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Perth Amboy evening news. [volume] (Perth Amboy, N.J.) 1903-1959, May 15, 1903, SECOND EDITION, Image 8

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If Everybody Only
What Would Bell
the Result?
We often wonder what would happen if everyone knew, as
we do, how actually cheap we sell merchandise on Fridays
how we mark down good, new, desirable goods for one
day's selling, of course it would take our best efforts to
keep the throng from overcrowding our store, and it is
probably well that the public is gradually learning of these
facts, as it is becoming better known we increase our facil
ities to handle the increased trade.
At 9c Each.
Large size Linen Hock Tow
els good value at i2j^c.
At 5c Yard.
_ Heavy Crash Toweling 18 in
? ches wide regular price 7c.
At 7c Yard.
3 India Lawn fine sheer goods
I worth to 10c.
At 7c Yard.
Gingham and Seersucker stripe
and chick styles worth i2^c.
At 8c Yard.
All silk Ribbons Nos. 9 ? 12 ?
16 worth up to 25c.
At 4c Yard.
An old lot of braids for dress
trimming worth more than doub
At llc'Pair.
Ladies fast black lace Hose
worth 15c.
At 43c Each.
Womens Seersucker UndeV* ?
skirts good quality nicely made ?
value is 59c.
At 98c Each.
Tapestry Table Covers 8-4 B
size colors red and green worth g
At $2.49 Pair.
Chenille Portieres full length ?
and width fringe top and bottom S
worth S3. 50.
At $2.50 Each.
Womens Spring Jackets silk
and satin lined, sizes 32?34 and
36, worth up to $6.00
, At $3 50.
Childrens all wool Spring
Coats sizes 6 ? S ? 10 ? 12 ? 14
worth up to $ 6.00 .
Telephone Call 108.
i ^/128>-130 Smith St., Perth Amboy.
The Greatest
Wrapper Sale
We have had for some
time will take place
Saturday and Monday
May 16th and 18th
Wrappers of standard percale
ruffle over shoulder, braid
trimmed, in Navy blue, gar
net, grey and black and white
with deep flounce, sizes 34 to
to 44, for Saturday and Mon
day instead of 79c, at
Lawn Kimonos, Light and
dark colors, regular 50c grade
for Saturday and Monday at
See window Display
Department Store
400 Stale Street
Real Estate advertising in the Even
ng News brinqp results.
Harness Buy direct from Makers.
Bugary harness Nick or Davis Rubber 11. 9S
Rurre harness Collar and Hair.es 15.98
Road harness Qen. Rub. Kay Saddle.. .... ..24.48
Double Coupe harness, Nickle 49.98
Double Coach harness, Ninkle 59.98
Double 8ide Breeching strap harness. ... 34.98
Dmble True*, harness Boston Backe s 39 98
C. O. D. Mail orders filled*
Wm. J. Aschenbach's Sons,
70 Market St., Newark, X. J.
Tide-Water Trans. Co.
Executive Offices: 31 Broadway.
mi ? m *
Pier 6, North River.
Leave PERTH AMBOY, 12 noon
Telephone Connection.
Continued from first page.
match, but referee Jones made the
announcement that when Sharkey
reached his dressing room he felt
severe pains in his shoulders. Dr. j
Braoe, who was present, was called
and after a careful examination ad
vised the Irish wrestler not to go on
acain as he had sprained a number of
the tendons in his right shoulder.
The referee then announced as Mr.
Hansen was ready to go on and Shar
key was not, the matoh belonged to
the Danish champion.
In the preliminaries John Dwyer,
of North Amboy, had a go with
"Steve" Deoker, also of North Am
boy, in the catch-as-catch-can style,
the best two out of three falls for a
purse of |5, pin falls to count with
strangle hold barred. In the first
bout Dwyer won, being able to get
Decker to the mat in just twenty
minutes with a body hold. In the
second bout Dwyer again came in
ahead this time, downine Decker
with the arm lock hold in t?vo min
utes and forty seconds.
At the end of the ^rst bout of the
Hansen-Sharkey match referee Jones
introduced to the audience Frank
Parcal, of Brooklyn, the heavvweight
champion of Prussia, who had asked
to be allowed to speak for a minute.
He said:
"A short time ago H. P. Hansen
issued a challenge throusrh the papers
and also the Police Gazette, of New
York, to the effect that he was open
to all oomers. Now, althoush I am
ready to meet Hansen in any style for
1200, or half the gate receipts, I have
received no answer to my challenge. "
Mr. Paroal took his seat amid the
cheerg of the crowd.
After the wrestling match was over
J. D. Donohae, the manager of H. P?
Hansen, told a News reoorter that he
had acoepted the offer made by Frank
Paroal and the matoh will doubtless
take place in a week or two. The
style is to be Graeco-Roman.
At the present time Parcal weighs
180 pounds.
J. A. Jones, of South Amboy, was
referee at last night's matoh while
Harry F. Fox held the watch.
One Million Stations.
Through the New York and New
Jersey Telephone ^Company Fyou can
communicate with one million sta
If you are looking for real estate
investment read the column on page 2.
We're lied the stamp system
And as one of the largest houses in the world puts it
have been for months past investigating the merits of the trading stamp idea. We have spared no
effort to get to the very fundamental principle of the plan.' We have visited other cities to study
the system now prevalent. After searching and impartial inquiry we have decided to make it
operative in our store, because we believe it to be the best method by which to show our appre
ciation of your trade.
J '
Notwithstanding that we givcfced Star Stamps, we shall continue to sell reliable goods at lowest
prices, and ask the intelligent public to be the Judge and Jury.
An Extraordinary Offer
in yesterdays' Evening News created the greatest Stamp Collecting Contest we have ever Jieard of,
not alone Women and Children but also Men insist on getting stamps in order to obtain the hand
some one-book premiums which will be given by us to the person having the most Stamps in their
book by to-morrow night. In addition to this grand offer
We will give Extra Stamps with the following items:
Fine] Silk Coats, latest style, valtife'
$6.00, at
(50 extra Stamps given to-morrow.)
Ladies' Fine Lawn Waists, trimmed with QO^
all-over lace, Value 1.25, at %J(Jv
( 10 extra stamps besides the usual amount you
are entitled to.)
Corsets, R. & G., W. B., Nemo, Ameri-fHJ^
can Lady, Thomson Glove Fitting at Ww V
(25 extra Stamps given to-day.)
Fine Lace Hose, sold in many instances A J.
from 35c to 50c, special at ??"TV
(10 extra Stamps given to-morrow.)
Handsome Wrappers, guaranteed fast ftfl .
color and fine fitting, Value 1.25, at wOU
(20 extra Stamps given to-morrow.)
Fine Mercerized Wash Goods, beautiful g
variety, Value 25c at I I G
(20 extra Stamps with every dress length.)
Cor- Madison Ave.
Perth Amboy, N. J.
Qoston Store ^ ;
ITflfllis ;
imnents .
con I
P. N. Summer Corsets 75c*
P. N. Straight Front Drop
Hips - 49c.
Skirts, Lace 1 rimmed Um
bruella Ruffles - 79c j
Drawers Hemstitch Ruf
fie - - - 25c |
Corset Cover Special !
at 1 9 and 25c.
WM. Murdoch,
72 Smith St., Perth Amboy.
A Chance To Save Money.
If one telephone connects yon with
everybody yon want, why add the ex
pense of another?
Ail Auto Elopement.
BOSTON, May 15.-Captain Sentei
of the Military academy at Nyack, N.
Y? eloped in an automobile wjth Mar
tha Fleming, the beautiful daughter
of a itoxbury real estate man. Senter
met his sweetheart otftsifte Notre Dame
academy and. lifting her into an auto
mobile. hurried to the home of a minis
ter in Jamaica IMain, where they were
?>jii rrifd.
Dealer In
Choice Family Groceries
Provisions, Etc.
Fresh stock constantly received
? ?or. Prospect and Smith St#
Has his suits made to order |
by an experienced tailor.
83 Smith Street, Perth Amboy, |
gives Iiis customers tbe best look,
and the largest viriety of new
spring suitings to select from.
FOR RENT? A carpenter shop and
stable snitable for one horse, in the
rear of 125 Brighton avenue. Enquire
Republi can office or 109 High street.
FOR RENT? THREE rooms on sec
ond floor, 131 Hall avenue. Enquire
Mrs. Bolerup, 257 New Brunswick
avenue. 3-24-tf
GIRL WANTED: Raymonds Candy Store 136
Smth St. 2750-5-I5-I*.
FOR SALE? High Grade 10 horse
power steam engine and boiler.
Second hand. Excellent condition.
Manufacturer, care of Evening News.
__ 4-8-tf
FOR SALE? NEW two and % horse
power Rochester Marine engine,
$100. Dr. Tyrrell. 2024-2-25-tf
GIRL WANTED AS cook and to do
general housework. Good wages.
Apply coal office, 194 High street.
TO LET ? HAVE five rooms on Wash
ington street. Fouif rooms also
three room flat to let. Enquire 257
New Brunswick avenue.
2652-5-6-tf |
ial newspaper work. Permanent |
position. Apply Island House Cafe.
tent, reliable teacher wants more
uupils. Music furnished for all occa
sions. Esberg, 9 Water street.
2660-5-7-tf |
GROCERY CLERK with experience,
who speaks and writes English, and |
who can speak Polish or Hungarian.
Good position for nn honest, upright |
clerk. Apply Charles Hermann, I
South River, N. J. 5-9-fit|
FLOOR WITH BATH, State street.
Kent from June 1. Ten dollars,
Evening News. 2C94-5-12-6t I
Apply Scheuer & Sons.
2716-5-13-Gt |
FLAT TO LET ? Six rooms and bath.
Good location. Address C. B. X.
News office. 2748,-5-15-tf
WANTED-- AN experienced grocery
clerk. Good penman and quick at
figures. Addsess in writing J. J.
Deitche, City. 27:1-5-15-1 j
SALE OF CAKES, tfiesand delicacies)
from 3 to 5 o'clock. Saturday after
noon, St. Peter's Sunday School room.
Benefit of Farish House.
2722-5-15-1 I
WANTED-YOUNG LADY for office |
work. Call between 8 and 10 a. m.
Room 15, Scheuer Buildiqg, oor.
Smith street and New Brunswick ave- 1
nue. 2731-5-15-1
I niiminiiaiiiiiaiiiiaiiiiiKNuaiiiiiaiiiMiiiHHiiiiaiiiiiaiji^ ' ?
g Graham Wafers,
? Red Package,
8c S
1 California Ham, lb., 10c a
Potted Ham
1-4 lb. Can, 4c ?
1-2 lb. Can, 8c I
; Potted Tongue
1-4 Jb Can, 4c |
1-2 lb. Can, 8c I
i |
I Lobster \
| I lb. Can, 30c ?
| 1-2 lb. Can, 18c ?
? Boston Brown Flakes,
I Package,
10c I
i ^
SSaTeand E*|
schange Stable {
?S, Thursday: 10 a. ro. to S p. m.
m "Honesty is the Best Policy." ?
Telephone No. 8
Engineers, Founders
General and Special Machine ^Pattern'
Boiler and Blacksmith Work.
KinSEy &BHD.
Coal ^
in any quantity
at the Lowest
Market Prices
Yard; New Brunswick Ave., and
Leblgh Valley Crossing.
) Tel. 51. Perth Am boy, N. J.
handling scrap boilers ; als
wrecks frcm fires. Correspond
tience solicited.
106 South 2d St.
Navel Oranges, Jamaioa's, Florida's ant
Western Apples at
Corfemith and State 8ts., op. Hotel Central
Practical Horse-Shoer and Witgoii Builder
Wheelwright and General Blacksmith Side- '
walk Grates, Anchors and Builders Blacksmith
ing a specialty. 171 New Brunswick Ave.
I PERELIYIAN, Pawnbroker
- ? ? . r ?"?k'oniru, x uttvf h arre'it v
many beautiful articles left from the last sale J
Watches. Diamonds, Kings, which I offer /"to JP
repented PnCe8' A" K?odB guaraul f?
L. Perelman, 386 State |
Foley* s Honey ana Tar
'?"res colda. orevnnts

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