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SERVICES OJb'F.KREP. 1VENEZIA Hhoe Repairing Co. 8tor In It cities; high grade shoo repair Injt. 24sl Halo St.; branch at S Vain St. 'lI4alla SOMEBODY'S STENOG Spending the i00 EonusrA Visit to an Exclusive Shov Z?jy Hay ward Cmsvrlirrit. TfKSO. tr TtiVle leaner r.a. T Wish lr BE IF MADEMOISELLE SIR 1 ???? But - T FhouGhtH So BAisElSAROysedTC-rus JFT?Y "nfbe Shown some (Jowns WILL. ALLOW MS - REASOAUBLV OMLf THAT THE.RE ARE. SOAAE. I Pr?lCE.D? E.F? AADEMOIS6.LCES CARPETS. RUGS CLEANED, scour ed, latest French system Careful Carpet Cleaning Co., 448 Beech wood Ave. Phone Bar. C761-4 ot 2784-14. U17 " P0RCHA3E.S WHERE A LAOV Good -Seajse. - - a . n V-l . IS AlOT WSOLTEo! I BID UNDERSTAWMb I OF VALOE.S M16HT 8E AROUSE.D, DAY : BW THOSE. GOODS FINEST HAT CLEANING Pan amas, Straws, Felt, etc Low nrlcea. Also shoes shlned. Tom Alberto, 1570 Main St.. cor. E. Washington Ave. Rl2al fiRAMb STATEMENT OF OvM'S FlMAMCES 'THE ORIGINAL GOODYER Shoe Repairing; Co., established 13 years, 0 Cannon St. No branches. Fulton Read Black. Prop. Ultf ReCGIVEO FROM Boss Gift TO MOTHER TYPEWRITERS repaired, sold and exchanged. Acme Office Equipment Maintenance Co., Room 411 Warner Bldg. Bamum 6700. R25a 2..so - .Jo - .t-T - (aOO 7..oo 7.8 CMARfTf . 1 Shoes, Cloves, ojibv LOAW6& "veaius" ETC. UWAAE.uTlOAIABl.es "Gome Somewhere.' ?tEAL SHOEMAKER'S SHOP, for merly the Custom Shoe Department of the D. & R. Shoe Co.. has re moved to. 341 FnurBeld . Ave. A14 a! THE TIMES: THURSDAY OCTOBER.7, 1920 ; 1 v i i i 1 vunwwxnuu i 1 fcj J- --wrt i - r 1 1 (O ' 1 g7QJ PRICED THWGS r jf&'&l VI UNDERSTAWMt ! & OF VALOELS. M16HTj bZZ-wJ ZZJ OVH HERE, g W-rSTrC BV THCS PAvfD Tit 1 Y V Is . I.' V 1.1 V V o? W TT8BUEOH Window Cleaning Co, W. Ribner. Prop. Windows wash ed, brass cleaned, floors scrubbed: lOo window. 86 Wall St. Bar. 2641-4 LADIES Bring your loved one's pla turea to Stevenson's. Studio for cop? Ins;, framing, ete. Valuable ire premiums given every customer 104 Bank Bt. PSlal CLINTdN T? T7" I A T CTTrtT W Tl I and repair bicycles, sewln ma chines, talking machinoa, typewrit ers, eta Entrance at 3S0 Clinton Ave., near Fairfield. 19ap HAIR DRESSING Hair goods. Mscl. hello crejjns azd powders. shampoo ing, etc Sarah Rayoroft, 83 Fair field Ave.. S'JC Warner Bide. Phone R-r. OSS.- H0a GEORGE KENEZOS removed from 189 Congress St.' to larger quarters at 219 James St. Carpenter and Cabinetmaker. Store fronts and fixtures a specialty. H21a SHAMPOO Scalp Treatment, Massage, Violet Ra treatment. Mrs. Rhode Drueke's Hair 1 Goods Parlor, 933 Broad St. Phone Barnum 2284. P39a SPECIALISTS SHI. ALICE L. FITCH, specialist. 410 State St.. cor. Courtland St. Office bours: I to i (, m. and by appoint or . "isti- TTPEWK1TERS. LATEST MODEL OLIVER TYPE WRITERS, price $64; J 4.00 cash, $4.00 per month. Why pay moreT Oliver Typewriter Agency, 83 Fair field Ave. Barnum 4940. U2 a TAXI SERVICE. RAPID TAXI SERVICE CO. Open end closed Packarc cars for wed dings, receptlocs, funerals. 487 Grand St. Day. nlsht calls Bar nam 7881. HI STRATFIELD TAXI CAB SERVICE CO. Large limousine Packards for hire. Day and night calls. 85 Woodslde Ave. Phone Barnum 964. D3a TO RENT TWO STORES TO RENT One at 1313 Main St., cor. Congress St. Apply Hotel Alpine. - One fine store 1 suitable for restaurant or other business at 79 Gold St. Bar. 3861 or 2527. FOUR rooms to rent; also rurnlshee rooms for light housekeeping David Apsteln, 37 1 Stlllman St.. rea estate and rents. H7a( TO RENT Two beautiful large rooms - to rent, with excellent table board; private residence. In best locality; all conveniences; for refined gen tlemen ; garage if desired. bar. 7553. I28d TRUCKING AND STORAGE. 3 TRUCKS RUNNING Daily transportation Bridgeport to . New fork. Handle goods both ways. The National Transportation Co., 4 North Washington Ave. Noble 1364. I 20a - HANSON TRUCKING CO. Furni ture guaranteed from breakage, local and long distance trucking. 41 Hillhouse Ave. Bar. 3451. I3a! GENERAL TRUCKING and moving, local and long distance. S. W. But ler, 855 Warren St. TeL Barnum 4917-3. D29a5P C. H. GREEN Local and long dis tance trucking. Picnic parties a specialty. Piano hoisting. Satisfac tion guaranteed. 94 Miles St. Noble 1797. P22a! AUTO VAN furniture moving. Local and long distance. New Tork, Hart ford, Worcester, Boston, New Lon don. Providenc; reliable; leaving town at all times; reasonable rates. Bernard & Burdett, 318 East Ave. Barnum 1607. ! ARNOLD BROS. Motor transporta tion, local and long distance. Trucks by hour or day. Office 2332 Fair field Ave. TeL Bar. 4553-14. P14at ACME TRUCKING CO. Furnttur mevlng and general trucking. Loca ana long distance. Factory con traets solicited. TeL Stratford 7 OET COONAN to move you and be satisfied, f 8 Meade St. Residence Barnum 6173. A7 TRUCKING Local, long distance trucking and moving. Also furni ture packing. Irices reasonable. Fred 1-lartweli. Ill Winter St. TeL Noble 17C9. D18a! I TRUCKING AND STORAGE. Local and Long distance trucking and moving. We move anywhere. Park City Furniture Co.. 718 East Main 8L Noble 602-2. 19P30 all i EASTERN MOTOR TRUCKING anJ Storage Co, 46 Kossuth St. Da: . trips New Tork. Newark and I'htU adolphia. Swrlngfleld and Worcesten Phone Bar." 3lf-2. Hlf B & B. TRUCKING CO. Local and long distance moving. Satisfaction guaranteed. 179 Harmony St. Phone Barnum 9 65: R7a)j LIGHT TRUCKING and express de liveries, city and suburban; prompt service, reasonable rates: factory contracts solicited. For lulck ser vice call Barnum 2563. D22al" Local and Long Distance Trucking Trucks Furnished for Outings and Straw Rides. E. T. GILLIGAN 775' Colorado Ave. BAR. 2t33-f. P 21 U'. P. J. MURPHY, MOVING, Trucking, local and long distance; furniture end piano moving. Satis faction guaranteed. 07 Henry St. tlabi llOi- , Sltf TOOTS AND CASPER SAY s -V' 'lSAY'f VHftV -DINNER J VOOOERM DINNER 1 A ic; PFMWTi V-ViS READY! SAY POP! Pop Applies TRUCKING AVT PTORAGB CALL BARNM 1055-4 when you want prompt and careful trucking ser vice. Storage at reasonable ratea Zalinger's Auto Express, 178 Wood Ave. R22a B. & B. TRUCKING CO. Local and long distance moving. Satisfaction guaranteed. Room 206 Shalet Bldg. Phone Bar. 965. R7al" CENTRAL TRUCKING CO. Light trucking 'by hour, day or week. Packages delivered, city or suburbs. (63 Stratford Ave. Barnum 4284. U30all" TRUCKING OF ALL KINDS Goods moved on short no'.lce. both local and long distance ashes and other rubbish removed promptly. Fac tory trucking a specialty. Excava tion work done ty contract. Prompt attention given to all orders, whether large or small. ' Call or write "The Progressive Transfer Co, 945 Main St.. Rooms 204 and 205. Tel. 2342 Barnum. B19a NORTH END Transportation Co. Local an ong ilstance trucking and momg. Anywhere, anytime. Reasonable rates. 175 Wheeler Ave. Phone Bar. 2542-5. D25a JOSEPH T. BIECHELB, general trucking and express delivery. Prices to suit. 241 Alex St., Bridge port. Conn. TeL Bar. 2668. - U9a) SOUTH END EXPRESS CO. Light Trucking and express, local and long distance. Reasonab'e rates. Satisfaction guaranteed. u67 South Main St, Nobie 1784. D29a! T. H. COONAN. MOVING Piano Moving a specialty. 58 Meada St. Telephone Barnum 6173. A7tf THOMAS C. BARBER Light truck ing, express delivery, and long dis tance moving; satisfaction guaran teed. 147 Clarence St. Phone Bar. 6754. P30a COONAN MOVED VS last and he will move me again. That's what they all say. 58 Meade St. Resi dence Barnum 6173. A7tf FURNITURE moving; guaranteed from breakage; local and long dis tance trucking. Hanson Trucking Co.. 41 riillhouse Ave. Bar. 2451. 19L22a! P. B. TURNT5R, 6S9 Llndlev St local and long distance trucking and moving. Satisfaction s guaranteed. Phone Barnum 1054-13. H12 UPHOLSTKRXK a C. STRAM for your uolster!ng and reflnJahlcg of antique furniture. Mattresses made over. 226 Colorado Ave., in rear residence. 1231 Stat St. Barnum 1184. W. H. FRAZIEK Local and long dis tance express and light trucking, 745 Union Ae.. Bridgeport, Conn. WANTED TO BUT Reliable Furniture Co. i Pays highest prices for Second Hand j Furniture. Stoves and Gaj Ranges. ' Reliable Furniture Co., 752 East Main i St., Barnum 1649. L17a HIGHEST PRICES PAID for all I kinds second hand furniture and i stoves. Rhode Island Furniture Co., 965 East Main St. Bar. 2301-5. I I 2 a ; SELL TOUR Baled Waste Paper, burlap, twine to H. & R. Co.. 2066 ! Main St. Tard 65 Tom Thumb St i Barnum 1054-4. PSlajl i OLD FALSE TEETHi gold, silver, platinum and diamonds at market prices. Clarence vv. Eddy, 46 Can non Sr. Tel. Bar. 916-2. R30a WE PAT hc-iest prices ' for second hand furniture. We also sell at rea- I sonable prices. Johnson : Middle " h,vAlc. S72 3Ltnn St. a.r. 2289 RlaU ; , wr5 i 1 1 ill Casper Was Getting the COPTMIOMT. 1920. SY KINO FCATU-eS StNDICATC. tM a Little First Aid WAXTED TO BUY. WANTED To- buy newspapers at $1.25 per 100 lbs., also magazines and rags. National Waste Paper Co., 197 Federal St. Tel. Noble 548. I16aatf AUCTIONEER Daniel Keane. 138 Main SL. will buy your furniture, books, stoves, rugs, antiques, feather beds, store, stocks fixtures, war relics. 4952-2 Barnum. tf BUFFERD JUNK CO. 116.KNOWLTON ST. Tel. Barrrtim 6373-2. Dealers in Rags, Waste Paper, Iron Metals and manufactur ers' Scrap and Baled Paper. U20a SECOND HAND FURNITURE and store fixtures for sale. I also pay highest prices for furniture. 959 State St. Bar. 223-4. I24a WANTED TO BUT Shotguns and , rifles, tools. Jewelry, etc., highes: prices paid. F. N. Hubbell. 1477 Main St., Pawnbroker. Phone Bar. J 5879. A15a : WE PAT good prices for secondhand j furniturw of all kinds. Established , 35 years. H. A. Jasmin. 266 State St. Tel. Barnum 1058. V18alj : WANTED To buy 8 horsepower electric motor, single face; 1 lathe, drill press and small plane. Bridge port Auto Repair Shop, 861 Hallett St. - G24a HIGHEST PRICES PAID for lie looking funjture. No Junk wanted. L. Katz. 1248 East Main St. Phone Noble 392. tf W. LIEFF & SON, dealers in scrap metals, rubber, rags and paper, 60 58 Hurd Ave- Bar. 1627. tf FRANCIS J. DION Furniture bought snd sold. Antinquea a specialty. 1041 State S'- Barnum 7959. BEST PRICES paid for all kinds ot second hand furniture. George Dukas. 261 State St. Phone Bar. 1084. P4al WANTED TO BUT A row boat, in good shape, or a good sailing dory. P. O. Box 5. City. WE PAT HIGHEST PRICES for rags. ! paper stock, new cuppings and metals. S. Schettmo. 61-67 McKin ley Ave. Phone Nobis 1381. B4a)l LADIES' AND GENTS' second hand clothing bought and sold; also fur niture. Mrs. C. Meyer. 419 E. M&ia St B. E174. P8a!J HOUSE WANTED 2. -e, , 6 family house, west side" or Black Rock section. Gaspar. 359 Pine St- Bar. 2518. ATTENTION L. Fodeman. 1449 Main St., pays highest prices for second hand turniture. Phone Bar. 1038. P17tf BEST PRICE paid for second hand clothing, shoes, carpets, old house hold goods, rags and paper. M. Gottlieb, 188 Hallett St. Phone Noble 130R. A7ttf THE GOVEKiNlVl&JNi i HAS VACATED More space in the Lib erty Building. Get busy and reserve your office in Bridgeport's best office building, 945 Main St. U 7 tf. PATENTS v A. M. WOOSTER Formerly Examiner U.S. Patent Office 1 Send for Booklets on Patents. 1115 MAIN ST.. BRIDGEPORT Advertise in The Times Habit - UMCIE SUf?E I'd HEAPING HE'S BEEN VISITING US F) MONTH I HAVE TO VELL AT HIM MUCH . LQMGER. WON'T III, nil I fc-w. y left: - left: - Rlaa-a -flrr mf WITH h4a 6 TOOT BALL 5" NOTICE Bridgeport Hydraulic Company 820 Main Street Water rates for the quarter ending OcL 1st, 1920, are NOW DUE and payable at the office of the Company, No. 820 Main Street. All bills must be paid on or before Ostober 15, 1920. Business hours on Saturdays from 8 A. M. to 12 M. For the accommodation of the pub lic the office will be kept open from 8 A. M. to 8 P. M. Mondays, October 4th and 11th, 1920. ALBERT E. LA VERT. Git. Secretary. Margaret , John GALLAGHER & GALLAGHER Graduate and Licensed Undertakers and Embalmera Margaret L. Gallagher, only 11- I oensed. graduate woman embalm- I er ana unaertaKer in the citv. Mortuary parlors, office and res. 571 Fairfield Av. Phone Bnr. 13901 M. J. GANNON FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER tit John S t r e o ! Phone 3493 Residence 235 Vine SC. 'Phone 1259 GEORGE P. POTTER UNDERTAKER Automobile Service If Preferrcdj MORTUARY ROOMS 1113 BROAD STREET TeL Barnum 684S-3 JOS. GORMAN FUNERAL DIRECTOR i 184S Stratford Ave. Telephone Noble 1750. IRea. TS James St. Barnum 4SS0 I ROTJRKE & BOUCHER I Undertakers and Ernbalrr.erg S35 Wash. Ave. Tel. Bar. 5409. Calls Answered Day or Night I Undertakers and Embalmera i I 866 Lafayette SL, Bridgeport, Ct ! H George B. Hawley, 113 Wash- I lngton Terrace; Edward H. Wll- 1 H mot,8 65 Clinton Av. Phone Bar.231 1 i B FUNERAL DIRECTOR j H Residence Barnum 3892.S. Funeral ! H Parlors. 68 State St. Telephone ' Barnum 3892-2. Calls received at I B hour of the -day or night - I HENRY H. .JOSEPH F. tg Lieberum & Heaphy i 146 Austin Bt. 839 South Ave. e Embataers and Undertakers fm MORTUARY PARLORS U III STAT STREK Til Telephone Barnum 15-2 . II I isnBPa mum. Jtiy J. jji. Murpiiy HARD OF Cn'oPER'. I WANT ' TO TIME NW - BiscoiTe; -TlME? WHAT TINE - V 7 HAVE SOU? T DUTTON NOMINATED Hartford, Oct. 7: Joseph F. Dut ton, mayor of Bristol, was yesterday nominated for congress by the first district Democratic convention in this city. He received 55 votes ami Fred eric J. Corbett of Hartford 52. Mr. Dutton is a lawyer and a former newspaperman. $160 SUIT HEARD. The suit of Louis Chantalos against Stephen J. Kascak for $160 which the plaintiff claims is owed him for back wages, was heard yesterday before Judge John J. Walsh in the Common Pleas court. S. LOEWITH & CO. IXC. INSURANCE REAL ESTATE RENTS STEAMSHIP TICKETS FOREIGN MONEY ORDERS 116 Bank St, TeL Bar. 99. Bridgeport Est. 1885 B 17 tf. NOTICE. The Farmer Publishing Co. having sold its buslnes3 to the Times Pub lishing Co.. all sums due the Itirmer prior to Feb. 1, Ia?t,-must be paid before Oct. 1, in order to close up Its bocks. All such sums not paid be fore Oct. 1 will be placed in the hands of an attorney for collection. THE FARMER PUBLISHING -CO. I8tf BONDS AND STOCKS Of proven value with estab lished markets. WILLIAM R. BULL SecuxiJy Bids. Brlageport Conn. Thoro Bsr. 1089 SETTLE YOUR FUEL PROBLEM BY USING GrAS Ultf SELECTMEN'S NOTICE. . The Board of Selectmen and Town Clerk of the Town of Bridgeport will be in session in the Council Chamber, City Hall, State street, on Saturday, October 9, 11. 12. 13, 14, 15, 16, 18, 19, from 9 a. m. till 10 p. m., for the purpose of admitting as electors all persons whose names appear on the list under the head of "To Be Made," who are found qualified; also Nbv. 1 from 9 a. m. till 5 p. m., for. persons who reach the age of 21 years after Oct 19 and on or before Monday Nov. 7 This also includes persons whose time of residence matures after Oct. 19 and on or before Monday Nov.. 1. per order Board of Selectmen. ' ALFRED J. KNAPP, MICHAEL lASSOG-KO, JAMES TURNER, . . JAMES SMALL, i JAMES P. GRIFFIN. ' r G5r : CiytbSg b THA I HffUj) ! now J ITS" TEN UtUheV lufgerW-o 10-7- - : sr ' By C. M. PayntV ESTABLISHED 1860 T.X.. Watson & Go Stocks & Bonds Hecabers X. T. COR. MAIN AND We Offer For Sale The new, Colonial home, situated No. 81 Arcadia Ave nue, being only a short distance east of Stratfield Road and in one of the nicest locations in Town. It has six room3, with every modern improvement, a nice lot, double garage and is an extremely good buy. It is all complete and ready) to move right into at once. It is one of our own build. The location cannot be beat. It. is a very pretty spot. Further particulars, inquire of 231 Fairfield Avenue, Bridgeport, Conn. Phone Bar. 519 G6b i l QUALITY Lumber Means ECONOMY Because'1 ISnables him There are loa of WW! T KJLWMJUE8 In bosn r tfieae Omyw, Dtagtag tbm moat ot tinu araaUea rook boMTBn. If yon sra ct MUfei L Frank Miller Lumber Go. MONUMENTS and Polishing Tools 100 STRATFORD AVENUE ARTISTIC-BLASTING Plant Operated by Pneumatic Cutting. HUGHES & ; CHAPMAN Phone Connection x .-,;. 36 Stock Exchange. JOHN STREETS. P 27 tL ilackman & Son Zt sarea the workman a let of oandwork. to do a larger day's THE T.B.WARREN Real Estate and Insurance 1089 Broad Street Tel. Bar. 621 G 6 t. -.