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NEW BRITAIN DAILY HEKALU, TUESDAY, APRIL" 21, 1925.
1
REAL SECURITY
. & FORJRANCE
(Continued from First Page.)
Th rnlnleva declaration rroinlsed
harty support for tliu Icukiiu or na
tions and advocated that all coun
tries be made mumuers, this refer
ring to Germany.
The government will pursue the
double object of miiintulnlne lull uc
Cord with Old uMles und ilcu'loping
"the world authority of the leut'ue
of nations In conformity with the
ulshes of all associates of veterans."
"Security, arbitration und disarm
ament, those are the thr condi
tions upon which depends '''"i Ge
neva, protocul, the first beginning of
a great International peace pact. We
shall remain firmly attached to these
three conditions," deflated the pre
mier. "We shall work to prepare for
the reconciliation of Europe, with
out which our civilization Is In
danger of foundering."
Appeals for I'nlon
The declaration made a suuare
appeal for a union of parties: "We
Invite co-operation by all of the
citizens of France who place national i
sentiment above party passiun and
private Interests."
In proposing the maintenance of
a Vatican representative, the declara
tion said, "All members of the gov
ernment whatever may be their
doctrinal conviction are agreed on
asking you in the name of general
interests not to reopen a useless
controversy which is harmful to the
national credit."
The Vatican Issue
The recommendation for the Vati
can envoy was made because of the
"necessity for taking Into account
the requirements of national har
mony and the delicate conditions of
world politics. While he will re
spect all beliefs and are determined
to avoid troubling consciences, the
government remains attached to-the
law separating the church and the
state, and will apply it with equal
quantities of tact and firmness."
The government also asked the
chamber to avoid discussion of the
financial question which would like
ly develop misunderstandings, be
cause of the necessity o! "maintain
City Advertisement
Extension of High Street, from
Carmody Street to Miller Street, and
the establishment of street, grade
and building lines thereon
Clerk's office, City of New Brit
ain, Conn., April 20, 1925.
To whom it may concern:
Notice is hereby given that the
Board of Compensation and Assess
ment of the City of New Britain has
made the following Appraisement
and award of damages and assess
ment of special benefits or better
ments, caused by the extension of
High Street, from Carmody Street to
Miller Street, and the establishment
of street, grade and building lines
thereon, viz:
East Side
Damages Benefits
William Kalinski $110.00 Jijn.OO
John Andrakwicz 160.00 60.00
Michallna Zamoj-
ski 120.00 120.00
Richard & Daniel
Carmody, Joint
ly ll.no 90.00
Mary Ellen
O'Brien 25.60 157.60
Katherine Kelly . 414.60 81.60
Hanna Watson &
Elizabeth Car
mody, jointly . 93.20 115.20
Wladlslaw Nied-
zweckl go?. no 521.50
Edward A. Mc
Carthy 1,425.00 25.00
Catherine, Eliza
beth ft Thomas
Lowe, jointly . r.no.no .
J3.474.40 Jl. 250.90
City of New Brit
ain estimated
cost of work . 4.0OO.00
J7.474.00
Accepted, adopted, certified from
record and published twice by order
of the Common council,
Attest.
' ALFRED t. THOMPSON,
City Clerk.
LIMITATION OF CLAIMS
At e, court of probate l olden at New
Krttaln. within and for tlx distri't or
Berlin, tn the unty of Hartford ant
State of Connecticut on the :uth day of
April A. P. 1?25.
Present. Bernard F. linfTnev. Ksq. .TudKe.
On motion of Edmund t'roft of sid
New Britain, as executor e the lat will
and testament of .lohn . Sweeney, late
of New Britain, within said disirkt de
ceased. Thla court doth decree that six months
. allowed and limited for the creditors
of said tate to enhlhlt their claims
aaalnet the same to tho executor and di
rects that public notice be clven this
order tv advertising tn a newsjiaper pub
lished In aalrt New Britain, and hexing a
circulation In said district, and ly postlna;
a mpy thereof en the public eiicu post In
aid ten of New Britain, nearest the
lace where h 1weaeet leaf dwelt,
onteied from Reror.'.,
SEKNJUU) r. GAi i:Y, JuO;c
ing financial stability, without which
ruin would threaten our firesides,"
turly lHht Action
Premier 1'alnluve's roforenco to
French debts In his ministerial
statement today was taken as pres
aging early action by Finance Min
ister Cmlluux toward funding nego
tiations. All of M. Calllaux's com
ment on the subject Indicates his
conviction that a ttlomont of debts
Is one of the first problems to bo
reached. Ills method, it Is believed,
will be to handle the negotiations
himself, possibly sending his own
Instead of a foreign office repre
sentative to Washington.
Hall Million Dollar Loss to
F. L. Wright
Fprins Green, Wis., April 21. A
bungalow, said to be one of the most
beautiful in the world, and a collec
tion of Japanese prints that were de
clared Invaluable, were destroyed by
fire hero last night. They belonged
to Frank Lloyd Wright, architect,
who had estimated Ills loss at be
tween 4250, (100 and $51)0, fiuO.
The bungalow was situated on
Wright's estate, three miles south
of here and was of rectangular
shape. The living quarters and stu
dio were destroyed.
A number of plans for skyscrap
ers, upon which Wright was working
also were destroyed.
Wright rebuilt the hungalow after
his return from Japan, where he de
signed the Imperial hotel, in Toklo,
one of the few buildings that with
stood the ravages of the recent
earthquake.
In 1914 before the bungalow was
remodelled and rebuilt, a negro
named Julian Carlton, cook at the
bungalow, went suddenly Insane, set
Are to the building, stood at the en
trance with and axe and killed five
and Injured three others as they fled
from the flames.
City Advertisements
Chance of huildlng line on the west
sMp of High Street, from Broad
Mreut northerly 120 feet.
Clerk's Office
City of -New Britain. Conn.
April 20, 19
To whom It. mny concern:
Notice Is hereby given that the '
Board of Compensation and Assess- .
ment of the City of Now Britain, has j
made the following appraisement j
and award of damages and assess-
juent of special benefits or better-
nients, caused by the change In the j
building line on the west side of 1
High Street from Broad
northerly 120 fct, viz:
Street
West Side
Damages Benefits
Joseph Bogdanskl
John Gacek
Joseph and Anna
Orzel, jointly . .
Mary-anna Mus-
zynski
Vincenzo Canna-
rclla
$1,100.00
JoOO.fJO
300.00
200.00
ioo.oo
ji.ioo.oo $1,100.00
Accepted, adopted, certified from
record and published twice by order
of the Common Council.
Attest:
ALFRED L. THOMPSON,
City Clerk.
Notice Is hereby given that there
will be hearings before the Ordi
nance Committee on the proposed
zoning ordinance to be h"ld in the.
Common Council Chamber as fol
lows: For taxpayers in the First, and
Third- Wards Tuesday, April 21,
1925 at 7:30 p. m.
DAVID T,. NAIR.
Chairman of the Ordinance Com
mittee.
THE POTTERS
1 TU1NK I'u GO CUT AMU
mose aroumd a time in
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POLLY AND HER PALS
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"I -HOIMOIJHAtV r ' COPPER STOCK VeOUfcHT IQOOO U HE, gQp at THjJ'"y ( SUCKRW ,
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An TH& OF YDCt -zzzzi
.TO TNI AIO "HMIO90JM. MAH" ' !..M
1 & ?TILL THE. IOOL OF- S h
FDVllrllH HEAPr ' ,
WHEN tlCl ' j
A 1 10 SIT BEHIND ONE.
jj F 'EM AT
SPORTSMEN ACTIVE
Fish and Game Assn. to Try toilnJ.k'.
Educate Public
The officers and directors of the I
New Britain Fish and Game associ
ation held a meeting last night in the
New Britain Trust Co. lie-solutions
were adopted on the death of Shef
field H. Clarke. Arthur E. Berg
was elected temporary chairman of
the entertainment committee to fill
the vacancy caueed by Mr. Clark's
death. It was renorted that the
membership to date Is 603.
The. directors voted to recommend
a change in the by-laws whereby an
additional committee be formed
which will be known as the law en-
forcement committee. This commit
tee's duties will consist of taking
care of all complaints of law break
ing especially against the members
of the association and a form was
adopted and an order placed for
printing the property owners' Agree
ments and protective posters which
are necessary ns it gives the com
mittee members something definite
to work on. The committee will also
strive to start a campaign of educa
tion so that the public may become
familiar with the fish and game laws
of the state.
Reports were received from the
fish committee that the members
had examined five brooks for trout
and when the survey of the streams
has been finished, the state will be
requisitioned for stock trout to bo
placed in these streams.
Application has been made by the
game committee, It was reported,
tor 150 pheasants, and the associa
tion is corresponding for more from
iai.sers and breeders.
The association will hold a meet-
I
Ing in May at which an effort will be painter, discovered in Stockholm,
made to secure cooperation of s ' Sweden, "the most beautiful blond."
committee from the Meriden Sports-! He told tho world about her, paint
men's association which would in-ed her, and then married her. She
rlude a motion picture record of the is now visiting In Coronado, Calif,
actual work being done in the state She is six feet tali.
Sat . Dom't tou Think ID
LIKE TO GO OUT OrtCt
IN A WHltE TOO ?
VELl. WHY DOM'T
ARE TOuR FEET
Cfl DO TOU'rlECD A SUiDf
" 5
lb LEAD rou
Block bt The
r
ETHEL: When the
by avsoclatlons. Speakers will also
bo secured.
A joint meeting of the fish and
game committees will be held next
Monday night to complete the sur
vey of th remaining territory.
Speed Deteetlvcs
o. To prevent the speefl-
nd racing of the city auto
busses with other motor cars, which
caused many accidents lately, the
police have decided to place a plain
clothes detective on each bus.
Lease Kaisr's Villa
Rome. Gabriele d'AnnunzIo
has leased for nine years the form
er kaiser's villa, "Falconierl," near
Rome. It. was first reported that
the beautiful estate had been given
to him.
6-Foot Beauty
Ernest l.lnnenkamp, Austrian
TOU?
IT tEf MS TO Mt TOU DO A LOT
MAD AT fOU"
OF NOSlMQ AROUND ftlOHTS
fOB FRESH AIR LATELY. ARffl'r
AROUND ThS
TOU AFRAID TOU LL GET RUN
over or Something?,-A
hand f
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a 7 . I 1
gggjgggggfgjpygpjgggBKagg Owl Bet wttin iwiW
Idol Isn't Idyllic
No Kevenue Today
Maid Mum, there's a revenue
officer waiting at the door.
Mrs. Jones Well, tell him we
don't need any just now. Hamil
ton Royal Gaboon.
AT YOUR
SERVICE
Below is a list of the
Standard Headings in
every day use on the
Classified Page. Note the
easy-to-read alphabetical
arrangement.
Phone Your Ad To
925
Closing time for insertion
in same day's paper
1 P. M.
CLASSIFICATION HEADINGS
ANNOUNCEMENTS
1 BLTttAL 1.CTS, MONUMENTS
2 DEATH NOTICES
S FLORISTS
4 FUNERAL DIRECTORS
5 LOST AND FOUND
6 PERSONALS
7 STORE ANNOUNCEMENTS
AIT05IOII1LES
AUTO AND TRUCK AGENCIES
AUTOS AND TRUCKS FOR SAI.B
10 AUTOMOBILES FOP. EXCHANGE1
11 AUTO PARTS AND ACCESSORIES
12 AUTOMOBILES WANTED
13 AUTOS TAXI SERVICE
14 GARAGES TO LET
15 MOTORCVCLES AND BICYCLES
16 MOTORCY'LS-BtCTC-LS WANTED
17 SERVICB STATIONS REPAIRING
BUSINESS SERVICE
18 BARBERS HAIRD'S. MA8SEU8B
U BUILDING AMD CONTRACT
CO BUSINESS SERVICE RENDERED
21 DENTISTS
22 DRESSMAKING A MILLINBRT
23 DIEINQ ft CLEANING
2( INSURANCE ALL KINDS
25 LAWYERS-PATENT ATTORNEYS
26 MOVING, TRUCKING, BAQGAGB
I
I D rather 3o our and 1 1 don t know
Get Run over Than r wmat'S com ovra
STAT HOME AND BE
tou lately. Wat
talked to death.
NOT GOING AL0N3
as steady as "au
life is too Short to
SPEND ANY TOO
MUCH OF IT HSIDE
USED TO, PA
?
Feels "Sold"
27 PAINTING, PAPER HANGING
t PLUMBING, HEATG, METAL WK
89 PRESSING AND TAILORING
30 PItlNT'O, JOBB'G, 6TATIONERT
JI PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
32 REPAIRING A PIANO TUNING
33 WANTED TO RENDER SERVICES
EDUCATIONAL
34 CORRESPONDENCE COURSES
J5 DANCING TEACHERS
S INSTRUMENTAL AND VOCAL
37 LOCAL & PRIV. INSTRUCTORS
48 WANTED INSTRUCTORS
EMPLOYMENT
3D EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES
4 HELP AGENTS WANTED
HELP MEN WANTED
43 HELP WOMEN WANTED
43 HELP MEN OR WOMEN
44 SITUATIONS WANTED MEN
45 SITUATIONS WANTED WOMEN
FINANCIAL
46 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
47 INVESTMENTS, STOCKS, BONDS
48 MONEY LOANED
4S WANTED TO BORROW
LIVE STOCK
60 CATTLE AND 8WINB .'l
51 DOGS, CATS, PETS ,ij
52 EGGS, POULTRY SUPPLIES j ;
63 HORSES, VEHICLES ,
54 WANTED LIVE STOCK
MERCHANDISE
55 ARTICLES FOR SALE
56 BUILDING MATERIALS
57 BUSINESS A OFFICE EQUIP
58 FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCTS
59 FEED AND FUEL
60 FERTILIZERS, SEEDS, PLANTS
CI FOOTWEAR AND CLOTHING
62 GOOD THINGS TO EAT
IS HOUSEHOLD ARTICLES
(14 MACHINERY. ELEO, A TOOI.8
66 MERCHANDISE AT THE STORES
66 MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
61 B RADIO
67 WATCHES, DIAMONDS. JEWELRY
OS WANTED ARTICLES O BUY
REAL ESTATE FOR RENT
! APARTMENTS A TENEMENTS
70 BUSINESS PLACES FOR RENT
71 DESK ROOM AND OFFICES
72 FARMS FOR RENT
73 HOUSES FOR RENT
74 SUBURBAN FOR RENT
75 VACATION PLACES FOR RENT
70 WAREHOUSES & STORAGE
71 WANTED TO RENT
ItKAI. ESTATE FOR SAIJt
78 AGENTS REAL ESTATE
73 AUCTIONEERS
80 BLDG. & BUSINESS PROP
SI BUILDING LOTS FOR SALE
82 FAIiMS FOR SALE
S3 HOUSES FOR 6 A LB
Si SHORE PLACES FOR BALB
Si SUBURBAN FOR SALE
SS REAL ESTATE FOR EXCHANGE
S7 REAL. ESTATE WANTED
ROOMS, BOARD AND HOI ELS
88 HOTELS
19 ROOMS FOR RENT
90 ROOMS AND BOARD
91 ROOMS FOR HOUSEKEEPING
93 WANTED BOARD OR LODGING
92 WHERE TO CINE
well, I ought be
GOING ALONG JUST
AS STEADT AS EVER,
WE'RE STILL IN THE
t Same Rut
BY
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"WANT ADS"
Alphabetically Arranged For Quick
and Ready Inference.
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Yearly Order Rates Upon Application.
Count 6 words to a line.
14 linn to an Inch.
Minimum Space, I lines,
Minimum Book Charge, 16 will.
No Ad Accepted After 1 P. M. for
Classified Page on Sam Day. Bat. 10
A. M.
Ada Accepted Over the Telephone
for convenience of cuetomera. Call
21. Aalc (or a "Want Ad" Operator.
ANNOUNCEMENTS
Bitrlal Lots, Monuments 1
BURIAL VAULTS Concrete ataai rata
f oread; water proof, Hermetically eeej.
ad. will outlaat either wood or metal
Do not require larger lota. Reasonably
prlead. N. B. Vault Co, Kensington.
Tl. 1147-16 t
NEW BRITAIN Mounmantal Worka, 121
Oak St. Monuniema of all el tee and
deacrlptlona. Carving and letter cutting
.our epeclalty.
Florist
CUT FLOWERS potted plants, pleaalng
variety. Specializing on funeral work,
Johnflon'e Greenhouse, 617 Church St.
FRUIT and ahaUo trees, grape vines,
b&ib&ry and privot hedges, also rose
bushes. Thos. Paonessa, 212 Oak St.
NICE CARNATIONS 81 a doi. Very fine
flowera. Bandallle'a Greenhouse. 218
Oak Bt. Tel. 2613-12.
POTTED PLANTS A bullion. Azalea, Be
gonia. Cineraria, Cyclamen, Ferna, Palme
Vlncos, etc. Flower Garden House, 1163
Stanley St. Phone 2388-12. Store 436
Main St. Phone 3394.
Lost and Found
BATTERY TESTER marked atarter me
ter model, April 18th. Finder return to
Morell'a Battery Shop. Reward.
LADY'S silk hand bag lost betwecu titan
ley street trolley and Davidson & Leven-
thal. Flnilcr kindly call 638-23.
l'OCKETBOOK lost containing sum of
money and driver's license. , Finder re.
turn to Harold F. Hart, 125 Stanley St.,
Tel. H42-4.
STRING pink coral heads, lost, between
Lincoln St., and Landers, Frary A Clark.
Reward. Phono 3087-2.
I'ersmmla
IF YOU BUY FILMS buy them liora and
get a camera FREE. Arcade Studio.
AUTOMOTIVE j
Auto and Truck Agencies 8
UUICK MOTOR CARS aaloa and service.
Capitol Bulck Co. 193 Arch BL Phone
2607.
CADILLAC CARS Salee and Service.
Lash Motor Co. "A Reputable Concern."
West Main, corner Lincoln streets,
CHEVROLET MOTOR CARS Salee ana
service. Superior Auto Company. 174
Arch St. PhonJ 211.
DODGE BROTHERS Bale and aervlce
S. A r. Motor Salee Corp., 166 Elm St.
, coiner Franklin. Phone 731.
FORD CARS AND TRUCKS Fordson
tractor. Salea and acrvlco. Genuine
parte and accossories. Automotive Salee
& Service Co., 200 K. Main. Phone 2701.
HUDSON ESSEX Salea and sei-vlce. Park
St. Auto Co. associate dealer. 130-331
Park St.
HUPMOB1LE CARS Sales and service,
City Service Station, Hartford Ave.
corner Stanley St., A. M. Paonceaa.
LEXINGTON high gtade motor care.
Salee and Service. C A. Bunco, i)
Main Bt. Phone lilt.
LEXINGTON. OAKLAND and GRAY Mo
tor Cara, Salea and Service. Hardware
City Motor Co.. 6 Elm St. Phone 2724.
MAXWELL AND CHRYSLER Salee ana
aervlce. Bennett Motor Sales, 250 Arch
Bt. Tlione 2952.
NASH motor care.
Salea and Service.
Elm etreet.
See the new line.
A. G. Hawker, H
OLDMIOB1LE MOTOR CARS "The Re
fined Six." Smith Motor gales. 100 West
Main Bt. Phone 2900.
PAIGE & JEWETT Motor cars, Salea A
Service. Whltmore Palge-Jewett C
319 Kast Main St. Tel. 1:810.
KIEROE-AKI'.OW Hudaon, Eseex, Amer
ica's leading car values, 8ee the new
coachea. Honeyman Auto Salea Co- 139
Arch St. Phone 2109.
REO MOTOR CARS and trucks. Kenneth
St. Scarle & Co.. Sales and Service, cor.
Elm and Park Sts. Phone 2110. Local
sgents for G.tbrfel Snubtiwrs.
STU DEB A KER Service and balearuotn at
226 Arch St. A, aD. Motor Bales Co,
Inc. Phone 260.
WILLYS-KNIGHT AND OVLRLAND
motor cara, showroom and service, 127
Cherry St. "The Sleeve-Valve Motor,
R. C. Rudolph. Phone 2051-1.
BY J. P. McEVOY
7 " H
CLIFF STERRETT
AUTOMOTIVE
Auto and Tracks fur Hal
BUlOK-for aale, fva paanengar, In good;
condition. Stratford ltd. Call' eve.
ntnge.
11UICK touring car, )9J good tlrca and
paint; In good running order, 6136, C
A. Uwa, tt Main St. Phone t2!6.
Bl'K'Kt 19224 cyl touring car . Nrw
paint, new top and aide curtalna, uplioU
elery A-l, good oorde, new brakea. motor
very good. 6200 down. A. O. Hawker,
88 Kim HI. Plume 4H.
CADILLAC, 1918 rhaeton.' In good aliapo,
1100 down.
Bennett Motor
galea Co,
(60 Arrh Ht,
Phone 196).
CADILLAC, 1919 Phaeton, paint and up.
holetery In nice ahapa. Five good tlrca,
emooth, newly conditioned enlne. Tlila
la a rare buy, 1200 down. Will take a
lighter car tn trade. Rennett Motor Saloa
Co., 180 Aftl St. Phone '296;, '
CHEVROLET, 1924 Now paint, 6 good
forda, automatlo winter front, uphnletery
la' like new. Price 8400. Hxre'a a liar,
gain. Bennett Motor Bakia Co, 360 Arch
St, Phone 1853. . .
CLEVELAND aport lourlnit, 10:4, Uroy
tourjng 1924; A-l condition for aale at
a fair price. W. C, Betta, 131 Wlnthrop
St. Tel. 1041-2.
COLUMBIA, 1923 BueinOHB coupe, new
paint, upholstery llko new, t good tires,
humpera, anuhhera, etc. Excellent motor.
1100 down. Will take your rnr In trs'ln.
Jennett Motor Balea Co., 110 Arch Ht.
Phone 28f.3.
DODGE Businea coupe, 1023. 6 good curds
fine leathor' unholatery, good paint and
nerhanlrally perfect, 1200 down. Terms.
A. O. Hawker, 68 Elm St. ' Phone 2t58.
DODGE BROTHERS, 1918 acilun. 6 wire
wheels and good cords. Thla car ioke
very good and la In fine condition; 87a
clown. Trade considered. Bennett Mo
tor Pales Co.. 150 Arch Bt, Phone .2951.
DUIIANT, 1923 sport touring isr. Rolilne
EKg Blue, many exlrnsj 6 good corns,
top and upholstery excellent, 300 down.
Terms. A, G. Hawker, 68 Elm St. Phone
2tS. .
DUIIANT touring car, A-l condition, for
solo. Apply Lxlde Battery, 96 Chestnut
St.
EI.CAR. 1931 touring car, top, Urea (5)
and upholstery are Rood. Motor In nice
running condition, 8100 down. Trades
considered. Bennett Motor Sales Co., 260
Arch Rt. Phono 29J2.
FORD ROAD8TKR
shape. Price 850.
St. Phone 2210.
-In good
C. A. Bonce,
running
6l'Maln
FORD COI'PB, 1923 Many extras, good
paint and tlrca. Bennett Motor Salee
Co., 250 Arch St,' 2J53.
FOIID, 1921 Tudor sedan, noo.l condition.
3 cords. Price 8100. 1 650 Stanh'y Ht.
FliltD COUPES, 1024 We have 3 of them.
Newly pointed and with good tire equip
ment, bumpers, snubbers, etc. Upholstery
Pftrt motor ara excellent. Down payment
J1U0 each. See thee closed Fords before
buying. Bennett Motor Sales Co., 2;
Arch St. Phone 59r.2.
FORD SEDAN. 1321 good condition. Ru
dolph's Ctamcre,- Phone 2l)l-2,
FORD ToRUiNG, 1921 tn excellent condi
tion. Inquire Johnson, 415 Arch St
HUDSON 7 imssuiger, wcdtin. Will take
smnll car In trade. Phone 124-13.
IltTMOMI.E, 1924 scden, disc wheels. 6
good cords, paint and upholstery look
new, general condition voj-y 'good. Down
payment, 8500. Trades i-onsldered.
Bennett Motor Sales Co., 250 Arch St.
Phone 2952
LEXINGTON BROUGHAM. 1923 good
condition, a A. Bence. (1 Main St.
Phone 221 5.
LEXINGTON Oakland and Gray, High
grade motor cars, Pales and scrvlie.
C. A. Pence. 51 Main St. Phone 2215.
MAXWELL, 1922 tourlnRS. (2). Both ore
In excellent shape and look good. Down
payment only Jino. Trades considered.
Bennett Motor Sales Co.. 250 Arch St,
Phone 2952. .
NASIt, 1 S 2 .1 - - 6 cylinder tourlnc car. that
will perform. Maroon body, disc wheels,
6 Rood cords. 2 bumpers, khaki top,
trunk, reflectors, epot and stop lights,
motor meter nnd cap. Gray Spanish
leather upho'.stcry. Down payment 8325.
Tprtns on balance., A. G. Hawker, 68
Kim Ht. Plmne :t?,6.
NASH, 1924 0 ryllijricr touring car. Ori
ginal paint, disc, wheels, 5 good cords,
top and upholstery . very good and
meehnnleally perfect, 8325 down. A. G.
Hawker. f.S Elm St. Phone 2li6.
OVERLAND Country club at your own
price, f. A. Bence, 51 Main Rt. Phone
OVF.KLAND, 1924 touring car, fully
eouluned and In a new condition. Ru
dolph'e Garage. 127 Cherry St. Phone
20T.1-2.
OVERLAND SEDAN, 1921 perfect con
dition. Rudolph's Garage, 27 Cherry
Bt. Phone 2051-2.
, 1923
llli.in.
-model for
8190 quick
Male,
sale.
First class
Tel. t:P2-
BTAIt, 1921 touring cam, (2). Brand new
never driven. Bi disc ount. C. A. Bene
61 Main St. Phone 2216.
STI'DKHAKER--tou. ing car In good run,
nimr shape price Slf". C. A. Bence,
61 Main St. Phone 2213.
STI'I'KBAKKR, Hit IIbIu It louring car.
OrlcJiial paint, tine motor. 5 good cords,
upholstery nnd top very good, $125 down
terms. A. li. Hawker, 5 Kim St. Phono
245(1.
WII.l.TS K.NKII1T. 1517 touring car. Ex
cellent motnr and 1 good cords. Price
HO". Terms arranged. A. ti. Hawker,
5S Kim PL Phone 2ir.lt.
BRAND NEW Maxwell cluh sedan. Only
run 40 miles. Substantial reduction,
Honeyman Auto Sales, 139 Arch
St. Tel. 2108.
DEPENDABLE USED CARS
DOUCE BP.OTHEnS
mil B-sedan.
1PT4 Touring.
1!?3 Touring.
l!t?a Touring.
1?18 Touring.
FripDS
1S24 Pdan.
Jfi2t Touring.
J S2S fedan.
1322 Touring.
EPSKX
1S2I Touring.
COMMEPCTAt, rATtJ
DOI'dE BP.OT1IEP.S
1M9 Peo atsko body.
TEPSI9 Ar.TtANGED
THE
. ft r. motor sales conr.
Itodge Brothers Dealers.
I.', 5
ELM 8T. TEL. 751
OPEN EVEMNUS
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Quart! Light Voi I'jorrheA
353 MAIN ST.
LIMITATION OF CLAIMS
At a court of probate holden at New
Britain within end for the. district of
Rerlln. In the County of lftrtford and
Ftate of t'nnpetlcut, on the soth day of
Arrll. A. 1'. 125.
Present. Pernsrd F, ftaffney, Eso. Jtidge,
On motion of Edna Shaw Damon of said
Berlin, as executrix of the last will and
testament of Herbert H. Damon, late of
Derlln. within said district de-eased.
This court doth decree that six months
he allowed and limited for the creditors
of said estate to exhibit their rlatnis
against the same to the executor and dj-
terta that public notice be given of thia
order by advertising In a newspaper pub
lished In said New Prttaln, and having
circulation In anld district, and by posting
a copy thereof on the public sign post In
anld town of Berlin, nearest the place
where the deceased last dwelt and return
make,
Certified from Record,
BEILNAPOt If. OAK! .NLY, Jttug.

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