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(WATEHBUItY EVENING DEMOCRAT. WEDNESDAY. JUNE 15, 1904;
lend Your Hubby
and all the rest of the family off to
pood humor to-morrow morning. Serve
them our, Java and Mocha Coffee and
see how smiling! and good natured
they'll start off to : their -day's labor.
Remember our Coffee is a fine bracer
In tha mnmlnir- At vnil rtrtllht US. jUSt
lve it a trial and actually see for
yourself. And, say, when they come
borne for the other "two BQuare
tteeals," see that you serve them some
cf our delicious 50c Tea. .Of course,
!f you want higher grade Teas, we've
rirot them, but w mention the 50c
kind because it's elegant. Once in a
crreat while we hear a person say they
do not drink either Tea or Coffee, and
if you ask them why, they'll tell you
because it doesn't agree with them.
Say.' cucumbers, strawberries, Ice
cream, rpie, cake and lots of other good
tilings don't agrete with many people.
But that's because their systems aren't
as they should be. Then that's the
time they should And out what is the
matter. Either Tea or Coffee, if
brewed right and used properly la ben
eficial to health. We'have the very
best authority on beverages tell .us
so, therefore it must be so. If you
carry your lunch, remember we . axe
jrivlnjj a well made and very handy
lunch box with each pound of our
warranted good 50c Tea. And don't
for hein the nice tasting kind. .
Chelan's T Store,
V 2 Cut Main fit Telepho-Z -.
PreInventory Sale
of
all
Grades Until
July 1st.
157 East Main St.
i
THE MILL.
WANTED
A WIFE
Tn'fact, "all wlves to know we are
selling a barrel of the best Flour for
5,60 Barrel
for this week. Delivered anywhere
in the city. '
D. L Dickinson & Son.
STcrner TVest Main . and Jucld streets.
'Phon 120.
0
THE
BEST
MEDIGIHE
for nlne-enths of all sickness is a
(thorough laxative. Hugent's Fig Sy
jrap Is pleasant to take ahd is as ef
fective as the strongest purgatives.
jTt's a simple thing, but a good one.
fvVe put it up ourselves, so you can de
pend on it. Juigent's pharmacy, cor
oner Seovill and South Main streets.
; NUGENT' S PHARMACY,
'"'At the Junction, corner Seovill and
South Main streets.
I O
Five rooms, wi th all im
provements,, on the first floor.
Inquire on the premises, 25
North street, or
Brass City Liquor Co
213 SOUTH MAIN STREET.
I also have for sale a Cleve
land chainless bicycle with a
Columbia brake attached. The
wheel is in first-class condi
tion and will sell it reasonable.
.1
Uafcti Our Windows
For Wedding; Birthday
and Graduation Gifts.
We have in stock a nice line of
WEDDING RINGS, all styles and
at pricesthat are reasonable.
The Gaffney Jewelry Co
3 NORTH MAIN --ST. ' ' '
Papers
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COMING EVENTS
Entertainments, Fairs, '
Sociables of local Interest
June 15, 16. 17, 18 Queen's Daugh
ters' charity" bazaar at City hall, for
Sisters of the Holy Ghost.
June 18. First . annual picnic by
Naugatuck aerie of Eagles, Jo 640, at
Linden park. ,
June 18 C. T. A. TJ. state parade
end field day. Athletic events and
games at Driving park.
June 19 Dedication of A.' O. II.
monument. ;
June 21 Commencement e-tclsea
Notre Dame convent. 7:30 p. m.
June 23 Lawn fete, under the a-ns-plees
of St Mary Magdalene's church.
Oakrllle; good entertainment and
dancing.
, June 24 Leap year party by the
young ladles of Brooklyn at B. A. O.
hall.
June 24 Second annual commence
ment of St Thomas's school. City hall,
s o'clock sharp.
July 2 Carnival, Picnic and Ath
letic sports by Co E, First Regt, Hi
bernian Rifles at the Driving park.
July 4 Second grand carnival , and
picnic given "by South End S. C. and
Waterbnry Driving association at
Driving park; horse racing and athletic
sports. . ' .
July 4 Excursion1 by the Brooklyn
Athletic Club to Savin Rock and the
White City 4
August 15 Festival by Vittorio Em
manuele II Societv at Driving park.
CITY NEWS
Moriarty'a ' undertaking night calls
ar answered at the office door, 135
Broadway up one flight, or telephone
from any part of city. 3r5-3.
Preparations for the Oakville lawn
fete are progressing very favorably
and those who have attended any en
tertainment in Oakville await earnest
ly and are anxious for the next date
to-be announced. June 23 is-?, the
time. -
' Linden park ' will be the scene of
lively times on next Saturday when
the Naugatuck aerie of Eagles give
their first annual picnic. Many Wa
terbury members will attend, therebjr
assisting the local baseball team on to
victory with their screams.
There is going to be lots of sport
judging from the program for Satur
day 'and you will need that new sujt
then. TJpson Singleton -& Co's is a
good place to, find the kind you want
at the price you want to pay and they
"make good" any cause for dissatis
faction, no matter what it is.
, , A new optician has entered the field
in this city. In the person of O'Leary,
the optician, who will open quarters
in Jones, Morgan & Co's building, room
2, on Saturday. He lias all new ma
chinery for the manufacture and fit
ting of glasses and will try the eyes
and fit the glasses .while you wait.
Clerk Marsh of the superior court;-' as
conservator over Attorney Walter I u
Frisbie, has been granted an order by
the probate court to sell his ward's
household- effects. ' The auction will
take place on the premises, 178 Hillside
avenue, Saturday afternoon. Mr Fris
bie is confined in a sanitarium in Hart
ford. -
The assets of the Sullivan Bros,
James and William, who have been
forced into the bankrupts' court," are
$703.07. and their liabilities $1,061.80.
The Sulllvans conducted a meat store
on South Main street and last week it
closed by an attachment for $'
for the Cudahy Parking Co. Then
schedule contains these items: Due on
open accounts. $501.39; household
goods, $100: tools and machinery, $105;
property said to be exempt $100; stock
In trade, $94.30. ,
,F. B. and A. E. Rice, purchasers of
the-Atwood propertv on Grand street,
were making survey on the; ground
to-day and said that they will com
mence operations for a new block vm
the place right away. Gilmore, the
blacksmith, who has been there for
years, will have to find a new shop.
The property is all right for a busi
ness block. After the new postoffi.ee is
ready for occupancy Grand street will
be one of the most frequented thor
oughf ares of the city, especially be
tween Bank and South JMTaln streets,
hnd the new owners of the At wood
property were sharp enough to see this
and lost no time in getting hold of the
only available site with one gxception
on Grand street.
The last meeting for this month of
the boad of safety, except one to be
specially called, was held yesterday af
ternoon In the mayor's ofllce. Except
ing Commissioner Daly all the mem
bers were present. Commissioner
Beach presided. A representative
from the American District Messenger
and Telegraph Co was present and ex.
plained a communication from . the
company to the board . regarding , the
placing of special fire alarm boxes in
factories or wherever subscribers can
be got, said all the" company asked
was permission to connect ; the system
with the city fire ;: alarm'-' telegraph.
When the' system is installed the city
will be asked to appoint a special po
liceman with power to investigate any
delinquency on the part of factory
watchmen, the company to pay him
and bear all other expenses of the sys
tem. The matter was referred to a
'committee consisting of Chief Snagg
and Commissioners Van Keuren and
Moran. Chief Egan's report of the po
lice business ?for the. month of, May
was accepted. .Tliis, : constituted ahe
business of the meeting. ,
The. man behind . the lathe , or any
other machine where perfect sight is
required, realizes his need. Shining
steel, minute atoms floating in the at
mosphere, work of mathematical exact
ness, all demand the aid which proper
ly fitted glasses, give. Let us fit you.
The-Upson Jewelry Co, opticians.
The property at the corner of Canal
and Grand streets, southeast side,
has been bought by F, B. Rice, who
will erect a four-story building on the
site.'
People who use Cole street respect
fully request Superintendent Hotch
kisa xf the street department to have
the road roller make a., few trips over
the crushed stone spread on that street
so as to make It passable for man and
beast.
The street department is doing a
fine job on Grand street, but some of
the wise heads think it piactically
throwing away money to go to such ex
pense with a street that probably will
be paved with vitrified brick next
year. It will cost a couple of thousand
dollars to get the ' street ,in proper
shape the way it is being treated and
suppossjj it does have to be torn up
in a twelvemonth it will be worth it.
There is nothing else 'to do with the
money and it could be spent in places
where it would not show to as good
advantage. .
ENT
Flat of seven rooms
in block corner
South Main and
Grand streets, new
ly renovated. An
ideal place for fur
nished rooms, also
five rooms 98 Fair
view street, first
floor, front and
side entrances, all
improvements. In
quire on premises
? : . " Or .. . ' ..' .
JOHN J, SilEEHAf
Warehoujwv 223 South Main St
Phon 103-8.
MORIARTY
Undertaliing ; on the Most
Improved Plan.
Hacks promptly furnished.
Night calls answered at office
door. Ring bell or telephone
35-3 from any part of the
city, night or day.
WEDNESDAY.
1,000 lbs
Rib Corned Beef,
f ,
yj v
Bacon,
Lean strips,
10 c
Hams,
Small Sugar Cured,
Castle's Corner.
? ? ? ? ? 2 7
. : ' .
Judge the Question
which are the most appropriate to your
needs, low shoes or high shoes. If you
want to realize that cold storage feel
ing which is so pleasant to the feet on
a warm day you can have it if you
buy a pair of our Oxford Ties.
If you prefer the high shoes, let us
fit your feet to a pair of our Patent
Leather, Tan or Black Leather Shoes.
IB. J. Pit-ii-i
17 EXCHANGE PLACE.
. JVe.ffire Green -4fr, dins SUmnjs,
b
b
12c
lb
Millie, tan . and Silk
Caps and Bonnets. ,
For Infants' wear are the at
tractions . in our juvenile de
partment. Attractive styles
and prices are the inducements
offered to intending purchasers
to visit us.
I. CHASE
ThoLllor&PGCIiCo
Special Prices Wednesday
flight and. Thursday
At. 40c, -La dies'; White Pique - Skirts,
value 98c. , . ; : : . , :
At 75c, Ladies' - Shirt . Waist -Suits,
were $1.00. ' -
At $X.G8, Children's Jackets, . all sizes,
were' .$3.00.'., ' ' :
At 7c, Fast Black Percallne, was
13V. .
At 09c. Ladies' Black Sateen Petti
coats, value $1.00.
At 25c. All Wool Double Fold Suiting
' was 4tc. , , -,
At 8Dc, 04-inch Bleached Table Dam
ask, f rom 50c. .
At 7e, 40-inch'lndia Llnon, froni 10c
At 394c, Figured Lawns, from 5c, , .
At 5c, Chififon Foundation , Collars,
from. 10c.
At 7o. Iadles' White Belts, from: 10c.
At 50c. Listerine, from , 79c,
At 49c. Children's Embroidered Flan
ner Short Skirts with waists, value
At 15c, Children's riain and Full
Rushing Bonnets, value 25c. ( 1 ..
At $1.19, Ladies' Long White Skirts,
with deep openwork embroidery,
value $.1.49. : . '
At $1.89, Smyrna Rugs. 30x60. -At
12c, Fancy Pillow Tops, from
25c. i . . ,-, , '
At $1.98, ' Large ' Hammocks, pillow,
valance land spreader.
At 17c, Agate Wash Basins.
At $1.25, Copper Bottom Wash Boil
ers. . : . i, ,
TherilerPecKGo
r.lailhlot's Nov Storo
1E1 SOUTH UAIN STRQISX.
Otir
Of Gents Undcmcar
W"e have a full assortment of more
than 10 styles and colors.
Balbriggan in black, tan and blue.
Swiss ribbed in blue and tan.
Merinos in different shades.
Fancy blue drop stitch Shirts and
Drawers, long and short sleeves, also
double seated Drawers.
IT WILL PAY YOU
to look at the bargains offered la
WATCHES
at this Btore. A specialty mad ot
Fine Wedding Rings. Tou can al
ways feet your Watch. Clock or Jewel.
ry Repairing and. Engraving done hera.
F. P. BECTON,
No 25 EAST MAIN STREET,
With J. H. Devereauz & Co.
it - jp
'-r sv 'W
This Booster
says he will sell you
Pillsbury's best flour for
provided you give his
man an empty barrel.
KELLY, THE.. BAKER
.fUSLIr C
To be Driven Out Twice
in Less Than 5
Months.
Store at 148 South
Jain is Leased.
We must vacate June 29th.
Goods must be sold. Great
Slaughter in Prices.
Furniture, Carpets and Ranges
and everything needed to furnish
house.
Chiffoniers $3.98
S. T. Mattress, 2 Parts 2.25
30 X 60 Hugs 98c
Oak Chamber Suits $14.98 Up
Hundreds of bargains. Call
and see the goods and get
prices.
14S SOUTH MAIN STREET.
WATEEETJRT,,CONN.
Colonial :
Trust
Company
Invites Special
Attention to its
SAFE DEPOSIT
BOXES.
Moderate in h rice, rentals
ranging from $5 to $100.00 per
annum, according to size.
Secure, in fire anc burglar
proof vaults, guarded day and
night by watchmen.
Location, central and con
venient. , 1
' " West Main Street,
Waterbury, Connecticut.
ESTABLISHED 1873.
Martin Bergin's Sons
UNDERTAKERS,
Corner Seovill &nd South Main Sts.
Ni?ht calls answered by T. F. Ber
pin, 75 South Elm street; 1 'S. Ber
Sin, 102 Walnut street
Livery, Boarding and
Hack Stables,
BROOK STREET. ,
Telephone connection : If one is busj
cnll the other: Office, G03-4; stables,
255-6;' residence, 333-2. . 6nr carriages
go to all trains. ; ;
Pablic
VISIT TH
GENERODS STAMP
For Your Weekly Supply of Groceries
We give starhps liberally in, every department. Our
Teas and Coffees lead the state for high quality . . .
$5 worth of Stamps with each pound of Tea..
"ACME BREAD FLOUR" 75c Bag.
$1.00 worth of Stamps.
$5.75 Per Barrel (with empty barrel.)
t $10.00 worth of Stamps.
Double Stamps with Granulated Sugar.
The Loaders, 161-163 South Main Stroo!
PAJAMAS AND NIGHT SHIRTS
1 '
Can show you a very large and handsome line of elthef i
Pajamas or Night Shirts. .
Night Robes made from cambric, muslin, nainsook, cot- j
ton and linen. Low neck or
50c, $1. $1.50, $2.50, $3and,$4,50. Extra sizes 18, 19 ancij
20 inch neck, 68 to 70 inch breast, 60 inches Ion. Make the f
large men happy. lry them.
, .. Pajamas in cheviots, madras, nainsook, cambric, sateen!
and silk. Made up in the latest
buttons. All sizes, extra large
The newest and leading
FROM STREET
88 to 96 South Main St.
Jones Morgan & Company.
Agents for Rogers, Peet & Co's Clothing.
The'
Young
Man
Jonesf Morgan
"MEET ME AT
We are always on the"lookout for lesitimate methods of increasing bus
iness, but don't take stock in gift enterprises of any sort, (among which
trading stamps are ranked.
In early days of stamps we were approached personally and by. letter by
projectors of the so-oalled "enterprise" and informed that we could greatly
increase profits by using stamps. In other .-words, it -was tirged that we
could by their means get higher prices for goods so much .higher,, in fact,
that -fost of stamps would lie-paid ;fori many, tiraes -over. in. extra profit s.; , -
! This businews was built. Tip" by selling good mercliandise at the lowest
prices that desirable goods could possibly be sold, and those methods will be
.continued. , " '
, We would add that we not only do not give stamps, but that we can and
'do easily undersell on each and every day those whose attractions are trad
ing stamps be the number that they give one or one hundred. We sell ev
ery thing needed to furnish your home.
FURNITURE, CARPETS, CROCKERY, STOVES, RANGES,
PICTURES, LAMPS, RUGS, ETC.
We are and have for years been headquarters for Refrigerators and Go
Carts. If you doubt it make comparisons.
BOSTON FURNI7URE C
At the Junction South Main, Seovill and Brook Streets,
Cash or Credit. "AT THE J UNCTION!
Have You a Lawn or Garden that Needs Attention?
' If so beautify it by using some of. our j
Special Lawn Mixture and Fertilizer j
' All of our GARDEN SEEDS are tested, and we
know they will germinate. ;
Th8 D. 0. IVILSON CO.
Builders' Hardware and Tools.
Marke
GIYERS
.high neck, with or without collar j
v
styles with silk frogs and pearlj
as -veil, 51.50 to $10,'
styles can always be found at
TO STREET.
97 to 103 Banil St.
Graduate should he partic
ular about his clothes--it's
a thing he can't afford to
talle chances it's a thin
appearance counts too val
uable an asset. Some grad
uates have been successful
without the aid of our
clothes, hut you'll find our
label on the coat collar of
most of the successful grad
uates, $7.50 to $20. Dress
Shoes and Oxfords $2.50 to
$5:'
& Company.
THE JUNCTION'
13, 15, 17, ' BROADWAY
. - Waterbury, Conn.
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Oxfi
Tf
f .c
5 to 8 65c, 85c $1.00.
83 to 11 75c, $1, 1.25.
Ill to 2 $1.00.
Sandals
2 to o, 50c; 5 to S, 75c; SYz to 2, $1.
oes
2 to 5, fiOc: 5 to S, 75c. 85c, $1.00:
to 1.1, 75c, $1.00, $1.25; llV-.to 2, $1.0
$1425, $1.50;
Crowd So
last Saturday night that a former n!p:'
clerk (Arthur Cook) coming for poih
shoes ordered was, drafted in 1
clerks from 8:30 to 9:30 and not n
-waited on promptly then. Things arf
cominpr . i.
Sh
f
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DODG

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