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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 15, 1908.
IX r ii iV ,1 I v. "A i ': car re . art c) thi ft EASTER GREETINGS They Include a great variety of attractive niiIiJpHh In quaint Mm of clilna, glass, rir. FOR THE TABLE. llon-llon Pishes, fcnlted Nut Sots, Comports, find fclicrbct ;insM:s. FOR THE Times, Flower IwisUets, Unsn Howls, A. F. WYLIE, 821 Chapel St. Successor la John Ilrljht A Co. btf but unless constantly protected by good paint it will surely decay. Decay is slow burning; paint is insurance against decay, if properly and well applied. We are users of pure lead and oil paint. Our work men aro competent and our charges reasonable, consistent with good work. Let us tell you the cost of good painting. MERRELS, CROSS & BEARDSLEY, Painters and Decorators, 90-92 Orange Street. 'Phone 839. REAL ESTATE. 1 a? (iraa. 'js Attractive House Edgehitl Road Ten rooms, two batJw, nil mod cm improvements. BARGAIN A new. well-built, two-famiiv W 'J V house of 14 rooms, all improve- ments, on large lot. Price $5,000, if sold before April first. MOORHEAD & DONNELLY, v; 82 Church St,, Room 20. TOR SALE. Oii Everltt Street, near Whltnev Anenue, a one-family house of nine moms. House now in process of con struction. Will bo ready for occu- ipnncy septemher 1. ! Judson 3 Hauff, ,Hooni 402. 902 Ch.OBl St. West Haven Building Lots Prices range from $3.00 to $8.00 a iront root. bize of lot to suit pur chaser. H. V. RICHARDS, Real Estate Broker 141 Orango St. Gas Ran .00 Less than Regular Prices DURING APRIL '.1 :r' Ten Dir Casb llisnnl. Get a Gas Range JllL Save the Dollar THE NEW HAVEN Salesroom, 93 OPEN SAT lTtAY JSTENINGS. FOR THE DRESSER. Hatpin I f olilcrn, 1 I'ln Trny, llnlr Hocclvers, t Itrusli mid Coin I) Trnys. MANTEL. . Violet Mulder, Candlesticks, etc. Paint is Important. Good paint is as important as fire insurance. A building may never burn, REALJSTAm TO LET. First-class offices in building 839 CHAPEL ST., Steam Heat, Elevator and Janitor Service included. Benj. 11. English. 839 Chapel Street. FOR, SALE. A. two-family houso having flvo rooms on each floor, with all Improve ments, Including Btenm heat, and rant ing for (42 per month. Situated on Uosetto street. Price, I.oit Io a Quick Buyer, 94,000, Money to lonn In Hums to suit. L G. HOADLEY, noom 213, Washington Rulldlng. 30 CHtnCH STREET, OPEN EVENINGS. FOR SALE. Good linnirs nnd Iit, well located. GOOD and Sl'RE Investments. H. J. STEVENS, 016 Chapel Slreet or 00 Grand Avenue. FOR SALE. A desirable one family house, I) wight " street, south of Chapel. J C. PTJNDERFORD, 116 CHCRCH STREET. iiimiukr 4 ACRES, RESIDENCE, $8,500 Rnrc purchase for someone. IScuu- tlful residence, 0 rooms, 1 acres of land. Kverythlng In fine condition, Kxceptlonnl npport linlly. Only $H,R()0. Call or write for particulars. Room 202, Ilxchnnge Hullding;. Telephone 6:49-3. W. V. flllleUe, I'rmt. Tho. I', f'onnlff, V. pnt. G. W. V. nillelle, Sce.-Trcns. me Gillette Construction C0, General Contractors and Builders. S13 Mailer fllilcr., 002 f'hnpel St. Ta-'ephone 8793. ges it - " - ) - MrgJT. Or- Balance Order It Now GAS LIGHT CO., Crown Street. FAIR HAVEN HEWS Not Like Old-Fanhioncd Demo cratic Primaries Funeral of Harry 0. Jacobs. II, lkl not riooiii niurh like tho nld- faslllnncd (li'lllclcTlllll! primaries J'CSter- duy aricriuiiiii ami evening. There was tho I'MtluiiitHiu ti u1 excitement of con testing delegations clamoring fur elci linn lucking, in iim kuihI old da y s when a real live primary Hsbi was In pro gross there wmilij bo a score nr two of carriages flying nlioiit Fair lluven ami crnu'ilH around tlui pi'lmni'y places. Willi only ono ticket In eitcli ward liiHt evening tlie spirit nf rivalry wns In abeyance. Tim ballot boxes were open from 4 in 8 p. in., JiiHt the Banie, how- ever, as though there had been two nr more tickets In iho field, In Tale Ha ven East the Fourteenth ward primary wiih held In Fast (Irand avenue and Jnco'b Frnllcli was moderator, Henry Shannon checker and Ariliur 1). llmd ley box tender. The delegates eleeled were .Incoli Frollch, Edward S. Kynn and Thomas Coleman, There was a very liirp;e atlendanee yesterday afternoon at the funeral of Harry C, Jacobs, held nt his Iain rwl- denee, 111 Grand avenue. The services were condueted by liev. 15. ('. Tiillur of the Kant Tearl Street M. K. chiircli of whloh deeehsed was a member. In the nltendnnce, the Adelphla lodRe, F. and A. M Crawford council, It. and S. .M , nnd Wlndemere Tennis club, nr gnnliiutlnns with which the deeeased was Identified, were well represented and members of these societies acted Us a crnn r,1 of himnr ns llio fiiKkot u-ns borne out of the house. These members a iho wniiien io ine 1'iur naven ceme tery nearby, where th burial took place and whore the Masonic Imrlnl service was conducted, The hearers were T'r. I,. T. Doollttle. Charles I'. Hillhoiise, Curtlss 1 1 lllhus. I'.IJnti Rail, lAiwrence ltlliiu nnd Nnlhnn Kl drldje. There were n profusion of beau tiful floral tributes, which Included a larue nf white roses from i. Kowler, Mrs. lClRitr Allen and Mrs. Ktta Hunt ley; lni'Ke wreath, Henry Koimld, Wil liam ,1. Konold, Hurry (5. Konold and the WooiihrldKo Ice Co.; bunch of Kns ter lilies, Anthony lie Malty and fam ily; IniKe bunch of pinks, Mr. nnd Mrs. n. V. Smith; bunch of roses, Mr. nnd Mrs. Frnnk II. Unlden; bunch of tu lips, business men In (Irand avenue; hunch of while pinks, Mr. nnd Mrs. Edward nllhert; bunch of daffodils, Mr. nnd Mrs. C. M. Jacobs; crescent, Albert Wldnian; standing wrentli, Trinity church choir; bunch of red enr mitlons, Frank Stoddard; while pinks, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Doty; pink earna tlons, Mr. nnd Mrs. F. V. lluncklee; bunch of pinks, A. G. Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. Karl F. Johnson; l.irse wreath of roses nnd ciiriiatlons, Loyal circle, Kind's raiiRhters; Masonic em blem, Adelphl lodEe; standlns anchors, employes at White City; "Gntes Ajar" from the widow; pillow from George II. J.icobs nnd son nnd Mrs. II. A. Stevens; tennis rnquet nf mixed flow ers, Wlndemere Tennis club. Attorney D. W. Tattle of Kast Ha ven Is expected to return from Colom bia, South America In nbout a month. He left here severnl weeks ago bound for the Mngdnlena river country and wns destined to go nbout 70 miles above Rarrnnqulla. He Is reported to he up In the gold fields, Where the yield Is pret ty rich nnd his friends hope that be will secure a rich find. O. M. Cark, manager for S. S. Adams' stiTe, Is 111 with pneumonia nt his home In Wolcott street. On Monday evening there wns a very plensant gathering nt the home of Miss Tlllle King of Poplar slreet. The amusements Included dancing, a num ber of games, music and a fine lunch eon wns served. Mr. nnd Mrs. George Ulnekstone have arrived at their home In Clinton nvenue nfter their winter's stny at St. 1'eters- burg, Florida. Letters ndvertlsed at Station A, are ndrlressed to L. R. Hrnwn, Charlie Howe, Jnmes Martin, Pine street, Sher wood Sterling, nnd M. Hiker. Boats are engai-d In catching oysters In Qulnnlplnc river nnd transplanting them. The low tide this week has been favorable to lopglng the oysters and loading the sharpies. Martin Allen died at his horns In Lenox street yesterday nfternnon at tho age of 87 years. Me had been III for several weeks. Mr, Allen was for many years a well known builder and followed the business lint a few years ago. His wife died two years ago, He eaves two sons, Frederick and Kdgar Allen and one daughter. A eoltnge prayer meeting will be held Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. at the home of I. B. Kowler. 00 roplar slreet. All are welcome. These meetings bed un der the auspices nf the I'nlted Junior society are undenomttmtlon, The fimersl of David Bnrrel was At tended nt his late residence, 77 Wood ward avenue yesterday afternoon and Rev, Mr. rniner of Rt. Andrew's church nfTlclated. A delegation from lAdinlrnl Koote port, G. A. It. of which he, was a member whs present and the G. A. .11. service were performed, In terment was In Kast I.nvn cemetery, East Haven nnd members of the (1. A. R. were bearers. Mr, llnrrell was In the fiSt h year of his ago and had been employed for years as a car-hi- (jpeetor f nr the New Haven railroad. The Crescent Social club will hold a rrock trial at Its meeting thin evening. Trie Hliierieiis ana the Rivals will have a game of baseball on the Clinton avenue lot this afternoon. There will be a meeting nf the Mon arch Serial club to-morrow evening nt which a captain and mnnnger of the baseball tenm will be elected. It Is expected there will be an nt tendniire of 250 at the third nunmil 1inni'iiet of the Twentlelfi Century league of the Methodist churches of New llovcn nt Fust pearl street M. E. church Wednesday evening, April 29, at 7:30 o'clock. Joseph Ernest Mc Afee of New York, Rev. N. Walling ("lark, D. P., of Rome, Italy, the next presiding elder, Rev. Wellesley W. Powrllsh, X). P., Dr. Henry ' Wade Rogers, Rev. John W. Muynard of. MKI:t MM FACE TO VWK - t it 11J J' rf-.,',. Cross Tntch, Draw the latch, fcumd hy the mirror nnd hoi lor; If you ro to Jim And trade with Mm He'll sell jiui it Kood-flltliiR collar. EASTER FIXINGS FOR MEN. YOURS, DiSBROW HE HELLS HATS. Corner Church and Center Sts, n Trinity church and Rev. Frederick Haunders of firace church will spcHk. At the meeting of ladles of St. Rose's parish held to orgnnl7.e a branch of the Ladles' auxiliary of St. Raphael hospi tal association, Mrs. John F. Sullivan, presided. The following ladles were selected to act ns members of the standing committee; Mrs. John F. Sul livan, Mrs. Thomas F. Hughson, Mrs. William Grady, Mrs. Walter J. Walsh and Mrs. Frederick Konnelly. Malingers of the pnrlsh's section of thcfba!!:ir are; For Monday evening, Mrs. John drant; Tuesday, Mrs. William H. McDonald; Wednesday, Mrs. W. J. Walsh; Thurs day, Mrs. T. F. Fogarty; Friday, Mrs. William '('Irmly and Saturday, Mrs. J. F. Sullivan. The members of St. Rose's branch will Join with tho members from tho other parishes In tho meeting of the auxiliary nt Ilartnonle hall this evening. Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Stahy of 111 Imiox street have recovered from their recent Illness. Henry Hegel, nephew of Mrs. Stahy, Is still qulto 111 with scarlet fever. SMALL liOAT MISSINfi. South Norwnlk, April H. No news hns been received here of the small boat containing a man, woman nnd two children, which Joseph See, Jr., report ed sighting out In the sound Saturday afternoon. No one nppcars to be miss ing from tho 'Norwnlks or Westport, off which latter town tho boat was Seen. DOINGS IN REALTY Papers Filed Yesterday in the Office of tho Town Clerk. The following papers were tiled in tin; town clerk's olllce yenterday: Quit Claims. Morris Knpslnow to Fdward I. At wnt' t-, 762, 76 1, 776, 778 State street, 41 feet. Harriet L, nnd Clnrencn H. Mend to Frederick L. Mead, three plec s of properly, Herby avenue, ! f. rt, 'ud soti avenue, 119 feet; Judson avenue, 00 feet. Frederick L. and Clnrenco II, Mead to Harriet L. Mend, thVen pieces of properly, Derby avenue, 50 feet; 100 feet; 100 feet. Mortgage Deeds. Nicola Ielll Kranel to Klnravnnto Coin, Ilxwel avenue, 69 feet; 1200. Jnmes R. nnd Josephine M. Lymitn to New Haven Savings Bank, Howe slreet, 53 feet; $4,700. William H. Klllot, et ux, to National Ravings Hank, Orchnrd street, 50 feet; J1.000. Cornelia P. and Wlllnrd 8. Perkins to National Ravings Hank, Harrison street, 100 feet; $2,200. Executor's Deed, Sherman Fnote, et al, to Jane E. Lyman, et al, Howe street, 53 feet. WALL STREET NOTES (Continued from Tenth Page.) Boston Elee. 6s, 1908 100 Rranforrt L. & W. 6s, 1937 In. silver .s, 1948 103 104 li In. Hllver s 77 ' N. H. ias, eon. fis, 1923 ... 114 N. H. Water eon. 1910-16 149 N. If. Sewer 4s, 1914 9(1 N H. City Bridge. 314s - 95 Ncwlinn. Steam Os, lril.1-20 1)1 103 N. L. lias &: Elec. 5s, 1927. 97 New Don. O. & K. Ss, 1929 96 S. N. 15. Tel. 5s, 1 IMS. . . . Ml -- Swift Co. 5s, 1!lH 97 Vi 99 1'nlt. Ill, 4s, 1940 85 88 Ex-dlvldend. CITY NOTICE. tuns for cow,. OFFICE OF THE HOARD OF EPTTA TION. 87 Orango Htreet, New Haven, Conn., April 14, 19nH. Senlerl proposals will bo reeolverl nt this office urn II Friday, April 21, 19 IS, at 12 o'clock noon, nt which time they will be opened hy the Commit top oil School Rullilltigs of the Hoard of Edu cation of the City of New Haven In public meeting, for fornlshlna- coal for the public schools of the New Haven School District. I Copies of tlie speeldr-ntlons and forms of proposal, In accordance with which tlie bids must he submitted, may be obtained at this olllce, The right Is reserved to reject all bids or to waive technical dpfootn n the same. O. T. HEWLETT, ul!3t Secretary Board' of Education, ONE Invest Ons cont a word for enon insortlen, or nv cents a word for seven times. AUCTION SAM'-!'.. D. Mallory, Auc tioneer nnd Appraiser, 1123 Chapel, Thorn) 2M0. ltoaldence 107 York. Thcne 10G6-2, Household sales a specialty. Al'CTlON SALK R. n. Mallory, auc tioneer, sells nt 184 Peck St. (near Atwnter), Wednesday, 1:30 p. m., sluirp; bo on time; lino Ryuds. tlahler upright piano, parlor suit, largo rugs, sectional bnokea.se, rolltop desk, tnuslu cabinet, dining table, chairs, Morris chair, hnllstand, couch, desk, sewing machine, chiffonier, burenu, Iron bed stead, rockers, tables, chamber fur niture, pictures, books, brlca-brac, china, refrigerator, gas range, range, etc, This Is your chance, a!4 lit EDUCATIOI one cent a word lor eucn insertion, or live oonts a woid for seven times. i:il'CATIOAI Outdoor sketching In color or liluck and white. Wanted pupils to Join present class or make up separate classes. T. R. Walte, 71 Kensington Street. m31 tf LDLCATlONALi Mr. Frederick Wcli will engage the services of a limited number of good singers for a chorus choir. Voices tried at 133 Orangs Street FOR RENT. Ono cont a word for oseli Insertion, or live cents a word for seven times. 1'OR R FAT At Old Lyme. Conn., near the Old Lyme Inn, a eottngo on the Trowbridge place, 7 rooms and bath. Moderate rent. Mrs. E. P. Trowbridge, 258 Church St. al5 "t SITUATION WANTED-FEMALE One cent a word tor each Insertion, or flvo cents a word for seven times. SITUATION WAXTKl) General housework nnd ordinary cooking, Apply 40 Walnut street; ground floor. rear. al5 3t SITl'ATION WANTF.D Experienced double entry bookkeeper desires po sition. Address O. K T Journal Courier. a6 7t SITl'ATION WANTED A competent waitress desires position In private family; 33 Chnpd slreet. ' nl4 "t Ono cont a word for each Insertion, or ttvo cents a word for seven times. lU'SINESS OI'PORTl'MTV rarlner wanted: A man who understands horses; must be a hustler. If you are looking for business It will pny you to Investigate; but small capital required Inquire for Doctor, 1104 Grand Ave New Haven. a7 "t CITYJJOTJCtS The Committee on Abatement of Taxcs of (he Hoard of Aldermen will hold a public hearing Tuesday, April h. mux, in noom u, i'n y mm, ut n, in., for the consideration of the follow ing petitions: Petitions of Addle M. Ilassett, lsnse. L. Ilraclley, Dennis Toliln, Mrldgel O'Hrieii, Marie .1. Itiirniinni, Kllen gnln Inn, Julia A. Ilulibar.l, Julia liray, Mrs, Mary Hrennan, Ulale of Connecticut, Katherlne (ilynn, Dnnlel Relllcy, Dled rleeh Thlelbar and Mrs, John Murphy, tor abatement of taxes. All persons Interested are hereby noililed to be present and bo heard thereon without further notice. per order, . MICHAEL J. RI RKE, Chairman. Attest: MICHAEL A. MORAN, Jr., Assl. City Clerk, all 13 14 niMMisKios os PF.muxrcvr pavk mf.vis. The Commission on permanent Pave ments will hld a pulilln hearing In the Alilermanlo Chamber, hoom 1.1, City Hall, Monday, April 20, 1908, si 8 o'clock p. 111., for tlie consideration of laying permanent pavements In certnln streets sud port Ions of streets tu the City nf New Haven, below designated: (Irand aceiiue. from Kast slreet to easterly bridge over Mill river. I'rlndle street, from Wooster street to Fair street. (leorgo street, from Temple street to Collego street. Shermsn avenue, from Chapel street to Wlnl lirop nvenue. Frank street, from West street to Ra relay slreet. (Irennwleli avenue, from Klmberly avenue to Sea street. Central avenue, from Wlllnrd street to West Chapel slreet. Mansfield si reel, from Prospect place to Division street. Winchester avenue, from Division street to tlie city line. Htate street, I'rdni Neck bridge to Ferry slreet. Division slreet, from Winchester nvenue to prospect street. And Hudson, street, from Wha'ley nvenue to (loffs street. All persons interested In the fore going are hereby untitled to be pres ent and lie heard thereon without fur ther notice. Dated at New Haven, Connecticut, this 14th day of April, 190', COMMISSION ON PERM A NT PAVE MENTS. MAX ADDER, Prsldent; 101IZFR II. SPERRV, Ri llI.IN S. WOODRl.'FF, HA Ml "EL A. Vein t , JAMES 0. KERRIOAN. Attest: a14 at JACOB CAPLN, Clerk. The Committee " Appropriations of the Bnanl ol Aloermen will nolo a pub. lie hearing Wednesday, April IS, ipal), nt S p. m. In Room 10-11. city Hall, fn Iho consideration of the following peti tions: l'eilllons of Sons of Veterans fnr an appropriation for firing national sa line on morning nnd evonlng of Fourth of July, Catholic Total Ahstln nnce Cnlon for Illuminating of Central Croon AiiRtist 11. 12. 1.1. 14. and An cient order of Hibernians for lllnml'i at Ion of Central (Jreen during last week In August. AH persons Interested are hereby no tilled to be present ami he heard there on wit hont furl her nollee. Per order PATRICK S. Ct'NNINOH AM, Chnlrmsn, AHCHt! MICHAEL A. MORAN, JR., a3 St ... AsaluUnt City. Clerk. CENT A WORD. Classified Advertisements. Your Pennies and Watch Results. FOR SALE. Ons cent a word for each insertion, or live rents a word for seven times. FOR SALK Horses! Horses! , Just arrived to-day two carloads of horses from Macon, Illinois. They consist of al) kjnds. The host lot- of horses I have ever offered for sale In Now Haven. l!co. F Crjpps, 185 Com- merco St. u 15 It FOR KALK Columbian- Wynndottes and setting eggs. D. M. Frost, 16 Kim street, East Haven, 13 wstt roil SALIC Used pianos, Krakaunr, Stelnway, Henry K. Miller, Gahler, Jacob Rrntliers. All bargains. Tho A. R. Clinton Co., 33 Church street. alO 7t I'OR SALE 3 automobiles, ono Pack ard, one Franklin, ono Rambler. En quire Smedley Co., 266 Stato street. all 7t LEGAL NOTICES. District of Now Haven, ss. Trobato Court. April lrt. 1!M8. ESTATK, OK JA.MKS CI I AKXLKY, late or ( lilrngo, ill., owning property In m Id District, (leerased Tim AilinlnlKlraliir bavins- exhibited his ndnmilstral Ion account Willi said estate to this Court for allowance, It is (iRDKKKD. That the ISth day of Anrll. iv'ik. at ten ociock 111 me roronnon. at a Court or I'roimta 10 no new al New Haven, In sum J'isiiiei, 110 appointed for a bearing on I ho allowance of siild account, nnd Hint nollee of tho llmo and place of said hearing bo given by publishing tins oroer tnreo times In some newspaper having a circulation In said District. liy tho Conn, JOHN I QILRON, a!3 St Clerk District of New Haven, ss. Probate Court. April 13. 1908. EHTATK OP HENRIETTA W. CHAP LAIN, luto of New Haven, la said District, (Icecusod. Tho Executrix having exhibited her adminlstrntlon account Willi said estate to (his Court lor allowance It In OKDKltliD. That U10 2utli day of April, lliuS, at ten o'clock In the fore noon, ut a Court of Probata to bo held at New Haven, In said District, bo ap pointed fur a hesrlng on tho allowancs of tia Id account, and that notice of the lime and place of said hearing- be given by publishing this order Ihrca tunes in some newspaper navins: a cir culation In raid District. Hy tho Court. johj; i aiLsox, al4 3t Clerk, District of New Haven, ss. Probate Coc.rt, April 13, 1908. ESTATE OP BETSEY O. HPERRV. late of New Haven, In said District, de ceased. The Trustee of tho trust under the will of said deceased for the bcnellt ot Anna H. Harland and others having exhibited his account Willi mild estate to this Court for allowance. It is ORDERED. That tho Kith day ot April, 191)8, at ten o'clock In the fore noon, at a Court of Probnte to be held in New Haven. In said District, bo an pointed for a lie.irlm? 011 the allowance of said account, 11111I (hat notice of thu Unto ii ml place of said hearing be given hv mihllshliiB this order threo times In some newspaper having a circulation In said District. Hy tlie Court. JOHN L. GILRON. allSt Clerk. District of New Haven, ss. rrobats Court. April 13, 1908 ESTATE OF ANdELINF, H. SAWYER, late of New Haven, In said District, .leeeii Bed. Tho F.xecutor having exhibited his administration account with snld estate to IIHr Court for allowance, It is ORDERED, That tho 27lh day of Apt il. 1908, at two o ciock 111 tim itrter noon. nt a Court of Probate to bo held at New llavrn, In ssld District, be ap pointed for 11 hearing on (he allowance of sa.il account, and that notice of the llmo and nlnee of said lienrlUK be irlv en by publishing this order threo times In some newspaper Having a circulation In said District. Ry tho Court. JOHN I OHSON, s!4 3t Clerk District of Now Haven, ss. Probate Court. April 14, 19"S. ESTATE OF JAMES P. DEWELL. late of New Haven, In said District, de- The Administrator, e. t. a., having nindo written application for sn exten sion of time In which to settle sild estate nnd In which to pay the succes sion tax due the fJtnte of Connecticut, as by said application on llle In this Court more fully 'appears, It Is ORDERED, That said application be heard and determined at a Court of Probate Io be held at New Haven, In said District, on the 2"th day of April, llias, at ten o'clock in the forenoon, nnd that public notice of the pendency of said application, nnd of the time and place nf the hnrlng thereon, hn given by publishing this order threo times 111 some newspaper having a circulation In said District. Rv tho Court, JOHN L. OILSON, a15 3t Clerk. District of New Haven, ss. Probate Court, April 14. 190S. ESTATE OF MARY SULLIVAN, late of New Haven, In said District, deceas ed. The Court of Probte for the District of New Haven hath llinlled and ap pointed six months from fhe dafo here of for the creditors of said deceased to bring In their claims against said estate. Those who neglect, to exhibit their claims within said tlmo will bo debarred. All persons Indebted to ssld estate nre requested to make Immediate pay ment to MARTIN CONDON, alB 3t Administrator, c. t. a. I COYNE BROS. 250 Blatchley Ave. finnrrrt.n n.nrl flfmont Wollra P1nnra Tlrivns flt.n.. T.flifl and Repaired. Prldt and Flag Walks Hcpalrrd. Cold Weather Here Yet K OAT" JLV J 1. JLj i Use W. F. GILBERT 65 Church St. Una rent a word tor eacn Insertion, or flva cents a word for seven times. II ELI WANTED Man for night watchman; reference required, A. R Hendryx Co,, 86 Audubon St. al6 2t HELP WANTED Salesmen wanted, sell retail trade, your locality, $65 per month and expenses to start or commission. Experience unnecessa ry. Ilermlngseii Cigar Co., Toledo, O. al3 7t WANTED FOR V. H. ARMY Able bodied unmarried men, between 21 and 3D; citizens of the United States;, ot good charr.ctor and temperate hab lis, who ci.n speak, read and write English. Apply Recruiting OlUcer, 890 Chapol trust, New lluven; 756 Main street, Hartford; 1022 Main street, Urldgeport; IK 9 Bank street, Water bury. il ii HELP WANTED I made $50,000 In flvi years in the mall order bust-' ness and began with only a few dol lars. There are unusual opportuni ties for making money today, and It is not dilllcult to begin. If you have even small capital and want to start a mall order buKlness of your own,' send lor my free booklet. It tells how" to make money. Address, Publisher! The Mall Order World, Box 1074, Lockport, N. Y. mil tt, .1 HELP WANTED Honk! Honkli Honk! Look sharp to your Interest,! Now Is tho time for young men to learn the auto business. A thorough. knowlcdgo of your machine and how!: to repair when required Is what we: teach you. Open oven.ngs. New Eng-'1 land Auto School, 73 Broadway. 08 tf WANTED. One cent a word tor eaoti Insertion, or five cents a word for seven tltnss. WANTED Jones' Select Employment Agency, 23 Church street Telephone 1401-12. Connecticut's Larges. Agency;', male and female help supplied tor mercantile and domestic service for, any and all kinds of work. Sent any where. Open evenings. WANTED All good -ifelp should call here. We supply all the best placet and always need large numbers. Slee- man'a Reliable Employment Agency, 763 Chapel. Open ovenings. ml4 tf FIRELESS COOKERS. One cent a word for each Insertion, or five cents a word for seven times. FIRELESS COOKERS Every house keeper wants one. Let ua mail you booklet containing full description, cooking recipes and testimonials from people that are using them. Folding Mattress Co., New Haven Agents. 'Phone 1492. ANNOUNCEMENTS. One cent a word for each Insertion, or live cents a word for seven times. ANNOUNCEMENT European travel; small party; experienced chape rones; Juno 20, August 28; first class; $000. References exchanged. P. O. Box 273. a7 7t ANNOUNCEMENT European Travel A well educated and connected gentleman of wide traveling: and Jour nalistic experiences, knows thorough ly Europe, northern Africa, Egypt, Palestine anil western Asia, would be glad to arrango for and personally conduct a touring party to places of world wide Interest. Highest refer ences. Address "Tourist, care of Journal-Courier Office. a8 4t ANNOUNCES! I0NT Sleeman's Relia ble Employment Agency, 763 Chapel St., estatlishcd 20 years. Largest, best 1: the Stato. Rest male and female help for any and all kinds of work. Sent anywhore. Open evenings. Tel. . 2322. IICPI III-ICAN CAUCUS The Republican Electors of the Town of Wondlirldge are requested to meet' In caucus In the basement of Congre gational church on Saturday, April 13, 1908, at o'clock p. m., for the pur pose nf olectlng delegates to the Re publican Stato Convention to b held In Hartford, May B and fl, 190R, for tha election of delegates to the Republican, National Convention, and to appoint a, Htate Central Committee. Also for the purpose of electing a Town Committee for the ensuing twa years. Ry order of the Town Committee. HENRY W. RALPWIN, Chairman. Dated at Woodbrldge, Conn., April 9, 1908. alO 6t , Roofing a Specialty. Tel. B328. Superior Work Guaranteed. & CO., 0pp. P. 0. o