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LOCAL ITEMS.
Mrs. J. A. Blow, who tins been ill
a,i her home with typhoid malaria, is
cqgfnlescing.
John Hnltzlmrf, of Maplo street,
who has been confined to his homo
fur several weeks with pneumonia,
h4$ recovered.
Miss Katherine Bnrke, who has been
visiting friends on Smith street, re
tained to her home in Plainfield this
morning.
'i Miss Katherine Noe,of .Water street,
who has beon visiting her sister, Mrs.
Apderson, of Boston,{is expected home
toidny.
Agnes Quinn, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Arthur Qninn, sustained a severe
cgt ever the left eye. Dr. Brnce had
to take three stitches to close the
wound.
Alfred Davenport, of Gordon street,
isi .employed at the Barber Asphalt
Works.
Miss Lizzie McClain, of Oak street
. . « a A a %_.
{Arthur Qninn has returned to his
home on Gordon street, after a trip to
Camden.
Little Margarmte Henderson, of
(Jordon street, met with a painful fall
on Wednesday night. The child fed
and hit her cheek,cutting a deep gash
into it.
Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Campion, of
New Brunswick avenue, are receiving
congratulations over the arrival of a
little girl.
Elsie Bernard, of 37 Jefferson street,
is visiting her friend, Miss Ruth
Snow, of Linden.
Mr. and MrB. Hudson Clark Will
iams have returned to their Iw.r on
Jdfferson street, after visitii.-tr if
Brooklyn.
Miss Emma Gilman, of Jefferson
street, who has beeu on tho sick list
for tho last week, is improving.
Mrs. Frank Jones, who has been
quite ill at her home on Commerce
street, is convalescent.
lies 0. Peterson, of Gordon street,
i pendijgfc^ic day with her triend,
Linden.
who has been
on Brighton
Seriously ill
sr home on Brighton avenue, has
improved but little.
Louise Peterson, of Smith
fl*
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Our Combination Shoe
FOR MEN AND WOMEN
The only slioo of its k'nd. You must hav°
absolute confidence in 1 lie doiler. You mils'
not only have faith in the honesty of you'
dealer, but you must fool confident of hi*
ability. Not every dealer who sells inferi >'
shoes is dishonest by any mean®. Decep
tion is so easy and detection so hard while
the shoes are new that only the most r»!;ib
orate pains in buying cau protect you from
it, on: shoes are seleo*ed by men who have
spent their lives in the work.
Every pair guaranteed.
t
Fli)e Shoes
A
Mrs. H. A. Snow, of Linden, spent
yesterday with friends in town.
Miss Rnth Hancock, of 37 Jefferson
street, iB visiting in Motnehon.
MB. SOLOMON IS POPULAR.
Mai Charge of Congregation Deth Mordecai
—Is a Student in New York.
Rabbi E. L. Solomon has been in
charge of the congregation Both Mor
deeai for a month past. He is very
popnlnr, and Hermnn Philo, president
of the congregation, told n News re
porter that the rabbi iH good here for
a number of years if he desires to
remain.
This is Mr. Solomon's first place.
Ho has been attending the New York
Theological Seminnry in 121st street.
He is in his senior year nnd graunates
in .Tn.ie. Pie stands high in his class
and is well recommended by the facul
ty. He was brought here to take the
jiTace of Rev. M. Kopfstien, who re
signed to take a position in the Bronx.
Ladder Broke With Painter.
A painter in the employ of Wiou
borg, who was painting tho Post Office
building this morning, had a narrow
escape from being badly hurt by the
breaking oi tho ladder on which lie
was standing.
The painter was oil tho top rung of
tiie ladder. lie made a move to reacii
a littlo higher, when tho ladder broke.
Tno painter and paint pot landed on
tho sidewalk. Ho was not hart and
resumed his work ns soou ns lie could
secure a new ladder.
Dancing Recrpiion.
The big ball in the Schouer F.uild
ing was well crowdod last night nt
the first reception given by Professors
Ross null Keefer, to their dancing
class anil friends. Tho guests, who
bail all been invited by invitation,
commenced to arrive nt 8.110 o’clock.
Dancing was kept up ui" i" I’ch r ',
when refreshments wort - ■ .
KMHHHHKflHBIHHHHHHHBHHHnHHBRIlSHMBHHM 57JSiT
SPECIAL SALE AT THE
NEW YORK GASH 1
You naturally want the best. We arc the ones to give you the best
I Standard Groceries at the lowest market prices. Free Trading Stamps.
More than anybody else in town. Remember we guarantee the qualities and cut the price?. Compare our prices with C
others. This sale w ill last for $atuid»y aud Monday only.
•—<r——> —/»#»>* *rr-~rr*.-- mu in hiiiwumm ■ i ■ i nn -■ fit | !
4B>c Best Standard Gran. Sugar, per lb. 4'Jc. Xot over io lbs. to each customer, for Sat. only. Ij
'i Best Klgin Butter, peril).27
Pure Leaf Lard, per lb.11
; Best Compound Lard, 3 lbs.25
Good Fancy Creamery Butter, per lb.23
1 quart jar best Syrup.10
.. — .— ■— -
i large bottle Blue Label Catsup.11 Bj
Best California Hams, per lb.1?| B
Best Sugar Cured Hams, per lb.1 fl
Best Breakfast Bacon, per lb.14 3
Best Milk, 3 cans .‘iSi 9
Ioivumn n iui \ nave you meci tnetn r Ligars tor Ui
■ gar Smokers. They are specially manufactured for us, and the qtial- j
ity will convince you that it’s the cigar you have been long looking _.I
F6r. They will satisfy the most fastidious smokers. To introduce the two grades we will give $5.00 III
worth of Stamps with each box. Box of 25 for go cents. Box of 25 for 70 cents. ' jg I
j Walter Baker’s Cocoa. '/* lb. can . 1 Sc
Best California Peaches, regular price 25c, for
this sale. 1 Sc
•Best French Peas, per can. 14c
3 lb can Tomatoes... Sc
O
OUR 4c SALE
^JJneeda Biscuit. 4c
tlneeda Milk Biscuit. 4c
ZuZu. 4c
i doz Manhattan Matches. 4c
;.B T. Babbitt’s Soap. 4c
; O/one Soap. 4c
iQctogon Soap. 4c
6 lbs Prunes. 25c S I
Best Cocoanut, per lb. 15c B I
Best Prunes, 3 lbs. 25c Jj I
Best Karina, per plcg. Sc 0 I
Best Uncle jerry’s new Buckwheat. i)c & jj
LOOK
OUR 5c SALE
j 4 lbs Washing Soda. 5c
! i lb best Starch. 5c
j i box X R Stove Polish. 5c
' i lb best Soda Crackers. 5c
| i lb best Lemon .Cakes. 5c
I i lb best Ginger .Snaps. 5c H
of Stamps Free with the following order.
i lb best Butter. *iTc
.1 cans E. J. Peas. 1 Oc
I bottle Catsup. 1 Oc
,1 box best Currants. lOc
I bottle Ammonia. lOc
i bottle best Sauce. 1 Oc
,'I bottle or box Blueing .... . 1 Oc
<i bottle best Mustard. lOc
3 lbs Java Coffee. 58c
i box imported Noodles. lOc
i can sweet Peaches. 1 5c
I can best Corned Beef. 1 5c
i pkg Matches. lOc
ai pkg Mince Meat. lOc
i lb best Tea (any flhvor). 58c
1 can Boston baked limans. . 1 Oc
>1 box Purity Corn Starfch. 1 Oc
i can Enamel ine..J... 4 c j
j\ 2.97
$100 worth of Stamps with each of the fol g|
lowing articles. |
i can best Corned Beef, large . 25c I
i qt bottle Salad Oil. 25c H
i Broom. 25c @
i large bag Salt. 10c i
r pkg Purity Corn Starch. 1 (to
1 doz Parlor Matches. lOc
2 cans best Baked Beans. 20c
i box Writing Paper. 10c
VERY SPECIAL.
8f\r\ Worth of Stamps free with i lb can
• Purity Baking Powder, 15c
5f\ f \ Worth of Stamps with i lb of Tea,
.Uv any flavor, 50c |!
Worth of Stamps with i lb of Coffee, W i
best quality, 25c 8 j B
\ f \ Worth of Stamps with i box Offs
.V-/V-/ Noodles at !0c.
1A A n Stamps with two 5c loaves Bread | jjj*
.VJVJat 10c I |
-—- ■ ——- .
^ Now is tlio time to lay in your
\ supplies for Christinas which is
. \ but a few weeks off, and there
'is no better place to buy them
than here. Look at those in
Iducomonts. In the way of ex
tra lied Star Stamps and our
Low Prices.
Grocery Specials
FINE BUTTER . . .23c
California PRUNES 3 lbs. for . . 25c
Very Best LARD, 3 lbs. . . 25c
Very lino COFFEE, lb, . . 15c
$5 Worth of Stamps with
1 lb. Fine Mixed TEA . . 45c
Larue Bottle of Table SYRUP . 15c
Good Maryland TOMATOES, 3 cans 25c
Very Good Early June Peas 3 cans 25c
All other Groceries at Special Prices.
SAUSAGES, Home Made or link, lb., 12c
Don’t forget we give
RED STAR STAMPS
we give Double Stumps with Hind Quarter
of Lamb . . . , 12c
Log of Spring Lamb . . 111c
Shoulder of mb . . 01c
Foro Quarter of Spring Lamb . 7c
Steak Specials
Prime Sirloin j 2 lbs.
Porter House or -
Pound Steak \ £wG
Prime “Rib Poast . - 10c up
Prime. Chuck lloast . . 8c
Jersey Fresh Hams, small and lean 121c
I Boston Gash Meat and Grocery Market
,\I. Klein & Co.
48 SMITH STREET, p«h.
1 Phone Connections.
|_
And 1ms been greeted with popular
demand by all of the leading mer
chants of Perth Amboy. Call at
the new premium parlor and get a
book containing
H
By saving 500 Blue Stamps, you
can get a pretty Rocker, Lamp,
Wash Ringer, Clock, Album, Tab
le Picture, Bureau Set. Lemonade
Sot, and hundreds of other useful
as well as ornamental Articles.
Let your Christmas Presents, free
by siiving Blue Stamps at once,
ask your merchants for them. A
cordial invitation is extended to
one and all to visit our Premium
The Blue Exchange Stamp Co.
HOME OFFICE.
t, , ,T , NEWARK IN- -I.
Perth Amboy. N. J.
WATCH FoR OUR ADD IN THIS PAPER ON FRIDAY, DEC.
Illh, IT WILL INTEREST YOU.
| Evening News Classified Ads. I
!l 'W~ ANTS
—- ONE CENT A WORD
___._,___
SITAU ATIONS WANTED-FREE
No Ads. Less Than 10c. Extra Charge if Displayed.
IlKRt* WANTED
FEMALE CANVASSERS aud demon
strators wanted at once. Apply at
Line Exchange Stamp Co., !i!)5 State
st., Perth Anibov, N. J.
___4313-13-3-2
THE BANKERS LIFE INSURANCE
Company, of the City of Now York,
dosires a capable representative for
Par III Amboy. Exceptionally good
contract. Address Knickerbocker
Agency Company, 742 Broad st., New
ark, N. .I. 4280-12-5-8-10-3t
WANTED—PUPILS IN stenography,
class now being formed. For par
ticulars address Miss A. Strieker, 88
Markot st. 4211-12-3-3
WANTED—TWO SALESMEN for the
sale of Singer Sewing Machines.
Singer Mfg. Co., 4!) Smith st.
4212-12-3-3t
WANTED—SEVERAL persons of
character and good reputation in
each state (one in this comity rcqnir
od) to represent aud advertise old
established weatlhy business house
of solid financial standing. Salary
$21 weekly with expenses additional,
all payable in cash direct each Wed
nesday from head offices. Horse and
oavringe furnished when necessary.
References. Enclose self-addressed
envelope. Colonial, Caxton Build
ing, Chicago._8302-8-18-tf
ROOMS FOR RENT
six rooms TO Let on Sayre ave
nue, suitablo for one or two famil
ies. Enquire 30!) New Brunswick
avcimo. 42<)4-12-3&5-2t
TO LET—THREE rooms and attic,
Gordon and South First Bts.
4234-12-4-1
TO LET-FURNISHED rooms, all
improvements with hoard. Good
German cooking. 45 Gordon st.
4218-12 4-8
l.’T’nxTTcrTT.An n/mnr m/a t tinm
and bath. Corner South Socnnrt and
Market sts._ 411)8-12-!! lit
FOR RENT—SIX room bouse. South
First st., near Market, $12 per
month. Thomas Laugau, 451 State
st. ___4201-12-2-4
DESIRABLE FRONT ROOM to iot7
with board, all modem conven
iences. 1)8 Gordon st.
__ 4187-12-1-Ct
ROOMS TO LEi, 48 Smith'st.
411)2-12-1 -t f
MISCELLANBOUS
STORES FOR RENT cheap. Enquire
at News ofliee.
FOR RENT—A BARN and stable,
suitnnle for one horse. Enqniro at
Nows ofliee. _ 8154-7-25-tf
HAND PAINTED CHINA shirtwaist j
sets are tho popular thing. Orders I
taken for studs, cuff buttons and belt j
buck los, also hatpins, at 114 Rector!
street. 7-17-tf |
SITUATION WANTKl)
lOUNG GIRL DESIRES position at
general housework. Call at 20!) Elm
st. 12-4-8
Advertising is tho lit'o of trade.
J. FLETCHER POULSEN
DEALER IN
Diamonds, Jewelry,
Silverware ^ Cutlery.
61 SMITH ST.
Perth Amboy, N. J.
l-'Olt SALE
FOIt SALE—COAL ynrd and ico house
property, subject to short lease.
Bids received for sixty davs. Enquire
P. E. Gordon, Miller st.
3915-11-3-tf
GOOD HORSE FOR SALE cheap. D.
Fingerote, 32 Paterson st.
4286-12 4-2
FOR SALE—High Grade 10 ho^sa
power steam engine and boiler.
Second hand. Excellent condition.
Manufacturer, care of Evening Nows.
4-8-tf
BOILER AND ENGINE for sale at a
bargain. Sturtevant 10 horse power
steam engine and boiler in A 1 condi
tion, cost $490, will sell for $250. In
use 3 years. Address O. D., News
Office.___9-12-tf
REAL ESTATE.
BRIOK HOUSE CORNER High and
Gordon st. Prioo $5,000. Terms to
suit. Lot 66x120, ten rooms, all im
provements. A. M. Johnson, 89 Water
street. 3498-9-14-tf
FOR SALE—FOUR lots on Market
st., near Good win. Address “Real
Estate,” Evening News.
_1987-11 -10-tf
FOR SALE—AT n bargain, house and
lot on Hall ave. Address “Bar
gain,” Evening News office.
1997-11-10-tf
A RARE BARGAIN
Choice lot on Smith will be sold
for $875 two hundred dollars down,
balance on small monthly install
ments if desired.
TJie Bishop Company
122 8m itli Btrvet,
Amboy
Reality and Construction
Company.
Business properties and resideuco in all
pails of the city for salo for cash or on
inoutlily installments.
Post Cfflce Building.
“Turns Back Time in Tts Flight." ■
UAVJCnoa<t l>" 'iis-our- urrnfl
irafl* g ■?% nK>‘d nt the si Ivor in WL f B*
your hnlr. "II. II. W
y II RR II.”8i curpsposition:*by pro
njftIK serving > out lif ul looks. Not a Till fc
“■"■■“to Duos not stain linen. A ■ wW
HEALTH £3 YOUNfi
FREE trial bottle to PHILO HAY, 220 Lafayette
at., Newark, N, J. Large Sue. buttle at drugglata'.
Troops Stay On to lllnes.
TIUNIIiAD, Colo., Dee. 4. — Mr.
Mitt hrll anil other mine workers of
elsewhere were served with iiapers in
a damage suit for $83,000 tiled by the
Victor Fai l company, (lovernor Pea
body invited President Mitchell to a
conference with him on the subject of
settling the strike. Mr. Mitchell said
he would go to Denver If possible.
Coventor Peabody has decided not to
send troops to the coalfields at present,
lie will do so. however, unless Mr.
Mitchell succeeds In his efforts to
reach an agreement with the operators.
minister Arrested* For Cruelty.
CASTMITON, VI.. Dee. 4.—Itev. Dan
lei McIntyre ol' Pnwlel, a clergyman,
lias been arrested by ail officer of the
Humane society and arraigned here
tharged with cruelty to bis tliroo-yonf
>ld daughter. McIntyre was placed
under $300 bonds for Ills appearance,
rile case has attracted widespread in
lerest. .Mr. McIntyre Is paster of ilia
1'migregatiomil church at Pawlet and
t member of the Northwestern Asso
•iation of Congregational Clergymen
if Vermont.
Ope n Evenings Beginning Dec. 16th and until Christmas.
SUITABLE CIFTS FOR MEN.
The choosing of proper holiday presents for men folks is not
a difficult task with this great store full of acceptable things at
your command. A greater or more comprehensive grouping of
gift things was never before attempted.
Men’s Slippers. I 00 to 2.98
Men’s Lounging Robes.:. 2 98 to 25 00
Men’s Watches. 2.75 up
Men’s Scarfs. 25c to 3 00
Men’s House Coats... 4 98 to 25.00
.Men’s Cigar Cases. 75c to 4.00
Men’s Umbrellas.. 1.50 to 11.00
Men’s Military Brushes. I 00 UP
Men’s Shirts... 50 to 1.50
Early holiday choosing means a greater degree of satisfac
tion. Try it this year. A small deposit reserves present pur
chases in any department until Dec. 24th. Kindly take small
parcels with you.
& | L.S.Plaut&Co/r-sTNewark.
. Free Deliveries.
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