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FAIR TODAY AND .
PROBABLY TOMORROW
FULL ASSOCIATED
PRES3 DESPATCHES
NORWICH. CONN,
THURSDAY, SEPT. 27. 1917.
What I Going On Tonight
Moving Pictures at the Auditorium.
Monng Met urea at tne ursea -me
atre.
Vaudeville and Moving; Pictures at
ine uaru TBeatre.
Indies' Auxiliary. Division No. 64, A.
PaJymyra Encampment. No. SO. I. O.
n TT In ITaIIawb' TTo.11
'Lafayette OounciL No. 207. L TJ. St.
J. B. IX A. In Forertars Hall.
Women of Moosebeart Legion, No,
124. in Moose Home.
ANNOUNCEMENTS
Broker Moran's Real Estate Activities
Real Estate Broker John -A. Moran
has sold for the owner. Mrs. Anna
Lester, the seven-room, cottage with
modern improvements at cu west
Main street to Herman and Lena M
Pukallus. who wU make it their home.
Mr. Moran has also leased the store
and upper rooms of the building at
248 Main street. rranKiin square, own
ed bv the Charles loung estate.
to
the Sishop Studios, portrait and com
mercial photograpners, or isew lod
don.
NORW1 CH MUSIC ASSOCIAT1 ON'S
OPENING PROGRAM ANNOUNCED
For Meet ma to be Held at . Slater
Museum Annex-Next Monday Eve
ning.
1 At the opening; meeting- of the Nor
I wich Music Association Monday eve
' ning. October L the following pro-
! gramme will be given:
J Piano solo. Caprice Sur les Airs
Gluck-Saint Saens
Mrs. L. Tracy Sheffield.
Oriarinal Creative Dances
Aurora. Roudlno-Kreisler
i Terptschore. Isoline Ballet Valse
1 Miss Suzanne Gallaudet.
' Songs
i From the Valley, Frank E. Tours
f On the Wild Rose Tree.
Augusto Hotel!
I When Maidens Go A -'Maying.
i Edward German
! Mrs. Grace Aldrlch Crocwell.
' Miss Ella M. Poter, Accompanist.
Dtnees
Illusion, Broken Melody
The Moon Dream, Rendez-vous
Miss Gallaudet.
Piano Solos-
Prelude, Chopin
I Nocturne, Chopin
Mrs. Sheffield.
I Songs with Cello Obligato
Time's Garden, A. Lorlng Thomas
! The Magic Song,
E. Meyer-Helmund
Mrs. CrowelL Chas. D. Gallup,
j MIbs Potter, Accompanist.
, Dances
Pan and His Shadow,
1 Badinage-Victor Herbert
Enoi at Play.
' Serenade Espagnole-Kreisler
j Miss Gallaudet.
i
DAVIS THEATRE.
1n
w Show Today Three Big Keith
Vaudeville Acta With Leigh De
Laey in Excess Baggage, the Fea
ture Attraction Polly of the Cir
cus Coming Next Monday.
Another splendid show is booked to
I appear at the Davis the last half of
this week. The feature attraction is
I Leigh DeLacy and company in the
screamingly funny comedy sketch,
, Excess Baggage. Miss DeLacy is well
. I known In this cltv and her many
f friends will be glad to welcome her
I son, who presents a magic offering
i that is mystirying as well as enter
j taining. Dooly and Nelson are two
comedians, who are in a class by
themselves. Everything they do is
. different and they make more lauprhs
j than any other team In vaudeville,
j The feature picture is TSessle Barrls
i cale In the five -part Triangle play,
Wooden Shoes, a quaint story of Hol
j land life. To complete the show there
is a funny Triangle Komedy called A
I Love Case.
i Polly of The Circus.
Polly of The Circus, a. tremendous
! Goldwyn Picture made from Margarot
(Mayo's great - play, with famous little
Mae Marsh as its star, will be shown
at the Davis theatre next Monday,
. Tuesday and Wednesday,
j The picture Is the first release of
' Goldwyn Pictures corporation, formed
bv Samuel Goldfish In association with
? Edgar Selwyn. Margaret Mayo, Archl
J baid Selwyn and a brilliant group of
; authors and playwrights. The story
! of Polly, which has been given a tre
: mendous production In its picturized
: form. Is that of a motherless girl of
; the circus, and of the part she plays
' In the drama of life in a small Amer
ican village. It is a romance of the
eawdnst ring and has been termed
"the classic of the Big Tops."
N. F. A. NOTES.
Tryouta For Dramatic Club to Be Held
Soon Football Team Will Play in
Stonington Saturday.
The students trying out for the Dra
; matic club are practicing hard In pre
: paration for the try-outs which will be
; held in a few weeks. The club Is
under the direction of Miss Eunice
Gulltver and the officers are as fol
lows: President. Clinton Hanover, 18;
vice president, Catherine Sullivan, '18;
secretary, Mary Tirrell, 18; treasurer,
Eleanor Norton, 18.
The football team Journeys down to
Stonington. Saturday to play the fast
Stonington High eleven. The first
home, game is scheduled for Saturday,
Sept- 29 with Windham. The new
suits have not arrived fet but they are
expect ea nerore Saturday.
Torrlngton. In Its membership cam
palgn the T. M. C. A. secured 105 new
members. In honor of the successful
work a supper, was served in the gym
nasium last night.
Excellent Laxative
For Elderly People
Am we pus the prime of life the
various organs of the body have
a tendency to weakea, especially
the bowels. Xegnlarlty la this
important rosctioa Is so essential
to good health that eld folks
should be very careful to avoid
eoastlpatio. A congestion, of
stomach waste In the bowels ocoa-
neaaacne, arowst-
bsss after eating, biliousness,
Belching, bloat, piles, etc., and
shoald be corrected Immediately ;
ltls the direct caase of much se-
The moot effective mmed-v tar
coaskipatloav Is a combination of
simple laxative) herbs with pepsin,
sold ta drag stores under the
aaa of "Dr. Caldwell's Syrup "Pep
sin. It oesta only fifty cents a
bottle, la aaUd Irnlts action, does
mot gripe or strata, ana brings re
lief quickly im am easy, natural
manner. Out bottle of It front
your drmggigt nl keep tt la the
bouse; it la the Ideal family rem
edy. A trial bottle earn be ob
tained, free of charge by writing
to Dw. W. B. Caldwell, 3 Wash
ington BW Moutlnello, nitaois.
. on
GOVERNOR ASKS STATE
TO AID LIBRARY FUND
Purpose of Campaign la to Provide
Reading Matter for American Soldiers.
Governor Marcus H. Iloloomb lias
called upon the citizens of Connecti
cut to aid the National Library Was
Council in its efforts to raise a mil
lion dollar fund for the purpose of
providing with the trained assist
ance of the American Library Associ
ation, collections of well-chosen read
ing matter wherever the Military or
Naval forces of the United States are
assembled in camps or training sta
tions. ' The following statement has been
Issued by Governor Holcomb, through
the Connecticut State Council of De
fense: The Secretary of War has appointed
a National Library War Council, with
Hon. Frank A. Vanderlip as its chair
man, to raise a. million dollar fund
throughout the United States for the
purpose of providing a library for our
soldiers and sailors wherever serving.
This object will appeal to every citi
zen. Connecticut has promptly re
sponded to and met every patriotic
demand upon it and will not fail to
generously respond to this appeal. It
is requested that the contributions oi
the citizens of this state to Mis
brary fund shall be made during the
week beginning sseptemDer ztn. bud
scriptlons may be forwarded
George S. Gadard, State Librarian, at
Hartford.
IN INTEREST OF ,
STATE'S FOREIGN BORN
Letters and Bulletins to Be Sent to
Thousands.
The Committee on Foreign Born
Population of the Connecticut State
Council of Defense has opened a tern
porary office and headquarters in New
Britain, where cnaarman (Stanley a.
Holmes can be closely in touch with
the work being done. The committee
has meetings on alternate Monday af
ternoons at the State Capitol in art
ford.
The first meeting of this committee
was held at the State Capitol, recent
ly, with seven members present. The
committee discussed several matters
relating to the work it should under
take and, after discussion of the val
ue of meetings as compared witn a at
rect personal appeal through the mails
to the leaders or thought, in J action
among the foreign barn, voted to
recommend to the Council that a large
number of circular letters be prepared
and mailed, together with appropriate
bulletins of information and appeals
for cooperation 'to the most prominent
representatives of each foreign group
in the various centers of foreign pop
ulation in the state. Stanley H.
Holmes, chairman of the committee,
presented this recommendation at the
meeting or the council on August z
and the course decided upon by the
Committee on Foreign Born Popula
tion was approved.
The committee also voted that the
chairmen take steps to secure from
the various town committees the
names of aliens to whom literature
should be sent, and from exemption
boards in the various districts, lists of
exempted aliens.
Chairman Holmes has submitted
draft of a letter to be sent to town
committee chairmen seeking a list of
persons of foreign birth to whom let
ters and circulars shall be sent, and It
was approved by the council.
FILES 'DAMAGE SUIT
AGAINST HER SISTER
Action Is Outcome of Conveyance, of
Property on Slater Avenue.
Catherine Readey of Norwich has
filed a $2,000 damage action against
her sister, Mary Allen, also of this
city.
The case is the outcome of the con
veyance to Mrs. Allen of a half in
terest in the property at No. 1 Slater
Avenue, owned by (Mrs. Readey.
In the complaint Mrs. Readey repre
sents that following the death of her
husband she - went to live with her
sister. Mary Allen and her sister'
husband, Franklin L. Allen, in East
Norwich.
That her sister, aided by he hus
band. Franklin L. Allen, prevailed up
on her to deed a one-half Interest -in
the property at No. 1 Slater Avenue to
er sister. In consideration of this
deed Mrs. Allen was to reside at the
house on Slater Avenue and was to
provide a home In the house for Mrs
Readey during the remainder of Mrs,
Readey s life.
The Aliens moved to the house on
Slater Avenue in" June last. Since
that time Mrs. Readey claims they
have treated her with hatred, insluts
and contempt, have called her vile and
abusive names, have attempted and
threatened to beat her, and assault
ner, ana nave oraerea ner out or tne
house and refused to give her com
fortable board and lodging. Also that
the defendant's daughter abused and
struck her with the approval of the
defendant.
She asks that the deeds be de
clared void and that the defendant be
enjoined from conveying . any title
which she may claim to have In the
property and the plaintiff asks in ad
dition $2,000 damages.
PARTNER DID NOT
ACCOUNT FOR RENTS
So Teofil Puza Wants Union Hall Sold
and Proceeds Divided.
Claiming that Anthony Gromko, who
has a part interest in Union Hall on
JNOrth Main street, has collected cer
tain rents from tenants in the build
ing and has not accounted for these
rents to him, Teofil Puza, who holds
part interest in the building, has
brought action in the superior court
against Gromko, asking for an ac
counting. Mr. Puza also asks that
permission be granted for the sale of
the building and that the proceeds be
divided according to the rights of the
plaintiff and defendant.
FINED FOR NOT
SENDING BOY TO SCHOOL
Edyvard Fitzgerald Hailed Before Jus
tice Edward Riley.
t
Edward Fitzgerald of (Brooklyn was
brought before Justice Edward Riley
for not sending a thirteen year old
boy that lives with him, Charles Hen
ry Stromberg to school. He was
found guilty and fined $3 each on
three counts and the costs of the case,
amounting to (18.97 which was paid.
Birthday Party. '
On Friday, September 21st, there
was a small gathering at the home of
Mrs. Emily Pelton of the East Side, in
honor of her 83rd birthday. Those
present were Mrs. Hcox, Lois and
Olive Hiscox, Mrs. Brunelle and Min
nie Brunnelle, Mr. and Mrs. Bryon
'Mathleu, Mrs, Caroline Bexjamin and
Mrs. Williams. Mrs. Sprague and Hat
tie Sprague, and Mr. and Mrs. Emll
A. Jahn. Light refreshments were
served.
"Summer time" in Russia will end
October
FREE TO
ASTHMA SUFFERERS
A New AM Cm Ttat AJmi Ci
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Time.
w vam a new method that eures
Asthma, anil we want you to try It at
our expense. No matter . whether your
case is of long standing or recent De
velopment, whether it is present as hay
fever or chronic asthma, you-should
send for a free trial of. our method. No
matter In what cUtenate you Mve. no
matter what your age or occupation, tt
you are .troubled with asthma, our
mathivl hsinlri raliev VCU DfOnMlTi
We esDocially want to semi K to
those apparently hopeless cases, where
all forms of lnfoalera. doncnea, opium
nronairivtlona fuxo.es. TSO-tOIVt StOOkeS,
etc, have failed. We want to show
everyone at our own expense that this
new method m aesignea u ma tu -floult
breathing, all wheezing, and all
those terrible paroxysms at onoe and
for all time. ' .
Thle free offer Is too Important to
neglect a single day. Write today and
begin the method at once. Send no
money. Simply , mail coupon below.
Do It Txta.y.
FREE ASTHMA COUPON
FRONTIER ASTHMA CO, Room
498S, Niagara and Hudson Sts,
Buffalo, N. Y.
Send free trial of your method to:
e-er
PROPERTY IN SOMER3
IS ORDERED SOLD
Spiritualist ' Association There Hal
Held No Services For Years, So New
Law is Enforced.
The first case that has ever been
brought under a law passed at the last
session of the general assembly pro
viding for the disposition of the prop
erty of religious societies that have
ceased to hold services for two years.
or which have failed to keep up their
organization is in process of settle
ment. The society was known as the
Somers Spiritualist association In
Somers, Tolland county, and at one
time was in a nourishing condition.
The officers of the society are dead and
the only surviving member is an aged
man who lives in Massachusetts.
The property consists of real es
tate valued at $2,600, and cash in sav
ings banks to the amount of $1,200.
The organization is about 30 years
old.
On the application of the attorney.
Judge Warner of the Hartford superior
court has authorised Dwight A. Ly
man of Columbia to sell the real es
tate and hold the proceeds subject
to the order of the court. The proceeds
In all probability will be iianded over
to the state Spiritualists' association
In an order of the court as the law
provjdes. -
Leaves For Central Falls.
David Twohig. of Main street, left
Wednesday morning to begin his new
duties at the Reliance Yard Company's
plant at Central Falls, R. I. He has
been employed for the last fifteen
years as boss spinner in the Reliance
Yarn Mill on the East Side, Norwich.
He is well known and has made many
friends druing his stay in Norwich.
His employes presented him a suit
case as a farewell gift. He left for
his new position with the best wishes
of friends and associate employes at
the local plant.
Have Beautiful, Thick
Glossy, Radiant Hair
Proper shampooing really makes your hair
beautiful, brings out all the real lustre and
life, natural wave and color makes it soft,
iresh, luxuriant and healthy.
Every woman can have beautiful hair and
plenty of it too, by simply giving it the care .
and attention it needs frequent and regular
shampooing not with ordinary soap and
shampoos that soon dry out all the natural
oils of the hair, make it brittle, harsh and
eventually ruin it, but with HAY'S COCOA
NUT OIL. SHAMPOO, always used by
discriminating women.
. This entirely greasetess, clean, pure emul
sion cannot possibly injure nor will it dry
out or make the hair brittle no matter how
often used. Makes an abundance of rich,
creamy, lather, cleansing the hair and scalp
thoroughly, rinses out easily leaving the hair
fine, soft and silky looking.
50c bottles at your druggist's. He will
refund your money if not satisfactory. Al
ways ask for and get the genuine
,1
JOHN A. DUNN
Our Corn and Wart Solvent
"or a quarter has placed
many hands and feet on easy
street.
harmacist, 50 Main Street
DR. C R. CHAMBERLAIN
Dental Surgeon
McGrery Building.
Norwioh, Conn.
DEL-HOFF HOTEL ,
EUROPEAN PLAN
HAYES BROS, Props.
Telephone 1227 26-28 Broadway
THE PALACE
78 Franklin Street
P. SHEA
LOST AND FOUND
IMrr fTRATED OK amUElf from
my pasture at ChaffevUle; an Ayrshire
cow, a l- years old.' Kindly notify
jaumnia utnur jonn.
aepaea .
orncn A- liver and white medium
sized setter; owner must pay charges.
St.. Brooklyn,
uonn.
sep26d
LOST OR STOLEN
Sundfey night a Bay Driving Mare,
weight about 900 lb, white star in
forehead. Finder notify Isaac Kir
man, Port Farm, Wauweous Hill, or
phone 360-4. fHMX) Reward.
FOR SALE
SJAtjK Private family would
like to find some kind person in the
country who would give their 8 year
old Vermont Morgan horse a good
home. Is perfectly safe for ladies or
children to feed or care for; raised on
our farm and never owned by anyone
else Is used to all kinds of farm
work: a Terr ndoo driver- orui a
lar pet. For good borne and references
price is very low. No Jockeys or
peddlers need apply. Call at private
residence, 120 Main St, Willimantic.
Conn. ' eeT27?
Browning's
Kitemaug
Peaches
THIS IS THE LAST WEEK
TO GET KITEMAUG
ELBERTAS.
Be sure the label is on the
basket.
CAN CAN CAN
KITEMAUG ORCHARDS
rIDMOlC.J. OBEN&CO1
rJilllslOl NEWPORT, VT.
With stock, crops and tools,
well located, near good mar
ket, modern buildings, reason
able prices and good terms.
Send for free catalogue.
J. OBEN A CO. x Ntwport, Vt.
FOR SALE
Bight-room cottage, all latest Im
provements, large barn. and eight
building lots, located in the best resi
dential section of. Jewett City.
For particulars, inquire of
. SEIGEL.
Real Estate ' aad Insurance.
Norwich. Conn.
mayl9d xeL 249
FOR SALE
THREE FAMILY HOUSE
with good yard
No. 14 Orchard Street
Price $2,750
Must be sold to close
an Estate
Apply to
JAMES L. CASE,
37 SHETUCKET 8TREET
FOR SALE
A very choice Seven Room Cottage on
Williams Street with modern improve
ments. Price reasonable. Will make
some one a very desirable home. For
further particulars inquire of JOHN A.
MOHAN, Real Estate Broker, Franklin
Square. Norwich.
FOR SALE
Three Story Brick Block with 4
8tores and 2 Eight Room Flats on
Th ames Streetj also coal property
owned by A L Potter &. Co, with
160 feet on Thames River, must be
old to close estate.
FRANCIS D. DONOHUE
Phones
Central BIdg. . Norwich
What $1,000
WILL BUY
A seven room cottage in good repair.
nam z x SO; crib, 12 x 16i hennerv.
8 x 12; wood shed and wagon house.
1 horse, a few hens, lumber wagon, all
farming tools, all crops, including ev
erything for the garden. FIFTY
ACRES OF LAND. 8everal acres till
able, abundance of wood and soma
fruit. Immediate possession. Investi
gate. 8end for Wilcox's Farm Bulle
tin. .Choioe of 400.
WILLIAM A. WILCOX
Farm Specialist,
Westerly. R. I. Tel. 2365
The Best Place is the Cheapest
Place to Buy
AUTO ROBES WAGON 8
HARNESSE8 RUBBER BOOTS
STEAMER RUGS CARRIAGES
80ME SECOND-HAND TEAM
HARNESS IN STOCK
THE L L CHAPUAN CO.
14 BATH STREET- NORWICH. CT.
TBERB fa no idrcrttiin. mAAmm
Eastern Connecticut . quai to The Bul-i
letln for business Jesuits. ' -
WANTED
WANTED A fireman: a good sober
man. .Apply Glen Woolen Mails, Nor
wich Town. ; aep2 7d
WANTED To Buy a cash register.
Inquire at 258 Broad St. sep27d
BOY WANTS position"to work after
school. Address D. -Bulletin Office.
sep27d
WASTBD Automobile repair man;
aiso helper. Est. M. B. Ring.
sep26d
.WANTEID Boy about 16 years of age
tar clerical work. No experience nec
essary. Ciood pay. West Side 911k
mill. sep2 6d
WANTED A farmer; a good sober
man. Apply men woolen Mills, .Nor
wich Town. eep28d
. BOY WANTED at Powers Bros.
ep26d
WANTED Wat trees; also chamber
maid. Apply at The Columbian House.
sepzba
WANTED A competent girl for
general housework at 15 Warren St.
Tel. lZZa. sep25d
WANTED Linemen. Apply to
Whitall Electric Co.; Westerly. B, I.
aep25d
WANTED To rent a farm near
Norwich. Address Mrs. R. Larsen. 129
Asylum St ep25d
WANTED An experienced book
keeper who can onen new set of books
for large manufacturing concern; must
oe mo-rougniy capaDie ana experiencea.
Address Box 666. care Bulletin.
sep25d .
WANTED All the second hand
cars we can get; will pay good cash
price for same. Phone. 726. sep22d
WANTED Everybody to tear and
sew their rags: don't sell your rags for
4ittle or nothing; send them to me and
see wnat peautnui rugs l can maae
for you, Write R. W. McClure, Nor
wich, R. F. D. No. 6 or Phone 1873-6.
sep21d
WANTED" Five thousand hens and
chickens. 10.000 bran -baa. Aiso cows.
fat calves, and dressed hogs. Highest
prices paid by Joseph Hockberg, 181
Mam St., Willimantic. Tel. 147-18.
sep21d
WANTED Old false teeth; doesn't
matter if broken; I pay 3 to $1S per
set. send by parcel post and receive
check bv return mail. I Mazer, 2007
S. Fifth St.. Philadelphia, Pa. sepSd
WANTED &ood family horse; must
be safe for lady to drive.
W. S. Case,
1Z9 West Town St.
septlYa
WASTED A maid for general
housework;. Apply at 15 Broad St.
septlTd
WANTED 'A first class experienced
tinsmith. Apply Georire espathy,
Moosup, Conn. seplSd
SPECIAL made boxes. hold four
packs of cigarettes, at 40c up, ready to
mail to the soldier; if you' cannot come
to our store, send us a money order
or stamps, allowing: 5o for mailing;; we
will send what you desire; if you don't
know any soldiers, we do; send ns an
order anyway. Fagnn's Smoke Shop.
sepSd
WANTED A first class barber, at
once Applv to A. T. Richard, 15 Bast
Main St.. .Mystic Ct. aug;28d
WASTED A competent cook. Ap
ply at the home of F. B. Ricketson,
TaftvJUe. - augr21d
WASTED second hand and antique
furniture of all kinds: g-et our prices
before you sell. A. Bruckner, 55 Frank,
lin St. Tel. T17-3. mayld
KNITTING FOR
SOLDIERS
More serious and necessary
work for idle hands.
Young Men and Ladies
Wanted to work on Gauze
Bandages and Absorbent Cot
ton to alleviate the sufferings
of our boys at home and
abroad.
Apply at the VERSAILLES
SANITARY FIBRE MILLS,
Inc.
Machinist Wanted
One to work on lathe and accustomed
to mill work. Apply
VERSAILLES 8ANITARY
FIBRE MILLS, Inc.
WANTED
Girls Over 16 Years of Age
In Light Manufactnrlng Business
EIGHT HOUR DAT
American Thermos Bottle Co.
NORWICH. CONN.
WANTED
A FEEDER FIXER
MUST BE A SOBER MAN
$18.00 Per Week
Address BOX 22 Care of Bulletin
WANTED
A GOOD WATCH DOG.
one that can stand cold weather.
Address Box 444, care Bulletin.
WANTED
TEN MEty FOR GENERAL WORK
Apply to
THE WINCHESTER WOOLEN CO.
Thamesville.
WANTED
Dresser Tender for Night Work
Pay $220 per week for a competent
tan.
Address Box 71 Bulletin Office. '
WANTED
35 Toournakers. 10 AU-ammnl MstMtui
Hands (must be ftrst-claas), 7 General
Housework Girls, 1 Cook, 80 Weavers,
s opinners. 4 "arm Hands. 10 Boys.
FREE EMPLOYMENT BUREAU
ntral Blda. Geo. L. Chesbro. Mar.
FOR SALE
FOB SALE Here is an unusually
fine 70-aore farm, about 25 acres under
cultivation, balance pasture and woodvJ
wood enough to pay for the place; fields
level and well fenced, two trout
brooks; situated three miles from
Canterbury,- Conn., on very high
ground, magnificent view, row large
maples in front of house; 'a delightful
place to spend summer as well as fine
farm; large barn, needs shingling, oi
fashloned lOiroom bouse, with fire
places, needs ehingllng and inside rer
pairs; sold to settle an estate for $1,
500. Write or telephone foT appoint
ment. D. H. Armstrong, Danlelson, Ct.
sep27d '
FOR 9AXEV 56-ecre -farm. 20 acres
under cultivation, 20 acres pasture, 15
acres wood; soil loam and clay; level,
tree from stones easily worked; old
fashioned 10 -room house, 3 fireplaces.
7 finished rooms, nicely paneled and
papered, neat as wax. water in house;
large barn, tie up for 7 cows, 2 horses,
needs shingling, although not in bad
shape; large wood shed, work shop,
wagon house, Z hen houses, etc., 4
cows, 2 heifers, one three years old,
one two-horse cart, 26 hens, 75 chtck
ens, 1 pig, apple orchard. 30' trees,
democrat wagon, buggy, lumber wag
on, tip cart, mowing machine, horse
rake, plow, cultivator, harrows, har
nesses, all small tools that go with a
farm; bay all in barn; there is a large
sized brook runs through place, noted
for its fine trout -fishings located 2 1-2
miles from Moosup. on a splendid road;
price for all $3,100; 11,400 may remain
on mortgage. This is a bargain, a
nice one-man farm, not a cent to lay
out; hay In the barn that has been
produced by some one else's labor. This
Is worth investigating. Lei me show
it to you. Owner expects to go to
war. D. H. Armstrong. Danielson. Ct.
Write or telephone for appointment.
sep27d
DODGE! BROS. TOURING Positively
new with extra tire and tube, traded
for Reo. Price very reasonable. The
Frisbie-McCormick Co, 52 Shetucket
St. sepp27d
FOR S A LK A registered Holsteln
bull. Some of the best blood in the
state; also one Ha Sock potato digger.
cneap. can 1851-1Z. sepzya
FOR SALE Guernsey ' cow ; good
milk for butter. Lawrence Olomeck,
Mohegan Valley Farm. Mohegan.
sep27d
FOR SALE -Moist ein cow; 5 years
old, soon coming In. Maurice Piister,
South . Canterbury, Ct. sep27d
FOR SALE Automobile delivery top
suitable for a Fori. Henry Clark,
Scotland. Phone 298-13. sep27d
FOR SALE An 18-foot motor boat,
all in good shape and has 3-horse-power
motor. First man coming for
ward with $25 owns it. J. H. Miiliganl
uanieison, ct. rei. Z30.
ep27d
FOR SALE Model 82 seven-passenger
Overland; repainted and in- good
mechanical order. Est. M B. Ring.
sep25TuThuS
FOR SALE Model 79, Overland
Roadster; repainted and In good me
chanical order. Est. M. B. Ring.
sep23TuThuS
WEDD1XU 100 engraved announce
ments $7; two envelopes for eacn; each
additional 25 for 75c: 100 engraved
visiting: cards l; samples and correct
forms mailed fi-. Engraving Studio,
5415 Webster St.. fhilaaelphla. Pa.
aug21TuTh
FOR SALE Standing- wood and tim
ber. J. A. Griswold, 159 West Town
8t. sep20 ThuS&Tu
FOR . SALE Three horses; or will
trade them Tor cuws. Fred Darling;,
Pomfret Center, Conn. sep26d
FOR SALE Five passenger Buick
tourins car. 1914 mouel, in good con
dition, ttg jarga;in. 6. Kallenberg,
Columbia, Conn. sep26d
FOB SALE: One-ton Indian truck,
1917 model. Owner called to tactual
military service. Price $30. Terma to
suit purchaser. Can be seen at 174
MontauK Ave., tel. 1246. or write P. O.
Box 393. New London, Ct. sep26d
FOR SALK Ten tons of old hav. J.
C. Leffing-Wdll. Phone 441-12.
sepZbd
FOR SALE Farm of 78 acres with
stock and farming tools. 8 room house
with barn; all in good repair, situated
within 2 miles of 4 different villages,
near schoolhouse. Write Box, 178,
Waureg-an. Ct. sep25d
FOR SALE One, 1916 light six Buick
Roadster; also one 1916 light six
Buick touring car. We will demon
strate the mechanical condition of
these cars anywhere, which is the only
way to demonstrate the merits of
second-hand cars. Prices very low.
Inquire of The Imperial Garage. Chest
nutandWillow Sts. sep25d
FOR SALE: English setter, year old.
black, white and tan male; also Bos
ton terrier, spayed, 1 1-2 years old;
Sood looker; house broken. F. M.
:ingsley. Chestnut Hill, Tel. 11-5 Leb
anon, Conn. sept25d
FOB SALf: Havlna; just moved into
the city, I must sell my horses, one
aired 8 (1200 lbs.); and one aged 9
(1060 lbs.); moyer carriage, harness,
everything very cheap, , at Murphy
Bros. Stable. sep2ud
FOR SALE: Pigs, thoroughbred. O.
I. C. Ludlow Farm. North Stonington.
Phone. 1861-13. sep22d
FOR SALE1 Three good work
horses, harness and wagons; must be
sold. Apply H. Friedberg & Son.
sep22d
FOR SALE Seven-room cottage on
Asnianu near corner of mil street,
Jewett City. Inquire on premises.
sep22d
FOR SALS One extra good young
new mncn Ayrshire cow; also spring-
ers; pnone bb . sevzza
FOR SALE One registered Jersev
bull 15 months old. John Dodd. Nor
wich, Conn. septlid.
FOR SALE: Four work horses. Call
1484 after 6 p. m. sepl3d
FOR SALE: Hav. near Baltic. Tele
phone 2S-6, Lebanon Dlv. sepld
FOR SALE Seven Dasaenjrer touring
car, in fine shape. 1225. R. J. Walker,
Storrs, Conn. Telephone -99-23.
aug30d
75 COWS FOR SALE
JAMES H. HYDE, .
NORTH FRANKLIN
Telephone 30, Lebanon
FOR SALE
Six room cottage with buttery and
one acre of land. Fine location. Cars
pass by door. Outside of city limits.
Will be sold reasonable but must be
disposed of at once. ' '
A. M. AVERY
Tel. 1122-2 52 Broadway
Broadway Property For Sale
AT A SACRIFICE
Beautifully situated In one of the fin.
est residence sections of Norwich.
House has 17 rooms and bath; excep
tionally large -verandas. Well built
stable with space for several motor
cars: ktree lot. Ideal for high grade
rooming house, being close to business
section of city. Owner leaving- Nor
wich will sell at a sacrifice. Further
particulars from
ARCHA W. COIT
Telephone 1334 63 Broadway
Masons' Building Materials
OF ALL KINDS
For Sale by
The Peck-McWilliam Co.
TO RENT
TO ROVTT Furnished suite for light
housekeeping heated; in the Marion
Buii-d-ing. King ttrst or second bells.
ep26d '
TO BBHT Furnished rooms for
light housekeeping. 27 Envision St.
aep24d '
TO RENT
V- rw rri K HAt
-Upper tenement of seven
et tuDS. rj&tn ana
electric
lignts.' Call 343 Franklin St.
aep24d
TO RENT Five room flat with bath,
corner Thames Terrace and Cahoon St.
John H. Gardner. aep24d
TO' RENT A rooming house; 14
rooms, unturnisned; 38 Union St.; steam
heat electric lights, gas, garden, shed,
and fruit trees. Inquire City Lunch,
14 Broadway. sep21d
TO RENT Tenement of 8 rooms;
steam heat and all latest improvements.
61 FairmountSt. sep21d
TO RENT A suite of rooms for light
housekeeping heated; in the Marion
Building. King first or second bells.
TO RENT Furnished rooms; also
rooms tor light housekeeping. 10S
School St. Tel. 1048-3. - aeplld
' TO RENT Centrally located six
room flat, modern improvements. Ap
ply at 122 Broadway. sep7d
TO RENT Furnished rooms for light
housekeeping tt: Washington St.
fnone 2 it. a u g 7 d
TO REN'i? Ba tement tenement at 66
School tit- Inquire at Bulletin Office.
JySOd
FURNISHED Rooms, The Marguerite,
cool, clean, pleasant rooms. No. 3 North
Main St. Jyfd
TO RENT Neatly furnished room;
also room f-r llg-nt housekeeping. Mrs.
May Keiley. 7 North High fat. jeld .
FURNISHED rooms; reasonable
rates, suitable for light housekeeping.
Mrs. Emma Morse.. Is Union St. Jy2id
FOR RENT
Three 6-room Apartments
$20.00 eAph
JAMES L. CASE
37 Shetucket Street
. FOR RENT
House of ten rooms at No. 54 Wash -ton
Street. All conveniences and
Steam Heat.
Inquire of ISAAC S. JONES,
Insurance md Real Estate Argent,
Richa.'ds building, 91 Main Street
SIX ROOM
APARTMENTS
All modern conveniences and faultless
bath equipment. In line residence
section, near school and electrics;
rental $20 per month.
Can sell you a fine new two-family
bouse at an attractive price. -
Exceptionally tine house lots .at reas
onable prices; terms to suit.
The Norwich Housing Co.
ARCH A W. COIT, Agent
Telephone 1334 63 Broadway
Fosp Bent
The bnlltllna: bott occupied by The
Plant-Caddrn Co.. I44-14C Main St.
Inquire of
THE PLAVT-CADDEN CO.
STORE TO RENT
About 20 to 25 feet, st 63 Franklin
Street, suitable for almost any kind of
business, at a reasonable price. In
quire at Bulletin Office.
FOR SALE
FOR SALE
No. ' 70 ' Williams St., splendid
modern borne, tn best residential
section: all conveniences, large
level corner lot; price reasonable
and easy terms If desired.
Inquire of
TH0S. H. BECKLEY
278 Main Street Phones 724
68
FOR SALES.
Cottage Houses, Tenement and Bus!
ness Hi, inks. Buildinhr Lota, all In da
sirable locations. List your property if
you care to sell or renc, as I have a
numDer oi people looning tor real es
tate investments.
WILLIAM F. HILL,
Real Iatate aad Insurance.
Room tits, Tharer Bide
Furnished Seashore
Cottages
For Sale or Kent
at Watch Hill, Weekapauft, Pleasant
View, and along the Rhode Island
shore; also accessible Seashore Farms.
8end for booklet.
FRANK W. COY
WESTERLY. R. I.
FARMS FOR EXCHANGE.
Two excellent farms; can trade either
for city property of equal value; one
37 acres, state road, neat- city, modern
buildings; also 180 acre stock, farm
with tools and equipment, fine build
ings, keeps 60 head. If Interested, write
or telephone
TRTOlf'S AOK3WCY,
JeSOd Willimantic. Ct,
SALE HORSES
I have 20 Horses that I want to
dispose of right away. Nine of them
are big work horses the balance will
weigh from 600 to 1200 lbs. Come and
see them.
ELMER R. PIKRSOir,
Tel. 536-S. mayl4d
LA. PRENTICE
Real Estate and Insurance
TITLES
SEARCHED AND
FACTION GIVEN
SATIS-
Phone 300
86 Cliff Street
WILLIAM YOUNG, R.N.
Massage and General Nursing-. Night J
or dajr calls. 88 Hickory St., Norwich.
POETRY
spurlos vEJasBsnrp.''
"Sink the ship and drown the crew!
Wreck the crowded lifeboats, tool'
Thus your Kaiser orders you.
We have used a base deceit;
And the crime must be eomplete,
Lest they should detect the cheat.
Leave no tongue to tell the tale! '
Child may plead, and woman wall;
Death for you. If you should quail.
Massacre and drown he whole! ,
Let the seas above them roll! .
Drive God's mercy from your soul!
A ribbon for your bottonhole, ,-'
And hell forever be your dole.
(Bertrand Shadwell.
RULES FOR THE ROAD, '
Stand straight:
Step firmly, throw your weight;
The heaven Is higti above your head.
The good gray road is faithful to your
tread.
Be strong:
Sing to your heart a battle song:
Thoutrh hidden foemen lio in wait.
Something is in yo.u that can smile ai
Fate.
f
Press through:
Nothing can harm if von are true.
And when the night comes, rest:
The earth Is friendly as a mother's
breast.
Edwin Mark ham In October Nautilus.
HUMOR OF THE DAY
Capain Have you . changed the
guard yet?
The Newchum Junior No, sir; tha
old guard was doing the Job so well,
sir. I thought I'd let 'em stay on, sir.
Sydney Bulletin.
"Old Stentor isn't speaking to Pcpps
any more."
"Why not?"
"Well Peppa told him the Hillside
course would just suit his game, it had
such a fine echo." Judge.
Dentist (to patient who is opening
his purse) No, don't bother to pay me
In advance.
Patient I'm not. I was only count
ing my money before you gave me
gas. Sioux City Tribune.
Oldboy What's become of the old- .
fashioned girl who used to say "Ask
father?" .,
Newguy She now has a daughter
who says. "Give it more gas, George;
the old man is gaining on us." The
Lamb.
Ye Fair Knitter -Isn't it dreadful!
They say the war may last three years
longer!
Ye Unfair Knocker Possibly that
will give you time to finish one of
those socks you are knitting for the
sojdiers. Life.
Pa At last I've found a way to
make that young scamp of ours stop
winking his eyes.
Ma Really?
Pa Yes. I'll show him the articles
in this science magazine where it says
that every time we wink we give the
eye a bath."
After the battle of Hons, an offlrer
congratulated an Irishman on his con
spicuous bravery under -fire.
'Well. Pat" be said "how did you
feel during the engagement'.'"
"Feel, captain," answered Pat. "I
felt as if ivvery hair on mo head was
a band of music and they were all
playing' 'Home, Sweet Home.'"
The small, cheeky looking little
youngster peeped over the grocer's
counter.
"What can I do for you my little
man?" said the shopman.
"Gi'e me a nickel's worth o' cheese.
said the hoy. "lt'B muvver's blrfday!
"Indeed! And what sort would you
likq. sonny? We have got Roquefort.
Gorgonzo'.a and btillton.
The boy gazed at the cheeses indi
cated and hesitated.
"I really don't know, guvnor!" hn
said. "Start 'em all runnin' 'round
the counter and Til have a nickel's
worth o' the winner!" Exchange.
THE KALEIDOSCOPE
Sydney police have seized the head
quarters of the Industrial Workers of
the World.
Contributions to the Nova Scotia
IlCli BUUICLJ III Ml. quill ici ctiu-
ed on JUly 8 amounted to 8,672 pounds,
and the disbursements to 7 600. On
"France's Day," July 14. over 3,600
pounds was collected in the province.
The high court has unanimously re
versed the decision of the Queensland
supreme court on April 28 granting an
interlocutory injunction against the
taking of the proposed referendum on
the question of the abolition of the
Queensland legislative council.
It is officially denied by the Dutch
foreign minister that Holland is being
pressed by Germany for permission for
U-boats to use the Scheldt. The min
istry adds that Holland will on no con
sideration allow the Scheldt to be uijad
for naval purposes by any belllgerenfT
Herr von Kuhlmann's "calm and
steady manners" mide a good impres
sion during his visit to Vienna, says
the Frankfurter Zeitung, "especially
as, like the imperial chancellor, he in
free from all Chauvinism regarding the
present situation, and is in favor of a
peace by understanding."
Troposed amendments to the com
monwealth Repatriation bill provide
for granting assistance in special cir
cumstances to widows of Australian
soldiers who have served in the war.
British reservists who left Australia to
join their units will also be brought
under the operation of the bill.
As the grain stocks in Argentina
amount to 160 000 tons, which is suffi
cient for the Republic's needs, the min
ister for foreign affairs has Informed
the British minister at Buenos Aires
that it is unnecessary for Great Brit
ain in accordance with the arrange
ment made recently to restore the
corn exported from. Argentina.
Tn reply to an invitation to a confer
ence of the bureau of the International
Union of Catholic Women's Leagues
a Lucerne on September 20, the Eng
lish members of the bureau .have re
plied: "We feel it Impossible for Eng
lish women to meet German women In
friendly intercourse so long as the
cries against religion and humanity
committed at the Instance of the Ger
man government remain unrepented
and unatoned for. . . We cannot
greet German women as sisters in the
faith until there has been expiation
for these wrongs.
HOW" THIS?
We offer One Hundred Dollars re
ward for any case of catarrh that pan
not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Medi
cine. Hall's CataTrh Medicine has been
taken by catarrh sufferers for the pu4
thirty-five years, and has bivome
known as the most -.-"llablft remedy for
cntatrh. Halt's Catarrh .Vtdlclne acts
through the blood on the mucous sur
faces. expellii:g the poison from the
blood anj healing the dlsen xed portions
After ;ou have takn Hall's Catarrh
Mediclnj for a short time you will sea
a creat Improvement in your general
health. Start taking Hall's Catarrh
Medicine at ence and get rid of ca
tarrh. Send for testimonials, free. I
F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo. Ohio. !
Sold by all druggists, 76c. ;

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