THE FARMER: DECEMBER 7, 1917
-and See Mow Stylish
MCI COATS arc!
It has been many years since such a practical,
serviceable, becoming overcoat came out. Besides,
there are several models in trench coats enough va-
j4ety to please everyone to assure men of an oppor
f tamty to express their individualty in their overcoat
slection. Just 'drop in tomorrow and try one of these
coats on see how well youH like it how much it
feels like your coat. - .
TilENCB COAT SPECIilLS al $20
THEY MUST BE SEEN TO BE APPRECIATED
OTHER TRENCH COATS $25, $30, $35 TIP
OTHER OVERCOAT MODELS IN ABUNDANCE
W bn tftg, warm, generous great-costs and ulsters Qratt cold
wfnds and storms can merer penetrate. We have dress coats in. more
conservative styles practically any combination of cloth and shade you
prefer. We have- MACKTJIAWS and REEFERS for the outdoor man
for and for Hoed coats for tlie man who uses bis car all winter. This is
T1US (OVERCOAT STORE and through all our offerings rims the pre.
dominating note of the best for your money the most value and a rea
OVERCOATS $15 TO $50
DOWN AND OUT
CO. FORCED TO
She had -worked, loved and was
happy In doing for her children, and
when she started to break down they
were frantic, were willing to do al
most anything to make her last years
happy and free from worry and Ill
ness. Nothing they did seemed to
help; doctors, medicines or rest gave
Finally, when all were about
desperate with worry a neighbor in
duced them to try Phosphated Iron
It had worked such wonders with her
old folks. Ready to grasp at any help'
they got a supply and the way their
mother improved from the start was
almost too good to believe. It sure
was a happy and reunited family and
you can bet they are all boosting
Phosphated Iron to the limit.
Doctors the world over will tell
you what Phospates and Iron will
build up and store strength and
energy against old age and nervous
break downs. One of our leading
physicians says, "The- results I have
! obtained with Phosphated Iron have
been great in cases of old people,
where it was necessary to build up
strength, revive bodily functions,
give them life, renewed youth and
There must be something to it.
Doctors and druggists all tell the
same, story of success.
Special Notice To insure physi
cians and their patients getting the
genuine Phosphated Iron It is put
up In capsules only. Do not allow
dealers to give you pills or tablets,
Insist on capsules. Hindle's Drug
Stores and leading
BftA mm manufacturing munitions i ' Lord Lansdowne praised President
have asked for advance payment on Wilson's war message and admired it,
orders because of financial condl-' adding there were some lmprove
tion. " I ments.
BELLS II? SENATE
Senator McLean Introduced peti
tions from members of the Sons and
Daughters of Liberty of New Haven,
and from citizens of Bridgeport, ask
ing for legislation providing for draft
of certain aliens nito the military ser
vice, and from members of the Junior
Order United American Mechanics of
ethel, Bridgeport, Danbury, Hartford,
Middletown, New Britain, New Haven
and Stamford favoring immigration
The tUhlted Illuminating company
has announced an increase of one
half cent, from seven to 7 1-2 cents a
kilowatt hour, in its rates. Accom
panying the announcement was the
following statement issued from the
company's office: ,
In the early part of the year 1917,
the company was securing ample sup
P'y of high grade soft coal at from
W.85 to $4 per ton, but In the spring
costs of fuel, supplies and labor be
gan to mount up and continued so
doing, anidi still bear evidence of go
ing higher. Hoping this condition
was a temporary one, and that costs
might be reduced, no change was
made In rates, but the company main
tained its service at a cost in many
cases higher than it was getting for
it Coal is now difficult to get at any
price, is very poor in quality as a
whole, vosts from $3 to J350 more per
ton than formerly, and will, unless
some changes take place, cost still
more due to advances In water
freights, tax on freights, etc. All
supplies have advanced more than 50
per cent, and labor is costing far
more than it did. The volume of cur
rent sold has grown, tmt the large
increases In costs of uel, supplies
and labor have resulted in a greatly
increased cost of generating current,
and the company is forced, contrary
to Its usual policy, to increase the
rates fnr current as shown in the
schedules. It is hoped that conditions
may change at an early rate and fuel
and supplies cost less, and that tha
advance in rates may be a temporary
expedient due to war condtlons. 11
should ibe noted that the advance in,
rates kloes not cover the entire in-
druggists every- creased cost of fuel supplies and la
j bor, but the company hopes that the
mhhhhmhi ! volume of current to be sold will in
crease to such an extent that the re
suits will furnish money enough to
pay the additional costs of operation.
SThe sale of Mirro alumina
um at special prices is in
TUntil next Wednesday you
will find the Mirro line at
marked reductions in our
UMirro is stamped, seamless
aluminum ware, designed
for lifetime service. We
believe that it is second to
none on the market.
fManv offerings at excep
The Big Market
Specials for Saturday
DEC. 8th, '17.
I Lean Fresh Pork Loins 26c Id.
Lean Fresh Shoulders 25 C R.
Small Fresh Hams 30 C lb.
Pork Tenderloins, Hocks, Heads, Tails, Ears,
l Bones, Spare Ribs, Sausage and Leaf Lard.
1 Legs of Genuine Spring Lamb 30 C lb
Legs of Young Mutton 2c id
Legs of Yearling, Lamb, Forequarters of Lamb and y
T.yrm ft Grnmman. RiH TMvlf
PATRFTTIJD AVE. AVD MIDWE ST
ELECTION OF G. A. R.
OFFICERS FOR YEAR
WOMEN OF THIS
N. Y. FESTIVAL
A number of Bridgeport women at
tended the St 'Nicholas Tide Festival
at St Mark's-in-the-Bowerle, New
officers of Ellas York city, this afternoon, when a
3, Grand Army large amount of money was realized
for the year 1918. ; ambulance, for Venice, in Italy. The
St. Mark's parish, under Dr. Guthrie,
IS NOW IN FULL SWING ,
A great profit-sharing Sale for the benefit of all our customers. No Music, Flow
ers, Sotrvenirs or other extra- expenses are involved in conducting this sale. We
are Hooverizing and helping you to do the same. Every Dollar saved is an asset
for the future. This m your opportunity to make a substantial saving on Home
Jfanrishings of every description and also on your Christmas purchases. It will
do yon good to read every word of this advertisement carefully. Then you will
fully realize what this remarkable sale is saving for you.
5 Off For Cash With Order
On Our Entire Magnificent New Line of Furniture of Every Description; Our
Great New line of Rugs (excepting Whittall's), Carpets, Linoleum, Lace Cur
tains, Portieres, Drapery Fabrics, Couch Covers, Pictures, Refrigerators, Mat
;. tresses, Springs, Pillows, Baby Carriages, Sulkies, Strollers, etc.
10 Off For Cash With Order
On Glenwood Coal and Gas Ranges, Parlor Heating Stoves, Oil Heat
rs and Hoosier Kitchen Cabinets,
EXCEPTIONS! Whittall Rugs, Office Furniture, Climax Couches,
Window Shades and Bissell Carpet Sweepers are not
VERY SPECIAL $4.75 for Nothnagle's Faultless Combination Va
cuum Cleaner. $1 for Nothnagle's Special Carpet
EXTRAORDINARY! Our Charge Customers will also benefit in this
remarkable Sale. They will receive a rebate of just half the discounts quoted
ahove to cash customers on purchases made during this sale only, provided set
' tlement of account is made in full before January 15, 1918.
' That means 7, rebate on articles offered at 15 off and 5 rebate -on articles
offered at 10 off to eash customers, purchased Dec. 1st to Dec. 15th only. You
are really saving more than we say during this sale beeause our regular priees
are lower than they will be, as all materials used in Home Furnishings are con
stantly becoming scarcer and more expensive. Don't miss this splendid oppor
tunity to purchase Nothnagle quality, Homef urnishings at a much lower figure
than inferior goods are sold for elsewhere. .
Ccme and Look It Will Do Us Both Good
The election .
Howe, Jr., Post,
of the Republic
which took place at their meeting yes
terday afternoon, was one of the most have developed an old Indian legion
harmonious ever held by the post, into a dance, and Miss Kllzaoetn n
The most friendly feeling predomln- mont, of Bridgeport, has interpreted
ated and the following officers were the dance In music,
elected: Commander, J. Henry j The Zuni corn ritual, from which
Blakeman; senior vice commander, j the danee music has been developed,
Edward T. Abbott; junior vice com-' presents the sacred spirit of food in
mander Peter Gabler; surgeon, Almon a graceful, appealing manner. Miss
Freneh; quartermaster, Henry J. See- LAmon, whp composed the danee Bra
ley; cliaplain, Charles W. Scarritt; of- sto. has also (been chosen to render
ficer of the day, Joseph Tyler; officer the accompaniment for th girls and
of the guard, George Sanger; postmen who interpret the Zuni themes,
usteussell Glenn. Francis M. i The St. Nicholas TUle Festiva wilL
' ttt . . p be held tomorrow also. Among- the
the relief fund, Henry J. Seeley, L.y-
Good Chuck(Roasts of Beef.. 18 C to 20 C K
Good Pot Roasts of Beef 16c to 18c K.
Prime Cuts of Beef 22Cp 24c 26c and 23c lb.
Boston Rolls, Rumps, Clods, Calves Liver
Choice Fowl 28c to
Roasting Chickens 30 C to 32 C
Long Island Ducks '. . . 32 C
Turkeys, Geese, Native Squab, Guinea Hens,
Squab Guinea. ,
xu. j- i
man S. Oatlin and William Wirtz; del
egates to the Department Encamp
ment, Lyman S. Catilin, Peter Gabler,
George Sanger, E. T. Abbott, George
attractions presented are exhibitions
of Indian sculpture toy Borghim, and
paintings by Arthur T. Hill, F. Luis
Mora, - Walter Russell, Taber Bears
and Penrhyn Stanlaws. The paint
ings will be given away by lottery.
L,. sorter ana r. w. iBooths hav6 en arranged for the
Marcus B. Warner, Jsawara a.. J-resn-, sate glflB tea flowerSj
sr. itinnram a. aurpny, uanra m.
Curtis, John H. Coggswell and David
All other officers and committees
will be appointed by the Incoming
commander and made public on the
night on which all the officers are In
stalled, which will be on the first
Thursday In January, 1918.
An invitation from the Rev. E. A.
Burns, pastor of the Washington Park
Methodist church ,to attend service
on next Sunday evening, (when an
address will be given by Comrade A.
B. Beers) was accepted and- a, good
many of the comrades will attend.
DEATH OF FAMOUS
1149 MAIN ST., CORNER ELM ST.:
Philadelphia, Dec. T William G.
Woart, one of the best known base
ball writers In the country, died to
day at his home In this city. Deatn
was caused by typhoid pneumonia.
Mr. Weart was secretary of the Base
ball Writers' Association of America
and was an authority on sports. He
was 45 years old.'
Make it a Jewelry Christmas. There
is no other time of the entire year
quite so wonderful as Christmas time.
The smiling faces tell a truly wonder
ful story of cheerfulness and those
who turn to this store for gifts, will
find splendid service. In short, this
is the store of the Christmas spirit.
Come and look at the beautiful dis
play of Diamonds, JewAry, Watches,
Silverware, Cut Giass, Clocks, Toilet
and Manicuring Sets, etc. Tom will
And all goods moderately priced. lib
erty bonds taken in trade at full value.
OPES EVENINGS UNTIL
fort kits, military supplies and many
other supplies. The Malting Pot is
proving very attractive, many of the
guests giving their old Jewelry in this
Mrs. Laurenee Cornwall of Park
ayenue has left Indianapolis where
she has been staying with Lieutenant
Cornwall who is stationed In that city
and is staying for a few days with
Mrs. Bertram Ainsworth at her home
in Cleveland before returning to this
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel C Shaw who
have been at their summer home in
Redding all summer have closed that
place and opened their home on San
ford place for the remainder of tha
Mayor C. B. Wilson is to speak on
Sunday evening at a patriotic meet
ing in the ' Congregational church in
Mr. and Mrs. Walter B. Lashar of
Clinton avenue, went to New York
yesterday and will return to this city
on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Lashar go
down for the opera on Thursday
William D. Bishop, ' Jr., of New
Haven, and who has been very prom
inent In the work of the Animal Res
cue League and its associate the Red
Star Relief work, has enlisted In tha
government service and Mrs. Bishop
will spend the winter with her moth
er, Mrs. P. F. West on Clinton avenue.
SMOKED AND SALT MEATS.
Sugar Cured Bacon 38c K.
Swift's Smoked Shoulders 25 C lb.
Corned Spare Ribs :18c lb.
Sugar Cured Hams .30c R-
Sticking Pieces of Corned Beef 20c lb.
Bean Salt Pork 28c lb.
Corned Pig's Feet. 10c lb.
Smoked Beef Tongues 28 C lb.
13 Porto Rico Oranges 25c
Malaga Grapes 20c
Florida Grape Fruit.
extra large .. 2 for 25c
Medium 5 for 25c
Fancy Florida Oranges
Large Pineapples 20o each
Fancy Table Apples 35c doz
Fancy Boston Head Lettuce, Green and Wax Beans,
Celery, Romane, Cauliflower, Green Peppers, Red Pep
pers, Spinach and Kale, Red Cabbage, Horse Radish Root,
Tomatoes, Mushrooms, Cranberries, Apples, Marrow and
. . 21e lb; 5 lbs for $1.00
Seeded Raisins, foil weight,
Mustard, gallon jngs . . 50c
Flat Bean Santos Coffee
... 20c lb; 5 lbs for 95e
Fancy Head Rice 1 lb
Seedless Raisins . . 15c pkg
Ketchup, gallon cans $1.05
Escallops, Live Lobsters, Smoked Finnan Haddles.
Kippers, Steamers, Little Necks, Opened Oysters and
STATE AND BANK EAST MAIN STS.
Mr. and Mrs. Granville Ooodsell
have gone south and win spend the
winter months In the warm climate.
George L. Bennett of New Tork
was appointed- market expert com
Where are you going
My pretty Maid?
For Fish .
Kind Sir," she said.
"For there I buy
Good Fish so cheap
That much of my money
I manage to keep."
HAYES FIISH CO.
ON WATER ST.
TEL. BARNUM 412, 413, 2697 .
NO BRANCH MARKET.
J' I" -ra!il'UWJaUimlall'lIUMIMWW.lW
982 MAIN STREET
SLIPPERS! SLIPPERS! SLIPPERS!
Make your gift this- year something useful.
Something that will be worn and appreciated long
after other useless gifts are forgotten.
Men's Slippers, Women's Slippers, Children's N
Slippers, 60c, 75c, $1.00 to $3.00.
Leather Slippers, Felt Slippers, Daniel Green's
"Comfy" Slippers. -
SLIPPERS FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY,
THE HOUSE OF BETTER SLIPPERS.
Periodicals, Stationery, Blank Books
TOUTISX xaulOLS, licuciui AJuuii.i3, iicuico, vjcuLJ-iARcuui a
Leather Goods, Arcade Filing Case, Remembrance Cards
for all occasions; in fact, everything to use throughout
the year. -
POST OFFICE NEWS STORE. 11 ARCADE
(1XI.V A SHORT DISTANCE FROM MAIX STREET.
SAVE LINEN FOR
RED CROSS WORK
Washington, Dec 7 Worn and dis
carded" line tracing cloth Is adapta
ble to the making of certain Red
Cross today appealed to users to save
the material for war work.
Laundries in many cities have
agreed to collect, launder and steril
ize this linen and deliver it to Red
Cross chapters and it is hoped to en
list In this work all the power laun
dries in the country.
1 Cross surgical supplies and the Red 1 Itomer Want Ada. One Cent ?orJ
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