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SEES FIVE YEAR WAR.
Hoover 8«y* Greatest Need le Foo For Allie·. Washington, May 20.—Members c the cablnct and others actively engage in the conduct of the war outlined wa •Ims and needs to a meeting of editor of the country's technical and trad publications. All emphasized the mag liltude of the task facing the natloi and urged the publishers to suppor the government In the change froi peace to war conditions in industry The cabinet officer» and represents tives of the Council of National D« fense told in detail of what the councl was doing toward war preparation. The food situation was presented b. Herbert C. Hoover. The country, h said, faced a war that probably wouli last from two to five years, and onl; by the most careful measure· could th United States give the allies enougl foodstuffs to keep them In the wa with the force demanded to bring vie tory. HEAVY U-BOAT TOLL French Deputy 8ay* 8,400,000 Tom Have Been Sunk. Paris, May 20. — Deputy Jules Cel( created a sensation In the chamber ol deputies in the course of the discussion on the interpellations concerning sub marine welfare by producing statistics showing that merchant ship· aggregat ing C,400,000 tons had been sunk since the beginning of 191C. After he had given details of these figures and sharply criticised the navy department In connection with the sub marine question, the chamber decided to continue the discussion in secret ses Eton. Preebyterlane Fer Suffrage. Dallas, Tel., May 20.—The one hun dred and twenty-ninth general assem bly of the rresbyterlan church of the United States of America came to a close here. At the dual business ses sion equal suffrage was indorsed by an overwhelming ^ote. Hold to Your Dream·. Isn't it possible that the only thing rwhlch makes It possible for us to per form the dally drudgeries of life Is the 'hope for better things which blooms la lour hearts? , Hope Is romance? Ambition Is ro mance 1 All the fine, true inspirations [of life ore romantic. Romance leads 'to achievement, unless It blossoms In Ithe mind of a lazy, shiftless creature |Who Is Incapable of action. The man who leads α forlorn hope Is romantic. 'The hero who gives his life fighting a dread disease to which he succumbs, but against which he has Insured hu manity, Is romantic. Bc«iance Is the thing which makes It worth while for men to sacrifice material cômforts and die on strange fields of honor. In a materialistic world where we have to deal with the facts of earning our livings and fighting for place and position, the thing which lifts us above mind Instinct Is romance. Cherish your dreams, for they give you β glimpse of beauty and make you "willing to struggle over cruel moun tains and harsh plain· to the not of ràÎïrtWT/t-eiitî: Dreams give respite from dreary reality and urge on to all that Is big; and fine.— Exchange. Courtesy In the Home. ■ Why should dally life together de stroy the mutual consideration and courtesy a man and women show be fore marriage, which they would con-' tlDue a· mere friends? If husband and wife, no matter how much they love each other, no matter at what ,Clo8e range they live, would strive to grant each other the treatment which .ordinary good breeding exacts, would respect one another as Individuals, not M household furniture, would foster Îautual forbearance and ordinary po tteness In "little things," then the divorce courts would be cheated, chil dren would suffer fewer violations of their Inalienable rights to home and harmony and there would be less cynical complaint of "something rot ten In the state of matrimony."—Mary &, Walter, in the Chicago News. Hook· Without Hole·. Persona living In apartments or fur Dlshed room* will find this a useful de Vice for Increasing closet capacity: Fasten one end of a heavy wire—pic ture wire works well—to a hook In the closet, thread the other end through the spring of a patent clothespin, wind the wire about the second book and so on «round the closet until there Is a Clothespin between each pair of hooks. This la an excellent way of holding aklrta or waists and can be removed •tally. . . . Durability of Wood. In a very dry atmosphere the dura bility of wood Is almost Incredible. Pieces of wood, wooden caskets and Other articles have been taken from Egyptian tombs of an antiquity to antedate the Christian era by two or three thousand year·. PROl'OSALS FOR FtTHNITUftlC. Sealed bids and proposal· will be re celved and opened by the Board ο Commissioners of the City of Ne^ j Brunswick, at a meeting to be held a the District Court Room. Court Hous Building. Paterson Street, New Bruns f wick, Ν J., on ι Tueeday, June nth, 1917, 1 at 10 o'clock In the forenoon, for Fur Γ nlture for the City Hall, No. 78 BRyar* Street, in the City of New Brunswick N. J., according to specifications pre if pared by William H. Boylan, Architect . and which specification· can be seen a the office of William H. Boylan. Archl ι tect, National Bank Building, Nev I Brunswick. N. J. A copy of the sped locations may be secured by prospectlv< 1 bidders from the said William H. Boy lan. Architect. Bach proposal must be accompanle* " by a certified check made payable t< the order of Joseph H. Rldgeway, Clt: j Treasurer, for Two Hundred dollar: 1 ($200.00), without any conditional en dorsementg whatever, which shall b< forfeited if the successful bidder falls neglects or refuses to enter into con ï tract and give bond within ten dayi ι after the award. The Board of Commissioners reeerv< the right to reject any or all bids. » Dated May 1 9th, 1917. JOSEPH J. FEASTER, ι Director Department Parki and Public Property. Attest: eugene j. Mclaughlin, City-Clerk. 11147-6-19-26-6-2 I garbage collection BIDS Notice is hereby given tha^ bids wil be received by the Township Commit tee of the Township of Wooabrldge, ir the County of Middlesex, at the Towr Hall in said Township, on Wednesday the sixth day of June, 1917, at 8:8C o'clock in the evening, for the removal of garbage of all kinds. Including ash es. from each and every house In Gar bage Collection District No. 1 of said Township, for the period of one year from June 1, 1917, on the following terms: One collection weekly shall be made from each and every hous· in said District: Payments to be made monthly for one-twelfth of the total annual con tract price, subject to such reasonable deductions, if any, as may be made by the Township Committee for any de fault by the contractor in the perform ance or th· contract. Requisition· for each month's pay ment to be presented to the Township Committee on the first Wednesday of the following month. The contractor to provide at hie own expense for the disposal of all garbage collected by him, in such manner as not to oreate any nuisance, and not to violate any law, ordinance or regula tion of any duly constituted authority. Dated May 16, 1917. ANDREW KBYES, Township Clerk. 11128-5-18-19-25-26-6-4-5 PROPOSALS Sealed bids and proposals will be re ceived by the Board of Education of the City of Perth Amboy, N. J., at the High School in said City at 8 p. m., June 7th, 1917, for furnishing supplies to tne public schools for the ensuing school year. Separate bids will be received for General supplies, Sewing supplies, Kin dergarten supplies and Janitors' sup plies, also for Manual ^raining, Hard ware, Lumber and Drawing supplies. Specifications for the above may be obtained from the Secretary at his of fice in the High School. Coal The Board will also receive proposal· for 1200 gross tons of coal to be deliv ered during the month of July, 1917. The coal to be egg and stove sizes of •the best quality, thoroughly screened, I gross tons, to be delivered where re , quired by the Board of Education. All coal to be weighed on City scales by j the City Welghmastcr and when deliv ered must be accompanied by his cer tificate of weight. A certified check for 5 per cent, of the total amount of the bid, drawn to the order of the Board of Education must accompany each bid. The Board of Education reserve the right to reject any or all bids. THE BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE CITY OF PERTH AMBOY. By A. H. Çrowell, Secretary. 11012-5-14-17-1 9-21 -24-26-28-81-6-4-6 NOTICE TO CRKDITOHS. Isabella Dorsey, Frank Doraey and Thomas Edward Dorsey, administra tor» οf Edward J. Doraey, deceased, by direction of the Surrogate of the Coun ty of Middlesex, hereby give» notice to the creditor» of the aald Edward J. Doraey, to bring tn their debt», de- I mande and çla-!!H#-egalnflt the «state of I the «aid deceased, under oath or af firmation, within nine month» from thla date, or they will be forever barred of any action therefor against the aald administrators. Dated April 20. 1917. ISABELLA DORSET, FRANK DORSEY, THOMAS EDWARD DORSET. 10468-4-21-9t-oew-8 NOTICE OF INTENTION To Pave Part of Florida Grove Road. Publlo notice la hereby given pursu ant to a resolution adopted by the Council of the City of Perth Amnoy at an adjourned meeting held on the 9th day of May, 1917, that it 1» the Inten tion of the said Council to adopt an or dinance to cause that part of Florida Grove Road lying within tne boundary limits of the City of Perth Amboy and running northerly from New Bruna wlck Avenue to Klnaay Comer to be paved with Warrenlte on a concrete base; and that aald ordinance will be Introduced at a meeting of the «aid Council to be held on the 4th day of June. 1917. I Any peraons lntereated therein may appear before eatd Board to make any objections, If any they have, to «aid proposed Improvement. Dated Perth Amboy, N. J.t May 19, 1917. JOHN HANSON, JR., City Clerk. 11135-Β-19-2β-β-2 Fate I· Treacherous. Fate Is treacherous and soonest be trays those who depend most upon It. It helps only those determined to help themselves by acting out their de sires. Luck, too, 19 faithless and laughs nt the man who too strongly pnts his trust In It. It generously spreads a golden glow upon the achievement· of the man who rows as he prays, but for the man who does not strive It has only mockery.— Exchange. Trutn Survives. What Is true cannot be made truer. The world may question It and attack It and "hawk at it and tear It," but It will survive. It makes no difference either how humble the source from which the truth may emanate. It Is not α question of authority. If it Is truth, It may come from a carpenter of Naza reth or from an attic In the Latin quarter; sooner or later all the world will accept It.—Lester F. Ward. .[telephone your I phqnnet4ds· Classified Advertising tr™S1 ! HELP WANTED—FEMALE EXPERIENCED SALESLADY AND t alteration hand wanted. The Berlin. 137 Smith St. > EXPERIENCED SALESLADY. A. Kra - mer. 318 But» St. . GIRL for general homework. 12t 1 Kearny Ave. ! GIRL for general housework; >ood , pay; no washing, Call 828 High St. HELP WANTED—MALE BOY WANTED In experimental ma > chine shop; good chance to learn trade. Address Box 512, Metuchen. BOT WANTED to work In pharmacy. App)y R. Garben, 433 State St. ' MACHINIST, first class, all around, In experimental machine shop. Ad dress Bo» 812, Metuchen. OFFICE BOY wanted; over 1» year» of age: good chance for advancement. Apply between 8 and 10 a. m. Roes· «1er & Hasslacher Chemical Co. Plant D. A. B. WANTED—Few men over 25 yenrs old to travel, working these towns; Perth Amboy, Homervllle, Cllfïwood, Mata wan, Dunellen, New Brunswick, Plainfleld, Morgan, Bound Brook, Hahway. All summer's job. (Start now. Address Glen Bros., Rochester, Ν, Y. 2 YOUNG MAN, not under 17 years. Help er to coppersmith and lead burner. Starke, 341 High St. HELP WANTED BOOKKEEPER, male or female; ex perienced preferred, furnish refer ences. Apply In writing to A, A„ care News. FURNISHED ROOMS TO LHT A COMFORTABLE furnished cool room, all conveniences; reasonable. 204 Market 8t. COLONIAL HALL. 11» Water St. (near Rarltan Yacht Club) — Handsomely furnished room*, gentlemen exclus Ively; large parlor for use of guest*. DELIGHTFUL ROOMS comfortably furnished; all Improvements, single or double. 879 Mechanlo Bt. FURNISHED ROOM to ΓβΠ Inquire 317-À Brighton Ave. FURNISHED ROOM, suitable for two or light housekeeping; linprove ments. Inquire 820 Rector St. FURNISHED ROOM, 218 High St., next to the Warren House. FURNISHED ROOM8 and room* for light housekeeping; all improve ments. 266 Market 8t. Toi. 491-W. HIGH ST.. 207 — Light .housekeeping rooms, with or without board. HIGH ST., 400—Furnished rooms for one or two: Improvements. HOBART ST.. ΙΙββ—Light, airy furnished rooms. JEFFERSON 5Ϊ\ 74 — Furnished rooms: all Improvements. LAftiîH front room, all conveniences. Kramer, 188 New Brunswick Ave. LARGE furnished room, all Improve ments: good location. 278 M ft iket St. LARGE AIRY FRONT ROOM to let; also small room. Terms to suit 188 Madison Ave. MADISON AVE., 1Ï7—Neatly-furnished room for one or two. WcCLELLAN St., I»7 — Furnished room·; «ingle. It: double room. 13. SIX ROOMS, all improvements; best lo cation. Inquire 188 Smith St. MISCELLANEOUS IF YOU WANT to buy or sell real es tate, have rente collected or a mort gage lçan, tee D. A. Shirley, 1101 1th St WELDIKU WELDING. Broken auto parts made I rood ti jmv. Elisabeth welding Co., | 19 Crane St., Elizabeth, N. J. Oppo site Central Garage. REAL ESTATE FOR RENT CITY PROPERTIES FIVE ROOMS, 108 Catalpa Ave.; all lm. provementa except heat Inquire B. Btrelg. 110 Smith Bt. FLAT TO LET, 103 Lewie St. Inquire M. Qoldberger, 388 Btate St. ; FOR RENT to small family—Five room steam heated apartment Rent 180, Secluding «team heat. Possession iune 1st, 1»17. Inquire J. Krelels lelmer & Son, 18» Smith St., City, FOR RENT—Seven room house. modern Improvements; located near resi dence of Charles A. Bloomfleld. Ap ply C. A. Bloomfleld, Metuchen Road, near Fords. · LARQE fXJRNIBHED room; also gar — .—i.. ... tve. storage or " 188 New STORE TO Let at 41» Snjlth Bt., with " a^e" App'iyXoï'^flghtoji' Av>~ SHOP TO LET, suitable for sto work shop. Inquire Quthoff, l Brunswick Ave. PORE TOLET at 41» Smith St., with three rooms In back. Inquire John Hagaman, ltl Gordon Bt STORE TO LET In Dana Hall. ÏJÏ Bmlth Bt. FOH RKNT-—Htore Broaavay and David St.. Bouth Amboy. Inquire within. O. MeGonlgle. HOTELS—RESTAURANTS STATE and Restaurant, 1001 St. Furnished rooms Çy day or weetc with board: vrey reasonable hotEi. State W«CK Wliu Mweiu. »·»/ iweewiwun rates. Joseph Oadek. Prop. Walters RftsfAuhiiJ-i4, llo " New Brunswick Ave, Pure food; the very best home cooked: popular prlcea Regular dinner. IIol DRESSMAKING - MILLINERY ELITE SCHOOL — Designing, Dries making, Mtlltnery. Enter any time. Bend for Catalog. TO HaTsey Bt„ Newark. FAÈHIONAIH.Ï 1>R>.H8MAKING done at your home by the day. etreet, afternoon and evening dresses. Previous experience, 9 years In New York. Address P. O. Box ill. HORSES, CARRIAGES, ETC. FOR BALE—Grey team of horses, rea sonable price. Inquire 308 New Brunswick Ave. fll UIHWICH Λ V W. TWO GOOD work horses, very cheap.' Wnalen's Grocery, Oak Shades, Mata· wan Township, N. J. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE C. H. Thorn, 103 Gordon St. Perth Amboy, N. J HAS Λ HALF MILLION DOLLARS WORTH OF PROPERTIES FOR BALI IN THIS CITY FORDS, METUCHEN AND WOODBRIDGE CALL AND SEE HIM BEFORE BUYING ELSEWHERE. CARSON AVE. — Four room houae water and toilet; lot 26 χ 150; prlo 11,400. CONVERT PLACE—Seven room houae water and toilet; lot 26 χ 100; prie ♦ 8,000: mortgage 91,500. EABT AVE.—2 family, 14 room house rent· for $35 monthly; price 13,900 ti quick buyer. Caah required $800. MARKET ST. dwelling, 12 room·, elec trio light, laundry in cellar, cemen cellar floor, all poaalble Improve menta, lot 48*132, situated betweei King and Hobart St. Price $10,000 ti quick buyer. NEVILLE ST.—Two family houae. 11 rooms, all improvements; lot 80 * 121 running through to Button fit. Prlci $4,000 to quick buyer, 6 per cent jmortgage. NETW 9 room house, all modern im provomenta, on Mechanio St., neai Catholic church, $7,000; part caah. SMITH ST. — Barguln; two famll] brick houae, 12 rooma, lot 185 χ 228 will aell to a quick buyer'for $14,000 Caah required $5,000. FARMS FOR SALE NEAR MATAWAi 60 ACRE FARM, all tillable, level land food houae and outbulldlnga; prlci Γ.Ο0Ο. ACRE OF GROUND In Matawan; li room houae, barns, houae part Im provements; on trolley line. $4,000 $2,000 caali required. 40 ACRE FARM, 10 room houae, largi barn. Price $3,600. Caah required $1,800. FIVE ACRES of woodland; good »!z« timber. $250 buys it. 182 ACRE FARM, 90 acres tillable, 15 room houae and an 8 room houae large barns, wagon aheda, garage and other buildings. This la one of the flne3t farms In the county and a big money maker; buildinga and land In A-l condition. Price only $16,000; cash needed $7,600. «0 ACRE FARM, all tillable, largi brick houle, 12 rooms, barn, wagon house and other neceaary buildinga. $10.600. Cash required, $5,000. Also 10 acres of woodland, $36 per aore. 46 ACRE FARM, 30 acres tillable; seven room house, largo barns. Price $0,600. Cash required $3,000. CHEK9EQUAKE 80 ACRES of farm, land; price $1,600. No reasonable offer refused. Ç. H. THORN, ;5s Gordon St. ΗΛΝ8 NIELSEN CO., 19β Smith St.. Perth Amboy, N. J. BUILDING LOTS right In the center of Woodbrldge near the corner of Main St., Berry St., Woodbrldjte and Rail way Ave». Price only 1100 each and upwards. 10 per cent cfish down, bal ance In monthly payment·. NEW TWO-STORY brick, two family house, containing 10 rooms, 2 baths, all improvements. Have copper gut ters and leaders. Plrce«only $3,600. RESIDENCE on Groom Bt., 6 rooms and bath, gas and electrlo light; $2,600. RESIDENCE On Lewis St., 7 rooms, brick building:, part Improvements. (4.000. FARM containing about X acre of (round, seven room house, fine shade And fruit trees, located on Florida Grove Road. Price only $2,B00. FARM containing 7 acres, near Fords, about 200 fruit trees; house with 7 room·: $4,600. INSURANCE In all Its branches; most liberal policies, at lowest rates. RESIDENCE on Water St., overlooking Rarltan Bay; brick building; II room· bath and shower bath: gas, electrlo lights, steam heat; a large lot, space for driveway. Sacrlflce price; easy terms. HAN» SIHI.8KS CO. 116 Smith Bt. Perth Amboy. FACTORY or cottage sites, 1,600 feet Îrenting Pennsylvania railroad be ween Woodbrldge and Edgar sta tion·; avenues made: all or part of 160 lots. Apply Schulte, 29 Stratford Pl., Newark. ONE and two-family dwellings; small cash payments. M. H. Maasen, 149 New Brunswick Ave, two CONNECTING rooms! furnished for housekeeping. 48 Woodruff Pi. TOTTENVILLB FOR SALE to close an e»tate—Four houses, 6 rooms each, some improve ments. concrete cellars and side walks; $1,800 each to quick pur chaser. Located $ minutes from ferry and station. B. William», Tot tenvllle. Ν. Y. ' KEANSBT1RG "GRANVILLE PARK" a 20-acre park iif beautiful maples and oaks front ng for 1,800 feet on Rarltan Bay and 'ordered by Government Park; well tept ana laid out with gravel roads ana concrete sidewalks; adjoins board walk; private dock for bathing, fishing and Boating; running water, S:a·, electrlo. Your last opportunity ο acquire shore front property at evelopment prices Why not Invest and build? Lots $200 and up on very easy terms. Morrlsey & Walker. Keansburg. KEANSBURG KEANSBURG — *1,000 cash buys 24 room boarding house, located 6 min utes from station and trolley to beach; beautiful plot of Η acre on Oorner. Fruit, flowers and shade trees. Fully furnished. Dishes, linen, and piano. Produces $1,200 to $1,600 - Il " — gorrisey & and piano. Produces $1,2< a year. Sacrlflce, $8,600. Wajker, Ino,. Keansburg. BIÎILDîNQ Lots adjoining Perth Am boy City line; orioe only $40 each. Hans Nielsen Co., 196 Smith St, Perth Amboy. FOR SALE—Small farm containing one acre of ground: almost new seven toora bouse, hot air furnace; large arn, other outbuilding·; looated Bear Perth Amboy city line. Pries only $8,000, Easy terms. Hans Nlel ji^n^Co.. lit Smith St., Psrth Amboy, FOR SALE—Six room house, improve ments; a nice little home. Apply at premises. 61 Freeman St., wood bridge. N. J, FOR SALS—Grocery store and bunga low, cheap. Apply Bristol Lunch, Keyport. FOR BALE—Two house· in Sewaren. Inquire News olBce. HOt-'âii for sale. 10 rooms with bath all improvements; lot 120 feet front Good garage on place. Can be seer at any time. Apply 7787 Amboj Road, Toitenville. LOT on Madison Ave., near Patersor St.. it ι 180; driveway in rear; sacrl See for $1,616. Terms, Alpern & Co. :arltun Bldg. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE CATALPA AVE—Two family fram« ^louie, all Improvements; price 18,000 A bargain. Fraser Bros., 194 Smith street. ; BROAD ST., between State and High Sta,—2 family frame liouee, lot 25* 100. Price'ft,tOO. Fraser Bros., 194 Bmlth 8t COMPTON AVE.—Two lots, each 25 χ 100. Price f400. Fraser Bros, 194 Bmlth St i COMPTON AVE.—2 family stucco 1 house, lot 25 χ 100. A bargain. Fra aer Bro·., 194 Smith St. ; DIVISION ST.—Two family frame house. Price 13, B00. R&nt f40 per month; a bargain. Fraser Bros., 194 ; Smith St. GRANT ST.—Five room frame house, fine condition. Price $2,450. Fraser ; Bros.. 194 Smith St ■ ÏÏKÎH ST.—Double frame · house, 7 rooms and bath each side, 50 χ 125. Price f7,500. Rent f60 per month. Fraser Bros., 194 Smith St. JEFFERSON ST. — Two family frame \ house, all Improvements, steam heat, Sas, electric. Price f6,800. Fraser ros. 194 Smith St. KEARNY AVE.—7 rooih house, all lm provements. Prie· f7.000. Fraser Bros.. 194 Smith St. LAWRIB ST.—Six room frame house, all Improvements. Price $2,400, Fra ser Bros., 194 Smith St. DOT on Market St., near Meade St., 25 X 100. Price only fl,250 to quick buyer. Fraser Bros., 194 Smith St. MADISON AVE.—Two family brick house, all Improvements, steam heat, b^at location. Price f7,000. Fraaer Bros.. 194 Smith St. MADISON AVE.—Frame houee, 7 rooms and bath; lot 25x150; price f5,150. Fraaer Bros,, 194 Smith St. NEVILLE ST.—Brick house, 5 rooms 3nd bath, all Improvements; price 4,200; a bargain. Fraser Bros., 194 mith St. PENN ST.—Frame house, 7 rooms and bath, all Improvements. Price f4,500. Fraser Bros., 194 Smith St. SHERMAN ST.—2 family frame house. 5 rooma and bath each floor, all Im provements. Price f 3,800. Rent 1884. Fraser Bros.. 194 Smith St. UWNÈR will sell brand new 7-room house with all modern Improve ments, on very easy terms; will be ready for occupancy In a week; lias automobile driveway. If you want to enjoy privilege of having real home, here (s your chance; located on Compton Ave. Highest and best Bpot In Aniboy. Inquire 183 Smith St. OWN YOUR HOME. Why pay rent? Housea can be bought on easy term·. ORAND VIEW, Near Fords, N. J. Fraser Bros., 194 Smith St. PROPERTY for sale, 120 ft. on paved street, 144 ft. along railroad prop erty, good chance for railroad con nection. Brick house on part of Sroperty. Apply P. Houborg, 439 teadman Place. TWO FAMILY brick and frame house on South First St., Improvements; lot ΤΑ χ 125; will sell for $5,000; easy erma. Alpern & Co.. Rarltan Bldg. THROW AWAY TOUR RENT RECEIPT Buy this modern 6-room liou'e with bath and all latest Im provements, on plot 60 χ 100. Land enough to raise your own vegetables and chickens. Prie· only $2,700. $2,000 may be left on mortgage. $800 or less cash down; bal ance monthly until $700 la paid; then you own your home. No more landlords; no more worries. Address OWNER, Care Perth Amboy Evening News. FOR SALE OR TO LET FACTORY BUILDING. 25 * 7S ft. for aale at half price, or to let Also four building lota near city Una for aale. inquire Perth Amboy Bulldlnc and Real Estate Corporation, SI* Amboy Ave. TRY OS NOW If YOU WANT QUICK ACTION ) SellinK I AU IN 5 Buying J Kind· of ) Renting ) Property I. KREIEL8HEIMER * BON. We Sail LOU 111 Smith Bt . METUCHEN " NEW HOUSE for aale, » room·, Im provements, large lot, $280 caah; bal ance Ilk· rent Dinnebeil Bros.. Inc., builders. IDEAL HOMES AT A BARGAIN ' For Sale or Rent. MODERN, up-to-date, all Improve ments, 5 and β rooms, plot 50 x 100, foyer hall, living room, dining room, three bedrooms, kitchen, tiled bath room, porcelain fixtures, hot air fur nace, gas. electricity. COMMUTERS· CONSTRUCTION CO., On premises. Maple Ave., near Main St., Metuchen, N. J. IN METUCHEN, Building Plots for Mile on easy terms; call and see ua. Houses built tf order anywhere; May payments. Olnnebell Bros.. Inc., builders. WQODBRIDGB _ FOR BARGAINS In real estate see J. H. Concannon, Are insurance and real estate. Woodbrldge, N. J. BICYCLES, SUPPLIES, ETC. A CLOSING OUÏ SALE Miami bicycles 1 at $18.10; regular price $2β. Tires at Il.lt; regular $2. Mechanlk, !5( State St. SPECIAL S ALB on Black Diamond Bicycles. Bicyclea bought and ex changed; tires, supplies, expert r· palrlng. Felnsteln. 887 State St. POULTRY, supplies, etc. I PURE BRED Rhode Island Leghorn duck and turkey eggs for sale. Call Jesperson, opposite trolley station, CUflwood, N. J. AUTOMOBILES, TIRES, ETC. ABSOLUTELY your money back and Si to boot If our repairs blow out. Steam vulcanizing. Let George do it. Goodyear Tire Service Station. Free air. Tel: shop. 1473; residence, 1546. Smith and High St.. Per Mi Amboy. AUTOMOBILE TRUCK for «ale. wttli Β passenger body; clock, speedometer, shield, etc. Get New York prices first. Price only $200, or will ex change for lot. Demonstration any where. Rubrlght'e Garage, 261 Maple •tréet. AUTOMOBILE TRUCK for sale with 5 passenger body; any demonstration. >200. Rubrlght'e. 268 Maple St. I APEX TIRES, fully "guaranteed 8B00 miles 80 χ 3H, N. 8.. 116-30. Howe Red Tubes. Melbourne A Rltter, S3 Smith St. AUTO OWNERS, REPAIR MEN OARAGE MEN CHAUrFEURB! "WHY BUT NEW PARTS? We wreck automobiles and sell the serviceable parts, saving you from 60 to 75 per cent, on PARTS for NEARLY ALL MAKE of CARS WHY PAY MORE? You may need some of the following repair parts, supplies or accessories: Mdtors, Transmissions, Rear Axles, , Front Axles Radiators, Magnetos, Carbureters, Storage Batteries, Gener ators, Wheels, Steering Gears, Presto Lite Tanks, Shock Absorbers, Universal Jointe, Coils, Manifolds, Lamps, Bear ings, Oilers, Cylinders, Pistons, Crank shafts, Camshafts, Tires, Tubes, Gaso line Tanks, Electric Horns, Hand Horns, Tire Pumps, Jacks, Tops, Bodies, Crank Handles, Gears, Radiator Caps, Hum Caps, Chains, Lamp, Tire and Presto Brackets, Tool Boxes, Battery Boxes, Mufflers, Radiator Fane, Cush ions. Clocks, Lenses, Mirrors, Muffler Cut-Outs, Vacuum Tanks. Speedomet ers. Grease Cups. Gas Piping, Etc., Btc. Bolts, Nuts and Small Parts free of charge KLEIN'S AUTO W/tECKINO SHOP. 186 Fayette St. Tel. 1S5. OUR GUARANTEE: Quickest Possible Service Only Good, Serviceable Parts. Satisfaction or Money Back. A NEW FORD Never completed until 6 Firestone de mountable rims with rings, that can be used as Q. D. S. S. or Clincher, 4 wheels, 5 standard tires, 6 tubes ex changed for $60. Dellcn Cord Tires, 7,500 miles. These are best for long runs. Hudson Tire Co., 269 Halsev Stv New ark, N. J. Open Sunday until 1 p. m. BARGAIN—Ford non skid tires. 80 x 3U, 110.49; 30 χ 3, $7.75. Kelly & McAllnden Co. JBILLY'S TIRÉ SHOP—Tires and tubes vulcanized, all work guaranteed or money back; low prices; free air. Martin's Garage, 145 New Brunswick Ave. Tel. 220. COLE, Liberty, Cadillac, Hudson, Reo, Buick, National, Franklin, Jeffrey, Willys-Knight, Dodge, Velie, Chal mers, Marlon, Regal and many oth ers, ranging in price from $150 to $1,250. Among tnem tourings, runa bouts, roadsters, coupes, sedans, lim ousines. Wallace Motor Car Co., J. W. Gifford, Used Car Manager, 554 Broad St, Newark, Ν. «T. Tel. 9480 Market. FORD CAR for sale, very cheap. 4 20 Mechanic St. FORD DELIVERY, panel body, 1916 model, as good as new. Sell cheap to quick buyer. Auto Repair Shop, Freneau. N. J. HIGHEST PRICES PAID for your old I cars In any condition; running or not. Drop postal and I will call. M. Per mison. 197 Barclay St.. Newark. LIQUID VENEER—The reliable polish. In new size for automobile use, 11.25 per quart, with spray. Apex tires. Auto supplies. Melbourn & Rltter, 53 Smith St. 1 REO and 1 Alien automobile for sale. 208 Sheridan St. 1914 HUDSON SIX, 7. passenger, good condition, $450. Inquire 220 Yetinan Ave.. Tottenvlile. 1912 HUDSON automobile. Inquire Ï. K. Martin, New Brunswick Ave. WANTED CANOB WANTED. Address stating price, eto. "Ο. N·." care News. OLD FALSE TBBTH wanted. Don't matter if broken. I pay $1.00 to $10 per set. Send by parcel post and re ceive check by return mall. L. Mu ter, 2007 S. Fifth St.. Philadelphia, Pa. REAL*ESTATE WANTED WE HAVE inquiries for acreage for de velopment and factory sites. If you have any that might suit address Burton Thompson & Company, 10 Wall St.. New York City. ROOMS WANTED WANTED—Three or four rooms, mod erate rent, centrally located. Write to 8. S. P., care News. REAL ESTATE AGENTS ALEXANDER KOSBNB. ! Insuranci Real Estate and insurance Room 201, Rarltan Building. Perth Amboy. Tel. 17TT. Automobile ^Llahîiif *"'Γ· Insu Ane· In.uran^r«e,Car t5-c*5? [«.ni I st- Tel. 1861 -J. J»cob». ijg jtete J BOARDING ROOM AND BOARD WANTED FURNISHED ROOM and board by lady with 16 year old daughter, for mm- f mer months. Address "E." care News. MONEY TO LOAN TO LOAN .$1,000 to «16.000 on bond· I and mortgage. Jacob R. Lefferts. Matawan. N. J. WE HAVB MONEY to Invest on bond and mortgage. Alpern & Co., 206-7-1 JtsjMtanejMd^^PgrUi^mboy^j^J^^ IN CHANCERY OP NEW JERSEY To Isaac H. Slegeli By virtue of an order of the Court of Chancery of New Jersey, made on the day of the date hereof, in a cause wherein Fanny Slegel Is petitioner and you are the defendant, you are re quired to appear and answer the pe titioner's petitlo.n, on or before the ninth day of July next, or In default thereof such decree shall be taken as the Chancellor shall think equitable and just. The said petition 1· filed against you to obtain a divorce and a dissolution of the marriage between you and the said petitioner on 'the ground of wilful, continued and obsti nate desertion for a period of at least two years next before the filing of the petition in said cause. Dated May 8th,1917. J. A. KIERNAN, ESQ., Solicitor of Petitioner, Post Office Address SI Broad Street, Elisabeth, N. J. 10987-5.-12-6t-oew-Sat BUSINESS PERSONALS AUTO and COMMERCIAL, BODIES PERTH AMBUT Auto Body Co., . 8»i State St. Builder· of automobile, truck and delivery bodies, painting and general repairing. FRANK HUDA, 46» Division St., build er of automobile truck bodies an4 wagons; repairs of all description·; rubber tiring a specialty. . LAP BLANKETS SUMMER BLANKETS and lap spread* for wagons and automobiles; trave lling bags and valises. Clausen Λ Johnson, 142 New Brunswick Ave. HORSESHOEING ^ 7 J. J. DEVENY, horseshoer. Lame an4 Interfering horsei «hod the moat ap proved way; experienced norkmtth ■ 18B N. Bruna. Ave. Telephunu 885. t JUNK DEALERS HIGHEST PRICES paid for newa and mixed paper, rags, acrap Iron, metal, rubber and rope. B. Sher, 182 Pater son Ht. Tel. 108-W ïtINK DEALERS , _ HARRY GOLDBERG, New Brunawiclj Ave. and L. V. R. It, paye higjie·» price* for houae rags, news ana fâlxed paper, acrap Iron, rubber ana metal. Telephone 7>t. LAP BLANKETS . AUTO SUMMER lap covera. for duet, • tc. Harness and leather goods; re. pairing. OuthofT, 188 New Brun». wick Ave. , MASONS' MATERIALS c. * a Co. _ Maeon·' Material Prompt Service Telephone 144· Seaman St. MACHINE WORK PERTH AMBOY Foundry and Machine Co., 420-428 Washington 8t. All kind· of foundry and machine worm attended to. Phone 2*7. SECOND HAND FURNITURE FURNITURE second hand, bought ι «pld. J. Scher. «-» and 841 Smith WAGONS ANI1 HARNESS VAN PELT Λ KINSEY — Studebakef wagon· and harne·». Repository, 487 Amboy Ave. Store house, 3(7 Ν. B. Ave.. Perth Amboy. Tel. it. „ Γ WALL PAPER and PAINTS BI3 \rARIETY of wall paper, pa'nUL oils and varnishes. We have what rou wan'. In these line·. Koch, 174 _ Slate St. WALL PAPSft OUR NEW STOCK of wall paper if one of the largest and best seleo· tlon· In town. A. Kass. 811 State By PANTS "TAILOR WE MAKE TROUSERS on short no tice. f-uarantee fit: all kind· material, latest styles, reasonable. New Yorlg Pants Tailor. 346-A State St. FOR SALE A COMPLETE LINE of ^osts for fenof in8. grape vine·, clothe· poles, fence; all kinds of lumber, wi board β, roofing and sewer pipe. Bo ensen'e. Say re Ave. Phone 1669. BED, white enamel, full size, standard spring·, cotton felt two-piece mat·· tress. 153 Lewis St. BOOKCASE and library table. Inqulrf Mrs. J. "Waldreaon, Arthur Kill Road and Bentley St.. Tottenville. BOILER and engine, 40 h.p.; cheap; Ici quick. 261-A King St. CHIFFONIER, 86; practically newt white enamel bed with springs and mattress, 86; qu il te $1 up, eprlnjç couches and rant resses, never been used, $4. Lincoln House, 286 Amboy Ave.. Metuchen. FOR SALE) very cheap, an Alaska gVoi cer'e bo* In perfect condition. Apply to Q. Straub. South Amboy. FRESH EELS for sale, received dalltff also clams, wholesale and retail. J. A* Cochrane'» Sons Oyster Co., Front Bt. near Gordon. Tel. 1816. OAS RANGE, new, wortlx |16, for $T5T Inquire 408 Hall Ave. MOTOR BOAT for sale; new; 27 X 7 ft beam. John Jensen, 161 Willlanl St., Tottenville. r NAILS, PIPE VALVES, fittings, eta," carload or single piece. Perth Am-· boy Hardware Co. OIL STOVB for sale. New Perfect! blue flame, three burner, with ov First class condition, 261 Meade upstairs. PAINTS AND BRUSHES, complete lln* highest grade. Perth Amboy Ilara* ware Company. riGRONS for sale; all kinds. Call Sat· urday evening or Sunday. 398 East Ave. REGXNA electrlo bargain Richard _ Pleasant Plains. 1 ilectrio piano, good condition? to quick buyér. Inquir# Cardiff, 6860 Amboy Roaa. i Plains. SAVE MONBT. We sharpen all kind! of rasor blades on electric macHinl. Perth Amboy Hardware Co. SELLING OUT, complete stock of seai ond hand bicycles; all leading makes) $8 up. 381 Market St. SHOW CASES and wall case for salef reasonable, 888 State St. STEREOTYPE ΜΑΤ» for sale. 100 *0$ 60 cents; excellent for lining barns, poultry houses, etc. Evening New». 106 PER CENT. PUTT Β — What? 81m* men's Luxury Bread. Health ^nd strength In evety slice. At all stores. It oents. 27-FOOT BOAT with 11 h.p. engin· and reverse gear, complete, for sal· cheap. Call 11» Catalpa Ave. , WAR I WAR! I WAR!!! W# have killed the old saylnff, ^There Is bjg profit in paln^." We have cut the regular deal· ' If. L« ri JPL-^. er's profit In half. Let Ua prove It. Only one cent jL pound profit on some palnf, Look In our window for price» on brushes and then comparé with others. Ten per cent, dl·* count on Saturdays. Comegya Bros,, 224 Smith St. INSTRUCTIONS THE TOTTEN "Progressive" School of music, voice culture, piano lnstruc* tlon; complete education in -musl& Normal course, diplomas. Madam· Totten, Professor of Music, Telephone 1097-M, Tottenville. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES** GOOD OPENING for tailor to do pre»··' lng and cleaning. Low rent. None )η town. Write J. Murphy, Cranbury, ïi J. NOTICR. All persons concerned may take notice,. that the Subscriber, admlnls· tratrlx etc., of John G. Garretson, de ceased, Intends to exhibit her final ao« count to the Orphan's Court for th· County of Middlesex, on Friday, th· twenty-second day of June, 1817, at 10 fc. m., In the Term of April, 1817, for settlement and allowance; the same being first audited and stated by thè Surrogate. Dated May 18. 1917. ANNA W. GARRETSON, 11148-i-H-St-oew-S Administratrix. THAT SON-IN-LAW OF PA'S. 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