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THE MORNING JOURNAL COURIER, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1908.
15 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS, AWNING MAKERS, PECOKATOttS. lokso.v & kingsrurv. G40 (.'Iiiiim I Street. Wn ruuko cunnplos S fur wcclcliiiKM and di-t-orii ihm.s fur re- c-i i .1 ii .us. aiiw iw tlm Hum to have, I ( ri i ihi awnings ri'jm h-fil for your win ilnw.'i iiml porches, fur next your uno. Kidluiiirn furui.slicil. Don't forgot Hint we urn the peopl tliat do th'i Work. Tolriilmtiei .11)07-3. "7 If CUNNINGHAM & HON 874 Chapel oi. Awnings, Tenia, Flags, Truck Cov ers, Horse Covers. TentM and Canopies to rent. Decorations for Hallo. eto. AUTOMOBILE REPAIRING. HMJ JUNCTION GARAGE Dlxwell and Hholtun aves. Ucneral Jobbing and Renali-ln crnf Autos and Bicycles. Machine Work and Light Manufactur ing. Telephone 3302-12. liltt KllTOJI AVAKEMAN CO. 8-10 V.r........ .... A,..,.., I ....... i ,..,,1 lilHiicfl Repaired and Reiinisliud. Gasoline und Oils. Engineer und Machinists. Phono 4614. ASTHMA CURE. A POMTMLi cure for Asthma mis neon found. Price 1 per bono). uu- dn-d cured by this modiolus. ic"r put on lliu market until now. Any una can walk, climb stairs or siuep i'" lavs' tiuiitnioiil. William 1'owii-i, in Broad street, City. ARCHITECTS. FOOTE & TOW.VSEJU- Archltecta. 814-216 Aluiley Butlulng, inuw iiaven, uuu. ALTO TIRE REPAIR WORKS. UTO TIRE REPAIR WORKS Auto Tires and Tubes Repaired, Recovered and Vulcanized ou I'reinties. Work Guaranteed. Work called for and de livered. Tel. mi- l Biaia sircei, New Haven. UUNHLE V.'OOU, CHARCOAL, COKE WOOD for Fireplace, Kindling and Fuel Purposes. Best Seasoned Wood. Call us for price, 'Phono Ho4. New Haven Wood Co. , RUS1NESS COLLEGES. YALE BUSINESS' C OLLEC.E Oldest, Largest, Strongest, tiesl. grauuaie live otltoe help. NV , Stone, pre., 116 Church street. BUTTER AM) EGGS. M. C. DINGWALL" Jigge laid yesterday Get here to-day. 74-7ti Congress avenue. BICYCLES AND REPAIRING. V, COLLINS 11 Broadway. Agont for the Truss frame lvcr-Johnson wtusel. Cl'he old reliable). Look this machine over, Sundries nd Supplies. BICYCLE and carriage tires vulcan ized from 75c up. rew Mcycle tires from 11.00 up. at Setlow's. 13.1 Court street a 3 tf HOfiLERS. DA XI IS!, J. DOODY" 719 State street. Bottler of the Famous Gold Medal Tivoll Hampden pale Ale. .'delivery to all parts of city. Telephone 853-2. C. C. BAl'ER Corner Ashmun and Bristol streets. Bottled beer deliver ed to all parts of the city, Thone or ders promptly attended to. CARRIAGE TAINTING. CARRIAGE, Truck and Automobile Palming. ueneral jobb ng of al kinds. Frederick C. Koy:iold. 188-185 kirand avenue. 'Phone Wit. I'ARRIAGES, WAGON'S, HARNESS. liWIGHT U. UALUWIN Crown and Turk street. Carnages, Wagons and IrtineSHi Blankets, Kotms and Whlnu. Itubber Tires attached. Kepaliiiig. UK SKABHOOK A SMITH CAKRIAGK, t ib-.Uanui'acturoi's o( Fine i.Vn-- iatjes. Some Light Surreys and Arch- kxle Runabouts it'or the Heptenihir aim. vome anu see tlieni. Bcpairlng uu iaiin-ms i lages anu Auiomo lles. ' L. M Ul-;liHK 439-443 Mm st Manu- taci.urer oi curruigei and Wagons, tec UriiiK,- Fainting- and Trimming. Au oiiiobllo tops- Automobile painting. LittMl'lill. K. PAGE 110-62 Franklin at. ttjiinuiiii;iui-i ol curriagiis ami Auto- llli.hili. Hlirllt'M. IlMl'Ml .';UM L'Utlulrin.. py experienced men. 'I'hone bun. CONTRACTORS, BUILDERS, ETC l. LUiiOV DUAN Ui Orange St., Cabin et worn, uiuue I'lttlngs, Window and 'oor boi'eeiis. Joiner and Ounorai Job er. estimates furnlulied. Both pnonea. WILLIAM H. ALLIiiA 541 Columbus ave Contraotor and Builder, Jobblim promptly attended to. Teiepiiune J. FITZGERALD Contractor and Builder. Dealer in Real KstaLo. Tui bliune 3uiitiJ. t)00 Ferry aireet, Aew 1VU11, wwii.i. PUUM t. MORTON-478 Btate at. Uar- I llOlli t.f .lltlll.'l' 11 11 I . I I . , Unitiiua utniiHuwti. Utlupiiune ew liavun, uum. .WIN UVVAKVri Ailing street, Car penter and Builder. Fium:,t v,.. Ivoik. aatiMtactioii given. Jobbing pecnUty. I'hone i778-. EOHGE H. COOK til Frank at., Build er und Contractor. Jobbing n hijuciImI. y. Insinuates given on plans at siin otlce. Tel.ipnmio 178U. MALL I'ALWEU Carpenter wn-i. ..1 cnrrill Inlil.lii.r l..,.t . 1 lilshed. 005 Wulnnlpiao ave. 'bhone UAMEH A. FOG AIITV .lm Canner 'st' i iiuMornl Coiitractlnir iiuihi..,. i stlmates on all classes of work. Tel. phono 12US-12. ' iei- , II. HARRY Carpenter and buli,w Kstlmutes furnished. .lobMntc i)fnm. y aUeiidi'd to, am! work of the IjbhI t,. udsnti avenue. Telephone. . W. HARROWS 28 Admiral st., Con trnct t.'arpenter and Builder. Bpeclal Uentlon to Jobbing. KstimateM el,..' ilshed. 'HARLl'JS C.OtrNN impairing- and ( arpenter Jobbing a Specialty, K.ttt nates furnished. Fair prices. 88 Ali. urn street u rS,?.? P,HA.:w' Oa renter and V , n "''""'V ""eniion to Jobbing. o. 1145 Cnmphell avenue West HaveS :inn Telephone B681-2. "aven' l AIUNET WORK, WOOD CARVING." J4HK YALE ART YVOOOWORK CO. V Restores Antique and Modem Furnl- ire to Its natural H.-auty. Mantels now flnnon nnH Vlti, ...s. m Jde to Order. 'Phone 30(10; 128 Park CONTRACTING MASONS. I ' iff' ' ' K n' A, " ClK-'oiitrnlo f a n 1 !,.' , ' , ' rompi aitent on iven to repair work. mr. f.,n k.,h.i carriage repairs. J. T. nil KEN 87 Greene St., Oarrtage and Automobile painting and Repair in Carriage work a specialty. All work k ni"H u I i'tvl. Telephone 1884-9,. CONCRETE WALKS. CONNKCtKLT (ONCHE'i'E CO. Walks, LrlvBwuys and l loors in Con crete; Artllioial Btone and Manila As phalt. UIMi-e; Room 16. 8! Churoh st. JOHN 1'. THOMfMON 204 G off IT a at. (Robinson; uaruonuoa nions lor D'lVBwa.vs and Cellars. Excavating and QrudlnK. Telephone. CORSETS. CXAIIA J. MOOUia 112 Fark street; 1'iHiicli and Uomestlo Custom-Uad corset. Othor specialties for Women' Wear. Call and sue samples at our of tlce. 'Phono 13SB-S. DETECTIVE BUREAU. DUN NY'S DETKCTIYK DIJ11EAU Pre- paring Cases for Court a Specialty. (Star Becret Service System). 8 Church street. ELF.CTHICAL CONTRACTORS. SIMMONS A SON ii. u. Franois, Mgr., 2ii& Norton st. Klflotrlcal contrnot ors, EKilmutca furnished. Telephone B883-2. "Wire for us and we'll wire for you." EYESIGHT SPECIALIST. YOIR EYES examined and fitted with glasses, from $1. Dr. S. S, Relss, cor. Grand avenue and State street EXiaUiSSIAG. FOR SALE New express wagon. Heavy. Will sell cheap. Also car. rlage tor sale. p. McCarthy, 106 Ht John street. ju3 tf FISH MARKET. PEOI'LE'S FISH MARKET Wm. Wll son Ik Bon, 3o Congress ave. Dealers In ali kinds of sea foods. Both tele phones. FLORIST. R. MOORE FLORIST. 1064 Chapel Street, Telephones. 3740 and 3741. GROCERIES AND MEATS. It O 111". 11 T LIT7. Groceries, Meats, Pro visions, etc. Howard avenue and First street. Telephone 278. "Call us up. a3 tf GENERAL CONTRACTOR. WILLIAM III. E General Trueklrg and Teaming. Residence, 82 Wt- chener avenue, New Haven, Connecti cut. HOTEL JEFFERSON, EUROPEAN. LIGHT, Airy Rooms. Comrortable Beds. Free Baths. Transient rooms, 60o., 75c. &t. Weekly, $2 to W. C. Augur, Mgr., 440 State st. Open all night. HABERDASHERY. TEMPTING TROPICAL TOGGERY "SHANI.KY'8." 34 Church Street. HOUSE MOVING. DRAKE A COYLE House Moving, Shoring and Raising, 48 Home at., S. Rock. 'FhonetM,7-2. VT'4 Waahlng - ave.. West Haven. HORSE COLLARS. HENRY SMITH SONS 183 Brewery St., Irish and Pipe .Horse Collars a specialty. Best collar on the market. Also Repairing. Telephone 146-12. HORSES. CARLOAD of horses will arrive to-mor. row moining. Horses of all weight. F.veiy kind of a horse you want you cm find nl, 1S5 Commerce street. Geo. F. Crippa. II. F. ANXON 182-184 George St., Blu, Front Auction Sale und Commission Stables. Auction every Friday at l:3o p. in. T hone 3o73 2. JEWELRY. METROPOLIS JEWELRY CO Poli building, sells reliable Jewelry on weekly payments, cheap. Call or write Open Saturday evenings. hl.ENENE. KLENKNE The household, cleaner will elenn Dress Skirts, Auto Veils Walsis, Silks, (,nces, Neckties, Gloves, etc. Klcnene Soap Co. 112 Park at. LEGAL NOTICE. District of Ntw Haven, ss. Trohnte Court., October 13, inns. ESTATE OF .TAMKaS mH,F,Y. Isle of New Haven, In nM IilMrlct, deceas ed. An instrument in writing purporting lo be the last will and lesinment. nf said deceased having; been pie:,cnel in Court. nd Jerennali Ix.oley of Sow Hnvr-n liavlng made written applica tion praylns that the same mnv be pro. baled, end thai letters testanientarv may be granted, ss by said application on file in this (,'ourl more fully ap pears, it is HU'KIMCn, That said application be heard and determined st a Court of I'robfitu lo be helii at New Haven, In said Msirict, on lh 4th day of venib'.r, 1 Kfis. nt ten o'nloek ln'th fore nnnn. and llial public notice of the pen dency of wild application, and of the time and plsce of Hie hearing thereon, ho given lo all parties Interested In paid estate, by publishing this order three lluicH in h newspaper having a .circula tion in raid lUstiicl. By the Court. ,'OHX U GILSON. o!4 8t Clerk. THE PRODIGAL'S RETURN. Tim Prodigal Son approached the an cestral homestead with a considerable, degree, of plea.sura.ble anticipation, only to be met afar off hy his elder broth er, who fitralghtway lifted up his voice,, saying'. "Our -be-loved Father begs me to In form you that, owing t.r the, fact that he bus but recently been Irivnded hy a prodigal daughter und her titled and Impoverished IiiikIihiuI, he does not at this time feel erjunl to tlin task nf pro viding for you the rreipfni you doubt loss expect snd probably deserve. How ever, ho hidH me request ynu to repair t) ono of tho plain but servlcenhle. res taurants In the village and there so journ until he can get. the present, lnoubnssfis, or Incubl, as the case may be. off his hand, when, if there is nnv. tU'ng left of the fatted calf and other I comestibles, ne will be delighted to nlinro the same with you. "--Puck. The women of Mexico have organized n mothers congi-css, which will hold Its first meeting In December. The president Is Slgnora l.uz (Jnnzale Coslu (lc l,opr,!!, nml Ihe object Is lo .ltd all mothers" w ho need protection, advice or UBnUtiuice. FURNISHED ROOMS. One cent u word fur each Insertion, or five cents a word for seven times. 1 UlMMllvl) rooms to rent with bourd, also table board, licrnmn cooking. Relerenceii exohnngod. 30 Woodier place. o.l2 "t .i 1 lll.MSlll'.l) room, suitable for two. Running water, heal, gas, near bain, 115 Howe street. sill tf 1 I U.MS1II.1) ROOMS Pleasantly fur .nluhed rooms wllh tuble board. All Iionio qooklng. Prices reasonuble. Cen tral. 26 drove street, city. s21 tf PLEASANT, lltiely ftirnlHhed rooms, In private family. All conveniences, lib Olive street ROT water heat, gas and bath; also nicely furnished parlor with use of &lanu for inuslu teacher or pupil. 112 rcene street. sl8 tf i TWO (handsomely furnlshe i ooms, with or without board, In nudum house. 78 Lake place, vl6 tf PLEASANT back parlor and ball bod room. 66 Grove street. Tel. 4072. all tf FRONT room wllh alcove, furnished for one or two gentlemen, bath room on the same floor. All Improvements. 37 Lynwood place. s6 tf TI1B1 ( IIARLTON F.lrgant rooms, gas, bath, electric lights, steam heat, rea sonable. Transient accommodations. 107 Crown street, near Church. Ju23 tf LARGE airy furnished rooms with or without tublo board, home cooking. 131 Dwlght street. au25 tf NICELY fcrnlshod rooms, running wa ter; 'Phone. 11.50 and up. 117 Park street aula tf LEGAL NOTICES. Plstrlct of New Haven, ss. Probate Court, October 12, ltieS. ESTATE OF 9 A II AH K. FI.K.MINO, late oi :e York city, owning property In buhl I'isiiict, deceased, Frank Fleming. Executor, having made written application for an order authorizing n inl empowering him to 3''U ami convey leitaln real esi.iio of paid deceased, as by s.ilr application on llle In this Court more fully appear. It Is OlinKHEI), That said application bo heniii iiinl iiet'-iuiiiit',! al a i ourt .,i Probate to bo held at New Haven. In s.ihl IMstnct, on the HUh day of Octo ber. 1!n$ st ln o'clock In tho forenoon, ond that public notice of the pendency ot caul npnllcstion, and of the tlmo and place of t!;e hearing therein, he given hy publishing this order three times In ome newspaper having a circulation In Ml., I I Mtll . . By the Court. JOHN L. OILSON, o 1 3 3t Clerk. HARRY V. RICHARDS, F.T AL., VS. THE EDWARD F. SMITH CO. CITY COlTtTiiF NEW HAVEN. October 5, ltins. OTtDETt DIRECTING THE RECEIVER TO SELL BUSINESS AND ASSETS Or iiii r.M'A.s'r Cn.MPANY. , Application having been mnde to this Court for an order authorizing the re ceiver of the above named defendant company to sell and convey all the property and assets of F.-ild defendant company. Including franchises, nam" and good will, and now In the hands of the receher, snbl application hav ing been beard and It appearing Hint the prayers thereof should be grunted, It Is hereby OR DltED, That on the 1!Hi day of October, 1 DOS. nl 3 o'clock In the nf cr imen, at the place of business of said company, No. .',",i! Slate street In the city of New Haven, the receiver sell nl public miction, to the highest bidder, subject to the approval ot this Curl, nil tile property and assets of the de fend int In the above entitled action now In his hands as vB"elver, Includ ing stock In trad" and ntatetinl, bills receivable and outstanding Heenunts, find all tights nf mt Ion which inny ex Isi In favor of the recelverof said de fendant, nml the Implements M, ollh'n fixtures, together with the franchises nf said company nml Hs mime and good will, and all other property and assets, of whatsoever kind and wheresoever situated, belonging to snid defeiiibint. Said receiver s nut InnlKed to ii"cepi twenty per cent, nl Hie pile,. ,id on the day of sale, and the renmlnder w it bin ten dnvs f i otn the date of s i'e, and the receiver Is hereby Inst ritct e, to bold the proceeds of said sale sub ject to the future orders of this Ohii-i. And It l further ordered that notice of Hie time and place IA yiven ,v m.,. ion to em h elaininnt whose claim has been presented to the te.elvei. and to each stockholder of said coiini-iuy ,t ropy of t,s order at least seven 1(1 days before iln- llni set for snrli sale, an'l by a'lveitltdng fnhl sale In a neivs papef published In tlm City of Ni M i. ven. not less tiuiii three IS) times elicit week for two weeks prior to the day set tot- sucii sale. It If further ordered that the receiver make his report nf mild sale to lh titv I'onti ot New Haven Immediately nfier su'ii sale has been made, und shall, upon couth mat ion bv said Com I, leak--, eneoiito iind deliver In th name of Ihe Edward F, Smith fompanv nnv and all proper conveyances and oilier written instruments neocssnrv t,, nfect nnll- transfer the said property lo the purchaser thereof. Bv the Court. (HAS. H. ,M A THE WM AN, or, 7 S 13 14 15 lit. Clerk. PROPOSALS F"lt STATE Rt i,VD ' lit K . Sealed proposals will h,. received hv Ihe State Highway Cinunilsslonei Itnoni 27. Capitol, Hartford. Conn.. unlil 2 o'rbick. p m., Moiul-iv, tjiioher 'i, cms. for gravel und leifoid toad in Shnion' four fscdnns grading and tolford road In Warren, macadam road In Vernon, macadam and lellord road In Smith' bnrv. two Kectlnns grading and telt'or.l road In Hartbind, In accordn tve with plans and spmitieatlons. Bldn will plate the price an rermlred In speelflciitlons. The Slate Fllyhvvav Commissioner reserves the riglil lo In crease or decrease (he number of feet 1o he improved, sfler the contract Is let. All bids must be acconmanind bv a bond nf no) less than nne' thlrd of the cost of the work. Anv bidder to wiio.u contract has been awarded refusing to sign the contract nl the prices offered nnd furnish a surety companv bond, or certified check, shall forfeit from his bond a sum equal to the difference In price between his hid, and the next low est bidder, pinna and specincnlions may be examined at First Selectman's bouse In Sonthhurv. Town Clerk's otljce In Rockwell, First Select ina n's bouse In Sharer,. Town Clerk's olllc,, Warren. First Select inn n's bouse In Harlland, or at Ihe oflb e of the Slate Highway Com missioner, Room '.'7. Capitol. The Slate HlKhway Commissioner re serves the tight lo reject nnv nnd all bids Daled Bl Harlford, Conn.. Oct. 12, 1003 JAM ICS II. MA (in IN ADD, Stale rjlghwnv Cunitnisslonnr. Room 27, Ca.pltol, Hartford, Conn, oi? (It $ 1 .00 GIVEN AWAY TO USERS OF THESE COLUMNS 9QQ lo 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. FOJl RFNTt. One cent a wnrd for each Insertion, or five l eutu a word for seven times. I.VI Altl.si:i doctor's odlee, vacant one nionih. 411 College, next New Jlawn house. oil 71 FIVE ROOM, Greenwich avenue. 114 per month All improvements, in- finlre JS. L. Hlno. oi l 8t TWO (lata for rent, Central locution. All modern Improvements. SS George Btreel, in uulro 15. Siiioenberger it Sons. ul4 It LARGE pleasant front room; private family, on car line. 83 Sachem street. o!3 7t f. ; . 1 FV'HNISHED front room, suitable for one, iinir bath. 115 Howe street, olj tf TEN-ROOM HOM.R, TRUMRULL STKEEi". IMME.llATE POSSES SION. ADDRESS "K,"'Courler. 06 7t FURNISHED room and table board I'Umsiiiit furnished room and table board by Hie day or week. o5 7t FOR rent Up-to-date. 2-famlly house lu good location, 9 rooms each, all Improvements, eleolrlo lighting, $f'R per month, II. D. C, this olllce, 2b tf MOST magnlflcontly furnished front rooms to rent. 68 Dlxwell avenue, near Luko place. Call evenings or Sundays, a31 tf 6TOIlE IRJt E N T. One cent word for each luaertlon, or five, cunts a word for seven times. FOR rent Three good storoe In cen ter of city. Inquire M. Apsel, 9o9 Grand avenue. Jyl8tfs LEGAL NOTICES. District of New Haven, ss. Probate Court. October 9, 10H8. ESTATE OF FRANCES hi. BRADLEY, late of New Haven, In Bald District, deceased. The Court of Probate for tho District of Now Raven bath limited nnd ap pointed six months from the date here of for the creditors of said decease.) lo bring In their claims against sail estate. Those who neglect to exhibit their claims within said tlmo will be debarred. All persona Indebted to said estate are requested p mnko Immediate pay ment to JiillN S. SANFORD, 2D, oil) 3t Administrator, BOARD OF RELIEF. The Board of Relief of the Town of New Haven hereby give notice that they will meet In Room No. S. city Hall, on Thursday, October I, Hull, from 1) a. m. to 4 p. m., and dally thereafter un til Thursday, October 15. Inclusive, nnl on Saturdays from 9 a. m. to I p. m., for the purpose of bearing any appenli on the tax list of 1 3 ' 1 S that may come before them. livening session October 15, from 7 to 9 p. m. JACINTO CAHARtEOO. TH'i.MAS F. FIT.SImSiONS, SAM I' El. II. WILLIAMS, s?5 to ol5 Board of Relief. District nf New Ilnven. ss., Probat.v Court, (ictnher 1V l;n ESTATE OF S 1! A H E. LINSLEV, late of ov Haven, In said district, de ceased. The eveentnr having made written application for an order authorizing and empowering htm to sell and conwy certain real t-Mate of said deceased ns by said application on tile In this court mote lully appears. It Is ORDERED. That said application be heard and determined nl a Court of Probate to be held at New Haven In snld district, on the 17th dav of October 10 IS. al ten o'clock In the forenoon, nnd that public notice nf the pendency of paid npplica t Ion, atid of the time and pine" of the bearing thereon, be Riven I'V publishing this order three times In some newspaper having a circulation In said district. Bv the court- JOHN It GfLSON, Clerk. o!2 .It Dlslrbl of New Haven, ss. Probate ( 'ourt ( ictoher P. IfliiD ESTATE 1 1 V MARY E. IVES, late of Ni vv Hivtn In said District, deceased. The Exceptor having made written application praying for authority to compinhilsn pavtiniit of certain notes held by said estate, as by said applica tion mi tile n this Court more fully appeiis, it Is ORDERED. That sad application be beard Mini determined at n Court of Probate to he liebl it New Haven, In mfv lil District, on Ihe pith d IV of Oeto- b"t', limy n: ten o'elo-k In the forenoon, aim llial nuoiic noin-n ,11 ine lenoency of said application, and of the lime nil, place ot the hearing t hereon, be given I bv publishing this order three llme.v In some pewspipor iinviuti a circulation in said Dish lot. By the Court JOHN L. OILSON, o10 3f Clerk. . ORDER OF NOTICE. BR AN FOR 1 1 SAVINGS HANK VS. JAV E. It I SSEIi, State of Conner! lent, New Haven Conn I.V., ss; New Haven. Sept ir,, 100ft. UPON THE COMPLAINT nf the said Brauford Savings Bank praviiig for reasons therein set forth for a Judg ment of foreclosure now pending he. fore the Court of Common Pleas In and for New Haveu county, It appearing to, and being found by. the subscribing a nl horll y. that the said defendant Is I residing in San Franelsen. Cel., and labsenl from this state therefore ORDERED, That notice of the pen dency uf paid complaint be given by publishing this order In the Journal' Courier, a newspaper printed In New Haven once n week for three weeks successively, commencing on or before the 1st day of (ictoher, A. D. IsOS. By order of Court. CHARLES W P1I1EI.T, Clerk of ihe Court of Common Pleaj for New Haven County. s:ian;i4 St navy District nf New Haven, ss Prnhntn Court, Julv 11, iocs ESTATE OF MARV HARRIS GIL LETTE, bile of New Haven, In snl.I District, deceased The (Vnii'i of Probate for the District of New Haven liatlt limited and ap pointed s'x months from the dnte here, of for the cr'.dltoi's of s-ild deceased to hiina in their claims against said estate. Tlio.se who neglect to exhibit their claims within said time will be deba i-'-ed. All persons Indebted to said eslnte are requested lo make Iminedlale pay ment to GEO. S. HASTINGS, 1 Executor, (10 York Square, New Haven, Conn. ol 31 "If at first you don't suc ceed try, try again." Once may not do it, but there is a big chance I LOST AND FOUND. One cent a word for each Insertion, or five cents a word for seven timet. FOIND October 13, Connecticut Co. cars, city ami suburban lines; apply Lost and Found Department, otflce building, corner Chapel and State streets; Lunch box, purso, pair of gioves, wrisi oug, spectacles. LOST Bunk book No. 23363 of National Savings bank. Payment Btoppml; kindly return to Bank or to 311 Whal ley avenue. ol4 oaw 31 FOIND October 12, Connecticut Co. cars, cliy and suburban lines; apply Lost and Found Department, office, building, corner Chapel and State streets: , Umbrella, can of varnish, speciaclos, pair gloves, lady's collar, IlecktlOS. FOUND Canoe in Hamdetu Fred 8. Sturue, 13 North atres't, Illghwood, Conn. ol3 3t FOUND A good place to buy blrdo, rages, seed and supplies at The EMw. F. Smith ft Co., 2o State Street. See our Purity cago. o7 tf REAL ESTATE FOR EXCHANGE. One cent a word for each Insertion, or five cents a ward for seven times. . EXCHANGE We have a client with J3.U00 equity In an 11-famtly tene ment and store near center which pays 10 per cent, on the investment. We of fer this for aula or in exchange for a two or three family house in good lo cation. C. V. Hall & Co., Malloy build ing. 26 If REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. One cent a word for each Insertion, or tlvo cents a word for seven times. FOR SLF Desirable residence, No. 49 Howe sire,. I, corner lot of H.'txllO feet. House In perfect condltton, all modem conveniences, hard wood floors, etc. Inquire on premises, or 112 Chapel st. o!4 2w WANTED HOUSES TO RENT. One cent a word for each Insertion, or five cents a word for aeven times. WANTED Houses to rent In all sec tions of the city. We hnvs morn ap plications than we hove houses to rent. Can we rent yours for you. C. H. Hall & Co., Malley building. S25 tf ROOM AND BOARD WANTED. One cent a word for earn Insertion, or five centa a word for seven tlmea. W4NTED By a young lndy, board and rootu in private fnmllv. Good refer ences. Address A. N. S.. Room 417, 42 Church street. o14 2t One cent a word for each Insertion, or five cents a word for seven times. PIANO lessons; experienced mnln teach er; pupil's residence; 6n cents. Pro fessor. Journal-Courier. oi l it The Sunday-school teacher was re viewing the primary class In the story of Joseph. "Do yon remember what his brothers did with him?" Answer; "Thew threw him Into the snvver." "What office did he hold In Egypt)' 'He was made king." "No not king; hut he was next to the king." "Yes, the Jack." salr slx-year-obi Sammy. Christian Register. S. A. Neal, 7 Hughes Place, Is one who won a dollar by using the Journal Courier's Classified Ad. Page. FOR SALE. One cent a word for each Insertion, or live cents a word for seven times. FINE young high-bred mare nnd tun about. Price low. 1)12 Slate si reel. o 12 t ONE NEW open stunhopo carriage, one seoond-iiund, one. nearly new, and ono new harness; also line young seul brown mare; very low, it 1 2 Slate, street. olO U A BlC VI iiFl 1, new victoria coach bulli by Brewsior & Co., of New Vo,-ir u in ii. woiH verv chean or ex change for auto, lot) Basiiett street. WO I V A YOUNG liiiiie for sale cheap; Rlx i'.L.vi ',! iin.1 n nliiieloll. OOUOe. l'Ull- about. 42 ifovve street. 06 7t WE KENT pianos and apply rental paid tou-urds niirchasu. i Clinton Co., 37 Church street. oi tf MEN'S hats, latest atyla, 31, 11.60 and (2, same hats you pay lllly centa more for elsewhere. The JJullar Hat Store, 437 State street. tf , FOR SALE 2-family house on Bholtotl avenue, 13 rooms nl! improvements, will nay 10 per cent, on Investment. Price, $7,000. C. L. Hall & Co., Alalle.y building. 11 PHONOGRAPHS repaired. A. B. Clin ton, 87 Church street. al tt KUAN It'll and Bach piano, $75. Clin ton. 33 Church street. 21 tf FOR SALE One Mathushek upright plan and one Mason Jfc Hamlin organ for cale cheap. Mr. L. Ross. No. 401) State street FARMS FOR SALE. One cent a word for ach insertion, or five centa a word for seven tlmea. ano ACKESj four mlloa from railroad; $1,700; easy terms; Id acres Weaiport, $900. Hardy, 82 Church alreet o!3 It WHICH farm do you wantT Ono with 2U0 acres, 90, 85, 76, tie, 40, 32, 30, 22. 2), 17, 8; or do you want Just a nice home with from 1 to 6 acres of land? Some of thete farms are slocked and ou eaay terms. Nice home with 3 acrei of land, 100 foot greenhouse. l.noo acres ot land In the Litchfield hllln would make fine game preserve. R, P. Wedge, illlldale. Conn. o5 7t IF YOU have a farm ror sale, I have a number of purchasers for It; or If you wish a farm for $5)0 up, on easy fayments, Bend for a free list, l'aul tusso, 589 Chapel street, New Haven, Conn. au27 tf AUCTION BALE. One cant word for eaon insertion, or five centa a word for seven times. AUCTION SALE R, B. Mallory, Auc tioneer and Appraiser, 1128 Chapel. 'Phone 2300. Residence 434 Edge wood Ave. 'Phone 2481-2. Household sales a specialty. II. J. COSGROVE. auetioneor, -will sell on Thursday at 10 o'clock household furnlturo of all description, carpet sale ut 2 o'clock. Don't fall to attend if you require anything. City Auction Rooms, 41i Slate street, cor. Court street. o!4 2t, I- THE L. HOSTWICK CO., 45 Orange street, auctioneers nml appraisers. Antique nnd used furnlturo, Oulstdo sale solicited. o9 tf JBUcSIEiSSHNCE One cent a word for each insertion, or five centa a word for seven tlro.a WELL established barber shop for sale cheap; business guaranteed. Address H. S.. Journal-Courier. oil 71 INCREASE your business by sending out perfect Imitations of typewritten letters to a list of customers made up tor you at the City Directory Olllce, 20'j Meadow street. Come In and talk it over, s21 2tnos FOR SA LE Furnished room house. 151 Meadow street. Rooms alwnys lllled. Place can be Inspected any time. Par ties leaving town. Jy23 tf ROA RDISJWAjTEO. One cent a word for each Insertion, or Ave cents a word for seven tlmea KOAKDF.lt WANTED Table, board, homo cooking; central; two dining rooms; also meal ticket. L. K. Holt, 26 Grove street. aul'J U' T A RLE boarders wanted. , Home conk ing. 25 Wlnilley avenue. au18lf WANTED Table boarders; something to eat all the time. Homo cooking. Good service. Everything light. Price reasonable, . Nuff said. Mrs. W. E. Ford, 29 Court street, city, jy30 tf DESSMAIWNG. One cent a word for each Insertion, or live cents a word for seven times. DHESSM IlilMi-First -clasn dressmak ing; ladles' suits; shirt waists, eta Prices reasonable. 21 Edgewood ave. MASKAOE. -.. - Ono cent, a word for each Insertion, or five cents a word for seven limes. FREE trend men t nnd drmnustrntlrin of Arnold vibrators. Ciii-p any pain almost Instanlly. Ask your pliyslrlnn. Pnttenls treated at resilience if pre ferred. Vibrators lur sale, Ja.OO to $150. The Pierce Supply Co., 100 Church Street. o7 30t JNjiO U N CEM EN IS. One cent a word for each Insertion, or five cents a word for seven times. ANNOUNCEMENT Sleemnn's Reliable Employment Agency, 703 Chapol St., established 20 years. Largest, best in the state. Best male and female help for any and all kinds of work, Sent anywhere. Open evening.. Tol. 2322. WANTED. One cent a word tor each Insertion, or (lie cunts a word for seven times. W Wi nn At Florence Cilttenton mis slou, l.i;: Oak si reel, curtaliiH to Inuiuler, shirtwaists requiring careful IiuihIIIiik; prices reasonable; satisfac tion guuriuileed. 014 7t l 1 WANTED to buy second hand furnt I lure; carpels and stoves. B. I.,.. P. O. ! Box 811,1. . 08 14t ! IUC1CLM WAN TED.--Second hand, re I liable nml of srooil annearsnce. coast erbrake preferred. Address A. R. K Jourual-Oourer. al4 tf J1LLP AN 1 ED MALE. One cent tL word for each Insertion, or live cents a word tor seven tlmea. A HOY to help in grocery atore, S i ii rr v ut ieel o 1 i 4 014 2t WANTED First-class linotype oper a tor. Apply Foreman, this olllce. WANTED Jones' Scleol Employment Agency, 23 Church strebt Telephone 2203. Connecticut's Largest Agency, male and fomalti help supplied for mer cantile and domestic 'service for ary and all kinds oil work. Bent anywhere. WANTED FOR V. S. ARMY Able bod ied unmarried men, butwoen .18 and 85; oltii-oiis of the United Statos; ot good character and tumpurate habit, who cun apeak, read and write English. Apply Recruiting Ollleer, 890 Chapel Blreel, New Haven; 768 Main street, Hartford; 1022 Main street, Bridgeport! 108 Bank street, VVuterbury. Jyl lyr SITUATION WAA1L1) MALE. Cue cent a word for each inaertlou, or live cents a word for aeven tlmea. UY COMPETENT man, to oare or fur nace. Addresa J. G., care of Journal Courier. 018 7. i POSITION Of any kimi by experience , bookkeeper and ollloe man. &. Q. B Courier. olo7t INTELLIGENT, capable Boardman! , school boy, 18, wauta work, prefera bly in oilloe, afternoons and (Saturdays. 66 Grove street sl2 ti HELP WANTED FEMALE. One cent a word for uach Insertion, ur live con.a a word for aeven tlmea. WANTED Competent waltrea one aleupiug at noma preferred. Ajipiy 382 Whitney, avenue. 014 U AIlW ukiv urin w uni cuyuuio woiu- ... 4 , ..I. U ... V .... 1.1, J ven. $a0 requjitd lor siock, Buslnesa legitimate, money making, permanent ni be in New iiavun D'riaay. AdareM Tim Uueiiu, xuig. Co., XIlo Journaa-Cou-lier. Ql4 2t WANTED JsTew Haven lady ot refine ment and acquaintance to sell on coiumi.sfcioii among Her friends smalt original water color sketches. They are mtelchcs of merit and ottered at very numerate prices, The lady can make money lor nersulf and beneilt her Irieiids. Address "Artist," Juurnal Courlcr. 018 7t I f WANTED. young woman with best references lor general housework. No launury or upsiali work. uS Cold, Spring jitrueU o!2 2t WANTED A good oook with retar tnces. Apply evcnlnga at No. 50 Coia spring street 012 8t WANTED A competent oook, refer ences required. Apply at 423 Pros pect street oi tf 1IEST help supplied. Mra. Patterson, 93 William, West Haven. Tel. 91o2-2. al4 Out WANTED. All good help should call nere. We supply all Hie beat plaaea and always need large numbers,, blee muu'e Reliable Lmployment Agunoy. 7U3 Chapel, open evenings. inl4 tf SITUATION WANTED FEMALE. One cent a word lor each insertion, or live centa a word for aeven tlmea. WANTED a position aa a oook. Ad uress B. t., relerolioes. o!4 It 'VANTD A poHlllon by a good com petent cook in a nice family. N vvushlng. A. U, Cuurtcr olllce. o!4 It - AIRS. ii. v. SliALES aupplles flrst-clasa Jioip. Give ner a trial. Tel. Itj84-i. 106 iuxwull avenue. 1 t DtV'S work wanted by oompetent woman, or wanning borne. 108 Dlx well avenue. Tel. 1084-14. H'i tf SELECT help, best altuatlona, Mra. oeoald, 62 Court German, EnglUlv spoken. Telephone. 15 lmo II - MIDDLE-AGED woman. First class cook in private family. No washing or ironing, it oruuiey wireei. a9 tie .situation YVAvrwu Colored wom an us cpok In city, or general house work, also woman wants laundry work; at home or will go out washing by the day. M 164 ft Dlxwell avenue, third lloor. aul9 tf GARDENING One cent a word for each Insertion, or five, oonta a word for neyon times. GARDENING of all kinds, planting, Krnilliig, turfing, pruning, bulb plant ing, etc, by moat practical man, Flisl-class work, moderate charge. Wiiie P. O. Box 2(, New Haven city. country ami city worn, evuva. 013 7t MEDICMj One cent a word for each Insertion, or live cents a word for seven tlmea. Slll'ERFLBOtlH hair can be Removed on Treatment and the RootB of the Hair Destroyed Cradually. Mra. H. K. Chamberlain, 938 Chapel street, oppo site Trinity church. Telephone 1767. a8 tf CLA IRVIIYANTSPAIjAIISTjETJD One cent a word for each Insertion, or five cents a word for seven tlmea. MARY J. WRIGHT, M. TL, 27 High street- Dr. Wright treats nil diseases nnd Is the best known clairvoyant 1n II... cnlr. Vniii- niltriMiila located with out linking questions, 2d years in Newr Haven. 11' in trouble or doubt, regard, int;- events or people, advice will bn given through the doctor, Clear clalr vovnnl vision. Urndun to of Hahnemann college. Consultation $1.00. Honrs: 10 to 1, 2 to ti, 7 to S. 08 3m