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WATERBURY. EVENING -" DEMOCRAT. WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER S, 1902. Ui f 1 1- 7 i: 1 S SURGEON PHELPS' DEATH. Superintendent DGran Thinks Another v Physician May, Take Up Case. The many persons in this, city who are - interested, in the case of unfortunate- John Kelleher of this cJty, who has been .suffering from an in jury to his spine for many weeks and is at present 'in the Post Graduate hospital, read with regret the,, news . published in last evening's Democrat of the death of Dr PhelpV ot New York, who was about to perform au operation upon the young man. The Dews was discouraging to Dr Ballard, Superintendent Doran and the members of the board of charities, who had especially interested them selves 4n. the case and had much con fidence in Dr Phelps. Dr Ballard had ! great hopes that' Dr Phelps would be able to perform a successful onpratinn and thus relieve the sufferings of the unfortunate cripple. He had even gone so tar as to raise a fund by sub scription to pay for the operation. A Democrat reporter talked with Snner intendent Doran to-day on. the subject, xie saia. , i was very sorry , to hear me news ot Dr Phelps's death. It was most unfortunate that . Dr Thoina should die about the time that he was io pertorm ...the operation. He naa already done a little operating on the feet of the young man and the re sults were most favorable. He would have shortly performed the main op. eration if the grim reaper had not cut uim aown. I couldn't say what tEe board of charities will do in the mat ter, which will no doubt, be discussed at the next meeting of the board. - The members of the board wish to do all in meir power to relieve the young man's sufferings and if anything can be done iur mm xne ooard will see that it is done. It is probable that another doc- torin New York may; be secured to periorm tne operation." . .-. CHRISTIAN ADVENTISTS. . y WILLED HER CHILD. New Haven Woman's Action Results in .Probate Court Case. '. New Haven, Oct 8. One of the most unusual cases in the hisfnrv nf th local probate court came before Judge Luvuigsion w uieaveland yesterday morning, when the matter of .the care or tne ll-years-old daughter, Annie, jxrs Anna Ji;; Harding, came kup for a hearing. On the . night before the momer was removed from- her East street home to the New Haven Wni tal for treatment for ; a disease from which she died on thftJ following-ft Patrick Kinsella. a friend of the wid ow, asKed the sick woman what she wouia nave done with the child in the event of any unlocked for happening. She answered that she would leave Annie in the care of Kinsella, signed a paper to that effect and three wit nesses also signed it. - ; v '; Relatives 'want the child -and in , eourt.yesterday were represented by -Lawyer Kleiner. James P. Pigott appeared for Kinsella. v Kleiner pro tested that the appointment of the child s custodian .should be a matter for the court's decision, irrespective of the paper written by the dead woman. His argument was that Inasmuch as .the woman had willed no property the declaration of her intentions as to the custody of the child could not -be re garded as a will, even signed as It was by three witnesses. PIgott re sponded that the paper had been drawn- in compliance with the statutes and -was therefore a will in itself; Judge Cleaveland reserved his decis ion;) r , - EPWORTH LEAGUE CONVENTION Will Open in St Paul's Church. Farm Street, To-Morrow. . TLe following is the program of the Ep worth league convention, New Ha ven .district, which will be held in St Paul's ' church, Farm street, to-morrow afternoon and evening: Afternoon session, 2:30 Opening de-' , votional services, Rev S. W. Tolesj "symposium, "The Relation of the League to Revival Work;" "Hqw May the League Assist the Pastor in Re-, vival Work" Mrs James B. Woolson, Watertown; "Evangelistic Services in " League Meeting' Edward T. Humphrey, Seymour; "Each Epworth Leaguer a Soul Winner," ' Henry Hoar, Naugatuck; "How Can the Ep worth League Reach Those Who Do Not Attend Church V" Floyd W. Fos ter, Thomaston; symposium, "On Ob ligations in Giving," "Money and the Kingdom," George H. Smith, Chapel street, Waterbury; "The Best Finan cial System for the Epworth League," I. S.. Gilbert, Waterville; "Percent age," J. V. Abbott, First church, Wa- . terbury; "What Can Your League Do For Your Church?" Mrs E. Irving Stone, -Bethlehem, . and Miss Alice Locke, St Paul's, Waterbury. Each i subject will be followed by ; general , discussion, in which all are invited to participate. ; Social hour, 5p. m." T Evening session, 7:30 Scripture reading; prayer, Rev W. W. Winans; quartet, '- by members of Watertown, league; address, "The Ideal Epworth Leaguer," Rev F, B. Stockdale. y Second Day of the Thirty-Sixth" An- V . nual Conference, To-day was the second day of the thirty-sixth annual conference of the Christian Adyentlsts of Connecticut, which opened in the Advent church yesterday morning. The election of officers took place yesterday. The Rev J. W. Davis of West Norwalk was chosen; president, Rev; Henry Stone of Wallingf ord ; vice president, and Rev F. S. Ains worth of East Norjvalk sec retary and treasurer. -, '' The following delegates were pres ent: East Norwalk, the Rev J. W. Davis, the Rev F. S. Ains worth; Tor- rington, the Rev Joshua Denton, Dr Bela St John; Danbury, the Rev E. Z. Ellis; New Milford,. the Rev Stephen Heacock; Thomaston, the Rev E. J. Lewis;- Southington, the Rev O. D. Woodruff; Waterbury,' the Rev James A. Gardner; Wallingford, the Rev Henry Stone; Bristol, the Rev George E. Tyler; Bridgeport, the Rev George ll. Wallace . ... It was recommended to the confer ence that licenses to preach be grant ed to Frank J. Curtiss and S. J. Bon- ney, Waterbury; G. O. Wilson, New iork; E. S. Raymond and F. B. Con verse, Bridgeport. ' - There was a large attendance at the conference to-day. j To-night there will be a preaching ; service to which the public is invited. - To-morrow the annual convention - of y the Advent Christian Sunday school will be held and on Friday ' the annual conference of boy workers. si ITS (TV 72-74 South Main st, Telephone 220. IMts-FflrSele-ToBeni Oil Cooking Stoves Oil Heaters In'view of the invisible supply of coal and the scarcity of wood , the ' demand for something to heat our homes and- cook our food becomes im- , perative. . . W,e know of nothing that will supply this need better than an Oil Cooking Stove 6r an !- uii Heater, we nave a good line of both at pres- -. ent and at lower prices than they will be later. NO SMOKE. NO DUST, NO SMELL. " Steex irct Prolits. NEW YORK, Oct. 8. The directors Of ; the United States Steer corporation have issued a statement of net earn ings for the nine months of the year ended Sept 30. Earnings, for July. August and September,' with the last uiuuiu csuixiitLeu, aggregate , $30, vt54,- b4d; total net earnings for the nine months, deducting : each" month's ex penses for ordinary, repairs, renewals and maintenance of plant, also interest on bonds and fixed eharges of the sub sidiary companies, aggregate $101,142,- 158. - Deducting amount set aside for sinking funds of subsidiary companies and depreciation, with reserve funds, makes the balance of .profits for nine months applicable - for the United States Steel securitios S00.3aS.053. GM NUTMEG GRATINGS. GREAT RUIN AT GUAM. Cftrthqaake Canard Groaud to Belch Fortli Water and Hod. MANILA,' Oct. 8. Fui-ther details of the earthquakes on the island of Guam are to the effect , that the most severe shock lasted three minutes and fifty five seconds. , - Most of the stone buildings , were ruined,, and the ground opened . and belched forth water and sand, y , , . The American marines had a narrow escape from death or injury, from fall ing roofs and walls of their barracks. They are now camped in tents. The new hospital .was wrecked. v, y . Governor Schroeder is affording fehel ter to the small American colony. Hev sent the collier Justin to Salpan island to assist the German governor there it any aid were required. The Justin re , turned' 'to Guam land reported that lliere had .been several, but not destruc tive, shocks on that island. , urn tit 01 BALTIMOKE, old, seventy-two ct. 8.-r-Samuel -Ar-years old, who was of participation in u-- 1 slaatlon of Abraham Lincoln, .:. id Pt LI home at Masonvllle, u Arundfl county. Arnold, along li Pr. Hu'IJ, Frank JIcLaughlin . s trietl and convicted in Un ti ring- Andrew Johnson's , 1 : u'i f. Ai'JioI'i and Mudd were - - Tortuws for life, but lyv lv 1 : ! j 1 1 Jtihncn Interesting Items Boiled Down ior the BefieGt of Cur Busy Headers. Secretary Kelloffer and Miss Marv Hall of the state board of charities in spected St Francis's hospital - yester day. , . . . Samuel W. Gledhill of Bridgeport has offered to the board of charities the wood from eight" acres; of land which he owns in Trumbull if thev will cut it and distribute it among the poor of the city: , Annie Deuitsch' 5-years-old dauch- ter of Mr and Mrs George Deuitsch of aienaen, was kicked by a horse while playing in a lot next to her home late Monday afternoon, and her chances of recovery are slim. A house located about a milft south of , Enfield Bridge. , at Thompson ville, near the- railroad track, wna hummi with" contents about: c o'clock lnst night. The house was the nroDertv of Walter Mason, colored.1 - School consolidation wa a carriM nt Bristol in Monday's election by a vote i a 10 zaa, without the question's oeing agitated at all. Th facts nr that two-thI;ds of the people did not know what they were votincr 011. - The bddy of an infant child, not mora than "one day old, was found last night in Mad river, TVlnsted, near the Beardsley house. ; The position of .the body indicated that - it had been aropped into the river from the bridge. The police are investigating. v In the superior court yesterday Jos eph Clark- of Seymour, charged with assault with intent to kill and murder Michael Carey in that town, pleaded guilty . to- assault with intent to. kill and was given not less .than one year nor more .aan two . years in state prison. , , N The shortage of coal is the cause for the closing down of part of ' the E. E. Hilliard Co's mills at South Manches ter, and the ad night electric light ser vice which has been enjoyed for the last few-years will of necessity be dis continued for the present and the cur rent will be on only until 1 o'clock. ' , Catherine E. Johnson; who lived at thehome of Mrs . Annie Gro ver in Hartford was found dead in her ' , juij 4 juuruing. jsne was found on the floor fully dressed. It is Bupposeu inat sue died Monday night She had evidently been preparing a plaster to relieve pain, just before she died. . -1 G. Raze Gager of East Hartford, whose spine was injured in a football game a week ago, was taken to St Francis's hospital' in Hartford in the ambulapee yesterday. His physicians believed that his- chances for recovery would be increased if he was In the hospital. ,He has been placed, in a plaster paris jacket and it is thought he. will recover. W ' r : Frederick JVj Kay of Pittsburg, Pa, and Charles W. Carpenter of New York city, members of . the freshman class of the Sheffield scientific school, were yesterday - suspended for six weeks by the faculty on account of their connection with the recent scrim, mage with the police. Kay and Car pnter were fined $25 and costs each in the police court on a charge of breach of the peace. , George Darling of West Springfield wa9 found .soon after 6 o'clock yester- uar wjimuS iymg Detween the tracks of the Consolidated road near Lona Meadow, in Thompsonvllle. in m conscious condition and fatally in jured. ; It is supposed that .a struck by one of the trains that pass ixiwusm 11 me mgnt or else he was injured While attemntinflr freight.. He was taken to Springfield on the 10 o clock train nnri Mercy hospital, where Tia m 0,4 half an hour later. He was about fin Tears old. Smith W. Haines of WinstAr! mitted suicide at. Bnrrville yesterday afternoon. He was the agent for the Singer Sewing Machine Co in Winsted and called at Mr" Humphrey s at Burr ville to make a. coilpptlnTi T.nto. in the morning he went out in the woods saying he was eroin? tr lnnir fni r. LEH1 CLEAN COAL; gives the very best satisfaction. Try a ton from us before you purchase y'our winter supply and ' we are sure that you will be so well satisfied that you will place your- entire order with us. . r John McEIligott. Office, Fitzpatrick & Glos- ter s, 60 South Main St. Telephone connection. THE TIME Has arrived 'for you to get fall furnish ings.; We want you to come In. look our stock over, compare prices. We are sure you. can find what you want, and at reasonable prices. SPEAKING ABOUT Warm Underwear. We have it. The sensible kind. Just what men who want comfort, combined with ; stylef need the -coming winter. TO RENT On Dikemaa street, 5 room 3, first ' floor; all improvements. Inquire of A. E. Duhaime. 45 Round. Hill street, or r.. P. Haase. 27 Center street. - 10-8-3 MESDAMES BARRY AND DION have opened their dressmaking rooms at Ko. 1?1 Bank street and will do fashionable dress making. io-8-o ANTED young1 ladies to do copying at home: nodecpwlnn' nnA ctumn tand- ard Supply Co., Box 238, Worcester, Mass. WANTED Voung lady to do" light house- keemnz and care for otia child. Address S. D. X. General Delivery. .. 10-7-3 TOR RENT 6 rooms 1100 West Main street- Modern . Imtrovemen:s. i2. 4 mums 128 Cooke strea t. Modern ImprQYetnents. lo. In quire John O'Neill, 131 Cooke street. , 10-7-tf ' TO RENT 3 or 4 larpo rooms and garden, $6 . per month. 199 Hill street. ' 10-7-8 TANTED-First-clas Trimmer. Must un , " derstand the trade entirfOv . ctoori n sition to right party. Also saleslady and good makers. Inquire at once.. Bargain Mini nnrv 251 Bank srreec. , , ' io-7-tf TXT ANTED -Boys over -14. Apply American " District Teleeranh and vice Co. ; io-e-6 rpo RENT A whole house ,nd garden, S5.50 per month. No. Uohnson avenue. 10-2-6 TRIOR SALE The property of the late Mary Kolly, at 424 Bala win street. .Inquire J. l Miuruu, an i wiierry Mfareeu ? 10-1-lm TO RENT1 Flats, all modem Improvements, gas. ete. Inauire at S3 Silver street. rnn minute from Trolley. . 9-30-ti TO RENT Two furnished rooms, 16 Union street Rent reasonable. , ; a-22-tf WANTED By nianufacturing house relia ble Derson to travel, callinar on retail merchants and agents. Local territory. Po sition permanent. Business successful and rushing. Salary $1,034 a year and all expenses. Previous experience . unnecessary Address Standard House, Caxton B'ld'g. Chicago. 9-13-tf TO Rent 5 room flats la Conlon Bros, build inar. all modern conveniences. Annlv ir Conlon Bros., 142 South Main St. . 8-9-tf ; TO RENT Furnished rooms, 50 Linden St. Inquire atL, C. Krooners. 280 North Main street-. ' . . . t-t Rogistrars' flofice. Bulbs, Bulbi , ...FOR,,. : ; FALL PLANTING ; , A large Importation direct from .Holland just unpacked. , Bulbs are first class this season, and tne price is lower than last year, wun tne exception of lcoman Hyacinths, wblch t axe Ja. ts.fe . nigner. Y'DALLA$r,- 32 UNION AND 25 EAST MAIN ST. - Telephone. ft JANHATTAW saying he was golnj? to look for fher. nuts. . About - o'clock he retuptiprl tn, Humphrey's house, comnlnin pel rf fool ing sick and was allowed to lie down upon a Deti. A.t supper time when nn attempt was made to arouse him h was foil rui -in ,t stupor with eves. pet. A note m(jieUnsr that li h;tc-!:r?.:.,i mi-. a'iiy with himself was hi a pocket. F.A. WenzelS Co . 25 EXCHANGE PLACE. Men's Toggery. : t ; ; TIMELY TOPICS " The Piatt Mill Co have a fine line of No 1 white wheat, barley, oats, bran; etc.- They feel ' confident about suiting you. ' ' ' r y ' Currans are selling all wool waistr ings for 19c a yard; 4G-inch cheviots 36c a yard; broadcloth OSc. v See the novelty metal ; buttons and ornaments for dress trimmings at Iteid J & Hughes. Silk and velvet ornaments. K. Dougherty is making a . specialty of children's underwear. Merino pants and. vests 10c each. The Ziglatzki-Marks Co have a full stock of window glass and putty. Wholesale and retail. ' , - . Full line of children's trimmed hats n t T. Chase's. Be sure and see his stock before buying. -Many bargains in flannelette goods at Conlon Bros for to-night and Thurs day. See ad about shoes. , FcJ? a nice line of fall house wrap oerS eo to A. Mailhiot's. Cuticura soap 19c. ' 'The Greater New York Grocery Co sell fine potatoes for 75c a'- bushel. Sweets 19c a peck. ' . ; Get your umbrella where they make them and you are sure, of what you get. Corner Bank and Grand streets. Clothing that . wears well and has style also is what Gately & Brennan can say of their large stock of men's and women's furnishings. Get the "Reciprocity" suit for your boy will stand lots oC hard wear. Sold by J. B. Mullings & Son. . Miller. & Peck ' have something to say about blankets and comfortables In to-night's ad. ' Call and see their new store. The" Fulton fish' market is - always supplied with everything a first class market should have. ' uring your antique mirrors to P. Pollak & Cos' and have them, regilded. ijoou workmanship, low ,prices. fte juu uju Aiajta vita ior a breakfast? 13c a package, two fdr 25c at xurnDuirs. . Grape nuts, best food, for brain and nerves, soid Dy tne White-Simmons Co 12c a package; cranberries 8c a quart. SUfirhteen Vessels Wrecked. ST. JOHN'S, N. F., Oct. The mail steamer ; Virginia Lake has re- turned here from Labrador and brings reports' that the whole coast of Labra dor has been swept by a fearful gale. Eighteen "vessels were driven ashore and are total losses. Some of the wrecked vessels had cargoes of fish on board. . The Virginia Lake brings home 139 shipwrecked fishermen,, who com posed the crews of the lost vessels. The present gale, with regard to re sults, is the worst which has been ex perienced since 1SSS. - i; 1 The registrars or assistants will be in session on Monday and Tuesday, Oc tober 13 and 14, 1902, at the following places, to receive applications to be made electors, . up to 5 o'clock p. m., Monday, October 13, and no later, and to revise and correct the voting list for the November state election: FlllST DISTRICT Registrars': office, room 3 Piatt block, corner fiftst Main street and Phoenix avenue. SECOND DISTRICT Voting booth on green. THIRD DISTRICT-Court room, City haU. . . K'UUliTH DISTRICT Voting booth.1 Grand street, near South Main street. FIFTH DISTRICT Kine's " - -ei store, 46 East -Main street. lA.Xli DISTRICT Carnev'a drna- store, Waterville. If weather is stormy or cold the as sistants in second and fourth districts will adjourn session to room 3 Piatt block, 43 East; Manj street,-, where all the lists are kept aiid ' where - voters should call and see if they, are properly registered. --Voters i having changed i xneir residence should vcali thfiro and make it known or send postal to that effect now. ' , - - JOHN BLAIR, . V . . c JAMEA. HYNES, . . Registrar of Voters. 10-8-5 - - . , . A HAPPY HOME. "Who docs not wish to possess itf-ho does not delight to see it? Will 'you be without one when you can purchase two bouses and 3-4 of ah acre of land on Bald win street for $3,000. Isn't this something M. it-i. !i i . . . T. PHELAN; 42 Bank Street Take elevator. DON'T LET YOUR MONEY SLEEP, -puy a home. Seven room house, gar aen, etc, S. Wilson street, $2,200, $200 down. Choice of two suburban homes, west side, at $1,S00, $200 down. Shore cottages -to ; rent, furnished. Meadows End, $S to $12 weekly, y . g. S,Uang, I99 Bank JStM Rdori 3 Waterbury Piano Store - 243AST MAIN STREET. - ar - Military - Band. Ckokcd to Death by Hare Beei RALEIGH, N. C, Oct. 8. A News and Observer special from Winston Salem says? "While at breakfast here Mr. E. A. Nelson, fifty-three years' old; a printer of Columbia, S. C, choked to death on a piece ot beef steak. It was noticed that he was choking, and he was carried into ' the yard. : A physi cian was summoned, bat Nelson died before he ix-ached Limy CONCERT a tt ct Promenade, ; Columbus Hall, Naugatuck, THURSDAY EVENING, 0CT9tli. TICKETS 25c EACH. io-8-2. ; Brown s GharcdaL 15c Looking forward to a "future day"' it has been our great effort to keep the price of Charcoal at 10 cents, and we regret thaty we' .''are now obliged to advance the retail price of Charcoal from this date to 15 cents. We trust we may be able, to reduce the price in the near future, y ; Yours truly, , ; Brown's y Charcoal, " 10-8-3 ' : - - - Will be ready for business in a few days with ;a full line . of Musical In struments..: Wb ' are sole . representa tives of the Pease Tiano Co of New York and would be pleased to explain the merits of the popular Tease piano--an instrument , well worth Investiga tion. ., We are also nrpnnrprl n An oil kinds of Piano -Repairing; Polishing and Tuning. L,eym Brosi, MASONS, ; PLASTERERS. CON . TRACTORS AND BUILDERS. "Estimates promptly furnished.'1 Office at Frum & Levin's plumber's .. shop, No '34 Canal street, City, r Residence, 72 Griggs street". Clothing and Cloak Co Credit tb Ml. Give us per week of your earnings and we will clothe ' your little household. Come and do business with us the whole : city won't Know it- We' do business-in aCONF DENT AL wav with CON FIDENTIALCpeople. Our line embraces the finest of. Ladies' I ailor-Made Garments to . be had in the . city. .Also a fine line of Gents' and Boys' reaay-to-wear clothing; Credit to All. MANHATTAN Glofh nig t Cloak Co ; v 199 Bank Street. . Prichard , B'ld'g;' .Room.?. 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 ,36 Elizabeth street; telephone 133-23. ; . T. II. Brown, . residence 152 ,,East Main street; telephone l23r15. m REID S HUGHES DRY GOODS CO Telephone 4 1 O. Novelty Metal Buttons and Ornaments. .7. Nice, fresh, clean goods is what, you' get from us 'in Buttons and' Ornaments fn turquoise, coral, jet. steel,1 enam eled Persian,; -gilt,: 'gun metal, "porcelain, jeweled: 'and. combi nations. ' " ' '''''.-. ' : Fancy ; Trimming" Buttons at 15c to $Jo a dozen; Large sizes cOc'to $10; o a dozen, ;: ' V . '-,; , Silk and Veivet Trimming' Ornaments in all sizes.'. . -Silk Frogs with pehdanit , ornaments at i$c to $oc each . -' Small Ornaments, 8 Jc to $spf jo a dozen. FALL Takes place this WeH nesday, Thursday, Fri- day and Saturday, the v 24th, ; 25th, 26th and 27th insts. AH bur de partments are now ' ready with a full line of Ladies Misses' Men's and Boys' " READY TO WEArC '."'. OR ' i: nilQTnM. UIIl 1IIMUL. Cl o thes of all the latest styles and fabrics. ; : Our Millinery and Fur Departments are in full blast. Your inspection is cordially requested. ' ;- .,' ... . ... Guarantee Credit Clothing Go, 33 and; 3? E. Main St and' r , Phoenix Ave. -: r vrotts 1 Ice Cream , Was never better ithan-it is. now. We. serve it - in -our; par lors, :we deliver it to your home. Ve "also" make' a' 'special effort "in our Weddifig Cake department. ; E:Tir,6ir- O'akiti s: .Co. 122 EAST MAIN STREET. WEDS ADOPTED DAUGHTER. He Past Middle Life and She-Said to . Be Only Nineteen. Danbury, Oct.. 8. In the -office- of Judge James Ev Blyden,ln Jersey City, on Sunday evening, Dr Louis G. Knox of this city and Miss Blanche Evans of Aberdeen. Wash, were married, Miss Evans had arrived from the west earlier in the day, in company with her mother, and was met by Dr Knox, who left this city on Saturday, without as much as hinting. td his friends here tnat ne expectea to?pe marnea. . - The bride is' about 1SJ years old, while her husband Is between 50 and 60. 'After the ceremony Dr Knox tele graphed the announcement to this city, but did not mention the name of the bride, who was the adopted daughter of his late wife and; until two years ago a member-of the doctor's family. She was known here as Blanche Knox Consequently ,the surprise of ; the friends of ithe cotrple-was great when they reached home, Monday evening. and the identity of the newly made Mrs KnoX became known.. " ' - . , Dr Knox, who is a leading pBVsiclan in this city, Is widely known 'as an animal trainerand his wife, who died here, a few months ago, was a" civcus performer known as Mile' de Granville. Her funeral created much' comment from the fact 'that no clergyman' was called to officiate," but an oration was spoken over the grave by Dr Knox. Mile de Granville adopted .Blanche Evahs,vwho was the .daughter of lor friend, Laura Ashby, a circus per former, when the ."girl was a small child, and she lived In the Knox home trafil she became reunitfd with h mother and went west to live. : Correspondence was maintaiuM ho- twec-n Dr Knox and MJsh EvjiiK-siftPr the death of Mrs Knox and resulted in marriage. : 1 To Rent 5 room Flat. . v... made ; . yo, No. I White Wheat s Something we have not' had for a.; year. Last, year we could not find any. . Now : we have some Extra White that sells for $1.65 per' 100. Wheat screenings, $1.10 per. 100. Victor Feed; Barley Feed, Oats, Beans, etc, are all a good deal lowen Call or telephone and' get our prices. Blatchf ord's- Calf Meal will fatten calves In six Weeks. ' Ask questions about it.,. - ' We are selling Nice nay, something" very rare for this year. Straw in large bales and Shavings all quantities from one bale.up. 92 Axle Oil makes a heavy, load run easy. ; " -..yy y y -y Dr Hess' Tanacea makeW hens lay. we sold Feed a good many years: maybe we could suit you. ' The Plafr Mill Co. . 'Phone 324. -iV ?. ..-..r'. 80 BENEDICT STREET - on usotmers ;.--ilffi,6NLY'-STbRE V ; . Yes, this is the only store where you can purchase a first-class Suit or Overcoat "Union MadeV It is not simply a few suits with the Label on, but Tiundreds, all sizes, Styles and prices o V r Our S10, $12 and $15 Suits . arc war ranted to give satisfaction, . -' "- : - .... ..... ... ...... ... Come , and see them. the chance .to show. We; are glad "of C- y7 Iduff Go UNIOPJ ClO VHEN IT COMES TO ; Ranges and Records the Magee Grand and Cottage tages the lead. Here Is a sample, of -what hap pened recently: Three hundred and ten" loaves of bread wero baked in one of these ranges in C hours and 28 minutes, and. 18 lbs of coni were consumed. This ought to go for considerable to those who thinm of having a new range. W e have m ptocK rour carioatls of Ranges and Heating Stoves'' that we bought before.1 the advance. We' will save you 10 per cent. Complete line of Preserving Kettles, agate, Stranskey and Mazaime ware, in stock, and aU warranted. . ? - BARLOW BROS CO 63-63- 67, GRAND STREET- j y , I " ' i 'l I ii i i i. I I : If Your Old Hutnuer Cannot Come, Try Us. . . y We don't want to deprive him of a job, but wish to assist those who have trouble with y their ( plumbing, 1 will ygive , you- the . service of the highest paid men in the'trade. lr you are thinking' about buying a stove : ask about the STAMFORD, it Will pay : you to inquire, every one praises it that has used ii We do roofing " and conductor work, ".'JLHi GAMIITY, j 221 Bank St Telehone 403- ; V Frank Miller. & Co 11 SOUTH MAIN STREET, COAL ALSO TTOOD AND CHARCOAIi JOHN BYRON, , Tard near Plume & Atwood'a. Uptown oCco with J. II. l)r:z: i . . , -'..