iWATERBTJftif EVENING DEMOCRAT. TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 24. 1908.
" ; ! "
We are thankful that we're living,
We are thankful all the time.
We are thankful for the tea we drluk
We are thankful It's not wlno.
We are thankful for the Stars and
And our dear old land of clover,
We are thankful with the politicians
That election day Is over.
We are thankful to Qjir patrons,
In calico or silk.
Wo are thankful to the populace
Who drink our buttermilk.
We are thankful for the buzzing
Our factory wheels are causing
, We are thankful if they'll always ru
And never think of pausing.
We are thankful, yes we're thankful
Just as thankful as can be.
We'll be always more than thankfu
If you'll always drink our tea.
Kememoer, your Drain is neve
twisted, your health undermined, o
your home unhappy if you alway
drink tea, coffee or buttermilk sold
PHELAN'S rv STORE
42 East Main St.
Buy Jewelry at a
Everything in the jewelry line
prices the lowest in the city.
Special bargains in cut glass,
china and silverware.
Watch and jewelry repairing.
$1 South Main St.
A GOOD DRUGSTORE
TO TRADE AT
We don't claim to be the biggeat,
best or oldest drug store on earth, be
cause we don't know about all drug
stores; but we do know that we :ire
doing everything we can to make this
a drug store where customers will al
ways feel that they are being well
treated and getting "full value re
ceived." Customers may rely upon obtain
ing pure Medicines, Herbs and Spices
of all kinds. Bring us your prescrip
tions and family recipes. Our drug3
are best and our prices right.
South Main, cor Scovill Street.
Thursday will be the great New
England holiday. The Democrat will
not be issued on that day. Advertis
ers please take note of this in prepar
ing copy for ads.
Hoys club. '
Company 0, C. N. G.
C. W. A. Dressmaking.
Court Wolfe Tone, No 28, F. of A.
Comstock lodge, No 13, K. of C.
Toantlc tribe, No 22, 1. O. R. M.
"CURVE DAT POSSUM"
Says the Negro Song.
Upson, Singleton & Co's "cash
store" prices are money savers
heavy wool trousers $3.
John C. Sherwood of the Colby
Sherwood Shoe Co, is ill at his home
on KIdgewood street with typhoid
For special bargains in imported
and domestic liquors and wines for
Thanksgiving go to Frank Brothers,
corner South Main and Union streets
Beginning to-morrow the morning
shop cars which were taken oft by
the trolley company on account of
lack of power will be put on again.
The night cars also which were
taken off will be put back.
Some time ago C. Jerome Bailey
sued John Wacewycz for $100 for
services as architect and superinten
dent on a building. The case was
tried yesterday in the city court and
judgment was given the defendant
to recover his costs.
It was not the telephone oeonle
that Judge Cowell had th0 run in
with yeslerday about putting a nole
in the sidewalk in Exchange place,
but the Western Union people, who
don't hesitate to use the streets and
sidewalks to make- a home for their
poles whenever they want to. The
telephone people have so many poles
about town and are credited with so
many offenses naturally their name
comes to one's mind th first thing
when he gets his eye on one of these
huge timbers and in that way they
sometimes get a scoring for things
they are not responsible for. But
on the other hand a great many of
their offenses pass unnoticed so that
the kick they get that should have
been aimed at somebody else is more
than offset by commissions from
time to time when they are the real
culprits. In any case it is only fair
to state ttie rumpus created about
poles m the sidewalk in the west side
of Exchange place is up to the West
ern Union Telegraph company, and it
goes without saying that they will
come out of the rumpus without los-
ng very many feathers, if any at all.
Seasonable goods, attractive prices,
abundant variety are the points
that make our store the busiest
in the city, and we are always able
to take cure of more.
I. CHASE '& SON.
For this Evening.
PURE RYE. : : 50c
OLD BOURBON . : 50c
RYE GIN : : , : 50c
CIDER BRANDY : 50c
BLACKBERRY : : 50c
COGNAC BRANDY : 50c
MEDFORD RUM : 50c
CALIFORNIA WINES 50c
Materials For Holi
day fancy Work
Val Lace Edgings, Insertions,
Beadings, Bands, Motifs, Edges
with Beading 5c to 20c yd
Plain and Dotted Lace Footings
for Tiandkerchiefs. . 3c to 10c yd
Plain and Dotted Lace Footings
with Val Edging.. 10c to 23c yd
Cream and White Oriental Lace
-agings 10c to 50c yd
Oriental Lace Bands and Insertions
, 10c to 50c yd
White and Cream Nets, plain and
"gured 39c to $2 yd
Fleisher's Yarns are the best.
we carry complete -lines of colors
in Fleisher's Germantown. Saxonv.
Shetland Floss, Knitting, Worsted
ana ice Wool.
Wood and Bone Knitting Needles
ana crocnet Hooks.
Lamb's wool lined Slinner Soles
jnuaren s. ... 20c
Ladies' .... 25c
Men's .' 35c
A most complete line of Taffeta,
Satin Taffeta, Fancy and Velvet Rib
bons in all widths and colors for
Pillow Tops, Laundry Bags. Shoa
Bags, Tray Cloths, Center Pieces,
Doylies, Bureau Covers, stamped and
But It Is heartbreaking work carv
Ing anything with a poor knife, and
It is an utterly foolish irritation.
Wo are showing the most complete
assortment of Carvers in the state.
Every set a beauty and fully war
ranted, at prices that are right.
Glad to show you.
Hamilton Hardware . Corp.
90-04 Bank St.
Waterbury's Up to Date Hardware
American Express Orders,
Safe Deposit Boxes, .
You Ready for
Credit Ratings, Accounts Collected
70 North Main Street, Waterbury.
152 Chape!, 136 Fairfield,
New Haven. Bridgeport
HARTFORD, 004 MAIN ST.
Bonds 6c Stocks
Local investment! a specialty.
HOLMES & BULL,
C. L. HOLMES & CO.
Holmes Buildinz Grand Street
150 Rooms, with Bath, $1.00.
40 Large Rooms, with Bath, $1.50.
JAMES F. WILLIAMS,
Center Street, Waterbury, Conn.
20 lbs Gran
4 lbs for SI.
JOHN J. SHEEHAN
WAREHOUSE 223 South Main St.
Telephone 249-3. WATERBTTRY.
If you'll Give My Man An
friches every pupil to write a fine rapid,
bisine?s hard, in a course of 16 private
lessons, and no failures. All kinds of
tn ork executed in the highest de
cree of art. 167 BANK STREET.
Vc have some pretty desipns in Cut
t-'lass and Sterling Silver at special
prices this month for Wed
all styles and sizes.
Tea 24c lb.
you use it ? If not try
DIRECT IMPORTING CO.
151 Bank St. Up One Flight.
Fall time is cough time look
out ! Don't be caught with
out rubbers and gaiters. Don't
put off purchasing Fall Shoes
Our stock is complete
open to your inspection.'
GRAND DISPLAY OF
IS NOW ON.
WE ARE OPEN TO NIGHT.
Killed and dressed on our Plymouth Farm, will be ready for you
Wednesday morning. This stock is composed of Fancy, Fat,' Young
Birds, and will delight the most particular. Have a
Fresh Killed Turkey at 25c to
Our York State Stock
Looks very nice also and the price Is low 18c to 23c
The now well known "Boynton Stock."
Young Fowls ..... 18c
Young Chickens 20c
Stewing Fowls 10c to 13c
We sell a great many black .suits for this homecoming holiday-
There is nothing more dressy than a;, black coat and trousers worn
with a white waistcoat for an occasion like this, suits of this kind cost
$12, 15, 18, 20, 25, 30 and $35. They are good the year around
for dress or business. . It you need a dinner jacket or swallow tail
suit we have them for rent or sale'; we rent them coat" and vest $2,
full suit $3, and sell the suits for $25 to S 45." 'Full dress waistcoats
$3.50 to $8. ..-.:;
: . : . ' . ;.,, .... .... . : ;,, ' x ;.
Dress shirts $1.50 and $2, the former are made for us and are
an extra good shirt, the latter are made by Earl & Wilson, none
The nicest in town, 2 bunches
We make special mention of
Ladies' Gun Metal, Button and
Biucher Shoes at
N. B. We close Thanksgiving Morning at 10 o'clock.
Dried Fruit and Nuts.
Mixed Nuts (all new).. .1.... 2 lbs for 25c
Large Figs (all new) 2 lbs for 25c
Sugar Dates (all new) 8 lbs for 25c
Seeded Raisins (all new) 2 lb for 25c
Seeded Rasins (1907 pack) 2 lbs for 18c
Cleaned Currants (1907 pack) 2 lbs for 18c
Cleaned Currants (1908 pack) , 2 lbs for 25c
English Plum Pudding . . . . 25c can
5 lb jars Thanksgiving Mince (special quality).. 7. 90c Jar
THE LEADERS FOR QUALITY AND FAIR PRICES.
TELEPHONE 937. 68. 70. 72 ZAST'hAIH Sir
Earl & Wilson col
lars, best in the world,
25c, 6 for $1.38, then
we carry a full line of
their 15c collars, two
for a quarter, made
just as accurately and
retain their shape as
well as their 25c qual
ities and made on the
You surely will want
new neckdressing when
" i r
you dress ror your
dinner Thursday, our
stock contains all the
latest styles for dress
occasions. Dress half
hose, silk or lisle, in
black or the new solid
colors so fashionable
this .season, 50c to
In derbies we have
Dunlaps, and Knapp
felt, they cover the
price from $3 to $6,
in soft hats J. B. Stet
son & Co make the
best, $2 50 to $6,
you win nna a com
plete stock in our hat
you have bought
pair ' of Walk-over
shoes your outfit will
be complete. .They
cost $3.50, $4 and $5
Reliable House Furnishings at
Remember that Price alone Is a poor guide and It is always wise to ea
We invite you to visit us and examine our lines of FURNITURE, CAR.
PETS, CROCKER1-, STOVES, RANGES, LAMPS, PICTURES, Etc, Etc
BOSTON FURNITURE CO.,
South Main, Scovill and Brook Streets..
Largest and Oldest House Furnishing Establishment in Waterbury.
44 PUT MONEY IN THE PURSE " BY TRADING
For Thanksgiving Day
We suggest one of our Carving Sets or Savory Roasters. Our Una
cannot be duplicated In tbe city for selection, quality and price. We hat
also Universal Bread. Makers, Food Choppers and Coffee Percolators. Make
a point of visiting our store. We invite comparison of our line and
prices. Telephone 360 or 361 and our team will deliver at once.
Hotchkiss & Templeton, Inc.
. THE HUNTER
Guns, Rifles, Ammunition,
Coats, Pants,. Hats,
Vests and Belts.
Everything in Sporting Goods
The D. B WILSON Co.
13. 15, 17. EAST MAIN ST.
Miss Loretto G Mahoney
Graduate of Notre Dame Convent,
TEACHER OF PIANO
. Certificated Pupil and Assistant of
PROF. JULIUS BAIER
Will Resume Teaching Sept 10.
STUDIO 256 SOUTH MAIN ST.
s : Telephone 671. -
Clock and Watch
at ahort notice.
All work guaranteed.
F. P. BECTON,
25 East Main St
With J. H Deremtx ft O.
4500 Native Turkeys that
will be sure to suit you, weigh
ing from 6 to 20 pounds each. .
Native Turkeys per lb 23 -28c
Fresh Killed Chickens 1640c
Fresh Pork Loins per lb 12c
Fresh Shoblders per lb . 09c
Oranges, celery, cranberries,
mixed nuts, eta
A man, who knows nothing of
SHOPPING human nature says that,
"Oh, people light any of crowd!
Do they? How about a department
store lately opened? How about a
certain restaurant of which I know
where quarters are limited. In aU
cases where you see crpwds, people
either are getting good Talnes or
IMAGINE they are. If it is IM
AGINATION the crowds TanlshTTs
quickly as they come. Dodge crowds
hae been Increasing for it years. -Of
the 8 weeks In Nnmw a.-
- HW f l US
2nd. Tag day and rain, was poor.
The 1st and 3rd record breakers.
H. G. Dodge 6 Co.
THE GAFFNEY JEWELRY CO.,
ti HOEIH MAIS STE?,
25 Exchange Place.
Street to Street
Frank Kiely, Mgr
14-11 8. MAIN.
xml | txt