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NORWICH BULLETIN, FRIDAY, NOV. 17, Wit
v .. u.vmytD t
IHlUi:: BANTA IiJ UncasvUIc. Oct
hv-Uev. Charles Smith, Alfred
Hiif. ar.j Mrs. Agues Banta, both of
C ari i;m i;ii lloXtET In Grotp.
Oit is. mJ3. l.y Rev. George R. Atha.
il.oigi. W. Cnrpfttur o Norwich and
Mis.i Alztida L. -Moxley ot Grotoivs
T:LlcV TAV1.0R In Groton,- Oct. t,
)::. by Rev. WHltam J. FOv Joseph
Ptanlcy it Norwich and Miss Jessie
1'3 lor of Pan. VI v
fOYE SWANSON In Occum, Nov.- 13.
1922 by Rev. Charles Smith, Raymond
1. Love of Brooklyn. X. Y., and Miss
,. Orunhlld II. K. Swanson ot Occam.
0REN7.OM MT.riRK In Westerly,
II. I., Nov. 3 8. 1822. by Rev. J. J. Fitz
gerald. Charles Morenzonl hft Miss
Anna ilcGuire, both ot Westerly.
' RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT.
At a meeting of the Class of 1916,
OknrMi . TViA Aeadfmv. held NOV. 16
!. the following preamble and reso
lutions were adopted
WANTED Female
WASTED Girl or womt for seneral
housework. S4 Onece St. i- Phone 1979.
apv i f p. .-
working' housekeeper In faintly of two
Iderlv. mrnldt Vui rtrauMttdr tor amilv '
reliable'; references -required. Address
Mr Ml S. Blsbing, Gale Ferry, Conn.
nuitly . . ...... .
VWAN1ED Laundry to do
Box MS, Bulletin. I
at home.
novlSd
WANTED A iniddio aged woman for
one in family"; good home with light work.
D. M. B., Eos 403. Plainfleld. Conn.
novlod .
WANTED--Cmpetent girl for general
housework, or woman who will so home
evening. Apply mornings to Mrs. F. R.
Mtlrdy, 20 t-lncolS. Ave. . novlod
WANTED Extra saleswomen tor Sat.
urday. A only today and. Friday at The
Boston Stone. Hie Reid & Hughes Co
novlid - - - '
WANTED Miscellaneous
WORCESTER Rendering Co. wants all
kinds of hides, skins and furs at the Nor
wich Tallow Co., every Saturday. A. L.
Mills, Special Agent- novlTF
watrh Sifiintion as assistant
bookkeeper or -general office work. Ad
dress Lock Box f. Groton, Conn. novl7d
WANTED Boys and girls, after school
hours, to take part in the Graf anola cash
prize contest to advertise the famous Columbia-
Grafanolas ; an elegant chance to
wia a cash prize ; it will be fun, too. Ap
ply Grafi&ola, Monday night, after 4
o'clock. Schwartz Bros., Inc.. 76-S2 Main
St. novlVd
. WANTED From, 100 to 160 quarts
milk daily. Sam Sisco, 169 North Main
St. . . , novl7d
FOR SALE
FOR SALE Girls' coats, ladies" dress
es, girls' raincoat, set oi black furs, la
dies coats; alos other articles, reason
able. Call 52 Church' St. novl7d
FOB SALE One 9"x23" screw cutting
lathe and lot of tools, $135 ; one 12" band
saw, $20; one drum eander, 525; one
swing saw, 535; one table saw, $35; 1
gallons auto varnish, for lot $3.75 gallon;
Top Floor.. Majestic Bids.. 54 Sbelucket
n. novl7d
WASTED A -working Housekeeper :
wh.rru it has nleased Almighty God i family of three adults; no washing; good
It, Ilis divine wisiloni to remove from this j wages, p. p. Box lib, jsor'tcn. novga
life
.Willi
I Btl" &iid sell all kinds of real estate.
It you wish to sell or buy, see G. P.
Coates7-G3 Broadway. Office phone 1349,
house 653-3. novl7FMW
v . , . i
WANTED By roiuisc cour!e, two or
three rooms in . Greenevillo section, fur-
dijshed or unfurnished. Bulletin, Box 31.
novlTa- ,
our beloved rla?mate and presideht
liam Jerome Stanley; k ; t
a-h.moa in h am h we nave lost
ej-al and est.mcd member of our class;
Hierefore. be It ...
i Resolved. That we. tl'.e members of the
Pas of 1!H. Xorwlch Krre Academy,
Khil humbly bowing i" submission to thr
Will of Almighty God. tfeenly mourn tire
1-ws. of our helmed classmate. William
Iwwne Stanley, whoso cheery and kindly
iisoosiiioii won Its way into all our
'Resolved, That we tender our sincere
KmiKjthy tif his bereaved ones, and may
&e who doeth all things J?iv c
Etrjnirth to beat ith fortitude the
RemKed. That a eopy of these resolu
fce'ns be forwarder to the family of the
leccased. -. OF i,, K. r; A.
makOLTJ HVLL,
, MARY AXTT. ..
MABETj CROW13.
WAN b Warpers nS ftuillers. A
p!y West flld Silk Mill..;. . .6v7d-
WANtEtMtk
HlWMliST prices paid tor used furni
ture mt antiques. Louis D. Ward. Box
8S9, Norwich. jy!2MWg
WANTED Furnished room with heat
Reply to 35 Broadway, care of Army
Store. ' novld
fOR SALE
SALE
at The Christmas Skon by tb Woman"
l.uiM of the vnitca . Congra&Miamu
( hnroh t the oninuinity Hsiie, l'KI
DAY. Not. Itth apenlnr at 19 n. n. Sap
per at 6.15. Supper served only to those
having tickets.
AUCTIONS
I.FQAL NOTICES
Bl KDICK A M'NICOX.
WILL SELL. AX
FOR SALE Two-tenement house, six
and seven rooms, - all improvement, ia
Gceeneville, price $4,500 ; new seven-room
bungalow, Bosweli Ave. section, all im
provements, with large lot and garage.
must bo sold at sacrifice urice. 1). J.
Ken-, Real Kstate and insurance. Room
108, Thayer Bldg. Phone 117. novKd )
lion SALfe Kinger upright piano. In
good condition. O. Nelson, It. 1. 4.
novl7d I
FOB SALE One ram. two sheep and
two larire' lambs'. ' Fred AV. Loomis. P. O.
address, Chestnut Hill, Conu. Residence.
Llperty Hill. Conn. ' r.ovl7ti
FOR SALE Tlirce-story frame build
ing, elevator, about 14,000 sq. ft. floor
space, two acres land, oh R. R. siding;
act quick; price" SS.300. Phone 876.
fioviid
PUBUC AUCTION K
SATIKDAV. NOV. 18, 1935,
HEBE IS VOIR CHANCE
to get p. nice little home of 1! acreSj lo-j at 1 p. n
ci-iitu x i-j miles ironi viuime nu
ley, 1 mile from large laXo, with a6-roomjat tuc home, of Mrs. SarodforJ I.cu":tee,
hoUi,c. barn, carase. poultry house, build-1 on the highway leading from ill.-
iw x-aciiaug, in tno ijsii ot Uruwu!u.
CHURCH 6 ALLElf i
15 MAIN STREET ,
Funeral
.Directors
, ' and .'.
, mbalmers
Lndy AssisUnt
HENRY E. tHUkCH
WM. 6M4TH "ALLEN
Ti'lihon 328-3
WANTED Salesman and canvasser to
sell a coaKsave product In Norwich ami
vicinltf. Agent, 198 tuttinan St, New
Loiidonj Conn. ,-'..:rr novl7d ,
WANTEIp-Salesmen txceittbnal op
portunity ; hustlers' earnings big. Write
MoCleery Calendar Factory. Washington,
Iowa. - novlid
WANTED Silesman tvith FbrS as dis
trict representative for Conn, for high
class, specialty ; rio Competition I fine com
mission. Box 183, East Providence, R. I.
novl"d -- -. - -
WANTED Competent- single- man on
milk farm,, near oily; state age, experi
ence, wage expected and, give references
in first letter. S; D. Newell, Bristol, Conn.
- novlSd -'-
WANTED Boy for afternoons. F. W.
Woolworth Co. -. , novlBd
"WANTkb Agents to sell Herltn iito
specialties; 100 per cent, profit) agent
should have ear and some Selling ability.
O. B. Herlth Mfg. Co.. Inc., Hartford,
Conn. - novl5d
WANTEi Position as chauffeur for
truck or touring car. 439 Central Ave.
"novlSd . "
WANTED Experienced competent
talkinc machine repair man: permanent
position, with good wages. Plaut-Caddeft
Co.. lou Mam st. novna
AV ANTED To rent, eight-room house
with modern improvements." Address G.
S.JV., Bulletin ufflce. no16d
WANTED Parties interested investi
gate our business methods promoting de
sirable marriages; personal service. Intel-national
Social Service, Box 2210, Den
ver, Colo. novlod
WANTED Raw furs, at H. A. Hee
pers, water St., every 'lliursaay. A. (J.
Bennett. novl4d
Cummings & Ring
Fdherat Directors
mi Zmbalmm
322 Main Street
Chsmbsr of Commerce Building
Prion 238-E , ,Lady Assistant
WANTED Bov about IS years of ace.
Apply West Side Silk Mill, novl3d
WANf IB !
A PICKER TEpltfER 'r-C-R . tirfcrit
WORK. . :
Ashland cotton eb.'
Jewet City, Conn.
BV JIMP I see up there in the coun
try the officers followed a drunken pig ab'
found a sun. i suppose tne larmer was
raiain' pickle pigs' feet, by heck! Ann-
dora cigars 7c, four for 5c ; El Productor
cigars 10c straight ; fine line of 50c pipes,
at Fagan's Smoke Shop. novl4d
WANTED Second hand furniture, an
tiques and bowks.. C. .J. King, Norwich,
Conn., Box 195. Phone 2113. nov9d
. INTERNATIONAL S. S. and Realty
Aerency. real estate ot all description, in-
surace, steamship tickets, notary public
John G. Cheneski, .Agt., 160 North Main
St., fuiaski turn tswg. novia
WANTED Farmers and workmen to
know that we sell at very reasonable
prices the "Ball ' brand rubbers, rubber
boots and felt boots. Goldblatt's Shoe
Store, 4G Franklin St., Norwich, Conn.
oct31d .
WANTED Highest cash prices paid
for second hand furniture, household
goods, antiques, store fixtures and tools J
try me before selling. N. Weisinger, 22
Market St. Phone 637-S. -. Jy6d
. . WANTED Beoond. .rans antique fur-
FOB SALE Seven-room modern cot
tage, located within five minutes' walk of
Franklin Square ; a new seven-room cot
tape near Mohegan Parti, and a line
eight-room cottage with large lot on
Broad St. . For particulars, Phone H6u.
novl7d
FOR SALE Writing desk, A No. 1
condition ; also" a cook stove. Inquire of
Mrs. Julia Peters, Utnroando Ave.
novl3MWF
mow all good. 2' thrifty . bearing apple
tree, also peaches and pears, all for only:
$1 600 ; $390 cash.
TRYONS AGEXCr.
WUlunantlc, Cenn.
-
FOR SALE.
Ono of th bent ICO-acre faVm, -within
10 minutes' drive of Franklin Square,
with excellent buildings. For particulars,
inquire
m iRANCis d. 6xo:.
Central Bldg. Thone. Norwich. Cobb.
(7 Franklin SL Phone .712-5.
uaySOd
TO ItiENi? Five-rbbin tenement, elec
tricity and gas. 64 Bosweli, Ave. novl7d
o REXt A. tenerpent jf .five rooms,
all improvements. Call mornings, 5 Ma
ple St. 1 . , riovl7d
WANIF.D Antiqises, tools and second
hand furniture. H. B. Tiger. 65 Franklin
at. Plwne 717-. - - janild
wk til and pay highest ricei tor
second hand furniture and books.
Kremens. successor to King, 4i-5B Water
St. Phorte U05. sspljd
TO RENT Furnished . rooms, steam
Tieat, electric lights. . IS Union Bt.
GAGER
Fuiieral Director
1 and
Embalmer
PROMPT SERVtCK
DAY OR MIGHT '
'-IO REX T-r-TWO, furnished- rooms for
light housekeeping at 149 Franklin St.
nov!6d ' , . ' . -
. BOOHS .lor light li'onsekeeping. No. 11
Ehn St. Mrs. Petei? McKelvey. f novltd
7TO RENT ilre-ibm tejiieHient, 'mod
ern improvements, 287 West Man St.
novl5d
TO BEXT Light hinisekeeplhg.rw3mj,
9 Fountain St. Phone 1154-S. novlod
SALESMEN
SALESWOMEN
ALERT, CONSTRUCTIVE SALES
MEN AND SALESWOMEN rOR
PUTNAM, WILLIMANtlC AND
BORDER TERRITORY. f BUSINESS
AND PROFESSIONAL ' MEN NEED
IT. SELLS QUICKLY. REPEATER.
INCOME ACCORDINGLY. WED.,
THURS., FRI. SEE MANAGER.
PUTNAM INN
PUTNAM 4
)
SACRIFICE SALE
COME QUICK
Renting is no longer - necessary.
Buy this 7-room house with all
improvements, 1-2 aero of land
thrown in. $4,000, part cash.
COIT AND SHOLES
Realtors
Telephone 223S
Franklin Square
oonn., all of er uersonal uronerL-v. 1m
eluding kitchen range, chairs, disnvs, ta
bles, carpets, rugs, beds, blankets, bu
reaus, stands, orcan. curtains, linwan.
glass, and all articles usually found in a i cutitin
cuuuirj' oome aiso Humorous articles
ised on a small farm, such as hites.
rakes, shovels, spttdes, axes, scales, saws.
etc. A Ilock ot Khwla Island I'.'tl h.'ns
naid pullete will also tm sold. Mrs. 1'ar
tridpe ha lived on. this place for over a'l
years, ami you must not fail to attend
this auction to see somo of the old reiiis
which she has saved, term cas'v AH
articles will Us sold for the "high dollar.
FOR SALE
Fine Residence Property
No. 120 Broad Street
LOT 175x225 FEET
A rare opportunity to obtain
a splendid home.
Inquire of
James L. Case
Tel. 876 40 Shetucket St.
S. L. BRIGGS Auctioneer
AUCTION
J AT A III 1ST OF PROBATE HKI.fl
at .c:--. v.i:t.n an-i :r.i ih !i-rict
'of N'jrwich. on tinr I';.;, day . Novemier.
I. 1 HJ'J.
I I'r.-se-.it -N j. .".ylixg. Jude
jstat'. i.f Sarr.i- !.. KccJ.-s.on. laf.- ol
."lKW.jld. in raid l;irieu l-e. aw-a.
KxeoiilriN iil.'irac u :,i Cmrt air
!ilei a -.vuiteit .-ii't'M' :n ii.n aliiirins l ial
s:tid estai. is r.'n. in r.1.. ni'-m in 3ai.
. i. .cirt. and prayii, for a.t rd'-r to fr'-li .
Iwrfj.ii: r-vi! rsiai.. 1.. r.ti!i'4 to mid.
'."tat", fully 'l'H-vi:..d in tai-i a-.t.H.-oli-;'.
Whereupon, i; Is Or.l.-r.-.i. That ya'il
api-dieation tj.- Leaid ni:l .1-l.-niir'd hi
Ihe rreljate four' !:...':.i ia ijn "ity of
Xorvi.-h, ii sai! Iis:-i.-i. rn t';" 2l'id:- '
of Nmemh'.l". A. II. lf22. .. rV!.-k if. '
the afternooi'. and ti:al n"liee of ti:r: ;k-b-dency
of i-aid aii'3icaii:i. ai,d of said .-
hearlr.z tnerti-n. l.e given i.y the p.ihi;.
I cstiir,n i itus nrii'-r i-mi-.- in -'H!ie n,.
pap-r. Having a i-irruiai ion in rn:d 'Frs
trict. at hast thr-"- iays i.r!..r to 'he laM
of sail h.-arini;, and tha'. r. l.j mad '
9 tllf; C"liel.
.Kl.fa..- J. AYI.fN':. Jj'.l..
Tlw: a:-r,'. c and for --'in" i.-: u :rj- i-O""
cf i'-..- 1.
Ati"''- nr.!jcx m. ir.r:f-"' iiKr;.
noviTil (-V:!:
. MiVu i: Tti i iii.ii't;ii;.
AT A M itT 1" l lloimi. HEM
a. N tv. icti, wt'liin and f-.r ihe Disti,.'
cf NorwVh. on lli" 1 6 :i da ff ail,.-;
A. 1. 1:12;.
f'r. s. iii- j. .i-i?s
Ksli".. ' O ar;. A. i: ig' e. l.ne
Xorui.rli, i!i a.. I l.:M,.i. .: :,-...
(ic.l. rc.l. 'I (Ml li..- lA'.-uior t-il
FOR SALE The newly built house, on)
upper East Main St., Jewett City, owned ;
by Frank Wheeler ; -this is desirably lo-j
cated ami is a good chance to gt a two- J
family-heuse built by the owner and with j
no possibility of proving a poor invest- j
arranged. Burdlck & McNicol, Real Es
tate and Insurance, Thayer Bldg.
novl4TuF
FOB SALE House and lot corner
Eleventh St.. and Cehtral Ave? Apply
Robert MoNeely. - novl6d
FOR SAtte--Electrlc washing machine,
hold 14 sheets. Martin House, novlod
FOB SALE A small photo studio at a
very reasonaDle price, i nave bought a
new business and want to sell the studio.
Write Studio, Bulletin Office. novUDd
. FOB SALE Coon dog 2 years old. A.
A. Jacques, South Killingly, Conn, novlid
FOB SALE Wood and timber, 50
acres, located between two roads, esti
mated 1,500 cords of mostly hard wood
and 100,000 feet timber, 7 miles from
Viaiiuield, 9 miles from Attawaugan ;
price $700. E. 15. Welch, Chaplin. Conn.
Phone Willlmantic 313-2". novll .
" FOB SALE-$4,200 will buy cozy six
rpom cottage, barn-garage with basement,
about one-third acre land, on trolley and
state roa4, within one mile Franklin
Square. Tel. 141-2. novlid
. FOB SALE Farm of 65 acres, lot of
wooq. 7-room nouse. Darn lor 12 cows. Su lot 50x150, five, minutes' wa4k from
1 1-2 miles trom center ot city; on state . ivanklin Square. For full particulars,
road, stock and tools, all for $5.S0o. see
William F. HilL Thayer Bldg. novlod a V C.OVEIJO
I will i?(Hl at tublic auction Bt n.v
farm, two miles north el Norwich Town.
TUESDAY, XOV. tl, 19JS.
he following property: One Tair of
liMSes, 1 bay horse. 12 l-ead of eo.,
wrnie new milch. 2 fat calves. 1 reowiinr
lrtachme. S scoop shovels. 1 forge. 1 hack.
1 tlirce-ir.ch gas pump, 1 wlnuowlmr ma
chine, harness of all kinds. 1 express
wagon, shovels, rakes, fork.", and other
tilings too numerous to mention.
Owner's Statement: As I have lost my
buildings by fire, 1 must sell.
If said day Is stormy, will sell next fair
day.
novlTd MRS. W. B. WILCOX.
Wit, it- ulto: .! .-;'!! .,. a. i.j i.rn.i
in thek- i.'la.ins aain-: i-i-.d ttuv
within l-.. li.'-'Mi.;. lidn l,s fl.i:
l.y po:-ting ii.-l.ce lu tiut efl-:t
together v. ,'.h a o:v' t ll.u oixJer, oa
isnp'ift li-aru.-. ! iliv iCace wh.re sak
deccaitu laht lv.- 'J, :.n-i In !li svam
Town, an-i l.y idjltuj-hii. llo: rjin viiv
in a n'?pair Imvins 5r".-;rvuiatJou if
said Liiricl. ai.d ir.ai.i return tu Ih.i
C'.jiirU
Xi:i.SjN J. .YI.I.;. Ju4;e.
The :d.ovc ai.d lort.oi:ig t& a true cupi
of record.
AtUEl: HELEN 1L LRESCHER.
Clerk.
TRANSPORTATION
FOR BALE
Two-tenement house, eix and nine rooms
each apartment, with garage tor car, "with
an mouern dnprovemems. on luisv Main
NORWICH-WESTERLY 'BCS LINK.
NICK MOOXEY. Prop. Tel. Westerly 2467.
Lave westerly s auu li a. ni., 2 and i
p. m. Leave Xo. Stonington 8.20 and 11.20
a. m., 2.2H-5.20 p. m. Leave Xorwich 9.30
a. n., 12.30. 3.30, 6.30 p. m. Leave Xo.
Stonington 10.15 a. ro.. 1.15, 4 li. 7.13 u.
m. tares: Aorwich-esierly. ,oc:.Xor-
wich-Xorth Stoqington, 45c. novir.d
- l'OB FiLE Large building in fine lo- zl'
cation, occupied for Htores and dwelling:-; ;
yearly rental $2.2S0 ", exceptionaily good i
FOR RENT Six-room apartment on
Cliff St- all modern improvements, steam
heat, no carfare, rent $35; also six-room
tenement on Laurel Hill, hot and cold
water, bath and gas, rent $15. Inquire
of William F. HilL Thayer Bldf. novlod
XO StENi Furnished robins tor light
housekeeping. Tel. 635-2. lnqairo Lriseo
Bros. - - - nov4d
XO BENfc A nice eix-rbom tenejjient,
modern improvements. Inouire Thames
Coal Co. Tel. 1819. nov3d
TO RENT-i-One single room. . by day
or week, and two light housekeepins
rooms. Phone 79-3." , bct28d
Shea & Burke
Funeral birectors
41 Main Street. '
TO RENT Store at 157, Franklin 6t
Inquire Goldblatt's Shoe Store, 46 Frank
lin St. , 5ct21d
TO BENt-rWeU" - furnished, neated
rooms, 84 Franklin St octlOd
TO RENT Aparmen; of nih""rooms
and bath, all modern, at 168 Franklin St.,
opposite factory. Inquire Goldblatt's Shoe
Store, 46 Franklin St octCd.
POULTRY
FOB SALE 20 Single Comb R. I. Red
pulietS; ready to lay. Phone 481. novl7d
. GEORGE G. GRANT
Undertaker ivnJ Embalmeir
62 PROVIDENCE ST, TAFTyiLLE
Telephone 639 (,
The Henry Alleri & Son Co.
. 8 MAIN STP.EEt
FUNERAL DIRECTORS
AND HEMBALMERS ! I
Udy Awiatant- '. r Talephqna 410-2
' . DAY OR NIGrJT.,
FOB 8 ALE White, Wyandotte jralleU.
laying, hens and coaiterels ; also 100-egg
tneubator, Old Trusty. , Apply, Hilton,
jiooiwiveit Ave. novlVd
FOB SALE 8ix nice millets 2 ronci
era, also 4 fowl, 1 rooster. Inouire of
Ghariea Tyler, Witch Basel mill, -opp.
Charles S. Johnson's, aear UncsvavUle.
noviea . ;
WANTED
Sli GOOD SPIXXERS.
JOSEPH HALL ON, INC, : .
TRADING COVE MILL.
tin.
FOR SALE Pure
novliu
hound pups.
. nov9u
bred AValker fox- I
E. C. Gay, S Julian Terrace, j
ANNOUNCEMENT
Beginning Monday, Novem
ber 20tn, and thereafter, snip
your goods through the Wil
lis Auto Express. Round trip
FOR SALE ! M6nday, Wednesday and Fri-
it: Wtmnan Mtiosajri day, Willlmantic Office, 31
ed only a short im ; ot
Tf2si4 rsv1 Hione-1062-
return on iuvesuiieiit ; only small amount
U j - www . . i . . Tvcftuaau onvs.ij 1 w.j i
I oni',n .iiAnn ii. mi ainiv n i.m
you. eunniii. .ell
priced at l!i5. Teri;
t'alkin;m AtiTixK shop. Norwfci Oirice. 11S FrafiWin
v.n. I '
FOR SALE Square piano in excellent
condition ; wonderful bargain for $25 ;
investigate it. Plaut-cadaen Co., .Nor
wich. novSa
FOR SALE Radio Teceivine sets, atta
moderate price ; install one nnwsnil Jiear i
concerts daily by famous artists : ask fas-;
to denohstrate. Plaut-Cadden Co.. Ni--;
wich. ' novSd
- FOR SALE Upriglit n'iaifl with hand
some ebony case, splendid action and I
tone: only $95, on terms if desired.
Plaut;adden Co., Norwich. novid 1
24 Franklin
X 1
"FOR SALE Herring -Jiall - Marvin
safes fqr office and household use . all
sizes. Plaut-Cadden Co., Norwich.
hov4d
FOR SALE Why buy a new healer
or range when you can get a second
hand one as good as new at A. Bruckner's
at a low price? 102 Franklin" St nov4d
FOR SALE Horses
VtR t IT V Cmcwir
stove lengths. J. SiegeL
j novSd
hai-d wood in
Phone 1076-5.,
FOB SALfe One horse, 8 " years old.
weight 1450 lbs. ; one two-horse dumc
cart, one-horre farm wagon.. George C.
west, Hanover, conn. novlid
iUSX' ARBIVED.
Kj horses are here on time, and they
are a nice lot big onea, light ones, and
chunks, single and In pairs, all ready to
go to work.- Prices low for the kind.
Come and see them. Tel. 636-8.
B. PtEBSON.
DENTISTS
DR. HARRY FKOTASS
. . DENTIST ,
-11 Main Street, Over Wool worth's
Telephone 563 Norwich, Conn.
FOB SALE Kitchen and parlor stoves.
slightly used, at reasonable prices. Nor
wich Furniture Co., 6 Main St.. Norwich,
Conn. Tel. 1914-3. nov2d
FOB SALB-i-New seven-room house,
124 Orchard" St., all modern improve
ments, never occupied. Inquire 131 Piatt
Ave. v octSOd
One ' twofamly house, Seres and
;Tght rooms, H modem lmproTemeats,
with garage for two cars, lot (PJxlSO,
ive minotes' walk from Fraaklim
qnarc. Also two tv-family neuses,
fix and fife rooms, with all nodero
Improvements. lot 114ll;, Mt.
Pleasant St. A great epportnnity;
12,000 cash required on each hoo'te.
For further particulars, Ihqnire of
JAMES E. MOORE, -Booms
111-ilS Thayer Bldg.
. FOB SAXE-Baby grand piano, used
one year; sacrifice for $600. Phone 657-6.
ott28d . .
FOB SALE -K. I., Red and Barred
Rock, pallets. C. TSiamborlaisj. Martin
House. i - hovlid
VktSi AND iLlAFEB
NOBWTCH Chain .Wallpaper Store Co
-Willow and Chestnut Sla., T. E. McClena
than, Mgr. Nothing over 16q, when
bought in combination, nov4d
FOB SAL1 Paint. 1.
HOURIGAN BROS.
FUNERAL DIRECTbRl
Norwich and Je we A City
FLORI8T
'TREES, flowering ' shrubs, plants and
vines. 5laj.lwooa. Nursery c. Tel.
TI6-2. Free delivery. aurtd
OK DEB your Obwera at OoduMlg'
Creeonousea, 76 Cedar SL Phone tit,
sruxlSd
' " LANDSCAPE GARDENING
THIS is the Urn to arrange tor land
scape worK, vf which wo tuiZs a special
ly. Geduidig'e Greenhouse. 77 Cedar St,
Phone 861. - s ? marlJd
, '--'"
': . PRINTINO
u.n-S . " " " , .u jnsr rou
u filJier, 163 Vest llain St, next to
noa.
er gal., reg.
I0a per rolt
Flr tai
arU
tlGAfM
Whltestone Cigars are $7fl "per thousand.
i. V. CON ANT, 11 Franklin St,
STEAftSrim
tfttKfino of all klnos promptly and"
eliy don. Estimates pronwtiy aad
pnecrfnlly glvea, 'i'h w-illeUs Co.. 46
Jraiikiia SL SfMurlM
YORK
FARE ' Comfort ahle . etatroais
" " R(4v Urn l(S-i,rtAininw
OA rn --- If -rf -
.T; fr,,M.
, COAL AND WOOD
FOB SALE Best dry hard wood; bas
kets or cords; lowest prices. Phone 642.
ociifd. I-.-- . i
COAL AND SKABOXEO WOOD and
kindlings In large or . email quantities.
Phone 604 or 1325-3. It Sliap,lro. Willow
Bt, formerly JJtsrkee Lar.e. ... octlld
WHf TptT erAN to put your fusl
Tcm before tits public, there 1 no mecil
vm better than, through the adveVtUinfl
n.mrrrs uX Xhe JSm i iol ' . -
Leave New London Dally (Except
Sunday) U P. M.
Due N. R
Reduced rales on atA'imobilei WViori
accompanied fcy. passenger. -'.'
The New England Steamship .Co.
. DB. KIKKEAS,
CAREFUL, CQN8ERV ATIYB
DENTISTRY.
- S6 Shetaeket SL
DR. C R. CHAMBERLAIN
., . . DENfAL SURGEON
M'Gror Bid a. : Norwioh. Cann,
FOB SALK
A good -upright Piano,, in first class
condition, $85 ; $15 down,. $1.60 weekly.
TALKING MACHINE SHOP.
'- . - 4 Franklin 6er.
LADIES, ATTENTION
- CLOTH FOR SALE,
B CITABLE FOB CLOAKINGS, COAT
INGS AND SCICrNGB. . TELOTJBS,
POLO. AND SERGES. .
GLEN- 'WOOfcF.X lUltLS,
I : KOBWICH. TOWN. "
TRUCKlNtJ
GEORGE LAMBERT i Moving and
trucking, dumping, trucks tor hire. $1
Cliff St.. or Occum. Tel. 611-12. , le2d
EstTl7. TeiT'ns.-"
-ARTHUR H.. LATHBOP,
Auto Trucking and Teaming, Furniture
and Piano Moving. ..
- Shetucket St.
- C D. OSLY S93 West Main Bt. We
move everytiilng anywhere. Special at-
Street, Phone 1812. New
London Office, 525 rVk St.,
Phone S2.
L'OsT AN a FOUND
1-Ot.T Wednesday, a small dog; yel
low, with white foot. Finder rewarded if
returned to Mrs. Armstrong, 9 1-i Foun
tain bl novlvd
FOUND On West Main t, sum of
money.. Owner may have same bv prov
ing .property and paying for adv. 'no17d
AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORIES
FOR SXLE Autbmebn'se
FOB SALE Dodce tourihir oar. feSEO :
Cadillac limousine, $900 ; Ford truck.
S100. Elgin Service Station. 10 Walnut
St. WiUimantic. Conn. Phone 679-3.
novl7d ,
WE MAKE high grade Californiaops.
sport-tons and common tops and weather
proof side curtains for all cars ; satisfac
tion guaranteed with every job. Xorwich
Auto Trimming Shop, Hajcstie B'.dg., top
floor.Phope 2114. ... - r.ovlOd
N'OBWICS -Auto and Truck Paint Shon:
j all work guaranteed. Joseph Ferry, Pond
St ' Phone- 1397. octl2
I THERE IS MERIT in our work ; try It
jrnverau .ultras wo., vnesuiut dl, r-none
929. - - Je30d
AUTO TOPS, radiator covers, curtains.
slip covers end tire -covers, reuphoister
DC, a'l unos ox amos. jos. jknrarsne,
Poo-1 tit, Phone. 1297. marlOd
NOTICE. All creditors of said de
ceased are hereby nolilicd to present theii -
cl.uins auir.si i:i, .-stale lo ia- under
signed at Xorwich. Conn., within th.
time limited in the above and foregoini "
order.
CHARLES .V. GAGER. JR..
no'17d Executor.
AT A rOVKT OF1FkoBATE IIKI.f
at Norw ieh, wiihin ani.l.r lo.- liistrus .
of Xoi-w ich. on thu Hitii day of Xovvmbi-r
A. I. 1922.
Prtseiii XKL.SOX J. AYM.Ni;. Jud?e .
in the malttr of all aur.-' iiunl l.-lviei
31aud, M. Fox of t'.roioii. I'om,.. i-..
mother and vole natural guardian of th
person of Viisin.a .M. .Ma-ii. a minor, o
Xorwich. Own., party of Hi.: KirM I "art
and HTb-rt I. !.-;' rs an. I Kthil M
itogers. lHit,baii.l and v. if-. U.:li -f Xor
wich. Cjiin.. varti. of ihe S.vuu .'a,1.
for the a-leiitioii of ii-( minor by saic
partis of th- S-ct-iKl Cart.
The said ai'rwiiKiii having lyen ex
nil. it. 'd to said Court ir approval, it,'
wriliiiK it if -
Order.il. That the hearing utKjnth.
approval of said asrcem. nt 1 had afthf
rroiiato Court itt,om m tia- i u or or- -niiii.
in said Pislciei. oil ill.- 24ih day ot
NovemlM-r. A. I, r.12. at In o"-i,H-k in tllf
fol'.-lio'.ii. and thai noli.'. of llo- i-n.J'Pi-v .
of haid a?r,:ii!.-i:'. and of s-ai-1 h-ariii2
for th-: oni.ro". al t:r---.f, b-'civ. n '-y th 1
pubiieation of Ihi? t-rder on.- time in e,m'
newsiiapir having a ciretii.tion in sat
Iiisiritt, at .-asi live (lavs prior to I'tt
ilati- of said hu.-.'-iiis. aiai that rvlurn Ik
made lo this cmiri.
XJCUX -i. AYUXO. Judge.
The al.ove and for. iviiij is a true cop: . ,
of r.cord.
Attest: ilKLLN M. Ul'.LSCliKR.
no17d Clerk.
AT A CO I RT OF PROBATE TJF.Lt -,
at Norwich, within -ii'I lor the liistrici
of Xorwieh. on tile 13th day of November .
A. It. 1H22 "
i'ie!-nt XKLSnX J. AYI.INtl. Judge
In ra apoliciitlon fur apiMiiuinient ot
Cjrseivai"r of tin.- tat- of LHur.uiick "
Saracen of X' w York. X. Y.
Agnes Saracen of las-bolt. I'orn.. ap- -Pearetl
in Ct-tirt and fil.-d a ntillou al-
; les-ing that she. Is the wife of caid ltomi- .
jnick SoractTi. a non-resident insane ajic .
I incapable person, own-ng property am
estate within th Jurisdiction of sbio
Court, and pray ins that a Conservstoi
ho appointed" over said vrooerty and cs--late
as on file more fully appear.
Whereupon. II Is rd.-ed. That saV
petition lie h.-anl and determined al :h
Probate Court Room in the Citv of X.r"
wich. in said Pistriet. on the fist day ol
Xovemlitr, A. I. 1?22. at 10 o'clock In th
forenoon, and that notice of th pendencv
of said petition, and o' raid hearina "
thereon, be given by the publication ol
this order one time in some newni-apcJ
having a circulation in said 'lislri-t. al ;
least four uavs nrinr to i'io tiate ot sair.
hearing, and that return be mado to tint
Court.
XELPON J. ATLIXG. Jnd?e.
The above and foregoing is a true cop!
of record.
Attest: HELEN II. DUESCllETl.
novlTd . Clerk.
FOB ' SALE 1913 Ford tourinr ear.
cheap for cash. , Inquire 152 West Town
at. . - novliu
FOB SALE-Late Ford tourlnjr car,
low mileage, A-l condition, many extras,
price low if sold at once; 1919 Kissel se
dan, practically like new, the owner -will
take a light bar in trade ; easy terms. O.
S. Peck, Norwich Town. Phono 463-14.
novl6d . . .. .
BIG PAINTS SALE
$2.95, $3.45, $3.95, $4.95
A large assortment of fine hand made
Pants, ready to, wear,- made ti fjtrreJ
worsteds, tigm and srK. stripe ettects.
Pants thai can match any Coat and
Vest. - 'Don't miss your chance to iet
ik nul. aood nair of Pants fntv vepv
tention given to moving boilers aim ma-1 'J? "I?"'' ' - - '
cWnery. Tel. 1583-3. V 0v$a , j that ITies eargains you
can jorriy set-t wis, well Known pants
Store of
L. POLLOCK
3 MAIN ST. Opp Postoffice
Loag DIstanee MovIbi u Expressing,
Zimmerman. 17 Ijoswell Ave. Teh 4451.
TEAMINO ana moving. long eVtstanos
tracking a specialty. John H. Ferd, S$t
kUJn Sfc-Phone 792. - -.- - -.
f 43. B. BROMLEY "SON.
: Shetucket rata.. Phene 3S5.,
LONG DISTANCE SlOVTNQ.
IKSUBANCE
SlUlLDlNO
HARDWOOD FLOODING
parquet "nd BtiSp FlooVai; laid, scraped
and finished. Old floors scraped nd re
finished. Estimate j cheerfully-eriven.
IVAR JOHNSON, 167 .Maple gfc.
Vu may b the next victim of a fire.
Dbnt take chances. The small annual
premium is .negligible to ihe firm pro
tection from money loss it affords.
Take out a policy to day.
Isaac S. sJoneii
Vn&u raIvice an b real ESTATE
- " AGENT ' .
RICHARDS BUILDING '
i Wain street v
s WILUAM f.. tl"SO, t.i,ttor
BnUder, Mill Wrs aA Jobbint. S Wnt
Uaia tit. Pneue 971. . I SA$4
- THtitE is no adveAising medium In
j'.astern tvonneciicut eauai ro me Kn it
-Wi tar buainuw. uuiUji. , . . '
HOTELS
AMBBTCaS,; EOLSK,. O. Uorrtasey,
v tin; view garage serriee
Seeled, pfloue. Shetucket St
TBtllK is no advertising medium In
Kastern Connecticut" equal to The. Bu.l-
FOR SALE
Eight-room MODERN COTTAGE, with
Jaiise lot ; Yery . jlestrably located ''. oh
Broad St, near corner of Warren St.; -I
a great opportunity for someone to secure
a, yery choice home at a minimum price.
For further particulars. Inquire of, ;
' JOHN A. MOK1K T
-. KEAL ESTATE BROKER, "
ctlSd '' . " . Franklla Square.
FOR SALE
at special low rice, one- of the flhest
farms In , Eastern Connecticut, located
within five' miles from Franklin Square,
with an elegant house,' finely furnished,
and several barns and garage, together
with year 1922 crops harvested, sufficient
fuel for long, cold winter. This farm
must' be sold at once, even if we are
obliged to make a big sacrifice on price.
This is your chance for only "once."
--For all particulars-, inquire of -
- --' ' ,',--:' - "" '- ;"-..':
JOHN A. MOBAN, . ..
' : "" i,,.,vSii ...li-.- i-,? .ii,;
: . BE AX, ESTATE BROKER. "
FOB ftALfe-Epecial - sis Studebaker
sedan, run only 10,000 miles, just out of
jmiti mn,(i, iro.i .1 v uu ivw v. ciumv-
price - very low, or will trade for email
touring .car or irucK. t.. namoeriaia,
Martin House. - - j - - novlod
Fob SALE- Two speeH Vagons,
at'reasonabte prtees, t?ood rurmfng order.
J3eiijamtu q. auTsct, uaiu o l. ici.
2042. -; - noviaq
i-"OR SALEFord touring car. Tele
phone 165S. ' novlod
FOB FALe 191$ Maxwell touring car.
Tel. 10M-2. , - - -no-.-14d
USED CABS oougrtt, void and ex
chcumrad ; caxs ot fl makes. Adams Tav
ern Garage. Norwich Town. T. Ethler,
Jtrr . 'r "" vc z t?j:
PAR59 FOR ALL r,lfcJES OF 1'ARS
Norwich Auto Wreckias Co.
fWe tear rem down and sell the pieces.
Phone JtlO, acxt to Snas's Garage.
. NICKEL PLATINO
Nickelling
GOLD, SILVER, N1CKLE, C0FER,
AND BftJkSS EUECTROPLAtiNQ. .
NORWICH NICKEL .
OPIATING comfAnY ;
- 77 HAMILTON AVENUE .
NC)RV,ICr1, cdriN.' 1 :.
'.. i TELEPHONE 665-13 'O'
Thorough knowledge of welding and
preheating 'plus adequate facilities
and equipment enables tis to under-
tek WELDING, work that others
often are tmsble to handle properly,
If the casting or forging t's too
heivy to brinsj to ui bur portable
equipment enables us to go to th
work. ; ;...", .. "
No piece of "Work too large or too
smaTI.' ; -
NORWICH WELDING CO.
Phone 214 -31 Chestnut Street
Nickel FlaHiigv
Cr!a.
ELECTBOLOSI4
MADAM BLRGSTRESSEB
Removes Hair, Urt. apd Aieles
by Electrolesis.
St Asytam St TeL L
CKSROPODIsT
A. . THOMPSON, r. 8.. Chiropodist
Foot Specialist (protect your teet). Sum
7-t Alice Bldg.. 321 Main Su Norwich
Conn. Phone 1366-4. janSld
ecOKBINOINO
JOSEPH BRADFORD --
108 Broadway
Blank Books Kade and Ruled to Oris
COLUMBIA
OVERHAULING y
Mill It&AIR VVOItK
' OF All KINDS
: -- -e - -.-,
Automobiles, .
Cr1aes, Wagons,
trtifcltSi andCrts
MechaHfcil,. Repairs, Painting, -Trimming,
Upholstering and' Wood Work.
BlacksmithinS In All Its - Branches
Scott
& Clark
Corp.
507 TO 515 NORTH MAIN 8TREET
THERE Is no advertising medium 1a
Eastern Connecticut equal to The Bulle-
.tin'ior ousiness results.
Mr. and Mrs. George IL Cliamplln lef . '
town on Sunday murniitg by autoniobiU -'
for Newark, N. J., wher.; they will vW '
'their daughter end son-in-law, Mr. am .
Mrs. -Herbert O-hlers.
Mr. and Mrp. II. W. Porter look ar ""
autcinobjie trip to Shellmrn Kail" on Bat-urdaj-,
fpending Sunday with their daugh- .
tcr Harriet and son-in-law," Varlcton pav. ;
enport. f
Dorothy HoHjrook, S montlis bid. young- -"est
child of Mr. and Mrs. I-aurena B "
Holbrook. who was taken to St Joseph'i '
hospital last week,' died on Baturdaj
morning and was burled In the Columbia '
cemetery on MonSay. "
Tho November meeting of the teachers
bt tho difctrh-t schools in Cehmibia su .
held at the CcjflcT srhooC .Miss Marior
Holmes, teacher, on Tuesday la at -Head -ing
intelligence tests were gPPenJo grades. .
above the third. , ' ' " -"
Several of Die teachers who.' attended
the Hartford teachers' conyentoin re- , '
pcrted that Senator' Davenport gave s '
fine addres on Civilization in tho Hal -anee.
-At the special meetings those kc -.
went to the hurtory department were told."
that the keynote of education Is efneietacy .
and that the key to the door is- the- .
teacher. . . .'
1 Several of , the schools have developed ,
composition work, based on the work ,
given last. -time. At. .the West street .
school. How a P.iirglar" Was Chaxed tij
a Detective and Hid. ia a I taunted House ,
at Hope RlTer village. Why. We Ilav
Hallowe'en.. At Old Hon. . River, specls.
stress In being lkiil n .health improve
ment, with " demonstrations and exam
ples... ,.-.". a . "
Ringing games are in progress .whs
the first thrree grades, being supervised b
girls in the upper grades. ,
"Who was wey to see you last sightf1, .
demanded the stern father. ' ' '-
1 "Why. n one but Mabel, dad.'' fibbed
the daughter. '
"Mabel huh! WettV next time, "please
ask Mabel -not to be so careless. I found
her half -smoked cigar on the piano this",
morning." Everybody's - Magazine,
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