Piatt PII Go. 'Phone 334. SO BENEDICT STREET THE ONLY COMPLETE LINE OF Summer Stoves ON THE MARKET ; In all styles. Prices we guarantee to be the lowest. Headquarters for Refrigerators in hard and soft Coolers in all sizes and styles, Garden Hose, Reels, Nozzles, Lawn Mowers, Ranges, House Furnish , ings, Hardware, Plumbing Tin- ing, Heating. y BARLOW BROS CO 63 65- 67 GRAND STREET. If Your Old Her Cannot Come, Try Us. . . . . We don't want to deprive him of a job, but wish to assist thosa who have trouble "with their plumbing. 1 will give you the service of the highest paid men in the trade. If you are thinking about buying a stove ask about the STAMFORD, it will pay you to inquire, every one praises it that has used it We do roofing and conductor work, P. H. GARRITY, 221 Bank St , Telephona 403-C Frank M iller & Co 11 SOUTH MAIN STREET. COAL . ALSO TTOOD AND CHARCOAIi JOHN BYRON, Yard near Plume & Atwood's. , .. Uptown office with J. H, UsifSSXSZi Cav 3 East Ul& fl v