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THE BKIDGFKPOKT TUMJCJS
Trucking and Storage
THt NATIONAL
Transportation -O.. handling frelsbt be.
tween Bridgeport and New York. D-Ur
umisijoriing. iNorin vvasmngion av
Phone Noble 136. TXmtP
XW O TON TRUCK -vitn driver oy air
or wees., inquire u is pa ten TrucKln
Co.. 96 Island Brook Ave. Bar. 6262.
TRUCKING Ijocal. lone distance truck'
lng and moving. Also furniture pack
Ing. Prices reasonable. Fred Hirv
wen. in winter Rt. Tel. Noble 17B.
THOMAS C. BARUER Light truck-
D(, express a en very, ana long distance
moving; satisfaction guaranteed. 141
Clarence at. Phone Bar. 9T54. Ft ,1
T. H. UOONAN. MOVING
Plsno Movlnn a specialty. U Meade St.
Telephone Banram 173. A71
WirjK)N LOCAL. .nd LONG DISTANCi
1KUCK1NO. Also wood for sale. sat
isfaction mmranteed. !17 North Ave.
r;all all hmim Rarnum SK l H1all
- n. r ka.i a.K ijocal ana ions ais
in v express ann llKnt irucKlQK.
tTnlni. A .. TJ1 .3 . . .
. ....... Jl T Ml imcyuri. 1.UII M
bio V ING Furniture. freight machinery.
etc. Boston. Provldcnrft. WAmaltr.
Pprlngfield, Hartford. New London. Al
bany. Get our estimates. Satlsfactlea
fuaranicea. f. Keeker, omce Z4i rfar-
. um Ave, xei. utratrora IT- Hlaa
I J. MURPHY. MOVING
Trucking. ojl and lone distance: fur
ture and p.fino moving. Satlsfaetlea
K'laranteea. S7 Henry St. Noble D8Z.
P TUtiNBR, 6J0 Llndley St.. local
anH Inn H 4 c- IU. IniAbin. Ann mov
ing- Satisfaction guaranteed. Phone
. Barnum 10S4-U. H!2a
TRUCKING OF ALL KINXjS Good.
moved on short notice, both local ane
Ions distance, ashes and other ru
tlsh removed Brnmntlr TT trrv truck
Jng a specialty. Excavation work done
r contract, JrTompt attention uvea
TO all rrr) era what V...,- lapr. ni RmtlL
Call or write The Progressive Transfer
Co.. UK Main St.. Rooms 204 and tOa.
Tel. ZStt Bamtim Bla
Upholstery
C STRAM for Tour UDboisterinar and
nlshinir of antique furniture. Mat
tresses made over. 226 Colorado Ave,
in rear residence, 1231 State St. Bar-
nun. 114.
Wanted To Buy
ANTIQUES & t UHN1TURE
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
Drop a postal. . P. KLeane. 95 State St
G28aS
ATTENTION L. JTodeman, 14 Mais
pi., pays nifrnest prices for seceae
ana lurniture. Pbone Bar. IBs.
BUFFERD JUNK GO.
1 KNOWLTON ST. Tel. Bar. C7S-1
Uealera in Rags, Waste . Paper. Ires
metals and manufacturers' Scrap ami
Puled Paper. UJOelr'
BEST PRICKS PAID for all l-lTd of
secona nana furniture. George Drnta
fSl State St. Phones Barnum 1C34.
BRIDGEPORT BOTTLE CO.
Buys and Sells all kinds of Bottles.
Bags, Paper and all kinds Junk. 9C
Prank St. Bar. 779-14. H24al
FRANCIS J .DION furniture bougkt
and sold. Antiques a specialty. 141
State St. Barnum 79&.
HIGHEST PRICES PAID for all kinds
second hand furniture and stoves.
Rhode Island Furniture Co. tS East
Mam St. Bar. 2201 -S. Mali
C OPPENHE1M
we pay best prices for second hand far
nlture and all kinds of household roods.
4M Main St. Noble 103. Q24l'
IT'S: inT.Ti; VIHKKV Convert vour ol
Gold. Jewelry and Silver Into castk
Value cheerfully given. Clarence W.
Eddy. 46 Cttunon St. Phone Barnum
106-2. Rll
"LADIES' AND GENTS' second nan
clothing bouuht and sold: also furni
ture., Mrs- C. Meyer. 41 East Main St
Mar. H74.
LIBERTY BONDS
We pay hi chest prices for United States
and foreign government bonds, all issues.
rage jNine
SOMEBODY'S STENOGA Surprise at the Races
P1 Aaarv The. Boss
WAMIS lo TAKE US
"TO THE. 3WAlMe.
races This afte.rajoo.
LETS LE.T HIM HAVE.
-1 HIS 0NH WAV
Snppv n r- 1-1
DEAR, i'AA. ALU
BOOKED OPT2
The. eiLLsviiTH
A DATE. THIS
AFTERJOOAi .
f I )U Al-- LA. A
Doodle voolpmt
COM5, ALOAIG .
3DESS Its IWHERITE.0
AAARVS FATHER
DlOAfT CARE. ratz
WATER.
EITHER
Copyright 1921. br Pnbllo ZvOgmr Cm.
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By Hay ward
Boss Look at The:
"Crawl' That OAtE i4
THE LEAD IS USiAJS
X BET WHOEVER IT
-S IHEYRE DOIA4
FIFTV AAi HOUR!
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n ' either - in-1 !-j -ryj n
I I A OA IE. 1H S I 1 I'ffL -JY 7- . ' II IJ IHCl rcc uoin I I
? H 1 AFTERAiooAi . ri v ( W--M ' ?mJ L-i fiftv aai hour
TOOTS AM CASPER Caspet-ll Soon Be Able to Run Errands in His Sleep. ' ' ' ' " : . -
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f CftSPEIcS t HATE JO ftvWErTvoU b5f7' THIIMnEIPltlWJI ' 'NtfeS-Al I , nBgEg ,,1 T f I ,
W0W r- ;r OUT ftFTSfc "5TUFF FoR BflSVi A -mM X -i NIPPLE FOR. &BYi7 V t TU 6H r?tST
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' T . L cvwrr. . t K Ft.ium jiuj.m. le S-6 " ' l.E.. WuPtT
HE O UTTA -LI CK CLUB ISUnk'e Instructions Were Somewhat Incomplete. . ' ,
. - . , . I 'By DOK WILliARTjy
I HOLY SMOKE? f T ( YcoR poppy . I 1 II ( THAT so'V ii . I ! 7 l
1 iUfl -1 L f wuktliTN , , L-r1J
rTMTT - r vS.wi'SS-r- T r NoaR- I 1 say now, I l-S-
L pJU sa o LpoppY?y4,
11, rriaC-? ( -tucki iM i isrnuis ui- town i m ii - "His-w b r ir i cv. r u i
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ji!A.AAi4 A- l .l.lih.rm" fc-e!i ., - XCoiijrrlEtit JSg) 0y -George) -MaXtnaw -AOa m Iriuto Mark lieglatgred ul -B. Pa.teat pfflcea '
ra- ; ly iK?i""E BTJtypJ
-THAT- pociC ONE WHAK, f aL 7
cLASS !
A REGULAR
FISH
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LADIES Aai' 6eaiTl.E AAElai '.
aaiss Doodle wims the
SOLtv Medal For The Five
Ml LE OPEAl-TO-ALL EVEAiT
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Barnum 11HS. Liberty Bldg 309.
B14a
REL1ABL.E i- UiUNLTURE (JO.
Pays highest prices for Second Hand
Furniture. Also local and long distance
movins. 670 East Main St. Barnum
1649. L.17a
8ELL TOUR BALED WSTB PAPER.
Burlap. Twine to H. A R. Co.. M6i
Main at Yard U Tom Tl uns St. Bar.
1464-4. PUS,!
TWO ANTIQUE BOOK CASES. Ward
rebe. Dressers, Bed Sprlngrs and Mat
tress. Chairs, Tables. Stove. etc. Kt
State St Tel. 2213-2. mH
VAN TED TO BUT on north Park Ave.
or any (rood residential section, modera
two family house for cash. P. p. bob
647 City. - e.ir
WE PAT HIGHEST rtUCBS for R"l
paper stock, new clippings and n jeta.
S. Schettlno, 61-67 McaUnley Ave. Pheej
Noble UtL B4aU
S. LOEW1TH & CO.
-TI9Cw
INSURANCE
REAL ESTATE
RENTS
STEAMSHIP TICKETS
FOREIGN MONEY ORDERS
116 Bank St., Bridgeport
Tel. Bar. 99 Est. 1865.
T. B. WARREN
Real Estate and Insurance
Tel. Bar 691
1089 BROAD STREET
Why Yon Should
EAT FRISBEE'S PIES
They are Pure
Made Clean
Homelike
Wholesome
Insist on Frisble's Same on
every Tle. At Xonr Grocer and
Restaomnt.
HUGHES & CHAPMAN
tOO STRATFORD AVENUE
-MONUMENTS-
ARTISTIC LASTING
Plant Operated by Pneumatic Cutting
and Polishins Tools.
SETTLE YOUR
FUEL. PROBLEM
BY USING
GAS
PATENTS
A. M. WOOSTER
Formerly Examiner TJ.S. Patent Olftce
. Send for Booklets on Patents,
illfi MATS ST.. BRIDG EPORT.
SATISFACTION
COAL
Prompt Deliveries Are As
sured AVhen Leaving
Your Order tlcrei
VINCENT BROS,
Washburn & Carbon St.
Branch Offic43 1370 State SL
, Phone Bar. 3701
1 LAW LEY & WILMOT
Undertakers and Embalrners
166 Lafayette St.. Bridgeport, Ct.
George B. Haw ley. 113 Washing
ton Terrace; Edward H. "Wilmot.
86 Clinton Ave. Phone Bar. 2S1.
Max aret John
OALLAOrTGR at OALLAOHER
Graduate and Licensed
Undertakers and Embajmers
Margaret L. Gallagher, only li
censed graduate woman embalm
er and undertaker In the city.
Mortuary parlors, offices and res.
671 Fairfield Ave. Phone Bar. 189
M J. GANNON
FUNERAL DIRECTOS
AMD BMBALMBR
SIB John Street
'Phone 349
Residence 23 B Vine 3t,
Phone 12B9
ROURKE & BOUCHER
Undertakers
and Embalrners
335 Wash. Ave. TeL Bar. (409.
Calls Answered Pay or Night
HENRY H- JOSEPH F.
Lieberum & Heaphy
148 Austin SL 339 South Ave.
Embalrners and Undertakers
MORTUARY PARLORS
111 STATE STREsS
Telephone Barnum 16-2
GEORGE P. POTTER
UNDERTAKER
Automobile Service If Preferred.
MORTUARY ROOMS
1183 BROAD STREET
TeL Bar. C848-2.
UiiAULEo U DENNIS .
FUNERAL. DIRECTOR
Residence Barnum S892-3. Funeral
Parlors. 588 State St Telephone
Barnum 3892-2. Calls) received at
any hour of the day or night
lAali
M. B. BURSTON, M. D
730 State St.
Office Hours:
1 TO 3 P. M. 3 TO 6 P. M.
Except Sundays
PHONE BAR, 670
SCHOOL SUPPLIES
School Bags, Pencil bets. Boole Straps.
Pads, Loose Leaf Sheets. Fountain
Pens, Paperoid Envelopes suitable for
carrying school papers now cn sale
Post Office News Store
11 Poet Office Arcade.
GEORGE E. DILLON
Undertaker & Embalmer
P. O. Bldg., Stratford, Ct
Phone Strat. S2. Day & Night
EVADED LAW THIRTEEN
TSAKS, RETURNS TO FTND
HIMSELF NEVER ACCUSED
JOS. GORMAN
FUNERAL DIRECTOR
1849 Stratford Ave.
Telephone Nobie 17BS.
Res. 76 James St
Barnum 4S59
Don't Say "I Saw It In the
paper." Say, "I Saw It in The
4 i'llPS.
Paris. Mo.. "August 4. After being
declared legally dead and Irving' thir-
in constant fear of arrest. Rube Hall
as he told a wierd story of having
been formally listed as among the
been dead.
Hall left Paris in 1909. After seven
Ji aosence nis annt went into
co'jrt, had him declared dead and at-
fortlTltof? n fnllefr H hit....
. .... ... .mi..; xxioney.
The case was pending in a high court
v. . . v: 1 1 wuru w i-. reueivta irom Uenver
' ti l ndu was a resident there.
"I have dodged the law for thirteen
- - m v . v .. . unnjv reliev
ing I had killed John "Williamson in
Western Kansas. I won heavily in
" " ' v - . " ...... ..in.. n picKea a
scrap with me and I knocked him off
1 . QUI.
"Imagine my relief when I met
Williamson face to face in Denver
two months ago. I grabbed his hand
and cried: "Say. ere you reUIy John
Williamson?" He replied: 'Yep'
This is John.' He laughed and said
he was bruised up a bit when I told
him I thought I'd killed him"
Hall, who has been living' under
the name of Henry E. Thomas, will
return to Denver to spend the re
mainder of his life with his wife and
sixteen-year-old daughter. -
Vt. T" 1 says that
the most satisfactory way to dispose
of an American flag which has be
come too old for service is to burn it.
ESTABLISHED 18e
SCHOOL DAYS
By DWIC
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Stocks & Bon ds
COR. MAIN AND JOHN STREETS.
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