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MER BUSINESS DIRECTORY Telephone Your Order aye THE FARRIER : AUGUST 2, 1912 . t . - . .-.., . - - FAR s Art Glass BRIDGEPORT ART GLASS CO., 153 John St. - Phone 101T- Automobile Dealers' - l "H. M'FORD ' " ' Distributor MAXWELL Cars . Liberty and Standard Brush Cars . J. 1SS7 Main St. Phone 127J GTARBUCK & BIATTTCE, v FORD f CARS, 259 Fairfield Ave., ' i - Phone 4075-2 4 Automobile Supplies X. E. AUTO STJPPIir CO. 'Let us prove how we can.eaye, you. $5. o, 4ft -per cent on your supplies. h616 "Mala BL ' - Phone 4260 t Fairfield County Hews , -; Youthful Prisoner. - " ' .' Nelson Oleen, ajed sixteen years, was caught stealing' Friday night in Ryan's store In . Ridgefield . by Will -Ryan, assisted' by his .. clerks.' - Mr. Ft fan has been missing small sums of tr sney from time to time and could seem, to discover its s"ourc, -until sspicioA centered on. young Olsen. A trap wa set and. he was caught; . Lyon Will Admitted. ..' .The will of Phebe A. Lyon, which was contested by the heirs of the es tate, waa; admitted to probate by Judge Tierney - at Greenwich, Tuesday. A legacy of 82,000 is bequeathed to David Xlrown, who -'cared . for the deceased and was an Inmate of her household for many years, but, According to the xHition on file., the entire estate is valued at only 1250. , - . , y - . .-. lingular Accident. v'., Dewltt Hunt of Shors Road, Sound 5t?aeh, was the victim of .unfortunate circumstances , on .Mc-nday ..afternoon, y hen, while stealing a ride on the cear of one of Maher Ice .wagon 9-pound cake of . ice slipped .about In Jine wagon, ana reii aDout tnree ieet to the floor, landing on his fingers, which were v gripped on the tailboard ci the. vehicle. . One of, the. fingers was nearly torn from his hand, and hung Tooeely . with . the bones -broken. . The other flngere were bruised," but no oth er t bones were broken. .. . May Recover Sight. . .Strong hopes "are entertained, for the recovery of sight ' within a .ehort time by Eugene Bresson of Danbury, who was stricken bltads'ig asleep Tues day f nightr; "A " speclt-iV found that there . wtk .hope at . Mr. , Bresson's re covery under careful T treatment, 7 and that- his signt mtgnt o reatorea mtn in a short time. He also said that in tils opinion the return ofe sight -would come, as quickly and unexpectedly as had-left, Mr. Bresson.. ,t ". Destroyed by Fire. - A barn owned by Eugene Tolles in Norwalk was totally destroyed by fire Monday night, the origin of which still remains sv mystery, , The .lpss ; in.- the barn ana contents, the latter Includ leg two. tutomobiles and electrical stock owned by Henry J. Moeller, is about 12.200. - - ! - Hay fever' and asthma make Au purt a month of intense suffering to many people. Foley's. Honey and rTar Compound gives prompt ease 'and re lief, and is soothing and healing to the inflamed membranes. Wm. . M. Mtrethew, N. Sea report, Me., says: "A few doses of Foley's Honey and Tar Compound relieved me of a severe attack of asthma and-Jess than a bot tle caused a complete cure." Refuse substitutes. " F. L. Curtis; 3 5 Litchfield County Hews ; m " v' CaugTst JLarge Bass. Mrs. George STergan of Sound Beacb 5ho spent a vacation recently at San tera Lake,- near Litchfield, proudly how slips from several up-State pa pers which state that she landed the largest bass ever caught in that lake by a womaft. The fish weighed over five pounds, and was one of a batch of large ones caught by .this lady, who arose every morning at 5, tb get an early start. - ' ' r Will Prepare Pulp. Announcement has been made of the taJe of property- of the Riverton Paper Company at fti re r ton to four paper manufacturing ccmcerne, -Case Broth ers and A. ,W. Case of Manchester, Case Manufacturing Company of Un ion ville. and Case & Marshall, Inc., of East Hartford.,' The mill at Riverton Is to be repaired and will be used to prepare pulp for other mills. . Becomes Congregational. " Rev. John Knott, who had been a Methodist minister for thirty years, was ordained to .the Congregational ministry by a council at Riverton, Wednesday afternoon, and will assume :harge of the church there. LIVE STOCK 3IARKET. Xew York, , Aug. 1 Steers sold at HZ5 - & -Jf.Ofir"- per . 100 lbs. ; oxen at f 4 17.75; bulls at 14.25 $6.75; cows 13.50 $6-50. Dressed beef 13 14c Tor ordinary to prime native sides; a tittle extra beef at 15c; Texas beef 10c f? 12C. x - Veals sold at 8 211.30 per 100 lbs; culls $8 $7.50; grassers and butter milks $ $7. City dressed veals 15c p 17c: country dressed 12c & 19; dress ed buttermilks 12c 14c. ' Sheep $5 -$4.50; lambs $6.50 $8.50; culls . $5.50. 'Dressed mutton 7c iOe;' dressed lambs. 11c -14c. --,-.' All weights of hogs sold at $8.75 per 100 lbs; roughs $7.75. ; i- -- SCLENTLFIC INVESTIGATION ,"' ; " ? , v.-. ' VACCINATION ThU .TniimaJ of the, American Medi-' f cal As?oclation . . (official, ' allopathic) frir.ts a paper oy.j. jtoseninai, x. !. cf Portland. Ore., tinder the title. t'-sjacanislte ' Ceprjpox' Vaccination.". ' in Automobiles to Hire WOOD AVENUE GARAGE,! 03, Wood . Ave. Phone 248 Auto Tires and Impairing THE A. L. SCHAVOER CO., 857 Fair field Ave. Phone 1682 Recovering and Repairing a Specialty New and Second Hand Tires in stock 241 Connecticut. Ave. . Phone 988 Bakers - ... , ..,. ... ,, .... . . ... -,: UBS. HILL'S" BAKERY.. .Bread that . makes a feast or every meal. Once - tasted, never wasted. 155 Wood Av. , ' ,' V: v ' Phone 2308 CROUCH & PLASSMAN. Try "Never i Enough Bread.' 601 Howard Ave. .; . . Phone "1657-5 V its July 6 Issue, ' En . the "Report of Cases" we read that Hannah B.. three months; received ' sixteen vaccin natiohs, performed on successive days; Berta O., one year and nine months, eighteen; Gertrude D., ten weeks, nine; Hedwlg B.,' threei .days, nine; W. H. two1 and- a half Jyeare old, nineteen vaccina-tions. What was learned from these experiments is not clear to lis. "However the reader r; may. Judge for himself. Here are the "conclusions"; in fuU: : '- -'-:-. "' ' "In. confirmation of the results- ob tained by von Pirquet, we found the papilla formation in cow pox vaccina tion to be a looal phenomenon. The Independent development of each - 'to fected point as evidenced by th time vnsa ' H..5-ivt-o tirwn n.nd other local VJtUl. manifestation -bear out this point. It( Is a local reaction, however, only utf tirtbe maximum of development is at tained.", . , ' , - 'Involution . begins simultaneously jn all pointjl , In,. whatever stage of local development they may happen to be. Therefore the involution may be re garded as due to a general reaction or change -n tb-OrganlSra."i 1. -k vi "The1 areax formation is undoubtedly a . general reaction on the paft of the organism. ' This is clearly portrayed in the simultaneous formation of area in "all points in successive vaccinations at , the same .time with rise in body temperature end other signs . of 1 con stitutional disturbances Which . are In general corresponding in degree to the extent and intensity of area forma iton." - ! ; - ?- It would be of real interest to learn the effect of these wholesale vaccin ations on the children's afterlife, for therein lies the. vital point or the whole,. 9.uestion. , POLI'S "Mrs. Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch" fame whose gospel of cheerfulness is worth a barrel of ordinary sermons in making people forget their trovftrtes and appreciate the blessings . that fall to their ,lot will hold fwth at Poll's nxt week with Misa Pringle-. in the title role and the Poll Players as the gloom di spellers. This ever fresh and welcome- play has Just recently been re leased for. production In stock and has only been played in a very few cities on account of the tremendous royalty demanded.' The play was dramatized by Anne Crawford Flexner from Alice Hegan Rice's delightful, story and is one of -the greatest international suc cesses having played over 300 times in Englandand a full year iri Austra lia. Everyone bias read the stories of "Mrs. Wiggs" and "Lovey Mary" both of which are Included. Jn this dramati zation and needless to say, the. play does not concern - itself with rigid technique, any more than was the case with Mrs. Wiggs herself, but., like her, it is heart Interesting and thoroughly wholesome. The entire action takes place in the Cabbage Patch and the scenes, characters and situations , are exquisitely presented. It is one of the most delightful comedies that the Poli Players will have the opportunity to present. '- ' ' ' "Billy is still convulsing me Diggesx crowds, of the season with its ridicu lous situations. To-night the ladles will receive autographed photos of Mr. Wilson Hummel. ; X4nes of Summer. Goods have been kept up at Radford B. SmitVi't i whem sold out thev are replaced, not let gd until another sea son; so -tnat people can oiten , jma things at this store that others ' are out of. Go to the Saturday- sale every week. It pays. LOST AND FOUND FOUND Milliner with correct sug gestions . for both young and old, Eva Rowland, 226' Meigs Bldg. ' - RJ ai p TO RENT TO RENT.- Five room flat, all im provements. Inquire at 928 Kos suth St. Phone 3369. P 30 rp FOR RENT Rooms for manufactur ing or storage.. Gledhlll & Co., 421 'Water St. . R8 tf FOR RENT-i-One store and rent.1786 Main St. H2 tf We Can Furnish You With AU-Kinds of " INSURANCE WE BUY AND SELL PROPERTY WE GIVE SPECIAL . r ATTENTION TO COLLECTION OF RENTS 53 JOHN CTEEET- Anderson Your Orders will receive the same careful attention from the merchant whose cards appear herewith, as though you called at their several places of business in person. Use this Directory FREELY you will find it a great convenience. ::: : : ': : : : : Beaver Board v V THE Al W. BURRITT CO., Knowlton St. - ' v . Phone 50p Bottlers JACOB RUPERT'S BREWERY, 215 Hpusatonic Ave. , Phone 577 WALTER STAPLETON. Budweiser, Beadleston Woerz. Lumber St. and Housatonic Ave. Phone 1048 Clothing THE SURPRISE STORE, Security Phone 1603 Coal : : THE WHEELER A HOWES CO., Inc. J1221 Main S , . ;V f-.Phdn"'.;-34-2 PEOPLE'S COAL AND WrOOD YARD ' Admh-al and Carbon Sts". Phone 63-4 x , . - - ' - v - -y V-Couf ectionery; 7 C. D. LANE, 1040 Main St. Phone 242 Druggists JENNNip HAMILTON PHARMACY T Cor' Main and State Sts. Phone 832 -1 r ; ' ; 1 ! "T 1 : 7- " ' T ! T . ; GETTING SCARCE! SECURE A GCOP ICCfflOW. Now is the time to invest in water front property as supply and demand create increased values and the demand for property along the shore is increasing all the time. The day is not distant when there , will not be pnough to supply the demand, because nature is .creating no more, shore front property- and THAT limitation must mean big profits to owners of lots near the shore. . , . , . Fortunes are constantly, made in real estate located along the Connecticut coast. The record of any ; and all of our beaches is ivell known. Property bought' by the hundreds has hen resold by the thousands. V ' LORDSHIP MANOR is young,4 but growing faster than any other summer resort on the coast, and,,. . property there is a good purchase for big profits in the near future. .History is bound to repeat itself, and why not? LORDSHIP MANOR is four miles from Bridgeport center has regular transportation, gas, tele phone and city, water. . We are offering very choice plots as low as .($500.00) upon convenient monthly pay- ; ments. .,! - ''ff? -. . T . . ' ... ' ' .'-'- .i:t-'.. Write or phone for an appointment. Our auto will call for you t Suite 207, Newfield'Bldg., Phone; 4620 - ;:: i') . -.; Waterbury, S8 NortH Main" Street, Phone 1252-12;L -i New Haven, No. 6 Church Street, Phone. 7173-2 . FARMER ; . SPECIAL RATES for Furnished Roomine Houses -by month or year BIALB HEXiP WANTED : WAID. ; Drop Hammermen familiar with automobile work for out, of N town. Highest wages and trans portation advanced, steady work guar anteed. ? No strike, Address-P. O. Box 116, Cleveland, Ohio. , P29 MISCELLANEOUS WANTS WHili SACRIFICE 'Indian" motor cycle for $25. ; Other bargains. Must close, them out to make room for new stock. Conn. Cycle Co.", 127 Stratford Aye.,, Lower Bridge. ' "V ; - ' L l b p ' NICKELED COPPER tea kettles, ash cans, galvanized ware, all kinds. Special prices for perfect goods. TheWentworth Furnitore Co., 115 John street, 1013 Broad street. ; .. ' ; , P 24 MEN, WOMEN I have a wonderful money maker." If you can give all or part, time to a clean, good-pay-r ing, permanent business, . write Byrne, West Philada, Pa. - D26 s WANTED To buy all kinds of sec ond hand'furniture. Geo. F. Totams, . Redfleld's old stand, 286! Fairfield Ave. Telephone 1015-2. p& aj'p WANTED Housekeepers to try "In fusoria Cream," the finest and best sliver polish known. Guaranteed ; harmless. Ask your dealer for It. S26 5P WANTED Cottage, furnished, at Walnut Beach or Laurel Beach, from July lo.th. Small family. Address, stating terms and location. Vacation, care of Farmer.- : P9 tf MAIL ORDER I MADE $50,000 in five years In the mail order business; began with $5. (Send for free booklet. Tells how. Heacock, 765, Lockport, N. Y. R28 2 3 4 5 6 tf LADIES' ATTENTION Ladles will avoid worry by using our remedy for delayed period and which Is the only reliable monthly remedy ' for sale Thousands of testimonials we have from our patrons to prove it. Positively refuse all others, no -matter what they claim; trial sent free. Paris Chemical Co., Milwau kee. Wis. , , T22 tf Girl Wanted? Read the Farmer Want Ads. Garages ; . BLUE RIBBONGARAGE,- 235 Fair field Ave. ; Phone 3126 BOULEVARD GARAGE, Agents "Win ton Cars:'. second hand cars also. 245 Conn. Ave. v Phone 1054-2 ELM AUTO CO., 184 Elm St. 7 's ; - .,; Phone 1901 MILLER MOTOR CAR CO., 554 Fair field Ave. ' ' Phone 18 Gas and Electric Fixtures H. C. NORRISH, 809 Stratford Ave. i . '-- : Phone 2336 ; '.r : Gowns THE "WOMEN'S SMART SHOP. A little Paris all -our own For those who select gowns at home 157 Golden Hill. 7 Phono 563-5 ;v:;;.v' .;; . ' Hotels . ADAMS HOUSE, x40-42 Fairfield Aye. Phone 1488 CLASSSFBEB). AD -r- " "' 11111 v- r-M-,.-,",.,.. ONEv CENT PE!T WORD 15 Words 3 Days 35c ASK FOR YEARLY; COIITBACT i - RATES MERCHANTS EXCHANGE - Edwin 'Smith & Co.. dealers. In s. .aaassw-s 1 guns, fishing tackle ana sporting goods. You can also set your keys fitted,' locks repaired, saws filed, la wnv mowers rharpened, and all kinds of light repairing done at Smith's Gun Store. 95. Wall Street. Telephone 3382-3. RTBBON BADGES, souvenir . badges, buttons, and novelties, stamp sup plies, door plates, enamel signs, , window letters and general en gravers. The Schwerdtle Stamp Co., 41 Cannon St. . L.l-d I BUY OLD HORSES to kill. Re move dead ones free of charge any where within 25 miles of Bridge port. F. H. Daniels, 2367vMadiso'n -Roa,d. Tel. 4337 , 1 Xll j I PAPER your rooms from $2.50 up, including material. Painting done reasonable. Fred Beck, SZ Third Street. ; ' A19 tf SHOE REPATRING . at moderate prices. The only up-to-date shop t in town. We call and deliver. Tele-. ' phone. Goodyear Shoe Repairing Co., 76 John St. r R2 tf DOOR AND WINDOW SCREENS made to order. Odd screens repair ed in all kinds of wood and finish. Estimates furnished. Henry C. Hoff man & Co.. 255 Water St. R16 tf SHOW CASES Cigar combination and silent salesman, store and of- flee fittings. Cabinet work of all kinds designed and made. Hoffman Show Case Co., 255 Water St. R14 tf REMEMBER that Hoffman's Coal & Wood Yard guarantees the quality a"nd weight of his coal. 269 Knowl ton St. Tel. 2292. V A16 WANTED New roofs to lay, and old ones to repair.- Prompt work at low figures Farmers' Supply and Roofing Co., 248 Middle St. Tele phone 1136-2. - R13 a STORAGE OF FURNITURE Sepa rate rooms, securely locked, furni ture and china packing. Furniture and pianos removed, large vans, careful handling. Bridgeport Stor age Warehouse Co.. 1287 Main St., Cor Congress St. Tel. 1034-2. BACHMAN'S EMMENAGOGUE - . - MIXTURE A splendid Female Regulator in cases of suppressed menstruation, delays due to colds, ill health, or other un natural causes; $1.75 for-the whole outfit. - Made only at the WOMAN'S DRUG BTORE -870 Main Street, Bridgeport, Conn. Lady Attendants Always Here 1 Ice Dealers DENNIS & SQUIRES, 914 Housatonic Ave. Phone 2888 Laundries r WOOD AVENUE LAUNDRY. We treat your clothes as our own, ,, If you like the idea telephone. Wood and Benham Aves. . . Phone 1339-4 N Lumber i FRANK MILLER LUMBER CO., 158 . E. Wash AVe. Phone 103 otor Cycles EXCELSIOR MOTOR CYCLES, S. T. ' Kellogg, 615 State St. Phone 1368 Nurses' Eegistry NURSES' CENTRAIj ,. REGISTRY AND HOME. ; Our telephone is for . your . accommodation, plus expedl encyand judicious .seledtion. 10S8 Fairfield Ave.-', Phone 884 at your door. TELEPHONE 1208 Advertising Department TO RENT FURNISHED ROOMS FOR LIGHT housekeeping Running water Bath. Address Reasonable, care of Farmer. R17 tf Hawlcy, Wilmot & Reynolds Undertakers and Embalmers No. 168 State St., Bridgeport, Ct. All calls, day or nisht. answer- ed from office. George R. Haw- ley, 61 vine St, near Park Av.; Edward H. Wilmot, 865 Clinton Av.; John B. Reynolds, .299 West Av. ' Wm. Lieberum & Son Embalmers and Undertakers Office and Residence 5 8 1 M A I N S T R E E T . Telephone Connection v J ohn F. Gallagher Undertakers . and Embalmers Margaret ti. . Gallagher The Only Graduate and Licensed Woman in the City . S71 FArRFIELD AY. Tel. 180 ROURKE & ROTJRKE TJ n d e f takers' and Embalmerd 12915 MAIN STREET. Tel. 1661 Calls Answered Day or Night AUGUST G. BAKER Funeral Director and Embalmer Mortuary Chapel in Connection Free of Charge 1297 STRATFORD AVE. Telephone Connections Calls Answered, Night or Day, from Office M. J. GANNON FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER 1051 Broad St., near John 'Phone 3493 Residence. 1650 Park Ave. ' Phone 1259 - 3D Piano Tuning WISSNER PIANOS, Cor. Broad and , State Sts. Phone 2526 Pianos WM. A. TOMLLNSON, 15 Fairfield Ave. Phone 2057-4 v Shoe Stores S. B. THING CO., 1158 Main St. THE CARTWRIGHT SHOE CO., 982 Main St. Phone 1365 , ' Real Sstate Agents BARTRAM & GREENE, 164 State St. Phone 4591 i ii H in i i i i i Spring Water HIGHLAND MINERAL SPRING WATER CO. A pure water bill is better than( a doctor's bill: and Itst . expensive. 645 Warren .St.. 1 . : '' J '''' ' ' -Phone 987 POWHATAN fsPRINGS. Natu re's crystal beverage is man's "drink. 1794 North Ave. Phone 1042-3 EDUCATIONAL THE tNIVERSITY SCHOOL, 8S Falrtleld avenue: Class, group, and private instruction in elementary end iEudvanced eubjects; Morning, afternoon, and 'evening sessions ; . Special advantages in .- arranging now, for fcext year's work. Summer school, July 15 to September 20. Telephone, 642. R5 b DRAFTSMEN, mechanical architect ual or structural, are always in demand at good salaries; ten young men v anted to join club to learn drawing, at home evenings; instru ' f ments furnished. Address C. 8. K., Box 22S, City. v : U25 tf FINANCIAL! THE CITY NATIONAL BANK, United States Depository -Capital,! 25 0,000 ; surplus and profits,' 94 50, 04. Frank Miller, President; David P. Read, Vice President Charles E. Hough, Cashier; , Henry S. Terrlll, Asst. Cashier;- Robert -A.' Beers, Asst. Cashier. "' ' THE CONNECTICUT NATIONAL) BANK,-of Bridgeport, oorner -Main and Wall Streets. S. W. Baldwin, President; H S.' Shelton, Vice Pres ident; rLi. B. Powe, Cashier; T. C , Cumming, Assistant Cashier. Cap ital, $332,100; Surplus and Profits, $350,000. . -' STEAMBOATS BRIDGEPORT LlilE TO HEW YORK FARE 60 CENTS STEAMER BRIDGEPORT ) leave Bridgeport, - Fairfield '"Avenue Wharf, week days, at 8 A. M.. Returning, leave New York, week days, PiA 27, E. R., 3 P. M., foot of East 22d Street, 3:30 P. M. Saturday schedule ons hour' earlier. ' STEAMER , NAUGATUCS leavs Bridgeport Pequonnock Wharf, foot of Union Street," dally, except Satur day, at 12 night Returning, leave New .York, Pier 27, E. R.,dally. except Sundays, 11 A. M. Due Bridgeport. 8:20 P, M. ... ' Excursions to NewYork ' AND UP THE HUDSON STEAMER BRIDGEPORT will make excursions to New York and up the Hudson Sundays until Sept.8th. in clusive, also Labor Day, leaving Fair field Ave. Wharf at 9 A. M. . Return ing, leave New York, foot of East 22d Street, at 5:30 P. M. FARES FOR THE ROUND TRIPS To New York, 75e; Children, 40o To New York and up the Hudson, $1; - Children, ,50o 'Tickets good only for date sold. Music by the Wheeler & Wilson Or chestra. , ' L. B. NICKERSON, Agt. The New England Steamship Company MERCHANrSlINE Daily Except Sunday Leaves New York, Pier 19, East RiverrT 3 p. m. Due at ".Bridgeport, 7: SO p. m. Ueave Bridgeport, Jov Line Dock, 2 a. m.. Arrive New York, 1, a. m. For further ' information and rates apply to J. B. snepard Agent. Matinee and Sunday -Excursions Steamer PARK CITY to Port Jeffer son, N.Y., every week day and Sunday Matinee Excursions from - Bridge port dailv. 1:30 pm. Returnlng,leave Port Jefferson 4:30 p.m. Round Trip Tickets, good day oi issue onry, 50c, Music by WoodhulTs Orchestra - Capt. C. E. Tooker SUMMER TIME TABLE Will run daily, leave Port Jefferson 9:00 a.m. and 4:30 pvm. Leave Bridge port 1:30 and 6:30 p. m. Single Fare, 75c: Round Trip Ticket, $1.00. Good any time during season. Sunday, leave Port Jefferson 10 a.m., 4:30 p.m. Leave Bridgeport 1:30 and 6:30 p. m. Automobile transportation given. For further information address ..- GEO. M. TOOKER, Agent, Bridgeport or Port Jefferson Time table subject t'o change . without notice lit Mtfiaerl. Farmer Want Ads lc a weird 4 p1 f Tailors L. E. NUNNOLD, H3 Fairfield Ave v Theatre LYRIC , THEATRE, 1424 Mala St. Phone 1U . POLI'S THEATRE, 29 Fairfield At. , fPhon 874 TypeTTriting-IIultigrapliing GEO. N. SEARS, Notary Public. 108 Meigs' Building. Phone 922-4 Typewriters MTJLLINS' TYPEWRITER Esdhaaj 157 State St. ' Phoni 941 - - " PLUMBER TYPEWRITER ; EX , C1LANGE, 156 Fairfield Ave. ?. , Phone 1339 MOTOR TRUCKS FRANK PAINE, Packard truck, general motor tracing, long dis tance moving, etc. Phoae Bias Ribbon Garage. B2T tf , PIANOS AND MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS PIANO TUNING by factory men, at ; regular pricts. Ask about our year ly contract plan. Wisansr. Broad and State Sts. . Rl$ tf USED PIANOS FOR SALE, standard make, -sill sell at great sacrifice for cash or part payment downAddres Piano, care of-Farmer. . y R17 tt 1 1 ., ' i i i i i ny PERSONAL CARD READER Advice on all af. fairs, 25c. Mrs. Levy, 74 Mad'goa Ave., fourth house above North Av,' ' .:(, : L2J tf; . PROGRESSITE PEOPLE Z as a mle like to own their own houses. Your- attention to two awfully good bargains: Seven (7) room cottar ont Broolawn way; small bouse and two acres good farm land in Fairfield. For particulars and . courteous attention : BARTRAM & GREENE ; Franklin Block ' Telephone 45i: u. Large building to be taken Cowa and. removed. . T. B.' WARREN, U18 tf 29 6anford BTi!itl5'r RAILROADS tford . JUNE 16, 19X2 Trajns Leave Bridgeport Ap Follows: . FOR NEW YORK 12 : 2 5 Q, l:ll. 5:16, 6:4S. tf:28, fT:l7. lT:i. tS:2& 8:50, 9:08. -lOO, til:4T A. VL . 12:28, 12:45, 1:1Q, 1:82; 2:2L 2:30, 2:55, 8:64, 5:07, :30. :lF, 6:30, 6:45, -7:32, 8:1. 9:38, 10:1 P.M. SUNDAYS 12:25Q.4:48. 5:11, 8:27, 10:00 A. M. fl2:28. 2:13, 2:27, 4:18, 6:07, 5:21, 5:39, t:4S, 7:fl. 7:58, 8:13. 9:23. f:IS. lOitt. FOR WASHINGTON Via H2fler River 12:2 (daily) A. M.; iU FOR NEW HAVEN lH"f: ill 6:48, 7:56 9:36, 10:43, 11:23 A. M-12;27,..i2:30,U;5l.:21.. 3:34, ' 8:41, 4:23,(4:57. 5:30, 6:84. :&, 7:11, 7:32. 9Af A19:28, 11:59 P M. SUNDAYS 12:42 1:41, t:18. 10:i2, 10:26. 11:16, 11:38 A. M tl2:47,2:28, 4:23. 6:80, 6:84. 7:lt, tt:22, t9:02, 10:22, U:27 P. M. f FOR BOSTON, via New London and Providence 1: 41, 8:48, 10:42, 11:33 A.M. S12:27 to Saybrook Jet-, 841, 4:23. '5:30 to. Saybrook Jet. 6.54 P. M. SUNDAYS M:41, 8:13. to New London, lltS3 A. M. tl2:f f to New London, 2:28, 4:23, ill p.-.M. - . FOR BOSTON, Via Hartford atfc$ Willimantic 9:21. A. M 3:21. P; m. . . z: FOR WINSTED and Intermedia i ' Stations 5:00, 87:00. 8:40. tU:l A. M. 2:35, t5:51, 7:45 P. M. SUN DAYS 8:20 A. M. 7:00 P. M. FOR WATERBURY, ANSONIA. DERBY and Intermediate Stations E:00, 7:00, 8:00, 9:il (express), 9:49. tiiilO A. M. ,2:35, 3:21 (express). 5:51, 7:45. 9:49 P. M. SUNDAYS- 8:80. 11:20 A. M. 7:00. 9:07 P M. FOR GT. BARRINGTON, LENOt;. PITTSFTELD, ETC. 7:00, 9:45 A. IT. 4:28 P. M. SUNDAYS 8 : 3 9 A. .11. FOR DANBURY, NEW. MTLFOR2T, ETC., via Brookfield Junction 7:09, . 9:45 A. M. 4:28, 0:44 P. M. SUN DAYS C8:30 AM. FOR LITCHFIELD, ETC. 9 : 4 5 A. M. 4:28 P. M. SUNDAYS 8:80 A. M.' : Express trains; t Local Express. Q to Harlem River Station. r , C via Hawleyville. . - . S Saturdays; only Juno 22 to Auk 31 inc., ana also on July 3 and Sept 2. ADVERTISE fN THE FAR3F2X irc&Yafk 'fVnt'r tin vim Manp J Jar .