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BY WALT McDOUGALt
JT ia ESTIMATED THAT LIGMT J
I 16942 MILES POX SE.COWEJ,
TntRtroR, IFAMOVS.V SHOW CPEwCD
ami srRROUS TON GHT IT r-1
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WANTTP TO BIT
RNITUKK Second har.d wanted
a buy. All kinds. includlug stoves.
lean. Durum cnrpets. rtiicnn.
ah pries paid. Jasmin, i
.me Pt. Tel. Hr. toia air
KNTF.n TO BUT all kinds of ee-
nd hand furniture. Oeo. . To-
.rr.a, K.dfl'M's old srand. 41 Har-
m t. Phone 10'6-I. u-Ji-ti
.l.IAHLhl rUKNITlME CO. 9W
nd hand furniture bought and aona
tuve reDfkirtna: also blTV lunk. W4
hmr bast prtoea. 7M Kaat laio fc
h"ne Bar. H7ail
K.N1TUKH ot all kinds. We p
n price. r. 1 . uniiina, ewww
r to Bcalley Broa., 40 6 Sta-te St.
: PAY highest prloea for aocond
and furniture. we tu? ana
turnntetna Furniture Store.
tate St. Pnmum 2219-11
WIXOOW Jr. N li
rrMHt'KOH Wlndorr Oleanln Co,
V.Kibner, rop. Wlnoowi waauea.
run oloaned. tloora axi-ubbed; la
Indotv. WaU JSt. br. nsti-.
SOMEBODY'S STENOGMiss O'Flage s Fond of Jimc
Copyright, 1919. by Public I-eder Co.
cm the Far
VJHAT A VOICE!
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but doajt stop
MY ACCOUNT ? TLT
YOU WANT u buy or eell bust neat '
nd mve monflr ae A. oowman.
l NoMe 61S. AtlM
L.V. MisrtT CWTH1NO CO.. pyi
iKheat prlcea lor cent s aecsna
and cloviilna. bedd. nostaJ, will
nil. 6 Main fit. ltf .
NOMT eaxpet and rug cleaning.
'.Jock wood. Kindling, lire ymuw ;
vood for wile. . HaKrht. 145 :
Vyn Bt. Hnrnim E6. Raajp
Wanted for Cash
rtatvriT .1 fr-MnnltitM n t all kklndaL
trnoe furniture. atocK oC irooas and
ought le oe quote yoo price U-
ou have anytruna; to wu.
nn. Brldgnport Auction Malae CXx.
Cash or Credit
( i . iivHitre. run beda.
prlnira, tablpe rocklna; Morrti and
. V, b n iJia 1 rM nWtUMIL chit. aJld
L-laMware. ntU im a.aaea. Roir all-
erwaxe. e"o. tJaoi ana innpoci our
jock. Helllna; at be-nrain pnjes.
rma to ault. Uiida-eport Auction
al.-e rn. 2Hd FHIrflVId Ave. R
STATE OP OOSVECTKTT,
DISTRICT OF BniDCLTOKT, 98.
I'KOBATB COT CT,
May 27. 1919
Kstate of Caroline Iayton, late of
the town of Trumbull, In said dis
The Court of Probate for the Dis
trict of Bridgeport hath limited and
allowed six months from the date
hereof for creditors of said estate to
exhibit their claims for settlement.
Those -who neglect to present their
accounts properly attested, wlthiu said
time, will 4o debarred a recovery. All
persons indebted to said estate are
requested to make Immediate pay
WALLACE O. TAYTjOR,
145 Harre.1 Ave. r4s
TODAY'S WANTS t
itTAJU.B AND PERMANENT gir
!. storehouses, workshops, holler
Dunes, bulldinits for smelting- and
eat treating, shore cotina-ea. ercc.t
1 q-uiokly of wood or steel. An
nor Cormgatlna- f Jonstructlon Cn..
OS Security Building. JJarnum 111.
ATRICTB ST.. Jl. off Read St.. East
:nri, new cottAge or two family;
anh payment: halnnne monthly,
Ammn 27 Fairfield Ave. RSp
STATE OF OOSNFCTICIT,
DLSTKICT OF ItRJIXJKI'tUtT, ss.
PliOliATE tOI RT,
June 2, 191
Estate of William E. Finn, late om.
he town of Bridgeport, in said dis
The Court of Probate for the Dis
trict of Bridgeport, hath limited and
allowed six months from the date :
hereof frr creditors of said estate to I
exhibit their claims for pettlement. J
Those who neglect to prcpent their
ecoounts property attested, within said
time, will be debarred a recovery. All
persons indebted to said estate are re
quested to make immediate payment
TIIOMA3 F. F1XN.
201 Harrat Avenue. D4sp
rIBS WANTED" to mAke insoles at
nme evenings: II per 1.000 pairs.
Who card addmtung and labeling.
"o experience required. Enclose
l'amp. Address Insoles, care this
YIOR Information wanted of
ri" Delia F. Taylor, or relatives,
esltled at Mnford In 17. Address
Veleon H. TunnlclifT, Attorney. 115
Xrimimy, New Yl I)4lp
AN'l'lJ Man experienced in eet
Inx ut blanking tools. Apply The
r.Varner Uroa Co. D4
VN'TED a young' fresh certified
leeeey row, 1 s. ntlllmnn, Kasco
(Hl.SouthpoTt. Phone 71-12. Fair
SALES REPRESENTATIVE A
arge establtshsd manufacturer, na
lonal advertlwer. needa a reaponsl-
rle energetic man to 'tpreeent them
n this territory. Glve'banic or bus
;ss references, aetllng experience
'. any. E. C. Powers, 460 Fourth
lve., Kew York city. B12tf 2 4
fTB OF ROOMS PVlvate lavatory.
hewly decorated; also large front
oom; good home taoie. Hiunrei
rvriirtland Hill. D4tp
AI TO RAPIATORS
NNETT BROS., miiwienrs to the
4berty Auto A Fender Works,
tadlators repaired and put In or-
ler. Fenders, hoods, mufflers, gas
anka repaired or made, af0 Htrat
nrd Ave, cor. East Main St. Noble
state of coyytxTnciT,
msnucT of bridgepokt, as.
May 28, 1919
Estate of Thomas Friend Vose late
Estate of Nellie Hrennan, late
of the town, of Bridgeport, In said dis
The Court ot Probate for the Dis
trict of Bridgeport, hath limited and
allowed six months from the date
hereof for Creditors of said Estate
to exhibit their claims for settlement.
Those who neglect to present their
accounts properly attested, within
said time, will be debarred a recov
ery. All persons Indebted to said
Estate are requested to make Imme
diate payment to
MATTIE FRIEND CLARKE,
ELIZABETH F. HARTSHORN.
Care Charles M. Oerdenler,
77 Elmwood Place, City. R3sp
Sewing Marhine Operators on
one and two needle sewing
machines, 8 hour factory. flO"1
THOMAS P. TAYLOR CO.
James' St. and Harral Ave.
; Women Wanted
,One, two and three needle operators experienced
pn seaming, joining, stripping and otner Uorset ana
brassiere operations. .
A few beginners will also be placed on these oper
ations and other general corset vrork.
Apply Employment Office
; THE WARNER BROS. CO.
lUtST 11ALF YEAIl OF AP11011
Exports of finished manufactures
from the "United States in the half
year following the close of the war
are three times .1 much in value as
in the corresponding period preceding
the war. A compilation by The Na
tional City Bank of New York shows
that the value of finished manufac
tures exported in the six months fol
lowing the signing of the Armistice
(November, December, January, Feb
ruary, March, and April) aggregated
$1,161,000,000 or an average of
$193,000,000 per month while the
exportation of finished manufactures
in the fiscal year immediately preced
ing the war averaged but $61,000,000
In the six months since the war
for which figures are now available,
finished manufactures have been go
ing out of the country at the rate
of $6,300,000 per day, while in the
year before the war they went out at
teh rate of about $2,000,000 per day.
In the" other group of manufactures,
classed as "manufactures for further
use in manufacturing" there has also
been an increase but not as great as
in the class "manufactures ready for
consumption." Of the group "man
ufactures for further use in manufac
turing," the exports since the war
have averaged about $2,600,000 per
day, while in the year preceding the
war they averaged about $1,000,000
This growth in the exports of fin
ished manufactures has occurred es
pecially in the movement to South
America, Asia, Oceania, and Africa,
all of which are large consumers of
manufactures. In fact, manufac
tures form over 8 0 per cent, of our
exports to South America and Asia,
90 per cent, of those to Oceania. 6 8
per cent, of those to Africa, and 66
per cent, of those to North Ameri
ca. Just how much of manufactures
has been sent to the respective Grand
Divisions since the c lose of the war
or the actual per cent, of . gain to
each Orand Division or country can
not now be stated, but It is a fact
that the total exports to South Ameri
ca, of which manufactures form over
60 per cent., amounted to $220,000,
000 in the half year following the
close of the war against $125,000,
000 in the full year preceding the
.war, the total exports to South
America since the close of the war
"raving averaged $37,000,000 per
month against less than $11,000,000
per month in the- year preceding the
war. To Asia, the exports in the
half year following the war are $340,
000,000 as against $113,000,00 In the
full year preceding the war, being
thus six times as much per month
since the war as in the year which
immediately preceded the war, and
it must be remembered that manu
factures form 80 per cent, of the to
tal exports to Asia. To Oceania,
where manufactures form 90 per
cent. . of the merchandise sent from
the United States, our exports In the
half year following the war were
$111,000,000 or an average of $18.
000,000 a month as against an aver
age of $7,000,000 per month in the
year preceding the war. To Africa,
the total exports of the half year
following the war are $44,000,000 as
against $28,000,000 in the full year
preceding the war, while to North
America, where manufactures form
about two-thirds of our exports, the
total for the half year ending the war
is $608,000,000 as agalnBt $529,000.-
In the full year preceding the
Troy, X. Y., June 5 With the
graduation of the 1919 class of en
gineers at the Rensselaer Polytech
nic Institute last January, because
of war-time intensive training, there
will be no commencement exercises
at Troy's famous old engineering
school next month, and a novel sub
stitute has been arranged in the form
of a Victory Reunion to be held be
fore graduation day. Graduate en
gineers from all parts of the country
and Mexico. Cuba and South Ameri
ca, together with a number of en
gineering officers who have won lau
rels with the American Expedition
ary Forces overseas, will be in at
tendance at the big Alumni Reunion.
Among the latter will be Major-Gen.
Henry W. Hodge, the former New
York Public Service Commission
er and bridge builder, who recently
returned after serving on Pershing's
The annual pushball rush of the
Freshmen and Sophomore classes
will take place.
Up to date none of the June brides
has shown any indication of willing
ness to exchange her throne and po
sition for that of President Wilson,
John D-, or Mary Pickford.
It is an awful come down from
the glorio"us experiences of victory
to have to descend to celebrating
Rug Beating Week out m the back
yards of Bridgeport.
(GOVtWNJlliXT BOND BANK)
Open a Savings or Check
ing Account at
NEWFIELD BANK AND
1200 Stratford Ave.
4 Interest on Savings Accounts
S21tf 5 18
OVER FIFTY YEARS
3 PER CENT. INTEREST
YOUR CHECKING ACCOUNT ,
think this will appeal to you particularly in view of rmr rim '"-n
over fifty e.jrs in bankine. -We can assnre you of wfc-, e
eondnif of your business, and courteous treatment.
Interest t-rvditeil to noon tints monthly.
Ve would like to toil you about our methods.
Call us on the 'phone or come in and see us.
T. L. WATSON & CO.
CORNER MAIN AND JOHN STREETS
Small Checking Accounts Welcomed 1
r A checking account saves time, money and
E worry and everybody who handles money should
E have one. E
We welcome and appreciate small checking E
accounts and give them the same individu.ti at-
tention .accorded larger accounts. E
' We spare no efforts to make our hanking E
service just what every depositor expects it to be 5
courteous, prompt, helpmul and efficient. E
First-Bridgepori National Bank I
' MAIN AND STATE STREETS I
P. L. Holzer F. T. Staples
139 State St., Eriigcport.
Safe fjpposit Vaults.
T. E. WARREN
Real Estate and Insurance
v 179 Golden Hill St
a-tt TeL 2417
A. M. WOOSTER,
La to Kiamlner U. S. Patent OOloa
1115 MAIN ST.. BRIDOKPOKT.
Send for booklet cm patents
The City National Bank
COR. MAIN ANTD BANK STS.
Surplus and Net Profits. . . 760,000
NATIONAL BANK '
Cor. Main and Wall Streets
' INSURANCE AND
I WANT YOCR HOUSES AND EOTSl
D. R. WHITNEY
8S FAIRFIELD AVE. -19B21tf
Many people have decided that they
must have higher salaries, as they
need the money to lose In oil stock
Ice of Purest Quality
The ice that is delivered by us in this city is of the
purest quality, harvested in lake of Northern Massa
chusetts which have been pronounced by leading
Pure and clean, frozen perfectly by the long winters
of those lakes, its quality is superior in every way.
You can use this ice on ymir table with perfect safe
ty. You can drink ice water made from it. You can
serve it in any way you desire with every assurance
Ice Delivery Co.
Mice and Rats
can't gnaw through metal and plaster. Make
your j new home mouse-proof. Sanitation
counts big it. is a keynote to health and
Rigid Metal Lath
Makes Tan' impenetrable barrier to
rodents. You wouldn't want a home
without it at. double the cost of
.this added protection. And, the
cost will be low. Let us tell
you. the exact amount. -
The Wheeler & Howes Co
Phone 344 Barnum 7
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