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KNOCKED FROM CAR.
Conductor on M. & S. Trolley to South Amboy Seriously Injured. John T. Sanlts, a conductor of the Middlesex & Somerset Traction Com pany's Sonth Amboy line, was knock ed from bis car Wednesday afternoon in Sayreville. Sanlts struck his head against a telegraph pole while collect ing fares. He was hurled against an embankment and narrowly escaped rolling nnder the wheels. Dr. Rioe said yesterday that the man had suffered a concussion of the brain and it was impossible yet to tell how badly he was injnred. Meningitis is feared. COUNTY CRUSHER ARRIVED Prisoner8>ill be put to Work;as soon as it is .Ready. The stone crusher rooently orderod by the county has arrived and is in position upon William Oberman 's land at Deans. It will be started np next week, possibly Thursday, when the Board will be present to soe it work. A 25-horse power engine will run the crasher. There is an abundance of stone be tween Deans and Rocky Hill which oan be used for road repairs. Mr. Oberman furnishes the stone free. Some others want to charge the county flOO per acre for it. It is the intention of the Freehold ers to put prisoners at work at the crasher, the conrt having promised to oo-operate. In this way the county (trill be freed from the tramp nuisance, as well as getting orushed stone cheaply. American Ladira at Court. LONDON, May 2!).-King Edward and Queen Alexandra held their fourth and last eourt but one of the season at Buckingham palace. The members of the royal family were more fully repre sented at the function than on previ ous occasions. The general attendance was also larger tluyi is usual at n May court, and there was a full list of pre sentations, including the following American ladies: Mrs. Sohier and Miss Alice Sohier of Boston. Miss Mary Bigelow and Miss Helen Post, ?he daughter of Lady Barry more. Children in Peril. Some of the roost anxious hours of a mother's life are those when the little ones have the croup. Foley's Honey aniTar is a safe and effective remedy thtCt never fails. "My boy would have died from membraneous croup if it had not been for Foley's Honey and Tar," waites C. W. Lynch of Winchester, Ind. Sexton's Pharmacy 70 Smith St. I REAL ESTATE ADVERTISING. For Sale. New house, all improvements, $500.00 cash, balance on mortgage. v THE BISHOP COMPANY 122 SMITH STREET An Eleven Room House in good condition for sale cheap, only $ 200 down, balance on monthly pay ments. Nielsen Bros-, 122 Smith Street. ?n n?l? Smith Street store and FftT Sfl fi dwelling 25x00. Splend 1 VI UU.lv id location, suitable for any business. Address C. B. News Office. ECONOMY... If you are interested in good property at low cost, call on us. We have sotni flue lots on William street for sale cheap. Boynton Brothers. Amboy Realty and Construction Company. House and two lots, in good location, new house, good home for little mouey, prioe very reasonable, to be sola at ouce. JUST THINK OF IT! A House and Lot ina desirable part of the City for $900. En quire R., care of Perth Amboy Evening News. 6RELSEN & DAHL, Masons and Builders, Room 14 St hener Building. .ESTIMATES FURNISHED. Oi><?n Evening 7 to lO. CHURCHES Baptist. Sunday morning Major Dandy Post Q. A. R. will attend services and Pastor Ferris will preach an appro priate sermon. The evening service begins at 7.45, the sermon will fbe from the subject, "Christ in the H me." Morning prayer service at 9. 6 ; Sunday school at 2.80 p. m. ; B. Y P. U. Drnise service at 6.45 p. m. A special missionary program has been prepared for this service. Presbyterian. The pastor will preach in the morn ing. In the evening there will be a service of song in which a quartet from the Rutgers College Glee Club will assist the choir. Advertised Letters. ' Dick Cochrane, Miss Chase, Mrs. E. Game, J. C. Corcoran, Phillip J. Barrry, Roger Canary, Sarah Engel, Guy Hawkins, Peter Hamilton, John King. H. C. Marks, Charles F. Rowe, J. Stouke.'.Mr. Sokols, D. M. Conni can, Charles Olsibtren, S. Merpu, Capt. Win. A. Pearse, Mr. Oscar Olssan, Capt J. E. Briggs, Allan Grant (3), Peter Nevad, Stanislaw Midura, Mitra Knjuk. Joseph Fauber, M. Christofferson. Kotreno No. 85. Lupo Macolino, Adam Szaro Frahois zeK Wulczanski, Filkahazi Margewicz (2), Adam Kiempski, Maik Izsugan, Michael Dvdula, Josef Ambicki. Tfie Tfteatres* Klaw & Erlanger have oompleted their plans for next season and have made final arrangements for the open ing of the various attractions that will be persented under their manage ment. Mr. N. C. Goopwin will begin his season as "Bottom" in an elaborate production of "A Midsummer Night's Dream" at the Knickerbocker Theatre in New York, October 12tb. The London Drurv Lane production of "Ben-Hur, " which was referred to by the English press as the most elab orate ever seen in that country in connection with a dramatic attraction, will open the reconstructed New York Theatre early in September. Nothing now remains of this house but the four walls, the plans for its rebuild ing and new decoration leaving no thing of the interior of the old struc ture. When the alterations are com pleted this will be one of the most finished and attractively decorated in New York City. WASHINGTON, May 29. ? Miss Roosevelt lias left for Albany, N. Y.. where she will be a bridesmaid at the wedding of Miss Ruth Pruyn and Da vid M. Goodrich of Boston. Mrs. Roosevelt will so from Groton to Al bany to attend the wedding. A Physician Healed. Dr. Geo. Ewing, a practicing physi cian of Smith's Grove, Ky.. for over thir ty years, writes bis personal experience with Foley's Kidney cure: "For years I had been greatly bothered with kidney and bladder trouble and enlarged pros tate gland, I used everything known to the bro Cession without relief, until I com menced to use Foley's kidney Cure. Af ter taking thiee bottles I was entirely relieved and cured. I prescribe it now daily in my practice and heartily recom mend its use to all physicians for such troubles. I have prescribed it in hun dreds of cases with perfect success. Sex ton's Pharmacy 70 Smith St. )StE^22*3*^Oil Womens' Pique and Linen Skirts. The very kind you'll want for the approaching holidays, only two items are mentioned, but they are wide apart as to varie ty and price and are spec ial Leaders for today and tomorrows' selling. White Skirts made of fine pique very nicely trim med. Valve 2.50, at.. 1.95 Womens' Skirts made of good quality Linen hand somely trimmed. V alue 2.95 at 2.50 Philip Levine. The New Cloak Store, 351 State Street, Near Fayette St. > WE are Prepared to Make Installment Payments to BORROWERS OR PARTIES BUILDING. 5 File Plans, Specifications, Bids and receive all information. Contractors Please Note. Citizens' Building and Loan Association, 194 HIGH STREET. J Granl Central Meat Market, 309 STATE STREET. Tel. 80 "A" PROCLAMATION ! ! Saturday being Decoration Day, and out of respect for our honored dead, our place of business will close at NOON. Our patrons will please govern themselves accordingly. See our offerings for this occasion : Legs of Lamb, .13 Legs of Veal, .13 / Legs of Mutton, .12 ficS* SPECIAL: Pork Loins, .ll^aDS PORK CHOPS, 2 lbs. . . 25c CHUCK ROAST IOc PRIME RIB 14c and 16c Plate Beef, Fresh or Cor'd.5c P.nfcr Trade*. Fuddy ? Funny that a carpenter should go to the barbel's to have his hair shingled. Duddy ? No funnier than that the barber should send his boy to the carpenter for shavings. ? Boston Transcript. Afte.r the Honeymoon. IJe ? Before we were married, do yon remember, you used to gvt' your little brothers to help entertain me? She ? Yes; I do. "But since marriage you've been able to handle me without kids." ? Yonkers Statesman. *v> s# & $? & %v ?X? ??? *??' &? i ? $ u & x %? * ?s ? ?%" ?v 4 ?V ? V% :>) &4 .V & *v? & II R Going 2 the CIRCUS IN AID OF THE Perth Amboy City Hospital Thursday, Friday 00 OQ 01) & Saturday, May LO j LU^ OIL BARGAIN MATINEE, DECORATION DAY. Strictly Rain-Proof Tents, McCoy's Lot. ?4:0 PROMINENT LOCAL AMATEURS 40 DARING PROFESSIONALS INCLUDING THE VICTOR BEOINI FAMILY OF RIDERS Direct from the Circus Busch, Berlin. DIVO, the Only Monkey Looping the Loop in an Automoble. THE BARTELLIS TROUPE, Marvelous European Acrobats. MLLE- ADELLE, Queen of the Wire. JOHNNY PURVIS, The Funny Clown and His Trick Donkey. JEROME AND LADESMA, on the Flying Trapeze. GEO. BARNARD, the Aerial Contortionist. -AND & TV ?a* #>>:? (? ?X* 3^: Grand Free Exhibition DECORATION DAY Xt$LTce,d ...SAPHO... The Monkey Aeronant will go up 3,000 feet with a 30- foot Balloon, making a descent with a parachute. DON'T MISS IT. pso w >a I v? <?*/ & 'vt; *a* w *a' \+s >?; at* at* at >^:at:at at* at^at* at at* at* at* at at at* at* at* at ^ ,Va\ V/aVV 'aVV /*\V 'a + * A * a A a 4f A ? ? ? ? ? ? V V r. 4% ' 4 ' 4 I v vv v v v v v vv v^4v v vv- v v v. v v v- v v v vv-'i I SOMETHING ENTIRELY N Have Your Clocks Insured By' We will take 'care of your 8 day clocks, no matter vt they are. See what we are willing to do for only $3. or 25 cents a month, paid in advance. We will wind them every week. We will regulate them so that you will have the right tim|| ] the time. We will repair them whenever they break down. We will clean them whenever necessary, and guarantee J your clock will always be in first-class condition for (f 25 cents a month, at l. kreielsheime: JEWELER and OPTICIAN. 122 SMITH ST., Perth Amboy, Nj A One Enough. "But what is yo.ur real objection tb ! polygamy?" insisted the argumenta tive one. I "Oh, give us a rest," said the other. "Don't you know, that a man can't serve two masters?" ? Town Topics. Fs I l'lMit'H Why It In a Cn "Papa," said the lit Up from his book, "what "A Curio," replied ?thoughtfully, "is ten times what it's Stories. nriisiT PLAcf TO BUY ? Lawn M owe rs Rubber Hose Garden Tools Refrigerators Wire Cloth Elizabeth Hardware 158 SMITH STREET COLDS THAT HANG 0 So frequently settle on the lungs and result in Pneumonia or Consumption. Do not take chances on a cold away or take something that only half cures it, leaving the seeds of serious throat and lung trouble. FOLEY'S HONEY ANDT Cures Coughs and Colds quickly and prevents Pneumonia and Consumption f CONSUMPTION THREATENED C. Unger, 211 Maple St., Champaign, 111., writes: .' I was troubled with a hacking cough for a year and I thought I had consumption I tried a great many remedies and I was under the care of physicians for several months. 1 used one bottle of FOLEY'S HONEY AND TAR. It cared me, and I have not been troubled since." HAD BRONCHITIS FOR TWENTY TEARS AND THOU6HT HE WAS INOURARtE Henry Livingstone, Babylon, N. Y., whites: "I had been a sufferer with Bronchitis for twentV year and tried a great many with poor results until FOLEY'S HONEY AND TAR which ct?ed At my Bronchitis which I supposed was ^ncur^^1 THREE SIZES, 25c, 50c and $1,00- Refuse SubstH SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY Sexton's Pharmacy, 70-1 Smith Street \f I I