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NORWICH, CONN, WEDNESDAY, CjCfTTft, 1917.
What I Going On Tonight
Moving Pictures at the Auditorium.
Moving Pictures at the Breed The
Vaudeville and Photoplays at the
, Davis Theatre. , .
Taddy Long Legs at the Davia The
atre. Norwich Grange, No. 172. P. of H.,
meets In Chamber of Commerce Build
ing'. Thames Council. No. 1851, R. A.,
meets in Foresters" Hall.
Norwich Lodge, No. 12. A. O. IT. W.,
meets in Germania Hall.
The No. 7 Thames Square Barber
shop has been. sold and Mr. James
Abbruzzi is now the owner.
How Old Are You
I By Your Hair?
LOST AND FOUND
JPOiTJrJD (An Kn Brush setter dir
without collar. Owner can have nme
by proving; . property and . paying
Harold" Lockwood in "Under Handi
cap," a Special Eight Act Metro
Wonderplay, Feature for Today and j
Ton may be thirty In years, "but If
you are bald-headed, gray, or your hair
Is dry, "brittle, scraggly ana ugriy iook
(nr n.Anl. will snrplv taka von ito be
many years older. There Is nothing
like rood looking- hair to Bern men
and women to business and social suo-
Dandruff Is the root of most hatr
troirhlsa. Tt clots the scalp pores.
rotyblna- the hair foots of the stimula
tion njif-ii.ro in-tended, then the hair be
comes faded,- dry. brittle. scraggly
looking-, and finally Tails out never to
grow again unless rne nvr root i rax.
medlntalv rmtnred to a healthy condi
tion. At the first sign of dandruff or
any hair trouble, use Parisian sage.
It's a scientific preparation that sup
plies all hair needs there ta nothing
better. It immediately banishes every
trace of dandruff ana supplies -roe
proper nourishment to the starved
roots, stimulating them to grow new
hair, thick and lustrous. A aealp mas
sage with Parisian sage 1s a pure de
light, easy to use. not sticky or gTeasy,
and delicately perfumed an amber
LOST A. small DOckettboolc emtihi.
Ing a sum of money, on West Main St
between Falrmountand Elisabeth Bts!
Finder Will lclnd.lv i return mma tn
Breed Theaitre Ticket Office and receive
a suitatDie reward. . octlOd
LOST Black Jersev eow. s. Tivt
Its. Finder please oall 1892-5. octSd
LOST iA black mare, about una
pounaa. tnoaer piease nouxjr H. B
aunsK, tjotcneater, uona ootid
LOST sntAVKD OR -BTOIJSTr m
cow, B 1-t years old. Kindly notify
Anm uuon, juoHiua uennr, CTOnn.
j , pm r, . oJ I M011M fr fro d&tireroiu lead or sul
ioaayna iimrsuw U'B. m."u Snr rfMuv harmless and (ruaran-
present Harold locltwooa m ine P- Yd not to color or etreak the hair.
cial eight-act Metro wonderplay, Un
der Handicap. This is a real Ijoc it
wood picture, full of bravery, deter
mination and Tesults with the love e?
a fine girl to illuminate It alL It is'
am i -.: .... ,' '1
1 1 - . Jfftl
rt's nre-ferred' bv discriminating women
because it makes the hair soft, atlky,
wavv. easy to arrange, ana appear
heavier than it really is. A large pot
tle is not expensive at any drug store
or toilet counter, but be sure to get
a Iwnvs' o!d with money back guaran
tee, lee t usgooa uo. win supply you.
Hopkins & Allot Arm Company have
positions open for girls and women
in thoir inspecting and manufactur
ing deparments. Experience not neo-
Wo will train you whereby you may
earn vary satisfactory wages. -
Scouts Take Observation Test Mrs.
W. A. Chapped "Sells Real Estate
Shortage in,Apple Crop Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Barber Move to
After three weeks visit in " Provi
dence, Mrs. 'Mary R. Robins and Miss
Florence Robbins returned Monday by
automobile with Mr. and Mrs. Burton
J. Robbins and Mrs. Whittles, of Prov
idence. All are visiting at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Kinney on Town
One who lias some Idea of window
trimming and sign writing. .Apply at
W. L. TAYLOR COMPANY
SOc DepertDient Stove.
TTTTTTTT iflt once. two - arlrls. 1
rears or over; steady work; good pay.
wrpemer Aug. jo, . JNewton l.
M'BMWAT pte.no for sale cheap. A.
Clayton, lai River Ave.. City. ' octlOd
fixnoiuBilvcED salesgirl wanted In
cloaks and suits, one who oan speak
trench and do some clerical work pre
ferred: steady position -and good .-pay.
Address Box 14. care Bulletin, ootl Od
FABJI for rent; 60 acres. -room
house, barn, electric lighted; take
vnn , n . , I -'- wuu wi ajiim.
V l.ll. Ml, II llllll I .11 IT! I IJ, I II fllfKRI- 111 I . 1 l J
i. Colchaotor, Conn.
FOB SALE) 60
TO StBWT Cottage hnusa 17 Tnrl
mju Ave. octld
good layers; 40 Rhode Island Reds.
a nr th.rM numii. nt
it irom nopKins at Yuen's, suitaoie
iot nouseKeeping for small family. Ad-
oress jox o, oar Bulletin. octlOd
Stop City bine.
TO RdlT-elx-room tenement e.t No.
xv uarier Ave. inquire on premises,
FOB SiUfr-Cleanup sale of MeU
TO RJaaVT Light
cars; rl5 Mats touring car, starter I room, 43 Union St.. iurnished complete,
and eleotrio light. 1286; 1915 roadster, I oot8d
nujppnn Ti-h 1.1. lliln i Hm me. i 'ttf ZT. L JTf'J.'l I COR RExMT FurnishiMl rnimn with
machine, horisontaT iborlng mill, radial aut "o0 mlleT 3IO;.on r fi' E S-",', " The Plymouth, 44
drill bands. Jones ft Lanvson operator.. Hup touring iar In l-litV. 15 n- LaurelHill Ave. Telephone 786. octSd
" vv., 1 iuu, ui Biaes. UP IO 24 By 4. all TO K.K7VT Pnrnfall.il rnnm- aim
iTsiiyzrzLvzszstfi saKs. pssia. i?s?.'?s no. ?-.fc.tn.fo, Main
iv jjiou HUMiuou, I wu, iiii., aawuiii t. x'none 1,
vucrci w b 7iuna on. nut w Kajauxe no 1 gcuva
trnnKl. TXd.iv, V.AhJn. Twl . I i
pan y, Springfield, Mass. ootlOd I ." Those new beaver to;
ladles', hats 4n all .nlnn 1 IT
WAHTBD 'Tounr man for clerical I tt- at Tha hmv rv. iri
... ' r " - --m- 1 ... w uu ivD ivi e. norwicn
TO Rjuht Five'-room flat on Maple
01., cneap 10 rignt party, mrs. Kings
ley. x'none oo-l. OCtXa
West Side Silk Mill.
WASTED A young- man for delivery
at the Broadway
WANTED A horseshoer: one who
can work on the floor. x. c Juane.
WANTED Maid for general house
work. Apply 27 Lincoln Ave. - octlOd
WB3 ' BUY and sell tools, furniture.
stamps, false teeth, antiques or any
thing eise: 01a Dooics especially want
ea. write or wiih muis 1. nu ei
water sc. muHMWB
WANTED Worn en who know values
to see how reasonable they oan buy
coats dresses, sweaters and millinery
at -rne Jr-asniK Jo., opposite wool
worth's 6 and 10c store. Norwich.
WANTED Men. Women. Thousands
government war positions open. S100
montn. juxaminations evervwnere. uist
free. Franklin Institute. Sept. 87 H, I
jctocnester, n. 1.
up-oo-oate fall modal coat
.7 and 111.87: save S and til
your new ooac at -r-h. pa n 1 u rvi m.
Norwich 10c tore.
iTOIt, SA1.IT. .A r.w mwr nt. nr.
t. . Jipiy niverew u. Benjamin,
price u. Address P. O. Box 390. Taf t-
FOB BAUDTWO hrimt Inl .nil 7S
acres, adjoining. 7 miles from Norwich,
! mlies from Preston Plains Station
Vi nonraa ana Westerly trollev:
S3.600 cash. Cull or w-Tt. w atnmm
-n Ti . , . I
j.-j, x. norwicn. uonn. octSd
FOR S A I. .IT-mir ft rnlltnn H.ak
inquire a. u. Mitthem. A2 Aohwc11
1U jurai 'lenement or 9 rooms
steam heat and all latest Improve
roenia. 01 - runnouni Bt. sepzsa
TO RENT - Furnished rooms for
light housekeeping. 37 Division St.
TO R&KT A roomina- house: 14
rooms, unfurnished; 88 Union St.; steam
heat, electric lights, gas. garden, shed.
ana iruic crees. inquire jity juncn,
1 cruauwtty. sepzia
TO RENT Furnished rooms: also
rooms lor light housekeeDins-. 108
School St. Tel. 1048-3. seplld
TO RXINT Furnished rooms for lla-ht
nuunejieeyiDfc. s. wasningion at.
TO BEFi Baiement tenement at SS
sccooi tu inquire at Bulletin Office.
TO RENT Neitlv furnished
also room lor light housekeeping.
FOR BALK Malr Hnui n or ma r I ri 1 y
uia.uoainK, cniropoaist parlors ;
JL Ch4nCft in a. li f 4tlm nnlv nrs In a
WANTED Housekeeper for widower I fJZ ""S,-1"'0"0; 81kns reason
with fa mil v flv 'im. w M f i's- i. n,eiis, vvesier-
May Kelley. 7 North High St.
KUItNISHBD rooms: reasonable
rates: suitable for light housakeeDlnsr.
Airs. Emma Morse, 18 Union St. Jy2ad
WANTED Two girls, over 1; good
pay; Apoiy ueorge a'. Aieuiden s. 24 B
Main St. octSd
another book play. Its author, Jack
son Gregory, has demonstrated that
he knows how to hold the attention
and in the photodrama made from the
novel Harold Lockwood and Fred
Balshofer, who have adopted it, show
their ability to take that story and
put-it on the screen in terms of good,
red-blooded action. Under Handicap
is a story of New Tork and the desert,
principally the desert. The Burton
Holmes travelogue will be shown and
a very funny Black Diamond comedy
completes the bill.
Motored to Worcester.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Skinner arid
son, ifirie skinner, of Peck's corner
and Mr. and Mrs. Erie Mitchell and
I daughters. Nancy and Alice, of Frank
lin motored to Worcester, Mass., this
week to visit Mrs. George Crabbe and
Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell s children, Ar
chibald and -Ruth, who are taking a
course of study in Worcester.
Scouts Take Test.
Two members of Troop Xo. B, Boy
Scouts, took the observation test Mon
day on the way to becoming second
Mrs. W. A. Chappell bas sold the
house at - 91 West Town street, where
she resides, to Charles Ames.
Girto VJ anted
Clean Work Good Pay
The Turner & Stanton Co.
251 Broad Street
THREE OR FOUR. MEN FOR
HAMMOND PROCESS COMPANY
Shipping Street, Thamesville
WANTED An experienced nurse
maid; references required. Apply to
Mrs. Eld ward w. . Perkins. 1 Sachem
Terrace, Norwich. Tel. 1233. oct9d
Her Condoned Sin, With An All-Star
Cast Including Blanche Sweet, Mas!
Marsh, Robert -Harron, Dorothy
Gish. H. B. Walthall and Lillian Gish
Feature Today and Thursday at the
Auditorium Other Features. '
D. W. Griftth's massive production
of Her Condoned Sin, with an all-star
erst, including Mae Marsh, Dorothy
Gish, Blanche Sweet, H. B. Walthall,
Rotfert Harron and Lillian Gish, will
he the feature photoplay today and
Thursday at the Auditorium.
If you were a woman, and had it in
your power to save your country from
the invader, would you hesitate if, in
trie execution of your plan, you fell in
love with the leader of the hostile
army? Between love of country and
your own desires, which would you
choose If you were a woman? Se
Her Condoned Bin.
Shorty Hamilton In a western com
edy and other features complete the
programme. Edward Connelly, who
made a big hit the first of the week.
will change his programme of songs
today. Coming next week,
Farnum in The Spy.
Apple Crop Short.
In spite of spraying and all possible
care, the apple crop in this vicinity
will not yield fair returns.
Mrs. C. H. Barrows of Town street
spent Monday with friends in Willl-mantic.
Dye house and picker room help
also men in finishing room; good pay
and steady work.
GLE. WOOLEN MILL.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Barber have
moved from Lafayette street to
Mr. and Mrs. David S. Merritt were
guests Tuesday of Mrs. George Peck at
her home on Plain Hill.
1 15 Toolmakers, 10 all-around Machin
ists, 60 Weavers, 10 Spinners. 12 Gen
Sral Housework Women, 2 Second
Girls, 15 Laborers, 2 Milkers, 2 Cooks
(women), 10 Girls, 16 to 17 years of
FREE EMPLOYMENT BUREAU
Geo. I Chesbro, Mgr.
Miss Margaret Ewlng of Elm ave
nue was in Merrow over the week end
to visit Miss Maud Eiler.
DADDY LONG LEGS
At the Davis Theatre Tonight.
, Everyone who has read Jean Web
ster's fascinating stary, Dady Long
tegs, will welcome the announcement
that Henry Miller's production of the
etory in play form has been booked for
an engagement at Davis theatre to
night. This charming comedy, with
Mrs. Teeple of. Brooklyn. X. Y.. is
visiting her daughter, Mrs. Montague
Hutchinson, of bachem road.
Wellington Miner 'and Silas ff-
fingwell of East Great Plain were in 1
Austin I BxtnV Mass., to attend the fair.
Miss Jane Hitchon of West Town
street spent a few days last week with
Miss Meda Phreaner in -South Glaston
'Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Vergason and
friends from Providence were guests
the first of the week at Mr. Vergason's
former borne, 46 Huntington avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. Casslus Pratt and
daughter of Essex and Mrs. Frank
its remarkable blend of tender pathos, I Cone and two children of East Had
wholesome humor and delightful sen
timent, has proved Irresistible to the
atregoers even during the recent peri
od business depression caused by the
European war. The comedy .ran 25
weeKs in vnicago, wnere it created a
new house Tecord at Powers' theatrai
tt has recently ended' an entire year's
engagement at the -Gaiety theatre in
Xew York, where it established itselg
s the reigning hit of recent years on
Diuaunay. jn even more remarkable
eat was placed to the credit of Miss
Webster's stage story when Dady Long
'sa naa a nye weens' run in San
Francisco, notwithstanding the fact
that no other play in the . theatrical
history of the state had been offered
at the $2 scale of prices for a period
of time greater than three weeks. Tlie
stage story is told in four acts and the
settings provided by Henry filler are
remarkable for their realism and-elaborateness.
Regular matinee of pictures at 2.15.
George M. Cohan in Seven Keys to
Baldpate and Louise Glaum in idola
ters, two euperfeature productions.
dam were guests during the week end
of Mrs. Wellington Miner of East
Guests the first of the week of Mrs.
Mary Webb of Town street were Mr.
and Mrs. . Courtland E. Webb, Miss
Jessie Woodward and Mrs. Everett
Gray, all of Webster, Mass., and Mrs.
L. J. Standieh of New London.
The residence of the late Dr. P.
Harriman, 314 Main St.. having an es
tablished p-hysician's office in it makes
it a very attractive investment, being
so desirably lo&ated. etc.x For fuller
particulars, inqu-ire of
JOHN A. MOHAN.
Real Estate Brother.
Kranltlln Square. Norwich.
A FEW FRESH COWS
- D. M. and O. S. Peck .
WANTED Two steamfltters; good
pay and steady work. Address John
Vetter. 9a Mechanic St., Danlelson,
WANTED All the dressed pork I
can buy; cash market price on dellv-
ery. iei. i4ia, jiiorwic-n. ooteq
WANTED 10.000 hens and chickens:
alsq cattle of all kinds; highest possi
ble prices paid, by Joseph Hochberg,
181 Main St., willimantlc. Tel. 147-13.
WANTED False teeth; we pay as
high at $17.50 per set for 'old false
teeth; no matter if broken; also gold
crowns and bridge work. Mall to Her.
dan False Teeth Specialty. 26 Teunls
St.. Albany, N. 'Y., and receive cash by
return mail. ,
WANTED Girl or woman for gen
eral housework. Apply Mrs. Charles 8.
jonnson, 22s Washington at. oct4a
A MAN told me he walked one mile
for a Cobweb -Corner 3c cigar the other
day; '1 then the fellow didn't throw it
away. Special lot of pipes, amber and
rubber bits, eooa snaoes. vac. at pa
gan's Smoke Shop, Sailors and Soldiers'
Coaling station-. oct4d
WANTED An experienced second
girl. Apply to Mrs. George W. Carroll,
201 Broadway. ootaq
WANTED The Leiox House Is now
open for business. octzd
IrOR SALE One four cvlinlr 17
series . St ude baker touring ear. A-l
condition, been driven less than 4,000
miles; also one four cylinder 1915
Overland touring- car. good tires and
A-l condition. C. S. Peckham, -62 She-
tuci w iMorwicn. tonn. octd
run SAirfD CheaD. Dair of vounar I
wot, norses. weignt 3UU0 pounds. Tel.
wi -rey. octgd
FOR BALE Set of lliano tnnlnz !
toon; reason lor selling, deutness J.
S. Segar, lis Main St.. Westerly. -K. 1.
Six Room Flat $25.00
JAMES L. CASE
37 Shetucket Street
FOR SALES Corner Eleventh and
North Main Sts., a large, briek building
wnn over z,tuu it. noor space, suitable
for factory, shop or storage purposes;
No. 8 Eleventh, two-etory house, 10
rooms and bath, with large, welt light
ed attic, steam heat, electric light and
gas; 556 North Main, story and a halt
house of eight rooms, .with basement
of four rooms and large yard. Inquire
of R. McNeely, 508 Boswell Ave. octud
FOR SALE 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 Derfectlv safe for ladies or
children to feed or care for; raised on
our farm and never owned by any ne
eise. is used to ait Kinds or tain-
work: a very nice driver: and a regu
lar pet. For good home and references
price is very low. No jockeys
peddlers need apply. Call at private
residence. 1204 Main St.. Wlllinianti'.-.
FOR SALE Three heifers, due to
freshen. Price $165 for the three; also
heavy express wagon. $15: and a top
buggy, 115. v. id. Hickey. K. K.--D.
All modern conveniences and faul. 'ess
bath equipment. In fine residence
section, near school and electrics:
rental 520 per month.
Can sell you a fine new two-famliv
i i.uuse at an attractive price.
Exceptionally fine house lots at reas
onaLio prices; terms to suit.
The Norwich Housing Co.
ARCHA W. COIT. Agent .
Telephone 1334 63 Broadway
The building: now occupied by The
Plant-Cndden Co.. 144-14C Main St.
THE PLAUT-CADDES CO.
WANTED Girls 16 years of age; to
learn quilling: West Side Silk Mill.
sep29d . - "v
WANTED A first class experienced
WANTED A competent cook.
home of F.
ply at the
wmsted Second hand and antique
furniture of all kinds: get our prices
be'iire you sell. A. Bruckner. 65 Frank
lin St. Tel. 717-3. may Id
PLAINFIELD ELECTRIC. LIGHT CO,
YOUNG MEN FOR OUR DRAUGHT
NG DEPARTMENT TO WORK AS
TRACERS. Necessary to have had
training along these lines.
Apply HOPKINS & ALLEN ARMS
CO. EMPLOYMENT DEPARTMENT,
FARJW FOR EXCHANGE,
Two excellent farms; can trade either
for city property of equal value; one
27 acres, state road, near city, modern
buildings: also 180 acre stock farm
llV-UVLirMl AMU IKUMINU tilh?.- n M' " ""erested. wri
JeSOd Willimantlc. Ct.
TO SELL VANILLA FLAVORING
after school hours and Saturdays.
Send $1.00 for eight (8) bottles that j
retail for 25 cents each. Send post
card for free sample oottle. WAKE
FIELD EXTRACT CO, SanbornviUe,
FOR SALE A registered Holstein
bull. Some of the best blood in the
state: also one-Hallock potato digger.
uneap. uan I80I-J2. sepzid
FOR SALE Guernsey cow: good
milk for butter. Lav.-ence Oiorneck.
Mohegan Valley' Farm. Alohegan.
FOR SALE Three horses: or will
trade them or cows. Fred Darling,
Pomfret Center, Conn. sep26d
FOR SALE Pigs, thoroughbred. O.
I. C. Ludlow Farni, Nvrth Stonington.
Phone. 1881-18. sep2Zd
FOR SALE Four work horses. Call
1484 after 6 p. m. sepl3d
FOR SALE Seven oassenger touring
car. in nre snape. :22a. ti. J. vvaine:.
Storrs, Conn. Telephone ji9-23.
CARLOAD JUST ARRIVED
TUESDAY, OCT. 9
FRED W. HOXIE, Tel. 62 Lebanon
COWS FOR SALE
, Carload Just Arrived
JAMES H. HYDE
TELEPHONE 30, LEBANON, CONN
STORE TO RENT
About 20 to 25. feet, at 63 Franklin
street, suitable for almost any kind of
business, at a reasonable price. In.
r.Lrro at Bulletin Office.
An elegant Farm of 140 acres, land
well divided, sufficient wood, water,
two orchards, two houses in good
repair, barn to tie up 30 head stock,
several other buildings, located
near two stations and trolley line
and on state road near village. Rea
sons for selling.
FRANCIS D. DONOHUE
AJT APPEAL TO HOCSHWlTEJ,
Housewives, save, save every oroot;
Its save you will, and save you mud
For we're short of bread and w'n
short of meat,
We're short of all that -we need to eat,
But isn't It queer? Oh, Isn't it queeH
That we're short or bread' and long o
Housewives, save, save every orti-mb,
Save every peach, save every plum;
For we're short of corn, and we'ra
short of wheat.
We re short of all that wo kmA n
But Isn't It queer? Oh, isn't It queer'
xnac we re short or bread and long 01
Housewives, save, 'tis your country!
Serve the potatoes, skin and all.
For we're short of sour and we're shorl
We're short of all that we need to M.ti
But Isn't it queer? Oh, Isn't It queer
That we're short of bread and long 01
W. W. Anderson.
A LLEG IAJfCB.
Must be accounted "her TMtteTttlftl fn
Though he be native or of alien race.
Who In a crisis labors to efface
The force of acts that from net
chieftain flow, "
Deals to the nation's heart a das
And courts the traitor's badge of black
Supreme and absolute.' the people's
Through Its exalted magistrate pro
claims The nation's mighty destiny, and
To hearts courageous that, responding,
With loyalty and love: their answer
The craven who. In trepidation,
Tjouls M. Grlce.
HUMOR OF THE DAY
DONE VERY PROMPTLY AND AT
A. D. LATHROP
FRUIT GROWERS' MEETING
$1.25 To New York $1.25
To Be Held in February at Hartford
. Plan to Exploit Connecticut Fruit
Fruit growing in Connecticut and
methods of making It more popular
will be the subjects for discussion by
the Connecticut iPomologfcal society
when It has its three days' session on
Keb. 6, 7 and S, in FodtGuard hall,
Hartford. George W. Staoles of West
r'artrord is president and H. C. C.
ililes secretary of the society. At
least 1,000 from all parts of the state
"We want to advertise our fruit,"
said Mr. Staples yesterday, "and get
the consumers to realize that there
are no better apples, peaches, pears,
etc., grown anywhere in the country
tlian in New England. We want the
growers to be educated as to which
are the very best varieties for him to
trow and market and then ho will
:-nV grow these varieties. By cutting
out the no-good varieties the grower
will be ' conceUrating his ' efforts and
ot course get irmoii better results.
There aie for example, considerably
over 100 varieties of apples now
grown in Connection and there
should not be over forty.
"It is our plan to educate the peo
ple so that they will use our - own
home grown fruit instead of getting
so much from the tropical sections of
CASTOR I A
TO NEW YORK
FREIGHT AND PAS-ENOR
NORWICH' AND NEW YORK 1
From Norwich Tuesdays. .Thurs
day, Sundays at t p. m, i
ftvw Tork. - Brooklyn Bridge,
Im . East River, foot Riaastvalt
I. Streets Mondays! Wednesdays. Frf J
W - . II II . s
Cays at- p. in. auwun vra. mu,j
1.26 F. V. KNOUSEvAgent tttSS-f
R,(-1ATE To The West
To CHICAGO, THE PACIFIC COAST,
and all Western Points.
ThrougH Observation-Library Loung
ing' and Drawing Room Sleopera and.
Dly Coaches from NewJTork and Buf
falo to Ohicago.
Inviting Dining Car Service, --Ia-?art8
morning and evening meals, ranging in
price from We op, with TaWe" Wfetg
Noon Luncheon at 75c.
Before arranging your Western Trip,
L. P. BURGESS, New Eng. Pass. Agfc,
294 Washington St., Boston, Mass.
What SI 000
A seven room cottage in good repair,
barn 24 x 30; crib, 12 x 16; hennery,
8 x 12; wood shed and wagon house.
1 horse, a few hons, lumber wagon, all
farming tools, all crop, including ev
erything for tho garden. FIFTY
ACRES OF LAND.jSeveral acres till
able, abundance of wood and some
fruit- Immediate possession. Investi
gate. Sand for Wilcox's Farm Bulle
tin. .Choice of 400.
WILLIAM A. WILCOX
Westerly. R. 1. Tel. 2365
A very choice -Seven Room Cottage on
Williams Street with modern Improve
ment. Price reasonable. . Will makn
some ono a, voir desirable bom nvr
further particulars inquire of JOHN A.
MORAN, Real Estate Broker, Franklin
WILLIAM C YOUNG-
. jSTKTSON & YOUNG
CARPENTER and BUILDER
Scst work and materials at right
prices by SSSnedTasor.
Telephone. SO West Main St.
Iness before the public, mere is no I
medium better .than through the ad- I
vertisins columns at The Bulletin.
Young Man for Office Work.
SWIFT & CO.
Dye house and picker room help;
also men in finishing room; good pay
and steady work.
GLEV WOOLEN MILL..
The finest, brightest, most
up-to-date Woolen Mill in New
England, has openings for girls
of 1(J years and over in all de
partments Carding, Weav
ing, Winding, Etc Sanitary
surroundings, sunlight on all
sides. Pleasant work, good
pay, and excellent prospects
Norwich Woolen Mills
the Piano TnnerJ
122 Prospect St
Phone 511 '
Six rooms and all modern
JAMES L. CASE,
. 37 SHETUCKET STREET
DO YOU KNOW
that you could buy the Annie E, Lano
property on Perkins Avenue?
No better place for a home
E. A. PRENTICE
Phone 300 86 Cliff Street
Cjttage Houses, Tenement and Busi
ness Blocks, Buildlna." .Lota, all In de
sirable lecationa lAnt your property if
yuti care to sell or renc, as I have a
number of people looking for real es
WILLIAM F". HILL,
Heal Kstato astd Insurance.
Ilooni AOS. -Tbayer Blds
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; large lot. Ideal for high grade
rooming house, being close to business
section of city. Owner leaving Nor
wich will sell at a sacrifice. Further
ARCHA W. COIT
Telephone 1334 63 Broadway
Corcoran Homestead, 102 Tal
man street, eight rooms and
barn or garago. Frontage of
about 800 foot, extending to the
river, two building; lots, fruit
trees and vines in abundance.
Qood, reason for.' selling. Price
TH0S. H. BECKLEY
278 MAIN STHRET
Telephone 724 and 08
THEMH Is no aAvarttaina? medium In
Eastern Connecticut vquai to The Bul
letin tor business result.
For Sale or Dent
at Watch Hill, Weekapaug.. Pleasant
View, and along the Rhode Island
shore;. also accessible Seashore Farms.
Send for booklet.
FRANK W. COY
WESTERLY. R. I. .....
I have 20 Horses that I want to
dispose of right away. Nino of them
are big work horses the balance will
weigh from iOO to 1200 lbs. Come and
ELMEB R. PXERSOJT.
Tel. 636-S. maylsd
He If he marries now, won't he be
"called a coward?
She .Not if he marries her. Judge.
"My wife is making shirts for sol
You're lucky. Mine is making them
for me!" Life.
She What's the meaning of "Giv
ing comfort to the enemy?"
He I think It means ' Paying ali
mony." Cartoons Magazine.
Wife Can you let me have a little
Hub Certainly, my dear. About how
little? Boston Transcript.
'Is Biggins a miser?"
"I shouldn't say that. He's perfectly
liberal with money. But he's terribly
stlny with a basket of coal." Wash
ington Star. .
Patience Tour mother wasn't wear
ing her summer furs today.
Patrice No: she saw in the paper
this morning that a cold spell was due.
"Why Is Senator Flubdub so angry
about this Interview? Does he claim
that he was incorrectly quoted?"
"No, he was correctly quoted, and
that's what hurts."? Kansas City Jour
"You can leat the food . speculators
by raising your own vegetables this
Maybe so, but I doubt it. I never
beat the plumbers -any by trying to
do my own plumbing." Detroit Free
Press. ' '
Little Helen Daddy. I have been
playing like I was mamma.
Dad Is that so What did you do,
Little Helen I bought you a nice
present and had It charged to you.
"Would you be very much annoyed
If I were to kiss you.
Annoyedl I should be simply furi
ous! Eow dare you suggest such a
thing! If you tried I should never
peak to you again, and, besides, it s
much too publla here!" The Passing
Papa -n-hen you are a diplomat you
try to make the other fellow believe
everythlnGT you say, don't you?"
"Not exactly, my son. You try to
make him believe Just the opposite of
what he thinks you really intend to
say, and even then you are lying to
him." London Answers,
The Venezuelan government by law
has prp-'oriljed a standard of purity
Graduates of the Doshlsha. a Con
gregational college In Japan, have con
tributed $150,000 for the endowment of
The phoebe bird is dull gray and
white, big. dark head, dashes for files
from perch tuid returns; loves bridges
and old buildings; its note Is like Its
Husks of rice, mixed with tar and by
hydraulic pressure made Into briq
uettes, are one of the newest substi
tutes for coal. Tills has been tried in
the provinces of Spain which raise
CheraDunU. In Assam. Inala. is de
clared to be the wettest town In the
world. Is average rainfall 18 600
Inches, or B0 feet a year, which Is near
ly a foot a week. The rainfall is al
Masons' Building Materials
OF ALL. KINDS
For Sale by
The Peck-McWilliams Co.
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 onee.
A. M. AVERY
Tel. 1122-2 52 Broadway
Whltestone Cigars will be $3.90 a 100
from Oct. 1st, 1917. $Z for a box of 60.
Same-- rate per thousand.
J. K. CONA3TT.
It BTeaa-Hi St.
A copy of the original edition of
Dicken's Pickwick, once In the library
of Captain R. J. II. Douglas and sold ;
from the collection of S. H. Austin, of
Philadelphia, brought $4,600 in an auc
tion room recently
The blue Jay, a little bigger than a
robm, is unmistakable. The kinglets
are tiny, olive gray and dull 'white
fancy caps; the golden, crowned yellow
and black striped; the ruby crowned
The nicker is unmistakable, a wood
pecker, fancifully dressed In golden,
yellow, brown, black spots and cres
cent on breast; red on back and head.
Almost as large as a pigeon. It aUffhta
on the ground and calls lightly.
If all the seeds of any one sort of
plant were allowed to grow they would
soon ' cover the earth to the exclusion
of all else. A single orchid plant pro
duced more than 10,000,000 seeds In a
season and many common plants, as
the foxglove, very nearly equal this
WORTH THEIR WEIGHT IX GOLD.
No man can do his best when suffer
ing from backache, rheuraatlo pains,
uwollen Joints, sore msucles or other
symptoms of kidney tronbls. B. H.
Stone, $40 N. Zd St.. Reading, Pa.,
writes: "I contracted a most severe
case of kidney trouble. I gradually
grew worse and for months was un
able to attend to business. I began to
use Foley Kidney Pills and soon found
the pains wer igone and have had nn
aohes since. They have been worth
their weight In gold to me." Lee &
Osgood Co. i
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