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night at 10 o’clock.
ing Linens.
i hut at this season of the
a.e sgiving drawing near,
C: busy replentisiiing d bi
nd pantry. A\ o were
bm tion to meet your de
i t. These special olier
c«: idvantage of, help you
small cost.
il e Sets
>. )ver, i doz. napkins, pure linen,
ial offer.3.90
I. ) SKTS—double damask, 10-4 cov
•pecial offer.3.25
it .e Linens I
i;> \SK—64 in. wide, good quality, S
j a offer .^Uc 5
4K—7’ in. wide, good patterns, 5
;; ial offer.75c 5
k 1 Values i
f -u in., eood patterns, worth 2 00, ;
| ..1.75 5
' full bleached, double damask, i6x s
| .1.90 l
)v. el Offer. §
- - 10x46 in. worth i2>^c, special :
.ioc e
m plain or color borders, 18x36 in. |
. i5cs
’oweling
;ide, red or blue plaid, worth 121J,
l .10c
idc, bleached or unbleached, real
..8c
J Smith Street
PEllTII AMBOY.
—v —
arantcs and Trust Company,j
g
jry Street, Jersey City.
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S'JOO.OOO
r olit«, ssoo.ood
(j,n„ anil evponse—w.li rIv i you courteous jt
!»; raiefully
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joy
I niMiunn#ivro?i
■\ :s. which will take place on
ie 14th and 16th day of November,
State Street.
n :ing for the last two months, and the
nsive that we can only quote a few
In idea wdiat splendid bargains you can
S , will go for about.$18.50
i, ortli 30.00, will go for about.. 11.50
v. guarantee case, 17 jewel ITam
", ‘bout 28.1x1, to go for about.... 13 60
>ut 28.00, will go for about.... 8 50
h t any time 42.00 to 45.0c, will
. I85C
1 i,with solid gold slide must pay
. 1350
considered cheap at 78.00, will
. 55.0C
jout 28 00, to go for about.... II 2E
ies at a Great Sacrifice.
years old, of the Hope make,
about. 12.5(
iamonds and Watches in the same pro
lb of the sale, Saturday and Monday, Nov
6. Peltier, Auctioneer.
Sole Agents for the Celebrated
‘CRAWFORD SHOE’
For Men at
A CARNIVAL OF UNEQUALED
BARGAINS
. -FOR
SATURDAY
Bargains in
MEN S UNDERWEAR.
Yaeger lleece lined Shirts
and Drawers, all sizes, reg.
19c at 34c 3 for 1.00.
Bargains in
Childrens COMBINATION SUITS.
ribbed, sizes reg
35c at
Bargains in
BOYS’ OVERCOATS.
Millitary effect, -1
to 9, reg. 2.39 at - j|j
Bargains in
WALKING SKIRTS.
All wool, 12 different
styles and colors,
reg. 4.50 at
Bargains in
MENS’ SUITS
Worsteds, Thibcts, Chnv-I
iots and Clay ding- gA r1jf£|
onaisrcg.$14 si5 at as■ ■ ^g
CONDENSED DISPATCHES.
Wound is so satisfactory that daily bul
letins will he discontinued.
Boris Sural'ofi', the Macedonian revo
lutionary leader, reported mortally
wounded, has reappeared in Bulgaria.
Argument before the Venezuelan tri
bunal has been concluded, and the
court has adjourned to consider its de
cision.
No complications have appeared in
the case* of laird Roberts, who has
pneumonia. His condition is now satis
factory.
It is reported at Tientsin that there
has been an engagement between Rus
sians and fldiu’se imperial troops near
Shanghai!: wan.
Rotary Motion and
Bail Bearings.
1 If You are Thinking
A1 out getting a first-class Maobim
have one sent to your house on
free trial. Teacher will call and in
| struct on the best steel attachment
made ; or call and examine at office
80 d for very reasonable prices.
A. JENSEN, Dealer
336 State Stree
CHURCH NOTICES.
Baptist.
Morning worship at 10.30, preaching
from the theme “The Gospel’s Tri
umph.” The pastor will preach at
the evening service from the subject
“Our Public Schools - tliej Hopo of
the Nation.” Sunday School at 2.30.
B. Y. P. U. prayer and praise service
at 0.30, a temperance meeting. A
benedictory service will be held after
the evening worship.
Simpson M. E.
Devotional mooting 9.30 a. m.
Preaching by pastor 10.30 a. in., a
message to the church, subject, “a
I Powerful Comparison.” Sunday
I School 2.30 p. .in.; EmvorHi League,
0.30 p. m, subject “Personal Work the
i Duty of Every.; Christian,’’ leader,
Mrs. IIulT. At 7.30 p.m. tlio pastor
| will preach a special sermon to the
■ Raritan Lodgo of Free Masons, sub
ject “The First Great Light.” Spec
ial music. A solo appropriate to the
subject will be rendered by Mrs.
Macau.
Swedish Lutheran.
Rev. Prof. Carlton, from Upsala
College, East Orange, will preach m
Our Saviors Danish Lutheran church,
in the Swedish language, tomorrow
afternoon at 3.30 o'clock.
Salvation Army.
Services tomorrow all day, 10.30 a.
m., 3 p. m., 7.30 p. in. Morning,
holiness meeting; afternoon, praise
service; night, subject, “Tlio Saviour
Computed with the Saviour of To
day.” AH are welcome.
Catholic Club Ball.
The Catholio Club members aro
get ring tilings in shape for the dance
which they will hold in Wilder Music
Hall, Tuesday night. The club dances
aro very popnlar and the event is
looked forward to with much autici
jiatiou.
NORTH AMBOY ITEMS
1 Hugh Cunningham, of Bridgeport,
Conn, has been visiting his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. John Cunningham Sr.,
on Elizabeth street, the past week.
Mamie Dwyer is on the sick list this
week.
Miss Jennie Wilentz spent Thursday
in New York.
Mr. A. Anderson, of upper Hall
avenue, lias been ill with a severe
cold the past two weeks.
Laura Allen, ol' Woodbridgc, spent
Friday at the home of N. Roberson.
I Mrs. J. Banrer lifts been con lined to
her home with a very bad cold.
Mrs. Carl Nelson has been on the
sick list the past week.
| Mrs. John Ilaumlin entertained a
number of friends on Wednesday
afternoon.
J Contractors Hollander & Dressier
and A. J. Dunfee roturned home last
night ami nrougnt witn mom an mhos
'of game. They were the guests of
. George W. Allen, of Pemberton.
KUlot! ’ ppiinv WHIi II3r<l ‘•lint,
('TIAKJ.OTTFSVIM.F. Va.. Nov. 14.
—Thomas .1. All-Mi, a eattl.* (halier,
horse trailer and farmer, who resides
1 in Nelson county. Va., was shot, and
killed by his uncle, 15. V. Allen of the
same section. The uncle met the
nephew on the highway and •without
warning discharged two loads of bird
shot at the younger man, Idling him
instantly.
JoknIo M.itth Seriously Wonnilpil.
MIIUU.KTOWX, N. Y., Nov. 14,
Miss .Jessie Z. t-'mlth was shot in the
.street by Herbert Z. Pond because her
mother laid recently notified I’oml that
he tint-: cease his attentions to her
daughter. .Miss Smith was seriously
wounded, hut there is a chance of her
recovery. Pond wag arrested.
Drelfnrd i niT.Pfvic l.ibiary.
GUAM'S PASS. Or<\, Nov. IT- Aft
er five months of debate and consid
eration the council of (irants Pass lias
decided to decline the offer of $10,000
made by Andrew Carnegie for a li
brary for the city. Tile city council
did not approve of certain stipulations
attached to Mr. Carnegie's offer.
Iloston Hunter Killed EIIm tiniilc.
VANCFBOUO, Me.. Nov. 14. -Wil
liam Osgood, a guide, is ('cad here
from a wound received a few days ago
when he was shot by 11. Harden of
Host on. one of a party of hunters whom
Osgood was guiding. Burden mistook
the guide's yellow moccasins for tin
legs of a deer.
Mill [emetic's Iti-ollicr Died I'ennllcNH
I IKS MOINKS. In.. Nov. 14. .1. B
l’inloy, the Pittsburg millionaire bank
er. lias arrived in lies Moines and
claimed tin* body of It. F Finley, wlu
died penniless in a hospital here las:
week. All that was known of (lie do
cedent here was that lie had a hrotliei
in Pittsburg.
First I on vlel ion I n,in- \>mv I.nsv.
THFNTO.N. N. J.. Nov. 14. The firs
j conviction under tlie new child labo
j law was had here. Tile Amerieai
Cigar company was fined $100 In tin
city district court for employing tw<
B girls under fourteen in its Trentoi
• factory.
Fire <i( Cliinnx.
CROC) KSTON. Minn.. Nov. 14.
Nearly the entire business portion c
Climax, Minn., has been destroyed h;
t fire. The loss will aggregate $50,000.
• ' ‘ 1
This Evening
The last chance to get
$3 worth of Stamps
With every $1 Purchase.
BESIDES
Big Bargains
in every dep: rar ent, we will sell
1.50 Umbrellas at.98c
Salz & Steiner
1GG Smith St.
COR. MADISON AVE.
'a>'nM m !■ b a a n biiiiib b t|
There I
i 1
I Is a bunch "
■ !
_ Of Fall Underwear hero that |
j{ is worth looking at. We ye|
gathered all that is good in |
"this line for fall and winter|
" wear, Heavy, medium and i
flight, fleeced lined and otli-l
* or lined at easy prices*!
sThon our line of Socks is|
I more than complete, A l
b hundred different styles ofjg
I the good kind here. ■
i-r—I
a Hawes Celebrated $3.00 Hats.|
b- 1
wAgts. American Steam Laundry.§
! H B ."ill1 Bi iilB' ' ! ' B IE B n I ■ '*j
j. H.'HCPE&CO.:
i . ^ i
77 Smiili Street. a
Sul. llubcn&ttiin, Howard Hope. a
Ri ~
^ u mu m h dimwiiiiB a nia;iii«iiihBiiiiiMiiiiu s
COLUMBIA HALL
Saturday, Nov. 14.
Special Engagement for Satmday, Ncv.
14. European Novelty.
THE MAETINE?,
Acrobats and Hand Balancing.
The Boytlells,
Comedy Sketch Artists. Special Atten
tion called to Miss Bojdoll’s Woik.
Melrose & Elmer,
Ait'stie, Neat and Refined.
Morris Trevan,
.Htial Aitist. Must be seen to ’ c Appre
ciated.
The Prltjor Bro'.hers,
Musical Comedy Eccentricities.
Mr. Ed Dicey,
Pianist.
Nothing but high priced and high-class
Vaudeville Acts for n xt Saturday.
THE STRONGEST BILE THIS
SEASON.
DON’T FAIL TO SEE THIS SHOW
PURE LIQUORS
ire seldom found outside our stole. A
guarantee that those who drink our
WINES AND LIQUORS
will improve in health and strengthmiglil
»e l ut up in every bottle. These goodi
•ire so rich, pure and mellow that the)
•a e t ie place of food aud medioino ii
many cases. Try a bottle of our Goldei
Wedding P.ye, 95o: bottle Hock and Rye
ir„>. Free, a bottle of Port, or Sherrj
with everv 50c purchase, for Saturday
udy. Peitli Amboy Wine and LUjuoi
House, 1182 State street.
Classified ads. on page 2.
NOTICE.
N OTICE In hereby given tli.it tl,e* undersign**
intends uuiking application to the Foard
Excise ConiiniHBinnMrB i * tne City of Farth An
»»)*, at. their next meeting, for a license to keep
iloon wit.i the privilege .») eel’lng mail m
Ariluous lU|Uor* ’.v the 1 'tv, of •, h « nb<
md in a house owned bv himself, on 251 Ne\
•runswick Avenue, JOHN PETKH80V.
4024-11-14- to **. v
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given thatth* undersigned
Intends making nppl cation to tie* Hoard of t x
ei«e C mniissionerH of the City of Perth Amboy
it their nextmeeting, for a license to keep
beer bottlin'* e tablishment in the City of Peri
Mnbov. and in the house owhed hv himself, oi
:tG Cbauncey Street. WILLIAM MAPSOl* Sr.
4y26 11-14 2t o. e. w
(
“There'is no Armor
I Against Fate,” sang the poet. 4
He was wrong. Life Insur
ance in The Prudential may
truly bo said to form an ar
mor which protects those
who possess it.
THE
Insurance Co. of America
Home Office:
Newark, N. J.
JOHN F. DRYDEN, President.
LESLIE D. WARD, Vice President.
EDGAR B. WARD, 2d V. rres't.
FORREST F. DRYDEN, »a Vice-l’res.
EDWARD GRAY', Secretary.
F. R. CONKLIN, Ass’t Superintendent, Seaman Bldg., 19“ High St., Perth Amboy, N. J.
RICHARD F. KELLER, Ass't Supt., John Street, South Amboy, N J. 1G7',
BEST RETURNS
Our regular dinner is unsurpassed, we
scrve cliielteii, duck and turkey hum
than once a year and do not make you
come at. certain hours to cat it. Regular
dinner from 11 tj 2 33c. i'lices always
lie same.
MASTERSON’3 ANNEX RESTAURANT.
Perth Amboy Coal Co.
Cor. Division and William S:s
! Lehigh and Hn/.elton Coal and Kindling Wood
At reasonable prices Full .velgbt guaranteed.
Orders may b** left at Jake’s Fmit store, corner
of Smit h and State st, or Greensp n bras., cor
ner Smith and c.hn st. *1 el. 148 a.
S. POLENSKY, Manager.
Money to loan
ON HOUSEHOLD GOODS
AT LOWEST RATE
ON SHORTEST NOTICE
ON SMALLEST PAYMENTS
Perth Amboy Loan
COMPANY
Branch of New Brunswick Leah Co.
Room 15 So lienor Building
l&vKswK'! Perth Amboy, N.J.
Hours: 8 n. m. till 0 p. m.
i\ S.—If you cannot call, drop ns a linn
ami upon receipt of same our represent
ative will call at your house and ts
plain terms, eto.
No Charge Unless Loan Is Made
SIsocCn in Oyster IJoil*.
Yes, Cordelia. there are sheets or.
oyster beds—sheets of water.—Chicane
Daily News.
We.KlilnK Ynnr Friends.
Prosperity is no just sralc; adversity
is the only balaute to weigh friends.—
Plutarch.
P.O.N.
FEIGENSPAN’S
ALE.
feeds the nerves
and enriches the
blood. It’s rich
flav r satisfies the
most fastidious.
If it isn’t on your
table, it should be.
Bottled or
on draught.
FEIGENSPAN’S
Brewaries,
Newark, N. J.
A Choice Line of
MEATS
-AT THE
People’s Meat Market
322 STATE STREET
TELEPHONE 14-w
BRANCH STORES:
518 State Street, • Telebhone 31-L
247 New Bruncwick Avenue, Tel.l09-w
Jos. Polkowitz & Bro.
CiREISEN & DAHL,
Masons', and Builders
i Room 14 Seheuer Building:.
I
1 KSTJMATES FURNISHED.
T"'“
VELS BJOBNSEN
Dealer Id
Choice Family Groceries
Provisions, Etc.
Fresh stock constantly received
Jor. Prospect and Smith Sts t
BARBELL BROS.,
Successor to D. McFarland.
Vtove Furniture Carefully
ansi at Reasonable Cast
33 Kind Street. A
S&RJ1PLE8 FO* «
FAIL SUITS^> .
Are Itfow In. l
Our line is as complete as any in
tlio city, and we would be pleased
to have you call and inspect
them.
STYLE AND FIT G UARANTEED.
All work by experienced tailors.
All repair work satisfactorily done.
CHRIS. CliRISTOFFERSHN.
33 Smith Street, Tel. 193 j Perth Amboy,
MADAM FilVELY.
136 Smith St.,
Hair Pressing, Shampooing, Scalp treatment a
•orn treatment Manicuring anti Manage A
Skillfullv done for Ladies at reasonable prices. 1
Also seal?) treatment Manicuring and corn
• leatmenL for gentlemen. Out of town engage
ments by appointments.
The svmp’oms of eye strain are vertigo, sick
stoxaeh, readache, ^neuralgia and numerous
ctliir nervous complaints.
Come to me, 1 have served
rears with an eminent
1 New York Ci y, eye spec
ialist. Classes as low ns
$1,10, and guaranteed.
F. J. MONA(iTIAN, Opt. D.,
Smith St., over tfalz <fc Steiner’s store, Tuesday
aud Saturday, 1.80 to 7 p. in., side entrance,
lormerly lb Maicicn Lane, N. Y. city.
At my office your eyes
receive F II K K O F
Cl I A K G F. an honest,
thorough and scientific
examination, by an Ccu
eye-dlseases for 25 years,
and proper plssses fitted for $1.00 upward. Rep
utation is what I am after, and ton cau red-' up
ott petting pood, honest value for your ittcney
ts innttv reade'K of tills papej- wi testify. I>K‘
HKHiliKN; Oculist, ztIO BltOADWAY (near
Pulton St. I, N. Y., Room 202, over drup stole.
Hours 9 to 0. __
Wc make a specialty ol
buying rags, metals, boil
ers oi' all kinds. Drop us a
line.
H. SHRAGOVITZ,
I0G South Secoml St
H&ie! Central
NOW OPEN ^c$“rs ii;
sT spitzer,
Cor. Plate and smith el. | urices- • • •
Ml NOZ FXIMiKsiT
191 Elm Street
Residence 176 Brighton Av
All kinds of Heavy trucking, Furniture
: ami Piano moving promptly attended to.
TELEPliON E ( ONNECHONS.
PATRICK WHITE & SONS
Telephone No. 8
Engineers, Founders
Machinists.
General and Special Machine Pattern
Boiler and Blacksmith Work.
illlSESIItl.
()■ "" ... “ /j
I C«a> in any quanwy |
v-*-at the Lowest
After Nov. 2nd () i
0 Wood will be25c Markot prlce8 A
( per barrel. ) >
! ,■ . - -—/ ,
“ J ' Yard; Sow Brunswick Ave., aud ( ) 0
Lehigh Valley Crossing. (j
() Tel. 51. Perth Amboy, N. J. /
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FOLEYSlfOMMCAR
'. Itops the cou^h an d he»l«lun<»

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