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Ten Wordsui l,ssI en Cents ONE CENT A WORD By far the BIGGEST AUGUST CLEARING SALE in Perth Amboy this week. Only a few days more left to take advantage of this great money-saving oppor tunity. Don't put off another day. Come to our store, select what you want and pay us according to your own terms. No payments while sick or out of work. Everything marked in plain figures. Our prices are always a little lower than elsewhere. Here you get the benefit of bottom cash prices, and no extra charge on easy terms. Credit Terms to Suit Your Convenience OurStpre is Open Every Evening Except Tuesday & Thursday Outfits that are complete in everj' sense of the word. Worth twice as much as our £"A special price $3 per month ?6 cash will secure you one of the splendid complete home outfits we offer in this sale. Unusual values for $4 per month 1— — At this price we offer an exceptional assort ment of newest designs in outfits com- Ct Q7 plete, - $5 per month The outfits we show at this price cannot help but delight the ©1 QA blushing bride ^ $G per month Oak China Closet, $22.75 Loose Susliion V// 7S Loose Cushion -1_ Solid Golden Oak Dresser, worth £15.25. An unusual value for Solid Golden Oak ('liiffonier, always sold at 57 50. Special at Mahogany Parlor Table, $3.00 value. $1.45 Extra special at All-steel Coil £5.00, special at All-steel Coil Supported Spring, worth ^2 QQ Pfafn fictrre Prices! All Goods Delivered When Wanted in UNLETTERED WAGONS! II 101-100 Smith St. re House Perth Amboy, N. J. NOTICE 'IO CONTItACTOKS. New County Building An- Middlesex County. Pealed bids and proposals will be received and opened by the County Building Committee of the County of Middlesex at. a meeting of Baid committee to be held at the Court House in the city of New Brunswick, N. J., on Monday, September 19th, 1SH0, at 2:U0 o'clock in the after coon of that day, for the construc tion, erection and completion of u r.ew, two-story brick county record building in the city of New Bruns wick, N. J., according to plans and specifications prepared by William H. Boylan, architect, and which plans and specifications can be seen at the office of Thomas H. Hagerty, county collector, New Brunswick, N. J., or at the office of William II. Boylan, architect, National Bank Building, New Brunswick, N. J. A copy of the plans and specifications may be secured by prospective bid ders from the said William H. Boylan, architect, on application to him aud the deposit of the sum of l twenty-five ($25."Ci dollars to in sure the Bafe an ! ;.'"inapt return of paid plans and i.< i ii at Ions, said j, deposit to be repa'.i >.n the return of the plans and specifications. 1 ~ Each, proposal must be accompa nied by a certified check for five thousand ($5,000.00) dollars on a National Bank or Trust Company of New Jersey, payable to the order of Thomas H. Hagerty, county collec tor, without any conditional endorse ments whatever. The successful bidder must enter Into a contract prepared by the County Building Committee and fur nish a surety bond in the amount of the contract price, within ten (10) days after the contract has been awarded. The said committee reserves the right to reject any or all bids which may Beem beBt in its Judgment for the interests of the county. Dated August 25th, 1910. PETER H. S. HENDRICKS, i I ANDREW ELY, ANTHONY J GEBHARDT, County Building Committee. 14266 8-26-29-3 1-9-2-6-7-9-12-14-16 (41.46 Does this Appeal tcYoa? EXPBESS 8BBVIOB AT LOWEST - FREIGHT BATES. You are a wide awake, bard-working, restive business man. >u know that, other things being •fual, expense must be eut down. If we wereto tell you that our rates ■re the lowest and then were to say our •ervice is the quickest and the most reliable, would not that combination tppeal to vouf Of eourse it would. Insist that tout supply bouse eateh Si 11:00 A. M. steamer from Pier 9. st Biver, N. Y. Your freight will then be at Perth A in boy at 2:30 P. M. the same day. The second steamer leaves New York at 8:30 P. M. and is due at Perth Am boy sit 6:00 P. M. New York & New Jersey Steamboat Co. i. O. Tice, Agent, Perth -on boy. J. F. BURNS & SON PLUMBING, HEATING, SHEET METAL WORK. BAB WOBK AND SUPPLIES. eon. 87, New Brunswick ave. PBKTH AMllOY POSTOFFICB 8CBE»DLB. Taking Effect May 23, 1910. MAILS ARRIVE DAIL?. N y. weit and south 7:00 a. ra N. Y. and Phlla 7:30 a. m Raliway-Woodbrldge 7:80 a. m. Fords and Keasbey 8:00 a. m. South Jersey Way 9:00 a. m. N. Y. ond Northern Way 9:80 a. m. Cranbury, Jamesburg and Hlght»town, N. J 10:00 a. m Railway, direct 12:00 ra. South Jersey Way 1:00 p. m. Woodbrldge. direct 1:30 p. m. i N Y and Northern Way 1:80 p. m. N Y and Northern Way 5:00 p. :.i. South Jersey Way 6:30 p. m. Cranbury, Camden A Hlghts towo 8:80 p. ra. New York. Brooklyn. Penna. and North Jersey «:80 p. m. Rahway-Woodbrldga 6:80 p. ra. Fords and Keasbey 6:45 p. ra. MAILS CLOSE DAILY. South Amboy, Phlla. Trenton and Camden 7:00 a. m. Rahway-Woo'lbrldge 7:11 a. m. Fords and Keasbey 4:15 a. m. N. Y. and Northern Way 8:00 a. ra. South Jersey Way 8:20 a. m. N. Y. Penna New Jersey and Eastern States 1:80 a. m. Itahway and Woodbrldge ...,11:00 m. N Y and Northern Way m South Jersey Way 1:00 p ra. Rahway ana Woodbrldge .... 4:16 p m. South Jersey Way 6:16 p. in. N. Y. Northern Way 4:30 p. m. Phlla Camden. Jamesburg Cranbury ana HlghtBtown.. 6:00 p. m. Woodbrldge. Rahway, New ark, Elizabeth 6:00 p. m. Fords and Keasbey 7:00 p. m. All Points 7:00 p. m. BUNDAYa All points j....... 6:00 p. ra. OFFICE) HOURS. Open 7:00 a. m. Close 7:30 p. m. Money Order department opens 7:80 a. closes at 6:00 p. m. Registry Department opens 7 a m, closes 6:00 p. m. Carriers' window open evenings from 6 to 7 p. m. Sundays 9 to 10 a. m. Stamp window opens 7 a. m.i close* at 7:30 p. m.. dally. Sundays, open* V a. m.: closes 10:00 a. m. Publlo corridor open until I p. ra. QBORGE^ H^TICEt, STATE* ISLAND RAPID TRANSIT HAII.WAY. X'lme Table '.n Effect Thursday, May 19th, 1910. PERTH AMBOT TO NEW YORK. LEAVE—6:1ft 6:88. 7:60, T:t», 1A »:00. 8:00, 8 60, 9:80, 10:80, 11:47 A. M. Cffl, 1:52, 8:60, 8:36, 4:&. 6:83. 8:40, 7:68, 9:00, 10:0, 11:90 J), m. SATURDAYS BETWEEN 11:60 A. M. ANI) 11:00 P M.—11:58 a. m. i 12:46, 1:K 8:03, 2:8. 8:00. 3:1), 4:40, 6:86, 6:40, 7:30, 8:16, 9:26, 10:20 p. m. AbDITlONAL BOATS WITHOUT TRAIN CONNECTION LEAVE PERTH AMBOY—9:20. 10 20, 11 80 a. m.; 12:*), 1:30, 1:20. 4:00. 4:60, 6:48, 6:10. 7:06. 7:80, i:86. 9:40. }0:60 P- ra,; 12:06. 12:45 a. m. SATURDAYS—18:21 1:08. 1:46. 1:42, 1:66, 4:16. 6:00. 6:00. 7:00, 8.40, 10:00, 10:S> p. m. SUNDAYS AND LEGAL fcOLIDAYft LEAVE PERTH AMBOY-«:S5. T:Bft, 1:1 9:06, 9:40, 10:62, 11:60 a. ra.; 12:60. 1:8 2:50, 8:60. 4:43, 6:26. 6:08, 6:46. 1:26. I:5_ g.63.,9.43, 10:56. and holidays only 11:30 p. ""addition boats without TRAIN CONNECTION LEAVE PERTH AMBOY—10:0o, 10:80, .11:20 a. mj. 1S:A Lift 2:10, 8:10. 4:10, «:<», 6:46, 8:86, 7:0#. 10:20. llTSO p. TO PERTH AMBOY 7:00, 8:00, 9 00, 10:00, 11:0 .on; 1:00, 8:00, 8:00, 4:06 6:46. 8:16. 8 SO, 1:00, t:S p. m : 11:20 a? ra. m.; 12:30 a. and on HOLIDAYS only 1:20 a. in., and 6:16 a. | "YjEW YORK TO PERTH AMBOY LEAVE—6:00, 7:00, " " a. in.; 12:00 noon; 4:40, 6:15. 6:30, 5:C 9:00, 10:00, 11:30 p. I"., ta.w i*r IU. 8ATURDAY8 BETWEEN 12 01 p. in.. ancT 11:29 p. m.-l2fi), 1:00, 1 :3ft iOt, FsO. 9:15. ?:00. 4:40. VH. 6:0ft 6:40, t:8ft 8.00. 8:40. 9:20, 10:20 p. rn. AhpitfiONAL BOATS. WITHOUT TRAIN CONNECTION LEAVE TOT TENVILLE--6:20, 6:42, 7:45, 9:80, 11:S0. a. m.; 12:30, " 2 " ji .ckj. a. ui., Mi.tw, 1:30. 2:30, 8:46. 4:40, b,« 8:23. 10:36. 11:46 p. m. Saturdays—11:35 a. m.; 18:88, 13:50, 1:86, 4:w, ceo, s:00, 10:10. 11:05 p. lfi. SUNDAYS AND LEGAL HOLIDAYS, LEAVE NEW YORK—6:80, 8:00. 9:00. S 30 10:2ft 11:00 a. ra.; 12:00 noon; 1 .00, 2 00 8:00, 4:00, 6:00. 6:00, 6:40, 7:26, 8:00, 8:40. 9:2ft 10:0ft IS:00 p. m.; 12:00 nl«rht; ana holidays only 12:30 a. m. ADDITIONAL BOATS WITHOUT TRAUL. CONNECTIONS LEAVE TOT TEN VlEiLB—8:16. 8:46. 9:60. 11 00 a. m.i 12 oa noon; 1:00, '2:00, '3:00. 4.00.' 4.63, 6Ttt 6:68, 6:85, 6:66 p. m.. and 4:26 a. ro, hQlP day* only QEORQB J. BROWN. Ctensral Traffic -Vjtt. Some of t&e "nows" or your imme diate neighborhood may be touad la the want ads. today. Read the NKtVS avnry amm. ELECTION NOTICE. HOARDS OF REGISTRY AM) ELEC TION. Iri and for each and every Election Dis trict and Voting- Precinct in the Coun ty of Middlesex will hold their SECOND MEETING on TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 13, IfttO, from 1 o'clock p. m., until 8 o'clock p. m.f in the place of First Meeting: for the purpose of making up from their canvassing books lists or all persons entitled to vote in their respective Districts, who shall personally appear before them for that purpose or be shown by affidavit of some voter in the Election District to be entitled to the right of suffrage therein. 1'ltlMARY ELECTION. A Primary Election of delegates to conventions of political parties or for making nominations or for both, as the :-ase may be will be held on TUESDAY', SEPTEMBER 18, 1010, from 1 o'clock p. m., until 9 o'clock p. m.. in the place of the First Meeting for said Boards of Registry and Election. Next (irnfrni Election ▼rill be held on TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1010. from 0 o'clock a. m. until 7 o'clock p. m. FINAL MEETING The said HOARDS OF REGISTRY AND ELEC TION Will meet on TUESDAY. OCTOBER 2ft, 1010. In the place of their former meeting at 1 p. m. and continue in session until 9 p. m. for the revising and correcting of the original Register of voters ana of adding thereto the names of all persons entitled to the right of suf frage in the Election District at the next General Election who shall ap pear in person before them or shall be shown by written affidavit of some vo ter In such Election District to be a legal voter therein and of erasing therefrom the name of any person who after a fair opportunity to be heard shall be shown not to be entitled to a vote therein by reason of his non residence or otherwise. By order of the Middlesex County Board of Elections. H. H. BROWN", Chairman. JOHN E. EDM EN DO RF. Secretary. Dated August 30, 1910. 14422—8->l-W-8-22t Parquet Floors—These hardwood floors are more economieal than any other floor covering, cheaper than car pets and especially recommended by physicians. Estimates cheerfully fur nished. Scraping, reflnishing, old floors made like new. ALFRED ANDERSON, 102 MaJtcet St., Perth Amboy; 312 Broadway, Tottenville, N. Y. Tel. 503 Perth. Business Directory, CARPET CLEANING. J. Q. Oonover, 278 State St. Carpet Cleaning and Upholaterlug. Carpets made anu laid. We aim to give satisfaction. Oardell Brother*. 114 High Bt. Cftrtlnf, Tracking and Piano Movinf. Order* by 'Phone or Mail promptly attended t-o. Tel. 125-J. Storage Warehouse. Storage Warehouse — Best facilities, cleaD, airy, locked rooma for furniture and pianos, (2.00 up. Albert Leon, 134 Smith street. 67$ 3 1-tf Engineers List A publication of a sp*ial value to all those interested in Engineer ing. Eleetrieal and Soientifle Questions. Published Monthly. BUSINESS OFFICE: Evening Uews Building, 884 State Bt For Sola Abo by MOORE BBO& and P&4NK N EBB. 60 Csnt* a "ear \ REAL ESTATE FOE SALE. Ifl M)T8 ON FORDS CORNER, troP Icy line, f(t 1,800. Inquire Meyer Kark us. 8-24-tf-M-W-F $50 Cash Down, balance same as rent, buys nice new cottage. Call at once. N. Adolf Nielsen, New Brunswick avenue and Fayette St. 14433-8 31-3t Good Investment, double house, No. 358 Mechanic street, near St. Mary's church; will also exchange with other property. Call or write, P. C. Boving, 231 Sheridan street. 14434-8-3 l-3t Farm About SO Acres, near Kinsey Corner only $260 per acre; large dwelling and barns in fair condition. Address Cash, P. O. Box 137, Perth Ajnboy, N. _J. 14443-8-31-lt For Sale—Twelve-room substantial brick house, improvements, water front; sell at a bargain. Esberg, Keasbey, N. J. 14405-8-81-9-3 $675 Buys a Hoine-slte, 90x200 ft., trees, etc., at Pleasant Plains; five minutes from station, never a better value. W. F. Banks, real estate, Fort Wadsworth, Staten Island. 14399-8-30-2t For Sale—Small house, Pacific ave nue, on monthly payments. In quire of Herman Fredericks, 496 Amboy avenue. 14226-8-24-tf Look at 374 New Brunswick avenue if you want a good property for little money. You will like it. Two family. Deep lots. Comegys Bros., 95 Smith street. 1 444 5-8-31-lt Bargain—About three acres of land on macadam road near Perth Am boy cheap for cash. Address Owner, P. O. Box 137, Perth Amboy, N. J. 144 44-8-31-lt FIGHT CERTAIN AT CONVENTION Roosevelt Men Agree to Pre sent His Name at Sara toga Meeting. PROGRESSIVES CONFIDENT New York, Aug. 81. — Republican County Chairman Grlscom and others have agreed that Colonel Roosevelt's name shall be presented to the coming Btate convention as a candidate for temporary chairman and also that they will use their best endeavors to have Included In the party platform a direct uominations plank. This announcement was made after ronferences had been held between Chairman Grlscom, Fred Greiner, the Republican leader of Buffalo; Collector of the Port William Loeb, Jr., who was described by some of those attend ing thie conference to be acting as the representative of Colonel Roosevelt; Frederick J. H. Kracke, naval officer of tbe port; former Mayor A. C. Cutler of Rochester, State Seuator Davenport of Utica, Mr. Sherman's home town, and Darwin It. James, Jr., the presi dent of the Brooklyn Young Repub lican club. „ From reports which Mr. Grlscom has received from all parts of the state he Is confident that the progressives will be able to dominate the Saratoga convention. It Is believed by Mr. Roosevelt's friends that the old guard will have undivided delegations only from Albany, Syracuse and Rochester. Senator Davenport said that there would certainly be a divided delega tion from Utica. The same will be found to be true, It was said after the Grlscom conference, of every other county.In the state. The progressives go so far as to assert that present ap pearances Indicate that they will have at least 650 of the 1,013 delegates to the convention, and as 508 votes will constitute a majority their calculations if they are correct would enable them to smother the Barnes-WopdruEf-Ward Wadsworth combination. LARGEST GAME FISH. The Tuna Sometimes Attain* a Weight of 2,000 Pounds* Charles Frederick Holder, the Cali fornia naturalist, thus describes that remarkable fish, the tuna: "The tuna is a pelagic flab, a free lance, an ocean rover, a sort of swaggering musketeer of the sea, the largest of what tnay be I termed the game or bony Ashes, at taining a maximum weight of nearly 2,000 pounds and an approximate leugth of fourteen feet or more. Such a Bsh Is very exceptional, though specimens weighing 1,500 pounds have been taken on the New England coast. I once entered a school of such tunas in the Sauta Catallna channel in a big launch. The school divided to port and starboard as we passed through it, and I bad a view of one or two fishes that appeared to be more than half as long as the boat. "These fishes spend the winter In warm latitudes and migrate north as far as the mouth of the St Lawrence. They are found in the Mediterranean and north to the Loffoden Island, yet so far the efforts of anglers, except at Santa Catallna, have failed to take them with yie rod. Even here there Is • stretch of but eight miles or so where "they can be satisfactorily play ed and taken with rod and reel. "This region lies on the north side of Santa Cataliua. from Avalon to Long point, and to the east as many more, facing the north. and generally smooth—more like a Scottish loch than a fishing ground twenty miles out at sea."—Chicago News. 8oft Bede. The natives of the Lake Chad re gion in Central Africa when com peliod to camp near the immense swamps bury themselves to the neck In soft mud in order to escape the Infliction of mosquito twites during sleep. I Hubacrlbe for tba KEWC HELP WANTED—FEMALE. Wanted—Good woman or girl for general housework; must be neat and good laundress; small family; man kept. Wages |16 to $20. Mrs J. F. Hammond, 100 Bloomlngdale road. Pleasant Plains, Staten Island. 14436-8-31-3t W»"ted—Woman (white) to do washing and Ironing. Apply 142 Kearny avenue. 1 4451-8-3 1-lt Young Girl to help do housework. 267 McClellan street. 14390-8-30-tf Wanted—Girls to learn cigar pack ing, banding and labeling. Apply Perth Amboy Cigar Co. 14386-8 31 -2t Wanted—Woman for general house work. Apply 142 Kearny avenue. 14450-8-31-3t Wanted—Experienced saleslady for stationery store. Apply In writ lng, P. O. Box No. 26, Perth Amboy. 14410-8-30-5t WANTED — AN KXPKItl ENCED SALESLADY FOR OUR MUSLIN AND KMT UNDERWEAR DEPAHT MKNT. BOSTON STORK, WM. MURDOCH, 72 SMITH STREET. 14397-8-30-2t Salesgirls—Several bright, active salesgirls wanted for Saturdays. To those proving satisfactory perma nent positions assured. Apply to Reynolds Bros. 14898 8-30-tf Milliners, preparers and salesladies wanted at The Paris Millinery, 314 State street. 14284-8-24-tf Wanted—Lady for collecting out standing bills. Address Box No. 12, city. 14105-8-1 9-tf HELP WANTED—MALE. Boy Wanted—About 16 or 17 years old. Inquire at I. C. Moore Co.'s shoe store, 86 Smith street, Terth Amboy. 14430-8-31-lt Boy Wanted—2 67 Smfth street. 14438-8-81 -It Immediately, Perth Amboy repre sentative. Either full or part time. Mostly office work. Large Correspondence School Corporation. Courses covering most every line. Thousands successful students throughout Union. Strongest stu dent and national endorsement. Established 16 years. Doing good business now in your locality. Best selling courses. Unequalled advan tages. Very profitable commission basis. $160 necessary to swing this but this you can get back within six ty days with an extra $160 profit. Perfectly secure. Immediate action necessary as there is a bunch of im mediate local business ready now for representative. Send copies, refer ence letters and full information yourself first letter. Enclose 6c stamps. Address Inter-State Agency Dept., Box 1283, Omaha, Neb. 403-8-30-31 Immediately—Railway mail clerks wanted. Entrance examinations announced. Best opportunity in years. Beginning salary about $900 per year. For information and prep aration address Inter-State, Box 1283, Omaha, Neb. 14401-8 30-5t Man Under 85 to fit for railway mail clerk; good starting salary. Rapid advancement; best opportunity in government service; demands imme diate action; must be physically sound and not afraid of work. Ad dress Inter-State, Box 1283, Omaha, Neb. 1 4 402-8-30-5t LOST. Lost—Bank book No. 17724. Finder please return to Perth Amboy Savings Institution. 14431 -8-31 -11 Lost—Baby's white pique coat be tween Smith street and farmers' market. 8 3 Smith street. 14432-8-31-11 BOARDERS WANTED. Boarders Wanted—House newly pa pered and painted; under new management. 328 High street. 1 4294-8 2«-tf WANTED. Wanted—By young lady, High school senior, set of books to keep after school or evening. Inquire 310 State street. 8-31-3t Bookkeeper wouM like a set of books to keep at home evenings. Address X, P. O. 384, city. 8-29-3t STORES TO LET. To let—Two stores,. 26x100, 17 8 Smith street. Apply Peter Floersch. 9080-2-15-8 tw-tf-Tu-Th-Sa. SITUATION WANTS—FEMALE Situations Wanted — Situations at general housework, plain cooking, etc., for women with babies or small children. Small wages expected. Ap ply to "Joint Committee for Secur ing Situations for Destitute MotherB with ln'ants," 10 Academy St., Newark, N. J. 187<8-10-26-tf INSTRUCTION. The Ifcutish-EJngll«h Night School be gins September 2. An opportuni ty to learn English. For particulars address M. H. Madsen, 137 Jefferson street, city. 14336-8-29-31-9-2 Airs A. M Steyensoa, "teacher of piano, reopens classes September IB. 218 High street, Scott Terrace. 14341-8-27-1 rao Water Board Meeting. AUGUST It, 10IO. Roll call 8:40 P. M. President Fraser In the chair; other commissioners answering the roll, Crouse, Grieve. President Fiaser explained the reason for calling the meeting was to dfecide upon the erection of a stack in connection with the new boilers being Installed at Runyon. Motion regularly made and sec onded that the engineer prepare specifications (or a stack and that the superintendent advertise for bids for same, to be received at spec ial meeting of the board to be held at the City Hall August 29, 1910, at 8 P. M. On motion the superintendent was Instructed to arrange with Mr. Llttel, of South Amboy, N. J., for the delivery at Runyon of two cars of coal per week until further no tice. Whereupon the meeting adjjurn ed. W. GUY WEAVER, 14 4 47-8-31-lt Clerk Look at the "prices or things' as aUte.-tlsed In today's paper. If you i k$ow values, aud Lav* a car* for WfVt purse, these prlcas wUl Uuereat ROOMS TO LET. Four nice rooms for small family. Inquire 8 84 New Brunswick Ave. To Let—Five rooms with improve ments, 471 Johnston street. 14 437-8-31-2t To Let—Five nice rooms, all im provements, 120 Catalpa avenue Inquire 106 Catalpa avenue. 14438-8-31-2t To Let—Flat, three nice rooms, for small family. Address Reasona ble, News. 1444 1-8-31 -31 To Lek—One apartment left, High and Jefferson streets, six rooms, bath, private hall, steam heat and a hot water supply included in rent, $30. Fraser Bros, 9E Smith street. _____ J_3607_-7-30-tf-W-S TO LET—Four and five rooms, with improvements, on Davidson ave nue. Inquire Meyer Karkus, 210 New Druuswirk avenue, M-W-F-tf flat for Kent—Tour pleasant rooms for a small family on J3righton avenue. Enquire 173 High street. 8-3 0-tf fo~Eet—Five large light rooms, all Improvements, 154 Paterson street. Inquire 160 Madison ave oue. 14394-8-3 0-5t For Rent^—Two nice fiats of three rooms on Meade street, near Market street.. Apply to Fred Christensen, 218 Madison avenue. 14418-8-30-2t To Let—Half of double house, 399 Rector street. Inquire 22 8 Jeffer lon street, lumber yard. 14097-8-19-tf Flat to Let—Seven rooms, modern improvements, steam heat. In luire 176 Smith street, jewelry store. 14211-8-23-lmo. fc'lat to Let—All modern improve ments, 64 Madison avenue. 10271-3-29-t? Flat to Let—Three rooms on second floor, 417 New Brunswick avenue. Enquire at 416 New Brunswick ave nue. 4-27-tf FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET. To Bent—Large room for gentle man, private family, 55 Gordon street. 14440-8-31-11 Bright, Airy, Hig Room, very reason able. Address J. H. S.t 169 Brigh ton avenue. 14449-8-31-lt To Let-—Furnished room; ail Im provements. Inquire 61> Jefferson street. _ 1441 5-8-30-2t Furnished Room to gentlemen, pri vate family. Inquire Evening News. 14392-8-80-3t Beautiful Furnished Room, all im provements. Inquire 234 Madison avenue. 14391-8-30-2t To I<et—Neatly furnished rooms, all Improvements, 2 80 McClellan St. 14369-8-29-3t To Let—FurniBhed front room, 110 Gordon street. ' 1437S-8-29-3t To Let—Neatly furnished room, all improvements. Inquire 2 67 Mc Clellan street. 1 430G-8-26-U To Let—Furnished rooms with or without board, private family. Apply 94 Market street. - 13981 -8-16-tl Beautiful, Large, Airy Booms, block from city hall, overlooking bay. 263 Water street, corner Markei street. 1.3706 8-3 Imo. TO LET. Barn For Kent—150 Gordon street Inquire Donnell's lumber yard, 228 Jefferson street. 13553 7-28 tl Fop Ren^-Biacksmith and wheel wright shop doing good business Apply 89 Bordentown avenue, South Amboy, N. J. 14^58-8-29 ti FOR SALE. For Sale—Dry kindling wood, six barrels one dollar. Anthony Bros., S91 East avenue. 14 £52-8-31-41 For Sale—Second hand clothing tables and hat case can be bought cheap. Apply 91 Smith street, Louis j Briegs. 14367-8-29-31 j For Saie—-Confectionery, bakery ancl j Ice cream store, corner Smith and i Oak streets. Inquire In store. j 1420 3-8-2312t . Lawn Vases—Decorate your lawn by getting a lawn vase from the j Perth Amboy Cement Stone Co., j Sayre Ave. Tel. 442 or 109L. | 13031 7-5 tt For Safe—Gas engine, 10 horsepower i er, A1 condition. Will sell at a j bargain. Apply Evening News. I _J-3-JL i For Sale—Typewriter, dliver No. 3, In perfect order, little used. Bar gain quick, $20. Snodgrass 108 High street. 14411-8-30-2t I For Sale^Antiques; one desk, one | sideboard, one sofa. 146 Kearny avenue. 14414-8-30-2t For Sale—One-horse farm wagon, new. Apply H. F. Koch, Amboy avenue. 14388-8-30-5t For Sale—Mahogany square piano, | good tone, $10. First-class organ i in good condition, $16. Zellman j Music House. 9204-2-21-tf MONEY TO LOAN. ; MONEY TO LOAN ON BOND AND j MORTGAGE, 5 AND 6 PER CENT. PIERCE & SON, »» SMITH STREET I 13097-7-7-tf Money to Loan on bond and mort gage. Fraser Bros., 95 Smith St. 6020-10-16-tf MISCELLANEOUS. DRVRI.OPED- Six exposures 10c.; Veiox prints Brownie No. 2, 3c.; £>4x3',i, 3'^x3Vi. 3^4x4^, 4c.; 4x5. 3^x5% and ostals. 5c. each; enlargements, 8x10 In., lack and white, or sepia mounted, 50c. John N. Lehrs, 273 High street, Braid woods. 14206—8-23-tf _ If 1 Could make a better bread, I would make it, therefore try Slmmen's Butter-nut. It 1b the best. 4-1S-W. & 8. Always remember Central Lunch Room and Restaurant, open day and night. Furnished rooms, table board, regular dinner 30c. 219 Smith St. 13814 8-8 Imp Headquarters for JSillson and Victor machines end records; the only place you can get a complete selec tlo nof popular as well as operatlo records. Machines sold on easy terms. Zellman'a Music House, 189 Smith street. 9979-8-19-tt LOST1. Lostr—Jeweled butterfly, Saturday afternoon. Reward. Mrs. W. K. Bassford, 295 Market street. 14889-8-30-2t HOUSES TO LET. Heven Itoom House, all improve ments, 228 Brighton avenue. In quire 22 7 State street. 14308-8-26-tf House for Rent—Steam heat and all Improvements, rent $20, 103 Henry street, South Amboy. Inquire on premises. 13946-8-fr3-tf ROOMS WANTKD. _ j Wanted--Three rooms or more with ' or without family on first floor on State street between Washington and Buckingham or State and High streets. Address M. Goldberger, 338 State street. 14406-8-30-6t Wanted—By two young men, two sleeping rooms and one living room connected, In dejjrable loca tion. Address J. C.» NeWs office. S 14387-8-30-tf STEADY JOBS AT GOOD PAY Public Service Railway offers steady work and good wages to reliable men as motormen and conductors. Men employed now will receive 21 cents an hour the first year; cent* an hour the second year, and after that 25 cents an hcur. No enforced idleness for dull times. Make Application at Any of the Following Places: Fourth Street Yard, Piainfieid, Fridays, 9 to 10 A. M. Westfiefd Junction, Fridays, 10.30 to 11 A. IW. 392 George St., New Brunswick, Saturdays, 1 to 2 P.M.