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WOODMEN OF WORLD PICNIC.
Planning for Big Outing a Boynton Beach on September 2. r The Woodmen of the World, of tho District of Nc-w Jersev, are making great preparations for the coming field day which will he hold at Boynton Beach on Wedensday, Sept. 2. Ath letics will be the principal events of the day. POLICE COURT. Men Accused of Stealing Caps Get Off with $3 Fine. Thomas Carron and John Kellv, who wore arraigned in court yester day morning on tho charge of stealing a cap from Weinberg's store the night previous, were up again this morning. The cnargo was not pressed, however, and the men were fined »'•! each on ae harge of disorderly conduct. James Glaoson, an oi l offender, was brought in by patrolman McDermott In?l II1LT111 ill uu iuiviauaivu.. * .... In court lie was remanded until to morrow morning. HAS ENTRY LIST. Commodore Garret \. Evans, ot the yrtcnt club, has cntrv blanks for the New Brunswick water carnival, Sep tember He has already given out 11 and anyone wishing them may secure them from him. ERECT TWO SlORY BUILDING. Hans Jacknmsou, of Gordon street, has purchased the vacant lot at Madison avenue and Gordon street. Ho will erect a two story building on the site. The ground floor will be used as a store. The contract has been awarded to Lund & Christensen. LOCAL ITEMS? Miss Henrietta Hausen, of 226 Madison avenue, has gone to spend her vacation with Mr. and Mrs. Ar thur Nelson of Jersey City. Miss Jennie Fugle, of Smith street, .isitiug relatives at South Elizabeth few days. exander H. Conquest and Alfred ft started for Atlantic Hiehlauds 'oday to camp for several days with friends nt that place. Children in Pe-ll Same of the most anxious hours of a other's life are those wnen the little let* have the croup, Foley’s Honey i<F Tar is a safe and effective remedy that never fails. ‘‘My boy would have died from membraneous croup if it had not been lor Foley’s Honey and Tar,-’ wait.es (J. VV. Lynch of Winchester, lad. Sexton’s Pharin*cv 70 Smith St„ After Over-Indulgence get your stomach and liver into proper condition by us ing- this renowned old family remedy Beecham’s Pills. Soil Everywhere-lit boxes lde. nml 25c. I””™" ADVERTISING. Money to loan on BOND AND MORTGAGE. THE BISHOP CO., 122 Smith St. Perth Amboy, N. J To Let- -House No. 42 South Second street,six rooms and cellai. Kent $12 a month to one family. Nielsen Bros., 122 Smith Street. 8-28-it A I lalf House to let six rooms, 206 Elm Street, $10 a mouth. Nielsen Bros., 122 Smith street. 8-28-it' II ^IM II11 ■ 11 ,■ I ■ I I III — ■ ■ -- ~ ECONOMY... If you are interested iu good property low cost, call on us. We liave some liue lots on William street for sale cheap. Boynton Brothers. Amboy Realty and Construction Company. A good business property lor sale on Smith Street, house nearly new, Store 20x44 feet, 10 large rooms, a decided bargain, terms reasonable. Post Office Building GREISEN & DAHL, Masons and Builders, j Room 14 Schener Building. ESTIMATES FURNISHED. y V • *> Evenings 7 to |IO. \ l o An Opportunity Wasted is Money Lost! How often do we have it brought to our attention that an opportunity once gone is gone for good. One does not have to live long in this world to find out this fact. Economical buyers real ize it, and are always on the lookout to grasp the opportunity to buy when they can save money— that is why our record-smashing AUGUST CLEARANCE S^LE 1 as been such a great success. ‘ ■ As formerly announced. This Sale will Close Saturday, August 29th._ AVAIL YOURSELF OF THIS LAST OPPORTUNITY TO FIT YOURSELF OUT WITH RELIABLE SHOES AT CUT PRICES OXFORDS | There is a lot of warm weather ahead yet, but we are selling all our Oxfords ! at cost—some far below cost. I! ! MEN’S SHOES U I _ _ Mi- i— n'itac———i——— Men s $4 00 Shoes, in all leathers, are now selling at Of course we are somewhat broken up in sizes, but perhaps your size is here yet. And then there are other good bargains in Men's shoes. -- Women s 1 Children’s Where else can you buy Women’s $3 Regina Shoes for $ 1 .08 ? That’s what we are selling them for. We also have Children’s Shoes, 8^2 to 11 */, which you can now secure for 75c, alwavs have been a dollar. Our 68c 1 98c Counters have just been replenished for the last time. These are all Extra Bargains if .you can use them. 1 i. cz. moore: czcz>_ S5 SMITH STREET Tha Sale Closes Saturday Night ■ i ___ __" OI-— n-ii--——- - /• -mm HU I MBii'W^nMnni———iwwi———-jwm ■■ mil ■ nu—nn—>—wim , A Phvsician Healed. Dr. (too. Ewing, a practicing physi cian of Smith's Grove, Ivy., lor over thir ty years, writes i is personal experience with Foley’s Kidney cure: “For years I had been greatly bothered with kidney and bladder trouble and enlaiged pros tate gland. I used everything known to the brol'ession without rebel, until I com menced to use Foley’s kidney Cure. A l ter taking tinee bottles I was entirely relieved and cured. I prescribe it now daily in my practice and heartily recom mend its use to all physicians lor such troubles. I have prescribed it in hun dreds of cases with perfect success. Sex ton’s Pharmacy 70 Smith ct I Shirt Waists | | At \ Price. I is ★ ★ ★ ★ % Jj In order to clean out our |j ® Entire Stock of Summer X Sr Shirt Waists, we will sell ffl fj Ladies Shirt Waists in white M y and colored, regular were no to f| 1.85, while they last.63e (jj) J Ladies Shirt Waist-of White fit ffi< Lawn and Madras,regular nrice c| tp up to 1 (ih while they last 853 F$ H La ies White and Colored |? p Waists regular price were up m 1 If 2.4'J while they last.1.25 I Philip Levine, j j | THE NEW CLOAK STORE, g j I 351 State Street | P Near Fayette St. g) CALENDAR OF LOCAL EVENTS AUGUST SEPT. SB T U FS S M T W T F S .j- - ••j-.J i • • - ■ j I 2.3 4:5 I 2. 3 4l 5 f' 7! S 078 9 10 11 12 <) io ii 12 13 14 r 5 ! j 17 14 15 16 17 1819 Hi 17 iSjlg 20 2 622 ; 20 21 ^22 23j24 25120 23 24 25 26127 2S 29 ! 27 2S,29 30_ j . . Sept. T.—Carnival. Isov. 18, 16, 20—Fair, Presbyterian Chapel. THOMAS M. THICKSTUN Attorney-at-Law 122 Smith street, Scheuer Building p kth v »i ov, n. .1. I'—' I Forrest Smith CITY SURVEYOR,\ ' cheubr Building jfi Frki Lupto . Herbert A. Brsn*Kix. LUPTON &, BUSHNELL j SUCCESSORS TO LUPTON & LUPTOb ' ..Gramte and Marble. fV onumants headstones and >ertcing. Your l•ar^onHt^e New Bruns’k Av. & Central R. R. t ♦ ♦♦♦«♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ v *♦♦♦♦♦*♦♦♦♦♦; ♦; »V V ; ************** * ** * 4. ********■ •* * * * •*'.'*'.'*■/* SPECIAL SALE I v -o, Alarm, I v ~ —— ^ V THE GREAT SUCCESS we had some time ago in V ® the sale of our alarm clocks prompted us in A'« ♦ 4 • %*/ ♦*« having another sale. We have just received 500 more !w T of these clocks, which we will sell for § 59 CENTS | K SATURDAY, AUGUST 29, ON GY. ^ » _ >: GUARANTEED TO BE WORTH 90c. | V GUARANTEED FOR ONE YEAR. ♦ ♦)<« ♦ « . ' i _ ■■ ' ■■■■ » i ___ :<♦> | L. KREIELSHEIMER | l\ LEADING JEWELER AND OPTICIAN V 122 SMITH STREET PERTH AMBOY 1f "BEE HIVE." s^ZniCo^re. NEWARK. During August close Saturday 12 noon. Open FridaylEvenings. A Special in Women’s new Fall Outerwear. All spick, spun and new, a suit you will require before long fact some these cool days and nights hint of them now. Save $5 00 on new Fall Suit —Beautiful mixtures in gray> 1111 T * 1 /* * * • 1 . . 11 uim k, muwu, lau.. i nuui, .->u cti” 111 ui uiuil^C, Willi Ol without cape, perfect in fit and finish. Worth $20 for SI5.00 SOME OF THE AUTUMN MILLINARY IS HERE. A goodly showing of ready-to-wear and untrimmed hats has been arranged, and while far from representing our ideal of a finished display, is sufficient to give you insight into what is correct and incidently save you a snug amount besides. THE TIIV WCEI) SALE OF FIT'S ENDS MONDAY AUG. 3ist„ 6 P. M. Furs purchased now upon payment or deposit will be reserved until Dec. ist. and in the meantime you may make partial pay ments to suit your convenience. What could be more liberal ? sr IL.S.PIauti&Co.Newark. |£ Free Deliveries. Kelli nil Ifor UsicU. “She’s very sfu<.;ou> . ,-ftn; one woman, “Yes,” answered the other. “And doesn’t semi to ear* for gossip ing in the least." "Oh, 1 don’t know about that,” an swered the other, wb !i a si -shemere ly preft rs to tal out Ht of Troy and Romeo and J to paying atten tion to what is on in her own neighborhood. ’- V ushington Star. Her Own Secret. “A woman can never keep anything to herself,” said Danboy to his wife, who had been repeating something he didn’t want known. “Oh, yes, she can,” said Mrs. Danboy, sweetly. "I'd like to know what it is,” he growled. “It’s her real and private opinion of her husband.”—Tit-Bits, tr» Tan Gee lo Bnllfl? EKLT If ho, you can't get too mueli information a regard to ilie kirn! m bathroom ttm contractor proposes to put into your bouse, lii' w ill put in w li i 1 it kind you specify. We have i, umber of model bathrooms lifted up for insp.. and can give you a lot of hel urination. -- OUR . . . LIGHT LIGHTS! No 8moke or Smell, Clean, Cool and Comfortable Con venient and Economical. MATCHLESS ELECTRIC LIGHT Co ir»($ Smith Street. COLLEGE. Newark. N. «T« Comer Acad«iny »ikI Halsey streets. One block rear of Newark Post 0111 ce. &,me Reis its Whj Y< i Should Attend the Coleman School. 1—It is the best equipped private school In the state. 2-It employs the argest faculty of teachers, J—It will . ive you the most for your money in the least ti tip. 4,—It 11 Is more posi lions at better pay thau an o Her pchool in New Jersey. 6-1 is th * oldest atid best school in the East. SCHOOL OPEN THE YEAR ROUND. Send for catalogue and booklet. Establ shed 1S^3. H. COLEMAN, Inco po -led ). S, J KUULER. RECHINITZER&BRAY, I I CIT? HORSESHOERS | and WAGON BUILDERS. Wron Huueture an Grate 'Work. None 1 but experienced men employed. \ Best work. Lowest Price. T N. B. Ave. near Post Office [ V. C. COUNSELLOR AT LAW 83 Smith St., PERJH AMBOY. NEW JERSEY. | Ahead of the Game ‘■Hive you ever made anything on the races* "Yt* I went cut te the track one day with mio that I intended to bet and didr.*”—Chicago Record-Heraid. r Proved Acniu jack—The chump! He has sent lier ^ flowers. But I will have revenge. I’ll send her candy. Tom—Ah, then, the revenge is sweet. —Chicago Daily News. Unite Surprising:. Subbubs—I bought some chickens yesterday and started a poultry yard, and early this morning there were two colored men hanging around my place. Col. South—Yo’ don’t say, suh? And do yo’ really hang ’em up hyar merely fo’ stcalin’ chickens? — Philadelphia Press. i! The store that does more for your money “ than any f other" — whether you pay cash or open an account. \ “OPPORTUNITIES" SiW jj Choose what you want—we’ll “tag” ! ; and reserve goods ’till you’re ready for l/* delivery, if you’re not ready for,’em now. 1 Doubt if prices will ever get so low again! | I S,“..p*ri”. 18.00 832.^. 9.45 i if #20.00 Bedroom t /L AA #18.00 Music *7 oft I' || Suits. lO.UU Cabinets. /.VO l! #10.00 Side- a ** rto #4 00 Reed "> TC f|> '|! boards. 1 Rockers. jCi» J \J <| I’ $10.00 Extension /: rvQ $7.00 Refrigerators C ftC i1 j Tables. O.VO for. D.OO 1“ $4.00 Enameled fsft $100 Porch 7Cr- I jj| Beds. AiyO Rockers. / 9 I $8.00 Couches rr Oft $400 Parlor Oft » ' for. O.VO Tables. Z.VO 9 I;; $12.00 Dressers fj pg $11.00 Hall g QQ | II $9.00 Chiffoniers gp $0.00 Baby p pg | j|| $10.00 Bookcases rj 25 Go-Carts | j pg I Smallest Carpet Prices on Record! j; 60c grade Brussels. 53c Yd !" 1.50 grade Body Brussels.1.25 Yd v | 65c grade All-Wool Ingrains.56c Yd V 94c grade Velvets. 84c Yd i' Beautiful Mattings.He Yd Up i New.Linoleums and Oil Cloths, all widths, all patterns. Close prices, i | AMOS H.VAN HORN, Ltd. L j •> Be Mute you see ‘‘No. 73” and first name “AMOS” before entering our store. ( j j | ACCOUNTS ■y o MARKET ST., NEWARK, N. J. f ! r PASY £ ^5 Near Plane St., West of Broad St. 3 \ , pay MENTS Al1 trolleys trmnsfi r to our door, c j -i— I Again vje ask—(his month in i hymn i Send 4or ou> book " 'The Trst"/ Fi<nt * Qstermoor Patent as tic rclt mattress ^ I friends every day you should see their letters u . mi!! ask tui ‘hem One person has asked W it mattress in always ,>ENT ON SUSPSCI .,1 i tins Sleep on it 3o Nights and if it is not even . ■ 1 vp it to he the equal in cleanliness, durability . any B i i t. aitn.sn tade you can get your money bark by retui .e « * ,, „ „i.a • llie.e will ne no unpleasantness about it tab B «S Scad lor Our Book, "THE TEST OF TIKE,” jj whether you need a mattress now or not. Ed It will interest you to know about the best 9 and cheapest mattress in the world, We U sell direct to the user only. alert A Inches wide, 25 lb.- , . 3 feet wide, 30 lbs. . ,u -rm 3 feet 6 inches wide. 33 lb» 1, .. ,‘iianM^I 4 feet wide, 4o lbs. . . .3.33 ;3H9 4 feet6 inches wide, 45 lbs < ^ Image in two parts, 50 cents extra. c^xpicsa umrgca prcpaiu avoiu w rjarcti - - t ARE CARE I DON’T BE DECEIVED I There is not a single store n the couurf til ' - ■ .. .carries our mattress; almost every store uas a imitation so-called * ‘ felt/* which is kept in stock to sell on our advertising* Our name ami?*ari on every mattress. Can be bought only 01 ;«■* OSTERMOOR & COMPANY, 119 Elizabeth St., NEW YOI 3 Wt have cushioned 31,000 CkurcitJ. Send/or Her took, " Church Cushions.' J i