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THE FARMETTTTSCEMBER 28, 1917
1G 3- 1 ear;s Newl 3 H Mil A GREAT GLENWOOD AIR COAL or GAS RANGES AND oosier Kitchen Cabinets .' f II I mi, in I . I mi .1 I ,i l j - Ju , V. - 1. Last 1917 Club Terms J Q Membership Fee Then $2 Weekly While You Are Using the Range, on Any Coal or .Gas Range Priced $55 or Less. , , Zty Membership Fee And Then $4 Weekly on Any Range Priced 'Over $55. v':-, 1 1 DOOSIER CLUB TERMS $5.00 MEMBERSHIP ,.' .. 'FEE- Then $1 Weekly WHAT'S THE USE . ,t ... - Of Working Along With an Old Worn Out Range and an Ordinary Old Kitchen Table When You Can Obtain a Modern Glenwood Range and the Best Kitchen Cabinet Made ' on Such Easy Payment Truly! You'll Be Surprised How Much Your Kitchen Work is Reduced by Having a Glenwood and a Hoosier in Your Home. Everything Else to Furnish a Modern Home is Herd Better and Cheaper Than Anywhere Else. - COMEANDLOOK IT WILL DO US BOTH GOOD 1149 MAIN ST., CORNER ELM ST.: Reduction on entire Stock of Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry Silverware, Glass etc. r Take advantage of this sale and save Money. BUEGHLEk The Reliable Jeweler , 48 FAIRFIELD AVENUE . YOUR DAILY GRIND HAbout the house ". can be much lightened by the use of labor-saving devices. Whether it's a laundry ma chine, electric iron, fireless cookstove, we have the best in each line to ,6ffer you. : . - IWith "conservation" the national slogan, let . our household department help show you how to save, for America and for yourself. i r Friday and Saturday V -V: ;.l,; :;;;::Au,day Balance, of the electrical stock will be sold 1 at public auction at 280 Fairfield Ave. consist- C ina: of Sundries, Chandeliers, Fixtures, Fuses, 1 Hickeys, etc Fancy Northern TarRcys' 40c tb 42c lb r Fresh Turkeys . . 36g lb Fancy Fresh Killed Roasting Chickens ' 5 ...... -v 33c to 35c lb. Large Yellow Fowl . . .... . . . . . . . . . . . . .. -32c lb. Stewing Fowl ... . 26c K. Fresh Killed Ducks i ; .... . ..... , . .... . . . . 35c lb Geese 33c to 35c lb Rabbits . ...... ; v.75c pair Native Squab, Guinea Hens, Squab Guinea. AMERICAN HARDWARE STORES (Incorporated) Ijtm A Grumman, Retail JMrialaa. PATH FIELD AVE. AND MTDDUE SI. GIVE NEW REASON FOR AMERICA'S ENTRY INTO WAR German People Are Told That United States Wants Potash in Alsace. .: '.' Dog Elwood &g-u ADVERTISE JN THE FARMER -Jk' PHONE 3585. AUCTIONEER 280 FAIRFIELD AVE. i SPRAGUE ICE & GOAL CO. DEALERS IN ANTHRACITE AND BITUMINOUS. COAL EAST END E. WASH. AVE. BRIDGE. TeL 4673-4674 ,11 ' . 'A-n After Clhristinas event that is always looked forward to for the remarkable bargains off ered at this time. Every department has something to offer. : Cheerful CJredit is supreme for value-giving. Buy any of these remarkable bargains No Money ; Down-j-$1.00 a Week. "w". lr ;v .'.'",,., ;; :.. MARK DOWNS i MARK DOWNS For Women's and Misses' For Men's and Young Men's Suits 0' coats Onr entlrW greai Hna of uita and overcoats go on sale tomorrow morning bright and 'early at prices -way below ordinary. Every good style lor men and young men in the assortment. Sizes' to fit every man, but come early. - ' ' Values $15 to $370 $7.95, $12J95, $16.95, : $21.95, $26.95 COATS This sale proves onr policy of never carry ing goods over from one season to another for very coat Is in. the height of style in cluding all the popular fabrics, colors and fashions. Some have fur collar and caffs. Sale starts first thing tomorrow morning. Values $12.50 to $40 ; ; $6.95 $14.95 $19,95 Women's and Misses', "SUITS Values which ranre from $16.75 to $45, styles and colors, in an almost Hmitlesa variety, and . Cheerful Credit prices make this an oppor tunity to buy an excellent suit which should not be missed. . $7.95 $14.95 $21.95 Serge Skirts , ; at all-wool serge in black, and 51.95 .SALE OF FURS Our policy of never carrying over from one season to another is clearly shown by selling furs at Pre-Inventory Mark Downs. An opportunity to buy a luxurious fur coat or beautiful fur set at much below regular values. . - . - . If I ii 1 1 1 - IT MS ltM . Hr m i- . 1 1 1 1 I HO t .1 M I Amsterdam, Dec 28. The German people now are being told that the Uni ted States went into the war, not' to make the world safe for democracy, but in order that American capitalists might acquire the potash mines of Al sace. . Professor Roth of Grief swald uni versity, in an article in the Vossische Zeitung, says: "American troops, we hear, are now occupying a portion of the French front. It is quite possible that they will soon appear along the Rhine-Rhone canal, In order to estab lish American claims . to the potash mines there, seeing that America's peaceful- designs on our potash in 1909-19 (by purchase) were defeated by the passage of the German potash law, which . prohibits foreign owner ship. ... t - "Along with coal and iron, potash is Germany's strongest weapon, and if. the best of it, should be taken; away from her, she would be deprived of the best economic club she can wield against the United States. . Without the 260,000 tons of potash fertilizer which the' Americans annually Import from Germany in .peace time, their cotton, tobacco, sugar and fruit Crops would be in perpetual Jeopardy. So: it Is necessary that our world monopoly in potash should remain intact. It will enable us to demand in exchange cer tain necessary raw materials from our present foes. Our -watchword must be. Not one inch of potash-bearing , ii , . sou xo me enemy. Legs of Genuine Spring Lamb. ....... . .30c lb Young Legs of Mutton.il..'l;.;Ti.'"'.26c lb. 'ife Forequarters of Lamb and Mutton. v Good Chuck Roasts of Beef. . . '. .22c to 24 C lb. Prime Cuts of Beef. . ; . .26c 23 c and 30 c lb. Good Pot Roasts of Beef. . . . . .. -20c to 22c lb. Lean . Fresh Shoulders .v. . ... . . . . ... 1 26c" lb. I Lean Fresh Pork Jjoinsv..;.: .27c'Ib. -1 Small Lean' Fresh Hams, Pork Tenderloins, Hocks, Heads, Tails, Eats, Bones, Spare Ribs, Sau sage and Leaf Iiard- i " ; 12" ; " ). NATIVE DRESSED VEAL. , - - Legs and Loins to Roast, Shoulders and Rumps to Stuff and. Bake, Cutlets, Rib and Loin Chops, Choice Pot Pie i Pieces, ' : ; x i. rn-i a; SMOKED AND SALT MEATS. Meadow Brook Hams Dixie Brand Bacon . , . . . V Swift's Smoked Shoulders . : Sticking Pieces of Corn Beef . Bean Salt Pork . . . '. i ..Vi. Corned Spare Ribs . Large Lean Smoked Hams. . . ;::,v::::32c.ib; sX ::38c lb. :v.'..25cib 1 22c 30c 18c ,23c lb. lb. lb. b. SPECIAL HEATERS TO START ENGINE IN COLD WEATHER Richardson & Robbins Plum . Pudding, 1 lb tins : 25c ; small tins 106. Heinz, Franco American. Curtice Bros, and At- mores. Fancy Mixed Nuts 20c to 22c lb Filberts ... Jl . 22c lb Paper Shell Abnonds 30c lb Washed Brazils .". . . 18c lb $85 Mink Marmot Coats. Flare models, self border, satin lining, new side pockets $56.95 $150 Bordered Near Seal Coats. 12-inch skunk border, skunk col lar and ,- cuffs, , brocade lin ing $97.50 $100 Muakrat Coats. Flare mod els, self safjor collar 971.95 $10 Black Kit Coney Sets. .$g.95 $35 Red Fox Sets. ...... .$24.95 $50 Scotch Mole Skin ets. Cape collar and barrel muff .... $33.95 $18.75 Gray Kit Coney Sets $11.95 $20.00 Hudson Seal and Raccoon Muffs $12.95 Men's Trousers wary, belt models. $4 values ...... "Women's "Waists Hosiery, Underwear, Sweaters, Corsets, Bath Robes, House Dresses and Kimonas at Beduced Prices! Children's Wear and Boys' and Girls' Clothing at Beduced Prices! r "Women's and Misses' DRESSES All-wool serges, satins with Geor gette sleeves, taffetas and evening dresses of charmeuse and meline. Values from $J6.75 to $30. " S9.S5 512.95 $17.95 Men's Fur Lined -OVERCOATS Melton and Kersey cloth shells lined with good quality furs, some have fur collars. $40 to $125 values. $27.50 $49.50 $89.50 Mixtures, corduroys and serges in qualities ranging in value from $2 $135, SI 95, $295 ''" Sweaters Fine quality, all-wool sweatres. $2.50 to $8.50 values. $1-95, $395 $5-95 New Flannel Shirts in khaki, gray and blue colors. Values $1.50 to $4. 95c $1.95p $2.95 Men's Furnishings Shirts, Neckwear, Hosiery, Under wear, Gloves, Hats, etc. all at Mark Down Prices. Full Dress and Tuxedo ' ' ' ' Suits ; Complete line both for sale and rent wear. Rental department separate. Starting a car in close to zero' days on cold gasoline does not help to cut down-the gasoline bill, nor does It -aid in assuring the government sufficient supply of , fuel for thousands of cars, trucks, aeroplanes and patrol boats in war service. The kind of gasoline sold today must be heated in cold weather to. obtain efficiency and economy. The carburetor manufacturers have not overlooked that fact and many makes of new carburetors are equipped with efficient heating devices. Present carburetors on old . ma chines can be fitted often with heating devices, while there are a number of these devices which are installed in dependently of the type or make ol carburetor. ' One new comer In , this line is a separate, heating; .unit placed on the side of the engine under the hood and operating independently of the engine. The. heating unit consists of an insulated coil chamber, the coils proper being-, made of seamless cop per tubing and a breather consumes the air currents produced by the fan. A combined valve and burner is used, the fuel being gasoline supplied from a special tank, . A car body radiator .can also , be attached to the engine heater. ' ... Carbon crusted combustion cham ber walls and gasoline waste are syn onomous because of the lost horse power due to the collection of carbon. No longer Is the removing of carbon a job for the repair shop, for several devices are now on the market which do this formerly unpleasant and dirty Job while the owner Is driving his car. These devices stimulate the explosive properties ,pf the gasoline vapor, by mixing water vapor with it. Porto Rico Oranges . v 13 for 29c Florida Oranges .'. . . . . . .35c, 40c: and 50c -doz. New Layer Figs . .5c lb. Malaga Grapes . . . . .zdc id. FRUIT. - ;, Table Apples ...,.. 40c doz. Large Grape Fruit ...".Y. . 10c, 3 for 25c Medium, Grape Fruit '..Y .7 4 for 25c FACY GROCERIES. X: 1 Atmore "and None "Such ' Mince Meat, pkg.' .. 12c Drained Citron . 30c lb Orange and Lemon Peel I . J.,V. . r 25e Tb Fancy Table Raisins, pkg. Seeded Raisins,; large -5 . . - dless llaisins, .. . pkg. ...... 12e and 15c 32c 15c -v NOTICE. ' Our stores will be opened Saturday .and Mon day ' evening, closed all day. New Year's. ; ' ' ; ; SIOP EARLY. ' BRIDGEPORT PnbliciarlietiBraiieii STATE AND BANK EAST MMNrSfe. .,.,,.,;, 1 ' -' jtj curtaili use op spmrrs S T E R S OYSTERS "We have received from the" : wholesalers ' notice of a decided-:; drop in the price of oysters. - - We, handle nothing but Gardner Bay-U( oysters for our opened .stock, genu- ine Blue Points,Cape Cod Salts and Robbin Island for half-shells. .0 r Y s ; SHOES Holiday Slippers, Rubbers, Rubber Boots and Arctics for Menv Women ; and Children ot Special Bargain Prices! Caesar, MlSCHf Inc Aain.Goldsn Mill end MUdle 5ircets JEWELRY Watches, Diamond Rings, Lavelliers, Wrist Watches, Scarf Pins,' Ear Rings, etc. for New Tear's Gifts.- London, Dec. J 8 The Defense , of the Realm Act, which has been nick named "Dora," has come in for more abuse, from hair dressers owing to an embargo put on the use of spirits for ! general use.. This measure has be come necessary in consequence of the enormously increased .demand for munition and Red Cross needs. ;' Dry shampoos and hair lotions are all threatened by the latest order of "Dora" and as the use of methylated spirit for burning purposes is also for bidden, thousands of forced-draught oilstoves which cannot be lighted ex cept by the aid of spirits are made useless. . , ElSH.,,CO. v V. WATER STREET ; TeL rBarnum ,412, 413, ,2697 OYSTERS R S 1 j f ' J ( I The Duke and. Duchess of Devon shire are on their way to Halifax on a special train from Ottawa. PtTNERAL BOUQUET AND DESIGNS . JOHN RECK & SON. $300,000 SPENT FOR HOME, (TARD Through a bulletin issued by mili tary emergency bureau yesterday it is revealed that the amount of $300,000 was expended by the state to . equip 6.000 members of the home guard reg iments in this state. Bridgeport 1-ads the state with eight infantry compa nies, a supply company and an am bulance company. . There are 4,060 men without equipment, and It Is in dicated that they will be placed In preserve gb the, board of control intt mates it will not approve additional expenditures for the home guards. LOCAL MEN WILL TAKE BAR EXAII3 Among the young men who will take the examination for admittance to the state bar appear the names of Charles S. 1 Brody, John . SB. Hallen William F. D. Kilpatrick, and Joseph It Verrille of Bridgeport. ' Horace A. Barton, James A. Hughes and Mills H. Busted of Greenwich; Salv&tor Oennario of Norwalk and Albert A. Golden of Stamford.