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THE FARMER: JTJIiY 8, 1913
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GtASSIFIE
ADVERTISEMENTS is words T5c, 3 times 35c
and Sell Furnished Rooms to Rent - Business Men's Exchange
Real Estate to Buy
; FOR SALE I ( TO LET H HELP WANTED' j j SITUATIONS I I
1 "' "Fr Sole" Advertisements Is The Farmer bring ready I Wake down tbat spotted placard -and secure a tenant ) Many men and women call at The Parmer and look ' J If yon are one or work, The Farmer Wants Ads ought
3wircl steers. Try one, you will be surpalsed at the lm 1 amer in the modern way through a Farmer classl- i over the Help wanted Ada. IX yon need help Ad- ' to be of material assistance to yon. Head them over i
1 ' t mediate results. J flaM advertisement. J , -verttse. ' i . 1 1- - carefully each day.
f '
f i - "Till To Rent I For Sale I Merchants V Exchange 1 ;
Today's
"Wants Ada wilT be received for this page up to
12-o'clock noon. Those sent in at a later hour up
to 2:30 -will appear on the second or third page of
thi3 paper under the heading, "Latest Wants."
EDUCATIOU IIOTES.
Denver has 10 public playgrounds,
with a teaching- corps of 19 men and
women., .,..... w
Women teach practical agriculture
tn the elementary- schools of Tippe
canoe Goonty, Indiana.
Swimming lessons, sex" hygiene in
struction, aviation, and wireless teleg
raphy are some of the new subjects In
city public schools as reported to the
United States Bureau of Education.
The best think In my section, this
year was the Introduction of indus
trial education for the negroes by
means cf a negro supervisor,"' writes a
division superintendent - of schools In
Virginia. , ...
; : It costs 15 typical American cities
"ET average of less than a dollar a
Tear per pupil to provide free text'
-books, according to W- Si DeSfen
.baugb, of the United Stttee Bureau of
'.Education.
The course of study in the AlaTbama
normal - schools is to be radically
changed to include such subjects as:
Rural sociology, biology, domestic
science, domestic art, library methods,
school gardening, and ' agriculture
through-club work.
t Some of the rural .schools In the
state of Washington have college grad
uates as teachers. In that State they
pay good salaries to country teachers
because they believe that the country
. school Ehosld.be as well tanght as the
city school.
Kentucy Is fearing . real, education-
al awakening so real that people are,
J not afraid to pay what it costs to
I create and maintain an efficient sys
tem of schools. One tax collector re-
i ports that citizens who have been In
i the habit of complaining because of
! higher taxes said It was "all right,
when Informed that the increased rate
was la -codex- to give more money to
the potato schools. -
Corwctftdatton of school Is going on
to sues u. extent In the United States
' that; even with a building boom In
: progress, many localities report fewer
; schools) each year. Tennessee offers
! some notable examples. Knox Coun
; ty has erected 14 new buildings dur-
' lag the year, yet the total number
of sehoolhonses In. use has been re
duced from 164 to IBS. How con-
r-jdattoa helps . attendance is shown
;;t -f another Tennessee county (Lauder-
: dale), where a, new consolidated
school had twice the enrollment of
the conrbtned three schools which it
replaced. ' The better consolidated
school extracts -better attendance, des.
ptte. ttte-tacx that it Is less easy to
; reach, --
White '-veOe robes, embroidered in
white or colors, are by any means
In the backgroaod. Too many woznen
arat g3ad ' to buy eomethins partly
Wants
Unclassified
IOST. White row boat, red bottom,
double set oarlocks. Reward if re
. turned. Rudder Cottage, Fairfield
Beach. v P 8 sp
WANTED. Young . man to learn the
dry goods business. One that is
willing to work. Rapid advance
ment and fine opportunity. High
school graduate preferred. Address
Box U. X The Farmer Office.
THE UNIVERSITY SCHOOL, 836
Fairfield avenue. Class, group, and
private instruction in preparation
for the colleges and technical
schools. Special advantages in ar
ransinsr now for next year's work
Summer school, ' individual work
only, August 4 to September 20.
P 8 at
WANTED Stripers . familiar with
japan work. Apply American
' Gra.pto.oph one Co. Employment Ba
reau, Cherry St, City. , P 7 do
PILGRIMAGE $18.50. Bridgeport to
St. Anne via New York, Aug. 3. In
quire St. Anthony's Rectory, 96 Col
orado avenue. City. . . P 3 dp
UPHOLSTERING-, Furniture Repair
ed and reflnlshed. Prices always
reasonable at Strain's Furniture
Store, State, near Clinton. HS tfo
WANTFJI Furniture, stoves, ear
pets, store fixtures. Arc Tel. 1084.
City Auction Co. 1( State St.
rOC CAN'T BEAT Casca-Laxlne tab.
lets for constipation. Try them.
a 7 e
FOR SALE. lft One large building
lots, 60x100. north . St. Vincent'
hospital about two-, minutes' walk
i from trolley, fine, view .of Long Is.
- land Sound. "Will be sold vary rea
sonable to quick bnyer. ,ddresa
Richard Shulta. Exeter St.
H 29 m I " po
AT BOtaMOS A BuVTK MARKKT fa
Gtate St. Will have Bausage Meat
every day. I 18 tf.o
WANTED TO BUY second hand' fur
niture, stoves, carpets, etc 2 SO
State Bt- Phone 810-13. r 01tf
NOTICE, ;
The firm of Mlnotti and Grillo, ma
sons and contractors have this day dis
banded partnership. The business will
be conducted by Charles Mlnotti in
the future. P7sp .
POLISH, HUNGARIAN
LABORERS WANTED AT
ONCE. 202 JOHN ST.
P8 tf
Deep or extended skirt yokes in
front are one of the features of the
richer draped gowns. ,
Part of the emcees eof itne fashion
able toilette this year is due to the
richness of Its material. ' .
For young girls at the seashore the
prettiest tailored suit Is a white serge
'with golf -red coat. -
TO REXT. Nicely furnished rooms.
In strictly respectable family. 627
17nli-f1alj4 A,A -DhmA fiKft-8
U 14 tf.
TO RENT. Store, 800 Fairfield ave
nue, opposite Blae KID Don uaraga
B 4 - tr.
FOR RENT Rooms for manufactur-'
ing or storage. Gledhlll & Co., 421
Water St. R
1Yt n lkt m.. 10 ftrrolshed
rooms to man and wife for light
housekeeping. References
changed; rent $6.60 per week.
ex-
Ad
uress ja. A. w ., care
, T8 tx
Female Help Wanted
WANTED. Competent waitress. Ap
ply J. P. Bartram, Black Rock, near
club house. 7 t-p
Help Wanted
WANTED. One hundred laborers to
work on the construction of Morris
Dam. $2.00 per day. ooa Doara
big accommodation. No labor trou
ble. The Ryan-Unmack Co., mora
aston. Conn. R 21 aj'
WANTED. For U. &. Army; Able-
bodied unmarried men between
ages of18 and 85; citizens of United
States, of (rood character and -tem
perate habits, who can speak, read
and write the English language.
For information apply to Recruiting
Officer, 62 Cannon -St.. Bridgeport,
Conn. ta -
Situations Wanted
SITUATION WANTED. Young male
nttBtidnnt desires position. Will
feel. No contagious diseases. Best
refereiioe. Address Attendant, care
Evening Farmer. I30dp
POsrrroN WANTED by reliable man
- as day or night watchman. Thor
oughly understands boiler. Steady
and reliable. Address .Watchman,
care of Farmer. D 30 a
W ANTE D. Position, by reliable
young man, Z4 years oia, as m col
lector, salesman, or any ouisiuo iubi
tlon. References. Address R. H.
C, care of Evening Farmer or
CBOne V68-B. -A u u
POSITION WANTED . B y man cap
able oi taKing cnarge or oirice ana
making himself useful at anything.
Good at figures and writing. Ad.
dress C I, care of "Farmer Pub.
Co. '' TlT"tt
WANTED. Position In Men's de
partment of credit clothing house.
Has had experience at selling, also
, collecting. Best of references. At
ine&ent employed. AUaresa l.Li.B
rare of T"'i r m f-r . Hl'tr'
WANTED. Position" In store or with
nrm with possibilities ul auvaiice
ment Would like position as out
side salesman. Salary reasonable
to start. AdQrcss S. J. j.. can- or
Farmer. H II U
FURNISBTED ROOM TO RENT, well
appointed, electric lights, steam
heat, hot water, private bath, pri
vate phone if desired. In. select
neighborhood, Clinton Ave, near
Maple wood Ave., with private fam
ily. Can be seen by appointment
only. References exchanged. Ad-
: dress P. O. Box 460. XS 28 tf
Furnished Rooms to Rent
TO RENT. 605 Warren St, 3 fur
nished rooms, light housekeeping.
CaU from 9 to 1. Tel. 49S-2.
D 12 a 5 P
Personal
CARD READER Advice on all af
fairs, 25c Mrs. Levy. 674 Madison
Ave-, fourth house .bove North Av.
1.25 tf
ORDER your screen now, antique fur
niture renovated, fine cabinet work,
Carl A. Schmidt. 120 Cleveland
avenue. R 18 ajp
Printers and Stationers
10O CARDS, ENVEIiOPES, 'STATE
ments. Bill Heads, Note Beads,, or
Circulars, printed for only $2.00.
Siksay, 83 Reilley street.
U222-tf
GOOD PRINTING AT XjOW PRICES,
100 Cards, Statements, Bill Heads,
Envelopes, Note Heads, or Circu
lars, printed for only S2.00. Siksay.
83 Reilly street. ' U22tf
STAR PRESS prints business cards,
envelopes, hM iea:ds,stateraenta,
ticketsL .programs, eho.i? . car d, ciTr
culars. Low prices,!-first- classwork,
Jacob Schneider, Prop., 16-18 Kos
suth St., corner Stratford Ave.
Phone 2603-12. Union office.
TO
imvv York
STR. BRIDGEPORT Iv. Bridgeport, Fairfield Ave. Wharf, week
days, at 8 A. Ml Returning, Iv. New York week days. Pier 87, E. TL.,
3 P. M. Saturdays 2:00 P. M. Foot of East 22nd Street, 3:80 P. M.
Saturdays 2:30 P. M.
STR. NAUGATUCK Tjv. Bridgeport, Peqaonnock Wharf, foot of
Union St., dally, except Saturday, at 12 night. Retnrniiur. Ij-v. New
York, Pier 27, E. R., daily, except Sundays, 11:00 A. M. Due Bridge
port S:20 P. 51.
Excursions to New York:
and Up the Hudson
STR. BRIDGEPORT will make excursions to New York and np
the Hudson Sundays until Sept. 8th inc., also Iiabor Day, IiV. Fairfield
Ave. Wharf at 9 A. M. Returning, Iv. New York, foot of East 2 2d
Street, at 5:30 P. ML
ROUND TRIP FARES
To New York,. 75c; Children, 40c
To New York and up the Hudson, $1; Children, 50c
Tickets good only for jd ate sold. Music by the Wheeler & Wilson
Orchestra. t
THE NEW ENGIiAND STEAMSHIP CO. Xj. B. NICKER SON, Agt.
FOR 8 AXaEj Hupp 20 runabout, first
class condition. Just overhauled. Call
evenings at Peck's Garage, 625 State
street P 7 sp
FOR SALK. Piano used one year.
Combination coal and gas range,
300 Fairfield Ave. D 19 tf
FOR SALE. Sickness compels me to
sell my stock of folding chairs,
whist and lunch tables, tools.' etc,
at a great sacrifice. Address Geo,
F. Stillman. 125 Pembroke St.
130 Kossuth St. D 26 t
FOIt SAIE Building tots corner Con
necticut and Carroll Ave.. Holland
Ave., and Hoiilster Heights., Wm.
Broch, S47 Fairfield Ave. 8 80 tf
VIRGINIA RIVER FARM 176 acres.
100 rich bottom. 6 room house, good
barn. 1 mile of electric line. 6 miles
of Richmond. Only 67,500; terms,
Send for free llat-700 Farm Bar
gains. Casselman & Company. Rich
mond, Virginia. a 3 aj-p
FOR SALE
My Residence, 405 Seaviaw
k Avenue
v T. B. WARREN
29 Sanf ord Building
Out-of-Town Ads
ADVERTISING SERVICE Placa
vour advertisements in the out-of-
town newspapers, at the regular
rates through Read s Advertising
.Agency, 210 Connecticut sank Kidg.
Kill -IP
Ambulances
AMBTJItANCES rlnvalld cars ' and
limousines. - Charges reasonable.
James. T. Ronrke, 1295 Main street.
Phone 1661. 7 OS"
Photography,
DEVEXiOPING of films and plates for
amateurs, first -class worK guaran
teed. Armstrong-Whitman Studio
roTK ana r mnieiu atdk - a a b
Upholstering
max ana ciujiiinu. .k l mAirvAjr
' m'mm PnF.ftn,.
Biore, cuiio, near vmtwi. n w
PtTD FURNITURE RENEWED, chairs
recanea, opnoneno. uua v. moi.
11ns. 826 East Main street. Phona
104K-S. X 7 a"i
Financial
THE CITY NATIONAL BANK, United
States .Depository uapita.1, $260,000;
surplus and profits, $460,000. Frank
Miller, President; David F. Read,
Vice President; Charles E. Hough,
Cashier; Henry B. Terrill. Asst.
Cashier; - Robert A. Beers. .Asst.
Cashier. .1
THE OONNEOTIOTT NATIONATi
BANK, of Bridgeport, corner Main
and Wail streets. fc. w. Baldwin.
President; II. S. Shelton, Vice Pres
ident; Lu h. fowe, cashier; T. U.
Cumming, Assistant- Cashier. Cap
ital, $332,100; Surplus and Profits,
bnmpi ssso.uuo.
RE&HBOATI
MERCHANT'S LINE
Dally Except Sunday
Iieaves New York. Pier 19u East
River, S p. m. Due at Bridgeport,
7:30 p. m. Kieave Bridgeport, Joy Idne
dock, a a. m, Arrive nen lors 7 a.
m. - tor rnrtner nuormauon and
rates apply to . tr. 'iaepara, agent
Summer Time Table Bridgeport &
Port Jefferson Steamboat Co.
Steamer PARK CITY
Capt C 1 E. Tooker. Daily. lean
Port Jefferson 9 a. m. and 4:S0 d. m,
(Single Fare, 7.5c; Round Trip Tickets,
$1. tioou n.uy Liui,; uuriug tne season.
Matinee Excursions, from Bridgeport
daily 1:30 p.m; returning, leave Port
Jefferson 4:30 p.m.; round trip tickets.
good day of issue, only 50c. Special
Excursions Tuesday. Friday and Sun
day from Port Jefferson. Sunday, leave
fort jerrerson xo a.m. ana 4:30 p.m.
leave Briayeport 1:30 and 6:30 p. m.
Automobile transportation.
. . Gap. M. Tooker, Agent
Edwin Smith &
Co., dealers in
guns, fishing
tackle and
sporting - goods.
""T mte locls repair-edT
arLn &wa mowers sharpened.
2tefckmds oI "ht repairing done
xlifJS1 b Gun store. OS Wall Street,
telephone 4293-3. .
STENCIIiS We carry a full line of
stencil ,
" uu "8$ urea, aiao 11 1
stencils to order. Burning brands,
steel and rubber stamps. The
Schwerdtle Stamp Co., 41 Cannon
bt- " P 3 d
Or FURNITURE RENEWED.chalrs
recaned,upholstering, hair mattress-
Lme ovr- Gu CMulllns. 325
East Mam St. Phone 2514-3.
' " T7 a
REAIi ESTATE, Country Resorts and
all kinds of classified advertise-
ments taken for newspapers every
where at the regular rates. Read's
Advertising Agency, 210 Conn. Bank
STERrrifG AT,E Equal to Bass ale.
J-J?e dozen. Bottled by
Carr, 96 Cannon street. Phone
. " " G17 tf
"SSL; RESAmETG. moderate
. . . . c" ana aeuver. Tele
phone 1301. Goodyear Shoo Tim.
pairing Co.. 76 John St. . RJ tf
D?R A11" WOW SCREENS
""V" screens repair-
vti kinds of wood and Idniah.
' ' aa water -est. Rig "tf
?W.CAS.ES , C1r combination
and silent salernnan
ce rJttmgs. Cabinet work of all
wnfls designed and made. Hoffman
wu,a wo., 265 water St.
- R14 tf
Wanted To Buy
WANTED To buy all kinds of second
an,2 furniture. Geo. F. Totams,
Redfleld's old stand. 43 Harrison St.
Telephone 1015-2. Bit at p
I BUY OliD HORSES to kill. -Remove
dead ones f re of charge any
where within 25 miles of Bridge
port. P, H. Daniels. 2367 Madison
Road. Tel. 4337. m j
WANTED-JTo buy all kinds of see-'
, xurniture. ueo. jr. Totams.
Redfleld's old stand, 43 Harrison St.
Telephone 1015-3. Bl! at p
F"1 WAJrr old Junk or
v old things around your premises,
but we want them as we need them
for our business. Sell them to
Jacob Bros. We will pay you the
highest price and get them out of
your way. Prompt attenUon and
satisfaction Is our record. ZS K"o.
suth St. Tel. 236. R6 tf
Pianos and Musical
7 "Instruments'
FOR 6ATJ& Used piano of reputable
mass id una conamon. Will sell
cheap 'for cash. Address Piano,
care of Farmer. H S3 tf.
PIANOS TUNED and repaired by an
ezyenancea xactory man terms
reasonable. Send- postal. Tuner,
care of Farmer. H 23 tf
FOR SALE House organ. $20;plano.
S145. Zither. natentail Aam.
Will accept weekly payments. Ad
dress I. A. If, ear Farmer.
" T,a" .
PIANOS TUNEI by our wn factory
bihji. uvFDMa enwnuee ana n h
solute " satisfaction - guaranteed. J
jrnone wissner warerooms.
Broad and State Sts. T3 a
USED KNABE PIANO, taken In ex-
cnange xor . piayer. Deautllul tone,
perfect eondition, will sell cheap for
cash or easy payments. William A.
Tomllnson, 15 Fairfield avenue, up
stairs, Sagal Building, Boom 100-
za , Tt.
WANTED. To buy all kinds of sec
ond hand furniture. Geo. F. Totams,
Redfleld's old stand. 43 Harrison St.
Telephone 1015-2. R 14 aSp
Barrels
BUY AND SELL aU kinds of empty
pwrew. Dawu ior sale. .Bridge
port Barrel Co., 68 Beard sley St.
Phone 1371. A26 tf
Storage Warehouses
STORAGE OF FURNITURE Sepa
rate ruumu, securely locKea, rurni
ture and china packing. Furniture
' and pianos removed, large vans,
careful handling. Bridgeport Stor
age Warehouse Co., 1286 Main St,
Cor. Congress St. Tel. 1034-2.
Educational
PIANO INSTRUCTION Given by a
wuu& j uiiuia rcasunaoio, v,aii
er address, 149 Golden HilL
B 20 a p
STUDENTS wanted in practical ad
vertising uiass; Terms reasonable.
Theoretical, practical, scientific and
psychological advertising in all its
branches taught. For full Informa
tion address Box 460, City. T2 tf
Fire Department Inadequate
You proDaDly noticed this statement
Better think about some insiiranm
hadn't you? We would rather insure
yon here than hereafter.
BARTKAM & GREENE
Franklin Block. All kinds of Insur
ance, Bonds and Real Estate
IF YOU HAVE $1,500
to invest, where you wish to
double your income on a first
class two family house,come
in and see us.
Anderson &Co,
Business Directory
Save Time. Phone Your Orders
Save Time, Telephone Your Orders, They 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. Uisa
this Directory FREELY you will find it great convenience.
Art Glass
BRIDGEPORT ART GliASS CO 153
John St. Phone 1017-6
Automobile Dealers
H. M. FORD
Distributor Maxwell Cars and th
R. C, H. $900. 1
1837 ' Main St. Phone 127X
6TARBUCK A MATTICE, FORD
CARS, S59 Fairfield Ave. ;
Phone 4075-3
Automobile Supplies
W. E." AUTO SUPPIiY CO. Iet us
, prove how we can save yon 25 to 40
, per cent, on your' supplies. 610
Main St. Phone 4280
Auto Tires and Repairing
THE A. It SCHAVOIR CO.. 857 Fair
field Ave. Phone iell
CONN. AUTO TTRB CO.
Recovering and Repairing a Specialty
New and Second Hand Tires In stock
241 Connecticut Ave. ' Phone 963
, Bakers
MRS. HTTJTi'S BAKERY. - Bread that
makes a feast of every meal Once
tasted, never wasted. 165 Wood Av.
Phone 2306
CROUCH & FTiASSMAN. Try "Never
Enough Bread." ' 601 Howard Ave.
Phone 1657-6
Beaver Board
THE A. W. BURRllT CO., Knowlton
St. ' Phone 605
Bottlers :
JACOB RUPPERTS BREWERY, lb
Bouaatomo Ave. "hone( B77
WAXTER STAPIiETON, Lumber St
. , Phone 104S
Clothing I
THE eURFRISS
Bldg.
STORE, Security
Phona 1603
:;- Coal
THE VVHEKLEB A HOWES CO., Tnc,
.1221 Main Bt. Phone 844-2
PEOPLE'S COAIi AND WOOD YARD
Admiral and Carbon Sts. Phone 63-4
Confectionery
CD. LANE, 1040 Main St. Phone 242
Doctor
DR. ALICE L. FITCH, 953 Tranlstan
: Ave., near State St. Office hours:
9 a. m. to 6 p. m. Phone 4821.
Druggists
JENNIE HAMILTON PHARMACY.
Cor. Main and Stats Sts. Phone 832
Employment Bureau
BRIDGEPORT EMPLOTWEOT BU
REAU, supplies companions, moth
ers' helpers, nurse maids and com
petent domestic help, 670 State St.
Phona 4111-3
Furniture Mover
H. G. DEMME CO.
If you want your piano or furni
ture moved safely give the Job to
Demme. -153
Union Ave. Phone 2399
Garages
BLUE RIBBON GARAGE, 29 S Fair
field Ave. Phone 3126
BOULEVARD GARAGE.agents "Win
ton Cars;" second hand cars also.
245 Conn. Ave. Phone 1054-3
ELM AUTO CO, 184 Elm St.
Phone 1901
WOOD AVENUE GARAGE, 103 Wood
Ave. Phona 248
GIRLS 'WANTED!
1 CORSET DEPARTMENT
Single needle operators and steel stitchers. j
BOX DEPARTMENT
On all kinds of paper boxes.
METAL DEPARTMENT
For light foot press work.
' "
The Warner Brothers' Go.
APPLY
EMPLOYMENT DEPARTMENT, Corner Lafayette and Gregory Sts.
Gas and Gasoline Engines
WAJLDORF motor a machine
CO. buys and sells t agines and ma-
chlnery. First claa repairing.
123 Cannon St. Phone 3 807-3
Gowns
THE WOMEN'S SMART SHOP
A little Paris all our own
For those who select gowns at home
167 Golden Hill. , Phona 663-S
Hotels
ADAMS HOUSE, 40-42 Fairfield Avs,
, Phona 1482
Ice Dealers
DENIS A SQUIRES, 914 Honsatonlct
Ave. Phona 2838
Laundries
WOOD AVENUE IiAUNDRY
We treat your clothes as our own
If you like the idea telephone.
Wood and Benham Aves.
Phones 1S89-4
Lumber
FRANK MILLER LUMBER CO, isfl
E. Wash. Ave. 1 Phone 103
Motor Cycles
EXCELSIOR MOTOR CYCTLE3, S. T
Kellogg. 615 State St. Phone 1263
Nurses Registry
NURSES " CENTRAIi REGISTRY
AND HOME. Our telephone is to
your accommodation.- plus expedI-
ency and judicious selection. . 108S
Fairfield Ave. Phona 834
NURSES WEST ENT REGISTRY
AND HOME, 378 State Bt. . .
, Phone 2S2S
Papers, Magazines, Rags
DISBROW A LAW
205 John St.
Phone llf-2
Piano Tuning
WISSNER PIANOS, Cor. Broad anW
State Sts. Phone 152
"a Pianos
WM. A. TOMLINSON, 15 Fairfield
Ave. ,- ... Phone 2067-4
Real Estate Agents
BARTRAM A GREENE, 164 Etate
Phone 469U
Second Hand Furniture
H. A. JASMIN, 866 State St. Cal
np 1068 and get 10 per cent, more
for your goods. Why? Low rent,
larger business, aulck sales.
Shoe Stores
S. B. THING A CO., 1168 Main St
THE CARTWBIGBX SHOE CO, 98
Main St. Phona 1S
Spring Water
HIGHLAND MINERAL SPRTNfl
WATER CO. A pure water bill la
fcetter than a doctor's bill and less
expensive. tf45 Warren St.
Phona 987
POWHATTAN SPRINGS. Narure'4
crystal beverage is man's drink,
1794 North Ave. Phona 1042-3
Tailors
L. E. NUNNOLD, 193 ffalrflela Av
Theatres
LYRIC THEATRE, 1423 Main gf,
Phone 4611
POIiTS THEATRE, 89 Fairfield Ave,
Phone 874
Typ'ewriting-Multigraphing
GEO. N. SEARS, Notary Public, 103
Meigs' Building. Phone 922-4
Typewriters
MULLrNS TYPEWRITER Exchange
167 State St. Phone 941
PLUMMER TYPEWRITER El
CHANGE. 156 Fairfield Ave.
Phone 2331
WANT ADVS. ONE CENT A WORD.
63 JOHN STREET
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