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The Item. (Chappaqua, N.Y.) 1896-????, February 25, 1921, Image 1

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latter*pointtrtJnsfsted\of. approximates- - JyffiiJ #' ! CaB68 %of; 80 ahd T B6 dozen >; \ j'l f ea <A, or ab6jife,B£!00 ( ,od6, more tnto an \egg for brealcfast for evtfffr mail, tvom- feu, and child*fn New Xork city. Ecoftdifoy Carried to* Exeeet A short tirne ago, on seeing a mad who was sitting beside me in a cafe­ teria \get away\ with, a large ham­ burger-- sandwicli 1ft three bites, all 'mind your o*wn Business 1 * policies were cast aside and I remarked, \You must intenff to catch an out-of-town train; ybu &re In such a hurry.\ • lie came back with, \Oh h& Tou 6ee every one's stomach requires a cerraln'amount of meat add It Is known thnt by gulping It It takes longer to digest. As meat Is high I eat this way and by so doing I have to eat meat but every third day.\—Exchange. out 'before Wt>r|£ aitd; care had to, be taken < nqt to^tb^w' them too well, or Wey; Wotfld rim into \ a sti<&y~*niass.- 4 in theiffltomer^hey got ^ticky and shapeless tltdess .'kejpt On ice and, taken' but' during \a ratt» Tstorm only.' No one who was anyone thmight his . or her toilet complete wltnfcnft a pair. They had -16 be watched carefully, for once they start­ ed to rot the smell was terrible, and ft waft he &M&r* tt> talc* them out and btify tfreffi. cept fishing worms. -A /)aatWf^g™ have all the worms J ,cpu!pg|g spading up half of his gMJ$K$0^V^ ton Post The Lower Cost Of LiviiiF*^ 1 ependent Market helps g^rid. Below are some\ riches for the wtefcth UNITED STATES 8HIPPINQ BOARD Emergency Fleet Corporatl&h Washington, fe. *G. Offers tbr- r 8aTe by 'Sealed Bf4» f Appri&xfnYaW UO.OOO Tctts Surplus '8hft> Strtf, Hog island, Pennsylvania. Eeklfeii bl&s will be received for the above material In the office of the .United .Starts Shipping Board Emergency STeer Corporation, 1319 F Street N. W y Washington, D. C . on or before 11:00 A. M. March 2. 1921, at whlaft time bids will be opened by the Ch&lrman Each bid roust be accompanied by a certified check In the amount or 10 per cent of the bid Further Information' and proposal forma uill be furnished on request by the Emergrenay Fleet Corpora­ tion, Supply and Sales Division Oflk-o, 6th ana B Streets, Washing- tot., n (? , 140 North Broad Street, Phiirtii.'iphla. Pennsylvania, and 43 Broaii\\a\ fiew York City. THE BOARD RE8ERV«S THE RIGHT TO REJECT ANYX>R ALL BIDS Bii'.;- should be addressed to the Seer IM in, of the United States Shilling Hoard, Washington, D C, a\<l indorsed \SEALED BIDS FOR SURPLUS SHIP STEEL, HOQ ISLAND, Pa., and DO NOT OPEN \ Small Fresh Ham. 32 Large Fresh Harfl <29 Pork fcftins. an> height. . . .81 Pork Shoulders . xii Home-made Sausage M Smoked Shoulders ,22 Sali'P^rk .2* Bacon Squares . . i'i Superior Brand Smo. Hara 3^ - Leg Spring Lamb -.- Stf Forequarter Spring Lamb ltf Chuck Roast or Sleak 2'2 Fresh Chopped Beef..-. . . .25 Boneless Oven Roast 37 Boneless Pot Roast.. .20 Pla&e *>r Naval Corned... . i&4> Shoulders Milk VSai... . 30 Veal, Lamb and Pork Chops .-T2 EXTRA •AW Kinds of B &ctgna FrafikTurV^r's reduced IJ«T !r S<ricUy Fresh Laid Eggs, do/. 4*» Supreme or Brookfield F'liiu Butter ~>~> Fancy Florida Grape Fruit. <^< <>> Maine Potatoes pk F'-eon Fish every day dur-.j ».ent Market WM. S. WOOD, Prop. Pleasantville 411 Two Stores Mount Kl«co=r&$^ SALE ON AT BOTH STORES^? 'You will like: them 2 You 'll like '^*the nifty looking patterns—the r V I^JBface'r^! snappy* looking models -^and your sense of justice will Jr> be tickled when you get wise to •'. their VALUES. On the whole, our offering In made-to-measure tailoring for the •~ Spring is exceptionally fine and we take great pride \n announc­ ing the op6nlng of the season 1 Get measured now and have your suit ?or ^ster» • < - s. FARM WAMTED^&m1£&'~l<)-' heaft^UJ from owner.'of l&rm good. lanU^^^ Cor sale worth the price asked. Jones, Box 551, &taey;> III' - - , MOUNT pl£Att*Nir PRVNTER-VV'ASII H. E. R4CHA)Rb6, Prop. • ^iil^l Pleasanfevttfc, n.*Y. Tetepho«« t20 -J. -v, • FURNISHED H^U#£ WANTED froiri|-J^| May 1 to November 1, in Chap'u'ay^' qua or vicinity by couple witl^jt' - .children. State location and prife-^^ Address, room 23, 82 Nassau ^tr'oeitf New * • -r* SEVERAL V.4LLA' PLOTS of ' fro»i^^||| rbout two\ to seven aeres each' P^—j|^5^ the Greeley estate are being offered. it for sale. Maps and pariieulars- afc*'^J|| s oitice of Edwin Bedell, Ohappaqua. \ CORNER PLOT of: al>Ottt; ihiee cHr> ^ lots in Be Quaimby jParltf-'pj'ici $600. Terms, ^pply to Edwin Bedell ( f ;5v$i Chappaqua. M Y^fv RESIDENCE WITH ACRE; '.aisd^g^r-^y^ age, all improvements' .in' firsitcla ^&v order, convenient to station.' Appl^v^'^ to Edwin Bedell, Chappaqua. >P;31S ; ;.;V '^M — AN EXCEPTIONAL BUILDiNjG PLOT OF TWELVE ACRES jVl •. THE VICINITY OF /CH'APP^' f QUA, SOUTHERN EX^pS&H ^V-j EXTENSIVE VIEW. PLIED WITH PMmd^^^m WATER. ON S^TM^M ELECTRIC LlGMT$^Al*b:^^f ? e^/'^|i^ EPHONE AT HAHPi, CK^SWWlSR Address, CDWltl if^E^fei^SSlSfe Chappaqua

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