I New Ideal Patterns and Pulica Store open this evening Until g
s tions for September now ready. 10 o'clock.
I Following Inventory]
[ BROKEN ASSORTMENTS, ODDS, [
i ENDS AND REMNANTS.
5 There are not many, if any, of Perth Amboy s careful buy- g
g ers who do not watch for and appreciate the advantages of tins ejr- g
g ly August Sale. It’s an occasion during which money finds its g
■ greatest equivalant, and the accompanying items are of a character ■
g that can not help but incite wonderful activity while limited quan- g
S tities last.
■ Remnants of Lawn, Madras,
(Swiss, Gingham and Sheeting,
worth from 25c to 45c, at
£ Remnants of Muslin, Calico,
■ Lawn, and Gingham, worth
S from (>c to 10c at
■ Remnants of Chambray, Swiss,
■ Pique, Lawn and Madras, worth
S from 17c to 25c, at
£ Remnants of Wool Dress Goods,
£ Challies and Silks, worth from
S 39C to 59c at
jj Short lengths of fine wool goods
£ including Yoils and Ettamines,
£ worth from 59c to 75c at
Silk Remnants, short lengths of 5
silk, plain, figured and striped g
worth from 75c to 1.00, at «
Odd lot of men’s Shirts Negli- 5
gee and Dress styles, mostly 5
large sixes, worth 1.00, at
A few odd 50c Negligee and 5
Dress Shirts to go at
Boys Unlaundered white waists 5
( Mothers Friend ) soe goods, at 5
Children Gingham Dresses, as- S
sorted colors, regular price $1 at S
128 and 130 Smith Street
Phone 108 PERTH AMBOY. [
Selling out entire stock
100 Rolls at prices that
have been reduced
25 per cent.
$5,000 worth must go
before September 1st
regardless of price.
All Mattings have been
reduced to half price
All of the best quality
at very low prices.
(! I Smith St., Cor. High, Pierce A Watson Hdg
| Hair Dressing. Shampooing, Scalp treatment
j corn treatment Manicuring and Massage
Skillfully done for Ladies at reasonable prices.
1 Also scalp treatment Manicuring and core
; t reatnient for gentlemen. Out of town engage
ments by appointments.
Lost anything: A cent-a-word ad.
in the Evening News will find it for
$ NEW YORK 2
# WHOLESALE RETAIL #
t STRICTLY FRESH EGGS RECEIVED #
# DAILY. #
Jj Sweet Butter a Specialty 2
# Also Fancy Creamery Butter *
f Imported and Domestic Cheese i
^ 377 State Street J
STILLWELL & MASON.
UNDERTAKERS and EMBALMERS
Everything furnished to conduct
fixuerals in a first-class manlier.
All calls will be answered at the resi
dence ot Mr. E. B. Walker. 139 Gordon
St., Perth Amboy. Charges Moderate
PINCH & BENNETT;
Painters. Paper Hangers, House
and Church Decorators.
PAP UK HANGING A SPECIALTY.
12 Centre Street, Perth Amboy, N. J.
We niOKt respectfully solicit a share of
your favors and guarantee s-ti isfaction .
Pay fancy prices for your custom
made suits, when wo can give you
perfect tit and the same goods for
much less money.
Cleaning and Repairing a
P. S A JN T OR O,
105 Smith street.
HOTEL AND CAFE
BOARDING BY THE
DAY OR WEEK. . .
Everything Strictly First-Class
| F. T. BROWN, Prop.
Smith and Rector Sts. Perth Amboy
A Truly Great Sale
of good blue and garnet per
cales, with deep flounce, some
with waist lining, others with
out, sizes 34 to 40, considered a
bargain at 89 c.
For one day. Satur
.400 State Street.
90 per cent, of Headaches
are caused by eye
strain in young people
as well as old, and the
only permanent relief
is the wearing of prop
erly fitted lenses.
DR. F. J. MONAGHAN, Opt. 0..
now in private office, corner Madison Ave
nue and Smith street, Tuesday and Satur
day, 1:30 to 7 p. m. Charges moderate;
services the best. Entrance Madison
avenue. Prescriptions Filled.
Monterey nml Holnilen Are Wreck*.
ST. JOHN’S, X. F., Aug. 8.— The
steamer Grand Take has arrived here
from the wreck of the steamer Monte
rey, near St. Pierre-Miquelon, with 283
cattle taken from the wreck. The lat
est reports from the steamer Holmlea,
a British steamer. Captain I.nke, which
went ashore at Point Riolie, Belle Isle
strait, are to the effect that she will be
a total loss.
; Ape You a !
j fishepinan? j
■ Get your RODS }
\ Get your REELS ;
■ Get yourHOOKS ■
■ ,. . " " |
1 Fishing Baskets §
■ From IQc up. ■
■ 82 SMITH ST. |
■ Long Distance Tel. 20-A. 8
I H. & M. Tel. 13-A.
| €3 to 1 O I
j Special Sale of White Waists
# - ALSO -
I Toilet Articles and Perfumery. |
See Window Display.
J For Instance: DR. KROGH’S TOOTH POWDER, value 25c, at 12'Ac I
i <66 Smith Street, I
_ (j u Cor. Madison Ave. Perth Amboy, j§
<’• S.—We sell the Best Paper Pattern at ioc.
Come or send for a pashion Sheet.
' James Growney, Sr., of Jefferson
street, leaves today for a trip to Los
Miss Bessie Gilman, of Favette
street, is spending a few da>s in
Dr. Levy has moved from Smith to
William Horn is breaking in as a
conductor for the .Raritan Traction
Mrs. O. Schroder and children left
today for a two week’s sojourn at
Lake Huntington, Sullivan County,
John Hunt, of Plainfield, is visiting
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dawson, of 184
Brighton avenue. From there he will
go to St. Louis.
Mrs. Edith Bloodgood, of 158
Brighton avenue, and a party of
friends from New Brunswick, went to
New York Thursday evening to see
the play “A Strenuous Daisy,” also
“Sherman’6 Ride,” or the “Battle of
San Dago. ’ ’
Mrs. Jamos Darcey and children, ol
162 Brighton avenue, returned to their
home after spending a visit at Car
Mrs. F. Glauss, of Brooklyn, is
visiting her cousins, Mrs. M. Epstein
and Mrs. E. Geschin, of Division
Adolt Koyen, of Madison avenue,
commences work today with William
Woglom, of Smith street.
Mrs. H. Ladden and son Matthew,
of Brooklyn, are guests of Mrs. M.
Epstein, pf Division street.
Mrs. Henry C. Price has returned to
her home in New Brunswick, after
spending a few days with her sister,
Mrs. W. A. Sleight, of Smith street.
Merritt McAlinden returns to his
home in Buffalo today, after a two
weeks vacation spent with his brother,
James McAlinden, of State street.
Mrs. Percy Palmer is visiting out
Misses Mary and Gertrude Britian
of Northern New Jersey, are visiting
their uncle, Dr. J. G. Wilson, of High
Mayor C. K. Seaman leaves today
on a trjp to Portland, Me.
Dr. H. M. Brace and a party of six
teen leave today for Mantoloking,
where they will camp for the month
Misses Augusta and Clara Farring
ton have returned from a sojourn in
Mrs. Amelia Mount and daughter
Nettie, together with Miss DeRevere,
leave tonight for a visit at Brown
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Ashton, of
Hightstown, are visiting relatives in
Mts. Wollman, of Brooklyn, is
SDending a few days with Mr. and
Mrs. Epstein, of Division street.
John Juster, twenty-four years old,
died this morning at his home, 19
Cortland street. The funeral arrange
ments have not yet been made.
Jumped Down Six StorieM and Liven.
NEW YORK. Aug. 8 —Kate Walsh,
twenty-five years old, who lias no
home, tried to etui her ljfe by jumping
from the window of a" vacant apart
ment on the top lioor of the six story
Blackburn apartments. She landed in
a cistern at the bottom of an air shaft.
She broke through a one inch plank
overing on the cistern and landed in
three inches of water and about
six inches of mud at the bottom.
She sustained a fracture of the left
tinkle and contusions of the back and
after being treated at the Roosevelt
hospital was removed to Bellevue hos
pital in a patrol wagon, a prisoner,
charged with attempted suicide.
Your Family’s Chances
X>f being without a
means of future support are l"
increased when you fail to
hold a policy of.Life Insur
Insurance Co. of America
Newark, N. J.
JOHN F. DRYDEN, President.
LESLIE D. WARD, Vice President,
EDGAR B. WARD, 2d V. Pres’t
FORREST F. DRYDEN, Xd Vice-Pies.
EDWARD GRAY, Jecretary.
F. R. CONKLIN, Ass’t Superintendent, 198 State Street, Perth Amboy, N. J. I
RICHARD F. KELLER, Ass’t Supt., John Street, South Amboy, N. J. • jgjjj I
Bargains in real estate are to be
fonnd in the real estate column on
Advertising is the life of trade.
Telephone Call 69-A.
Have you seen them? What?
They are delicious. Ours are
the real thing. Try one. .
B. L. MARSH & CO.,
121 Smith Street.
Nobby Summer Suits
MADE TO ORDER.
At Popular Prices
Style and fit guaranteed.
All work by experienced tailors.
83 Smith Street, Perth Amboy,
Choioe Family Groceries
Fresh stock constantly received
Uor. Prospect and Smith Sts.
LOST—ACCOUNT BOOK having
address of I Spitz, 34 Richmond
street. Return to I. Spitz, 13 Noilson
street, New Brunswick, N. J.
FURNISHED ROOM to let for one or
two gentlemen, central location.
Inquire this office. 3246 8-8-3t
WANTED-TWO SWEDISH boarders,
$4.50 per week- 120 South Second
WANTED—SMALU GIRL to assist
with light housework. 94 Market
TO LET—ROOMS WITH or without
board. 35 Fayette street.
FOR SALE—DOUBLE house and two
lots, centrally located. Inquire
John F. Reillv. 3197-8-3-tf
FOR .RENT A Store situated “ 240
Smith Street inquire Greenspan
TO LET—A NICE six room, comfort
able house, hot and cold water,
bath room, cemented cellar. Enquire
Mrs. Bollerup, 257 New Brunswick
FOR RENT—A BARN and stable,
suitaDle for one horse. Enquire at
News office. 3154-7-25-tf
HAND PAINTED CHINA shirtwaist
sets are the popular thing. Orders
taken for studs, cuff buttons and belt
buckles, also hat pins, at 114 Rector
NICE FURNISHED ROOMS with or
without board in private family.
103 Main street, Tottenville.
GUARANTEED BICYCLES $15.
Sewing machines, all makes, lowest
market prices. 336 State street, A.
Jensen, dealer. 3046-7-10-tf
FIVE HOUSES FOR sate (poor man’s
chance). Will exchange for vacant
lot, milk route or other business.
Write Post office Box 75.
H. P. NELSON, CARPENTER^ and
Builder, 282 Smith street. Call at
FOR SALE—High Grade 10 horse
power steam engine and boiler.
Seoond hand. Excellent condition.
Manufacturer, care of Evening News.
If von are looking for real1 estate
investment read the column on page 2.
I - i
I The Finest Summer ;
=Resort on the Coast. [|
= NEW SHOOTING GALLERY
[new ICE CREAM PARLOR
NEW BATHING HOUSES £
Dancing 2 to 5 p. m.', FREES
5every afternoon; and from 7 to3
5 11130 every evening.
Ample Table Accommodations s
Sfor SHORE DINNERS at Shorts
l PERELMAN, Pawnbroker i
H^Ladies and Gentlemen: I have a great 1
many beautiful articles left from the last sails.. -
—Watches, Diamonds, Rings, which I offer to
sell at very low prices. All goods guaranteed as
L. Perelman, 386 State St.
PATRICK WHITE & SONS
Telephone No. 8
General and Special Machine .Pattern
Boiler and Blacksmith Work.
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Tel. 5 1. J’erth A la IuI^E3ShS|^H
respondence solicited. iBB3BB3ttL
106 South 2d St., PerflQH
l’i srllcsi Horse Mioei and «
Wheelwright and (ieneral BlacksiiiMOwSHII
walk (irsies. Anchors anil Builders lBjWiiU|
inr a specialty. 71 New Brui^HH^yBB
Executive Offices: 31 BroadH ~ V
• Pier 6, North
I.eavA'KRTH AM ROY,
Try an^d in the EVENInB
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