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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1908."
11 r-1 A a 1 p Lio inese Articles T Appeal to You? . A George Washington pitcher suitably decorated, tr a cherry decorated baking dish that is fireproof, durable and attractive. A. F. WYLIE, 821 Chapel St. Successor to John Bright A Co. SPORTING NEWS (Continued from Xlnth Page.) - 'grays outplayed!janswick leader t Roller Polo Leaders Play Rings Around McGilvray's Skat ing Novices. Jordan's 7 . Wax Oil Polish. A fluid preparation, it hides scratches, removes dust, polishes, bring3 out the grain, has no odor and is not sticky in fact, an ideal floor or furniture polish. MERRELS, CROSS & BEARDSLEY, CONTRACTING DECORATORS, 90-92 Orange Street. 'Phone 839. BANNON'S GREAT WORK Puts fp Faultless Exhibition MeMa lion's Rough Riders Defeat Eadie's Five. X ATIOXAL LEAGl E STASDIXG. W. U P.C. New Britain '.... 44 . 28 .617 Xw Haven 3H 32 ..14,1 Bridgeport ... 37 34 .621 Springfield 87 36 .507 Pawtueket 33 38 .405 Waterburv 33 41 .43S Providence 30 42 .417 Rolls Average of 190.6 at First Appearance in State League. THREE TEAMS ARE TIED For Lead, With Bridgeport, One Game Behind New Haven Bowlers Lead in IMnfall. REAL ESTATE. rn?nn ii I mm 1 jW REMJKTATE. TO LET. First-class offices in building 839 CHAPEL ST., Steam Heat, Elevator and Janitor Service included. Benj. R. English. 839 Chapel Street. Attractive Residence Spacious .verandas; handsome Interior; hardwood floors; nine, bedrooms, two bathrooms, eight open fireplaces; hot water heat; large lot and garden. Location desirable and central. FOR SALE. A two-family- house having- five rooms on each floor, with all Improve ments, including steam heat, and rent Inn for til ner month. Situated on Rosette street. Price, iow to a Quirk Buyer, H.OOO. Money to loan In sums to suit. ' L G."H0ADLEYf Room 215, Washington Building. 39 CHURCH STREET, OPEN EYEXIXGS. FOR SALE ' In the EIGHT WARD A fine new two-family house of IS rooms; hardwood finish throughout; Quartered oak floors, elegant mantles with combination coal and wood grates; front and rear stairs to third floor. Second floor rented for 150 per month. M00RHEAD & DONNELLY, 82 CHURCH STREET. ROOM 20. ' FOR SALE. A desirable one family house. Dwlght street, south of Chapel. J C. PUNDERFORD, 116 OHTHCT1 STREET. (Special to the Journal-Courier.) Providence, Feb. 27. New Britain made Providence look like a bunch of novices here to-night outplaying the grays at every point and winning by a score of 7 to 1. The visitors put up a great blocking game and held the grays a long distance from the cage. Mallory had a rather bad night whilo Bannon's exhibition was faultless. Summary: New Britain. Providence. Mercer Thompson First rush.. Harkens McGllvray Second rush. Jean Hardy Center. Lyons Doherty Halfback. Bannon Mallory Goal. Won by. Caged by. First Period. New Britain Jean Second Period. New Britain Joan 19.00 New Britain Harkins :29 McGllvray .... Harkens :10 Mercer 4:05 Third Period. New Britain Harkens 4:00 New Britain Mercer 10:15 Score New Britain 7, Providence 1; rushes, Thompson 6, Mercer 5; fouls, Jean 2; stops, Mallory 46, Gan non 26. Referee, Kllgara. Timer, Perrln. STATE LEAGUE BTAXDING. New Haven ...... Hartford Waterbury Bridgeport Vtni.lan New Britain 20 W. L. p.C. 40 211 Ml) 40 29 ' .580 40 29 .680 33 30 .665 30 39 .435 30 ' 51 .261 ONE CENT A WORD. Classified Advertisements. Invest Your Pennies and Watch Results. AUCTION SALE. One cent a word for eacn insertion, or five cents a word for seven timet. AUCTION SALE R. B. Mallary, Auc tioneer and Appraiser, 112 Chapel Phone 2360. Kcaldence iui xorn. Phone 1056-2. Household "ftles a specialty. Time. :35 Arthur Janswlck stepped into prom inence Tuesday evening by rolling an average of 190.6 at his lirst appearance in the State Bowling league, and tak ing the lead In the league by a point and a half. Jimniie Watt, who has held the lead for the greater part of the season, is now located In second place. Charlie Johnson Is third with an average of 186.5. For the second time In three weeks there are three teams tied for first place New Haven, Hartford and Wa torhnVv nriilsreDort looks dangerous. being only one game behind the lead- "xew Haven still leads In the pintail hv a bisr maiKin. ti,o i.nwlinir Tuesday night was oir..,i iho avpraee with the exception of the New Britain team which rolled 2370, 150 plus below tlielr already low average. No new high singles were made, although Bohnkn of New Britain tied his best string oi The records and averages: Slate League Pintail AUCTION' City Auction rooms, 417 State, cor. Court St Regular week ly auction Thursdays and Saturday. Ill 401 New Haven .. Bridgeport . . . Waterbury ... Hartford Meriden New Britain.. G. , 23 , 23 , 23 ,' 23 , 23 P.P. 62317 S1803 60842 60105 6K5S6 55819 Aver, 2709.4 2687.0 2645 2617.3 2590.7 2537 Providence New Britain New Britain State League Hrriirds. High three strngs. Watt, B. 671. High single. Itedlield, 11., 2 . S. iiiu-ii team Hlnirle. Bridgeport, 29S2. llla-li Individual total, C. Johnson, l!7f 7. High team single, Hartford, IOCS I.DI Vint' Al. . A VEH AGES. Sew H:iven. G. P.F. H.S. ... 3 .. 69 ... 21 .. 69 XAVALS V1X FROM BLVES. Janswlck.. (', John son Collolt ... Becchcr .. Morgan .. Becker .. Swift Shipper . . Totals . . 13 56 57 672 12877 3892 12699 10152 2311 9908 9907 2 IS 238 226 222 FURNISHED ROOMS. one cent a word tor each Insertion, or uva cents a word for seven times. FCBA'ISHED ROOM Pleasant furn ished room; all Improvements. Call evenings; top floor, 200 Franklin street. 128 Zt Ono cent a word for each Insertion, or Ave cents a word for seven times. BOARD AND ROOM Wanted for single man. W. L. B., Courier Of flee. It FOR ' SALE. One eent a word' for each Insertion, or Ave centa a word for seven times. FOR; SALE Patent stove 'brick and castings for any stove, range or furnace. Telephone 6. J. Stow. MS im HELPJWJ One cent a word for each insertion, or five cents a word for 8ven tlmeB- HELP WANTED Competent girl for general houseworg; otv wnuney Ave., cor. Canner St 122 2t HELP WANTED MALE. On cent a word for each insertion, or five oents a word for seven times. WANTED. One cent a word for each insertion, or five cents a word for seven times. WANTED Jones' Select Employment Agency, 22 Church street. Telephone. 1401-12. Connecticut's Largos. Agency; malo and female help - supplied for mercantile and domestic service for any and all kinds of work. Sent any where. Open evenings. WANTED All gopd .leljn should call here. We supply all the best places and always need large numbers. Slee man's Keliable Employment Agency, 763 Chapel. Open evenings. ml4 tf LAUNDRY. One cent a word for each insertion, or live cents a word for seven times. LAUNDRY Hand laundry, Susie Hick, 72 Webster Street Ladies' waists done with care; family wash ings, rough or ironed. f IS lm 198 214 236 .243 62317 FRED CHATFIELD, Pres. and Trees. JAMES H. CHATFIELD, Secy. The Geo. M. Grant Co, MASONS AND 6ENEMI COfflUClOHS, Room 201, Exchange Bldg. Tel. 2096 865 Chapel St. Cooley Throws IS Goals I'nele Snin's Sailor For Referee. The Xavals, thanks to the good wirk of Cooley, beat the Blues, Company D, at the armory last night In a fast game. All played a good game, but, Cooley threw more goals than all the rest of his team together, and bis In dividual score tied that of the Blues team. Thompson of the U. S. S. Mis sissippi, refereed the game. j Xavals. Blues Co. P. i TIdd Tldgewell 1 F- Hoarflsiey FOR SALE. Choice building lots at College Woods. Ono block from Whitney Ave. Select location. Judson d Hauff, Room 402. 90 2 Chapol St. DOINGS IN REALTY Papers Filed Yesterday in the Town Clerk's Office. in West Haven Building Lots Prices range from $3.00 to $8.00 a (rout foot. Size of lot to suit pur chaser. H V. RICHARDS, Real Estate Broker 141 Orange St. The following papers were filed the town clerk's office yesterday: Quit Claim Deeds. James W. Coyne to Michael Stack- pole. Rowe stre?t, thlrty-flve feet. Elmer L. Armstrong to Edwin Oviatt Rork road, foriy-flv-j feet. Pa?quale Valeito to Donlmick Sasso, Winthron avenu?, 109 feet. Karl Trommler to Otto Hoeing, Wl- ton street, 200 feet. 1 Hartford. ! Redfleld U0S7 278 ! Klmberly BO Mf.4 234 i Pratt 15 2617 189 iS. Chamberlain.. 4 '78 i Williams 55 H53i 24D ' jipard 41! 7!4 199 ! K. Chamberlain.. Ill M433 238 i Richards 87 62'"i 1 .Hale 0 1 204 i Totals 2!T 6U05 Aver. IKU.O 183. B 186.3 184.0 178.1 177.6 17H.7 173.S 1S1.2 17.r, 174.4 173.5 173.3 1 73.0 171.0 167.7 166.4 ANNOUNCEMENTS. One cent a word for each Insertion, or five cents a word tor seven times. ANNOUNCEMENT Sleemans Relia- ble Employment Agency, 763 Chapel St., estatlished 20 years. Largest, best 1:. the State. Best male and female help for any and all kinds of work. Sent anywhere. Open evenings. Tel. 1422. WANTED FOR V. S. ARMY Able bodied unmarried men, between 21 and 85; citizens of the United States; of good character and temperate hab its, who ci-.n speak, read , and write English. Apply Recruiting Officer, 890 Chapel street, New Hvcn; 756. Main street, Hartford; 1032 Main street, Bridgeport; 199 Bank street, water- bury. J18 " CLAIRVOYANT. One cent a word for each Insertion, or Ave centa a word for seven times. CLAIRVOYANT Madame Norman die, formerly of New York, 110 Olive St The historical Mile L'Nor mand's system of gypsy card read ing. Advice on all matters of life. Hours from 10 to 1 and 2-9 p. m. . flT lm TAILORING. HELP WANTED Honk! . Honk! Honk! Look sharp to your Interest. Now is the time for young men to learn the auto business. A thorough knowledge of your machine and how to repair when required Is what we teach you. Open even.ngs. New Eng land Auto School, 73 Broadway, 08 tf One cent a word for each insertion, or Ave cents a word for seven times. TAILORING J. Edwards, merchant tailor; cleaning, dyeing and repair ing; ladies' work a specialty, 146 DU- well Avenue. fl9 lm WBterlwry. Grant Bill. Left forward. Coolfy Keguln Center. Jones Halm Right guard. Cahlll Smith lypft guard. Score, Xavals 57, Co. D SI; goals from field. TIdd 6. Grant 2, Cooley 15, Jones 3, Tldgewell 5, Bill 1. Kegwtn S, Hahn 4; fouls, Cooley 1, Bill 1; referee, Thompson, U. S. S. Mississippi; time keeper, Malcolm; scorer. I'pson. AT THE Y. M. C. A. ALLEYS. Yale Warranty Deeds. Peter J. Kelly to Ellen L. MacXellle, Orange street, fifty feet. Building Permits. Brick alterations and reinforcements; location, 28 George street; owner, Dil lon and Douglas; mason, D. H. Clark Co; carpenter, D. H. Clark Co.; archi tect, D. H. Clark Co. Bowlers Defeat Co. It Clinics Win Two (Mines. The Yale bowlers won three straight games from the Co. B team of the T. M. II. C. alleys last evening. Clough of the visiting team was high man. The scores follow: Co. B of Y. M. R. C. Maroney 157 109 166 432 Mix 222 137 1 57 516 Pratzner 123 121 150 394 Crowe 170 Powell ,. 17S N'eal Lewis . Teller Slnyger Ttiltcr Keller J C. Beavdsley Stokes Clinpprlle .. Ma Inch Hiirper ....i Allen IMver Bocffcl . . . 39 11017 234 1S3. 7 1266 232 180.6 56 1O099 247 180,3 53 9.", 10 212 179.1 52 9197 227 176.8 3 529 191 176.0 3 527 187 175.8 3 525 191 176.0 13 2250 -21 1 173.0 50 8585 202 171.7 12 203') 213 169.1 8 1349 179 1 88. t, 17 2920 170 165.9 4 631 176 157 8 3 468 183 136.0 1 139 133 139.1 One cent a word for each insertion, or five cents a word for seven times. FIRELESS COOKERS Every house keeper wants one. Let us mall you booklet containing full description, cooking recipes and testimonials from people that are using them. Folding Mattress Co., New Haven Agents. 'Phone 1492. Totals . .:(5 60842 Bridgeport. 146 156 193 509 151 486 If the Bnhy Xn 4lr Teeth, be sure and use that old and well tried remeay. Mrs. WlnslnWs Sonthln Syrup, for children teethlne. It soothes the child, softens the gums, allays all psln, cures wind colic snd Is the best remedy for diarrhoea. Twenty-five cents a bottle. Kelley . . i . Clough . . . Sherman . Mears Lockhardt R61 Yale. 172 175 192 164 ' 165 69 S17 2337 Watt IrfWlS French .... McKay .... Douglas ... F. Musanle Banks ... . ,1. Musnnte . Grant ... 45 851J 247 189.1 63 11641 223 184.7 69 12410 247 179. S 42 7387 213 175.8 41 7183 236 175.3 26 . 4540 225 174 6 38 650- "22 171.1 15 2644 236 1 82.6 978 175 163.0 DUCAJIOI One cent a word for eacn insertion, or tlve cents a woid tor seven timet. EDUCATIONAL Mr. Frederick Weld will engage the services of a limited number of good singers for a chorus choir. Voices tried at 139 Orange Street CITY NOTICES. HEADQUARTERS DEPARTMENT OF FIRE SERVICE. New Haven, Conn., February 27, lu. PROPOSAL. ' Sealed bids will be received by th Committee on Supplies until ocloc p. tn., March 10, 1908, for furnishing the City of New Haven with the fol lowing: .,; . 2.000 Feet JW Inch "M. and C." brand hose, manufactured by The C. C. C Fire Hose Co., and 750 feet 2V& In hose, "XX XX Knit Jacket'' brand, manufac tured by the Boston Woven Hose is Rubber Co., or hose equally as good. The hose to be furnished must con form in quality to the samples of above named brands now In this office, and the proposals must state the weight per 50 feet coupled, Inside diameter and circumference, time and pressure guar antee name of manufacturer of both fubrlc and lining; couplings to be fur nished with the hose In accordance with the samples in this office, to weigh not less than five and one-half pounds per set, the Inside diameter to be not less than two and one-half inches, and counlinas to be fitted with the Higby thread. . . , The above proposals must be ad dressed to the Committee on Supplies, endorsed "Bid for Hose" on outside of the envelopes, nnn musi do nccuuiiin nled by a certified check for five per cent of the full amount of the bid. pay able to Jonathan N. Rowe, Controller; The Committee on Supplies reserve the right to reject all bids. Per order THE COMMITTEE ON SUPPLIES. M g. J. MKTZGER. f28 3t Clerk Dept. of Fire Servce. LEGAL NOTICES. District of . New Haven, ss. Probate Court, February, 26, 1908. ESTATE OF THOMAS BKELLY, late of New Haven, in said District, de ceased. Annie Skelly of New Haven having1 mado written application praying that administration of said estate may be granted, as by said application on fllo in this Court more fully appears it Is ORDERED, That said application be heard and determined at a Court of Probate to bo held at New Haven, in said District, on the 29th day of Feb ruary, 1908, at ten o'clock in the fore noon, and that public notice of the pen dency of said application, and of the time and place of tho hearing thereon, be given to all parties Interested in said entate, by publishing this order three times in a newspaper having a circulation in said District. By the Court. JOHN L. GILSON. f27 3t Clerk. Totals .445 61803 pullsn Bennett Quln n Yost v Hnrlliault ... Pntnc ........ Ravage , Vanderbttrg J Clark McLaughlin 3 Merlrton, ...69 .... 62 .... 66 ... 63 ... 66 ... 3 ... 6 12303 109ii5 11465 1O901 11101 492 966 480 , 585 ' 428 19 220 168 170 155 176 537 1 52 547 150 510 196 530 199 619 Portable Gas Lamps and Imported Glassware NEW Reflex. Inverted Gas Lamps, (One Mantle.) $1.50 to $2.85 Complete. Monthly-MA INTENA NCE-Monihly. THE NEW HAVEN GAS LIGHT GO. Salesroom, 93 Crown Street S68 902 8732843 High game, Tale, 905. High three string, Clough, 647. High single, Mix. 222. In the regular league match the Clinics won two out of three games from the Cherries. The howling in three games was about the bent ex hibited at the Republican club in a league match this season. Rchecker and Furnald rolled remarkable games both scoring a total of 581 pins. The scores follow: Clinics. Linquist 145 White 211 Cowles ....... 150 Gartner 20g Schecher 203 20 180 141 175 236 919 941 Chortles. Bucbter 185 239 O'Brien 192 191 Douglass 125 136 Snow 181 158 Furnald 192 20V 224 57S 205 598 14S 439 145 528 152 581 8742724 Totals Rlddcll . Walker . Klphlck Basso ... Bclinke . Wnlther Smith ... BerK Kroni .. Allen ... 245 59586 ew IlrHsln. . ... 57 10529 57 15 40 24 63 21 3 13 978 2517 6671 3998 1S11 6048 3495 476 1996 231 '2S 236 226 230 195 214 190 177 148 236 22 207 220 2rt3 232 202 207 189 194 178. 2 175.8 173.7 173.1 168.1 164.0 181.1 161.0 146.1 142.3 14 171.3 167.8 166 186.6 EIH'C.VnONAl-Prtvste lessons tn drawing and water color after Jan uary 1st T. R. Walte, 71 Kensington St azo it AT THE TVXE1H) ALLEYS. Katydid Capture Two of Series With Xaomls Ffve. The Katydids were effective last evening at the Tuxedo alleys snd won two out of three of their series with the Naomi's five, ttnuggle of the vic torious team captured the honors of the evening with a single of 215 snd a three string of 666. The scores: Jfeomls. 105 163 86 100 153 COMMITTEE ON RETRENCHMENT AND REFORM. A meeting of the Committee on Re trenchment anfl Keiorm or ine coaru y' Aldernten will hold a public hearing In Room IS, City Hall. Friday. February 1908 at 8 O CIOCK p. m. lor 1110 mu ideration of the following P'!,on!,;r, n.iuum nf Anthonv Carroll d In spection of Rcranton street school. .... a t aft 1 1 wan IIPli petition 01 . ;;.:, Memorial Fountain contract. All persons lniercsxrn in n" nr are nereoj . . and be heard tnereon nnnuui notice. PBERNB A. RUSSELL, Chairman. AtWMICHABL A. MOR AN. JR.. f26 St Assistant City Clerk. District of New Haven, ss. Probate Court, February 27, 1908. ESTATE OF ROSE Q. SARSFIELD, ot New Haven, In said District, de- censed, an incapable person. The Conservator having exhibited his . flnul account with said estate, to this. Court for allowance, It is ORDERED, That the 6th day . of March, 1908, at ten o'clock in the fore- , noon, at a Court of Probate to be held at New Haven, In said District, be ap pointed for a hearing on the allowance of said account, and that notice of the time and place of said hearing be giv en by publishing this order three times in some newspaper having a cir culation In said District. ' By tho Court. JOHN L. GILSON. f28 3t Clerk. TotalB 240 65819 ixnrwnmL league. Blizzard . Andrews Taylor .. 163 6 1 Singleton 163.1 I Griffith .. 162.2 1 r,8.5 153.5 La vert y Bayne . KusspII , Vocng 155 188 8S 133 153 145-405 187618 110279 120353 13844 Tonmtor mid Parsnips Win Honors In VrgrtamV Tournament. The Tomatoes and the Parsnips showed their supremacy over the Car rots .and thf Onhms last evening at Swift and Hulse's alleys by each win ning two games. Miller nf the Toma toes and Welch of the Onions were the high men of the evening. The interest in the Vegetable league is daily increasing and the fight for premier honors daily becoming more chwe. The results of last night's games follow: Tomatoes. 246 673 170 553 167 428 157 436 US- 581 G. Grcising .. Resdy Miller 112 147 14 130 133 ISO 151 391 169 449 171 505 6)7 Ketydld. 119 126 125 142 712 680-1393 128 91 126 181 147 1 50397 115332 155403 0401 215566 Gauggle , 204 716 643 743-2102 Gauggle. hilh sinKle, 215. Gouggle. high three strings, 56S. EXHIBITION AT BOYS' CLfB. Carrot ! Lyons .... j Modcllm I Bowman . 473 443 491-1347 152 138 167-457 135 127 131 333 140 139 152- 431 S29- 878 924 High game. Clinics. 941. High three strings. Buohter, 67 High single. Buchter, 246. 731 404 1501281 : Travelers vs. Algonquins. ! WnLETTS HOCKEY CAPTMX. i Cambridge. Mass., Feb. 27. Joseph P. Willetts, '09. of Ekaneateles, X. Y.. was to-night elected captain of (he Har ! vard hockey tam. Willetts has played 1 point on the team for three years. 1 ! Gates ... j Pnmmers j Welch ... Ward ... Stanford Knox .... Onions. 189 147 177 513 Parsnips. 165 182 180 nvninastie. Work and Basketball ;nic This Evening. Harrv Orenburg, the physical dl rector nf the Edwin Bancroft Foote Bov's club has planned to have an open house, at the Boy's club to-night. This is to consist of chiefly gymnas tic exhibitions to b given by the mem hers nf the club. After this there will fop some basketball games, which ought to nrnve Interesting for some of the best basketball players in the city be long to this club. A large crowd is expected as many citizens of the city are interested in the Boys' club and at the present time the membership of this club is very great and after to night's exhibition it will be Increased to a great extent. U mis proves success, there will be many other vis itors' evenings. the COMMITTEE ON CLAIMS. . , . ...1 1 1 a on c laims 01 Rosrd of Aldermen will hold a public hearing 1n Room 10-11, City Ha l, Frl- nri iiift no .Ana n . fl ..Vlnclr n dsv Feornsry t", " , ,, m for the consideration of the follow- ln V.. Mam J. Miner for rtsmaKes. George Aning. rv"' v.- ' ' District of New Haven, ss. Probata Court, February 27, 1908. ESTATE OF ROBERT WHITE, late of New Haven, in said District, debas ed. The Administrator having exhibited his administration account with said estate for allowance, It Is ORDERED, That the 6th day of March, 1908, at ten o'clock In the fore noon, at a Court of Probate to be held at New Haven, in said District, be ap notntefl for a hcarlnar on the allowance of said account, and that notice of the time and place of said hearing be giv en by publishing this order three times In some newspaper having a circula tion in said District. By the Court. ' JOHN L. GILSON, f28 3t Clerk. District of New Haven, ss. Probate Court, February 26, 1908. ESTATE OF FREDKRICK S. PORTER, late of New Haven, in said Dlstrlc, deceased. The Executors hiving made written application for an order authorizing and empowering them to ell and con vey certain real estate of said deceas ed as by said application on file in this roP i iourt more luiiy bpf113! 11 ,a heard snd determined at a Court of "2'3!i.HnJ and Annie Sh'sey for P-'bate to be held at New Haver fc in ny uR. -"" : ,,,-,. 14 VVrhstor for saiO l-MBinvijuil mc mill damages, and Charles H. "Webster 10. , 19fl8 t tpn oVIock ln th, fore. damages. , ,h. .-. ! noon, and that public, notice or tne All persons VI k' Present pendency nf said application, anq 01 tne Inc are nereo iiuv.mu h-" -" :. ,,. f the hearing thereon and be heard tnereon wnm.m iu..m, ne given by publishing this order three notice. times ln some newspaper naving a cir- PATRICK COLLINS, Chairman. cumtlolnsald District. At,p',:..m 1 MrmiV TB ' JOHN L. GILSON, m 3t" CTAf A.lSAC? Cier. t C'W' Cold Weather Approaching Order Q A L Johnson's Blizzard Arrives. W. F. GILBERT &c CO., 166 128 182 111 466 139 412 170- 529 65 Church St Opp. P. 0. mi n 1 1 1 M 1 1 1 1 H I M 1 1 1 ' ' t 474 420-1407 I i 137 126 445 201 141- 522 500 4741501 A well-known actor says that while i his company was touring the fjputn not Ion ago. be wnt Into one of the "clubs" in a South Carolina town. , where the dispensary syyicn 10 "Whst have you in the shape of pe rinrtlcslsr' the player asked of tne duskv attendsnt. Corn liquor, sah." promptly answer ed the attendant, "beer and wine, but mostly corn liquor. sah. Harper s Meekly. c5 Bassett's Gun Store. I A Inmnnlflnn. Pnll Iln nf Hunters' Coats and BonM. T TUII29 (BUU --' . . V Complete Une ol Talking Machines Victor and Edison. October List of Records Now Ready. , t All tne leading makes of Guns and Rifles. Inclndln tlw Winctic-ter, T MaHln, Remington, Parker. Lcfever, Baker. Ithaca, Stevena and other 4. wen-known tnakea. t IJ. E. BASSETT, TIIE GUsNcshs.. I