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WATERBORY EVENING DEMOCRAT, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1907.
Our Daily Hint
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If yo have got to go to market
With all rou wares, aad stand aa
bark It,
Yen ona-ht to know, If that's the ease
Our Want Paare Is yoar market place.
So place an ad or two today
Aad while the ana shiaes rake yoar
hay,
And as yon profit- realise
That It is wise to advertW.
WANTED
WANTED You to know that we
nave money to wan ou luhuiuio,
pianos, etc, on easy weekly pay
ments. Business couuueuuai.
43 Bast Main st, room 37. 11-21-3
WANTED Young lady for house
work." Apply to Otto Castrop, West
Cheshire. 11-20-3
WANTED Middle aged woman for
housekeeper in small family. Ad
dress Housekeeper, Democrat of
fice. 11-20-3
MALE HELP WANTED Would you
become a practical, professional
chauffeur or repair man without in
terfering with present employ
ment? We can make you one.
Positions paying $25 weekly when
completed. New England Auto
School, Towle's Garage, Harrison
ave, Waterbury. . 11-18-6
WANTED Cleaning of all kinds;
window washing. Satisfactory work.
H. H. McKinley, 59 Kingsbury st.
Tel 293-3. 9-22-tf
they have not $7 for a ton of coal
they can get a big bag of Otto Coke
from their grocer for a dime. 12-1-tf
WANTED Cast oft clothing of all
kinds; highest prices paid. Mail or
ders promptlv attended to. A. H.
Posner, 303 Bank st. 11-23-tf
WANTED The public to know that
J. F. Farrell has moved his photo
graph gallery to 50 Bank st, where
he is prepared to do all kinds of
first-class work. Children's photos
, a specialty; all work guaranteed.
i
iWANTED For the U. S. Marine
Corps, men between ages 21 and 35.
An opportunity to , see the world.
For full information apply in per-
mg, waterDury, uonn. 7-o-w
SomethingExtra
Coming in.
That is what every man who is
working for wages is looking for.
Let me show you an eight-family
miu n i rr ir inar rn n no nnnpni rnr n
JLfaTEIXVA I VIlVHAint 1
BP n a i v a a a a- sa. a i a u i -W
ICO Bank St. Room 12.
Open Every Evening.
For Sale
i f lnxcfe Rye Whfckrr
I A Business Block, Central,
LAI a bargain. Nearly 11 per cent
vestment; first-class condition with ROOMS TO RENT.
all modem Improvements; always At 159 Charles street and at 281
. South Leonard street Barn or
anted; part of tenants under long roomg inquIre
eases. Addrwss box 10, Democrat COXN DECORATING CO,
ifflce. SO Abbott Ave.
In l tattle Rye Whfckcr
f 1 bottle California Tort Wine I
St 1 bottle California Sherry Vfa
f 1 bottte California Tort Wine . .
- 1 bottle California Sherry Wfae
S3 bo) KUrkbrrry . - .....
kUforato Port Wlr
Ulformia Wwrry Wis
Vlifnrvia ABKrlirm Wiar .....
Masratri hw
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Buxton Distilling Co.
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Miscellaneous
LOST Between North and West
Main sts. ladies' gold watch with
initials L. K. engraved upon case,
Suitable reward to finder offered by
Mrs L. Reiss, 146 Round Hill st..
11-21-3
FOR SALE Big black dog. Call at
Kell's, Francis st, Brooklyn. 11-21-d
FOR SALE- Phonograph, slightly
used, with a few records. Address
box 449, city. 11-21-6
FOR SALE A Glen wood range;
will sell at a bargain, at 65 South
st. , 11-20-3
FOR SALE A one family house of
6 rooms in the north end, price $1,
700; amount down $300. For par
ticulars see W. R. Adams, 78 Ab
bott ave. 11-16-6
FOR SALE CJIEAP On. easy pay
ments, diamonds, watches and jew
elry. Everything warranted as rep
resented. S. M. rjchneer, jeweler,
198 South Main st
FURNITURE MOVED With care
by competent truckmen; also
trucking of all kinds. C. Griffin,
124 East Main. Telephone 123-12.
11-1 1-tf
THE DUTY is oft alcohol; that's why
the old Danbury Hat Store at 74
Grand st is selling a better hat than
ever for $1.90 and $1.40. Remem
ber the number, 74 Grand st, just
around the corner from Bank st.
Only one toll, from maker to wear
er. 11-5-tf
FOUND At 315 Bank st, V. W. Lu
cas's cigar store, one of the largest
and best selected stocks of pipes and
smokers' articles and all the favor
ite brands of cigars and tobacco.
Cigars by the box a specialty. Call
and see ua and you will surely come
again. 12-7-iy.
COLLECTOR If you have any
claims you cannot collect, let me
have them, and I guarantee results.
I am here on the ground and know
the ropes. I have agents in all
states, and can handle cases any
where. Frank J. Rametti, the col
lector who collects, 16 East Main
st, (room S). Waterburj. Conn.
NOTICE I do trucking of all kinds
and make a specialty of furniture
moving; also furnish hacks for
weddings, christenings, funerals or
other occasions. Prices are right
and service the best David Carroll,
83 Pleasant st Telephone 1127-6.
M. A. DULAC, builder and contrac
tor, stair builder -and cabinet mak
er, store fitting a specialty. Office
and shop with J. E. Smith & Co. 65
Benedict st. Waterbury, Conn. Res
idence 62 Tracy ave: postofflca bet
119.
$1.00 Full Quart
Thanksgiving Specials
For
$1.
$1.00
:.:::::.:::::: Per GaL
OLD
Main St.
TO RENT
TO BENT Tenement or 5 rooms,
second floor, at 632 East Main st,
all improvements. Inquire at 539
East Main st, cor Welton. 11-21-3
TO RENT Three rooms, $8, also 3
rooms for $10, centrally located.
ApplT. P. Hutohlnson & Son, . 109
Bank st, room 4, or 28 Park place.
11-21-3
TO RENT Tenement of six rooms,
first floor, all improvements, 85
Griggs st; no objection to large
family. Apply 235 Walnut st, top
floor, side entrance. 11-22-3
TO RENT Six room house, with
garden and fruit trees and vines.
Healthy location. No objection to
children. Close to school, church
and factories. Inquire 273 Cooke
st. 11-21-3
TO RENT Four nice rooms in fine
condition, all improvements, Bron-
son ave, near Hospital ave, to small
family only. Inquire 50 Grand st,
11-21-3
TO RENT Tenement of 3 rooms at
102 RidKe st. Inauire of Mrs
Morse, 80 Pleasant st. 11-21-3
TO RENT Cottage of six rooms,
with large chicken house and gar
den: rent reasonable. Inquire at
Boston Furniture store. 11-21-tt
TO RENT Tenement of five rooms
all improvements. 97 Griggs st.
Inquire on premises. 11-21-3
TO RENT A live room tenement
all imDrovements. eas included. 12
Tracy ave. 11-20-3
TO RENT Tenement of 5 rooms
all improvements, at 619 South
Main st. Call at E. Udelowitz's
shoe store. 812 Bank st, or fruit
store at 619 South Main st. 11-20-6
TO RENT Tenement of five rooms
all modern conveniences, corner of
Ward and Round Hill sts, $15. Ap
ply Louis M. RafTel, 537 North Main
st. 'Phone. 11-20-3
TO RENT Tenement of five rooms
all improvements, 26 Spencer ave,
Inquire F. Buck, 28 Spencer ave.
11-20-3
TO RENT Tenement of five rooms
second floor, all improvements, 107
Cole st, corner Union st (Union
sauare). Aonly 109 Cole st. 11-20-3
TO RENT Tenement of six rooms,
all improvements, new building,
553 South Main st, opposite Watch
factory, third floor. Inquire rear
of building. 11-20-3
TO RENT Furnished room, steam
heat and gas, bath room, in private
family; private entrance. Apply
141 South Elm, opposite convent.
11-20-3
TO RENT Tenement of 4 rooms at
342 South Main st. Inquire at the
above number. 11-19-tf
TO RENT Tenement of 4 rooms at
94 Wolcott st. 11-18-6
TO RENT Two tenements of four
and six rooms each, with garden
and city water in house; four
rooms for $8; five for $9; corner
Pearl Lake road and Dublin st.
11-16-6
TO RENT Five rooms, all modern
improvements; near center. In
quire of J. Gotleib, 93 Park avenue.
ALTHEfl PARK,
Baldwin street Look It over, com
pare location and price for lots 50x
150, and you will be convinced that
U Is a good investment
Our terms are easy. A small
amount down, balance monthly In
stallments.
We have sold several lots, and can
refer you to the parties who pu
chased and you will find they are
satisfied with their Investment
' For maps and full particulars ap
ply to
ROOM 9, 43 EAST MAIN.
JAMES A. HYMES & SM,
Telephone 111
NOTICE.
We would like to write your fire
insurance on brick blocks, dwel
lings, furniture or anything in that
line.
WILLETS& MILLER
67 North Mala St. Room 12.
Cltlzeas Bank Bld
FOR SALE.
Centrally located brick block. RuHt
only few months. Pays letter than
1 per t. Three thousand dollars
down. Four bniMing lots, two of
ih.m mrner Iota. Inrstixt at Uornlne-
fide. Will sH Try cheap. -.... '""
built nine room bouse, all Improve- I On Pratt place I hive a good 2 fam
ment. lot Wxl2a I-ate4 at Hun- j 'ir house that U a bargain for some
ker II1IL This would make a fine ; one.
home.
CHARLES H. DAY1S & CO.
Suite and T. S3 Bank St Tel 1151.
Good TUnss ftre Scares. .
I have a three family house
fcr sale, all Improvements, fa
West firt of city. Can b
boucht with $503 dawn. This !
is a rare chance.
John J. Geraghty
Bombs I ti4 t S 11 East Mala rt.
Estab. 1894.
Tel. 255-4
Save 1-3
by trad
ing direct
from the
makers
Exclusive in that line, largest as
sortment, prices the lowest. ' Come
and convince yourself. Look over
our excellent Hue of UMBRELLAS,
TRUNKS, BAGS, DRESS SUIT
CASES and all kind s of Leather
goods. Your inspection will . win
your friendship to trade with us.
Why? Because we are actually manu
facturers, not a commission bouse,
and all our goods are made on our
premises under our personal super
vision which enables us to guarantee
anil keep in repair FREE every ar
ticle purchased from us. Can't tell
you all the good things iu this limited
space, see us at
153 BanK St
Waterbury TrunK and Um
brella MTr.
Yes! WE REPAIR AND RE-COVER
UMBRELLAS, TRUNKS AND BAGS
in best manner at the lowest prices
aud short notice.
Fairmount Houses
and Lots
Are Increasing in Value
Constantly
Give us a Call
If You Want a Home in a
Good Locality.
t UUi
Boom 5. 108 Bank St
Tones-Morgan Building.
E. J. SULLIVAN,
Real Estate, Insurance
and Loans
List your property with me, I have
customers for two and three family
houses and blocks.
Fire Insurance in the best companies'
Money to Loan.
Office, The Frederick,
74 East Main St. Open Evenings.
A Good Chance to
Invest $1000,
I have a three family house, fifteen
rooms and large store attached.
Situated on a good business cornet'
and paying 770 a year in rental.
Will be sold for S7.500. 11,000 In
cash.
See
DANIEL T. FAHTtTflnTCN.
Real Estate and Fire Insurance,
No. 410 East Main St Telephone.
FOR SALE
1 family house, Edgewood avenue,
lot 60x125, can be bought cheap;
small amount down. ,
3 family house, Elizabeth street;
large lot.
2 family house. North Willow, one
ot the best.
1 family house. Walnut; sold low.
F. C. GRELLE,
108 Bank St.. Room 22.
Telephone 1346.
factory Property for Sale.
We offer the property of the Cross
& Speirs Machine company, located
at 31 and 37 Canal street. The lot
Is about 75x80 feet, building Is brick !
four stories and basement with pow-.
er. There are about 3072 square feet j
of surface on each floor, making a ;
total of 15,360 square feet, including;
the basement. It Is a well built
building and is piped for steam beat '
The flrst, second and third floors arei
rented under leases. The location I: ,
one of the best !n the city. We win .
he glad to take up the matter with
intending purchasers and furnish fur
ther particulars.
CARTER & JENKS
11 EAST MAIN ST.
FOR SALE
on Stone street a 7 room house and
acre and a half of land that you ran
buy for $3,400. 1600 down will take
It. It pay 12 per cent on price.
On Clay street a 3 family. 14 room
house with all Improvements. Price
lome in ana iib u wun me
if you are looking for a home. Terms
easy.
F. W. LAYVLOR,
a LKtitU. toa. (. J:'- Oti Erfs
Real Estate aad Inraraoce.
Bargains In
Real Estate
On family koasa oa Adams street
for a kotaa aad at a family block oa
, aaeat; aim serwal other bow! aa4
larvstKeats la all parta of tie eitT.
For particalars call aa4 aea ea j
TE03. XJLSTCSTLEeil Ectate Broker
Sooa IS. &5 Eaak Street
Levis SaHiisr.
Lous ui Xfidzues Antaxti.
WILLHELP ROOSEVELT
Speaker Cannon Ready to Aid
In Restoring Credit.
SEES NO CAUSE FOR ALARM.
Denies That He Is Opposed to Any
Currency Legislation and Declares
That Country Was Never So Pros
perous as It Is Now,
Washington, Nov. 22. Representa
tive J. G. Cannon of Illinois, who will
be elected speaker of the bouse of rep
resentatives again next month, arrived
in Washington to be on the ground for
the preliminaries of the opening of con
gress. Perhaps the most important matter
that transpired as a result of his ap
pearance was the development that he
and President Roosevelt will be to
gether in the rather embarrassing po
sition in which the party finds itself
working for the restoration of public
confidence and for the adjustment of
business conditions. The speaker has
been much impressed with the manner
in which the president and Secretary
Cortelyou have risen to the occasion In
the matter of allaying public excite
ment, and he will not permit political
considerations to interfere with bring
ing to success the next session of con
gress in the matter of legislation that
may be needed.
Another important development ot
the arrival of the speaker was the cor
rection of an erroneous report that he
was opposed to any currency legisla
tion. He made it clear that he is not
committed to any plan in view of the
multiplicity of measures offered by
various persons in and out of congress.
The speaker also proved himself an
optimist on the business outlook. He
believes that in view of the mending of
the outlook the only thing necessary is
for the New York banks to resume the
payment of currency and that there
will be a complete change in the feel
ing of everybody within two weeks.
He looks for a great change in that
time. Speaker Cannon when question
ed particularly about currency legisla
tion said:
"That is something that I do not
care to speak about at this time. There
will be time enough to decide what Is
to be done when we reach an agree
ment as to what Is necessary. I am In
favor of the passage of all legislation
that the country needs and In favor of
doing it a3 quickly as It can be accom
plished. But there are a great many
measures proposed for the treatment
of the currency.
"We shall have to hear what Is sug
gested by the president aud by the sec
retary of the treasury. Then much
will depend on what may be suggest
ed by the committee on banking and
currency when it is formed. But, as I
said, there have been many sugges
tions. There seem to be as many dif
ferent ones as there are persons who
think that there ought to be a remedy
that is to soy, almost every man has
a different plnn."
"What do you think of the plnn of
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Stylish Fail Clothing
FOR HEN and WOMEN, BOYS and GIRLS.
Fall Clothing is here, good, stylish, reliable clothing that
no one can find fault with. (j We sell Clothing, Hats and
Shoes for Men, Women and Children on easy payments of
$1.00 A WEEK.
Now when you can get clothing on easy credit terms, at
prices fully as low as any cash store, what is the use of laying
down the cash ? You can buy good clothing here, and the
payments are so small that you will never miss the money.
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TOPCOATS
The Best and Snappiest of the
season. AH shades. Extreme
ly sty lish and smart
S8 to S20.
OVERCOATS
Get ready for Winter. We have a supply of Overcoats
from which the most exacting can be sure of a proper choice.
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NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
GRAND OPENING.
GASSEL& ALEXANDER
Clothiers, Hatters and
Furnishers.
Our store will open to-morrow with a complete up-to-date line of
clothing, furnishines. hats and caps. To introduce our line of mer
chandise we will offer for our opening high class merchandise at
very low prices
off on
See our boys suits at $1.50, value $3, sizes 4 to 16.
Special offerings in our men's furnishing department.
CASSEL & ALEXANDER,
91 South Main Street.
financial relief that has been adopted
by the government?"
"It seems to have been ample. The
government has placed all the money
that it can spare in the banks in order
to relieve the currency famine, the
banks and financiers of New York
have brought $60,000,000 in gold into
the country, the banks have further
more taken out perhaps $25,000,000 iu
additional circulation, and on the top
of that the secretary of the treasury
has decided to issue Panama bonds
and treasury certificates.
"I believe that these measures will
be ample and that there will be a
speedy restoration of confidence and a
resumption of business. The uneasi
ness that has prevented the banks from
paying out money because they wanted
to protect their reserves is passing,
and in my opinion within two weeks
there will be a complete restoration of
confidence, a resumption of currency
payments and everything will be all
ripht again.
"ine country was never so prosper
ous as now. There are ten billions of
products waiting to be marketed.
These products are going to market,
and there will in my opinion be no
serious stagnation of business. I de
sire to say nothing more than that.
In my section of the country there Is
a big corn crop and a big hog crop. A
little farther away there Is a big wheat
crop, and there are plenty of steers.
The prices are Just now a little off,
but Just as soon as the country finds
that there Is ample money to do busi
ness the bonds will lie broken and the
crops will go to market. There Is also
no stagnation of business and no un
easiness such ns has been represented
as existing in the west."
7.00 to S25.00.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS,
all Clothing
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
TO RENT Tenement of five large
rooms, goon locainy, -a cergeu tu
Inquire 182 Baldwin st.
11-22-3
TO RENT Furnished room, suita
ble for lady or gentleman, top floor,
132 East Main st, west side. 11-22-3
TO RENT Tenement of 4 rooms,
corner Hayden st and East Main.
Apply J. H. Cassidy, 95 Bank st.
11-22-6
WANTED Young men, would you
like to correspond with refined
young women in Connecticut and
other states? This probably means
your future happiness. Money re
funded if not satisfied. Send 25c'
for list of names to select from.
Address Correspondence, 107 West
Twenty-seventh st, New York city.
11-22-3
NOTICE.
CITY OF WATERBURY VS J. AUG
1ST BANTER.
District Court of Waterbury, New
Haven County, at Waterbury, No
vember 111, 1907.
COMPLAINT FOR FORCI.OSURB
OF TAX MEN.
Ordered, that additional notice of
the pendency of the complaint in the
above entitled case be given by pub
lishing this order in the Waterbury
Evening Democrat, a uewspaper pub
lished In said New Haven County,
once a week for one week, beginning
on or before the 22ud day of Novem
ber. 1007.
Bv the Court,
WILLIAM M. GILLETTE.
Clerk of District Court of Waterbury.
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RAINCOATS
Men's Raincoats without a flaw.
Very swell styles and a large
variety.
S8 10 S24
Near
Jacques, 'J
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