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Perth Amboy evening news. [volume] (Perth Amboy, N.J.) 1903-1959, February 08, 1907, LAST EDITION, Image 8

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Keep Tour Head Cool j
And Your Feet Warm
With a Pair Of jj
ARCTICS
1,2 or 4 |
Buckles
Of Goo 11 year Make ft
—.-1
4 Jos. Brack!
V Shoes for People
oF Good Taste.
132 Smith Street. f
C- ’specTal
Low Prices
In a full line of Watches. Dia.ni tads and
jewelry, at the lowest city prices. Ai’
goods guaranteed as repre rente.!.
/I- 99 Smith St.
THAT NEXT NEW GOWN may bo,
the nicest, most chic, most, becomingi
one you have ever owned—if you de
vote a little time, to reading Iho store
ads. before you decide upon the inti-'
terials to be used.
B. Goldman’s Sept. Store
EVERYBODY t\;ho reads should profit
thereby, because every one of
these items is a sterling value.
rrr.:.T-. , ,v.. ..—":r ._=
Men’s Blue Flannel Shirts, regularly sold at 2.48, cow,
Clearing Price at . 1.09
Men's Wool Sweaters, worth 1.98, Below Cost at .1. IO
Men’s ‘‘Storm King” Boots, rolled edge, the b;st Boston
make, worth 4.25, Clearance Price at .3.49
Men's Short Boots “Old Colony’’ at .2.79
Boys’ Sweaters, at.3Uc, 09c, 79c and 1.09
233 Smith st., cor. Oak
Tel. 334-W.
Barney & Berry’s
Famous
Ice Skates
, .
50c per pair
Now is your chance
Hockey! Hockey!
Rockers! Rockers!
Get a Pair.
Wm. H.
McCormick 1
I & Son. I
| 82 Smith Street flj
Good Things to Eat
Pure and Glean
We guarantee the purity of
everything we sell and always
have done so. It is no new
thing With us and requires no
special exploitation at this
time. Prices, too, are lowest
—and always have been.
SPECIALS
Prep. Buckwheat, 3 pkgs 25c
Mother’s Oats, 3 pkgs... 25c
Sugar Corn, 31 ms.25c
Pure Syrup, quart...... 10c
I Heinz Dll! Pickles, hot 12c
Store closes 7 p. m. every evening
except Saturday.
M. J. Olsen
Cash Grocer
245 Ne Brunswick Avenue
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! GKMBNBAUM'S CHKKNBA TIM'S CREEXBADl'S GKEENBAVM’S
iCREEHlUM’S1!
^ Perth A»nbov’s Ifo i‘B ai ji j>u t re _ '
I Hid-Winter j
I Clearance Sale \
2 ---- a
| Begins Saturday, February 9th, and |
| will continue for the next Ten Days. *
C5
ij All Heavy-Weight Ready-to-Wear Garments
;; such as Men’s, Boys’ and Children’s Cloth
ing: Women’s and Misses’ Coats, Suits and
Waists: Wool and Fleece Lined Underwear,
u for Women, Men and Children; Furs, Mufl’s, a
jjj! Fur Sets, Blankets, Comfortables, Sweaters,
jKnit Jackets, Ollice Coats, Rubber and Felt ®
Boots, Heavy Soled Shoes, Bearskin Caps, >■
k Toques and Tams—in fact, Winter Goods ij
105 . \ OB,
;r" of Every Description at , s
I At Mid-Winter Clearance Prices I
100 * j
'•& That will combine to make the next 10 days >
'3 , H |
of extraordinary interest. Special values of ~
unprecendented magnitude. Money Savings j
- of irresistible import.. §
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I -*-- 2
| 30 Green Stamps Free
x With a purchase of 1.00 I In
| I Saturday ami Monday gjj
w I ^ ft-Ild 11* I CP j
% —- I
I 400-402 State Street. ||
r; Mail and Telephone Orders promptly attended to.
s.wavoKSaHO ^ s.Kiivaxaauo s.ivuvjiuuuuo s.KiivfiNaaHO *1
. — i
Eve?d»»«r News WANT ADS. Bring- Results
njSTON STORE
WM. Ml H130CH
72 Smith Street ■ Perth Amboy, N. J.
FURS!
FURS!!
I a
at/
I
Their Former Price
The entire
stock of high
»
class
Furs
<
at just HAJUF
their former
value.
.. —-===
lint get your Pressing and ( le»ui g clou e at
s . G U S S 0 W , 112 Smith si.
The worth of n thing Is hest known
by the want of It;” and thus many a
want ad. owes its origin to some
“hard knock” we may have received
In daily life.
LIDDLE & PFEIFFER
Horses, Carriages and Coaches to
Hire at ail Hours for Funer
als, Weddings, etc.
BOARDING BY THE DAY, WEEK
OR MONTH.
Teams to Fire for Carting & Tracking
'.Telephone 30-R. 800-L,
7, 9 II N. B. Ayb. Near Smith St.
/ _____
This newspaper will ne a dull one
on the day—It that ever happens1—
when the ads. In its columns con
tains no genuine bargain-offers. IT
WILL NEVER BE A DULL PAPER
WHEN THEY DO!
'M -/ • y: « .y ; ■” . '■' ■ "' 'if "-C * ' ~ . • ! . |; .. • jf:i
Alterations To Our Building Necessitate an Absolute Clearance Of
TT7 K have just given out the contract for important changes in
» » our s*r.re arrangements and soon the carpenters and paint'
ers will want tir ■ room now occupied. We want to dear Out a lot
of Furnini'O betore that time and to do so quickly we have done
some tremendous price-cutting. Cost and value have been en iiety
disregards I. in our desire to have more room.
There is no belter time to buy carpets than NOW. In the face of an
auvaucing market we are quoting lower prices than ever before. This is
NOT a sale of Remnants, but all are in full rolls and very desirable patterns
1.00 Brussels Carpets, now 50c yd
Sanford's double extra quality, in several excellent designs, this is an
exceptional bargain cheap enough to store away if you do not need a
carpet now.
65c Ingrain Carpets now 34c yd.
Extra heavy quality in excellent Brussels designs, one yard wide and
perfectly reversible.
45c Granite Ingrain Carp its now 24c yd.
Thesc^aVpGts ,arc especially made for Bedroom use, wear very good
and are in Brussels designs.
Splendid Kinds at
the Lowest Prices
Ever Quoted.
20.00 Brussels Rugs at '4.50
i
These Rugs are of excellent quality in Oriental or Floral effect, no
better bai>;aiii has ever been offered.
35.00 Wilton Fugs at 26 50
Extraiieavy quality, in exceptionally large assortment of high class
Oriental designs, 9x12 feet.
!5 00 Kensington Art Rugs at 8-98
The n ost durabie rug m de—stri.tlyhigh class designs, perfectly reversible,
hence giving double wear, 9x12 feet.
7.50 Ingrain Rugs at 4 98
Very heavy quality in a number of pretty designs. These aye reversi
ble. so both sides can lie used.
85c Printed Linoleum at 59c yd
Wilds American Einoleuni lmade afLinoleuraville, Staten Island) in a
■ number of excellent designs. The quality is unsurpassed.
•» Toiianviiiej
GRAND RAPIDS FURNITURE
eon a?
A DIFFERENT KIND OF CREDIT STORE
OAK SIDE BOARD AND BUFFETS
No Dining Room is complete without a Sideboard or Buffet. Our entire
line is marked so low that it is inducement enough for you to buy one NOW
75.00 Side Board, now 45. OO
Think of it. A cleau saving of 30.00,
on a piece of Furniture. This Sideboard
is finished in golden quartered oak, the
base is (10 inches loug, has 2 top and 1
laigo linen drawer and large cabinet.
The top is handsomely carved, is very
massive and has a large French bevel
mirror.
30.00 Sideboard now 10.50
25.00 “ 1(1.50
20.00 •• 12.50
12 Oak Buffets at a saving of from
5.00 to 10.00
(15.00 quartered oak Buffet now 40.50
50.00 “ . 32 50
35.00 . 24.50
_ 25.00 ..'■ 14.50
Dining Room Chairs
We have 150 to sell at the ridiculously
low price of 84c.
These Chairs are solid oak, have a hand'
somely carved back, shaped seat with 8
strethers front and side. They are extra
highly polished and are built to last.
The regular price is 1.50
while they last, onlv
84c
each
Bureaus never were so cheap
We are not offering one or two styles, but our entire line
showing over 40 patterns is reduced to absolutely the
lowest prices ever quoted. A comparison with those of
fered as so called bargains is bound to -result in a sale
with us.
40 00 Dressers, very special at 29-50
35 00 “ “ 24.50
30.00 “ “ •* 19.98
24.00 “ “ “ 16.98
22.00 “ “ “ 13-98
18.00 “ - “ 11.98
15.00 “ “ “ 9.98
12 00 _7.49
Round Extension Tables $11.98
rest, price is 10.50,
Made of selected
quartered oak,high
ly polished and
beautifully carved
claw feet. It is
guaranteed towork
smooth and fit per
fect. The centre
pedestal is very
heavy and has a
fluted effect, Ex
tend 0 foot. The
top is 42 in. in dia- >
meter and the table
stands absolutely
rigid when openect !
. 1 ‘ . 1
Parlor Suites, worth $50 at 34.50
These Parlor Suites are‘extra well upholstered and covered in Verona
Velour or French Tapestry. The frames are specially high polished aijd
strongly built. The Suite includes 1 Sofa, 2 large Comfortable Arm Chairs
and 2 Side Chairs. These have actually been sold for *50.00 and lutve*
been sptcially reduced for this'sale to the really low price of
I__ 834.50_i
COME prepared for the biggest bargains ever offered. All com- ■
petition will stand aghast at the daring price reductions we j|
have made. NO CASH DEPOSIT REQUIRED during this sale on jgj
anyone of the advertised articles and you rifled not pay any more §jj
weekly or monthly than you can conveniently afford, We have fur
Dished thousands of homes through our convenient credit plan and I
we want to furnish yours.
H
I
.
The Beds offered at this sale are the best quality made. They have
seamless tubings aud contiuuous posts, some arc plain, others in fancy
scroll designs. They are finished with the genuiue French laqner aud are
warranted not to tarnish.
Res. 75.00 Brass Beds now 37.50
Reg. 65.00 Brass Beds now 32.50
Reg. 47.50 Brass Beds now 23.75
_Bee. 40.00 Brass Beds now 20.00 1
Chiffoniers at a Great Sacrifice! I
Included in this sale are the newest and
best styles in Quartered Oak, Birds Eye, I
Maple and Mahogany; all have French Bevel (|
Mirror. The construction in each case is the jS
best, and the finish will bear the closest
inspection. Prices are lowered beyond
competition. ; l I
I
$40 Chiffonier now 29.50
$35 “ “ . 24.50
$30 “ “ . 21.50 S
$24 “ " . 16.50
$20 M “ . 14.50'
$18 “ “ . i 1.50 »
j $15 “ " . 9,50

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