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Stores Closes Tonight at 8 O'clock.
THE HOLIDAY OF HOLIDAYS 1

IS SWIFT LY APPROACHING.


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Less than four weeks before Christmas—really only nineteen S
days—and with Sundays off but sixteen for selling. It is none »
too early to buy now. and there is no better place than here !
I
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1 — 11 i ' m
-THE
1 GREATEST SUIT BARGAIN l
S ■
OF THE YEAR.
The most phenomenal suit values we have offered this season E
S were placed on sale today. We regret that the quantity ■
S is limited. It is all the manufacturer had, they being S
5 principally samples, scarcely two alike. The materials comprise 5
S all the newest cloths shown this season; standard far above the ■
S average. To make a quick clearance we ofTer choice of this entire 5
| lot at
One-Third and One-Haif Off.
S :

£ At $5 98. Suits worth $10.00
At $7.98, Suits worth $12.00 E
At $9.98, Suits worth $14.00
At $11.98, Suits worth $16.00
2 m
At $13.93, Suits worth $20.00
S 5
S - 3
j Saturday Morning Sals.
25 pieces of New Flannelette, suitable for women’s waists or 5
3 children's dresses, various styles; a good 10c value; here special at jj
3 iiyic. None sold after 1 P. M.
| Saturday Afternoon Sale.
Commencing at 1 P. M. and until sold.
25 Women’s and Misses’ Man-Tailored Suits, not all sizes, 5
mostly with silk liued jackets, good range of colors, former prices 5
|H up to $10.00, while they last, It. .
/
Smith Street;
PE11TH AMBOY, g
THESE VERY SPECIAL
ITEMS ARE EXCEP
TIONALL Y A T
TBACTIVE.
Ladies’ 2-Clasp
Kid Gloves,
All new fall and winter
shades, G to 8, value $1.00,
for Saturday only at pair,
83c.
Black Cat Stockings
For children,(5 to 10, usual
ly sold for 18c, for Satur
day only at 1 lc.
Doll Special.
Bisque Kid Body and
Dressed Dolls, values up to
30c, for Saturday only at
21c.
Men’s Underwear.
Double back and front
Shirts, llocce lined, value
50c, sizes 3 I to 46, {for Sat
urday only at 42c.
Children’s Coats.
Castor, blue and garnet,
sizes 4, f> and 6, value 2.-18,
for Saturday only at 1.70.
6reeni>aum’$
! Department Store j
400 $iau Sifcji. |
TKLKPIIONU Sy K.
f A Second Shipment of our f
2 popular 4
;Table Hanging;
f find #
Hall Lamps :
lias arrived direct
from factory.there
ft ire we are able to
sell at a much low
er price as we save
t h o middleman’s
profit which is your
gain.
I (tjaldemar Krause j
i —58— i
5 SMITH STREET. )
\ Near High St. 2
• *
When people want help they adver
tise In iho Evening Nows. Those
looking lor help should hear this in
mind.
MoneySaved
By Buying Your
Floor Oil Cloth
W all Paper
Window Shades
From us
SPECIAL
Floor Oil Cloth l!*c a yard.
A. BECKOFF
:*<>! State Street.
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After investigating the merits of nil Trading Stamps we have* decided to adopt the Blue Exchange
Stamp. Why? Because their premiums arc far superior to those of any other company. Beautiful
premiums can be secured with these stamps for a one-half book mOO st amps), such as Rockers, Mirrors,
Wash Ringers, Tables, Lamps, Bureau Sets, and hundreds of other useful articles.
We are bound to make Saturday and Monday two good days in the history of our store, and in addition
to a liberal amount of Trading Stamps free we are <|noting prices on Groceries and Meats which cannot
fail to interest < conomical housekeepers.
$3.00 worth of Dine Exchange Stamps given free besides the amount which we offer with the following:
ill) uu menu or stamps rroe nun ims uiuui.
Y lb Butter.11
i can Condensed Milk.05)
Y lb can Baking Powder.2.‘J
i lb Prunes. lO
1 lb Star Bland Coffee.IS)
Y lb Pure Pepper .0.1
Y lb Mixed Tea .!•'»
2 lbs Granulated Sugar.05)
2 cakes Scouring Soap .. .07
2 pkg Satin Gloss Wash Powder.05)
i bottl£ besj^Catsup..lO
► ** * 1,28
$10.00 Worth of Stamps Free With I ib Best Baking Powder, 45c
Big Chris in Fresh 8teats.
Fresh Shoulder, lb. He
Salt Pork lb. He
LegMutton.lb. JOc
Leg Lamb, lb. t‘ic
California Hams, lb. ... 5)c
Prime Rib Roast, lb. I -c
Jersey Pork, loins. O' c
i lb can tall Salmon. 1 lie
$3.00 in Stamps free with 1 lb of Mocha and Java Coffee .... 3()e
uu worm or stamps ride vutn inis uraor.
i lb best Butter.‘iT
1 lb Mocha and Java Coffee.BO
2 cakes Babbitt’s Soap.00
3 lbs Washing Soda.05
i pkg Unecda Biscuit.04
i pkg Mother's Oats.lo
i can early June Peas.I O
i lb English Breakfast or Mixed Tea.50
1 bottle best Ammonia. lO
2 lbs Granulated Sugar.OO
i box oil Sardines.05
i can Tomatoes.to
J4 lb pure Pepper.10
x7oo
Fancy Groceries.
Apricots, lb. 1 ;»c
Best California Prunes, lb.8c an 1 10c
Granulated Sugar, lb. 4 ■c
Star Brand Coffee, lb. |<)c
Armour’s Lard, lb. 8C
Can Boston Baked Beans. ,Sc
Pkg Breakfast Wheat Elour. lOe
Cooper’s Gelatine, pkg. Oe
$12 00 worth of Stamps free with i lb of 50c Tea, any flavor.
I Remember yon yet Stamps with ouch JOe purchase of above yo ids.
Wo give Blue Exchange Stamps. They are the best.
THE RED STAR GROCERY and MEAT MARKET
I MAX GOLDBERGER, Proprietor, J
404-406 STATE STREET, - , - PERTH AMBOY, N. J.
Wi
Palace
—— —i—w iimi i ■ ii ii nm — !■ i
Fine Millinery.
'g.TAjnr- imrrz MiTi T1BS^ 1w/wrr
Sweeping Reductions
j All Trimmed and Untrimmed
Millinery at one-half price.
There is no need of waiting
until after the holidays for bar
gains, as they are now offered
you—Prices to suit all.
50 Trimmied Hats, worth
3.30 to 18 00, marked down to
$9 00 and $198.
* »»
MADAME FORGrIE
399 State St.
lli^ci Unilcling
Telephone Call GE-A.
MARSH'S
Mince Pies
“NUF SED”
B- L. MARSH & CO.,
121 Smith Street.
Quality and Style
an; to be found in every garment wo make.
That’s why thedemumi i«*r j^anm nt *
constructed by us is at* a i ly im.rrasipt;
We are particular as to minor <b tails,
and wo tee to it that earh anioin is i s
perfec’ as tho tailor s art eau make it,
before leaving our stole.
Overcoats and Suits to order, best styks.
P. SANTORO
105 SMITH STREET.
HritisLi Wui*m!iI]i Isiiore,
VANCOVVKli. It. Doc. -1.—On tho
second anniversary of the disaster to
D. M. S. Com lor, which left for Hono
lulu mul wus never hennl of again,
tin* British second class armored cruis
er r’lora lies tilled on the rocks of Den
man island, mul (here she hangs with
a tenacious grip. Serious fears arc en
tertained that tile Flora will prove a
total wreck unless she is floated from
lna* present position before a storm ur
ri ves,
I
I
I
5c a Role.
To make room
for now Stock.
Chiffoniers,
Oil Cloths
and Side Boards
Remember the Place
T. MHter
357 State St
PERTH AMBOY, N. J.
I
["boston store.]
jSPECIAL sale]
To make room for our $
] HOLIDAY GOODS
£ Special Sale in all departments of practical Holiday ^
£ Gifts including Suits, Coats, Capes, Ladies’ and £
Gents’ Underwear. Dress Goods and in fact all
r our Winter wearing apparel. $
£ -——————— A
I WM. MURDOCH, j
J 72 Smith Street, Perth Amboy, J
Thu Story of a Wonderful Woman.
This is the day of women leaders in
many Helds of thought and action,
bat there are few among the sex so
nrominent as Mrs. AngnstaE. StetsoD,
New York’s High Priestess of Chris
tina Science. The crowning achieve-j
menti of her career—the raising of1
$3,000,000 for the building of a new
temple to Christian Science, and the
opening of this temple last week
calls attention to Mrs. Stetson and ,
makes the story of her remarkable life
particularly interesting just now.
This story will appear in next Sun
day’s Now York World.
Strike For Sensible < iiunc.
CHARLOTTE, N. C„ Dec. 4.—About
half the usual number of curs were run
over the lines of the Charlotte Consol
idated Construction company, on which
a strike has been declared by the con
ductors and luotormi'ii because of the
failure of the company to provide heat
tho ...u<e
Money to loan
ON HOUSEHOLD GOODS
at the LOWEST RATES charged
anywhere in Middlesex County.
No Publicity
You keep ALL the property your
self. No papers recorded. Here
you get the FULL amount you pay
for. Time extended if you wish.
New Brunswick Loan Go.
• 349 George St.
P. O. Box 64 New Brunswick N. J.
Select Your t|
Xmas
Present
from our larpn stock ol Diamonds, Watoli
es, Jewolrypilverware and Cut Glass,oto.
Honest Goods at Moderate Prices
A.11 poods guaranteed as represented.
I. SINGER
99 Smith Street
The undersigned will dispose
of the entire stock of Men’s,
Boys’, Ladies’ and Children’s
Shoes at greatly cut prices to
make room for a complete new
stock which I have purchased.
Rubbers and Rubber Boots will
be sold at cost prices to close
them out.
Our stock consists of the best
makes of
and must be sold by \.
December 15, 1903. J
A call will convince you that yon 9
can save money. Our best 3.5c
shoe will be sold for 2-50. Otu
2 50 shoe for 2.00- 3-00 shoe
for 2.25. Other Shoes equall)
as low. All kinds of repairing
neatly and quickly done cheap.
H. DORIS
105 Smith St. Kempson Bld’g.
Opposite J. Weinberg.
S He will have
< Money
| To Burn! J
r The man that buys
? his Clothing at our
j store and gets the
\ best that money can *
[buy.
'1'he man who must
dress economically
will And strong, du- WyQN
rable, yet fashionably l||L
cut Suits at
) $8, $10, $12, $15. S
I A Winter Wonder in Overcoats. i
J Full, loose fashioned, extra heavy, in Oxford’s gray and C '
P black frieze, with raw edge finish, and a fine ^ /
) black kersey, with shapely shoulders and close CHfl f|f| S
\ lying collars, lined with high grade serge lining, VlW.UU V
J We fit men of all builds with J
j the precision of custom tail- V
* oring \
? We are very busy in our custom department, but if you /
C don’t delay can make you a Suit or Overcoat yet for \
/ Christmas. r
II. BRIEGS,
£ ^ | 91 SMITH <S~T\ {

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