Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on January 12, 1949 · Page 7
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 7

Cumberland, Maryland
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Wednesday, January 12, 1949
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Phone 4600 for m WANT AD Taker EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 12, 1949 "SEVEN- Garrett Couuiiaus Win Potato Prizes ) Annual Sho-w Held Al. 1 State Bureau Mcclhig Four Garrctt, county farmers walked-off-with-honors In the-annual - potato show held yesterday in Baltimore . to...conncctlon with the annual meeting of the Maryland Farm Bureau.:,.:-.-.-.-.. ? The -winners, were William, Richard and- Robert DeBcrry,, Oakland, and .Robert.-Harvey, Swanton. Other winners- were J. Wlllard Toadvlne. Salisbury: \Valden and Leroy Burther. Boonsboro; Carl Smith, Salisbury;. .'Leah! .Jane Toadvine, Salisbury;" ^Riciiard Bolter, Jefferson: ilrs. Kobeft "Williams, Salisbury, and Calvin'ATKUMplire.vs, Salisbury. At the convention the president o! the American Farm Bureau, Allan 3.Kline,.told.the stale Farm Bureau, convention- that the "fixed" price Due Word Led To Another * & The South American Weigh By ARTHUR "BUGS': BAER They buzz me you can buy a bedstead dinner, in the Argentine for thirty cents of the realm. I am templed to rnak-c that trip Just for the pleasure of seeing the -waiter wading i_n the-gravy. It has been a ionf: time 'since I crossed a T-bone v/lth enough authority to antagorJzE Emily Post, Meat is so li]gh these days that only a giraffe can afford to link its chops. • In the old days when 'we.'uscd to shop lor dyspepsia I remember when you could also tie on a beefsteak nose-bag lor thirty cents'. .That In- Argentine steak with the I.orns and tai! on. I'd turn loose some of the finest table manners you ever saw in a trough. (Copirlsht. 1.110. KlnK Feature* Syndicate,-Ir.c.) . - OTppOTts,In,,"effect could lead to dudcd | rer , ch ' fcijed co g cc and a stabilized poverty. He outlined an •-• • • • • alieraaie_" sliding scale of supports recommended to Congress by his He told the fanners that "it's all right to ask for wings, but, let.'sitnrow them away when we iV'Taeed <"tbem any longer." : He J Quit-while some fanners want the, government to "tow them all the^TYay* {<> jshore," the same ones •wa£t~to''jtOTp" right back 'in when theyJearn <>f ,the complicated and expensive .procedure' involved. "" " that "govcrn- b,' do not furnish goods and'servjcef s to the people. Govern- -•- ' ' r',<Ustribute. The people fdVthe ' people only gee vrhnt-aheT-produ ce." -""•" •*"-' v on. State 'Bureau for opposition to of farm pro- farm programs and controlled by ^anners-^and"-that federal cm- plojes'rHSTishinston should be our ssrvanjs-yad^ot our bosses." He^coniected what he called a Jalse Iniprsssta that high food.costs vrvi&aiaedvljy the price, supports. miera'^Jiie^J50t price supports on cattl»-oi"sheep or hogs or poultry or miBuor-.vegetables except potatoes,"'he said. "The high prices for meat came about because there,was too much city money ..." Another convention speaker. Mrs. Hayaiond-ijSajre of Iowa, recommended tower: tariffs. Mrs! Sayre, president of the Associated Women of the American Farm Bureau, said "In this world of economic Interdependence, it-is important that we bny 'rom European nations, ns well as 10 sell to them, if the world is to be put-thackvon its feet." Good News For, Hoiks Who Suffer From ' STOMACH FOOD TASTE INDIGESTION ^o TOU Sr*& blo».t«l und Talwr»ble jtftnr ?T mr«J. tt«« sour, bitter food? If •?".•* ** 'W-T'OU znar set binned re: lief trasCttrlKasfCrouii.dmrwii. Efv jumt.lfood en ten* tiae utoroncb * - Tjtal gwstrle Julco m-utt How normally to ' te*»k-up certain rood particles: else the Jood snjjrfepscnt sour food, ncld tndl- C«aoa and CM Jrcquently CAVUI» a, mor- ola, ".ouciE, Ji^tful, pfevlah. ncrvoiu apptdtc, . . To eel real relief you must IncreMo the aow of .this vital piatrlc Juice. Mcdl- <aa a-umortilM. In Independent laboratory tesl».oa Sudan stomachs, have by jx»icv»:jirocirjhown that SSS Tonic .la amaslatljc -elective In IncrcusltiK this 2ow when it 'is toQ llttln or wnnty duo to a non-orfraalc Hotnach disturb/men. Thlx li due to thr> SSB Tonlo Jormula contain* jpcclBl »od potont uctl- i build-up non- orir»nlc,- UTRK/ walcry blood in nutritional unemia— so with a (rood Dow of thl» Knittrlc diE«tite Juice, plus rich red'• bleed you ihould rut better, sleep bettor, Jert bftie^. jpork better, piny butvrr. A-roldi poiiiablncr yourself with ovcr- ^o&es Q?«?i3Ga- and other nJlcnllzern to counteract RU and bloe.tlnc wben what yo*a ?o dearly send Ij SSS Tonic to help yon dlecst Jcod for body strength and repair. Doa't wait! Join the host of iapur.^poopJ.iivSSS Toale ha,x helped. . iillUonj of iottlct sold. Qet a bottle o! SSS Tonic Hroni»your dniK storo tod»T. SSS Tools aelpj Build Sturdy Health. Adyprtlyemtnt if |al<fl . rl p 'j nd, OrgonJ bf Hommo MUSICAL FUN amazing Solovox to piano, instrumental effects — rio/in, joxop/ione, clarinet, cello, iluii, *<ani inaitf others. • Pltrf the mrloJy on the Sohrox v'rtb-four.-fisht hand, piono occom- -.,,^ «... panimeni v'rth four left hand. • Come In today lo hear and plaj tA* Solomti' Fret Lesion. t terms if you w/j/i, Sold in Cumberland and Vicinity Exclusively by Pianos £/Furniture 13-17 Frederick St. Today tliat combination would set you back three'dollars and eighty- five c.ents. What makes me sorer than a reversed porcupine is w_e had to whip the. world twice to do it. We arc feeding Europ*, we are feeding Asia and if we could grow bananas we would feed 1 the Bushman of Australia. We have shaken the tablecloth out of the window so much that crumbs constitute our biggest crop. • We give away those big steaks'.in Europe and Asia with, the astonish-1 ing suddenness of rain in the tropics. So when -you pay three smackers for a slice or beef you are also host to five Europeans, eleven Mongolians and a-'coupie of unscheduled Hindus. • • ' • A big laugh in oldtime burlesque was when the waiter tells the guest that corned'beef and cabbage cost one dollar and a half. The guest upsets the .table, wallops the. waiter with a chair and yells,. "You can't! carry a dollar ano a half- worth of corned beef and cabbage." Well, boys, that was true in 1910. But today a waiter can carry It In the'back of his •watch.'• And also give you the 'correct time. To the' thirty-cent sirloin .in the Argentine you must afid the.price of transportation and six rhumba, lessons. So the wine of the country! isn't all gravy. This is no complaint Hank. It's a plain statement of facts. No matter how high, the cost of living it is worth it. . But'I still -would'like to calibrate I my . famished astigmatism at ,an Local Industrial-Group Has Ron line Session The Cumberland -Industrial Promotion Committee heard a report on progress with the printing of the promotion brochure, Howard M. Smith, chairman, said, following; a meeting last night in City Hall. Several inquiries" have been received regarding Cumberland and information requested lias been sent out with follow-up programs plan-r n-ed. Smith said. The brochure Is -at the printer's, engravings have been, received and delivery is expected iin a couple of weeks. Plans havo been! made to display, the completed j booklet in the windows of the' Liberty Trust Company, Baltimore and Centre Streets. ' - City Phms Survey For Filler System •'. A survey will be conducted witnin the- next :'ew weeks at the water plant nt Lake Gordon in connection with plans for modernizing the filtration system, Water Commis- sioer William J. Edwards has" announced. A. Russell Vollmer of the Baltimore engineering- firm of Whitmnn, Requardt and Associates, is expect-, cd to .come here to make the survey. . Edwards . pointed out that the firm completed plans some-time ago for the. proposed expansion of the clear well, or sedimentation basin, at tlic plant, which would .be-part of the overall project. The two partners in the firm, Gustav Requardt and Ezra B. Whitman, inspected the plant ycs- . terday afternoon with Edwards, Mnyor Thomas S. Post, Andrew G. Bender, water superintendent, and George M. Hitchcock, superintendent of the Evicts Creek -Water Company. ECZEMA? RELIEVE ITCH PROMPTLY [ Cuticura' soothes promptly—is used by many doctors and nitrsfsJ Buy today _surcl CUTICURASOflPiOINTMENT The '/Merle Norman" Secret belongs to every age! Seeing is believing, end you see improvement in the noturol loveliness of your complexion before you buy Merle Norman. Discover liow lovely you can be! For your free demonstration call the MERLE NORMAN STUDIO. NEW LOCATl'ON 112 S. Liberty St. Phone 5676 Hours 10 A. M.-5:15 P. M. HOW TO REDUCE PAYMENTS By "lumping" all your bill*' or credit accounts into one pl.idc. you cnn usually cut wny down the total of your monthly pnymonts. We do this for our customers ovsry dny. We'll be Rind 'to tell you, too, jujt how much we. cnn cut. your, payment*. 'THE COMPANY! CARRETT'S Men's -All-Woo! JACKETS MACKINAWS Values to $15.00. ! Boy's -JACKETS, Ail Wool or Capeskin Men's Capeskin Leather JACKETS Men's All-Wool SWEATERS fT. $14.00 ........ t .SS.95 Value ..$7.00 ?2.88 Boy's AH-Wool PEA-COATS ?6.49 Flannel SHIRTS Sizcs6 toi s ;....: .. ",._ $1.59 Boy's All-Wool JACKETS ^^^ ?5.00 The New CARRETT'S 325 Virginia Avenue ..Phone 2716 How to pay $130 worth of old bills for $10.89 monthly (on .15 month plan)* YES MAN. soys • Get $100 from Personal to pay . old billu, medical or dental expenses, etc. . . . repay in: amounts you select. $6/72 monthly repays SlOO loan in lull on- 20 month plan (depending on the.purpose). Phone or. see-'the YES MAN today. He says YES to 4 out of 5 loan requests. IJ25 to 5750 or More on Siffn^turc, Furniture, or Car 2«. U.S. j>«t. Off! Faulty one -yc'l. often a factor in automobile, accidents. *. study of California drivers showed. THAT TO SAY YES" FINANCE CO: 2nd Floor • LIBERTY-TRUST COMPANY BLDG. s. w. Cor. BALTIMORE' & CENTRE STS., CUMBERLAND Phone 721 • C. L. Coiighcnou'r, YES MANogcr Locns mode to residents of oil surrounding towns Loons $300 ond less mode under the Maryland Small Loon Act Alsco Aluminum SELF STORING Storm Windows and Doors Stop Heaf Loss! • Save Fuel/ Immediate Delivery EASY TERMS Buy direct from rhil fcctory branch Aluminum Window Co. (OF CUMBERLAND) 711 N. Centre St. PHONE 1930-M For Free Demonstration ALSO AVAILABLE ALUMINUM CASEMENT •• STORM WINDOWS pR.rn.dni> REMOVAL SALE! UP TO OFF OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF ORMOND HOSIERY-LINGERIE-GLOVES-SCARFS Dried Fruits ™fif ^ftftjfi?^ -Call/ornla's finest sun-Urleil fruits —HealUi/ul,. economical. For rV3kxV'^y^m Breakfast, Dessert'iind Pies: ,. Rob-Ford Large Euap. APRICOTS Rob-Ford Sweet Evap. ^ Golden Flavor J.l-oz. Sweet & jAfellow P'w- 3lc 54 Gauge IS Denier NYLONS Pr. E.EGTJLAELY $1.35 45 Gauge 30 Dcnfcr NYLONS 92' REGULARLY 51.25 Pr. NO-SEAM NYLONS 400 J^EEDLE " ' EQUIVALENT ' SI GAUGE 15 DENIER Pr. JIKC. ?J.15 30 DENIER Pr. REG. 51.00 5T Gougo 15 Denier,, NYLONS Pr. 51 Gauge 30 Denier NYLONS Pr. KEGTJI/ARLY J1.3S LONG LENGTH, OUTSIZE, RUN-PROOF, BLACK-KEEL NYLONS, COTTON AND PURE SILK CHIFFON AND SERVICE WEIGHT ALL PROPORTIONATELY REDUCED. Nature Dried Large lb. 4 A Wump & Tender Size . pkff. JoC Chetk Our Fine Line of Tempting, Sparkling DRIED PRU1TS Hob-Ford Extra Choice Evap. i. nv? A f*UlTC swQct lr£<X'A%[*AA<5^9 PJujnp'fc Tender California Seedless D Vf Cf fcIO -Healthful. For II/«lalPl 3 Quick Energy Sun Dried Evap. MIXED FRUITS P k S s J.I-nz. Enjoy n Hot Breakfast Tlicsc Cold Mornings .. .'Try GOLD SEAL Sii; e Pancake Flour 2P ° k T I2c or Buckwheaj Flour Covered iviUi Extra Delicious Syiojps ' , ' • , » Ideal Cane and Maple Syrup Fancy California CARROTS 2 s ° 25 C Danish Cabbage .*™* U. S. Xo. I Tclluw Cooking Onions U. S. XD. I 1'ciiitn. Itlud Liibi-l Potatoes Fancy Ciinudhin Rutabagas TJ. S. N"o. 1 Rome Beauty Apples Western Anjou Pears 2 lk> . 9c io-Ui. 4g c ,bap ^**** ph. 59c 4 , bs 19c 3 lhs 3Ic 2-.b, 31c Irarmdale (Jut Green Beans N «M6c 3SCO Peanut Butter Sj e ; h ; 35c Corned Beef Hash cmirw ] «j 35c Prem Luncheon Meat . "S 45e Speedup Floor Wax Soeeduo Ammonia S," can It. — For Those Empty Sachets — WESTINGHOUSE LIGHT BULBS Watts-35-25•10-50-60 each 12' Peach Preserves pi" 1 2 ;i!,'r 43c Graham Crackers y c c - =;": 2Sc Lean Light Piece BACON Cooked Picnics s ^' Sliced Boiled Ham Chuck Roast Beef Nojax Franks Jumbo Bologna Fresh Ground Hamburg Prcsh ColinLry Sausage n,, 45c rce Cocktatl Shrimp „, 65c n, 50c tb. 55c 45c lh , 49c H.nddock jlc» Fillet lb, 4DC OYSTERS Standard Select a l n 69C cfn 79C 100% DuPont Nylon SLIPS REGULARLY ?4.05 DeLuxe'Rbyon. PANTIES FORBIERLY UP TO $1.53 Flonnclcttt GOWNS and PAJAMAS REGULARLY $3.05 . OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF SLIPS, GOWNS, PANTIES, BRAS, GIRDLES, PAJAMAS, G A RTE R BELTS, BED-JACKETS, ETC. ALL PROPORTIONATELY REDUCED. EVERY ORMOND SCARF PUKE SItK OK WOOL $1 e;^ so • -«-•*'«' KCR-. $1.95 ' *>•. '•*' RcC. $3.95 EVERY ORSWOND GLOVE DOUBLE WOVEN COTTON, WOOL, GLACE, DOESKIN', PIGSKIN Itcff. $1.35 ItCRT. $2.50 .75 >2.35 Kcsr. 55.95 .Kcpr. 52.95 Every Ormond Sport-Sock WXE GAUGfi COTTON ^ AND PURE WOOL »>*|c • >~**' KCT. 35o 39c 55 C 79 d RCiT, 6!)c Keg. SLOO . . EVERT ITEM OFFERED IS FROM OUR REGULAR STOCK, NO EXCHANGES --NO REFUNDS -ALL SALES FINAL / ON JANUARY 29th WE CLOSE OUR DOOR PENDING THE REBUILDING OF A NEW AND GREATER ORMOND HOSIERY SHOP TO BE LOCATED IN THE SAME BUILDING OKfllOTlD fw4*eM~<4*i*>— 103 BALTIMORE ST.

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