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PROCRASTINATION KEEP YOU FROM BUYING YOUR SUIT OR WINTER CLOAK NOW, BEFORE THE CHRISTMAS RJSH COMES ON. I Already the world is figuring on its Christmas buying and as the time for it draws near Substantial Nee essaries are apt to be lost sight of in the generous impulse to buy for others, rather for one’s self the things more ornamental than useful. That may mean to a woman the leaving off of the Suit or the Jacket that she needs—that prudence demands that she should have. Of course be generous, but prudent as well. Buy the Winter Clothes you need now—and your Christmas gifts later. We've made some big cuts in prices in our Suit nml Plnnt Donnrtninnt A Full Book of Red Star Stamps FREE tomorrow, Saturday to the customes making the largest purchase in our store. CLOAKS AND SUITS 7 95 Choice of any of our Louis XIV style all wool Zibeline 10.00 suits worth 12.50. 9.95 Choice of any of our 12.50 and 11.9S Louis XIV style all wool suits, real value 15.00 and 16.00. 12 95 Choice of any of our 20 00 I Gun metal Louis XIV Velvet suits. 2 98 Choice of 25 Children’s Norfolk and Reefer Jackets, reg. 3,98 to 8.00. 5 09 Children’s all wool double breasted Zibeline full length cloaks double cape, piped with velvet,sold elsewhere at 6.50. 25 Ladies new fall Cloaks must be sold at once to make room for our Holiday goods, in order to move them quickly we will make some big reductions for tomorrow and all next week. First comes gets best selection. HOSIERY IOC per pair all sizes children’s ribbed wool stockings. 25c for 2 pair of the best boys’ and girls double knee stockings made, 25c per pair, boys’ and girls triple knee Black Cat leather slock iugs the best the market affords. CHILDRENS MITTENS Childrens black wool mittens 5c, DOLLS! DOLLS! Our stock of dolls is now ready for your inspection. It is the larg est in l’erth Amboy. You will find in this great stock, curly hair dolls short hair dolls. Kid body dolls, the best jointed dolls made. Dress ed and undressed dolls, all with the most natural faces seen on a doll. By making your selection now you are sure to get a clean and perfect doll and then you can dress it at your leisure- A small deposit will reserve any doll until wanted. If you want a little or if you want the largest doll in Perth Amboy we have it. UNDERWEAR 50c Gents natural wool 75c shirts and Drawers.. 45c each Gents Sanitary fleeced shirt and drawers, value 59c. 50c each, Gents extra heavy and full si/e Outing cloth Pajamas, in gents furnishing stores 1 25. CORSETS 75c per pair, choice of any of our 1.00 II A II and P. X. corsets in black, white, and drat. BOOKS We are ready with the largest and best selected stock of books we have ever carried. 98c each, all 1.50 copyrighted books, sold in New York at 1.0S. I8c each Henty books for boys, sold in New York at 25c. 59c each choice of one lot of 1.50 copyrighted books. Linen books, picture books, and all kinds of books for Children. Special prices made to Churches and Sunday Schools. DRESSING SACQUES we have the largest stock in town let us prove it to you. 75c Ladies Red, Pink, blue and grey Eiderdown Dressing Sacqtte, . trimmed with two frogs, without frogs elsewhere they cost 59c. 100 each beautiful styles all wool Eiderdown Dressing Sacques,better than some gotten elsewhere at 1.25. BLANKETS We are still selling the best 1.50 Blanket at .1.00 per pair, over 500 pair sold this season,a good sign of their true velue. 5.00 per pair for the best all wool full si/e white blanket to be had at the price. Fownes Gloves. Fownes cape English Walking C.loves for ladies, every pair guaranteed I 50 iv-" -== Am I snnl. 'Has he any occupation?” "Well, he has hail one.” “What?” "Try ing to be ‘a good fellow.' ” "Did he succeed?” "As long as his money lasted, yes.”— Chicago Post. The Sort of 1'VlIow lie Im. Knippe—What sort of a fellow is Johnson? Tucque—Oh, he is one of that kind of men who are always remarking: "It looks as though we'd have a little rain before night."—Syracuse Herald. The ( lisiom of Good Order. Wife—Dear me, you can never find a thing without asking me where il is. How did you, get along before you were married? Husband—Things stayed where they were put then.—N. Y. Weekly. On Knglhli liailn'Urt. The number of men employed on the railways of he 1'nited Kingdom, in cluding boys, is 523,982. C3bi|iiirnttve llirtlirnfc*. The birth rate among the foreign-born in Massachusetts is 32 per 1,0110; amung the native born it is 17. ( liicimiiS I,hw.vppn. There are 4 7"2 lawyers in Chicago. The Increase ir. their number during the last 12 months was 320. Merchant Murine FiR-nre*. The German merchant marine now in cludes 970 ships of a tonnage of l.ouo tons or over. |»ro1»l**in for nerlln. Servant girls are becoming scarce in IJorlin because of the greater popularity of factory labor. / TWO PRETTY BLUE H MS. These are both pretty desigus for winter hats, and are both lu shades of bine. The largo hat is soft heaver of dark navy blue. It is a little oft' the face in front, an under the brim ! is put a verv soft, feathery' blue and green iridescent wing, with the quill i part thrust through the beaver. On top of the hat is another wing of the 1 same kind. The turbnn is made of taffeta in about three or four shades of electric blue. The entire lint is made of ruf fles of tlie taffeta, pinfeed on tho edge. The crown is the plain taffeta, corded on thick wire. The rosettes on the side are made of the rn files of taffeta. In tho centro of each is put a cut steel button The framo to be bought for this should be very narrow on the sides and come iDto rntlier a deep point in the front, and fitting closely to tho back of the head. ( To PiiNtry. Instead of putting away pastry, such as cheese cakes, jam, lasts, etc., held in reserve in a largo tin and fetching out when wanted, it will lie found more convenient to pride about the number likely to he needed at one time in two pound biscuit tins. Line the tin with lnittrr paper, covering the pies careful ly over and closing tightly, thus avoid ing admitting air more than is neces sary and also preventing breaking the edges and spoiling Hie appearance. Kitchen V. nil*. No one in those days thinks of pa P'riug or whitewashing a kitchen. The '.vails should he oil painted in a fiat Hnisii—that is, without varnish—and if it properly dom they may he washed freely without in.'try to the surface. There are also several patent wall •nverings resembling light oilcloth that are put on like paper. T» Tc*t n Hill ini>ml. There an ■ i . simple way to tell f a diamond is genuine. Make a small lot on a piece of paper with a lead pencil, arid look at it through the dia mond. if it shows a single dot the dia mond is genuine if it shows more Ilian on'-, or the mark appears scatter ed, it is false no matter what it cost. Wnriiiiu; <i» Husbonilfi. The case of a wife who scratched her :. l’s fat e witl i < r lit i" r nails, stamped on bis toes, struck him with a cane and lmat him with a screen door be cause h» asked her to pet breakfast for who make unreasonable requests of their wives. f’nrlotii I'iffpct of I.icilit. A curious effi • t of iight is seen in the fact that fish wlitfh live In deep waters, where the light cannot pene ’rate. are usually dull in <olor, while Thor? living In shallow water, to which the umlirkt baa tree access, are bright of hue. Mriinfo A strange bequest, noticeable even among the eccentricities of English wills, has been made by the late Joseph Oillott, the pen man of Birmingham, il" pavp $k."iU to Pis gas man out of the $800,000 and more he It ft. \e5r1i Knit IMnyer. Tom Morris green beeper of the North Berwick Golf club, has resigned be ■ ;.unc he is $2 years old. He had played golf sli ce li" was ten years of age. and was o; n champion in 1801, 1862, 18(14 and 1807. CSIvo Them n Trial. Any recipe should be tried before be ing accorded a place on one’s list. Some of them do not suit our palates, while others, with some little variation of pro portions. may he made to do so. FltiMliliRlat, Cre.it car' must lie taken t.u. io ex plode cartridges for lit.in;; ;!a hjlfht photographs in a confined uulit'ctt. [f confined a terrible expios'i :i w! i :e stilt. More than one • eri< si ;.ho tographer in.-- lost his life 1 ; becom ing carries.! in this reaped. 'I tie mare Dflieient a flash compound is the high er its explosive powder, and it imiilii aever lie ignited In a eimli'.v d . ;i:.ce not even tlie iiil of a box. hut spread in a inn.' tr tin. The fot e of 'ho ex plosion is. tlr-rotoro. minimized, while Ihe light area is increas' d. Collrrls IViin <jf \»r!n»r.-*. King Edward has a most interesting colli ei ion of pens used by the ; n o writ ers of tlie iast half century, i-aeing from Time: t ray and Tent.’i. on to Swin burne and Stevenson. t'firuily or < lorjffy At a w. ddirig celebrated rt I’.-.mlon. County Cork, the bride's ftt’i :■ and broth-r wire tlie officiating <i: r.\mcn, while the bridegroom was at. u a cl -rgy man. Tin* i’rnr'N V Tlie Russian stale scu, : r is of solid gold, till'd fd't long, and u.mains, among it t ornaments. 2i;, di; n.imds. .'ton rubies and 1 r> tmeralds. Horn In < liinn. hi me. Kami s, ihe primu d. ana, spent ihe first five years of her u u; Shang hai where her father was in practice as u lawyer. Yarmouth, England, corporation for bids smoking on Sundays in its new pier pavilion, as the band pi, ve acred music. A Gooi! Index. Listen to what your friends say of others if you would know what they say of you.—Chicago Daily News. Paper l*lntc*. In some of the cheap restaurants in German cities food is served on plates made of compressed paper. 1 Mcful Art. The art of keeping the mouth shut should be taught in every school.—Chi cago Daily News. American Vineyard*. It is estimated that about -P o.iiQO nerrs if land in the United States are planted with vines. lioynl Huntsmen. During the last quarter >f a esntury the kaiser has shot nearly 23,000 head of game. Prfntoil In rnKlUlt, Of all newspapers in the wcrl ' os in every 100 are printed in tin English language. YOU WANT STAMPS, COME HERE The people of this city want Trading Stamps. To supply that want we have induced tho best Stamp Company in the business to come in here, and, starting on Saturday, we give Blue Exchange Stamps 1 With each cash purchase. If you want to start now, conic in and we will start your book with $3.00 worth of Stamps. We’l! change your Red Star Stamps and give you the Blue Exchange Stamps for them. _ —--^Better Premiums and More of Them. High-Class GROCERIES I At the Lowest Prices. < SATURDAY - MONDAY I _I $;j.00 in Stamps with 1 lb. Coffee, 25 cents. $8.00 in Stamps with 1 lb. Best Tea, 58c. 50c in Stamps with 2 Loaves of Bread, all for 10c. in Stamps I WITH FOLLOWING ORDER: 2 lbs Fancy Butter. 50c 4 lbs Granulated Sugar. 20c 2 cans Milk. 20c lb best Tea. 29c 1 can Bartlett Pears. 12c 1 can Tomatoes. toe 1 can Peas. toe y, lb our best Baking Powder...,- 23c 1 package Mince Meat. 10c 1 package Raisins. 12c 1 package Currants.. 10c 2 lbs best Coffee. 60c 1 package Cocoannt. 10c 1 can best Salmon. 13c 2 loaves Bread. 10c y peck Potatoes.. 12c 1 bottle Vanilla. 10c Black Pepper. 9c 6 cakes Laundry Soap. 25c 2 lb package Hominy. 10c 1 bottle Olives,Stuffed. tec 1 bag Salt... 5c 1 lb Rice. Sc 1 package Sage or Thyme. 6c $3-9« Wilh Each oflhe Following Items: 3 lbs Prunes.. 20c 3 cans Peas. 25c 1 can Red Alaska Salmon. 15c 1 can Bartlett Pears. 12c 1] 1 1 can choice Peaches. iSc 1 can Bjellaud Anehojtds. 20c 1 can Baked Beans. 10c 1 can Jersey Pumpkins. 12c |H 1 can Corned Beef. 23c 1 bottle Wore. Sauce . 12c 1 bottle Stuffed Olives. 12c jfl 1 bottle Fancy Sweet Pickles. 12c t bottle Vanilla. 10c 1 bottle Benton. 10c 1 package Cinnamon. 10c 1 package Ginger. tec 1 package Mustatd. 10c 1 package Macaroni. 10c 1 package Cleaned Currants. 10c 1 package Seeded Raisins. 12c , 1 package Hominy. 10c 1 package Tapioca. 10c 2 packages W. B. C. Sodas. 20c 1 package Mince Meat. 10c ..... 1 I UNEXCELLED | CASH GKOCERY i | Cor. WashingtoiiStree^a^