NORWICH BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER IS, 1922
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rIRRK In Norwich. Oct. 13. 1922.
a cinuirhier to Mr. and Mrs. Oti S.
1 airbanks of Laurel Mill avenue.
CARPENTER In Jewett City, Oct. IT,
!:; a sun. Keaneth Wilson, io Mr. i -
and Mrs. U M. Carpenter.
WANTKD Position as housekeeper by
woman with small child. Mrs. Drat,
242 Washington St Phone 1728. octllid
tr.M BTTNSOS In Norwich
WAnte Position at housework fo
wo:i.sin -with baby; American; competent.
jConn. Children's Ad Society, Room 10,
i brown 'I'hucisor.' BWf., Hertford. Conn.'
1 Gctliin ' - ' ' -.
I , I- . Hunk. Ugnl 1 1 , - - - - . .. . .
lWrs nd Miss Elsie A. SUnson, both i i'-UouKtteewr ; fiddle ased
. T . . WOMtiu preferred : fatcilv of three. Amerl-
.ncuress imos. io-t 16s, sterimg,
rK.VttERt..4D CATANAVC.H In
w iH,rintw Oct. 17. 1952. bv Rev. J.
F. Clark. AVIrr C'bamlxrland of Willi-I t -'.NTBD--GirJ for genera! housework.
mt.e nod Mira Catherine J. Cava- !A.y Jt nnAvjJroomliijB, -"octrJd
cases of t bapo. ' ' j h akViiV --At Connecticut XgricVtural
rorBRT SMim In Danielson, CoU-ge, Cilorrs. Conn., a young woman as
On. iV. 113. ly fle. J. VT. IIouoX. ic.Wrk c college -dicing 'hall; Must be
Jm.i McQnrn of Proollrn. N. Y., I typist; also a wonts to work in serving
and Mita Kath S. SrrjUl ol Danieumn. ronnv Apply in person or write "K. if.
- ' K'srv, i-torre. Conn. ' oetlid
FUW:F(AL ri'JTICEi i wYntED Housekeeper, full' charge ;
lt BTTT In Dales Ferry. Oct. Id. j pood position. T. H. Kealy.. So.' Windham.
. ; u. H-'nry Woodbrldce Ilurlbutt aged i ocU4d I 1 v
, ; hi. rcsidt!.""! oflTt ap
y affrnoon, Ott 19, at
it rr At Columbus,
:V.:. J-.irs B. Aaivrart. j
t- rvie-e will be held at 48 Shan-i
s.y tf.-rt. New London, Cotm.. on I
" "urAoav. Ort. lj. at 2 p. m Rela
tives and friends invited to attend.
IIBINJOX-In Norwich. Oct. 17. 1922,
Van v., wife of the late Thomas B
Rnhinsrn. seed It yars.
Funeral at her late home. No. 43 'Wil
liams street, Thursday afternoon. Oct
19. at ! 30 o'clock. Burial in family
o!o in Yantie cemetery.
SlU.Uin In Norwich. Oct. 15. 192?,
Hansford P. Williams.
Cerrirea will be held at the grave In
FVewf Neck cemetery Wednesday
afternoon. Oct If. at 3 o'clock.
CAftQ OF THANKS
W take this way to thank all oor
friends and the G. A. R. for every at of
Ic'tidnes shown us at the recent death of
nf father: also to all those who sent
f iwers. and especially those who sang at
MPS. MINNIE EOMISTON,
MRS. PAUL SCHLOUOH,
JrfRS GRACE TAGUE,
In family at two.
"Wnte Bo 98. Bulletin
J5 MAIN STREET
HENRY E. CHURCH
WM. SMITH ALLEN
' WASTED If you have a runabout or
coupo to sell reasonably, sive ipe all par
ticulars. Box Y JbulieUn. . oetlid
WASiT'ED--'Workmsrmen to buy odd
ooata at J3.5-4 7i ; we have pants and
vests to match them ; all suit fi.So ; north
ing1 better for the money. - Lv PoUoek, 327
Main St, onp. postoliice. octl8d
AV ANTED Kxtra good single driying
harness. W. S. Case, Norwich Town.;
'6ctlWT"M ' ."' , '
""wANTED-Heated room and board in
private family for middle aed lady by
Nov.' 1, with refined family; . Writs Box
K. N., BoUetin. . : - octSd
WANTED To biry a cider press, hand
power. James Kane, 9 Main et.r wiiii-
mantic, Uonn. ocLJ-o
1 WANTED To purchase a small cot
tage or bungalow at Falls or Norwich
Town; must be in good condition" and
good residential section. Write P. O. Box
99. Norwich. 'pctlSd
WASTED Workingme to comajind
sea the new stock of odd coats at 3.a-
34.95 ; good enough to wear to Mas.:
pants to match them at J2.75 ; complete
suits. $5. 95. h. Pollock, 327 Main St,
W. postofflce. ' " -octllW
WANTED Daily; - from 50 to 100
quarts milk. Sam Sisco, 169 Jvorth
Main St ' octl7d '
Glen Woolen Mills
WANTED Man for woodworking
shop ; one who understand woodworking
machinery ; no other need apply. v B. V
Perry, Danielson. oetl8d
WANTED Experienced baker helper,
8 -Hunter's Ave Taftville. Call' between
8 and 9 in morning or 4 and in after
WANTED Position as chief electri
cian in or "near Norwich; experienced;
employee! at present, write c. K. JS.,
SEE THE LABGEST sauash that ever
was, banging in our window.- Some regu
lar pipes ooo eacn ; ' iocktite" tobacco
pouch $1 each, and a lot of etcetrea,- at
Pagan's Smoke Shop. v octl7d
WANTED .Mitifa-zinfa. 11. t.', tier' hun
dred ; newspapers, 60c per hundred; rags.
1. hundrsa; also highest cash prioes
paid for scrap metal and other junk. We
Will call anywhere. Mutual Waste and
ltetnf Co..' 319 W. Kaui St Phone 27.
FOR SALE Letters- and Messages of
the Presidents, 2w vol., cost $lld.5V, will
sell for J76 ; they are as received, never
unpacked. Write" Box B. X., "Bulh't m Of
uee. ; . ; ." Oct ."t W .
EOB SALE It is rare that one is able
to purchase such a cottage as we offer on
Soule ift.'i Jwett City, at such an inter
esting figure ;' please don't delay in look
ins this property over. For further in-'
formation, inquire of Uurdick. & McNieol,
Thayer Bldg., Norwich. octl8WF
FOB SALE In Lebanon, 168-acre
farm, ' nciudiruj splendid orchard. 40 acres
tillage, balance woodland and pasture. 15
raorrf house, with all improvements. V-or
further particulars, Call Lebanon 45-5.
r FOR SALE Beautiful mahogany Was
serman upright piano, must bo sold iat
sacrifloe, aa owner ' is moving term if
desired. Call Wednesday . evening between
f and 8. Mr, Caulfteld. 128 Maple St.
octlfd - 2 I-"- ,; -
FOB SA-I A yvrs aroducjiv SO-acra
farm," with stock, tools and crops grown
tbw aojowe , raai't lecaiioa. Eurdiri
& McNicol, "Bhayer Bid., Norwich. octlSd
FINE t'Ol'STEY HOME,
just outside city, new house, six rooms
and bath,, all improvements ; ovor an
acre and " one-half, level land.; with
fruit trees? rIn'' abundance ; " healthful
location,1 pieiuresa.u(i- surroundings.
Consult : . . ' .' y '- -
- ' Franklin 'Wqnare, -' " :"
Telephones S288. SS89, 1596.
C. J. KINC-
fori sAlE Sweet cider. $14 per bar
rel, delivered. Saul Rothstein, North
Franklin. Tel. Lebanon 23-13. octl8d
WANTED If your
cleaning. Call 1924.. '
" " " . octfid
HIGHESTv prices paid lor usea furni
ture and antiques. Louis D. Ward. Box
389,, Norwich. : ' jyUMWy
' WANTED Property of every descrip
tion to sell on commission basis. Bur
dick & McNicol, Thayer building-. Nor
wich. ' Sept29d.
FOR SAL Our list of two-family
Souses is ootnplete.
" We still have two cottages in Thames
vllle left; '..' , j.
On School St. two houses can be bought
with a small payment down.
" Jiis think, a place of ten acres, six-roona-J
house. - bam. : cement floor, coops,
etc, three acres- of fertile soil and seven
Of pasture for $1,700 ; part cash.
- One fins Knabe piano, cost 700. ' SeH
at a great sacrifice.
"COIT & SHOLES, on the Square.
Fhone 2288. octl8d
- NEW B-EGS from old carpets; send us
your old carpets and have them made into
servioealyle fluff rugs ; free booklet.
Springfield Economy Rug Co.. 17 Taylor
St, Springfield, Mass. octlSWF .
FOR SALE Two-horse team wagon,
two-horse ' dump cart, Gallivan manure
spreader, one horse cheap, good cows due
freshen this winter. Address Box 31,
Pomfret Center, or Phone 244-3 Putnam
t)iv. - , , ' octlSd "'
! At the Centrat Building, Room 29, Nor
unJi, Conn., modt-ra and antique furni-
lure. iuut3j chairs, betla. china, glass,
comforters, spreads.- and other things loo
nuaauruus to mention.
THIRSBAV, OCT. 1, 1S,
at i o'clock . a." :
. . HERBERT LVCASL
LOST AND FOUND
-- ... s FOB SALE. . ; . '
Two-tenement liouiie," eix rooms each
lor car, on iast aide, o minutes -walk
from yranklin sTLjoare. lJt ftiH particu
lars, see .
, , A. V. COTELLO.
Tel. 1527-3. i9S Cliff 8t
. UILI.4 KEST FARM '
100 acres, 1 1-2 miles from -village, Tt. R.
station and state road. 40 acres tillage,
dark-loam sure crop soil. 60 acres pasture
and woodland, 2 thrifty, apple orchards.
1,000 cords of good marketable, wood.
room house." just like new. new' stock
ba.m, othtr farm buildings all good, .and
$3,700 buys it; very -easy terms.
' TRYOXS - AGENCY,
Willimantic Conn. .-
LOST Saturday, a wrist watch, be
tween Backus Hospital and Williams St.,
or on troliey that gets ulo Square at i
p. in. ; name upon it. Leave at Bulletin
uaice. uewaro. - octlSd
LOST Friday, . black-whdu-tan bearle
Binder call 1942-2. octlSd
1- l V U Came to- m-v houm Simrtav
yellow aad' vhita ' imale dog. Owner
an i - - . , ,. octl7d
wanted for territory in Connecticut and
nearby states representing a non-competitive,
universally nsed mechanical tool
selBng for $25 to $35 ; opportunity to
build profitable business with ' compara
tively small investment. Write AHen &
Irvejoy, Inc., 28! Jdadiaon Ave., New
Tork. - octl8d '
' EARS $110 to $350 monthly, expenses
i paid, as railway traffic inspector ; posi
j lion guaranteed after three months' spare
opportunities. W rite for free "booklet
07: Stand. Business Training Inst,
Buffalo, Bi. Y. v. seplSW -
Commisgs & Ring
322 Main Street
Chamber ef Cvmrnerc Building
rhein 238-2 Lady Assistant
DAY OR MIGHT
WANTED First cbss waiter ; also
waitress. ' O'Leary's, New London.
octlTd ' ' - ' -
WANTED At once, four seat appear
ing young men for outside salesmen. Ap
ply tn person at 9 o'clock sharp ; steady
position. Schwaxts Bros. octlTd
WANTED Sub-branch manager, to
represent large corporation in 'local terri
tory, calliag on established trade. ' Foe
particulars, write W. A H. Walker, Inc.,
Room 707, Pilgard Bldg.. Hartford, Conrf.
oct Ud - . "' ' - ' . r--
NORWICH men over 17,' become rail
war mail clerks; commence $1 34 'month;
steady; common education sufficient j list
positions free; write immediatrly. Frank
lin Institute, Pent Jl-N.,; Rochester, N. T.
WANTED Highest cash prices paid
for second hand furniture, " household
goods, antiques, store fixtures and tools;
try me before selling. N. Weislnger, $2
Market St' Phone 637-ii. Jy6d -
WANTED Second harm antique fur
Biture; beat prices paid. ' A- Bruckner,
I' Franklin St.' Phona 712-5. my30d.
VAKTKu We pay highest prices for
second hand furniture. Norwich Furni
ture Co. Breed- Bldg. Tel. 1914-$. ' f
buy. sell and exchange. ' jelld '
WAKTI D Antiques, tools and second
hand furniture. H. B. Tiger. 55 Franklin
6t ' Phone 717,-$. : , JanSltl
- FOB SAJUE Pure bred Holstein-Frei-
sian bull calf, born June 23. 1932 sired
by Hollywood Glen Alexia Segis, son of
the world's record 2 year old, and only
double 42-bnll in New England t dam is
Machuset Seeman Fayne. whose record of
milk production in 94 days endine Oct
I, 1922. is 492Z.1 pounds, testing 3.8 per
cent butterfat; will sell or exchange for
anything 1 can use. William S. Brown,
Sfiepard Hill Farm; Central Village. Conn
Tel. Moosup 38-12. ; ": octVSW "
- WANTED 100 farms for catalogue;
1 acres up, with or without stock; g!ve
full particulars in first letter as to price,
aiae location and term. P. O. Box 10S.
JewetCity.'Conn. " ' Jy22d
WE BUI and pay hichest prices for
aeoood hand furniture and ' books.
Kremens, successor to lung, 48-50 Water
St. ' " Phone 1305. aepljd
WAITED Two Men to Join a
Party to Florida by Machine. Tele
ph(ne 521-3, Nights 14-13. -
WANTED Two farmhands, good milk
ers. John Williams. T- 197-14 Jewett
WANTED An experienced hardware
clerk, with knowledge of builders' hard
ware especially. Address A. K care
Bulletin Co. octtd
WILL PAY CASH
For Used Upright Pianos of any kind.
ive us the name and price you want
for your instrument.
ALKING MACHINE SHOP
TWO GOOD AUTO
MOBILE SALESMEN '
Julian L. Williams
25 TOWN STREET
. BOYS WANTED
If YEARS OLD OB OVER.
STEADY WORK OGOD WAGES.
EXCELLENT ' CHANCE '' FOB: AD
ATLANTIC C A ETON CORPORATION,
SOUTH GOLDEN St.
Experienced Car Salesman to sell mod
erate priced passenger car. oa commis
sion basis. A-t proposition. .Give ex
perience, history, etc., in first letter. Mar
ried man preferred. -
Address BOX 18. Bulletin. octSd
Shea & Burke
41 Main Street
THE NEW YORK, NEW HAVEN &
HARTFORD RAILROAD C0Pij,NY
j Rojlar.. positions for competent
men whose work if satisfactory aat
MachJnIat-Sc to 75o pet hour
Boilermaker 87c to 75c per hour
Blacksmiths $c to ?6c per hour
Armature Wiudrs-Hia and, 76c
GEORGE G. GRANT
Undertaker and Embalraer
U PROVIDENCE T, TAFTVILLE
Xht Henry Allen & Son Co.
M MAIN STREET
Vi iy Aasistaat Telephone 410-2
DAY OR NIGHT
Nmkh and Jewett City
Car Inspectors & Repairmen 13c per
Helpers first year 5 cents per hour
The above rates are those agreed upon
wun committee ot Mechanical AM
partmunt Association. " -
This is not a strike against the rail
road; it is a strike wasted asalnst
reduction in rates of pay ordered by
the 1'aited States Eaitroad Labor
ceara, eaecurs July i, is:$.
Apply 8:00 A. M, to (:M P. M. to
Ass't Buperintendent's offloe. Union
ptationew n4oa, Coifn,
R, M. SMITH, Asst Superintendent
New York, Now Haven 4 Hartford
R, R. Cacnpaay
-ntEEf, ola ah rubs, Blanta and
. J'rpriji ttaraery Co. Tel
li-l. r .-e oeiwury. aprld
ao m year flowers at Geduidia'a
' .meono s-ML 7 St Paone kit.
T"' 1 the rne ta vatft for laad-wf-k,
weiefc ii na.s a apacial
r. On' ouft Grwatmm. 7 Cadar at,
j mi t-M. marlld
t'.Mmk Csla ta4e and Ruled to 0r4t
JQS. HALL & SON, Inc.
Trading Coy$ MSI V
Two Girls, also Young Man
Troy Stesm Lsjundry
232 Fradkiin Street
AN I KT EE MEDIATE FRAtLE TENDER
FOB NMKT WBX.
ASSTLAKD COTTON CO.
WHK TOW WAFT le put yon bw.
w omore tne twne. mere ia no as.i
better n.a jitrourh toe adverUatsf
FOB SALE Lacjre Berkshire boar.
Turnpull, Wauwecus Hul, Norwich Town,
FOR SALE Kitchen stove - mcludmc
hot water, front, in A-l condition : also
25 bound volumes of Marion Crawford's
works. Phone 170. octl7d
FARat for sale: 115 acres. 2a acres
timber 30 ' acres pasture, 80 acres under
cultivation, 10-room house, silo, barn.
shed, hen houses, 125 hens. 2 horses. 2
plows, gasoline -engine, wagons,' mowing
machine -and other ' agricultural imple
ments, one and a half miles from mills.
steam railroad and trolley cars. Anplv
George N. Vidal. Lock Box 645. Arctic
R. I. ' Also 9 head of cattle. " oct!7d
LOST Wednesday, a sample cam. he
tween Norwich' and Fitchville. Finder
.ait jisc.o-zi. - octlZd
LOST In - Danie&mn depot. Thursday
a bunch of kevs. Finder leave at I'uinn
Restaurant, panielson. Keward octl4d
An old established general store with
large stock of goods, located in nearby
village, . consisting of buildinss with
rental income, also a tract of land.
There is also a postoffice with a large
salary connected with the store ; a rare
opportunity to purchase home and big
income, -near church,- school and trolley.
Owner retiring on account of ill health.
For full particulars, inquire
FBANC1S D. DONOHCE,
Central Bldg. Fhone. Norwich.
FOR SALE Garaere of 4.05 souare
feet, two-story high all cement building;
this garage is fully equipped and doing a
splendid business as general repair and
supply station, located on main highway
through Norwich. Conn., a rare chance
tor a live wire m this business; a new
bungalow of seven rooms, with all "im
provements, all hardwood floors, with
garage and large lot, 10 minutes' walk
from Franklin Square, on car line, a bar
gain for someone if bought now. For
information, inquire of t. J. ' Kerr." 10
Church St., Norwich, Conn. Tel. 17B3-3
or 147. octl7d
"FOR SALK-rrOne new milch cow and
calf, age years, grade Jersey. George
Sherman. Tantlc.- octlTd
FOB SALE A cottage on North Main
St.. Jewett City, with modern improve
ments; will be sold on easy terms and at
a very attractive figure. 'Burdick & Mc
Nicol, Real Estate and Insurance, Thayer
Bldg., Norwich. octl7d
FOR SALE Magee kitchen range, sec
i ;ary, oak settle and mirror, tables, etc.,
I "Winchester Place. octl'd
FOBi- SALE Second hand brick and
doora, cheap. Can be seen at Julian
Terrace, or Call 739-2. octl7d
PRINTIHO ef all kiaos promptly a4
Hany oone. Ksumataa promptly aad
cberffnliy given. The iruieus Ca a
F0r SALE Automobi!;a
FOB SALE One ISM Reo truck, first
class " mechanical' oondiUon. '" ; tieorge
Tutreault Versaiiiea. . oc.lid
FOB SALS 1931 Hudson sedan, excel
lent condition. Pbune 1S29" ' -octUd
FOR SALE One large 1922 Peerless
sedan. T pass., as good as new." Coit k
fekioles. Tek 2288. " octl84
FOB SALE 1923 Maxwell tourlnzhaa
been run 'very little, car us in fine ojmji
tion. 115 North St - - - odlvd
FOB SALE 499 Chevrolet '22 touring;
pnee rignt Apply lim iloushtons Stu
4jd,SkitnBon Vuiiding.: f- - octlTd
. FOB SiLE-lSiTxiodie, panl Body!
diiycry. driven $,500 miW. oricmat tirea.
one spare, new. . car gijacantewl : price
$795. Baxinet. 1$ Pfospect st;; Wiltlman
tic. 1 Phone 2284. ' ' - . ' "octnd
WANTED Ton to receive, free, a fB
half pound package of Br. Hess Poultry
i'an-a-ce-a. do to any dealer named be
low and get free a full half pound pack-1 ear. Tel. $1
age of I'an-a-ce-a, enough for 2 bene I - octl Id-
two vwks. Just let that sample show you
what Pan--ce-a will do for. say one
dozen hens. See it start the sons- and
scratch and cackle and the laying. Get
your package now from any of these deal
ers: Clias. Slosberg & Son, Norwich Grain
v.0.. me i antic uraan and Products Co
Vnntic . ,e . .
FOB SALE Pope-Hartford one-hail
ton truck, in A-l condition, braKd Dew
tires. Can be. seen at No. Main St.
octlSd '- -
FO SALE 1921 Light Six Studebaier.
can be bought right. Gardner's Sales and
bjcrvlce.' 31 Franklin 8t ' - ect!4d '
FOB SALE or exchanre for hornmt rat
tle; one ton and a half truck in good run
ning condition. W. i. Bowler. West Willing-ton.
Cons. Tel. 819-14. octlOd '
FOR SALE Three "and one-half tnn
truck,' on easy terms, or trade for touring
n. oeo. iamoert, uccum.
ESED CAM bnnrM. ttUt ami
ohaoiKwi: ears of all make Adams Tav
ern Garage, i Norwich Town. T. Ethler.
FOR SALE Ten -acre poultry farm.
fiwi uunumgs, nne water supply. T. t.
laylor, it p. 6. Norwich, Conn. oc18d
FOR RALE A few fine large" White
yandotte cockerels ; all stock direct I
from John L. Martin this spring. Don-1
aiq tiunara. Tel. 107S-4. oetllWS
OF SIX ROOMS AND BATH,
NO. 230 MT. PLEASANT ST.,
LOT 30x160 FEET.
PRICE 914,000. '
JAMES L. CASE
40 SHETUCKET STRRET
ok SALE Pullets, late May and
early June hatched White Leghorns and
K. I. Reds, breeding cockerels. 100 Nor-1
wicli automatic feeders and exercisers, as I
good as new. Birchwood Farms Co..
1 nomas W. Moore. Mgr. Tel. Moosup I
NORWICH Auto and Truck Paint Shoo:
all work guaranteed. Joseph Ferry, Pond
rnone - octl2
TONIGHT Store your car
Brothers' Garage. Ferry Bt : two wed
TO BENT Small furnished apartment
Mrs. Congdon, 82 McKinley Ave. octlSd
FOR RENT Furnished ' light house
keeping rooms, 6 Carter Ave., Kast Side.
-- octlSd' ' ' - - - -
Furnished room, -106
' " octlSd
TO BENT Large front room at Stei
ner residence, 77 Church St. - octlSd
TO RENT Inquire about this rent of
seven rooms, Nov. 1st. Coit & Snotes,
TO KENT Tenement four rooms! mod
ern improvements, 324 Boswell Ave.
TO RENT Four rooms suitable for
light housekeeping or for offices. In
quire 202 Main St. octl'd
TO RENT Cottage six rooms, all im
provements; possession Nov. 1st. Call
1005-2. ' oc-tl7d
FOR SALE "Two adiomine farms of
1S3 acres. 100 acres woods and timber,
houses, 2 barns. 2 com cribs. 8 hen
houses, 100 peach. 50 aoole. 4 nlum. 3
pear trees; will sell cheap for quick cash
saw : miles irom Norwich, near Nor
wich and Westerly state road and trolley
line. Stowe. R. D. No. 1. Norwich. Conit
COAX, AND WOOD
FOR SALE Good slab Wood. MtnVA
lengths. Address J. H. Rathbone, Nor
wich Town. B B No. 9, or Cail 1281-3.
ectitd -v ... -
FOB SALE Best drv hara tmaA h-
kets or cords; lowest prices.; Phone 542.
COAL AND SEASONED vnan ri
kindlings in large or small quantities;
Phone 604 or 1325-2. R. Shapiro, Willow
01., lormeriy jjurkeo Lane. octlld
Whitestone Cigars are $70 per thousand.
f. msasT, 11 renkiin St.
NEW LONDON ONE
FARE Comfortable Staterooms
Ready for Occupancy at
7:30 P. M.
FOR SALE Stove, Village Crawford.
practically new. Can be seen at .12
Slater Ave. ' octl6d "
FOR SALE Old fashioner!. ' mnir earpri
black 'and tan fox hounds i thtee 15
months pups, one 5 years, and an A-l
hunting dog. B. C. Greene, Columbia.
FOR SALE Confectionery store, doine
good business, $1,000 only, part cash. In
quire the American Confectionery, Willi
FOB SALE Two bedroom sets, one
parlor set and some dining room furniture.
Mrs. Wuttkey, 115 Roath St. octl2d
TO KENT Furnished
heat, 46 Church St.
TO RENT Five rooms and bath, fur
nished," for small family, modern improve
ments. Apply 11 Grove St., or Call 733-2.
your car at Hayes I
equipped washstands. Taxi service. Twe
seven-passenger cars to rent ' TeL 221 L
THERE IS MERIT in our work: try it.
Imperial Garage Co., Chestnut St Phone
ALTO TOPS, radiator covem nirtaina
slip covers and tire covers, renptioleter-
wg. an nuias q antos. J oa. Angaraao,
Pond St Phone 1397.
FORD 816. DODGE l.8.
BCICK, OVERLAND. BBISCO. CHBV.
ROLET, OAKLAND, ESSEX$1V
Thene are onr new prlcee en Hartferd
Batoj-lcs, all goaraBteed 18 meaMis.
1017-22 model, with shell, $1.
Ill 17-2-1 model, withoat sheil, $1.
1911-10 model, 817.40.
Ford Truck model, $25, ' '.
All Brass Honejeomb Radiators
THE JOHNSON CO,s
107-109 Franklin St., Norwich, Conn.
FRANKLIN SEDAN ,
Julian 1U Williams
25 TOWN STREET
THE STAR CAR
WILL BE ON
TO BENT Furnished apartment of
five rooms, centraly- located, with heat
and all modern improvements. Phone
930. . ;.' oct!6d
TO RENT Furnished
McKelvey. 11 Elm St.
TO' RENT Room with kitchenette for
light housekeeping, 27 Division St. - .
TO RENT Three or four room apart
ment, furnished or unfurnished. Write
A. A., Bulletin. octl6d
TO RENT Furnished
TO RENT One single room, by day
or week. Phone 769-3. oct!4d
FOB SALE Six-room cottase. A-l con
dition, large lot. fruit trees, two chicken
eoops, only $2.i00, must be seen to appre
ciate ; two-family ho&Se in Greeneville,
six rooms each apartment, extra lot,
chicken coop, $3,400 ; other bargains,
houses, farms, etc. ; look my list over be
fore buying. Further information, inquire
of John G. Cheneski, 18 Bath St. octl2d
FOR SALE Two cottage houses, six
rooms each, in good section of Laurel
Hill, all improvements, reasonable price.
W. F. Hill & Son, Thayer Bldg. Tel. 147.
FOR SALE Sweet cider, $15 per bar
rel. Tel. 98-13 Willimantic. oct5 d
FOR SALE $1,000 will buy 68-acre
farm, equally dtvided, a bargain. Fred
L'. Racine, Plainfleld. Conn. Phone
Moosup 113-2. senl8d
Leave New London Daily (Except
Sunday) 11 P. M, J
Due N, T-.Pier 49. N, JLj 7 A. JL
Reduced rates ort automobiles when
accompanied by passenger.
Ths New England Steamship Co.
One Tflftm Horse,
One Business Was on,
One Heavy Concord Wagna,
One Business Sleigh,
One set Bobs.
H. BLACKLEDGE A CO,
. 25 Seventh St.
TO RENT Well furnished.
rooms, 84 Branklm St.
TO RENT Tenement, Mohepran Park
road, off Boswell Ave. Tel. 1473-3. oct9d
TO RENT -
- Five-room tenement, all
Apply 56 Washington St.
FOR RENT Six-room apartment, with
garage. Phone 2d9. oct7d
TO RENT Apartment of nine rooms
and bath, all modern, at 153 Franklin St..
opposite factory. Inquire Goldblatt's Shoe
Store, 4t rranklm Bt. octfcd
' TO RENT Nicely furnished rooms. 16
Laurel Hill Ave. Phone 1142-5. sep2d
6RORGE LAMBERT Moving; and
trucking, dumping, trucks for hire. 21
Cm St, or Occum,Tei. $17,-12,. Je?4 '
ABTHtJR H. LATSBOP,
AHto Truoking end Teaming, Furnttor
and Piano Moving.
C. D. JOaLYN, 293 West Main St We
more everything anywhere. Special at
tenth.o given to moving boilers and ma
ehinery, Te-198-3. ' sep$d
Lens Dtataare Mo.tDK ts4 Expreaelns,
17 Boswell Ave. " Tel. 1458,
TE AMINO ana moving, long distance
trucking a specialty. John il. Ford, 232
Uiub lit Phone 7l. ' 1
C. n. BROMJ.M SON.
Sfieiucket Sit Phone 335.
VONG DISTANCK MOVINO.
There is no-advertising mprtium In
,atern Connecticut eoual to This Buil
ta gr biisint'im results, .
$750 Cash Payment
BUYS A TEN-ACRE FARM, 7-ROOM
COTTAGE HOUSE, BARN. 5 HEN,
NERIES, FRUIT. IMMEDIATE
POSSESSION. SEND FOR FARM
BULLETIN CHOICE OF 400. -
WILLIAM A. WILCOX
f FARM SPECIALIST
WESTERLY. R. L
GOLD, SILVER, NICKLE, COPPER,
AND BRASS ELECTROPLATING.
:V PLATING COMPANY
77 HAMILTON AVENUE.
'AND REPAIR WORK
OF ALL KINDS
Trucks and! Carts
Mechanical Repairs, Painting, Trim
ming, Upholstering and Wood Work.
Blacksmithing In All ' Its Branches
Scott & Clark Corp.
507 TO 515 NORTH MAIN STREET
NORTH MAIN STREET
SPOT CASH PAID FOR
CARS, IN A.NY CONDITION
Norvrkh Auto Wrecking Co.
"WE TEAR 'EM DOWN AND SELL r0
' THE PIECES"
Next to Swan's Garage Phone 2110
CARS IN ANY CONDITION.
NORWICH AUTO WRECKING CQ,
"We Tsar 'am Dawn snd Sail tf a
' " Pieces." ' - T
Next to Swan's Garsg
Phons 2110 J
ASfEBJCAS HO I SB, D. Morrlsasy. I
rrvp. xinsi cius garage serrtos
A acted. Pflviue. Shetucket St
FOB. SALE: By order of the Honorable
Court of Probate for the District of Mont-
vme. np..-I will sell the interest of
Walter j. Buriineame. late of Montville,
In said District deceased, in and to the
iana ana premises situate on tne easterly I estate o
ui Liic cw LMuumt.,unrica turn- 1 intestate.
fu, unr ii.uiii Love, ao-caiteq,
hi the Town of Montville. and more par
ticularly described in said application to
seti on nie in saiq court.-
WILLIAM A. WELLS.
FAINT AND WALLPAPER
FOR SALE Paint, $1.75 per aril.. Tea.
nlar $2.50 grade ; wallpaper, 10c per roil.
Max Blazer, 183 West Main St., next to
rir btauoa. mylq
FOR SALE Horses
FOB SALE A nice black mare. C years
old, weight 1150, sound and gentle, good
worRer ana driver. s. Myers, K. 1'. U. 2,
Willimantiic, Conn. Phone 623-3. octlSd
- FOR SALE A horse, weighing 1600
lbs. or more, good worker and will sell
cneap. Address James, li. laylor, Mer-
row, uonn. octlld
Eight-room MODERN COTTAGE, with
large lot ; v-ery desirably .located, . on
Broad St., near corner .of Warren St.
9. great opportunity for someone to secure
a very choice home at a minimum price.
For further particulars, inquire of
JOHN A. MOBAN ' . ' .
HEAL ESTATE BROKER,
- octlGd Franklin Square,
My horses are here oa time, and they
are a nice lot bis enea. lizht ones, and
chunks, single and in pairs, all ready to
go to wok. prices low lor tne Kind,
tome and see them. Tel. 3f-i,
ELME3 B. PJZRSOM
25 Shetucket St - -
DR. C R. CHAMBERLAIN
M'Grory Blda. Norwich. Cann
- WHEN TOnJ ?TANT to put your busl;
ntss before the public there is no medi
um better than through the advertising
oolumns ot Xhe UlelUi- -
You may be the next victim of a firs.
Don't take chances. Ths small annual
premium is negligible to ths firm pro
tection from money loss i$ affords.
Jake out a policy to day.
Isaac S. Jones
INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE
. 91 MAIN STREET
All persons liable to Day taxes in the
Town of Voiuntown are hereby notified
to return to tne Assessors, on or before
the first day of November. 1922. a writ
ten or" printed list, properly signed and
sworn to, of all taxable property owned
by them on the first day of October, 1923.
Those failtiur to make a list will ha
charged additional, according to law.
tat assessors win meet at Union Hall
Saturday, Oct.. 14th and 28th, whea
blanks may be obtained and rilled out
Hours are. 9 to 3. Blanks mar be ob
tained at Town Clerk's Office also.
Dated at Voiuntown, Oct.- 18, 1922.
BENJAMIN K. GALLUP.
LOUIS WCaiOTTE, -
All nersonit liable to mt Taxwt in th
Town of Norwich are hereby notified to
return to the Assessors on or before the
first day of November, 1922, a written or
printed list, properly signed and sworn to",
ui an uuipib property owned, py them
on the first day of October, 19221 Those
failing to make a list will be charged a
penalty of Ten Per Cent additional, ao
cording to law, - -
Blanks can be obtained at the
ors Office in City, Hall, or will be sent
by mail upon application.
Office hours: 1 a. m. to 6 p. m.
Lists will be received beginning Hon
day, October 2nd, 192$. -
Dated at Norwich, Conn., Sept 2!th.
.ALBIE L. HALE. '
; . JOHN B. OAT.
A-RAD R. MANNTNQ,
AT A COLBT OF FBOBATE HOLDBN
at Lebanon, within and lor the l i-irici
of Lebanon, on tint It; a day ol tit-(ooa-,
A. D. 1932. -' '
iTeeetit UKORGB E. BRIOOS, JJire.
to.aus of Paul SlacCormac ot the lo
and ITobate litatnct of Lefeaotin. a:i in
said District doceuted. '" '
The Administrator 00 said estate hav
ing presented his account showing uu
b has on band avproxmateiy two thou
sand .200u dolLuw after purine '.-
expenses ol aettiement ana Wrtat-r rp
tcsentini that there are unpaid ci'- '-
against said estate" agrregittlng a:-u-t
$i,uoe; atid eaui Administrator furtrr
rpresenting that it Is claimed ty rutin
Bura-at-law ot said Paul MaCtM-r-e
t Oaf said claims - agaioet said : - "
should not be paid In thai, as it is clau,.'i
Uiat tne statuto ot limitattons oa run
asainet thm since any paynw.t was
niHde on said claims;"'sfid uid A-lrri;
trator further reprnsentiBg that frr-.m
?K-ir-at-laW of sakl 'Vaul MaoCtj
claim that said balance on band, in tn
sands of the "Administrator, snoid t
ordered distribute to Use heira-at-ia w oi
the said Paul MacConnac; now. 1'. ro
tor, It is '
Ordered. That a hearing be held hy
this Court at the office MUiB Court. Sr
Lebanon aforesaid, on the 4th day l
November, 1922, at 11 o'clock tn the fore
noon, at which time' and place tl par
tics interested may appear and be bar4
as to whether said Administrator be cr- -dcred,
to distribute the said balance 49s
nand to tne eerrs-at-iaw ot sajn l'u. -MacCormac.
or whether said Admmiatra
tor of said estate, being settled ae as in
solvent etaate, shall apply said balance om
hand to the payment ef e&M eu.nsJ
proved arwinst said estate.
The Administrator is ordered to r!vt
due notice of the said hearm. and h
thne and place thereof, by causing a coiy
of thla order to be publieed twioe in
The Norwich Bulletin, the last oublicaJios
to be at least five days prior to the dau
set tor said hearing, and by ranging a
true copy ef this order to be Sent to H-$
known creditor of said estate and to eecH
known heir-at-law of said Paul MacCt-mac,-
by registered mall, on afor rtit
24th day of October: 1922, and due retnrs
o( such service w-ade to this Cwrt
GEORGE E. BRIGG3.
etltd ' ' - Judge.
"nOTTCE Or A SFn AL IEEtlrt
lef tae Saw hex ere e the Ckn
iLtaw Cewipaay, lauorpeiatud.
At a wieettrur of the Board ef Pirectuil
(of the Laorel Glen Ltne Comoeny. Ismr.
iporated. beld at westerly, R I., on Oct
I HOI. 1932, Ola roHowtre vote WM
I by a majority of aajd Directors, to wi; :
Rwnhred. By the mtslmotta wy of alt
of raid rHrectora. That this Corpora t:f-S
I hereby -votes to terminate its eorperats
exUrtenxse orwier and by virtue oC the r--
IvMons of 8nion - l44 of "the Generti
I Statutes of Conwrtkwt, and that a
al meeting of ths fttockhMf s ot t-
IOrpnration snail be called l taxa ac-
Ion this vote, ana T.-.at ma iivtng t
held Nov.'lSth. 1921, at 1 o'clock p. ;
at the orTVse ot ae compaay at Lanr
I Glen, Osnn.
K 1 ' t Treat a rMM meatier of tx
I Rockholdera of thla CorporaOon be, rrnt
I It Is hereby, called to meet at the ofV
of the said Corporation at Laare) film,
Cora., on Nov. 18th. 1922. at 1 o'elerjc p.
Im.. to take action on the above Tote, and
that the Secretary of the Bnard of Drree-
I tors shall forthwith cbom to be ra!lm d
notire of rr trertrnr. whieh '
I Aid he rabliiihed t The NorvrWi P-tl-
Ivtra, a wntrmr poMVd in Com-ri-
I rot. and Srnr a onanaooo in jsorut
Stnnimrtoa, Corm,. SB a that a wr ""
I said notice shall be ertrt by mail to the
I last Icawn addras ot sacm EtocklMlder
(oi this Corporation.
JOHN 8. BUKPICK.
ROFTRRT DRTFDAL3C, JR.
FHAXK L. POWHA-y-RAKns
c. p. "wxletiok;
I AO ef the Direct ors of said Laurel GX3
Un -Company. Incorporate.
Westerly. B. t, Oct li, 19. - . - -
AT A COCBT OF FBOBATE WTL
at forwk. within and for the District of
Norwich, on the 11th day ot June, A. D.
Present KELSON J. ATLfNG, Jodx.
Estate of John T. Clabby, late of Nor
wich. In said District, deceased.
4 Catherine Clabby of Norwich, Conn.,
appeared In Court and filed a petitloa
prajwng, for the reasons therein set lorth.
that administration be granted upon the
estate ac saa aeceasea, aMeged to bt
"Whereupon, It la Ordered, That said
petition be beard and determined at the
Probate Court Room la the City of Nor
wich, in said TAatrict, oa the Hat day of
October. A. D. 1922.- at 9 o'clock in the
forenoon, and that notice of the pendercr
of said petition, and of said hearti-g
thereon, be given by the publication of
this order one time is some hMrsnaser
baring a circulation in said District, at
least three days prior to the date of eV4
hearing.' and that return be made t this
Coort - -
NELSON J. A TUNG. Judge.
The above and forecoinc is a trne aw
Attest: HELEN M. DRE8CHEK.
octlld ' 1 qerk.
AT A COCBT OF PBOBATK inrLD
at Norwich, within and tor the District of
Norwich, oa the 17th day ot October, A.
D. 1922. 1
Present NELSON J. ATLrXQ, Jadge.
Estate ot Ransford P. Williajns. late ol
Norwich, in said District deceased.
Robert H. Byes of New London. Conn.,
appeared in Court and filed a'peritkra
praying, for the reasons therein set forth,
that administration be granted open the
id deceased, alleged to bf
Whereupon, It Is Ordered. That said
petition be heard and determined st the
Probate Court Room in the City of Nor
wich. In said District on the 23d day of
October, A. "D. 192$. at I o'clock in the
forenoon, and that notice of the pendency
ot said petition, and of said hearirw
thereon, be given by the publication ci
this order one time in some newspsper
having t circulation in said District, st
least three dava prior to the date ef said
bearing, and that return be made to th:S
NELSON I. ATLING. Jnrfr-
The above and foregoing is a true copy
Attest: HELEN M. DRESCHER. .
octlSd . ' . Clerk.
Good Quality Low Price
See. onr Window DupUy of
Ptee ancj White Enajnejwaje.
Keen-Kutter Saws 1
A few 3 ft One-Man Saws
At Very Low Price.
Alujrrrinurn Dish fan
74 FRANKLIN STREET
. TELEPHONE 631-4
USE LESS COAL GET I.I01S
LIFE, AUTO, FIRE, ACCIDENT. In
fact aH kinds of lnsj ranee is writ-
en VlAROLD S. BURT
Phone 538-3 120 Laurel' Hill Ave.
.,- Representative of Good, Reliable
The very best " sloabtnc kr anart
Workwan at ths fairest sriaaa ta
I acteed) arse heatrng and rwi'ttSa -
Was Mane . f l
A. O. TBOMTSOX, F. S.. Chlredtst,
Foot Speciausi tprotect your few ). Suite
7-8 Alice Bkie. 321 Main St. Norway.
I Conn, - Phone 1JS8-4. .... . . jaaSIii
ntQtmut ABOTT THS "1
. ACBXAJX FUEL SAV1B.
IT SATISFIES MART HOBWTCTf
CBtU. SEE THEIR HTTT5BJ f
aftOTU BBSEITH CABATXlr.
If aw, saelafsstary. t$ will be imntt
wtthewt-axscmss te yea.
. H. jtouoa. AOT,
44 BROA9WAT. '
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