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STAMPS
SEE COUPON
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Sits
Mixed Nuts
.......lb 15c
Paper Shell
Almonds lb 23c .
Soft Shell
J: Walnuts lb 23c
imported
From
Walnuts lb 15c
Large .Brazils
This
..lb 18c
15STAMPS
: WITH
ONE POUND
iBestCoffee in the IT. S. for the price i
10 STAMPS FREE
'if ear Sultana Spice
l; box Fluffy Ruffles Starch
1 pox Shaker Salt
tljpkgr A&P Jely Powder :
l ;bot Kitchen Bouquet
F pkg Elastic Starch 10c or 2 pkgs,
l orge bot Salad Oil
IS
'it
25c
gFECJAL SALE OF GRANDMOTHER'S A&P LAUNDRY SOAP WITH
:aldlllUo r I nu
No BETTER SOAP MADE FOR
;
PUMPKIN or
MALAGA
GRAPES
K'niTACU -
10c
15c
40
cm.
s
lb
Pound
'.fit "
mm PLUM PUDDING riOc
t PEELS
Citron lb 20c
Orange lb 15c
Lemon . lb 15c
DATES
DROMEDARY
0c
PKG
I
184-186 MAIN STREET.
The Babcoclt Auto Exchange
Agents for the Franklin Car
Good for ten years hard service every day in the year.
If you want such a car see us at once, and book your
order for December or early spring delivery. The de
mand for Franklins has more than doubled. This is a
fact, and absolutely not a sale argument. The Frank
lin in reality is the least expensive car made. Why?
We guarantee ten thousand miles on a set of tires;
one thouand miles on a gallon of oil; Twenty-five
miles, on a gallon of Gasolene, and free care for one
year.
The Babcock Auto Exchange
WANTED Working partner. Must be a first class
driver and mechanic.
THE A. PINDAR CORP.
516 Asylum St.
MaKers of Photo and Wood En
gravings ...
Illustrators for All Kinds of Ad
vertising Purposes V? VP
'i n
END FLOWERS
Make some one happy on Thanksgiving,
f ; A box of Chrysanthemums will give the home a festive touch,
' or if you prefer roses, carnations or violets, placing your order
-with us in advance, will insure delivery on Thanksgiving morning.
VETS' GREENHOUSES
Tel.136-5 48 CLINTON STREET
COUPON
Cut out this Coupon, precent it at our store
this week and by buying 50c Worth or
more of Teas, Coffees, Spices, Extracts and
A&P Baking Powder, you will receive
25 TRADING STAMPS FREE
l Besides Regular and Extra Coupons Given
on S ales
Monday, Nov. 22nd to Saturday.
N6v. 27th.
Coupon Not Good After Sat-, Nov 27.
20 STAMPS
WiTH
ONE POUND
A Coffee With a Reputation
30c
WITH ANY OF THE FOLLOWING 10
10c
lQc
10c
10c
25c
each 5c
18c
1 can Marsh mallow
1 can Globe. Polish !0c
2 pkgs Cocoannt each 5c
1 can "2 In 1" (Kills Bugs) 10c
1 bot A&P Pickles 10c
1 pkg Puffed Wheat 10c
1 pkg Washington Crisps 10c
1 bot Jet Oil Shoe Polish 10c
&P Laundry Soap 25c
Grandmother's
WASHING POWDER. STOCK UP AVTTH
PRICE IS LOW
PRUNES
Currants
Cranberries
ib 10c
- 50's
15c
No.
Can
RAISINS
Seeded pkg 10c
Not-A-Seed .pkg 12c
Free
3
Hartford, Conn.
lianoy
American
Mixed lb 10c
Peanut
Brittle lb 10c
Broken
Candy lb 10c
'
30 STAMPS
WiTH
ONE POUND
35c
A Coffee for the Epicure
Creme 10c
EXTRA STAMPS
THIS SOAP WHILE THE
MINCE MEAT
-None Such 3 pkgs 25c
Johnson's
5 lb croks 55c
1
23c Ncan2 43c
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SEASONING
A&P Poultry can 10c
Bell's Poultry .......... can 10c
Thyme pkg 2c
Sage . . pkg 2c
Marjoram pkg 2c
Savory pkg 2c
FIGS
IN BOXES
lDc
BOX
Delivery. Tel. 135
3
CRONA'S BARBER SHOP
will be closed all day
tomorrow
Wishing all my custom
ers and friends a joyful
Thanksgiving
-O
P. CRONA 159 MAIN ST.
Williams Auto Co.
Agents Hudson Motor Cars. New
6 and 7 Passenger Autos for hire.
Repairs, Supplies, Storage.
'PHONE 23C. 287 ELM STREET
TO THE BOARD OF COUNTY COM
MISSIONERS FOR HARTFORD
COUNTY:
I Hereby Apply for a transfer of
John T. Baker's License to sell Spiri
tuous and Intoxicating Liquors, Ale
Lager Beer Rhine wine, and Cider
at Depot Sauare, Town of Berlin
My place of business is not located
within two hundred feet in a direct
line from any Church Edifice or Pub
lie or Parochial School, or the prem
ises pertaining thereto, or any post
office, public library, or cemetery.
- Dated at Berlin, this 11 day of
Nov. A. D. 1915.
THE GLOBE CAFE CO.,
By Ezach Lieblich, Pres.,
Applicant.
We, the Undersigned, are electors
and taxpayers, owning real estate, of
the Town of Berlin, and hereby sign
and endorse the foregoing application
of The Globe Cafe Co., for a license
and hereby certify that said appli
cant is a suitable person to be li
censed pursuant to said application.
Dated at Berlin, this 11 day of
Nov., A. D. 1915.
James Brown, Richard Larby, My
ron A. Goodrich, William D. Deni
son, Philip C. Spindler.
I Hereby. Certify-; that- the above-',
named signers and endorsers ares,
electors and taxpayers, owning real es
tate, in' the 'Tpn'f, Berlin.
'Dated at Berlin, this "11 day . of
Nov., A. D. 1915.
F. H. SHAW,
Town Clerk
ill i
CASH IN ADVANCE.
ONE CENT A WORD
TO RENT.
TO RENT Eight room house, good
location, entirely modern, electric
lights, gas, etc., with barn which
could be used as garage. Very reasonable-
Inquire lower floor, 297
Maple street. 11-24-2
TO RENT Five room tenement; all
modern improvements; rent rea
sonable, 33 Dewey St- Inquire on
premises. Tel 585-3. ii-24-d3x
TO RENT Five room tenement, H
modern improvements. Inquire 51
Trinity street. 11-24-tf
TO RENT Very desirable tenement I
of five large rooms. All improve
ments. Shades, screened and steam
heat. 151 Washington street. Tel.
852-2. H-22-tf
TO REN'S Four room tenement; first
floor, 422 Stanley St. Four room
tenement, first floor, 56 Wallace
St., all improvements. Apply 269
Washington St. ll-23-2dx
TO RENT Tenement of four rooms
and bath, second noor, modern im
provements. 40 Sheffield street.
ll-23-3d
TO RENT Two tenements of five
and' six rooms respectively, all mod
ern improvements; furnace, at 12
Lincoln St-, apply to Sicklick, 117
Willow St. Tel. 1551. ll-22-3dx
TO RENTBakery shop, grocery
store and tenement. 480 East St.,
Tel. 1454-3. ll-22-6d
TO RENT Three furnished rooms for
housekeeping. Everything complete.
171 Curtis street. ll-22-6dx
TO RENT Tenement of five rooms,
down stairs, all modern improve
ments. 101 Fairview street, city.
ll-23-d2x
TO RENT Four room tenement, all
improvements. 161 Washington St.
Tel. 961-5. 11-20-tf
FOR RENT Five tenements of 5
rooms each, in new brick houses,
located on Cherry street, each tene
ment has separate furnace. Home
Bankiner & Realty Co., 193 Main
Street. 11-19-wl
TO RENT Two tenements of five
rooms each; modern improvements,
on trolley line. W. P. Steele, 260
Chestnut St. ll-18-6dx
TO RENT TENEMENTS Five rooms
and bath. Electric light and gas,
hard wood floors. Ideal for small
families. Fourteen, fifteen and six
teen dollars, 348 Park street, ele
phone 149. ll-ll-26d
TO RENT One four room tenement
on Arch street, $10.00. Also one
third floor tenement, modern im
provements, Black Rock avenue.
Inquire F. W. Loolnis, 150 Arch
street. 11-8-tf
TO RENT Four room apartment,
all conveniences, adults, 15 . Win
throp street, apply Boardman's,
475 Arch street. 11-6-tf
TO RENT Tenement of six rooms,
248 Maple street. Inquire Cooked
Food Shop, 73 Church St. 11-2-tf
TO RENT First floor tenement of
five rooms, modern improvements.
"Inquire 76 Pleasant street, second
bell. 9-2 -tf
TO RENT-7-Seven rooms, all im
provements. 'Phone 475-4. 9-28-tf
WANTED.
WANTED Lady or Gentleman to en
gage in outdoor occupation part or
whole time. $10.00 to $20 00 week,
chance of travelling position later.
Address Box 8K, Herald.
11-23-dlx
WANTED To board at my private
home, nervous and elderly people,
price one dollar per day, a good
home and the best of board, also
maternity cases cared for prices dur
ing confinement, two weeks for
$25. Infants boarded if desired. For
further particulars write to Mrs. J.
B., P. O- Box 262, Willimantic,
Conn. ll-24-3dx
WANTED 10,000 people with corns
and calouses or chapped hands and
eczema to call at the Clark
Brainerd Co., for a jar of "Honey
Bee" Ointment. Guaranteed to
please or your money refunded.
ll-23-3dx
LIMITATION OF CLAIMS.
At a Court of Probate holden at
NEW BRITAIN, within and for the
DISTRICT OF BERLIN, in the
County of Hartford and State of Con
necticut, on the 23rd day of Novem
ber, A. D. 1915,
Present, Bernard F. Gaffney, Esq.,
Judge.
On motion of Lena Arens, of said
New Britain, as Executrix of the last
will and testament of August Arens,
late of New Britain, within said dis
trict, deceased.
THIS COURT doth decree that six
months be allowed and limited for the
creditors of said estate to exhibit their
claims against the same to the Ex
ecutrix and directs that public notice
be given of this order by advertising
ilft a newspaper published in said New
(Britain, and having a circulation in
said district, and by posting a copy
thereof on the public sign post in said
town of New Britain, nearest the place
where the deceased last dwelt.
BERNARD F. GAFFNEY.
Judge.
MINIMUM CHARGE 10c
EACH INSERTION,
1
ALL advertisements
for the classified
column must be in
the Herald office by
1 :30 p. m. on the day
of issu.
LOST
LOST Saturday bunch of keys. Find
er return to Herald office.
11-23-dlx
LOST Beaded purse containing sum
of money and two small purses, etc.
Finder return to Herald office- Re
ward. n-24-ldx
t'OU SALE.
FOR SALE OR TO RENT 11 room,
single house. Good hot water heat
er. All modern conveniences. 62 5
Arch, corner Monroe street- Inquire
389 Arch street, William Radii.
11-24-tf
FOR SALE 16 Shares Monarch
Stitch Tire Co. Make me an offer.
E N Mildrum, Adm., East Berlin .
ll-24-3d
FOR SALE Several two family
houses of nine or ten rooms, mod
ern improvements, also building
lots on or near trolley lines. W.
P. Steele, 260 Chestnut street.
ll-24-6dx
FOR SALE Roasting chickens 4-6
pounds, spring ducks and geese,
dressed to order delivered anywhere.
Tel. 396-4. ' ll-22-3d.
FOR SALE Thirty fine young geese.
W. H. Griswold, Worthington
Ridge, Berlin. Telephone 663-12.
11-19-wl
FOR SALE 2 Franklin runabouts in
perfect condition. Good for 10
years every day in the year, E. G.
Babcock 11-19-tf
NOTICE.
NOTICE The Whiting street Green
house is still doing business. Cut
flowers, .floral designs and plants of
all kinds. ll-23-2d
PIANOS Do not buy a piano until
you have seen our line. A. P. Marsh
38 Main street- Local distributor of
the celebrated Kimball pianos.
ll-23-6d
Automobile parties taken out- Buick
car. Reasonable rates. Richard
Covert. Telephone 1073-4.
ll-22-6dx
NOTICE' Upholstering and furniture
repairing. Joseph Centore, 9 1
Franklin Square. ll-18-6dx
HELP WANTED MALE.
' I -IN'"
WANTED Assemblers and bench
hands. Apply Landers, Frary &
Clark, labor bureau, between hours
of 7 and 8 a. m. ll-24-3d
WANTED First class toolsetter, one
who is thoroughly familiar with
cut and draw tools, transfer tools,
die press tools and novelty work.
Apply stating age, experience and
wages wanted, to P. O. Box, 1014,
Waterbury, Conn. ll-23-3d
HELP WANTEiJ FEMALE.
WANTED Girls, apply Landers,
Frary & Clark, labor bureau, 7 to 9
a. m. ll-24-tf
WANTED Young girl to go home
nights, for general housework, in
small family and to assist in care
of children, 8 4 Camp st., 11-23-tf
LADIES Crochet small doileys for
us; no 1 canvassing; material fur
nished any distance; stamped en
velope for particulars. Prov. Nov
elty Shop, 81Devine, Providence,
R. I. ltp
SITUATION WANTED.
WANTED To work out by day,
washing, ironing or housecleaning.
Tel. 608-13. 11-24-ld
WANTED By two girls, situation do
ing general 'housework, 313 Wash
ington street. ll-22-3dx
BUSINESS OPPORTUNrrY.
ANYBODY desiding to invest in high
grade pleasure and business auto
mobile line; tires, accessories, lit
any size purse. Kindly address Box.
4 X Herald. ll-20-6d
FURNISHED ROOMS.
ROOMS Steam heat, modern im
provements. Central, No. 45 Walnut
St. 11-24-tf
TO PwENT Furnished room, suitable
for two people, 127 Glen street,
third floor, Mrs. Kern. ll-24-2dx
TO RENT Two furnished rooms for
housekeeping. Conveniences. 15
Prospect street, second bell.
11-23-tf
FURNISHED ROOMS Rooms 'and
. board in good location,;-8tf Lake' St.
. , 'Phone 3.JO-2. 11-8-tf
DRESSMAKING.
DRESSMAKING Helen T. Quinn,
Room 17, Holmes & Hoffman's
Block. Tel. 1216-3. ll-18-6dx
THE PUBLIC CORDIALLY INVITED
Juhilee Singers of Tuskegee Institute
The School Made Famous By
BOOKER T. WASHINGTON,
in Plantation Melodies, Folk Songs, Dialect Read
ings in the
South Congregational Church
Friday Evening, Nov. 26, o'clock
An Offering.
0E
Very Desirable Houses on LINCOLN STREET for Ono and Two Family
For Partlcula rs Enquii-o of
H. D. HUMPHREY, 272 Main Street
NEW BRITAIN NATIO NAL BANK BUILDING
WANTED BOYS lor punch press
and assembling. Light work in
a e'ean and airy factory. Arrow
Electric Co , 103 Hawthorne St.,
Hartford, Conn.
WANTED GIRLS for punch press
and assembling. Light work in
a clean and airy factory. Arrow
Electric Co., 103 Hawthorne St.,
Hsrtiord, Conn.
Denison Garage
430 MAIN STREET.
Livery Cars for hire, day and night
Storage, Supplies and Repairing.
Ag't Reo Cars 'Fhono 224
J
COMING
Watch Our Windows
A. P. MARSH, 38 Main Street,
New Britain, Conn..
RENTS
4 Rooms $8, $10, $11.
5 Rooms $10, $15.
7 Rooms-$20.
7 Room Cottage Small Farm $20,
$25.
H. N. LOCKWOOD,
86 West Main Street
'Phones 521 and 579-23
For jour Thanksgiving Dinner we
AUTOS TO RENT
5 By Hour or Day.
j, M. Finnegan Stables
BOWLING
Clubs and Private Parlies
Accommodated.
Hilding Nelson,
172-174 ARCH "iTRFET.
PULLMANM0T0RCAR
Adolph Reinas
LOCAL AGENT
54 Greenwood Street
TEL. 1478-4 FOR DEMONSTRATION
FARM FOR SALE
Near New Britain. 20 acres. Good land
BY
ciiiiitz & Costello, Mc.
242 Main Street.
RENIER,
127 MAIM STRFFT OPPQsnT ARCH. TFLEPHONE 317-2
APRONS FOR THANKSGIVING
The beauty and quality of our new assortment of Aproim is
bewildering.
Colored Aprons 25c to $1.00.
Plain and Fancy Tea Aprons 25c to $1.50.
Lawn, Dotted Swiss, Figures, Embroidery, Lace Embroidery or
Ribbon Trimmed.
Blouses As the Mode Dictates
The Blouse question, often so puzzling, finds the surest and
most satisfactory solution here.
All are extremely smart and moderately priced.
Kid Wash Gloves
Special at $1.00. White, Putty, Ivory and' Tan.
Coats Suits Dresses
All the season's newest Ideas at moderate prices.
New Flannelette Gowns and Skirts
Cut full size of best quality of Flannelette. "
NECKWEAR, ILINDKHRCHIKFS, HOSIERY, INFANTS' WEAH
DETECTIVES
If you are anticipating InvcsUga
Hon in any matter where secrecy.
Integrity and results are essential
write A. G. BROWN, 26 STATE
STREET, HARTFORD, CONN.
'PHONE CHARTER 412.
I une the Detecta Phone.
A
PRINTING
BY SKILLED UNION -MEN
and at Moderate Price
LINOTYPE COMPOSITION.
Printing Done In Several Laneuagc.
The Eastern Printing Co,,
53 Chur... Street. Tel. 634.
C. EBBBSEN. MGR.
MULTIGRAPH LETTERS"
, Fac-etmlie of Typewriting don In
1-2 and 3 colors with signatures.
Letter Heads Printed.
HARTFORD TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE, tnc
26 State St.
Hartford. Conn.
$3,000
Buys 2 tenement house, 2 minutes
from Corbin's, mortgage $2,000 at 5,
per cent-
II. N. DOCKWOOD.
Real Estate and Insurance
86 West Main or 793 East
L.
STORAGE ciRs
.For the Winter $3.00 per month-
HARTS GARAGE
Horace I. Hart, Prop.
Livery Service, Repairing, Tires
and Supplies, Cars bought and
sold.
TEL 221-4- 189 MAIN ST.
A. H. JOHISSOXS, u. D. S.
DENTiSr
National Bank Building.
OPEN EVENINGS.
For Your Insurance and
Surety Bonds
Avoid trouble by having your Insur
ance written by a man who knows.
how. Go to
DWIGHT A. PARSONS,
Booth's Block.
CKfJARDT DUNN

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