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WATERBURY EVENING DEMOCRAT. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1902.
THAYER'S STRAIGHTFORWARD ANSWER In the Field for the Head of the Ticket Only Republicans Will Open Their Campaign of Trouble To-Morrow Evening at Hart? ford The Capito! City Making Frantic Efforts to Defeat George L Lillcy The Courant Says He Has Been Laying Wires for Two Years or More to Get the , ' Nomination for Congressman at Large. fforwidb, Sept. 5. Mayor Cli'-les tf. Thaver has- sent out the following letter to the Hon William Kennedy of Isaugatuck: September 13, 1002. Hon William F. Kennedy, Naugatuck, jonn. Your letter of the 12th Inst, saying tioned in several newspapers as the democratic candidate for the office of a ; flairiniri "Will you accept the nomination for that office if tendered you by the dem ocratic state convention to be held in the city of New Haven, September 25, 1902," is just at hand. I understand fttt mil arc n rialfxrAta tr Kim cominar - O cenvention and tlhus entitled to a cat egorical answer. I, too, have noticed the same mention of my name in the newspapers, ana it is oireu uccuiupim- led by the suggestion that the nomina-, tion as congressman from the third congressional' district would be about the right way to "take care of Thay er." I am, of course, very much flat tered to know that certain unselfish persons, aided, to some extent by a disinterested press, haye taken the self imposed task of caring1 for me. Said conservatorship is duly appreciated. But allow me to make my position ab solutely clear and theirs, possibly, eomewhat less arduous. I am a can didate for the governorship, because I believe .that, in the state there exists a. sentiment in favor of my holding , mat omce, ana .not as a ;emt unoer -cover of which to obtain some otlier of fice. I contemplate neither pleasure nor profit in the governorship, but only the hardest kind of work in the entire Interest of the entire citizenship of the state. Until I am either nominated or defeated in the convention I shall re main a candidate for the governorship. I am not a candidate for the position of congressman-at-large, nor for either of the other state offices, and I am not a candidate for i congressman for the third congressional district. To make the matter even more positive, If possi ble, you may say that under no circum stances will I run for representative In congress either at large or distrlctwise. , Yours truly, , ' : . CHARLES F. THAYER. Judge L. M. Hubbard of Walllngf ord was in town to-day, the guest of the Hon George Lilley. It Is understood that Judge Hubbard will present the name of Mr Lilley to- the republican congressional convention. ' : , .; '' . o :. - Tie call for-the republican county convention for Fairfield county was is sued to-uay by chairman Downs of Stamford . The convention will be held in Biwgeport on October 1. - V . ' O ". V . -- The Hartford Courant In looking v " ovuuiMiui liaQ vuc lUlf ; the fifth it1 is' said that the 'democrats are planning to renominate Senator William Kennedy of Naugatuck, and, if they attempt, this, the republicans will put up Warden P. F. Shaeffer of JSaugatuck against him. Mr Shaeffer is a strong man in oolities and it la there with him up." ;. The following telegram was sent from partner of the beef magnates for twen Meriden yesterday to the delegates to ty years is going to have somei sleep the republican state convention: "Any j less nights and some mighty uncom- ' statement, intimation or insinuation ; f ortable days if he succeeds In getting elected governor of Connecticut would, except in compliance with an act of the general , assembly, isue a procla mation calling a constitutional con vention Js -absurd and. untrue. Dele gates should not believe any. such fake statements, made with Intent to mis represent Mr Chamberlain. (Signed) ' H. Wales Lines, John Wr. Coe, George E. BIcknelL W. H. Lyon, Delegates to th "Rpnuhlican Convention." The reDubllcan state convention will meet in Hartford. to-morrow evening ntS o'clock In the Auditorium, next door west, of the Allyn house. Chair man Gates will call the meeting to or der and Senator Piatt will be invited to preside and will address the -delegates. It may be set down as certain that Mr Piatt will give his hearers a sound, patriotic and ringing speech. There will be 510 delegates on the roll; as each town bas twice the number of its representatives. There are 87 two member towns and 81 one-member towns. The list of delegates printed from day to day shows that a fine rep ,. resentative gathering is assured. The convention at the close of Mr Piatt's speech will elect a secretary, presuma bly Clerk Eddy of the committee, and probably two assistants. This will perT feet the organization. fmm TMiorts the democrat ic city convention to-night will be very lively. The mayor's friends have been trying to figure out a victory' for him '. and yesterday circulated the stories that he had captured all the districts. Previously they had claimed eight, but their modesty palled on them and so they laid title to the whole thing. The truth of the situation is that despite . the claims of the mayor's friends, he has but five' districts at this writing. The second and eighth are inr favor of Clarkson and will not change even for the sake of giving 'him a complimen tary vote.- The seventh is for Lee and W. E. Grant who heads the delegation has turned a deaf ear to the importun ities of the Mulvihill shouters. There is no reason to change the first esti mate of the result of the primaries. Either the mayor's friends are being deceived or else they are perpetrat ing a gigantic bluff. Bridgeport Tele gram. , o Next to the contest for governor tie " greatest Interest Is in the nomination for congressman-at-large. There are . two avowed candidates, George L. Lil "ley of Woterbury and C. C. Fris bie of Hartford. Mr Lilley will win If- the program goes through, but in Hartford the sentiment is very much .against Lilley, to such an extent in fact that It Is . surprising. So active and energetic has the opposition in Hartford been to Mr Lilley that it is believed. his supporters in the city are )&ck of the newest objection which has .been raised against Senator Roberts as a canaiaate ror lieutenant .govwuui, Mr Roberts is a banker and 1 to-day has been waged some opposition against him because he would not 'be popular with the masses, being a man of wealth. , There is also a sugges- itlon 'of a compromise in favor of Judge John H. Ferrv of Southport ',. It is a sort of Kilkenny flghit on a mild scale and it may die out Hartford will min.ke an effort to defeat Lilley, out outside of here and.it is reported in Middlesex conntv. "the Opposition lS said to be scattering Bridgeport Tele gram. ' - : . . ..- -Wednesday the state republican con vention will be held in Hartford and as that time draws near the friends or ifr TJllev anoear to srow more confi ient that he will get tne nomination f or congressman-at-large. 7; The eori: vention consists of 510 delegates ap portioned as follows: Hartford coun ty 90; New Haven 7G; New London 60; Fairfield GG; Windham 48; Litchfield 82; Middlesex 44, and Tolland -44. That the convention will be held in the home city of the only other" candi date, E. C. Frisbie, Mr Ldlley's friends do not look upon with any alarm at all. 'They say that it is almost im possible, notwithstanding the concert ed movement, to wrest the nomination Ifrom him. Mr Bulkelev's allesred plan to Sbxw both-Mr Frisbie and Mr Lilley that it would be -a 'great injury, to the ;party to nominate either of them, and then to pitch Judge Perry of Southport In upon the delegates for the nomina tion will not work. Mr Lilley, they say, was too early in the field for such a plan to work successfully now. There being 510 delegates in the con vention, 25G will have to be counted up to the credit of the winner. Mr Lilley's friends here reckon up the re sult of his canvass in this way: They give him all of New Haven, county, all of New London, Fairfield ' and Wind ham counties also, 'which give him 250 votes and six to "go." Some of them claim about, , one-balf of -j Litchfield county, which would give him 41 votes more. His less isanguine friends claim' he will, not! get. so .many from Litch field and are rery doubtful' about get ting all of. New London. They' think Tolland -ought to stand by him and make up,for what he may lack in New London, v On. these calculations tliey claim he will get the nomination. SLEEPLESS NIGHTS FOR LILLEY. And His Days May Be Made Very Un 'comfortable. In the congressional matter there Is no let-up In , the puh for Representa tive George L. Lilley of , Wuterbury, says vthe i Hartford jCourant. it jHIs backers Iaim eoi muchl that the listen-1, erWoriders If lthere is' .'anythifag bet state-wide unanimity wfor j him.y He has been about his canvass for two years and it has been snrewdly con ducted. Many people feel personally indebted to him and these and miany others like him personally. They pro fess to feel no fear of the "beef trust" talk that every observer' can see will spring up as sure as his nomination is effected. . The man who has been the 'fensive eanipaign from thejstart Q as the congressman f at: large is. con- cerned, right In the: time when tlia vqtr ing public; Is: especiallyi sensitive as to all that suggests-trusts. siThis is set ting, thoughtful, republicans to. think ing whether the safety of the party is not the first consideration. PURELY PEES0HAI Lewis Walker of North Willow street will leave shortly for Andover college. J E. H. Fitzgerald of Hebron lias re turned home after visiting friends in this city. Miss Annie Doran of Pine street, bookkeeper for the D. B. Wilson Co, is visiting friends in Danbury. . Joseph St Louis, the faithful sexton at the Immaculate Conception church, is spending a vacation at Woodmont -irs E. Jt Quinlan 'and daughter "of Chicago, are the guests of their cousin, Miss Julia Madden of Baldwin street. A. W. Warner of.Torrington left for home to-day after a very pleasant vis it with L. R Carter of Grandview avenue. "' : , Leonard Ruoff.i jr, coroner for the borough of Queens, New York city, who has been I visiting relatives here for a couple of weeks, returned home to-day. ' . , . - Australia's Troubles. - LONDON, Sept. 15.-The Sydney (N.' S. Wi) cori'espondent of the Daily Mail says In a dispatch that resolutions have been laid Upon' the table of sever al legislatures in favor of the dissolu tion of the Australian commonwealth.' These resolutions,, the correspondent says, are likely to provoke some plain speaking, but they , will not be carried. Sir William J. Lyne, minister for home affairs of the commonwealth, said in a public speech Sept. 13 that he recog nized the fact that discontent prevailed and admitted that the federation ma chinery was weighty and Intricate and difficult of expansion, but he appealed to the Australians not to give up and urged that co-operation would bridge over their difficulties. ; - Cnringr Leproir. HAVANA, Sept. 15. The medical board reports very favorable progress In the ten cases of leprosy now in the hospital here which are under the spe cial treatment of Drs. Duque and Mo reno, wlio have recently been allotted $250 a. month by the house of repre sentatives to continue their investiga tions for a cure of the disease, which were begun under the military govern ment. The medicine employed by the Cuban doctors is an extract from red mangrove and is used as a salve and a tonic. 1 72-74 South Main st, Telephone Fruit Jars and Jelly Glasses Mason Fruit Jars, - - Pints 60c, Quarts 70c Lightning Fruit Jars, - P , Pints 90c, Quarts $U0 Sun Fruit Jars, Pints $U00 .Jelly Glasses, Small 30, medium 35, large 45 We have 5 barrels of Tin Top Jelly Glasses that were in our cel lar at the " time of the" Feb'y fire, the tops got rusted otherwise they are all right.. These we will sell at 20c dozen; worth 35c ' LEHIGH CLEAN COAL g'lves 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.' . ' .-..v. . , " " ; .f John McElligott. Office, Fitz patrick &. Glos ter's, 60 South Main St. Telephone connection. :;STYM,:;PALIT. Two thlnss ; Our Customers Get f tut mm ti w m n , ."Full Stock of ' Men's furnishings Mlenzel TIMELY TOPICS The Boston Furniture Co is now lo cated in its new store. Everything to furnish the house to be found there. ' F. A. Wenzel & Co has all the latest in men's furnishings. They sell them at lowest prices.' C " ' The White-Simmons Co sells the cel ebrated Malted Oalts.' Fine line of peaches for canning. ' . , ? vCpnlon f Bros', great; necessity sale brings- forth? spane rare bargains in.tbe silk department. j j, r , ".; 1 ' "Pollali; & Co have' . lust received a,iiice ,Jineo!, new pictures :,, C ) V i Reid & Hugheamake a special offer in their ad "to-day. Ladies interested should take advantage of It. ! Grieve, Bissett & Holland call at tention to a ' new stock of the latest things in fancy laces just received. The Ziglatzki-Marks ; Co la selling wall paper at 50 per cent below old prices:' All new Goods. -A. Mailhiot bias a fine line of ladies' winter undergarments. , ! Prices run from 15 cents up. . -; Miller "& Peck have new. suits, skirts and waists of the latest styles arriv ing daily. , '. . , . ', '; ' ' ' ' Currans have a' new line of goods for tailor suits and shirt waists. Oall and see new lining silk. , Jones, Morgan & Co show a fine line of clothing or the , little jones, 7 : Prices $2.50 to $12. Castle, the niarketman, la still sell ing meats' at the lowest possible prices. .. GERMAN ARMY PRAISED. American General Think It One of the Best In the World. BERLIN, Sept. 15. Major General Henry C. Corbin, who, together with Major General , Samuel B. M. Young and Brigadier General Leonard Wood, attended the German army maneuvers near Frankfurt-on-Oder last week, gave out a statement before he left for Dusseldorf denying what purported to be an interview with him in which he was represented as unfavorably criti cising the German infantry. In this statement General Corbin said: v "My companions and I have reached the conviction that the German army in every respect, but particularly in organization, Instruction, discipline and equipment, is among the best in exist ence if not the best. "The army excited the admiration of all the American officers who witnessed the maneuvers, and we shall never for get the many marks of distinction and courtesy bestowed upon us by Emper or William and his officers." Seven Seamen Killed. LAS PALM AS, Canary Islands, Sept. 15. The British steamer Rydal Hall, Captain Curtis, from Liverpool for Port Natal, reports, having seen : the German, bark Euterpe, Captain Kauff man, from Port Talbot, Wales, founder Sept. 8 in latitude 49.3G north," longi cude 8.13 west. An explosion had oc curred on board the Euterpe, killing seven of her crew and injuring several. The survivors of the Euterpe were landed here. ' . km 1 1 i ' " i Wants-For Sal8-Tfl Rent WANTED By manufacturing house relia ble person to travel calllnsr on retail merchants and agents.' Local territory. Po sition permanent. Business successful and rushing. Salary $1,084 a year and all expenses. Previous experience unnecessary. Address Standard House, Caxton B'ld'g. Chicago. 9-13-tf LOST Sunday, fob chain -with elk's tooth, st-1 in gold and diamonds, numbered 271. Finder -will receive liberal reward on returning same to Clayton Jweltry store. . It "WANTED Bright boy of 14 years, with good ' references. Steady work. 199 BanK street, rooms. , . It WANTED Fifty cords of HARD WOOD. Salvation Army Wood Yard, 212 Mead ow street. , Telephone 4i5-5. it SAT.TO A nlp.fl Stroncr hahv narriacm at 93 South street 9-15-3 TABLE BOARDERS "WANTED Apply 35 Center street. Second floor, 9-15-3 TTTANTEp Middle aged lady wants position in small family. Family of widower wi th small children preferred. Inquire , 259 Cherry Street, top floor. 9-11-3 "POREMAN WANTED-By brass bed makers. - manufacturing foreman to take charge of about twenty-five men In brass and buffing departments. Must be progressive and have mechanical and executive ability. Address. IT. L. Caudell. 140 Kentucky St., Buffalo, N. Y. V -' 9-11-3 (CQPER WEEK STRICT SALARY Men f and women to sell Novelty Plant from Philippines, grows in ten minutes, never dies. Call 20 Abbott Ave. -... j . . 9-11-6 TO Rent 5 room flats in Conlon Bros, build ing, all modern conveniences. Apply to Conlon Bros., .142 South Main St. 9-9-tf FURNISHED ROOMS Two ' large front and two side rooms. Rent reasonable, all Improvements, 16 Union street. . 9-8-tf. 10 RENT Furnished rooms, 50 Linden St. Inquire atL, C. Krooners. 880 North Main street. ' . : : 9-4- t-f "DOR RENT One large store, 383 South Main street. Apply to McCarthy & Moore, next door. , . , . 7-18-tf Store and 5-Room Tenemsnt on North Main street for sale cheap on easy terms or will trad5 ' ' - ' ' : -. ' W. P. JARRETT, Real Estate, 65 Bank Street, Room 18. FIFTH ANNUAL FAIR , . ' Given by the Washington Hill Milelic Club AT CITY HALL, . - SEPTEMBER 15, TO 20, 1902. 9-i3-2 To the Board of County Commissioners for New Haven County: , hereby apply , for a license to sell spirituous and intoxicating liquors, ale, lager beer, Rhine wine and cider at 30 fccovill street, town of Waterbury. My place or business is not located within 200 feet in a direct line ot a church edi fice, or public Schoolhouse, or. che prem ises pertaining thereto, or any post office, public library or cemetery. . Dated at Waterbury this 8th day of SeptemDer, A. D. 1902. KYRAN BROPIIY, Applicant. We, the undersigned, electors and taxpayers, as defined by law, of tne. town of Waterbury, hereby endorse the application ; of the. above ; named for such license: 'Thomas Fenton, Henry Doerr, Charles Boylan, Hugh J. orane, John II. Loughlin. ". ; Dated at Waterbury this 8th day of September, D: 1902. Ml NOTICE: IIs v-The Bureai oj Assessment the City of JTrterbttryin Jth matter kt -assessment and determination of benefits and damages accruing to all parties in terested by the layout of Ashley street, from Walnut street , to Orange street, and the establishment of a grade for same, as the same i was accepted by the Board of Aldermen, May 19, 1902, made report to the Board of Alder men setting forth that they caused reasonable notice to be given to all parties interested, by the proposed pub lic improvement,! in jail respects pursu ant to the proyiSioiis of the charter of said e3ty, to appear before them and be heard in reference thereto, and that they fully heard at the time and place specified in '- said " notice all persons who appeared before them. ; And thereupon they do assess and determine that the City of Waterbury pay to the following named person in full of all damages accruing to him by reason of the proposed public' im provement, the sum written opposite his name, to wit: , John Norton, $300.00 And that each' of the following named persons pay to the City of Wa terbury for benefits accruing to them and each of them by the proposed pub lic improvement the sums written op posite their names respectively, to wif jiiawara jj. Asniey, ; Esther Brown, ' George M. Condit, Henri Robert, -;. Nellie Maakley, ' . Bridget McKnight, . " James McKnight, Katie Mc Knight, ; Ernest Siebricht , Louis A. Darr, ;, v Oliver T. Norton, ' ' John F. Boylan, Nathaniel R. Bronson, John Norton, Scovill Mfg Co, City of Waterbury, $100.00 300.00 150.00 125.00 50.00 50.00 50.00 125.00 125.00 125.00 125.00 50.00 50.00 400.00 900.00 Total, $2,725.00 Report accepted. efits and damages confirmed and adopt ed by the Board of Aldermen, Septem ber S,, 1902;; approved, September 15 1902, -1 payable October 3, 1902, at the office of the Collector of Taxes Wil liam E.'. Thorns, City Hall building. Attest: MICHAEL J. RYAN 9-15-2, City Clerk. T)I3TRICT OF WATERBDRY SS PRb. bate Court. September 15, 1902. Estate of Michael Bowes, late ot Water bury in said district, deceased. Pursuant to an order from the Court of Pro bate for said district, will be sold at public auction to the highest bidder, on the 27th day of Sept. a. D. 1902 at 2 o'clock in the afternoon unles,s Previously disposed of at private sale), the following Real K state of said deceased, sit uated in the town of Waterbury, viz-: Bound ed northerly on Patrick Derwin and Michael Flynn; easterly and southerly on Martin Wall, and westerly on highway. Also another piece bounded north oh land now or formerly of Fen ton, Bergen; east and south on land now or formerly belonging to Timothy Bowe and west on highway. Sale to take place at Probate Court in said Waterbury. Terms made known at time of sale. Eliza Phelan, Administratrix, - Comliitc, uti-e 10 Levtnre. , AMSTERDAM, Sept. 15- Mr. "Reitz, formerly state secretary of the Trans vaal, will sail Sept. 25 for New York to give a series of lectures both on behalf of his own finances and for the benefit of the Boers. This unexpectedly early departure of Mr. Reitz for the United States is said to be due to the insist ence of 4he Boer generals Botha, Do .Wet and Delarey that the anti-British propaganda in Europe must be moder- BULBS Now in for Fall Planting Lillium Harrisil, or Bermuda Lily, Lil lium Candidium, the Madonna Lily, Roman Hyacinths, Paper White Nar cissus, Calla. Bulbs, Freesia' Bulbs. Palms, Ferns, Rubber Plants in large quantities, ' . DALLAS, 32 UNION AND 25. )EAST MAIN ST. Telephone IFOUrND. A one family, house of six rooms. Contnina nil tlio 1 of trolley. Rent only $13.00. Want J. T. PHELAN, 42 Bank. Street. , Take elevator. DON'T LET YOUR M3NEY SLEEP. uy a home. Seven room house, gar aen, etc, S. Wilson street, $2,200, $200 down. Choice of two suburban homes. west side, at $1,800, $200 down. oore , cottages to rent, furnished. Meadows End, $8 to $12 weekly. C S, Lang, 199 Bank St., Room 3 DALTON, S CO. florists. Are now located at 24 East Main street. , . , Air ready for business. Pictures and Picture Fram ing: Levitt Bros., MASONS, PLASTERERS, CON TRACTORS AND BUILDERS. Estimates promptly furnished.. Office at Fruin & Levin's plumber's shop. No 34 Canal street, , City, i ' Residence, 72 Griggs street- ; THE REID; SirHUGHES DRY GOODS CO 4i I n i Telephone 410. ' SPECIAL OFFER. Hor Otte Week Ottly We will MAKE to ORDER from any Dress fioos sbojjghj .at bur Dress Goods -Depart-'Ment.'.JsKJiFf-pS iH latest lAttTtLliSi: ' PRICE fdr'MAK I N G,: $ 3. 5 Oreach; 7 u ,7 T-' f5 Si 4 t'T TTTT TTTT'V'TTTTTTTTTTTyTtTTTVTTyTyyTTTTTy SfLKS Special mlues in 'Black Taffeta, 20 inches wide, every yard guaranteed, the greatest value ever offered in this city, price 59e per yard. ' Black Taffeta, 27 Inches wide, regular $1.25 quality, a good lining silk, price 70c per yard. ' ' ' Black French Taffeta, 22 inches wide, beautiful finish and superb lustre, regular $1.23 quality, price $1.00 per yard. ,r ,,, . : , , BLACK, SILK MOIRES We are showing this most desirable silk in a va riety of new weaves; small,, medium and large designs, very stylish and desirable iof waists, gowns and long coats? It ' will be the' season's' leading fabric;'21 inches wide, nil Bilk arid very lustrous and durable, price $1.25 per yard. Was never better than it is now. . .We serve it in our. par lors, we deliver it to your home. We also make a special effort in our Wedding Cake department. '. :1?r o tt B akin jr Co. 122 EAST To Bent 5 room Flat. 'f&f S!?JLL are READY Suits, $1,25, $1,50, Boys' Short Pants, Boys' Gaps, 21c. Boys' Shirt Waists, Boys S JO LADIES' CLOAKS and " , SUITS MADE TO ORDER With our easy payment system c R j D T 0 A L L Remember THE PLACE Manhattan Clothing & Cloak Co. T 199 Bank St., Prichard Bl'd'g, v.r . Room 3, Upstairs. . A GOOD HORSE attached to. an up-to-date carriage, and your wife, who needs an outing, beside you, will Kake you feel good and may save doctor's bills. ' If not married take somebody's daughter whom you know you would like for a wife. Go to 46 SPRING STREET PHONE 605-2 ' BROWN & CRANE, ; Undertakers and , Funeral Directors 152 East Main Street., ' Telephone call 123-15. , Night calls answered at store or District Telegraph office. H. J. Crane, residence 3G Elizabeth street; telephone 133-23. . T. H. Brown,5 residence 152 East Ma in , street: telephons: 123-15. MAIN STEEET. of SI PER I WEEK. cnooiuits We want to sell you your Boys' Clothing. We have made extra efforts to have a stock r with prices within the preach of alL Every suit is warranted to give satisfaction, $2, $2,50 and $3, 21c, 47c. 21c, 50c. Co, lduff Greatly Enlarged, Our HHUnery Department Has been largely increased aud is in charge of " MADAM TEWEY of New York, who lately returned from Paris and the continentwhom we were fortunate to secure, with a full corps of competent milliners, who are now copying all the designs of the French and Domestic Novelties of "Df earners" This department will un doubtedly fill the gap that was badly needed, where the most skeptical tastes can . be satisfied. In all other departments full preparations are being made for the . . FALL OPENIMi which ' will ' be' 'shortly " an nounced, , . Don't fail to call Guaranfoe Credit Clothing o. 53 and EvMain St. and 1 5 Phoenix Ave. WAV ?ias fbqen ayrettnficarpeYaiitk'H, but how we are having a splendid lot ot nay come in. we are sure we can please both horse and master now. Hominy Meal, If kept: in .bins too long, becomes stringy and loses its sweetness. We have Just unloaded a splendid car.t' . , Oats are low enough now so that everybody can afford to feed them. Jew ones are In and very much lower than old ones; they have re-cleaned. . We. are the only ones in town that keep Blatchford's Calf -Meal and can give you any quantity you want. 92 Axle Oil Is the king oil of the day. We have It in pint, quart and gallou cans. " , ; '::;; . If your chickens are hungry, call or telephone us and we can remedy it. The Piatt 'Phone 334. i- ' SO BENEDICT STREET ! , WHEN IT COMES TO Ranges and Records the Magee Grand and Cottage tages the lead. Here is a sample of what hapr pened recently: Three hundred and ten loaves of bread were baked In one of these ranges In G hours and 28 minutes, and lSVz lbs of coal were consumed. This ought to go for considerable to those who thinK of having a new range. We have in stock four carloalls of Ranges and Heating Stoves that we bought before, the advance. We will save 3Tou 10 per cent. Complete line of Preserving Kettles, agate, Stranskey and Mazaline ware, In stock, and all warranted. BARLOW BROS CO 63-05- G7 GRAND STREET If Your Old Plumber Cannot Come, Try Us. . . , , We don't want to deprive him - - m i at it of a job, but wisn to assist mose who have trouble with their plumbing. I 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. II. GARItlTY. 221 Bank St lelenhona 403-f. Frank Miller & Co COAL 11 SOUTH MAIN STREET, COAL ALSO WOOD AND CHARCOAli JOHN BYRON Tard near Plume & Atwood's. , Uptown office with J. H. Devereaua & Cet 23 Eat M&ia street. ' lili Co,