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POSSIBLY -SNOW AND COLDER
TODAY AND WEDNESDAY.
FULL ASSOCIATED
PRESS DESPATCHES
NORWICH. CONN. lutSPAY, JAN. 12, 1909.
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST On Jan. 1st. 1909, in Iront of
Colchester P. O., a yellow and white
bird dog. English setter, witli a Port
lhnd lag. No. 4819. Notify K. W. Jones.
K. O. Leonard bridge. Tel. 2Ti-1t, Ivor
V.-leh. janli.l
FOlSfD Thanksgiving- day, a solid
gold brooch which owner can have by
proving property and paying charge at
Bulletin Office. jan9d
BANKBOOK LOST.
Lout or stolen. Passbook No. lOISiidO
of THE NORWICH SAVINGS SOCIKTST
All persons are cautioned against
purchasing or negotiating the sanu',
end any person liaving a claim to sui 1
book is hereby called upon to present
eaid claim to said bank on or before
the fourth day of July, 1909. or submit
to having the book declared cancelled
and extinguished and a new book is
sued in lieu thereof or the amount due
thereon paid. jan.ITu
FELfELE EBSflESS ' EIRECT CR
. COMB TO MB
with that sewing machine. I will put
It In first class order promptly and at
reasonable price. Have also got a
rood one to sell you cheap for cash.
I. K. Hubbard. Machinist. 230 Frank
lin St.
J. r. COJfAJCT. 11 Fraaklla Street.
Whltestons So and the jr. F. C. 10c
Cigars are the best on the market
Try them.
The Norwich Nicke! X Brass Co.,
Tableware,
Chandeliers, Yacht Trimmings
and such things Refinished.
69 to 87 Chestnut St.. Norwich, Conn.
. ocUd
Rogers
Stain Floor
Finish
The
Auch Imitated
NEVER
. . . Equalled Finish
The Best Finish
for
Furniture, Floors
and
Interior Wood Work
of all kinds.
Remembenhename Rogers"
when you Paint, Stain or
Varnish. :
Pure Wines and Liquors
are known and acknowledged to be
the greatest aid to 'health in the
world, and Invaluable in time o sick
ness. Our stock contains many of the
best and well-known brands, famous
for age-and purity, and we can guar
antee you satisfaction In both quality
and price.
GEORGE GREENBERGER,
Telephone 812.
Jan5d
47 Franklin Street
General Reduction Sale
on Dry and Dress Goods
began Saturday, Jan. 2, '09
Souvenirs given to each customer
the first three days.
THE NEW REMNANT STORE,
Open evenings. 77 Franklin Street.
. Jan4d
pictures and Photograph
framed In the best possible way at
reasonable prices. A new stock o
Frame Mouldings for the spring season.
NORWICH FRAME WORKS,
16 Thames Street, Potter Building.
inarild Osen evenings. Tel. Ell
LadiesTravel Miles
to come to our store for the bargains
In DRESS GOODS. The fact that we
buy direct from the manufacturer,
saving the middleman's profit, is being
appreciated moi. every day. Our cus
tomers get the benefit. May we add
your name to our Increasing lift T
BRADY & SAXTON,
Telephone 306-2. NORWICH TOWN.
augl9d
DR. CHAS. H. LAMB.
VETERINARIAN
Office, 227 Main St., Franklin Square.
House, It Town SU Telephone 618-5.
45 and 47
I Commerce Street. 1
is always found
on this page.
Read the small
advertisements
carefully.
BUSINESS NEiVS
WHAT IS GOING ON TONIGHT.
Vaudeville- and Motion Pictures at
Sheedy's Auditorium.
The Merry Widow at Broadway The
ater. Drill of Fifth Company at Armory.
tihetui-ket Lodge. No. 27, I. O. O. F.,
meets in Odd Fellows' Hall.
Wauregan Lodge, No. 6. K. of P.,
meets in Pythian Jiall.
Second Division, A. O. H meets In
Austin Block.
Court (Julnebaug. No. 128, F. of A.,
meets in Foresters' Hail.
Norwich Council, No. 720, K. A., mets
in Buckingham .Memorial.
St. James' Lodge, No. 23. F. and A.
M.. meets in Masonjp Temple.
Quarterly Meeting of City Union,
King's Daughters, at Universalist
Church.
Bible Club at Y. M. C. A.
Bowling at Arcanum Club.
ANNOUNCEMENTS.
One of the daintiest calendars of the
season is that issued by the Bliss
Deveneau Co.. 341-349 South Clark
street, Chicago..
Frank A. Bill has the exclusive sale
of Patrician shoes at $3.50 and $4 a
woman's shoe that's right. See the new
midwinter styles. .
BROADWAY THEATER.
"The Merry Widow."
The musical sensation of tiie last
quarter century "The Merry Widow"
is to be the attraction at the Broad
way theater this evening. Henry W.
Savage is sending his original Boston
company here to present this tuneful
Viennese operetta and with it will corns
the funious English grand opera or
chestra. "The Merry Widow" comes here
fresh from its sensational run of
eighteen weeks at the Tremont theater,
a run which will be talked of for de
cades and which will be used as u
standard to compare other successful
engagements with.
While everything connected with
"The Merry Widow" Is fascinating, the
supposition is tli3t the famous waltz
dominates all. The entire score, how
ever, is enchanting and variety is its
potent charm. One minute it is bac
chanalian, furious and irresistible; the
next it floats into the clouds tif revery
and poetic sweetness, and th: next it
intoxicates with its subtle seductive
ness. .Mr. Savage has mounted it with his
customary lavishness. There is abun
dant opportunity for elaborate sctt:?c
display. The three acts show the in
terior of the Mursovian embassy in
Paris on the evening of a state ball, a
beautiful rose gaiden on the evening
of a fete, and the Interior of Maxim's
famous all-night restaurant. This last
scene is a furious whirlwind of riotous
fun and effervescent gayety. It is an
exact reproduction of Things As They
Are In this world-famous Bohemian
resort.
The dainty young woman who has
literally had Boston at her feet dur
ing the past five months. Lina Ab.ir
banel. will be seen here in the title role
of Sonia, the widow. Her performance
is described by Boston critics as being
brilliant and delightfully fascinating.
She brings to her interpretation of the
role a soprano voice of exceptional
sweetness and ( harm: a sure command
of the technique of acting, and Ruch an
abundance of high spirits that she may
at times be said to be almost excessive
ly alive.
Oscar Figman. than whom there is
no more finished character comedian
on the American stage, will have the
role of Ambassador Popoff, and John
Thomas, alwi.ys unctious and always
laughable, will have the role of Mr.
Nish. Other members of the company
are William ('. Wilson Carolyn Sed
ley. F. J. McCarthy and Charles Mea
kins. PERSONS TALKED ABOUT.
Colonel George H. Tenney has been
nominated by the president to be sur
geon general, medical corps.
Clai's Spreckles. the dead sugar
klntr, came to this country from Ger
many at IS yejrs of ape with $3 in his
pocket.
George Obnet received $10,000 for
"The Forge Master" as a novel, and
$15,000 from it as a play in the fir.st
three months. On; of the play he
made more than $55,000.
Pope Plus X. has presented" to his
sisters a country house situated ncir
Rome. The buildingrvwhleh is of one
story only but has a beautiful gar
den, was bought by the pope for $20,
000 from a congregation of nuns.
The amount of the sultan of Tur
key's private fortune has been made
known by the discovery of certain
document at the Yilda" Kiosk. Ab
dul iiamid's fortune, in round figure")
is $120,000,000, deposited In the Bank
of England.
Prof. Leo S. P.owe of. the Universi
ty of Pennsylvania made an address
to the Pan-American scientific con
gress in Santiago, in which he ex
pressed the thanks of the American
delegation for the many courtesies
shown them.
Charlemagne Tower has been tell
ing his friends that rumor wrongs
him when it says that he is after Am
bassador Whitelaw Reid's job at Lon
don. "I am not seeking nor do I de
sire ar.y qfflce," he fays. "I wish to
live quietly In Philadelphia."
Prlnces Xenia of Montenegro Is
Immensely enjoying her banishment
from her native country, which was
Imposed upon-her by her father as a
punishment for the leading port she
took recently in' anti-Austrian demon
strations at Cettinje.
Senator Dolliver of Iowa approves
of the president's ida of putting all
the affairs, of railroad, telegraph and
telephone companies engaged in inter
state business under the jurisdiction of
the Interstate commerce commisson,
and has introduced a bill for the reg
ulation and issue of securities of ail
such concerns.
Carl Kreill, an engineer of Munich,
has invented a bullet-proof garment
which promises to bring him a small
fortune. It is in the form of a wom
an's corset, weighs about six pounds,
and Is made of thin steel rings or links
about an inch and three-quarters wide.
At a trial of the garment IS revolv
er shots, fired at a distance of 11
yards, failed to niuke any impression
upon ft.
"Should Be of Immense Service."
The opponents of Governor Lilley
have retired from the field. His excel
lency begins his ::dministration with
the best wishes of the citizens of Con
nerticut. He brings to the capitol an
experience gained in slate and national
halls of legislation that should be of
immense .-service t th 3 ccmmonwealth.
Catholic Transcript.
The court of China has 30 physicians
and 75 astrologers.
IMPORTANT
BALTIC.
Funeral of Mrs. Hilda Bolander
Smoker Follows Foresters' Installa
tionChimney hire.
The funeral of Mrs. Hilda Bolander
was held from her home on High
street Saturday at one o'clock. Serv
ices were held at the house. Kev .Olof
Xordbladh of Norwich officiating at
the house and grave, in the presence
of a large number of relatives and
friends. The floral forms included a
large cross from her husband, crescent
from Mr. and Mrs. John Negrem; a
Douquet from Mr. and Mrs. Anton
Patterson; wreath, Mrs. Alma Larson;
large heart, Mr. and Mrs. Emile Er
lekson; sickle. Air. and Mrs. Carl
Swanson and Mr. arid Mrs. Oscar An
derson; Mr. and Mrs. John Carlson,
Mr. and Mrs. Axel Almquist and Miss
Amenda Erickson; bouquet of calla lil
le, Axel Carlson and Mis Ellen An
derson. The bearers were Emile Er
ickson. Axel Almquist, John Negren,
and Oscar Anderson. Burial was in
Yantic cemetery.
Foresters' Installation.
At the regular 'meeting of Court
Sprague, No. 90, F. of A., held in their
hall, the following officers were in
stalled by Deputy Chief W. J. Milner:
C. R.. Daniel Murphy; D. C. R.. Paul
Etter; F. S., Hugh Ward; R. S.,
Patrick Ward; T., George Brennan;
S. W.. Amida Lambert; J. W.. J. Ad
am Smith; S. B., Patrick Coughlin; J.
B.. H. A. Leonard; lecturer, D. J.
Htnes; deputy grand chief, W. J. Mil
ner. A smoker was enjoyed after the
Installation, followed by an address
by P. C. R. Henry Allen.
Notes.
Miss Caroline Buteau Is spending a
week In Taunton, Mass. "
A chimney fire in Frank Logan's
house on Little Flats Sunday after
noon was soon under control, when a
few of the fire company were called.
OBITUARY.
Mrs. Denison Richmond.
Mrs. Nancy Richmond of South Main
street, Plalnfleld. Oied Monday morn
ingat the residence of her daughter,
Mrs. Turner E, Greene, aged 75 years.
She was born in P'anfield, daughter
of Robert and tially Sherman Gray, and
slice the death of her husband, Deni
son Richmond. Feb. 1. 1901, had resid
ed with her daughter, Mrs. Greene, at
Meadow Brook farm. Friday before
her disath she seemed much better than
usual, but the next morning was found
unconscious, and lingered until near 2
o'clock Monday morning.
She leaves a brother. Dr. John Gray
of Bridgeport, and two sisters. Mrs.
Jane Andrews of Arctic, R. I., anil Mrs.
Emma Ormsbee of East Providence,
ami two children, Mrs. Carrie Greene
and Denison H. Richmond of this
place.
HAND BOOK FOR 1909.
The World Almanac and Encyclopedia.
This convenient book of 700 pages
should be upon every live business
mnn's desk.
It contains a thousand and one facts
which, a man may want at han1 for
reference.
If there is anything omitted from It
which an inquirer would like to know.
The Bulletin does not know what It
crtn bo.
Religiously.politleally. commercially
and statistically it is right up to date.
It may be hnd by mail for Sr. cents
from the Press Publishing Co., Rulltzer
building. New York.
HARVARD CORPORATION" MEETS.
No Action Taken Upon Selection of
Successor to President Eliot.
Boston, Jan. 11. A four hours' meet
ing of the members of the Harvard
corporation today led to the belief that
some action might have been taken up
on the selection of a successor to Pres
ident Eliot. At Its close, however,
President Eliot. who attended the meet
ing in his official capacity, announced:
"There Is nothing to say; no news."
It was stated that the next regular
meeting of the corporation would be on
January 25.
Prof. A. Lawrence Lowell Is regarded
among the alumni in this city as the
most likely candidate.
Receivers of Arnold Print Works Dis
charged. Boston, Jan. 11. The receivers -of
the Arnold print works and its sub
sidiary corporations. appointed by
Judge I.owel In the United States cir
cuit court on November 7, 1907. were
discharged today in the same court, the
property and finances having been ad
justed and turned over to a vreditors'
committee. The receivers were Henry
K. Warner and James J. Storrow of
Boston and W. Murftiy Crane of Dal
ton. Mr. Warner was paid $50,000 for
his services, but the other two receiv
ers refused to accept any remunera
tion. Boston Wool Dealer Fails.
Boston. Jan. 11. 'William S. Henry,
Jr., manager of the William S. Henry,
Jr., company, wool dealers, of this city,
filed a voluntary petition in bankrupt
cy today, with liabilities of $45,000, all
unsecurer, and no assets.
ALL RHEUMATICS
INVITED TODAY
TO TEST URIC-0 FREE
A 75-Cenl Boitle Given Free To
1 All Who Apply.
If there are still any sufferers from
Rheumatism in this country or wher
ever this paper reaches, that have not
yet tried the wonderful Rheumatic
Remedy, L'ric-O, we want tlwm to try
it now at our expense. We lirmly be
lieve that there is not a case of Rheu
matism in the world that will not
yield to the wonderful effects of Uric-
0. ami we want to prove it to every
doubter beyond all possibility. The
best way to do this is to give a large
bottle of this remedy to every sufferer
and let him test and try it to his satis
faction. It you suffer from Rheuma
tism, no matter in what form, just cut
this notice out of the paper and send
it. together with your name and ad
dress, also the name of your Druggist,
to the Smith Drug Co., 1S4 Smith Bldg..
.Syracuse. X. Y., and they will send vou
by return mail an order on your ru,g
gist for a 75c bottle free.
We ask as a special request that you
purcLase a 25c package of Uv-iix
Pills when receiving the free bottie.
as the pills greatly assist I'ric-O. Use
tuerii together and be convinced of
thei- great merit.
We know from experience that per
sonjil recommendation is the most val
uable advertising, and that is the way
we intend to acquaint the world with
1. 'rie-O. Send for Uric-O. no ma' ter
where you live. It is sold by druggists
all over the country at 7",c and $1.00
per bottie. and we wint you to have a
bottle f L'.'e. .
I'ric-O is sold and personally recom
mended in Norwich by H. .1. Sleiner. in
Putnam by H. L. Burt, in Willimantlc
by elms. DeV filers, pud ill Moosup by
J. W. Tuckerman.
Simple Remedy for La Grippe.
Racking la grippe coughs that may
develop into pneumonia over night are
quickly cured by Foley's Honey and
Tar. The SOre and Inflamed lungs are
heaied and strengthened and a danger
ous condition is quickly averted. Taki
only Foley's Honey and Tar in the yel
low package- The Lee & Osgood Co.
is always found
on this oaae.
Read the small
BUSINESS NEWS careefui"menU
LEGAL NOTICES.
NOTICE!
The annual meeting of the Second
Congregational Society ol Norwleh.
Conn., will be 'teld in the lecture room
of the church on Wednesday evening,
Jan. 13th. 1909, at 7.30 o'clock, to hear
the treasurer's report, elect officers for
the ensuing year and to transact anv
other business proper to come ueiore
said meeting.
J. D. JIAVILAND.
DWIOHT L ALLEN, r
C. ARTHUR LATHROP,
Society Committee.
Dated Jan. Sth, 1909. jan8d
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
AT A COURT OF PROBATE HELD
at Norwich, within and for the District
of Norwich, on the 11th day of Janu
ary, A. D. 1909
Present NELSON J. AYLIXG, Judge.
Estate of Samuel II. Johnson, late of
Norwich, in said District, deceased.
Ordered, That the Administrator cite
the creditors of said deceased to bring
In their claims against said estate
within si months from this date, by
posting a notice to that effect, to
gether with a copy of this order on
tho signpost nearest to the place where
said deceased last dwelt, and In the
same town, and by publishing the same
once in a newspaper having a circula
tion in said District, and make return
to this Court.
NELSON J. AYLING, Judge.
The above and foregoing is a. true
copy of record.
Attest: FANNIE C. CHURCH.
, Clerk?
OTICE. All creditors of said de
ceased are hereby notified to present
their claims against said estate to the
undersigned at No. 129 Brcadway, Nor
wich. Conn., within the time limited in
tiie above find foregoing order.
FREDERICK JOHNSON,
,ian!2d Administrator.
AOTICB TO CREDITORS.
AT A COURT OF PROBATE HELD
at Norwich, within and for the District
of Norwich, on the 11th day of Janu
ary. A. D. 1909.
Present NEI-SON J- AYLING. Judge.
Estate of Mary A. Cryer. late of
Norwich, in said District, deceased.
Ordered, That the Administratrix cite
the creditors of said deceased to bring
in their claims against said estate
within Six. months from this date by
posting a notice to that effect, together
with a copy of this order, on the sign
post nearest to the place where said de
ceased last dwelt, and in the same
town, and by publishing the same once
In a newspaper having a circulation in
said District, snd make return to this
Court.
NELSON J. AYLING, Judge.
The above and foregoing is a true
copv of record.
Attest: FANNIE C. CHURCH,
Clerk.
NOTICE.--A11 creditors of said de
ceased are hereby notified to present
their claims against said estate to the
undersigned at No. 134 Broadway.
Norwich. Conn., within the time limited
In the above and foregoing order.
MARY E. M'NAMARA.
janl2d Administratrix.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
AT A COURT OF PROBATE HELD
at Norwich, within and for the District
of Norwich, on the 11th day of Janu
ary, A. D. 1909.
Present NETON J AYLING. Judge.
Estate of Earl M. Swift, late of Gris
wold. In said District, deceased.
Ordered. That the Executrix cite
the creditors of said deceased to bring
In their claims against said estate
within six months from this date, by
posting a notice to that effect, to
gether with a copy of this order on
th signpost nearest to Ihe place where
said deceased last dwelt, and in the same
town, and by publishing the same once
in a newspaper having a circulation in
said District, and make return to this
Court.
NELSON J. AYLING, Judge.
The above and foregoing Is a true
copy of record.
Attest: FANNIE C. CHURCH.
cierk.
NOTICE. All creditors of said de
ceased are hereby notified to present
their claims against said estate to the
undersigned e.t Jewett City, Conn.,
within the time limited in the above
and foregoing order.
HELEN E. SWIFT.
n 1 2d Executrix.
Carriage
and
Automobile
Painting
and
Trimming
Carriage and Wagon Work of al! kind.
Anything on wheels built to order.
PRICES AND WORK RIGHT.
The Scott & Clark
CORPORATION,
507-5 1 5 North Main Street.
aprl6d
t!?o
A. W. BURN HAM, ,
. . . Eye Specialist
Twenty -five years ejtperlenct, In fit
ting Glasses to the Most Difficult Eyes,
permanently located at 265 Main SU
Norwich, Ct Satisfaction guaranteed.
Office hour. 2 tc 8 s. m. ian24J
MISS AL C. ADLES,
Hair, Scalp and Face Specialist
DO NOT DESPAIR
although your hair may be injured by
foolish Marcel waving, or the treat
ment of unskilled workers, or grown
failed. Shabby through neglect. Miss
Adles can make it look stylish and be
coming. Don't wear a Directoire hat
with a knot of hair the size of a wal
nut, and expect to look nice !
Miss Adles will be in Norwich week
of January 11th.
Shannon Building, Norwich.
Telephone 266-4.
Boston. New York.
Janlld
D3. N. GIBLERT GRAY,
GRADUATE VETERINARIAN
AND DENTIST.
HODGE'S STABLE.
Tel. 10. 4 to 20 Bath St.
THERE Is no advertising medium In
Eastern Connejticut equal to The B"
letin for business results.
IMPORTANT
SEE EVERYTHING, EVERYWHERE, EVERYDAY
WANT Yy
ill'
1 rf
WANTED.
- - i . i . 1 v.l w i III - v v 111 fieij i ' 1 '
ton and New York prices. At H. A.
ITT . m.'ri.E.T Y- ? - Will TTnB
n?ournra narness store, so water si.,
every Saturday. Arthur C. Bennett.
janlld ,
WANTED Honest, sober young man
to qualify for godd position in the mall
service. Address H. R. B., care of this
paper. janlld
WIJDERS WANTED on hard and
soft silk, siteadv work and good pay.
Apply West Sicle'Silk Mill. janlld
WANTED One or two g-jod salesmen
to sell a rme manufacturing stock in
small lots in and arour-d Norwich. Ad
dress X.. Bulletin. jnnxa
WANI'IJD Railway mail clerks:
clerks at Washington and customs
clerks. Salary JSiiO to Jl.fiOO. Annual
vacation. No "layoffs." Many March
examinations. Eve-ryone over IS eligi
ble. Common education sufficient.
Candidates prepared free. Write Im
mediately for schedule. JpranKim in
stitute, Rochester, N. Y. jan2d
WANTED A partner In a well es
tablished business: small capital re
nnlred Address Rot 10 Bulletin.
"deelGd
WANTED
To buy or rent a small farm near a
good market. State terms and give a
general description of land and1 build
ings. Address Gilbert S. Deane, East
ford, Conn. janl2TThS
WANTED
A family cook. $!! per
month; also general house and second
girls. J. B. Lucas, Room 32, Central
Building. novl4d
PLUMBING AND GASFITT1NG
H e can tarnish IRON IVORS
for building purposes, such as round
co'.umns, box oolumns, column caps,
pintles, wall plates, anchor plates,
washers, door guards, lintels, balcony
brackets, cellar window frames, venti
lators, ash doors, pipe thimbles, stair
plates rhimnev caps. etc. '
THE VAUGHN -OUNCRY CO.
auglSd
The Best
Dollar's Worth
Is what most people are locking after
today, and thefellow who cannot give
It Is working under a strong handicap.
That applies to my business PLUMB
ING. I only ask for a chance to
prove my ability to give It to you.
J. F. TGEF.PK1N3,
iunlld
67 West Main Street
T. F. BURNS,
Heating and Plumbing,
92 Franklin Street.
mar5d
ELECTRICITY FOR
LIGHTING
CHANGE IN PRICE
The price to be charged to persons
and corporations for electricity for
lighting has been changed by the un
dersigned, to take effect on Nov. 1,
1908; that is to-say. ail bills rendered
as of Nov. 1, 1908, for electricity for
lighting as shown by metre readings
taken 0t. 20-24, 1908. to have been
used since the last previous reading,
shall be billed according to the follow
ing schedule:
1 to 456 kilo-watt hours, 10 cents per
kilo-watt.
Over 450 kilo-watts, 10 cents for first
450 kilo-watts and 5 cents for each ad
ditional kilc-watt.
Example: Number of kilo-watts used,
1,000.
450 Kilo-watts at 10 cents J45.00
550 Kilo-watts at 5 cents 27.50
Amount of Bill S72.50
Norwich, Oct. 1, 1908.
JOHN M'WILLIAMS,
WILLIAM F. BOGUE,
GILBERT S. RAYMOND,
Board of Gas and Electrical Commls-
sioners. oct3d
, Evening Schools
a! CITY HALL and TAFTVILLE
iloaday. Tuesday, Wedecsday, Tfcurs
day and Friday Nisrhta.
Special Teacl'.ere.
F. T. MAPLES,
novlld Actinz School Visitor.
The Norwloii Second-itanil
Furniture Store.
All kinds of old fashioned furniture
selected end collected daily. Prices
are always reasonable and satisfac
tory. B. TERRY 26 Water Stat.
Janfid
E. V. CAfiTEK
District Manager United American L'i-j.
& Broadway, Reem 14. Norwich.
Health and Aociden. insurance.
"One thing at a time Is all that you
Can hope successfully to do."
So said the wise men lonf ago,
But now-a-days It Is not o. : ,
If these wise men were here today.
They'd make amends, we know, and
say:
"That The Bulletin ads. each day will
do,
A score of useful things for ron."
They buy, they sell, the lost they findr
They fill the wants of every kind.
They do a hundred things a day, '
That you can do no other way.
(Watch this space tomorrow.)
FOR SALE.
FOR SALE First class millinery
business; well located; price low on
account of ill health. Millinery, P. O.
Box 370, New London, ct. - janisa
FOR SALE Lady's second-hand tan
colored winter jakt. For particulars,
apply at Bulletin Office. Jan9d
FOR SALE A fine high grade up
right piano (almost new); must be
sold at once. Inquire at Si W ashing
ton Street. . decl!9d
FOR SALE Ten-rectlon Richmond
heater; first class condition; capable of
heating large building. Inquire No. 133
Washington St. dec28d
FOR SALE One covered wagon, one
express wagon, one express harness.
Carver's Livery Stabie. Willow St.
dec4d
HORSIiS FOR SALE Henry Arajld.
212 Jackson street Willimantlc. Conn.
JanlTd
FOR SALE Rownoats. yawls,
launches and launch hcl.'s, for Imme
diate delivery. Inquire of West Mystic
Boat company. West Mystic, Conn.
Jeld
FARM FOR SAI.F. The Henry B.
Lr.tham farm, located In North Btonlr.g
ton, one mile from Preston City and si
miles from Norwich, consisting of 175
acres of land, divided into mowing:,
pasturage and woodland. There is ine
larfre story and one-half house, two
large barns and other necessr.ry build
ings thereon. Mowing all smooth and
in a good state of cultivation. Pos.-s-siop
given this spring. For pnrtlenliv
inquire of Henry B. Lathe.m. P. O. ad
dress Norwich, Conn.. R. F. ., No. 5.
jan9d
FOR SALE, TRADE OR RENT.
Two new cottages, all modern Im
provements, one of seven rooms, oft
Perkins avenue, one of six rooms, on
St. Regis avenue. "Potter Manor."
Electric car service every fifteen min
utes. All particulars at
POTTER'S COAL OFFICE.
Janld IS Broadway-
FOR SALE.
The farm In Griswold lately owned
and occunied by James 3. Burdick. This
farm contains over 200 acres of land,
suitably divided into tillage, pasture
and woodland. The cultivated land can
be easily worked and can be made to
produce "good crops. This is one of the
most desirable farms that lias been on
the market for a long time. For par
ticulars. Inquire of M. Adelaide Bur
dick, Administratrix, R. F. P. 3. Nor
wich Conn. dec29TuThS
A BIG BARGAIN
in a 130 acre farm 4t miles from city,
2Vi to trolley; large two-story house;
large burn with basement; hay barn;
running spring water at house and
barn; all buildings first class; good
smooth tillage land; good soil. This is
a bargain. Price J2.U00. Also central
located restaurant, doing good busi
ness: good reason for selling.
TR VOX'S KKAI. ESTATE AGENCY,'
71.'. Mnln St.. Willimantlc, Conn.
nov21d
The Sale Road to fortune
Write for booklef explaining "Where
When? How?'' to purchase houses and
lots. Valuable to persens about to in
vest in Brooklyn or Queens properly.
P. O. Box ir.6, Brooklyn, K. Y. Ian Si!
B3RSES JUST ARRIVED
These are some that I selected my
self, and I think that they are as nice
a lot of well broken Horses as I have
ever had. Some are good drivers, oth
ers are for heavy teaming, and some
nice chunks for all purposes. Come and
see them.
F.LMKR R. FIERSOJL
Telephono connection. dec23d
FOR SALE
The O. B. Leffingwell Farm, in Town
of Montvill3. live miles from Norwich.
Sixty-four acres of choice lanu, wall
divided.
House twelve rooms.
Two barns, cider mill, blacksmith
shop, carriage house and granary.
Three wells cf excellent water, abun
dai ce of fruit, wood and timber.
Buildings, walls nad fences in first
class shape.
A rare opportunity.
Inquire E. A. PRHNTICE,
janlld 88 CI! Street.
l7lI2TRtEY'3 AGEEUC7,
237 Malu Street, Franklin Square.
Real Estate and Insurance
FOR SALE
97 Frond Street, near McKinley ave
nue trolley line. Broad street school and
Free Academy. Modern style, steum
heat and improvements. Lot 524x1(i0
fet. with lawn, fruit trees, grapes and
garden.
Tbanten River Farm of 2 bi tch, on
west bank, near Maisareng. Fine,
sightly location; gcod buildings: never
failing running water In house; walls,
fences and land si! in good order; long
shore front on river.
21 Acre Farm In Norwich Town, with
good dwelling and other buildings.
Healthful location, good soil, good
water, many fruit trees and woodlot.
Well adapted for a poultry farm.
Q rflCrvET LOAritU
K on Piamonds, Watches, ,Tevelry
fi and Securities of any kind at the
0 Lowest Rate of Interest. An old
La established firm to deal with.
U (Established 1872.)
jj THE COLLATERAL I.OA5 CO,
S3 IM Mnla Street. UpMnlr.
General Contractor
All orders receive prompt and earefoi
attention. Give me a trial order. Sat
isfaction guaranteed.
THOS. J. DODD, Norwich
Telephone 349-2.
Norwich.
I5IP0RTANT ' 0"d
en this page.
Read the small
BUSINESS NEWS dv.rtlyem.nt.
carefully.
TO RENT.
TO KKT Tenement of five rooms,
all modern Improvements, at 129 Cliff
bt. Knquire on premises. JanllM
TO Ittt.VI' Two or three large pleas
ant rooms, furnished complete for
housekeeping; centrally located. Mrs.
W. M, Vars, 58 Hobart avenue.
declaTu'l'hS
TO KE.VT Tenement of 8 rooms at
47 Pearl St. All modern improvements,
Including steam heat, hot and com
water, bath and electric llKhls. Kn
quire of F. P. Church. Telephone 849-3.
Jan7d
FOR KENT House No. 64 Washing
ton street; ten rooms; all conveniences
and steam heat. Enquire of Isaac 8.
Jones. Insurance and Ileal Estate Agent.
Richards Building. 91 Main St. de;14d
TO I.ET Pleasant rooms for offices
or light business, in Slelner's hall
building. Inquire of John Btelner.
decfid
TO RF'.vr A pleaeant tenement of 4
large rooms at 89 per month, at 21
Ripley place. East Side. Enquire 4)
Hobart Ave. novl3d
TO RENT Suite of rooms suitable
for dressmaking, tailoring or offices
Good location, within SOS feet of
Franklin square. Inquire at Hulletla
Office. oct31d
TO RENT Lower tenement of six
rooms and bath. Enquire of J. Brad
lord (Bookbinder). 108 Broadway
septl!ia
FOR RENT Store No. 140 Main
street formerly occupied by m!th A
Gilbert. Has been remodeled and put
in perfect shape. Wit! be rented at
once. Inquire at The Plaut-CadnVn Co.
jelOd
TO RENT Basement at 85 FranMIn
street; suitable for tbe paint, plumbing
or similar business. mayTd
G. E. HODGE,
Hack, Livery, Boarding
and Feed
Up-to-date Equipment
and Guaranteed
Satisfactory Service.
11 (o 23 BATH STREET.
(formerly Chapman a.)
Telephone 10,
aprld
lie Want Your Businsss
and have cut prices to gnt It In Wail
Papers, Mouldings and Paint Supplies,
also Fainting, Faper Hanging and
Decorating, by experienced workmen.
I
P. F. MURTAGH,
92 and 94 West Main Street,
opposite Falls Ave. Telephone 33
eptTd
LOUIS H. BRUNELLE
BAKERY
We are confident our Pies, Cake and
Bread cannot be excelled. Give cs a
trial order.
nov2d 20 Fairmount Street.
S.F.GIBSON
Tin and Sheet Metal Worker.
Agent for P.Ichardson and Boynton
Furnaces.
55 West Main Street, Norwich, Conn.
decTd
WILLIAM F. HILL.
REAL ESTATE
ANU l'lKE I.SLRANCIC
Only the best companies represented.
Property managed and rents eoliected
on reasonable terms. Telephone 14 f.
Office hours D&liy from S a. m. to
6 p. m., noon hour Included. Mouday
and Saturday nights, 7.30 to 9.
Hooin 1. Hhannon BiilltllDCT.
Bouse telephone. 42-3. nov23d
Wauregaa Barber Shop
Ladlc' and Gentlemen Shoe Shtnfns
1'arlor.
It is the bfst equipped shop In Nor
wich. Only skilled workmen employe'!.
LadieH arc invitM- to brtnK -their chil
dren here for latest style haircut.
GEO. CHAPMAN,
dec7 J Proprietor.
Elegant Pompadours
-'(,Erai.r The Iatest ani best In
head-dress. The use o?
-JT-j-'i which combined with a
Oplsjl Uttl tact, any lady can
if "!.''"(( arrange her hair becom-
0M$ lngly-
$'H'fcr Cal1 and Bee me-
0TT0 STABEN0W, Prop..
decTd
17 Broadway.
Understood Better EachDay
The most successful business man Is
the one who knows every detail cf his
business and does not depend upon a
pull for his success. Each day this Is
better understood. In no business Is
a detailed knowledge more essential
than in tho Building Trade. If you
want an estimate on any work In my
line, I'll be pleased to give you tbe
benefit of my many years experience.
C. M. WILLIAMS,
General Contracting and Building,
218 ffiain Street.
'Phone 370. . augl9d
C3. W.A. CEAPPELl,
VETEUINAHT SURGEON,
Office. J. B. Stoddard's Stable. Rea.
Cence, 107 High street.
TiiopliOiis 137-i. Jan23l
00 IT WOW
Is the best thing any property owner
can do. Dou't wait until cold, bad
weather comes before making neces
sary fall repairs. If you have caw
work begin today by getting our fig
ures. OTETSON & YOUNG,
aug31I Central Wharf.
WHB you want to put your busi
ness bei'ore the public, there Is no me
dium better than through the advertis
ing columns of The Bulletin.
STABLES
fOETRr.
TIIK EARTHQUAKE.
finy. earthquake.
When you rhake
Ten thouxand houses down,
Ami criiKli a town,
K.i y WHHte the Uulda,
1'iMurb tho sea
And hurl the helplcse
T' eternity,
Io you imagine
That that is all you shake?
tirlm, palsying monster,
It Is not for you to know
TliHt further thuu destruction
You may go;
Hut tliere is more, Earthquake!
V ou nhuke
The great world' heart
I'ntll it pour
The best that's In It
fm your shores.
You Nhakt the money
From a million hands
Stretched out to hlp
Krotn fur and nenrby lends:
You shake the ever-living trco
Of sacred, hurna,n sympathy;
You shake the thoughtless
Into active thought
Of making good
The ruin you have wrought:
You shuke the multiplicity of creeds
Into one common cause of hums
ne,1s;
You shake the great world's heart
I'ntll It yields
Its best on stricken cities
And on riven fields;
Hay, Karthqunke.
Though you shnke
Much III upon the smaller sp.ve.
You shuke much good to all the humtl
rmo.
Vhlch needs such sharks these
To wake its nobler. energies.
W. J. Lampten.
A HOMKLV SERMOJf.
Cnn'f reap without the sowln'
ThInK? don't pome "anyhow,"
"In the sweet fields of Kden"
There's a mule to plowl
You've got to climb to
t It
rrnt apple on the b'
Tn the sweet fields o
t Kden"
There's a mule to plow!
It's toil that takes the Klngd
ro use to raise a row!
If von wsnt) the fields of Bden,
There's a mule to plow!
RAIX On RIIINK.
Lov the country a bills and plain.
All the vales that dream below;
No umbrella when It rains.
But the rain makes roses grow!
Atlanta Constitution.
VIEWS AND VARIETIES.
Clever Saylnja.
"How's our young friend Stanley
getting along? Writing poetry yet?"
"No, not yet." Boston Transcript.
"If I were to klsn vou now, would
you have me arrested?" "What would
be the use? Any Jury would acquit
you." Mcgendorfcr Blaetter.
I'm doinir pretty well. I think;
I'm staunch and steady:
I've turned down nine who'd "buy
drink"
Already.
Detroit Free Press.
"What Is the distinguishing quality
of the problem play?" "It makes
you think. The first half keeps you
wondering what the question Is, ami
tho second half keeps you guesslni?
what is thet a nswer." Wasliingeon
Star.
The young husband's face was
aflame with deathless uvotlon. "Pul
satilla," he exclaimed, clasping her to
his heart. "I'll wear It. no matter
what the boys at the office say! Andj
I'll fminke 'cm if they kill me." Chi
cago Tribune.
"Carson's the most ahsp.nt-mlnde
chap t ever raw." "What's he been
doing now'."' "This morning he
thought he'd left his watch at home,
and then proceeded to take It out of
his pock?t to see If he hnd time to go
home and get It." Llppincott's.
T!ie Judg" what reason have you
to believe, from the evidence, that
this man didn't visit his home som
time durirnr the day? Foreman of the
Jury Because, your honor, it w.m dis
closed by the evidence that on tnat
day his wife was giving a bridge
party. T,lfo.
"J think I Fhrll marry him to re
form him." Kind tho romantic glri.
"I have seen that experiment tried."
roplied Mis i Cayenne. "SuccesKfully?"
"Well, I won't say that the mon wer
reformeil. Hut they always seemed
more or less repentant and dissatis
fied." i'hlioco ltecord-Herald.
Winks That fellow Dickson Is
deep one. Dink Whnt has he bee
doinir? Winks AVhy, he got the new
boarder Into a brisk controversy with
the landlady over the reasons for a
woman's mental inferiority, and under
cover of It snenkeil a second helping
of pigeon pie. Tit-l!its.
"A distressing error found Its way
Into a paper this morning. Ild you
see it?" "f.uess not. What was It?"
"I wrote that the president's message
would have very little effect on the
stock market." "Well?" "It was
printed 'stork market.'" Let It go.
The public will think you meant It."
Cleveland Plain Dealer.
MUCH IN LITTLE.
The Netherlands is a free tradu
cou ntry, so far as grain and most grain
products are concerned, and for many
years has been a large and regular
buyer of American Hour.
After Groat Britain, wihlch 1 our
lorgest customer for flour, buying an
nually of us something over 6,000,00
barrels, the Netherlands stands second
In volume of purchases via Atlantia
and ul porta.
As the result of a shock sustained
through falling Into a copper of boiling
water, a boy named George Herbert
Foster, aged 11, living at Spalding,
who was practically dumb, hae parti
regained his power of speech.
Experiments ore being mads In Bu
ro;ie v. it a a microphone for the disoor
ery of the presence of shoaJs of fish.
The instrument Is sunk into the water
and the constant tapping of the flslt
arnmst If. as they pass warns the Ash
crmen.
Hollow Horn Hear, chief of all th
Sioux, is the first living man to havs
his portrait on the national currency.
He made a great speech in congress In
1SS9 and as he is a good looking speci
men of his race his picture wa on
graved on both the $5 and J20 bills.
After lying burled for three cen
turles. a firkin containing one hundred
weiclit of butter has been dug up In,
Fallaghorana bog. County Tyrone, Ire
land, by a faymer. The hoops and
staves of the ftrttin, which was 12 feet
under ground, collapsed when lifted up,
but the butter, of pale yellow color, is
In a perfect state of preservation.
On Sept- H. at the Kawasaki dock
yard, Kobe, the Miynsuki Maru, for
the Nippon Yusen Kaisha line, wss
successfully launched. She Is 8,700
tons cross, is 4fio feet long. 66 feet wide
and 34 1-2 feet deep, with double
sen ws and lifted with triple expansion
surface ctmdenser -apabl of develop
ing 7,300 horse power. Her designs &
speed Is 16. knots.
The school system of Dundee Is ex
cellent, and schooling Is compul6ry uo
to 14 veifw of ae, ith the oceasionnl
exceptions In case of pupils of needy
fnjmilU f-. Kveryo.ie has to pav a school
tax. levi by the school board. There
are nitht schools, which charge a ims'l
fee. There Is also an excellent tech
nical school that teaches engineering
and textile branches, especially those
relating to Dundee's staple Industry ut
juts manufacture.

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