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STAMFORD AMERICAN
Good Shoes
Right Prices
Correct
Styles
Our New Shoe
Department on the
main floor rear is
now complete carry
ing a full line of
Fall and Winter
foot gear for Men,
Women and Child
ren.
This includes everything from a Man's
High-cut Storm Boot to an Infants' Shoe all
produced by the leading Shoe Manufacturers
of the country, made to our special order.
Head to Foot Outfitters
ii art well, Dela) & Company
5 Iks Karnival
f-i Armory,River St.
FOR THE BENEFIT OF BUILDING FUND
STAMFORD LODGE NO. 899
.B P. 0 ELKS.
Oct
.5th to
$300 in Gold.
At this fountain tastes more delicious than elsewhere
Ice Cream Soda QO College Ices
220 Atlantic Street,
E9TAULISHED 1898
PECKHAM INSTITUTE
72 Park Place Stamford, Coon
A Private Sanitarium Devoted to Employment of
PHYSICAL METHODS OK" TREATMENT
( PHYSIOLOGICAL THERAPEUTICS)
In the treatment and cure of disease.
Excellent results in Rheumatism.. Lumbago, Sciatica. Neuralgia. Neuritis,
Malaria, LaGrippe, Sprains, Paralysis, Blood Poison. Deafness, Locomotor
Ataxia. Brights Disease Goitre, "Nervous Disorders, Bronchitis. Asthma,
Pythisis, Diabetes. Diseasss of Women, Skin Diseases and various other non
contagious diseases. Satisfactory results with many so-called incurable cases.
CHRONIC CASES A SPECIALTY'.
The Finest Equipped Insitution in
rrzrz
25th
Season Tickets $1.00.
Stamford, Conn.
TELEPHONE
SEND FOR REPORT
the East Best of Reference.
QOOD CANDY
Which will bring delight to 99
out of a hundred of your friends
at your afternoon tea is bur choco
late sponge. .
0LYMP1ACANDY CO.
107 Atlantio St.
31
LOCAL NEWS
PARAGRAPHS CONCERNING
The county commissioners are in
town to-day.
Policemen George Eagle is confined to
his home on Main Street, by illness.
Mrs. Walter I. Bradley is visiting
friends and relatives in the west;
Hartwell, Delap & Co. have just the
p air of shoes you want at just your price.
The Paris Cloak and Fur House is
displaying handsome cloaks for ladies
and misses.
Martin T. Kane, of the Advocate repor
torial staff, is back at work, after a snort
vacation.
S. T. Smith, Jr., of this city, has
been granted a patent on a spendi
ng machine.
Deputy Sheriff lohn V. Scully, of South
Norwalk, was in town yesterday, serving
some legal papers.
Seth B. Toms has secured a position
with the Western Union Telegraph Com
pany, in New York.
The Alpha Pleasure club will en
joy a straw ride to-morrow evening,
if the weather Is favorable.
Frank V. Mellon has secured a
position in the Schlitz cafe, corner
of Main and Atlantic streets.
Percy Swords, of Stamford.
spent yesterday in South Norwalk
with Mrs. W. H. Swords." Sentinel.
Miss Fannie Wardwell, of Elm
street, was quite seriouslj' injured
ast Monday in a runaway accident.
Mr. and Mrs. Warren P. Hurlbutt.
of Hoyt street, have been spending
the past week with relatives in But-
er, N. J.
John W. Alphonse, Sr., is nursing
some bruises which he sustained by
falling from a trolley car, one day
last week.
The members of St. Luke's club,
with their lady friends, enjoyed their
first dance of the season last Thurs
day evening.
The Registrars of Voters, Warren
S. Abel and Cornelius O'Leary, will
hold a session in the town clerk's
office next Monday.
. Some unusually fine late vegeta
bles and fruits are being brought
nto town by Darien and New Ca
naan truck farmers.
The band connected with the
'Along the Kennebec" company at
tracted considerable attention last
Saturday by their quaint costumes
and fine playing.
A meeting of the Third Infantry!
Officers' association was held In
Bridgeport, last Friday evening, and
was attended by several of the
Stamford militiamen.
Commodore James H. Ferris has
returned from a short sail to Long
Island. He returned with a fine lot
of escallops which a number of his
friends pronounced to be A. No. 1.
M. J. Flanagan, an employee of
the Consolidated railroad, has be
come a resident of Stamford and
moved his household effects from
New York. He will reside on the
Cove Road.
Tne Corinthian Bowling club held
its first meeting for the season at
the Burlington alleys, last Thurs
day evening. Many of old timers
were in attendance, and some good
scores were rolled.
Arthur Eggleston. Fred J. Stone,
Frank Gourley and' Harry Smith
took in the big automobile race on
Long Island . last Saturday. They
went from here in one of the
Mechaley company's cars.
s.
Over one thousand automobiles,
all shapes and sizes, passed through
town last Friday, bound west. The'
great majority of the machines wera
en route to the big race on Long
Long Island, which was run Satur
day morning.
"Miss Amy Gill, who has geen in
New Britain for two years, Is at her
home in Stamford, being threatened
with appendicitis. She has had sev
eral of these attacks in the last few
years and may undergo an opera
tion." Branford correspondent of
New Haven Union. j.
A party of thirty or more from
East Norwalk and this city went
across to Long Island, last Satur
day morning, and took in the' big
automobile race near MIneola. They
sailed on the oyster boat Ajax, start
ing just before daylight. The party
included Dr. O. G. Palmer, Harry 13
Dayton, Frank Johnson and others.
The nut season has opened and
many of the rising generation made
visits into the suburbs in search of
walnuts and butternuts, both of
which are plentiful. It is a little
early yet for chestnuts, but this does
not prevent the youngsters from
climbing trees, at the risk of bodily
injury and shaking down the un
opened burrs or knocking them
down with sticks and stones.
Mr. J. B. Hendrie, of Fairfield
avenue, is mourning the los3 of a
handsome silver match box, which
he lost on the street, a few days
since. The box is an old one, shows
the effects of wear, but is highly
prized by Mr. Hendrie, as it was
formerly owned by his brother, the
late John Hendrie. The owner or
fers a liberal reward for the return
of the box.
Announcement is made of anoth
er civil service examination for the
positions of clerk and carrier in the
post" office service. Application
blanks, instructions to applicants.
and further information can De od
talned from Miss Cpde at the Stam
ford Dost office. Applications will
not be accepted unless properly exe
cuted and filed before the hour lor
closing business Oct. 15, with H. N
Saxton, secretary of the Second U
S. Civil Service District, at the Cus
torn House, New York.
AND NOTES
STAMFORD AND VICINITY
Thirty-nine deaths - occurred in
Stamford last month.'
Sydney H. Little, of Wilton, spent
Sunday with friends in this city.
Next Monday will see the open
ing of the Elks' Karnival, in the
Armory.
Hartwell, Delap & Co. are offering at
tractive bargains in their children's de
partment. Dr. A. C. Hexamer is selling the
furniture In the Hotel Rockland to
day at auction. .
Mr. Charles W. Minor was in
town on Monday, transacting some
private business.
The new time table on the New York,
New Haven & Hartford railroad, went
into .effect Sunday.
At this evening's meeting of Excelsior
Lodge, Knights of Pythias. The rank of
page will be conferred.
Mrs. Ella Reeves Bloor will deliver an
address on "Socialism," in Central Park
Square, tomorrow evening.
The flag on the Royal Arcanum build
ing is at half mast, on account of the
death of Nathaniel R. Hart.
Messrs. Graf Brothers are making
a success of the market' lately open
ed by them at West Waterside.
The Loyal Legion will give con
certs of colonial songs in the Casino
to-morrow and Saturday evenings.
Charles A. Kildayjs at his home on
Main street, enjoying a few Hays vacation
after an extended trip through New York
state.
The Blickensderfer Typewriter
company received a first prize for
typewriters at the Danbury fair last
week.
Seven new members were added to the
roll Jof Stamford Lodge. B. P. O. E.. at
their regular meeting held last Tuesday
evening.
Mrs. E. J. McComb has surrender
ed her lease of the Hotel Rockland,
and will sell out the furniture, etc.,
at auction.
A concert for the benefit of the
Edward McDowell fund will be given
in the Casino on the evening of Oc
tober 30 th.
The second decree was worked at
Tuesday, evening's gathering of Leed's
Council. XJ. u. A. M. Mate ureraniztr
Osborne, of Norwich, was present. j
An emergency hospital has been
established at the big plant of the
Yale & Towne Manufacturing com
pany! which will be in charge of a
trained nurse.
The three hundred dollars In gold
which is to be awarded lucky ticket
holders at the coming Elks Karnival
are on exhibition in the window of
a Main stret shoe store.
Things along the shore are begin
ning to look decidedly like "fall."
Most of" the cottages are empty, and
many of the yachts are hauled out,
and even the water looks like cold
weather.
Harry Ball, the wel known engi
neer, has changed his place of resi
dence from Washington avenue to
Myrtle avenue. His household ef
fects were moved to the new loca
tion on Monday. t
A party of Stamford boys started
in a launch to see the automobile
race on Long Island, last Saturday.
Their pump broke down and they
drifted to Eaton s Neck, where they
remained until Monday morning.
Manv local launch owners started
out. last Sundav mornine. for a
day's outing on the Sound, but the
great majority returned at an early
hour, on account of the heavy sea
which was running in the bound.
A. R. Hart recently secured some
excellent photographic views at the
Corinthian Yacht club. The pictures
include a number of yachts belong
ing to the club, the "Rocking Chair
Navy" and views of the club house
and vicinity.
"Dr. and Mrs. Charles H. Glover,
of Stamford, have been recent
guests of Dr. Glover's father, Maycud
Charles L. Glover, of Norwalk. Dr.
Glover is now connected with Dr.
Givens sanitarium, Stamford."
South Norwalk Sentinel.
Rev. George Bennett has with
drawn from his race after the Re
publican nomination for representa
tive to the general assembly. He
will thus be spared considerable
campaign work, and the result will
be the same, so far as he is con
cerned. STARTLING FACTS !
A Voice From tHo Tomb.
Dr. Murray's Rheumatic Remedy
Works Wonderfnl Cure.
(From The Port Chester Daily Record
October 5, 1905)
The following unsolicited testimonial was
addressed to Dr N. Francis Murray and
speaks for itself :
Dr. Murray: I have been afflicted with
rheumatism for the last eighteen years. A
few weeks ago I was admitted to St John's
Hospital, New York, and remained under
treatment until I was discharged as incur
able. Since my return home I have suffered
untold agony. Local physicians were called
to attend me but could give me no relief.
Hearing of your remedy I procured a bottle,
took three doses of it. when to my great
surprise all pain left, and now, I am rejoiced
to say, I am feeling permanently cured, and
am an ardent advocate of Murray's Rheu
matism Cure and advise all persons suffering
ft-Qm rheumatic or gouty pains to try this
wonderful remedy.
Any person calling upon me at my resi
dence. No. 311 North Main street, can be
convinced.
Respectfully,
FREDERICK EDWAROS.
GRAND
CENTRAL
. 486 MAIN STREET,
PRIME
; Fresli Vegetables
ESCALLOPS and LOBSTERS
E. B. HOIT, Proprietor
WE give 5 per cent, discount and no delivery, or 3 per cent, dis
count with delivery. '
rn
BRADY & CHADEAYNE
UP-TO-DATE FURNITURE, RUGS,
CARPETS AND MATTINGS,
REPAIRING AND REFURNISHING.
FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS
Staiinnifoird
Political fraternal
FROM AN ELECTION STICKER TO A NEWSPAPER.
LUTHER STREET Tel. 536-
Surveys,
Superintendence,
WILLIAM IB. PIERCE
CIVIL ENGINEER,
Office 1 129 Grove Street,
Savings DanK Building,
Rooms 1 and 2. ' Stamford. Conn.
New York Bakery
HERMAN QERSTER
. Proprietor,
BAKER OF HIGH GRADE
Bread,
Cakes
Pies .and
Pastries
Choice CONFECTIONERY
LUNCH ROOM in Connection
'442 MAIN, STREET; v
Tel. 485-6.
JOHN H. MEYERS
Successor to Jos. N. J. Abt.
BEER AND GINGER ALE
Bottling for the trade. Family use.
. and export.
Office 7 West Washington Ave
MARKET
STAMFORD, CONN.
MEATS
RECORD BRRAKFRS
Our new Suits certainly beat the
record.
We have distanced our best of
net con rr r-l -V-o rn si -! n
achievement.
We determined to make it diffi
cult for any one to pick a flaw in
our SUIT STOCK and a careful
glance will show what it is possible
dn when fahrir; nr rarefnllv
CHOSEN and TAILORED.!
We have a good showing of fall
Suits. P" i
We carry BROKAW BROS, lines and
a full assortment of Gents Furnishings.
Eckliard &Berges.-
48-50 ParK Row. Stamford.
Printing (Co
Commercial Printing
Designs.
Contracting
Our Fall Line of
MILLIITEB
and you will jfind
(
just the HAT you
want at just the
right prices : :
3 a s "t a d
223 ATLANTIC ST.
Crown IRubber Stamp XClorKs
Manufacturers of and dealers in
RUBBER STAMPS
POCKET STAMPS, BAND DATERS, KEY
CHECKS, STENCILS. SEAL PRESSES,
3 04 .Summer .St.. 5s turn ford. Conn.
Fine Wines
Liqtaors & Cigars
r eigenspan s Aie a specialty
TP. J.Doyle 115 Main St
R. A. Reynolds
C. B. Reynolds
LA. REYNOLDS & SON
BUILDERS'
TT TXTNTTT A TTI
JtLAilU YY AIti
Estimates Made from Archi
tects' Plans.
WK. mAir ana buiuick siKCRia. ,
Tel. Connection. STAMFOBD, 00RH

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