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Store Open Evenings Until Christmas.
KB" COAT SALE We meet our patrons half way in prices in two clusters of this season's highly desirable and fashionable style, cut and export made Regular 5.98, Regular 9.98 Friday and Saturday Friday and Saturday 2.99 4.99 5 CLUSTER 1 5 ioo Children’s Coats, made of • Zibeline and Melton, nicely trim S me 1 with brai 1, some w t i col § lars others collarless, splendidly 5 finished, ages4 to 6 years, CLUSTER 2 m 125 Misses’ Coats, made of Zib- S eline Kersey and English Mel- i ton superbly made, handsomely ■ trimmed, while they last, ages * 6 to 14 years ■ _m An Unprecedented Holiday FUR SALE - - Friday and Saturday. Fine Furs made up in best styles from sel ected skins. No words are strong enough to describe the beauty and richness embodied in ail these elegant furs. Furs make most accceptable Christmas Gifts and this sale affords splendid saving opportunities. Scarfs 1.08 to 25.00 Mutt's 1.25 to 17,08 Misses’ and Children's Sets, 75c to 5.08 H. BaDHHIDSIDUS'1 ■ SPECIAL 1 eductions in: B Eist t,s: ■ I For 10 days lioirinnin”' Doc.1 ■ 10th, all oui' 2.’)0 hats at * : $2.oo-: a * B All our 2.00 hats at g | $i.5o: §_i I Hawes Celebrated $3.00 Hats * ■ iaaBBariaammSDinia ■J. H.HOPE&CO.; ■ 77 Smi! 11 Sirrrt. * B »| Sol. Uubenstcin, Howard U«>i o. .1 E 8 Baa a n b b n e w a ai a in D The men who have made the largesi fortunes in business are those who jBfl^ave been the most extensive adver ^^^Tsers Whatever Fashion D'.mand Jewelry is made a part «.r our •> •!: ;t* o<>ii as m tnufactured. *v«* have nmnv arti<*l«M IN DAINTY JEWELRY that will add much to th*> t entity ami attractive, tj. as of your COMf.unie •. Con* derml m ilie point of quality they are rich and v.iluaM-. la'* from the standpoint of price ih**y are Hides. We call i our attention to the fed owing seasonable nov f Ities: Watdies. Diamond Kings IIigl grade Roger Silverware also Cut Glass. 3S>0 State Street. k. MUSIC hall! To-let for Theatricals, Concerts, | Entertainments, parties etc. Isaac B. Esbsrg, Manager 9 WATER ST. Thone 6 R. CONDEMNED DISPATCHES. Mr. mid Mrs. Prank Scott wore killed 1>\ ilit Idtlsdeld express near Lake ville. < \inii. Thirteen prisoners broke out of jail at Toiuhstnue, Ariz., and escaped toward the Mexican border. Tie* sea of Azof a tributary of the Black sea and important to Russian commerce, is drying up. An unidontiliod man committed sui « !(!•• on the ferryboat Montnuk while she was crossing New York harbor. Tin* Democratic senate caucus has postponed decision as to its course with regard to the Panama canal treaty. The British expedition to Tibet has met with immense transport diliieulties owing to intense cold and want of roads. S.iiitos-Dumnnt is soon In start from Paris for St. Louis to prepare for the dirigible balloon competition at the fair _ I KINGS I I MILLIONAIRES 1 jg WEAR SCUD GOLD || fy WATCH CHAINS,BUT || jfi THE GREAT MAJORITY If M OF MEN WEAR £jf a Simmons i |; Watch Chains i ■I .Tust as stylish anil hand- gj I some as all-gold ones, wear D II just as long, and a good I |l deal cheaper. They are I I guaranteed to givo entire I fij satisfaction to the wearor. I W WATCHES and^^KS jl I L. KREiELShS?. 1 IlfilSPP! \%i^'-: | Ivg^-a JWV-yJV.ftU/14fl L'it r A. V/lfriV.rjiua£> Triple Stamps WITH EVERY j 10c PURCHASE. j EASY X-MAS BUYING i With the items we print from 1 day to day you should have no trouble in finding the things you want. Suggestions For Tomorrow’s Selling!! Collar and Cuff Boxes, plain and ornamental, 98 to 525c Purses, with chain handle a variety of new styles, at . 52,10 and 49c Brush and Comb Sets, dec orated porcelain backs, at. *2.19 to 98c Shaving Sets, good razor brush and cup, fancy lined box at. 1.49 Smoking Sets, all imported Novelties, durable and neat.52 49 to 75c Automobile Ash receivers, something entirely novel at. 4 9c Fancy Fur9, are always agreeable presents, we have them from 9Se to 5*9.00 Si k Umbrellas, fancy ami natural handles, at.... 1.25 Si!k Stocks, all silk fancy Stocks, large assortment latest designs, very desir able for gifts at 25, 529, ..‘>9, and 19c SreenbaunTs Department Store 1 .403 Slat* Street. | TELEPHONE S9 R. | We give Blue Exchange Stamps A Choice Line of M EATS -AT TIIK People’s leal Mel 322 STATE STREET TELEPHONE 14-w BRANCH STORES: 518 State Street, - Telephone 31-L 247 New Brunswick Avenue, Te!.l09-w Jos. Polkowitz & Bro. NOW OPEN ! OUR NEW STORE 372 STATE STREET, with a full Hue of China, Agate Ware, Imported Gocds, Tinware, Cooking Utensils. Etc. SOUVENIRS to purchasers tfuriii” Dpeuiug week. Cali and inspect oni stock. j. mm 372 STATE STREET. Opposite h*. U. R. Station, Perth Amboy, N. J. ONEY TO LOAN ON HOUSEHOLD GOODS at tne LOWEST RATES charged anywhere in Middlesex County, No Publicity You keep ALL the property your sedf. No papers recorded. Here( you get the FULL amount you pay for. Time extended if you wish. New Brunswick Loan Co. 349 George St. P. O. Box 64 New Brunswick N. J. A NORTH AMBOY ITEMS Thomas Patten has moved from tin St. John store to the store of tin Perth Amboy Realty and Constrnctioi Co., corner of Hall avenue and Eliza beth street. Miss A. Linsey, of Pleasant Plains, spent two days with friends on Parkei street. John liloodgood, of Fords, was ti visitor at tt.is place on Tuesday. Mrs. H. Peterson took a trip tc Newark on Monday. Mrs. Soreo Nickelsen, of Elizabeth street, has been very ill the pasl week. Mrs. It. Levy, of HI Hnll avenue, i> confined to her home with a lmdly sprained wrist, tho result of a tall. The many triends of Christopher O’Hara will be clod to hear that he i» improving and is on the road to re covery. Miss Mary Freeman, of New York, is visiting friends on Catherine street tho past week. Mrs. C. Clink has reoavored her dog Dewey. Ho had been lost since De cember 1. Mr. Jewel and family nro moving from Cortlamlt street tu 18 Hall av enuo. Double Stamps -A-gain, all day TO-MORROW. With all Purchases Standard Designers for January, 1904, are here. ! SICKLES BROS. 92 Smith St, r-—— I m v I * I f f I I 1 I y and your Christmas list not yet tilled. y ^ Don't delay it longer, come at once to f this store and select in comfort ¥ t V % Just What the Men and Beys * *' Need and Want - f 1 4 ^ The great assortment ot useful articles r ^ will enable you to please each and every y one for instance note the following , « , ; Smoking Jackets, plaid back fabrics, beautifully A trimmed | 3.50 to 8.00 I # # x Ball) Robes, newest designs, plain or fancy etlccts, x ^ light or heavy A J 4.00 to 8 00 l « Gloves for Street or Dress wear £ * 00 | ¥ ¥ A Cravats for men ami boys, in stunning effects, best A j values T 1 50e to 1.00 | y y ■•s £ [Mufflers, smart silks, new shapes, great value at £ m . 4$ y each price y i 1.00 to 2.00 i f . . | | V 4$ Jewelry, Cuff Links, Scarf Tins, Shirt w y y s Studs, Collar Buttons etc. j m Don’t forget that a Suit, Overcoat or m ^ Heefer makes a line present for boy or ^ $ man. ^ I ! I 1 I ll I 91 Smith Street. J y f t . ■ ; . M BOSTON STORE. J HOLIDAY GIFTS. } t Christmas shopping is a pleasure here. Why? Because 4 # you can find the grearest varieties and the best holiday things # £ here. f i Suits; and Cloaks. Ladits’ Coats and Capes, ^ k 2.981015.98. a a Ladies’ Suits, 9.98 to 25.00. 2 \ Handkerchiefs. We carry the largest and best # f assortment of Ladies , Gents r J and Children’s Handkerchiefs ever shown in this city. Prices J ? range from 5c up. £ 5 Umbrellas. Ladies’ and Gents’ Umbrellas, of Silk i 4 Serge and silk and lisle mixed, para- 0 # gon frames, steel rods, with all the latest handles, 1.25 to 6.98. # i Art Goods. ,wf Pride ?urs.elf that, lhfcre wf "U ; i before such a fine collection ot artistic J k designs shown in Art Goods. If there is anything you need in 5 5 Fancy Goods it will pay you to look over this department. Pri- 2 # ces are about one-quarter less than others ask. # # Bring the children and let them look around our Toylnnd. * j .Santa Claus outdone himself this year. # I WM. MURDOCH, \\ ? 72 Smith Street, Perth Amboy, * * IN THE HOUSE. Central \ mcricn n Tariffs and Pen sion ApproprintIons l)is«*uN.s<‘<l. WASH 1 N<»TOX, Doc. 17. — Central American affairs were discussed in the house and also pensions, industrial and agricultural conditions and labor. The session lasted more than four hours, the house being in committee of the whole almost the entire time on the pension appropriation bill, in which no conclusion was reached. Mr. Lind (l>em.. Minn.), referring to an editorial published in a home paper which, lie said, reflected on his rela tions with Mr. Williams, the minority leader, stated that lie desired to say that his relations with Mr. Williams were of the most cordial character. llrooklyn Will (•<» to Alexandretta. WASHINGTON, Dec. 17.—As a re sult of Minister Leislunan’s advices re specting tlie Alexandretta affair the state department lias requested the na vy department to place a warship at the disposal of Consul Davis, now at Beirut, upon which he might return to Alexandretta at Ids pleasure. The navy department accordingly cabled in structions' to Admiral Cotton, on board iIn* flagship Brooklyn at Alexandria, Egypt, to place a vessel at the disposal of Mr. Davis. It is believed the Brook lyn will be selected. It is left to the consul to arrange the terms of ids re ception. Presents That Last. In selecting Christmas Gifts why not buy those that are durable— that will stand “the “test of time.” This is true of all goods found in out stock. We han dle no trash. You ob tain full value for ev ery cent spent in our store. SUGGESTIONS FOR PRESENTS. Watches Watch Chains Clooks Rings Napkin Rings Match Safes Fobs Watch Charms Umbrellas Silverware Cut G'ass and thousands of other articles which space will not permit us to | mention. PRICES REASONABLE. L Kreielsheimer, Leading Jeweler, 122 Smith St., f Perth Amboy. I Read the real estate advortiairg column on pace 2, today. CHOICE LINE OF GOODS FOR Made to order at Reasonable Prices Satisfaction Guaranteed. CHRIS. CHRISTOFFERSBN, 03 Smith Street, Tel. 193 j Perth Amboy, \ELS BJORNSEN Dealer lo j Choice Family Groceries 1 Provisions, Etc. 1 Fresh stock constantly received " Cor. Prospect and Smith Hti, MADAM RIVELY. 118 Smith St., Hair Preying, Shampooing, Scalp treatment corn treatment Manicuring anti Massage 'killfullv done for Ladies at reasonable prices. Also scalp treatment Manicuring and corn .renlment for gentlemen. Out of town engage ments by appointments. For your Eye Troubles m como to mn,, I havoa^B satisfactorily treated icorcs in this city. ^B F. .1. MONACO!AN, Opt. D., B (It smith St. Daily from 8.8 i to 7 p. m. Wed. anil Saturday 8.30 to l) p, in. Formerly 1 > Pttiden Lane N. Y. City. JH MUNOZ EXPRESS 191 Elm Street Residence 176 Brighton Av All kiuds of Heavy trucking, Furniture and Piano moving promptly attended to. TELEPHONE connections. rertn Amboy coal Co. Cor. Division and William Sts Lehigh ami Fu/.elion Coal and Hinuiing Wood At reasonable price*. Full weight guaranteed. Orders may h** left at Jake's Fruit store, corner of Smith and Statest, orGroensp-n Bios., cor uerbmiih and Ini st. 'Jel. HKa. S. POLENSKY, Manager (xREISEN A DAHL, Masons and Builders, u Room 11 Sckener Build lug;. ESTIMATES FURNISITED. Open Kvonlnuro 7 to 10. GARD£LL BROS., Sui oosBor to D. MoFarland. dove Furniture Carefully and at Reannnable Cut 1 IM Kina Wtrcet. n FOR SALE 2000 feet Rail Road Rails, 60 lbs. to the yard, good as new. H. SHRAGOVITZ, 106-108 South Second St. Perth Amboy. Telephone l‘-2B PATRICK WHITE & SONS Telephone No. 8 \ Engineers, Founders Machinists. A General and Special Machine Pattern I Boiler and Blacksmith Work. p ._ ; * i FOLEYSHONEY«®XAR I (tops th. eoudh and land*