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^ Eye Strain ??? ST
ousness, etc. Proper glasses
will afford immediate relief.
IF. J. MONOaHAN, OPT. D.. 61 SMITH STREET. I
Tuesday, Thusday, Saturday, r.30 to 9 P. M. The leading physi-1
dans are sending me patients. Glasses from Si.50 up. Fifth!
year in Perth Araboy.
I Little Fellows
I WASH SUITS
I thfit do .iot shrink in the tub?
bind to find aren't they? Lots
and lots of them here all new,
? In white and fancy colots, cool
I ami comfortable for summer r
tyear; the famous "MOTHER'S A
I FRIEND." ^
I. Every boy should have two or three
Wash Suits at least. Don't eost much,
50c to 2.50
91 Smith Street, Perth Am hoy, N. J.
| Cur Briefs jj
?The lawn In front of the high
schol was damaged quite a little
about 30 o'clock this morning by a
hrose which ran from the city prop
erty on the north.
?Elmer Martin is acting as tem
porary janitor of the high school.
?Graham & McKeon have finish- i
ed the excavating under school No.
?Joseph Filgen's houses on Urlgh-,
ton avenue, are being painted.
?Samuel fireen, of State street,
was notified by the police-not to sell
any fireworks before July Fourth.
?A large hole was reported In the
new State street brick pavement.
The contractor was notified.
?Alfred Christopherson now
wears an Elks' button. The antlers
were placed on him last night.
?The copper works fire whistle
blew about 8:50 o'clock this morn
ing. It proved to be a false alarm.
?George Hardlman, assistant su
perintendent of the water depart
ment, drove over the new bridge to
Runyon yesterday. On returning he
was unable to get across the draw on
account of it. being not closed. He
walked across and the horse was tok
en to Soutr Amboy. The water de
partment is using a borrowed horse
?The regular meeting of the
Water Board will be held tonight.
?The laying of the brick pave
ment on Madison avenue has pro
gressed- to a point some distance
south of Market street.
/j ?Excavating for work on pipe
tWfihectioiiH Is being done in front of
many properties on Gordon, Market
tind Smith streets, so as to get the
work done before the pavements are
?The work on the sewer in Madi
son avenue, between Smith and Fay
ette streets, is nearly completed. ,
?Po Arnbo Tribe of Rod Men will
hold their regular meeting tomorrow
?Rock of Safety, I. O. G. T? will
hold their regular meeting in their
?Court Amboy, Foresters of Am
erica, meet tonight.
The funeral of John llarren, two
years old. who died yesterday morn
ing, will be held from the residence
of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John
Barren, 8 Charles street, this after
noon. The interment will be in Holy
It costs you much loss
to have my tillings in
your teeth than the
kind that soon drop out
and have to be replaced.
122 Smith St.
H OR. i. P. SALTER
It-' .. l". -?
NO INQUIRIES i
FOR THE CHILD
The small boy found yesterday on
Fayette street Is being cared for at j
be home of Thomas Lucas, at Me-1
?hanlc and Fayette streets. No In- :
inlry has yet been made for the
BOSSES REFUSE TO
The carpenters branch of the
Ritllding Trades Association last
night authorized the open shop. A
movement Is now on foot which the
builders believe, will revolutionize
the building movement in this city.
Union and non-union men will work
together in the same shop, If the
bosses can get them to do so. and nil
arguments and questions will be set
tled In the future by the Individuals,
not as a union.
The bosses would not talk about
their meeting which was held last
night. They all referred the report
er to J. P. Ko.ven, the secretary, and
Mr. Koyon said he bad nothing today,
but would probably have something
to say tomorrow.
IN SESSION YESTERDAY.
Hov. James H. Xorthrup, of the
First Presbyterian rhurcti, attended
the Presbytery of the Elizabeth dis
trict, held at Union. Union county,
yesterday. A lively discussion arose
sit this sesison in regard to granting
a license to Mr. Pearee, of Hope
chapel, Plalnfleld. The matter htol
been lttirl over from the January ses
sion, at which a committee was ap
pointed to talk with him its to his
veiws on theological qeustlons. The
committee reported tit this meeting
;ind the young man was granted his
license, but not until an executive
sesison was taken and lite matter
thoroughly discussed. Mr. Pearee
was a student at the Union College
at Schenectady, X. Y., and a graduate
of the Union Seminary, Xew York.
It was not as to his character that the
objection was to granting his license,
but some of the theological views he
WAS HELD UP BY
THIEVES AT SOUTH RIVER
Special to the EVENING NEWS:
XEW BRUNSWICK, June 20.?
Thomas Pender was the victim of a
daring hold up at South River Sun
day night, the facts of which have
Just reached the police. Ho was
'walking home, when near the lum
ber yard a man approached him.
Pender showed light and two more
men quickly Joined the first one. The
three went through his clothes and
relieved him of his gold watch and
ifit in money. They beat him severe
ly, stripped him of part of his clothes
and left, him lying in the road. He
was rendered unconscious, but later
recovered and found his way home.
The police are investigating.
Elks Planned for Carnival.
At the regular meeting of Perth
Amhoy l,odge No. 7S4, B. P. O. Elks,
last night, the lodge planned for its
representation at the Excelsior Car
nival tomorrow night and the mem
bership of the lodge was slightly in
creased and the antlers were fitted
on in proper style. The lodge will
have about thirty Elks at the carnl
val to help.
At the meeting qt' the Board of
Health last night the new code was
taken up tor Its second rending. A
few amendments were made, and the
printing committee was ordered to
have-the same printed on slips in
time for the next meeting, at which
time it will receive its th^rd and
A letter was received from the
i State Board of Health, calling atten
tion to the coming-convention in Oc
! tober, and requesting that a delegate
j be appointed to attenjd. The matter
was laid on the tablet
The Inspector's ropbrt from May 1
to .lane 5 was received He reports a
total of sixty-two contpgious diseases,
scarlet fever, twenty-seven; measles,
seventeen: diphtheria, thirteen, and
five minor cases. It was Inspector
ltnmsay's last moetiiig as Inspector
of (he health board. J)r. G. W. Flth
ian will succeed him July 1.
Those present lust night were;
! Victor K. Main, Joseph B. Quick,
, Matthew Hanson, Hrnest R. Comegys
j and John N. St. John.
THIS FACTORY WAS
| REEKINC WITH FILTH.
Newark Health Inspectors Hold Up
a Vile Establishment in
.XElVAitK, -S. J? June 20. ? City
health Inspectors confiscated tile con-1
tents of Harry Rosenthal's bologna
sausage establishment, a small room
in a Jones street leather factory. They
claim to have found the utensils, ma
chinery and the room in general reek
ing with filth and vermin.
Four baskets of meat said to have
tlie appearance of scraps picked up
from the lloors of butcher shops, dirt
and sawdust being present In abund
ance. were Reized by the Inspectors,
together with other scraps of meat
which were said to be decaying In the j
sausage making machines. Preserva- [
tlve solutions nml coloring matter also
were taken by tlie authorities.
Rosenthal, when questioned by the In-;
speetors, declared that for tlve months '
he hatt worked'under an arrangement
with a number of butchers who fur
nished the materials to be ground into;
sausages. He said ho received .ft for :
every 100 pounds turned out. The j
butchers sold the product, he said, for i
12 cents a pound.
GADETS PLANNING FOR
THEIR LAWN FESTIVAL;
Arrangements for the annual lawn
i festival of the Westminster Cadets
j were completed at a meeting last j
1 night. The festival will he held to- i
morrow night on the lot at the corner
of Market and Rector streets, ad
joining (he chapel of the Presbyter-;
inn church. The cadets will parade
i tonight to advertise the event.
The grounds tomorrow night will,
be prettily lighted and the cadets
will have squads on guard duty
throughout the evening. At !) o'clock
an exhibition drill will be given. Ice!
cream and cake will be served and
there will be booths where candy,:
(lowers and fortune telling will he!
at the disposition of the cadets'
guests. Tickets in large numbers
; have alrendy been sold. The pro
ceeds of the festival will go to the
fund for an armory.
The cadets have received a check i
lor $ I it from a local politician whose
idcnlily is not divulged.
PRISON TOR LIFE 1
Grover Cleveland Poole Sentenced
for O'Hara Murder.
M1XKOI.A. X. V? Juno at).?llrover
Cleveland I'oolo was sentenced to life
, Imprisonment in Slug Sing prison by
Judiie Itnrr for tlio murder of James
O'llarn In Port Washington.
Asked if lie hntl anything lo say Just
liefore sentence was pronounced, Poole
??Well, no. except to say that I am
1 innocent of the crime. Hut 1 will take
my medicine like n man."
Mrs. Kiniiin Dtirycn, a cousin of the
prlaoncr. fainted when she heard tlio
sentence proinaue'ed ami had to ls> ear
rle<l from tike courtroom. P(a?k?'? fa
ther. mother and two sisters were pres
Motions for a new trial were refused.
Poole was unnerved when la' was led
i nwny to his cell, lie sent for County
Detective liaise and to Idm related au
? other tale of the murder. Ilere is what
, Poole said:
On the night of the murder O'Hara
: went home drunk, ami Poole put hint
! to la'd upstairs, then came downstairs
i ami lay down on the Ionium.
Not Ionic after Hurtle O'llnra and
Brown, who Ismrded at tike house, wertt
upstairs toirelhcr. Then u shot wus
' tired, and O'llarn was fopnd dead.
The laxly was carrle?l to the wotsls
and all tin' elothluic and hedelothlug
! burned to cover kip the murder.
* Start ?iiuior Lodge.
Denmark and Family Home Lodges
of the Independent Order of Good
; Tempi '? will f't-C? u junior lodge to
morrow at 3 o'clock. The grand
' chief temidar of the Junior Temtile
; will be here from New York. The
1 meeting will lie held In I. O. O. T.
I Hall, 211 Prospect street. Much In
terest Is being tnken In the move
THE MEAT BILL
! PASSES HOUSE
Congress Adopts Much Disputed
Measure-Changes Meet Pres
ident's Views on Subject.
WASH 1XtlTO.V. June 20.?The lumso
adopted Without division the eompro
i mlso meat inspection amendment to
the iijti'iftiltui'nl npitrtoprlfttloii Itlll.
Tlio airfield turn I appropriation hill
I was then sunt to eonferenoe. tmd tlio
I speakof named Messrs. Wndswortli
(N. V.i. Scott (Kan.I and Lnml> (Vu.)
| aaconf ernes.
When the house met Mr. AVndswortli
reported the bill with the amendment
and Inter moved to suspend the rules,
discharge the committee of the whole
jamijC n. ^ Aiip^umii.
from consideration of tin- Ileverldgc
amendment, to concur in the house
committee's nniondinont mid ask for 11
eonferoiiec with the senate.
Mr. Wadsworth in explaining the
changes made in the substitute for the
original meat inspeetion amendment,
said that tin* changes were mostly in
verbiage and then took them tip sori
atiHii. lie called particular attention
to the elimination of the court review
olnnse anil the date of inspection oil
canned meat laliels. Tile measure is
now believed to lie satisfactory to the
After a brief debate the amendment
an reported by the committee was pass
ed without division.
(Continued from frige 1.1
body. 1 tola ail alike as far as i
Motion Declared Out of Order.
The board then took a recess for
six minutes, after which Commission
er Croweli made a motion to award
the contract for supplies to Moore
Brothers. Commissioner Sturn said
that his motion to rekdvertise for
bids for tho heating work at school
No. 2 was before the house. Presi
dent Walker declared that he had
ruled Mr. Stum's motion out of Or
der, on the ground that proper bids
had been received.
Thanks Fmin San Francisco.
Superintendent Shell presented a
letter of thanks from the superin
tendent of the San Francisco common
schools for the $68.75 sent by the
pupils of the local school9 for the re
Superintendent Shull also reported
that one of the best, if not the best,
technical school in this part of the
country, had admitted the local high
school to the rertifloat.o list, which
means that graduates from the high
srhool of this city may enter Lehigh
University on their certificates, with
out passing entrance examinations.
YOUTH SAYS HE DID ALL
(Continued from Page 1.)
Charles were made this morning
against Bastlan by Walter Dey, of
1). Wolff & Company, and A. Relt
tneyer, of the gas company.
Ball was fixed at $500.
During the past year robberies of
all descriptions have mysfified the
police. Hardly a week passed that
a complaint of the breaking of a gas
meter was not received. Many tele
phone boxes were broken open also.
June 11 D. Wolff & Company had
their telephone broken open and the
money In the box was taken. This
was reported to the police and. inves
tigations were made, but the crimi
nal was not caught.
One duy last week a diamond ring
was stolen from a lady of this city
and complaint was immediately made
against Chris. Bastian, who was sup
posed to have stolen it. On being a,r
resled he denied that he had taken
the ring, but, on being searched, a
piN'n ticket was found in his shoe.
On being confronted with this evi
dence he confessed.
Arch Masons Tonight.
Ambo.v Chapter, Royal Arch Mas
ons, will hold the last convocation
for the summer tonight. Distlnguish
I od guests will be present.
_ The WiWS In every home.
AS IT STANDS
NEW BRUNSWTCK, June 20: ?
The juries were strueck off from the
original panel of ninety-six men yes
terday afternoon ut court by the law
yers and prosecutor in the three ex
cise cases of Joseph Bates, James
Callahan and William H. Manley to
be tried July 11. The indictments
are for keeping a disorderly house.
Tn striking off the names this dis
position was made of the jurors in
the vicinity of Perth Amboy:
In the Bates case?Struck off by
Lawyer Cook for defense: Prank
Fulton and Andrew H. Slover, South
Amboy; by Prosecutor Berdine, Aug
ustus Meinzer, South Amboy; Wood
bridge, Peter N. Rohrbaoh; Mfetuch-J
en, George Carman. Left on the
jury?Joseph Ovick, James E. Noej
and John Hilsdorf, of Perth Amboy; j
Anderson Bergen, Orlando Perrino
and Albangh, of South Amboy; John
Potter, of WSoodbridge.
In the Callahan case?Lawyer
Adraln struck off the names of James
H. Gordon and Harry C. Perrine of
South Antboy, and the prosecutor
struck off the name of Joseph A. Sex
ton, of Perth Amboy. The names
left on the jnrv are as follows: Perth
Amboy, James Scott, Luther Hope,
Harry Solomon, John Anderson: Me
tuchen, Hewitt E. Rogers; Wood
bridge, William Drake, George W.
Ruddy: South Antboy, Gottlob
Strauh, Walter Watts, Joseph Wil
son, Cornelius McGough.
In the Manley case Lawyer Cowen
hoven struck off these names?From
Perth Amboy, Samuel Garretson,
John G. Garretson: from South Am
boy. Christopher Bergen, William H.
Emmons, Fred Ernst. Prosecutor
Berdine struck off the name of A. C.
Parlsen. Those left on the jury are:
Perth Antboy, Hassel Applegate,
Richard White; South Amboy, Chris
topher Straub: Wood bridge, Horace
Drake. John Oberheiser.
LOCAL GRADUATES CAN
ENTER BEST COLLEGES
Graduates holding certificates from
the Perth Amboy high school may
now enter ten or twelve of the best
colleges In this section of the coun
try without passing entrance examj
Inations. The mose recent college to
do so Is Lehigh which has just noti
fied the local authorities of the fact.
Lehigh Is one of the best technical
schools and Its action regarding the
local school is highly complimentary. |
Local high school certificate hold- j
ers may now enter Lehigh, Lafayette, |
New York University, Oberlip, Rut
gers, Swarthmore and North Caro
lina University, as well as such insti
tutions of learning as Stevens and
Pratt and New Jersey Normal.
Harvard will commence next fall
to admit without examinations grad
uates of some high schools, but the
local high school will not be on that
list yet, it is hardly expected.
TO EXPLAIN COURSES
TO PUPILS' PARENTS.
The examinations in the schools
are about at an end and the schools
close tomorrow for the summer vaca
tion which will end Monday, Septem
ber 10. The number of pupils will
be, in all probability, much larger
in September than now, as usual each
year. The addition to school No. 5
and the improvements to school No.
2 will be completed by that date, it
is anticipated, affording increased fa
cilities. The high school department
will occupy two more rooms in the
high school building, according to
expectations. E. H. Kleinhans will
De principal ot me nign scnooi. miss
M. 13. Vanghan, who resigned as
principal several weeks ago, will re-1
main as a member of the faculty. I
The pupils of the eighth grade'
classes in the grammar schools, who
will enter the high school in Septem
ber as freshmen, wore given notices
to take to their parents yesterday
requesting I he paernts to bring t he
children to the high school tonight to
discuss the high school courses.
The pictures shown in the art ex
hibit of drawing and water color
work of the grammar and high
school pupils, in the corridor of the
high school last week, have now
been taken down.
BROKE HIS NECK AS
HE BOARDED A LINER.
HOBQKEN, June 20:?Eugene L.
Viereck, of New Brunswick, who had
intended to sail on the Kaiser Wil
lielm II. yesterday for Cherbourg,
fell down the main stairway in de
scending to his stateroom and broke
his neck. He died instantly. His
son had intended to sail with'him,
but remained behind because of the
Viereck owned a hotel at New
Brunswick. His wife had followed
him and her Ron to Hoboken to bid
them boh voyage. She had gone to
a hotel In Hoboken,' and her son had
to break the news to her there.
OFFICERS LAST NIGHT
The Bartenders Union, last night,
elected John Dletzman as their repre
sentative at the Central Labor Un
ion convention on Labor Day. Lewis
McArdle was nominated for presi
dent, John Cluney for vice president,
John Dletzman for financial secre
tary, and Thomas Burns for record
ing secretary. The meeting was held
in the hall over Thomas Farroat's
cafe in New Brunswick avenue.
Nearly air the membeu were present.
TREPOFF IS '
I ?i?U-'i ? j
Womair Nilihist Attempts to Kill!
Czar's Police Chief-Gained
An Entry As Princess.
ST. PrtRHW'lWl '.tune 20.?Tlio j
most daring "ii<l twua#tk'iuil attempt
ever iuudo upon tfto "life of General
Trepoff, commandant of the palace, is j
attributed to ? woman nihilist who
gained mlmisRlon to the pitTuoo by n
subterfuge ami tried to shoot I) I in.
'J'he woman is beautiful Hud itccom
jilished. Slie was chosen by a circle !
of revolutionists to be the Instrument ;
to remove dehorn 1 TivpofT from the
path that loads to the cssnr. Oenernl |
Trejioff, as coniniiindaiit of tlie palace,
is intrusted with the frisk of guarding
the emperor and is in full command of :
the palace police and secret service
The female nihilist who took the task j
of killiug him posed as the Princess i
Marishklli. By means of forged let- ;
tori anil doennients slie sought to ar- j
range an interview with the czar. In i
order to carry on lief negotiations it ;
was necessary that she should see Gen- ;
Slie waited for him in his office, sur- |
romuled by clerks and guards. As j
General Trepoff entered the woman
arose, drew a revolver and aimed It at
In her haste slie betrayed her object
to n guard who was standing close by
her side. Tills man sprang at her and \
forced the hand holding the revolver
Into the air. in' another moment she
The James Comfort property at
the southeast corner of State and
Payette streets was sold for $8,600
yesterday to Jacob Ph. Goldsmith, of
25 State street, and Joseph Josel
son, of JIM State Btreet. The sale
was effected through the Comegys
Brothers real estate agency.
This property was advertised to
be sold tomoirow at sheriff's sale,
but it was .decided by the court that
such a sale would not realize as
much as Goldsmith and Joselson had
offered for it. Judge Adrian Lyon
represented the Comfort Estate in
A modern building is to be erected
on the corner lot.
The property contains two and
one-half lots, 25 feet on State street
and 100 feet on Fayette street, with
a fifty-foot strip running one hun
dred feet immediately in the rear of
the store on the corner lot and the
adjoining property which faces on
State street: Th'ete is'a frdiile build
ing containing a fruit and vegetable
store now on tho corner and tho strip
in the rear extends along the rear
of the stores of Sing Lee, Aaron
Kaufman and Hgrry l^evinston.
Judge Lyon said today that he had
sold the property, at private sale as
executor of tho Comfort estate.
About fifty members, including the
degree lenm, of Codrt Standard, For
esters of America, left here Inst night
In a special car of the Public Service j
at 7:45 o'clock for New Brunswick,
to initiate a number of candidates in
Court Middlesex in that. city. They
did not arrive there until 9:15
i o'clock. They were met at the car
by a. delegation from the court and
escorted to tehir lodge room. Twenty
six new candidates were initiated.
Refreshments wor? served after the
ceremonies and the members and the
degree team arriving back in this
city again at. 12:50 o'clock.
A number of the grnnd officers of
the state were present to assist on
this occasion. Those present were:
Grand Chief Ranger Michael F. Ryan,
of Bayonne; Grand Chief Secretary
Donnelly, of Jersey City; Grand
Chief Recording Secretary Sonney
ben, of Newark, and Senior Wood
wnrd James J. Flynn, of this city.
A. Salz & Company, the dry goods
merchants of Keyport and this city,
will'observe their forty-second anni
versary June 2.3 with music, a bar
gain feast and general celebration,
including the presentation of souven
irs. The anniversary will be more
notable in Keyport where this firm
has had a large store for years, but
it will be suitably noted also at the
local store, at 104 and 106 Smith
street, of which A. Salz & Company
have had charge for several months,
succeeding Sickles Brothers.
OF,DANISH M. E. CHURCH
The quarterly conference of the
Dnntsh M. E. church was held in the
church at 7:45 o'clock last night.
! Presiding Elder C. S. Wing, of the
, South Brooklyn district, prjwided.
Several matters of importune* were
The pastor, Rev. }!? O. Block, read
a report in which it was shown that
$460 had been turned over to the
societies for benevolent purposes, of
I which $200 went to the missionary
society and the balance- to the hos
pltal here and Brooklyn. V
Perth Amboy Trust Co.
v . ? * i
UNUUE SAM S ADVICE
is to celebrate July 4th by acquiring personal
Kreedum rt.ud Independence by saving money.
Moie racney is wasted by slipping through t he
head than tlif'ough the hnzera, aw it is what you
save tint, counts, n t what yon earn or what you
spen-i. 0p*n ah aocvuut in the Perth Amboy
Trust Co , which oflferk exceptional facilities to
every one. Pay 8 per cent, interest. Make
your dollars work for vou.
PKUTH AMdOY TRUST COMPANY
In a legal depository for the funds of the State
of NewjJersey, the County of Middlesex and is
also a tlei onitory for tne municipal funds of
the City of P?rth Ainhov.
With a deposit of $1 UO you oair start an ac
count at the
PERTH AMBQY TRUST CO.
of the People of Perth Amboy is: ?
"That there is no Peer quite as good as
the Peer I bottle."
JUSr NOTE MY PRICKS:
Pilsner Beer at 1.00 Pabst Beer at 1.20
Schlitz Beer at 1.40
I continue to give a premium check
free with each ijase. Send for list of
Hygiene Steam Bottling Works
254-6 New Brunswick Ave. Phone 163-R
(ireat Western Bottling W'ks
Manufacturer of all kinds of Beverages.
HANS LEHMAN, PROP.
;I4H STATE ST.
Agent for Lerabeck & Betz American Club
Hot tied Beer.
Boarding, Livery, Sale & Exch'ge Stables
Horses and Rigs to hire at all hours.
Coaches for all occasions.
93-95 New Bruns. av Perth Amboy
Statilp 'l'hone 80-L. Residence 'Phone 14G-W.
1 11 , i J LL]!1L'J!!L-I /
PAPERING $3.00 a room including
nice paper. PAINTING S2.00
Shop -121 Fayette st.
Residence?185 Fayette st.
' CASH GROCERY
Choice Family Groceries, Provisions
etc. Fresh stock constantly received.
Cor. Prospect and Smith Sts.
KMII, ItOHNSAt X. Prop
i 152-154 Smith Street
S. S. VANWICKLE
City and County.
431 STATE ST.. Tel. 249 L I
Anderson's Local Express
Genera! Trucking and Baggage Transfer
Prempt Service Guaranteed
Oiders received at Sexton's and Wash
ington's Hose House. Tel. 54-vr
Light-line, oinvslope, oHC-|?ositi<tn.
Complete course in sixty lessons.
Monday, Wednesday, Friday even
i Ings. First lesson free.
M. E. Rutherford, 172 High street,
! Pflrth Amhnv Tfllonhnno D1 3.T,
WINDOW SCREENS, ' <
CHICKEN WIRE, Etc.
355 STATE ST. TEL. 222-L 2
! ?_ ? I
Residence, 176 BRIGHTON AVE.
Stable, 155 BRIGHTON AVE
1 All kinds of heavy trucking, I trniture and
1 put UN moving promptly attended to.
I TELEPHONE C3NNKCTIPNS.
M. S. Meinzer, M. D.
Successor to Dr. Howell. >
294 Madison ave. I'erth Amboy,NJi
OfFICE HOURS:j. l .so * 'it.'un V "" 1
I o.:m t ) K.IK) !?: yi! 1
I A Specialty lii Rubb.tr Tiring.
OA dt Its UlvlHloi. St. Perth Ai.iboy, i J
t .t; >
1F1VE CHLORIDES A FERFECT DISINFECTANT.
Quart Bottle Only 25t
"W-. . , 'L,
IIBARNEKOV & PETZ Drugstore
II 335 STATE_STREE:T