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PARTLY CLCUDY TODAY; FAIR
TOMORROW WARMER
FULL ASSOCIATED
, PRESS DESPATCHES
NORWICH, CONN- MONDAY, MAY 26, 1919.
; Vviict i Going On tonight
' Vaudeville and Motion Pictures at
th- A;ntilor!iir.i. , '
Motion Pictures at Creed Theatre.
Vaudeville and
Davis Tin aire.
Motion Pictures at
and repairs are- being planned- at the
state prison; The state has; ; also ' acf
quired five parcels -of land . adjoining
the prison property, to the east, com
prising tv.'elve .acre's. . The legislature
WANTED
Six Cent a Line of . Six. TTords.
TOR SALE
Six Cents a Line of Six Word.
WASTB1) A man to 'do cleaning
- UL OUNCEMENTS
Erred Theatre.'
ilrs. Chnriic efca.ilin, the beautiful
scree i b:;i. .ii: will be remembered
lor her vvoi k .in The Prico of a llocd
lime, ho.- liubl'anda Only, will be seen
at ihe li.eed t leatre today anl
Tuesday in the Lois V eber production.
Uorrowcd Clothe. This thrilling, six,
reel feature tella an interesting story
of a girl who soupht rhelter in ahouse
ot glass. 1; you like a big dramatic
love story, rkli with thrills and ro
mance, with the ino:t taiked about ac
tress in the country in the title role
then see Borrowed Clothes. It is a
treat from start to finish. - '
A roaring two-part Sunshine, com
edy entitled -Money Talks, will keep
you laughing for 30 minutes and th
Pathe Xewtf with up-to-the-minute
news topics will complote the bill for
today and Tuesday. '
FOR-
has appropriated $50.0- for repairs, nights'. Apply at the Wauregan House. V?'- n good running
and J50.0G9 for more land, This land I may36d ; '" ' . ;-. -' , f r cr"n good runnlr
iu ue suiuiy '.. ia .-. fcas uyjj tig . , pur- j WAXT
Edward IV.!l"niryi
is- to be solely ... lor., gardening . pur
poses. s '- o
Middletown Sergeaht d"w
O'Erien, Jr, . recently of tho , ..'.Ninth ,
Marines, lias returned from service in t
l.lay ti. and is visiting hir. parents m
the Arrigoni hotel. Mrs. O'Bnien,; Jr.,
arrived here last week from Galveston;
Texas. Mr. and Mrs. O'Brien will
make Middletown their home. " ' Mr.
O'Brien, is an -architect. :.
SALE-One Chalmers . touring
hg condition, tires
one Gorbin tour-
in? nri1tn Kti-v irnnA
WAXIEO Woman for general tes, power pump, price very low: one
rK ona farm: light work ; no i e&ny new cream separator, for half
wages J5 . weekly. Address rlce of a new one. Alfred Oden. Mans.
1 arm, Bulletin. may26d , i.eld Center. Conn. . may2d ,
LADIES Add $1! to $18 weeky tol FOR SALE or will let out for keen-
3- -hi-. income; splendid home business Jig until Sept. 10th, our family horse;
j aking Bozart bead portieres: learn in has never been away from- our place
hour; write today for particulars. Art- ever tiilght and we are going away for
a.t. Box 800, Das, Brooklyn, fs. X. - the summer months and would like
may2a . . very -,much to find a nice home for ,our
l- eilr oiu J351- iionse; no. nicer norse
PAUPER LAW UNDER
STATE TREASURER wasted Man to
Tt-jL r ,1 iVi -Marie. . at Alexander
to the care of state paupers by Cover- )uth Thames fat., orwfch. may 2
'iiTEP Nursing by hour,
n.gm llowink, raking hay. and a weet driv
iL kZvZV 'A,; 8ne"' furvTl"S horse; any old person can drive or
. i..., w."-. r - -t-ar tnr him ir
FOR: SALE
Six Cents a Line of Six "VVurdn.
FOR SALE Paige, 1917. S-cylinder
touring car, in excellent condition, al
ways privately owned, good tires, good
paint, splendid running condition, low
mileage; the price is $950. and that
means a real bargain. Joseph Bodo,
Carter St., Danielson. Tel. maylod
TO RENT
Six Cents a Line of Six Words.
TO LET Three nicely furnished
rooms, good . neighborhood, siet gas
range, running water. 24 Mountain
Ave. - - may24d
TO -RENT Tenement,
Apply 77 Seventh St.
six . rooms.
may24d
improvements, two furnaces, hardwood
floors, baths and electric lights. Er
nest R. Warren. Danielson, Conn.
FOR SALU -Wood In stove lengths,
4 per cord, C. O. D. G. A. Buliard.
Tel. 1076-4. may8d
fOR SAI FV A fine - 7-nasseneer
v-are for him; is awful Drettv andiBuick ear in Derfect condition, all Eood
care for boat Hund; price low for good home; alsoltires, newly painted, a real bargain at
Maiewski'sw 216 f handsome harness; no horse traders I $1,000 ; must be sold at . once. Inquire
64.' r.eed. come. bee. lady at house, 1204 oi The flaut-Cadden Co., ivorwicn.
r a n Sit Wi mant c fnnrt mivIC
nor Holcom'o late Wednesdav afternoon EH SAI.K Chevrolet 8-cylinder . . ,
the administration-of the state pauper toiSring car, run about 300 miles; rea-' FOR SALB-As I am going out of
law is transferred from the oomntrofler for selling, settling estate. Phone business,, must sell at- a great , sacrifice
toti-tniu2- -Can b Seen at C; H. Phillips', r y handsome dapple gray 7 year ' old
. .u , f. ... ,,r Versailles. may26d horse; he isssound, . weighs 1240, short-
izes the latter to. appoint an official to. ' - 'lagged very nice driver will pull two
take care of th work of administra-' WAXTEO Pupils fotvprivate dancing tJn, and can walk five miles an hour;
tion under the supervision of the treas- lsssons, given daily, Cliambcr of Com- (ot,t me J240 eleven months ago, will
urer The salary of tho position is merce Hall. Phone 1'47. Bv-ening Feo now (or $145. a bargain for $225,
S'OOO a vear Position is (1sses every Monday aa Thursday 8 t) go on aifarm; afso buiiness harness
FOR SALE-Two kenement' house onVT?-Fu."is.h,ed ;?.s IV
-Revnnlrls St rianifflson: all modern i "" " f'"6, V " i' .
TO RESTT Rooms and board.
by the day or week. 248 Main St.
mayzid
Tbe treasurer . will, also have charge
French Tenor, at Auditorium,
An exceptionally fine programme is
billed for the first half of this week
at the Auditorium. The big feature
! entitled Wives of Men, starring
that great actress, Florence Reed. For
over two weeks, both f aternoon anl
evening, the big Casino theatre, on
Broadway, New York city, was. filled
to capacity when Wives of Men wa5
being shown there. This bis - seven
part special feature is one . of the
screen's most dramatic stories. It
contains enough thrills and startling
situations to make a half dozen fcf the
oo-cal:ed programme features. From
the time of the astounding revelations
brought out at the wedding in the first
reel until th surprise ending in - the Kor , 0(,mi,v:str!,fi ' f t w
seventh part the interest never lags vori" . thBt th. ,,hanee in the biU i -'-T-aphy
lor a moment. It is one of the great-! . ,. ', ,j v.j t otnee
p. m. N. H, Levy. Inst. may26MThS find my heavy butcher cart. Don't miss
it rnames bt. mayZBd
no
30
may2Sd
of the administration of the widows'; "WASTED Competent chef at JJan-'""
nonston hill nrt"th iHru him Mson Inn. Apply in person, U M. FOR SALS Two horses: have
power to appoint a subordinate te at- Michael. Prop. J mayjsa lfurther use for them; use an auto.
tend to the details of the work at a'" paistBH Good all round, wishes , LOWn &t-
salary of $3,C00' a year. There was at tainting and papering Jobs. Zachno- FOR SALE One extra nice black
one time an understanding that this- itz- 153 West Main St. Phone all. 1 1 ony,-weight about 600 pounds, price
law would be administered bv the! may23d . . IJ100 for quick sale. Mrs. Bmasa M.
comptroller, but it was afterward de-l W4KTRD Woman- cook for small iIialne;-f- . 1.' Norwich, Conn,
CIded to dad the administration of the ountry hotel; good wages. Apply at
law to the duties of the treasurer. 'Vinjham Inn. Tel. oo-4 WillimanDci
Div.
In connection with this- change there
has been a rumor to the effect that! i.ow pricii farm
before the law was passed Comptroller ? oking for a farm costing between
Webster had made a nromise" to an- 1 1.0,00 and $2,500. Do not object to go-
point pr, William I Higgins.of Gov- Conn
may26d .
ROR . S4l.P i7-.,oi.0 farm! in . T i eXnr,,
""'r" urge House ; and barn. Herman E.
wanted. I am' lfis4. Versailles, Conn.: Tel. .142-3.
entry, who was . the house chairman of
the committee on public health andj
may23d
WASTED
wn bic
'ED A messenger boy, must tlir of , heavy .horses; no use for' them,
cycler good chance to learn w. Spicer. South Windham, Conn,
hy. Apply at AVestern Tmion ; j none 1T3.2. may24d
may26d .
FOR SALE Seasoned hard wood all
sizes, delivered to ail parts, of the city.
Harry B. Ford. Phone 782. noviia
FOR SALE Cheap, if sold at once.
i . " s one oi me greac- took piace afterwards. This forenoon
! 1l.,lu" "ave. fjer.l"?,rn,leu- Comptroller Webster contradicted
may23d
the
' ' vmp: nlpHaant work:
-jjr. iiiggins never asxea me lor uie --,,,.. onen. Franklin
ion which
Me ives of Jlen at the Auditorium
thpatre today. As an extra attraction
the first half of this week Manager ,'D0sition. xhe pnly applicati
uonne iv is iroine: 10 c vb ai Aorw en : .
----- -r . - . . , x receivea was irom xmji. -jaioTi, .net
lovers of good singing, an opportunity 1 oaM tnlrl rv,tnnei ii!atnn that I ooniri
to hear an artist with an exceptionally- fhi,. f -mlirl-. tho r0-:tinn tn'' WANTED-
anyone- until the bill had become
I . S. GOVERNMENT wants help:! Jst arrived. James -H. Hyde, North
men-women. o.o ur mei, i,vw- j-ranklm.
may24d
Institute, Dept.
mayWSMWF
write immediate
open.
32P, P.ochester,
Telephone Lebanon, Conn,
fine tenor voice. Mr. Chantereou, the
famous French operatic tenor, will
ing in French and Knslish; Hear the
beautiful Aria from Mignon, The
Marseill'iise and songs of his own j
composition. There will be other
fhort film subjects on today's pro
gramme. Nothing cheap " but the
price.
Card grinders, card strip
i.prs and iwistr tender, at once. AO
i E-of-r, m m tho, i" --.;-- ormicK mower
.ew ionaon. - . mjm
J. Henry KoraDacK was in iavor u nis. - :
FOR. SALE One new two-row I. H.
C. corn planter, 1 Worcester Buckeye
i lower, 1 Cioverleaf spreader. 1 Rod-f-iek
Lean two-horse cultivator. 1 fer-
1 lizer and lime distributor," 1 new Mc-
1 new I. H. C; spread
er. James H. Hvde. North Franklin.
re.'tjnn. Telephone Lebanon. may24d
The Birth of a Nation at the Davis
Theatre Today. '
Beginning today and running for
three days there will be. thrown on the
semen at the Davis theatre one of the
most rnniurkable photoplays in the
world, T). W. Griffith's master pic
ture. 'The Birth of a Nation." This
pictrre has been show in the majori
ty of th- cities from coast to coast
nd at price lhat are ordinarily
charged for seats to high clas dra
matic productions or stclla musical
coredv con-panics and has drawn
pnekej houses constantly. A person
who hns never seen this thrilling story
of our own country cannot bein to
rfa'i::i" what a wonderful thing it is.
Th" art ion marts i.i the south just
before war times and carries us
STEAMER CAPE COD
Whitehall Transportation Co Inc.
Leaves New York. Pier 43. North
River. 'M4ndys. "Wednesdays. and Fri
days, at 5 p. m.; ,Norw!ch' ''Tuesday.
Thursdays and Sundays at 6 p. m.;
New London 1 p. m,
Passenger rates between Norwich
and New Tork. $2.50.
Staterooms, all outside, $1.10. inf
cludlrg war tax.
V. n. KNOtSC. Asent
Conn.
apr2d
$500.00 for a good Cadillac car with
truck body and cab, in fine mechanical
order, new cord tires on rear and good
iront tires: this is u fine opportunity
for anyone who needs a good speed
car; good self starting system ana
electric .lights. ...The Plaut-Cadden Co.,
Norwich, Conn. ... apr28d
' FOR SALE slab wood, $8 per cord;
1-2 cord same rate, cut in stove
lengths, the kind that suits. C. S.
Brown. Tantic. Phone 1099-2. apr23d
FOR SALE! One Reo . 7 passenger
touring car. ( cylinder, looks like new;
1 Maxwell, 1917; sale cheap if taken
this week. Phone 1219. 14 Cliff St.
apr9d
. FOR SALE-7-High grade used cars
and trucks of all. makes. Phone 1413
or. 72o Norwich. , aprlld
FOR SALE Two-horse team waKon,
timber gear, single dump cart. .Concord
wagon, lop Dtiggy, aouDle dump cart,
double and single harness. John Dodd,
22 Boswcll Ave. . aprlld
may24d
POETRY
INTERDEPENDENCE.
FOR RENT Lisrht
rooms at 43 Union St.
may23d
I am John Smith, who could not under ,
stand
How that my handiwork is use to Hin
Who Is all-potent, perfect and all-wist
And even the while I looked upon mj
hand, .
.Chief of His marvelous mechanism, dia
And hidden from the knowledge of oui
eyes,
A tiny cell within my finger spake:
"I am John Smith. I am thv verv sl
housekeeping And all I do, thou doest, for thou an
Call evenings. me!" ,
"TVi a t - - - t - - - j
either Ka.j . .
FOR RENT Furnished room, with
use of kitchen if desired. Phone 769-12.
mayJWFM
TO RENT From June 1st. one of
the finest apartments in this city;
steam heat and janitor service. Ad
dress S. B., Bulletin Office. may9d
TO RENT Furnished room for light
Speaking with deference to the tini
elf:
"John Smith, thou one of many celli
that mike
The mystery of the being that Is n
See that thou dost thy part righl
worthily.
And bring all honor to myself and thee!
1 mend me of a pain felt yesterday,
Deep in my finger tip wert tho
astray?
Nor will- I place my finger In the fire,
housekeeping at 27 Division St. may9d ' " n5 st thor JoS
TO RENT Rooml with board, three ' Smith, expire!1'
minutes- walk irom mariin-tocKweii s. , . . fV,. .,,. i.v
Dinners a specialty.
marso
STORAGE Household goods stored
for long or short term; rates reason
able. Fanning Studio, 62 Broadway.
jeid
TO RENT Fcrnlchsd roojii: also
rooms for light housekeeping, lei
School 8:. Tel. 1041-3. seplld
FOR SALE An extra good farm
horse. O. S. Peck, Plain Hill Farm.
Norwich Town. Phone 463-14. aprlOd
FOR SALE Saxon auto, four new
tires, motor in first class order. Tele
phone Willimantis Div. 197-3.."
maylOd
FARMS for uie. Write for catalogue.
F. I. Racine. Danielson. Ctinn. seplM
$75 .CO will buy a $120 Phonograph,
1919 model, upright mahogany cabinet.
Terms $5 down, $1.00 per week.
THE TALKING MACHINE SHOP
TO RENT
TWO FLATS, 7 and 8 rooms each,
with modern improvements; best
location in city for Rooming House.
Inquire
BROOKLYN OUTFITTERS
. n r-i it . 1 STU, . It
io nusweu Ave. Tnat yeils the stars a3 they go flash
ing by.
I cried: "O Thou Eternal One, who are
The whole - of what I am the littlest
part.
As this, my cell, to me to Thee am I!
And seeing thus that I indeed am Thee.
Shall I not help Thee who hath need
. of me?
Thou Immanent, in whom all creaturer
dwell
And live, and move, and have thel'
- being, see -
That we have guidance each Th
s-trlving cell! -Keep
Thou - the covenant,- Immannel,
So we may give all honor unto Thee!"
M. E. Bushier, in the New Tork Sun.
If you want a comfortable
car to ride in call up JOHN
M. PILLAR, 21 Fanning Ave.,
Norwich. Dodge closed serv
ice car. Phone 152-12
. ... . -...i a i .... . . ' i i
t - 7 i . - " irair.. R. Stephenson ijsxpeni. for SAM! An' Overland touring car.
i i'i .j prospect frt. it . m-u t ectric lights and self starter. Apply
, - - . ':-,-,,"; WASTED Farms; .our buyers are n nrasii..pnone 301. may24d
I hamM KlVAl I inp Vaay e. ,if, . -ff 1 F0K SALE Bungalow 15x20, another
iiimuvu jww j ir naiBi nt'f. ' it aiding 10x10, shed, henhouse and an
iUison. conn. , .1. nfinished brooder house, fail at .H
W 4.STED A niericari woman for gen- "J. Hamilton sStable. may21d
jral housework in the country : good FR S.iiu-One'grade Ayrshire cow. !
1 jme: tamily ol . nr:: state ag', gen-milch. John Fielding, Mohegan.i
-al experience.. L. N. Sear.es Po-y fret T , 1SS4-3. may24d
Center, Conn. may24d
: , . FOR SALE D-idge tourins: car in'
WAJiTBH Hoarders . at oiniyon fn rondltion. Oliver n. RnWen. F ist
ford, Conn. , Tel. 318-3 Putnam Div.
mas 24d
Boarders at Simpson's
luncn Room; 21 meals f.:.r J.i in ad
tnc.e; trv our special dinner at 3"ic; we
have got' one of the best cooks in the
tlty; try us. Simpson's. may24d
u-tvTir.n TmTr.e.-liflte'v. an ' experi-
ti.H ,-.n.-.lf anr second maid: eood' FOTl S1.F A v.rv s-i-ntl. hArsA !
N atres pnaranteed. Apply 248 Fr ad- jsars old, good single or double. Mor-
way evenings. may-ia j 3 Cohen, Norwich. Conn.. Box ill. K.
. . " , t mlk.- Phone 39-2 Jewett. City. may23d
FDR S.11E-A motorcycle In fair
condition. Phone 1121-12. may23d
piryp t ,
j , j
1 ii
T ""'''fllllfllinlKIWilllllianiiiniiiiBaaiiniiiiil I
HOWARD B. FOSTER .
Expert Mechanical Engineer
Drawings Furnished for any Machine
If yeu wih your plant to run every
day call on me
44 SHETUCKET STREET
WANTED
WANTED
TWO TEAMSTERS
, Apply to
JOHN H. FORD
ICE DEALER
ar. Tel. 1S6 4-14.
may24d
FOR SALE One good cow
E. Bennett, Plainfield. Conn.
Dr. E.
may23d
horses, 9 and li) ;
pair team harness.
rc.Dtfirnc Tf -rtn xt-anf forltipr
enough to fill your siios. get our Eure-i FOR ' SALE Pair
Va Kerf f:.ih and Leanine seed corn; v.ars. weis-ht SSflf)
guaranteed to grow; also high grade t am wag.,n and dump cart, all good as
fertilizer. Greenevijle Grain Co. Phone raw; also two cows, giving milk. E. IK
32-3. mayUd T.arbox Norwich, Conn.. K. D. 4. Tel.
WANTED - Antique furniture. m7- i? S may23d
rors. cjloied glass, silver, historical! for SAI.K One Presto-Lite tank
china old books, and old letters. a f nd two lights, three lights for auto
Bruckner, 53 Franklin at. Tel. di-3. f lck, 10. Adiiress Presto, care Bulle-
maylbd ;tin. may23d
WASTED Agents to represent us i POR SAI.K Ford touring car in per
selling the Faraday Home Gas-Maker: j ,et condition, new tires. Samuel Mar.
replaces coal or wood; sells easily; , lesseault, ayvi:le (Killingly ). Conn,
good returns. Write Torey Sales mav23d
Agency, 32 Center St.. New Haven, Ct. " ., .
maylod 1 FOB SALE Eight pigs, Chester
- . - ' 'rr "White, 7 weeks old. ready to go. J.
WANTED G:rl for general house- Rie Kortll Frankiin, Conn. may22d
work. Apply, to Mrs. Oswald C. Street,
41 Broad St., Danielson. -TtU 291. 1. BARGAIN 70-acre dairy and chick-
WANTED
m:tyl4d
"WANTED Giflf for skein winding.
Apply West Side Silk Mill. may2d
WANTED In a good location, a fur
nished house for the summer months:
ref?imces. Address A. B. C-. care Bul
la' ui. apr30d
For Sale
41 Bos well Avenue
ATTRACTIVE
RESIDENCE
PROPERTY
James L. Case
37 Shetucket Streat
FOR SALE
FOR SALE
!97 acre farm, good location, mile
station, 7 room house,- large barns and
oytDuudinsrs. nne neias ana pastures.
' beautiful water, 2"0 bearing fruit
; trees, wood and timber enough to pay
I for farm. $2,500. For Exchange: Beau-
titul residence in unmantii-, modern
throughout, can exchange for good
farm or timberianl. Farms of iil kinds
I at low prices. TR TON'S AGENCT, 715
Main w uiimantic. conn, marzza
I FOR SALE
', A well established ice cream and
soda fountain, cigars and cigarettes,
and fruits; ail latest, up-to-date fix
tures, new founiain; located in the
heart of Providence, R. 1., and doing a
good business: can be bought at big
bargain. For full particulars, inquire of
j NATHAN YVrciSI.ER,
i Phone 28-.'. Danielson, Conn.
Horses
18 head of good, young, sound hrrses
that are acclimated and good broken,:
one pair of brown horses, 5 and 6 years
old; one pair of grays, 4 and 5 years
old; pair of bays, 6 and 7 years old;
pair of blacks. 6 and 8 years old; these!
MULE SPINNERS - wanted:
pay, steady work. Moosu Mill3.
apr29d
.i farm: farm contains 1 good horse, 4
od milk cows, 3 heifers, all kinds of
irm implements. 23 tons of ice. there
1 1 800-1.000 cords of wood on the farm,
t 6-rdom house with teleobone and
1 inning water, large oarn, wagon sneo irour pairs ,vfigi, from
t inncii 11 -j u.:r, uu nuiiifto ci 1 1 id b u u
f -ndition ; the place is near the city;
trice only $3,500: the stack and wood is
good i-'orth the price: must- be sold on ac-
tJl SIOMlCfa 111 Lite lflllUlv.,Jail till
Joe Astmann, 2o Center St-, Williman
tlc. Conn. Tel. 740. may22d
FOR SALE
51 DIVISION STREET
Two Tenement Houcr with im
provements, in good condition and
always rented, ideal location. 5
minutes walk from Franklin
Square.
i-RAN CIS D. D0N0HUE
Central Eldg . Phona Norwich
AITOMOBILKS to wash; clean work,
quick service, done rig.it. Phone 771.
74 Thames St., Norwich. apr29d
Lillian. 3isrL,V ''
JXVGRIFFITH'S,
and General Help.
through the stirrlny '.cenes of the Civil! O-! C.l-l-.
war including s-j.a world famed in- 1 aDPITUierS ' , ODOOieiTSt
U1J U.J . U4U nilltCIIURl ui ,
l.ee and t.ie assassination of Lincoln.
It hard'.y. seems posible that real bat
Me of the rebellion and real char
acters of history can be depicted faith
fully as in this remarkable picture, but
ihe faithfulness to detail is such .that
many old soldiers of the north and
many southerners ' have been aston
ished to see the reproduction of scenes
which they themselves have actually
witnessed. There will be a special
enlarged orchestra, for -music forms
ne small part of the inspiration of
the big picture ad also helps to. make
the impression of realism , much
xtronger. Prices for this engagement
re th regulav Davis1 theatre Vices,
?.", 15 and 30 cents evenings, matinee
in and 15 cents, war tax exWa. Two
liiows daily, at 2.15 and 7.43.
BRIEF STATE NEWS
FALLS CO.
YANTIC STREET
NORWICH, CONN.
WANTED
A JOB PRESSMAN
FOR SALE Barbed and smooth wire,
r hite pine boards. Bowker's fertilizers,
ijed and white cedar shingles, lot 2-lnch
WANTED Farmers: Many of my llank. A. R. Race. North Franklin, Ct.
friends, want to know if there are any j may2.d
U-.MmS L. Tu f Jl yvU in1 p.nt'erM FOR SALE One block containing
i"r,s l'e. at once' Y- .VeUt9fJter"- :x tenements of live rooms each with-
to clean I -square, always rented.
rariici
Jhone 1039-4.
WANTED Rugs, carpets
ltnout re
Tel. 773-12.
aprSd !
WANTED Long
jobs by auto truck,
wich Div.
dlstanc. moving
Phone 1172 Nor-sep2.'id
HAZEL wood pipes 15c: Bonita Ma
nila cigars 6c; In Betv.en cigar, five
in a pkg., 30c; good line of pipes 35c.
Pagan's Smoke Shop. ' maylTd
WANTED - Second hand furniture;
we pay '-higliest prices in eastern Con
necticutpwe buy .anything: largest sec
ond hand store in state. Louis D. Wa-J.
warerooms 30-32 Water St. Norwich.
Write, call or tel. 708-3. je4MWS
HIGHEST PRICES
' " PAID FOR
Second hand furniture
BY A. nRCCKNER,
5 FRANKIIN ST. TEL. 717-3.
WANTED
ENQUIRE AT ..
Bulletin Job Room
LQST AND FOUND
7 -'"Hft.-r-Wv.f Oron-ftSt.. -a
rray tiger cat with four white feet and
.. ...... si; i etiirn to 37
t.rove ;?t. andj-ehelve reward;, maytu
mno-i rur ne-kpece. Owner
r ay nave sa-ne ry raying ror advertis
ing. lSJ'Broad Ft. mayS3d .
RMi(WK.S it Ixist or stole.
.aus. and l-'isri! o;
Hartford Misi Flcrence fiurtoh re
-fiitly returned fj oui . France.. . a h?r
V served r-s tvd frcs ! nnr?" at Kas.j
Hor-pital No. 12, with a CliiC.igO fHTiit.
Portland F. R. a -.rl P.. M. iCjondrlch
locari settin-r out toTiaccb' plants last
vcek on their jilantntioir here. '-'The
ici-cac this 5 ear will be increased to
,-,
New Haven RiJhop flan rerent'.y
.firmed over 4 in -children in St..An
hnny' church, New Haven. Kcv V.
I'rreiv'hino ii the pp.stcr. i
Cethrl Tic Bcrui-i F'lk mill
i- oi' bu icst places in fown at
imsent nnd v.l cn tbp larrre addition m
(tnplcts.i. v.i:i i-.cvc rccm fcr -W more :
ooms.
r..i. , ., ., , ,' Vhe Norwich Savings Society. ' All Be--
Certy l:,!e U fou:".tlr- managers tons arc eautioncd against -pa.reha.?ing
i jv? r ii.ru- ij an agreement with , the lt neg .tiating li.e. sa.-ne,- and .any per-iioi.-:!
on t:,c ci?ht-hour day. the 'in having a... ciai.n fo. fcai.i boaks is
!! -tip-t i f "ay has not vet been set- hereby ealted neon. t present, said
l-.l. Tin- S'nnu-dy ha'.f-hoIiuLi i3 al-
bein? df-b:i'.cl. .
.!-'i!rf9-;. ! irli-;ol F. Pon'cy cf
'rviJ'ii o. a f-irmrr Hartford "ros:
'fi -.-. riPi'.rd president n7 the
l .tde 1 ;:.nd llnnKers' iis ocla'.lon t 1-ifT-A . mall b'ack pocketb-ok
snore , .r.c,- nc.u at the Pomnani cnta ning a sum or money and t,i
.H . money croer rece.pis was i-.st Between
. , . , -iite.n ana wnurcn.. ats. f.naer please1
. - t e:..-K ii'TTii in ' leave nt t'a.rm urncc. ir. Harris
i:iii! ' v.!rc)i .society i: care Mrs. Pna'.dlhg, 2j Tatem Si..- p-u-
' " "I ii - nirv.;.-i (o rcte-J a i....u, ... m.-iy26d
ti! to i .-v. I'r.cld .i.ih'p o II-.irt-i
. v. i:isi:;i uC'-'iittd the call
lid l.c -an l.h- i'. iv.urutc- here Hunday.
J;w Haven An ordinance adopted
Franklin
For further
H. Palmer.
may20d
In
i-.aim to said ban on or before' the
': 'i i diy of Xovinht-. lM. or-srb-nit
to having the bioks declare;! ranrei'ed
i tA.i'.guisjicJ.-and new. books issued
leu thereof, cr C'(q.ai-i.ii jnt due t'.-ereon
1 -.'i. .- may26M
A Licensed
. Assistant
Pharmacist
Address with references Box
43 Bulletin Office.
WANTED
w LIBERTY BONDS
Installment Cards and Bocks
CASH PAID FOR W. S. S.
OFFICE AT BISHOP'S STUDIO.
248 Main St. Franklin Sq. ;- Norwich
FOR SALE Ford tourine car,
ui condition; will demonstrate. Call
1S7-4. mayl9d
FOR SALE A responsible party can
buy a three tenement house that rents
for $300 a year on very easy terms.
Why pay rent when you can own your
own house and get your rent free?
This is an exceptional opportunity.
Only those meaning business need ap
ply Address S. S care of The Bulletin.
mayl7d
FOR SALE A well established'bill
postlng business, with all boards and
equipment and franchise that gives
exclusive rights in Danielson and
Brooklyn; chance to make big money
easy; will sell, complete, for $459.
Write or telephone Josepk Bodo, Dan
ielson, Conn. - , maylod
i FOR SALE
SEVEN ROOM COTTAGE AND
GARAGE No. 13 - HUNTING
TON AVENUE (BEAN HILL),
ELECTRIC LIGHT, i CITY
WATER, GOOD GARDEN.
PRICE ATTRACTIVE.
00 to 3000:
several good single horses, farm
chunks, business horses, and a few
good drivers. Harness, double and
single, light and heavy, new and sec
ond hand. Carriages, Concords, dump
carts, reach wagons. If in need of
anything in the horse lipe, see me.
E. .1. HAMILTON.
371-373-875 Main Street,
orvficbt Conn.
Telephones: Office 650; residence 1212.
THOS. H. BECKLEY
278 Main Street Phones
Furnished Seashore
Cottages
,For Sale or Rent
atv Watch Hill, Weekapaug, Pleasant
View, and along the Rhode Island
shore; also icceMible Seathora Farme.
Send forbooHet
Frank W. Coy
WESTERLY. R. L
BARGAIN 125-C-N-S
$3,500
Will Buy
Cottage' House having seven rooms
and bath,- electric lights.V steam
heater. Lot about 60 x 230 feet.
Fifteen minutes' walk from, center
of city, near car line.
Archa W.Coit
' Highest Grade Properties
Unexcelled Insurance Protection.
Telephone 1334 63 Broadway
FOR SALE
The very desirable seven-room mod
ern cottage known as the Mrs. S. Crane
homestead, located on southeast corner
Williams and Oneco streets. Price very
reasonable if sold at once. For full
particulars, inquire of
JOHN A. MORAN.
Real Estate Broker,
may3d Framklla Square.
HUMOR OF THE DAY
"How's the new" cook?"
"Extremely laiy"
"Well, if she s foo lazy to hunt an
other job maybe things won't turn
out Q badly." Philadelphia Bulletin.
Groom Who is .nat little shrimp
at the side-table who gazes at me so
queerly?
Bride That Oh, I'll introduce
him after' breakfast. That's father.
Judge. - -
She Doesn't it worry' you dread
fully to owe so many bills you cannot
pay?.
He Certainly not! Why should I
worry - over other people's troubles?
New Haven Register.
"Why is your wife no longer your
leading lady?"
"She couldn't support me in the
style .1 had been accustomed to," re
plied Yorick Hamm, the eminent ac
tor. Louisville Courier-Journal.
, "Your husband denies it," said the
doctor, "but isn't it true that he
smokes between meals?"
"Saw," replied the patient's wife.
"He eats between smokes." Cincin
nati Enquirer.
Hogan (the. new arrival) Tomor
row bright an' early I'll -show ye where
to take out yer first papers.
Haggerty (astonished) Glory be!
Does ivry citizen in this counthry be
gin as a. newsb'y? Buffalo Express.
"Miss Plain isn't a society girl, is
she?" asked Mrs. Outotown.
"Oh my,no,"replied Miss Gay: "In
fact, she is a very common person.
She actually listens to the music when
she goes to the, opera." Knoxville
Journal and Tribune.
Mrs. Styles: "You know they say
that the way to a man's heart is
through his stomach."
Mr. Styles: That's the reason wom
en are always steering men for eating,
houses or ice cream places, I suppose."
Yonkers Statesman.
Stranger: Does this man, Amos
Darby, hold any place of distinction
in the villa&e?
Villager: Ye kin judge fer y'self.
When th' postman brings th' weekly
newspaper down to Guy Parkinson's
grocerv store, Amos is the first read
er! Life;
"Some one has compared life to a
game of chess. What do you think
of tl ' ' idea?"
"1 . t know. Anyhow, we are
somt .' .r.g like the pieces when
shoved into the wooden box at the
end of the game, king and pawn are
of equal value." Boston Transcript.,-
FOR SALE
AT CRESCENT BEACH,
Seven-room cottage, all modern im
provements, fully furnished, with
garage, running spring water, cement
walks and fine lot. Very desirably lo
cated. Price very reasonable if sold
at once.
For full particulars, inquire of
JOHN A. MOHAN,
Real Estate Broker,
Franklin Square. Norwich.
83,200 -WTLt, BUT
'a seven-room cottage with electric
1'ghts. eas bathroom, etc. It is situat-
, Kour acres of 'land, all tillable, some -on the best residential section of
fruit, apple, pear and peach trees, ail' East Main St., and is only five minutes'
in bearing condition. A Sne 14-room -valk from Franklin Square. The
house, pa.nted whit and in good con-!3,ouse 's all in first class condition. For
dition, Darn, 6 henneries; water in.tjrther particulars, see
A. V. COVELLO,
We will loan 'you cash on your
LIBERTY BONDS, or if you must
sell, we will buy them and pay yeu
spot cash. No waiting. Bring us
your Bonds.
THE COLLATERAL LOAN CO.
Established. 47 Yeears.
154 Water Street, Norwich, Conn.
FOR SALE
Cottage ' Houses, Tenement and
Burlnesa Blocks, Building Lota, all la
desirabie locations. List your pro
pertv if you card to sell or rent, aa 1
have number of people looking for
real estate investments.
WILLiAM F. HILL,
Real' UiUM MM luirant,
Uoom lilt lkll ltld
Or"! P
1 - V. ir
' i WANTED
''Twenty gere'-il housework women.
tventy-Ave laborers., weavers. sp'nner3,
-esser tenders, two colored cooks one
ilored laundress, ten waitresses, three
: ":ght machine hands, six ladv
tnree canvassers.
in a j 2Sd R rood-Tray.
New ll i.vt i aldermen to prohibit
l: oarr;. ln-j ii tte.t par.ulc.-i of s
ed flasr as m i v. 1 -ni l of orga ligation
.;.': in t th- pros'-ribM form of t.ovcrn
sert v. i'l I'Ccorao effective as eco;i as
t is rtl''lcly issued.
i We will Loan or Luy. We oay
Highest Cash prices for Diamonds in
any Shape. Jewelry, whether K old
fashion or modern.
THE COLLATERAL LOAN CO.
154 Little Water St,' Norwich, Conn.
THKRC :i do advert'.s;nc medium a
Vet!irsfield Radical alteration latin for business results. .
WANTED
Three girls or married women to
Ijarn core making in brass foundry
I bod pay while . learning.
.UNITED METAI. MFG. CO.. USCa,'-"
. TI1AJIESVIU.E.
WHEN YOU WANT to put your bus
iness betoro the public, there Is no
mtmum better than through the ad
vertising columns of The Bulletin
nouse. This place is situated on the
state nigiiway... 'a ... mile to school,
church, slpres. and not far from the
trolley; on K. F. 1., and telephone in
house. And what do you think? All
the owner asks for tuis neat little
Hume is $l,i60, pan cash. . immediate
possession, if you are in the market
ior ucn a place as this, don't go to
oed tonight until you have looked it
over ana paid a deposit on it. At this
time there are many people looking
tor such a piace and ,f would displease
me to have to tea cny sincere buyer
that it was sold. It is up to you
Extract from Wilcox's Farm Bulletin,
send lor one. ;
WILLIAM A. WILCOX
FARM SPECIALIST.
41 West Bruad St.. Rooma ' 1 and 2.
Westerly, R. .-
Televhoac
Tel. 683-3. 18 Cliff St.
GROUND LIMESTONE
In car tots and less than car lots
. For sale by
THE PECK-McWILLJAMS CO.
Central Wharf, Norwich, Conn.
GI71?n The Piano Tuner
WANTED.
Old false teeth Don't matter il
broken. We pay up to f 10 per set.
Send by parcel past and receiv
check by retu' mail. We buy dia.
monds. too.
' ' COLLATERAL LOAN CO.
1M Wale St.,
between Shetucket ami Market Sts.
An. old. reliable nrm to deal -with.
... . y.t : 72 '
JUST ARRIVED.
Another carload of the best chunks
and business horses I have had in a
year. There are all kinds from 1100 to
ltQ0. suitable for all kinds of work.
Come and see them.
ELMER R. PIERSON.
Tel. 556-J. aprZld
JUST THE PLACE TO BUY
The John C. Tracy Home, Fine Build
ing; 4 Acres of Choice Land, 'g Mile
From Yantic.
You Can't Beat It.
E. A. PRENTICE .
86 Cliff Street.
THE KALEIDOSCOPE
The nurse girl isn't necromancer,
but she is something of a soothsayer.
Argentine manufacturers are ar
ranging to establish the first paper
plant in that country.
New York state forbids women in
the corerooms of foundries to lift
more than 25 pounds.
A battleship cruiser built almost
entirely by women was recently
launched in the River Clyde.
A five-ton crane at the Tacony
(Pa.) Ordnance Plant is operated by a
young woman, Miss Catherine Hahn.
The volcano Aso-san, in Southern
Japan, has the biggest crater known.
It is 11 miles across one way and
between 10 and 11 the other.
Ward 2, Chicago, has just had a
cleanup, and the total number of tin
cans collected and piled at eight points
In the ward was 100,587.
An Argentine shipyard repaired a
wooden vessel in which the lower
ends of the. ribs had rotted away by
casting concrete ribs In their places.
Topeka clubwomen have started a
movement to have householders in
the same locality cut the grass on
the same day, so as to keep the lawns
uniform.
Ten thousand heads of families in
Brownsville section of Brooklyn, N.
1", pledged ther, 3lves to demand from
their landlords a 10 per cent reduction
in rents May 1.
. Many 'ancient families In England
have stored away life-sized figures in
wax of their ancestors, made at the
time of the original's death. The
Duke of Norfolk has the figure , of
three wives of one of his ancestors,
which are kept in a glass case at one
of hia country seats.
In 1915-16 only 1,146,207 tons of sugar-
ceets were grown in France, but In
1916-17 the production increased to'l,
595.S68 tons, owing to the average pro
duction per hectare having increased
from 18.13 tons to 23.14 tons. The
normal production per hectare, was,
in prewar days about 26 tons.
An executive decree, of Mexico dated
December 27, 1918 provides for an ex
tension of -the pt'.od in which de
nouncements of oil claims manifested
in accordance with the Mexican decree
of July 31, 1918, shall be' made, this
period to be evxtended until such time
as the congress enacts the new petro
leum law.
WnEN YOU WANT to put your oas.
lnss beioru tne- public, there i no
medium better than Through the ad
verirslac jotumas "oi. The Bulletin.
T. H. PEABODY
WHEN VOL WANT to put your bus
iness before the public, there is no
medium better than, through the ad-ve.'ti-in
column uf Tbe Bulletin.
A MISTAKE MADE BT MANY'.-
Don't wait for rheumatism 'to indi
cate diseased kidneys. - When von suf
fer pains and aches by day and sleep
disturbing bladder weakness by night,
lael tired, jtervous and run down, the
il.ldneys and bladder should be restored
jtj healthy.' strong and regular action.
lt is a mistake to postpone treatment.
oiey ivioney r-nis put tne Kidneys in
round, healthy condition and keep them
Active and strong. Recrin tnlr-ins- indar
Phone 986 Jood results follow the first dose. The
i-ee & Osgood uo.
Flowers and Trees
FOR ALL OCCASIONS
Orders Delivered
ii i ui t"t tmnrTxr r Uoley Kidney rills
BLfUlXVyUUU nUKOLKI VU. 'found.. healthy condition and keep them
THERE ! uo advertising- medhimi la
5astra Connecycut-tquil te The Bul
Utia to; tanseM results.
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