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5 This Store Closes To night at 6 o’clock
-^OCTOBER—~
| Blanket - Opportunities
: Heavier bed coverings tnay not be essential to comfort just
5 at present, but a month hence they’ll be in demand. The oppor
£ tunity is tiiis week given you to anticipate your Blanket needs. No
■ matter whether you wish all wool, part wool or all cotton We
£ have them the stock is perfect, choice, fresh and has a nicely as
£ sorted lot of borders.
[ At 49c
10- 4 Cotton Fleeced Blankets
5 in white and grey, with fancy
■ borders of red or blue.
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| At $1.00
S 11-4 Fleeced Blankets, good
S weight, full size, white and grey
B assorted borders —worth fully a
S third more.

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} At 1.50
11- 4 Cotton Blankets of unus
| ual weight, in white, and
B grey, fancy combination borders
S of all colors.

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At 2.98
10-4 Wool Blankets, this lot is
of all grey with blue borders;
good weight and splendid quality
At 3 98
10- 4 Wool Blankets, this lot
is of all white, with fancy bord
ers of red, of exceptional values
can’t be duplicated.
At 4.50
11- 4 Fine Wool Blankets, in
both grey and white, very heavy
neat borders and of selected
stock.
Women’s Flannelette Wrappers
Heavy fl-eeed lined Flannelette Wrappers, made in the ^“ubt =
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■ he found anywhere in this city. _ S
--————mm
\ At 85c
I Flannelette Wrappers, good
■ quality, neatly trimmed, wide
jj flounce on skirt, large assort
S ment of colors.
{ At 98c
E Flannelette Wrappers, well
£ made, yoke trimmed with tucks,
£ full back, flounce skirt, waist
■ lined and quality good.
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At 1.25
Flannelette Wrappers of excel- 5
lent quality finest workmanship, 5
neatly trimmed, flouncesk i rt, good 5
lining,fine selection of colors.
AT 1.49 ‘
Flannelette Wrappers, fine S
quality good colors,yoke of tuck- 5
ed black sateen, with rufflle of s
black and white embroidery,deep 5
flounce on skirt. _ 5


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f28 and 130 Smith Street
Phone 108 PERTH AMBOY. |
The people are talking of the wonderful Stamp Spec
ials we are offering: makes it easy to till a stamp book in
almost, no time. And then we give the best quality gro
ceries for the lowest possible prices. Everything nr favor
of our customers, hence the immense growth of our bus
iness. __
Cal. Hams _
Everybody knows the quality °f these B
delicious small pic nic Hams, special
for tomorrow. LB
Fairbanks or Swift’s best Chicago Lard, B
the kind you pay n cents for elsewhere, B^ U
special for tomorrow . ■
Very choicest lean honey cured Breakfast H
Bacon, sold usually at 18c, special for to-mor- B
row. LB. ffl JgSm Mm
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Special Stamp Bargains!
Five Dollars
in Stamps with any of these.
6 cans Maine Corn, royal
blue brand.. 72c
6 cans Rob Roy Tomatoes,
best in the world.66c
6 cans Fancy E. J- Peas,
Queen quality. 60c
Five Dollars
in Stamps with any of these.
6 cans 3 lb Calif. Apricots,
heavy sugar syrup ... 90c
6 cans 3 lb Table Peaches,
choice Maryland. 78c
6 cans 3 lb Bartlett Pears,
fancy Jersey.66c
S. Scheuer &; Sons,
NEW JERSEY'S LEADING GROCERS.
118-120 Smith St , 1-3-5 New Brunswick ave.
Telephone 71. Estsblished i860.
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Store closes at 8:30 every ev- i
ening, Saturdays at 10.
PRETTILY^
Dressed Women.
Correct dressing will make
any women attractive. Our '
styles are right. We have
the latest and freshest gown
goods stock in the city.
They will • delight you in
both character in price.
LANSDOWNE in every shade, i
36 in. wide, regular value
1.25 at. 95c
ZIBEUNES. cotch mixtures 1
plain silk warp Henriettas,
54 in. Cheviots, and broad- j
cloths, values up to 89c ;
at.49c
SATIN SOLEIL in ew Fall
shades, 45 in. w'ide very
special at.98c
Oreenbaums’
Department Store
.400 State Street...,.
TELEPHONE 89 K.
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Fine I

Millinery.

! Exquisite trimmed millinery. j i
I Our own adaptations and de- • i
| signs, inaluding all the newest j i
| shades. Brown, Eminence :
| Champagne and Gray. 5 ,
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Madame Forgie super- ■
intends all orders per- j ■
sonally. Courteous at- j ]
tention whether you ;
wish to purchase or not. | 1
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1397 STATE STREET.!:
Ricci Building. I (
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A Choice Line of I
meats '

-AT THE- |
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322 STATE STREET
TELEPHONE 14-w
BRANCH STORES: 1
518 State Street. - Telebhone 31-m *
247 New Brunswick Avenue, Tel. 109-i l
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Jos. Polkowitz& Bro 1
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LOCAL ITEMS. j
Charles and Benjamin Jensen, of
Chicago, are spending a week at the
home of their consin, Miss Jennie
Jorgenson, Buckingham avenue.
Albert R. White, of Milton, Del.,
lias a position as salesman wi:h L. F.
Williams, of Smith street.
Hector Christianson, formerly of
Perth Amboy, now of Philadelphia,
is in town for a few days.
William Jones spent Sunday with
his parents at, 158 Brighton avenue.
Mr. Jones is employed with the Now
Jersey Central Railroad company, at
Plainfield.
Mrs. George Swiuson, of Gordon
street, who was taken to the hospital
to undergo au operation, is convales
cent, as the operation proved success
ful.
William Williams, of 26 Smith
street, left town to take a position in
Brooklyn as telegraph operator.
Little Charley Brown, son of John
Brown, of Watson avenue, who fell
and broke his collar bone about two
weeks ago, is improving.
Thomas Levi, of 26 Smith street,
who its employed at Scrumtz <& .bckert s
foundry, had a finger mashed on his
left hand Saturday afternoon.
Miss Nellie Darcy spent Saturday
and Sunday at Carteret.
Samuel Hall returned to his home,
324 State street, Saturday, after a
hunting trip at Cape Cod.
Mrs. Mary Reynolds and Mrs. Fred
Walters, from Brooklyn, spent Sunday
with Mrs. Hudson Clark Williams, of
39 Jefferson street.
Mrs. H. A. Snow, ot Linden, spent
Saturday with friends and relatives
in town.
John Bernard, of 3? Jefferson street,
substituted for W. G. Comings on
Saturday.
Painters have just finished the work
in Mrs. G Larson’s residence on
Brighton avenue.
Little Elmor Anderson, of Brighton
ivenue, who fell from a new building
m Brighton avenue, two months ago,
las so far recovered that the family
diysician has laken the splints off the
ittle fellow’s arm.
Joseph G. Barns returned home
rom Allentown yesterday.
Police Sergeant James Mulligan is
mck on duty again after a week’s
llness.
Advertising is the life of trade.
: There i
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! Is a bunch §
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i Of Fall Underwear here that |
j is worth looking at. We’ve jjj
gathered all that is good in|
this line for fall and winter|
wear, Heavy, medium and B
1 light, fleeced lined and oth- =
ier lined at easy prices.
'Tlien our line of Socks isl
!more than complete. AS
hundred different styles of|
the good kind here. |
Hawes Celebrated $3.00 Hats.|
Agts. Am ricati Sham Laundry §

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J.HrHOPE&COj
77 h<miili Street. B
So). Rubeustein, Howard Hope _
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To-morrow, Wednesday f
>J ? -IS OUR
1 RED LETTER DAY 1
or in other words • s.f
| Doubts Stamp Day. |
Not alone that we will give extra Stamps, but we vviil offer ks
IS the following great specials. H
| i.oo Ladies' Kid Gloves at .25c a pair Eg
We want you to distinctly understand that we have not all |g
M sizes of each shade, but pretty near every size in the lot. Will gi
not guarantee the lot to last for the whole days selling. They &
I are gloves that we used for window and overhead exhibit, for fl
yl that reason they are offered at that price. Also
H Good quality Blankets at.55c ■
Latest Waists for ladies at. 98c ftp
Mens’ fleeced Underwear at . .45c I
I Corset lined Wrappers at. . .,. 98c I
SMITH STREET
7\ Cor. Madison Ave., • Perth Amboy
P. S.—Do you wish a good Paper Pattern for ioc? W< sell it.
j BOSTON store;
I Misses and Children’s $
! COATS 1
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J We are now showing the largest and best
$ assorted line of Misses’ and Children’s m
# coats ever before seen in this city. Qual- #
J ity and make the best, prices the lowest, J
0 Coats from. 5
1 $2.19^ 1
WM. MURDOCH,
1 72 Smith Street, Perth Amboy. 5
Christian It. Svlmlins
83 SMITH STREET.
Watches and Jewelry,
Fine Watch Repairing
a Specialty.
SfeMPL.ES FO>?
FALL SUITS^
Are Now In.
Our line i» as oompleto as any in
the city, and we would be pleased
to have you call and inspect
them.
STYLE AKD FIT GUARANTEED.
All work by experienced tailors.
All repair work satisfactorily done.
CHRIS. CI1RIST0EFERSEN,
83 Smith Street, Tel. 103 .i Perth Amboy,
V ELS B.J OHNSEN
Dealer In
Choice Family Groceries
Provisions, Etc.
Fresh stock constantly received
cor. Prospect and Smith Sts,
CENT-A-WORP
BRICK HOUSE CORNER High and
Gordon st. Price $5,000. Terms to
suit. Lot 60x120, ten rooms, all im
provements. A. M. Johnson, 89 Water
street. 3498-9-14-tf
WANTED—A GIRL to learn millin
ery at J. Kreielsheimer, 117 Smith
st. 3683-10-6-tf
WANTED—TWO SALESMEN. Only
those who can sell goods need apply.
Singer Sowing Machine Co., 49 Smith
st. 10-13-3t
A GOOD HORSE for sale cheap to a
1 quick buyer. H. G. Stiles, coal
yard, Main st., Tottenville.
3748-10-13-3t-3t. e. o. d.
ROOMS TO RENT—Steam heat; all
improvements, L. L. Riveley, 108
Wood ave., Tottenville, S. I.
3697-10-8-tf
FOR RENT—TWO FURNISHED
rooms second floor front, 39 Gordon
Bt. 3708-10-9-6
FOR SALE—SEVEN GOOD work
horses. Apply to Sharrot Bros.,
Pleasant Plains, N. Y.
3746-10-13-6
W A NT E D -TO B U Y a smalT^wul
horse. Address Box 44, Port Read
ing. 3743-10-13-1
FOR RENT—STORE and three large
rooms on State st. Enquire P. E.
Gordon, 1 Miller st. 3633-10-1-tf
WANTED-SEVERAL persons of
character and good renutation in
each state (one in this county requir
ed) to represent and advertise old
established weatlhy business house
of solid financial standing. Salary
all payable in cash direct each Wed
nesday from head offices. Horse and
carriage furnished when necessary.
References. mclose self-addressed
envelope. Colonial, Caxton Build
ing, Chicago. 3302-8-18-tf
FOR RENT—A BARN and stable,
suitaole 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
sireet. 7-17-tf
GU A RAN TEED BICYCLES $15.
Sewing machines, all makes, lowest
market prices. 336 State street, A.
Jensen, dealer. 8046-7-10-tf
FOR SALE—High Grade 10 horse
power steam engine and boiler.
Second hand. Excellent condition.
Manufacturer, care of Evening News.
__ 4-8-t.f
BOILER AND ENGINE for sale at a
bargain. Sturtevant 10 horse power
steam engine and boiler in A 1 condi
tion, cost $400, will sell for $250. In
usp 3 years. Address O. D., News
Office. 9-12-tf
BOARD FOR ONE OR two gentle
meu, front room, all oonvenienoes.
08 Gordon st. 3728-10-10-1
The men who have made the largest
fortunes in business are thos^ who
have been the most extensive adver
tisers
For real estate see page 2.
MADAM RIVELY.
i:itt Smith St.,
Ilalr Dressing, Shampooing. Scalp treatment
corn t lea'meat 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.
Masterson’s Pestaurant
Best in the county. Our hill of fare is
changed daily but our prices remain the
same.
Kitchen in charge of a first-class chef.
RECULAR DINNER . . 35c
W.J. MASTERSON, Prop.
Ido not advertise any style of gold glasses for
m ,50, and when you come to me talk you into
more, and besides
time and trouble
your eyes treat
home. I fully guar
antee all my work.
F. J. MONAGHAN,
Opt. D.,
Smith St., over Salz & Steiner’s store, Tuesday
and Saturday, 1.80 to 7 p. m., side entrance,
formerly 15 Maiden Lane. N. Y. city.
WHEN IN NEW YORK don’t fail to
lifesrCafe Duesing
PAUL 80RENSEN, Prop
B7 Cortlandt St., NEW YORK
Cafe and Dining Room
Adjoining P. R. R. Ferry Stairs.
At my office your eyes
receive FREE OF
CHARGE an honest,
thorough aod scientific
examination, by an Ocu
list who has practic d eye-diseases for 25 years,
ind proper glasses fitted for $1.00 upward. Rep
utation is what I am after, and vou can reW up
in getting good, honest value for your money
is many readers of this paper wi 1 testify. DR‘
KRIGDEN; Oculist, *UO BROADWAY (near
Pulton 8t.), N. Y., Room 202, over drug store.
Hours 9 to 6.
L. PERELMAN, Pawnbroker
EW Ladies and Gentlemen: I have a great
nany beautiful articles left from the last sale
-Watches. Diamonds, Rings, which I offer to
tell at very low prices. All goods guaranteed as
•epreeeuted.
L. Perelman, 386 State St. .
Central ««
wwiimms Win s,Liquors I
NOW OPEN ahndc$a™’
SC! "O T T T V TU Goods retailed
• * A A AH, at wholesale
Cor. State and Smith St. prices. . . .
PINCH & BENNETT;
Painters, Paper Hangers, House
and Church Decorators. (
PAPER HANGING A SPECIALTY.
12 Centre Street, Perth Amboy, N. J.
Wo most respectfully solicit a share of
your favors and guarantee satisfaction.
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PATRICK WHITE & SONS
Telephone No. 8
Engineers, Founders
Machinists.
Jeneral and Special Machine ; Pattern
Boiler and Blacksmith Work.
BIBSEI iBBB. j j
Coal * in any quantity | jj
—■ at the Lowest
Ulood Market Prices T
' Yard; Now Brunswick Are., and / j
Lehigh Valley Crossing. ()
i Tel. 51. Perth Amboy, N. J. | |
lPor Sale Cheap!
One set automobile tires.
Hyman Shragovitz. ,
Lock Post Office BOX 78
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