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NORWICH ' BULLETIN, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1S22
FEIANCIAl A!!D COZERCIAl -
STOCK MABKET BTBONO
New York, Oct. 20 Convincing evi
dence that the recent reaction In tho
stock market was a purely technical one
and not Influenced to any great ex
tent by the fall of the IJoyd George min
istry wa given In today's session when
most of the list moved upward in response
to a good demand tor certain railroad
(hares and the speculative bidding up
of special stocks, particularly Mexican
Petroleum, Corn Products and Consoli
dated Ga& '
Mexican Petroleum gave another sensa
tional performance, closing at a net gaib
of 1J points. Standard Oil ot New Jersey
also was quite active, but its net gain
was only 1 point. Pacific Oil. which had
been heavily sold earlier in the week on
rumors of a cutting or passing of the
dividend and the need of new financing,
started on the up grade again on offi
cial announcement that no new financing
wag contemplated and that Bo disquiet
ude was felt over the divided, due to
be declared next month. Strength of Stan
dard of California was attributed to the
bringing in of a new well.
Reading a J50 par stock, which was
pushed up to 8J, 1-2, a net gain of S 3-4
points, was the outstanding share in the
railroad group. Reports that a new seg
regation plan would prove satisfactory t0
all interests and pool operations were
held responsible for Reading's advance.
Gains of a point or more also were reg
istered by Chesapeake and Ohio, Rock
Island. Canadian Pacific, and Delaware.
Lackawanna and Western, while Lehigh
Valley touched 71 1-2 and then fell back
to 70. up 1-2.
A seemingly professional drive against
Studebaker ' sent it to 129 3-8, a new
low on the movement, but good buying
uDDort set in and the stock bounded up
to- 130 3-4 for a net loss of 1 1-4. Oth-1
er motors were weak in sympathy. Ship
pings also were depressed losses of ap
proximately a point taking place in Ma
fine preferred aad American Internation
al corporattion. A sharp six point break
look place in Kresge and Atlas Powder
dropped nearly 4 points but recovered all
A flurry In copper shares resulted In
some moderate gains In that group. Am
erican Smelting, Anaconda and Kenecott
all Improving a point or more. Buying
of these shares was based on specula
live belief that the American companies,
after a long period of hard times, are
now making money and that the price
of copper, now around 14 nts, would go
higher before the end of the year.
Total sales were 1,102,000 shares.
Call money remained unchanged at 4
1-2 per cent, throughout the session.
There are plenty at funds available at
b per cent, for 3 and 6 months maturi
ties, with 60 day loans commanding
3-4. Improvement In general business is
expected to result in a hardening of rates
for commercial paper, best names now
commanding 4 1-2 per cent.
Pemand sterling recovered from yes.
terday's heaviness despite a rather size
able offering of bills against cotton ship
ments. Demand sterling went as high as
44 S-4 bat reacted later to 34.46 1-4
Beljrfan exchange was slightly better but
most of the other continental rates show
ed slight depreciation. German marks re-
fleeted the Increased activity of papci
money printing presses by dropping to 2
1-2 cents a hundred, another new low
The following is a summary of the
transactions on the New York Stock Ex
change up to 3 P. M. :
Union Pacifio ' ... ..14951, 148 149
U S Rubber 67 65 66 V4
U S Rubber pr 98 98 98
U S Steel ..109 108 108
U S Steel pr .....122 122 122
West U Tel 114 114 114
West'house A B ... 99 99 9
West'house El ..... 63 62Z 63
West'house pr 74 74 74
Willys O'land' .... 6 6 6
s O'land pr .. 40 298 40
AHied Chalmers .. 49
Allis Chalm pr ... 95
Allied Chemical ... 84
Am Beet Sugar ... 42
Am" Bosch Mag ... 41
Am Can .. 79
Am Can pr 76
Am Car & Fdy ....190
Am Cotton Oil ... 26
Am Cot Oil pr .... E6
Am Hide & L 74
Am Tel Tel ....123
Am Tobacco 164
Am Woolen . ..100
Am Woolen p ...111
Anaconda Cop .... 62
Associated Oil .... 123
Atch T k S P ...106
Atch T St F pr 92
Blt Ohio 55
Bait tc Ohio pr
Beth Steel (B)
Beth Steel pr ...
Brook Rap Tr ...
Brook R T ctfs ..
Butte Cop tc Z .
Buttt t Sup
Cent of N J
Chandler Motor . .
es A Ohio ....
"M Gt West
Chi Gt W pr ...
Chi M A St P ... .
Chi M tc St P pr ,
Chi ft rawest
Chi 4s N'west pr .
CHi R I A P
C'oeden pr . . .
Cruclb Steel pr
lel A jludson . .
Iim Mines . . . .
Krle 1 pr
Erie 3 pr
Fish Body (O pr
Gen Kl special . ,
Oen Mot , Deb . . ,
lien Motor Deb .
Great North pr .
Great North Ore
Hupp Motor Ca r
Inspiration . Cop ..
Int Harvester ,
Int Mer Marine
Int Mcr Mur pr
Kennncolt Cop .,
1-ehlgh Valley ,,
Maxwell Mot A
Men Petrol pr ..
Miami Copper . . .
Mo K T w I ...
Mo K ft T w 1 pr
Mlsotirl raclflo ..
Mlsourl Pan pr
Nat Enam A tit
N X fentral
N Y N II ft H
Norfolk ft West
North Pacific. . . ,
. BONO JABKET
New York, Oct. '20 Conflicting price
movements again took place in today's
bond market, foreign issues generally ex
hibiting a reactionary trend while liens
were inclined to improve, r
Liberty 3 1-2 s, which registered a sen
sational advance yesterday by touching
103.02, a new high record, and closing
at 102, fell back' to 100.84 today, a met
loss of $1,18. Other United States gov
ernment securities were either unchanged
or registered moderate gains.
Mixed changes occurred in the railroad!
group with the main trend upward.. The
advance was led by Baltimore and Ohio
gold 4's and Pennsylvania consolidated
1-2 s each up 1 1-2 points. Gains tot
to '1 1-4 were made by Chicago and
Eastern Illinois 5's, Atlantic Coast Lint
first 4'a, Colorado Southern . refunding 4
1-2 s, Kansas City Southern refunding 5 ?,
Baltimore and Ohio refunding E's and
lErie Convertible 4 1-2's, series B. Some
r .T WAnl PhlMM
Erie first 6's, New Orleans, Texas and
Mexico 5's, Wabash- first 5's, St. Paul
general 4's, Atchison adjustment 4's,
stamped, Frisco adjustment 6's, and Nor
folk and Western convertible rs, all
down a point or more.- . - -
Union Bag and Paper 6's Improved a
point, as did Cerro De Pasco 8's and
United Drug 8's. The three Brooklyn rap
id transit Issues strengthened 1 to 1 1-2
points, but New York railways 4's cer
tificates were reactionary, as were Ihter-
borough-Metropolitan 4 1-2's and Pacific
Telephone 6 s.
Total sales (par value) were 120,925.-
The only Important offering today, an
issue of $5,500,000 first and refunding
mortgage 6 per cent, gold bonds of the
Missouri Pacific railroad company, sold
to the public at par, was over-sub?-
scribed.- , . . 7
U S Lib 3s . .101.60
U S Lib 1st 4 99.18,.
U S Lib 2d 4s 99.02
U S Lib 2d 4s 99.02
U S Lib 3d 4s 99.24
U S Lib 4th 4s 99.24
Victory 4s ..100.32
Do called 100.18
Treas 454s ...100.12
99.06 ' 99.22
cents per $100
Foreign Exchange. '
With the exception v sterling. AI
QtiotatioD art In cents per unit of tot
. Saturday, Oct. 21.
WJZ Newark S0 meters)
2 v. m. Play by play "results of the
Yale-West Point football game at New
Haven, - -
.7 p. m. "Uncle Wlgsiiy stories oy
Hit ward R. Gara.
8.30 p. m. Current Topics. y the in-,
stitute for Puiblic Service.
8.35 JJ. m. Fashions. s
8.40 p. m. Under the Evening Lamp.
8.45 p. m. Address by Judge George
S. Silzer, democratic candidate for gov
ernor of New Jersey.
9 p. m. The Breckwoods Dance or
chestra, George E. Banlbury, manager.
9.20' a., m. Stories ana monologues,
by Eva M. Bacon of Wood Haven, L. I.
s.ta p. m. uecitai py -isaoei xjiury,
soprano. . . ' .' .
9.55 p. ; m. Standard time signals
from Arlington: official weather fore
cast. ' . " -: " !
10.01 . m. Musical program contin
r KDKA Ptttstmrgb. (400 meters)
3 p. m. Popular concert . By . the
Crescent- Entertainers, H. B, Clugston,
7.30 jp. m. -Under the Evening Lamp.
8 p. m. Bedtime story for the kid
dies. '..-: -- . " - .
9 p. m. Victor Reufber, violin; Dr.
Russell H. 'kirk, baritone j Bethel H!a-
WBZ Springfield. (360 meters)
7.30 p. m. Bedtime story,
7.45 p. m. Crop report by V. E. Sanders.---'..''
8 p. m. Musical selections.
8.10 p.- m. Literary evening.
8.30 p. m. Musical selections.
8.35 p. m. Scientific Review,
8.50 p. m. Musical selections.
- WOB Newark (400 meters.)
2.30 p. m. Broadcasting of the foot
ball game between Harvard and Centre
College of Kentucky, played at Cam
6.15 to f p. m. Halsey Miller's Rob
ert Treat orchestra.
WGY Schenectady (400 meters)
6 p. m. Results of football games.
WGI Medford Hillside (360 meters)
'7 a. m. Before Breakfast Set-Ups,
Arthur E. Baird.
: 9.30 a. m. Musical program.
10.30 ' a. m. Forecast U. S. Weather
bureau (485 meters). :.. ,
11.30 a. m. Music.
2.30 p. m. Harvard-Center college
football game. Complete description of
the game as it progresses will be broad
casted from stadium. The cheering,
songs and band music will also be re
6 p. m. Weekly crop report (485 me
ters).- ' ' . "
6.30 p. m. Boston police reports ;
late news flashes;, early Bport news. -
8 p. m. Evening program
I. Science Up to Date. '
II. Concert, Lotus Male -Quartet
Robert C. Martin, first tenor; W. W.
Hicks, second tenor ; H. N. Raymon'l,
first bass ; F. B. Cannell, second bass.
GOLDBLATT'S SHOE STORE
WE ARE OFFERING VERY ATTRACTIVE
VALUES FOR TODAY
We carry a select stock of shoes from leading
manufacturers of ths country at a run of;
prices from $1.95 to $8.50. .
SURE TO FIT EVERY FOOT AND
' EVERy PURSE.
A fine line of Ladies' Comfort Slippers, in all
colors, at $1.00. V
GOLDBLATT'S SHOE STORE
46 Franklin Square Norwich, Conn.
.. 28 .
Penn R R 48
Pierce Oil pr
Ray Con . . . .
Heading 1 pr ...
Heading I pr ...
Rep I ft St .
Repub 1 ft S pr
South Pacific . . .
South Railway .
South Ry pr ., .
Tobacco Prod ..
. 28 f
Demand .... I
Cables .. .
Francs . . ,. . .
Guilders . 4 . .
Lire .. ......
Swiss francs , .
Pesetas . ...
Kronen . . . . .
Denmark . ,; . .
Norway .M ...
Greece . . . , , . .
Argentina ., ,
New York, Oct 20 Call money easier ;
high 4 1-2 ; low 4, 1-2 ; ruling rate t4 1-2 ;
closing bid 4 1-2 ; offered at 5 ; last loaan
i 1-2 ; call loans against acceptances 4.
I " COTTON ' .-
Kew York, Oct 20 Copper dull, elec
trolytic spot and futures 13 7-8 14:
tin easier, spot and futures 34.87 35.00 ;
iron steady, prices unchanged; lead stea
dy, spot 1.50 6.76; -zinc firm. East St
Louis spot' and nearby delivery 6.85 ; an
timony, spot 6.75 7.00.
CUT THIS OCT IT IS WOBTH HONXT
Cut out this slip, enclose with 5o and
mall it to Foley ft Co., 2836 Sheffield Ave.,
Chicago, 111., writing your name and ad
drees tlearly. You will receive In return
a trial package containing Foley's Honey
and Tar Compound, for conorha. enlda r,rt
crrmp; Foley Kidney Pills, for naln. in
sides and back, rheumatism, backache kid
'i na oiaaaer ailments, ana Foley Ca
thartio Tablet a whnl.mm anil thn.
o'inhly cleansing cathartic for constipa
tion, biliousness, headaches, and sluggish
L. A. -Carroll, pastor St. William's Ro
man Catholic church. Turtle Creek,- Pa.
7.30 p. m. Services of Point Breeze
Presbyterian church. Fifth and . Penn
avenues; Pittsburgh, Pa., Dr. P. H. Bar
ker, minister.' . . -
WGI Medford Hillside (360 meters)
11 a. m. Entire, church service of
the South Congregational church, Exe
ter and Newbury streets, Boston, P.ev.
Edward Cummings, pastor. An organ (
recital will follow the : church service,
William .E. Zeuch, organist ,
4 p. m. Twilight Concert. I. The
Family Circle : 1. Tony and the Mar
ket List; 2", A Homespun Hallowe'en ;
3, A Sleepy Grass Incident. II. Th&
liingerDreaa Man advance presentation
of musical comedy to be given under
auspices, of the Highland Chapter, Or
der of Eastern Star at Somerville thea
tre, Somerville, Mass.
6.30 p. m. Boston police reports.
7.30 p. m. Radio church service con
ducted by Kev. George A. Gordon, in
charge. Speaker, Dr. Wayne B. Whee
ler. Subject, Enforcement or Nullifica
tion. . . ;- : j-'
CHICAGO OBAIN MABKET
Chicago, Oct 20 Wheat " averatrcd
higher in price today helped by indica
tions or gooa export and milling demand.
a circumstance which more than counter
balanced the unsettling effect of much
undoing of spreads between December de
livery and May. The close was nervous,
varying from 6-S off to 3-4 cents . net
gain, with December 11.13 2-8 to 1.12
1-2, and May 11.12 5-8 to 1.12 8-4. Corn
finished at l.cent 1-4 to 3-4 advance:'
oats unchanged to 1-2 cents higher and
provisions unchanged tto 15 cents down.
At the start selling ascribed to foreign
ers had a somewhat depressing influence
on wheat values, with pit traders becom
ing rather active on the bear side of the
market. Commission houses, though.
gradually absorbed the surplus offerings,
and purchasing for eastern account de
veloped, causing shorts to bid up prices
sharply after mid-day, December, nev
ertheless failing to strengthen as much
as deferred months.
Gossip current among handlers of cash
wheat here was to the effect that ex
plorers were In a tight position with
vessels waiting and grain sold, but with
little to be had In the line of fresh sup
piles transportation difficulties contin
uing to act as a big hindrance. It was
said also, however, that signs pointed to
an easing up in the congestion from Buf
falo eastward. Demand from elevator
concerns gave Independent firmness to
corn and oats. Falling off in receipts was
noted together with meagernesa of coun
try offerings to arrive. The Rumanian
com crop was reported as 63,000,000
bushels less than last year. :
Provisions were easier In line with tk
Sunday, Oct, 22.
, WJZ Newark (360 meters)
10.30 a. m. Musical program.
12 m. Musical program.
3 p. m. Radio chaipel services con
ducted iby the Rev. Charles L Slattery,
Grace Episcopal church. New York city.
Sacred music by the church choir.
4 p. m.-Talk by Dr. Karl K Quinty,
Roseville Methodist Episopal church,
Roseville, N. J.
4.30 p. m. Literary Vesper service
conducted by Edgar White Burrill, of j
New -York, on-The Kingdom -of Child-j
hood. . ' . -.' j
j 6.30 p. m. Readings and Records
from The Bujbble Books That Sing.
- 7 p. m. Adventure Stories for older
boys and girls.
7.30 p. m. Ask Adventure Man, by
7.45 p. m.---Brazil and . Centennial Ex
position, by Annie S. Peck.
8 p. m. Recital by Elizabeth Evans,
soprano, from Texas. ;
9.05 p. m. Recital by George S. Mad
den, baritone ; Maurice LeFarge, ac
companist, arranged by George . H.
Lawson, of Brooklyn.
. 9.30 p. m. Interpretation of Shakes
peare, by Miss Mona Morgan. .
KDKA Pittsburgh (400 meters)
11 a. m. Services of the'' First Pres
byterian church. ' of - Pittsfcurgh, Rev.
Maitland Alexander, D. D., pastor.
2.45 p. m. Children's Bible r Story,
3 p. m. Radio chapel at Westing
house Station KDKA, conducted bj1 Rev.
Rev.. Robert Humphrey will be in Lis
bon at the Newent church Sunday even
ing to give an illustrated lecture on, In
dia. ' ' -v . ' .
The Christian Endeavor meeting will
be i held at the parsonage Sunday even
ing. The grange held their regular meeting
Wednesday evening. Thursday evening a
number of patrons' went to Pachaug
grange, where they gave a part Of .the
Mies Melissa Larkham"1 of Norwich
Town has been visiting her sister, Mrs.
Levi Clark, and nephew, Henry Larkham.
She is now spending a few days with her
niece, Mrs. Henry Davis..
- Mrs. William Wright has returned from
a visit with friends in Worcester.
The Woodstock Dairy
All followers of the auction cane
should arrange to attend the following
Important sales scheduled lot next
MONDAY, Oct. t. 1S1. a 1
'eiork a. n rmtn mr hints Guru-its
tiros, win sen at tnr Bide view larm
In North Brookfleld, Mum., 50 head of
rattle. hnrMt wi.nna nnA
WEDNESDAY. Orl. ts, m I e'elor 1
a. m.. as prevlouoly advertised, George
H. Kimball wl.l hold his grand sale of
100 head ef attractive thrroughbred
and trade Holsieini at Woods Hill
Farm, Town ot Porafret. Conn.
-FRIDAY. Oct 17. at 14) e'eterk a. ,
we will sell for De-Forrest Vi'eYJt at
his farm known as the Weaver place.
in so-called Kast J'rooklyn. arout live
via Brooklyn state highway. 4
Mr. Wells will dispose of Ms entire
farm equipment for the high doi'.at.
including a fine line of modern too!,
w&gonx. crons . hnrsen, cows, poultry,
etc. The farm of 60 acres, with ell
buildings thereon, will be offered lor
sale at 1 o'clock p. m.
This Is a highly rroductlre farm
and - should be Inspected previous to
the sale. The location if Wal Watch
for the full copy ot this sale.
Offie and Salrsreems, 4t Mala
. Street, DsnlrUea. Cona.
Rale conducted threagboat 2V
Orange Kounty Butter
490 r5tor print 52 c
FOR SALE AoUaaebllea
WOODSTOCK CREAMERY BUTTER, pound .... 45c
Railroad Strikes Lose Terror -
Kotor . vehicles registered .In this
country number 10,620,471 on July 1.
That may help explain why threats
of railroad strikes fail to terrify the
WANTED Immediately, two single
men who understand farm work and
Mrs. George Goddard, who with her P.!J.d7,,woik- A.?5iy
little son has been visiting her parents, vtiw r. Vol -Mno., s'i
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lovell, for several oct21d .
Chinas Grain Market.
Wheat High. ! Low. Close.
Deo. ... H3tt 11 IK 112
May ... 113H . 111H 113
July ... 105 104 1054
Dec. ... 64 SS 7
May ... 69 67 . 61
July 19 , 67, 68
Dec. ...i 434 41H 41
Mayl ... 424 41 ' , 42?i
July .... 40 38H . 39
' .- and ''
40 Franklin Street
Allen Jewett continues to ealn steadily
from his recent illness.
Mr.- and, Mrs. Warren W. Averill and
Mrs. G. W. Smlthie of Putnam, and Mrs.
Wilfred Briggs of Pomfret, visited Viola
Clark, Sunday. - .
George Upton and Bon, Turner, of
Norwich, are recent viaitors In town.
Mrs. Viola J. Clark visited Miss Annie
Page of Danielson last Saturday.
Dr. Meredith and N. Searle Light,
of Hartford, L. T. Garrison, regional su
pervisor of schools, called on the local
school recently.'' Y ,
Mrs. E. c Jewett entertained over
the week end her slater, Mrs. W. A.
French of Plantsville. also her brother.
B. O. Ennls, and daughter, Ruth, of New
Mrs. Rupert, of , Plalnfleld visited her
grandmother, Mrs. George . Keeler, this
J. Arnold Mordock' of Medford, Mass.,
spent last week with his uncle, Allen
Mr. and Mrs. George Moran and
daughter, are guests of Mrs. Moran's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Stone.
William Scott of Fort Wright, N. YM
is at ziis come nera;
Subierlption to alt American and
SHEA'S NEWS BUREAU
. UNION SQUARE
Good Quality Low Price
See our i Window Display of
Blue and White Enamelware.
A few 3 ft. One-Man Saws
At a Very Low Price.
14-qt. Aluminum Dish Pan
74 FRANKLIN STREET
i TELEPHONE, 631-4
weeks, recently returned to her home In
Montreal. - Mr. Goddard came by auto
mobile and spent the week end here.
The republican caucus was held Mon
day evening and! the democratic Tuesday
evening. For representatives, the nomi-
n.4inns tvM Ui-b TJllian TiVinV Diul An.,
drew Clark, republicans; Fred Cone and -Public. Boston Transcript
Herbert Tracy, democratic.
Mrs. C. H. Pellett ot Danielson, -Ray
Pellett and Mrs. Helen Green were
guests of Nelson Lyons Sunday, and also
at H. B. Brown's. They were accompa
nied (by other friends. s .
"Miss Sara L. Hadley is at her home in
South Canterbury after a stay of , several
months In New 'b ork.
THE ATTENTION OF AUTOMOBILE
BITERS WHO WAST GOOD TBEB
CARS AT EXCEPTIONALLY - LOW
We are offering seme weaderfnl vslaes,
f which the following are samples:
Essex Sedan 1920. just out of paint
hop, excellent tires, Sl,:o0; Esaex TMmi
ter, 600 ; Reo 7-paset-nger ToiU'lng,
$500; Reo Touring, "300; Chevrolet
1 E-pamenger. $325 ; Hudson 7-passenger,
j400 ; Hudson 7-passenger, $300; Hudson
(Sedan. $500; Hudson Sedan, $400; Over
land Baby Grand. $200 ; Maxwell Tour
ing, $150; Oakland 1920 Touring, $400;
Oakland Touring, $250. Great . values
all, and various others to select from.
A. O. THOMPSON, F. 8., Chiropodist,
Foot Specialist (protect your feetj. Suite
7-8 Alice Bldg., 321 Main Su, Noiwich.
Conn. Phone 1366-4.' JanSld
Folly and failure roost on the same
perch. ' .i
TOO LATE FOR CLASSIFICATION
Prop. s .e irsl
UOLM. u. Uorrusey.
caraKe servwe ooa-
Whitestone Cigars are $70 per thousand.
J. F. CON ANT, 11 Franklin HU
Essex Touring. $1,150; Ford Bedai
(new price), $663; Ford Touring f (new
price), $450; two Ford ton trucks, $421 1
Ford ton truck with platform body, $650 ; -
Ford half-ton delivery truck, $550.
Any of these cars eaa be bencht as
time payments a well a far cash. ,'" "
C. H. PELLETT,
Telephone 190. .
NORWICH Auto and Truck PaintShop:
all work guaranteed. Joseph Ferry, Pond
SL Phone 1397. octll
TONIGHT Store yonr car at Hayes
Brothers' Gar it e. Ferry St ; two weii
equipped wasnstanda. Taxi acrvioe Two
seven-passenger cars to-rent. TeL 2211.
THERE IS MERIT In our work; try K. -
Imperial Garage Co.. Chestnut St. PbotM
129. y , Je3?d .
ACTO TOPS, radiator cover, nrtalna,
Itp covers snd tire covtrs. rrdpholster
lng. all kinds o'. autos. Jo Angarano.
Pond St. Phoc 1397. surlvd
Imagine smokeless broiling in
a warm kitchen! The Fortress
. d ....iiiu. !.. ,. i uii. ' mmmmm mjiiiii .l.ium
gives you just that. It gives you all the':
savory cooking and kitchen warmth of coal
or wood, and the instant obedience of gas.
And besides that, the gas end has the Craw
ford Adjustable Broiler, which is instantly
adjustable to any distance from the flame.
There are no ashes to spill around the Fort
ress Crawford, and there's no coal -hod to
trip over, foriboth hods are hidden in the
base of the range. Single-damper control, of
course, and the same "lifetime" construction
that made it possible for New England women
to cook "more than a million breakfasts on
Crawfords this morning."
SEE IT TODAY AT
62-66 MAIN ST : r ' FINN'S BLOCK
NORWICH ' v 'JEWETT C1T a
WM. E. SHANLEY
499 MAIN STREET
FORD - ' DODGE a-t-S.
BLICK, OVERLAND. BRISCO. CHET-
ROLET. OAKLAND. ESSEX fit. , .
Thene are an r aew pries eei Hartfer4
Batteries, all fMrate4 IS maaUia.
J917-SS model, with shell, IIS.
l17-zt model, wlth.ut shell, 114.
1911-1S model, SI 7. 40.
iord Track anadel, SIS. ,
All Bra Heacyeamb Badlatara
THE JOHNSON CO, 'i
107-10 Franklia St, Norwich,, Coaa.
AND REPAIR WORK
OF ALL KINDS ' !
Trucks a n d "Carts
Mechanical Ftepaira, Painting. Trim- .
mino. Uphoisterina and. Wood Work.
Blacksmithing In All Its Branch
Scott & Clark Corp.'
507 TO S15 NORTH MAIN STREET
WHEN TOC WANT to put your busi
ness betore the duUUc there is no medi
um better ?nao ... rough the advertising
toiuoms of Tti Euicuo.