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WATERBURY EVENING DEMOCRAT, THURSDAY, JULY 16, 1903. DO YOU KNOW IT ALL? ProbaJblyi you do and probably you don't " If you aire not drinking the kind 'of Tea and Coffee we sell, then we are affradd you don't know It all. Of course the Tea doesn't grow espe- rlnlltr fnr'.na ihilt -W do OUr OWn buy ing and we don't go behind the door in saying we do know it all as far as buying and selling Tea or Coffee Is concerned. We buy only the good grades; therefore, we sell only the good grades. Well, there are others who claim to knowMt all. and If anyone dare say that they don't know It all they are liable to catch "Old Harry. It's only .last week that one official said that the other official didn't know it all and the latter is 1xund on prov ing he does know it all 'and has start ed In to prove it: of course, he's got a Job on hand. Not so with us; we can, without any exertion, prove to you we do know it all as far as Tea and Coffee is concerned, if you only give us a chance and we'll guarantee you'll be satisfied. If you doubt us, just buy a pound of our Tea and get four bars of Soap with it. Or buy a pound of But ter at 25 cents and see if it isn't belter than what you're paying more money for, or buy a pound of our Coffee and see the' difference compared with what the other fellow sells. Then come back and tell us whether we know it all or not at Phelan's T Store. 2 East Main Street Telephone. - Bos - So." (KILFLY.) So-Bos-So (Kilfly) is a liquid mixture designed to protect cows and horses from torture of flies. The electric sprayers discharges the So-Bos-So (Kilfly) in a fine broad spray. From 30 to 40 cows can be sprayed in a : few moments. It can be used on potato vines alsc. Put up in one gallon cans. ; HAMILTON HARDWARE CORPORATOR, (Successors to P. J. Bolan. . - 90-94' Bank Street. 1903 JULY- 1903 vat. 101. Tcxs. lm Tim. wi. sat. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1" 9 10 "IT ITTJ TTT5 16 17 18 T9 20 2 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 The Shop" Carpet Cleaning By an Entirely New Process. "E CLEAN your Carpets Clean and it costs no more than others charge.1 me Lapalme-Hoffman Co 158-162 Grand St. Hubar & Co. PAWNBROKERS, , Fine stock of Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry, Musical Instruments and Fire arms. Everything guaranteed to be the' cheapest and the best. ' ."P. S. We do complicated watch re pairing. Come in and-, find out for yourself. . ' HUBAR & CO 121 SOUTH MAIN ST. Optician. Prof Coulter. Splailst. ''.' Established 183 Thorough examination fordiseaso. refraetlva errors and muscle weakness. Holdfast tor ev 43 EAST MAIN STREET, 43. (Over 5 and 100 store.) That Wedding Gift which you are about to decide upon Is very likely contained in our Btock of Jewelry, Silverware and Cut Glass, THE Gaffney Jewelry Co 22 N0&7H MAIN STIiEET, CITY NEWS Carriage tires at lowest prices at 1'ouinans.' A son was born yesterday to Mr and Mrs Dennis Murnane of South street. M. Gavegan, agent for the Pilot, Is calling upon Waterbury subscribers to that paper. The Second division 'A. O. H., will meet to-night. Every member is re quested to, attend and have his say re garding new uniforms. The funeral of John B. Riggs will be held from his late home on the Water town road to-morrow afternoon at 2 o'clock with service at the house by the Rev Mr Holden and interment in Riverside cemetery. f The local Teamsters' union will hold a sort of rally at Buffers' and. Polish-, ers hall Sunday: afternoon at 3 o'clock to which fcn Invitation is .'ex tended to every teamster in the city be he unitn or non-union. , Several good speakers have been secured tor the occasion, and all who attend are sure of a royal good time. Patrick Guilfoile was the only pris oner before Judge Burpee" in the city court to-day He was charged with failure to support his family and he pleaded guilty. Still he said he was willing to support his wife and that hls. wages was picued out of bis pocket while he was sleeping in a lot near his home. The case was 'continued thirty days and meanwhile Guilfoile shall pay his wife $5 a week. - Failure to do this means his incarceration in jail. Petitions are being circulated . in all parts of the town calling attention to the old home week proposition which will be presented to the aldermen ask ing them to move In the matter. After the city; fathers sets the sear of ap proval upon the project then represen tatives of every organized body In Wa terbury will be called together and a ways and means committee Chosen and arrangements' for proper observ ance of the proposed semi-centennial will push along in a manner that will please everybody. ' The union fair .committee of the A. 0. H. will meet to-morrow night to finish up matters connected with the entertainment given in City;' hall. As this will be the final session with ref erence to the fair it is plain that a full attendance is 1 desirable. After the fair matter is disposed of the commit tee will then have an opportunity to devote some time to the making ar rangements for the erection of a suit able monument on the Hibernian plot in St Joseph's cemetery, an event which will take , place some time in the fall.. v ' ' : , ; Regent Moran of ; the ' Brookside home said to-day" that the storm of Tuesday did n5t do any damage about the home. He expects better crops this season than ever before and looked for them right along, even when Tom 'Kelly thought there would be nothing in the ground worth saving this year. Mr Moran tried his new potatoes yesterday arid was surprised to find four or five large tubers cling ing to one stalk. This seems to be the case all oyer, town so that after all the fault-finding people indulged in on account of the dry spring It harmed nothing. There is good -grass, better than last season's, . and all other crops promise to yield well. The funeral of John Loughman will be held from the family residence on Bank street to St Patrick's church to morrow morning at 8:30 o'clock. Mr Loughman died while sitting in a chair at his residence in Harrison, N. Y. The factory he worked in closed yesterday and, the help crowded around to see the remains before they were shipped for Waterbury. Under taker Morlarty said everybody at Har rison appeared to have known and re spected John Loughman ana an reit his death keenly. A mammoth horse shoe of roses occupied, a place on the casket when It left Harrison, a tribute of esteem from shopmates and friends. It Is understood that a, delegation from that town will be present at the fu neral to-morrow. , , The amusement committee of the Hammer club, F. P. Brett chairman, has decided upon several outings to be held during the next few weeks.. A trip was to be made to Cheshire next Sunday but owing to the absence from town of one -or two prominent mem bers of the organization it was decided to put it off until the following Sunday. Mr Brett says that the club. never was stronger,' both numerically and finan cially, than at the present time and that 'a movement is on foot to double the entrance fee, make it $50, in order to keep the ' membership down to where it will not become unwieldly. The society is spreading and after this year it is thought that there will be a Hammer club in every town within twenty miles of Waterbury. , -, A carnival and picnic will be given by the White Rose club "of Naugatuck and the South End Social club of this city at Linden park, Naugatuck, on next Saturday afternoon and evening. A fine program of events'hag been ar ranged. There will be a "base ball game between two crack . teams. Among the athletic events will be two 100-yard dashes and a running broad Jump. Handsome prizes will be awarded to the winners of the various events. Dancing will be held both in the afternoon and evening. Music will be furnished by the Waterbury Mili tary band orchestra. Prof A. J. Lajller director, while Prof J. S. Sullivan of Naugatuck will be the prompter. Trains will leave this city for Nauga tuck at 1:40, 3:05, 4:40, 6:15 and . 8 O'ClOCk. ' ' .. ' ' ';. - An extensive assortment of wrist, cihatelaine. automobile and net-sukl bags is being' displayed in the north window of he Upson Jewelry Co. The line is composed of numerous designs and fine leathers, so that one has little trouble In making a election. They 1 are made rto last over night. The board of finance will meet to night. ' The First division, A. O. II., will hold its -regular meeting to-night. Miss Christine Kenney of North Main street is spending a vacation of two weeks with her cousin, David La vlgne of New Hartford. The funeral of John Neville will be held from the 'family residence, 20 Bronson street, at 8:30 o'clock to-morrow morning with a. mass of requiem at St Thomas's church and interment in St Joseph's cemetery. , The fire department was called last night to Kingsbury street where an other fire had been discovered in the barn at the rear of Grace Baptist church. It was extinguished without much trouble. This is the second time since Monday ' that the firemen bad to call there. This looks rather suspicious. ' ; r .'-,. ," t". 98 Fairview Street, 5 Rooms, First Floor, All Improvements. 3 Rooms 98 Fairview Street. Inquire 96 Fairview or JOHN J. SHEEIIAf 1 i " 223 Soatt Main 8t, Watertoy. Moriarty & Callahan' UNDERTAKING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. Might calls . ' '" Answered over th$ store, next to Poll's theater. Rinfc bell. Telephone. John Morlarty. Edw, F. Callahan. Castle's Bulletin WEDNESDAY. ... ''. Rib Corned Beef, 4c lb. Chuck Roasts, 6c and 8c lb A;full ; line of Vegetables, Creamery Butter, etc. The illler&PecftCo j . . . , ' x , Bargain Day Friday, July 17. At 4c Light and dark Calicoes, from 6c. . . '; ' At 5c Heary Domet Flannel, from At 60-AtlantIp A brown Gotten, from '7c. ' , M' At 8c Wamsutta bleached Cotton, from 12ic. . At 14c 9-4 brown Sheeting, from 18c. At 10c 45x30 H. S. milow Cases, from At 12c-45x36 best cotton Pillow , Cases, from 16c. At 49c White and colored Blankets, ' .from 69c. " At 3c Bleached and brown toilet twill Crash, from 5c. . At. 7c Extra heavy Turkish Towels, from 10c. - r ' ' At 7c Bates Seersucker ' Ginghams, from 12c. J At 8 l-3o Yard wide best Percales.from At c-jliadies',' ehort white, .Skirts, lawn ruffle, with two wide hem stitched' tucks,-value 50c.. At 69c Toadies', long Skirts, with Ham burg ruffle, value' 98c. At 49c7-Chlldren,s white gulm'pe Dress es, with hemstitched ruffle on neck rand sleeves, value' 75c. ' v At 19c Men's balbrlggan. Shirts and Drawers, were 25c. At 19c Men's white gauze Undershirts, short sleeves, were. 25c. , At 13c, 2 for 25c Women's ! pihk or . . blue fancy lisle vests, were 25c. At 10c Women's fast black lace Hose, were 13c. At 17c Boys' wash Hats, were 25c At 15c, 2 for 25c Black Four-In-Hand Ties, with initials,: were 25c. At 33c Linoleum, from 45c ; At ' 18c Cotton warp , Straw Matting, from 25c - - ' ' At 8e 36-lnch Fish Nets, from 12c. At 3c 36-Jnx;h Fish Nets from GVic. At 50c Best all wool extra super In grain, from 69c. . J At $6.75 Smyrna Rugs,".. 6x9, from ?9.U8. - At 45c 10 pieces .Tapestry. Brussels carpet, from, 6oc . . Castle's Market 7 Put on a Pair O; Shoes from our stock and gay with hundreds of others, "that's it," or the pair feel easier and more comfortable than any I have ever worn. We claim that Our Footwear Wai both comfort and style, whioh ia something every shoe hasn't rot. Our shoes aon c cost any more man oral nary footwear, but are much more durable. See our north window for bargains' in Men's Oxfords. Broken sizes. .' " , " B J 7 Exchange Hai 10 Cents. 1 mmm y.-. , Ladies'-, and Children's Hats, he price of which has been 79c and 99c." Your attention being drawn to them is sufficient. The goods and prices will do the rest. ' . I. CHASE Mailhiots Owing to delay- in getting building ready ; we will not be ready for business , as soon as anticipated. . . Sorry to keep our. friends and-customers wait ing so long: .? In a short time we hope to be able to meet the ipublic with a new store and a complete line : of New Goods We Have Med TO- - V 24 EAST MAIN STREET. F. H. LEWIS & GO Piano Dealers. This Rooster says that Pillsbury's Best Flour is the best known flour in the world and the best seller. $5.25 a barrel at Kelly's, if you give his man an empty barrel KELLY, Tho Batter CONLON BROS.; 142 and 148 South Main Street. . Half Price S sile To Close Out The Entire Stock Within . a Week or two. EVER Y THING Goes on Sale Ar about Half Price, Some a great, deal Less than half i :l Price,;'"- ' ' Nothing v Reserved. Double Fold Serges and! Cash-... meres, worth 18c. at going-out sate ' 1 8c '.. "'' ...' . . ". 40-lnch ' German Henriettas and ; Serges, yrere 80c, sale price 15c 1 lot Serges, Venetians, Broad cloth, and Silk and Wool Waists, were 75c and $1.00,,sale price . 39c 500 yards Dress Ginghams and Ma- r . dras, wore 12c and 15c, . sale ' price 5c Figured Larwus, were 10c, sale price 5c ... . - ).... i... .4 '; I ,.. 1,1s Very Fine White Lace Striped and Fancy - WtoJlstlngs, were : 18c to - 25c, sale price ' 10c . 1 'i i , Fine Silk Mercerized . Waisttngs, were 50c and 60c, sale price . . - 18c Yard1 wide Brown Sheeting, was 8c, ' sale price V ' " . ' 4c 9-4 Best Sheeting, 25c value, sale : . price - . , - ' i v.. - 17c . . - . : : .fy , v. .! .c , Handsome Figured Cretonnes, were 12c, sale price , 6c Yard wide Silkiallnes and Art Drap- . eries, were 12V&C and 15c, sale v price . 7c Fine Taffeta Dress and 24-inch , Japanese Silks, creami and black, '' real value 75c, sale price ,' S9c Men's 50c Balbrlggan Shirts, sale price ; ' - 25c Men's Fine Madras, Negligee Shirts, were 50c each, sale price 1 3 for . . . 90c '!!ra!lirQI!!ra:il3!!l!!a;i!!lB:i:!!D!IOii!:!QII!!D!i Iiluslin - Undervsar and Infants' " Outfits. Ladles'. Fine. Muslin Skirts, deep ..' ruffle, lace insertion, deep ruffle of lace to match, usual price' $2.00, sale price . $1.00 1 ., ... . ... i r -1 ' '. ; : r-:-i- . . . " -'- -Ladies' Fine Lace Trimmed Skirts, four rowa Insertion," cluster tucks and deep ruffle, real value ' $3.00, sale price $1.50 .' i .. ..: . i 1 : 1 .... i .':; . ' " Infants' Fine Hemstitched Slips',' were 50c, sale price 21c Infants' Fine Eimibroidered and Lace Tucked Long and 'Stiort . Dresses, 'were 75c, $1.00,- $1.50, $2.00 and $2.50, sale prices 29c, " 47C, 69c and 98c Ladies' 50c, 75c, $1.00 and $1.50.1 ' Corsetsi, all go now at 25c,' 39c, ' v ' 45c and . , ,".- 75c Special Sale in Jewelry. ., . Ladies' Solid , Gold Rings, were 1 were $2.50 and $4.00, sale price $1.00 Men's Watches, were $1.00, ' 69c Ladies', $3.50 Watches, - ' 4 $1.50 Ladles' and Men's Fine Gold Filled Watches, with guaranteed 7-Jew- , . ' eled1 movements, were $7.50, sale price . : ; v. . " , -. . $2.75 Optical Department. Glasses made and fitted to correct all errors of vision. . Satisfaction guaran teed. Each eye examined separately, free of charge. : Rear Entrance 167 Bank Street. CONLON BROS. MM li Zrk n w 4 i iivm in me oia xown xo-nigni, anu uic wcamer report says it is going to continue, so that you want H to dress accordingly.1 We have the kind of hot weather ii 1 goods that you want for yourself and boys. Men's Spring p 1 Suits, $7.50, from 33 to 48 breast measure. Crash and! liqen Trousers, $1 .50. and $2. .Blue Serge Suits the dress H ll cult fnr Kr4- MrootVioi- 1" trv T Inon nllrre tViin iin-ll 1 derwear, i light weight half hoseand in our Boys' Store, South Main street, we have everything that boys need for I Summer, from thin Serge Coats at c $2.50 and $3.25 forl boys from 8 to 16 years to full suits 'at $1.87, $2.87, $3.87 fj and $4.87. : Wash Suits from 50c to $2.50. Boys' Straw I Hats from now until they are all sold half price. 50c kind u now Zbc, $ 1 kind, now oOc, 0 VROM, STREET TO STREET. 88 to 96 South Main Street- 97 to 103 Bank Street. f!!!fflIiH!l!!niil!!n!!BIII!iBi!ira Jones, Morgan & Company s.do B anister Oxfords ... FOR;.. ooo oo o The. Coolest Lou Shoe Offer Ever. Jones, Morgan & Company. Full Or : y Set VcD ttoca&zx?. DR. KIIIG, DENTIST, Originator of Painless Dentistry. King Dental Go. 62 Bank St., Waterbury. . Pure Gold .Crowns... ....... $4.50 Pure Gold Filling ...81.00 up Silver and Cement Filling.... fiOo. ..Teeth Cleaned 50c. 10 years guarantee with all work. Hours, 8 to 8. ' Sundays, 10 to 2. Our 97.50 sets are the most lifelike and the finest fitting plates that dental science can produce. We make no better; there can be no better made. Unless you wish gold plates, $7.50 Is the most you can pay for a full set of teeth in this establishment. We give our personal guarantee FOB lo TEARS with each set. , LADY ATTENDANT. $4.50 a?, It ' the AffiM In Wfttrhurv whnrn crnM crowns and teeth with, out plates (undetect. able from natural ones) are lniiartnrl nnAit.lvlTr I WlliUUUk fun. - PAIMLESG EXTRACTION (When sets are ordered.) t X JL In Getting Ready For Your Vacatioh Let Us Fit YouOiit With i , Reclining Chairs, Window Screens and Door , Screens, Hammocks Hammock Ropes and Spreaders, Ice Cream ; a . Freezers, Lawn Mowers, Water Coolers, - t sV ; ' EVERYTHING IN SUMMER SPORTING GOODS. r THE D. B, WILSON COMPANY ( 13, 15 AND 17 BROADWAY. J v; Taking Their Dally OutlnS W)tb a good, safe liorse to drive would eave tbe ladles many doctors' fees. Fresh air Is nature's tonic, and you get your rig from this stable. C D.PINNEY, . . . . .. . Horses given the best of care. SCOV1LL ST. Protect yourself against the storms of winter by placing your order with us for your supply of fuel. iWe keep only the best, grades. , t HALF HOLIDAY Until further notice we shall give oru.teamsters Saturday afternoons for half holiday. Please order early for Saturday's delivery. . City Lumber & Coal Co. ,. 31 EAST, MAIN ST.. Close Inspection of our Special Brands will help you to understand why ; yon should stand UPRIGHT, SQUARE arid GIIANU! V-Jn a pair of' DODGE'S SHOES. . Our sales have tripled this spring on some of these brands. Behind this fact are many reasons. THE . RE LI ABILITY OF OUR STATEMENTS AND SHOES. The best styles and values all conspire to Increase . oui sales on Dodge's "Waterbury Boy". .... . .$3.50 "rtnrlffa'n sn" -vi Ralston Health" Shoe 4.00 "Waterbury Girl' . ... .......... 2.5Q Waterbury Oxfords ............. 2.O0 Nancy Dodge 3.0a Nancy ; Dodge Oxfords . . . . . ... . . . . 2.00 Jenness Miller ........ ......... 3.r0 Jenness Miller Oxfords 3.0Q , FOR CHILDREN. , Dodge's Rough Blder for . boys " " $1.25, $1.50 Dodge's Daisy for girls, 85c, $1, $1.25, $1.50 THE BEST SHOES IN WATER." BURY AT ANY PRICE. , , E G. DODGE & CO 4-86. South '.zh Si.