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The $1 a Week Man SPEARO CREDIT COflPANY 120 SOUTH MAIN STREET, Up Staf:c'M;i;;' NOW IwISTTON ! Suppose if any one should ask you what is a good store ? What would your answer be ? You probably would say, a good store is where good clothes can be bought at reasonable prices and where an honest man can get trusted without paying one cent extra for the accommodation. That is exactly the kind of a store ours is. Don't take our word for it, but come and see for yourself. People who never bought on Credit before are our best pleased customers, they tell their friends about us and their friends tell others. Those who have tried other Credit stores are simply astonished at the difference in price, at the good quality of our goods and at our square dealing, in fact some of them say that a store like ours is really a boon to men and women with limited means, and we deserve their patronage for these reasons : 1st we see that the clothes fit right to start with. 2nd, we have one price to all. 3rd, a child can buy of us just as safe as a grown up person. 4th, we ask no annoying questions, make no investigations; you come to our store the same as you go to any cash store, make your purchase and take the goods along. These Are Our Prices On E Z Terms: 1 Men's Suits. Hand felled collars, padded shoulders, in blue serges, fancy mix- lures and black, all prices, I From $7.50 to $18.00. IVIei-i's Hats. - 50 different shapes to pick from, all sizas, H&wi ' -. . . .-. ; ' ' ' - .'.v . . .. ' $1.50, S2.00, $2.50 and $3.50. Young JVIen's Suits. In coat and pants, pants with turned up bottoms in a variety of styles, cash or credit. $5.50, $7.50, $9.50 and $18 IVlet-i's Trousers. With or without turned up bottoms, for work or for dress, light or dark, Cash or Credit. From $1.50 to $5.50. Boys' Suits. Ages from 3 years to 16 in two or 3 pieces, the kind all mothers like, in a variety of mixtures. From $2.00 to $5,50 From $1.25 to $3.00. In all kinds of leather, strong and neat, big line, all prices, Cash or Credit. And Oxfords in Dongola or Kid, lace or button, all widths from C to E, Cash or Credit. From $1.50 to $3 00. Men's Shoes. Low or high, russet, patent leather or vici kid, for. work or Sun day, all prices, From $1.50 to $3.50 IVleu's Single Coats. For hot weather in Alpaca, Mohair and blue serges. From $1.00 to $4.50. Ladies' Skirts. In blue, black and brown, trimmed and plain, big assortment. $9 Down to $3 50. Waist Siiits. In white, blue and cream color, all the new patterns, washable goods From $3.50 to $8.50 Spearo Credit Company., I20 SOUTH MAIN STREET H 4-1 1-44 You will And lit an excellent good policy If you see our Summer Clothing for men and young men. We have (them In Single Coats, In Single Pants, In Odd Vests. We have them In Outing Suits and in COata and Pants only. How about that Blue Serge Suit? It is time to get it. The tallored-by-hand touch to our clothing can be recog nized as f a as the eye can see. You don't have to pay f rom $25 to 35 to a custom tailor to secure this touch of distinction to your cloth ing. $10 or $15 will do ft here. Nothing like our Blue Serge Suits as far as style, fit and wlhr go. They are sewed right and cut right, per fectly tailor-made inside and out, dignified, comfortable hot weather suits, and Shoes for men, women, boys and children that give satis faction. If you are short of ready money, open an account with us to-day to-morrow or the next day, and you'll find us at all times ready to please you in quality and price. Don't class us with the ordinary installment houses. Our methods are entirely different, our prices the same as in any leading cash store. Our goods are of the same high grade as in all upto-date retail stores, the only difference is, they sell for cash, we sell on E Z payments. Spearo Credit Co, 120 SOUTH MAIN ST, OVER UNION SUPPLY GROCERY CO. NUTMEG GRATINGS. interesting Items Boiled Down For the Benefit of onr Busy Readers. In the same tank in which his wife committed suicide a few years ago by drowning, the body of Thomas H. Newberg of Mystic was found yester day afternoon with a bullet hole through the head. Frank B. Newton of Middlefield committed suicide yesterday after- 2 "r,a; 'Cr " n 3.000 campaign hats, . . t 1 that ill coats, 3,000 pnir health was the cause. Michael Collins of Hartford shot and probably fatally hurt Pelligrlno Devito at 8:30 o'clock evening. The Italian fired four shots at Collins and three took effect in the abdomen, neck and arm. Mary Golden, aged 65 years, of No 23ft TTnmilton street. New Haven, who track. He was pulled off by men who saw his plight, when it was found that one leg and one of his fingers were burned. It is supposed that he stepped into a pool of water, and that tlie shock threw him down, as he says he did not step on the third rail. Advices have been received from the war department saying that the requisition for clothing and equip age made by Governor Chamberlin June 8 has been anm'oved and that the articles will be shipped. They are J 3,000 khaki ! rs khaki trousers, 1,282 i pairs chevrons, 320 camp kettles, 3, 000 hat cords. 2.400 hat numbers, 2,- was, 850 hat letters, 800 mess pans. Their; value is about $11,000. There are five public bequests in the will of the late C. S. Merrick of New Haven which was filed for probate yesterday. The New Haven hospital gets $2,000; the New Hrfven orphan asylum $2,000; the Training school for POPULAK PENNY A WOKD ADVS by last had not been seen Dy ner menus au nm.SfiS at New Haven hosnital $2,000: neighbors since Saturday morning, was , r Cfluv Home Mis8ionary association found early last evening ; in her room , dead. She had apparently been dead QQQ andoung Women.B Christian for three or four days, association $2,000. The balance of the Edward iNortn, x yeais um, m v. t t , M Mersick. the onlv daughter. It is said that the estate LATE WgNTS. ANTED Ladles as well as gentle ' men to know that recent Improve ments make our dining room one of the most convenient places to drop in for a lunch at any hour. Our 20c dinner, 6 for a dollar, is a popular fixture. Avery's, South Main St, opp. Union. FOR SALE Go-cart, cradle and crib, in good condition, nearly new. Price reasonable. Call 106 Johnson street, t 7-1-3 fOR RENT Tenement of four rooms, second floor. James Mitchell, 128 Avon avenue, Ben Mohr. 7-1-3 H0USEHOLD FURNITURE for sale at 1 1 South street. 7-1-3 Charles North of Danbury, was held by the police in Stamford at the j wji inventory about $350,000. quest or nis ratner to awini uiu anifj al of the latter. North was on Ids way to HrooKiyn, wnere ne mjwiwi to enlist in thev navy. IMPROVES FLAVOR OF CIGAR Original Process by Which Pittsburg Man Obtains More Satisfaction i' in Smoking the Weed. Lighting a new Havana, a down town professional man, after taking a few whiffs, blew into his cigar, says the Pittsburg Dispatch, and forced a lot of smoke out of the fiery end Then he laid it aside and permitted the spark to die out. When asked for an explanation ho said: "Well, I learned that habit some years ago, and I find that a cigar which has been lighted and then al lowed to go out makes a much better smoke. I take several vigorous draws in order to bring the heat well through the weed. If a cigar becomes cold while it Is saturated with smoke it has a musty odor; consequently, it is necessary to blow steadily and Quite hard before extinguishing the spark, in order to clear out -all the smoke that has baen drawn between the layers of tobacco. After permit ting the cigar to lie 10 or 15 minutes, or even half an hour, I find on re lighting it that the flavor has greatly improved. The why and wherefore I am not philosophical enough to ex plain, but I know it makes a cigar better. It also improves a toby. Try it and you'll agree with me." PENNSYLVANIA'S BIG TREE. Largest Chestnut in Keystone State Is Move Than Two Hundred and Twenty Years Old. One-Car System. The state of North Dakota owns a Street railway at Bismarck to carry members of the legislature to and from the capltol. The system owns ad op erates one car. On the farm of Irwin H. Scantz, who lives near Spinnerstown, Bucks county, Pa., stands a mammoth chest nut tree, one that eclipses all the rest of the giant chestnut trees in the Key stone state. Two feet above the ground the circumference of the trunk of this tree measvres exactly 36 feet. The tree's height is 60 feet, and ten feet from the ground are two branches, one to the left and the other to the right, and the circumference of the former is eight feet, the latter nine feet two inches. Ten feet above the ' ground its great branches extend, one i of them six feet four inches in cir ! cumf erence, each of the others a few inches less. Its boughs spread nearly DO feet. The age of the tree, says the Phila delphia Record, is known to be at least 821 years, from tales told by ancestors of the proprietors of the property on which the tree stands. No one ever thought of cutting this gianl down, ex cept in 1876, at the time of the Cen tennial in Philadelphia, when the ex position commission offered the pro prietors flOO for an unbroken section of the trunk one foot from the ground. What saved the mammoth from de struction was the fact that no saw long enough to cut it could be procured. With luxuriant foliage like that of a young tree, the monster chestnut still bears abundant crops. George W. Hewlett of New Haven, son of George T. Hewlett, secretary I of the board of education, received While playing in the street near his gtateg Naya, avndemy at Annapolis home in Danbury yesterday afternoon tJmt he hag passed a successful men Cornelius B. vAhearn, the 5-years-old taJ examination. Hewlett will now son of rnrricic Aiioarn was run mn- tnk th nhVRi(,.u examination, and by a heavy truck and both of his ribs were broken in two places. Three ribs should he be successful in this, he will be eligible to the appointment as were also broken and the condition of midshipman in the naval academy to the boy Is critical take the place of S. Howard? Baldwin The police have been requested to who was the original appointee and assist in the f-larch for Annie Sher- lost his life recently by drowning in man, the young girl who disappeared Chesapeake bay while on a Sunday from her home in Norwich, last Sim- soiiool excursion. day. Annie is 18 years old. but looks j Tne Aetna indemnity Co has been like a girl of 10. She has light brown (..lod upon to pay $3(0()0 ou account hair and brown eyes, and when she of R peculiar accident at New Haven. ioit nome wore a wmic uress uui uu One John Farrell was in the employ of the Eastern Machinery Co In Octo ber, 1903, and was putting in an ele vator at the factory of the National Wire Co. While so ensratred and hat Men on the engineers' boat Castle, which runs between Fort Trumbull and the island forts off New London, picitea up in rne race a ure preserver standing on planks fitted across the from the General Slocum. On Wed- elevator well, he tried to lift a wheel nesday another was found In the race to put in position overhead. The by a Nonnk lobsterman who was planks broke and Farrell was precipi- drawing his pots near Race Rock tated down the well, a distance of 45 right. The brakemen on the New division of the New York. New Ha feet. His injuries resulted in his London death. ' The widow sued the Eastern Mncmnery Co which was protected ven & Hartford railroad received or- by the Aetna Indemnity Co. .Judge orders Wednesday to be on the watch Wheeler, in the superior court, award- for persons who might attempt to ed the damages, $3,000. steal rides to New London to witness! the boat races. A large number have beaten their way in this manner in past years. Anton Geiger, an unfortunate young man who was recently found starving and dining on raw fish and flour in the Berlin railroad station, will be deported to his native home in Hungary. Geiger said he had been without food several days when taken into custody on the technical charge of breaking into the freight station. He has since been in the county Jail in Hartford. Harry Magnlzer of New Britain, a boy of 16 years, fell on the third rail near the Main street crossing about 1 6 o'clock last night while crossing the MEETINGS TO-NIGHT. Fidelity court. Third division. A. O. H. Court Lincoln, A. O. F. Speedwell lodge, K. of P. Mizpah colony, U. O. P. F. Sheridan lodge, N. E. O. P. Waterbury lodge, B. P. O. E. Connecticut lodge. A. O. U. W. Household Ruth, G. U. O. O. F. Townsend lodge school meeting. Court Stephen J. Meany, F. of A. St Ann's drum corps. Court Richard Wagner, F. of A. Waterbury Steam Fitters and Help ers. Court Champlain, F. of A. Liberty circle, No 660, Lady Foresters. TO RENT Two flats in Fltzpatrick'a block, at the corner of East Main and Wall streets. Apply at Fitzpatrick's drug store. 6-30-3w LOR RENT Two connecting furnished J- rooms, with bath, suitable for light housekeeping. Ter.ns reasonable. In quire Democrat office. 6-29-3 TO RENT Tenement of three rooms. Apply 727 Baldwin street, next to Washington street school. 6-29-3 OR RENT Tenement of 4 or 5 rooms. Martin Scully, 150 Sylvan avenue. 6-27-tf rpo RENT Flat of six rooms, all mod-1- em improvements. Apply to Patrick Holohan, Holohan block, 149 South Main street. 6-23-tf nno RENT Shore cottages at Meadows X. End; all furnished. From $10 to $15 ner week. J. T. Phelan, 42 Bank street. 3 30-tf f-vISTRICT OF WATJEKBUKY, SS. PKO JLi at Court. July 1. 1904. Estate ot Robert Mc Grath late of Waterbury in said district, deceased. 1'be.exec ators having exhibited their adminis tration account with said estate to this court for allowance, it is Ordered that tne 7th day ot July, A. D. 1904. at 9 o'clock in the forenoon at the Probate Office in Waterbury. be and the same is assigned for a hearing on the allowance of said adminis tration account with said estate, and this court directs the executors to cite all persons interested therein to appear at said time and place, by publishing this order in some news- Saper published in New Haven County and aving a circulation in said district. By Order ot Court, James J. Oasaln. Clork. ATTENTION, F. Ot A. There will be a special meeting of Court E. R. Crosby, No 120, F. of A., Ibis evening at 8 o'clock in the Brook lyn Athletic Club rooms, to take ac tion on the death of our late brother, John Gilmartin. WILLIAM DAUBY, 0. U. TIMOTHY KIBBY, Secretary. OR SALE A kitchen stove in good con dition. Apply at 68 East Clay street. 6-30-3 T710R SALE Lots at Lafty Crest at your -T own price. Free train leaves Bank street at 2 p. m. Saturday for auction sale. 6-30-3 i FOR SALE A good paying restaurant and 18 furnished rooms, always oc cupied. Eight years established, never closed. Reason for selling, poor health. Big bargain. Business per year, $12,000. Address Victor Scharton, 142 Belevue St., Hartford, Conn. 6-30-6 A GREAT COMBINATION For sale, a A nice fruit store with grocery. Place at 335 South main street. Business guar anteed. - Reasonable price. Address R. Cato, 335 South Main street, Waterbury, Conn. 6-29-6 TTIOR SALE Up-to-date drug store, com-J- p!ete stock; everything that goes to make a first-class drug store. Quar tered oak fixtures, Puffer soda fountain, also cash register. Established a little over two years. Will sell at a bargain as the o wner Is going to leave city. Address "Drugstore," Democrat office. 6-3-tf i?OR SALE It will cost you nothing to . look at 6 one-family houses, 2 with good barn and garden; lots of fruit. The others at about cost of building. Also two small farms three miles out. J. E. SAND 1FORD, 109 Bank street. DO YOU want a truss? If so go to Wat erbury Dru Co., corner East Main and Spring streets, and get the advice of an experienced truss man, who ras sold hundreds of trusses to satisfied customers. 7-9-tf KQiscellaijeous. YJU ANTED To move your furniture a VY reasonable prices. Also several firstt class turnouts to let, double or single; rub ber tires of all descriptions. A. M. Larson's livery and trucking stable, corner Water and North Elm streets. Main office 81 South Main" street. Telephone 253-4. 5-19-tf - T OST Pair of eye JU cracked. Ketu Cheney's market. glasses, to W. one glass Wookey, 6-30-tf A N EXCEPTIONAL Business Opportu xX nlty Broadway Stables to rent and business for sale. Barn full of first-class boarders. Unusual good reason for sell ing. A rare chance for responsible party. Inquire at stables, rear Poli's theater. 6-20-3 ILfONEY loaned at a low rate on real es iJU. tate and suburban property. Apply at 122 Meadow street, New Haven, Conn. 6-21-lm County Fairs in Germany. Annual county and city fairs are very popular in Germany. In Saxony it la customary to close factories and mills while they last, so that everybody can attend. PENSION VOUCHERS, correctly ex X ecuted day or evening, by George Robblns, Pension Claim Agent, 63 Center St. Fire Insurance. 12-3 1-Iy OLD gas and electric tlxtures made to look like new at half regular cost. Waterbury ElectHc Plating and Chandelier Co., Moriarty's building. East Main street. Work guaranteed, called for and delivered. TeJephona,243-15. U-9-tf TANTED Waitress house, Naugatuck. Apply at once. ... - Good position 6-30-6 WANTED Woman, middle age, to go into country to work. Good posi tion for right person. Apply at once i; Democrat office. 6-30-3 WANTED Position as general house keeper. Mary Perisku. Apply 10a North Elm street. 6-30-3 YJU ANTED People to know they can m get free ride to auction sale of lots at Lotty Crest at 2 p. m. Saturday. 2:07 from Waterville. 6-30-3 WANTED Solicitors In a business which appeals quickly to the family. Good money for capable men. Address P. O. Box 480. 6-30-3 f ANTED By the C, F. Adams cortv ' pany Hpusefumishlng dealers, a man with experinence for the Waterbury and Bridgeport territory. Call on tho Waterbury wagon Superintendent H. Hunt at the Chelsea house between 6 ano 7 p.m., or at noon time at the otfijse of Eergin's stable. Scovill St. 6-27-6 T AD1ES WITH SEWING MACHINES -U to work at home, Nothing to buy, Everything sent free. Send addressed en velope. HOUSEHOLD CREDIT CO., Vanderbilt Building. New York. 6-28-6 Y7 ANTED Old Soldiers to know that y T all are pensionable without regard to disability. At $6. age 62: $8, age 65 ; $10 age 68 and and $12 age 70. Have secured ten allowances since Juno 1, 1904. Apply at once to George Robbins, Pension At torney, 63 Center street. Fire Insurance. WANTED People to Insure their fur, nlture. Look out for fire, jamaa A. Hynes & Son, 43 East Main street, , Room 9. 6-23-12 XJU ANTED Housekeepers to call and V7 see our line of new and second hand Furniture, Stoves, Clothing, Shoes, etc. Special prices on Iron Bedsteads, Springs and Madresses. Bedsteads, $2.98; Springs, $1.98; Mattresses, $1.98. Abra ham Cohen, 246 Bank St. ' 5-23-tf "YVTANTED Men or women loo repra- sentatives for a high class magazine. Large commissions. Cash prizes. Wrtto J. N. Trainer. 80 East Washington square, New York, N. Y. 2-18-tf "YYf ANTED Subscription representatives" - by one of the largest and most popular magazines in America, to whom can be turned over each month expiring subscriptions for renewal; also to secure new subscriptions on a special pian which insures the bulk of the magazine sub scription business in - this locality. Maga zine reading is on the increase. wh one magazine was subscribed for ten yea ago, three are taken to-day. Even hundreds of dollars are paid out community for new subscrlptior renewing old ones. Most of thl sent direct to publishers, but to do business through a respc representative, thus relievlns of time and trouble. Our renew upwaids of 50 per cenl tions on the expiration Write to-day for authority ai dress PUBLISHER, box Now York City. . .?ri:- i 1 " ! .