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NEW IIAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER. "WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 5 1906
5 Wool Challies 39c. About 20 pieces of fine Wool Chal lies in dark and medium grounds, with white and colored figures, very desirable for house dresses, tea gowns and kimo nas. Exceedingly good quality for 39c. See window display. French Flannels 49c French Flannels in light and dark grounds, with pretty white de signs and stripes, suitable for waists and dressing sacques. Regular 75c a yard. Wed nesday 49c. Try one of Cafe Boulevard's OKn FAMOUSO ic INNEFU HEAL CABMAN K1TCJIEX, 67-69 Orange St. HOF- KftUS, kaa high class GERM KITCHEN ad th following famo FOUR IMPORTED BEERS Barge Bras PMaea Unnchener Hof-Bran, Nurnbenrer Tocher Bnm, Wnnburrer Barge Dnk Enouah Said l? HOTEL QARDE Opposite TTbIob Depot, SEW UAWSS, COMM. Connecticut's Largest Hotel (tried TrauieM CHAPEL STREET 11 ARRESTED BY DETECTIVE. Alleged That Local Boy Stole Bicycle In Bridgeport. John Kennedy, a fifteen-year-old youngster living in Fair Haven, war, arrested by Detective Col well last eve n.'ng and held for the Bridgeport au t;.orities. He is charged with having stolen a bicycle in that city about a mcnth ago. mum . 7j' UJ. J l.i ,iMi.mi.4Li - jhi..-J-" 1 ..i-ujumuw .hul.jiij n.iiiimjn.1111,,.!! iu.iiLwn.LHit ii.iiiiii .i.iiiiiiii m ) mi ...in,.,!,.!),.. i mf,mimkmmmtJIM, i.i tMWWW num.!.' niiniim Ijniur'"iiiwwi '1 """" I K la - -. SmmaB, IN AND ABOUT THE COURTS COSIEST OVER WILLS OF ISAAC ASD NAACX MALLORY. Kcw Haven Sued D. Preston Atwood, Who Has Sued Many Execujors, Has Suit Against Him Sheriff at Savin Rock Iu JMllford Court Hearing In Peckham Case City Court Dispo sitions. Contest talk developed in the Probate court yesterday of the wills of Isaac and Nancy Mallory, who recently died, each at the age of eighty-six years. The old couple left wills which were identical and both have been offered Nancy Mallory died last December and her husband, who was formerly a well known oyster dealer, died last week. By the terms of the will someiDlacea in catholic families to be small bequests were made and then the j brought up in the creed of their par life use of the remainder of the prop- ents. The presidents were also request erty was given to either husband or'ed to see their senators and ropre wife, according to the one who should sentatlves and endeavor to obtain Cath die first. After they were both deadiolic representation on school boards, it was provided that their m-operty A resolution of sorrow at the death should go equally to the St." James of James P. Bree of New Haven was Episcopal church In Grand avenue and: the Masonic home at Wallingford. The two estates now amount to $6,000, which is practically all to be divided between the home and the church. James Ludlngton, Maria Bartlett and Henry Ludington, 'near relatives who were bequeathed $25 each, are dissatis fied with the wills and have engaged Attorney David E. Fitzgerald as their counsel. Mr. 'Fitzgerald had a hearing on the wills prosponed in the probate court yesterday in order that he could look into the matter of a contest. George W. Rowe is the executor of both documents. NEW HAVEN SUED. Edward A. O'Nell of 117 St. John street, through Fitzgerald & Walsh, has brought suit against the city of New Haven, claiming $3,000 damages. On July U, while working for tho city, O'Nell drove his cart up on the Broadway scales to get a load weighed. The platform of the scales broke and let cart and horse fall into the pit. O'Neil says that he sustained internal injuries in consequence of the accident. The suit Is returnable to the superior court on the first Tuesday in October. B. P. ATWOOD SUED. D. Preston Atwood, who about two years ago sued many executors, admin istrators and trustees in different sec tions of the state to recover the penalty provided by an old statute where those having trusts in charge had failed to make regular reports in the probate courts, Is a defendant in an action brought to the superior court of this county by T. H. McKenzle of South lntgon, acting In the capacity of statu tory trustee for his wife. Mr. McKen zle asks for damages of $3,000 and E. P. Arvine of New Haven, who, It is alleg ed, is indebted to Mr. Atwood, has been garnisheed In the action. Judge Olln R, Wood of Manchester has been retained Iby Mr. lAtwood and by Mr. Arvine. When asked where Mr. Atwood lived at present. Judge Wood said that the complaint described him as living in Bridgeport, but he had not lived there for a long time, and Judge Wood added, that, although Mr. (Atwood had retained him he did not know where Mr. Atwood makes his home at present. Harry W. Doolittle of New Haven is lawyer for Mr. McKenzle. Mr. McKenzle said that the suit was brought several months ago and that it might be several months yet before it came to trial. The suit, he said, was to recover money alleged to toe due Mrs. McKenzle through her interest in an estate. Like Judge Wood, Mr. Mc Kenzle says he Is Ignorant of the wherealbouts of Mr. Atwood. SHERIFFS AT THE ROCK. Yesterday a deputy sheriff attached in favor of the Aquarium company of New York the Old Mill at Savin Rock, which is operated by Messrs. Speck, Delcher & Shapiro. The suit is for $3, 000 damages. The plaintiffs assert that they have certain patent rights on some of the attractions for the Old Mill and royalties on them have not been paid. The suit is returnable to the su perlor court. x MTLFORD CASE OF THEFT. Mabel Hill, a colored domestic em ployed In Woodmont, was arrested Sun day afternoon by Constable Maher on complaint of George E. Bates, who stated that articles belonging to him haen taken. That she took them was denied quite strongly by Miss Hill, but after a heart to heart talk with the offi cer she showed where the things which included a silver back hair brush and mirror, also a pair of silk gloves were hidden and in the Milfijrd town court Monday she was fined $2, which, with the $15 costs made quite a sum to pay for the articles mentioned above. HEARING IN PECKHAM CASE. There was a further hearing in the probate court yesterday on the applica tion of Mrs. Sarah IA. Peckham to have a conservator placed over her husband, George H. Peckham, who recently in herited considerable property from the estate of his father. Mrs. Peckham as serts that her husband fails to provide for her and she is afraid that he will squander the money he has and will rot support her or her child. Attorney Ely, who appears for Peck ham, drew out of Mrs. Peckham, who was on the witness stand yesterday, that she was willing to separate from her husband and support her child if he would give her $500. CITY COURT DISPOSITIONS. A short docket was quickly disposed of by Judge Tyner in the city court yesterday morning, Hery Benson, charged with breach of the peace by Mary Lawler, was allowed to go on a suspension of Judgment. Augustus Tyner, charged with breach of the peace by Giles Wallace, will be tried September 5. Guiliano Palmeri, charged with breach of the peace and drunkenness, will e tried September 5. George H. Cook, charged with taking a horse, the property of the Galvin Froduce company, without permission. He took some friends for a Labor day drive and was fined $10 and costs. MR. J. S. M'OAETHY. Re-elected County President Other Officers Resolution on ftlr. Bree's Death. At the rmintv convention of the A. 0. H.. held in Naugatuck Monday, John ! S. McCarthy of this city was re-elected county president, receiving seventy votes. Frank L Taylor of wauingforfl received 37 and Robert L. Lodge of Meriden 16. It was voted that hereafter the basis of representation shall be two delegates for each 100 members or fraction, and one additional delegate- for each hun dred. It was also voted to dispense with the tax of ten cents for the Hi bernian rifles, and instead levy a tax of five cents a member for two years to tro to the county treasury, it was :resolved tnat in tne matter of looking afj.er Catholic children which have been placed in county homes tnat county presidents where these homes are do what they can to see that children are adopted. The other county officers chosen were vice president, Robert L. Ixxige of Mer iden; corresponding secretary, Thomas M. Brennan, Wallingford; treasurer, Thomas Maher, Mt. Camel; sergeant-at-arms, Thomas MdMahon, Mt. Car mel; chaplain, Rev. W. J. Dullard, Mt. Carmel; county board, Edwin Feeney, New Haven; J, H,' McMahon, Moriden; J. F' Calvin, Waterbury; T. P. Cream er, New Haven; J. J. Flood, Ansonia. This board will select tho place for the next meeting. CLUNG TO CAPSIZED SAILBOAT. Two Fairfield Young Ladies and Mr, Sturges. Brldceoort. Sept. 4. Clinging to a ipsized sailboat, two miles from shore in the rough waters of the sound Miss France Rogers, Miss Harriet Glover and Pemberton Sturges, three promin ent young people of Fairfield, spent a harrowing half hour yesterday morning and they were very nearly exhausfed when they were rescued iby Henry C. Sturges and Dawson Glover, who wit nessed the action from tho beach and put out in a rowboat. A squall captis- ed the boat. As soon as it was seen to capsize a rowboat was launched in in which Mr. Sturges and Mr. Glover pulled to the scene In record-breaking time and rescued the sailing party without further mishap. Miss Rogers is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Rogers and Miss Glover Is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs! Henry S. Glover. The young ladles were gowned expensively and they are more con cerned oven the ruin of their garments than over their narrow escape. The salt water also ruined a gold watch belong ing to Pemberton Sturges. ORANGE FAIR. Last Day of Successful Fair. A crowd of several thousand attend ed the second and last day of the Or ange fair yesterday. The fine Weather was relished and resulted in a general good time. The award of prizes for various ex hibits made. Trotting races in the 2:24 and 2:40 classes were held, with vari ous athletic sports, a balloon ascension, etc. It is the concensus of opinion among all those who attended that great credit is accruing to all the officials of tho fair, and that this fair is the ibest that ever came down Orange pike. CM WITH Biffin Suffered From Childhood With Severe Itching and Burning Eczema Spread Over Hands and Fingers Received No Benefit From Physicians. BLESSINGS FOR-THE CUTICURA REMEDIES " I was troubled with eczema in some way or other from childhood. About three years ago the trouble was con fined to my right hand. I consulted two physicians, but received no benefit from them. In the winter of 1904 the trouble had become so- bad as to ex tend over tho back of my hand, and up on the fingere, and in a short time to the palm. The itching and burning at times was so severe as to almost craze me. I began to use Cuticura Soap, Ointment, and Resolvent. I used two cakes of Soap, one box of the Ointment, and two bottles of the Ro solvent. I cannot begin to tell of the benefit I received. My appetite and weight increased, and I felt and looked like a new person. You have my full permission to publish as much of this as you see fit. Blessing the Cuticura Remedies, yours truly, Miss Flora E. Wiley, Milo, Me., Oct. 0, 1905." THE DUTY OF MOTHERS At the First Sign of Disfiguring Humors Is to Use Cuticura. Every child born into the world with an inherited tendency to torturing, dis figuring humors of the skir, and acaip, becomes an object of the most tendLr solicitude. Hence it becomes the duty of mothers of such afflicted children to ai quaint themselves with the best, the purest, and most effective treatment available, viz.; theCuticura Treatment, consisting of warm baths with Cuti cura Soap, and gentle anointings with Cuticura Ointment, the great Skin Cure. Cures made in childhood are speedy, permanent, and economical. Cuticur jofcp, Ointment, tnd PiiU are eoid throughout the world. P,.tter 1 ru( Clieni. Corp., Sole Prr.pB.. Bouoo. W bead tor, 11 Mow to Cure DiifiutUig tiuiudri." MR. TRETRAULT. Injuries May Lay Him Up for Weeks. Frank Tretrault of Shelburne Palls, Mass., who was injured on the running board of a trolley car on Monday aft ernoon, and removed to the home of nis aunt, Mrs. vanaemark, 4 Lvoii street, was reported to be more serious ly injured yesterday wan was at first thought. It is the opinion of the at- tendin; up for .physician that he will be laid several weeks. LONG TROLLEY RIDE. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Wilcox and son, Arthur, arrived in Torrington Monday night from a 500-mile trolley trip, tak ing in Boston and Its environments and New Bedford, Newport and Providence on tho southern New England coast. The trip was extended by boat to Mar tha's Vineyard and Nantucket, MASSAGE, MISS LEEKE, Graduate C. T. S.. and K, N. Satisfactory treatment in all branches of Massage. Rheumatism cured by Electrical Massage. Great success in Facial work. Ail creams and lotions used made by herself, ii Olive street. Vacation Over? We hope you have had a pleasa ,t time. How about a new car pet or a rug or two this fall? Have you any fuml ture to buy? need a new vnnr kitdifin? Do you range in Possibly your vacation took all your ready cash if so we can furnish you carpets, furniture, stoves, etc., on the week ly payment plan. The cost will be no greater and the convenience will surelv be worth some thin?;. We have a very large stock of new fresh goods in every department and if you give us an order, we will do our best to please you. BROWN & DURHAM, Complete Iloaaie Fnrnlahen. Orange and Center Sts. Closed Friday Afternoon. We Have i What You Want, RUGS Large and Small. 160 different patterns in Room-sized Wilton Rugs. 100 different styles in Body Brussels Rugs. 125 different styles in I ig Axminster Rugs The manufacturer of carpets who makes hon est goods can sell us a quantity large enough to make price concessions on his part a necessity and we in turn give our customers the benefit. You'll buy higher grades, price for price; you'll see a better assort ment, quality for quality than you'll find in any other store in the state if you trade here. Everything for Floor Usa. i Connepiicut'K Lnrgest Carpet, Uus and Drapery Store. Window Shads 0. 75-8 r Orange St. Foot of Center Street. Carpets and Rigs ilBiiffliiMlMi OX TONGUE. For those who object to Stock-Yard products we offer selected Ox Tongue, Eastern packing, in two pounds, glass, at 90 cts. VIRGINIA BACON. Patrons whose only objection to this article has been the rather large size and weight of the strips, are requested to note that in a shipment just received there are a goodly number of pieces averaging around 1 lbs. each. 23 cts. lb. 4 YEAR OLD CIDER VINEGAR, country made, and unwatered about twice as strong as ordinary " store " i Vinegar. Actually cheaper than factory-made. 33 cts. a gallon. BRANDY FOR PRESERVING. GALLON , $4.00 . 4.25 . 5.00 White California B (good value), . 10 year old California, . BlS-taU Sir- THBO. KEILER Faaeral Director and Bmbalnie 4PS State Street, cor. Elm. BRANCH OFFICE! 450 Cnmpbell Avenue, Went Havea. CHAMPION & CO., FLORISTS, 1026 Chapel Street, Entrance Hyperion Theatre. MINIATURE! ALMANAC. SEPTEMBER 5. S Rises 5:21 Moon Rises I H'h Water S Sots 6:20 8:03 12:39 p. m. Courier Record. MARINE, fort of rtT II uvea. ARRIVED. Schr Alsoona, Ferris, Rookaway. Hchr Crpst, Miller, N. Y. Sohr Gamoeock Horton, Amboy. Schr Emperor, Collins, N. Y. CLEARED. Sohr George and Albert, Fairchlld, Greenpnrt. , Sohr Adeline, Ferris, Greenport. Sohr Sarah Jano, Morritt, G-reenvort. Schr Pilot, Upson, Greenport. Sohr Theollne, Bishon, N. Y. Schr New York, Mcliityre, Amboy. Schr Helen N. Brown, LOST. GOTJ) LOCKET containing picture, Reward if returned to 7 Waverly St, FOR RENT. THE furnished house No. nan street. 253 St. Ro s5 3t FOR HBNT. FURNISHED room, 131 Dwight street. Gentleman preferred. s3 7t FOR SALE -1,000 net pntont Stova Uriels. Every net vrarrnnted one year. Orders received 703 STATE STREET. MUSICAL. Arthur Lincoln brtstol, piano instructor and accompanist. 1!H Exchange street. . s57t FOR SALE. ONE 18 ft. launch, in Rood running or der. At a bargain if taken at onoe. Equipped with 2 H. P. Lathrop en gine. Apply to Gilbert Shipyard, Mvstio Conn. si 3t MISS MARY S. JOHNSTONE'S SCHOOL FOR GIRLS 97 Whitney Avenue, reopens September 20th. CARD OF THANKS. Mr. and Mrs. Pedtick und family de sire to express their sincere apprecia tion for the many kind acts and beauti ful tokens of sympathy extended to them by friends in their sad bereave ment, also for the abundance of beauti ful flowers: We will ever remember your kindness. s5 lt For Sale Cheap. Desliable Houses if sold soon. Good Chance for a Builder to Ex change houses for a plot of Butldinar Lots. Chas.A. Baldwin, 87 Church Street. COMPRESSED AIR Carpet Ciecninig Works Mo. ltftl COURT S'l'lU'.ET. Carpets called for and delivered. Carpets cleaned and laid, also mads over, in fact everything dona In tile Carpet line. Carpets Cleaned Tvithcut rerocvnl bj most approved method. All work satisfactorily and promptlj doiio. Telephone call 1S32-2 SCHOOL SUPPLIES. EVERYTHING FOR THE SCHOOL. Pads, Pencils. Pens and Rulers, at J. A, Melee's, 930 Chapel Street. CANNON, MORSE & CO., Succeeding Gardner Morse & Son & Chus. T. Cannon. Gsnerai insurance & Hsal Estate Tia CUAIEL STREET. EIGHTH WARD .5G; Two semi-detached bouse of eight rootr each . pleasant neighborhood. H:i 1 1 advantage of one-family house with income which pays mo3t of exp BLATCHLEY AVE. $7000 Oue of the best built of the modern houses in the southern part of the Avenue. -A iwo-tamily house of thirteen good sized rooms. Good renting location. NEAR W. CHAPELST.S6000 A pleasantly situated two-family house ot thirteen rooms in excellent renting locution. House is in good repair. Easy NEAR ORANGE ST. S560n A t mrFa Mitl lin.,-. t. ..... I .- uure suoatea Between I Orange and Mate Streets, less than a mile from the rent r ,, wood trim: fdurte . "ii" "?LU , 'vmua. gwu repair. West Haven Building Lots Price racse from (2.09 to t&M front foot. Else ol tot to nult Pur-, chaser. H. V. licilAROS, Keal Estate Broker 141 Ora nge St TO Let Modern Offices in Build ing No. 839 Chapel St. Steam Heat, Elevator and Janitor Service. Benj. R. English, 839 CHAFEL STUEET. FOR SALE. ONE-FAMILY house on Hazel Btreet Price $1800. Will be sold for $300.09 Cash. The balance can remain on mortgage. W. D. Judson, Room 402. ' 902 Chapel St, lUulley Building. r for sale; At a sacrifice, owner leaving the city and must dispose of the property. An Eight-ropm bovjse, lare lot 66xl7E), pleusant location and good surround ings, Money to loan In Sams to Salt. l: g; HOADLE.Y. Room 214 WiiHhliiKiou Iiulliling. 39 CHURCH STJIBET. Office open Saturday evenings during August. FOR RENT Two very desirable new flats, 8 rooms, all improvements. West Chapel St J. C PUNDERF0RD Ut Church stnwt. Morris Cove Shore Lots (Adjoining Lighthouse Point.) Now is the time to secure a BARGAIN in tnis aesiranie spction. Full sized lots $300 and UPWARD. Buy of the Owner. EDWARD M. CLARK 38 Church ntreet, WasJi!nyton Building. The AMNf Fine Country Place on Large Residence, Spacious Ve rnmlRR. all Modem Conveniences, Hot and Cold Water, Open Plumb ing, Furnace and Large Fire Daces. Icehouse, fine Spring; with Trlndmlll. Exceptionally fine atnble, box tnilN, cnrrliiKe room, eoachmnn room, beautiful iloner garden, shade trees and lawn. h LOAN Dalits. One cent a word lor each Inaertloa, five cent a word tor a full week, ncvea times. ' WAXTEO, BOJs ' slnS in church choir. Apply St. Tnomas' churchl Elm street, near Orange, Wednesday, 7 o'clock, so lt WANTED. COMPETENT girl for general hcruse, work, small family, good wages. 43 Orango street. s& 3t( err, cm WANTED. ' FIRST-CLASS machinists wanted fq -".uo .appiy ac worKs For( River Shipbuilding Co.,Quincy, Masi al t BOTS between the age' of H and 1, CO Court street. a.30 ill FIR?T-CLASS Automatic Screw Ma. v.L.110 nanus. Auuress stating age, ref- llZ?Cv wa&es expected. Gen. eral Electric Company, Schenectady, al .i W A X T 7;- ri .nn i 0 ....... BOWED -uTmirrred" mVn, be. ' UniUd Mates, of good character and temperate habits, who can speak read and write English. Apply Re cruiting Officer. 85o Chapel Street. e,w. Haven; 758 Main cU-eet, Hart- l2$dLll22 ,Maln 8treet- Bridgeport; 19 Bank street. Waterbury, Conn. , jmt AL good help should call here. W ;";, "'a oesi piaoes and always USt? fersre, ""mbers. Sleeman's Re liable Employment Agency. 763 Chap, el. Open evening. ml4-tt ifiS&f N 3 RELIABLE EMPLOY. MBNT AGENCT. 768 Chapel Bt. es 2bl'shed 20 years. Largest, best Id the State. Best male and female help for any and all kinds of work. Sent anywhere. Open evenings. Tel 2322. JOIVKS smT.TKrtT iniimr.n-irmnivM'r AGENCY, 23 Church street. Telephone connections, largest Agency male and female help supplied for mercantile and domestic servioa fo any and all kinds of work. Sent any. where.Open evenings. u' B- MAWLOItT AUCTIONEER ' and . Appraiser, 1123 Chapel St. Telephone 2360. House hold sales a specialty. a4tU Patent Stove Brick are Cheapest. LADIES' TAILOR. FIRST-CLASS workmanship. Fit guar anteed. Prlcos reasonable. We also remodel garments. B. L. WATBTBIN . Orange and Court Entrance 13S Court Notices. District of New Haven, ss Probata vuun., i3i"piemoer 4, lauij ' ESTATM OF JOHN J. KELLY, late of rw naven, uonn., in saw District, dccensedi PURSUANT tn nn nrrln lb. Court of Probate for said District, there will be sold at public auction to the highest bidder, on the 1st day of October, A., D. 1906, at 10 o'clock in the at private sale), the following real es- vu,i.B ui Bam aeceasea, situatea in the town of New Haven, Conn., viz: house lot No. 857 Townsend avenue. Sale to take nlaoe on the TiiWnlooo in said . Terms made known at time of sale. 85 It MRS. ALICE KELLY. District of New Haven, ss Probate Court, September 4, 1906 ESTATE OF ANNA L. R. MILLER, late of New Haven, in said District, de ceased. The Court of Probate for the District of New Haven hath limited and ap pointed six months from the date here of for the. creditors of said deceived to grlng in their claims against said es tate. Those who neglect to exhibit their claims within said time will bo debarred. All persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate pay ment to ARTHUR R. "MILLER, Administrator. Clark, Hall & Peck, 162 Orange street, New Haven, Conn., Counsel for the estate. sB St District of New Haven, ss. Probate Court, September 1, 1D06. ESTATE OF JOHN J. MULLEN, late of New Haven, in said District, deceased. Elizabeth Mullen of New Haven, hav ing made written application praying that administration of said estate may be granted, as by said application on file in this Court more fully appears, it is ORDERED, That said application be heard and determined at a Court of Probate to be held at New Haven, in said District, on the 7 th day of Septem ber, 1906, at tn o'clock In the forenoon, nnd that public notice of pendency of said application, and of the time and place of the hearing thereon, be given to all parties interested in said estate, by publishing this order three times In a newspaper having a circulation in said District. LIVINGSTON W. CLEAVELAND, Judge. 83 St District of New Haven, ss Probata Court; September 4,190R ESTATE OF ANNA L. R. MILLER, late of New Haven, in said District, de ceased. Arthur R. Miller, Administrator, hav ing made written application for an or der authorizing and empowering him to sell and convey certain real estate of said decoased as by said application 0:1 file In this Court more fully appears, it Is ORDERED, That said application be heard nnd determined at a Court of Probate to be held at New Haven, in said District, on tho 11th day of Sep tember, 1906, at ten o'clock in the fore noon, and that public notice of the pendency of said application, and of the time and place of the hearing there on bo given by publishing this order three times in some newspaper having a circulation in said District. LIVINGSTON W. CLEAVELAND, Judge. Clark, Hall & Peck, 152 Orange street, New Haven, Conn., Counsel for the Estate. 3' 1 ( District of New Haven, ss Probate Court, September 4, 1906 ESTATE OF SAMUEL L. PENFIELD, late of New Haven, in said District, deceased. The Court of Probate for the District of New Haven hath limited and ap vointed six months from the date here of for the creditors of said deceased to bring in their claims against said es tate. Those who neglect to exhibit their claims within said time will bo debarred. All persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate pay ment to GRACE C. PENFIELD, Executrix. s5 St UU,UUU IU LUHI On Real Estate at 5 psr cent. B. F. ESS, 840 Chapel St Bublnger Building. Boom !