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NEW .BRITAIN DAILY HERALD, THURSDAY, APRIL 3, 1924.
Chamber of Commerce Will Erect
And Furnish Several Model Homes
"Own Your Own Home"
Campaign May Result
In Formation Of a
'New Financing Corporation.
CLOWNS AND ACROBATS
SERVE AS PALL BEARERS
NATIONAL DAILY IS
METHODISTS' PLAN
Rope to Establish Great Protes
tant Newspaper
I'tuieml Services Held For "Happy-
Co-Lucky-IJUlj" Showles
Old Friends Week
New York. April 3 . Six famous
clowns ami acrobats of the biff top
I ami ine sawuubi circle were pan Dear-
1 era today for their old friend. William
In a real constructive effort to en- (Happy-go-lucky-Hilly) Showles, the
courage the building of private homes , bareback rider, who died last Monday
.,.,,., ,.,... t ;at Bellevue hospital, wltere he ran an
by New Britain people, the New Drit- ct.vator
in Chamber of Commerce has deeid-j The funeral was held from an lin
ed to erect and furnish somewhere in idertaUer's establishment on lower
the city two or three model homes ' Eighth Avenue. Rev. J. H. Wnsson of
and it is altogether possible a planth! Granger's Welfare Fellowship,
for financing the erection of these r(ad a eon- S,01VS of Picons
homes will be evolved In a short time. : wno8n iiyes have ,,pe" in mak-
At a meeting held in the Chamber luBthrr flks ,aVh were there. Not,
rooms, at which representatives of all a 'f of them wept
line, of business were present from! ?.hr f"fed ly to Penn
the real estate man who sells the M.jsylra"ta Hoa- w'nce Mr.. Hhowle.
to the man who supplies the furniture 4;y?r ,oM T' "
it was decided most enthusiastic! , H t0 I'on I!ranch' N' J"'
xr.?nan,rw,i,,,hi,!,hprr't- vThi 'i
plan la In lino with the "Own our 1 .. . .,., .. .
; piled casket for a last look at "Happy. :
Own Home" campaign.
There is a shortage of homes in
BO-lucky-Billy."
"You're going to be
bareback
City items
The New Britain Institute library
wlfl be closed for the remainder of
the week for Inventory.
"Linger Awhile." fox trot, Bruns
wick record. John A. Andrews & Co
advt.
The New Uritain General hospital
has withdrawn the action against the
heirs, creditors and representatives of
Antoinette Hills from the docket of
t- , a . . ' the city court.
New Tork, April J. A movement , , .
, ... ,. . . ' Miss. Winifred Kenney has complet.
to. establish "a great national news- 1 e4 her course with the yLucllIe B(uty
paper to be printed daily except Sun- Parlors and will be associated with
day in at least three great centers" Miss Maria Roach in Holmes and
which would provide "a suitable and Hoffman's I51dg. advt i
satisfactory mouthpiece for the pro- j The reeuiar meeting of L. P. Pen- !
testantlsm of our whole country." re-'fieId Camr, Sons of veterans will he
ceived Bupport today at the New York
Methodist conference.
A resolution by the Rev. James J.
Henry of Poughkeepsle, offered on
behalf of the pastors of the Pough
kecpsie district, asked the conference
to memoralize the general conference
which meets In Springfield, Mass., next
month for authorization of the paper.
"We suggest," the resolution aaid, j
that should this undertaking seem to
be of too great magnitude as a de
nominational enterprise, appropriate
steps btaken to secure the coopera
tion of other denominations for the
the city at the present time and if
I"w nniain is to grow me c namwr . , M1(fi vour da14v n-t .. Kd
fMll it mllHt ttnreiitl cut uilh Itu nun ....... .. . .
f.mtlv home. -nH ..,.. . o . U A. "?.8Kf '. . .... ! Springfield conference calling for the
i " B,r- r.aax wnisperen. ' rm
milt of the meeting, a committee washing , bo a lockev. My father said
appointed to go further into the de. :u-g more thrilling than the circus."
tails of such a campaign, consisting of'
the following: l.ouis Jone. chairman:! ii p-ccprirrrrfi nvorl
A. A. Mills. J. R. Andrews. Steve ilU 1 sKC aVe(i
Ttobh. Bernard Stein. William H. AI-' Fl'Oltl BlUning Steamer
len, W. V. Hatch, Isaac Black, Harold lrty The Associated Press.
Shepard and R. O. Clark. , j Tort Sudan. Egypt, April 3. The
A committee was appointed last j l,no passenger of the Rritlsh steam
night to bring In plans for a brick, ship Frangestanv abandoned on fire In
house and plans for a frame house, to- the Red 8ea yesterday, reached here
held tomorrow night at 8 o'clock in
G. A. R. hall.
New Brunswick records every week
at John A. Andrews & Co. advt
Bankruptcy Referee E. M. Yeomans
has Issued an order in the matter of
J. Milner, insolvent Arch street grocer,
by which Attorney l. 1 Nair, the
trustee, will sell the stock' at private
sale,
Home cooked lunches at Cro well's.
advt
S. H. Woods, commander of Stan
ley post. Grand Army of the Repub
speedy consumatlon of the purposes , lie. has received from William E.
of this memorial In providing a news- ! Latham, who is spending some time
paper in every sense worthy of the ; in Casadega. Fla., a box of oranges
great constituency it will at once com- ! Chocolate Cocoanut Faster Eggs.
mand and seek to serve." I Wonderful. 5c to $1. McEnroe's, W.
The resolution was referred to ai"alnSt. advt
committee. j for the post, which Was distributed
The Poughkeepsie district delegates among the members at the regular
also suggested a memorial lo the meeting Tuesday. The Ladies' Aux
iliary was also included.
THE HERALD
"WANT ADS" ,
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and Ready Reference..
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14 lines to an Inli.
Minimum Spate, 3 lines.
Minimum Book Cliarpe, 35 cents.
No A4 Accepted After X P. M. for
Classified Page on Same lay.
Ads Acceptod Over the Telephone for
Convenience of fustomers. Call 925
and Ask foi a "Want Ad" Operator.
AUTOMOTIVE
Auto and Truck Agencies
8
OVICH Mul'OH CAHtf- "Hetter
are being bulit and Uutck Is build
ing thuin." New Britain Bulck Co.,
22.i Arch street. Phone 2S07.
CADILLAC CARS Bales and Service.
Lash Moloi Co. "4 Heputsbl Concern."
West Main. cirner Liuooln street.
j CHANbLEK and Cleveland motor cars end
I aoryfisorles. American Hales Co.. M Ulm St.
' CHEVUOLET MOTOR CARSSaTS and
service. Superior Auto Service Company.
I iva Ai-cn Bt. rnone.
AUTOMOTIVE
LMJUiiii BKOTHUHS slOVOH CARU Sales
and. service S. V. Mutor Sales Co.. 15S
Hm Ht.. coiner Kranklln; phoqe 731.
UUHANT AND STAR motor cars. Sales
and service, "Just Keal Good Cars." C.
A. Hence. IS Main street; 'phunt 2216.
FOUU CAHS, Kordson tractor. Salsa serv
Ice; genuine parts and accessories. Auto
motive Sales a Service Co., 200 B. Main.
i H. I. KEITH, agent for Doi t and Haynes
automobiles. Apply la soutn Hlgn St.
Tel. ZCjU7.
gether with the costs, these to be pre- Rifely today on the stenmer Clnn Ma
sented at a meeting of the committee elver, to which they were transferred
to b held next week. . when U was seen that the Frangestsn
It was further derided st the com- was doomed.
mltte meeting that a moving pie- I
tUre be taken of the homes at various mm i J.iu imwra;.
tagea of construction and arrange. DIMI (IHMuM Will
.menta be made to have the nletures VlllUrtn IllLU
ahown in the local theaters during the
campaign to arouse Interest and en
courage prospective home owners.
Tha committee will meet, again next
Wednesday afternoon nt 4 o'clock, st
hlch time definite plans for the
campaign will be outlined.
According to Mary E. Curtln, sec
retary, 'The Chamber of Commerce,
In launching such a campaign, feels
that a family that owns Its own home
takes a pride In It. innlntHlns It bet-
elimination of several secretarial post
tions under the general board, and
for a general reorganization of the
church department.
FOSTER CONTEST FOR .
HIGH SCHOOL PLAY
PLAY IN THE CITY
Alumni AsMa4alirit of A. P. 8. Ar-
ranges for Appearance of Former
tocal riajer.
An event of specisl interest to dance
lr.vers of this city is being arranged
for"Aprll 54, when Mill Unman and
tr, gets more pleasure jout of It, and t Victor Arden and their orchestra will
has a more wholesome and healthful play at the Shuttle Meadow club un
atmosphere In which to bring up chll- der the auspices of the alumni asso
drtn. The home owner has a con- elation Of the Alpha Delta Sigma fra-
atructlve aim In life, lie works hard
r outside his home; he speeds Ills
leisure more profitably and he and hla
family live a finer life and en.loy
more of the com Torts of our modern
rlvliliatlon. As a direct taxpayer, he
ake more active part In local gov.
rnine.-.t. Homo owners make better
ternlty. The dance will be an Invita
tion affair and will begin at 9 o'clock,
continuing until t o'rlocK the next
morning. .
Tlill Ohman la well known In this
city, having formerly made hla real
dence here, for aeveral years he was
one of the planlMs of Paul White-
rltlsens ai:J as a result, they r -man's orchestra, playing at the Palais
roosters for their own
They are a part nf It."
Surpr;
isc Party on
Her 72d Birthday
A surprise party In honor of her j
T2nd birthday was tendered Mrs. Kar.
n Olson at the home of Mrs. D. A.
riekerman of t$ Walnut street, last
evening. A Urge number of Mrs.
Olson's friends gathered and she was
presented with a purse. Ph was born
In Norw ay and had resided In Forept
vllle for many years, coming to this
city recently and now residing st the
home of Mrs. rdekerman. Despite her
advanced are, Mrs. Olson la active
and keeps up with modern events and
her kindly disposition ha won for
her a large host of friends both In.
hit city and Forestvltle.
community. Hoyal, New Vork city, and he hat be.
come one of th bst known planlsta
In the ceuntry. Arder, Ohman'a run
nlng mate, a also well known to the
dance world. !oth mn have made
numerous recotdt of piano duet and
both hare played for piano rolls.
Name of Street Changed
Since Wilson Has Died
Gnoa, April The name of .for.
mer President Wilson was last night
removed from the Via Wilson, named
frr htm when he visited Genoa after
the world war, aid thot of Nicola
nonanrvlrt. founder of the Facl.t!
section In Tarls, was erected in Its
stend. surrounded by a laurel wreath.
Bonservtzl, who established the
Fascist! section In Paris, was shot ind
killed February 2", 1924, by Ernesto
Bonomlnl, a young anarchist.
12.50 Will Re (.hen to Trite Winning
Advertisement Senior Club
Meeting Friday.
The Amphion club has announced a
poster contest to advertise He com
ing production, "The Charm School,"
w hlch la to be given at the school on
Friday, May , The contest la open to
every student In the school.
The prlsea for the contest are a.i
follows: Flrat, $2.50; second, three
f-0 rent seats at the play: third, two
R0 cent nfats. The judges for the
contest are Mr. Brown, supervisor of
the art department at the school: R.
Btewsrt Eten and Harry Weasels.
The Senior club will hold Ita regit
lar monthly meeting at the school on
Friday evening of this week. An ex
cellent entertainment will follow th
meeting. From the close of the en
tertainment until 10:30 o'clock there
will be dancing In the gymnasium.
Ryder'a Whltmore club orchestra will
plsy.
The gymnasium classes for young
men will again be discontinued until
the students of the freshmsn mid-year
elawi hava received a physical exami
nation from the physical director.
The aaaasalnatlon of Lincoln and
the events which led up to Grant's
election as president of the I'nlted
Ptatea were the subjects of kA Inter
esting talk by Charle Covert at the
auditorium this morning.
The track team will hold a practice
t the school tomorrow afternoon.
Girl Basketball Players
In Intersectional Match
Westfleid, N. J., April I. The nrst
of a three gam tournament to de
r.M the girls' high school basketball
championship of the t."nltd Ware
will be played between the Westfteld,
N. J.. nd Outhrle. Okla., teams at
nosell park, suburb, tonight. The
Outhrle girl' team claims the high
school championship 'of the w-et
while the local team holds unchal
lenged title In the east.
Join Morans" Easter Music Club.
Indies Auxiliary, I. O.. B. P.. will
hold Its regular monthly meeting at
Odd Keilons' hall tonight at 8
o'clock.
"Lovey Came Back." special fox
trot. John A. Andrew & Co. advt.
iJiurel court. Order of Amaranth,
will hold a social Friday afternoon at
2:30 o'clock at Masonic hall. Fol
lowing the social there will be a cup.
yr at 4:30 o'clock and the regular
meeting st 7:30 o'clock.
For smart up-to-date spring hats,
call at the French Hat Phop. S? West
Main St., Professional Bldg. advt.
L.ester Pchaefer of Chestnut street
a eturlent of the sophomore rlass at
Middlebury college baa recently been
elected manager of the hockey team
at that Institution. Mr. Schaefer la a
member of the Kappa Fpsilon frater.
nlty and is a high stand man In his
els.
Mary ' Elisabeth, exclusive dress
shop. 17 W. Main, Prof. Bldg.
advt.
Stelnmeti, the late electrical wis-
ard. prophesied that people will not
work more than four hours a day a
hundred years from now.
ANNOUNCEMENTS 1
BuriaJ Vaults. Muiiiinicats I
HUDooN AND iiSSEX America's leading
.aiucft on uvw wubi noney
' man Auto Sales Co.. Sal. is and Service,
13 a Ann st.; phone Z1U,
IWIriluBILt; CAKS Salts anJ Service. City
service station, nartioro Ave., corner
Stanley and 8 Main St. A M Paoness.
BURIAL VAULTS Concrete steri reinforc
ed; watei proof, lieremetlrally sealed,
will outlast either wood or metal. Do
not require larger r,s. reasonably priced.
N. H. Vault Co.. 276 Maple.. Phone S761.
Muriels and Kurserymeo S
CUT FIoWEBS Potted plants pleasing
variety. Specialisms on funeral work.
Julinxin tireenhoune. H7 Church .St. HO.
OUT KLOWEKS. potTed plants; all "kinds;
luneral work; free delivery. San.iallle's
Greenhouse, 211 Oak SI. Phone !f43-U.
Lost and Found
COLLI K lost, strayed or stoh-u, large tsn
and white collie, IS nios. old. Return to
Mrs. R. C. Chapman, tt So. Illfc-h St., Tel.
;!5. Reward.
INTERNATIONAL TRUCKS Rackllffe
Bros. Inc., Park and Uiselow Sta. Phone
1074. Agfciita tor New Hrltaln and vicinity
LEXINGTON High giade motor cars. Sales
and Servlse. C. A. Bend ! slain St.;
'phone 2216. ,
MAXWELL AND CHALMFIIS Sales and
service. McGauley and Bennett V8 Area
street.
M OON MOTOR CARS Fa J 9rably knowa
the world over. F. L. cirren, Sales and
Fervlce. 5 42 Arch St. Phone 625.
NASH aud Oakland motor cars. Sains aud
Service. A. Q. Hawker. iU Elm street;
'phone 2456.
PAIGE AND JEWETT 10ot to 12770.
Whltmore Palge-Jewett Co., 311 E. Main
St., (near Elm). Phone J3.
Autos anil Trnck Fur Hale
DEPENDABLE USED CARS
DODGE BROTHERS
1023 Sedan, II type.
192S Touring.
1921 Touring.
1923 Roadster.
1921 Roadster.
BIHCK8 '
1922 Roadster, t cylinder.
1922 Touring, 4 cylinder.
FORDS
1922 Sedan.
1922 Touring.
1916 Touring, ISO.
DURANT
1923 Sedan.
ESSEX
1922 Coach.
TERMS ARRANGED
S. & V. MOTOR SALES CORP.
DODGE BROS. DEALER
151 ELM ST. PHONE 731
OPEN EVENINGS .
LOUT ROADS'i'EU lu I)u .Imp inei haute
aily, good pint and s guud tires. Ru
dolph's Garage. 127 Cherry St. I'lions
2t51-2.
FORD touring 1924, with starter and ds
mountahle rims, heen run 800 miles or
less. Erie Cleveland. Ptnnaclerox Farm
Plalnvlllo, Conn. -
FORD 1920 touting car. in good shape
throughout. I'rlce 1135. Automotive Used
Car Exchange, Arch St., fholle 1729-2.
IXHI--Iound. blown
store. Swamp Road,
Mnstro.
and. hla.-k.
I, -ieii6lng
Call at
eii6lnglon, Paul
8HKI'ARD--dng, hrottn, lost Monday morn
Ing no license or collar
Washington Ft.'
Rfturti to 1,6
Phone 2291-2. Reward.
TIRE AND RIM size 30x51. found laat
Monday at corner of Church and Stanley
Ft ownT see Mr. Rossi, Stanley St
Storu AiinuiiiicciiHiits
B. GEORGES jeweler, formerly of Room
10. Ill Main St, la now located at 436
Main St., directly opposite East Main St.
FREE 6s7 enlargement with every roll of
rum developed by Ohrnstedts. 73 wast
Main St.
WEATHER STRIPS Install the accurate
metal strips saving 1-3 coal Mils. T. Ii.
Woods. 61 Mais St. Phone 27.
CUT OF I.IC'K we mean those that don't
own a camera. Don't he one of them, we
have cameras from ous dollar up. Ar
cade Studio.
The New Britain General Hospital
vs. Heirs, Representatives and Cred
itors of Antoinette F. Hills; City
Court, City of New Britain, April 8,
182 1.
ORDER OK NOTICE,
Upon complaint In the above en
titled action, brought to Ihe City
Court, for the City of New Britain on
the third Monday of April, A. I..
1914, clnlmlng Judgment to clear the
title to certain premise situated In
said City of New Britain, It appearing
to the aubscrlblng authority that the
residence of Antoinette E. Hills, if
living, Is unknown to Ihe plaintiff,
and that If hot living the names and
residences of the. heirs, represents,
tlve and creditor of said Antoinette
G. Hill art unknown to the plain
tiff;
It la Hereby Ordered, that notice
of the Institution and pendency of
this action shall be. given said de
Cloak Suit Girl and Mil
linery Saleswoman wanted
for, Saturday afternoons
and evenings.
Apply
The Big Store
Raphael's Dept. Store
The New Uritain Shirt Co.
Wants
PRESSERS in Men's Shii to
$30 and $35 per week
can easily be made. '
266 Arch St.
UEO MOTOR CARS and trucks. Kenneth
M. Searle A Co.. Sales sad Service, cor.
Llin and Park Sta., New Britain, Conit.;
'phone 2110. Local agents lor Gabriel
Snuhbers.
WILLYS-KNIGHT AND OVERLAND uotol
cars, showroom at Elm St.; service. 127
Cherry St. "Th Sleeve-Valve Motor,"
R. C. Rudolph; 'phone 1051-3.
ROLL1N and Jordan Motor Cars, aalos
and service. Onorato Motor Co, It
Main St. Phone S42S.
FORD 1920 roadster, goud tires and ap
pearance. 3135. Automotive Used Cal
Exchange. Arch St.. 1729-2.
FORD 1920 sedan, tires, paint and uphol
stery In fins ahapo. Pries 3250. Automo
tive Ured Car Exchange, it Arch Su
Phone 1729-3.
FORD touring car, 5 passenger, 1H2
model, brand new. Inquire, ICS Hartford
Ave., 1st floor
FORD 1920 panel delivery, lu fine coudl .
lion lu every detail. Pile 3150. Auto.
motive Used Car E change. It Arch 8b
Phone 1729-2. '
FORD 19231 ton panel truck. (409. This
truck is practically new. Automotive
Used Car Exchange, 33 Arch St. Phone
1729-2.
STt'DERAKERS Light tx touring. 11043
special six touring, 11425; big six touring,
31.760; F. O. B. factory. M. Irvlna Jester,
193 Arch St. "This la a StudcbaUor year."
T"
Autos and Trucks fur Snle
ALLEN Inuring, IP51, I4H0; motor in good
condition. Tires good. Rudolph's Gar
age, 127 Cherry St. Phone 2051-2. Sales
room 4 Elm St. rimne 3391.
BL'Ilv. 1919 7 passenger touring car. Very
good tires and mechanical shape. Price
500. K. M. Herl a Co., Elm cor. Tark
Sis. Phone 2110.
CHOICEST CSLD CAHS IN THE CITT-
19M Packard, light louring.
1921 bulck, 3 cyl., I pass, sedaa.
1923 riul'k, cvl. 4 paa. coupe.
1917 Bulclc. cyl. roadster.
3 91 a Bulck roadster, winter top.
1921 Stephens flouring car.
1923 8tunhuki. light sis touring.
192 Studebalier, epaclal sis, touring
1921 Stearns roadster.
The cars are le good shape and
can b bought' at a fair price.
NEW BRITAIN
ARCH ST.
BUICK CO.
FliONE 307.
BUCK ED.N 192! lot ot sxtrss, A-l
ondttlon. onlv drivn o'r M mller.
Ptlca ressonabl. M. Irving Jester 193
Arch street.
CHEVROLET 1 924 kedsn. Iieed only 3
weks. I tli. ran be bought at a rub.
S'antlal saving. llnnerman Aute Fairs
Co.. n AMi Plmne 2IJ.
SPLENDID POSITION
For the right girl, 20-30 years
of "ge. State salary. Refer
ences must be definite, bearinir
fends nt by publishing this Order m investigation.
Must be available at once.
(ADDRESS BOX 4
HERALD) ,
BUICK Big 4. touting car. In good .hape
rtic lino. O. A- Bene, si Malu St
Phone 2211.
The New Hrltaln Herald, a newspa-
per published, in the city of New
Britain, once a week for two con-
;secutv wer-ks commencing on or
before April 4. 1924.
By. Order of the Court.
EMIL 3. DANBERO,
Clerk.
CADILLAC -7 paetgei touring price rea
sons hie Rudolph's (Jafage, 127 Cherry
St., Phone 9031-3. Calasroom, 4 Kim St.
Phone 8393.
CHEVROLET 1 9: J touting as, niechanl.
cal ahsi and appeatame iy g'iod, vx
lisnt rubber. Cash r terms. A. O.
Hawker. H Elm St. Phone 2153.
CHEVROLET 1924 rlan only 4 ks oH.
t tires, ctn be bought at a (150 mt.
fir. M"1suley a Dennett, 3 Arch St.
Phons ?s;.
DtiDtiE-tourfng. good tires and paint,
Rudopih's tiaraga. 127 Cherry St.. Pliom
1011-2. Salesroom. 4 Elm St.. thotie 1193.
pANIKLS 4 Pss. roadster. A-l tunnlr.g
condition with extrss. Prh- very low if
Isken at cms. lark's Aute I.sjmJiy,
w
rear i3$ Main street.
FORD 1920 coups, upholstery, paint and
tires excellent. Price 3200. Automotive
Used Car Exchange, 33 Arch St Phone
1729-2.
FOliD runabout, price 370, good canditlcn,
137 Henry 8t., 2nd floor.
t'OUCl SEDAN iu A-l condition.
327 Stanley St. Phona 2187-4.
Inquire
FORDS We have seveial good buye in
usvd cara at 535 and higher. Automotive
Used Cat Exchange, t. Arcb 6U Phone
1729-3.
GOOD USED CARS
1921 Chnvrnlet sedan,
1 923 Star sedan.
1923 Kaaea touring car,
1923 ("nkland coupe.
)923 Mnwvell aport touring car.
1922 Maxwell touring cur.
1923 Buh'k, 7 pars, louring nr.
1923 Huh k st ditn, 7 paas,
1921 Hudson touring, i pasi..
1921 KtiflehuHcr hlg 3, touring car,
IP20 Bulck coupe.
Ask us about our easy time payment
plan on new and used cars.
HONF1MAN At TO eAl.ES CO,
13 ARt-11 HT. fllONU ;io.
HlPMttBlLL 122 coupe, good appearante
ev ell. nt ciiglne and 3 good tin s, cash
or tuniis. A. u, Hawket, 53 Elm et.
Phove 2i:'6.
ICl'dlutilLE. liiodt.1 "N" loau.tef. ooud
appviiiaiii aud iu Sue bulling cisillilvii.
liudoiph's liatagv. 11 Chatty SI. Hnwu
sM-a.
HI'TMoiilLE :: uedanT'in A-l conditioo
anl IooUr nt.v,. Thin is a dr'pendahla
ui'ed car at rensonsl'l p-t . Met'.suley
ft Bnircit, 98 Arch Kt. I'iione Mhi.
llJl'MoulLU SEDAN la.e model, Pries
icasoUHliln, goud titvs, inMlecl vndittou.
Huduiphe Uaiage, 127 Client IH. fhoee
2051-4. e'dlcioom, 4 Elm St, phone
3 .;.'.
iiUl'AKrllll.E loutlrig car ID A-a '"e'lisps,
niecliahivally; nva good Ills. td look
good; 3350 take it. A. U. liswser, 43
Elm HI. 'phone 2154.
MAXWULlTm; 1. U Price li:C "liree.
paint, uphuietery aud engine at, vaiy
guud. Automotive l.ecd cal Exchange.
Arch St I'hutie 1V29-2.
VlKI.AND-Model '"i"
lsl tomum
Ku'iuipii's Uaiag. 121 Cliei.y eu 1 1 ne
oLDSM 'BILE 1921 iouring car This la a
real buy lit a tnniKy cat lit good shape
IhtoligiiifUt. I'llce Lilly 3200 i'etme ti
edit. Automotive Md cat Kuimitgw S3
Anli St.. fhone 1729-3.
OVERLAND louring. 1921, 2 2 S s rrfe-t
louultion, paint t. K. Rudolph s (iainge,
157 t i nny Ht. Phone J'Jil-!. Salesroom
4 Elm Ht. Phone 33!'J.
PAi KARl' 1921 ;nalf louring car, A-l
c""idlton. lvice right. M. Irving Jester,
IM Arch street.
vou--1 cajo't soffoer k
tri r- .
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LOV6 l3 K.L TMAT CDU0TS, YOO
sec
MHO K.S-npetdwiiBtm. Vrir 9226. K. M.
Bfiirli Tark Bt.jor. fSltn. 2U.
1CE ipaniiiitfer tnutlnir tu i tfooti
tlrrt And In fine m li;n al condition.
Vi it 1')0. K. M. H' ft i lo Aio., t'trk ror.
Kim W n. t'hol.fj 21H.
HK laii'l niior.iwaMi of XVt tn atn Hy.
rrt'- ji-o. K. M. f '-title, or. I'aik and
KKO till I pt;iv.'rtgon, 1 'i lu -u.h Ity,
tti'GS enJ ceiit-ral vtttlttIon very ironri.
Hi ii. K. M ffenrle Vo.t vor. Park
find ri'gclow Ms. Plioua 211A.
Ul'tHT N ' ynu live iha money I'-om in
your i0'kft to rtHe ini a good vttvtl
ar from Anton J. Ouhn, lrn-M li Park
A.. Hartioiil, Conn. 14th Annual Bale
No Hunt nti'i;, im bntitm.
POLLY AND HER PALS
A Dark Scheme
BY CLIFF STERRETT
i
Tio vvtTv, J S Mti A I fwr-rH,S VLmc50l J U 4 JjS ' THAT Auo-ESeVd'EfTS. )
$iO X0 C SECRET SCHEWEN SECRtT StntNAE J LiSTtM TVIfc rT .vJ ' . f AAkE3 V OJt OSMB, THE. X
4xyOPcTM OP jX10 l5POSt- J PW-Ly' . I MOC'KIMK X VOCJPI QV-tEaJTM 4pP 1
CouDCF?&AMy l-. v -py . BOX T" t SLEEPlAJiS W k aaotLAR! L
K,tlV S X USTtej -roJ ff? beau-TV J rrWK
1 .
HMiiii I. mim a ituck S'.s In g.Kid ehai.
A Imlgaltl Ml the price auinototive I'rd
Cal I'.ni'f.niige, Ah St. 1','o.iie I72.-3
STAR "EIAN"T21 1 run anr l.'" mlL's.
tn fine ahep a -id looks good. Time pay.
nients nrianKed. Honcyiii.m Auto Snle.
Co., 139 Arch m. Phone t.
rriTMlllAKlTll lrt touring-car tlT giMd
t-tMirttng er,n'tttton. C. A. lien-, 31 Main
W. Phone 8213.
Csed ca Ka
mi Overland tearing. rlr wheels and
cold tirca.
s;i Cadillac, aclllng with a ne car
g 'jam nice.
1911 Chalmcra. T passenger toailng.
Prtca only 3254. ,
1321 Uanwcll touring. Like ne.
MCGAULEt BENNETT,
13 ARCH BT. PHONB 3it,
14TH ANNUAL SALE no excuses. 45 fairly
good cars lo choose from. Terms as low
as 35 down, 39 weklr. Aaron O. Cohen.
Inc. Park B Hartfnrd, Conn.
i'-4 to 3200 paid In easy lerfns give, yosj
a fairly frood car. Prices slashed, every
car must go par 33 te 325 down and
drtra one home. A arms . I'ohen, Inc,
1S Park .. Hartford, Conn.
1321 MAXWELL COUPS
tATB trrEt. tOW Vn.tACK
THE OWNER A Pl'RCHAHED
A NEW FORD AND WtJ ABE SELL
ma this can ra his.
A WONIrERrt'tt Btf ,
3JLMER ACTOMOBILIE CO.
PIONEBR FORD DEALERS
12 1LUN IT. fHONE lilt.
Thoaaasda of people read tha Her
Aid classified ads every nlchVv-advt.

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