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NEW II A VEX MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER, TUESDAY JULY, 17 1906
gisfopii Clearance Sale of Summer Dress Goods, The selling season for summer dress goods is waning and prices are droping as a consequence. This sale affords a splendid opportunity to buy the material for an extra summer suit or waist at a big saving. All the season's most de sirable weaves and color combinations are repre sented. See Window Display. Plain Colored Dotted Silk Mulls, tans, cream, brown and green; value 25c and 39c a yard, sale price 15c. Figured Lawns and Or gandies, value 12 l-2c a yard, sale price 8c. Figured Lawns, value 8c a yard, sale price 5c Colored Linen Suitings, in pink, green, oxblood, black and linen colored voile; value 50c a yard, sale price 15c 8c. and 12 l-2c. Ginghams, checks, plaids and stripes; sale price, while they last 5c Dotted Silk Figured Mulls, white grounds with colored figures, pretty colorings and handsome designs, value 39c a yard, sale price 25c Store Closes Fridays During July and Aug ust at 12 o'clock Noon. Store Closes Saturday Noons during July and August 200 PORCH SCREENS MOSQUITO NETTINGS (for beds.) LINOLEUMS OIL CLOTHS CARPETS MATTINGS RUGS WINDOW SHADE GO. Connecticut' Largest Carpet, Hug and Drapery Store. 75-81 ORANGE STREET. The Chatfleld Paper Co. U 2r98fi730? ; j State Street Most Complete Line of Paper and Twine in State. ' MILFORD NOTES. Theodore Thompson has been elected president of the new association that was formed at Fort Trumbull Beach. The other officers are Isaac Moss, R. S. Baldwin, Samuel Greensteln and Orris Rhoades. The association was formed for the betterment of that shore re port panlel Appleton White, of Chicago, who has been a guest at Woodmont in the past, but not during the past three years, has returned. L K. Harney and family and W. T. Russell and family are located on the Vue de L'eau avenue, Woodmont, for the summer. The Hill Cottage on Hawley avenue, Woodmont, Is occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Scheffer and family. Henry Doerr and family have arrived from Waterbury and are In their new cottage on Second avenue, at Laurel Beach. The JIarggroff cottage a,t Laurel Beach is occupied during the month of July by a large party of young people. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Leach, jr., Mr. and Mrs. George Williams, Mr. and Plain Colored Silk Mulls, in pink, blue, red, green, black and lavender; value 25c, sale price 19c. Figured Silk Mulls, white grounds with light' blue flowers in. different designs, value 25c a yard, sale price 19c. Coin Spot Pongee Batiste, white ground, with medium and large com spots, in blue and black, also grey with black spot, value 25c a yard, sale price 17c. t:: i t : t I'iguieu juiueu i,awus, iu white grounds, with pretty coiorea ngures ana norat effects, some dainty designs for children's wear, value 35c a yard, sale price 19c. Real Irish Dimities, white grounds with figures and dots, value 25c. a yard, sale price 17c. ABOUT 200 PORCH SCREENS WHICH CAMEJ LATE, WILL BE SOLD FROM 00c TP. JfOW'S THE TIME, HERE'S THE PLACE TO GET YOUR MOSailTO BED NETTINGS. KEEP THE LITTLE HUMMING BIRDS (I) ON THE OUT SIDE AND ENJOY YOUR SLEEP. THE NEXT FOUR ITEMS, DURING INVENTORY SALE, WILL BE PRICED TO SELL AT SIGHT. ANTICIPATE YOUR WANTS AND SAVE MONEY BY BUYING NOW. RUGS WE'RE OFFERING GREAT BARGAINS IN RUGS ALL GRADES AND SIZES THEY ARE PATTERNS THAT HAVE BEEN DROPPED BY THE MILLS AND WILL NOT BE DUPLI CATED. 7 Foot of CenterSt WMIWH1PHHBMI Mrs. R. L. Hunter, Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Frisbie and several others are in the cottage. The Augusten cottage on Clinton avenue, Woodmont, is occupied by C. B. Ferguson and family, from Colum bus, O. Mrs. Stevens, of Washington, D. C, arrived In Mllford last Saturday and will remain in town for a time. Her daughter, Miss Sidney Stevens, Is here also. The date of the union picnic has been changed, as Beardsley park was engag ed for the date selected by the commit tee. The date will be announced as soon as it has been decided. Mrs. Wales and her daughter, Miss Lillian Wales, of Bridgeport, have re turned to their home after a visit with ! friends in town. ! Miss Grace Patchin is the guest of her cousins, the Misses Susie and Louisa Mead, at Sunset Knoll,. Putnam avenue, ' Greenwich. Officer Stowell of the Howard avenue station, who has been ill at his home for several days, has returned to duty again. LATEST FAIR HAVEN NEWS UEUS OB lUTEREST fROX ACROSS THE RIVER. Rev. Charles G. Smith, George I. Stur. ges and John Male Back from Sue ceaaful Fishing Trip Rev, L. J. Bam. berg to Preach at Grand Avenue Bap tist Church Inspection of Dayton Hook and Ladder Company Interest. L Ins Dinner Party Given by WlUlam R. Hemingway Other Note. One of the moat successful blackfish ing trips of the season was that recent ly of Rev. Charles G. Smith, George I. Sturges and John Male. The party went In Mr. Sturges' power boat, an chored on Nigger reef, off the Branford coast, and were soon hauling flsh right and left. Rev. Mr. Smith was high hook, having caught two fish, each weighing three and a half pounds. The total catch was fully seventy pounds. Mr. Sturges says that In all of his fish ing this was certainly the most success ful trip. The shelling of the oysters is now at its height and several hundred thou sand bushels of shells will be planted out in the sound to arrest the oyster set. Dewing & Co., of Providence, who have bought several acres of ground, have brought up a big pile of shells from that city, and they are at Stevens' dock all ready to be shipped down the sound. Rev. L. J. Bamberg, of Lakeport, N, H., formerly o'f Fair Haven, will preach at the Grand Avenue Baptist church on the fourth Sunday in August. It is hoped to have Rev. P. 8. Evans, of Brooklyn, a former pastor ot the church. preach there on the third Sunday In August. Captain Luzerne Ludlngton, of Troop A, in speaking about the recent camp lastevenlng, sjtld that he regarded It as very successful and instructing the sol diers in the regime of army life. Quite a number of Fair Haven men went to Niantic a3 members of Troop A. Mrs. William Graham and cuildren, of Poplar street, are spending the summer in Woodbridge. The regular meeting of Quinnlplac conclave of Heptasophs was held last evening. Dr. L. T. Doollttle, of Grand avenue, has returned after a trip of several days at the shore. D.'L. Potter, of 49 Perkins street, is disabled as a result of stepping on a nail. Miss Mae J. Grant, Miss Sadie Dugan and William Grant have gone to the Adlrondacks for a two weeks' vacation. Connecticut has about 75,000 acres of leased oyster grounds, and Fair Haven planters control a large portion of this territory. Rev. Dr. Horace C. Hovey, of Mew- buryport, Mass., who Is here visiting relatives, preached at Pilgrim church Sunday morning and was warmly greet ed by many former parishioners. Dr. Hovey was pastor of this church sev eral years and was succeeded by Rev. Erastus Blakeslee. There was an Inspection of Dayton Hook and Ladder company last evening at the engine house at Four Corners preparatory to the parade of the state firemen at West Haven on Thursday. The Daytons have a new uniform which they will wear on parade for the llrst time Thursday. Rev. E. C. Tullar, who is stopping at the Plainville camp grounds for a few days and came home to preach Sunday, returned yesterday. Attorney W. S. Moyle, of Woolsey street, went to Boston on a business trip yesterday. The quarterly business meeting of the Grand avenue Baptist church will be held In the chapel Thursday evening at 8 o'clock. The Quinnlplac Hose company will not have any team entered In any of the athletic events at West Haven, but their fine chemical apparatus f ill be in line In the parade. The Daytons and the Beacons, of the Annex department, wlU each have a team to contest In the dashes and the hose races. Vincent R. Kilboy, of Shelter street, has returned from a visit with relatives in South Norwalk. Miss Emma Hart has returned from California and is staying at present with Mrs. James Hemingway, of Quin nlplac avenue. Miss Mamie Tracey, of Lloyd street, has returned from a pleasant stay In Beacon Falls. Captain John Coleman took a party of fifteen down to the Thimble Islands on Sunday in his yacht. Comet. The dinner party given by William R, Hemingway, of Quinnlplac avenue, to member sot his family and other rela tives, at the Peqiiot house Saturday, referred to briefly In yesterday's paper, proved a most Interesting occasion. One year ago, on Mr. Hemingway's eightieth anniversary, he gave a similar enter tainment at Mansfield's Grove. Those in the party on Saturday were Mrs. Al bert Forbes, sister of Mr. Hemingway; Burton Street, Miss Harriet M. Barker and Miss Anna Bradley, all of East Haven; Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Bray, Dwight Bray, Mr. and Mrs. WLllett A. Hemingway and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Willctt Kellogg and son, Mrs. Cora Farnham and daughter, Mrs. A. H. Waterbury, Mrs. Henry Hale, of Kan sas City, a sister of Mr. Hemingway; Mr. and Mrs. Ernest H. Crawford, Wil liam and Minnie Crawford, Mr. and Mrs. William E. Grannlss and son Wll-1 Ham, Harvey F. Hemingway, a brother J of the host; Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Davis and Miss Jessie Davis, Mrs. Ida Buck, Mr. and Mrs. Edward H. Barnes, Her bert Barnes, Mr. and Mrs. Marcus B. Hemingway and Miss Elsie Davidson. The guest of the occasion was Rev. R. E. Brown, of Pilgrim church. After dinner the party adjourned to the Hem ingway cottage for the remainder of the afternoon. The Quinnlplac Canoe club Is to have an illumination, display of red fire and a parade of canoes on the river this evening in celebration of ladies' night. There will also be music and refresh ments at the clubhouse in Front street. A very successful affair is predicted by the club. Elijah Hall, of East Pearl street, has gone to Greenport on business for his father, Ernest E- Ball, the oyster dealer. Mrs. Isabelle Jacques has gone to Brooklyn and Is vldting Rev. P. S. Evans and family, George Seheban, )f Ferry street, leaves this week for tie west to remain several months. The annual picnic of the Pilgrim church and Sunday school will be held at) Double Beach to-dty, and a special car will leave this nurnlng from East Grand avenue. ; Ground is being )roln for A. L. Chamberlain's new (arage In Lenox street. ., i The semi-annual neeting of Home council No. 10, Brotlerhood of Relief, will be held at W. C. T. U. hall, 17 Grand avenue, this (Tuesday) evening at 8 o'clock. ' OISITVARVSOTES. Joseph H. Bolaid Burled. The funeral of Jofeph H. Boland, whose death occurred on Saturday, took place at his late residence, 111 Greenwood street, yesterday morning, and also at St. John's R. C. church, where a high mass of requiem was celebrated by the Rev. John D. Coyle. Mr. Boland is survived tby four sisters, Mrs. Edward J. Coyle, and Annie, Bridget and Mary Boland, and three brothers, Patrick, John and James Bo land. The pallbearers were William Applebee, John Fannon, Joseph Dunn, John Moffat, John Shanley and Henry Coyle. The flowers were carried by John J. Moffet, jr., and Richard Sulli van. Fahy Brothers had charge of the arrangements. Interment in St. Law rence cemetery. FUNERAL OF .MART EGAN. The funeral of Mrs. Mary Egan was held yesterday morning at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. C. H. Conway, 12S Blatchley avenue. A solemn re quiem high mass was celebratead at St. Francis church at 9 o'clock. Father Kennedy w4g celebrant, Fa ther Baker deacon, and Father Derwln sub-deacon. . Mrs. Egan was eighty-seven years ot ago, and ono of the oldest residents of this cltv. The nallbearers were fin-,rsm Jackson, Christopher Fagan, Jeremiah Connelly, Michael Ward, Michael Caul field and Patrick Kane. Interment was In St. Lawrence cemetery. LITTLE CHILD DEAD. Mabel Blakesloe, an infant about sev en months old, died at the New Ha ven hospital Sunday. The child's mother Is employed at the Yqung Women's Christian association. FUNERAL OF MR. "WOODWARD. The funeral of Mrs. Charlotte F. Woodward, wife of Samuel R. Wood ward, was held at her late resldcnco on Saturday. Burial was In Evergreen cemetery In Watertown. cntsiu'RE... Cheshire, July 16. AS the Republican political rally at Niantic last week Ja cob D. Walter of Cheshire; who Is a candidate for high sheriff, of New Ha ven county to succeed. lA.' B, Dunham, hag many supportors, and Is quite suro of the sheriff nomination. The local trolley service, Is soon to be Improved by a double track between Cheshire and Waterbury', and the line south from Scott's Waverly inn to Mount Carmel will bo douMe tracked for some distance so that better time will be made to Mount Carmel and New Haven. The road is doing a good bus iness. It Is a pleasant ride from Mount Carmel to Waterbury. aj.so to MHIdalo ana to iMermen. Friends ot Air. and Mrs. John R. Paddock will bo interested to hear thattholr son Lawrence S. Pad dock, a member of the graduating class of East Orange High school of East Orange, N. J., has received an appointment as assistant examiner in the United States patent office In Washington. He is the youngest man ever appointed, not yet quite twenty one years old. His older brother John R. Paddock, Jr., has accepted a ikisI- tlon with the Knox Automobile Co., in Springfield, Mass. Ho has become en expert In automobiles. Rev, J. P. Hoyt and wife and daugh ter of St. Petersburg, Florida, who are spending their summer vacation In Connecticut and Massachusetts were In town last week. Mr. Hoyt, a former pastor of the Conditional church, preached a fine sermon Sunday morning lWore many of his old friends here. The Ball and Socket company will shut down Saturdwy noons through July and August, i to allow their em ployes a half day holiday. The Hitchcock block has been great ly Improved by having it painted, shingled, etc. ' The farmers are very busy these days cutting grain and hay, which are fine crops. The apple crop will not be largothls fall. Hev. Mr. Plthback ot the M. E. church has resumed his duties after a long Illness. Mr. Dunham has sold the old Deacon Baldwin place known as the Farmers' home, opposite J. H. French's house, to a Mr. Miller of Watervlllo. Mr. Miller Is connected with the Rim Co. ot that place." : "" FEETERS' STAFF TO HAVE FEAST. To-morrow evening the annual dinner of the staff of Major Smith G. Weed, of the Second company, Governor's Foot Guard, will be hold at Hill's Homestead, Savin Rock. The staff has Invited all the line officers to be present as Its guests. FIRE IN CLINTON. Sparks from the locomotive of a west bound local freight train set fire to the roof of Charles Stannard's house In Clinton on Saturday afternoon. Henry Tlbbals, of Guilford, gave the alarm, and the neighborhood rallied and put out the blaze. YOUR SUMMER OUTING. If you are fond of fishing, canoeing, camping or the study of wild animals look up the lAlgonquIn National Park of Ontario for your summer outing. A fish and game preserve of 2,000,000 acres interspersed with 1,200 lakes and rivers is awaiting you, offering all the attractions that nature can bestow. Magnificent canoe trips. Altitude 2,000 feet above sea level. Pure and exhila rating atmosphere. Just the place for a young man to put in his summer holi days. An Interesting and profusely il lustrated descriptive publication telling you all about it sent free on applica tion to F. P, Dwyer, 290 Broadway, New York. LEAVING NEW HAVEN T for Sea Shore, Cottage or Mountains does not necessarily mean leav ing HALVS. If you mail us an order instead of callinginperson, you'll be well served just the same. You can shop with us by Mail or Telephone, easily and satisfactorily. On reasonable orders within reasonabledistances :we prepay the Freight. V Closed Friday Afternoons until September. THEO. KEILER IToneral Director and Rrebalines, US State Street, cor. Kim. BRANCH OFFICE 438 Campbell Avenoe. West Haven, CHAMPION & CO., FLORIS TS. 1026 Chapel Street, Entrance Hyperion Theatro. DEATHS. U' fi 1., f.-.ri.rli. Conn. .Tnlv 1(5. 1906, Helen E. Dcmond, wife of Sam'i v. juccts. Numl'c funeral hereafter. HlfllATCRB ALMANAC. JULY 17. S Rises 4:32 Moon Rises H'h Water Courier' Record. MARINE. Tart ot Men Unven, ARRIVED. Sehr Theoline, Payne, Greenport. .Schr Enterprise, Martin, N. Y. Sehr Nautilus, Reeves, N. Y. Schr. Clara Jane, Ellis, Roundout. i CLEARED. Schr Aetna, Miller, Amboy. Schr Crest, Marshall, Onset. . Schr Edna, Camp, N. Y. Sehr Silver Spray, Wilbur, Glen Cove. Schr Ocean Wave, Thomas, Rockaway Schr Albert, Mcrritt, Greenport. LARGE lot, Evergreen Cemetery, party leaving town. Address w. J. Weston, 36 Casslus St. ji7 3t FOR RENT. FURNISHED house in Bethany, 12 rooms, mil mp, oreezy, large Darn. F. H. Brown, 38. Academy street Tele phone; ' jj tf District of New Haven, as. Probate Court, July 13th, 1908. ESTATE OF FRANCES A. WALKER, late or xirooBiyn, rew yorx, owning property in said District, deceased. The Administrator, having exhibited his administration account with said estate to this Court for allowance, It is ORDERED, That the 20th dav of July, 1906, at fen o'clock In the fore noon, at a court or 1'robate to be held at New Haven, In said District, be and the same Is appointed for a hearing on the allowance of said account, and this Court directs that notice of the time and place or saw Hearing be given by publishing this order tiiree times In some newspaper having a circulation In said District. By the Court, GEORGE W. CRAWFORD. Clerk. J14 3t District of New Haven, ss. Probate Court, June 18th, 1906. ESTATE OF CATHERINE O'BRIEN, late or inow jiuven. in said jjistrlct, deceased. The Court of Probate for the Dis trict of New Haven hath limited end appointed six months from the date hereof for the creditors of said deceased to brlna in their claims against said estate. Those who neglect to exhibit their claims within said time will be de barred. All persons Indebted to said estate are requested to make Immediate pay ment to GEORGE OBRIEN, Administrator. J14 3t District of New Haven, ss. Probate Court, June 27th, 1906. ESTATE OF MARY A. LINAHAN. late Of New Haven, In said District, de ceased. The Court of Probate for the Dis trict of New Haven hath limited and appointed six months from the date hereof for the creditors of said deceased to bring In their claims against said state. Those who neglect to exniDit their claims within said time will be debarred. All nersons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment to GEORGE O'BRIEN, Administrator. J14 3t GOODRICH 'GESSNER BETTER. Goodrich Gessner, son of Captain Gessner, who is ill from appendicitis, was quite comfortable yesterday. "Jim" Donnelly, tne campus cop, known by college men throughout the country, returned yesterday from a mnst pleasant two weeks' vacation spent with friends at Metuchen, N. J. Ho also visited other cities in both New T a -.. n4.ta ON THE HEIGHTS $60 A delightfully located eleven-room house all improvements :ou high ground over looking New Haven and Harbor, Conven ient to trouev. i,arge stable ana ground. GILL ST. $35 An eight-mora rent in a two-family house near West Chapel street. It has separate front entrances, Meam heat and aP im provements. I,ess than a mile from a atei ELM ST. $30 A first floor rent of seven rooms In mod ern brick residence with all improve ments, hot air heat and separate entrance. Near Sherman Ave. a block from car line SHORE COTTAGES Several furnished cottages located at the near-by beaches. They have from six to ten rooms each, and are well situated. Prices arc from Ji6o to $530. Summer Cottar for Sale. An eight room cottage in Oriental Park, Savin Rock. House is completely fnrnlxlied .and .ready .fur .occupancy. The price including furniture is only 71500. One thousand dollars can re main on mortgage. W. D. Judson, Room 402. 902 Chapel St. Mnlley Building. West Haven Building Lots Prlcea rouge from S2.Q0 to $3.00 front toot Six ot lot to ult Fur chaser. H. V. llCHARDS, Real Estate Broker 141 Orange St TOR BENT A central five-room fiat, having all modern improvements. Southern expo sure. 1 Money to loan In Sum to Suit. k g: hoadlry; Washington Building, Boom 214, 39 CHURCH STREET. Office open Saturday evenings during July and August To Let. Modern Offices In Build ing No. 839 Chapel St. Steam Beat, Elevator and Janitor Service. Benj. R. English, 630 CHAPEL STREET. Place your Fire Insurance with us. We represent the Home Insurance Co of New Tork, thq strongest in the country. . Canltal a.nnnnnn Asnet ai.ano.ona Mnhtlltiea Rxcept Capital... 9,518,Br0 Surplua to Policyholder 11,730,301 GARDNER MORSE & SON. Agents ' 851 t nAPEL STREET. FOR EENT Two very desirable new flats, 8 rooms, all improvements. West Chapel St. , J. C PUNDERF0RD tS9 Chuck Stmt. 200 LOTS Cunvenlent to the Green. GREAT OPPORTUNITY FOR BUILDERS OR INVESTORS. Buy of the owner. EDWARD M. CLARK II CHURCH STREET. Washington Building. mmmtm wrvV jimi in f VERY DESIRABLE ONE-FAMILY HOUSE ORCHARD ST. Wixuts. Ono cent a vrard to each Invrtiiu. live centa a word toe a full v time. SITUATION ty a competent cook, shore or -country. 10" Columbus Aye,,nd iicit EXPERIENCED two-needle sewing ma- Btrouse, Adle? & Co. WAHTUI1 T . AGLE-BODilD, ' MnZr&t be. United fatates, of good .character &nd temperate habits, who can Leak read and write Enllah. Apply cruitlng Officer, 8?0 . Chapel street. ford- HianVoe,nVr 7,58 Ma,1 Etreet- i5 fali22 .Main Btrect' Bridgeport: 199 Bank street. Waterbury, Corln. ' Hi tf A5J?dh?ip shoulJ call here. We i " lutJ Dest Pacea and always li.hL rge, numbera. Sleernan's Re name Employment Agency. 763 Chap eL 0Pen evenings. mH-tt fjf1'8 RELIABLE EMPLOX- tafn?hGE,NCT' 763 Chapel St.es S o.!4 20 yfiara Largest, best in fn? a6, .Be ma,e an female help anvhLanda11 klnda ot work- Sent anywhere. Open evenings. Tel 2322. TO'VVno cm vtimm 1401-' ChuJc street. Telephone ,where.Open evenings. R, B. SIA1.L.ORY AUCTIONEER and Appraiser,' 1121 Chapel St. Telephone 2360. House" hold sales a specialty. a4tH Piitent Stove Brick nre Cheapest. MISS LEEKE. Graduate' C. T. S.. and ii. in. aatiBiuctory treatment in all branches of Massage. Rheumatism cured by Electrical Massage. Great success in Facial work. Ail creama and lotions used made by herself. 99 Olive street. FOIt SALE 1,000 net patent Stove Brick. Every set warranted one year. Order received 703 STATU STREET. I HEREBY forbid all persons trusting will not bo responsible for bills so contracted. James J. Wrenn. jl4 3t STUDENT-USED Upright Planoa WE have a large lot used only through one academic year, mostly for a few; minutes amusement now and then they are as good as new, case3 re pollshed, sold $75 to $125 off, fully guaranteed. Stelnert, 777 Chapel St, ; jy9 Tt WANTED A MANAGER. A NEW York Corporation manufactur ing household necessity' (monopoly) desires Branch Manager. Office fur nished. Salary $1,800 and commis sions. Position worth $4,000 per an num to right man. Address Mr. Cor duan, 101-105 Beekman street. New York City. j7-14-21 3t Lauless, Day & Norn's, REAL ESTATE, 504 Malley Building.,; M. J. Lauless, Chas. H. Daj', Henry E. NOrris; , Hew Frock of BASEBALL GOOD J. A. McKee's, 930 Chapel Street. MONEY TO LOAM Loans quickly obtained on good Real -Estate Security, Interest at 45s or 5 per cent, according tosecurity offered. Calf at Room aio Exchange Bldg., 865 ChapulSt, Frederick M. Ward Food Insurance .A good Refrigerator is an Insurance Policy against loss of food Keep the meat and milk, the fruit, butter, etc., cool, and you keep them fresh and sweet. ' All refrigerators are not alike, however, some just eat up the ice, and your money . Ours are built to save ice, provisions and money. Selling the Samples. This week we will sell our sample Hardwood Re frigerators at a reduction of one-quarter to one-third. 810.28 for ?14.50 grade. $12.00 for $18.00 (trade. $14.48 for 820.00 grade. $15.36 for $21.00 grade. $19.00 for $25.00 grade. $20.00 for $28.00 grade. $35.00 for $50.00 grade. Every refrigerator war ranted to be of the best possible construction. BROWN & DURHAM, Complete Bona Fnrniahcra. Orange and Center Sts. Closed Friday Afternoon. Open Sat. all day and evening. $50,000 TO LOAN On Real Estate at 5 pet cent. S. F. ESS, 840 Chapel Si. Uublnger Building. Boom 14. u'-iaey Ann Aew ions omiv.