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V/^ .1- OB***'* •1» ▲ meetltur of the Democratic Womah’a club, an affiliated mam bar of the Connecticut Federation of Democratic. Women’e clubs, was held Tueaday night at the home of Mrs. Joseph Thompson of Oakville Instead of at tlje town hall as was originally planned. Mrs. Ida Thomas of New Milford was the guest speaker. A routine business meeting wae held. Mrs. Joseph Thompson was elected vice chair man, and Miss Alvefa Zuraltls, secretary, to succeed the officers of the former organisation. It was decided to change the date of the monthly meetings from the first Tuesday to the last Tues day of the month to avoid conflict ing dates. A program committee consisting of the officers, Mias Mary Cosgrove, Mrs. Joseph Thompson, Miss Alvera Zuraltls, and Miss Marion Cromwell, was chosen to take charge of the next meeting. A membership drive will be ini tiated and it Is hoped that every one Interested In the club will try to attend the next meeting. Freshmen to Meet Pupils entering high school tor the first time this year ard asked to come in three alphabetical groups for purposes of registration and scheduling planning. The first group, those whose names begin with the letters A to L inclusive, should be present Thursday morn ing from 10 to 12; the second group, those from K to R inclusive, from 2 to 4 p. m. Thursday; and the rest should be at the high school Friday morning from 10 to 12 o'clock. Fish and Game Report A report submitted by Oliver La Belle, Jr., secretary of the Water town Fish and Dame association, shows an Increase in the member ship of the association which now numbers 583 members. Every Monday evening trap shooting is scheduled at the club grounds on Echo Lake road. Everyone is welcome to make use of the grounds and take part in the trap shooting. On the 15th of September the association is holding a coon hound field trial at the Watertown Riding club. To date 8,512 acres of land have been opened to the association for regulated shooting. The following landowners have added their prop erty to the list during the past month: John Kalenauskas, Fred erick W. Archer, John F. Camp bell, George C, Lanky", D. J. Litdas, N. Fltspatriek, John Zdanls, Fred erick J. Baldwin and Robert W. Purvis. The following members joined the association during the past month: Herman Janeck, F. K. English, Frederick Quick, Qeorgc R. Pryor, Anthony Batula, Stephen J. Clark, Edward B. Plerpont, Pat rick J. Cronan, Earl W. Scott, Rob ert E. Johnson, Edward M. Ker nan, Ellsworth J. Leach, Timothy Moynlhan, Raymond Peck, Edward J. Sheehy, R. S. Swlmscoe, Howard Williams, Emil DeFerrarl, Ter rence J. Donnelly, Fitch 8. Doo little, Daniel Ferrari, Kenneth W. i Fischer, Floyd Good, Domenlo Guerrera, O. A. Hansen, John W. Wllhelmy, Morten Petersen, Amel lo Ghallafl, Maurice Barberet, Jo seph Baronl, Michael J. Ezzo, Charles Fenn, A. E. H. Mathes, William E. Tyrell, Michael H. Shea, Walter H. Davis, James T. Burns, Jack Noel, John Lakenaus kas, Frederick W. Archer, John F. Campbell, George G. Lanky, D. Ji Lindas, John W, York, Raymond H. Benson, Wilbur E. Bucking ham, George Jackman, Charles Van Beuren, Leman Judson, Fred W. Deichmann, William Platt, E. J. Rockwell, Nietro Longo, Mi chael Kenny, Paclflco Longo, James McManamy, Jr., Frank Me Manamy, S. Kellogg Plume, George Delevleleuse, Frank DelPo, L. An tonio Guerrera, Bud Woodward, August Gasagrande, Nlok Mecca, Ray Glynn, Fiorle Capolupo, Tony Dlmesco, Edwin W. Burkhardt, Dr. Wilbur J. Moore, N. Fitzpatrick, John Zdanls, Frederick J. Baldwin, Robert W. Purvis, Edward P. Wal lace and Richard McGough. Farewell Party . Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Tortoricl of the Guernseytown district, enter tained recently at a farewell party In honor of their son Joseph, and of Joseph Cameron of Waterbury, who left Labor day for Cleveland. A social evening with games and dancing was enjoyed and refresh ments were served. Music for the occasion was furnished by the East End Hillbillies. Those who attend ed were: Mr. and Mrs. Joseph LRerz, Miss Rena Cameron, Miss Anna Lovello, Louis Lers, Nicholas Cameron, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tortoricl, Lewis Cameron, Mrs. Catherine Petite, Mr. and Mrs. Al exander Lerz and family, Joseph Cameron, Miss Carrie Tortoricl, Anthony and Carmello Tortoricl, Charles Egal and Miss Victoria Actorle. The first fall meeting of the f Lady Hewitt council of Sunshine Girls will be held this evening at 7 o’clock at Columbia hall. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Hoffman and family have moved from Chestnut grove to Knowlton street Mr. and Mrs, Henry Atwood and children of Prospect street have re turned from a ten day motor trip through the New England sutes, Montreal and upper New York state. Miss Evelyn Wookey of Baldwin street will enter the Waterbury hospital training school for nurses on September 9th. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Dustin, Miss Bernice Smith and Joseph Lfnskey have returned from a week-end visit with relatives In Randolph and Waterbury, Vermont. Mr. and Mrs. Percy Osborne of Bethlehem have moved into Lou vane Pox’s house on the LitohSeld road. David Allen, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Allen of the Mlddlebury road, has returned to his home after spending the summer at Seal Harbor, Maine. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hanning of New York city spent the week-end at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Hanning of Highland avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Charles TOrtorlci of New York city spent the week end at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph TOrtorlci of the Guernsey town district. Mr. and Mrs. Irving Baldwin and children, Marlon and Russell!, of Waterbury, and Mrs. Edgar Dalns and children, Norman and Bobby, of Woodbury, were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Booth. ' Mrs. Pred Poster and son Paul of Cutler street have returned from a two weeks' vacation spent at Oak Bluffs, Martha’s Vineyard. Miss Marjorie Reynolds of Wheeler street has returned to her duties at the Taft school office. Mr. and Mrs. Prederlck Quick and children of Charleston, South Carolina, left Saturday after spend ing their vacation with Mr. and Mra Frederick Quick of Atwood street. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Geothegan and daughter Eileen of Cherry avenue spent the week-end as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Henessey In Hlngham, Mass. James Nalsmlth of Echo Lake road has returned from Watch Hill, Rhode Island, where he spent the summer. SI Alb Registration night at Warner State theater. TO-nlght la the night I On the acreen a corking good ahow headlined by the aenaatlonal new hit "Every Night at Eight.” George Raft heads the brilliant cast that also Includes Frances Langford, radio atar who makes her screen debut, Alice Faye, Fat ay Kelly, Walter Catlett, the Three Radio Rogues and others. Overflowing with tuneful melo dies, crammed with comedy mo ments from start to finish, with romance generously mixed with the other two ingredients, "Every Night at Eight” deviates from the traditional path of moat screen musical comedies by having an en tirely original and timely theme as the background for its story. Capitalising on the amateur hour rage that has been sweeping the country, this fllmuslcal not only brings It from the air to screen for the first time but uses It as an hilarious sequence In the pic ture. Outstanding song hits In the film Include “Then Tou’ve Never Been Blue,” "Take It Easy,” “I Feel a Song Coming On” and several others. Manager Julia M. Smith has booked a special surrounding pro gram of short subjects to top off this super-feature attraction and all In all provided an entertain ment that should Induce capacity houses for the remainder of the week. Included in the surrounding program is "Going On Two,” an Intimate camera story of Canada's famous babies, the Dionne quintu plets, which Is as delightfully en tertaining as any feature picture you have seen this year. These pictures of the tots are the finest ever made and were supervised by Dr. A. R. Dafoe their physician. About MOO persons journeyed to Callander, Ontario over the week end to see them but you can enjoy the same privilege without travel ing and In the comfort of your favorite theater. Also Included on the bill Is "Wings Over Mount Everest”, the first pictures ever taken from an airplane of this SS.OOO foot giant. The hazards of the trip, and In teresting sidelights on the picture are narrated by Lowell Thomas. I Careful Drivers’ League To end (lie appalling toll of human live* on the highway* CommlMloner of Motor Vehicle* Michael Connor haa halted every motorist to tahe the following pledge. Every self-respecting mo torlat shook! sign hi* or her name In the space provided below the pledge and forward It to Cemmissloaer Connor, ear* of tba Waterbary Democrat. Waterbary should pride herself on adherence to any motor safety campaign. Sign below and beep these promises. To drive at moderate speed. Not to cot la and ont of traffle. Not tc pass on corvee or hills or at all an less the road Is dear of traffic for a long distance ahead. Not to tahe chances. Not to try to beat traffic lights. To watch ont for pedestrians and particularly for children, « To respect stop signs. Always to signal when making tarns or slowing down and particularly when polling away from the enrh. To remember that If I extend the same oonrtesy to n fellow driver that I woo Id when walking to a fellow pedestrian there trill .be few accident*. Ka_ie ..... Address ....*9rs««.*e*.. .re*.. All drivers are arged to dtp this eoepon, sign their names, and forward to this office. Additional copUe may be seen red where organlietioas may wish to dtotribote them to employes hr calling The Democrat. SAVE YOURSELF TIME, ENERGY AND MONEY BY f READING AND USING THE WANT ADS DAILY Announcement* LOST—Sum of money In email puree with elastlo band. Finder known. Return Box C-140, Demo* crat. STOMACH ULCER, <3AS PAINS, INDIGESTION victims, why suf fer? For quick relief set a free sample of Udga, a doctor’s pre scription, at Apothecaries Hall Co. •H Special Nodose DENTISTRY At the Lowest Prices DR. S. L. WHITRIGHT 1M Bast Main St Dial S-SSS6 COFFEE — Roasted and ground While - U - Walt, sio up. CoSes Roasting Shoppe, S Union St TeL 4-0173. - OLD GOLD Tellow, Green, White or Red We buy them all 'Nuff Bed. New High Prices Paid THE OLD GOLD STORE 142 Bank St. PARTS FOR ALL MAKES OF ^ WASHING MACHINES Domestic Appliance, 17S W. Main. RADIO Service and XV a is a vs Electrical Work Johnson Elec. Co. 114 N. Main St. samass ■mr-BS~m;i i ■ meaam —..jm - CIGARETTE BURNS—Moth holes, outs, eto. Linens, silks rewoven Invisible. Tears mended. Eastern Teatlle Weaving Co, 111 Grand St, Buckingham Bldg. I-77S». PERSONS TO BE MADE VOTERS: The Registrars ot Voters, their Deputies and Assistants will be In session on Monday, September 9th, 1933, at the below named places, from 9 o’clock In the forenoon un til 9 o’clock in the afternoon, standard time, for the purpose of placing on a list under the title "To Be Made" the names of those per sons by whom or In whose behalf claim Is made as provided by law that they be admitted as Electors. 1st Ward—Room 1, 41 East Main St. 2nd Ward—119 North Main 8t, Baglas' Hail. 3rd Ward—235 Grand 8t„ Regis trars of Voters Office, City Hall. 4th Ward—423 So. Main St., Francq-Amerlcan Club. Sth Ward—123 So. Main St., Mar tin's Pharmacy, 6th Voting District—1SE1 Thom as ton Are., Fire House, Watervllle. Application for reinstatements by former electors of this city will be All •lector* who have changed their residence within the past year should notify the registrars of vot ers of such change of address In order that they may be properly listed for the coming City Election. MICHAEL F. SLAVIN ALBERT O. FALLER, Registrars of voters. Aug. 30-31-Sept. 4. STATE of CONNECTICUT, DIS TRICT of WATERBURY, ss. PRO BATE COURT, Sept. 3rd, 193E. ESTATE of PRANX SHEEHT, late of the town of Waterbury, In said district, deceased. The Court of Probate for the Dis trict of Waterbury, hath limited and allowed six months from the date hereof for the creditors of said es tate to exhibit their claims for settle ment. Those who neglect to present their accounts, properly attested, within said time, will be debarred a recovery. All persons Indebted to said estate are requested to make Immediate payment to PRANK SHEEHT. >-3-3t _ Administrator, c|t.a. LIQUOR PERMIT NOTICE OP APPLICATION This Is to give notice that I, Saverlo Dello, of Hillside Ave., Oak ville, Conn., have Died an applica tion dated August list, 1985, with the Liquor Control Commission for a Tavern Permit for the sale of alcoholic liquor on the premises, Main St., Oakville, Conn. The busi ness Is owned by Saverlo Dello. of Hillside Ave., Oakville, Conn., and will he conducted by Saverlo Dello, of Hillside Ave., Oakville, Conn., as permittee. SAVERIO DELIO. Dated August 81st, 1935. 9-4-11 STATE of CONNECTICUT, DIS TRICT of WATERBURY, BS. PRO BATE COURT, Sept. 4th, 1935. ESTATE of MARY ELLEN O' ROURKE. late of the town of Waterbury, In said district, de ceased. The Court of Probate for the Dis trict of Waterbury, hath limited and allowed six months from the date hereof for the creditors of said es tate to exhibit their claims for set tlement. Those who neglect to present their accounts, properly at tested. within said time, will be de barred a recovery. All persons in debted to said estate are requested to make Immediate payment to FRANCIS J. O'ROURKE, 9-4-3t Administrator. POLI’S Opening today at Poll’s is a dou ble feature program, the beat In the unbroken great string of fea tures shown at this popular theater all summer. The first feature Is “Red-Heads on Parade" with John Boles, Dixie Dee and five hundred of the most beautiful girls In the world. It Is loaded with songs, dances and mu sical numbers. On the same program there is another outstanding film “Dressed To Thrill." This features the suave, debonair Clive Brook and the many fans of this popular star will be given a treat when they see the Impressive performance that this favorite gives In this film. Tonight, another of the great stage shows of ths Poll theater is scheduled, K acts have been brought from New Tork and they will pro vide stage entertainment'galore. Make up a party and come down and see this great show tonight and you will be well repaid. As a special added attraction there will be Qua Meyers, Jr., with his fiddle, and this talented star in his few appearances has made a legion of friends, he will be seen leading the band'of Harry Brinkman. Saturday brings the famed Major Bowes Amateurs to town, the trav eling No. I unit, with the greatest of the stars who havs been chosen by the radio audiences of the world. First and foremost Is Paul Regan the-sensational Impersonator, Mra Marguerite Ryan, the amateur Mary Garden, Major Bowes original One Man Band, the Stauffer Twins, Gold Medal Saxaphone trio, Adol phus Robinson, the youthful col ored singer from New Rochelle. Jack Squires, the keeper of the ‘gong’ and a host of others. !Automobile• *H Ante Sprint*, Axle*, Bio. Q*t Ready for Inspection. Framei straightened, wheels aligned. WA TERBURY AUTO SPRING CO., II Brown Place. PERREAULT Ill Sooth Bain Street Dial 1-4414 . . i n t Antoe and Truck* For Salt 111086 Who Hesitate-Lose ‘II Ford Sedan. 100 miles *14 Ford Conv. Coupe '14 Pontlao DeLuxe Coach *14 Chevrolet Sport Coupe '14 Chrysler Sedan 'll Pontlao DeLuxe Sedan '13 Plymouth Deluxe Coup* 'll Chevrolet Deluxe Coach *83 Chevrolet DeLuxe Rds. '82 Wlllys-Knlght Sedan *82 Rockne Sedan *81 Chevrolet DeLuxe Sedan 'll Nash Conv. Sedan '81 Bulck Sedan CREEL BROS., INC. 414 Meadow St. Dial 1.1131 NAUGATUCK BRANCH ' 110.124 North Main Street 1820—Dodge Rack Job. Good con dition, priced to sell quickly, 1100 Loehmann Chevrolet (Open Evenings) 878 WEST MAIN ST. DIAL 8-8131 1884 PLYMOUTH DE LUXE Rumble Seat Coup* John J. Collins, Inc. DeSoto and Plymouth 38 Willow 1934 NASH—8-cyllnder Town Se dan. Painted a beautiful Blegc and very smart looking. 1934 PLYMOUTH—DeLuxe Sedan Painted the new gun metal gray Small mileage, top shape. The Waterbury Nash Co. NASH-LAFAYETTE 395 West Main St. Dial 3-1193 Silver Streak Pontiac As Low «7QQ Delivered As ^‘y<,ln Waterbury Your Old Car accepted as all oi Part Down Payment. Monthly pay ments to suit. USED CAR BARGAINB 1930 Ford Roadster 1932 Bulck E-Pass. Victoria 1931 Bulck DeLuxe Sport Coupe 1930 Bulck 6-Pass. Sedan 1929 Nash Conv. Coupe SEVERAL OTHERS from »60 UE LIBERAL TERMS. TRADES THE HOTCHKISS MOTOR co. 17-25 WILLOW ST. Dial 3-3177 Open Bvenlngi REAL BUYS 1934 Chevrolet Coach 1933 Chevrolet Sport Coupe 1932 Bulck Coupe 1932 Ford Tudor Sedan 1927 Hudson Sedan. t 36 1930 Chevrolet Coach ...... 3126 1928 Ford Spt. Coupe. 3 60 1928 Ford Coach . 3 40 1928 Bulck Sedan . 3 66 GROVE USED CAR EXC., Inc. 14 Grove St Dial 4-6971 USED CARS OF MERIT *34 Oldsmoblle 6 Touring Coupe ’33 DeSoto Sedan *31 LeSalle Town Sedan CADILLAC - OLDS - LA SALLE 604 Watertown Ave. Dial 6-1149 (Open Evenings) REO 2% Ton Rack Body STEWART % Ton Express *34 STUDEBAKER Sedan *36 STUDEBAKER Demonstrator Studebaker Agency Pierce Arrow Sales & Service 379 West Main St. Dial 3-4186 Hundreds Turn To The Want Ads Daily! Your advertisement will surely meet their attention. Let the people know what you have to offer—things to sell, places to rent, property to trade or what have you? Never let an occasion go by without advertising on the classified page of the Democrat. Right now there is a demand for many seasonable things. If you experience difficulty in prepar ing your ad, a want ad-taker will gladly help you. DEMOCRAT WANT ADS PHONE 4-2121 'Automobile* —— . i —— • Arin and Tracks Hoc Isis TODAY’S SPECIAL! 1984 FORD COUPE. $395.0 1982 Ford'Coupe . $275.0 1981 Ford Coach . $195.0 1930 Ford Coupe .. $160.0 1980 Chev. Coupe . $150.0 1931 Chev. Roadster .... $176.0 1931 Ford DeLuxe Sedan. $186.0 1931 Auburn Sedan . $225.0 1933 International Pickup $326.0 Malcom Motor Sales USED CAR LOT 40Q WEST MAIN $4 Sanies Stations, Repairing FOR QUICK ROAD SERVICE oi Tlrss, Batteries and lrnltlon Trouble Call $.6905. Batterle recharged, 60o without service SOMMA AUTO SUPPLY. 334-231 Bast Main St. Employment 17 Men Wanted DEISEL ENGINE OPERATORS In demand. See advertlsemen under “Educational.” Phone M. J Hawkins, Hotel Elton. It Male or Female EXPERIENCED TELEPHONI SOLICITORS — Liberal commis slon. Dial 3-0431 for appointment Educational 14 Local and Private Instructor* A FEW MEN—Now employed wll be selected in this area by a largi organization to start lmmedlati training tor Delsel Engine anc Power Station work. Must me me chanlcally inclined. For lmme diate interview. Phone M. J. Haw kins, Hotel Elton. WILL TEACH reliable men servlc lng Electric Refrigerator and All Conditioning; spare time. Writi Utilities Eng. Inst., Box C-142 in care Democrat. Merchandise 2* Building Materials PLUMBING Best Quality! Lowest prices! Save money; laboi furnished; visit Siller Plumblnf Supply Showroom, Cor. No. Eln & No. Main St. TeL 4-8403. SO Business * Offloe equipment BARGAINS USED CASH REGISTERI The National Cash Register Co. 10 Willow St 80 Household Articles Stove plPeH> Parts and Repalri also Plumbing Supplies Waterbury Stove Repair Co., 256 Bank St. Dial 4-626E BLANKETS, RUGS, SHEETS, Pi! low Cases, etc. Convenient terms Phone 4-6606 for home demon, stratlon. STOVES.$9.9S HADLEY BARGAIN ANNEX 103 Meadow St. Termi MM Mattresses SUPERIOR MATTRESSES Pillows, Box Springs, Mattresses Repairing: 1 Day Service. Superior Mattress Co. DIAL 3-8320 YALE MATTRESS CO New Mattresses at Wholesale Prices. Mattresses, Pillows A Box Springs Renovated. 1-Day Serv. Dial 3-6330 Merchandise St Hooaenold Articles > Good For 1 Week More 3 ROOMS SLIGHTLY USED FURNITURE-$65 —Extended 1 Week More —Sat., Sept. 7th Last Day —Only $5 Down * —Only $1 Week —Free Delivery —Free Storage —Free Auto Service So many of our patrons have been disappointed due to the early ex piration date, that we have decided : to continue the Sale of the S Rooms of Slightly Used Furniture for $65, up to and Including Sat., Sept. 7th. Positively none will be sold after , this date. These 3 rooms include Bed Room, Living Room and Klt J chen. A Dinning Room may be substituted for any room If desired. [ You may also purchase any room separately. 7 "COURTESY AUTOS” , are ready to serve you. Simply phone or write us and we will call for you, no matter where you live, and of course bring you back home • again. This service does not place you under any obligation whatso ever, whether it is morning, after : noon or evening. Please remem • ber again that Sat., Sept. 7th, Is t the last day. • ALBERT’S FURN. CO. 266-68-70-72-74 So. Main St. Waterbury : 286 So. Main (Used Stores) 43 Canal ! All Stores Open Wed. & Sat. Eves. Phone 4-3144, 4-3145, 4-3146 ! KITCHEN RANGE—Black Enamel John Mueller, N. Main St. Thom aston. Business Service 1 St Business Service Rendered i WHEN—You want Towels, Coats, Apron* Hoover Aprons or Uni forms call Russell's Wsterbury Towel 8upply Co, 892 East Main St. Phone 6-1877. “By our quality we are known; by our service we have grown." WINDOW CLEANING — You Will save money If you send for us to do your cleaning. Connecticut Window Cleaning Co. Office, 81 Woodlawn Terraco Dial 4-461T. SS Professional Service PLANS — Specifications, eta Louis A. Walsh. (7 Leavenworth BL 52 Insurance FIRBI FIR El FIKBI It's too late after the lire to have your home or furniture Insured. It’s time to do It now and the eoet will be only a few cents a day to give you adequate protection. Phone Hayden's Insurance, 69 South Main Street. Telephone 8-8808. 58 Moving and Trucking FURNITURE MOVINO — Check our rates. J. SMITH A CO, 218 Abbott Ave. Dial 3-1613, 2-6SS2. 58 Painting, Paper Hanging PAINTING and PAPERHANGING —Rooms papered, $6.00, with 40c paper furnished. For results. Dial 4-2868. 04 Pressing and Tailoring MOSEL — Tailors and Cleaners. High-grade work, reasonable rates 120 No. Main St. Dial 6-0343. Rooms, Board, Hotels 08 Rooms To Let 87 NO. MAIN STREET Furnished Room for Gentleman. All Conveniences. Board Optional. Ring Center Bell. 07 Rooms and Board BOYS' CLUB, Cottage Place—Nice rooms, swimming pool, all horns cooking. Reception room. Moder ate price. 08 Rooms for Housekeeping APTS.—3 rooms furnished and un furnished, steam heat, private bath. The Plaza, 365 Willow St. FOUR—Furnished rooms for light housekeeping, all Improvements, $6. 74 Kingsbury St. For Rent Real Estate 71 Apartments and Tenements AVAILABLE— Five room Apart ments, Southmayd Road and Meriden Road. MARTIN J. McEVOY, Inc. 61 West Main St. Dial 4-6118 BENEFIT ST.. 67—8 rooms, ground floor, In excellent condi tion. $12 per month. Citizens A Manufacturers National Bank. Phone 4-4163. SOUTH ST, 10 — Five rooms, 2nd Hr, all improvements. Dial 4-2480 3 rooms heated, running hot water. $20. F. MONZILLO, 826 N. Main St. Dial 3-9442. NORTHWESTERN SECTION — 7 rooms, fireplace, excellent condi tion. Driggs school District, all convenience. Reasonable. Waterbury Realty Exchange 96 North Main St. Dial 8-4471 WADSWORTH ST, 60—8 rooms, All improvements. Top floor. In quire Mr. Malik on premises. 78 Houses For Rent Beautiful 6 room house and gar age In western section. LEO J CURLEY. Dial 8-9031. For Rent Retd Eelate 78 Apartment* and Tenement* BANK ST., 187 —Heated Apart ment. Six rooms. Low rental. Ap ply Ailing Rubber Co. FIVE ROOMS—2d floor, with (a rage. Reynolds Bridge. COR. POND and Mill St.—4 and I rooms. NO. MAIN ST. — 8-room heated apartment, 820. Inquire J. C. Herbst, <8 Bsnk St. Dial 4-4370. FOR RENT Five rooms, all Improvements 410 WILLOW ST. Inquire GEORGE A. BARONIAN 30 NORTH MAIN ST. GROVE ST., 342—Five rooms, 3rd floor, newly renovated. Dial 3-5947 FAIRVIEW ST., 92—Three room Apartment, available Sept. 1st. Dial 5-0297. FAIRVIEW ST., 96—Three room \ rent, available September 1st. Dial 6-0297. ; IF YOU ARE SEEKING—A deslr- ! able rent, call us. We have a , complete list, also property for ‘ sale. PELTON Agency, 95 No. ] Main St. Phone 3-5316. MODERN—6 rooms, 3d floor. Hard wood finish. Hot water heat. 367 Willow. Phone 4-3719. STEAM HEATED APARTMENTS 375 Watervlle St.4 Rooms 116 North Main St.4 Rooms 282 West Main St.9 Rooms WALTER H. HART, Inc. 20 East Main St. TO RENT 65 FAIRVIEW ST.—Second floor, 5 rooms, modernized. Hot water heat furnished by owner. Rental 845.00. FARRINGTON & SONS FARRINGTON BLDG. 141 West Main St. Dial 8-8112 HADLEYS = 103 Meadow St., Between Bank and Canal Clearance of Just 23 Stoves, Gas Ranges, and Oil Burners Taken In Trade During Hadley's Great 20% Off August Sale of Stoves A thrill Ing clearance, right at a time when r e conditioned ranges are at premium prices —All models, some black and some in colors. All in perfect condition. Very Easy Terms! i Coal Stores Priced as Low as Gas Ranges Priced From $4.95 Values to $29 f-r $4.95 EASY TERMS Clearance of Just 23 retaiU stoves at prices as low as (12.50. In splendid shape; first come have first choice. Original. Prices to *150 Original prices were up to|160! They’ll go fast; hurry I MADIL'E'f'S Wari i.jie F n r < j o i n Ar.n< 103 Meadow SVC BtVw 1 n Bank ona Canal For Rent Real £ state .!¥'■ AUTOMOBILE —Sale* and show room. Meadow St.p near Waat Main. Also suitable for Automo bile Accessories. NUHN A NUHN 141 Bank St. Dial 4-2S4S 30R. WILLOW ST. and PLAZA Are.—A small stores suitable for barber shop, shos repair, ate. Heat furnished. $20.* FARRINGTON A SONS m. West Main St. Dial S-Sll! Real Estate For Sale 14 Farms For Sato .3 ACRE State Road Farm, six room house, poultry houses, fruit, ! trout brook, $1,700. Cash secures It, balance as rent. Connecticut Realty Co., Southington, Conn. ' i' Financial 13 >4 Industrial Loans TOUR CREDIT IS GOOD HER&! tecause we specialize In Loans up to $300 to salaried people. PLENTY OF TIME TO PAT! is Iona as 20 months. Choice of 6 Loan Plans. PHE COST OF A $100 LOAN FOR 1 PEAR AVERAGES ONLY ABOUT 6c ! DAT. You pay this charge (three lercent per month—thirty-six par ent per annum) only on the un lald part of your loan. PERSONAL FINANCE COMPANY nd Floor, Pritchard Bldg. Room 1 199 BANK STREET ’hone 3-3103 Waterbury DR. EDWARD W. GOODENOUGH NOW AT 29 PONHAM ST. Ponham St. eaters Highland Are. at No. 2001 directly opposite parking place for Settlers’ Vil lage. Tel. 8-2044. THE A. J. PATTON CO. Land Surveyors ■ad Commercial Bine Printer* Hoars ■ to A—Saturdays ■ ta 11 Olal 4-4323. SS WEST MAIN ST. Batraaca oa Lewis Street.