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Of Course
You Are Going to Decorate Your Home
On the Glorious Fourth
No Better Way to Show Your Pa
triotism Than by Displaying- a
Flag or Flags Upon Your Homo
We are splendidly ready with a large assortment
of Bunting and Flags of every size and at prices which
will permit every householder to do his or her part in
making Perth Amboy a decorated city on the Glorious
Fourth. A few prices we mention below;
A Combination Offer
A 75c Outfit for 59c
consisting of one flag 2^x4
feet, colors guaranteed fast
to sun and rain, double
stitched throughout; one pole
6 feet long, and halyards.
A Combination Offer
A $1.00 Outfit for 75c
consisting of one flag 4x6
feet, with sewed stripes and
printed unions, fast colors,
and one pole 8 feet long,
with halyards.
A Combination Offer
A $1.25 Outfit for 98c
consisting of one flag 4x6, guaranteed fast colois, double hem,
stars sewed on both sides, canvas heading and strong grommets;
one highly polished pole 8 feet long, with halyards.
See This 75c Outfit
For 49c
consisting of one flag 3x5 feet, with sewed stripes—that is, fast
colors—and one highly polished pole 7 feet long with large gilded
pear. -
See our line of smaller Flags at 5c and 10c
Also Bunting by the yard at 5c and 6c
REYNOLDS BROTHERS
PERTH AMBOY, N. J.
CRANK NEER
STATIONERY AND
T
TYPEWRITER SUPPLIES.
■Notary Public and Commissioner ol
Deeds.
TEL, 90 w. 100 SMITH ST
publication of ft apncial vftlu#
to mil those lntoreftt«d in Engineer
ing. Electrical and Scientific
Questions. Published Monthly.
BUSINESS OFFICE:
Evening Uerws Building, £84 State St
For Sale Also by
MOOBE BROS, and FRANK NEEB
50 Cents a Yeai
Carpenters
Attention!
We have just had an
other large shipment of
P. S. & W. Co's
Guaranteed
Expansive Bitts
We sell them for
The Perth Amboy
Hardware Co.
BUILDERS AT
WORKON SOME
BIO CONTRACTS
Building work continues fairly
brisk and prospects seem good for
the future In the building line. A
few contractors are working on big
Jobs and most of them are busy
with smaller work. The George W.
Mercer Construction Company,
which has the largest contract of any
in the city at the present time, are
working with large forces on the
Job, which is at the Roessler & Hass
Iacher Chemical Works. Excavating
is going on at a rapid rate and by
the latter part of njxt week brick
for the first building will be laid.
Morris J. Gluck has done consid
erable work in the surveying line of
late that tends to improve the bor
ough of Metuchen. He has surveyed
a twenty-acre tract for the Metuchen
Realty Company. This will be cut
up and improved for residential pur
poses. He has surveyed a' lot for
John Hermann, In Metuchen, on
which a two-story frame residence
will be constructed. Also a lot own
ed by William Lund at Fords. Wil
liam Dunham has the contract for
erecting a two-story frame building
for Mr. Lund.
The excavating for J. K, Jensen's
new residential buildings in Rector
street has practically been completed
and the first bricks will be laid on
Tuesday. Mr. Jensen is daily mak
ing detail plans for the many elab
orate fixtures to grace the interior
of these buildings. They are to be
some of the finest in the county.
Excavation for D. Wolff's new
building at Madison avenue and
Smith street has practically been
completed by Contractors Graham &
McKeon. Architect Rosensohn, of
Newark, who is in charge of the
work, had expected to award the
mason contract this week, but nego
tiations will in all probability go
over until next week. "*■*
Carl C. Christensen, who has the
contract for laying a new block pave
ment in the rear of the new Boynton
market building, from State street
eastward, expects to commence the
work Tuesday. He took measure
ments yesterday.
If you are not a good advertiser
you have "missed your vocation"—
no matter what your vocation Is.
JIM JEFFRIES' RECORD.
1M
Rounds.
July 2—K. O. Dan Long, San Francisco.. 2
1387.
April K. O. T. Van Buskirk, 0an Fran
cisco ?
May 18—K. O. Henry Baker, San Fran -
cisco K^m,
N°v- »>n Francis- ^
1898.
Feb. 28—"W. Joe Ooddard, Los Angeles. 4
March 22-W. Peter Jackson, San Fran- j
cisco *1
April 22-W. Pete Everett. San Francis
-May (i—wl Tom Bharicey, San Francis
co .» 20
Aug. 5—■W. Bob Armstrong, New York.. 1<S{
1*99.
June 9—K. O. Bob lltzsimmons, Coney
Island 11
Nov. 8—W. Tom Sharkey, Goney Island. 26<
1900. i
. April 6—K. O. Jack Finnegan, Detroit., h
May 1—K. O. Jim Corbett, Coney Island 23
1901.
flept. 17—W. Hank Griffin, Los Angeles. 4
Sept. 24— K. O. Joe Kennedy, Oakland.. 2)
Nov. 15—W. Gus Ruhlln, San Francisco 5i
1902
July 25—K. O. Bob FiUslmmons, San
Francisco &
•Dec. 10—L. Jack Munroe, Butte #
1608.
Aug. 14—II. O. Jim Corbett, San Fran
cisco 10
1904. '
Aug. 26—K. O. Jack Munroe, San Fran
cisco 2
•Exhibition. Jeff failed to stop Munroe j
In four rounds.
PERTH AMBOY WINDOW GLEANING GO
372 STATE BT.
We dean everything from uoor to
celling. No spots on glass when we are
through. We can make It easy for you
this spring.
(All work done by mes.)
pjou
THEATRE
PERTH AM BOY
BIJOU CIRCUIT CO. - Managers
ONLY FOR THE SUMMER
MOTION
PICTURES
(Changed Daily)
AND
Illustrated
Songs
Matinees—Salurdays and Holidays
at 3.00 o'clock.
Evanings — Continuous from 7:30
to 10.30.
|Aii Seats 5c|
rric Theatre
t'ATINEES FROM 3 TO 5 P. IK.
Evening* from 7 io 10.30
Moving Pictures
Illustrated Songs
ADMISSION 5c
REAL ESTATE.
The following real estate trans
fers have been recorded: Paul
Schultz to Martin Ryroarczyk. lot 14,
block 21 i, Buckingham' avenue,"
through Massopust brothers,
Stanford Heights Land Company
to Jens Sorensen, lot 16, block 108,
Mattano place; through P. A. Peter
son.
Koyen & Ostergaard to John Tulig, I
lots 18, 14, block 324E; Keene J
street.
Margaretta Kunath to Peter Stare
go, lot 8, block 217, Parker street;
through Massopust brothers.
Stephen Rowanecy to John and |
Stephen Pribula, lots 11 and 12,
block 324D, Keene street; through I
8. F. Somogyi.
P. A. Trust Company to Peter
Larsen, lot 25, block 161, Sherman
street; through C. C. Hommann.
Joseph and Emily Buckhall to
Joseph and Anna Kublnak, lot 4 6
and 47, block 313B, Carson avenue;
through Leo Goldberger.
Andrew and Sarah Peterson to
Peter and Pauline Christiansen, lot
81 and 82, block 313D, Carson ave
nue; through N. A. Netlsen.
David and Rosa Epstein to Jacob
and Elizabeth Damitz, lots 9 and 10,
block 270, Elizabeth street; through
Massopust brothers.
BASEBALL
Results of Games Played In National
and American Leagues.
NATIONAL HEAGUE.
At New York—New York, 5; Brook
lyn, 4. Batteries—Wiltse and Meyer*;
Scanlon and Bergen.
At Boston—Philadelphia, 6; Boston,
2. Batteries—Moren and Dooln;
Brown, Graham and Rarldon.
Second Game—Philadelphia 0; Bos
ton, 5. Batteries—Shettler, McQuillan,
Maroney, Ewlng and Moran; M a Item,
Frock and Graham.
At St Louis—Chicago, 2; St. Louis,
0. Batteries—Brown, Archer and
Kling; Harmon and Bresnahan.
At Pittsburg—Cincinnati, 4; Pitts
burg, 1. Batteries—Suggs and McLean;
Camnltz, Maddox and Gibson.
STANDING OF THE CLUBS.
W. L. P.O.
Chicago 89 21 .650
New York 87 22 .627
Pittsburg 31 27 .634
Cluclunatl 81 30 .508
Philadelphia 29 31 .488
St. Louis 29 36 .453
Brooklyn 26 84 .424
Boston 22 43 .338
AMERICAN LEAGDE.
At Philadelphia — Philadelphia, 2;
New York, 0. Batteries—Coombs and
Lapp; Ford and Sweeney.
Second Game—Philadelphia, 4; New
York, 8. Batteries—Bendes, Plank and
Dcnohue; Manning, Qulun and Mitch
ell. '
~-^A£-€i0T-ek3a=eteVcTah<l, 8; Detroit,
8. Batteries—Falkenberg and Easterly;
Strand, Wllletts and Stanage.
At Washington—Washington, 2; Bos
ton, 1. Batteries—Johnson and Street;
Arellanes, Smith and Klelnow.
At Chicago—St. Louis, 2; Chicago, 0.
Batteries—Pelty and Kllllfer; Walsh
and Sullivan.
STANDING OF THE CLUBS.
W. L. P.C.
Philadelphia 40 21 .666
New York 86 23 .610
Detroit 38 28 .676
Boston 32 28 .533
Cleveland 26 29 .473
Chicago 26 33 .441
Washington 25 38 .897
St. Louis 18 41 .305
More than 20,000 peopie in tins
vicinity read the EVENING NEWS.
A $100 Typewriter
for 17 Cents a Day!
Please read the headline over again.
Then its tremendous significance will
dawn upon you.
An Oliver Typewriter—the standard
visible writer—the $100 machine—the
most highly perfected typewriter on
the market—yours for 17 cental a day!
The typewriter whose conquest of the
commercial world is a matter of busi
ness history—yours for IT oe»t« a day!
The typewriter that is equipped with
scores of such conveniences as "The
Balance Shift"—"The Ruling Device"—
"The Double Release"—"The Locomo
tive Base"—"The Automatic Spacer"—
"The Automatic Tabulator"—"The Dis
appearing Indiea
YOURS FOR 17
CENTS A DAY!
We announced
this new sales
plan recently, Just
to feel the pulse
tor" — "The Ad
justable Paper
Fingers" — "The
Scientific C o n -
densed Keyboard"
—all
or tne people, sup
ply a small cash payment—then 17 cents
a day. That Is the plan In a nutshell.
, The result has been such a deluge of
I applications for machines that we are
j simply astounded.
The demand comes from people of all
classes, ail ages, all occupations.
The majority of Inquiries has come
from people of known financial stand
ing who were attracted by the novelty
of the proposition. An impressive
demonstration of the immense popu
larity of the Oliver Typewriter.
A startling confirmation of our belief
that the Era of Universal Typewriting
is at hand.
A Quarter of a Million People
are Making Money with
-OLIVER
TypcWrH&r
The Standard Visible Writer
The Oliver Typewriter Is a money
maker, right from the word M*o!" So
easy to run that beginner* soon get in
the "expert" class. Earn as you learn.
Let the machine pay the 17 cent* a day
—and all above that Is your*.
Wherever you are, there's work to be
done and money to be made by using
the Oliver. The bustnese world is call
ing for Oliver operators. There are
not enough to supply the demand.
Their salaries are considerably above
those of many classes o! workers.
"AS OHVRR TVPgWDITKH IN
EVERY HOMR!"
That Is our battle cry today. We have
made the Oliver supreme In Hsefutaea*
and absolutely ladleprnuible In bosl
n*»«. New comes the conquest of the
home.
The simplicity and strength of the
Oliver it ft for fstmlly use. It Is be
coming an Important factor In the
home training of young people. An
educator as well as a money maker
Our new selling plan puts the Oliver
on the threshold of every home In
America. Will you close the door of
your home or office on this remarkable
Oliver opportunityt
Write for further details of our easy
offer and a free copy of the new Oliver
catalog. Address.
The OLIVER TYPEWRITER Co.
310 Broadway - Hew Yark City, N. Y.
ANTON JENSEN, Local Agent
336 STATE STREET.
ANOTHER DULL
WEEK IN REAL
ESTATE LINE
Local real estate dealers report
that the realty market during the
past week has been exceptionally
dull. Beyond a few small house
and-lot transfers, the market has
been practically at a standstill. Pros
pects for the coming week, however,
are bright, they say.
Like the rise and fall in other
pursuits, the real estate business al
ternately becomes brisk and slack.
For the past few weeks property
sales and transactions have been
comparatively few. Several large
deals are on hand, however, and the
realty men expect to be kept on the
go.
Ward B. Snyder, during the past
week, sold to Harry Segal a lot on
Amboy avenue upon which the latter
will establish an up-to-date clothing
store. The sale was effected through
the Adolph Neilsen agency.
Joseph Sisko has purchased from
Edward Nelson a house and lot at
630 Brace avenue, and Peter Larson
bought a brick and terra cotta resi
dence on Sheridan street. Less than
a dozen transfers were recorded at
the office of the collector of revenue.
Pracociou* Youth.
Mother—What's baby crying about,
Jane?
Nurse—I don't know, ma'nm, unless
it was what the parlor maid said. She
remarked that Willie looked like his
pa, and I'm afraid Willie heard her.—
Exchange.
NOTICE.
Sealed bids wjrll be received and open
ed by the Borough Couneil of the Bor
ough of Roosevelt at a meeting to be
held at Borough Hall, Roosevelt, New
Jersey, on Teusday evening, July 5th,
1910, at 8 o'clock p. m. for the erection
of a new lire house in the Borough of
Roosevelt, N. J., according to plans and
specifications prepared by "William H.
Boylan, architect, which plans and
specifications can be seen at the office of
said architect, National Bank building,
New Brunswick, New Jersey, or at the
office of Walter V. Quin, Borough Clerk,
Roosevelt, N. J.
Bidders will make two bids, one for
the whole work complete and one for
the whole work less the heating plant.
Each bidder must furnish with his bid
a certified check on a National Bank or
Trust Company payable to Charles A.
Brady, Borough Collector without any
conditional endorsement whatever.
Copies of the plans and specifications
may be taken by prospective bidders
upon depositing with the architect oi
clerk the sum of Ten Dollars to be re
turned to such bidder if tho plans and
specifications are returned within one
week from the date of their receipt
otherwise said sum to be forfeited to
the Borough. All work must be com
pleted by September 1st, 191(1. The
Council reserves the right to reject any
or all bids.
June 21, 1910.
JOSEPH A. HERMANN,
Mayor.
Borough Clerk."
12781—6-24-10t ■
$28.11. - '
Before Building
Investigate
CEMENT BLOCKS
THE FIRST COST IS ABOUT THK
SAME AS WOOD.
Last four times as long. Do
cot require painting. Make
a much better looking
house.
CEMENT BLOCKS properly made
absorb les3 moisture than wood. Ws
make them properly.
Houses built of CEMENT BLOCKS
are cooler in summer and warmer
In winter.
Drop us a card and let us tell you
(.bout them and refer you to people
who have used them.
Perth Amboy Cement
Stoneft Roofing Tiie Oo
Works—Glllord and Chapman Are.
Address—Cor. State & Paterson Sta. 1
SCHEUER'S
50th Anniversary
SALE NOW GOING ON
Wonderful Bargains
IN PI1RE FOODS
New Potatoes
and
COCOA
Large 22c cans Famous
Gold Medal Cocoa, can . 19 C
SUGAR
BEST GRANULATED
Limited 10 lbs to a cus
tomer, with other gro
cerles; lb If 4#
Elgin Butter
Finest in the World, else
where 40c; lb . . . v vIp
peck
Fine Lemons
Thin Skinned and Juicy 09c
Dozen .
S. SCHEUER & SONS
118-120 Smith St., Cor. N. B. Ave.
WEST END PHARMACY
J. KULINBEEQEB, Proprietor.
Prescription* Carefully Filled at lod
erate Prices.
JOHN E. ELMENDORF
Attorney and Connselor-at-Law
Speclaltla?—Collections, Real Estate
Titles, Chancery.
Member New York. State Bar
71 Albany St.. New Brunswick, N. 3.
GUTH ELECTRICAL CO.
Contractors.
Electrical Fixture*. House Wiring,
Bell Wiring, Annunciator*,
Motors and Switchboard Work and Lin*
Construction.
All Work Promptly Attended to
{68 Division St. Perth Amboy, N. 3.
Tel. 41-W
Papering $3 a Room
Including a sice paper.
RENAUQ & DAVIS
181A and 181 New Brunswick Aro,
Perth Amboy, N. J. 'Phone 30-L.
BOYNTON BEACH
Something Doing Every Day.
MONDAY—Rifle Shooting Match at the Beach Gallery; East vs.
West
TUESDAY—Afternoon Dance; Evening Hop.
WEDNESDAY—Dancing in the afternoon
THURSDAY—South Amboy Sunday School. Children's Day.
Free tickets at 2 P. M.
FRIDAY—Washington Heights, N. Y., Sunday School.
SATURDAY—Dancing Afternoon and Evening.
SUNDAY—Concert by the Beach Orchestra, 2 to 5.30 P. M.
■-S- PROCTOR'S -a
Theatre telephone 240 Shows
Cooled by Summer Gardens and Numerous Electric Fans
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday July 4th, 5th, 6th
The Morton - Jewell Troupe
—IN—
"An Event in Clubdom"
GEINE RVAN
In Comedy Songs
Jack Davis and Cora Merrill
Unique Entertainers
lAI IIC rHFVAIIFR AMD fH
LV/UIJ UlLfnuLii nnu w.
"A Lucky Liar"
CAST:—Gladys Jennings Miss Myrtle Leavi'.t
Mrs. Jack Mason Miss Mabel rost
Jack Mason ■ Mr. Chevalier
Time—Some time. Place—Some place.
IT J| EVERY i Ar PRICES: EVERY <t A/>
Z)C AFTERNOON I Box Seats 25c EVENING I
Change of Motion Pictures EvenNPay. Change.-of Vaudeville Mouday and Thursday

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