This Store Closes Tonight at 8 O’clock.
The Best Store for-—
The wide range of styles and qualities in Dress Goods
and Silks is the centre of interest just now. We are de
voted to them. How could it be otherwise ? Study, care
and wise judgment in selecting make this display one
worthy of your attention. But there is little that can be
told in print. Names mean little or nothing. Colors all
look the same when expressed in white and black. Fix
tures cannot be conveyed in words, and prices impress one
only when the goods themselves are at hand. We advise
you to come and see for yourselves what we have to offer.
Flere’s a memorandum of a few dress fabrics and silks
which we think are the “best for the money’’ now in sight:
2 Zibelines, from 50c to. 175
| Scotch Mixtures, 50c to • • 1.25
jj Venetians, 50c to. I 25
j Movelty Suitings, 50c to .125
j Fancy Satin Stripe Waistirgs 69c
2 Taffeta Silks, 39c to. 75c
2 Peau de^Soie, 75c to. 1.59
Broadcloth from 75c to • • 1.25
Prunella Cloth, 75c to. 1.25
Kerseys, I 00 to. 1.50
Crepe Melrose., 75c
Wash Taffetas. 75c
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We’ve an immense variety of new goods to select from.
Everybody knows that in this one feature we easily sur
pass all other stores. Where Dress Goods and Silks are in
unusual variety this is the place to go for them.
I Remember this is Dress Goods and Silk Week.
Selling out entire stock
100 Rolls at prices that 1
have been reduced «
25 per cent.
$5,000 worth must go |
before September 1st 1
regardless of price, p
All Mattings have been
reduced to half price
All of the best quality
at very low prices.
IH Diamonds, Watches, Rings, Silver i
ware and Musical Instruments §£
almost GIVEN AWAY at
of unredeemed pledges will be held on M
Tuesday and Wednesday
SEPTEMBER 15th & 16th. |
386 State St, Perth Amboy
No lover of bargains will remain I
away from this sale. Pledges
have been accumulating for the Sfi
last three mouths and the assort- Hj
ment we are aide to oiler you now, H
eclipses anything we have been able R
to offer you in this line for years.
Don’t miss it, you’ll surely re- I
gret it if vou do.
Below we give you a faint idea E
bow some of these goods will be B
sold and what they consist of.
1 solid gold watch, American Wal- E
tham movement, worth 00.00, H
to go for about.18.50 B
1 solid gold watch, open tace, 17 L*
h jewel, Appleton & 'tracey move- H
B| ment, worth 72.00, can be bad Ij
fi for about, .24.00 Ep
1 .solid gold S ,viss watch, 15 jewel ||
Rfl worth 120 Kronen, will be sold
for about .16.00 g
Ix nuim ion aiuii. i-; jowcib rag
worth 90 Kronen; to go for j§|
ibout- .13 50 Q
1 Ladies' solid gold watch, worth B
32.00,niu-t he sold for aboui 14.00
1 solid gold chain, 14k, warranted 3]
a bargain at 29.00, to go for H
1 gold tilied watch case, worth R
27.00, to go for about.11.50 Eg
Solid silver, open face and hunting ra
worth 8.00 and 9.00, to go for H
.2 GO and 2.25 gf
] diamond ring, blue w hite, 1-2 and I
1-10 carat, worth at any time R
45.00, at.r:20.00 M
1 diamond ling,' its sparkle must H
be seen to be appreciated, worth H
05.00, to go for about.33.50 H
Solid Silver Watches
^Open and hunting ca4es, worth R
18.00 and 19.00, must be sold for H
about.7.50 and 8.00 R
An elegant assortment of Ladies’ H
ioekets, chains, rings, silver R
spoons, forks, musical instru- R
incuts, cut glass, and mechanics’ R
tools will be sold to the highest Rj
ra bidder, regardless of value.
j WAKE A NOTE of it in your
y meruoumduni book—Pawnbroker’s Ei
;'3 .Sale of Unredeemed Pledges Tues [email protected]
J day and Wednesday, Sept. 15-16, R
It, PEL'l ILK, Auctioneer.
We close every evening at 8.30.
Saturday at 10.
Fancy striped lawn Curtains,
with ruffles, 2'/> yards long,
full width, regular price S9C,
for Saturday only, per pair
See Window Display.
.400 State Street....
I RUBBER t
| RUBBER i
| RINGS |;
for Lightning and Mason Jars
| MASON’S PINT AND
i1 Large Stock. d
s Ulaldemar Krause \
'I *-58— J
\ SMITH STREET.
J Near High St. < J
I’H t sin:i'«: lit)nicer l^KNinff,
riTTSBCTM'}. Sept. 11. Arthur Am
ipsen. hiinkpr. steamship agent and for
eign colleetor and tlie proprietor of1 -1lie
SI i\:m exchange bank. lets been miss
ing from his place of business since
Aug. 18. and many of his ei-i nts among
the Hungarians, Slavs. Poles and Kits
sinus besieged bis closed office doors
seeking (lie return of tliclr deposits ot
assurance of their safety. Amiesen is
accused by his depositors of having
fled, taking their money with him
The aggregate of these sums, it is be
lieved. will reach $40,000.
fttink President Indicted.
DUI.I TH, Minn.. Sept. 11.—Diaries'
K. J.clnnd. president of the defunct
Commercial Banking company, was
indicted by 11; • grand jury in the dis
trict court on two counts for receiving
deposits after knowing that the bank
At my offie* your eyes
receive F It l i K O F
C II A It ti e. an honest,
thorough and scientific
examination, by an Ocu
list who lias practic d eye-diseases for 8X >etrs,
and proper gl isses fitted for $1.00 upward, ttep
mat Ion is what 1 am after, and ■ on ca i ret • up
on getting good, honest value fo * your in 'nev
us many readers of this paper wi I estify. DIP
ItltKibHN; Oculist, xOO BROADWAY (near
Fulton St.), hi. Y., Room 802, over drug store
Hours 9 to 0.
Crowd Would See Hanging.
RALEIGH. N. Sept. 11.—Wilford
RosebMO, colored. was hanged at States
ville. this state, for the murder of Mrs
Doph Heaver. The county commission
ers ordered that the execution be pri
vate. but the surging crowd outside
the jail yard tore away the canvas,
and fully 2.000 people witnessed the
hanging. Iloseboro met his fate with
Eye Strain Causes Headache and many ills,
which suitable glasses
will obviate, ask yous
doctor. For any style
of gold ones only 3.50
F. J. MONAGHAN, Opt. I>.,
Smith St., over Hair. * Steiner's store. Tuesday
and Saturday, 1.8) to T p. m., side entrance.
61 Smith St., Cor. High, Pierce*Watson Bdg
Hair Dressing. Shampooing, Scalp treatment
corn treatment Manicuring and Massage
•killfully done for I-adies at reasonable prices.
Also scalp treatment Manicuring and corn
’ reatment for gentlemen. Out of town engage
ments by appointments,
j ALMOST A YEAR OLD I
I and when the “birthday” conies, we shall celebrate in fitting
way, the most wonderful year’s growth and acquisition of pres- H
tige ever experienced by any new store in this city where several g
good stores already thrive. Meanwhile Fall Goods are “falling H
in.” livery department is showing new things.
Girls’ Dresses, beautiful ones, at. 98c
New Plaids, all the way from . 15c up
New Gloves, “Our Pride,” at. 98c
And we never forsake the old for the new', so we offer the b&l- g
ance of White Waists, still plenty of time for you to buy and wear ■
i.oo Waists, at . . 49c f\
1.50 Waists, at.75c
200 ^ aists, at. . 1.19
Stamps to everybody, we believe in “equal rights.”
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^ 166 SMITH STREET |
Cor. Madison Ave., - Perth Amboy B
A Holy T^i'i'oi*.
If your boy is a “Holy Terror” on Shoe Leather, don’t feel
bad. It shows that he is energetic and full of life—he'll make
the kind of man that keeps the world
" ~ moving. For his present needs bring
him in and fit him out with a pair of
Other parents have done it, and now
they wear a smile. There’s a reason
____for it. Sturdy School Shoes for
I strenuous little women too. A pen
cil box with every pair.
SCIlOOlT SHOES THAT WEAR
L Ga Moore Co»j smith $t.
j tlim>il—ll 101 HIM lillll ■li'IIWfll ■ I j
1 BOSTON STORE I
:: ;: '
i An opportunity seldom offered to refur- £
[j nish your hordes at less than <►
j normal cost. \\
? 1.50 Nottingham Lace Curtains. 98c f
? 2.00 “ “ “ ...1. 1.25 t
i 2-50 i.49 |
J 4-4 Silkoline. I2>^c 5
# Figured Velour, all the latest designs .T'?7. 49c S
# Muslin Curtains, full lenght with full ruffle . 45c $
I WM. MURDOCH, } i
72 Smith Street, Perth Amboy. J *
Telephone Call 69-A.
Try one - - -
and you’ll want another
B‘ L. MARSH & GO.,
121 Smith Street.
Are Now In.
Oar linn is as complete as any in
the city, and we would be pleased
to have you call and inspect
STYLE AMD FIT GUARANTEED.
All work by experienced tailors.
All repair work satisfactorily done.
RR Smith Stroot Porth Amhnu
NEAPOLITAN, VANILLA, chocolate
and strawberry ice cream. 10c per
plate at Raymond’s, 138 Smith street.
CARRIERS WANTED—AT the News
PEACH ICE CREAM from fresh
frmt. 10c per plate at Raymond’s,
138 Smith street. 9-1-tf
WANTED—LIVE AGENTS to sell
Dr. White’s Electric Combs, patent
ed .Tan. 1, ’99. Cure dandruff, hair
falling out, sick and nervous head
aches, yet cost no more than an ordi- I
nary comb. Sells cn sight, agents are j
wild with success. Send 50c for j
sample (half price). Write quick. I
The Dr. White Electric Comb Co., m
Decatur, 111. 3486-9-11-tf ^
WANTED—GOOD GERMAN girl for I
general housework, 3 in family, $14 ■
per month. Apply to Mrs. Henry V
Heil, Carteret, N. J.
FOR RENT—A pleasantly located
large room fronting on the bay,
furnished, to one or two gentlemen.
Apply 108 Water street.
FOR SALE—A phonograph stand, 2
horns, and 87 best selected Edison
and Columbia records at $45. Enquire
6 Hall avenue. 3480-9-11-2
CARPENTERS WANTED-A fW
Choice Family Groceries
Fresh stock constantly recei?ed
dor. Prospect and Smith 8ta„
rUTTI FRUTTI, BISQUE, coffee and
pistachio ice cream 10c per plate at
Raymond’s, 138 Smith street.
WANTED — FOR MONDAYS ana
Tuesdays, competent woman for
washing and ironing. Mrs. Rossi, 71
Lewis street. 3472-9-10-tf
OUR CANDIES ARE pure and fresh
daily. Try onr-make of chocolates.
Raymond’s, 138 Smith street.
A VERY DESIRABLE house on Mar
ket street for sale, all improvements,
a bargain. Pratt-Brown Co., 101
Smith street. 3451-9-5-6t
TWO OR THREE FURNISHED rooms
for rent for gentlemen, central loca
tion. Inquire 56 New Brunswick
WANTED—SEVERAL persons of
character and good reputation in
each state (one in this county requir
ed) to represent and advertise ola
established weatlhy business house
of solid financial standing. Salary
§21 weekly with expenses additional,,
all payable in cash direct each Wed-.
tiesday from head offices. Horse and j
sarriage furnished when necessary, j
References. enclose self-addressed
envelope. Colonial, Caxton Build
ing, Chicago. 3302-8-18-tf
BRICK HOUSE CORNER High and 1
Gordon st. Prioe §5,000. Terms to
suit. Lot 66x120, ten rooms, all im
provements. A. M. Johnson, 89 Water
street. 3466-9-9-3t e.o.d.
good carpenters. Emil Koyen, 173
Elm street. 9-11-tf
FOR SALE—FULL SIZED bedstead,
spring, bureau, washstand, $10.
Enquire Evening News.
NEWSBOYS WANTED—to sell Even
ing News. 8 -18-tf
PINCH & BENNETT;
Painters, Paper Hanoers, House
and Church Decorators.
PAPER HANGING A SPECIALTY.
12 Centre Street, Perth Amboy, N. J,
We most respectfully solicit a share of
your favors and guaranr* « satisfaction.
U PERELIM, Pawnbroker
|^*Ladies and Gentlemen: I have a great
many beautiful articles left from the last sale
— Watches, Diamonds, Rings, which I offer to
sell at very low prices. All goods guaranteed as
L. Perelman, 386 State St.
Tide-Water Trans. Co.
Executive Offices: 31 Broadway.
NEW YORK, AMBOY
AND WAY FREIGHT.
Pier 6, North River,
Leave PERTH AMBOY, 12 noon
PATRICK WHITE & SONS
Telephone No. 8
General and ’ Special Machine JPatterc
Boiler and Blacksmith Work.
FOR RENT—A BARN and stable,
suitanle for one horse. Enquire at
News office. 3154-7-25-tf
HAND PAINTED CHINA shirtwaist
sets are the popular thing. Orders
Saken for studs, cuif buttons and belt
truckles, also hat pins, at 114 Rector
GUARANTEED BICYCLES' $15.
Sewing machines, all makes, lowest
uarket prices. 336 State street, A.
lensen, dealer. 3046-7-10-tf
Hfp. NELSON, CARPENTER and
Builder, 282 Smith street. Call at
oarber shop. 3044-7-10-3mo.-b
FOR SALE—High Grade 10 horse
power steam engine and boiler.
Second hand. Excellent condition.
Manufacturer, care of Evening News
O, i -vaces for Paper Hanging %jod no
ouger be paid. With our system of bang- I
»g,better aud more lasting work is dom^
it less cost, because done so much quiokeia
All should know this. f
M.Y. PAPER HANCINCCf.
luhn L Murphy, Mgr. 136 Rector m
Fpr Sale Cheap!,
^ne set automobile tires.
/ Hyman Shragovitz. -
Lock Post Office BOX 78 ^
stops the cough and her<U luD^»
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