THE FARMER: FEBRUARY 22, 1915
George Washington "First In
War, First In Peace, First In The
Hearts Of His Countrymen
M -; nr; - LaJ
HOSPITALS ABB UNDER
ANTI - NABCdTIO LAWS
THE FATHER OF HIS C0U1JTRY
......... - . . . "
n17E Uere Goinfl to Cat It Out Tills Year, But So
yu Riany Customers Dave Been Looliing For It
iliat We Concluded To Run It Once r,7ore.
Ql&mrjmi. Cal ss Ranges
' . Go into this sale very special at 10 off for cash.
I Iicf FlfIIITf fl I if lip 3,11(1 yuu see that yur money stays in the bank
SU5I iiyUi d Llliii: 4 to 5 years to make what you get here at once
Orders have been recelvecr at the
local department, of Internal. Revenue
that under the new anti-narcotic law,
a hospital will be considered as a per
son and the suae regulations govern
ing a physician as to the keeping of
J records of drugs dispensed or distri
buted will apply to such Institutions.
It is also announced that, all bit
ters used for medicinal purposes are
held to be exempt from taxation and
that as Duffy's Malt is considered- to
be a medicinal preparation it comes
under this ruling.
Regarding the displaying of chew
ing gum in glass jars, dealers ire giv
en permission to transfer the gum
from the pasteboard boxes to uit-
play Jars or small glass cases used for
gum solely provided a portion of the
box bearing the stamp cancelled and
with " the , date and . Initials is trans
ferred, with each box. . "
I qUP n3vllii' oji5) o)rA,LJj6
WHililAJV M'DONAliD ESTATE.
Fifty dollars In cash and the use
of his homestead for one year is left
Mrs. Margaret K.ier nan by her father,
the .late William McDonald. His will
was admitted to "probate Saturday. It
provides that the house and lot in De
Kalb avenue valued at. between $1,-
807 and $2,000 be divided share and
shase alike between his children, Mrs.
Kiernan, John McDonald and Mrs.
Mary E. Dunn. Adolph Ventulett and
James Gilmore are appointed ap
praisers. If one of the heirs dies be
fore' the estate is settled,; the share is
to go to his or her heirs. .
LABOR SYSTEM IN
Convict labor received another blow
last night when John j. Manning, ed
itor of "The Garment "Worker," of
New York, addressed members of the
People's Congregational church.
Prison labor at our own -county Jail
was scored. , - ' .
POINTS OP INTEREST.
The Old Made New.
There must be hundreds of people in
this city with collections of discarded
Jewelry not quite good enough to use,
and not quite bad enough to throw
away. So it's Just laid aside, gather
ins dust, and giving more bother than
it seems to be worth. Dring it 4own,
and let us see what we can do with
it. It will cost you nothing to find
out. We will sketch up a suggestion
for remodelling to submit to you, tell
you the cost, and advise you frankly.
At the same time you might bring in
your good Jewelry bring as much as
you like, and we will clean it for you,
making it look new, free of charge
M. J. Buechler, the reliable Jeweler, 48
Fairfield avenue, near Middle, street.
EIGHTEEN COUSINS TO '
. SHARE FITNJf'S ESTATE.
Eighteen cousins, some of whom
live In Bridgeport, others in other
cities in Connecticut, and others in
New fork, Idaho, Pennsylvania and
California are the heirs of John P
Flynn who died here ' several month
ago. Mary A. xaacjjonaia oi tnis city.
one of the heirs, has made application
to have- an administrator appointed
fori the estate: Mr. Flynn was a mem
ber of the Knights of Columbus. His
estate consists of about $2,000 in sav
ings' banks of this city. .
.THE. OLD MADE NEW
There must he hundreds of people
in this city, with collections of discard
ed jewelry note quite good enough to
use, and not quite bad enough to
throw away. So It's just laid aside,
gathering dost, and giving more both
er than it seems to be worth. Bring
it down, and let us see what we can
do with it. It will cost yon. nothing
to find oat. We will sketch np a
suggestion for remodelling to submit
to yon, tell yon the cost and. advise
yon frankly. At the same time yon
might bring In your good jewelry
bring as much as' yon like, and we
will clean It for yon, rat: I nip, it look
like new, free oi charge.
THE Tt.TTTjTATtT.Tn W I1T.FR4J
48 FAIRFIELD AVENUE
HEAR MIDDLE , ST. j w
011. Get -$8 Worth of Goods tot Every ,$5
Oasliyotrrpay. This applies on our Entire magnificent new stock of
f?l7TriihTTJ every description, all our beautiful new Rugs (Whittall's
- 111 ""Iff Excepted) , all our fine Carpets, Linoleum, Oil Cloth, Matting,
Lace Curtains, Portieres, Couch Covers, Pictures, Refrigerators,' Parlor Heat
ers, Baby Carriages, Go Carts, Fireless Cookers, Springs, Mattresses and Pillows.
are Hoosier Kitchen Cabinets, Climax Couches, Shades,
andXJarpet Sweepers. i
BEAR IN MIND
the fact that we now of
fer you a saving in price
at the expense of qual
ity. That "would be no
saving at all.
WE ARE NOW SELL
. ING- PRESn PISH
t - Inspection will reveal -that
quality is the same
high standard as usual.
SPANISH MACKEREL, SEA TROUT HALIBUT,
COD, SALMON, SMELTS, OYSTERS,
CLAMS, ETC. ' '
629 Water St. Tel 412
JOHN F. FAY
f " 610 FAIRFIELD AVENUE' V
Furniture Dealer, Upholsterer and Cabinet Maker; Super
ior Fabrics for Furniture and Draperies. ' Tel. 74
130 -State Street
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FRESH JTtOBf TUB ( Ml!R . ,
GEO. A. ROSSilTSOX S)t9
during this remarkable sale.
ONE. SOLID MAIN STREET BLOCK FILLED TO CAPACITY IS
HERE FOR YOU TO CHOOSE FROM
Eater 1M9 Mala SI.,- Corner.-of ESm St
Will Be Held for Later Delivery for a Reasonable
Time if Necessary.
Foira Good; Rosy;
For CLEAR EYES
-GOOD TEMPER .
--THE CERTIFIED LAXATIVE
A RELIABILE REMEDY
AT ALL DRUGGISTS,
"j ' OR DIRKCr ON RECEIPT OF HIICE
Curts Chemical Co.
117 East 24th St New York;N. Y.
J. D. HARTIGAN, Distributor For Bridgeport.
B 18 I '
; SPECIAliS FOE TUESDAY,
MEAT DEPARTMENT. -
Plate Corned Beef T
Porter House Steak
Poland Brand Succotash, wrapped
can Maine Pack. 12c,. $1.35 dbz.
Cnrtiaa Sros. , Golden Wax. Beans
13cScan, $1.50 loz. ' ' '
Curtice Bros. Cut Green Beans 12c
can, $135 doz.
Telephone Peas, Curtice Bros. 14c
can, SI. 60 doz. ..
Del Monte Asparagus- Green. 25c
. can, $2.75 doz, -. ' v
Alice iElbse Brand Sncotoash wrap
fped can Maine Pack 10c, $1.15
Curtice Bros. Cut Wax Beana 12c
can, $1.35 doz. .
Curtice ' Bros. Whole Bed Beets
12c can, $1.35 doz.
Apple Sauce large can 15c, Gal.
Curtice Bros. Sweet Wrinkled
Peas 18c can, $2.00 do. -
' ' AND BRANCH
(5TATS AND DANK STS.
$SigZS 440-5-6-7-8 "
EAST MAIN ST.
; , SPECIAL-PRICESJ:::"
We are offering the balance of all our Ready Trimmed
Winter Hats at very attractive prices also Ordered "EL&ts
with the latest and newest styles at popular prices, ;
989 BROAD STREET
GEO. B. CLARK & C
LC37-10T3 BROAD STUSET
OPPOSITE POSI OK'&ICa i
...II Ul 3M-
tewf: . .... ...
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200 Beautiful outside rooms
with bath & Flowing ice water
Dnnular Cafe. Gril! '
m and Restaurant - manager
If Iff' -
The Secret of a Good Figure
often lies in the brasciaro. Hundreds of
thousands Gt woven Yrear the Bien-Jolie
Brassiere for the toum that ther rntwrt it
as necessary as a corset. It supports the bin
and back and rives the nrre the. jcouttLCul
outline which fashion decrees.- .
nmiMi wr... tr&i.
are the daintiest, most sei th;ibla?ii jn wauts
imaginable. Only the best erf roateriii-ta r
' used for instance, "Walohn", a Oexibiebon
Ing of great durability absolutely rustless
- pexmitunK laundering; without removal.
They come in ell styles, and yorar local Dry
Goods dealer will show them to yon oa re
Quest. If be does not carry them, he can
easily et them for you by writins to us. Send
for aa illustrated booklet showing styles that
ara in hivh favor.
BENJAMIN & JOHNES '
SO Warren Street Newark, N. J.
JpnJ5 I5est Hose for the entire fatally llcin.
A "V7omen and Children, canalways be fotsnd
in the "Onyx" Brand. '
FOR Quality, Style and "Wear, get a pair cf
"Onyx" Hose in Cotton, Lisle, Silk Licl3
or Pure Silk, from 25c to 5.00 per pair nens
jjenuine without trade-mark stamped c:i
every pair. Sold by all dealers.
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