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Including a nice paper.
RENAUD & DAVIS
18IA find 181 New Brunswick At«l,
Perth Ajnboj, N. J. "Phone 30L.
Thoy say that Arkansas Is awak
ening. That's absolutely trae. And
it's high tlfte.
Looking around over the state It's
a bit* hard to believe that Arkansas
is a century old. If one wished to
D.on't Sink Money
by purchasing cheap paints and onp, simply because their initial
coat is slightly less than the good Kind.
Devoe'a Paint costs only what a good dependable article should,
yet, goes farthest, wears longest, and costs no more for the labor in
applying, hence is the most economical to use. Why not try it?
The J. J. HOCKENJOS CO., 829 Broad St., Newark
be merely complimentary, ho Bright
siyr of her that shq ^ears her age re
markably well. If he wished to be
<yltlcal, he might say that she has
dawdled along Inexcusably In her
growth and development.
After a hundred years of life, any
state, lying, right In the heart of
things, Inconceivably rich In all nat
ural resources, with farming lands
equal to any demajid that may be
made upon them, otfght to have "got
somewhere." ^ Arkansas hasn't.
Compare her development with that
of any neighbor state, and she's
miles and miles behind.
What's the trouble? How does it
| happen that Oklahoma, for Instance,
I In nkr callow youth, lying right
j neit door, has won recognition In
a decade, while Arkansas, with as
much or more to offer In Opportuni
ties, has lagged and drowsed for ten
times that span?
There's Just one possible answer.
I don't know the motto of the
state of Arkansas; but it migtat be
this: "We don't advertise." That
expresses exactly the spirit of the
state In the last hundred years.
This long time, the rest of the
Southwest has been quick with new'
life. Ai-kansas has slept. This
long time, the rest of the Southwest
has held the center of the stage in
immigration affairs. Arkansas has
stood In the wings, a mere "supee."
This long time, the rest of the
Southwest has been working out Its
destiny In sweat and blood. Arkan
sas has loafed and whittled.—Wil
liam R. 'Dlghton, In- "Arkansas' New
Word 'Advertise,,' " In the National
Magazine for September.
NEVER HAD PAJAMAS.
The Congressional campaign has
revived a lot of old stories told by
Colonel A. K. McClure, the veteran
newspaper man. One which he of
ten tells relates to the tlo>e of the I
Spanish-American war. Trie ladles'
of Conshohocken were engaged In •
making a supply of pajamas for the
soldlerg of a favorite regiment. That
type of sleeping garment was new
In those days, and the relatives of
the soldiers were determined that
every marf*ln the regiment should
Irave the "most stylish thing obtain- j
able In a robe de nult," as the
young lady from a Washington
boarding school said.
"My boys have .always worn
shirts," said an old lady, busily
stitching on the modern garments.
"I hope they'll know what to do
with these." \
The parcel was duly sent to Cuba,
but no word reached the ladles from
the supposedly grateful wearers of
the "robes de nult." They waited
a month and thea wired Colonel A.
K. McClure, who hailed from Con
"Anjrtous to know if you got the
pajamas last month." '
The Colonel read the telegram
and marveled. "He was a whole
souled citizen, but wore nothing
newer than a nightshirt when he
slumbered. He would nip a Blander
in the bud; his wire read:
"Story Is a lie out o£ whole cloth,
probably fabricated by enemies to
ruin me politically. Admit am not i
total abstainer, but never had pa- [
jagiaa 1 ast month or any other I
time."—Joe Mitchell Chappie, fn 1
"Affairs at Washington," In the Na
tional Magazine for September.
Any afTalr, or fcappening, or cir
cumstance which Is too small to
make a want ad. worth while as an
adjusting force la too small to worry
An anchor to windward—an ad. fn
the EVENING NEWS
i 673 BROAD STREET
Over Childs' Restaurant
NtWAHK. N. J.
Only specialist In America who gfuar
mtees every case he takes. He also
guarantees to cure by mall with hl§
Ml Male and Female Diseases
I cure all forms of Nervous Debility,
Diseases of the Heart, Kidneys, Stom
ach, Liver and Bladder, Blood and Skin,
Chronlo Bronchitis, Asthma, Consump
tion and ALL FEMALE DISEASES, no
matter what the cause. Strict confi
dence will be observed.
If you cannot call, write to me.
Office Hours; 2 to 4 p. m. and 6 to 8
m. Office closed Wednesdays and Sun
Closed Friday, 9aturday and Sun
day during July and August.
T O D A V
Friday, August 12th
READY FOR BUSINESS
A BEAUTIFUL SOUVENIR TO ALL ADULT PURCHASERS
| The ideal sanitary conditions that prevail in this market, and the most modern fixtures, will be of interest to every visitor.
! There Ure numerous other interesting features about this market which can be best appreciated by a personal visit to this es
tablishment. The merchants who conduct The Perth Ambwy City Market are men»of known reliability and integrity. Their names are.
known to every citizen of this county. 1
Everything that a market would be expected to carry will be found in ample variety in The Perth Amboy City Market. It is
the purpose of the proprietors of this establishment to maintain a fixed standard of quality for their merchandise. Everything sold here
will comply with the Pure Food Law. Every article is guaranteed to be new and fresh. All weights and measures will be honest. We
have every facility for handling your orders with quick dispatch. The public needs the goods. We recognize this, and are ready to servo
them. Our merchandise is selected to satisfy the need for PURE FOODS, and their popularity attests their and our success. A well-known
formula—"A widespread nee"d, PLUS an article to meet that need, PLUS consistent advertising, equals SUCCESS."
This department Is con
I ducted by Phillip Borak, a
j butcher of many years' ex
j perience in Perth Amboy.
j PRIME MEATS
I Of superior quality at lowest prices—
j "always." Always a big I stock of
j Meats and. Poultry on handL
Come and look over our as
sortments of choice Meats and Poul*
j try. -
'Phone your order if a visit is in
convenient; our delivery is prompt.
We do not hesitate to say that
this Grocery Dept. has the largest and
finest stock of
PURE, STAPLE GROCERIES
in the city. Every article will be rea
sonably marked. All goods guaran
teed first quality or money cheerfully
Don't fail to thoroughly inspect this
Pure Food Dept.—managed by
FRUITS & VEGETABLES
Department under the supervision
of M. MIUMSKY, president of Tho
Perth Amboy City Market Co., and
who has had. many years' experience
in this paTtioular line of business.
Fine Fruits & Vegetables
We handle fancy imported and
domestic,. Fruits and Vegetables,
in the largest variety in the city.
If it's on the market, we have it.
See our display.
The Perth Amboy City Market
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. MEYERS
of New York, who were formerly em
ployed by the 14th St. Store of New
York, to manage the Delicatessen
of every description will be kept in
this department, a bigger part of which
will be made on the premises.
This department will be of a class
that Perth Amboy has never seen be
fore. It will be of interest to every
Department is conducted
by P. KASMUSSEN, a man
of 25 years' experience in
Sea Food of every description is
here the year round.
Everything welaell is warranted
See our display of Fresh Fish this
Thursday and Friday.
Crabs, Clams, Mussels, Escallops,
Soft Crabs, Shrimp, Shedder Crabs,
etc., always on haud.
The Opening of this Market will toe an event which will last one week. Every day Special Sales will take place.
PERTH AMBOY CITY MARKET
NEW BOVNTON BUILDING j
SMITH STREET / ~ 'PHONE 384 - NEAR STATE
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