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eat Market
26 HALL AVE
Tel. 96 f.
0 REMEMBER.
are interesting pages in the history of
. Many trade events which have been
Lo the meat buyers of this city. Those
f taken advantage of offerings are always
^ore. Here is your opportunity.
t Explosion Injures Klfrht Miners.
• FAIHMOXT. W. Va.. Aug. 7.—A ter
rific explosion of powder at Monongah
mine No. 2 resulted in the injuring of
eight minors, three of whom cannot
recover, and probably two others will
die. The accident happened in a pecul
iar manner. The men were in a mine
car going down the slope of the mine
entrance. One man on the rear of the
car carried some cans of powder strung
from a coal auger. This rested on his
shoulder. A short circuit was formed
when lie accidentally touched the elec
tric trolley wire over Ills head with the
auger and the powder exploded. The
injured were brought here by train
and taken to the State hospital.
J. WEINBERG
102 SMITH ST.
Unparalleled August Clearing Sale!
UNPRECEDENTED BARGAINS IN HIGH GRADE
Clothing, Furnishings and Hats!
- OUR -
Mammoth Sale
-OF
WATCHES
Is rapidly drawing to a
close. Many have tak
en'advantage of the re
duced prices and ob
tained a watch at 20
per cent, below value.
Remember there are only
2-Days More-2
Following are a few items:
All our solid 14 kt. watches
that are sold for $50.00,
now only }j$40.
All our Silver Watches that
are sold regularly for $12.
now $0.60.
All Gold-Filled Watches,
reg. price $25, now $30.
All Niclde Watches, the $1
ones, for 80c„ the 1.75
ones at 1.40, etc.
L Kreielsheimer
The Leading Jeweler i!'
of Perth Amboy.
122 Smith Street.
f Lamb . . 7 lbs
SSf 'corned* . . 6 lbs
I a All Kinds They are Q ILa
Id our 12c goods t) IIIO j
iSffii STEAK, 2 lbs. 25c
Legs
mutton
I HICK BOAST, He
uarter . . 5c! QORK If) 1A
er of Lamb 6cj ■ LOINS, 1C 2C
■STOCK OF VEAL IS
LETE
We have a fine lot of Fresh
Killed Fowls and Broilers. •
rime Ribs of Beef 12 to 14c
California Hams, 9Hc
Sunday morning delivery to any part of the city.
10 per cent, discount on purchases of $5 or more.
Ion Sternhni'K «t Oyster liny,
STEK BAY, X. Y„ Aug. 7. — His
leney Freiherr Speck von Steru
imperiai German ambassador,
eding Herr von Hollebcn. recently
d, presented his credentials as
ssador to President ltoosevelt
received by him at Sagamore
today. He was accompanied by
1 von briu Bussche-IIaddeiihau
ounselor of legation and first sec
i. Keen interest was manifested
cial circles here at this departure
precedent on the part of the pres
as a special mark of favor to the
an envoy, who for more than ten
has been his intimate friend,
is the first time an ambassador
ever presented to the president
le of the White House.
I Morgan'* Greatest tie.nl. lk.riser.
NEW YORK. Aug. 7.—Willi an un
j precedented capital of $2r>,000.000, the
I merger of the National Rank of Com
merce and Was!a*rn National bank lias
been consummated by .T. Pierpont
Morgan. The combined deposits of the
hanks aggregate $1 .">0,000,000. This
brings to a realization the-dream of
Mr. Morgan of establishing the largest
and mostjpowerful bank on this conti
nent. The merger will go into effect
Oct. 5.
\ __
Five Went Dnnn With Bnrgr.
NEW BEDFORD, Mass., Aug. 7.—
Five persons went down with the
barge Florrie. which sank during a
storm between Barnegat and Fire is
land.
I; I. O. MOORE CO.
One lot of MEN’S and WOMEN’S HIGH and LOW CUT SHOES. QQ
Your choice while they last . . . . . . iVV
PACKARD’S (Men’s) PATENT COLT LACE SHOES, all sizes and A QQ
widths, former price 4.00. Now ..... £avO
PACKARD’S (Men’s) BOX AND VELOUR CALF SHOES, not all sizes A 7E
former price 3,'50. Now . . . (LnlV
MEN’S VELOUR CALF AND VICI KID OXFORD TIES, former | Ell
price 2.00. Now ....... I.DU
WOMEN’S VICI KID LACE SHOES, former price 2.00, I AQ
Now. iafiO
WOMEN’S PATENT COLT OXFORD TIES, former price 2.50 and I Ell
2.00. Now , f I.Dll
WOMEN’S 2.00 KID OXFORD TIES. I EA
Now .LOU
WOMEN’S KID OXFORDS, PATENT TIP, former price 1.25 and: 1.35 \ I
One tot of CHILDREN’S TAN YICI KID SHOES, former price 80c. \|j
, last Saturday about cleaned us out of TENNIS SHOES—
l’e some sizes left. ......
/ COME EARLY AND AVOID THE RUS^r
. Petersons
Specials for Friday and Saturday
Hew Are These for Values? NOTE THE PRICES BELOW
And the display of these goods in our windows. Prices are cut regardless of former con
ditions. We must have room for the incoming Fall lines, and we are not standing on
any ceremony: Therefore, the best bargains of the season lean your way. Men of all
builds can share in this event.
I l.-Men’s Fine Suits, Serges, Cheviots and Flannels,
I with vests or without vests. All our 8.00, 9.00
I and 10.00 grades at ....
No. 2-Men’s1 Fine Suits, Cassimeres, Worsteds and
Serges.
All our 12.00, 13.00 and 15.00 grades, at -
Men’s fine plain Balbrigan Shirts and Drawers
every garment is finished in the best possible
manner, made to sell at 50c and 75c; all
sizes, at..OOc
J. , STKW 102 SUIT
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THERE IS SATISFACTION
Iii buying good groceries, where you know that nothing is misrepresented.
Ihis store \\on t sell shoddy goods at any price. What we handle here is
the best and our prices are as low as the prices of inferior goods. We take
satisfaction in selling high grade goods that make a satisfied patronage.
Special for Saturday.
Potatoes
Fancy Jersey Potatoes, peck 20c
Ham
Small California Hams, lb. 10c
Power
Requires no cooking, pkg. 6c
Soap
Lautz Bros. Gloss Soap. Cake 3c
Flour
Best XXXX Minnesota Patent 65c
Shredded Wheel
Always fresh stock, pkge 10c I
Lobster
241b., picnic size, 25c. yib can 18c I
Congo Sauce
Regular 25c Bottle 1 Ort
Eggs
Fresh Western Eggs, doz. 20sJ
Cocoa
W'alter Bakers Genuine, }£lb bx. 18c
Condensed Milk I
Angelus Brand, full weight O p
3 cans WUv I
Salmon I
Red Alaska, our regular 12c can 10c 1
Chicken 1
Blue Label Boned Chicken, can 25c I
Cakes \
Fancy Fig Newtons, lb. lOcfl.

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