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Will Play Elizabeth Saturday—Would Like
Game With Copper Works.
On Saturday afternoon the DeLamar
baseball team of Carteret, w;ill play
an Elizabeth baseball team on the
Copper Works diamond at Carteret.
Last Saturday the DeLamar Apvs de
feated tho Rahway A. C. Md they
hope to do tho samo with tfl Eliza
both team. The manager,! Joseph
Clark, still has an open date,! which
he would like to fill, by giving the
Raritan Copper Works first team a
chance. Manager Clark thinks his
team fully capable of defeating the
local copper works with ease. In
Saturday’s game James Martin, form
L erly of the Marions, will do the
/twirling, and Frans: Wilbert, another
' old time ball player, will do the
The Doltas will not play ball Satur
day aftornoon but on Sunday they ex
peot to meet a strong team from South
Amboy. Manager Bram has thorough- j
ly reorganized the team and claims j
that he now has nine first class ball,
Tho Crescents claim they will put
it all over the Mt. Loretta boys of
Tottenvillo, Saturday afternoon. A
largo crowd of the Crescents’ fol- {
lowors, will accompany them to
Tottenville on the 5 o’clock boat.
^ Junior Nines.
Tho Littlo Marions and the Rail-!
road Jacks will cross bats on the land
company grounds at 2 o’clock Satur
Avy afternoon.
...__ i
Copper Works aud Terra Cotta Teams to
Battle for Honors.
The Raritan Copper Works first
team, and the first team of the Perth
Ambov Terra Cotta Works will play
ball Saturday afternoon. Both team
are in fine form and as they are old
time rivals it is expected that the
game will be a hojly contested one.
In tho last game between these two
teams a few weeks ago, the Copper
Works won. The battery for the
Copper Works team will be Smith and
Lind. The terra cotta’s battery will
be Linderberg and Grim ley.
Kings of the Diamond Claim they can Defeat
that Team.
The Kings of the Diamond will not
play this Saturday. They are willing
to play the Crescents any Saturday
afternoon for a side bet of $10. Man
ager Albert McDonald, of tho Dia
monds, claims that he has no doubt
but that his team would come off
with the honors, in a game with the
Crescents. It is now up to Manager
Thomas Maher, to see McDonald and
talk matters over.
Because most of the players are
going out of town on Saturday after
noon, the Starlets will not play on
that date. They have next Saturday
ODen for a game, and may play the
St. Aloyisus Cadets. For open dates
address Manager Birden Golden, 284
State street.
Real Estate advertising in the Even
ing News brings results.
Billiard and Pool Parlor
42 Smith Street Perth Amboy. N. I.
■ 62-154 Smith St Perth Amboy ■
' Japnn’a#Tea “Combine.”
When we buy Japan tea in these days
we are more than probably buying the
output of a trust. But of a trust with
a difference. As ^ts organization is de
scribed in the news columns the tea
combine of Japan has more than a mil
lion members. It insists on tea being
up to a certain standard and its inspec
tors, traveling from plantation to plan
tation, reject the leaves that do not
come up to the mark. The association
Is a monopoly only because practically
all growers belong to it.
Reflecting Telescope*.
Recent work with reflecting tel
escopes Indicates that in a good atmos
phere the photographs taken by the
projected eight-foot reflector of the
Lick observatory should show us a
''universe 300 times as great as that re
vealed bv our best refractors. That Is
such an instrument should detect
stars seven tmes as far as any that
have been yet observed.—Science.
A Mammoth Hurt.
A rug has just been made for the
lodgeroom of the Knights of Pythias
in Hartford, Conn., that is 42 feet six
inches long, by 36 feet six inches wide,
or, in other words, contains 1,339
square feet, or 149 yards. It is im
mensely heavy, taking 16 men to han
dle it. Special poles had to be made
for rolling it on.—Chicago Chronicle.
Dad** Mother-In-Law.
Office-Boy—Please, sir, could I get off
this afternoon? Me grandmother is
1 Employer—Huh! Is that a joke?
*‘‘Well, dad seems ter think so. Yer
sdje, it’s me mother’s mother dat
croaked. ”—J udge.
i The Wonder* of Motherhood.
[ “Dear, dear, dear,” said Mrs. Ka
Flyppe, “It doesn't seem as if I could
possibly be old enough to have a
jdaughter who is engaged.”
i “No,” replied her kind-hearted
friend, “you couldn’t really have been
over 26 or 28 when you got married,
were you?”—Chicago Record-Herald
OomiiariNon Too Far.
cried the product of the
“I love your wild, f^ee
the star of my exiht
Texas Tessie, as she
him. “I don’t lik|
canter, or you’l
Record. {
Delicate Contrivance.
Delicate vibrations too slow to pro
duce sound—that is, having a rate of
less than 16 per second—are made
audible by a new apparatus. A
ten-pound weight, having a small car
bon plate cemented vertically to its
side, is suspended from the arm of a
standard by a stout rubber band, and.
ft carbon block is placed on the floor
or other vibrating body, with a slender
graphite pencil resting on it and lean
ing against the carbon plate. The car
bon block and carbon plate are con
nected with a telephone in an electric
circuit. When the apparatus is placed
an a wood floor, the heart beat of a
person standing near produces an
audible vibration in the telephone, as
do also delicate tremors and distant
vibrations from any source.—Science.
Unhurried Justice.
Some years ago an Ohio court was the
scene of many amusing incidents. The
judge was a man from Connecticut, who
retained the New England speech and
other characteristics which had been his
birthright. He declared that there were
“no frills” about his court, but there
were some appurtenances without which
he evidently felt it impossible to admin
ister justice in a wise and temperate way.
One morning an eager petitioner was de
manding the settlement of a certain mat
ter then and there, but while he pleaded,
the judge, with a disturbed face, rum
maged among the papers on his table.
“Hold on!" he cried, at last. “This
;ourt has lost her pencil, and you might
just as well wait till she finds it if you
want her fairly to take in what you’re
saying.”—Youth’s Companion.
Trifling Correction)!.
The Shrubville Clarion has an editor
who tries never to let the grass grow un
der his feet. His celerity helns him tn
tcquire news, but it is also the cause of
an occasional paragraph like the fol
lowing, taken from a recent issue:
“Last week we gave the particulars of
a devastating fire in the town of Jenkins,
with the number and names of the vic
tims. We now wish to correct a few inac
curacies such as will sometimes find
their way into the first report of any ca
tastrophe. There were no victims, for
the conflagration was checked before it
actually took place. We may also add
that the fire was not in Jenkins, but in
the town of Scranton.”—Youth’s Com
No CloiMlIiurNt.
There is really no such thing as 3
“cloudburst,” for clouds do not burst.
The word is entirely metaphorical.
Says a meteorologist: • “Rain comes
down in accordance with physical
laws. At any given temperature the
atmosphere can hold a fixed quantity
of water-vapor. The warmer the air
the more water-vapor it can hold.
But if air already saturated with it be
cooled, it will be supersaturated with
moisture at its new temperature, and
the resulting flow of rain is literally
the superfluity. A ‘cloudburst’ is sim
ply the result of the very rapid cooling
of an atmosphere which was hot and
was also water-saturated.”
A Mil senate. I
“Is he very rich?” I
“Rich? Why, he’s so rich he daren’t
look twice at a girl for fear she’ll bring
a breach of promise suit.”—N. Y. Times.
He—Why won’t you put your head on
my shoulder,?
She—I’m afraid you won’t knoW '
what to do afterward.—N. Y. Herald. L i
It In fc’eceaanry to DIhhoIvp IIip Food
and Carry Off Worn-Out
Some one has asked: “What would
be the cause of death of a person who
drank no water?’’ This subject has
been studied considerably; animals
have been experimented upon, and it is
found that without water they lose their
power to eliminate the natural poisons;
they must have water in order to elim
inate them, otherwise the secretions be
come too dense, says Good House
keeping. We need water, not only
to dissolve the food and carry it
along, but we need it to dissolve and
carry out of the system the poisonous
and worn-out material of the body, after
It has served its purpose. Water forms
a circulating medium for carrying sub
stances back and forth in the system,
conveying nourishment to the various
parts of the body, bringing back the
used-up material and carrying it out by
way of the excretory ducts.
The amount of water daily required is
from two to three pints. In very hot
weather a larger amount is needed, as
much water is lost by perspiration. If
one’s diet consists largely of the juices
of fruits, the quantity of water may be
considerably diminished.
Ko Cruwh.
“I hear,” said Hi Tragerdy, “that
• bile you were playing in one of the
Western towns a fire broke out in the
“Yes,” replied Low Comedy, “and
there might have been a horrible
panic but for one thing.”
“What was that?”
“There weren't enough people in
the audience to create one.”—l’hila
ilelphia Press.
Three spectres that threaten baby’s life.
Cholera infantum, dyscntry, diarrhoea.
Dr. Fowler’s Extract of Wild Strawberry
never fails to conquer them.
Pickled Cherries.
Cherres are pickled without stoning
and should hdve their stems left on them
as well. Allow one cupful of wine vine
gar to a quart of fruit, also two table
spoonfuls of sugar, a dozen whole cloves,
and half a dozen blades of mace. Boil
five minutes. After it is cold strain out
the spices and fill jars nearly full of
fruit, filling to the top with cold vine
gar.—N. Y. Post.
Slliclitb Co Ilf lined.
“What nonsense that man talks,” re
marked Senator Sorghum as the de
parting visitor closed the door.
“What did he say?”
“Something about a profit being with
out honor somewhere or other. I want
to go on record as saying that there
Isn’t a country in the map where a profit
Is not held in high esteem.”—Washing
ton Star.
Making a Koine.j
“What do you mean by accepting a
callow youth like Jack who’s just out
of college? Why, he'll never make a
noise in the world!”
“Oh,” said Mabel, “you just ought to
hear hint give his cute college yell and
you wouldn't thiuk so!”—Baltimore
“Itching hemorrhoids were a plague of
my life. Was almost wild. Doau’s
Ointment cured me quickly and perman
ently, after doctors had failed.” C. F.
Cornwell, Valley Street, Saugcrties,*N. Y.
Placing the Dinner Uuentn.
Bertha—How shall we seat the fa
mous antiquarian collector?
Ethel—Oh, put him next to grand
mamma; she’ll tell him some scandal*
90 years old.—Brooklyn Life.
Wisdom front Georgie.
Georgie—Pa. what are the fattest
letters in the alphabet?
uive 11- up, UL-urj'ir; wuui arc
“6, B, C, T.”—Yonkers Statesman.
Society Mnniiern.
Fair Debutante—Anil was my de
portment correct?
Skilled Dowager—Yes, my dear.
But we will soon train that out of
you.—Brooklyn Fife.
Accidents come with distressing fre
quency on tlio farm Cuts, bruises, stings
sprains. Dr. Thomas’ Electric Oil
relieves the pain instantly. Never safe
without it.
What'ii the tse.
“If we’re going to quarrel all the
time, you may as well give me back
my ring.”
“Not much! If I rtid that we'd nev
er have a chance to quarrel and make
up again.”—Chicago American.
One BiiuukIi.
“But what is your real objection to
polygamy?” insisted the argumenta
tive one.
“Oh. give us a rest,” said the other.
“Don't you know, that a man can't
serve two masters?”—Town Topics.
Half the ills that man is heir to come
From indigestion. Burdock Dlood Bitteis '
itrcnglitens and tones the stomach; makes ]
ndigestiou impossible.
Why He Was Ig-nurs nt.
Backlotz—You don't mean to say ;
this is the first you’ve heard of it? j
Backlotz—Why. it’s the talk of the ]
Subbubs—Yes, but my wife is away ;
on a visit.—Tit-Bits. t
Victim* of Cunoer.
Among sailors 445 in a million die o{
macei; among miners only 122 per mil- -
ton die of this disease.
lyovn.'e, Is hereby given that the aitierpi/"'
s intends making application to the Board
'.wise Commissioners of the City ot Perth A■
>ov, at their next meeting, for a license to koto,
afoor. with the privilege of e»ihng limit ni
nidtrmn llaiion ti* the t.itr nr Perth Aim-e
ind in the bouse owned by himself on Smith
t Goodwin Sts. .
;268-°-18-3t- o e w JOS. BONALSKI.
? HAS the: jolliest vacation (
/ Ever tried making pictures from start to finish \
/ yourself? It’s fun, with the right material. \
Brownie Cameras, $1 and $2 Brownie Developing Machines $2 r
Keasbey & Barnekov, i
Leading Druggists /
Is the most healing salve in
the world. It cures Sores, Cuts,
Burns and all Skin Diseases.
It positively
Cures Piles
S. Kingsbaker, 80 East Ohio Street.
Chicago, writes: “I had a bad case of
Piles for several years. BANNER SALVE
cured me quickly and permanently after
several doctors and remedies had failed
to relieve me.”
GUARANTEED. Price25Conta
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"y” Stops only to take on or let off paeoenge:
lor or from Perth Amboy on notice to Agent o
For further Information see time tables
rickets for all points on the Pennsylvanit
Railroad and connections, Pullman aceom
inodatlons. «Stc., at ticket office,Perth Amboy
J. B. HUTOHJNSON, General Manager
J. R. WOOD,Gen’lf see. Ag’t.
Taking effect May 18,1908.
Opens at 7 A. M. Closes at 7 P. M.
Malls Arrive:
Mew York. Western and Southern. 7.00 a m
itahway—Woodbridge. 7.30 am
Mouth Jersey way Mail.
Fords and Keasbey. 8.20am
Mew York and Northern Way. 9 30am
Rahway, direct. 12.00 a m
South Jersey Way. 12.30 pm
Wood ridge direct. 1 30
Mew York and Northern Way. . 2.30 pm
Mew York and Northern Way'.5.00 n
Mouth Jersey Way.... 5.80 p n
Brooklyn, Pennsylvania and N. Jersey o.SO p
Itahway, direct. 8.80 p m
Fords and Jeasbey.6.45 p m
Malls Close.
itahway and Woodbridge. 7 15am
Sew lorkand Northern Way. 730 am
Month Jersey Way. 9 00 .1 m
Mew Yol k and Eastern States. 9 30a m
rords and Keasbey. 9.30 a m
Mew York and Northern Way. 11.30 a m
tahwa. and Woodbridge. 12.00am
Mouth Jersey Way. 2,00 p m
Mew York and Northern Way. 4,30 pm
South Jersey Way . 4.30 pm
tahway and Woodbridge . 4.30p in
Fords and Keasbey . 7 00pm
Ul points. 7.00 P m
Money Order department opens at 7 a m closes
it 6.45 p m Saturday at 6.3o p m
Geo. H. Tice. P. M.
13 Raritan Copper Works
!6 High and Lewis
ft Madison ave and Paterson st ♦
W Market and First sts.
5 Smith and High st
7 State and Smith sts
3 Buckingham ave and Hartf
5 Commerce and Front sts
7 High and Washington str
4 State st and Buckingham ave
0 Hall ave and Charles st
7 Railroad ave and Wayne st
2 Washington and First sts
< Turnpike and Elm st
4 Smith 8t and Watson ave
6 Commerce and State sts •
‘2 Front and Smith ats
3 Water and Gordon sts
4 Kearny ave and Gordon st
*2 Smith and Herbert 8t
3 Woodbridge road and Washington st
4 Lehigh ave r dStauford st
Vo send in an alarm, open the door of the bos.
no,'pull down the lever and let go once only.
>tay at box until firemen arrive.
1 tap—Break in circuit. 2 taps—Drill and
,larm test. Hydrant at corner of JeiTerson and
ligh street always to be used for this trial. 3 <
aps Fire out. 5 taps—Police call. Ir2—Call for 1
ilncoln Hose 13—Call for WashiAton Hose.
4—Call foi McClellan Hose 15—C»i for Pro- ;
ection H. and L.
Foleys honey
Oorts Ooidsi Prevent.
Agent for Columbia Farm Wagons
and Carriages.
222 New Brunswick Avenue
Successor to D. MoFarland.
Move Furniture Carefully
and at Reasonable Cost
22 King Htreet.
Y««itn ImmmI I’li i Io.soph y.
“Mike,” said Plodding Pete, “how
would you like to be one o’ dese here
"I dunno,” answered Meandering
Mike; “it kind o' looks to me as if I’d
rather keep me appetite fur ham sand
wiches dan have to get me enjoyment
ownin’ art galleries an’ lookin’ at de
pictures.”—Washington Star.
Staten Island Rapid Transit R. R.
Time Table in effect on and after May 17, 1903
Perth Amboy to New York—Leave foot of
Smith St. daily except Sundays and' Legal
Holiday 5 15, 0.12 0.58, 7.35, 7 35, 8 05, 8 55
9 55,10.55, and 11.55 a m. 12 55, 1 55 2.50, 3.55
4.3J 5.30, 6.47, 7.55, 8.65, 9.55, 11.20 P. M,
Sundays and Legal Holidays.
0.'5, 7.55. 8.fo, 9.25, 10.05, 10.55 T.55A. M. 12.55,
l. 55,2.55, 3.55, 4.55, 5.35,6.15, 0-53. 7.35, 8 15,9.15,
10. 0,P. M.
Nev York to Perth Amboy:—Leave foot of
Whuehal! St. daily except Sunday and Legal
Holidays,|5/5, 6.50,8 00,9,00, 10,00, 11.00a. m,
12.00 1.' 0 1 3o, 2.30, 3.30, 4 30. 5.10, 5.30 5.45,
6.35 , 7.30, 8.30, 10.00,11.05 *12.25.
Sundays and Legal Bolida; s.
Leave New York 6 05, 8.00,9.10. 9.30, 10.20, 11.00,
1200,a.m 1.00, 2.(0,8.10,4.00, 5.00, O.Oo, 6.35,
7.15, 7.55, 8.35, 9.35, 10.30,11.45,p.m.
Ferry between Perth Amboy and Tottenville—
leave Perth Amboy dai y x5 15, xb 12, 6.32
x6.58, x7 35, x8.05, X8.55. x .55, 10.25, xl0.55
xll.55 a m. xl2 55, xl.55, 2’2o, x2 50, x3.55,
X4.89, x5 3i, 6.00, xb 47,7 26, *7 55,x8 55, X9.55,
1U.40 xll.20,p. m.12.40 a.m.
Sundaysind Le. al Holidays * 6.15,1x6 55. x7 55
x8.50, X9.24, xl .05, 0.30, xlO.55. x 11.55. a. m.
X12.55, xl.55, x2.55,x 3 56, x4.55, x5.35,x6 15,
xO.55 x7.S5. X8.15, X9.15, 9.35, xlO 30. ll,20,p.m.
12.15, a. m.
Leave Toitenville dally xl.30, 5.55, 6 22, 6 42
X7.19. 7.50 X8.15, X9.10, xlU.05, 10.40. xll.05 a.
m. X12.05, xl C5.x3.05, x2 35, xS.40, 4.10, x4.40,
X5.40. xb.18, *0.55. x 7.40, x8.4', X9.40, 10.20
xll.10, p m. X12.15. xi.30 A. 51.
Sundays atd Legal Holidays *6 25, x7.15, 8 20,
X9.05, 9.40. X10.15, X10.45, xll 35, a. m. X12.15,
xl,15,x 2.15, X3.15, x 4.10. x5.10, 5.55. x6.20
x7.10.x7.50 x9.3 i, x9.22, x9 50, xlO.46, xll 40 p.
rn xli.40,p m. xl2.55,a.m.
•Legal holidays only
xTrain Connect on.
Receiver Hen’I Traffic Agent
Time Table in effect Aug. 9, 1903.
-nations in New Fork, foot ot Oortlandt, he.
broBBee and Wrest 23rd streets, Penna. H.
Trains Lkav* Stati StrhutStatio*.
6.10, 8.00am 4 20p.m. 1 .So p.m. daily connec's
wh, way iralci for Bound Brook.Maucb Chunk
Weatherly, Hazelton Pottsvllle and intennedi
ate points.
6 10, 8.00. a. m. 1.30, 4.20, p. m. surdayt
S 35 a. m 1.30. 6.15 p. m:
8.C0 a. m. Daily Except Sunday Connect with
naii express lor nasion, Bethleham Allen
town, Pottsvllle, Buffalo. Niagara Falls and Chi
cago. Parlor Car New Y'ork to Buffalo, con
nects with local train for all points east of
Mauch Chuuk.
8.35 a. in. Sundays only. Express train for
Buffalo, Niagara Fails, and Chicago. Stops at
Flemiiigton Jet.
4.20 Li. in. Daily Except Sunday Express foi
for Wilkes B&rre, Scranton, Hazelton,
and principal Intermediate stations.
6.15 p. in. Sundays only Through train loi
Buffalo, Niagara Falls, Suspension Brldg<
and Chicago, connects lor New York.
9.10, a. m. 3.45, 5.00, 7.50, p. m. Sundays -
10,85 a. m., 5.00, 7.50 n. m. Trams arrive Perth
Ambov—9.30 a. m., 8.104.05, 5.25, £.10 p. m. Sun
day, 10.57 a. m., 5.25, S.10 p. m.
Tickets sold to all Western Points.
For further information apply to tlekf
Corrected to May 17 1903
For New York, Newark and Elizabeth
1.00 Thursdays & Saturdays to New •'
[only) 6 35, 7 17, 7.45, New York (only) 7.58 8.59
) 51, 11.18, a. m., 11.59 12.09 1 10, 3 22 4 50, 5 09.
120, 7 45, 8 09,9 55, p. m. Sundays, 3 ot, s 87.
i. m 5 29, 9 47, p. m.
For Phlladeipma and Trenton via Bouse
Brook, 7 17, 8.59, 11 18, 11.59 a m 1 10, 5 09 p. re
JULdays, 3 37 a. re. 5 29 p. m.
For Long Branch, ocean Grove, etc. 5.07,
) 20, a. m. 12.22, 2 27 , 3 38, 4 41 5 15, 6 33, Red
Sank (only) 7 19,(12.36 Wednesdays and bun
lays only; p. m Sundays 9 55, a. m 4 54 p. m
For Freehold, 5 07, 9 20 a. in,, 12,2a 2 27 , 5.15
p. m.
Additional trains for Red Bank 5 15 p m. 6.88
P.M. For bouth Amboy 7 II, 9 20 a. m. 2 2(, 3 36,
1 41 p m. 5 15, 6.52 9.29.
through tickets to all points at loweetrate.
nay be had on application In advance to Uc
icket agent at the atatlon.
W, G. Bkslku, Vice-Pres. & General Manage
<7. M. Bdbt, General Passenger Agent.
Time Table in Effect Sept. 15, 1902.
Cars leave Metuchen for Perth Anboy and all
points East to Boynton Beach at 5 and 35 minu
es a-t each hour from 6 a m. to 8.35 p. m.. and
'rom 8 35 to 11.35 p. m. at 35 miuutes past the
Cars leave Keasbey School for Metuchen at 5
md 35 minutes past each hour from 6 a.m. o
>.80 p m. and every hour from 8 to 11.8c p. m.
Cars leav» Keasbey for all points East every
5 minutes
Cara leaves Bridge at Woodbridge Creek tor
veasbev at foot of bmith Street every 30 miuu
es trom 6.15 a. m, to 11.45 p. m.
Cars leave Bridge at Woodbridge Creek for
tletuchen on the even hour and half hour from 6
i m. to 7 30 p. m. and on the half hour only
rom 7.80 to 11 p. m.
Cars leave Staten Island Ferry for Metuchen
md Keasbey Sohool at 18 and 4S minutes past
mch hour from 6 a. m. to 8 p. m. and from 8 to
p. m. at 48 minutes only and for Keasbey at
oot of Smith Street at 3 and 33 minutes past the
Cars leave Staten Island Ferry for Bridge at
Woodbridge Creek at 11,26, 41 and 56 minutes
>ast eaoK hour from 6 a. m. to 11 p. m.
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IJuilders and Con-1
tractorw Directory.!
Masons and Contractors
Office: i83 Madison Ave.
Tel. 67b Perth Amboy, N. J.
Carpenter and Builder.
Jobbing promptly attended to.
170 Rector street, Perth Amboy, N. I.
Carting to ALL PARTS of the CITY
Residence and Office; 30 Commerce St
Tel. Call 34.
Sand, Grvel, Brick, Flue Linings and
Sewer Pipe Furnished.
35 Woodbridge Road. 170 Brighton Ave.
Carpenters and Builders
Office and Shop: 6 East Avenue.
Estimates furnished. Jobbing attended to
Carpenter and Builder. Oak St
Alterations aud Jobbing attended to.
General Contractors
Sand, Gravel,.Broken Stone, Carting,Kto
244 Smith St. 225 New Bruaswlek Ave.
Successor to J. K. Jensen.
Mason and Contractor
221 Washington St.
fflJswsr8aw,ng' Turnto«
Shop and Office; 123 Brighton Aye.
Residence State A Lewis 8t.
House Painting, Paper Hanging, Interior
Decorating. 238 Wa»blBgtM St
Residence; 250 Washington
Perth Amboy, N. J.
Plumbing A Cas Fitting
Steam, Hot Water and Hot Air Heating
Dealer in Stovee, Ranges Heater
Repairing of ail kin a specialty.
367 8tate street, Perth Amboy, N. J.
Successors to Farrington A Runyon Oo
All kinds of Building Material
Office, 138 Favette street Pertn Amooy, N. J
Painter & Paperhanger
lobbing promptly ttented to 157 Gordon Bt
Painter and Paper Hanger
142 Brighton Ave.
Established in ’880.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer In
Lumber, Lath, Cement. Doors, Subeo,
Blinds, Mouldings, Builder’s Hardware,
Hair aud Nails.
Office and Yard; Jefferson St.*!C. B. R. of M. J.
Perth Amboy, N. J.
Carpenters and Builders
Barclay St._ Perth Amboy
Painter and Paper Hanger
125 Brighton Are.
Artificial Stone and Cement Works
Office: 108 Fulton St., New York City
A. SMITH, Mason and Builder
Estimates Cheerfully given.
34 Catherine at., nr. Hall Ave. Perth Ambo
R. B. SMITH Sanitary Plumber
Tinning and Sheet Iron Worker. Steam
and Gas Fitter. Jobbingjjromptly
attended to.
Shop 55 N. B. Ave. Perth Amboy, N. J«
Estimates furnished. Jobbing
90 New Brunswick Av.f
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