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THE FARMER: AUGUST 13, 1915
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ATOSPAY-
COMPLETE
CLEARANCE
OF SUMMER
STOCK
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The. question is squarely before you-
Can you afford to miss this opportunity to buy a
(t splendid Summer suit at a big saving?
We stand so uarely behind the quality of every-
f garment in thfc mark-down, because we know, and
f r nave connaence m, xne nrms mat maiie uiexu ioi us.
5 ,1so our. claim of supreme quality and good style are j
S "ifounded upon absolute knowledge of the goods.
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ALLIED NATIONS CANCEL
ORDERS FOR TWO MILLION
BUSHELS OF U.S. WHEAT
HERE ARE TH
' O W ST TTHT -R tCTFlS :
J-;, FOR, THIS MID-SUMMER MARK-DOWN
3 1"' The actual range of values at each price now 'is
I vcrrpatfiT t.hfl.Ti HiTrincAthe parlv rl avs of the "mark-down.!
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'W-No lines are filled in so that the rapid clearance has
f s orougm; aooui; many, consoiiaaxions ana comDina-v
f Ations of yaiues that work to lyour advantage. ,A
J isplendid time to buy economically. v
IAll 2 and 3-Piece $15:00 Suits are now. only $10.95 ,
) ) 'A11.2 and 3-Piece $18.50 Suits arc now only $12.95,
v J AHM2, and. 3-Piece $20.00 Suits are now only $14.b ,
i All 2 -and -3-Piece -"$25.00 Suits are now only $18.95
BOYS'SUITS AND BLUE SERGES ARE
MARKED DOWN
yAH ' Straw Hats' (except Panamas) Half. Price t. j
Balance of Panamas G-reatlv Reduced V'
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i, J.Iark-Down of Shirts. ? Hosiery. Paiamas. Neckwear. V1
Union Suits, -Motor Attire, etc.
ASK, ABOUT THIN PALM BE ACJH SUITS
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'2tAI Jiii rait s
MAIN JOHN ST.jJ'BRIDGEPORT.CXNKr.
An order for 5,835 pasBenger and
freight cars to cost about $2,000,000
was received by the Pittsbur : Trade
Commission from .France.
It is no wonder that he politicians
arsv gloomy about i business, when
there: are so few state elections this
fall. "; ':- ' -.
Chicago, Aug. 13 Cancellation
yesterday by representatives of the
allies of contracts aggregating nearly
2,000,000 bushels of wheat, bought
for September shipment to Europe
was puzzling the grain trade early
today.
Not only were cancellations report
ed by Chicago concerns, but some
seaboard exporters claimed to have
closed out y open contracts.
Canadian exporters -also reported
some cancellations. James A. Pat
ten, a former heavy trade operator,
discussing the cancellations, said:
"If peace were in . sight, Europe
would still need whea arid she would
have the credit to g-et ;it. The can
cellation of orders, r therefore, would
seem to indicate one of two thitigs.
Either Europe has found a source of
new supply which means Russia; or
Europe finds that she cannot pay."
It was said that two of the largest
firms which cancelled contracts were
fthe Amour Grain Co. and the J. R.
Rosenbaum Grain Co.
It was about three days ago that
the buying stopped. European buy
ers started to beg out of their pur
chases, accepting a loss from 8 to 10
cents a bushel, it was said.
Unconfirmed reports which J. P.
Morgan was quoted as denying, that
the allies were cancelling orders for
wheat were reflected on the board of
trade at the opening today in prices
1 1-8 to 3 .5-8 cents under yesterday's
close. . ,
September wheat, the option most
affected, closed yesterday at $1.11 1-8.
It sold in different parts of the pit at
the opening today at $1.10 to $1.07 1-2.
Immemidately thereafter there was a
sale at $1.0S. December contracts
showed a maximum opening decline of
3 1-2 cents at $1.06.
Traders generally were skeptical a3
to the importance of the cancellations.,
but the tone of the market was ner
MGHT GUARDS WATCH
FOR BANDIT ATTACKS
. Houston, Tex., - Aug. 13 Rumors
that border' . bandits, are crossing
Santa Gertrudis Ranch afid are head
ed toward Kingsville led to the or
ganization of night guards .to patrol
the residential section of. that town.'
The street lights now burn all night
Instead of being turned off at 11 p. m.
Sheriff Scarborough arid deputies are
seeking two Mexicans who appeared
at the dairy. of Robert Simmons, tw,o
miles from Kingsville and demanded
that he" round' up -all his livestock. '
Illinois and' Princeton crude oil3
were advanced 5 cents a barrel to 8 9
cents by the Ohio Oil Co.
The Bank of England bought to,
000 bar gold. f
Established in 1895 ai 629 Wafer
'Sfreet, We have riBbraoch mar
ket. 1
Medium soitshell crabs-35e cloz
Frime soil shell crabs-r-85c dc z
629 : -WATER , STREET
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CUT IN FREIGHT
RATES TO MEAN
CHEAPER COAL?
V'ashington, Aug. 13 Ultimate re
ductions in hard coal prices were seen
by dealers who have kept in close
touch with anthracite production . in
the interstate commerce commission's
decision making sweeping cuts in
freight' rates on the product. They ex
plained that the decision was expected
to put independents on the same foot
ing as companies controlled by the
hard coal carrying roads.
The decision affects freight rates on
anthracite coal from the Pennsylva
nia coal fields. Generally lower rates
called . reasonable are prescribed and
the roads are required to establish
through routes and publish through
rate's to be paid by all shippers. " The
reductions ordered amount to 15 cents
a ton on shipments of the so-called
prepared "sizes such as stove, nut and
egg coal, from the mines to tidewater,
and 10 cents a ton on the smaller sizes
of coal. These rates will now be
$1.45 and $1.35 a ton. Cuts to in
terior points range all the way from
10 to 80 cents a ton.
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SAY
Main.Goidan Mill and MlddU Streets
YOU CAN
50e,
60
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Every Dollar You Speed; at Our Consolidation Sale
I 7 In?.otIaer words, your dollar will purchase at least, wliat $2,00 ordinarily; buys and in most cases more.
THousands of people are opening Cheerful Credit accounts. Thousands of people are saving money. Act be
U foredtiis too late as such a sale as this cannot last indefinitely for remember-we are making no profits simply.
. sellingthe.s4gpqds toobtain room for the new faU stodk. : : 'i''''"-.--- " '- ' - ,;
-f ' 0E AD EVERYONE OF THESE SENS&TIONA
, ,VIerif!5 Suit Never Sold for
- So Little Before:
' ' - The Best . Styles at Prices That J0clipse All
I .Clearance Sale ' pffers. Great Opportunities- for
men. . '
$10 Suits ........... S465 :
$1275' and $14 Suit. - SG-SS.:'
$1675 Suits ; . S9-85
$18 and $20 Suits. . S11-3S;
$22.50 and $25 Suits' S13-85
$27.50 and $30 Suits S 16-85
, ' yBOYS' CLOTHING t
$2.50 jo $8 Suits
Kothlng: held back, all in this sale at '
95c , S1.79, 32:59
S3. SO, S4-59 1
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MEN'S" TROUSERS.
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Yon can afford ATo buy several
at these -pr ices.
pairs -
$1.50 Values
$2.50 Values . ,
95 c
Si.85
MEN'S SHIRTS
They're
7BcSport Shirts.
Wearing. Them . ,
1 Stiff Cuff Negligree Shirts
49 c
59c
$1.50 Soff. Shirts, yFrench Double
$1.50 and $2 Arrow Shirts 15
$5 and $6 Slllc Shirts. ."... ...2 '
4 Womcns Wc$f at Tremcndons Sacrifice
Silk Sweaters - -r - ' '
With sash,- the most popu- 65
lar style, $8.50 value . . . . . fmf.Z,
Jap Silk Blazer ' i
Striped coat with belt, white collar
and cuffs,; $3.50 the regu- 1 95
lar price ... .'. . ,. . '. ....... f fc
Muslin "Underwear ' "
Wonderfulj Values tp RQ
25e to $1 now., . . C " f
Jlouse Dresses' ;
Selling everywhere at
Sale price .;. . ........
taitttlren's Coats
Worth $-8.50. Sale price.
.75c. .39 c
Si .59
"Chilflren's White Dresses 'Q
Always sold , for $3
Childreirs Gingham
$1" values now . .'.
Children's Hosiery . .
Dresses
69 c
8c to 19c
WOMEN'S COATS.
Palm Beach Coats
$10 Half belted, models.
Sale price- ................
$B.50 Corduroy Goats
A popular coat now , . . . .
$10 to $15 Coats'
New models " and fabrics.
Sale price . ........... .
$10 Polo Coats
Everyone wants one.
Sale Price . . .'?. I .
827.50 Silk Coats
Sensational values at
Crepe le Chine Waists
Also China Silks, $3 values
"Palm Beach Skirts
Full flare models. ' Regular
$2 value . .v". .'.
WOMEN'S DRESSES
White Dresses
in summery materials. Q6
$6 values. Your choice
$15' Silk Dresses '
Crepe- de China and
China; Silks, sale price
S3.95
2.85
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S4.69
S5.S9
S 10.79
SI. 69
95 c
DRUMIVIER BOY
OF CHICKAMAUGA
RETtBED AT 64
Washington, Aug. 13 The last offi
cer on the active list of the United
States army who saw service in the
Civil War was placed on the retired
list today when Col. John L.. Clem,
quartermaster's department, reached
the age of 6 4 years and wound up his
official duties at the war department
where he has been stationed for many
years. He retires with the additional
rank at Brigadier General in accord
ance with an act of Congress. Col.
Clem, commonly known as the "drum
mer of Chickamauga," because as a
lad of 10 he ran away from home
and attached himself to the 22nd
Michigan infantry regiment and beat
the drum in some of the. bloodiest bat
tles in which the organization partici
pated, notably at Shiloh and at Chick
amauga, where he is credited
with having killed a Confederate col
onel. ,. He was wounded twice at At
lanta and macFe a sergeant for brav
ery. '-'.
President Grant appointed him a
second lieutenant in the regular army
in 1871. , . , ' " . ..
G. C. DECISiO
HITS RAILROAD
SECURITIES BLOW
New Yorkt Aug. 13 :5Che severe cut
made I by the . interstate . commerce
commission in the revenues of the an
tracite railFoads was reflected, in the
weakness of those, issues at the open
ing of today's stock market. A" block
of,' 3,500 shares of Erie-was offered
down from 27 5-8 to 27, against its
closing price of 29. Reading made an
initial decline of four points' and Le
high, Valley fell as much, later losing
almost a total of six points. " The
entire railway list was adversely af
fected with losses of one to two points
in the Pacifies and some of the east
ern roads.
- Activity , in pool specialties was re
sumed with a gain of five points in
Bethlehem Steel pf d and four and a
half in Virginia Iron, Coal and Coke.
S7.85
WOMEN'S SUITS.
$10.75 Palm Beach Suits -Plain
tailored and embroidered
models. Sale price. . . -4.95
$12 to $37.50 Suits
Never such a price cut for you
can have your choice 69
Nearly 300 Persons '
Get J otis Here In,
July, Reports Show
The monthly' report, of the work of
the free public employment bureaus
of Connecticut for July issued by the
commissioner of labor statistics, is as
follows: - . -'
Bridgeport Applications for em
ployment: Males, 255; females, '243;
total," 498." .Applications for .help:
Males, 124,- females 184; total, 308.
Situations -secured: Males, 110; fe
males, 161; total, 271.
Hartford Applications for em
ployment: Males, 4 27 ;? females,., 192 ;
total," 619. Applications for help:
Males, 207; females, 135; total, 342.
Situations secured: Males, 177; fe
males, 88; total, 2R5.
New Haven Applications for em
ployment: Males, 216; females, 202;
t total, 418. Applications for help:
(Males, 157; females, 158; total, 135.
Situations secured: Males, 130; fe
males, 95; total, 225.
'Waterbury Applications T for. em
ployment: Males, 130; females, 212;
total, '.332; Aplications for help:
Males, 65; females, 91; total, 156. Sit
uations secured; Males, 57; females,
r70; total, 127.
Norwich Applications for "employ
ment: .Males, .16; females, 11; total,
2 7. Applications for help: Males, IS;
females, 15; total, 28. -Situations
secured: Males,"10; females, 9; total,
19-v "..".
Summary Total applications . for
employment, 1,894; males, 1,034;
females, 8 60. Total applications for
help, 1,149; males, 566; females, 563.
Total situations , secured, 907; males,
484; females, 907."
Of the male . applicants for em
ployment, 46.8 per cent, were sup
plied with situations, against 50.4 per
cent, during June. Of the female ap
plicants- for - employment, 49.2 per
cent, were" , supplied with situations
against 54.1 per cent, in June. ' Of
the total number applying, 79 per
cent., were furnished with help,
against ,90 per cent, in June.
. MEN'S; KUItXISHJNGS.
25c Silk NecKwear ; . : . . .10c
25c Wash Neckwear 15e
29c Belts , 17c
50c Work Shirts ... . ; . . . 29c
50c B. V. D. Underwear 36o
10c Hose, a pair 0c
$1 to $1.80 Straw Hats.. 79c
$2 Sweaters ...,.85c
Inc.
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Main. Golden Mill and tXddla. S-fcvee-fcs
Moss
fir.
SUMMER DRESSES AT
MUCH LESS THAN HALF
Summer voiles, batiste, lin
gerie, French linens, etc., in
the prettiest new models.
Values up to SIO. OR
Your choice
ESSE 1
ERIE FLOOD YICTD1S .
XJXDER. CITY'S CARE.
Erie, Pa.., Aug. 1 3- Many persons
who lost their homes in the Mill Creek
flood are still being fed by the city,
600 having been cared for in the de
vastated section. Officials in charge
of the work exprecsed the belief today
that it would be necessary to maintain
both municipal kitchens, the remain
der of the summer. Workmen have
started the erection of a municipal
bathhouse for the unfortunates and
private charities continue active. Fully
5 0 buildings damaged by the flood
were condemned and plans laid for a
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Interesting Specials for
turday at the Big Marke
Legs of Genuine Spring gQ 22C per
Lamb-.
Young Legs of Mutton. ..... T . -J Qq per lb.
Small Lean Pork Loins 1C per lb.
Small Lean Fresh Shoulders . . l4c per lb.
All the Fresh Pork Cuts: Fresn Hams, Hocks,
Heads, Feet, Leaf Lard, etc.
A full line of Roasted Meats and Salads.
Chuck Rib Roasts of Beef 14c to 16c per lb.
Pot Roasts of Beef 12 to 14c per lb.
Fancy Prime Rib Roasts of Beetf, Boston Rolls,
Clods, Rumps, Calves Liver, Forequarters of Lamb,
Fries, etc. - .
NATIVE DRESSED VEAL A PLENTY.
SMOKED AND SALT MEATS.
Smoked Shoulders '
.. 12c per lb I
Gudahy s Diamond Li. ,
Hams 17c per lb
Bean Salt Pork 10c per lb
Corned Spare Ribs
10c pep lb
Squire's . Sugar Cured
, Bacon 18c per lb
Corned Hocks . . 10c per lb
QUALITY POULTRYl
Stewing Fowls .16c per lb
Choice Fowls
20c and 22c per lb
Fancy Roasting Chickens
2oc per ID
Fresh Killed Long Island
Ducks 22c per lb
Fresh Broilers 26c per Ib
Turkeys 24c to 26c per lb !
Native Squab, Guinea Hens, Squab Guineas.-
FRESH NATIVE VEGETABLES.
I 3 Fflnnv Head Tettiine. Green. Wax and Lima Beans,
Crooked Neck Squash; Cucumbers, Egg Plant, Celery,
Chickorv and Romane, Rhubarb, Fresh Peas, Green Corn,?
3 Red Cabbage, Bunch Onioqs, Beets, Carrots, Sweet Pota- j
- ' GROCERY BULLETIN.
Tryphosa Jelly Powder and
Wine Flavors 8c per pkg.
Large Bottle Salad Dress-
ino- L. ....... 8c
1 Sandwich Olives 7c per bot.
jjomino oranuiaip ougar
. 5 lb carton . v . . ..... 35e
BAKERY BULLETIN: i
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Strawberry and Choeolate Marshmallow Rolls 12c
each; Lemon Loaves' 15c" each; Date Cake loc Twisted
Crullers 10c dozen; Chocolate and Strawberry Squares 10c
each; Ice Cream arid White Mountain Cake 10c; Fancy
Line of Pound Cake 12c to 30c; Swedish Coffee Calces 2
for 5c; Gocoanut 'and 'Chocolate Marshmallow Layers, 15c,
9"f- and '.7c each. A full line of small assorted cakes 10c
I to 20c dozen. ,
All kinds of 'bread, rolls, buns biscuits, pies made
frrnn frpsh -fruit . " V 1 .
" " BUTTER. -; ' . :
4 lbs Rice
25c
California Ripe Olives
. - 10c per can
Grape Juice, large bottles,
, 30c; pints 18c; splits. 13c,
2 for 25c.
Broken Macaroni and-
Spaghetti : . . . . 6c Ib
8 Cakes U. S. M. Soap . 25c
Monogram Vermont Print Butter 34 q per lb
jExtra dreamery Tub Butter .... . . . . : . gg
-TEA AND .COFFEE. " '
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Our Best Flat Bean Santos Coffee 20c pej m; 5 lbs for 85c
A Fancy Ceylon Tek used for Iced Drinks -40c per 15
FRUITS
Fancy Native Peaches) large baskets 40c; 2 quarts for
25c Table Pears 30c dozen; Pineapples 12c each; Fjjesh
Coc'oariuts 7c each; Lemons 18c dozen; Green Grapes Sc
basket; large 22c; Oranges 30c dozen.
FISH.
Large Cocktail Blues, Block- Island SwordfisJv Prime
Soft Shell Crabs, Live Lobsters.;
BRIDGEPORT
Pifellcliarief
STATE & BANK STS.
PHONES.
Mm
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E. MAIN ST.
CAKDS FOE ALL THE NEAB FOLKS. CARDS FOB FOLKS AFAE
CARDS TO BESD 1U ..
Step inside 11 Arcade to get them
POST OF F I C E NEWS S T ORE
11 Arcade Only a Short Distance from I,Iain Strs
Xlsn't very tar. Tbia Is what to ask tea
A DAVIS 'QUALITY CARD"
city ordinance that would prevent the
erection of frame buildings in the
creek 'basin. , .' .
President Postpones
- Defense Conferences
Washington, Aug. 13 President
Wilson has postponed until next -week
discussion of the national ' defense
question with Secretaries Carrison and
Daniels. ' v
'Frisco Police Seize ;
Opium Worth $20,000
San Francisco, Aug. 13 Opium
valued at more than $20,000 was in
the possession ' of the state board of
pharmacy today as the result of a
raid in San -Francisco's Chinatown
Jast night by officers of the board. The
seizure which comprised -5 50. five-tael
tins, is said to be the largest single
seizure since impontation of smoking
opium was prohibited. . !
CELERY PLANTS
15c Per dozen
JOHN RECK & SO
i France ; plans (to seize large quanti
ties of rolling1 stock from Germany
after: th, ewar to. prevent a serious
shortage ' of cajs for the-French rs -roads.
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TAKE CARE OF YOU.
WATCH
' Your watcli is a delicate piece oi.
machinery which should be regularly
cleaned and oiled. This work shool I
be entrusted, only to a compete i c
watchmaker. Our repair departmert
can be safely trusted with the fine
watch whether it needs to be mere
cleaned or if It requires repairs of ot
sort.-;. .We can assure you the very bei,
that cart be done in this line and thai
our charge for it will be entirely satis
factory. .WE. ALSO DO ALL ' KIXD OF
JEWELRY REPAIRING . .
H.J. BUECI
The Reliable Jeweler.
43 FAIRFIELD AVUl
Near Middle Street
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