THIS STORE CLOSED TO-NIGHT AT 8 O'CLOCK
The Store that is Always Busy.
Busy now rushing out the Summer ^ Busy now every day rushing in
goods at heavy reductions. the new Fall lines.
Forerunners of Autumn.
We are now showing a
splendid collection of superbly
tailored skirts, all brand new
and each bearing a distinctive
touch of early fall styles. The
materials are all wool cloth,
basket weave, in Oxford grey,
all lengths. They are made
with pretty flare, finished with
many rows of fine tailor stitch
ing; regularly worth $3 ‘50,
TUESDAY UNTIL SOLD
A SALE OF DRESS LAWNS,
Neat figures on white grounds and colors.
JUST ABOUT HALF PRICE.
To buy Lawns of this quality at such a price at present state of
cotton market, with many mills closing up on account of scarcity
and high prices of raw materials is one of those opportunities
customers know are not presented outside of our stores.
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The best and largest Bed
Spread you ever bought for
the price, pure white, hand
some designs and hemmed for
use, $1.39 value, special, each
PILLOW TOP HANDKERCHIEFS
S One hundred dozen Fancy Colored Pillow Top Handkerchiefs, iu a variety
1 of patterns, regular price 12 l-2c at, IOC.
REYNOLDS & HANSON|
128 and 130 Smith Street
Phone 108 PERTH AMBOY. £
Wall Paper I
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.
TO BE DRUGGISTS.
At the opening of the New York
College of Pharmacy, this mouth,
| Perth Amboy will be well represent
ed. Arthur Philo, formerly with
Sexton, John Williams, with Parisen,
and Arnold Lund, of Sexton’s store,
' will attend. They will take up the
two years course.
Sylpli I'nginrer* llurnol.
OYSTER BAY. X. Y„ Sept. 2.—There
was a serious explosion aboard a
naphtha launch of the Sylph. President
Roosevelt’s yacht, shortly before she
left here. The engineer of the launch
was caught in a sheet of flame, which
badly burned his face and both arms.
\<mv ltri;lK'«. For Capital.
WASHINGTON. Sept. 2.—Tile war
department lias given an order to the
Pennsylvania Steel company of Phila
delphia for a highway bridge across the
Potomac above the Long bridge. The
price is $!>14,<M)0.
Olympia'* lajurle* slialit.
WASHINGTON. Sept. 2.—A report
from Rear Adiiingil (’oglilan on the ac
cident to the Olympia during the ma
neuvers says that her injuries are
slight, but that tile ship is leaking tjuite
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The Finest Summer
Resort on the Coast.
NEW SHOOTING GALLERY
NEW ICE CREAM PARLOR
NEW BATHING HOUSES;
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dancing 2 to 5 p. m., FREES
'‘very afternoon; and from 7 to;
! i :30 every evening.
Ample Table Accommodations s
|for SHORE DINNERS at Short;
IVe close every evening at S.30.
Saturday at to.
McCall’s Bazar Patterns,
10c and 15c
Fashion Sheets for the asking.
THIS TIME IT’S
Yes, Ladies’ Aprons,
and lots of them,some
have needlework in
sertion, some edging,
some 10 small tucks,
others are extra wide,
with deep hem, and
still others with wide
pleats, either of lawn
or cambric, regularly
sold for 2oc and 29e,
for Thursday at.
See Window Display.
.400 State Street...,.
The hospital association acknowl
edges $25 from J. H. & F. Hilsdorf
on coal account.
W. A. Belcher and family, this
morning, returned from a two weeks’
visit in Vermont.
Mr. and Mis. John M. N. Scott, of
High street, have returned from their
trip to Europe.
John Smith, of Atlantic Highlands,
is visiting his parents on Smith street
John F. Reilley Jr., has returned
from a two weeks’ visit with relatives
Mrs. F. B. Morris, of New York
Citv. a former resident of Perth Am
boy, is visiting in town.
Dr. William P. Keasbey and family
have returned from the Adirondacks
where they spout a week or two.
Miss Estelle Davis, of Washington,
D. C., is visiting her cousin, Miss
Blanche Mason, on Jefferson street.
Mr. Edward Barnes and family
arrived home yesterday from their
Mr. G. D. Runyon and familv re
turned from Ocean Grove yesterday.
Mrs. John Halpin and daughter
Maude returned Tuesday after spend
ing two weeks at Ocean Grove.
Misses Josephine and Henrietta
NisBen have returned to their home
in Brooklyn after a two months pleas
ant visit spent with Mrs. Carl Chris
tianson, of Madison avenue.
1 ^We are justly ]
;! —OF.OUR new— ;
in Sauce Pans, Preserving
Kettles, Tea Kettles,
Tea Pots, Coffee Pots,
Pudding and Cake
Pans, etc., etc.
€ Made by a new factoiy. Superior
P to tlie old Gray Wale.
i UJaldemar Krause
\ -58 - !
t SMITH STREET. <
v Near High St. I
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.J. Howard Moore and son, of Ger
mantown, Pa., are spending a few
days with Mrs. L. O. Moore, of Mc
Miss Anna Holm, of Smith street,
is spending a few days with friends
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hall are visit
ing Mr. Hall’s sister, Mrs. E. H.
Martin, on Rector street, for a few
MR. VENESS BURIED.
Steven J. Veness, Sr., a former
resident of this city, died at his home
in Somerville and was buried in St.
Mary’s cemetery in this city, yester
day afternoon. Rev. Father Radosci,
of the Holy Cross Catholic church,
officiated. Mr. Veness leaves a widow,
an aged mother and three children.
He was fifty-four years old.
Mr. Veness lived in Perth Amboy
for eight years. He moved to Somer
ville in January 1902. He died of
heart failure. The pall bearers were
Joseph Fisher, John Smith, P. Hoff
mnn M nc A A n(1 rotr nnd .T
Lokoli. He was a member of the First
Hungarian Brotherly Benefit Society
and that organization turned out in a
Card of Thanks.
Mrs. Anna Venoss wishes to express
her heartfelt thanks to the members
of the First Hungarian Brotherly
Benefit Society for their sympathy and
assistance during her recent bereave
NEWSBOYS WANTED—to sell Even
ing News. 8 -18-tf
SCHOOL SUPPLY SALE
THURSDAY we will commence an important sale of School
Supplies. For weeks we have been preparing for this event.
Everything for boys and girls who start to school next Tuesday.
Ready-to-wear Pants, Waists, Stockings, Caps, Handkerchiefs,
Umbrellas, Dresses, etc. School Bags, Companions, Pens and
Pencils, Writing Tablets, Rulers. Erasers, Straps, and scores of
other little necessaries that make work easier and more interest
ing, and we would like all parents to know that they can save
from one-third to one half on all purchases during this sale.
CUT THIS OUT.
By presenting this Coupon at Saiz
Stei er's Dry Go • s Sto t* tin ing 8cl o jl
Supply Sale and purchasing good* to the
amonnt r f $1 OJ or rvrr ’ ou will get
$2 worth of Red Star Stamps Abso
P. S.—Every child making a
purchase to the amount of 10j
or over will get a good quality
pencil absolutely free.
OCEANS OF LITTLE THINGS
Slate Pencils, Erasers, Penholders and
Lead Pencils, same as you always
paid ic for, here.3 for Ic
Patent Penholders, Lead Pencils,
Sponges, the kind that always cost
5c, here at.Ic
Davis’ Ink, the' 5ckind, at.3c
Hardwood Companions, 10c kind, at. 5c
School Bags, the 50c quality, at ... 25c
Slates, sc kind, at.3c
Slates, 10c kind at.6c
Slates, 15c kind, at.9c
Rulers, 5c kind, at.3c
Rulers, 10c kind, at .5c
Pads, 5c kind, at.3c
Pads, 10c kind, at.5c
Sharpeners, 5c kind, at.2c
Sharpeners, 10c kind, at.5c
Book Straps (can also be used as
Are Now In.
Our line is as complete as any in
the city, and we would be pleased
to have you call and inspect
STYLE AND FIT GUARANTEED.
All work by experienced tailors.
All repair work satisfactorily done.
83 Smith Street, Perth Amboy,
Choice Family Groceries
Fresh stock constantly received
Cor. Prospect and Smith Sts,
TUTTI FRUTTI, BISQUE, coffee and
pistachio ice cream 10c per plate at
Raymond’s, 188 Smith street.
PLEATING AND stamping. Latest
designs in shirtwaists. Mrs. Ward,
265 High street. 3410-8-31-5t
SALESLADY WANTED—at Raymonds 138
FOR SALE—BEDROOM furniture,
tables, conch, chairs and carpet at
100 High street. Can be seen in morn
ing this week. 3427-9-2-1
FOR SALE—HOUSE corner High and
Gordon streets. A. M. Johnson, 89
TO LET—A NICE six room, comfort
able house, hot and cold water,
bath room, cemented cellar. Enquire
Mrs. Bollerup, 257 New Brunswick
FOR SALE—A BRICK house, corner
High and Gordon street. See your
FOR SALE—ONE GOOD all around
horse, suitable for either carriage or
working purposes. Charles E. Peter
son, Green street, Woodbridge, N. J.f
CARRIERS WANTED—AT the News
PEACH ICE CREAM from fresh
fruit. 10c per plate at Raymond’s,
138 Smith street.9-l-tf
TO LET—HALF of double house, 6
rooms, 303 Prospect street.
FOR SALE—15 ACRE farm highest
Btate of fertility. Ten minutes to
school or church. M. G. Ashley,
Woodbridge, N. J., Perth Amboy
FOR SALE—ONE good all around
horse, three wagons and harness,
M. G. Ashley, Woodbridge, N. J.,
Perth Amboy ave._3412-9-l-6t
WANTED—SEVERAL persons of
character and good reputation in
each state (one in this county requir
ed) to represent and advertise old
established weatlhy business house
of solid financial standing. Salary
$21 weekly with expenses additional,
all payable in cash direct each Wed
nesday from head offices. Horse and
carriage furnished when necessary.
References. iLnclose self-addressed
envelope. Colonial, Caxton Build
ing, Chicago. 3802-8-18-tf
NEAPOLITAN, VANILLA, chocolate
and strawberry ice cream. 10c per
plate at Raymond’s, 138 Smith street.
Newsboys wanted—to sell Evening
FOR RENT—A BARN and stable,
snitanle for one horse. Enquire at
News office. 8164-7-25-tf
OUR CANDIES "ARE pure and fresh
daily. Try our make of chocolates.
Raymond’s, 138 Smith street.
HAND PAINTED CHINA shirtwaist
sets are the popular thing. Orders
taken for studs, cuff buttons and belt
buckles, also hat pins, at 114 Rector
GUARANTEED BICYCLES |15.
Sewing machines, all makes, lowest
market prices. 336 State street, A.
Jensen, dealer. 3046-7-10-tf
DO YOU WANT a carpenter to do
vour job work? Send for H. P. Nel
son, 282 Smith street. Call at Barber
FOR SALE—High Grade 10 horse
power steam engine and boiler.
Second hand. Excellent condition.
Manufacturer, care of Evening Mews
Old prices for Paper Hanging need no
longer be paid. With our system of hang
ing, better and more lasting work is doue
at less cost,because done so much quicker.
All should know this.
N.Y. PAPER HANCINC Co.
John L. Murphy, Mgr. 136 Rector St.
—1Telephone 41 F—
WSHINC THE $800
MARKJ/ERY CLOSE, j
Carnival Fund Continues to Grow —
Fireworks to be the
The additional $100 allowed the fire
works committee for the pyrotechnic
display at the water carnival, will be
used to improve the program already
arranged and also to enlarge upon it.
Entry blanks have been provided
and by using them much confusion
will be avoided Monday night.
Subscriptions for the fete continue
to come in and $800 is easily assured,
today’s total amount being $783.50.
kThe list to date follows:
Eliseo V. Ricci. 5.00
John H. Johnson.*. 6.00
Model Yacht Olub. 5.00
F. S. Olosson. 1,00
Total. $788.50 A
It is important that we do not forgot I
the Hospital. Many of onr citizens ’
could spare a dollar occasionally and
would feel they were doing a philan
Mr. C. T. Booth, of this city, for
warded $3 to the president of the
Ladies Anxiliarv this mnrnincr Anv
one desiring to make a voluntary con
tribution may send to either the
president, Mrs. G. D. Runyon, or the
secretary, Mrs. O. W. Sneath, and
they will receive due recognition.
The members of the Ladies Auxiliary
will meet Thursday 3 p. m. at the
house of the president to get roady
for the fall work.
The men who have made the largest
fortunes in business are those who 1
have been the most extensive adver- ■
Advertising is the life of trade. A
Eye Strain Causes Headache and many ills,
which suitable glasses
.will obviate, ask yens
* doctor. For any style
9 of gold ones only 3.50
F. J. MONAGHAN, Opt. I).,
Smith St., over Halz & Steiner's store, Tuesday
and Saturday, 1.30 to 7 p. m., side entrance.
61 Smith St., Cor. High, PierceiWatson Bdg
Hair Dressing, Shampooing, Scalp treatment
corn treatment Manicuring and Massage
Skillfully done for Ladies at reasonable prices.
Also scalp treatment Manicuring and corn
treatment for gentlemen. Out of town engage
ments by appointments.
PINCH & BENNETT;
Painters, Paper Hangers, House
and Church Decorators.
PAPER HANGING A SPECIALTY.
12 Centre Street, Perth Amboy, N. J. 1
We most respectfully solicit a share of j
your favors and guarantee satisfaction.
L. PERELMAN, Pawnbroker
ty Ladies and Gentlemen: I have a great
many beautiful articles left from the last sale
— Watches, Diamonds, Rings, whicb I offer to
sell at very low prices. All goods guaranteed as
L. Perelman, 386 State St.
i PATRICK WHITE & SONS
Telephone No. 8
General and Special Machine ^Pattern
Boiler and Blacksmith Work. /
j iiIsei i iEy
Goal * in any quanmy JB
j“- at the Lowest ' W
Wood Market Prices |
j l Yard; New Brnnswlck Ave., and r)
heblgli Valley Crossluit. (
0 Tel. 51. Perth Amboy, N. J.
For Sale Cheap!;
One set automobile tires.
Leek Post Office BOX 78
Tide Water Trans.
Executive Offices: 31 Broadway.
NEW YORK, AMBOY
AND WAY FREIGHT.
Pier 6,, North River.
Leave PERTH AMBOY, 12 noon!
Try an Ad. in the EVENING NEW^
stops tho cough sod heels lungs
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