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Saturday. June 18. 1921
THE BRIDGEPORT TQfES Pae Nine Trucking and Storage THE NATIONAL Transportation Co., handling freight be tween Bridgeport and New York. Dally transporting 4 Nortn Washington Ave. Fhope Noble 1264. La.i TWu TON TRUCK with driver by day or week. Inquire Dispatch Trucking Co.. 96 Island Brook Ave. Bar. 5262. R5a!, TRI.'CKING Local. long distance truck Ing and moving. Also furniture pack ing. Prices reasonable. Fred Hart- well, tn Winter St. Tet Noble 1708. Tri O.MAS . HARBEK Light trucK- Ing, express delivery, and long distanc moving; satisfaction guaranteed. 147 Clarence St. Phone Bar. 7Ta4. P30a.it We Will Be On Hand As Usual Next Monday 38i TOOTS AND CASPER T. H. COONAN, MOVING Piano Moving a specialty. 58 Meade St. T-Iphnne Barnurn 6173. A7tl VlLStjN LOCAL and LONG DISTANCH TRUCKING. Also wood for sale. Sat isfaction guaranteed. 1179 North Ave. Call all hours Barnum 5672. H13aj TRUCKING OF ALL. KXXXffl Goo'J moved on short notice, both local and ong distance, ashes and other rub-fc-sh removed promptly. Factory truck ing a specialty. Excavation work dona by contract. Prompt attention giveo to all orders, whether large or small. Call or write The Progressive Transfer Co.. 945 Main St., Rooms 204 and 206. Tel. 2342 Barnum BlSajj W FRAZIER Local and long di tance express and light triicking, 74i TTnlon Ave.. Bridgeport. Conn. Upholstery C. STRAM for your upholstering and r finishing of antique furniture. Mat- tresses made over. 22S Colorado Ava. in reT residence. 1231 Stat St. Bar nur.i 1194. Wanted To Buy ATTENTION L. r-oJemn, 119 Mai 7 N S3 HI NOTE" iS Going "To 6inS jfofi tup rwanif- ur. . "THE r i 0- ( U.iMl I 4m( T23 3 J. il Mcirpinr, ."Cop7tifM, IM1, fcy Hag . rrr s . . .... 1 J.CPT 1 Tjrii ,o 5.,6 ! JJVn CJ.ftMB iY5, lAOKTIPitO M U MY i i "THE fAV IINir TO PUT r- TOE LSI M S I 0-ro I I v 1 i LI. C.I f .TTENTION L.. FoJeiran, 14-19 Malm " fit., pays highest prices for second XUJfi OLTTA-LICK CliUB Blink Is JKeally Some Jvici, After All. baud furniture. Phono Bar. 038. BLKl'KKlJ JUNK CO. 116 KNOWLTON ST. TeL Bar. On.l lealers tn Rags. Waste Paper. Iron metals and manufacturers' Scrap and Baled Paper. BEST HRICKS PAID for all klrds of Fecond hand furniture. Georsre tjukaa 261 State St. Phone Barnum 1M4. BRIDGEPORT BOTTUfi CO. Buys and Sells aU kinds of Bottles. Rat's, Paper and all kinds Junk. Fra;.'. St. Bar. 779-14. H2aj FRANCIS J .DION Furniture bought and sold. Antiques a specialty. 101 State St. Bar: um 79C9. HIGHEST PRICES PAIU for all kinds second hand furniture and stoves. Rhode Island Furniture Co.. 965 East Main St. Bar. 2301-5. Mali G. OPPENHEIM We pay best prices for second hand fur niture and all kinds of household goron. 1484 Main. St. Noble 1033. G8 ill IT'S 1ULE MONEY Convert your old Gold. Jewelry and Silver into caan. Value cheerfully given. Clarence W. Eddy. 46 Cannon St. Phone Barnum 106-2. R20a LADIES' AND GENTS' second hand clothing bought and sold; also furni ture. Mrs. C. Meyer. 41S East Main St. Bar. 6174. Flail" LIBERTY BONUS We pav highest prices for United States and foreign government bonds, all issues. Barnum 1183. Liberty Bldg 309. B14a;; RELIABLE FURNITURE CO. Pavs highest prices for Second Hand Furniture. Also local and long distance moving. 670 East Main St. Barnum 1043. LlTaj' 6EI.L YOUR EALED WJSTE PAPER. Km Up. Twine to II. & R. Co.. 2064 Main Sit. Yard 65 Tom X umb St. Bar. 1064-4. F31ah TWO ANTIQUE BOOK CASES. Ward robe. Dressers, Bed Springs and Mat trtss. Chairs. Tables. Stove, etc. S61 State St. Tel. 2213-2. IZ4a; WANTED TO BUY On north Park Ave. &r any good rzsidential section, modera two family house for cash. P. O. Boa 847 City. I24air WE PAY HIGHEST 11:1CES for Rags, paper stock, new clippings and meta. S S-h. ttino. 61-67 McKinley Ave. Phone Noble 131. B4al" SCHOOL SUPPLIES School Bacrs, Pencil Sets, Book Straps, Pads, Iiose Leaf Sheets, Fountain Pens, Pnperoirt Envelopes suitable for carrvins school papers now on sale Post Office News Store 11 Pos-t Office Arcade. HUGHES & CHAPMAN 300 STRATFORD AVENUE ONUMENTS f mr. Blink-WE'Rt . f dci ighted HAVING A Kip PARTY AT J BUT I'VE "THE CLUB TO MIGHT pLjL, OUTCTROWM EVLRYBODY lS TO ,yv-,. MV KID v Toq By T)OK SrXLXiAXUtk Dolling up like a v KIO IS SlLLV- I'LL TAKE. "THE POUGH I'D HAVE To Pay to rent A Costume awh BLOW MYSELF TO A Swell, njevm temt c- . J ri i a Copyrlfllt. by Kir- Fes ( I GUESS I LOOKl I tl LIKE THE BOYS. S rRCAT VoTT' WA IM TriE AD'S, NOW) 7T., ?TA'J AMD ALL FDR ZZJ Wi I WISH I HAD i Va TAXi f WELL. I'M " 5T MR. blink .You wini Glad s M the first Vriz.e.we you th,mK iTiSl "THUvJK. YOU HAVE THE l 's PUhiWi- ARTISTIC LASTING Plant Operated by Pneumatic Cutting and Polishing Tools. ( boy:! ho ooE.s JLiiii FfZ&U iM. TS A.UL Y ft j By GENS B3atxj 5E.NSE 1(4 CY(H i?1 ycjoe. EfNRAcud (5 ALL 6ETTE- . i rn W ma . . WAV4HA CSH TILL pot comes Home. CAUSE- HE HCVER- . SAW WITH .THE. JiNX I '&(-ES . 2 HAWLEY & VVILMOi' Undertakers and Kmbalmera t66 Lafayette SL. Bridgeport. Ct. George B. Hawlcy, 113 Washing- J ton Terrace; Edward H. Wllmot, 866 Clinton Ave. Phone Bar. 21. M. J. CANNON FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND BMBALMKR SIS John Street 'Phone S498 Residence 235 Vine 3t, 'Phone 1269 Mar taret John GALLAGHER A GALLAGHER Graduate and Licensed Undertakers and Emba'mers Margaret L. Gallagher, only li censed graduate woman embalm er and undertaker In the city. Mortuary pallors, offices and res. 671 Fairfield Ave. Phone Bar. 1390 ROUKKE & BOUCHER Undertakers and Embalmers S3S Wash. Ave. TeL Bar. 640. Calls Answered Day or Night. SETTLE YOUR FUEL PROBLEM BY USING GAS S. LOEWITH & CO. INC. INSURANCE REAL ESTATE RENTS STEAMSHIP TICKETS FOREIGN MONEY ORDERS 116 Bank St., Bridgeport Tel. Bar. 99 Est. 1865 Houses to Rent Houses to Rent Rent 'ayers ! Get This ! "JUST YOU AND ME AND NIAGARA" Bv DONAHEr EVERY MAN AND WOMAN WITH AMBITION TO OWN A HOME HAS THE OPPORTUNITY NOW We are sollincr the beautiful one race, and some of our prospective bu tion In reprard to them. They want very much they know that the rel pains in a word that the houses reasonable restriction placed upon t But on account of unemplovment feel that accumulated savinjrs sho no aoubt at all of prosperity's retu Conditions are already improvi folks must pay rent somewhere so the rent you pay now form the nuc the purchase price of an ideal hom family houses at 'FaverweatheT- Tw- yers have brought an interesting- ques homes they like Payerwcathcr homes need prices make these houses bar re all that could be if imli tml rt rH f hr he property insures desirable neigrhbors or uncertaantv of emDlovmpnt thpr uld be held in reserve until there is rn. ng and until they get back to normal inenow ano nere is a plan to make leUS Of a fund which will n:i v rn r-t rtf e later on. T. B. WARREN Real Estate and Insurance Tel. Bar 621 1089 BROAD STREET HENRI H. JOSEPH F. Lieberum & Heaphy 146 AnsUs S:. S39 South Are. Embalmers and Undertaker MORTUARY PARLORS 3S2 STATE STREET Telephone Barnum 15-1 GEORGE P. POTTER UNDERTAKER Automobile Service If Preferred. MORTUARY ROOMS HIS BROAD STREET Tel. Bar. 6848-2. CHARLES L. DENNIS FUNERAL DIRECTOR Residence Barnum 3S92-3. Fill Parlors. 588 Stae St. Telephona Barnum 3S92-2. Calls reoeivod at any hour of the day or night. EaVaH" ineral I phone I GEORGE E. DILLON Undertaker & Embalmer P. O. Bldg., Stratford, Ct, Phone Strat. 82. Day & Night IMJ JOS. GORMAN FUNERAL DIRECTOR 1849 Stratford Ala Telephone Noble 1750. Ree. 7 5 Jamea St. Barnum 4S5 Insist every Pie. Restaurant. Why You Should EAT FRISKIE'S PIES Tliey are Pure Made Clean Homelike Wholesome on l-isDieTs .anie on At Your Grocer and mwom DR. R. E. BEARDSLEY DENTIST. 925 Main Stk-eet Specialist in crown and bridge work. All modern methods for relie. of pain. 9 A. M. TO 8 P. M. SEE THESE HOMES ON SUNDAY Houses at Payerweather Terrace a limited number only will be leased to prospective buyers on a monthly rental basis, the lease carrvinc the option of purchase with the surplus of rental money above " eairvlnjr charges to be credited at time of purchase. wiTSLTKl ! kno't?' th5 h?iSc.you buy yon want to be sure of location and that the house is adapted to your neerta you want to be sure that ha-ppy S 'S risht so that you can liv to house for years and be herr' S your chance! Rent a house at Fayerweather Terrace "n the option purchase plan. At the end of a year, buv it and a part of the money you have paid for rent will apply on the- price of purchase. Yoill like Fayerw-eather Terrace houses. They're ew, modern, with Kas electricity and hot water heat beautiful decorations and fixtures ev erything that your heart can desire. ev TiiIkthls ?i'erwith us.a! our offioe or go out to Fayerweather Ter re and see the houses. Act now don't wait. Plan now to n rent worries Oy a constructive, practical plan for owning a hnfe. nf race yo your own. The Bridgeport Land & Title Co. 875 MAIN ST. PHONE BAR 6270 Fayerweather Terrace Office. i2 Fayerweather St. Representatives at Fayerweather Terrace Office Every Afternoon and Evening ujit.il s o'clock. HORSES 30 Sale Horses on Hand at All Times. Auction Every Wednesday At 2 p. M. HAMILTON BROS. 326 State Bar. 3712 NOTICE Taken by virtue of an EXRCI'TION to me directed, and will be sold at PUBLtIC VKNIU'K to the hiphost bid dor, at the public sin-post in the Town of Bridgeport M days after date, which will be on Saturday, the 25rh day of June, 1921. at 1:00 o'clock in the after noon, to satisfy said Kx caution and my fees thereon, the following- described propert v. to wit : Store, Stock and Fixtures at 1367 State street. Dated at Bridgeport, fhis 16th tlav of June, 1321. OSCAR A. H. DAMNBNBERO, A Sheriff of the City of Bridgeport. I16s LAWLER ANT FITZPATRICK Real Estate Insurance MEIGS' BIJJG. Bar. 4948 STATE OF OONMBCTICDT, District of Bridgeport, ss. Probate Court. June 17. 1921. KBtate of Annie Maloney. late of the Town of Bridgeport, in said District, de- i eeiased. The Court of Probate for the District i of Bridgeport hath limited and allowed I six months fron the d&te hereof for Creditors of said Estate to exhibit their claims for settlement. Those who neglect to present their accounts properly at- tested, within said time, will be debarred l recover-. All persons indebted to said Psta-te are requested to make immediate payment to JOHN J. M ATvONKT. Administrator. Address 232 Beards! ey SC D17n SATISFACTION COAL Prompt Deliveries Are As sured When Leaving Your Order Here. VINCENT BROS. Washburn & Carbon St. Iranch Office 1370 State St. Phone Bar. 3701 Keep Well! ITS BIG-AND GRAND LIKE YOU, (rEOR&E! -nave your spine ex amined (overhauled just as often as vou havo your piano, "au totnohflfe or farm machinery inspected. 1 our sfMne needs periodical attention and a Spinal Exami- . nation will probably aave you much needless sufferine in days to come. See me todav P. SPROVIERO Bridgeport's Busy CHIROPRACTOR H88 Main St., - Neflelrl Bldg. OFFICE HOURS Moil., Wed.. Fri., 10-12. 2-g. sat.. J-4:30. Mon.. Wed.. Tues.. Thurs.. PATENTS A. M. WOOHTER Forrncrly Examiner TJ.S. Patent Office Send for Booklets on Patents. 1115 MAXN ST.. BRIDGEPORT. water above our knees. Congressmen Reduce In House Gym Via Swedish Drill Advertise in The Times Washington. June IS- The Con- irressiorra.1 belt measure is expected I shortly to undergo drastic reductions, I if present plans continue to pro gress. Under the rasping voice of a Ma rine Corps physical instructor, fresh from his duties of putting the leath ernecks through their paces, members of Congress dally twist through tlj throes of the famous Swedish drill, the most trying physical drill ever devised by a Swede, or anyone else, to believe the marines who haw ex perienced it. Dally in the House gymnasium corpulent representatives, clad in gym suits, roll ovr the. floor, bend, jump and do other fat-chasing stunts. Occasionally the instructor, Sergeant W. C. Forse, who is at home with the padded gloves or on the wrestling mat. takes on the more ambitious pupils for a short bout. All this takes place in the House gymnasium. a - comparatively little known institution, founded by cer tain vigorous members of Congress, unanimously deserted by the fat ones when the first blast of hot weather bit the Capitol last year, and now resurrected and going strong Knowledge and Umber should not be much used until they are season ed. O. W. Holmes. Friendship is the scarlet thread let down from the windows of heaven to bind human hearts together. Anonymous. Friendship that flows from the heart cannot be frozen by adversity, as the water that flows from th& spring cannot congeal in winter. J. F. Cooper. Some people say that sanitation doesn't pay. Well, it doesn't pay doctors and grave-diggers, says the U. S. Public Health Service. Be sanitary; seek health before you need It. .iiticura Soap Imparts The Velvet Touch rrrwherw- For nmpln xi.pt X. MiHn.lfM.