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WATEItBUUV EVENING DEMOCRAT. TUTltSDAY, DECEMISEIi 31, 1008.
Our Now Yenr'n lnh lo all our frli'iiilM Is hupplnchH tiuil wire, To ull "Iki ilrlnK mil' fiiinoiiH ilriuUa, Pure ! rfco, enroll Hllil te:i, If von want kikiiI lunwii ami muscle. And it lir.iin as hinootli an silk. JiihI drink inir Ih.hIiiu xtlmulaiit Known :ih I'Iic'Uiii'h but tcrinilU. Our BpliPK they arc fresh ami pure, . In hulk iwl mil In can, And ny maiden llial iij.pi the in Will surely cnirh a man. Our butler jo" will iilwnyx find In pure and fresh anil Mvrct. Thai's what, our palnins toll tia Whenever we do meet. And .on with all ihe nomls we sell Yin: will llnd I Iii-iii all (). K. For our guarantee goes with lliem On this happy Now Year's day. And reineinher we always give each purchaser (if our lea, coffee or butter a very handsome and handy calendar, providing they make tho purchase within two weeks of New Year's day. Therefore do not be disappointed if you wait until after January 1. 1!0!. aw we began to distribute them December IS, 190S.nd they are going: fast at PHELAN'S T STORE 42 Fast. Main St. Telephone Ht-JN you j V a Howard ,watch youfgef some thing." i ,.You get' the finest practical watch in the world standing the heat, cold," vibration, change of position, of daily use. -:, You get the watch that hit been the com panion of more prominent Americans than any other. . h You get the only America watch certified fcy the International Obaervatory at Geneva, j " You get the only watch that i ntvtr cut ia frice printed price ticket attached at the fac tory from $35.00 to $150.00. t. -4 I We are distributori for thiadiitinctivt watch. JACOBS & CO., OIU Reliable Jewelers, 61 SOUTH MAIN T. Stylish Clothing. Now Is the for a NOBBY time to get measured SUIT for FALL or WINTER. F. BUCK. 132 North Main. Tel. Call Fashionable Tailor. Ladies or Gents Garments PI3IN.WAINSHIP. PROFESSOR HOLLEY teaches every pupil to write a fine rapid, business hand, in a course of 16 private lessons, and no failures. All kinds of pen work executed in the highest de rree of art. 167 BANK STREET. You can find cornucopias candy canes, fresh made Christ mas candy, pop corn balls, chocolate cream peppermints, and molasses candy that will not stick to the teeth at Kelly's stores. 9 East Main, 12 North Main, 104 South Main, 748 Bank, 682 East Main, 334 Baldwin and 416 West Main Streets. KELLY, i isi We Wish You All a MERRY CHRISTMAS AND A HAPPY and PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR. The Caring Jewelry Co., j 22 North Main St. j buy This Roostsr Says MEETINQ8 TOKIQgL Hoy' chili, 1 DhIhIoii I, A. 0. II. I'ourl Acme, I'', of A. Ma Mower rump, 1.387. Ladies' auxiliary. A. (). II. I'niirt l.liiilen, No "., V. of A. Tiinxls tribe. No 10, (). It. M, I'oiirt Oregon, No ) US, V. of A. WailliHiu'x post, No 4!), (J. A. ii. SI .Mary's drum corps of Oakvlllo. Wiiicrliiirv lodge, No fi, A. O. U. W. Kiouiidsc hafts lodge No S, O. U. II. S. Tmuis I lay iiiuki'i's assiu-iaiioti, No ln'2. Iiioihi council, No .", Junior O. r. a. m. CITY NEWS. lam-in at S;3 Saturday evening ill UucUilighaiu hall, Fulton's band. We wish you a happy and prosper ous New Year. I'pson, Singleton & Co. .lames Quintan of Hiidgeport is upending the week with friends in this city. The annual dinner of St John-.', .Musical associaiion will ho held i his evening in the parish house of Si John's church. The Sons and Daughters of St George held a social session in For esters' hall last evening. There was an entertainment and dam-lug. Attorney Wilson U. Tierce who has been ill for some weeks was down town yesterday visiting some of his friends. He is not strong as yet. The (lately & Hrenuan store on Center street will be open to-night until ! o'clock for the acconir.'odation of those who wish to purchase for ! New Year's. j 'I'll is was a busy day at the de partment of charities, but the office force was equal to ihe situation and every deserving applicant was sent ! away happy. i Chief Samuel Suagg of the lire tle j partnient attended a meeting in New Haven yesterday of the Connecticut Fire Preventive society which was ; recent iy organized, j Mr and Mrs Arthur Conkiin of 140 j Wolcott street have returned to their j home in this city after spending the i past three days visiting with Mrs j f'onklin's sister. Mrs J. J. Byrnes of j Bridgeport. Thomas V. Carty and Miss Mary Josephine Dunne weer married this I morning at the Immaculate Concep tion church by the Rev .lames K. ' O'Brien. James Carty w as best man 1 and Miss Annie Stapletou was maid of honor. New Haven wants a hoys' club and wilh a view to gelling a liir,' on ! what Waterbury has Governor ! Woodruff. Prof Graves of the Strong ! school. Father McLean, Rabbi Levy and Faiher Collins were her? last i night -and looked over the boys' club : on Cottage place. The Rev William F. Dickerman, pastor of ihe I'niversalist church, i will deliver a lecture before the N'at- uralist club in the hue arts room i at ihe Bronson library Monday night, j His subject will be ' Rare Earths." j The public is invited. No admission ' tee will be charged. Frank I). Borst and Miss Jessie Holihan were married yesterday ' morning. ai St Thomas' church by i Father Crowley. Miss Minnie Holi han, sister of the bride, was maid of honor, and Henry y. Borst, the groom's brother, was best man. After a wedding lour the couple will re side at 11 Putnam slreet. The following item was taken from the Southingtou column of the New Haven Register: Joseph Walsh of Waterbury, catcher of the Villa- ! nova college baseball team, was here i .Monday with a view of taking back j to college with him Matty Walsh of ; this town. Jimmy Savage of this i town is the captain of the Yillanova ) ( team, and there is gi;and opportuni- ; ty there for Matty, who just at pres- ; etit appears to be caught between ! bases. He is undecided. j To-morrow will be New- Year's j day, a holy day of obligation in the Roman Catholic church. Mass will t be celebrated at churches of that de- nomination at. ':?, o'clock in the; morning and servii e will be held la- i ter in the forenoon. Most of the ! stores, all the banks, the Bronson Ii- brary and the offices in City hall will ' he closed. To-night the eve of tlie j new year, special service will be held I j at some ot tne Protestant churches, the exercises lasting until midnight. The Italians of Waterbury have j ' decided to lend a hand towards help- ' ing the sufferers from the earthquake in Hah' Last night a meeting was j held at the residence of J. B. Bian cordi. 2i North Elm street, F. D. ' Corleto acting as chairman and M. ! I). Felice as secretary. Represent- , lives of the several Italian societies ! were in attendance and after talk- ; ins the matter over it was decided to hold a public meeting nxt Wednes- ! I day night and request all the people I of Waterbury to contribute to thp i fund. I Mrs Sarah M. Nichols. age, ,S9 .years, died yesterday afternoon at ; the home of her son. Friend NicholP. on (he Pearl Lake road. The deceas- j i ed was a native of Wa Mingfonl but ' had resided in llopeville for the past ; forty year. Besides her son. Friend, i .-.he leaves another son. George; she : also leaves eighteen grandchildren I and sixteen great-grandchildren. She was a member of the First Baptist. , church, and until her health became : ; impaired she was a regular attend- I ant at services held in that church. ; Mrs Ni( hols was a good neighbor and i commanded the respect of all who had an acquaintance with her. Governor lliggins's Appeal. Providence, R. .. Dec. HI. --Got- crnor James H. Higgilis has issued ; an appeal o the people of Rhode Island to contribute to the relief of ! tile earthquake sufferers of soul hern j Italy and the island of Sicily. Tho governor has asked the state branch ( ot the Keil L ross societ y to act as custodian of the relief fund. Cseil I.ime for Toothache. Rising Sun. Md. De.- 31. becom ing desperate because of a seven l.j. Lhache. I.. D. Willett of Mt FMea in; filled the cavity v-rh unsla.-keO lime, had a dance on his. store floor that shook pickles in jar.:- and jarrpd t iinato cans from the -helves. Tii: (Kith split in several pleres, but !a be vanished. , 1 KCAUI.KT I KVIOIt. ; A .Scourge of White Itiicc in All 1 Ari tt ami Count l ien, j Now Ihat smallpox, ihauks to com- , piiUory vaccinal lou, has become a 1 rarity In civilized couuiMiiiiiles, , scarlet fever steps forward us Hie worsl of the eruptive diseases of childhood. Ii is a malady of en-! ornious antiquity. Tliiicydides, writ-j ilig nearly ,'iUO years before the be- ginning of our era. called il a heritage from ih(. remote pasl. H has scourged the while races In all ages and till counirics, and ihe pliy-1 sicians of all schools have leveled I their heaviest artillery upon it. let il remains a puzzle unsolved and an enemy unconnuered even lo-day. We are In doubt as to lt cause, and theiv is no drug or antitoxin that will cure It. Uul despite all ibis ihe death raie from scarlet fever is steadily declining, ar.d we may ex pect Il lo decline more and more as ihe years go by. The reason for i his. I take it. lies in the fact lhat ihe modern doctor is a great deal J more sparing wilh pills and powders; i ban his predecessor and a grcal deal more lavish with waler, air as antiseptic. In the old days it was customary to dose scarlet fever pa ll ienis with all sorts of violent i j remedies in staggering quani itics and i I as a result many of them died. To- j I dav medicines are but minor auxil-j iaries in ihe sickroom, and both! doctor and nurse devote their main energes to preventing a spread of, the infection. j Ladies' Tailoring;. Want to keep busy during the dull season. Frank Del'eo, r.n Cen'er street, will make skirts, guaranteed in every respect, from $2 to $''. and reduced prices on oilier garmenis. BARGAINS, WIIISklKS. Per Gal Per Fine Old Rye -- $ Fine Old Bourbon Extra Old Rye Sunnydale Rye e bb Etiverton Rye S.ru Finch's Gulden Wedding 4. no 1 Mi Vernon Rve 4.00 I Qt ,."pi) .:o .110 ! 1.00 i.oo : 1 .0 0 i.uo ' Sherwood Rye 4. no Old Crow 4. 00 .5 a aics K. Pepper 4. no i.on im.wnv. Fine OH1 Brandy Very Old Brandy imported Brandy Hennessy's Imported . . Old Cider Brandy IOxtra Fine Old Cider Brandv GINS. Rye Mali (Jin Extra .1 uniper Gin . . . Holland Imported Gin . Burnett's Tom Gin . . . RIMS. New England Run . . . St Croix Rum . ?L'.IIU . ::.0'.i . 4.0U . (i.lMI . -j.oo .0(1 .$2 on ".00 . 4.0U . 4. (HI . $1'.00 . 2.00 1 .on 1.00 ; 'i .75 1 1.00 .50 St Croix Extra 4.00 Jamaica Rum 2. oil Jamaica Imported ".00 A bottle of wine or whiskey .75 with every $- purchase. John J. Slieehan, WAREHOUSE 223 South Main St. Telephone 249-3. WATERBURY. BEST 60c TEA 24c lb. i- BEST 38c COFFEE 35c Do cu use it ? If pound. not try a DIRECT IMPORTING CO. 151 Bank St. Cp One Flight. Nugent's Emulsion of! Cod Liver Oil with the Hypopliosphites of Lime and Soda, :i valuable remedy for acme, and chronii- troubles of the throat, lung?, rough?, colds, hoarseness, J i bronchitis ronsiinipiion and all af- f onions of the respiratory irart. Any jihysieian's proscriptions ac curately compounded, and prices al- , I ways reasonable at NUGENT'S PHARMACY South Main, cor Scovil! Street. Have You Your Slippers Bought for Go G's Ball 7 l If not it will be to your advantage to look our kind over before deciding j on any. E.J.FINN, 25 Exchange Place. Reduction Sale in Our Trimmed HatDept We shall make this sale particu larly attractive and shall continue It until our stock of TRIMMED HATS disposed of. Full ari) all Fa ncy Work. lino of Ribbons for Holiday Fancy I. CHASE & SON. The Millsr&PeckCo On the threshold of the NEW YEAR We renew our greetings to the friends who have made the old year so pleas ant for us. We ask you to forget - our mistakes, which we 'iknow have been many, I and to aid us in our en- 0 I o I deavor to make the com 5 ' ing year a prosperous and u happy one for all. TheMiller&PeckCe Beffin the New Year at the TELEPHONE 937. 63. 70. 72 Economy Store m net o. NEW YEAR'S DAY WE CLOSE AT NOON. OPEN TO-NIGHT ! VISIT FRESH DEPARTMENT For a little money you can buy your FISH DINNER Cliorges HaildiK'k 3 lbs Kxlr Steak Fish. Fresh Herrins New Year's Poultry S-l(. Young Native Turkeys . . IvoiiMinu Chickens Cheshire Fowl THE LEADERS FOR QUALITY AND FAIR PRICES. TELEPHONE 937. G8. 70. 72 EAST MAIN ST. hubar& co. THE WELL KNOWN JEWELERS. The following pledges will be If not called for by January 1. Date June .lune June June June Pledge Kin Hi UK Chain Watch Watch King Ring Watch Watch Revolver Waich Ticket No f.. s. 1 1 . 1-. IT. 1 9u s 1 90S I !OS 1 SOS 1 HPS 1 9 0 S 1 1 90S 1 907. I HOT 1 SuT ST.'iC ST..T S761 STC") tsTTT STP.I STflT nso:: s-.'i.- unredenied Ji ne June July I. May 2T. i .-. 1". IX-c. .",1. We have Ha gains in pledges. HUB AR & CO. J 21-123 South Main Street, F OR GOOD SliAVINfi ! t .Nf HAIR Ct'TI'INCi U GATTER & HCDSON'S Ntw S .03 13 WEST MAIN UTKfctr. Ot Park Lanck Boomt. WATCHES Don't fail to see the complete j assortment wc are showing in i our North Window. i Everyone of them is a stem wind and stem set and guaran teed to keep accurate time for one year. Glad to show you. Hamilton Hardware Corp. 90-94 Bank St. Waterburv's Up-to-date Hardware Store. Manufacturers National Bank General Banking, American Express Orders, Safe Deposit Boxes, Fnrpien Drafts. t The Child-Heron Law Corporation Credit Ratings, Accounts Collected. 79 North Main Street, Warerbury. 152 Chape'. i:6 Fairfield, New Haven. Bridgeport HARTFORD, 90i MAIN ST. Bonds 6c Stocks Loral inrestmenU t roci<?. HOLMES & BULL Successors t3 C. L. HOLMES & CO. Eolmei Buildirjr Grand Street. THE KINGSBURY 150 Rooms, with Bath, $1.00. 40 Large Rooms, with Hath, $1.50. Central Location Modern Improvements. JAMES F. WILLIAMS, Manager, Center Street, Waterbury, Conn. Betrin the New Year at the Economy store EAST MAIN ST. OUR RECOMMENDED BY PHYSICIANS for Kidney. Liver and Stomach Trouble. BUTTERMILK By the 'quart, glass or gallon at J. E. WATTS' CAFE. Soutji Main St. The Best That is the Magee Range. Full line Heating Stoves. Tin and Wooden Ware. Stransky Enameled Ware. Plumbi.ig, Heating and Roofing. The Barlow Bros. Co., 61, 63, 65 Grand Street FISH c of pound S I 8e -JXc 5c Ih , -Hr pi in ml 20c . I t to IKc I Established 1840 Waterburv's Oldest and Most Comolete Outfitter! to Men and Bon. Hirh Class Tailoring-. Riehtly-Made Clotbintr. Furnishings. Hats and Shoes. Evening Dress Swallow tail or tuxedo suits for sale or to hire. We carry the best that can be procured whether you buy or rent, if it comes from our store you will be cor rectly and handsomely attired. Our tuxedo-de-luxe is an extreme style, correct in every detail and with the exception of the suits that we have made in our tailoring department you will not see any like it in this city, it is so far ahead of styles carried by the ordinary clothing stores, Wo have all the small articles to make your full dress correct, studs, links, collars, cuffs, mufflers, shoes. J. B. Mullings & Son, Bank and South Main Street. Street to Street. Waterbury, Conn. As the old year draws to a close and the New Year ap proaches, we wish to thank our numerous patrons and the public in general for the very generous patronage given us during tho past year. Our policy for the coming year will be as it always has been: Honest Goods, at Honest Prices, Fair Treatment to All Our Patrons, The Best Assortment to select from, Reasonable Prices and Prompt Deliveries. In conclusion we wish you all A Happy and Prosperous New Year, and extend you an invitation to visit "the" Housefurnishing Store of Waterbury which means that you will see the largest and best stock of Furniture, Carpets, Crockery, Stoves, Ranges, Lamps, Pictures, Rugs, Go-Carts, etc, etc. BOSTON FURNITURE CO., South Main, Scoviil and Brook Streetv. Largest aud Oldest House Furnishing Establishment in Waterbury. Manufacturers Attention ! Our line of Hampden Emery and Corundum wheels is complete. The Hampden wheels have been found to be the most satisfac tory. Telephone 360 or 36 for the price on the size desired. We will deliver promptly. Hotchkiss & 'CUTUURY' Live Bait and COAT SWEATERS . . $2, 2.50, 3, 3.50, $5 SKATES 50c to $8 SAFETY RAZORS . . . $1 to $5 TOOL CHESTS POCKET KNIVES . . - 10c to $5 HILL CLIMBING TOYS IVES MINIATURE RAILWAY SYSTEM INGERSOLL WATCHES . . . $1 CUT PICTURES, 1 he latest craze . 25c, 50c, $1 Th n R WII 01SI Cnmnnnxr 13. 15, 17, EAST . r Miss Loretto C. Mahoney Graduate of Notre Dame Conven;, TEACHER OF PIANO Certificated Pupil and Assistant of PROF. JULIUS BAIER Will Resume Teaching Sept. 15. STUDIO 256 SOUTH MAIN ST. Telephone 671. SEA FOOD FRIDAY 2 lbs Halibut Steak . . 25c ! 3 lbs Cod Steak . . . 25c i Fresh Herring, per doz . 25c Chickens! Chickens! Chickens, per lb a r , a 1 I CC, 1 OC take! Frank Kiely.lgr. Templeton, Inc Type or Tip Ups MAIM STREET - Clock and Watch j Repairing E at short notice. Ail work guaranteed. L Prices reasonable. , y F. P. BECT0N 25 East Main St. 1 With J. H Deveraux & Co. 1 fcC o o OK CGI' ItSK. YOU KA 1 11 ON K WISH TO AITKAK IN THE V HKKKITIS Ai: Ankle StraD A Gun fletal V P U MP. $2.50 THE PAIR I A beautiful shoe jiret received by e- ires. rienty or other L'ail Nippers an ! Sandals at l and f-. i D O DG 81-83 South Mala St. Theme i