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THE FARMER: JULY 9, 1913
GLA VERTISEMENTS- 15 WORDS 15c, 3 TIMES 35c Real Estate to Buy and Sell Furnished Rooms to Rent - Business Men's Exchange SSIFIED FOR SALE i I TO LET j j HELP WANTED j j SITUATIONS 1: 1 1 -For Sale" Advertisements In The Farmer bring ready ( Ta&e down that spotted placard and secure a tenant 1 '" ' MBny men and women call at The Farmer and look ' ' If yon are out of work, The Farmer Wants Ads oneht --I1.- purchasers. Try.oae, yon will be surprise at the tm- i I trnomer In the modern way through a Farmer classl- , i over the Help Wanted Ads. If yon need help Ad- to be of material assistance to you. Head them over i mediate results. '' !' advertisement, verttse. ' i i carefully each day. i . . . ' ' ""' '' " ' HI ToRent ' f -Pnffala . I Merchants TlYrihaWrra I I !' iLl" Today's Wants Ad3 -will be received for this page up to 12 o'clock noon. Those sent in at a later hour up to 2:50 will appear on the second or third page of tM3 paper under the heading, "Latest Wants." FOR SALE. Upright piano in good playing condition. A bargain at J75.C0. Will be sold to first caller. Stelnerfs, 915 Main street, near State. ' P 9 b PIANO FOB SALE. Krell upright in plain ebonized case. This piano has been thoroughly overhauled in our -workshop and is in splendid shape. Price $115.00. Easy pay ments. Steinerfs, 915 Main street, near State. ' - P!b P1AXO FOR. SALE. One has come in wh4i-eon party made part payment and resigned. Anyone can have this practically new piano by pay- in? balance due. Steinert's, 915 Main street, near Sate. P9b PIANO FOR SALE. Excellent up right in mission oak case. A splen did Instrument for a library or den. We have priced this one exception ally low. Call and see it. Steinert's, 91S Main St., near State. ' P 9 b PLATER PIANO FOR SALE. Fine lnstmmrnnt In figured mahogany case. This piano cannot be told ' from new, and is a lifetime oppor tunity. . Price only 8385. Easy pay ments if desired. . Steinert's, 915 Main St., near State. P 9 b Furnished Rooms to Rent : TO . RENT. 605 Warren St 3 fur- - niched rooms, light housekeeping. Call from i M L Tel. 493-2. . ' D 11 a J p ' : . NOTICE. ; All officers of every local union in t the city and delegates of the Central i Labor Union are requested to meet at (Carpenter's Hall. Wednesday evening, July 9. at 8 o'clock. Very Important business. - Per order, . CHAS. STOUT, - - . ". , - President. .. JOHN J. O'NEILL, . Pb . Secretary. MARRIED. I BILL-TAYLOR. In Bethel, June 11. Charles W. M. Bill and Addie M. Taylor, both of Dan bury. ', M"KAY.WIIiI)MAN. In Danbury, June 28, Richard McKay and Miss Nellie Wildman. both of BetheL 1 LONG ACRE-TUCKER. At New York city. June 19, Miss Katherine M. Lonfacre. T iif Lonn CAt-v TCb I ELWELL HORTON. In Danbury. June IS. George T. El well and Miss Daisy Horton. HAWLEr-VACGHS. In Thomaston, July 2. Miss Ella Vaughn and Her bert Hawley of Norfleld. LI G I IT-DA V 1 D S N. In New Canaan, June 30. George T. Light of Stam ford, and Miss Margaret L. Davtd- OB. ElVRT-iuTIiER. In East Orange, 'June 28, Victor Biart of Nor walk, and Miss Dorothy M. Miller. COOPER-LEWIS. In Stamford. July S, Floyd F. Cooper of Westfleld, N. annd Miss Bessie I. Lewis. 3TARNHAM-VANDERWERKEN. In tamford. Ralph J. Kara ham and Miss -Gertrude A. Vanderwerken. ' ll'lara f ft V 'Vt )ol Wants Unclassified the rnsivERsrry school, 8 so Fairfield avenue. Class, group, and private Instruction In" preparation for. the colleges and technical schools. Special advantages in ar- ranging now for next year's work. Summer, school, individual work only, August 4 to September 20. P 8 a 5 WANTED.- Stripers familiar with Japan work. - Apply American . Graphophone Co. Employment Bu reau, Cherry St., City. 11 P7d'o 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 refinished. 1 Prices always reasonable at Strain's Furniturs Stare, State, near Clinton. H5 tf o WANTED.- Furniture, stoves. car pets.' store fixtures, Ac. Tel. 1084, SSlty-Auction Co. 2 Slate St. . G 81 YOC CANT t BEAT Casca-Laxlne tao Uts for constipation. Try them. O 7 FOR SALE. 16 fine large building -lota, 60x100.- north St. "Vincent's hosmital bout two .'minutes walk from trolley, fine view of Leng Is-7 land Sound. Will be sold very rea sonable to quick buyer. ,d dress Richard Shultx. Exeter St H 2 s " pe 4T BOMMOS A State St. Will every day. BXEiTZ MARKET la have Sausage Meat IlStf.o WANTED TO BUY second hand fur niture, stoves, carpets, etc 290 - State St. Phone 910-18. G 8 tf e STOVES RE HAIRED, all kind sup plies, all makes, pipe, grates, bricks, etc. Charges reasonable. 1715 Mala St I 13 ao 1 8 5 tf. AT7TO MOBILES FOR HIRE. Aaron Garage. Phone 829 3. Day or night. RJ'tfolJS NEW YORK BOLOGNA and 'frank furters, home ' made meat loaf, fresh daily. - Pater Hron. 121C Stratford Ave. V 88 Ml I o GUINEA ' HEN. ' ' ducks, roasting sbickens. broilers, f owl. liver Bud ding, sausage- meat, bologna. Bom- ft mitx. au-iiso Lost and Found LOST. White row boat; red "bottom, double set oarlocks. Reward if re turned. Rudder Cottage, Fairfield Beach. - ' P 8 sp ' ' NOTICE. " The firm of Minotti and Grlllo, ma sons and contractors have this day dis banded partnership. The business will be conducted . by Charles Minotti in the future. P 7 sp - POLISH, HUNGARIAN LABOEERS WANTED AT ONCE. 202 JOHN ST. F8 tf I s ay ii i - -i .. I I I ... ' " - . ...ii .1 - mi mm u TO RENT. Nicely furnished rooms. In strictly respectable family. 63 Fairfield Ave. Phone 358-S. U 14 tf. TO RENT. Store. 800 Fairfield a nue, opposite Blue Ribbon Oarage. B I ' tt FOR RENT Rooms for manufactur ing or storage. Gledhill St Co., 421 Water St B "tx TO RENT Nice light furnished rooms to man and wife for light housekeeninr. References ex changed: rent 18.50 DOT week. Ad' dress B. A. W care Farmer. TS Help Wanted WANTED. First class National Acme and Gridley multiple spindle auto matic screw machine operators. Hampden Machine Screw Company, Springfield, Mass.,. P 8 s' WANTED. Young man to learn the . dry troods business. One that is willing to w6rk. Rapid' advance ment and fine opportunity. High ' school graduate preferred. Address Box U. D., The Farmer Office. '- P 8 d WANTED: One hundred laborers to work on the construction of Morris Dam. $2.00 per day. Wood board ing accommodation. No labor trou ble. The Ryan-Unmack Co., Thom aston, Conn. R 81 aj WANTED. For XT. S. ,- Army; .Able- bodied unmarried -men between ages of 18 and 85; citizens of United StSwSes, of good character and tern perate habits, who can speak, read and write . the English language. , For Information apply to Recruiting Officer,. 62 Cannon St, Bridgeport, Conn. : - P 2 Situations Wanted W ANTE D. Position, by a reliable young man. 24 years old. as a col lector, salesman, or any outside post lion. - References. Address R. H. . C, care of - Evening Farmer ot Phone 858-8. A 20 tf I POSITION WANTED. By man cap- . making himself useful at anything. Good ai cgu res ana writing. Ad 'dress C. L.. care of Farmer Pub, CO.. ; T 17 tf WANTED Position In ' Men's d partment .of credit clothing - house. Has had experience at selling, also collecting. sest oz references. . At present employed. ' Address L.L.B, ' carp of" Farmpri . H i il tt WANTED. Position In store or with . tirm with possibilities ot aavauce ment. Would like position as out - side salesman. Salary reasonable , to start. Address J. J., care of Farmer. ; ; ' H 19 tf FURNISHED ROOM TO RENT, weU appointed, electrio, lights,.- steam heat, hot water,, private bath,i prl "ate -phone -if desired, in select neighborhood, Clinton , Ave., - near Maplewood Ave., with private fam- lly. Can be seen by. appointment only. References - exchanged. A-d dress P. O. Box 460. V U 2 S tf TO LET v Refreshment privilege at State Field Day and Parade, Fraternal Or der of Eagles, Tuesday, July 22. 1913. All bids to be addressed Refreshment Committee, Eagles' Hall. Bids to be open Saturday, July 12,. 1913. Com mittee reserves the right to reject any and all bids. . , P7 b 1 3 Personal CARD READER- Advice on an af fairs, 25c. Mrs. Levy 674 Madison Ave., fourth house above North Av. - - ' - L25 tf . ORDER your screen now, antique f ur . niture- renovated, fine cabinet work. Carl A. Schmidt. 120 Cleveland avenue. : R 13 ajp Printers and Stationers DANCE TICKETS, Raffle Tickets, Programs. 'Show Cards, Printed at lowest prices. Best work. Siksay, 83 i Rellley street. ' . U 23 tf 3 GOOD PRINTING AT LOW PRICES, 100 Cards, Statements, Bill Heads, Envelopes, Note Heads, or Circu lars, printed for only 1 2. 00. Siksay. 83 Reilly street. U22tf ' STAR PRESS prints busiriess, cards, envelopes, bill beads, statements, tickets, programs, show cards, cir culars. Low prices, first class work, Jacob Schneider, Prop., 16-18 Kos suth St., corner ' Stratford Ave. Phone 2503-12. Union office. . T3 tf Farmer Want Ads. One Cent a Word. Bridgepopt H-Iraus - , '. - ' - to . New York STR. BRIDGEPORT Inr. Bridgeport. Fairfield Ave. Wharf, week clays, at 8 A. . Returning, Lv. New York week days. Pier 27, E. R 3 P. M, Saturdays 2:00 P. M. Foot of East 23nd Street, 3:80 P. M. Saturdays 2:30 P. M. STR. NAUGATUCK It. Bridgeport, Peqnonnock Wliarf, foot of Union St., dally, except Saturday, at 12 night. Returnlnar' Lv. New - York, Pier 27, E. R., daily, except Sundays, 11:00 A. t. Due Bridge port 3:20 p. M.. . ' 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 Labor Day, Lv. Fairfield Ave. Wharf at 9 A. 1- Returning, Lv. New York, foot of East 22d Street, at 5:30 P. ML -ROUND TRIP FARES To New York, 75c; Children, 40o To New York and np the Hudson, $1; Children, 50c Tickets good only for date sold. Music by the Wheeler & Wilson Orchestra. , THE NEW ENGLAND STEAMSHIP CO. L. B. NICKER SON, Agt. FOR SALE!. Hupp 20 runabout, first class condition. Just overhauled. Call pvAnlnnat Peck's Garage. 625 State street P 7 sp FOR SALE. Piano Combination coal 300 Fairfield Ave. used one year and gas range. - 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. or 180 Kossuth St. D 26 t P FOR SALE Building tots corner Can- nectlcut and Carroll Ave., Holland Ave., and Hoiilster Heights. Win. Broch. 847 Fairfield Ave. S SO tf VIRGINIA RIVER FARM 175 acres. 100 rich bottom, 6 room house, good barn, 1 mile of electric line. 5 miles of Richmond. Only $7,600; terms. Bend for free liat-700 Farm Bar gains. Casselman & Company. Rich mond, Virginia. Bl atP F O R S A LE My Residence, 405 Seaview Avenue T. B.WARREN 29 Sanford Building Out-of-Town Ads ADVERTISING SERVICE Placs your advertisements In tne out-ci- town, newspapers, at the regular rates through Read's Advertising Agency, 210 Connecticut Bank Bldg. - 110 -p Ambulances AMBULANCES Invalid cars and Limousines. Charges reasonable. James T. Rourke, 1295 Main street. Phone 1661. 1 ; D 7 d5 Photography DE V ELOPING of films and plates for amateurs, first class work guaran teed. -Armstrong-Whitman Studio, Park and Fairfield Aves. xa ax- Upholstering VPHOL8TKRINQ, Furniture Repair ed and retlnisned. trices always reasonable at Strain's - Furniturs Store, State, near Clinton, H 6 tf OLD FURNITURE RENEWED, chairs recaned,. upnoistering. uui c. Mai. lins. 826 East Main street. Phone 1045-8. - T7a Financial THE ClTr NATIONAL BANK, United , states uepository uapitai, Z5 0,000; surplus and profits, 3450,000. Frank Miller, President; David F. Read. Vice; President Charles E. Hough. Cashier; Henry B.- Terrlll, Asst. Cashier; Robert A. Ueers. Asst. Cashier. ', THE -"" CONNEOXTOTJT NATIONAL BANK, of, Bridgeport, comer Main and wait streets, ti. w. Baldwin. President; H. S. Shelton, Vice Pres ident; L. H.: rowe, jasmer; x. C5. Camming, A A slstant Cashier. Cap ital, S3SS.100; Surplus and Profits, Lump, $880,000. STTEAMBOATB MERCHANT'S LINE Dally Except Sunday Leaves : New - York, Pier 19. East River, 8 p. m. Due at Bridgeport, 7:SO d. m. Leave Bridgeport, Joy Line Dock, 2) a. in. Arrive New York 1 a. bo. For rartner information and rates apply to J. B. 'ihepard. Agent. Summer Time Table Bridgeport . Port Jefferson Steamboat Co. Steamer PARK CITY Capt. C. E. Tooker. Daily, leav Port Jefferson- a. m. and 4:80 n. m. jBlngle Fare, 75c; Round Trip Tickets, 31. vjooa auy uino uuiiiig me season. Matinee Excursions, from Bridgeport dally 1:80 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 Jeirerson xo sum. ana p.m.; leave Bridyeport 1:30 and 6:30 p. m. Automobile transportation. Geo. M. Tooker, Agent ?-."-..J5:...ji.- .L...... - ,1 Edwin Smith & Co., dealers In runs, fishing tackle and sporting good. get your kvs lu-ta i fa.s1?d' wn mowers sharpened, j" kinds of light repairing done rLf'm. B Gun Store, S6 Wall Street, telephone 4293-3. STENCILS We carry a full line of stencil letters and figures, also make stencils to order. Burning brands, steel and rubber stamps. The ocnweratle Stamp Co.. 41 Cannon St. P 3 d OLD FURNITURE RENEWED.chalrs recaned.upholstering, hair mattress es made over. Qua C. Mullins. 325 East Main St. Phone 2514-3. " : T7 aJ REAL ESTATE, Country Resorts and ail kinds of classified advertlse . nients taken for newspapers every- wnere at the regular rates. Read's , Aavertuing Agency, 210 Conn. Bank Building. R 1 tf STERLING ALE Equal to Bass ale. r JPenta pJSr 5ozen- Bottled by Vr1!' 94 Cannon street Phone a'8 ' G17 tf T," "-f a moderate J"'1? i oniy up-to-date shop " ana aeuver. Tela- . none. 1891. Goodyear Shoe Ke pairing pp., 76 John St. R i and WINDOW SCREENS odd screecs repslr- Sc k"lnd" wood and jpaah. Estimates furnlahari r. man A Co.. 255 Water St. Rl tf 6IOW CASES cigar combination and Klent salesman, store and of fice fittings. Cabinet work of all kinds oesigned and made Hoffman Show Case Co.. 265 Water St :' ' ' " - R14 tt Wanted To Buy WANTED To buy an kinds of second ia"4 furniture. . Geo. F. Totams. Redfield s old stand. 48 Harrison St. Telephone 1015-2. SIS at p I BUY OLD HORSES to kin. Re move dead ones fro of charge any-' where within 25 miles of Bridge port. F. H. Daniels, 2367 Madison Road. Tel. 4387. Lll WANTED To rnr nil lrfn. ond hand furniture. Geo. F. Totams. Redfield's old stand, 43 Harrison st XOE I.?,V"r WANT any old Junk or . afound your premises, hut we want them as we need them i for our business... Sell them to if J?b ?roH- We wlu you the highest price and get them out of way. rrorapt attention end satisfaction Is our record. 55 ICon snth St.. Tel. 286. R6tf Pianos and Musical , Instruments FOR SALE. Used piano of reputable ' make in fine condition. Will sell cheap for cash. Address Piano, care .of Farmer; ' H 28 tf. PIANOS TUNED and repaired by aa experienced factory man terms reasonable. Send postal. Tuber, care of Farmer. H 88 tf FOR SALE House organ, S20;piaao, 3145. Zither, patented deakxo. Will accept weekly payments. Ad drew X. A. M car Farmer. ' - T a.-. PIANOS TUNED ey our own faetor soan. thorough exnerience ud ab solute v satisfaction sruaranteed. f rcone z&ze, wissner . warerooms. jtiroaq maa oiate ; a USED KNABE PIANO, taken In ex- caange - iot piayer. oeautliui tone, perfect condition, will sell cheap for cash or easy payments.- William A. Tomlinsoc. 15 Fairfield avenue, up stairs. Sagal Building. Room 100- Ti tf. WAN TED . T o buy all kinds of seo ond hand -furniture. Geo, F. Totams. Redfield's old stand, 43 Harrison St. Telephone 1015-2. r 14 aSp Barrels BUY AND SELL all kinds of empty sMurvus. mwuiuKiorsue. jsrldge- port nan-el v;o.. ss Beardsley St. 1.11. A26 tl Storage Warehouses STORAGE OR FURNITURE Sepa- ra.K.K3 luuuiH. securely locitea, furni ture and china packing. Furniture ana pmugs removed, large vans, careful handling. Bridgeport Stor age Warehouse Co., 1285 Main St, wur, wuuriHB ot. el. iyc4-i. . Educational cumv AnoinuviioinuiveB by a BT1VA tmtcFimWi juub uuy, terms reasonable. Call or address, 148 Golden HilL 1 ' - - B 20 a I p STUDENTS wanted In practical ad vertising class. Terms reasonable. Theoretical, practical, sclentlflo ani psycnoiogicai advertising !n all its orancnes laugnc jror lull informa tion address Box 450, City. T2 tf Fire Department Inadequate Yon probably noticed this itatement Better think about some insurance hadn't yon? We would rather insure yon here than hereafter. BARTRAM & GREENE Franklin Block. An kinds of Insur ance, Bonds and Real Estate IF YOU HAVE $1,500 to investj where you wish to double your income on a first class two family house,cqme in and see us. Anderson &Co. W 53 JOHN STREET, J Business Directory Save Time. Phone Your Orders Save Time, Telephone Your Orders. They -will receive the same careful attention fromhe merchant whose cards appear herewith, as though you called at their several places of business in person. TJjse this Directory FREELY you will find it great ecrt-venience.v Art Glass BRIDGEPORT ART GLASS CO., IS 8 John St. Phone 1017 Automobile Dealers H. M. FORD Distributor Maxwell Cars and th R. C H. $900. 1887 Main St. Phone 1273 STARBUCK A MATTICE, FORD l OARS, 859 Fairfield Ave. i Phone 4078-8 Automobile Supplies" k. ms. Axno piirrijy on, Let us prove how we can save yon SB to 40 per cent, on your supplies. . 610 Main St. Phone 4260 Auto Tires and . Repairing THE A. L. SCHAVOIR CO 857 FMr- field Are. Phone 1668 CONN. AUTO TTRE CO. Recovering and Repairing si Specialty Mew and second Hand Tires in stock 841 Connecticut Ave. Phone 968 Bakers MRS. HILL'S BAKERY. Bread that . makes a feast of every meal. Ones tasted, never wasted. 155 Wood A v. , Phone 2308 CROUCH PIiASSMAir. Try "Never Knougn Bread." SOI Howard Ave. ,-. t Phone 1667-6 . Beaver Board .-.,- THE A. W. BURRirr CO., Knowlton St. : Phone 606 Bottlers JACOB RUPPERT'S BREWERY. Slfc Housatonio Ave. . Phone 677 WALTER STAPLETON, Lumber St. Phone 1048 Clothing THE SURPRISE Bldg. STORE, Becurlty . rnono 1608 ' Coal ' THE WHEELER & HOWES CO.. Tne, 1221 Main St. Phone 844-8 PEOPLE'S COAL AND WOOD YARD . - Admiral and Carbon Star Phone 63-4 Confectionery C D. LANE, 10,40, Main St. Phone 248 Doctor DR. ALICE L. FITCH, 953. Iranistan Ave., near State St. Office hours: 9 a. m. to 6 p. m. Phone 4821. Druggists - JENNIE HAMILTON PHARMACY. Cor. Main and State Sts. Phone 833 9 ; Employment Bureau BRIDGEPORT EMPLOYMENT BU REAU, supplies companions, moth ' ers helpers, nurse maids and com petent domestic ielp, 670 State St. . Phone 4111-2 Furniture Mover H. C. DEMME CO. If you want your piano or furni ture moved safely give tho job to Semme- 168 Union Ave. Phone 2399 Garages BLUE RIBBON GARAGE, 29B Fair field Ave. Phone 8126 SOULEVARD GARAGE,agenta "Win ton -Cars;" second hand cars also. 245 Conn. Ave. Phone 10l4-2 ELM AUTO CO., 184 Elm St. Phone 1901 WOOD AVENUE GARAGE.10S Wood Ave. Phone 248 GIRLS WANTED CORSET DEPARTMENT Single needle operators and steel stitohers. BOX DEPARTMENT On all kinds of paper boxes. - METAL DEPARTMENT For light foot press work. The Warner AFFliT EMPLOYMENT DEPARTMENT, Gas and Gasoline Engines WALDORF MOTOR & MACHINE O. buys and sells engines and m- chlnery. First claa repairing. 138 Cannon St. Phone 280?-3 I Gowns f- THE WOMEN'S SMART SHOP A little Paris all our own For those who select gowns at home 167 Golden HiU. Phone 668-5) Hotels ADAMS HOUSE, 40-48 Farrfleld Av, Phone 1488 Ice Dealers DENIS SQUIRES, 914 Hoasatenfet Ave. . Phone 28SS Laundries . --- WOOD A V EN VSS-LAUNDRY , . We treat your clothes as otrr ews If you like the idea telephone Wood and Ben ham Aves. Phones -1889-4 Lumber1 "' 1 FRANK MILLER MIMBEB'OeJ S' E. Wash. Ave. . Phone i a Uotor Cycles EXCELSIOR MOTOR CYULE3, 8. T Kellogg. 616 Stats St. Phone 1868 V Nurses Registry NURSES CENTRAL REOTPT71Y AND HOME. Our telephone Is Tn your accommodation, plus expeSi ency and Judicious selection. lt$9 Fairfield Ave. Phone 84 NURSES' WEST END REGISTRY AND HOME, 878 State St. s Phone 8828 Papers, Magazines, Rags DISBROW A LAW. 206 John St. Phone 161S-8 Piano Tuning WISSNER PIANOS, Cor. Srea n Phone 2629 State Sts. Pianos TOMLZNSON, i WM. i IS Falrfleia Phone 2067-4 ATS. Real Estate Agents BARTRAM A GREENE, 164 State Bt, Phone 4591 Second Hand Furniture 1 H. A. JASMIN, 856 State Bt. Call up 1058 and get 10 per cent, more for your goods. Why T Low rent, larger business, quick sales. Shoe Stores S. B. TOTING A CO, 1158 Main St. THE CARTWBIGK1! SHOE CO 9S Main St. , Phone 18SS. Spring Water HIGHLAND MINERAL SPRnra WATER CO. A pure water bill la better than a doctor's bill and less expensive, 445 .Warren St. Phone T POWHATTAN SPRINGS. Nature' crystal beverage is man's drink. 1794 North Ave. Phone 1042-8 Tailors MUNNOLD, 198 Fairfield Ave. L. E. Theatres LYRIC THEATRE, 1428 Main Phone 46161 POLI'S THEATRE 88 Fairfield Ave Fhons 37 Typewriting-Uultigraphing GEO. N. SEARS, Notary Publics, let Meigs' Building. Phone 922-4 Typewriters MXrLLTNS' TYPEWRITER Exchanfra, 167 State St. Phone 941 PLC MM Eft TYPEWRITER Ei tlLAJN 168 itainieid Ave, Phone 23J Brothers' Co. ( ) Corner Lafayette and Grejrfr? Sts. ( 3Sw WANT ADV8. ONE CENT A WORD.