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MIDDLESEX BOWLING LEAGUE.
Work of Forming the Combination Progress ing—Woodbridge May Enter. The work of forming a bowling league between this city, Woodbridge, Metuchon,New Brunswick and Bound Brook, is taking shape. Messrs. Kline and Steward, of New Bruns wick, were at the Raritan alleys last night. They came down here to talk over the plans with James Kirby, manager of tire Raritan and Pop Social Bowling Clubs. The Hook and Lad der Company, of Woodbridge, has a bowling clnb and one of the members . told a News reporter last night, that r they had been asked to join the league and would probably do so. The name selected is Middlesex Bowling League. Everything will be in order by the first of the month. FOR BOWLING TOURNAMENT. The Aquahonga and Amicitia Bowl ing clubs are trying to complete the arrangements for a bowling tourna ment. The alleys in both places are in first class order. The bowlers are in good trim and a game would be just the thing. BURCHEL HERE. ■ “But” Burchell, who has been pitching for Baltimore in the Eastern League, is back in town for the winter. He looks to be in the very *" best of health. He will take a rest for a while, but will keep his arm in play for next season. ROOSTERS CROW AGAIN. r , _ The Roosters defeated the Monitor A. O. of Dublin, yesterday, by the score of 29-0. They will travel to Metuchen two weeks hence when they will play there. FOOTBALL ON THE TSLANd. Dates for Different Games to be Played there in Near Future. The Tottenville HiRh School foot ball team hope to come home victor ious Saturday afternoon, when they tackle the Stapleton High School foot ball team at the Gillis field, New Dorp. The Tottenville football team expect to stack up against the William Streeters, Saturday, on the Atlantic Terra Cotta Works diamond. The Keystones, of Eltingville, and a team from New Dorp, will have a battle royal at New Dorp on the same afternoon. The Arbutus A. C. are open for dates, Garret Forman, Princess Bay, is the manager. SOUTH AMBOY AND FORUM. If the weather permits the South Amboy field club and the Forum will clash on the Smith street enclosed grounds Saturday afternoon. The game will be called to order at 3 o’clock. It is hoped that all Perth Amboy will turn out to see the game. WHAT MUNROE SAYS. When Jack Munroe heard yesterday that Jeffries had accused nim of dodg ing a match with the champion the “miner” said: “Jeffries is bluffing. I wanted to meet him in ‘Frisco’, but he put me off. If he thinks I won’t fight him let him show he means busi ness. Nothing would suit me better than to meet the champion.” Colonel Pope, of bicycle fame, re cently said that the first essential to business suocess is “advertising;” that the seoond essential was “big advertising;” and the third, “bigger advertising*” THEODORE BLOODSOOD BOWLING ALLEY Billiard and Pool Parlor CIGARS AND TOBACCO 42 Smith StreHt1 Perth Amboy. N. I. SPORTinfi GOODS. D. Y. RUSH’S 383 State Street R A Iti TAN' CAFE E BOWLING _BILLIARDS ■ 52-164 Smith SC Perth Amboy JAMES KIRBY, Prop. .. ■ ■ — THE LADY AND THE LICENSE. Changed Her Mind About Getting Married When She Lenrned What the Application Required. *‘I want a license.” “A license to be married, ma’am?” “Do you think I wantajicensetocatcb fish?” “No, ma’am. You have evidently caught your fish.” “What’s that! Let me have the license without any further words. How much is it?” “But there are certain preliminaries, ma’am.” “I’ll pay for those, too.” “You don’t understand me, ma’am. You want to be married, don’t you?” “Who said I did?” “I inferred you did. At least you want a license to be married, don’t you?” “Well, I don’t want to wrap up nails in it.” “That’s just what I thought. And now, give me the names.” “What’s that! Whose names?” “Yours and the gentleman’s.” “Say, have I got to give the names?” “Certainly. And your age.” “My age! You want my age! My agd the names, too?” JW, “Of course.” '. “Well, you don’t get them. If there’s ■ going to he any cheap notoriety about this affair, young man. you can make up your mind that it’s all off. Do you hear me, yroung man? It’s all off! Good day.”—Cleveland Plain Dealer. Position*! for SharpNliootlvifr. Standing, kneeling, sitting and lying down are the four positions prescribed for firing by the army regulations. The lying position alone is prescribed for the 800 and 1,000-yard ranges, \ while at all other ranges up to 200 5% yards the lying and sitting positions are used. At 100 and 200 yards the P sitting and standing positions are pre scribed. Wherever the sitting position is prescribed the kneeling may be sujd ■tituted, but for the majority of pet sons the sitting is by far the better position of the two. I \ VALUE OF RICE IN COOKERY. Excellent as Breukfust Cereal, Vege table, Dessert or I'uildf mr— How to Boll Klee. Few housekeepers appreciate the pos sibilities of rice as a food, says the New York Tribune. It is excellent as a breakfast cereal, a vegetable, an iced dessert or a pudding. It combines well bith stock in a soup or with eggs and milk. Unlike most cereals, it is deli cious hat, and equally delicious mixed with cream and sugar in a chilled des sert. Its nutritive value is much inferior to that of wheat. In spite of this fact, it forms a larger part of human food than any other product, and is almost the exclusive diet of thousands in India, China and the Malayan Islands. While it Is poor in proteid, it is exceedingly rich in starch (which is an essential ar ticle of diet), fully 75 per cent, of its substance consisting of starchy matter. When used as the chief article of food in a broth or as a vegetable, it should always be cooked with stock in order to supply the necessary proteid, and thus give the food greater nutritive value. When used as a dessert it may be cooked in water or milk and com bined with cream and eggs to make it more acceptable as well as more nutri tious. The sago of the palm, the mealy sub stance of the cassava of South America on which thousands of people are com pelled to live, are all inferior to rice in sustaining power. Beans and peas, on which the European peasants subsist and manage with plenty of eggs and cheese to maintain themselves in health, are far superior to rice in nutritive value. Rice was introduced in colonial days as an experiment, and almost by ac cident. It now furnishes one of the chief cereals of certain southern states of this country. The thickening qualities of rice in a broth are twiequaled. Grains of rice boiled carefully In stock mako an ex cellent vegetable. It should be slow ly cooked and well salted. When this is properly done the grains are swollen to more than eight times their original size, and are dry (not moist and sticky), so that they separate from each other. Few housewives understand how to cook nee in mis way. wasn n. mor oughly at first. Then, in the propor tion of one quart of boiling water to one cup of rice, let the mixture boil steadily for 15 minutes. Pour off any water remaining, shake the rice well, and stir it with a fork, not with a spoon, and let it stand on the back of the stove ■20 minutes longer. It is better to use a double boiler during the last 20 min utes so that there will be no danger of its scorching, as it is quite likely to do in an ordinary boiler. Rice may be cooked rapidly in a quart of boil ing stock, instead of water. All the liquid which is not absorbed must be turned off. Of course, if this is stocli, it must be added to the stock kettle and not thrown away. Cooked in this way in either water or stock, the rice swells to Its full size, each grain is distinct and separate, as it always is in a curry served by an expert cook. In desserts rice is often mashed before it is mixed with the eggs and other ingre- ( dienta. - . — • CONSTIPATION is the most common form of Dyspepsia. Dr. Deane’s Dyspepsia Pills (white wrap per), one after each meal, cure the most obstinate cases. They contain no mer cury, do not purge nor gripe, and impart a natural healthful tone to the stomach and bowels. 25 cts. at druggists’. White wrapper if constipated, yellow If bowels are regular. For sale at Sexton s Drug Store. One Way to Calafornia. Via the well known New Jersey Central-Lackawanna-Nickle Plate Route, passing through the pictures que Lehigli and, Wyoming Valleys, Mauch Chunk, Scranton, Buffalo, Cleveland, Chicago, Omaha, Denver, Colorado Springs, Salt Lake City, Ogden, heart ot the Rockies and all points of interest. Tickets sold to common points in California from your home station, and so arranged that sleeping cars may be used the en tire trip from Scranton if desired. Double berth, Chicago to California, $0, or from Buffalo !.in through car, 17.60. Any line west of Chicago may be used. Tickets on sale every day till November 29th, 1903. Good on any train, any route, any day. We make all arrangements, thus relieving passengers of responsibility. Low rates to other points in the west. Write or see Ira E. Whyte, District raBBenger Agent, Asuury ara, in. j., for further advice. 3763-10-16-3t-o.e. w. Dyspepsia—bane of human existance. Burdock Blood Bitters cures it, promptly, permanently. Regulates and toues the stomach. Not Encased. Football Man—We would like to have some music at our game this afternoon. ■You are a bandmaster, I believe. Von Tooter—Yah, but mein musicians haf struck. I shust begin bracticing m!t‘ news ones, und ve gan blay only von tune. “Well, maybe that will do. What is It?” “ ‘Shonny Get Your Hair Cut’ ”—N. Y. Weekly. A Moil mention. “I understand you referred to me as a dog.” “A mistake, I assure you.” “I'm glad to hear that.” “Oh, I wouldn’t be so brutal as that. The word I used was a modification.” "A modification?” “Yes. I merely referred to you as a puppy.”—Brooklyn Eagle. Admire Eloquent Preachers. The oratorical gift of the preachers of mountain regions of Tennessee is much admired by their simple parish ioners, if somewhat too florid for se tnoico. Iicoiuciua U1 pal l U1 the couatry relate many anecdotes of their eloquence, as well as their absurd Interpretations of scripture. It is the height of every boy’s ambition to be a preacher, although it is an affectation among the horny-handed portion of the population v.o pretend to despise those who do not engage In manual labor. Is it a burn? Use Dr. Thomas’ Electro Oil. A cut? Use Dr. Thomas’ Electric Oil. At your druggists. Trolley Pot «o Odd C»e. The novel fire pump of Robert Le febre of Rouen carries an electric motor which is connected to a supply of energy by throwing a hooked pole over a street car or electric-light wire. The apparatus is so small that it can be drawn by one horse on a two wheeled cart, and in a test made a jet was being forced to a height of more than 100 feet within three minutes. To get an equal stream a steam pump re quired 14 minutes Simple Explanation. Cousin John (from the city)—What in time do you go to bed so early in the evening for? Farmer Root—To save candles, of course. ‘‘But you have to burn them in the morning; you get up before light, you know.” “Yes; that’s what we save ’em for.” Too late to cure a cold after consump tion has fastened its deadly grip on tlie lungs. Take Dr. Wood’s Norway Pine Sviup while yet there is time. The Glint of Silence. "He’s so mean," she said. “What does he do?" asked her moth er, with a view to smoothing over any matrimonial difficulties. “Why, in our honeymoon days he in sisted on teaching me to play chess and now he insists upon a game whenever 1 want to discuss household matters or talk to him about his club.”—Chicago Post. Improve with Ajfe. Mrs. Bacon—Just think! That sillt dress was once a lot of worms! Mr. Bacon—Well, it certainly has im proved with age, hasn’t it?—Yonkers Statesman. How He Proposed. Miss Charmer—How did Fred propose? Miss Millyun—He said he didn’t know what he would do unless he got some money right away —Baltimore Ameri can. It’s a mistake t > imagiue that itching piles can’t be cured; a mistake to suffer a day lodger thau you call help. Doan’s Ointment brings instant! relief and per ^— ■ Laughlin Fountain I Pen IS THE PEER OF ALL PENS AND HAS NO EQUAL ANYWHERE. FINEST GRADE I4K. GOLD PEN YOUR CHOICE OF THESE TWO POPULAR STYLES FOR ORLY „ _ D.00 || SUPERIOR TO OTHER MAKES AT S3 The Laughlin Fountain Pen Holder is made of fin est quality hard rubber, is fitted with highest grade, large size. 14k. gold pen, of any desired flexibility, and has the only perfect feeding device known. Either atyle, richly gold mounted, for presentation purposes, SI.60 extra. Surely you will not be able to secure anything at three times the price that will give such continuous pleasure and service. For Sale by Keasbey & Barnekov 335 State Street Staten Island Rapid Transit R. R. Time Table in effect on and after May IT, 1968 Pertn Amboy to New York — Leave foot of Smith St. daily except Sundays awl. Legal Holiday 5 15, 6 12 6.58, 7.35, 7 85, 8 05, 3 55 9.56, 10.55, and 11.55 am. 12 55,1 55 2.50, 3.55 4.39 5.30, 6.47, 7.55 , 8.05, 9.55,11.20 P. id, Sundays and Legal Holidays 6.56, 7.55, 8.80, 9.85, 50.05, 10.55 1.55 A. M. 12.55, l. 55,2.55, 8.55, .55, 5.35, 6.l5, 6.55, 7.3.;, 8.,5,9.15, 10. .-0, P. M. New York to Perth Amboy:—Leave foot of Whitehall St. daily except Sunday and Legal Holidays,15.55, 6.56. 8 00,9,00, 10.00, 11.00a.m. 12.00 l.i0 1 Sit 2.3C, 3.30, 4 30. 5.10, 5.30 5.45, 6.35, 7.80, 8-30, 10.00,11.05 *12.25. Sundays and Legal Holida s. Leave New ' ork.6 05, 8.00,184.108.40.206, 10.20,11.00, 12.00,a.m 1.U6, 210,3.K,4.00, 5.00, 6.0,, 0.35, 7.15, 7.55, 8.85, 9.85, 10.30, 11.45,p m. Ferry between Perth Amboy and Tottenvillo— leave Perth Amboy dai y x6.15, x8 12, 6.82, X6.58, X7.85, X8.05, X8.55. x .55, 10.25, xl0.56 xll.55 a. m. X12 55, xl.55, 2'20, x2 50, X3.55, x4.SU, x5 3 ', 6.00, xb 47,7 26, x7.55,xb 56, X9.56, 10.40 xll.20,p. m.12.40 a.m. Sundaysand I,e„al Holidays * 6.16, x6 55. x7.55, X8.50, X9.2.1, xl .05, 0.30, xlO.55. x 11.55. a. m. X19.55, xl.55, x2.55,x 3 65, X4.55, x6.35,xb 15, X6.55 x7.85. X3.15, X9.15, 9.36, xlO 30.11,20,p m. 18.15, a. m. Leave ToLtenville daily xl.30, 5.55, 6 28, 6,42 X7.19. 7.60 x8.15, x9.10, xl'J.05, 10.40 ill.06 a. m. X12.05, xl G5,x2.05, x2 35, xS.40, 4.10, x4.40, X6.40, X6.18, x6.55, x 7.40, x8.4 , X9.40, 10.80 xll.10, p m. X12.16, X1.80A. M. Sundays acd Legal Holidays *6 25, x7.15, 8.20, X9.06, 9.40. xlO.15, xlO.45, xll.36, a.m. X12.15, xl.l5,x 2.15, X8.15, x 4.10, X5.10, 5.55 x6.2u x7.10.x7.59 *8.8 ', xfl.22, x9 50, xlO.46, ill 40 p m xl .4.i,p m. xl2.55,a.m. ♦Legal holidays only xl'rain Connect on. J. VAN SMITH, P. H. CASSIDY, Receiver Oen’l Traffic Agent VAJLL.it* HAlL.HOii.i9 rime Table in effect Aug. 9, 1903 Stations in New Fork, foot o; Cortlandt, D, broaaen and VVjSt 2Srd streets, Penna. H Kerries, Thaws Lmavb Stati Stabbt Statiob FOR NEW YORK. 6.10, 8.00am 4.29 p.m. l.So p.m. dally connec e wit. way train !cr Bound Brook,Maucb Chunk Weatherly, Haselton PuttsvlUe and intertuedi ate points. FOB SOUTH PLAINFIELD. 6.10, 8.00 a, m. 1.80 , 4.20, p m. Sunday? 8 35 a. m 1.30. 6.16 p. in • FOR OTHER POINTS' 8.C0 a. m. Dally Except Sunday Connect with trm. express tor Luaron, Bethleham Allen town, Pottsville, Buffalo. Niagsr Falls ana Chi cago. Parlor Cal' New York to Buffalo, con nects with local train for all points east of Mauch Chunk. g.35 a. m. Sundays only. Express train for Buffalo, Niagara Fails, aud Chicago. Slops at Fiemiugton Jet. 4.20 u. in. Daily Except Sunday' Express fo tor Wilkes Barre, Scranton, llaxelton and principal 1 n termed!., L stations. 6.15 p. ui. Sundays only Through iraln toi Buffalo. Niagara tails, Suspension Brldy and Chicago, connects lor New York. TRAINS LEAVE SOUTH PLAIN F1EL: FOR PERTH AMBOY 9.10. a. rr. 8.45, 5.00, 7.60, p. m. 8undays; 10.85 a. m., 5.00, 7.60 ■>. m. Trams arrive Perth Ambov—9.30 a. m., 8.104.06, 5.25,8.10 p. m. Sun day, 10.57 a. m., 5.25, 8.10 p. m. Tickets sold to all Western Points. For lurther information apply to ticke agents. aUADUHIG StBTKM NEW JERSEY CENTRAL Corrected to Oct. 11 1903 (RAiNS LEAVE PERTH AMBOY ror New York, Newark and Elisabeth at 3 00 Mondays excepted to New Yo> (only) B 36, 7 17.7.16, New York (only) 7.58 9 61, 11.18. 11.69 a.m„ tlU, 321 4 0 5 09 i 90, 7 45, 8 03,9 66, p. m. Sundays, 3 tU, 8 37 а. m 5 29, 9 47, p. m. For Phliaaeipnla and Trenton via Ben o Brook, 717, 1118, 11.59 a m 1 10, 6 09 p. n (Sundtys exempted) Sundays except Ucean Grove) 9 65, a. ui. 4 64 t>. m. or r reetaold, 5 O', ti.54 1 30 a. m„ 12.28 2 2 , б. 15 p. m. Additional trains for Red Bank 2.27, ' 15, 6.C", P.M. For South Ambcj 6.54,7 11, 9 20 p m 2,2 ,4.43 pm. 5 15, 6.52 9.29. Through tickets to all points st lowest rat m.sy be ..so on application in advance to t ticket agont at the etatlon. W, G. Bunn, Vice-Pres A General Matey | 0. V Bus-, General Passenger Agent. RARITAN TRACTION CO. Time Table in Effect Oct. 1,. 19t3. Cars leave Metuchen for Perth Aiiboy and all points East to Boynton Bea.h at 5 ana 35 tniuu tes pa»t each hour from 6 a m. to 7.35 p. m., ai o from 7.35 to 11.35 p. in. at 35 minutes past the hour. Cars le tve Keasbey School for Metuchen at 5 and 35 minntes past each hour from 6 a. m o 8.80 p m and every hour from 8 to 1.8 p. m Cars leav* Keasbey for all poiuis East every 16 minutee Cara leaves Bridge at Woodbridge Creek for Keasbev at foot of Smith Street every 80 min i tea from 6.15 a. m, to 11.45 p. m Cars leave Bridge at Woodnritige Creek for Metuchen on the even hour and half hour from 6 a. m. to 6 80 p. m. and on the half hour onlv from 0.30 to IO.SOp. m. Cars leave Staten ieland Ferry for Metuchen and Keaebey bohdol at 18 and 48 minutee past each hour from 6 a. m. to 7 p. m. and from 7 to 1 p. m. at 48 minutes only and for Keasbey at foot of Smith Street at 8 and S3 minutee past the hour. rry for Bridge at W 41 and 56 minutee pi to 11-41 p. m . G. BOCK lope rioter dent Mowlam \Yoiit*n’n Frpfdnm. There has been a vast amount of pity wasted upon the Moslem woman. It may surprise even the woman suf- 1 fragict to learn that the lavs of Mo hammed confer upon women a grea'er degree of legal protection than any code of laws since the middle Homan ! law Only the more recent liberties and protection granted to married women by the laws of divorce and the exclusive property riehts now in force in the United States can be properly compared to those in force in Turkey. Under the Moslem laws the provision for securing to the wife the free and uncontrolled possession of her property is minutely stipulated in the marriage contract. A suitable sum is also ar ranged for her maintenance in accord ance with her husband E rank.—Cen tury. Not a Peace-MaklHft Answer. , “I wonder if all men are fools?” snapped Mrs. Enpeck, during a little domestic tiff the other morning. "No. indeed, my dear." replied her husband. “I know a number of men who are bachelors."—Stray Stories. Appropriate. “What did you contribute to the shower for Miss Honeymoon the other evening?" “An umbrella.’’—Indianapolis Jour nal. GARDELL BROS.. Successor to D. McFarland. Move Furniture Carefully a and at Reasonable Cost 22 King street. PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD Sch«(foi« In et^ct, Oct. 6 £ E :: < a 8 :288Xg?i83 o * SSS2Wi?T^' Z. 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Malls Arrive: New York. Western and Southern. 7.00a m dahway—Woodbridge. 7.30 am South Jersey way Mail. 8 00am Fords and Keasbey. 8.15a in New York and Northern Way. 9 30 a m Hah way, direct. 12.00 a m New York and Northern Way.12.80jp m South Jersey Way. 1.80 p u, Woodcridge direct. 1 80 , New York direct . . 2.30pm New York and Northern way.5.00 n South Jersey Way. 5.80 pm Brooklyn, Pennsylvania and N. Jersey t .80 p Rahway, dirict. . 6.80 p m Fords and Kensoey. 6.45 pim Malls Close. Rahway and Woodbridge. 7,15 a m New York and Northern Way. 7 80 am South Jersey Way. 9 00.im New Y’ork and Eastern States. 9 30a in Fords and Keasbey. 9.30 a m Rahwa, and Woodbridge. 12.W)am South jersey Way. 12,00 pm New Y’ork and Northern W ,y. 12.30 a m New Y’ork and Northern Way. 4,80 pm South Jersey WTay . 4.80 pm Rahway and Woodbridge . 4.3'p m Fords and Keasbey . 7.00 p m All points. 7.00 pm Money Order department opens at 7 a m closes at 6.45 p m Saturday at 6.30 p m Gko H Tick, P. M FI UK ALARM BOXES. 33 Raritan Copper Works % High and Lewis fi Madison ave and Paterson st 33 Market and First sts. 35 Smith and High st 37 State and Smith sts 43 Buckingham ave and Rartf 45 Commerce and Front sts 47 High and Washington at -4 State st and Buckingham ave 56 hall ave and Charles »t 57 Railroad ave and Wayne st 62 Washington and First sts 6 Turnpike and Elm st 64 nmith Ft and Watson ave 65 Commerce and State sts 72 Front and Smith sts 73 Water and Gordon sts 74 Kearny ave and Gordon st 82 Smith and Herbert St 83 Woodbridge road and Washington st 84 Lehigh ave f '< Stanford st To send in an alarm, open the door of the box and pull down the lever and let go once only. Stay at box until firemen arrive. SPECIAL CALLS. 1 tap—Break In circuit. £ taps—Drill and fire alarm test. Hydrant at corner of Jefferson and High street always to be used for this trial 8 taps Fire out. 5 taps-Police call. 12—Call for Lincoln Hose 13—Call for Washington Hose. 14—Call for McClellan Hose 15—Call tor Pro tection H. and L. Foleys honly^ear Cures Coldsi Prevents Pneumonia BANNER SALVE Is the most healing salve in the world. It cm-es Sores, Cuts, Burns a..d all ^Skin Diseases. It positively Glares Pales S. Kingsbakcr, 6c East Ohio Street. Chicago, writes: “I had a bad case or files tor several years. BANJfFR SALVE cured me quickly and permanently after several doctors and remedies had failed to relieve me.” GUARANTEED. Price28Gontm IIJuilderK imd Con tractors I lirrctory. B CHRISTENSEN & FEBDERSEN * aeons and Contractors OflLct: Madison Avt. Tel. 67b Fcrth Amboy, N. J. JOHN QEUCH, Carpenter and Builder. Jobbing promptly attended to. 170 Rector street, Perth Asiboy, N. 1. J. H. TYRRELL FINE TEAMS AND COACHES FOR WEDDINGS, FUNERALS, Etc. A SPECIALTY Carling to ALL PARTS of the CITY Residence and Office; 30 Commerou St Tel. Call 34. Sand. Grvel, Brick, Flue Linivs and Sewer Pipe Furnished. 3r» VVoodbridge Road. 170 BrightOEt Ave. LUND A CHRISTENSEN Carpenters and Builders Office and Shop: 6 East Avenue. Estimates furnished. Jobbing attended to GRAHAM A M’KEON General Contractors EXCAVATING, GRADIN6, ETC. Sand, Gravel. Broken Stone, Carting, Ktd 244 Smith St. 225 New Brunswick An. A. K. JENSEN, Successor to J. K. Jensen. Mason and Contractor 221 liJshington St. aL v><trpenter Jobbing. Steam Satriiur. Scroll and all MillWork. t r-^ Shop and Office; 123 Brighton jtfri.—-' Residence State 4 Lewie 8t. F. X. URBANSKI House Painting, Paper Hanging, Tnterinr Decorating.238 Wanhlnfltaa St. ic.no n. icnoLll ARCHITECT OFFICE; P. O. BUILDING Reeidenoe; 250 Washington 8t Perth Amboy, N. i F. i. LARKIN Plumbing A Gas Fitting Steaii. Hoi Water and Hot .eir Heattu^ Dealer In Stove*. ttaugea ana Heater Repairing of all kin . . j S67 Statu street, Perth Amboy, N. J, THE FARRINGTON CU. Sunu more to Fb-riugton A Kunyon Oo LUMBER, LIME, LATH, MiLLWORK, HARDWARE At, kinds ol Building Material Office, 128 Fayette street Peru. Amboy, M. J E. 0. CARLSON, Painter fc Paperhanger obb'ng promptly ttented to 157 dordon 8t C, W. WINBERG Painter and Paper Hanger 142 Brighton Ave. Ebiahlioitoa ir. 'SSO. IN. i. LUaNELL v aole&tie and R tail Punier m Lumber, Lath, Cement, boors, Sashea, biiinls, kouiUittjjs, Builder’* Hardware, Hair auti bant. !ffloe anu Vardj JuTo. son st.AfC. B. U. of N. J. Perth Auiuoy. 1. J. FERDINAND INLITERBERG Painter and Paper Hanger 125 Brighton Are. ____ Artificial Stone and Cement Workt Office: 108 Fulton St., New Ycrk City A. SMITH, Mason and Builder Eat-mates Cheerfully given. *4 Catherine Bt., nr Hall ive. forth Ajnbo R. B. SMITH Sanitary Plumber riimiug and Sheet Irou Worker. Steam and Gas Fitter. Jobbing.pi unaptly attended to. Shop 55 N. B. Ave. Forth Amboy, K. J, J. P. KOYEN CARPENTER Md BUILDER Estimates furnished. Jobbing attended tc 20 New Brunswick Av., Penh Amboy SHOP; 17 KING BT. MIYSKIBNEYCURE Makes Kidnevs and Bladder Risk* i -m