THE FARMER: FEBRUARY 5, 1915
Bpo- OLDSMOBILE 1 st
Phone axss $lf350 i
Oakland, it. c a.
" KEDL7 MOTOR TRUCK
n. m. goBU, main ga,
' Sl'fDEBAKKR, '
M , ELM AUTO CO.
, STATE , STBET, NEAR
-Hoke, s ci 'Cabs
EDttASD -r: RHOWa
, VELVET .
170 Camion Street
Automobiles- Stored $5.00
':" per month, vft
Hplland,' near Fairfield Ave.,
Opposite Blue Ribbon Car
riage Co"; '
MuHins , Typewriter 'Exchange1 r
Cor. Mate knd State Sts. Tel.
Alt Makes' for Sate, Rent or - Ex-cnaiuse.'-
Supplies and Repair tag; -:
' ..' " Sand and OravcA
THE 1 EURN3 CO.. ,
' OHY SiVtAUa BASK ' "
59- Main ' - Kaon CM '
tiiUKLaM STONZ, AM Saizea,
" , ; . HOOFING ,
, v : Mepl oM .
. . . .ARTISTIC LASTING
!'taft operated toy pneumatlo cut! in
) -and polishing tool' .
' IICGHES & CilAl'UAN
co siiuTFOBD aventjis '
Phone Connection. B It tf
Hawley, Wilmot & Reynolds f
unaernscrs tm.a JSmMtSKM
No. 188 State St Bridgeport. Ct.
- AH calls, by or nlcbt, Mxrer
ed from office. - George R. ICsrw
Ieyr. 1 13 Wasbingtn Tftrrace;
Edward H. WUmot, 863,Cllitoa
At.; Joba B. Reynolds, 49 Pciiio
IX J. GANNON
AN D ' E" M E A Ii M E Ri
'1051' Broad St.. near Joha
'4 ' -V- 'Phone 3493 i
' "Resiaence, 297 Viae St. r
VTm. . Iiieberum Ss , Son
I , . i Entbalmersr aand -Undertakew .
I ii'i v -Office and Residence ,
I I i H A I N : STREET
! Telephone Connection ,
EOUEKC & ROUIIKE
- i n d -. Embalmers , -
129 MAIN STREET. - Tel. 1061
rallt Answered Day or NiTht
i - .70HN F. GALLAGHEH
j MARGARET fa. GALTjAGllER f
1 ' Undertakers . and -Embalmers
1 ceaped, graduate woman emhlm-
pable of taking entire charge of
fnnerala. Mortuary pallors, cfflce
"171 FAEKFIEIiD AV. Plione 1880
. . ROSLS, VIOLETS
at ta j
2 QUARTS FOR 25 CENTS
V. D. COOK & SON
; 523 Water Street
' N MIXTXTK.K !
A eplend3il Femuila f&cgnilator ta cat
of . uppreased menstruation, delay
n to. colds. III health, or other as
tnral causes; 91.7S for tba wboh
ootflt ' Iad'nly at tbe ;.".
WOMAN'S DRUG STORIS '
79 M.v'a Street - Bridgeport. Cona.
XjtAt Attcinrianf Always Uarw
Daffodils & Tulips, 75c per doz.
JOHN KECK & SON
I ft! Vfl
To Late To Be
PHONK 3290, Jay of Sight AMtomo
biles for hire. Aston Garage.
R tfo 1 S
WANT CD -Everybody to know Mur
phy tlx pointer formerly -of 1A
Congress at. baa located - at 4(7
Berkshire Are. Telephone 278. -
' E 20 tl
"CONTDfENTAIi MOTOE MFG. OO.
of Muskegon. Michigan, want sev
i eral first, class Bullard Boring Milt
operator. k Must - b speedy opera
i tors. , In reply state experience, g
and salary expeoted-" - ' -. I2Seb
MOTOR VAN ; '-;Vc-
II. s. WAKELEE, local and long dis
.... timce . moving,, storage for pianos
and furniture, lowest prices. Phone
547. Offisa 167 Cannon St.
-,,,..;;.- . a 13 tf :
HOLIDAY PRESENTS, all brands of
i cigars, all kinds' of pipes, cigar
holders, cigar oas, tobacco in tin
. and Jars, all cigarettes. Newspapers
' and magazines. Eckler & Co., 12'24
Main St., near Gold St. H 24 tf
TRUCKING, COAL AND WOOD.
FURNITURE REMOVED, teamwork,
horses sale and hire, coal and wood.
I Portable power for sawing wood or
'other purposes. ' JohB D. Dixon, 125
i Evergreen St. Tel. 4856.' T5 tf
JOHN A KEIiliER, D. C.i Graduate
Palmer ' School ' of . Chiropractic),
Located 4 years In Bridgeport. Tel.
1367-2. Consultation 'Free. OfMce
Hours: 9 to 12 ra.i 1 to 4 p. m.; 7
i & p. m. : Vr: Q 22 dj t
Wanted To Buy
W A NTET) ' TO ; BUY Second hand
clothing. : .Send - postal, ' will call.
Tale Misfit. 688 Main St.
, I 28 a8p
WANTED -To buy all . kinds of seo
ond hand furniture, j Geo. F, To
. tarns, Redfield's old stand. 44 Har
rison St. Telephone 2544-2. , .
': - ' .P 10 tf
WANTED TO BUTT . men's second
hand clothing and furniture. Mrs.
. C. Meyer, 1447 Main St. Tel. 2852-2.
i; '. ., s 6 88
WANTED To buy " all kinds of sec
ond hand furniture. Geo. F. Totams,
Redfields old stand, 43 Harrison St.
Tel. 1016-2. U 13 tf
WINTER 1914-15 . ,
i't . - TEA.VEL.: ;;:;':;:.;-t
; Marsters ' Travel la Ready
- Three tours under escort, Jan. 11,
Feb. 8 and March 1. Independent
tours by sea and land. " - -
To San Diego and San Francisco
Kxpoeitsions. Mid-winter tours un
der escorf via- Southern Route.Feb.
11. March -11'. ' Spring tours via
Grand Canyon -of Arizona and To-
Semite-, Valley. This book sent free
upon request to any address. ;
GEO. US.- MAKSrjfiKS, inc.
248 Washington St., Boston ,
; , 1246; Broadway, New York
Put ; your fears 'in- the back
ground and make just one visit to
my. office and 1 will convince you.
that dentistry, as I practice it, is
painless. ; . Absolutely painless-
Don't be sceptical Let me prove
it. - . : . ; , ;
Times 'Are Biard and I Have Cut
My Prices to Meet these Conditions
I realize that just now money la
scarce and that many of us have to
make- a dollar go a long ways and
it is just such times as these that
you must appreciate .what values
I am giving in High Grade dentai
service. No where else can you
obtain the -same quality dentistry
as I give, .for double the fees i
charge and. remember my methods
are absolutely painless. .
Best Set Teeth '
Gold Fillings v!; ;.,$2 up
Gold Crowns ....... 4.SO
Porcelain Crowns S4SO
Bridge Work t , ... $4.50
"No charge .for consultation
- 9 A. M-. to 8 P. M. -Sundays
; DR. H. E. AD AIMS
IS FAIRFIELD AVENUE
. ''PHONE 4573 t .
Saal Building, Below Plaza Thea
tre, Opposite Atlantic Hotel
'Dental Nurse In Attendance ,
Take Elevator .
is very ' annoying and ' Is generally
caused by a disordered stomach.
CERTILAX, "The Certified Laxative,"
gets at the cause and removes it.
CERTILAX acts gently but firmly on
the bowels and liver, , ' stimulating
them to natural action, clearing the
blood and purify ng the entire system.
They do , all., and more than Calomel
and other harsh cathartics do with
out any bad after effects. CERTILAX
contains nothing of a harmful or ha
bit forming nature; they are made af
ter the favorite formula of a specialist
of-New iTTorkCity and have-been se
lected as the best by more than five
hundred physicans in New, York, who
prescribe them regularly in their prac
tice For sale at all drug stores, or
sent direct on receipt of price lOo,
26c, 60c. . Curts Chemical Co., 117 E.
14th St.. New York.
WHEELS HUM WITH
JEW TRADE ORDERS
(Vincent Cooke in the New York
Willimantic, Conn., Feb. 5. Ernest
P. Chesboro, a member of the lower
house of legislature- from Windham
county, understands industrial condi
tions in his own town and the nearby
territory about as well as any man
This is a mill center and the pros
perity of the shopkeeper is measured
by the activity or idleness of . the
workers. There is no denying that
Willimantic and the two Windhaxns
have felt the pinch of hard times, but
a rift in the clouds of depression Is
visible and everybody is hopeful.
. "The spring will bring . things back
to normal," said Mr. Chesboro, "and
all the indications' point to s a bet
ter . demand for the product ' of i the
mills, and consequently an increased
output. If' the war keeps on for a
long time, no living man, can tell the
final outcome, so far; as 'conditions
here are concerned. ,
'This district does not benefit from
the sale of war supplies, 1 because
none are sold. Our. banks are sound i
and are, greatly encouraged, by the
hopefulness and; courage of the peo
ple. : In this region we overcome dif
ficulties if there is presented the
slightest chance." , . . .
Working Forty Honrs.
if The American .'.Thread Company Is
the principal Industry here, and when
running full time it employes twenty
four hundred ' workers, One of the
signs of a return' to. normal condi
tions referred to . by Mr. Chesboro
was the adding last week of one day,
making forty hours of labor in the
six days, compared with thirty-two
hours during- the dull period.
.' The "Willimantic Machine Company
increased its working time to fifty
hours in the latter part; of January.
While this is not a big .plant, rela
tively speaking, the renewed demand
for its products is significant. , ..,.-;
The Rossie Velvet Company em
ploys 125 hands. Its . business has
not been interfered with materially!
The mill is running full time, and
with good prospects for an increase
in trade. The Vanderman Manufac
turing Company is running full time.
The Holland Silk ; Company is run
ning forty hours a week, although the
probability in the early fall was that
it would be reduced to half time or
even less y ' ' '- v;
There is no little satisfaction over
the fact that the Windham Silk Com
pany has been running full time for
the last four weeks. n This mill has
200 hands; , . ' .-". ,
" Resumes Work,,.
The Quldnick Windham Company,
manufacturers of cotton ' sheetings, is
one of the most important Industries
in the town. It had been closed down
altogether, but is now workings forty
hours a week. - This Is a big concern
and.-employs between 800 and 1,000
operatives. Its idleness or activity
is a serious thing for the shopkeeper.
- Over at South Windham the big
ifiachine shops have been" feeling the
effects of the warJn. a- falling off of
orders for- paper' mill and laundry
machinery,, but 'the-. period of slack
W6rk has passed; apparently, for : the
20.0 ihechanlcB are - putting in forty
hours a week. C.; R. Harris, manu
facturer of jewelry, is not getting -any
orders from the war zone, but his
fifty employes are steadily ' at their
tasks. 1 :
In North Windham, L. M. Harston
& Co., who deal in silk mill sup
plies, have a stack of orders and are
on full time. -,- , .
LIVE STOCK MARKET
New York, Feb. : 4 Common to
prime steers sold at' $7.26 $8."70 ' per
100 Vbs.; oxen at $5.10 J7. 60; bulls
at $5.50$7; 1 extra bull at S8; cows
at $3-.503S6.86. Dressed beef 11
14c. for city dressed native aides.
Common to choice veals sold at $9
$13 per 100 lbs.; culls at $7 $8.50;
barnyard, calves at $6 $6.25; good
yearlings at $5.75. Dressed calves, 15
19 l-2c. for city dressed veals and
1216. l-2c. for country, dressed.
Common and medium sheep sold at
$4$5 per 100 lbs.; medium -to choice
lambs at $ 8.50 $9.40. Dressed mut
ton 9 llc, with -4 dressed wethers
selling at 11 .1-2 12c..; dressed lambs
at 12 14c; bog dressed at 1 l-2
15c; country dressed hothouse lambs
at $7$8 per carcass.
TO HELP OTHERS
ByTelling HowLydia ELPink
ham'e Vegetaole Compound
Restored Her Health:
Miami, Okla. "I had a female
trouble and weakness ' that annoyed
me continually. . I
tried doctors and all
kinds ox mecucina
for several years
but was not -cured
until I took Lydia E.
ble Compound. " I
hope my testimonial
will help other suf
fering women to
try your wonderful
M.R.Miller, Box 234, Commerce, Okla.
Another Woman who has Pound
Health in !LydiaE. Pinkham's
Ldndsborg, Kansas. Some years
ago I suffered with terrible pains in my
side which I thought were inflammation,
also with a bearing down pain, back
ache, and I was at times awfully ner
yous. I took three bottles of Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and
am now enjoying good health. I will
be glad to recommend your medicine to
any woman Buffering with female trou
ble and you may publish this letter. "
Mrs. A. L. Smith, R. No. S, Box 60,
Iindsborg, Kansas.' 1 '
If you have the slightest doubt
that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta-
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to liydia E.PinkhamMedicineCo.
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-and the Worst
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i FKHTEB- AND
Jy7?&A YOUR MfiH5&t,
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LAKE STEAMSHIP . , . ,
.- ' SINKS IN ICE JAM.
Other Vessels Endangered by Heaviest
Pack in Recent Years off Cbl
caro Harbor. ;
'.'V. . 1 '.;'--;"s;' l
r Chicago, HI.,'.. Feb. ;, K. The lake
steamship , Iowa, of the Goodrich
Transit' Company, sank In Lake Michi
gan today after she had been crushed
in what Is declared to have been the
heaviest Ice Jam seen in the Chicago
harbor tn recent years. The point
at which the vessel was lost is about
three relies off the river mouth. -'
The crew,, numbering seventy,1 and
the one passenger. clambered over the
ice pack as the vessel ' 1 settled . and
struggled over the hummocks to shore
Some reached the government break
water and were rescued by tugs, and
others landed at different points along
the shore. , .: ;
The vessel valued at $16O,"00, car
ried a. miscellaneous cargo from $50,
000 to $75,000 In value. Officials of
the company said it was fully insur
ed. y V - '' ('r'r' - ' "''' ;'f.-v' ; : ' '
- Three other lake steamohips, the
Racine, the Kansas and the Arizona,
are said to be in grave danger.
TURN YALE MOTTO
' INTO "BLASPHEMERS."
New Haven, Feb. " 5. Many1 Yale
alumni associations which have repro
duced the university seal on station
ery will be surprised to i learn, that
through carelessness of ' artists ' the
Hebrew "characters '- -of the "motto
"Light and Truth" have been made
to read "Blasphemers and Farmers." 1
..The Yale Alumni Weekly says the
artists failed to observe the distinc
tion between two Hebrew characters.
The Weekly prints a reproduction of
the correct characters that mistakes
may be corrected and avoided.
DAILY DOINGS OF
C. 1 1. S. STUDENTS
- The- girls' (basketball team will
leave on the 11:40 train . tomorrow
morning for Naugatuck where the re
turn game with the ' Rubber Town
lassies will be played. When the
Naugatuck damsels made the trip to
Bridgeport1 they succeeded in garner
ing; the laurel but the- B. H. S. maid
ens expectto return , from the valley
tomorrow ' with ' ' their " " opponents'
scalps. . At any rate the game should
be close - and exciting, as there la
plenty of feeliner existing between; the
contending teams. -
The -ranks of the Junior class have
been swelled toy the addition of Alex
ander Nashmany to the register.
A special meeting of the' Junior
class was held this noon in room 18.
Norman Goddard '17, has resumed
his studies after confinement to his
home by illness. , ,
William Pratt, '16, is -carrying his
right arm in a sling a the result of
a bad fracture sustained in a recent
accident. ' It will probably be several
weeks before he is aiblo to use the
injured member. ' .-'
A delegation of high ' school fellows,
members of the Hlnkee Dee club, will
attend the dance to be given this eve
ning 'by the Kazona club of Green
wich. " . ,. v ,- .. . i' . I
Harry Denny, 16, -and James Ric fe
ar '17, were members of a party
that witnessed the matinee perform
ance of "Twin Beds," Wednesday.
The rehearsals for . the minstrel
show will begin the first of next week
at which time the tryouts will be
Don't forget the basketball game
tomorrow afternoon at the Boys' club.
The biggest game of the season and
you should be on hand to lend as
sistance ; to the team by your cheers.
And then the dancing afterward.
The State Department was warned
by the German 'government that
American vessels should avoid the
north and west coasts of France.
Foremen, fire -bosses, driver ' bossest
and others having charge of employes
of the. Delaware, Lackawanna &
Western Coal Co., Wilkes-Barre, Pa.,
were warned to keep from saloons.
' The . War Committee of Zwiokau,
Saxony, passed a resolution- to decline
the Christmas gifts of the American
people on the ground that American
neutrality in the war is hypocritical.
DaffodiIs-& Vulips, 75c per doz.
JOHN RECK & SOX
Is Yet toC
By Leo Pape
We was eeting suppir to-day, and
I startid to think of my flzzeology les
sin, and I Bed,, Pop, do you no wat the,
esofaguss is? :J ' ' ;;"
I ust to no, . but I havent red eny
travel books for yeers, sed Pop.
Its the canal -that leeds awl the
way from yure mouth to yore stum
mick, I sed, .
Now, Benny, thares a time and a.
place for ewrything, sed my sister
Gladdis. , , ; .
' Serteny thare is, . and yure using
yure esofaguss rite now, I sed. '
Fathir, will you make nim stop, sed
Gladdis. ',;.' ;. ,-'.; -...-.- '
Benny.' sed pop, by speshil request
yc u will kindly omit the' esaf oguss
from yure lecture course for the pres
ent. ''-"''',?.:; 7 - '-.-
Well,- do you no wat the pperglottis
I sed. . ' ..;."-:
It sowns'as if it rito be sum rela
tion to the uthir wui't sed pop, ' Yes
sir, I sed. ; ', .:.;': .
- . Then for he win "kes ' shut t" up
about it, sed Gladdis' ' - ' .
Its a littel trap door like, at this
end of the esofaguss, I Bed,- and ev
vry time you swallow enything . the
epperglottis has to open ferst and let
it into. the esofaguss, and If the epper
glottis dident open it woodent go
down.; ; ... .. 7 -
', Farthir, awl this tawk about insides
is duskustlng sed Gladdis.
Benny, I guess we can eet without
kure kind assistants, so desist, sed
Wich I did.
Only its troo Jest the
POINTS OF INTEREST.
Radford B. Smith's after inventory
purchases are now arriving, and many
new goods will be found at this week's
Saturday Sale. Bridgeport people
know-wel? the saving they make toy
attending these sales.- Adv. . -
Novelty .Musical BUI.
Announcement , that the ' McEnelly
Singing Orchestra is coming to Bridge
port again Monday evening next and
will appear In concert and play for
the' dancing at the f Colonial Ball
Room in -Fairfield avenue that even
cannot fail to be pleasing to the
many musio and dance lovers of the.
city. During the evening the orchestra-wiir
render a program of all
of the latest - instrumental and vocal
hits, will vary the selections to give
equal opportunity to thase who pre
fer the older waltzes and "two steps
to the modern dance, and will also in
troduce quartet work with xylophone,
Saxophone, brass quintet and trio, as
well as- various combinations of voice.
The music of the McEnellys is always
first class and has a distinction of
its own, a snap, and manner which
makes it particularly delightful to
dance to. Admission is at the old po
pular figure, a good : time is assured,
and you are cordially Invited to at
tend. - ' ' ; ' - - .
' A freight train and 'half a mile of
track of the Kanawha and Michigan
railroad near Charles, W. Va., was
swept into the Kanawha river by a
landslide. ; There were no injuries.
A CLEAR COMPLEXION
Ruddy -Cheeks Sparkling Eyes
Most Women Can Have.
Edwards, a Well
Dr. F. M. Edwards for 17 years
treated scores of women for liver and
bowel ailments. 'During these years
he gave to his patients a prescription
made of a few well known vegetable
ingredients mixed with olive oil, nam
ing them Dr. Edwards Olive Tamets,
you will know them by their olive
These tablets are wonder workers
on the liver and bowels, which cause
a normal action, carrying off the
waste and poisonous matter that one's
If you have a pale face, sallow look,
dull eyes, pimples, coated tongue,
headaches, a listless, no-good feeling,-all
out of sorts, inactive bowels,
you take one of Dr. Edwards' Olive
Tablets nightly for a time and note
the pleasing results.
Thousands ' of women, as well as
men, take Dr. Edwards' Olive Tab
lets now and then Just to keep in the
pink of condition.
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets, the
successful substitute for calomel 10c
andSac per box. All druggists.
The Olive Tablet Company, Colum
'dJ- Engraved,.-; i . l
Hrst-IrMgepori National Seej
CORNER MAM AND BME STREETS
EIGHTY FIRST DIVIDEND OF THE
MECHANICS & FARMERS SAVINGS; BANK
A dividend at the rate of four (4) per cent, per
annum has been declared by the Directors of this
Bank for the six-months ending December 31st, 1914.
For the convenience of our de positors, this dividend can be drawn, if '
desired, after December 25th
. ;'-. ' ' (Signed) , r r . ... '"'' ' ' ;
' . LYMAN S. CATLIN, Treasurer.
PEOPLE'S SAVINGS BANK
The 100th Consecutive Semi-Annual Dividend has been
declared by the Board of Trustees at the rate of FOUR per
cent, per annum, payable January 2nd, 1915, on all deposits
not exceeding $4,000. And at the rate of THREE pep vcent.
- on .the excess over $4,000. ; .
This Dividend Is Declared Upon $6,737,220 Deposited
On 14,332 Accounts.
Deposits Received From $1 to $1,000. In Any
' Calendar Year. ;
START AN ACCOUNT WITH US T09AY
CORNER OP MAIN
The 144th Consecutive Semi-Annual Divi
dend has been declared at the rate of 4 "per
cent. ' per annum on all deposits paj-able on .
and after January 2, 1915. V
A SOUTHERN TRIP
WILL DO TOU A GREAT DEAL OF
GOOD. ENJOYMENT AND PLEAS
TJKE SURELY AWAITS YOU
'An occasional trip will do any person
a world of goodU Eepeciallly is this
true of a trip South and to" Florida via
the Clyde and Savannah Liues. Then
again the many: side trips from the
principal cities are Interesting. " We
can give you all desired information,
secure your staterooms tand sell you
tickets.' ., '. ' -
( ' :;- AGENTS
Telephone 116 BANK ST.
fv want - the Mm o. every p.
sou everywhere who Is suffering wltl
rheuaaatlsmv so we can ei him a
free sample bottle of Hill a Hheu
matle Remedy. We don't care how
loo . or how severe be has bad It. a
there are very few eases that have
not yielded and been thoroughly ear
ed with It. - It works at once. In
twenty-tour hours it stops the ps-ta.
Don't take our word for it test it a
cur expeiura. This is not a new na
tried thine For twenty-five years tt
has been regarded by physicians as
Dractloaltr the only certain treatment
for this terrible disease. ;
Over 10,000 Testimonlala nke These (
Mr. a M. Ehlers, Seety. Grand
Lodge of Mason of New York City
writes that, "Although a sufferer
from rheumatism for many years,
two doses stopped all pain and one
bottle cured me." - v
Mr. A. Goldman. Victoria. Texas,
says: "I am very well pleased with
your medicine; am recommending it
very highly. It has done mora for
me than anything I have ever tried.'4
Marshall F. W. Cieraty. ot 0 Man
hattan St., New York, says: "I hava
suffered with rheumatism tor many
years, have tried almost every known
remedy but got no relief or cure un
til I took yours. In forty-eight hours.
I was entirely cured and free from aU
pain. I send this unsolicited."
Hill's Rheumatic Remedy is on sale
at most drug stores at $1.00 per bot
tle. One bottle generally effects a
complete cure. Call or send for free
ample bottle and booklet at once.
There is no greater service you can
perform for humanity than to tell
any rheumatic sufferer about this
wonderful preparation. Address: Hill
Medicine Co., 117. East 84th St., New
York, N. Y. -
AGENTS WANTED EVERYWHERE
Good Men Make $10 a Day on Our
Preparations. WRITE NOW. Adv.
Farmer Want Ads, lc a
824-926 MALN STREET
AND STATE STS.
For forty-nine years we have ben
conducting business at the same old
location, corner of - Main and Jolm
Streets, Brldweiport, Conn., and our
Private Ban! has ' been established
there continuously. We have received
and paid out on demand without no
tice millions of dollars of money de
posited with ua and we continue to
receive money subject to depositor's
check at sight, on which we allow
three per cent, per annum, credited
to each account monthly. We solicit
the accounts of individuals, business
men, firms and corporations, and nil
who want a bank account where they
can deposit money, checks or drafts,
and leave it for one day.ono week, one
month or one year, and draw interest.
We give to the business our cftref ul
personal -attention as the oldest, firm
of private bankers in this- state.
T. Lu WATSON & CO.
IT IS APPARENT
to all m-ogressive business men
that payment by ' check Is the
safe, economic and convenient
way to pay.
Your checking account, large or
anralk Is cordially invited.
JAMES STAPLES is CO,
189- STATE ST, Bridgeport, Coon,
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Tp Rent For the season, 4
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63 JOHN STRESS
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Start Saving Now.
107 WALL STREET.
, NATIONAL BANK
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