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FA RTL Y CL.OUDY, WARMER, TO DAY
PROBABLY RAIN SUNDAY.
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BUSINESS NEWS odv.rti..m.nt.
Autumn in Japan. '
If spring in Japan Is gay and beau
tiful enough to attract so many for
eign tourists, our autumn, we believe,
ought to attract many more, and we
ipity those who think Japan is a coun
try to be seen only in the spring.
Japan Weekly Times. ,
: WORLD FAMOUS
Cure for AU Torturing,
of the Skin.
," AH scaly, crusted, itching, bleeding,
Cnd pimply humors of the skin, scalp,
and blood, dan
druff, falling hair,
and even the worst
cases of sycosis, pso
riasis, and eczema
are instantly re
lieved and prompt
ly cured by gentle
Cutioura Ointment, ..
ana purest ana sweetest of emollients,
preceded by warm baths with Cuticura
Soap and aided in the severer cases
j by mild doses of Cuticura Resolvent
i (liquid or pills). Cuticura Kennedies
ce priceless for the itcbings, scaling.
Poshes, and other skin tortures of m-
fancy. Guaranteed absolutely pure, and
snay be used from the hour of birth.
COAL AND LUMBER.
The Thanksgiving Proclamation
Has Been Announced. ,
BETTER COAL UP
Some warm days yet but it'a time to
Slave the Coal-bin filled and the cellar
Idoor banked up.
The Chappell Co. would like you to
try their Coal.
L CDAPPELL CO.
Central Wharf and 150 Main Street
H. an Dim boo
THE NORTH POLE
tias recently been discovered. The faot
that JOHN A. MORGAN A SON was
Belling the best line of family coal and
lumber for building purposes wat dis
covered in 1814
Ctfll doing business at the Old Stand.
Central Wharf. Telephone 884.
The best to be had and at the right
prices too. Remember we always
carry a big line of Shingles. Call us
up and let us tell you about our stock.
H. F. oV A. J. DAWLEY.
Free Bnralng Kinds and Lehtgh
ALWAYS IN STOCK.
A. D. LATHROP,
Office cor. Market and Shetuoket Sta
.Well Seasoned Wood
C. H. HASKELL
489 'Phones 402
87 Franklin St 68 Thames St
Eeasonabls Dress Goods
that will please the most particular
Jady In Eastern Connecticut are being
known by us- Our method of buying
llrect from the manufacturers enables
ka to sell at the lowest possible prices.
Trade here once and you'll be a regu
BRADY & SAXTON, Norwich Town
telephone 306-2. novl8d
done at Frlsweil'e
apeakc for Itself.
KM. FRISUUL, 25-27 Franklin
DR. D. J. SHAHAN,
Physioian and Surgeon,
317 Main Street. Telephone 121
Hours: 1 30 to 3.30 and $ to 9 p. m.
. We are headquarters for
. MARRAGANSETT BAXJl F7T ALE.
Family trade supplied at 60c per do.
C. E. Wright, 8 Cove 8t. Tel. octSOd
Buy the Metz Plan Car
and assemble it yourself. Order aow
tnr spring. Agent. A. B. Simpson, 82
West Main St.. City. oct26d
Mrs. T. 8. Underwood,
Tel. 858-4. 51 B'dway.
'. , NEWMARKET- HOTEL.
1 715 Boswell Ave.
First-class wlcea, liquors and cigar,
afeala and Welch rarebit Berrec U
order. John Tuckie. Pros. TaL tS-l.
Clairvoyant and Palmist, lias been call
ed out of town. The public will be
notified upon her return. novl-Td
"oley's Honey and Tar cures coughs
quickly, strengthens the lungs and ex
, pels colds. Get the geunine in a yel
low package. For sale by ht &
Osgood Co. .
WHAT IS GOING ON TONIGHT
Moving Pictures and Illustrated Song
at Breed Theater.
Vaudeville and Motion Fictures at
Clara Turner Company at Broadway
See the shoe specials Frank A. Bill
offers today. - Ladies' J1.75 shoes $1.50,
ladies' J2.50 shoes $2, men's $2.50 shoes
$2. He has the exclusive sale of Pa
trician $3.50 and $4 shoes for ladies,
men's $4 King quality shoes. '
The N'OEWich branch of the Direct
Importing Co. will open for business
Saturday afternoon. This company
operates a large number of similar
branches throughout New England and
will have an interesting Thanksgiving
announcement in our advertising col
umns early next week.
. ' 1840 Ye Olde Booke Shope 1909.
The best place to buy books is at a
well established book shop, where
stocks are carefully selected, and kept
up to date the new books being receiv
ed as soon as published, and sold at
the lowest prices. Such a place is
Cranston's well known book shop,
which for seventy years has been the
leading book store of Eastern uonnec
ticut. Their assortment is complete
and their prices are right.
yAs full of good things as a Thanks
giving mince pie is the specially ar
ranged programme for the Auditorium
during Thanksgiving week. A pleasing
feature of this excellent bill will be tne
return by request of the O'Donnell
Brothers, popular Irish comedians, who
scored such an extraordinary success
when they appeared here about a year.
ago. For the benefit of those who have
not seen this clever act we wish to
state that Mr. Steve O'Donnell is the
only man playing the genuine -Irish
bagpipe on the stage today.
An act which is an extreme novelty
and coming direct from the American
Music hall. New York, is the sensa,
tlonal Russian dancers, the Yatto Duo.
They introduce a dance which for
genuine strenuosity has the notorious
Apache dance outdone.
The comedienne, Florence Benjamin,
has a style of delivery which classes
her far above the average single turn.
Krank Saypo and Robert Benn, com
edy acrobats, flipping the flaps, will
introduce some clever Hebrew comedy
work with some smart gymnastic gyra
tions. The catchy Indian song of the sea
son, "Singing Bird," Lillian Morrelle
singing it. Enough said.
The explosion scene in the ''Un
spoken Good-Bye'' is the most thrill
ing ever produced in motion photogra
phy. A new reel by a hew firm. "For
the Cause of Suffrage." Also a special
feature which will be a surprise.
Master Harry Noonan, Boy Soprano,
Sings at Spiritual Academy.
As an added feature to the service
at the Spiritual Academy this Sunday
evening. Master Harry Noonan, the
popular boy soprano, has been engaged
to aing at the evening service, and
will render one of his most successful
sacred songs, his many admirers in
sisting that the society engage him,
that they have an opportunity of hear
ing him in a different class of songs.
Master Noonan appears almpst reg
ularly at the sacred Sunday concerts
in Boston, where he is in great de
mand. EED THEATER.
'Entombed Alive," Thrilling Feature
Motion Picture. '
One of the most novel plots seen at
the Breed theater in a long time is the
one in the great picture from the
French classics entitled Entombed
Alive. In this picture the celebrated
Italian actors that comprised the big
company organized to tour the Italian
theaters of America, are reen to ad
vantage, bringing to this country many
new and interesting mannerisms and
Ifeatures. Many other exceptionally
strong pictures are shown on the in
teresting programme, including some
of the unparalleled Biograph comedy.
Miss Wolcott demands the closest at
tention in ' her beautiful song. My
llame Is Where the Heather Blooms,
from Rob Roy, and it Is at once ap
parent that her experience in singing
this song for one year, while with the
Bostonians, has made her master of it,
the audience demanding its repetition.
Soul and Body is the topic of the
Christian Science meeting Sunday
Rev. C. H. Ricketts will conduct the
services at the Sheltering Arms Sun
Rev. Benjamin F. Nye will preach
Sunday morning and evening at the
Mt. Calvary Baptiat church.
There will be services Sunday morn
ing and evening at the Norwich Town
Methodist Episcopal church.
At the Greensville Congregational
church Sunday the pastor will speak
at the morning and evening services.
At St. James' Episcopal church at
Poquetanuck Rev. W. E. Hooker will
officiate, the evening service being held
at 6.30 o'clock hereafter.
At Christ church, Sunday, there will
be Holy Communion at 9.30 a.m. pray
er and sermon at 10.30 a. m., and eye
ing prayer and sermon at 7.30 p. m.
There will be Holy Communion,
morning prayer and sermon at 10.30,
with evening prayer and sermon at
7.30 at St. Andrew's Epiacopal church.
There will be preaching and recep
tion of new members at the North
Main street M. E. church at 2.15 Sun
day afternoon, to be followed by Sunday-school.
.At the First Baptist church, the
pastor, Rev. XV. T. Thayer,. will preach
Sunday morning on An Open Door. In
the evening Shuddering Demons will
be his opic.
The Sunday morning topic of Rev.
W. H. McLean at Grace ' Memorial
Baptist church Is An Unprofitable Ser
vant. His evening subject is The
Wrath of God.
Rev. Dr. Lester L. West will preach
Sunday morning at the Second Congre-
?ational church on What is the Gospel,
n the evening his sermon will be on
What ia Your Life?
At the Third Baptist church Sunday
morning the topic of Rev. J. R. Very is
God Will Take Care of You. In the
evening he will preach on God Assist
ing Tne oeiievere rann. -
There will be Holy Communion, -at
9.I10 a. in., morning prayer and sermon
lit 1 9.30 a. rn.. and evening prayer'and
airiftin lit 7.30 p. m. at Trinity Epis
copal church, Rev. J. Eldred Brown, of
ficiating. ,Rsv. Albert P. Blinn will spaak at
the Spiritual Academy Sunday mornig
and evening. Master Harry Naenan,
the boy tenor, will assist in the, eve-
nlng. The Progressive Lyceum meets
at 12 o'clock.
At the Broadway Congregational
church Rev! William Ewing, of the
Congregational Sunday School and
Publishing society will preach at the
morning service. Vesper service at E
Sunday morning at the Buckingham
Memorial Rev. Joseph F. Cobb will
preach on Thanksgiving from Genera
tion to Generation. He will as usual
give a short talk to children. The.
Y. P. C. U. topic at 6.30 Is The Divine
The Abiding Presence of the Lord is
the subject of Rev. W. H- Eley's ser
mon Sunday morning at the McKinley
avenue A. M. E. Zion church. In the
evening he preaches on The Gospel
and lt Effect. V
A Great Christian Testimony is the
subject of Rev. Dr. S. H. Howe's Sun
day morning sermon at Park Congre
gational church. At the vesper service
at 4.30 o'clock he will preach on Christ
Disturbing and Reconciling.
A Song of Thanksgiving will be the
Sunday morning topic of Rev. D. B.
MacLane at the Taftville Congrega
tional' church. In the evening Rev.
William Ewing of Boston will sneak
on the work of the Sunday school so
ciety. At the First Congregational church
Sunday the Da3tor. Rev. G. H. Ewing,
will take for. his morning subject
The Weightier Matters. At the evening
service there will be preaching by the
pastor. The Y. P. S. C. E. resume Its
meetings at 6.30 p. m.
- Sunday morning Rev. Dr. M. S.
Kaufman will preach on Thanks
Living in the Truest Thanksgiving, at
Trinity Methodist Episcopal church.
In the evening there will be an, evan
gelistic service with preaching -on The
Fatal Laok, the Alexander Gospel
Songs to be used.
Old Soldier's Death at 86.
The death of Lucius Cooke of Plain
vllle occurred at the Soldiers' home in
Noroton last week. Mr. Cooke has
been in a precarious condition at the
home for two weeks. He has been in
Noroton for about a month, having
been removed there from the Hartford
hospital. The deceased was in his 87th
year. v ,
CASTOR I A
Toe Infants and Children.
fiie Kind You Kave Always Sought
Young Girls Are Victims
of headache as well as older- women,
but all get quick relief and prompt
cure from Dr. King's New Life Pills,
the world's best remedy for sick and
nervous headaches. They make pure
blood, and strong nerves, and build
up your health. Try them. 25c at Lee
& Osgood Co.
A Card. .
This is to certify that all druggists
are authorized to refund your money if
Foley's Honey and Tar fails to cure
your cough or cold. It stops the cough,
heals the lungs and prevents serious
results from a cold, prevents pneu
monia and consumption. Contains no
opiates. The genuine is in a yellow
package. Refuse substitutes. For sale
by Lee & Osgood Co.
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST If the partv w'ho took the
wrong raincoat from Ue Masonic Tem
ple on Wednesday night will com
municate with this office he can get his
own property. nov20d'
BANKBOOK LOST Lost or stolen.
PasKbook No. 115145 of The Norwich
Savings Society. All persons are cau
tioned against purchasing or negotiat
ing tiie same, and any person havinjr a
claim to said book is hereby called
upon to present said claim to said bank
on or before tlie nineteenth day of May,
1910. or submit to having the book de
clared cancelled and extinguished and
a new book issued in lieu thereof, or
the amount due thereon taid. nov20S
AT A COURT OF PROBATE HELD
at Norwich, within and for the District
of Norwich, on the 18th day of No
vember, A. D. 3 909.
Present NELSON J. ATLING. Judge.
Estate of Margaret J. Beckwlth. late
of Norwich, an said District, deceased.
The Administratrix exhibited her ad
ministration account with said estate
to the Court lor allowance; it is there
fore Ordered, That the 26th day of No
vember, A. D. 1909. at 16 o'clock in the
forenoon, at the Probate Court Room
In the City of Norwich, In said District,
be. and the same Is. appointed for hear
ing the same, and the said Adminis
tratrix is directed to give notice there
of by publishing this oxder once in
some newspaper having a circulation
in said District, at least five days
prior to the date of said hearing, and
make return to the Court.
NELSON J. AY LING, Judge.
The above and foregoing is a true
copy of leoord.
Attest:. FANNIE C. CHURCH.
nov20d . Clerk.
Handsome High Grade
'for every occasion
at moderate prices
, Furs Altered and Repaired at reas
onable rates and under clean condi
. THE FURRIER,
101 Main Street.
Our first consignment for Fall and
Styles the Best, Prices the Lowest.
Call and sele them.
Now ' taking orders for Painting,
Paper Hanging and Decorating.
P. F. AUJRTAGH,
92-94 West Main St.
All orders receive prompt and careful
attention. Give me a trial order. Sat.
THOSrJ. DODD, Norwich
TfiWhtne, S49-& Norwich.
A -NQBWICH CASE
MANY MORE LIKE IT IN NOR
The following case is but one of
many similar occurring dally in. Nor
wich. It is an easy matter to verify
its correctness. Surely you cannot ask
for better proof than auch conclusive
Mrs. Margaret Cox. 191 West Main
Street, Norwich, Conn., eoys: "My
son procured Doan'a Kidney Pills for
me from N. D. Sevin & Son's drug
store and their use proved of great
benefit. I had been miserable for some
time from disordered kidneys. Morn
ings when I arose my back was eo
painful that I could scarcely straighten
and at times I could not do anything.
Trouble with the kidney secretions
also bothered me, the passages being
too frequent. I was subject to dizzy
spells, and more than once came near
falling on this account.. My face
bloated and there was also a percepti
ble swelling of my feet and hands. I
tried various medicines and doctored
a great deal, but nothing gave me any
relief. I was about discouraged when
I began using Doan's Kidney Pills, but
I had only taken a few dosea before I
had reason to place great confidence
in them. The use of one box put an
end to all lameness in my back, re
storing my health and benefitting me
in a general wayi It gave me pleas-,
ure to tell -other persons of the cura--tive
powers of Doan's Kidney Pills."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50c.
Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New York,
sole agents for the United States.
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other. ' , - -
A BARGAIN IN LADIES'
buys a O size 15 Jewel, nickla
movement, in a 20 year gold
fil ed hunting case.
JOHN & GEO. li. BLISS j
Reduction of 20 per cent.
y in prices.
For two weeks only I will sell the
regular . $2.50 Switches for $2.00 and
the $2.00 Switches for $1.50. .
OTTO STABENOW. 17 Broadway
The New Crop Teas.
buys the BEST QUALITY, reg
ular 60c grade.
Best 35c Cotfee
No Tin Pots or Trading Stamps
to be paid for HERE, and our
selections are made by the most
Expert People, tha Importers.
United lea Importers Co.
Up one flight. Franklin Square,
over Som.rt Bros.
Sec the Point?
Our stock of Whiskies comprises all
the' best brands, domestic and import,
ed. Try our Old Darling. Tou will
find it rich and mellow with age
right either as c beverage or medicine
See the point T
47 FRANKLIN STREET.
Telephone 812. . Norwich, Conn.
Furnish the Home
We are complete housefurnishers
and offer every piece of Furniture for
every room as well as Stoves, Ranges.
Rugs, Carpels, Linoleums and Oil
Cloths and Borne choice patterns In
WE ARE AGENTS FOR
Crawford Cooking Ranges
,; M. flOURIGAN,
62-66 Main Street
chaAgb nr adTircss. -
DR. N. GILBERT GRAY.
formerly at Hodges Stable. Is now lo
cated in rear ot bio. I Franklin square,
WANTED Second-hand democrat
wagon. F. A. Krug, K. F. D. 8, City.
TeL 287-2. . ' ' novZOd
WANTED .First class - barber, ,at
onoe. .Apply to the Wauregan House
Barber Shop.' nov20d
WANTED A woman ' for general
housework. Call at 459 West Main St.,
or at shop, 36 Market St.. J. W. MallelL
. nov20d - '
KXPKRIBiVCliD FRENCH TEACHER
desires a few private pupils; best ref
erences. Address Mile. LeRolland, care
of Miss Butts' School, The Beech Drive.,
nov20d . - ' '
GOOD PAYING situation open Cash
weekly, checking, attending advertis
ing material for your locality. Enclose
stamp for reply.. Dept. 273,, Pandora
Mfg. Co., London, Ont. nov20d .
SOLICITOR High grade, with large
Norwich acquaintance, able to present
proposition to best people; .can have
connections which will produce an un
usually large weekly lndome. .' Refer
ences required. Box 122, Providence,
R. I. nov20d-
FOSITION WANTED As gardener
on a private place, either second or
first. Address "Experience," this office.
Good references nov208TuTlr
WANTED Young man 'for mall clerk
in manufacturing office. ' Excellent
opportunity for advancement. Should
have high . school education. Reply
stating age and references. Box 333,
Bulletin Office. nov!8d
WANTED Good fixers for velvet
looms. Write or apply personally.
Rossie Velvet Co., Mystic. Conn.
WANTED Immediately, man and
wite without children for country
place; man for head man on farm: wife
for general housework;' good wages
and permanent position to right party.
Address C. D. Geer, Central Bldg., City.
novl6d . .
WANTED Th&.public -to know that
onr repair department is complete;
most reliable place to have your ma
chine repaired: woodwork also lefln
ished. Singer Store, 48 Main St.;.C. W.
Kennison, Mgr. novlild
WILL YOU (MHBVt Send ten cents
fpr copy of "(iolden ' Hearts." It's a
dandy. Box 712,. Springfield. Mass.
Dept. 71. novir.d
- WANTED Shorthand ' pupils. ' In
struction by mail complete 310. Write
for sample lesson. Mrs. Smith. 2 Cen
tral Row. Hartford. novldd
WANTED Raw furs. Will pay
Boston and New York prices. At H. A.
Heebner's Harness Store every Thurs
day. Arthur C. Bennett. novd
WANTED Orders for custom made
corset; made and fitted by Mrs. c. 1
James. 31(1 Main St. ' Telephone 652-5.
The State Free Bjnploymeat Burr an
is absolutely free te both, the employer
and to the employe. Care Is taken to
secure the most reliable help for the
employer and the same care Is exer
cised in behalf of those looking for
work. We want everybody , to come
and make use of this office. 43 "Broad
way, Central Building. S. H. "REEVES,
Supt.- , novl3d
. WANTED Ruptured people to call
at our office. 765 Main street. Wllli
mantlc. We want to show vou how we
treat rupture. Twenty years' study of
the mechanical treatment of rupture.
Thousands have been relieved ari rnauy
have been entirely cured of their iip
ture. If you have trenble with your
truss or your rupture troubles you,
come and consult us. No charge for
office examination. Send for free book
on rupture. Dr. Cooke Truss Co.
Eghart Dart, Rupture Specialist.
cash registers, typewriters, slot ma
chines, carpet sweepers, and all kinds
of repair work. Transportation paid
one way on out of town work. Supplies
for all makes. We repair everything.
Eighteen years' experience. Sewing
Machine Hospital and General -Repair
Shop. 100 West Main St. Over Fits
gerald's Market . Tel. 533 or drop pos
tal. ... - - . . oct29d
Two good Family' Cooks, $8 per
week, and General Housegirl. good
J. B. LUCAS.
Room 32 '. Central Building.
CHAS. F. BROWN. . ... . . . . .Auctioneer
AUCTION, HAT, NOV. II
. I will sell at Public ' Auction at my
place, situated 2 miles east of Col
chester and known as the Martin Ryan
homestead, on Harbor road, the follow
ing described property: One pair
matched team horses, color black age
6-7 years, weight 3300 lbs; one gray
driving horse, weight 1100 lbs; 22 cows,
consisting of 10 new milch, 5 springers
and 7 head of beef cattle. 1 yeaning
bull, 3 brood sows. 4 shoats, 1 two
horse team wagon, 1 two-horse dump
cart, 1 two-horse business wagon, 1
one-horse business wagon, 2 sets of
double team harness, 3 sets single har
ness. 2 top carriages, 1 2a0-egg lncJ
bator, 3 brooders, harrows, plows, cul
tivators, grindstones. shovels. forks,
flails, chains and various other tools
too numerous to mentiqn. Sale com
mencing sharp "at 10 e'clock Monday.
Nov. 22d. 1909. If said day prove
stormy, sale following fair day.
CHAS. J. RYAN.
McCASKEY ACCOUNT REGISTER
with supplies. Arranged for 300 ac
counts. Perfect condition. ' Nominal
price. ' " '
Apply A. B. DA VIES, Atty, 91 Main
Street, Norwich. nov20d..
I MONEY LOANED
on Dlamoda, Watnhee. Jewelry
and Securities of any kind at the
Lowest Rates of Interest. An old
B established Arm to deal wits.
TBI COLLATERAL LOAN CO.
lltl ajakn street. Vp.talra.
EH. W inNEIL General Agent
H. C IANO. Special Agent '
jus24S HARTFORD. CONN.
THERE ts no advertising medium In
Eastern Connecticut equal to The Bul
letaa lor buirisa raaatHa.
J f The remedy for k
m . XCMarrh, Colds and HayX
AFcver wda! I unnatural dis-
m :harye, in fUmmauona, irnta-
m Ftiona or ulcerations of mueouw
(XLZl fniembranes, ot the nose, throat. - v
ntomech or oriaary organs.
,adBWf I Sold by Pragaiate. . . '
ll ,aJI or in plain errapper, express .
1 CAl prepaid, on receipt of fi. or
IfcOU threebottlea.f2.7S. -lalBBBaasf,
Booklet on request, I , . I
THEtlW Wnetc.1 Ca.1 anl
FOR SALB Male hog. 8 months old.
F. A. Krug, R. F. D. 8. City. nov20d
SPECIAL BARGAINS Horses, car
riages, harnesses, etc. H. H. Btark
weather, Danielson. 'Phone 47-23.
CONKtOY'S LAYING TONIC going
fast at C. W. Hil & Son's. Poultrymen.
take advantage of free offer.
FOR SALE 100 choice native tur
keys. Matt A. Tinker, Oakdale, Conn.
Tel. 368-6, New London. npv!9d
FOR SALE Cows and Working oxen.
W. N. Jewett. Clark's Corner Station,
Conn. TeL 82-4. nqvlSd
FOR SALE Vacuum house cleaning
machine. Apply Starr's Garage, 88
Green St., New London. novlSd
FOR SALE Covered milk wagon,
new gear; price low for a quick sale.
Address Chas.. F. Ennis, Danielson, Ct.
- FOR SA LE Automobile. Ford, two
cylinder, four passenger, touring car,
sold cheap if taken at once. W. Sayle.
181 Bank St., New London. novl6d
FERRETS FOR SALE C. F. Lllli
brldge. Telephone 463-5. nov9d
FOR SALE OR.RENT New seven
room cottage, an Improvements, on
Laurel Hill. Electrics pass: conven
iently near business section. Easy
terms to purchaser. C. E. K. Burnham
Salem Road. Telephone 816-8. oct21d
FOR SALE Fine lot of thoroughbred
bronse turkeys. Address R. F. D. 1.
Box 63, Baltic. Conn. octl6d
' REAL ESTATE BARGAINS.
40-S'e farm good comfortable 8
room bouse, 1 mile to village. 4 miles
to nlty i;00.
4 acres, 1 mile to city, handy to trol
lev, fine new 8-room cottage finished In
cypress, hot and cold water, bath, new
barn, price 33.0UK-' v
The bet 175-acre farm la New Lon
don county for (5,00f
Several good Investment properties
In city of Wiliimantlc.
Three furnished cottage on Fisher's
Island at bargain prices.
If yoo wan: a farm, country borne or
e.ty property, call at
TRYON REAL ESTATE AGENCY
T15 Mala Street, . Wllllnsjuatle, Cess.
I have 15 horses that I wish Mo sell
right away; They are all acclimated
and well broken and gentle. They
are not fat. but good horses. Come
and see them.
ELMER R. PIERSON.
Telephone connection. . novlJd
227 Main St, Franklin Square.
Rear Estate and Insurance
, FOR SALE
COTTAGE In East Norwich, nearly
new; only ten minutes' walk from post
office; seven rooms; steam heat; an
good order. Easy terms ond cheap.
WEST SIDE COTTAGE, about one
mile from Franklin square; seven
rooms, bath and closet; small lot, but
near trolley and low priced. Install
ment payments received.
Rooxerrlt Are, No. S, near the
Bleachery, Greenevllle; six room cot
tage, with large, well cultivated gar
den. Easy terms. Low price.
A second-hand Damp Cart and
a second-band Team Wagon
M. B. RING, Chestnut Street.'
No. 7 Huntington Place. Prop
erty recently owned and occu
pied by the late N. L. Bishop.
The residence has 9 rooms and
bath and has all modern conven
iences. Inquire of '
JAMES L. CASE,
40 Shetucket St, Norwich, Conn.
Farm of 50 acres pleasantly located
on main road near good market. Trol
ley passes through farm; six milea
from city of 3H.000 population, ten mtrr
utes' walk from poshpfnee, public and
parochial schools and churches; 15
minutes to steam R. R. depot, near
village of 2,500 Inhabitants, 1 !j story
house, 7 rooms, barn 20x25. clapboard
ed, large wagon shed, 2 large new hen
neries, good variety of fruit and plen
ty of it, apples, pears, peaches, plums,
quinces and grapes; will cut hay for t
cows and a horse: there is about 400
cords of wood, mostly oak. nearly
enough wood to pay for place. Land
and buildings are all In good condi
tion. Good reasons for selling.
Address, before Dec. J. 133
A. C. BCRDICK.
Jewett City. Conn.
AUCTION SALE -
Grain E evator. Jewett City,. Ct,
The subscriber will sell to the high
est bidder at public auction, on the
premises. Nov. 23. 1909. at 10 o'clock
In the forenoon, the land and building
known as the Jewett City Grain Ele
vator property, including the steam
boiler, engines, shafting, pulleys, ele
vators, grinding machine and all
machinery used in grinding and mov
ing grain which was In said building
on March 30, 1906, said real estate and
machinery being described hi a cer
tain mortgage deed of Geo. H.
Lowerre. Jr.. to Fred S. Leonard, dated
March 30, 1906, and recorded in Gris
wold Land Records, Volume 12, page
510. Thia sale is made by an order
of the Superior Court for New London
County in - the case of Fred S. Leon
ard against Metropolitan Real Estate
Improvement Co., et al.. for the fore
closure of said mortgage and appoint
ing the undersigned to make Said sale.
GEORGE E. BACHELDER,
The lot known as No. 1, situated a!
the junction of Mowry and Whlttlng
ton Avenues. Greeneevllle, having a
frontage on Mowry Avenue of 101 7-10
feet. It Is an excellent location for
cither a dwelling or store building, and
will be sold at a very low price.
FRANCIS D. DONOHUE,
augl3d ' '' ' ' .
TRERB ta no advertising medium la
Eastern Conneidout equal to The Bl
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ElSINtSS NEWS advertlsament.
TOHK XT-Two or three connecting
rooms. Mrs. Congdon, 82 McKinley Ave.
TO RUNT First class store in Ma
honev block. West Mala. Inquire Ma
honey Bros.' Stable. Falls Ave, novlsd
TO RENT Up-stair tenement of 7
rooms and toath. centrally located. ?
ply to Ham Is Hempstead, Church St
TO RENT Seven-room cottage on
West Pearl St. All conveniences. Ap
ply to C. I. Kathbun. Norwich R- D. J-
, TO RKNT A tenement of Ave rooms
on one floor; also a flat of eight rooms
ami bath. Inquire at 307 Washington
TO RENT Store 66 Franklin St., In
the Hartley building. Apply , to J. U.
Hartley, or at tlie atore. - 1 rrDvlOd
TO RENT Tenement, alx rooms, with
storage, gad, modern Improvements,
fine location. Ave minutes' walk from
square. Inquire 4G Hobart Ave. aug30d
TO RENT Drtslr&fcle front office;
also furnished roomie In Central build
ing; steam heat and water. J. B. Lucas.
TO LET On Broad-way, next to the
Wauregan Hotel, two rooms, suitable
for offices or dressmaker; also in the
same building, a largo, light and dry
basement room, 26 feet by 26 feet, suit
able for business purposes or storage.
Apply to William H. Shields. octT
STORE TO RENT at 61 Franklin
street; suitable for most any kind of
business. Moderate rersC inquire at
Bulletin Office. aep6d
TO RF.TTi Basement a 66 Franklin
street; suitable for the paftU. plumbing
or similar ouslness. mayl7d
To right party, six-room flaf.. with
modern conveniences, on lower floor,
at 33 Otis St.
Inquire N. J. AyMng, or telephone
Tenement at 240 Laurel Hill Ae .
9 rooms, bath and modern Improve
ments. F. It. Hutchlns. 17 Shetucket
New cottages and tenements.
Enquire o! A. L. POTTER & CO.,
Wa have the largest and beat
line of Black and Fancy Over
coatings in tha city, at moderate
Blue and Graya are tha stylish
colors thia fal. We have a large
assortment of all tha newest
Wa do Repairing, Cleaning and
D. F. Fulsifer & Co.,
including tha latest patterns,
ready for inspection.
Quality, minus tha high price
sting, tella tha story of our auo
cess. Whether you wish to order or
not, vve want to show you tha
new line and fashiona for FALL.
THE JOHNSON CO.
Merohant Tailors, Chapman Bldg.
85 Broadway. '
THE PAINT OF QUALITY
It's for your interest to
"There's a reason."
55 and 47 ,
Commerce Strest. -
WHEl you warn to put your busi
ness befor the public, there is no me
dium better thay through the afiwertif
aSOlT NDT. '
Said the Shagbark to the Chestnut,
"Is It time to leave the burr?"
"I don't know." replied the Chestnut
"There's Haselnut ask her.
"I don't care to pop my nose out. ',
Till Jack Frot unlocks the door;
Besides, I'm In no hurry
To Increase theysquirrcl'a store.
"A telegram from Peanut says
That she Is on her way: ' i
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Anil lha II.I..A ...
In Texaa, so thay aay
Then Butternut spoke up and ssldt
not d very long before "
Til have to move my quarters
To the farmer s garret floor.
"With Hickory and Walnut,
Good company I'll keep;
And there until Thankxaivlng
Together w snail sleep."
Said the Shagbark: "I am tired
Of being cooped up here!
I want-to see the world;
Pray, what ia there to fear?
"I'll stay up. here no longer;
I'll Just go pouncing down;
So goodbye. Sister Chestnut,
We'll meet again in town."
I.1NK8 OX THE HOOKWORM.
The hookworm's now upon the stage
Just left by Dr. Cok.
Its "turn" Is not a pleaxant one;
I hope It "gets the hook."
The hookworm, fur -an I can learn.
Is not the bookworm's brother.
Jawn D., I see, would flaht the flrst.
While Andy feeds tha other.
Good Bishop Chandler seems to scons
Aid from our northern chests.
And much a says Jawn D. Is one
The hookworm makes one lasy yes.
If some wives had their wav
Their husbands could And none with .
To Idly fish all day.
I (tueii that's all I know about
This peaky germ that lire.
Cent thia it's- not the aWt of worm
The early bird acquires.
VIEWS AND VARIETIES
Clever. Say inga
Hired Slan Shooting at airships?
Farmer Yep: trying to bring down '
sumpln' to trim Mlrandy's haL Puck.
The Infantile Mark. Twain waa just
beginning to talk. "Bah, bah," he
raid. And he lias been needing a bar
ber ever alnce. Chicago Tribune.
She I have Just discovered that the
diamonds In the diadem you gave me
last year are false. He Why, then
they just suit your golden hair. Meg-
Blobbs At the next station we stop
ten minutes for refreshmenta. Slobbs
I wonder' why trains sfhp only ten
minutes, at ' railroad eating housest
Blobbn Pmbably for humane reasons.
Alice In Wonderland boasted she
dnuld believe Six impossible. things he
fore breakfast:, 'flx cooks answered
your advertisement for help." we re
marked. Herewith her credulity plain
Iy weakened. N.. T. Sun.
THe saddest blow of tongue or pen
Is to seek your overt-oat and then
Discover that It la missing, wlillr
Your wife speaks up with sheepish
'"Twaa full of moths and moldy damp.
So I gave It to a poor old tramp."
"You Insist on laughlnar at my new
hat." aaid ilro. Cumrox. severely.
"Yes," anawjred her husband.' "I
can't get away from the Idea that It
is a Joke." "A Joke? On whom?"
"Well,' when you wear It the Joke's on t
you and when I pay for it, it'a on me."
. "8enator." aaid the Interviewer, "it'a
rumored that you imtend to retire
from politics." "Well, well." replied
the senator. "It's queer how rumors
stait. I suppose this dne? grew out ot
the fact that I attended church with
my wife last Sunday." Catholio
Standard. - .
Chaplelgh Surgery la making won
derful etrldeslllrs Cutting. Why. It
has actualy enabled men to- live with
out their - normal quantity of bwain,
doncher know. Mlsa Cutting Indeed
Are you speaking from "personal ex
perience, Mr. Chaplelgh T Ohlcaga
News. . . . '
"We have the greatest mine In the
world." the agent waa telling hta
hearer. "We want you Interested In
It and would Ilka to have you down
on our property to fhow you." "0k
no further," aaid the listener. "I am
already down , on your property" and
you needn't try to ahow tne. sfbod
day." St. Louie Star.
A man and 'a woman entered a
Broadway car. Another man sprang
ur and motioned tha woman to a Beat.
The man who waa with the woman
promptly took Iti "I gave that seat to
the lndy," aaid the other indignantly.
"Oh, that's all rhrht." aaid the man in.
the aeat "She'a my wife."'! Y.
Press. - ' "
r MUCH IN LITTLE
The German military ; authorities?
have placed a trial order after witness
ing a aatlsfactory teat, of the Hal
hand grenade, a British Invention.
1 The -Canadian - Importa e Amerrcan
cottonseed monl . has never reached
$20,000 worth In .a year a negligible
quantly yet the dBiry and antra!
breeding interests of the Dominion are ,
enormous. - "
AH notee or legal papa executed
In Mexico mutt bear revenue stamp
and all papers executed In' the United,
Htetes or other count rlee must bear
these stampa before legaJJ action can
be commenced In Mexico
The wdman'a nine hqvr law haa
been signed by Gov. Hadley of Mia
aouri. It limits the, employment of
women and girls In factories, reataq
ranta and auch places to nine houra a
day, between I a. m. and 10 p. in.
The consumption of coffee In France .
during the- years 10. 10T and 19S
amounted to ' J15.ng.B04, 223.1K0.f-3C
and 224, 857,7 J0 pounds, respectively,
and of tea. during the same years,
2,m.704. 2,492,724 and J,442,72 pounds,
The price of land In Prague, aa alae
the price of all necessities, la higher,
owing partially to . the real eatata
boom, brought about through the action
of the ctty council In condemning the
old ghetto aa a menace to health and
In enforcing its destruction.
It has been found that the ekln of
the brown rat Is .well adapted to a
variety of purpoaea', auch as the bind
ing of books, the .making of purses,
glovea and other articles of feminine
use and adornment. It la atated that
already the traffic In this commodity
amounts to about I J 60.000 per year In
Great Britain, and advertisements heva
appeared for supplies of skins of the
brown rat in lota of 100 to 10.000.
The lateat ejffee roaater haa a sta
tionary Inner cyHnder and rotating
outer one of perforated ateel, with
auare between for the cofTee benns. -and
blades to ensure thorough mixing
and even roasting. Heat ia applied 1
to tha Inner cylinder by electric cur-
rent For sampling the rousting, a
small cup if so arranged that on
pressing knob-three or four beajia
are thrown out althmit stopping Ua