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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1908.
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS. AWNING & A HERS, DECORATORS. fUlSSOX A KIGSHt'KV 640 Chapol street. This hot summer daya are near, and you will need awnings for your windows and porches. We m" Canopies for Weddings, and de".o"at mis for Receptions. Esllmntos 'U1-?u1"h''.'1; Don't foget that we aro the P'"1 lnal "fool the gun." Telephone ICOJl-a. t- - J. CUNNINGHAM & SON 87 ChPJl at. Awnings. Tent-, Kings. Truck Cov era. Horn Covers. Tonta and Canoplos to rent. Decorations tor Halls, eta. A L' TO MO t J 1 1 1 E IiKVAmiNCS. . TUB JUNCTION AHA1B pixwell and rihellon aveti. (ieneral Jobbing and Repahln gof Autos and Bicycles. Machine Work and Light Manufactur ing. Telephone 3302-12. THIS ITl'TON WAKE MAN CO -10 Wooster Bt.i Autos Repaired. Bodies Repaired and Rcfinlshed. Oaaollne and Oils. Engineers and MaehlnlBla. 'i'hona an. ASTHMA CURE. A JOKWvk "curVf or list lima lik'S been found. I'rice $1 per bottle. Hun dreds cured by this medicine. iNever put on the market until now. Any one can walk, climb slulrs or sleep in three days' treatment. William Fowler, i) Broad slreet, City. ARCHITECTS. EOOTE At TOWNSKMJ Architects. ZH-'iii Malloy Building, New Haven, Conn. ACTO TIRE REPAIR WORKS. A t TO TIRE HEI'AIR WORKS Auto Tires ami Tubis Kepulred, ilecoverjd and Vulcanized on i'rennses. Work Guaranteed. Work called for and de livered. Tel. 4141. 481 Slate street, New Haven. BUNDLE WOOD, CHARCOAL, COKE WOOD for Fireplace, Kindling nnd Fuel Purposes, best Seasuiied Wood. Call us for rrlccs. Thuno 1151. New Haven Wood Co.. RVS1NESS COLLEGES. YALE HUSlNEsiS lOM.KGE Oldest, Largest, Strongest, Best, We graduate live olttce help. N. t. Stone, pres., 116 Church street. BUTTER AND EGGS. C. DINGWALL Uggs laid yesterday Uet here to-day. 74-in Congress avenue. 'BICYCLES AND REPAIRING. P. COLLINS 11 Broadway. Agent for ine Truss frame iver-jonnson wnjei, Vine old reliable). Look tins machine over. Sundries and Supplies. BICYCLE and carriage tires vulcan ised from 7bc up. :tew bicycle tires from 11. uu up, at Setlow's, liii Court street. a 3 tf BOTTLERS. DANIEL J. UOODV i IK State street. Bottler of the Famous Gold Medal Tlvoll & Hampden Pale Ale. Delivery to all parts of city. Telephone 858-2. C. C. BAUER Corner Ashmun and Bristol streets. Bottled beer deliver ed to all parts of tho cliy. 't'hone or ders promptly attended to. CARRIAGE PAINTING. CARRIAGE, .Truck and Automobile Painting. General Jobbing of all kinds. Frederick C. Reynolds, 1S3-15 Grand avenue. 'Phone 4823. CARRIAGES, WAGONS, 1LVRNESS. D WIGHT II. BALDWIN Crown and Park street. Carriages. Wagons and Harness; Biaukets, Kobes and Whlpj. Rubber Tires attached. Repairing. THE SKA II ROOK A SMITH CARRIAGE CO. .viaiuitucturers of Fine Citr rlaues. huiiiu Linlil Surreys und Aich- Axlu Runabouts ifor tho September fairs. Coma and see them. Ropairiug and Painting carriages and Autonw biles. I 1 RAFTERS' WAGONS Strictly Hlg'l Grade Delivery. Buy wagons bearing this trado mark. It means the best. 65 Franklin street. LEV KIT BROS. 424-420 Orchard Hi. Carriage und Wagon Builders. Car riage anu Automobile Fainting. Gener al jobbing. Telephone 32U5-4. A. M. UfclhiBfcJ 430-443 Elm st Manu facturer oi Carriages and Wagons, Repairing, Painting and Trimming. Au tomobile tops. Automobile painting, 6AMUEL K. PAGE 60-62 Franklin si. Manufacturer ol Carrlugos and Auto mobile Bodies. First class Repairing hy experienced men. 'Phone Sea. CONTRACTORS, BUILDERS, ETC. i, LUROk DUAN 65 Orange St., Cabin et Work, unite Fittings, Window and Door screens, Joiner and General Job ber. Estimates furnished. Botn 'pnones. WILLIAM 11. ALLEN 541 Columbus ave., contractor and Builder. Jooutnu promptly attended to, Tuiupiiuue 2123-4. G. J. EIT.GEHALD Contractor anil Builder. Dealer In Real Jiiaiatu. Tele phone' 3o60J. 660 Ferry street, ciaw iiaven, Conn, JOHN C MORTON 478 State St., Car penter, Joiner and General Jobber. Estimates furnished. Telephone 1412-4 New Haven, Conn, . LOUIS CUTJtElT 9 Ailing Btreet,Hii penter and Builder, Prompt expert work. Satisfaction given, jobbing' a Bpeclalty. 'Phone 27V8-2. tilCORGE H. COOK 01 Frank st., Build in' and Contractor. Jobbing a special ty. Estimates given on plans at short notice. Telepuone 1780. SMALL PALMER Carpenter wovk and general Jobbing. Lstlmutes fur nished. 6H5 Quliinlplao ave. 'phone 2032-4. JAM US A. FOG ART V 194 Canner"sU General Contracting Builder. Lowest estimates on all cludsca of work. Tel. ephone 1298-12. 13. H. HARRY Carpenter and builder Estimates furnished, .lobbing prompt.' ly attended to, and work of the best. 50 Judson avenue. Telephone. J. w. BARROWS 28 Admiral sTr"con tract Carpenter and Builder. Special attention to Jobbing. Estimates fur nished. CHARLES C. DUNN Repairing and Carpenter Jobbing a Specialty. Esti mates furnished. Fair prices. 86 Au burn street GEORGE B. LAP1IAM, Carpenter and Builder. Special attention to Jobbing. No. 1145 Campbell avenue, West Haven, Puin Telephone 6581 -J. CABINET WORK, WOOD CAR VINO. THE YALE ART WOODWORK CO. Restores Antique and Modern Furni ture to Its Natural Beauty. Mantele, Rhow Cases and Hluli Grade Furniture Made to Order. 'Phone 3065; 128 Park Ulrcet. CONTRA CTI N Q MASONS. J. N. I.MON A RI A ( ((--Contractors and Mason. Hutldors. Prompt attention Riven to repair work. 805 Malloy build ing. CARRIAGE REPAIRS. J. T. IirtCEN 87 Oreone Bt., Carriage and Automobllu 1'nlntlng and nopalr Ing. Carriage work a specialty. All work Kuaranleed. Telophone 1804-3. . COX CRETE WALKS. CONNECTICUT I ON l KTB CO. Walks, Driveways and Floors In Con crete; Arlincml Stone and Mantle As phtilt.Offlce: Room 216, 89 Church at. JOHN P. TIIOMl'HON 201 Gofffte St. (Robinson) Carbonized Htone for Driveways and Collar. Kxcavatlng and Grading. Telephone. CORSETS. CLARA J. MOORE 112 Park streot; French and Domestic. Ctistom-Mudo corset. Other specialties for Women' Wear. Call and sun (samples at our of fice. 'Phone 1338-8. DETECTIVE BUREAU. DENNY'S DETKCTIK BUREAU Pre paring Cases for Court a Specialty. (Star Secret Service System;. 83 Church slroet. ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS. SIMMONS & SON H. E. Francis, Mgr., 205 Norton Ht. Electrical contract ors. Estlmatjs furnished. Telephone 6883-2. "Wire for us and we'll wire for you." EYESIGHT SPECIALIST. YOI'R EYES examined and fitted with glasses, from $1. Dr. S. S. Iteiss, cor. Grand avenue and State street. EXPRESSING. FOR SLK New express wagon. Heavy. Will sell cheap. Also ear Hugo for Bale. P. McCarthy, 105 St. John street. Ju3 tf ITS It MARKET. PEOPLE'S FISH MARKET Wm. Wil son & Son, 3U Congress ave. Dealer In all kinds of sea foods. Both tele phones. FLORIST. 8. 11. MOORE FLORIST. 1054 Chapel Street, Telepnones. J740 and 8741. GROCERIES AND MEATS. ROnKRT l.tTZ Groceries, Meats, Pro visional, etc. Howard avenue and Firm streot. Telephone 273. "Call us up." a 3 tf GENERAL CONTRACTOR. WILLIAM MINE General Trucking and Teaming. Keslttctice, ti win cheater avenue. New Havon, Connect! cut. HOTEL JEIT'ERSON, EUROPEAN. LIGHT, Airy Rooms. Comfortable Beds, Free Baths. Transient rooms. 50c, 75o. til. Weekly, (2 to $0. W. C. Augur, Mgr., 440 Stale at. Open all night. HABERDASHERY. TEMPTING TROPICAL TOGGERY "SHA.NLKY'S," 31 Church Street. house moving. DRAKE & COVLE House Moving. Shoring and Raiding, 48 Home st 8. Rock. Thoncli W7-2. 774 Washing ton ave., West Haven. HORSE COLLARS. HENRY SMITH SONS 183 Brewery at., Irish and Pipe ilorso Collars a specialty. Best collar on the market. Also Repairing. Telephone 1646-12. HORSES. CARLOAD of horses will arrive to-mor. row morning. Horses of all weight. Every kind of a horse you wsnt you can II nd at 185 Commerce street. Geo. F. Cripps. B. E. CANNON 1RZ-184 George St., Blu Front Auction Salo and Commission Stables. Auction every Friday at 1:30 p. in. 'Phono 3073-8. JEWELRY'. METROPOLIS JKWKLRY CO. Poll building, sells reliable Jewelry' on weekly payments; Cheap. Call or wrlle. Open Saturday evenings. KLENEXE. KLENF.NK The household, cleaner will clean Dress, SKlrts, Auto veils Waists. Silks, Lnccs, Neckties. Gloves, etc. Klenene Soap Co, 112 Park st. Hygienic Ice Company, 881 State Street. Artificial Ice Natural Ice Distilled Water Cold Storage A telephone call will insure prompt attention. , Telephone No. 762. KEY FITTING Cun and Locksmithing. SPORTSMEN'S SUPPLY CO. 68 Center S! L N. Bassett, Mgr, IV. F. Gillette, Treat. Tbon. F. C'onnllT, V. Preiif. O. W. V. Gillette, Sec.-Treiu. The Gillette Construction Co General Contractors and Builders, 13 AIaller Hid., DOil Lhnyel St. Telephone S783. FvnNisiircn rooms. i on KENT, lost and iocnd. for SALE. .XXXiJvU. s. One cent a word for each Insertion, or five corns a word for soven times. M'HNISHKD HOOMS I'lcnsantly fur nished rooms Willi table board. All homo cooking. 1'rlrcs reasonable. On tnil, US tirovo slreet, city. ail t( PLEASANT, (inely furnished rooms, In private family. All conveniences. 116 Olive slreet. HOT water heat, gas and bath; also nicely furnished parlor with use of piano lor music teacher or pupil. 112 Ureene street. b 16 tf TWO handsomely furnished rooms, with or without board, in modern nouse. 78 Lake place. sla tf DESIRABLE room, adjoining bHth, L' E. I. '.I ...r.A I nil T PLEASANT buck parlor and hall bed room. 65 Grove street. Tel. 4Ui. ell tf TWO large pleasant rooms, completely furnished lor housekeeping. Im provements. Steam lieuling, ueslrablo locution; adults, 308 Dlxwell avenue, neur Henry street, slO tf FRONT room with alcove, furnished for one or two gentlemen, bath room on the same floor. AH Improvements. 37 Lj nwood place. b5 tf THE CHARLTON Elegant rooms, gas, bath, electric lights, steam heat, rea sonable. Transient accommodations. loV Crown street, near Church. ju'J3 tf VERY nicely furnished front parlor bed room. First floor, with running wa ter on same floor. Also furnished rooms from 1 5u up, single or double. Telephone, 3305-11. 117 Park street. h2 tf LARGE airy furnished rooms with or wltnout table board, home cooking. 131 Dwlght street. au25 tf VERY pleasant front room with alcove. Suitable for two gentlemen. Bath room on same floor. Terms reasonable. 37 Lynwood place. au2t tf NICELY ff.rnlsned rooms, running wa ter; 'Phone, $l.5o and up. 117 Park street aul9 tf oARDEiis wxjrm One cent a word for each Insertion, or five cents a word for seven times. BOARDKRS WANTED Table board, home cooking; central; two dining rooms; also meal ticket. L, E. Holt, 26 Grove street, aulO tf TAI1LE boarders wanted. Home cook ing. 26 Whailcy avenu'e. aulStf WANTED Table boarders; something to eat all the time. Home cooking. Good service. Everything right. Prloo reasonable. Nuff said. Mrs. W. E. Ford, 24 Court street, city. JySO tfs JlOmjIYAiTJED One rent e word for each Insertion, or flvo cents a word for seven times. lOI NG Isdy, employed during the day, would like n largp unfurnished room with wnler, k.is nnd hent, within ten minutes of renter. Llht housekeep ing. M. M P. O. Box 321. BIS 31 LEGAL NOTICES. THE ANNI'.M, MK.KT1G WHSTVILLK SCHOOL DISTRICT. The nnnunl meeting of the Westvllle School District to elect three members of the Board of Kdiuntlon to succeed L. Wheeler Beecher. Charles A. Marvin and George M. Grlswold, whose tcrmi expire; a clerk, collector, treasurer, sexton nnd two auditors; to nppolnt a comlitee on trust funds; to lay 11 dis trict tax for tin? maintenance of schools, and for slreet lighting, police, protection from lire, and olher rllstrl-t purposes, and to tlx I lie time when the tax on the grand list of inns shall he payable, and lo do any oilier proper business, will be held at Misonlc hall, Weslvllle. September 21, 1908. T'olis open from I wo to eight p. m. Business meellng nt eight o'clock.. L. WIIKKLKU HF.KCHKR. CHARLES A. MARVIN. OKOKOK m. nmswoLn, AMOS DH'KFltMAN, P. RAYMOND GKEIST. WILLIAM F. ALCORN, M. J. I'OWKRS. II. 1 1. HOTCHKTSS. HOBICRT R. T. GRANT, si 3 It Board of F.ducal Ion. Ask the Man Who Owns One, 05 FRANKLIN STREET. DOLLARS savort are rt0,,nr8 MADE You ran save good dollars by buying Fioltl and Marine (.Inssos of me. I am clohlng thorn ont regardless of cost C. M. PARKER 810-A Chapel St. Entrance S10. IS IT ENJOYABLE ? D ron like to at Mt( people frith Atclv teeth f Tit ro BH .htmk others Mould be Oatresaed II roura trere that mayf Not? lnn-t let them get beyond tho help of a gd deatlst. II ont of yonr teeth ta mUrlnc. have us bridge the spaco with on hni I the same eolor, aba aad site of tat at oral aao. PHiU. DENTAL ROOMS TBI CHAPEL ST. $ 1 .00 GIVEN AWAY TO USERS OF THESE COLUMNS $ 00 To each ELEVENTH person leaving a Cash Advertisement for the Classified Columns of the MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, (Wants, Lost or Found, For Rent, Sit uations or Help Wanted, Furnished Rooms, Business Opportunities, etc.) in the Business Office of this Paper, 400 State St., $1.00 in Cash will be paid. One cent a word for each Insertion, or five cents a wod for seven limes. . JVH'M live-room Hat, first floor, with nlco room In attic, All Improve ments. $22 a month. Nlco location, 42 Avon street, third door from orange, Owner occupies upper Hat. b)8 71 SIX pleasant rooms each, llrst and sec ond floor, two-fumlly house, 481 Or chard street, hear Winchester's shop, close to Dlxwell nvonuo trolley line, Call at 808 Dlxwell avenue u3 tf MOST magnificently furnished front rooms to rent. 68 Dlxwell avenuu, neur Lako place. Call evenings or Sunduys. u31 tf APARTMENTS I'OH RENT. GAV-CRICST HALL caters to Rclect and exclusive class of tenants. A new aiul elegant up-to-date, high-class apart merit house. Public dining room on premises. DINING ROOM FOR RUNT. Maid and Janitor service, electric lights, telephone, steam hod I. William Gay, owner, 83 Park Bl between Chapel and Crown. Inspection Invltod, s21 Ht sats jSTOllKSJipUJJEM One cent a word for each Insertion, or five cents a word for seven times. FOR RENT Three good stores In cen ter of city. Inquire M. Apsel, 809 Grand avenue. Jyl8 tfs AUTOMOBILES. One cent a word for each Insertion, or live cents a word for seven tlinea AUTOMOBILES bought and sold. Have now on hand In fine condi tion, touring and runabout cars. Come and make your wife nnd children hap py while you can. F. M. Fowler, 1460 Whailcy. Telephone. m2 tf M1LF0RD. (Special loiirnal-rnnrlor News Service.) Milford, Sept. 20. The funeral of Mrs, James W. Bench was held from her late home on North street on Fri day afternoon, a goodly number of relatives and friends assembling to pay the last sad tribute to the deceas ed. The Rev. Howard Meserve had charge of the service, assisted by Rev. Mr. French of Stamford, who offered prayer. An assembly of ladles of the Bee Hive, of which Mrs. Beach wan a charter member, when It was organ ized over fifty years ago, were present nnd each placed a crysiinthcmum on the coffin at the grave. Among the. floral offerings were a wreath of pur ple asters from the Bee Hive, a floral piece from the Eastern Star, a profu sion of Mat houqiiets from other friends. IVncon Truman Smith, Dea con Frank Woodruff, Harvey Beach and Mr. Ives, a brother of the decens ed from Clinton, N. Y., acted as pall hearers. Bnrlnl was In Milford ceme tery. Mrs. Rench was a highly re spected and very estimable woman, a member of the Plymouth OongTBa tlonnl church. Mrs. Beach had held the position of organlft Rt both the Plymouth and the M. E. churches. She leaves two daughters, Mrs. Irving Bray and Miss Bertha Beach of this town. Miss Carolyn Whipple and Miss Marlon Rowe, who have been enjoy ln a month's vacation at the resi dence of their mint, Wrs. James Htl land on Washington street, have re turned to their home In New York. Mrs. Edmund Tlhbals and daiiRhter Esther were miesta of friends In town on Friday. At the consultation of physicians held on Thursday In the case of Miss Sarah Allen, who Is seriously 111 nt her home and under the care of a trained nurse, no hope was given tho family and friends for her recovery. It Is stated about town that J. W. Oddle, Die new freight agent, whs among the passengers on the train of tho N. Y., N. II. and 11. R. U. at the time when Sheriff Ranks raptured the two burglars who were off with the two bags of sliver obtained from Sam uels Clemens' (Mark Twain) house nt Redding on Thursday night. In the fight that followed the sheriff whs shot In the leg by the burglar and one bul let Just grar.ed Mr. Oddle's coat across the brenst. The men, who gave their names as C. Hoffman and Henry Wil liams, were lodged In the Hrldgeport jail. Miss Florence Gregory was very pleasantly surprised at her home on Cherry street one evening recently, the occasion being Miss Gregory's birth day. About fifteen of her young friends were present and a very de lightful evening spent. Games were Indulged In and music hy the phono graph and the piano helped pass tho hours. Refreshments were served. Miss Gregory received several tokens of good will, and the best wishes of her young friends for mnny more such occasions. At an early hour tho parly broke up. Mrs. Emll Nyetry and Mrs. Bert Hurle were guests of Mrs. E. B. Bur well at Burwell Beach on Thursday.. At the Mission of Jesus Sunday aft ernoon Elliott Piatt addressed the congregation on the subject of the work at Norlhfleld. Mr. Piatt gave a One cent word for eaoh Insertion, or five cents a word for soven times. LOST Bunk hook, No. 150,333 of New Haven Savings bunk; payment mop pod; kindly return to bunk. 821 28 05 3t LOST On open-faced wntnh. Initials O. F. T. on back. Return to 111 Whitney avenue. Reward. s!9 2t REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. One cent a word for each Insertion, or live cents a word for seven times. ELEVEN room house, located but a Utile west of the center; no difficulty In keeping rooms rented at good prices, Only small payment required. Balance on mortgage at 6. Address "Cen tral," Journal-Courier olllce. 016 41 ONE-famlly house, 8 rooms, barn and carpenter's workshop,. Lot 53x143 ft. 71 Ivy street. sltt 7t ELEVEN room house, located but a lit tle west of the center; no difficulty In keeping rooms rented at good prices; only small payment required, Address Central, Journal-Courier ortlce. 812 7t xjjoiEauiNm One cent a word for-each Insertion, or Uve cents a word for seven times. ANNOUNCEMENT Carriages and wagons repaired and painted to plca.se you. F. M. Fowicr, 1460 Whal ley. Telephone. m2 tf ANNOUNCEMENT Steeman's Reliable Employment Agency, 763 Chapel St., established 20 years. Largest, best in the state. Best male and female help for any and all kinds of work. Sent anywhere. Open evenings. Tel. 2322. MJEDJICAIj One cent a word tor each Insertion, or live cents a word for seven times. SITFHFI.IOIS HA I It can be Removed on Treatment und the Roota of tho H.ilr Destroyed Gradually. Mrs. H. E. Chamberlain, 2S chapel street, oppo site Trinity church. Telephone 1767. S3 tf EARFCmjJALE. One rent a word for each Insertion, or Ave cents a word for seven times. IF TOl! have a farm tor sate, I havo a number of purchasers for it; or If you wish a farm for 16 )0 up, on easy payments, send for a free list Paul Russo, 639 Chapel street, New Haven, Conn. au27 tf FOLDING MATTRESS. One cent a word for each Insertion, or Ave cents a word (or seven times. FOI.DINH MATTRESS. Cotton's "Kno. 'tuff" felt mattress. Makes "lying easy" and gives rest; to the honest man. Can't sag. Can't get hard, Easy to roll as a rug. 75 Ooffe street. Tel. 1492. -E!ILJ!!9I1EL The Board of Relief of the Town of New Haven, hereby give notice that they will meet In Room No. 8, Cltv Hall, on Thursday, October 1st, 1K08, from B s. m. to 4 p. m nnd dally there after tin 1 1 1 Thursday, October 15th, In clusive, except Saturdays from 9 to 12 a. m., for the purpose of hearing any appeals that may come before them. Evening session,! October 16th, from 7 to 9 p. m. JACINTO CARAR1FGO, THOMAS F. FITZStMMONS, SAMUEL H. WILLIAMS, Hoard of Relief. sl7tool5 similar address at the Plymouth church recently. Horace Rtiland and Howard Mun on have returned from a few days' visit In Brooklyn. While there Mr. Mituson was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bailey, formerly nt this town. ' One day lasl week Lynch, the driver of Languor's bakery wagon, was held up at Orange by two ruinans who Jumped out of the bushes and one made an attempt to catch the horse while the other sprang for the wagon. Lynch was too quick for them, and seizing the whip, the horse knowIts muster, nnd tho men were soon left behind. This happening about 1 o'clock at midday was a bold attempt at robbery, BRANFORD. (Special Jnurnnl-roiirlrr News Service.) Branford, Sept, 20. Tho town audi tors, Messrs. Cunningham and Dunn, held a ' very late session Saturday evening to hurry copy for the printer of the . town report. It Is desired, If possible, to have copies of the report ready at tho time of the party cau cuses. Rev. D. J. Clark of East Haven preached at the Congregational church here last evening In exchange with the pastor, Rev. T. S. Devltt. The subject of Mr. Clark's sermon was "License or No License and the Temperance Ques tion." Jack C. Claire, who pent the sum mer at the Granite Bay hotel, Short Beach, has returned to New York c'iy, where ho has a leading part In ' the vaudeville sketch, "Tho Submarine." One cent a word for each Insertion, or five cents a word for seven times. HON (Kilt IMIS repaired" A, B. Clin ton, 37 I'liiirch slieel. 21 It GOOD driving and business horse, sound and rllilit, $0.0J. 012 State street. sOl tt PIANO, upright. Fischer, $125. Clinton, 33 Church slreet. s21 If H E BOX, S V& ft. longx3 ft. so. 912 Statu slreet. s21 tf KRAIMICII and Bach pliino, $75. Clin ton, 33 Church street. 2l tf ONE IIRItlSlfl mare, 6 yeurs old, fast; and one cheap, good business horse, $15. 012 Slate street. a21 It CHEAP. Lot on Foole street, M feet front, between Dlxwell avenue and Winter street. Burton Munslleld, Law Chambers. 21 ft A l on Kit (new) two-family house, live huge rooms each door, every Im provement, steiim heat. Large lot on lino residential avenue, shade trees. Small amount down, Partly furnished If .desired. Address X X X, Courier otllcc. Hl t MK.VM new Fall hats, J1.00, ft.5) and J2.UII. The Samplo Hal Store, 437 State Hi reel. si 8 Imo FOR SA I.K, A Winchester steam fur nace, (No. Hi) In good condition. Will sell for half price. 653 Chapel street. slti tf FOR SALE. Church and lot 50x129. 65 Park slreet. Applv to A. J. Hulllng ton, 8 Arch street, Ansonla, Conn. (11 7t FOIl SA I,B One Mathushck upright plan and one Mnsou & Hamlin organ for salo cheap. Mrs. L. Rois, No. 400 State MreoU Jyl7 lf CARRIAGES and wagons, all kinds. Come and take them away. V. M. Fow'er, 1480 Whailey. Telephone. m2 tt AUCTION RALE. One cent a word tor eacn lniertlm, or nvo cenia m wuru lur oavvu kimvs. AUCTION SALE R. B. Mallory, Auc tioneer and Appraiser, 1123 Chapel. Thone 2360. Residence 434 Edge wood Ave. 'Phone 2181-2. Household sales a specialty. JBUINESSjCUAJCjE One cent a word for eacn Insertion, or five cents a word tor seven llmti INCHF.ASE your business by sending out perfect Imitations of typewritten letters to a list of customers made up for you at the City Directory Otllce, 2'i'i' Meadow Htreet. Come In und talk It over. s21 2mos , ion nai.k Furnisnca room no use 101 Meadow street. Rooms always ftllod. Place can be inspected any time. Par ties leaving town. Jy2S tf JiOENTWANT One cent a word for eacn insertion, or Ave cents a word for aeven timet. CA V ASSEHS ninke" big money hn n dllns the Wilson Placket Fastener. Sells at sight. Every woman buys, 15c. dozen. Send lor circulars. Nov elty Selling Co., Box 855, A. V., Spencer, Mass. el 9 21 hogs. One cent a word for each insertion, or Ave cents a word for seven time. DCM.S boarded and for sale. At stud prize winning Boston terrier,' cham plon bred French bulldog. Reasonable fees. Vine Cottage, 22 Ward street, savin kock. rnone 432-6. auatir T) I'.SSM AKINQ One cent a word for each Insertion, or live cents a word tor seven times DHEMMMAKIXi First -class dressmaK Ing; ladles' suits: shirt waists, eto. Prices reasonable. 21 Kdgewood ave. Mr. and Airs. Harry (1. Harrison of Main street are spending several days In the "Old Dominion." The Llnewood Grove house at Indian Neck has been closed for the season. Mr. and Mrs. Rice, however, will re main a few days longer before return ing to their home In Merldcn. Mrs. II. W. Averlll, , who has been visiting In Providence, has returned to her home In Branford. Mrs. if, P. Finch of New Haven was tho recent guest of her son, F. A. Finch of Church street. The Finnish Young Feople's society of tho Thabor Lutheran church held a social In the church parlors Saturday evening. A fine' musical and literary program was rendered and refresh ments were served. IMIss Maude Russell, who was the guest of Miss Mahel Fonfe, has return ed to her home l'n Brooklyn. WESTYILLE. The Blues and the Edgewoods' play ed a good game of ball Saturday, the Edgewoods winning 2 to 1. IMIss Sadie Dyer of Harrison street has returned home after a two weeks' stay In the west. One cent a word for each insertlrn, or flvo cent a word Cur seven time. T A 111,15 IIOAUIt wanted, preferably In private fit in 1 1 ; plain, but wholesome cookery. Must lie uilliln six blocks of the Jiini'llon of York and Chapel streets. Suite price. It. C. s21 It III lli ladles', gcnls' old clothes! send posial. Sum Wlilder, Oil (Irani avenue. slO't v, . IIICVCLE WANTED. Second liancl, To llable and of good Appearance, const erbruke preferred. Address A, R. K Joiirnal-Courer, s!4 tf HELP WANTED MALE. One cent a word for eaoh insertion, or live cents a word for soven times. WAYrEH Salesman; must be able to produce 1'i'suliM on a high grudt proposition, Call between a ; 1 0 a.' nu 31u 1. Jl. C. A. building. Bl8 7t WANTED Honest man Willi good ref ereuccs lo I ravel Hlale ol Connecticut for well known Huston wholesale) It r in. Experience not necessary if wiping hi hu.-dU'. Perinnnenl posi tion. f(k' a inuntli aiul expenses. Uood opportunity fur promotion. Ad dress ai. li. t o., 3J? rurkiiiun huild lllg KoHtoh, AlUfcN, slO 21 i, WANTED -Jones' Select Employment Agency, 23 Church street. Telepboiit 2.10J. Connecticut's Largest Agenoy; male und (um.tle help supplied for mar-, caullle end domeutlo service lor ."f and all Kinds ol' work, bent anywhere. HAMbl) FOIl V. S. ARM V Able bod led unmarried men, oetween 18 rtl 36; ciiiiae.iat of tnu UmieJ butcu; of good ciiuuclcr and temperate habits, who can speak, lead and write Eng-liiU. Apply lUcruMing Otticer, K'Ji) Oupel alrvui, .Ni!w Haven; Villi Main en eat. Haillord; 1U22 Alain stivct, til idgcpoi lj lu 8 Hank street, Waterbury. Jyl lyr JSIT'ljON LE. One cent a word for each insertion, or live cents a word luisovtn times. l'li'.l,l,l(;i;T, capablo Boardmau school boy, 18, wants work, pretera bly in ulllce, ailefnouns and eauircJay. tin Giove streul. sU II HELP WANTED FEMALE. One cent a word for uacli insertion, or live cviita tt wo, a (or uven lunus. WAVl'ED A girl for cooking and to u.-.ihi at sweeping. Lily .eieieil'.'H reuuircd. Ca.i i 'i , umouu, oiH . - WANTED A competent cook. Call evuuiiibS. bi Huntington street. slU 81 ' THE Ford Company require the ser vices ut a competent young lady at stocK clerk, ntlernoous only. Bn $1 , UEST help supplied. Mrs, Patterson, ft! William, west Haven. Ter. V152-2. 814 6UI WANTED. All goud help should oall here, Wo supply all tno beat places and always need lartve numbers. Hlee 111:111s Reliable Employment Agency. 7 (j a Chapel. Open evenings. mil If SITUATION wX3l! Ono cent a word for each insertion, or tlve coma a word for seven times. A HEM till, K young woman desires a, , portion us companion to an., elderl lauy. Address C, J)ox 25m, Danielson, Conn. i2lH I 11 1 WANTED Hy well recommended, Hungarian,' situation at .general houscnork. 15 Wainui street.- sl8 bt I , LJ SELECT help, best situations. Mrs, neliHid, bi Court. Uermanr Eiigiisit spuiiuii. Ttlcplione. Bio Imo , ' XXiMA.V, with sixteen year -old girl, desires position us cook. References AI. tilrl to wait on table or cure tor children, Address M. M. C, Courier Ol iicc. -. all tf HY MIDDLF.-AtiED woman. First- - class cuiiK in private family, .so washing or ironing. 17 Brau.loy street. n'i tfs SITUATION WANTED Cnlorod wom an us cook In cily, or general house work, ali.o woman wants laundry worK at home or will go out washing by tho day, M 10 Ha Dlxwell avenue, third lk.or. . aulll tl Mrs. G. Ashley and children of Bar nett streef have returned home after a four months' stay In Nova fcotiu. .Miss Katherlnc Harty of 90 Foun tain street, Is at her home suffering from Injuries received In a train acci dent at Danbury Friday morning. Mlse Harty was badly cut ahont the face und shoulders and is suffering front ..U..l. uiv men n. , The church committee and society of the Congregational church will hold, another important business meetina; In the church parlor Tuesday evening at 7.30 o'clock, Jo which all of the mem bers of the church are requested to bo present. The regular prayer meellnff will be omited. A. Klrschner of West Elm slreet has made a big improvement In that street by laying a sidewalk just below hia iiouwe. aii . rwi .-enri.'i in a iiiriuuci m the Edgewood Civic association. F. C. MM SEP.rOI.SLY IM . Frederick C. Linn, the rpl estate dealer, Is dangerously 111 at his home, 39 Dwlght street. Yesterday lie was somewhat more comfortable, but his condition continues critical,. CH.nF.ll WITH IDLENESS. David Curt is. 73 years old, once fairly well-to-do horse trainer, was ar rested by Patrolman Me.Kernan of the central station yesterday afternoon, and lockrd up on a charge of Idleness. Hi has been seen frenuenlly on Chapel street lounging , around In front of stores recently, and his arrest followed.