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'"'*• ^ *> '" * _ '" „. jV" •»™^«-'""**i ~x ':'^:^'ii^K^fS^^^M -^wSf *3igs§9s -''• ffef ikS-/..-^ siisim*; fSg&g msms iSsiy IPSSliit iiteiif £V '- ESTABLISHED 1880 THOM PSONVILLE, CONN., THUEStflY, NOVEMBER S^ 1 . XXVII. NO. em ' *>C >'*"**£ ' ";£?•*" ' ' •M-H 1 H I iIi,1"I"I,iIii1 •l"l"W :: Forbes & Wallace's Forbes & Wallace's Forbes & Wallace. Forbes & Wallace. >?.: .. i6 A PIANO IN EVERY HOME. It is Our Purpose to Sell >? On the Same Straightforward Basis that Marks our Dealings on Every Hand. iLBSOLTJTELT- OZfcTE FISIOE, '' And that the Lowest for which an instrument of its grade can be sold. Reliable Makes, v the Season is the '.' Pianos which we can not only guarantee, but recom- % mend with every enthusiasm— - KITABi:, MEHLIN, : .l MEEEILL, ZESZoliler and. CaaaapToell, -A.2STQELTJS PIANO PLAYER, -<K»NGREL"ULS Piano Only very limited floor space can be given to Pianos until the completion of our new building, but you will doubtless be more than willing to overlook this, when you become acquainted with OUR PIANO VALUES. v Special Banking Plan of Payment by which you can arrange to pay by the month or quarter if you de-sir<\ Initial payments $10, $15, or higher, according to grade of instrument selected. IMMEDIATE delivery. Third Floor. :: The Standard It is Easy to Buy a Sewing- Machine by Our Glub Plan. Every woman who needs a new sewing-machine should join the Club and have the machine to do her fall sewing with. Rotary Shuttla Sewing Machine is the highest grade machine ou the market, yet, by our Club Plan, it is sold for less than many inferior machines. Style 2 may be had through the Club for only $32 00. Choice of other styles at proportionately low prices. . Suth Store, Left Center • :: Assortments are best now, and the stocks i shown ha^e been made up during the summer, when there was plenty of time to give the greatest «• care to the making. The methods of this store ;; give assurance that values here are the greatest. " We buy Furs in a scientific manner, comparing and . testing until we know we have the best the market J provides. We sell Furs on the same basis as all other merchandisf^our low-cost, sma41rprofit system. ; Mink Sets • . Mink Scarfs Mink muffs Black Lynx sets Black Lynx scarfs $58 to $237 $16 75 to $179 $24 76 to $98 $42 60 t $89 $17.95 to $37.60 I $22.60 to $37.60 $42.60 to $66 $19.75 to $37.60 Black Lynx muffs Blue Lynx sets Blue Lynx scarfs Blue Lynx muffa $19.75 to $32 50 Isabella and Sable Fox wta $15.75 to $69 Isabella and Sable Fox «oxrfa $5 98 to 37.60 Isabella and Sable Fox muffs $7 60 to 26 75 Ermine sets $49 00 to 94.60 Japanese-Mink sets $17.26 to 87 00 Japanese Mink scarfs $7 50 to 42.50 Japanese Mink muffs Chinahilla 8f's Chinchilla 'scarfs Chinchilla muffs Russian sable set $9.75 to 22.60 J $&.00 o 129.00 $33.50 to 69.00 $42 50 to 69.00 * Hudson Bay Sabie set $679.00 $349.00 Natural Squirrel sets $14.75 to 49 00 Natural Squirrel scarfs $4.98 to 37.60 Natural Squirral muffs $6.98 to 22 50 Baby and Persian Lamb s»ts $47.50 to 149 00 Baby and Persian Limb sea-'" ' $32.60 to $79.00 Baby and Persian Lamb muffs $32.60 to 68.60 Children's Furs, in sets, of all the best Furs, including Lamb's Wool, Angora, Ermine, J Chinchilla, Silver Ooney, Sable Coney, Brook Mink, ;; Stone Martin, Beaver, Krimmer, Thibet, Fox, Opossum and Squirrel, at 75c to $14.50. \ > Main Floor, Pynchon street building.. Forbes & Wallace, Springfield, Mail. 2v£ain., "Verrxoxa. a-zid. Is3m.cla.oxx Streets. -fv THE 6IRL OPPOSITE • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • A * Epstein's Express. Furniture and Piano Moving. Light and Heavy Tracking. r|~*o KEit-r" ' ~ " A cottage house of seven rooms on electric car line Apply to N. P. PALMER. Real Estate Agent. Depot carnage meets all trains from 7.16 a m to 7 p m, and later if ordered, aave also an Adjustable Window Derrick tor hoisting Pianos, etc. Offioe 80 Main street. Telephone connection. A J. EPSTEIN, Prop. P- O. Box 1014. Residence 16 Central St., - ThomrwonvUle. Conn. and Groceries. pOR SALE. Horses and Wagons. -JEWETT WRIGHT, Suffield, Ct. "ITir^Kncv** EF. PAB8ON8, M. D., • C PHYSICIAN AND SUKGKOH. Residence and office No. 48 Pearl Btreet, rhompsonvlUe, Conn. Office hours, 8.00 to 9.00 a. m.; 2.00to 8.00, and 6.00 to 7.80 p. m. Orders may be left at E. N. Smith's drug store. We are agents for HUYLER'S CANDIES, The standard of quality. Put up in attractive form for gifts, or sold in bulk. W. L. BENTON & CO.'S Drug Store, Main Street, Thompsonville. ANNOUNCEMENT. Dr. John F. McHugh, former resident physician at the Mercy Hospital in Springfield, has opened an office in Mulligan's block for the general practice of his profession. Hours until 9 a. m., 1 to 3 and 7 to 8 30 p m. Telephone 37-8 Dentistry. B. H. THORNTON, D.D.S. MANSLEY'S BLOCK, . Thompsonville, Conn. Appointments can be made by telephone. Office call, 74-3; house, 74-21. Music* Ete. JRA P. AI/L.EN, TEACHER OB MUSIC, Also agent for the finest Pianos and Organs sold In Oils vicinity. Can refer to scores of purchasers. Musical merchandise of ©v®ry d®" fecription on hand* or obtained at snort notice. Llndsey's block (room 1), Thompsonville, Ct. HHI WMSOUIR ICAUF ATTORNEY A*D ; - COUNSEIOB-AT-LAW, OFFICE, - 139 KKVIKLD hTKKKT (Southwest from Fost-Offloe), coirasr. BUSINESS IN HARTFOHD AND SPRING FIELD PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. SfiOriglnal.] We were both staying at the same summer resort in the mountains, she at the hotel opposite mine. I never tired of looking at her and wondering about her. She was quaint, and when I have said that I have said all I can say by way of description. I fancied her an embryo actress or one ambitious to be. an actress. Then put her down as a would be scribbler, one who would, if she could, write stories of the Ouida kind. Whatever I thought her, I never attributed to hei anything commonplace. Her room fronted mine. Before appearing dressed for the afternoon and evening she would stand before her mirror combing her hair. And such haifl It was ravishing, fts depth and length were only to be coqjnared to a high cataract. On one occasion when she was walking from. the window I saw that it swept the floor. Every jfternioon at 3 I would take my position at my window* close the blind so as not to be observed and watch through the slats for her .to display her magnificent tresses. One evening, returning from a walk In the mountains, I passed the Devil's well. A stream tumbled over a ledge, and beneath was a basin which small boys said had no bottom. It was the well. As I approached a woman came from beside it, and through the dusk recognized "'the girl opposite." She was alone and a long way from the village. "You are out late," I said, "for a woman. Aren't you afraid?" '•"The place fascinates me," she replied, with a gasp. "I was dreaming. Is it very late?" "Eight o'clock, and the twilight is not so long as it was earlier in the summer." "You are a gentleman; I know you are. There is a freemasonry between ladies and gentlemen which circumstances cannot do away with. I'm sure I can trust you to take me to the hotel." "You may, certainly." She put her arm through n^ne, clinging to me as though frightened at the loneliness of the place. We walked between towering rocks and along the margin of the-stream, which now boiled and bubbled and now resolved itself into little lagoons. Coming to a bridge under which it flowed, she stopped and leaned on the rail, but not releasing her hold on my arm. The full moon shone through the narrow gorge, the beetling crags standing out in bold silhouette on either side. "Isn't it beautiful?" she said, turning her face to mine. The moonlight softened her complex- VhUps were Henry Willis King, ATTORNEY AT LAW, 50 State St., " Ha»tford, Conn. Telephone 233-2. Residence, 1 New King St., Thompsonville. Miscellaneous. MEDICATEDAIR. Ever heard of it ? It is for painless filling, as well as for extracting. Dr Wiley uses it. »y.'m' 'I This is the stock that our Home-Made San-sage is made from, pure goods,made right in our market., Try thfenv! \ : If you would like a nice Fresh Shoulder or a Fresh Ham, cut from native porkers, give us your order Saturday. We shall have Blift Point Oysters this week. AT THE . Delicatessen Store A NEW ARRIVAL of those extra fine New York Frankforts, all sorts of Imported Bologna. IN THE CHEESE LINE you can find Imported 8chweitzpr, Society Roque fort, Camembert, Fromage de brie, Jluenster, Limbureer, Philadelphia Cream, English Dairy, and other well-known varieties. HOME - M A D E S \UERKRAUT. and v_ mwiy-i Wbds^of Pickles; also, Horse-radish fri roots or fcrated to ordiy. HOME-MADEf BREAD frefeh every dftf. i:v Agency for the KNEIPFS MALT COFFEE. w. T. WATSON, Telephone 70-4. Oates'Express. Oates* Express dees all kinds of Lighl •nd Heavy teaming. Freight work is a special feature JOT every-diay business. . §§$ Moving pianos and household furni tore carefully attended to. Furniture stored by the week ot month, with or without • EDWIN OATES, Prospectstreet, MpKnviB^^jQoiib-y Sirs, Ferdinand Schlitt. South Main street, next door to4 Maurice Sullivan's bakery.^ T TtiomosonvlUe. Conn. Miss Emma Louise Parsons, Teacher of Piano No. 48 PEARL STREET. Thompsonville, - Conn. Telephone 85-4. l r;v>;vr£?;; Real Estate Agent V> COLLECTOR OF BENTS AND ACCOUNTS. Henry DDavis,. No 44 Pearl St., Thompsonville. Conn For Your Comfort. FKEDEBIC C. ABBE. Teacher of Music Studio, Room 4. Mulligans Block, ! THOMPSONVltpJ! ^ v I Pianos, Sheet Music. Self-Flayers. Undertakers and Directors. I would like to help make your home as comfortable as possible by installing a i Benullhil Standard Porcelain Bath«Tub and Lavatory. Let me tell you the cost. The pr'ce will-agreeably surprise you. J. YindentrBrowne, Orders left'at-the store of-J. Francis Browne will receive prompt attention A.. R. LEBTB, -WDHRTAKER and EMBALMER 45 AND 47 MAIM ST., • THOMPSONVIUJB, fsS. . GONM. To the Board of County Commissioners for Hartford County. ' HEREBY apply for a license to ...sell «le, lager beer, Rhine wine and cider -»t Brewery, Nor:th, River street#Thompsonville, Town of Enfield My place of business Is not located within two hundred feet in a dirept line of a ohuroh edifice or public sphpol-house, or the premises iwrtaining theNsto, or any st'OflSc^ pubife lihraiy-^-«emetery. Lted at Enfield, this 24th day of October, AD1906. : ° Connecticut Valley Brewing Co., ^ Applicant. We, the undersigned, electors and taxpayers, as defined by law, of the town of Enfield, hereby endorse the application of the - above-named applicant for • such license. Dated at Enfield, this f 4th day of October, A D 1906. j John Murphy, Tudor Gowdy. Charles A. Wile, Arthur R I«ete, John H. Frew. I hereby certify that the above named endorsers are electore and tax payers, as defined by law, of the town'of Enfield. Dated at Enfldd, tlm 24th^ay of Oct, A P1906. JobnS fown Glerk KLEIN, BEOWN&co.,-^v>..,,.i:^^!; UNDERTAKING AND EMBALMING. - * 80 Main street, Residence, 40 Pearl St., Telephone connection LINCOLN W. M0KRIS0N, |§ ittoraey aad C#Bnselor-»t-L«ir M NOTARY PUBLIC. Main St. , over Murphy's Clothing Store, E ; • • THOMPSONVILLE. OONN." ALBEKT S. GORDON, Coaaselor-at-Lav, :'^Cor. South Pearl and Enfield Sta, THOMPSANmLE, Telephone i,;v f K , — ,,, -r- o .... . .. >vr, „ .r(i v . ...v .. . ... > if J" ~ -u -.v t •' v. Parker's Cures. For 20 years I have beer treating chronic diseases, and my great success b> my Own methods has giver; me an ever ir creasing busi ness, I cure where others fail, for I use medicine and treatment which is original and sure. Cancers and Turners I cure Solely by my absorption method No knife No cutting : Only healing oils and herbs. Diseases of the Blood I never use poisonous drugs, but go at the seat of the evil by cleaning the blood with my own medicines. Chronic Diseases No matter what the disease or how long standing I can help you. If it is pqSsi blel can restore your health. Sick Hev, Sick Women • ^ I charge nothing for a friendly talk; in fact, come and see me and l wiH tell 1 you your trouble or ailtnent and * ' ' you can be oured. I Furnish My Patients With Medicines Consultation and examination Free. Office 585} Main Straet, Springfleld, What did I lirtiBm!- could I do? them. "What have you done?" She walled. "I have trusted to your honor, and you have taken advantage of a poor girl in this lonely spot." Forgive me," I said. "The temptation was too much for me. I will not offend again." i We walked on. Not for a moment did she cease to cling to me, leaning more and more upon me as we proceeded. She seemed tired, for, though bore a great deal of the weight, I could not get her on except at a snail's pace. Every now and again, when we reached a «pot where the stream wound far below us and the face of the rock shot up far above us, she would pause and, leaning on a guard rail, look out upon the moonlit scene, apparently forgetful of the hour or her distance from her hotel. And too, was forgetful. I forgot more than once that I was a gentleman with a lady under my protection, and IH«R was the result of each failure to remember. Was it the wlldness of the place or the girl that cast a spell over me? At any rate I was bewitched. It was near midnight when we reached her hotel and stood in a dark corner of the piazza, I holding her hand and pouring forth a torrent of words, every one glowing with love. Then after a rapturous kiss she stole Into the house, while I went across the road and up to my room. I caught sight of my face in the mirror. My eyes were as wild as the environs of the Devil's well. My heart was beating like a drum. I wondered If the girl was not a denizen of the spot so aptly named. Was not her stay at the hotel opposite a pretense, her real home at the bottom of the well? As I looked at my excited Image the spell fell away and I cursed myself for a fool. Undressing, I got into bed, leaving open the shutter, and the moon ihone through the/window. I was again in the gorge. We were standing on the bridge. I was enthralled. The next morning I fled. Before any of the guests had risen I was on a train steaming for the city. When I reached it I dragged myself into the crowded, dingy street and to the deserted house where I lived. There I struggled till midnight to resist a temptation to go back to my enthrall-mentfe^ v' - v In a "week I was myself again. - During the following autumn I was. walking down one of the principal streets of a city when I noticed a trowd about a shop window. I paused (inj, craning my neck, looked over their heads. • Above the entrance was a sign denoting that a marvelous hair restorer was sold within. A woman stood in the window with her back to the spectators combing her hair, which •wept the floor. She turned and met •he gaze of the crowd w|th. a hardened Hare. She was "the glrj opposite, L too* turned and walked away. [ ^ • '*** ^ L. <5AJtDINfB.^ ««SM 1 ' r 'I "i J VJ ; Yoti would if yon knew about it A. R. LEETE, THOMPSONVILLE. Your old range taken in exchange O ILLUSTRATE the growth of the Hartford 6 Springfield Street Railway System, it is interesting to note that when the present management took over, some five years ago, the Enfield fi Long- , meadow Street Railway Co., which was the original line, receipts of $100 were considered a good day's business.' Contrast this with $1,850.00, the receipts of the Hartford S Springfield system during a re-cent Sunday, and you get a good idea of the remarkable increase in the company's business. $1,850.00 in fares, in one day, represents a good many nickels, doesn't it? The preferred stock of the Hartford £ Springfield Street Railway^ Company pays 6 per cent., is non-taxable in Connecticut and is one of the choicest invest-: mcnts on the local market to-day. My price is par, $100 per share, one share or more, as long as my supply lasts. f . Write me about it to-day. t Thomas C. Perkins, : . . Conn. Mutual Bldg., Hartford, Conn. ,et Us Furnish Your - - Toilet Table with Combs, Hair Brushes, Mirrors, Powder Jars, Nail and Flesh ! Brushes, or any other articles you may require. Our brushes are made with the best quality of bristles; will stay firm and wear long. The teeth in our combs are stiong and will not snap in use. Our prices on goods of this class will please you as much as their quali-ty* WE consider 93 HAIR TONIC unequaled for toning and invigorating the hair. "We know its formula and do not believe it can be improved upon as a hair tonic and scalp food, and we endorse it fully' It revives/ dull lustreless hair ; it makes the straggly hair fill out full and gives a youthful lustre to the hair; it contains ingredients absolutely unknown to other manufacturers, as this specific was only discovered after long and painstaking research. Price per bottle 50c. Est. E.1T8MITH, 93 Main St., Thompsonville, Ct. Two telephones, 45-2—-39-21. Every trolley stops here. NEARLY 250 PUPILS (each counted once only) are now daily attending. us/nessMoo/ They decided on the merits of the education. It is not the building ard tbe furniture that make the good school, but the thorough course of training, with capable teachers to ad niniiter it Nine of the fifteen teachers employed in the business schools iti Hartford teach at Hnntsioger's. We placed 2,524 graduates in situations in the 119 months ending Oct 15th. New pupils enter almost .every day. Passenger Elevator. Phone 251. 30 Asylum St., Hartford, Conn. 4 doors west of Main St. OLIVES! OLIVES! c. Public Market, pAnn BEST QUALITY. lOllflCitV P"HTEKsf t»ai»vu •—:— shooked. STRIPPING BOXES and all goods for the Tobacco growers. Good stock on hand. Estate of AMOS D. BRIDGE, MANUFACTURER. . HAZARDYILLE, - COKff. WOROQ5 a; . i- r • A fine low prices, p assortment at J. D. Stowe & Sons, Scitico, Conn. mmmii • • Superintendent (to Sunday-school) — And now my little friends, if you do a gold orown; yes, eaoh one of yott shall a, gold crown 1 Little Chap (on front Bea»—My farder one now Soneriotendent (remofsrratingly) — Oh, nol little Chap—Yes. he doea. He wean one <w hip frppt M* My Fall and Winter Stock ^ll^Is open for inspection, g5§It wili ^y yo» to call and pee i them. TRUNKS. BAGS AN CASES. A. T. LORD, 81 Main St., , Thompeonyille, Ct » MM M MMM or i€ may ^your hands and feet get eold, d^^sit h-ive nains in your side or back ; brick-dust deposir Wtn urine* have acid stomach or heartburn; feel staff nilj core across the shoulders; have shooting_pains ^ throughout the body; have to strain or a. nffpn or a burning sensation when passing r/ it Ton should coinmence to take Bloodine to-day. l°Aend to your druggist now for a bottle. Don't AS wait! Delays are dangerous 11 ^ . v-J iurr« A C Taintor Colchester, Conn., tells how any woman can bni upXir run-down system. They can be permanently bo ^, . : M ?ipams and all female.diseases. COLCHBSTBR, CONK., March JO. igtH. S®! THE BLOODINE CO.. Boston, Mass.: m" a'"™to 'trryJ yZour° &d£ai enclose IOC. for ^ sample bottle. YoU" A. C. TAWTOK. : COLCHBSTBK, CONN;, April N, *994 Ifl THE BLOODINE CO., Boston, GENTLEMEN —I enclose a$s.oo money order for the sample bottle. I hope you will give it prompt attention as I am needing it very much. . Yours very truly, m MRS. A. & TAIMT°M S' COLCHESTER, CONN., July a6, 1904. THE BLOODINE CO., Boston, Mass.: ".:SSi I S^ei ^ nh^gVfor 'the better alter taking ^ We will forfeit * 1,000 if the o: c your biooo] Yours truly, ^ MRS. A", C. TAINTO*. cannot be produced. Such posittvepro^o^^we sell. SSS™°e"» 'iS-tt. ®1-00 o.d.1. flll.4 T^arge Sample B°ttle by maU 10°. , - Pills core Conatipation, 25c. a box. I ? For Sale at E. N. 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.. i6 A PIANO IN EVERY HOME.
It is Our Purpose to Sell
On the Same Straightforward Basis that Marks our
Dealings on Every Hand.
iLBSOLTJTELT- OZfcTE FISIOE,
'' And that the Lowest for which an instrument of its grade can be sold.
Reliable Makes, v
the Season is the
'.' Pianos which we can not only guarantee, but recom-
% mend with every enthusiasm— -
KITABi:, MEHLIN, : .l MEEEILL,
ZESZoliler and. CaaaapToell,
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