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THE FARMER: APRIL 7, 1909.
11 THE AUTOMOBILE WORLD Motor trucks of special design are Bow being used in San Francisco to deliver ice. According- to Emerson Brooks, of the Automobile Club of America, the term "cape top" originated in South Africa, .ndi was need to describe the tops on bullock carts. Under the proposed Delaware motor law, a motorist can make a justice's office a veritable pawnshop. He can leave his fur coat, fixtures, pocketbook, car or anything in default of ready money. According to a ruling by a Philadel phia Judge, motorists, in driving through that city, should either come to ! a full stop at street crossings or keep the machine under absolute con trol to avoid striking pedestrians. A company has recently 'been organ ised in Germany with the corporate ti tle of Motorluftschrffairthstudienaktlen sreseMchaft. a melodious word meaning "Stock Company for the study of Aer ial Navigation by Motors." -Two interesting' trills are :before the Michigan Legislature. One makes it a ifelony to use aa e.utomo'bile without the consent of the owner. The secpnd bill provides for employment of pris oners of the hobo type In road im provement work. Under a decision of the United States Circuit Court of Appeals, motorists, on approaching a railroad crossing, are bound not only to "stop, look and lis ten", 4ut, if necessary, to leave the machine and walk to the track like a street car condiuctor. Pending a final decision in the test case instituted by motorists of Cin cinnati to determine the right of cities to impose an automobile tax in addi tion to that imposed by the State, municipalities of Ohio ax making lit tle or no effort to collect any special tax. V Told that a dog had been struck by an automobile and its leg broken. In front of her residence in New York, Mr a John Jacob Aster recently order ed. 'the suffering animal brought into her borne. She bandaged its leg and the next day called in a veterinary surgeon. Then she advertised for the Cog's owner. A recent decision of the United Bfcates courts has held that an auto Of foreign manufacture used and re paired abroad after purchase in this country must pay duty on its return, even though it has (been assessed the Dingley tariff rate at the time of its original importation. " The committee in charge of the car nival .to be held in New Tork during the week of April 26, under the aus pices of the New Tork Automobile Trade Association, has decided to of fer $2,000 in prizes for the cars in pa rade on the last day of the carnival. The Good Roads Club of Georgia is ateoussing a good highway, stretching In a general direct line 700 miles from Atlanta to Washington. D. C, kept up by the several counties in the various States through which the roads would Ranchers and arape-crewers in the Ban Joaquin Valley, Ca., it is said, require automobile dealers to subject their oars to thorough tests on hills and roade, and demand that the cars negotiate ploughed ground. Many of the " farmers and wine-yardists in Fresno and the surrounding country own automobiles. An excellent method of keeping the lass of a wind shield clear on a rainy day, is to rub the outside of ithe glass with a raw dipped in glycerine or kero sene. ' The glass will at first appear dull, "but as soon as it is rained upon it will become as clear as though it had been dried. In a non-stop run of 10,000 miles the rear wheels of a car have to revolve 6,350,080 times, and there will be 44, 400,000 explosions if four cylinders are Used. Under French motoring laws the driver of a car, in case of an accident, need remain on the ground only long enough to establish his identity. The Automobile Club of "Washington has decided to put up a vigorous fight against the Imposition of a wheel tax by Congress in the District of Colum bia on the ground that it is class leg islation. Members of the organization have decided not o pay the tax until compelled to do so by the Federal courts. The annual endurance run of the Norristown, Pa., Automobile Club, which is scheduled to take place May 18 and 19, will be a sort of novelty, as some women drivers have accepted the Invitation of the club to compete with the men drivers. Twelve women have already signified their intention of en tering in the contest, which will be held over a course leading to Hagers town and return. - Hats for motoring' this season are decidedly simple on the whole, al though there are, of course, some very gorgeous creations being shown. One Paris motor bonnet is of cherry col ored suede with draped velvet or Otto man silk, and sunflower rosette of same . with crepe de chine strings of the same shade. Another is the new crinoline turban toque in chestnut brown, edged with small pale pink roses. A number of garages in Paris have developed a system of secretly annex ing the contents of fuel tanks on tran sient cars that are run in for the night. By means of suction pumps the gaso line and cylinder oil are drawn off in to (he garage owner's tanks, a suffi cient quantity being left in the tanks to enable the car 'to renew its journey a few miles before It dies of starva tion. The practice has grown to such proportion that locks are being fitted to filler caps. Designs are being submitted to M. Robert Guggenheim for the silver tro 6hy which he has offered to donate for the trans-continental road race. Entry fees have been set at $350 for one oar, $600 for two cars of the same make entered by the same owner, $700 for three cars of the same make en tered by the same owner and $100 ad ditional for each additional car of the same make entered by the same own er. The winner will receive the tro phy and $2,000 In gold; the second car, $1,500; third, $1,000; fourth, $500, and fifth. $300. On July 1 next a new automobile law which North Carolina has placed on its books will become effective. This new law has a strange feature in that it exempts from its operation the little seacoast county of New Hanover, in which "Wilmington, the chief city, is located. The law imposes a registra tion' tax of $5, with annual renewal fee of $L Speed' is limited to twenty five mHes an hour on rural roads and twelve miles in incorporated towns, except in business portions, where eight miles is the limit. One of the most novel contests yet devised has just been held by IV Auto in Paris. It was known as an "ear" contest The competitors assembled in a large garage. In an adjoining room and concealed from their sight were fifty oars, all of different but well known makes. The motors were started in succession and .the compet itors took notes. Then the motors were allowed to '"puff", and the con testants inscribed on cards the names of the cars they thought they recog nized. Gold and silver medals were awarded to those whose ears proved the most accurate. The operations employed for obtain ing hardness in high speed steel are very remarkable; they are quite op posed to the practice obtaining with older carbon steels. The best results are produced by practically burning or f using the nose, say, of a drill or lathe tool and grinding the burnt crust off. In order to furnish the required heat for such operations, electrical plant or even oxyacetyiene names are used, but the more common and convenient plan is to use a bath of, material having a high melting point, such as chloride of barium, kept in a molten state electrically the secret of long lite is moderation, i've lived a long time and i take two or three drinks of whiskey each day. my experience is that whiskey when taken that way acts as a mild tonic and prevents illness, good whiskey costs me no more than the other kind, because i specify the brand, for years i've been saying, "a little mark rogers, please." this whiskey is a splendid pure rye, thoroughly aged and mellow, it's very fine, and any one would have a hard time switching me to another brand, i always find mark rogers at the best places. ML McPADDEN, Distributor. 99 Booth Street, Bridgeport, Conn. THE CITY OF BRIDGEPORT vs. Order of Notice. JULIETTE S. NOBLE AND JOHN T. PIRIE. STATE OF CONNECTICUT, FAIRFIELD COUNTY, ss. COURT OF COMMON PLEAS, Bridgeport, March 31st. A.D., 1908. Upon the complaint of the said City of Bridgeport, praying for reasons therein set forth, for a foreclosure of Tax Liens as described returnable to the Court of Common Pleas, in and for Fairfield County, on the first Tues day of May, 1909. It appearing to and being found by the subscribing author ity that Juliette S. Noble one of the said defendants is absent from this State and gone to parts unknown. THEREFORE ORDERED, That no tice of the pendency of said complaint be given by publishing this order in the Bridgeport Evening Farmer, a newspaper printed in Bridgeport two weeks successively, commencing on or before the 22nd day of April, A. D., 1909. SIDNEY N. LOCKWOOD, Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas for Fairfield County. S 31 t THE CITY OF BRIDGEPORT vs. Order of Notice. CHARLES KUTCHER AND MARGARET KUTCHER. STATE OF CONNECTICUT, M FAIRFIELD COUNTY, ss. COURT OF COMMON PLEAS, Bridgeport, March 31st, A.D., 1908. Upon the complaint of the said City of Bridgeport praying for reasons therein set forth, for a foreclosure of Tax Liens as described, returnable to the Court of Common Pleas, in and for Fairfield County, on the first Tuesday of May. 1909. It appearing to and be ing found by the subscribing authority that the said defendants are absent from this State and gone to parts un known. THEREFORE ORDERED, That no tice of the pendency of said complaint be given by publishing this order in the Bridgeport Evening Farmer, a newspaper printed in Bridgeport. Conn., two weeks successively, commencing on or before the 22nd day of April, A D., 1909. SIDNEY N. LOCKWOOD, Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas for Fairfield County. S 31 t The City of Bridgeport vs. The American Sparklets Co. and Lawyers Incorporation Co. ORDER OF NOTICE. STATE OF CONNECTICUT. FAIRFIELD COUNTY, ss. COURT OF COMMON PLEAS, Bridgeport, March 31st, A. D., 1909. Upon the complaint of the said The City of Bridgeport praying for reasons therein set forth, for a foreclosure of tax liens as described, returnable to the Court of Common Pleas, in and for Fairfield County, on the first Tues day of May, 1909. It appearing to and being found by the subsoribing author ity that the said defendant is absent from this State and gone to parts un known, THEREFORE ORDERED, That no tice of the pendency of said complaint be given by publishing this order in the Bridgeport Evening Farmer, a newspaper printed in Bridgeport, two weeks successively, commencing on or before the 2 2d day of April, A- D., 1909, directed to said defendant. , SIDNEY N. LOCKWOOD, Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas for Fairfield County. Ult NOTICE. ESTABLISHMENT OF BUILDING LINE IN PACIFIC ST., NORTHER LY THE ENTIRE LENGTH OF SAID STREET. In compliance with votes taken by the Common Council at a meeting held April 5, 1909, the following report of the Board of Appraisal of Benefits and Damages relative to the establishment of Building lines on Pacific street, from North avenue, northerly the en tire length of said street, as ordered by the Common Council on the seventh day of December, 1908, was accepted and the assessments confirmed, as follows: " That they have awarded Damages over and above benefits to No Persons. That the following named Persons will receive an equal amount of dam ages and benefits in the premises: Henry O. Canfleld, Eugene L Doollttle, Eugene Doollttle, John H. Colgan, William N. Beardsley, Margaret A. Colgan, Emily A. Leonard, Mary R. Hasbrouck, Eliza J. Goodsell, Eliza J. Goodsell, I Charles A. Beers, Est., Herbert J. Hulton, Celia T. Coughlin, Annie C. Johnson, Ellen S. Sullivan, Eliza A. Lane, Eliza J. Goodsell, Charles Lee, Bridgeport Coach Lace Co., Eliza J. Goodsell, Eliza J. Goodsell, William H. Kelsey, Eliza J. Goodsell. William R. Muirhead, Eliza J. Goodsell, Adopted April 5, 1909. Approved April 6, 1909. Attest: L. J. GILL, Asst. City Clerk. AS WELL AND AS MUCH No merchant ever failed if he advertised as WELL and as MUCH as he could. blutbentbdl 6 bickartainc. "b. & b." "the great big house baltimore HAWLEY. WILMOT & REYNOLDS Undertakers and Embalmers No. 168 State St., Bridgeport, Ct. An calls, dav or nio-ht, answer ed from office. George B. Haw ley, Vine St.. near Park Ave.; Ed ward H.WUmot, 865 Clinton Ave.: John B. Reynolds, 825 West Ave. IROURKE & ROUBKE Undertakers and Embalmers 1295 MAIN STREET. Tel. 1661 uails Answered Day or Night AUGUST LIEBERUM Undertaker and Embelmer 67, 69, 71 STATE ST. All orders promptly attended to. Night calls answered from resi dence, 179 Golden Hill St., oppo site Court House. Tel. call 937-3. House telephone 855. Wm. Lieberum & Son Embalmer and Undertaker Office and Residence 531 MAIN STREET Telephone Connection Margaret L. Gallagher John F. Gallagher - UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS 880 LAFAYETTE ST. Tel. 3198 AUGUST G. BAKER Funeral Director and Embalmer Office, 931 Stratford Ave. Telephone 1093.8 Calls Answered Night or Day from Office H80 tf M. J. GANNON Funeral Director and Embalmer 1051 Broad St., Opp. Post Office 'Phone 1339 Residence, 1650 Park Ave. 'Phone. 1359 Lady Attendant T 12tf SMITH'S CREAM ALE The Finest Made Bartholomay's Rochester Lager, Soda and Mineral Waters, bottled by M. J. MALONEY 86 Jones Avenue Free Delivery Tel. 8484-3 SOLID SATISFACTION in a COUNTRY LIFE CIGAR 5 Cents, 6 for 25 Cents ECKLER & CO.'S 874 MAIN STREET 968 Wholesale and Retail NOTICE. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS NO person has authority to contract bills or purchase goods for the use of this department without an official or der, in writing, issued and signed by the DIRECTOR only. C. F. A. BILTZ, Director of Public Works. Bridgeport, April 3, 1909. INJECTION BROU Gives Prompt and Effectual Relief without inconvenience, in the MOST OBSTINATE CASS No other treatment required. SOLO BY ALL DRUGGISTS. EN IN DETROIT STOP AT HOTEL TOLLER New and Absolutely Fireproof Cor. Adams Ave. and Park St. In the Center of the Theatre. Shopping, and Business District A la Carte Cafe Newest and Finest Grill Room In the City Club Breakfast 40c up Luncheon 50c Table de Hote Dinners. ... 75o Music from 6 p. m. to 12 p. m. Every Room Has Private Bath European Plan RATES: $1.30 per day and up L. W. TULLER. Prop. M. A. SHAW. Mgr. FEMALE HELP WANTED LADIES $10 weekly at home; send stamp. Calyx Supply Co., Detroit. Mich. U 4 tf 3 WANTED. Experienced operators on one needle gor making. Blrdsey Somers Co. B 15 tf. MALE HELP WANTED MEN--J15 weekly at home; send stamp Calyx Supply Co.. Detroit, Mich. V 4 tf 3 DRAFTSMEN, mechanical architec tural or structural, are always in demand at good salaries; ten young men wanted to Join club to learn drawing, at home evening: instru ments furnished. Address C. S. K., Box 828, City. U26 tf SITUATIONS WANTED. CHAUFFEUR. Married, wishes posi tion. Good mechanic. Sober and reliable. Can furnish reference. Noi 477 Norman St. U 3 dp ROOMS TO LET FOR RENT. Four large rooms with attic; with or without barn, 309 Pe quonnock St. U B tf RENT OR LEASE. In Fairfield near trolley, twelve room house with or without barn. W. R Farmer Of fice. City. U 5tf 5 TO MNT.-AT ONCE, STORE AT 882 1IAIN STREET. ENQUIRE AT WALDORF LUNCH. U 2 tf TO RENT. 5 rooms, all improvements, 861 Wood Ave. S 13 tf FOR RENT One store and rent, 17 8 Main St. H3 tf FOR SENT Several 5-room flats, all improvemnts, S12; desirable loca tion. L. Weiss, Room 24. 926 Main St. T 11 tf TO RENT. 5 room flat, all modern improvements. Sl. 693 East Main; 4 room flats, modern Improvenets. 310, Sterling and Noble: 8 rooms, 37, S Sterling St. Inquire 693 East Main, or Attorney Meltzer. 826 Main. IS TO RENT 5 rooms Ellsworth St., all Imp.; 5 rooms, Sixth St., all Imp.; rooms Carroll Ave., all imp.; B rooms. Drew Place, all imp.; 5 roonis, Elmwood Ave., all imp, Hurlburt & Co.. agents, 1094 Main St. SI tt FOR RENT. The office formerly oc cupied by the late Dr. Norval Smith, No. 486 Shelton St. This Is a splen did spot for a physician. There Is a nice practice, worked up for the past two years, and the rent for the of fice Is very reasonable. Inquire. H. L. Kackman & Son. Room 105 War ner Bldg.. 82 Fairfield Ave. LOOK AT THESE RENTS 749 Wood Ave., 6 rooms $18 98 Norman St.. 8 room house. .$30 112 Pacific St., 4 rooms 310 33 Wells St.. 5 rooms 14 945 Capitol Ave., 7 room house. .$15 2870 Park Ave., 6 rooms, barn and ground $14 HURLBURT COMPANY. Room 1, 8nd floor, 1094 Main Street BARGAINS In one, two and four-family houses ; building lots on Wells Place. Strat ford and at Washington Bridge; City building lots at great reduction in prices; want to close these properties; payments to suit purchaser. Steamship tickets to and from all parts. Money drafts at lowest rates. JAMES FEELEY'S Open Evenings 7 Arcade WE ARE DEALERS IN REAL ESTATE RENTS INSURANCE ANDERSON & CO 958 MAIN STREET WE OFFER FOR RENT From May 1 to November 1 A beautiful House on Brooklawn Avenue (fur nished) .near North Ave nue. It is one of the prettiest and most up-to-date places in the city. For particuluars inquire HA BLACKMAN & SON AT THEIR NEW OFFICE 54 MIDDLE STREET Standard Building MISCELLANEOUS WE SELL everytnlng in asbestos. J. F. Welsh, successor to Feeney 4k Welsh. U 1 S IF TOU want an exterminator for all kinds of bugs and Insects, why not get one that has a 31.000 guarantee. 114 Kossuth St. U 8 1 3 WANTED. We want to buy 100 van loads of second hand furniture and household goods, and also mdse. of every description. We Rive 5 per cent, more than otner dealers. A Elwood & Son. Inc.. auctioneers salesroom. 171 John St. B 26 tf. NOTICE OF ANNUAL STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING The annual stockholders' meeting of The Bridgeport Gas Light Company will he held at their offices. No. 799-803 Main Street. Bridgeport, Conn., Tues day, April 20, 1909, at 11:45 a. m., for the purpose of electing- a Board of Di rectors for the ensuing year, and trans acting any other business which may legally come before said meeting. GEO. W. ROBERTS, U 5 t Secretary. Are Yon In the Market for the BEST COAL AND WOOD at lowest market prices? If so send your orders to EMACK & H0YT GO. Yard, Evergreen and River Street; or City Office, 181 State Street, , Opposite City Hall. 'Phone 951 -S. CLEAN EASY. A hand soap for mechanics or any body who runs an automobile. Try It WM. R. WINN. A 17 all Water St. REAL ESTATE BARGAINS We are offering for sale at a bargain three houses For farther particular see BARTRAM & GREENE NO. 4 FRANKLIN BLOCK FOR SALE. Farm of 12 acres, 2 horses, 2 cows, 75 chickens, and all farming utensils. Steven Lewis, Avon Ave., Stratford. S 8 t p AUCTION SALE HIGHEST PRTCES PAID for used fur niture, carpets and store fixtures. Bridgeport Auction & Commission Co., 296 State St. Tel. 188C-2. D 1 tf STORAGE FURNITURE STORED, packed and shipped; new building, light and dry rooms. One Dollar per month. Bridgeport Van & Storage Co.. 296 State St. Tel. 1886-2. D 1 tf HOTELS ADAMS HOUSE Finest Lfquors and Cigars. Free Lnnch Every Day 42 FAIRFIELD AVE. Opp- Poll's I 19 tf BOWLING ARCADE ALLEYS 11 First Class Alleys P. DUDLEY, W. E. HOLAH Proprietors 56 JOHN STREET FURNITURE FURITURE. BEDDING, STOVES, honsefurnishings. cash or on easy terms Your credit Is good, ask for prices and Terms. The Sterling Fur niture Co.. 1287 Main St. Tel. 928-3. B 28 tf. STORAGE OF FURNITURE. Sepa rate rooms, securely locked, furni ture and china packing. Furniture and Pianos removed. large vans, careful handling. Bridgeport Storage Warehouse Co.. 1287 Main St. Cor. Congress St. Tel. 923-2. tf. INSTRUCTION PIANO REPAIRING Now is the time to have your piano put In per fect condition. Our workmen are not busy and we can give you a very low figure now. Let us tell you how much it will cost. Drop postal or Call. Steinerfs Piano Store. 915 Main St. L tf CARPET CLEANING Bridgeport Steam Carpet Cleaning and Fluff Rag Works Has Removed to 2S6 Stratford Ave. O. W. WILCOX, Prop. J. G. FLORIDA, Mgr. Telephone 1S28-S ..S28 tf PERSONAL MRS. BLANCHE BARNARD. Clair voyant and Trance Medium, gives readings daily; Sunday by appoint ment only. Six questions answered by mail, 2 5 cents and self addressed postpaid envelope. Address 491 Main St. Bridgeport Conn. 112 tf CARD READER Advice on all af fairs. 26c. Mrs. Levy, 674 Madison Ave.. 4th house above North Ave. Q 6 tt SWELL CAFES LAUGH AND THE WORLD LAUGHS ortfrl. u n u WAn n fl unn .1- a r, alone. Stop at the Eagles Nest for a smile. Cor. East Washington Ave., and No. Main Sf J. J. Ra leigh. Prop. BANKS THE CITY NATIONAL RANK IOI, 10S, 105 Wall Street Capital $250,000 Surplus am? Profits 340,006 FRANK MILLER. President CHARLES E- HOUGH. Cashier THE BRIDGEPORT NATIONAL BANK of Bridgeport, Conn., cor ner Main and Bank streets. T. B. DeForest president; F. N. Benharo. Cashier. Capital 3215,850; surplus and undivided profits, 3280,000. THE CONNECTICUT NATIONAL BANK, of Bridgeport corner Main and Wall streets. S. W. Baldwin, President; H. S. Shelton, Vice Pres ident; L. B. Powe. Cashier; T. C. Cumming Assistant Cashier; Cap ital. 3882,100; Surplus and Profits, 3300,000. FIRST NATIONAL BANK, of Bridge port, corner of Main and Bank Sta Chas. G. Sanford, presldnt; E. W. Marsh, vice president; O. H. Broth well, cashier. Capital, $250,000; surplus, $300,000. S PILLS Hl BSAVa LoSloat J r r DmntA for CM aBaa i tar's Ulam.nl Brand. I'llla In Bed and Odd metallic bone, sealed with Blue Ribbon. a known as Bert, Safaat. Alwtjra Rellabla SOLO BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE HINDLE'S Prescription Drug Store 987 MAIN STREET Bridgeport, Ct. A. GRIVE Contractor and Builder Manufacturer of Door and Window Frames, Stairs and all kinds of Inter ior Trim. Mil! and Office 1231 PEMBROKE ST. Telephone 1640. KELLY'S CIGAR STORE 141 FAIRFIELD AVE. The best cigar made in imported and domestic brands. Complete line of smokers' supplies. Pool room ad joining Cigar Store. JAMES H. KELLY SIDEWALKS Sand and Gravel TEe BURNS CO., 83 FAIRFIELD AVENUE BROKEN STONE, all sues. ROOFING QHICI G14 all ' Telephone FOR SALE FOR SALE. Bargain to quick buyer, 11 room house. Call at 1057 Maple wood avenue. A. L. U 3 sp FOR SALE. A good investment, a first class 6 family house. This house is built with double floors and all im provements, 560, 562 564 Atlantic St. Also a 50x118 ft. Corner lot. Inquire of John Bonner. S 24 tp FOR SALE. Ash Creek Bridge Inn, on Fairfield road. All cars stop in front, 6 or 7 feet of tide water, 300 feet front. Good paying property. Full particulars apply to Tom Lowe, 555 Central Ave. Free from all in cumbrance. S 16 t P FOR SALE. Nos. 220 to 238 North Washington avenue (near Grand St.) This property is all rented and com prises tenements and stores and will be sold in one lot or will be divided to suit purchaser. Apply to J. Wilde, 29 West Liberty St. B 20 tf FOR SALE Typewriters, all makts. new and second hand. Mulllns" Typewriter Exchange. 159 State St B20 tf TYPEWRITERS Mulllns Typewrit er Exchange, 159 State St B20 tf FOR SALE Cottage house of six rooms, west part of the city. Fine home for working man. Little mon ey will buy. 318 Meigs Bldg. R 5 tf I BUY OLD HORSES to kill. Re move dead ones free of charge any where within 2 5 miles of Bridge port. F. H. Daniels, 2367 Madison Road. Tel. 1811-6. Lll I TELEGRAPHY TELEGRAPHY TAUGHT quickly, main line wire in school. Class meets Monday, Wednesday, Friday evenings, Bridgeport School of Tele graphy, Room 303 Warner Building. TJ 3 f v EDUCATIONAL MRS. E. J. O'NEILL o 1 c e Production Scientific Breathing t , A Few More Pupils Accepted Tel. 487-8 785 HUN STREET MADAM HALL has opened a dress cutting school and will be In Bridge port Thursday. Friday and Saturday of each week. Will have day and evening classes. Also do fashionable dress making. Money refunded If not satisfied. Room 805 Court Ex change Building, State St H 28 tf SURGICAL APPLIANCES ELASTIC SURGICAL APPLIANCES fashioned on hand looms to individ ual requirements. Requisites for physicians, nurses, hospitals. Wil liam Snowden. No. Taylor Block. 1119 Broad street. A practical ex perience of over 26 years. Telephone 97. I I 29 "tf Business Opportunities Our specialty Is Business Proposi tions of all kinds; stores, factories, cafe's realty, etc., bought sold, ex changed; city or country. Informa tion confidential. MacDaniel & Co.. Business Brokerage. 212 Warner Build ing. Bridgeport H7p STEAMBOATS ti Bridgeport Line fflmrni rvA new ivk& Fare 50 Cents. STEAMER NAUGATUCK IN COMMISSION Leaves Bridgeport Naugarfcek wharf, daily except Saturdays at 18 night. Returning. leaves New York, Pier 37, East River, dally except Sun days, at 11:00 a. m. L. B. Nick arson, agent. Bridgeport F. C. Coley, A. G. P. A.. New Tork. New York and Bridgeport Transportation Co. ONLY INDEPENDENT LINE dally between BRIDGEPORT, NEW YORK, NEW HAVEN Now located at their New Dock, Foot of Pembroke Street J. F. GRANDFIELD, Agent Phone 3270 Merchant's Line Formerly Joy Steamship Co. STEAMER SEABOARD Daily Except Sunday Leaves New York, Pier 10 East Riv. er, 2:30 p. m. Doe at Bridgeport 7:30 p. m. Leave Bridgeport, Joy Line Dock. 2:00 a. id. Arrive New York 7:00 a. m. For further information and rates apply to W. H. PEASE, Agent. MEN AI9WQME Un Vis A for nn n at n dlMharf M.inammatic irrttatiooa or nleerati of ma ogd a caambrac I Emus Chemical Co. gent or poUsnow. I sol ay DmifMt ' or aant In plain wrap, br zsnm, prepaid. 1 .00. or t bottle tS.T Circular Mat OB re. - THE NEW ELECTRIC LIGHT TUNGSTEN 40 Watt Lamp $0.70 60 Watt Lamp 0.88 100 Watt Lamp 1.00 These Lamps furnished only to cus tomers connected with our service. CHEAPER and BETTER than any other LIGHT. Let us give you an estimate to wire and fit your store or office with these lamps. The United Illuminating Co. 148 John Street CLEANING! CLEANING ! ! CLEANING!!! Begin and have your house cleaned in the proper time. Chimney work a specialty. BRIDGEPORT HOUSE CLEANING BUREAU Phone 1316-5. W. E. McKinnon. Pr- aflHr ar9 SBBJBV OacraatMa wS SSBtSJ DM a. aulann a. tlNutNNlTl.OJBB IL C. 6. a.j WsSbSW' MISCELLANEOUS WANTS Edwin Smith tc Co.. dealers In guns, flsh- Ing tackle and sporting good .- xou can aina get your keys fitted, locks repaired, saws filed, lawn mowers sharpened. ani all kinds of light repairing done m , mlth's Gun Store, 95 Wall Street. Tel. 75-4. a tt tf LODGE OFFICERS' to know that wa make a specialty of rubber stamps, seal, medals, souvenir badges, com mittee badges and do all kinds of engraving. Schwerdtle Stamp Co 41 Cannon 9t. U 2 d PANTED Housekeepers to try -Infusoria Cream." Th ttnavct o.i v.... silver polish known. Guaranteed harmless. Ask your dealer for it. S3 p CONNECTICUT CYCLE CO.. 17 Stratford Ave. (at the lower bridge). Now is the time to have your bicy cles put in running order for the spring. ' . bis TO RENT Typewriters. Underwood. i. ... B. ' "mixu, uuver, etc. at Mullins' Typewriter Exchange. IS State St. 13t9 H DOOR AND WINDOW fifnnKBS made tao order. Old screens repair ed in all kinds of wood and finish. Estimates furnished. Henry C Hoff man 4k Co.. 2SS Water St. . Bf PEOPLE SAY to go to the Bridgeport them, it is trwe because Mr.Berger gives you aU accommodations. 14 Main St.. near Aroh St. UPHOLfiTRRTMa . u. nun h Bum rssiriiap - - - - - est Ortlepp. 171 Burroughs St. T- phone 318-2. U It tP SHOW -!AMl -M and silent salesman, store and nee nttines. Cabin at work of kinds designed and made. Hoffman 1 Show Case Co., 25 Water t St. Rl tf LADIES' ATTENTION Ladies wtU avoid worry by using our nnlr for delayed period, and whieh to the only reliable monthly remedy for sale Thousands of- ffnHwinssats we nave from ear patrons to prove, it. Positively refuse ah others, n matter what they claim, trial (Mat free. Paris Chemical Co.. MUwaa kee. Wis. TS2 tf UP-TO-DATE TAILORS DO TOD WANT to have yeur Cleaned. Dressed, reranlrasa The well known Middle street will ob the lob neat, quick onaoie. aiatiniaa BSJ tailor. 2 Middle Sti Lafayette and Tremont port. Conn. SHOES NEW AND SECOND HAMS sale. Repairing neatly and prompt" ly done at lowest prices. Nathan Hartmaa. 7 State street. . A I tf MONEY TO LOAN MONET LOANED on property on second and third mortgages at 6 per cent; also on diamonds and jewelry at 3 per cent. Inquire at N. Glea ner's Loan Office. 82 Wall Street, between 2 and 3 or 7 and 8 p. m. 8 19 tf MONEY LOANED on household goods, also on second and third mortgagee on property, to be .repaid la small weekly payments. Strictly confi dential. Bridgeport Loan Co., Room 110, Warner Building, 83 Fairfield Ave. B 18 tf MONEY ADVANCED TO CONDUC TORS, engineers, firemen, trainmen, - clerks, letter carriers, mall clerks, school teachers, bookkeepers, cash iers, mechanics and .others. Strletty confidential. Heffron Co., Room 301 Meigs Bldg. G17 "tf VOTES OF SALARIED PTCOPTdB and business conoerns bought wrlhomt . security- uneapest rases, easM merits. Offices tit 9 principal D H. Tolraen, Room 47, 4 St ait tn i RAILROADS OCTOBER 12, 1908! Trains Leave Bridgeport. Follows: FOR NEW YORK 4:44. t6:4S. t:2. t7:17. f:S0. 9:08, 9:21. 10:03. !:, . u;ii -.:, -;ai, m 4:18. :08. 6:87. jit, :. T i n 47 m-no F M flllaf lai 4:44. 5:M, t8:t !: A. to tH:0. 2:22. 2:87. 4tU. (:, tttti t:4. "7:29. ":ll. "sssv. :!. p. Rlver-12:80 (dally) A.'lti'Sj P. M. 2S. a,ave :4l, :. t:oi. W:T, :. tl 1 : 64 P. M. SUNDAYS :. 'i 1:44. :19. 8:18. 8:48. 16:44.U1:38. A. M 2:29, 4:26. 6:82. 7:18, t:8. 8:47. "lO:! P. M. FOR BOSTON. m Mew London and lvtwanoe y:41. 8:19. :S(U 11:33 A. M. 2:29, 3:46, :.' 8:88 P. M. SUNDAYS 1:41. l.li 11:88 A. M. 8:89 4:S6. :8S 'FOR BOSTON, via Hartford and Willlmnttn 9:86, A. M. 3:30, P. M. FOR WIN SUED and Istermedtate Stations 6:00. 7:00. 9:46, A. M. 2:35, 6:64, 7:40 P. M. SUNDAYS 8:30 A. M. 6:45 P. M. FOR WATKRBURY. ANSONIA, DERBY and Intermediate Stations 5:00. 7:00. 8:00. 9:46 A. M. 2:36. t6:64. 7:40 P. M. SUNDAYS. 8:30. 10:50. A. M. :46. 8:60. P. st. FOR GT. BARHINGTON, LENOX PITTS FIELD, ETC 7:0. 9:60. AJML 4:33. P. M. SUNDAYS 8 : 80 A. 13. FOR D ANBURY, NEW MILFORD. ETC., via Brookfleld Junction. 7:0, 9:50. A. M. 4:33. :37 P. M. FOR LITCHFIELD, ETC. 9:69 A. M. 4:33 P. M. SUNDAYS 8:8. A. M. Express train. t Local Btxprss ! STEAMSHIP TICKETS to and from all parts of the world; by all lines, drafts payable in all for-, elgn countries. As it is now time for your spring booking. If you intend: going abroad this summer. Call or' 'phone at the -Old Reliable JAMES FEELEY'S, 7 Arcade 'Phone 1025 Building Lots for Sale Wants, To-Rent, For Sale, dsc, l cent a word in Fanaez War Cn . FOR NEW HAVEN 11:88. list, 2:19. 6:50. 7:56. 8:68 ( 10:44. 11:SS A. M. 12:16. 13i8L 1:50. 2:29. 2:30. 3:46. a,aV