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THE BRIDGEPORT TIMES
Friday, June 17, 1921
PLAN PATRIOTIC
' MASS MEETING
The Amerien.niz.aUon Committee of
the Junior Chamber of Commerce has
almost completed plans for the pa-
iiit--Liiiy, lu im nem in
Beardsley Park on the afternoon of
the Fourth of July. .Last Friday the
comitnttee met with the representa
tives of various affe-ncies interest f-d in
Americanization, and also some of the
foreign leaders in the city. The pur
pose of the Fourth of July meeting.
s outlined to this club is to re-em-phasize
American ideals on citizen
ship, so that the people, whether na
tive or foreign-born, will better feel
the meaning of citizenship. Native
born Americans will have a chance
to see some of the contributions ot"
the fgoreitrner to our civilization, a-s
part of the program will be numbers
presented by some of the chief racial
groups. The proKram committee will
be announced later. The speaker will
be a man of national importance. A
partial list of the atrencies co-op?raa
ing in the staging of this meeting is
as follows: Junior Chamber of Com
merce, y. M. C. A., Board of Educa
tion Board of Recreation, and various
groups o fthe city. Other agencies
have been asked to co-opeaste, and in
all probability will do their part to
make the meeting a success.
SOLD "MOON'SUIXK TO
KEEP SONS IX SCHOOL
Portland. Ore., June 1". Mrs.
Lena ilayson wanted her two children
to go through school, so she had to
find a way to make enough money,
she testified in court. Making moon
Bhine whiskey proved the most profi- :
.able undertaking she could engage in :
but the police discovered her still ,
and shot hoies in the profits.
"I couldn't make enough money
with my rooming house. Judge," she
said, "and I simply had to get my
Children through school. I've been
buying them clothes and every
thing." Judge Deich, however, had infor- '
mation to contradict the woman's j
plea and denounced her for saying j
she was providing for the children !
when she was only buying them ex
tras. The Judge sentenced Mrs.
Mayson to five days in Jail and to
pay $200 fine on the eve of the grad
uation from grammar school of the
two youngsters.
HrtWB'a Superior Corned Beef.
The best meut you can bu y i n
warm weatlier. fine for sancl-
ieiies.
6c
14c
22 c
aj,d 14-c
20 c
'''-'20c
25c
S3
I'JTl ii i I 1
296 Fairfiedl Ave. 2380 Main St. ij
MAGNOLIA -flPf I GEAN' SUCrAB 1
MILK, can M.9 I uu
SUNBEAM MILK I 2 I
I m
LIBBY'S PINE- 1 -pSIONT
APPLE No. 2 6)-ic ?TEEES 2 11 I
can, grated. . JdA g No. 1 Can
AUTOCRAT COFFEE I WHITE ROSE TEA I
can Pkg m ,
B SUMMIT TOMATOES 1 LIBBY'S BEANS
1 No. 2 QC I No. 2 Oc 1 f W?WBTOWt9 J
I can & can C5
K -fl C 1 CAKES -f M
Pkg JL I can J. 1
mvifcitr.iiii o xsuinx.- K. tfi it. UJAJ.iJiv.EjiN
LESS HAMS CC BROTH fl IJic j
lb i No. 1 Can. . -I. dk 2
I NAMGO CRAB MEAT 1 RAPPV VATR SAT- !l i 3L&
I6 oz- 1LFC I M0N A $c 11
Can It! I Tall Can SLk M
CRISC0 4 Pc 1 SNOWDRIFT -fj C H
ILUX i IC 1 RINSO file HI
I BOSTON j
I PUBLIC MARKET 1 1
Stratford Avenue, Corner Carroll Avenue
I HAS NO BRANCHES
r.vxcY mow Pnf-aTnej 81 B0 35u;-i1 41c i 1
VERl' BEST "C3i.".'J'G ir, lb. peck 3 g
win e TrsrK -M v" ff-ir IK 111
SPIttXG US3BB I tt.x. g j a
Smoked Shouiders - - 14rC lb. 1 1
Ltiln - I iainu m ! Bi
"r" I , i 1 1 1 1 . t- I :i m 1 1 M M
XT. I Hops B
l.t-an Frrsh 25C i""", " ' ",ri"'r ,, 3SC g
f.ean Wivsli S27 lin ast ol Spring S. O tf S 1 1 Hi ll" I I
Shoulders 1" AC """ ",UC I f"
Milk fed, (lmnclrss) lb Rogg p, n .Y
BSS of milk fed VemM 20C ,1rt tsa "'' ,16C I I
for Stnfnng lb Vt-al II, I
ferr1..".' 2QC r'lV- . . ,24C 1 I
Small LL-an skiimi-d 55e l.e.m Plate t'orn.d C( g
Hams IbT Beet - tt 1
Roast lb PV; '- - I" I K
iun- I"ork Home Made 28f I'Utory Brand 2Qc I H
Sausage- lb n SSZ-IZ! 0 I
GOOD PLATK
OOBNED BEEF
t'HOlCK BOXKIESS
corxed bf.e:e-
lilB ROASTS
OF BEEF
POT BOASTS s
OF BEEF .... O C
BOASTS OF
GOOD VKAI,
I'ORK CHOPS
LAMB CHOPS
lTtF.SH STEWING
FOWIj
ITtESH CHOICE
FOWL
JIXKES GOOD
LITCK B ETTE RIXE
Better Than Batter.
.We positively guarantee the
quality of nnr floods.
3Sc
29c
MANY
DELICIOUS DISHES
may be ma.de with our rich, pure
bottled milk and cream. On hot
days, ice cream that will literally
melt in yotir mouth and make you
overly ask for more. Rice pud
dinp:. bread puddinpr, cakes, sauces.
cust-ds no end of good eatables
made tempting to the palate by in
cluding our milk in the receipe.
MITCHELL DAIRY CO.
210 G ROVE STREET
Phono Barman 5050
Strictly Fresh
EGCS
1c doz.
Fresh Creamery
35c lb.
HOME DRESSED
ULTRY
So much of the cold storage va
riety on the market just now
tha we know vou'll appreciate
our fresh killed fowl even
though the price is a bit hig-her.
F. W. BEHRENS, JR.
MARKET
162 FAIRFIELD AVE.
Telephone 6820.
Advertise in The Times
Washington Market
, 1362 MAIN STREET Creamery E
Eggs 35cdozoCn Saturdays i ntii b p. m Butter . 35 e lb
Sirloin, Round Eegs of Miik Fed
Steak . . 25c lb j Veal ls Vssi
rr.me kid nmcKt'U Vmil
Shoulders 14c Chops . . 25c lb
Roast 18c lb
Rumps of
25c lb
Pork Legs
Loins . . . 20c lb ! Lamb . .
Breast
32c lt Veal ... 18c lb
Pork i Lamb Plate Corned
Chops . . 20c lb ; Chops . . 30clb Beef .... 7c lb
Fresli "'t FrwrTlaiiib
Shoulders 15c lb Roast 120 lb Steak 2 lbs 25c
fresh Chnck
Hams . . 27c ib : Roast . . I5c lb Bacon
Cured
. 2Cc lb
Fresh Killed Bex Hams
Chickens 35c lb Back . . .
fa. i. "Sra TSfV-
320 State St., Bet. Broad ar.cl Lafayette Sts.
Money Saving Specials
Saturday, June 18th, 1921.
MEAT DEPARTMENT.
I Lean Pot Roasts of Beef 12c lb
1 Eoston Rolls 20c lb
Good Rib Roasts of Beef 24c, 28c and 28c lb
I Chuck Rib Roasts of Beef 14c to 16c lb
a Native Shoulder Clods 25c lb
; jjgl
Lamb 30c lb
Spring Lamb 22c lb
enters of Genuine Spring Lamb 25c lb
Qn,Ti I o IOBs-Domi,1 i Legs of Genuine Serine
-oc id cugar Die ft? s 3 . si
rs-TOs2S3E3ss322Esssl : Psi Forequartera ot Genuine
EXTRAORDINARY SPECIALS SATURDAY
JjOijs t.emiiiit' 0 s ; t
Spring Lamb . . lb
Sy. to fi lbs.
Prime llib
Roasts . . 13c lb
t- oretjuarters Genuine
I Spring Lamb lb
91m
Boneless Rump
Roasts . . 20c lb
Chuck ltoasts
12i2c-14c lb
Pot
Roasts10c lb up
Fresh Lean Hamburg
2 lbs. 25c
Less Native Fresh Jersey
Veal . . . 18cjb j Shoulders 15c lb
Rump Native i Long Cut Fresh
Veal ... 25c lb ' Shoulders 15c lb
Breast s
Veal . . . 15
lb
Loin Veal
Chops . . 28s lb
Sprim; Lamb
Chops .... 25c lb
Fresh Pork
Loins . . ISc lb
Fowl
Fed
. . 39c lb
Smoked
Shoulders 14c lb
NATIVE MILK FED VEAL
Rumps of Veal 28c lb
m Loins of Vesl 26c lb
I Breasts cf Veal 18c lb
fenoulder cuts or Veal 24c ID
Forequarters of Veal 16c lb
Veal for Stew 12c lb
Lean Fresh Shoulders 15c lb
Lean Fresh Pork Loins 24c lb
Fresh Hams , 26c lb
MOHiCAN
Saturday
Money
Saving
one
E 1 g: i n Fresli
Gbwned
Creamery
GS
Selected F
L.RD
i lU-st
SPECIALS I
Pure afcsJ de&JLm
CHEESE
Ricb "hole Milk
POTATOES
Faju-y Red Stax
X Pk.
Stewing Fowl .... 22c lb 1 F a n c y Long Island
Fancy Fresh Dressed! Spring Ducks. . . 36c lb
Fowl 36c lb I Good Broilers 38c lb
Native Dressed Broilers, Turkeys, Squab.
Brisket Corned B e e f j Dry Salted Fat Pork .
6c lb
Clover Leaf Bacon 16c lb
Sugar Cured Bacon ....
22c lb
Corned Spare Ribs 12c lb
15c lb
Small Skinned Back
Rams 28c lb
Sticking Pieces Corned
Beef 12c lb
Large Bloater Mackerel 20c lb
Prime Soft Shell Crabs- Large Live Lobsters,
Escallops, Little Necks, Steamers, Opened Long
and Round Clams.
25 lb bag Fine Granulated Sugar for $1.75
2 HOUR SALE 9 A. M. to 11 A. M. 2 HOUR SALE
Fine Bright
ITearling Wliile
Tliey Last
Prime Cut
Round Sirloin
Porterhouse
A Bargain at
This Price
m
Blackberries, No. 2 size
cans, 50c, syrup can 30c
Loins lb 12c Fores IbJSc
q Prime Rib
5 P. M. Roasts, lb
Armours Smoked
k
'Shoulders, lb
1
Lean Pot
ROASTS Ih
Choice Chuck
ROASTS IT)
Prime Rump
ROASTS Ib
Fresh firound
HAMBURG
Sugar Cured
CORNED BEEF lb
Jersey Roasts
PORK Ib
Loan Fresh
SHOULDERS IT. ... .
10c
12c
22c
2 n,s 25c
Sc
20 c
16c
Fresh Cut
PORK CHOPS Ib
Fresh Stewing
FOWL Ib
Golden West
RjOASTIXG FOWL lb .
Short Cut
VEAL LEGS Ib
For Pot Pie
VEAL Ih
Choice Shoulder
." E A L Ih
'ujrar Cured
5 A C O X Tb
20c
24c
42 c
14c
14c
22c
18c
Fresh Slived Liver . . ... 3 pounds 25 C
6c
BREAD
Rye, lb
Wheat
Graham
Mooha CAc
Layers
Each
Coffee ICi.
Each
Fresh
Fniit
Pies. Each
Sngar
Buns
dozen
Biscuits O'
dozen
Cakes
25c
Each
15c
TOMATOES
Sound and Ripe, lb
APPLES
Best Eatim; Quart . .
P K AW UTS
Fresli Roasted lb . . .
B FANS
. . CSroeu. Ouart .
15e
ISC
20c
15c
lulmm
TOILET
PAPER
7
Rolls
CATSUP
I'll re Tnma t o
t A KB
uoi jac
Armour's
Rolled
Oats
2 pk '- 23"
Evaporated Milk, tall
cans 10c
3 for 25c (Compound)
Yellow Cling Peaches, Apple Sauce, large cans
large cans 25c, 4 for 95c j 25c, 4 for 90c.
Home Made Bread, loaf 10c, small loaf 7c
AH kinds of Biscuits 15c doz.
Biggest Cut in Vegetables We Have Had.
3,000 Native Bunch Beets 3 for 20c
5,000 Large Boston Head Lettuce 4c head
1,000 Pecks Beet Greens 20c peck
New Potatoes 50c peck
New Native Scallions 2 bunches for 5c
Long Island Asparagus large bunches 40c
FRUIT.
Fancy Indian River Grape Fruit 10c each
Valencies Oranges , 40c dozen
Fancy Pines 35c each
Medium Pines 18c each, $2.00 dozen
DEMONSTRATION.
Sunshine Biscuits, Ginger Snaps 2 lbs for 26c
Special Assorted Partiboxes 37c
Diamond Brand Ginger Ale, Birch Beer and Sarsa
parilla, case 2 doz. $3.50, allowance of 50c for empty
bottles.
Bridgeport Public Market & Branch
STATE & BANK STS.
EAST MAIX ST.
PHONES
rir ,
Divers salvaging the cargo of the i Displays of specimens of school
"Calvin Thonrpkins," sunk last win- children's handicraft are on exhibit
ter off the local harbor, yesterday un- at the Chamber of Commerce office on
tsarthed a portion of a human arm. I .State street.
ITam and Bacon. Etc. '
fancy -New Ornss . .uaiaiil.cil 59c
Butter IbC Fresh Eggs r.
Magnolia Condensed tfic LT-o Can 14C
Milk . gg Tomatoes
Tall Can 12 C ' "s"n".lH'""s ,trans 9 c
Evaporate-.! Milk .. . and Soup vv
Confectionery lAfi !!' 9" JSC
Sugar 1 n. rg- " pi s-
l.ipton ret 32e 7alPr 12"28c
Ked l.hel . ' Th. pkg. "-'Is pkg. Z,3,
l.ipton Tea 37c iiellocgV Corn 1 lak.K Qc
Yellow Iael ' .. Th . pk g. gog Ti'a.-ti.-. Tg-
Fresh Roasted 23 C , 20c
Coffee Th Jlt n 1-lavor plg.
Fine 15roakf.t 1 O J 1 25C
Cocoa Th UC Head Klce
! .. W liirkman. M.ir. Ozone. 11
J wt . . , 15C I Vis" N.-.ptha soap I'.ar O 2 C
Chocolate Th. pkg. L7J,
KRI7IT. Fmiry iCijH Tonialcxs, (ifn
Xatlvo Straw bei-HA. PcsMChes, rem. Gveen and 'a Bemns,
Cantaloupes, Plm ihmuIi m, r- Natlre l -it t ", Grceu PcppevB,
arii;t, tirapo T-'niit, liarui n:is. Spina h. Itnrih PeOftj lihuharb,
Sivjs'i iounos. in.
EW ENGLAND DAIRY
3 STORES 3
94 Sank Street. Jnst Off Main S.t
12 IS State Street. Cor. Clinton Ave.
2412 North Main Street
Facing Federal Street
FItOM FASTCRE TO TABLE the time it takes to convert milk (he
raw product to food ready for consumption has born reduced to a mini
mum. We pride ourselves cm the general quality of our milk and dairy hv-
FiroctBCta. Try our Butter, Eggs and Cheese Fresh Daily righ from our
arm .
trample our HOME MADE SAI.AD DRESSING. Made from the product.-;
of our farm fresh every day. Xothing but the purest and freshest ingredi
ents ised in the making. . 3 sized jars.
Small l;c. large. 30c: 1 lb. jars. 50c
PURE WHITE GRANULATE D
IN PACKAGES
10 lbs for 65 c
Confectionery 1 lb IOC
Tablet Sugar, pkgs 2 lbs 23c
I'rid." of the Farm Frosh Cream Butter
!:.;.- Pride of the Farm ICpl
One day old, strictly fresh. . w
Pride of the Farm Fresh
Sweet Butter
Strictly Fresh Native
Eggs
38c
33 c
Ih
doz
AjZ j or' fancy Com & Peas for- s mm
1 merly 21e can now 2 cans . .
System
of
aKeries
"We Specialize on
Wedding Cakes and
Birthday Cakes
"Neatness Our Motto"
. 1296 Main Street
Phone, Bar. 2359-4.
Sunbeam Evaporated Milk While Rose Tea "JOr Fresh Roasted Coffee f 10
for 35c 1 an 12c i-2T"iid r
Fancy Full Head Rice 4Cr California Iriel Lima 2SC
Magnolia. Condensed Milk f C. I Tbs 1-ans. 4 Tbs
Ier can Homemade Pot 1 rt o Hi -Vmerlean 111 Cream JR lb.
Cheese .... lUt Mild Cheese mJ
IDTrTrcanl.nanSh 21 C KeUogg s Corn Flakes Qc pkS. Gorton s Codtteta Cakes f can
A Fuli IJne of Tuna Fish. Salmon. Lobster. Shrimp. Sardines. Crabnuat. CodfLh Cnkiy. Boned Chicken
Highest Quality
"From OUR FAIOI TO VOL U UOiVET
'st Prices
WEDDINGS AND
COMMENCEMENTS
Brides and graduates occupy
the center of the stajre at present
and the question of what to give
them in commemoration of the
event is a puzzling problem but
one easily solved at our store,
showing as it does hundreds of
articles in appropriate form in
Diamond Jewelry, Watches,
Kings, Silverware, Cut Glass,
Clocks, Scarf I'ins. Cuff Links,
Fountain Pens, Pencils, Mesh
Bags, Belt Buckles, and all priced
in our usual moderate way, which
means a saving to you of 20.
Your inspection is solicited.
MEN,
TAKE NOTICE!
SPECIAL PRICES
Gillette Razors
were .".00 nmv 3."i0
5.50 " 4.00
7.50 " 5.00
8.00 " 5.50
Durham Duplex
Razors
were. 51.00 now 69c
Leslie Razors
were 5 5.00
12.00
now $2.00
4.25
Main Floor
American
Hardware Stores
Incorporated.
Fairfield Ave. & Middle St
that
'AU
is Hardware and
More."
V
Dora Gladys Leslie la 2 1 years oid
and married. Cullen Land is Is also
married and has one daughter.
Doirt Say "I Saw It In the
fap;r- ay, "l saw it in I lie
times."
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