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THE FARMER: FEBRUARY 24, 1915
11 tr i I M 1005020 YEARS AGO , . Safea From BRIDGEPORT ONE HUNDRED YEARS AGO. WADE & TOTOKD. I -. Han removed to the Store near tlie Toll Bridge, where, they have on hand. Pine and Cherry. HJSfBBR of ati BiiJi i ' IJkevrtsex they " have , for sale SaJt Fish, Molasses. Tea, Sugar, &e, &c. . ., -'-:,'.y;, ' 5 -. The subscribers have bougrht the Sloop Debby-Ann,. -which they intend for the lumber business, to and from the North River; any person. -wish-Ins to have lumber - bought - and broug-ht on freight, . can have it done on the 'most reasonable; terms. 1 ' r WADE & UFFORD. THE SLOOP DEBBY.ANW, ; David TJiTord, master, will - sail fqp CatHkm and Albany,, on or about the 1st of April next. . Bridgeport, Feb. 2S, 1816. STRAT STTFJFP. ' i- Broke into the enclosure of W, Hoyt, sometime in November last, three cross blooded EWES.- The--owner can have; them by proving' proper ty and paylmr charges, Back Rock.' Feb.-20th, 1815. " ' k .... 3 The partnership of Harvey Page & Co., is this day dissolved, by mutual agreement. Those Indebted to said firm are hereby requested to call and settle their accounts immediately. . harvey page, ?;liada Baldwin, v joel goodskll. The business will be continue! by the subscribers- a usual. - They have on haad and for sale, three hogsheads of molasses and a general assortment of groceries. , - .' i FIFTY YEARS AGO. AMxsarooir cox cressto n.vl , - " gESSIOX. The- CoawraujSon, immediately after assembling for the afternoon session, went into an Informal ballot ' for a candidate for Congress. Messrs. Jen nings and Hotchklss were appointed tellers. ' ' ' -. . ! ' INFOSMAL BAXfljOT. Whole number of voters .84 .so WIDitun S. Pomeroy WUliam F. Taylor I M. Sladei ... ,i E. B. Goodsell . .- , J. C Ixramls i i . i i ir W. D. Bishop ., 34 A 3 ... 2 m 1 -1 W. W. Wilson. The oommtttBO then, proeeedttd to a formal ballot. :r" . . ITew and Jltixactivo Designs Now on Display at the ' Only a Stone's Throw From the Main Street " . Ilnlxance to the Arcade ,V',XiMm,;''CIBFUSl ; : ' Casa XMaftrjr tm ITZZYT SPIUNO DESiairS fram'tbe letaAIng factories and Jobhers papers, Crem Sc. a roll up. - TJho best cram. axkje our sue over before yoa decide on your decorating. THE JOSEPH P. C0T7GHXJN COMPANY - " . ' , MLAOTiaiL PAIOTKKS AXI) DBCWBATORS PHCWTE 48t FOR SAPLES SPECIAL PRICES ,W &re offering the balance of all our Ready Trirnmecl .Winter "Flats at very attractive prices; also Ordered Hats with-the. latest and newest styles at popular prices. W. E. HALLIGAN . - C33 HEOAD STBE33T . - ' SPECIAL PICTORIAL 11EVIEU PATTERIIS 3mA Axrinwd Ttmn VSmm Tmtk Tha nw v "and Hm ?3er Empire . ' t.t-a. In any Ton w-ill be . . irwwrflwi alwsd in style If you a- dept tkeae new Vashions. The FASHION BOOK ' FOR SPHIHG . oi the Celebrated PICTORIAL REVIEW V now on sale, also MARCH FASHIONS Costume 6154 15c The above deeisa Misses is Number 6192 J. S. IV03STER & COMPANY GHBGEPOIIT, CONNECTICUT S IT WAS TkeJFUes Of ' &&R$ER FORMAL BALLOT. Whole number of votes Jtfeoessary to a choice .64 .S3 .34 .30 "William S. Fomeroy William BY Taylor . On motion of Mr. Heath the nom ination: of . Mr. Fomeroy - was made unanimous. ".. ; Messrs. Wilcoxson ' and Thompson were appointed a committee of two to wait - upon 'Mr. . Poraeroy, notify him of his .nomination, and request his presence at the hall. ' : '. . The labors of the Convention hav ing come to a conclusion there were loud -calls for E.'r B. Goodsell, ; who took the platform and made one of his vigorous and pointed : speeches which . was received with -frequent outbursts of applause. After speeches from other gentlemen,- the . Conven tion adjourned; with cheers for the; State ticket and the . Congressional nominee.. .i ..i, -. . . .- TWENTY, YEARS AGO. f BASEBALL IN . ENGIiAND. ' 'London,-Feb. 24, 1895. The Base ball association held a meeting today. Chairman . Knowlea spoke at length upon the growth of the association since: its organization as a side nh'ow to "Buffalo Bill's Wild West exiubi tion.v The National Baseball associa tion held a meeting and elected Mr. Francis Lee .of Cleveland, Ohio, president, and Mr. N.. P. Cooke, sec retary. , All of the reports concur in expressing the opinion that there is a healthy - growth of baseball in England.- :.'-. ' .' James Cahill, a butcher employed by Piatt and Ritch," residing at 64) Grand street, is very ill with pneu monia. '.'" ,..'',.' .:.' . . - Andrew Craig, who has been In Europe negotiating for the sale - of the European rights for - the . manu facture and sale of Craig silver' and bronze for. the past six i months, re turned yesterday accompanied by his wife. .' : : . ... : , , ' , , , .-, - ' ' ; , William O'Connor, aged 19, of 168 Helen street, had the middle finger of his left' hand smashed in a drop press this morning at the Wheeler & Wilson factory. '. - f"" v' ' " 's A . '-'''''..'"-.-':'- - - - In the Sacred Heart church yes terday Father . O'Brien announced the program for next Sunday when the church will toe reded! eated. -' In 0 the morning solemn ' pontifical high mass will be celebrated by Bishop Tierney assisted by a score of priests. The K'IKIW " A tOPTECiAXJirf Ma Urn OF FIITE wall papers in tooth foreigm and domestto wall assortment that we ever had to select , 783 EAST MAIN STREET -4 '. Empire Dress Eton Dress ' ' Tom eaxnet eb- tkese, the - ' ether pat- m PATTERNS 9 v Empire Tonic 6179 15c. 1 Skirt 5437 15c. sermon will be preached by the dis tinguished Jesuit orator, . Father Campbell. In the evening solemn vespers will be sung and Dr. Maher, of Milford, will deliver the sermon. S. W. Pyle, '97 and R. S. Hlncks, '97, both of this city, were elected editors of the Tale News last Satur day. The police were last eight notified by E. C. Ford, a Traction company conductor, that Alfred Hurt, a f or-, : mer Traction company employe, to whom he had given a night's lodg ing, had stolen his watch and S25 of the Traction company's money, while Ford was asleep. The money was receipts for fares which he had not yet turned in to the company. Hurt could cot be found. . ... . The dog poisoner has transferred his operations to the North End, and valuable dogs owned by Thomas Car ten and Charles Carner of 210 and 212 North Washington avenue,, and James Gilmore of SO.Wakeley street were found- dead ': yesterday. The poison is presumably - administered upon pieces of raw meat. NEW HAVEN COURT PLAGE FOR HALL 'Hartford, Feb. ; 2 4 The efforts of the two- New Haven representatives proved feeble , against the ' state ' or ganization in the-lower house of the general assembly yesterday, -when a resolution was put through naxmns Major George B. Hall Judge of the New Haven city court, , in concur rence with - the : senate., ' , The ' de mands voiced .by. -Representatives Frederick L. Perry and Edward J. Stanford, each of whom opposed Hall and supported former Judge Samuel E. Hoyt, were Ignored and the reso lution reported' by the , judiciary com mittee was passed.- ,The yea and nay vote was taken tout the clerk's in formal count showed 138 to 9. The defeat was not unexpected, hut the size of the vote in : Hall's favor was a surprise. : The fact that the judgeship came up after a long de bate on the ivil service , bill tended to make the members impatient of debate and may partly explain the overwhelming vote in Hall's favor. - The action of . the house assures Major Hall of . the . place on the city court toench. In New Haven, as col league of Judge John R. Booth, who has already been named, i He will succeed , Juctge .Edward P. O'Meara, who is a Democrat, on June 1, . . . During the debate, , Representative Hyde of Manchester, the: Republican floor leader, made a frank statement that - the contest ' . on : the. -Judgeship was due to a. factional Ught -between the New Haven ; Republican machine and a group of outsiders. ' He men tioned Mayor Frank J. Rice as one of Major Hall's supporters and therefore presumably' as one of the outsiders. ..- .' TRUMBULL Mrs. . Lemuel Patchen, : Mrs. Ed ward Ward,, Mrs. . Daniel iWard. and Mrs. Saimiel Ward, attended the fun eral of Mrs. , Eliza - Patterson, which was held Friday f ronu the home " of her son, John ' Patterson, of Easton. Mrs. Patterson was the sister of Mrs. Patchen. . i - - .-: -"v-" Miss Maud Ward has been 111 for several days. '. - ' A Boy Scout company will be or ganized .Thursday at the town hall. Following are the names of the pa trol : Carlton ' Shepherd, Nathan En sign, Harold Beach, : Addison Thorn ton, Edwin Evitts, Arthur French, and Webster Shepherd. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Slatterly who have been living in Bridgeport return ed Sunday to their cottage on the xait roaa. . ; i Albert Wilson of Daniels Farms has purchased, an automobile. Mrs. ; Nathan B. Curtis of Nichols who has been , 111 ' with tonsilitis Is much improved. . ' ' !-".: Charles E. B 11 ton has staked out a street along the north end of his prop erty. . ' ''". n .-V, Miss Ella Ward and Stanley El- kins of Nichols were visitors Sunday at the home of Miss Ward's parents,' Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Ward. :-.?iV- Ernest. I Fitch or Bridgeport, was entertained Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Linley on the HU1. '..,. ". DEERFIELD & GREENFIEU) Miss Lydla Perry has been spend ing a few days as guest of her sister Miss Sarah J, Perry. ; Miss Emma Ferris is , confined to her home with a severe cold. , Mr. and Mrs. Walter Briggs have returned to their home, having spent a few days in New York, visiting friends. t--- ; Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer N. Pratte and daughter Marion of Holland Heights have returned,;' having spent a few days as guests of Mrs. Pratt's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Wilson. , '.' Mrs. John Jackson who has. been confined to her-fcomefor; -so me.. time with an attack of the grip, is now improving. .-- Miss Ethel Ferris of -Southport has been in town, visiting her;, parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Ferris. ' ' Mr.: and ' Mrs. Martin Hull, Mrs, Henry Whitaker, Miss Marion Whita ker and. Harold Banks have been en rolled in the C. E. society of the Con gregational churchT -, " "-3 Mr. and Mrs'. ' William ' Sherwood gave a dance at their home to a few of their neighbors and friends a few evenings ago. At twelve o'clock re freshments were served. 5 There were over fifty prsent. " Commander John B. Brings, TT. S. N., retired, executive officer of the bruiser Baltimore at the battle of Manila Bay. died fn "Washington. OS Wo increase Let Us Refill Your Fern Dish SOY RECK & SON LITTLE BENNY'S ;-, NOTEBOOK i By Uee Pape 'Say mothir,' pop sed to ma last nlte, yure awlways tawking about the high cost of living getting higher, i well jest think of a reguler ferat class 5 corse dlnnir for 16 sents. . . , Wy, Wlllyum, newlr, sed 'ma. J est think of it, a reguler, f erst class kumpleet, bona ndey, 5 corse dinnir for 15 sents. Jest think of it, I say, sed pop. . s ' s "Wat, 5 full corses, sed ma. , . 6, count them, 5, sed pop, . f erst, soop, 2nd, fish, 3rd, entry, 4th, roast, and-- 5th, dizzert, jest think of. it. Ware, for mersey sakes, ware ? sed ma ! ' Noware, but Jest think . of it, . sed pop, ha, ha, ha, you serteny bit propir awn that wun, ha, ha, ha. . Is that sipposed to be a J oak, sed ma. - Serteny its a Joak, and a good wun, to, sed pop, noware, but Jest think of it, haw ha, ha. By the way, I dropped yure meer sham pipe and broak it to-day, sed ma. ,. "Wat, wat, sed pop awl excited. Jest think of it, sed ma. , . Do you meen to say you can axuil ly sit thare with a strate f ase and tell meyouve gone and bustid my 7 dol lir meersham pipe for whose sake I have -bin poisoning myself with nick oteen for 3 lawng yeera. sed pop. . Jest think of it, sed ma. - Dont make that ldiotick etatemint agen, if you value yure husbind's san it. sed pop, for the luv of 'fragments how did it happin. . O, dont get awl werked up about it, I dident brake yure old pipe, sed ma. . . ' Then wat In the - nalm . of ; Tom Dick and. Harry did you say you did for, sed pop. - i : I sed, Jest think of It, .afterwerds, dident I, sed ma, it was a joak. . A wat, sed pop, and ma sed, A joak, if you can make a joak toy telling a lie and then saying Jest think of it, wy cant I. "';... Good nlte, sed pop. . . Hee, hee, sed ma. . v. ' The wreck of the schooner Eliza beth. Palmer, off Delaware iareaiK-urotsi- miTtir "with the steamer Wash lngtonlan in a collision, was -blown apart toy - the explosion of. twelve mines placed toy a - coast -guar a cut ter.' - .'."- - i '..' What to Do to Get Fat and Increase Weight The Real Cause of Thinness A Physician's Advice ' ' Most thin people eat from four to six pounds of good solid fat-making food every day and still do not in crease in weight one ounce, while on the other hand many of. the plump, chunky folks eat very lightly and keep gaining allthe time. It's all bosh to say that this is the nature of the in dividual. It isn't Nature's way at all. Thin folks stay thin because their powers of assimilation are defective. They absorb Just enough of the food they eat to maintain life and a sem blance of health and strength. Stuff ing won't help them. A dozen meals a day won't make them gain a single "stay there" pound. All the fat-producing elements of their food Just stay In the intestines until they pass from the body as waste. What such people need is something that will prepare these fatty food elements so that their blood can absorb : them and deposit them all about the body something, too, that will multiply their red blood corpuscles and Increase their blood's carrying power. ' . ' , ' ' For. such a condition I always rec ommend eating a Sargol i tablet with every meal. - Sargol is : not, ,as some believe, a patented drug, but Is a scientific combination of six of 1 the most effective ; and powerful flesh building elements known to chemis try. It; is absolutely, harmless, yet wonderfully effective and a single tab let eaten with each meal often has the effect of Increasing the weight of a thin man or woman from three to five pounds a week. Sargol is sold by aL good druggists; everywhere on a. posi tive guarantee of weight Increase or money back Adv. . i . ' To Rent TO RENT Cottage above St, . Vin cent's ' hospital; .hen house and bam; also small farm, for Bale or rent.. J. H. Keenan,. 123 Harmony St. . ' B17 u For Sale FOR SAXiEV Three family house,; lo cated in the best section of the Bast End: Well rented and a good in vestment. D. JR.. Whitney, 1025 Main St. - ' B 19 s FOR SAM- The fine larg-e two fam- ily -house, corner, of William and ' Putnam Sts. A splendid home or investment, ' D. B, Whitney, 102 5 Main St. ' ; ' V B .19 s FOR SALE Eight room house near ly new, every convenience including hot -water heat and fire place, lo cated n the Kast end near the ;. Whiting Co. . and Birdsey-Somers ;'" Co. factories. This is a bargain. D. i R. Whitney, 1025 Main St. --. ' .,' ' . . B 19 s ' FOR SAXjE. r6 0 acre farm, 1 5 min utes' walk; Fall "Village depot; price $2,750. Pease Realty Co., 1024 Main St. B17 f FOR SALE One large old fashioned i drum cole stove, suitable for halls ' or stores at Royal Hotel, - Bridge port, Conn,, U 1 tf FOR SALE. 3 family house, Baldwin street, lot 50x150 feet, $6,500 3 family house. Drew Place, lot 42x145 feet. 2 family house Poplar street, lot 43x135 feet, $4,700 Cottage, seven rooms, Hewitt St. . reasonable. ... Cottage, six rooms, Capitol av enue, ash trim, all . improve ments $3,250 Cottage, six rooms, Harmony St., lot 60x125 feet, ........ $2,200 Two family houses, cottages and build ing lots near St. "Vincent's Hospital at reasonable prices: terms easy. WILLIAM T. MULLINS Real Estate and Insurance. BRIDGEPORT SAVINGS BANK BUILDING. ' Corner State and Main Streets. MutomofeiSs ; yv?; v DirQctory Word APTF!R.riOiI' nT.TiRTWO'RT'L'B Phone 133ft $1,350 R" . - OAKM. R. O. B. . CHEVROLET ' KEUT MOTOR TRTTCK 6TR MBTRO f ARBI'HKTORS STUDEBAKER, ; EXiM AUTO CO.. STATE STREET, NEAR PARK. AVENTXE. 4443 TasJ oxk 3400 Cal)a ED W ARP T. KB. UWH shoe VELVET mx ; , Phone 3123 3 170 Cannon Ctreet rocn stiaraae Automobiles Stored $5.00 ( , per month. .'. "i '. -:":-v':' ': . ',- ; . Hollanji, near Fairfield Ave., Opposite Blue Ribbon Car riage Co. Mullina' Typewriter Exchanse Cor. Main and Stat Sts. Tel. II Makes, for Sale. Rent or Ex change. Supplies and Repairing. ..lAVALIiS Sand and Qniml . THE BURKS Ca v Liil bAVLtus iiVNiw ' IbZ Maim Sh. i lioom KOt iOOlTLNfi m . . - Velepbaaa MONUM EN TS MAUSOLEUMS M. J. KEANE, Cor. lumber St. & Honsatonlc Ave. BRIDGEPORT, CONST. Phone. 1396-4. Phone 1396-4 UT FJONUniENTS ' ' ' 1 AET1STIO LiASTIVQ "t operated by pneumatic, rut' and pollshlns tools HUGHES & CiiAl'MAxN ZOO 8IBATFOBD AVTCJUTJTE ' ' piuane Connectioa. B 19 tr Hawley, Wilmot & Reynolds ! vwemKera ana Jeanpajuuiuss No. ICS State St Bridgeport, Ct. An calls, day or nlirht, answer ed from office. George K. Haw. ley, IIS Washington Kmcw Edward H. Wilmot, 85 Clintoa At.; Jroim B. Reynolds, 4s Paclflo Bt. ' .'. - - - .. M. J. GANNON I PCSERAL DIRKCTOR! AND K M B A- Ii HER , 1051 Broad St-, near John - Thom S49S 297 Vine St. Phone 1239 V7xn.-Iieberuin & Son Embalmers and TJndertalcers - Office and Resldenca , Bl MAIN STREKT Telephone Oonnectio . 1 1 $Hj!itM- Si ROTJRKE & ROTJRKE Undertake ra a n d Embalmers II Calls Angered Pay or Night ElfltSgTihi Hiiff"-Ti rtWtHi n'ln' JOHN F. GALLAGHER MARGARET Ii. GALLAGHER . Undertakers and Etnbalmera - Margaret L. Gal'agher, only li censed, graduate woman emtoalm er and undertaken in the city ca pable of talcing entire charge of funerals. Mortuary parlors, office 1 571 FAIRFIELD AT. Pitone 1390 ROSES, VIOLETS , ORCHIDS - . ; at Hawkins FLORIST. ESCALLOPS 2 QUARTS FOR 25 CENTS W. D. COOK & SON 523 Water Street I Financial SOME CONSIDERATIONS WHICH YOU CANNOT AFFORD TO OVERLOOK THE FIRST-BRIDGEPORT NATIONAL BANK BUILDING thanks to its size, Its location and its prestige and the improved advantage and facilities dne to- the recency of its construction, will be easily the most important commercial structure in Bridgeport. . It is for you, to decide whether or not to give to . your bosbtess the stimulus wrucn tnese conHaeranons tuiora. THE BRIDGEPORT LAND .-., jjMi7J.iAJHi o- fnmaiiats KO.L1 CITED : :;, eGET FIRST DIVIDEND OF. THE 7 MECHANICS & FARMERS SAVINGS BANK A dividend at the rate of four (4) per cent, per annum has been declared hy the Directors of this Bank for the six months ending December 3ist, 1914. For the convenience of our depositors, this dividend can toe drawn, If desired, after December 25th ? . Slsned) . ' ' . V ' ' IIMAN" S. CATXlC, Trcasurea'. , PEOPLE'S SAVINGS BANK MARBLE BUELDING. 924-926 MAIN STREET The 109th Consecutive Sesnl-Annual Dividend has been declared by the Board of Trustees at the rate of FOUR per cent, per annum, payable January 2nd, 1015, on all deposits not exceeding $4,000. and at the rate of xukKB per cent. ' 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 TODAY !T i II II it II '' ' V ' t f "i Srldflepori vSaviigs Baals' CORNER OF MAIN AND STATE STS The 144th Consecutive Semi-Annual Divi dend has been declared at the rate of 4 per cent, per annum on all deposits payrshl on and after January 2, 1915. A SOUTHERN TRIP WHdj DO YOU A GREAT DEATj OF GOOD. EyjOTMENT AND PLEAS TIKE SUKKJUX AWAITS TOXJ ? ? An occasional trip will do any person a world bf good.' Espedallly, is this troe of a trip Sooth and to Florida via the Oyde and Savannaii lines. Then again the many side , trips from; the principal . cities are interesting. ' We can give yon all desired Information seenre your staterooms and sell you tickets, v ' " " - V ' AGENTS - ; : S.Lo8ivilii & Co. Telephone 116 BANK ST. v3 E.IEDIC1NE FREE - W want the -tm . verv . ear son everywhere who is suffering with rheumatism. , so we can eri him a free sample bottle of Hill - Rheu matic Remedy. We don't care how Ion, or how severe he baa had It. as thr are ry few eaaqa that have not yielded and been thoroughly cur ed with it. 't works at onoe. la twenty-four hours it stops the pain. Don't take our word for it test it at ur expense. This is not a new un tried thing. For twenty-five yean it has been regarded by physicians aa practically the only certain treatment tor this terrible fltseasc over 10.000 Testimonials XAtcr, These j Mr. E E Ehlera, Seety. Onnd Lodge of Mason of New York City r4taM th&t. - "Althoush a muff r from rheumatism tor many yeara. two aoses noppw mu chub ana one bottle cured me. Mr. A. Goldman. Vletoriiv. Texaa says: I am very well pleased with your medleine; am recommending it very highly. It has dona more tor me than anything I have aver tried.- Marshall F. W. Ueraty. of 70 Man hattan New York, says: "1 have suffered with rheumatism for 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 e-U pain. I aend this unsolicited." Hill's Rheumatic Remedy Is on sale at most drug stores at 91.00 per bot tle. One bottle generally effects a complete cure. Call or send for free sample 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., Mew vork, N. Y. AGENTS WANTED K V t-VR. V W H tou; (Sood Men Make $10 a Bay on Our Preparations. WRITE NOW. Adv. Farmer Want Ads. Word, 1c a . j AND TITLE CO., Agent i i fi i NOTICE For forty-nine years we have been conducting business at the same ol-i location, corner of Main and John Streets, Bridgeport, Conn., and oar Irivate Bank has been established there continuously. - We have received and paid out on demand without no tice millions of dollars oi money tie posited with us and ' we continue to receive money subject to depositor; 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 at! who want a bank accoiint where' they can deposit money, checks or drafts, and leave it for one day,one week, one month or one year, and draw lntere. We Rive to the business our careful personal attention as the oldest firm of private bankers in this state. T. L. WATSON & CO. WITH EVERYACILIT Y FOR EFFICIENCY and promptness in -handling all bank ing business entrusted to us, we cor dially invito accounts subject to check, whether largo or small. JAMES STAPLES & CO, bankers; 189 STATE ST., Bridgeport, Conn, In Blacli OocIl ; To Rent For the season, 3 room house, fully furnished (arge grounds. ANDERSON u C: 63 JOHN STREET THE CITY NATIONAL BANK Savings Department Pays r A Percent Interest ' Start Saving Now. 107 WALL STREET. THE CONNECTICUT NATIONAL BAIIi: " am BRIDGEPORT Cor. Mair and Wan Ztrt'