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WATERBURY EVENING DEMOCRAT, FRIDAY. JANUARY 25, 1907. Politicians flEE VERY QUEER DUCKS" r ' Se how they are treating our post asaster Just because one gang thinks these should be a change simply to give another fellow a soft snap. Well, we're not In politics, therefore ve don't know why a man should b dropped when he is doing his busi ness In the 0. K. style. But we do believe a remark we heard right in font of our tea store the other day. The parting word was he'd rather have the devil he knew than -the devil he didn't know. 'Now It's pret ty near the same way at our store. When people begin to buy our tea und coffee and they find it's the nice tasting, O. K. kind, they continue to purchase from us simply because they know if they go elsewhere they von't get the same good quality; therefore they'd rather buy from the one they do know in preference to the one they don't know. That's one reason we keep our eye on the qual ity all the time. Remember if you want chicory in your coffee you must tell us so; the law won't let us ell It otherwise. This week we give a double meat roaster or 4 bars of Eoap with a pound of our warranted food 50-cent tea, at , , PHELAN'S T STORE 42 EAST KAHf SI. TELEPHONE. We want to close out our winter stock of Ladies and Gentlemen's Wearing Apparel and are giving some big bargains Come in and-looK them oyer. ,118 GUARANTEE CREDIT CLOTHING CO. 33 East Main Si A 15 Phoenix Ave. Big Pianos NOW ON AT The F. H. Levis Co 24 EAST MAIN STREET. Waterbury. Conn. WALKING This week, $10.00 F. BUCK 170 North Main St Telephone calL PARTY Slippers LADIES, one and three strap, Cuban and French Heel 51.10, $1.25, & $2.00. MEVS PUMP and Lace Patent Slippers. $1.50 and $1.75. Felt and Rubber Shoes. COIN. B20T and SHOE CO 28 EAST HAIS ST j Wedding Presents AND Wedding Rings rTEE EilFflEY JEWELRY CO. '' 72 NORTH MAIN ST. MEETINGS TO-NIGHT. Socialist party. r Brass Moulders. i Ladies' Aid society. Electricians' union. Stampers' local, 2076. St Anne's drum corps. Neighbors of America.' Court Shields, P. of A. Fifth division, A. O. H. - Pythian Aid association. Court McGivney, D. of I. Speedwell lodge, K. of P. Court Champlain, F. of A. Court E. R. Crosby, F. of A. Continental lodge, I. O. O. F. Plumbers and Steam Fitters. Waterbury lodge, A. O. U. W. Connecticut lodge, Int O. .O. F. Winona council, Jr, O. IT. A. M. Alexander Humboldt lodge, N. E. O. P. Rosedale camp, No 9615, M. W. of A. Hawthorne lodge, Sons of St George. . Townsend lodge, I. O. O. F., school meeting. Friendly league, commercial course in English branches. 7:30; domestic arts, seamstress 7:30, public school sewing 7:30, millinery 9 a. m.; school of housekeeping, public school cookery 9, 1:30; second course cook ery 4; chorus. CITY NEWS A son was born yesterday to Mr and Mrs Joseph Meehan, of 730 East Main street Thomas F. Murnane of Waterbury and Loretta McGuinness of Scranton were married at that place Thursday, January 16, by the Rev E. J. Malley. January, February and March de mand heavy clothing. Protect your iealth with a heavy overcoat now on ! sale at reduced prices on E. Z. terms at Spearo Credit Co, 120 South Main street. Monday we move to 50 Grand street (ground floor). The lecture in the Buckingham Mu sic hall next Sunday afternoon will give all an opportunity to hear some facts about the tenets of Christian science. Bickneli Young, C. S. B., the lecturer, has been nn active work er in Christian science for thirteen years and is a member of the Chris tian science board of lectureship. The lecture will commence at three o'clock and is free to the public. How annoying is It to have a watch that is out of repair frequent ly and in the care of the watch doc tor one third of the time. Buy a watch of known reputation, of un questioned reliability and save your self much annoyance. - Get a watch with an Upson guarantee. The Up son Jewelry Co, 68 Bank street For Rent, 54 Sperry St, 6 Rooms all improve ments including fur nace. Also 363 West Grove street. five rooms, up-to- date improvements. Inquire of Janitor, 54 Sperry Street or JOHN J. SHEEHAN Warehouse 223 South Main street Tel. 249 Rim 3. Purify Your Blood CALL AT Penn. Mdso Co's Store and get a 60c bottle of Beef, Wlna and Iron for 39c. It has no equal. Have you tried our Sardines, 7 cava for 25 cents. Two 15 cent cans of Salmon. 25 cents Large cans of Salmon for. . .10 cents Soused Mackerel.... 15 and IS cents Kippered Herring 20 cents Smoked Sardines 5 to 15 cents Finest Sardines 10 cents Also a variety of other canned fish at l'NN. MDSE. CO, tl FAST MA 1.1 ST. Don't FaU to visit E. J. Finn, the shoeman, and take ad vantage of the Grand Removal Sale now going on. Must vacate store. Everything marked down. V. B. DOST KS3 THIS 0PP0E ITCHY OH YOU WILL HATE CAUSE TO KEGETT IT. E J. FINN, THE SHOEXAX. XT EXCHAXCK rLA.CS. Mourning Hat Wear There Is nothing that could be de sired for v - . MOURNING MHUNEEY, . , but what can be found on our coun ters. A full line of Veils and Veilings. I. CHASE Store Opens at 8:30 A. M. TlteMiler&PecdCo Jannary Clearing Sale All our HORSE BLANKETS and FUR ROBES at '. low prices, to close them out AT $2.005 lb Hercules Blankets, big and strong, value $2.75. AT $2.50 Fancy plaid street Blank ets, from $3.25. . AT $3.25 Large size fawn team Blankets, made for hard service, from R0O. . . AT $1.25 All over burlap stable Blankets, value ?1.C9. AT $1.6& Odd lot stable Blankets, values $1.98 to $2.50. " AT $2.G9 Job lot of large ; sized street Blankets, values $3.39 to $4. AT $5.98 Fur carriage Robes, all colors, better ones at slightly high er prices. AT $1$.98 2 only, fur Coats, to close, value $25.00. AT $10.75 Single strop driving Har ness, value $12.50. ... Plush carriage Robes, . some . extra good bargains $3.39 upwards. The Mfller & Peak Go COME fiS Phone. fc3MM FburDdiwricstellyi39 I Saturday Food Sale Highest Selection in the State of Choicest in Beef, Lamb and Veal, Moderate Prices and Quick Sales Is Our Motto, POULTRY SALE Good Stewine Fowls , 14o Youn? Native Fowls 18c Boasting Chickens 20c GEESE! GEESE We have received 60 Young Geese of choice quality that we can sell at 18c a lb. . BAKERY SEPT 500 Dozen Crullers . . .7c dozen Coffee Cakes. Brown Bread. Bye Bread. Regular 10c Loaves of Bread... .7c; 5c size 4c THE CASH LEADERS, FREDERICK BUILDING. 68-70-72 EAST MAIN. IS This Rooster Says: Cs eaa build a storage reservoir at the Branch located oa the present stream and about 109 yards from the present reservoir that will stora 00,t00,0 gallons of water at a cost aot to exceed between $309, 00 ad $100,000. That would ba aa earthen dam, no repairs, aa annual interest of f lf.tM. no sinking fand. This reservoir will bo worth as maea tha Jndgmeat Day as now. barrlag earthquakes. If yon eaat and fresh wars go to Kafir's; II cents par eoasa. Don't Forget That we are selling all our Wool Blankets At Cost Prices, we bought too large a quantity this season, and our low figure will clear our stock untire'.y before long. If you need a pair it Is Just the time. At the Popular. Price Store. MAILHIOT'S 151 SOUTH MAIN ST. FOR THIS WEEK. Gas Mantles, double wire 8c Imported Gas Globes 9c Gas Tubing 4c per foot Stove Pipo and Elbows .. 10c each Diston Hand Saw, No 7 $1-05 Diston Hand Saw, No 12 . . . . $1-89 Stillson Wrenches, 6 in 50c, 8 In 60c, 10 In 79c, 14 in 98c, 18 In $1.49, 24 In $1.98. .. No 8 all copper Boilers .... $1-98 up No 8 copper bottom 98c up Buck Saws .... 39c up Large $1.30 qt Agate Foot Tubs, 49o 24-qt Agate Dish Pan 9c T. J. Magner & Co. CHEAPEST STOKE ON EARTH. 81 EAST MAIN ST. TeL 244-2 The MM.' Everybody .Knows Washburn's flour is the best. All we wish to tell you is -the price, ' s $5.00 BARREli, with empty barrel. Carload Just ar from the mill. It will pay you to buy an extra barrel at this low figure. 0. L D ickinson & Son, COR WEST MAIN & JUDD STS Mill and Elevator, 51 Brown Place Telephone 120. ; You want a CARPENTER, CALL Geo. Upham, Builder, 48 South Willow Street TO OUR Fine Bargains -IN- WATCHES AND DIAMONDS. Jewelry of All Kinds. REPAIRING. P. P. BECTON, Ko 25 EAST SIAIX STREET. With J. H. Dersreau Co. Always Open, Martin Berlin's Sons UNDERTAKERS, Cor. Scovm and South Main St Iclephona No. 787-4. - Xlght calls answered by Thomas F. Bergln, No ?S South Ba - street. Telephone, No 132-2. Patrick S. Borgia, 102 Walnut stmt. Telephone. Ko S71-2. EACI ASS COACH STABLES. Finest Hacks and Conches la tha city. Experienced and careful drivers. Telephone, 132-14. Always Open. n ft v MiWkto Sale J The cleaning up of a new, fresh stock, every garment up-to-date and our "Rightly-Made" kind; Overcoats that were $25, 28 and $30, now $20. Popular priced overcoats that were $18, 20 and $22, now $15, and overcoats that $12,1350 and $ 1 5, . now $10. There are a few reefers in this lot that were $12 and a few ulsters in the $20 lots that were $25..- Winter Suits double and single breasted, .'blue, all shades of gray, and in fact every suit was made for this season and is the very latest style, it makes this a very important sale for men who want the latest and best. - Suits that were $25, 28 and $30, now $20. Suits that were $18, 20 and $22, now $15. Suits that were $ 1 2, 13.50 and $15, now $10. - This includes every Suit in our Stock, except black. We have a few overcoats that are higher :.in price .than, $30, that do not go in the $20 lots, these we will sell at a reduction of $10, Overcoats that were $50, now $40,1 the $40, qualities now $30 One fur lined and fur collar coat, that was $115, now $95 "Our Boys Store Mothers; will find great values in this stock, top-coats, reefers and long overcoats that were $6.50 to $13, now $7.45. Those that were $650 and $7.50, now $4.85; and those that were from qo do to $0, now $2.45. Suits at the same low prices $2.48 for the $3.50 to $5 qualities. $4.85 for the $6.50 and $7.50 qualities. $7.45 for the $8 50 to $ 1 2 qualities. This includes every top-coat reefer and long over coats in our stock and every suit except dress suits, black and blue, there are a few " of these in the sale, lines that we want to close out, lines that we are keeping up are not in. IB. Rubber Boots $1. We have a few pairs left. For Girls 18, 1, 3; for Ladles 5, 5, 0, 7 These boots sold for $1.50 and SI. 75c. 4 A Swell $2 Button An up to date Qua Metal Button large buttons,; very stylish. Boston Furniture Co. Junction South Main, Scovlll and Brook Streets. POULTRY SUPPLIES Incubator Brooders .. . ALL KINDS OF P0UITST FOOD, EGO PRODUCERS. POffLTHY CITIES, SHELL, GEIT. BEEP 8CSAP 18o PACKAGE. ETEEXIHIjra FOX TEE EES AT ' D. D, 17ILS0II The It a-fl! tT 7a to take advent sice of these low prices: rresh Rboaldrrs Irtc KUookl Bosnt rriaw nib Roast 12c lbookl-r Stesk He Lrtrs of Lamb ; 14? Nattv Fowls lie Fsuey Roasting CUckena ... JSC Public Met. Phcns802. SALE Shoe, Pointed Toe, Cuban Heel; f ' ' , nMectu&.Ceznk Go-Carts Galore. We have the larmt and moit u to-date line 'of Oo-Carti ' on the inar. . ket 97 different pattenu for you to choose from. .Call .and tee the dii play. If you are in need of one now is the time to buy. CO U 15. 17. E Main SC I waierDury, conn. STILL THEY COME ! Kold Kant keep esjer buyers from Dodge's great 10c Sale. A tig Tbnrsdar added to tha mat tl-ednesday nlgnt trsdel Wk sboaldnt they spprerUte 02.70 NANCY shoes when ndvertlsed $3 Imes hav goae to t&50 and 14? Vtop' ara ratcklng on that this sale is straight. $3.15 "Waterbury Boys !" Wkerc ess yon grt their eqoal at $41 lOe dlstoaat aa rrerythlng U ilea's aaa Honrs s. Only a few dare DODGE, ll -A '