Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on December 29, 1948 · Page 20
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 20

Cumberland, Maryland
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Wednesday, December 29, 1948
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EIGHTEEN EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1948 Phone 4600 for » WANT AD Taker. 'One Word Led To Another -* * * * •* * **•*.' 'A Resume Of Politricks .By ARTHUR "BUGS" BAEK • Another Instalment of' epoch " KhE&ins prophecies on the Baer patented abacus.' All during the year 1948. • June 15—Every candidate should •work up a nuisance value. The bigger the clinker the better chance xjj-remainlng on the grate. • • June 16—Tom Dewey's ninety New •York delegates gives him a better say-so than a. nickel in a juke box. . -June 17—The Republican nomination seems to be the door prize at tne convention. • June 18—There seems to be a hitch in production. There is just as much In the Cornucopia of Plenty, but they're pushing it out the jinall end of the horn. , June 18—Hank Wallace has the eircus flare that makes him • stick iis'head in the lion's mouth during the short tenure of » leonine "Ah." .^ June ' 20—The pressure groups •working on Senator Stubbway will Snd * rubber stamp cannot change •tte-aiind June 21— Anytime the GOP pulls a candidate' out of a. hat it's a high silk one. June 24 — When the Supreme Court asks you a question you'd better pull a pair of matched 'sox out of the laundry bag. June 26— If Stalin has an. ear to the ground he should hear the rhubarb growing. June 30 — A 'conservative is a Republican who wears his old school tie to the dentist's. ,'• • July 2— Taft nominates a; pal' like he was -swearing' out a warrant. jujy ^e^-The . Republicans soon meet in Philadelphia the home of Kill the ItCh (Scabies) WithSifacicfe THIS liquid preparation kills In .30. minutes tUoBO Itch raltcs -with which it comes In contaot Buy SUICIDE. from your drus&lat. or send 60c to EUtlclde Co., Commerce, Q». .(Adv.) Advertisement that Quaker proverb, "When about to • trade a lame boss wear thy broadest hat." • July 10. — National politicians should remember the only one hundred per cent racket is stealing milk bottles out 'of baby carriages. July j.2—I recall 'when Truman called in Douglas and said, "Bill, I don't want you running for President on your dinner hour," July • 22—Here's one thing about 'the outlying districts. Straws' show • which way the wind blows. But' the cows .can eat your weather vane. July 30—The V. P. is a "man who plays second . fiddle in a one-man orchestra. (Copyright. 1048, King Feuturm Syndicate, Inc.) . > Notice Of Annual Meeting The stockholders of; the Commercial Sovingi Bank of Cumberland, Md., arc hereby notified that the annual mcct- 'ing of, stockholders will be held at its banking house,: No. 55 N. Liberty St., Cumberland,. Md., on' Jan. 8th, 1949, at- 2:30 o'clock, p.-m. for Hie election of Directors ond'thc transaction "of such other' business as may properly come before the meeting. By Order of Board of Directors, . George C. Cook, Secretary, Dated Dec. 8th, 1948. BEEF PRICES HAVE DROPPED AS MUCH AS 30c Lb. AT THE PUBLIC SERVICE MARKETS PUBLIC SERVICE MARKETS OPEM TO 8 P.M. THURSDAY! r. t. M»oU or. oH good in»pect«d guorontntd quality, you man bt wtiificd with .v.ry cut or your mon.y k ch«rfully refunded. BUT WITH CONFIDENCE ROUND STEAK SIRLOIN STEAK TENDERLOIN STEAK CLUB STEAK Centre Cut Chuck ROAST End Cut Chuck ROAST Standing Rib ROAST JUICY HUMP ROAST ROLLED RIB ROAST TOP ROUND STEAK BUTTON ROUND STEAK STEW MEAT Fresh Ground HAMBURG Nov. 1»t. PRICE 79c lb 69c lb 69c , 49c lb 55c , b 49c, b 55c fb 59c, b 69c , b 79c , b 74c lb 55c, b 55c ,, TODAY'S PRICE 39 Ib. OO ib. , b ib. S&f*. 63' ,,, 59 39 DROP IN PRICE 20c , b 30c lb 30c, b 10c , b 16c lb 14c lb 16c ll 20c ,, 14c lb 14c lb 15c lb 16c , 16c, b GREAT SAVINGS ON ALL CANNED FOODS ! ALASKA SALMON - can MAINE Sardines JERZEE MILK SOLID PACK Tomatoes .89 Ib. cart. 31 C PILLSBURY FLOUR 25 MRS. FILBERTS OLEO SMALL SWEET PICKLES ,t '.» 45c ELBERTA PEACHES Thicks^upNO.z% can 29c JHNSO - DUZ - OXYDOL v ** 31c PLEEZING TEA BAGS 48 <„ 29c EARLY JUNE PEAS 2^ WHOLE WHITE RICE TOILET TISSUE r 4 roll 25c COLUMBUS CATSUP 1* M. bottle COLUMBUS KRAUT 23^ NO. 2JX TOMATO JUICE 46 oz. can GREAT SAVINGS ON FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLE LARGE FLORIDA ORANGES TANGERINES ea. LARGE PASCAL CELERY 23c MD. GOLD SWEET POTATOES LARGE HEAD LETTUCE for BOTH P. $. MKTS. •Will Be Open 6 P. M. Friday 26 N GEORGE STREET AND CRESAPTOWN PHONE ORDERS CALL CUM. 600 Cres. 2865-M Cumberland Cloak and Suit continues all nveek the Christmas Sale we've staged in many a year. A sweeping cfearanc* of coat*, suits, dresses, shoes and children's wear at 50% reductions. Shop tomorrow, while selections are still at their peak ... the savings ar« well worth a special trip. After Christmas coats ... half-price Six special groups. Dress, sports and casual coats in un-trimmed and' fur-trimmed styles. Black and colors. All sizes in the group. Reg. 49.98 coats now Reg. 59.98 coats now PRICE Coats Suits Dresses Shoes Children's ctllCl Legging Sets... f • 24-99 29.99 Reg. 89.98 coots now Reg. 69.98 coats now _..'. 34.99 Reg. 79.98 eoat» now 44 .99 dresses. . .half-price Six special groups. Hundreds of dresses in a wide selection of dress. and casual types. One and two piece. Black and all wanted colors. All sizes. • - , ' Reg. 14.98 dresses now Reg. 16.98 dresses now Reg. 19.98 dresses now Reg. 22.98 dreisei now 11 .49 8 9.99 Reg. 25.00 dresi« "j *>.50 . now . -•- *f Reg. 29.98 drtsses now ............. suits . .. It tilf-price Six-special groups! Stunning, high-fashion suits reduced forimm«- diate clearance. Dressmaker and casual types. Fine wool "fabric*" in black and important colors. Junior, misses sizes. Reg 39.98 suits now 19-99 Reg. 69.98 suits now 34 .99 Reg. 49.98 suits Reg. 79.98 ,ui,s Reg. 59.98 suits *> Q.99 Re 9 89.98 suit* M M .99 now ........ .. .. >M^CF now .......... .. M. M. shoes ... half-price Two special groups. Hundreds of new pairs added for Thursday and Friday's, selling. Dress, sports and casual, types .in a wide range of styles and colors. All sizes in the group. . • -- Regular 3.98 Shoes, Now Regular S.98 Shoes, Now I 99 2 .99 children's coats and coat sets.. .half-price Four special-groups! . . . With the coldest winter days ahead, here's- your- chance to save 50% on a warm winter coat or'legging "set for the children. A large and variedeselection. All sizes. ' • Reg. 19.98 values now . 9.99 Reg. 25.00 values 12 .50 Reg. 22.98 values now .49 Reg. 29.98 values 1/1.99 now -I. -B. Cumberland Cloak A Suit Store

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