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NORWICH EUU-ETIN, SATURDAY, JDCT03ER 14. 1822
A Bulletin For Sale
Jvertiscment Will Sell It
HtlPI T2 In St. Joseph's hospital,
nK.-r. X. X.. Oct 1"- daush
t.i i..-..t'nv. to Mr. ami Mrs. Francis
H l"",;.n::ut (Rose il. Callahs.u of-'..--
USK-In Norwich. Oct. 12. 1922. a
ii it.itfr to Mr. and Mr. Clarence
Wjrren of Fuliiam.
i)RM N I. A UN In Providence
'a 19:2. by Rabbi Israel S. R
"'ln. I "adore Korman of Providence
and aiij ! Jrano Bertha Lahn of $9
Summit street. Norwich, Conn.
r.l r iO" In thin pity. pot. 3. 192!.
f',rnT illenson of Yantic.
funcT.1' erTlv-s at 'irace church, "Van
tie. Sun-lv aftcrtiot.n. Oct. 15, at 2
o'ctn-!:. riiirial in family lot in Yautic
WtUOV-In Norwich Town, Oct. 11.
Itr-V 'J.wph lllram Wilson, aged 59
vesrs and s montl's.
e"t;-i?r-.! at the home fo his daughter.
Mrs. Minnie Fdnilston. Met "cllin ave-
mi Norwich Town. Monday afternoon.
tM 18. at 5 "1 o'clo- k. Itmial in the
fa-ni'v lot in Yanfic cemetery.
Srifpnrt. Stamford and Hartford
rttrs please copy.
A Bulletin VWnt
Advertisement Will Get It
'A Bulletin Wnt
Advertiiiement Will Get It
WAXTEp Housekeeper, full charge;
good position. T. H. Healy, So. Windham.
octHd ' '
'"WASTED -Woman for general house
work in apartment; family -of 'two; refer
ences required. Call 30,5 Washington St.
WAXTED A girl with experience on
sewing machine, or one willing to learn.
Apply Norwich AUtO Trimming' Shop,
Majestic mag., top floor.' Tel. r014. "
' oetlSd ''"", ' -
WASTED, For family in suburbs near
New York. 'competent general liouscwork
er; must be good cook-and do plain laun
dry, cook 'and serve meals; three adults,
one child id family: wages $35 , perma
nent place ; reference?. Inquire this of
fice. " ' ' ' potl2d
worker - in "family vith
phone. 972-3. '
WASTED -Neat, capable woman for
cooking and general housework; white-of
colored ; go home nishts. Call 1781.
octlOd " . " " '
S 11 AM Suddenly. In
formerly of Norwich.
4 AM Puddcnlv. In Providence, i.
I? oct. 12. P'22. John Thomas Hnslam.
IX II F.MORI AM.
Irf Mfinurr of our Departed
Jloilirr and Wife.
Hf I I r M. t.ACROIX.
H ho tiled Oct. H, IttlB.
Some day our eyes shall sec
Her irot face, so ilea" to us.
Sme t!av we'll ciusp hor hand
Just over in that better land.
HUSBAND AND CHILDREN.
?'as:o. Corn. -
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to extend our sincere thanks
to our ir.anr friends and neighbors for
their rr.any acts of kimlness and sympa
hy durng the prolong, d illness and
9'at! of our drar one. and for the many
"-ea-irifiil floral remembrances.
II FART P- JAVK8 AND FAMILT.
IS MAIN STREET
HENRY E. CHURCH
WM. SMITH ALLEN
WAXTED Housekeeper of middle age
In famliv of two! ' Write Box 90. 'Bulletin
Onice. ' " ' ; oct9I
WAX TED Girl to assist with care of
baby. Call' IS High St. ' oct3d
iuvtkii Machine hand at Sard
Union Co.',' Chestnut St. '"""' "'. "6ctl44 J
WAXTED, Reliable man in each town
for special advertising work; $35 a week
to man who cad produce satisfactory re
sults ; experience unnecessary ; opportuni
ty for promotion ; references required. Ad
dress Kastern Co., 33 North Washington
St.. Boston, Mass. pctl4d
WAXTED A man of character," wlllr
Ihb to work, who can speak French, to
represent high class local house as sales
man ; must have first class references ;
only one aspiring: to advancement heed
apply; give past history in letter ; strict
ly conlidentiai. Actaress -ypportuniiy
care of this paper. "' "' ' bctI4d
WANTED Man to aell best lino trees
shrub's,' roses ; steady "work; commission
weekly. Hruwn Brothers' Nurseries,
lluclicstcr, is. x. i Qctna
WAXTED Men needed for U. S. tnail
service; 1115 to S190 ; experience r cor
respondence course unnecessary; Write
K. H. Bishpp, Box 391, Joplin, Mo. pctl-tij
WAXTED Firemen, brakemen ; begin
ners later .'oti,; no smKe. jtali
way, Bulletin. '' oct2MS
WAXTED Names men over 17, wish
ing become raiiway mail clerks or mail
learners; 1133 month. iJox 8, this omce.
ASTROLOGY reveals; 2,0U0 word trial
reading ffac'V two ju8U0n' tree auie
1 rthuate. fcoi. Auarey,.
S34, Washington, D. C. oct!4d
Vpit tr.irii!M Would vou care-to learn
about new rational treatment 'for-immediate
relief of epilepsy? Positively- stop
ping all seizures from first day's use.jln
tormation free. Specialist,, Drawer B-694,
Lander, Wyoming.' " octI4d
S-. t V a 'SALE F-errets.- ' Thonis- t'he
v. Sbx central Ave., -NC
WAXTED People to know the Bur-
dick shop in Franklin is open for dusi
ness fiorseshovintj and wagon repairing.
TypisTB Karii S25-J1Q0 weekjy, i?pare
time rnmimr authors manuscripts, write
II. J. Carnes, AuUiors Agent, ianapoosa
Ga., for particulars. ocuw
HARiiv If lonely : for results, try me;
best and most successful "Jlome. Maker ;"
hundreds rich wish mari-iage soon ;
strictly, confidential ; most reliable ; years
experience ; descriptions free. "The Suc
cessful Club." Mrs. Naah, Box 56. Oak
land, Cal. . oeu
A Bulletin f or Sale
Advertisement Will Sell It
" FOp $411 $aby carriage in good
conoinon, pi-ice reasonauie, van tb-j.
4GE'5iTS Everybody' uses extracts;
seii oiiuie strength titracls ; corii-
piete line- "Household iitjcessiue1; "big
peaters;' wiite'' today.' Jjup. Uo., Dept.
ai-isa, Attica, U. y." ' - ' ' octltyi -
yq SAXE oFd fasipnesi," long ea,red
Ijlaxij; "and tan fiuc hounds; three -''le
nioafhs' pupij,' one 5-'ye&rs, and aii A-i
huiituig ditf. a ' C Ureenp, ' Columbia.
bctl-id ' ' " ' - " " '
FOB SALE Confectionery store, doing
gooa busipessr tl.uuV only, part cash, lif
iuire the Amencan Contectiunery, Viiii-
inantic. : , ooti4ci
catholics wishinz to marry, wann
ing introductions," write C. p. Club, GrauS
i'OB SALE New. milch Jersey cow
witn, call, call Sundays. M A.' iiawsoii;
Galgs Ferry. ' ' "octHd
"fQB SLE Beautiful black chifton
velvet'dresa, black satin' dressi brown doi-
man."" seal fcoat," opptesdih trimmed, blue.
fwoot crepe areas, astfachan trimmed, iox
turs, also shut waists, reasonable, call
at o2 Church St. ' H - ' " octHu-,
A Bulletin For Sale
Advertisement Will Sell t
MAUUY Thousands congenial iieople,
worth from SLOUU to ?5u,U00, seeking
early marriage ;. descriptions photos, in
troductions free; sealed ; either sex; send
no money." Address Standard Cor. CiUb,
Grayslake, III. ' -' bctl4d
M.1XY H'ealthv, attractive ladies Wish-
mg gentlemen correapondcnts ; list sent
free. Martin, B-10,32, Wichita, "Kansas.
ootl4d - " - ' " "' .
"WAXTED -Splendid " opportunity of
fered experienced ladies doing fancy work
at home; materials furnished .'indepen
dent concern ; stamped envelopo brings
information. Underyfodd Art Goods' Co.;
Portsmouth, Ohio. octl4U '
WOPLD you marry charminK cirl
worth $S0,p002 Club, Box 55, Oxford,, Fla.
FOR SALE Eight pigs.
It. U. Barber. -
THE LEADING Matrimonial 'Club:
best, largest, established 18 years; thou
sands wealthy members wish marriage ;
confidential descriptions free ; only honor-
aDie, sincere people ot Dotu sexes need
write. 'The Old Reliable Club, Mrs. Wru-
ble. Box 26, Oakland. Calif. octlOd
"TJEX'TLEMAX. 49,'worfh 50.000, wants
lauy corresponaent; y-JjQx 432, League,
Columbus,' Ohio. ". ' ,'" optl4d
s FOR 6 ALE Barberry; nice stock, 12
indies; jlO' per'." jjO ; Cal. privet, well
brancheu; C24 'inches, Slo per luii; Cutii
faert raspuerxy, a.i0 pec ' lOli'; special
price per 1.UUU ; buy now at these low
prices lor tail or spring delivery. Flous"
tou's Nurseries, Maustieid "O.epot, Co'liii.
FOR SALE House. 12 rooms and
bath," garage, 9 ' LaXay'el 'JSi. inquire
on prtmifccs. " ". ' octl0Tu'il(fc
FOR "SALE Star litter carrier, with
track; also cows, new milch and spring
ers. . VYUUani A- Puitz. Tel. a lpanon
piv. -" octl'OTuThS '
One of the. choiceat farms in New Lon
don county, desirably located within 13
minutes' ride from franklin ' fqtar, by
aula, consisting of 4 Oft acres pf lan,d, prt
tt whicb will cut at. least .9,00 eordj ot
wood, 2,tM)0 raliroa ties, besides ljaylng
about goo aeres ot venrclioice land under
caltivation, ' together with present crops
on- farm,' also "all farming tools anf
farming machinery of the niost pracileal
now iu nse. Last, but not least, one ef
the bf-jfarmliii houscB to be ound ot-
wntere., conlstllg ft cttoce rom
rnnning spring ratf in house, a,Is bath.
Such a laid out house is only found once
In a thousand times. Also several barns
and outbuildings in which is housed ' a
large hay crap, which Soe with fh; tlie
of this beautiful fttrro. ACbo taes an tea
n!an(. I'arm has about C.Q00 ect tiot
age on good highway.- Tbi 1 arm has
been in present ownership name for about
159, 3'e.a.rs. Present owner, is, feUiias r
the reason of age and Is going to retire..
This is a chance of a lif etime tor someone,
so get busy.. - -
" Far further information and inspection,
see ' ' ' ' "' , '-.I
L JOHN A. MOR.AX.
- UEAL FiSTATK BROKER.
FRAXKLIX bULAKE. ' .
r Bulletin pgr SaJe-
Advertisement Will Sell It
TO REXT Six-room tenement! all im
provements. Inquire at 19 High St.
TO--rent Qne single room, bv flay
rvjcek. ' Plione " oc(.14d
TO REXT Laree "front fii-niViH retnm-
all improvements, in private familv. 95
McKinley Ave. oetlSd
A Bulletin To Let
Advertisement Will Rent It
PRIXTTXO cf an kinds promptly as
Muy done. Estimates prottiiiUy aa
mortally given. Tte Bilieua Co.. t
FraxuLiln 8t aomylM
- TO REXT tenement nine, rooms, w
rn en ts. Inquire. 58 Thames St.. coal omce.
ivT Four and Ave room - tene-
T REXT Well furnished, heated
roorns, i franklin St- octlOd
"TO REXT Garage space for 'oh car,
Norwich Town. ' Phone ST2-3. ' octlOd'
- TO"' RENT Tenement. - Mohegan" Park
roadtorwenAve,. 'Tel. 173-3? ocl'9a
TO REST -
oCl'ia "' .
- Five-room tenement, all
Apply 5 1 Yfashlnstoii , t.
-S3 "BES Six-room apartment, with
garage. Phone Zii. octTd
to suit Anarrmeht ot nine rmmi
and bath, all modern, at 153 Franklin Kt.'
opposite factory. Inquire Goldblatt's Shoe
TO REXT Nicely turnHhort rnnnri 1t
Laurel fun Ave. Phono 1142-5. ' sep2d
FOR SALE Pure bred Holstein-Frei-sian
bull calf, born June 23. 1923. sired
by Hollywood Gl'en- AJexis; Segis. sou of
the world's record '8. year old," and only
double 42-buil in New England ; dam is
Machuset Seemari Fayne, whose record o
milk production in 94' days ending Oct.
1, 1922, is 4922.1 pounds, testing 3.8 per
cent, butterfat; will sell or exchange tor
anything I can use. William S. lirown.
Shepard Hill Farm, Central "V illage, Conn.
'fcl.'Moosup 2S-12. ' t oct7SW
Two-tenement house, six rooms each
apartment, gas and electric light,1 garage
for car, on East Side, 5 minutes' walk
from Franklin Square. For full particu
A. V. tO JB.LLO.
Tel." 1527-3. i98 Cliff St,
WAXTED Men' or women to canvass
and sell for a local business firm that af
fords a good chance for advancement for
foprescntativej with real selling ' ability
who can furnish references; applications
will be treated with Strict confidence;
state previous experience. Address Sales
men, care of this paper. . octl4d
WAXTED We are lookine for a few
middle aged men to represent us in un
occupied territory in Connecticut ; pay
VE XEED manufacturers on larce
scale, also- home-workers; to manufacture
metal toys and novelties, barkinir does.
wag tail pups, Wild animals, automobiles, j
Indiana omrnov htohll nlaimp. na:
nous, toy soldiers, crowing roosters, hula
dancers, lighthouses, canary warblers in
cense burners, statues of liberty', minla--ture
capitols and others, needed in mil
lions.; we furnish guaranteed " casting
forms to manufacturers at cost price
from ?5 up. complete outfit ; no experi
ence or tools necessary ; thousands made
complete ner hour :' we huv thejse: e-nnria
all year, paying cash on delivery ; con
tract orders placed" with manufacturer?;
enormous business in metal toyj and nov
elties offered to industrious men ; season
now at its height and' manufacturers
flooded with orders ; catalogue and infor
mation free; write only if you mean
strictly business. Metal Cast Products
Co.. 1696 Boston Road, New York City.
octl'4d " ' '""
FOR SALE Brass bed with spring,
also bo spring mattress, price S18. Tel.
FOR SALE Jersey " bull calf, tested
h-frd, no reactors. Arthur IX Barrett,
Ledyard- Teh 1S55-32. oetlSd
YOU WILL simply be surprised when
you see the wonderful line of coats and
nais xne f asnik co. carry this season.
Prices lower than ever. " sep23STuTh
Heath Nurseries, Man-
waxted Plasterer; $9
966 Main St.. Willimantic,
oct i 3d
NORWICH men over' 17, become rail
way mail clerks; commence $133 month;
steady; common education sufficient; list
positions free; write immediately.' Frank
lin Institute. Dept. 31-N., F.ochester, N. Y.
WANTED Furniture, stoves, etc., and
antiques. Ward -Bros., Al Jackson St.
VvillrmanUc. ' Tel. 63
322 Main Street
Chamber ef Commerce Building
Phone 238-2 Lady Assistant
i.i i ii"Mi'"j-;T'iii"if...i"n-,"; Aavrvn.rwJl
WE CAN "CSE good outside salesmen
to sell pianos. Victrolas. and. furniture ;
salary and commission. Apply to The
Plaut-Cadden Co., Norwich. Conn. octl4d
WAXTED A man for general farm
work, driving team, milking. Herbert
West. Stonington. ' Tel. Mystic DIv. ' .
WAXTED Two farmhands, good milk
ers. John. Williams. Tel. 10744 Jewett
City1 ' oct7d
WAXTED An oxperlenced hardware
clerk, with knowledge ot builders' hard
ware especially. Address A. K.. care
Bulletin Co. . oqt7J
A IHOLSAXI to ten 'thousand dollars
a year if yoy have the foresight arid
courage to get stasfed now you may do
as well as other graduates of this private
Many aid paying a small fortune in
lost earnings as well as the loss of social
and financial distinction to do without our
training. The time and cash required
may oe mucn less man you expect. Why
not investigate our day, evening, or "mail
Our easy, interesting lessons will bring
you just the financial and social success
you- desire. Norwich Commercial School
(new location), 50 Franklin St. has many
good positions now waiting for graduates
between the ages of 14 and "40. Show
this to a friend, sister or brother it may
help. " octl2ThSTu
FOR SALE A small, cottage on North
Mam St., Jewett City. Burdiclc & He-
Nicbl, Thayer Btldg.,' Norwich. octl3d
FOR SALE-lOO acre farm .In excellent
location, on state road and trolley line
about l'.OOO cords of wood, near good
market; easy terms. Burdick & McNicol,
x-nayer sjag., Norwich. . oetlSd
WE WANT every woman to know that
we' carry the better class coats this sea
son; prices are lower. The, Pasnik Co.
sell for lesu; see our line before" you buy
and save money.; !" sep23STuTh
FOR SALE Rabbit dog. Call" " at
Greeneville, cemetery, Lprenzo St. Frank
Erlbeck. " ' " ' " ' octlCd -
SPORT VELOER and felt hats at very
much lower prices at The Pasnik Co.
Chain Stores. ' ' sep33STuTh
FOR SALE Pedigreed collie pups. Tel.
13-1'4 Jewett City Division. octi2d
100 acres. I "1-2 "miles from" -f fllage, R. R.
station and state road. 40 acres tillaRe
dariv loam sure crop soil, SO acre? pasture
and woodland. 2 thrifty apple orchards.
1,000 "cords- of "good marketable wood,
7-room house, just like new. new stock
barn, other farm buildings, all good, and
$3,700 buy"? it ; very easy terms. .
' -' ' Williinantlc Cnn-
$750 Cash Payment
BUYS A TEN-ACRE FARty, 7-RO0,M
COTTAGE HOUSE, BARN, 5 HEN
NERIES, FRUIT. INJEpjATE
POSSESSION. SEND FOR FARiyi
BULLETIN CHOICE OF 400.
.N.KIIII.IMMH.Iiai.llIW HWIDH . Ill II il. lUPim.
' DAY OR MIGHT
, 41 Main Street
Tlit Henry Allen & Son Co.
88 MAIN STREET
Lidy Assistant Talaphpna 410-2
PAY OR NIGHT
HOURIG A1N! BROS.
Norwich and Jewett City
Weavers on Denims
YOltt FUTURE foretold; send dime,
birthdate, "for truthful, reliable, convinc
ing trial readipg. Hazel Hause, Box 215,
Los Angeles, Cal. sep23S
; IV OV WISH a wealthy young wife,
write, enclosing envelope. Violet Ray,
Dennison, O. Hiigl2S
WAXTED Vaults and cesspools to
chan. 11. L. Harris, It. I"1.' I), l, Box
139. , .-- -apr-fd
I.OUIH D. WARD pays mg prices for
Uied furnituro and antiques.- Box 3S3,
rtorwich. " 1 jylSTpThti
' FOR SALE One used brown full leneUi
lined coat, with beaver collar," S10 ; lined
polo coat. S15: dark blue Jersev cujfK
suit; $5 ;'twd dark blue dresses, trimmed,
a eacn ; ail size is. Adress Box 100,
Bulletin,- " '.,"..'' ocU2d
FOR SALE Ten-acre pouitrJl farm,
good buildings, fine! "water su'DDly. T. D.
Taylor, R. DrNo. 6, Norwich. octl'2d
WILHAM A. WILCQ
WESTERLY, R. 1.
FOR gALE Barber's Stove and Nickel
Polish is adapted to iron, nickel and sil
ver ; it is without dust ; it saves threa
fourths of the work of the ordinary polish
and, above all things, is economical both
hi use and in price, a few drops working
wonders. Ask your grocer for it
oct'i MWS x .
FOR SALE Two - bedroom sets, one
parlor set and some dining room furniture.
Mrs. Wuttkey, 115 Roath St. .' octl2d i
The ihree family brick dwelling
No. 40 Cliff Street, with large
barn or garage and additional
lots.'; .' ""
Central location, good invest -
THOS. H. BECKLEY
278 MAIN STREET
An old established general store with
large stock of goods, located in nearby
village, consisting of buildings' with
rental income, also a tract of land.
There is also a postoffice. with a large
salary connected with the. store ; a rare
oppprtunlty to purchase home anil big
income, pear cnurcn. scnpoi and trolley.
Owner retiring, pn. account of ill health,.
Tor full particulars,, inquire
FR.AXCIS P. rjOSiOjHUE.
Central Bldg. . "Phone. Xorwirh-
THE XORWlf Q " S.iY'NC OftETf
vs. The Ironhidcs Board Corp. Suppler
mental Order of Notice.
4 State of Connecticut. County of NetJ
London, ss., Oct. . 1922.
'.Upon the : complaint of the said The
Norw'ich Savings Soeiety claiming, for the
reasons the -ein set forth, foreclosure of
certain, rnot-Kaged premises, now pending
before this Court, having been returned
thereto on the first Tuesday ot teilem
ber. 192S. .
It appearing to and belne found by this
Eourt tliat two f said defentUntK. A.
Gordon' Mclntyre and "Frank W. Fraser.
al-e absent from this State and that paid
A- uorrton Mclntyre is reaiding In Mon
treal Province o( Quebec Canada,and
Frank W.'Trawr is residins iu fit." John,
Province of New Brunswick, Canada- and
tnat notice or the pendancy of the com
plaint wh triven as. rcouired Kv oier of
notice heretofore if-sued. and now th4
plaintiff asks lor a further order ot notice
In the' premises. 1
Therefore. Ordered Tht notir,. of
pi-ndoncy pf said complaint bi riven by
Publishing this ordcf in' The NorwicS
BUiieiin. a pewspanvr printed in Norw toh
iu um viuniv-.- once a wek for tw
weeks. Ruccmively. romtm-ncinT on " '
before the 14Ui day ot Octvbet. 1921. and
b5 deposlt:ni a true and attested conv of
said complaint, citation and 0f this order
of notice In the'-postorhoo nt Norwich. In
said County, po-tage v.aii i,y rcciKtered
letter, directed to vaid A. Gordon ?V
Intyre at 153 Mansn, gu in faifl jin.
ii-hi. nn anoinor rucn cpv riiroetcn lo
sa! Frank y.'. FT.-isor at said St. Johii.
'u ine ii; i nav ,,r r,.i.,itr-r
1922. -snd liy leaving nr.fnr kmoI! ,.,,tJ
wilh raid A. tlordon Mclntvr" on nr
fore the '24th day of October. H"5 h
some rtopet oCiocr or person indif;rit;
mt oracr oi ouri.
.i-.M;i.r. r,. i-.A;Nttxs
AMICtCAB BOCflC, D. Morris.. r
Vrop-'," F--f ciua grag" aervioa oj-
-r-d. ''Pn.nir.- joetooket f '
THERE is no adveri'.sing rne4iuin la
Eastern Connecticut equal lo The Bulle
tin for business results.
THERE is no advertising mxJium In
Eastern Connecticut eoual to The liuie
tin for bugjrff- results.
f Snu'-rior Court for New
All persons liable to pay Taxes in the
Town of Norwich pre hereby notified lo
return to the Assessors on or beiore the
first day of November. 192, a written or
printed; list, properly signed and suoru to'
Of all taxable property owped by them
on the first liy of October, 1922: ' Tho-.e
failing to make a list will lie charged a
penalty of 'Ten I'cr Crlit. additional, ac
cording ly law. . 1 "
Blanks can be obtained at the Assess
ors Olhee in City Hall, or will be sent
by mail upon application.
Oflice hours i 9 a. m. to 5 p. m
Lists will be received beginning Monday,-
Hclpbcr 2nd, lifii.
Dated at Norwich. Conn.. Sept. 2Sth,
AT.R1E L. HALE.
JOITN B. OAT.
ARAD 11. A1ANNINO.
F. H. KENTQN. General Agent.
. GEO. N. DELAP. Special Asent.
J4MES L. FOQRD; Snedal Agcnt.
A. N. PEM0. Srclal Agent;
' Hartjord, Conn.
New York New. tfaven
FOR SALE Six-room cottage, A-l con
dition, large lot. Irnit 'trees, two chicken
coops, only S2.500, must be seen "to appre
ciate ; two-family hottse in Gfreem'ville,
.six rooms each apartment, extra lot,
ichicken coop, 3,400 ; other bargains,
nouses, larms, etc. ; iook my list, over be
FOR SALE Use Barber's Dve for
Stove lids ; "kef ps them black for weeks.
Boy, ltq 18 Year? Ql5.
BULLETIN JOR ROOM
AX INTERMEDIATE FRAME TENDER
FOR NIGHT WORK.
ASHLAND COTTON CO.
WAXTED Young man, intelligent.
U-iullott WfivlX l.-n..1,-lnl(r nl...;nl .....I
.u-.vw i.u .tuc V. Clival dUU , , ----- w
storc work; references. Box 36. oetlSd iIore buying. Further information, inquire
1 of John G. Cheneskl. IX Bath St. octl2d
vi oi-k uy Acaaemy stuaent, '
aged 17" years, after school and Satur
days. Call 2277. " octl4d
' WAXTED Posittlori as truck driver or
ctuiulleur; experienced. Joseph Adams,
! . i ' l-rauklin Bt. oetlSd ,
TSAWMILL wanted, with crew, to cut
! by the year's work, near Albany, N. Y.
1,. Jj. ncockett, Box 103. rvew London.
WAXTED To drill youaTnew' wellor
your old well deeper. . B. Earl, Con
tractor for Artesian Wells, P. O. Box J40,
Wiliimautic, Coiui, 6ctlld
WANTED Magazines, $1.15 perhun"
drcd ; newspapers, 60c pur hundred ; rags,
l.2 hundred ; also higlicsL cash prices
paid for scrap metal and other junk. We
will call anywhere. Mutual Waste and
Metal Co., 313 W. Main ijt. Fhon.V2.37S
MASTER MECHANIC WANTED
FOR 100 'LOOM WOOLEX , MILL.
MVBT BE ALL AROUND MILLWRIGHT
' WRITE MILL, BULLETIN.
; GEORGE G. GRANT
Undertaker and Embalmer
K PROVIDENCE ST, TAFTVILLE
TtE. floweruig shrubs, plant and
' !iapw'Ooa ' ursery Co. TeL
114- .e aclnsry. aprld
oibis your flowers at Godulclig's
Hreeoocrjsea, is ueoar 61. faons Is.
- oisrlld -
C.V0SGK LAMBERT Moving and
tri -" i. lu:pnifc truck for hire. 21
t -.t t . or Occum. Tei. 617-13. -. Je2
1174". TeL 17.
' lUIBtl H. LATRROP.
l-jto Trticams end Teaming, Furniture
and Piano Moving.
C. . 0LTK, 29J West Jlaln St We
no svrry.nir.g snymhere. Special at
an t-.itn i moving Doners ana n
th r.ry.' Tel. tfl-J. ' "sepad
I -ig Dlstsneo Morlng and Erniresnlrg
f .- . --'i U Bo-eil A. Tei. 14j.
ITtMISO sni moving, long dianes
.-1 s,t. ' f "'I 7SI.
r. B. PBOMtET SOX.
--u'-'i-'t bt. T'honc 331.
;.-.,J LiSTAXCB MOVINO.
leEARS OLD OR OVER.
STKADT WORK OGOD WAGES.
EXCELLENT '"'CHANCE ' FOR AD.
VAXCEMENT. ' ' -
ATLANTIC C4RT0X CORPORATION,
SOUTH GOLDEN SI.
WAXTED If your
cleaning, Ctill 1324. ' -
GIXKUM Christmus! A gent from
Piainneia leuin me ne wuz expear-
mlntin in the poultry bizness"; 'he bought
a Vlctrola and iiyed all Jazz records in
tho poultry yard, 'n' by hinks, it the hen's
ain't bin layln' scrambled eggs I Some
more pipes for 2uc; Dunhlll pines 5S;
iiunnui tonacco ei.zu tor 4 oz. tin;
Manila cigars 5c, siy for 2Sc. Fagan's
Smoke Shop. opp. Woolworth's. octSd
FOR SALE One stationary 6 h. p. gas
engine, one iron frame, circular saw table,
one top ouggy, one cigm-room Cottage,
ill iurmshed. at Sound View. Conn.
James 1. Hewitt, R. D, 6, Norwich. '
FARM for sale." Andovee. two miles
north of station, 60 acres. 15 tillage and
mowing, plenty of Wood, eight-room
house.' barn, wagon house, shed, three
henhouse, variety fruit, fine shade, trees,
horse,' cows;-p6ultry and farm tools, w.
K. tuner, Anflover. Conn. Tel. 85-53
u uiimaptic JJiy. . octlld
cn nq realize the value of
Having correctly written and
ind eugh fIRE lSUR-
ANLt. until you have your
FIRE and then it may be too
late. Let us do your worry?
ung fpr you
B, p. Learned & Co.
28 Shetucket Street
The Itepuhlican electors of the Town of
Norwich are hereby warned to meet in
caucus eX toe 'Town Hall In said Nor
wich ori Monday, Oct. 1$.' 19,22. 'at
o'clock iri thS evehing, for the purpose of
placing in nomination two candidates for
Representatives in the General Assembly,
and candidates for Justices of the Peace.
Dated at Norwich, Conn., this 10th day
of October, 1S22.
Per order of Republican Town Com
N ARTHUR, F. LIEBT, Chairman.
octlld ' ' -"
Five business buildinas on Main St..
increasing in value every minute. Large
house and larite lot . and money-making
woodyard, alV equipped i 'unusual invest
ment piece of property netting 25 per
cent. Thame'sville, three dandy bargains
in cottages. Near Williams St., erght
room house with considerable land, one
tqx. On Williams St.. a two-family
house of high class. Palatial house, gar
age for four, cars, one acre of land, loca
tion Broadway. Combined business and
resideatial section on W'est Side, good in
come. " , - ' 1
'List your farms and city property with
us, to sell quickly. We listed "over 35
COIT 6 S HOLES,
Tel. 22SS. House" 23S9 and 1506.
FOR SALE Automobll;
FOR SALE 1921 Light Six Studcbakcr,
can be bought right. Gardner's Sales and
t v. - - nn.l a. I
76 YEAFS ESTABLISHED
LIFE, AUTO. FIRE, ACtlDENT. In
fact all kinds of Insurance '"is writ
ten by '
HARQLD S. BURT
Phone a98-i 120 Laure hlill Ava.
Representative of Good, Beliabla
. ' Companies. "
All persons liable to pay taxes in OUS
jvwh ui i-suiLfi oiuumgion are nereoy
wamed to return to the Assessors, On oC
oeiore ine nrst oay or .November. 1922,
written or printed list, properly signed
and. sworn to, of all taxable property
owned by them on the first day of Octo
ber, 1922. ."' ' ' "
Those failing to return such a list will
be charged a penalty bf 10 per'cent. ad
ditional, as the law directs. - '.
"Blanks may be obtained of the As
sessor and, at Town Clerk's Office in
TiaVcd at North Stonington, Oct. 11.
C5j FRANK MINER.
CARROL r. MAINE.
JOHN B." VISRUT."'.
octljd ' Assessors.
WITTER BROS Anetionrs
Office and Salesrooms. 43 Main
St., Danleison, t5nn-?-
5TOC K AXD XOO.
Th.vbw..-Y. tiT. ir. u:t. v
! e'rlork a. to.
To settle the estalo of Vl., cnv
late of Thonipw?n. d--ai. and bv
virtue of the ,-der ,.f n,e Court uf
frobate. we diall tell fur catJi
coniiting of the remaie.i-r of th
ncrtf i .it lie. wliicli are l niilking
i' uw SiMiic. 13 quarts
Mrtnj, v,uerury iiu, rs and 1 Hol
steui and Jerix y h-if r. about id
low .s. 1 two-borne mower. 1 one-hor
moo. i jumiw-r tied.-3 ier;liK. 1 coot
cuuer. . i cucr press, a quantity o
wiuuk ines:ir ana several vineear
ban-els. 1 Concord buj;gy. 1 manure
'iitr in exceiiem condition. 2 ts
oi gooa .neavy learn harnesses and
col.ars. a good lead harness. 1 double
driving harness, a lot of other har-
nvtwes and collars. 1 wde hill plow
several other plows, cultivators and
weeuers. 3 lone; ladders, corn planter,
hay cutter. fuk!r cutler, 2 Cooley
creamery of different siz-s. with cream
cans. 1 large grindstone, abou; a Ion
of mowed oats, about a ton if old
horseshoes ami a lot .f other metals,
pipes tile, roofing, roofing pajier. poul
try wire, etc., a lot of nails, Ercw-s,
bolts, paints, oils, glas. etc., a num
ber of windows and window sashes
small farming and earpmter tools too
humerous to mention of all noris and
descriptions, togeihor with a lot of
furniture, consisting of chairs, couch,
rockers, tables, beds, stoves, etc.. and
sonic very old pieces, conflstir; of
spinning wheels, flax wheels, a carpet
loom, candle moulds, clocks etc.
THE FARM OF 1 1-S ACRES,
more or less located one mile east of
Thompson village, on the main road
to VJuauic. adjoining the well Ktiuwn
Fori Hill farm, will be offered for sale
at 1 o'clock p. m., sharp.' described as
follows: Situated on both sides of said
road, about 40 acres under cultivation
and remarkably well fertilized and
vonderful grassland, and the balance
in wood and pasture, several fruit
trees. Hundreds of cords of wooa on
the stump, lixcellent pastures watered
by never failing springs and broods.
House of 11 rooms. 2 1-2 stories, suit
able iot either one or two families.
recently paiicred and painted inside.
Outbuildinus consist of horse barn. 2
hay barns, large wagon and toof shed
garage,, shop, nos house, ice house and
wood house. A power gasoline engine
permanently set. with cement base. In
a separate building, goes with the
A PAIR OF SHETLAND TOMES.
mare and colt. S and 4 years old. re
spectively. the mother registered n
the American Shetland Pony associa
tlon and the Colt capable of registra
tion, with singie pooy basket carnage,
road wasron and harness.
It ptormy. sale will be held on the
first fair day thereafter at same hour.
A caterer will attend the sale.
The owner reserves the ritrht to re
ject any and all bids on the "farm and
ponies, tor inspection ot properly,
make appointment by telephoning rut
M. H. GEISSLER.
J, L, LATHROB & SONS
?$ Shetucket Street
INSURANCE OF ALL KINDS
Service, 31'9 Franklin St.
FOR SALE Cottage- eight rooms, all
improvements, three acres ot land, with
garage, in Tantic, Bean Hill section ; a
rare bargain ; must be sold at one? i' any
reasonable offer considered- " P," J.. Kerr
& Co:," Real ' Estate and Insurance, 10
Church St.' Tel: 17 or 1753-2. 'octlld
FOR SALE TWO cottage houses, si?
rooms each; in good section of Laurel
Hill, air improvements, reasonable -price.
W. F. Hill & Son, Thayer Bldg. 1 Tel; H7".
WANTED To buy farm in vicinity of
Norwich or New London. Wells L. Hale,
care William Hay; Storrs, Conn. octod
Experienced Car Salesman to sell mod-
crate priced passenger car, on commis
sion basis. ' A-I proposition. Giy ex
perience, history, etc., in, first, letter. Mar
ried man preferred. ' "
Address BOX i Bulletin. octSd
WANTED Property . of every descrip
tion to sell on commission basis. Bur
dick & McNiqol, - Thayer 1 building, Nor
wich. ' Sept29d '
WANTED Highest cash prices paid
for' second hand fdrniture, V household
goods,- antiques, store fixtures and tools
try m before seliing- N.' Weisinger, 22
ftlarke? tj Phone 537-S. ' -3y6d
AVANTED -Second hans antique fur
niture; best prices paid. -A. Bruckner;
IT Franklin SK 4 -Phone JT12-5. my30d
FOR SALE Besf dry hara wond ; hsiE
kets'or cord$; lowest prices. ' Phone 542.
e.nt 1 1 rt - - ' - '
FOR SALE Two yearjing registered
Ayrshire twits, on? ' new ItiiicH brown
Swiss heifdr. " John A.' Gallup. Ptainfield
Conn. ' ' t 'octlQcV
FOR" SALE 7.22 Ford roadster, been j
,n about YuO miles, cheap toy quick sale. J
FOR SALE Franklin, series 9, forfr-1
passenger, line, conaiuon, tnree new corp
tires, paipt like nevy Behrens 'Bush
ne'll, Saybrook, Conn. Phgne 21-5. oct!3r
FOR SALE One and one-half ton Fed
era! truck.-cab and-platform body, good
tires. Bcrhens Bushnell, Saybrook,
FOR SALE New and used Harley
Davidson motorcycles ; -prices reasonable ;
easy te,rrns. James ponovan, 9 Main
St. . - , octlOtf '
FOR SALE Sweet cider, 15 per barT
rel. Tel. 98-13 AVlllimanttc. - oct5 d
"10S Broadway '
Blank Boeka Mada and RuUd tojOrda;
.WILLIAM C. VO'CNG. Csntraetot ami
Bulldsr, Kill Work n4 Jobbl-ig. 60 T5s
Uala Bt. Vaunt tti. deeM
WANTED We nay highest nrlcea for
second hand furniture. Norwich Furnl
ture Co.. Breed Biag. 'i.ei. 1S14-S. Wi
buy. sell and exchange. ' Jelld '
WANTED Antiques, tools and second
hand furniture. H. B. Tiger, 55 Franklin
St. Phone 717-3. - janSld
WAXTED 100- farms for catalogue;
10 seres up, with or without stock; glv$
full particulars in first letter as to price;
size location and terms. P. O. Box. 105,
Jcw'ett City. Conn. j22d
WE BUI and pay highest prices for
second hand furniture and books.
Kremens, successor to King, 43-50 Water
St. Phone 1305. aeplSd 7
FOR ALE A few fine large White
Wyandotte cockerels; all' stock d'rect
from John L. Martin this spring. Don
ald Billiard. Tel. 1076-4,. " r octllWS '
FOR SALE At pnee. 175 Barrc'd Rock
pullets, about ready to lay. Tel.' 441-14
evenings. ' ,' ' " octHd 'i
WAXTED Fifty S. C. R. I. Red pul
lets. J, .It. Wi, , R. P. I. Norwich.
4-:l.l i n .
WILL PAY CASH
For Used Upright Pianos of any kind
Give us tho name and price you wan
for your instrument. .'
talking; MACHINE SHOP
24 fFtA,NKLIN SQUARE,
- FOR SALE Bull - calves. v pure bred
Holsteins; lierd tinder state and 'federal
supervision. Ponewah Pairy Bepartihent,
xaLLitie, iunii. OCt4u
FOR S4LE $1,000 wtl buy 6S-aero
farm, equally divided, a bargain. Fred
L. Ractne, Plaintif 14. J ponn Phons
Moosup 11S-2.- ' " ' " senl8d '
fOR SALE 19.19 Buickj model H44,
six cylinder runabout, good ' condition.
price 15530. Behrens 4: -Bushnell. bay
brook, Conu. , Phone 21-5.' ' " oetlSd
-UTTED METAL MFG.
Nofyvich, . . . . Conn.
All persons liable to pay taxes in tl
Town of Spracuo. State of Connecticut.
are hereby notified that I have a warrant
to levy and collect a tax of six (6) milte
oh the list as made by the Board; of As
sessors and perfected by the Hoard of
Relict or said Town for the year 1321
due and payable -Nov. 1. 1922.
All persons n-g'.cctinr this' notice will
be proceeded against as directed by the'
laws of this State.
'For the hurnace of collecting this tax,
I 'shall 'Tic nt 'the Town Clerk's Oniee.
Baltic.'' in ' said Sto-ague. all Wednesday's
and Satiir!ay! durinc the mouth of No
vember, from 10 a. m. to 12 m., and from
2 p. m. to 7- p. my '
After Pec. 1st. 1922. Interest -at the
rate of nine (9) per cent, will be added
from the time thesa taxes became due.
I All taxes must be naid direct I lo the
,Tax Collector and all bills receipted bv
, him. If by mail, enclose stamp i( you
, wish receipt. " ' ' ' ' ; ' '
; Pated at Sprsguc. Conn., this" 7th day
, of October, 1922. '' .
" JAMES M'GUIRE
oct78 Tax Collector.
Will . be sold at public auction, on a
count of having sold my farm, known ai
Gales -1 ill. just west of Gardner Lake oi
Tuesday. OCT- .. n:s.
at 19 otclock a. s-w
the following property: 5 very good cow
(all in'inilkr; 1 One 6 year old bors (13n'
pounds), . lii'l chickens. turkeys. p
scese. ducks. 1 pair pigeons; rabbits
6 tons hay, 2 tons oat nay. lj" shock;
corn tnot huekeu'i. 3" imsnris poiaiors
1 two-horse mowing machine. 1 t-uitna-
tor, 1 separator, I sleigh. I lumper
on. 1 bugiry. 1 wheribarrow. 1 ight har
ness. 1 heavy Harness, l icci chut.
hound d"T igcx-d hunter), and man:
other articles not mentioned. If storniy
next fair week uay.
R. F. P. No. 4. I'-'.ix IS. Ci'lchCeter. -octlld
FOR SALE 191S five-passenger Over
land,' 'Continental 'motor, Gppdyear. 'cord
tires, une running condition, price jsocf.
Behrens " & ' Bushncil, Saybrook, Conn.
Phone-81-S. - ' - ' ' " - octl3d '
FOR SALE 1920 Podge touring car in
excellent condition". Jnquire at .29 Win
chester1 gt.,1 or Call 1916. " ' " oetlSd
-Nash, sport model, 1920;
e dition ; also 191 1 Buick,
in first class coi
with winter top, -in -one condition. Phone
FOR SALE Ford deliverer wth-'self-startel',
in good condition; must be sold
at once. Phone H93-3. ' octI2d '
GOLD,. SILVER, NICKLE, COpp.ER,
AND. BRASS. ELECTROPLATING.
' Jlf tiAiyILTp,N AVEtiUE
NORWICH, CONN. -TELEPHONE
C04L AND WOOD.
COAX' AND SEA.SOXED WOOD and
kindlings In large or small quantities.
Photie 604 or 1328-2. F.., Shapiro. Willow
St., formerly Purke Lane, octlld
WllEX TOU TTXT to put ypur husl
nBj Tiefure' Mi'e fmBifc, there is no medi
um better than through the advertising
columns of' The Bulletin.
Whitest one Cigars are $70 per thousand.
,. i. F. COX ANT. 11 Franklin St.
Pt ?m W4 Bath
On West Main Street
c JAMES t-CASE
' , Telephone 876
FQR SALE or exchange for horned caU
tie! one ton and a half truck in good run
ning condition. W. J. Bowler," West Wil
lington. Conn.' Tel. 619-14. ' octlOd '
'TOR SALE Three and' one-halt "ton
truck, on easy terms, or trade for (ourlng
car. ' Tel. 617-12. Geo.' Lambert.' Occum:
Octlld ' - '! '
USED CARS boushit. sold
changed; cars ot all makes. Adams Tav
ern" Gajage, Norwich' Josyn. T. Ethier,
ar. . jiugioo
r.N. D tALLPApER
FOR SALE Paint. $1.75 per gal., reg.
ular $2.50 grade; wallpaper, 10c per rolL
Max Blazer, 1S3 West Main $t.v next to
h-! Star-brr. "'" " " '' " " ' myld
this is the time to arranijo lor land-
fca'yt; work." ot wliicu we m::2 a speeia'l-
Ue'iuiuis urfi-ou)iea, n ceoar at.
hone W. marl.d
CARS IN ANY CONDITION ,
NORWICH AUTO WRECKING CO.
''WeTear 'em Down' and'Seir the
" Fieces.7 " '
Next to Svyan'a Garag
Phono' 2110 ' ' '
FOR SALE Horses
- JUST ARRIVED.
Mv horses are- here on time, and they
are a nice lot big" ones, light onev and
chunks, single and in pairs, all ready to
go to wort? Prices low tor ne kioo.
come and see tnem. xei. ojs-. ,
- ELME3 R. P1ERSON.
FPR SALE A horse, weighing 1600
lbs. or move, good worker and Will sell
cneap. Adarcss James vj. iayior, iner
row," Conn.- ' ' 1 octlld
when Oii rtAKi to out your bust
tiiass liciwe the public, there is no medi
um belter than through the advertising
columns oi The FiietJi.
ERNEST p. -'
i " BULLASO
Teacher of the
- Phpne. 127,-1
I Have a Few
Outfits 'te' Lend. -,
rnaYal an Sale
By November 1st my busi-
Town Hons- n Satimh-Oct 14. mr. Vf !M r 'Vt '"'
from n o'clork a. rri. niilll 5 o'clock p. m.. on mv nwn DremiSeji No. J
to examine the" oUHliBcatious of electors UI VWU lJ.ca.lu-j .-w.
VYirichester flace, laure tiui,
vvnere, witn letepnopc von-
. . m ' ' ' . . .' 1 - .
nection, 1 hope to auena 10
&U "rder I may be grYen. " In
the time bemg, o reduce
stock, ! wl make cash sales
r' anything I have a. atUic
PLUMBING ANP SHEET METAL
- ' ' WORK '
23 West Maui St, Norwich
The Selectmen and Town Clerk of the
Town of Preston will be in r.e:Kion at the
and admit to the ' elector's oath- lhoe-
whose1 names apoear on ihe liM "To I'.e
Made" atiil Shall be fi,und qualified.
A. M. FULLUR. '
i; W. FOOTK.
O. V. SHEDD,
at Preston, Conp.. Oct 10,
helen l. perkins
Phone 55a-a-. Studied, Alic 0td
LOST "AND FOU.ND
lost Between" Westerly and Norwich
small olack and white cat.' female, an-
Swers'to "name Betina.. tw front legs
white, black face; si rewara. j. r.
Cooley; Mathewson Mill Station, Westerly
trolley line. " octua
FOUND A fountain pen.
41 West 'Main St. " :
" LOST "Wednesday,
tween Norwich and
Call 1876-21. '" "' "
'a sample case, be
t.ost Tn'Danlelson depot. Thursday,
a biiiich of lteya. Findei1 leavp at Casino
restaurant, v,vi',". r.iv- tnu
1 WHEN TOU WAXT tl. rut your busi
ness before the public, there is" no medi
um better than through the advertising
colimns or, ;rne liunetin.
(test pluicblag ey
the fan est prices
axteea. aiso iieatlnc'snd safltUng.
' Wt Mai '- '
job:v f. tomp
The Democratic electors of the Town
of, Norwich' are hereby warned to meet
in caucus1 at the Town Hall' in Norwich
on. Tuesday. Oct. I7th. 1322. at 8 o'clock
in the evening; for' the purpose of nlaclni:
in nomination two candidates for Repre
sentatives in the General Assemb!1, and
candidates tor Justices of the Peace. v
Dated at Norwich, tliis 13th day of
October. V922. ' - - -.
Per order Town Committee.
WILLIAM H. CALL.AHAN. Chairman.
The Selectmen ad Town Clerk of the
Town of Norwich will be at the Town
Hall "at said' Norwich on Saturday. Oct.
Mtir.'tvs:; ana saturnay. uct..2ist. iiz,
from l a. m. to 1 p. hi.; and from 2 p. m.
to i p. m., to examine the qualifications
of electors, and to admit to the elector's
oath all those persons who shall be fountl
qualified and whose names appear on the
list" prepared by the Registrars bf Voters
in ljsa under tne fine "lo Be iap;."..
CASPER K. BAILEY, ' ' - ' .
CHARLES P. BUSHNELL.
KRROLL O. WLL1BRIDOB. ;
CHARLES B. HOLBROOlC.
octlld T ' r' Town nerk.'
A. O. THOMPSOX, F. S.: rhlropo1ist.
Foot Specialist (protect your feeli. Suite
7-8 Alice Bldg.. 321 Main St., Norwich,
uonxi. irntne laoo-s. jan3ia-
DR. HARVEY GOLP
147 WEST MAIM STREET
' TELEPHONE 1399
DR. HARRY PROTASS
161 Main Street, Over Woolworth'a
Telephone' 5f3 ' ' riorvyieby Conn
H bh-ttket fit.
DR. C rV CHAMSERLA1N
M'Gror' BldaV ' 'isorwiohl Cjnn.
TIIFIIP is no ad'.'eniMis l-e-l;uTi V
Eastern Connecticut etiuai to Tne fctk it
tin for busioesa resuHs.