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council minutes.
Proceeding* of the lloard Of AldtFnc·
•f the Ctty of Perth Amhur, N. J,
JUNE 18th, 1017.
Regular meeting of the Council of
-ih»_Clty of Perth Amboy, Ν. .Γ., held
•^T™!1 'P"*l "t>*AlT. The member» present
Kiihr. Tfititfj.
"■"Nml^reen, Clark end Alderman-At
Lurge Crouse.
On motion the reading: of the min
utes of the meeting of June 4tU was
dispensed with, and the minutes ap
proved Λ» profited.
- --- Ar-leyftr from Henry A. Maurer In re
"""" gard to the proposed opening of Han
eon avenue was received and ordered
Ϊ laced on file, and the Engineer ordered
ο make a map showing what require
ment» the City Is asking for, and for
ward the same to the Estate of Henry
Maurer.
A communication from William C.
Forth in regard to locating an oyster
business at the foot of Commerce street
was received and referred to the Com
mittee· on Public Orounds and Build
ings and Streets and Sewers.
A communication from Alpern & Co.
In regard to posttn* notice concerning
th* Compensation Law was received
and the Clerk instructed to post said
notice.
A petition signed by Rasmus Hansen
and eleven others to establish a grade
on Amboy Avenue from Myrtle Street
north to the road leading to Maurer,
also to work said grade, set curbstones,
etc., was received and rererrod to the
Committee on Streets and Sewers.
A request from Andro Palochko to
Îave his fence fixed, which was thrown
own during the construction of the
tall Avenue bridge, was received ftnd
referred to the Committee on Streets
and Sewers.
A request of Garfield Engine Com
pany for exemption certificate for
He-nry*>i(flyman was received and re
ferred to ale Committee on Pire.
The Committee on Judiciary, to
whom had been referred the applica
tion of Stephen Palewzklewica for the
position of constable of the Sixth
Ward, recommended that his petition
on motion adopted.
The Committee on Judiciary recom
mended that renewal of Junk liceuoee
be granted to Harry Goldberg and Jul
ius Levlne, which recommendation wan
on motion adopted.
The Comptroller having audited tUe
following bille:
Pay Roll· June ISlH
Îalary ......f 470.85
treets and Sewers 1,593.93
oltce ........... ·...»· 2,164.48
ire . · ·
amps and Lights
arks
arbor
Foil ce
Jas. L·. Braidwood
Frank Van Syckle
Mulllns Spring Water Co. ...
L«ul# Karkus Sten. Agency ..
Hllsdorf & Romond
Y. F. Therkelsen & Hon
Axel J. Falkenstrom
Public Service Electric Co. .·
Ν. T. Telephone Co
Blizabeth Hardware Co. .. . *.
Λ. P. Deltche . ·
Peter Larsen
Street» noil Se were
Axel J. Falkenstrom
P. A. Hardware Co
Axen Press «
ïhos. Langan Lumber Co. ...
Standard (Ml Co
Hyman Dorts
Fetor Larson
G. 8. Thompson
Melbourne tit Bitter .........
Adoiph Koyen
Eolitgh valley R. R
HIizabeth Hardware Co. ·...·
feet
S. Metnzer
ο·. L. Klein
rfnk Van 8yckle
•ter Hansen
tore Banko
itna C. Widerstrom
eo. Goldberger
Fire
lotis Madsen .·.·
Flno
W. Peterson & Co
arl Miller
rank Van Syckle
, ft Meade
, A. Hardware Co
ab. Serv. Eiec. Co
[lEabeth Hardware Co
A'.orf^-La.Rue Co
jàrl Dressier .
vwm, Clemensen
-Λ**· 8. Thompson
Larsen
rtDad· anrf Bvlldfofi
Un's Spring Water Co. -.
. L. Braidwood
|>l!c Service Elec. Co. .....
DftttlfCBt
rt I4on »...
Nellie Davis 10.00
Palace Hotel 12.00
Arthur Murlsh 9.00
P. A. Hardware Co 1.00
Ν. Y. Telephone Co * 45.58
A. Cazavan 20.00
Brandie» Taxi Service 3.50
John Hanson, Jr. »... 26.45
A. Cazavan 3.28
Leo Goldberger 82.56
C Perk mi
,,,2Γ1,ϋ#Ρι*' Market f· ·*■"
Pennsylvania R. R. *Z*5Î
The Mosquito 3.00
lire Alarm and Police Cell
Mai·*.
Western Blectrlo Co. In. ....» l.eb
P. A. Hardware Co .TO
Lampa and Ltffhta
Lehigh Valley R. R. Γ 10.00
P. A. City Water Works 2.11
Am boy Lighting Co 4.85
Frank Van Syckle 1.25
|N. Y. Telephone Co » 11.20
ι Elizabeth Hardware Co. .·«·· ®·8β
[Standard Oil Co 2.55
I Peter Larsen 2.20
Llddle & Pfelffer 186.75
I Stutc St. Sewer N·. Ext.
A B. Smith 26.00
Printing and Stationery
Axen Press 13.50
The Mosquito 12.00
Excavation Fermi ta
Jacob Vltroll «· 615
Library
P. A. Public Library 1.931.25
Harbor Hoard
Kelly & McAllnden 8 00
P. A. City Water Works .... 60.43
State St. Part., Smith to
L V. H. n.
James S. Wight 50.00
Bridge Approach
Wm. Petty 4.50
John Cluney 43.50
and the following surveyof'6 esti
mate having been presented:
j Certificate No. 5 AI
$1,304.00 ~ June 15. 1917.
To the Council of Perth Amboy:
This is to certify that under the
terms of contract for work upon State
Street Sewer Extension, Itohr &. Poul
sen. contractors for same, are entitled
to the fifth payment amounting to thir
teen hundred and four dollars.
Estimate
948 ft of 15 In. vitrified pipe
sewer $1,109.16
et Λ m* _ » -tci— τ — ι
at $3.37 2,260.38
β manholes at $32 192.00
5 receiving basin» at $85 425.00
1,200 ft. 12 In. vitrified pipe
sower at $1.30 1,560.00
$5,546.54
Leas 10 per cent 554.65
$4,991.8»
Less previous payments 3,587.89
Amount due June 15th.l»l7 ..$1,304.00
MORGAN F. I.ARSON, Engineer.
Approved:
W. C. Wilson
Chris Andersen .
warrants were ordered drawn for the |
[several amounts.
The following· report of the Street
Commissioner: June 15, 1917.
The Hon. Mayor and Council of the
City of Perth A in boy, N. J.
Enclosed find bill for work and ma
terials for repairing Smith and State
Streets for the months of April and
May as per my Instructions for the ac
count of the Watson Flagg Engineer
ing Co. Yours respectfully,
A. F. MTJNOZ, Street Commissioned. |
Watson Flagg Kngineerlng Co.
To City of Perth Amboy, N. J., Dr.
To 660 3 In. χ 8 in. creosoted
wood paving blocks at 6c ....$ 33.00
To 4198 2 In. asphalt blocks at 7c 289.66
To 14 yds. sand at $1.75 24.50
To 83 bags cement at 65ο 45.65
To 3 % yds. stone at $3.80 8.76
To Labor. 608 hours at 35o 212.80
To Teams, 79 bra at 75o ...... 59.25
$678.01
was presented, and referred to the Col
lector of Revenue for collection, the
amount when collected to be turned in
to the Streets and Sewers Account.
The following report of the Street]
Commissioner:
June 15, 1917.
Mr. Jens Rohr, Dr., to City of Perth
Amboy, Dept. Streets and Sewers.
March 23, 1917—To replacing
pavement Smith and Front.... $18.26 j
May 15, 1917—To replacing pave
ment 162 High St 11.60
June 13, 1917—-To replacing pave
ment Smith and Hobart 33.30
$•4.16
was presented, and referred to the Col
lector of Revenue for collection, the
amount when collected to be turned in
to the Streets and Sewers Account.
The following report of the Street
Commissioner;
June 16. ItlT.
J. F. Burns, To Dept. of Street· and
Sewers, City of Ferth Amboy.
For replacing pavement 406-406 ;
Washington St. «T... .$18.06
wan presented, and referred to the Col
ector of Revenue for collection, the
imoant when collected to be turned In
to the Street» and 8ewers Account.
The following· report of the City
Slectriciant
June IS, 1917.
Γο the Hon. Mayor and Board of Al
dermen.
_<3eRtlein»R—Tin -fettewlffg· la Bijr r»
>ort for the month of May, 1917.
Electrical Inspection Dept.
^ermlts granted 51
rinal certificate» issued ........ 54
tough wiring certificate» ...... IS
Γβ·β collected $112.80
Fire Alarm System.
β alarm» received over this system, 1
!rom the police station transmitter.
Police Call System.
1,280 report call» received over this
system.
Respectfully submitted.
JAY B. FRANKE, City Electrician.
A^as presented and ordered filed.
The following report of the Sinking
Fund Commission:
June 4, 1917.
Γο the Hon. Board of Aldermen,
City of Perth Amboy, New Jersey.
Gentlemen;
By virtue of appointment by the
Honorable Mayor and confirmed by
your Honorable Board at the regular
meeting held May 7, 1917, the under
signed. each having qualified before
the City Clerk, met at City Hall May
14, 1917, at 8 p. m. and organized as the
Sinking Fund Commission of the City
of Perth Amboy, In accordance with
Chapter 218 P. L. Law» of New Jersey.
The following officers were duly
elected:
President. William H. Grlswold,
Tieasurer, Ferd. Garretson.
Secretary, O. J. Morgenson.
The Sinking Fund casn taken over {
from the outgoing sinking fund com- [
mission on May il. 1917. consisted oft
bank balances in the amount of οης
hundred eighty-four thousand six hun
dred forty-nine and 87-100 dollars
(1184,649.87), and which was certified
to by the following bank» as being on
deposit to the credit of the Sinking
Fund Account on that date:
The First National Bank— |
OaDAral sinkin» ffnni Api» I1â7 UûA SA I
Perth Amboy Truat Co.—
Water Sinking: Fund Aco., 2,0*0.80
P. A. Saving® Institution—
Water Sinking Fund Acc. 14,567.77
Total Cash ... .f 164,649 07
The further assets belonging to the
Sinking Fund, and turned over to this
commission, consisted of bonds, certifi
cates and temporary instruments con
tained in a safety deposit box at the
Perth Amboy Trust Company, the con
tents of whloli we examined and \
checked up and found to amount to t
two hundred sixteen thousand elgt>'.
hundred forty dollars ($21β,840.00) ^nd
of which amount forty-five thoi'^and
five hundred dollars ($4ίί,500.00> was
found to consist of unsigned instru
ment·.
The total Sinking Fund assets taken
over by this commission, therefore, are
as fpllows: j
Cash 9184,649 37
Bonds, etc 211,840.00
Total $401,489.97 |
Respectfully submitted,
(Signed)
W. H. G HIS WOLD,
• FKRD. GARHETSON,
FRANK DORSKY.
FRED HANSEN.
O. J. MORGKNS0N.
Winking Fund Commission of
the City of Perth Amboy.
was presented, and ordered entered In
the minutes.
The financial reports of the City Of
ficers for the month of May, as follow·: ι
Statement of Collections Hade by the ;
Collector of Rnvenee
Dsrlai the Month of May* 1917·
To Sinking Fund:
Taxes for years previous to
1915 $ 419.5·
Tax·· tor 1915 998.00
Taxe· for 1916 46,828.5t
I 47,646.08
Poll tax 268.00
Assessment·:
Water St. Pavt 291.00
High St. Pavt 3.759.00
Watson Ave. Pavt 2,219.80
Oak St. Pavt.. Smith to Ν. B.
Ave *73.00
Smith St. Pavt., C. R. R. West 90.00
Fayette St Pavt 57.50
Fayette St. Pavt., State to
Ν. B. Ave 177.00
Brighton Ave. Pavt., Gordon
to Lewie 1,799.80
First St. Pavt 433 26
Amboy Ave. Pavt. 151.60
Catalpa Ave. Pavt 200 00
Commerce St. Pavt 447.60
Mechanto St. Pavt, Wash
ington to Buckingham «.. 100.00
Sidewalks 13.00
Sewer and Water Conn. ..., 69.90
Ambojr A»·, sewer
IJadelt 1*1. uvit
Brodhead PI. sewer
Sherman St sewer .
Kennedy & Pacific Ave. «ewer
Water et. «ewer
Mary BU grain
14.41
moo
« t.u
(•.1*
10.00
71.»
ιο.βο
t t0.4M.44 j
I B8.ST3.5J
interest on taxes and as
sessed liens | 688.24 I
interest on bank depoalt ..·· ILit |
I 59,083.02
135 50 '
U».··
ββ.00
m.o»
mut
40.00
153.00
liS.M
122.80
44.30
«TS.ll
428.0»
.ai
| 3.626.44
rotai Collections $ 82.709.40
By paid to the City Treasurer 63,700.44
Perth Amboy. N. J., May »X 1»17.
Β/Β. WiUCBR,
City Collector of Revenue.
To Qeneral Account!
Miscellaneous Licenses ,
Recorder's Fines .......
Poor Account
Board of Health Aocount
Harbor Board
Bxcavation Permit* ....
f»arks
Market Fees
Slectrlclan's Fees
Scale Fees
BuiUling I'"ees
Itreets and Bewers
Contingent Telephone Com,
Statement ef CellacttMs
City Clerk during the
May, 1917.
Balance Apr. 80. 1917 ...
11 saloon licenses
1 hotel license
7 bottling licenses
2 transfers
4 billiard licenses
hr the I
of
84,781.60
4,950.00
450.00
1,050.00
100.00
40.00
6,590.00
Total of Collections ........ I 6,51
Perth Amboy, N. Jv June l»t. 1(17.
JOHN HANSON, JR.. City Clerk.
Statement of city Tiun;
f« «he Unit of May, *1
OENKRAL ACCOUNT.
11 saloon licenses $
1 hotel license
2 transfers
7 bottling licenses
4 bllllardllcensea ..........
ν
Received of the Clerk of the
District Court:
Fees Collected during month
of May
F'^l-'ea of the Collector of
Revei.'ie:
Miscell&nt» '«» License*
Recorder'* tines
Building Fees
Electrician's Fen
Excavation Permit·
Harbor Board
Market Fees
Scale Fees
Board of Health Account ...
8. & S. Aoct. frcm VTate»
Dept
& & S. Acct. from know re
moval
8. & S. Acct. from etrtit re
pairs
β. & S. Acct. from man hi»!»
covers
Telephone tolls, contingent..
Park Acct., sale bldgs
Park Acct. Rentals »
Poor Account
From Bd. Edu. Tel. Tolls ...
From Water Dept. Tel. Toll*
Contingent ΙΙ.βϊ
Temp. Loan Antic. Tax 1»1T. ΙΟ,Μβ,βΟ
Γ M.STJ.M
Paid Warrants on Acc. of
Balari·» I
Police
District Court ...»
Streets and sewers
Poor
rile Department
Public Grounds and Build
ings' Expense
Contingent
Lamps and Lights
Oarbage
Harbor Board
Health »
Fire Alarm
Hospital
Excavation Permits
Farmer·' Market
Printing
Parka ν
Bridge Approach
Polloe Pen. Fd. App »
Memorial Day App . ·
dpec. β. & S. Acc. State St.
Sewer
Spec. Β. Α β. Acr. Firat St.
Grade and Curb
Spec. & ft 8. Ace. Lewi· St
Grade and Curb .. 825.88
Bpac. S * a Acc. Paterson St.
Grade and Curb 1,119.64
Convery Place Pavt 124.8S
Bd. Education Acc. App. 191»·
XT ίβ,ΜΟ.ΟΟ
_ _ μλαπι at
UaJUoe may til at. IflTr on
deposit with Perth Amboy
Trust Co. , 4M82.85
. I 93,860.79
Perth Amboy, N. J.. Jan· 7. lflT.
FBRD. GARMTBOX,
Ctty Treasurer.
Statement ot the City Ttnmnr for
' ·« Μ·Τ. 1917.
BINKING FUND.
Balance April 36th. 1917 »13<M67.30
Received ot the Collector
of Revenue:
Taxes from year· prevlou· to
1915 » «9.60
Tax·· for 1915 398.00
Tax·· far 191» 46)8-28.58
Control ($47,648.#i) Poll Tax
Assessments:
Water St. Pavt. .............
High St. Pavt
Watson Ave. Pavt
Oak St. Pavt., Smith to Ν. B.
Ave
Fayette at. Part.
Smith Bt Part. C. R R. We»t
Brighton Ave. Pavt., Gordon
to Lewis
Fayette 8t Pavt., Stat· to
N. B. A*·. »
First St. Pavt »...
Amboy Ave. Pavt. ........f.
Catalpa Ave. Pavt
Commerce St. Pavt
Mechanic St. Pavt., Wash
ington to Buckingham ..,
Sidewalks
Oak Bt. SI * W Tape ......
Pens Bt. S. ft W. Tap· ...»,
First Bt. S. ft W. Taps
Amboy Ave. sewer, Hall to
Bt. Mary ·..·.
C-artek PL sewer ...»
Brodhead PL sewer ........
Sherman St. s«wer ..........
Kennedy A Paclflo Av·. sewer
Water Bt. sewer ...........
Mary St. grade
291.00
*759.00
Ï.Î1S.30
273.60
&7.50
90.00
1,798.89
in m
4 Sit 2 6
m.60
200.00
447.68
19&00
«00
«.so
26.00
<2.8(1
34.42
25.00·
89.83 I
66.28
10.00 ,
tt.iO ι
10.00
1 1A 1KQ 14
Interest on Tax·* and A»~
>hM LIim SM.24
Interest on Bank. Doostt ... 21.2β ,
Temp. Loan School Cert. Re
paid I 23,000.00
Total received trom th» Col
lector Μ,ΟίΧβί
Interest on Bank Deposit*
belonging
To fltuktse FqsA ...» »■ ■■ 450.82
To General Fund 54.74
45.43
To Educational Fund ...... 31.27
t S5.«47.38
(270,814.83
Paid. Improvemeet Bonds .. 1.290.M
Anticipation Bond» ·. Sff.ewkee
$ 36,200.00
Paid, Interest On
Improvement Bonds 54.00
St. Improvement Bonds ..... 1.7T7.50
School Bonds 2,547.50
Ftre Department Bonds ..... 337.50
bower Bond* 947.50
Anticipation Bonds ......... 1,487.50
t T,m.M
I 43, Wl.se
Baiance May 30th, ÎÎ17. on
Jepoett with 1st Natl. Bank 217.413.1»
»ΪΓ9.»Ιί.Μ
Partit Aaboy, ». χ. June 7 th, JWI.
ΙΈΒΟ. GAHRETSOX,
Cltjr Tr
irere presented, and ordered catered iJS
the muutta
Τ be Clerk reported that the Mayor
' returned approved: Resolution to
Ϊ pwchase Amacite for atreeta; resolu
■ tion to purchase typewriter for Comp
troller's office; resolution t» purchase
horses and harneee tor Street Depart
ment; resolution to perfect titles to
properties purchased for unpaid taxe»;
resolution to charge no fee for build
loir permit iClty Hospital) ; resolution
to cancel 151.30. 1911 tax against lots
S. ». block it: resolution to refer to
commissioner* for final: Compton Ave.
Sewer, Bingle St. Grading. Carlock Ave.
Grading, Colgate Ave. Grading, Morris
St. Grading, Barftan Avenue Grading:
resolution to award contract for prlnt
t»g annual statement to P. A. Evening
Rswtr whtch were ordered filed.
An ordinance entitled 'An ordinance
appropriating monoy for the use of the
Publia Schools" wajj talcen up on eee
oa* reading. pe-sed Trltheat s m end -
ment, taken up on tbtrd reading ana
Anal passage, and pini by tit* fol
lowing vote: Tea—WHaoa, Kelly, ΒΑ·
ker. Andersen, Clark. Crouee» Κay~
None. /
An ordinance entitled
to pave that part of *
Road lyinjç within the
the City fot Perth Amboy ruoniiae
?#cw;e7ro{?0?nVr, «wrTiiaB
pavement laid on a
taken up on second _ ^ _
without amendment, taken op. on. third,
reading and final paenge ami pegged
by the following: vote: T«a—Wîlson»
Kelly, Hliker, Andersen, Clark, Croisa*
Nay—None.
The following resolution by Mr.
Wilson t
Whereas, The North Amboy layeet
ment Company has submitted to the
Council of Perth Amboy for It» approv
al map entitled "Map of Property situ
ated in the City of Perth Amboy owned
by the North Amboy Inireatment Com
pany, eurveyed and divided t»to lots by
Mason & Smith, September Ml 18*16,"·
and showing portions of State Street*
Chauncey Street, Parker Street, PuHaa
kl Avenue, Central Place and. Gadek
Place; and has requested thoCouacfii to
approve the same,
Be It resolved, That the said atreeto 11
be and the samo are hereby approved, ι j
and the City Clerk is hereby authorised ί
to endorse the approval ot the dwiimfft |
upon one or- mere of the said maps and 1
forward the same to the Clerk Gt the, I
County of Middlesex, pursuant to pro- I
visions of Chapter 242 Law* of
Chapter 77 Laws of 191S, and Chapter 3
12 Laws of 1914.
was introduced, and adopted hy the fal
lowing vote: Yea—Wilson, Kelly, Ktl
ker, Andersen. Clara; Crotise. Nay—
None.
The followln# resolution hy Mr.
Hliker:
Whereas, la order to provide funds
for owrrent expenses for the fiscal year
beginning January 1, 1917. be \t
Resolved, That anticipation bonds in
the amount of Seventy-six thousand
four hundred and twenty-flve ($78,
425.00) dollars fa addition to the
amount heretofore authorized^ be Is
sued. tôat the said bonds to bear in
terest at rate not to oxceed 5 pôr cent,
per annum.
And be It further resolved, that the
Gtty Treasurer is hereby authorised to
borrow said sunns on aeceunt thereof mm
may be needed from time to time,
was Introduced, and adopted by the
following vote; Yea*—Wilson, Kelly,
Hliker, Andersen, Ciark, Crouse. Nay— ]
No ne» ι
Motion ρ revelled that when the f
Council adjourn It be to meet Monday
evening, June 26th, at 8 o'clock.
Adjourned.
JOHN HAXSOWv JR.. City Clerk.
Slf7t-T-Mt
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Tlme Table la ESflcct May 2β. 1ΜΤ.
NEW YORK TO PERTH AHBOY.
Dally except Saturday·, Sundays an*
oUdaya (May 30. July 4, Sept. S)—6:39,
:10. 7:00, S:00, »:00. 10:00, 11:00 a.m.; 1»
oon; 1:00, 1:00, 3:00. 4:00, 4:40, 5:0(1
:ll. 5:80·. 5:45, β:15, β:30, 7:00, 8:0».
:ββ, 10:00, 11:00 p. m.; 12 night; 1:0#
fiturd&y only—tî:10, 1ϊ:40. 1:00 l:lt
.-Sft 2:00, 2:30, 3:15, 4:00, 4:4U, 5:2».
Λ* β:40, 7:20, 8:00. S:40, 9:20 p. m.
Sundays and holidaya (May 30 Jul»
> fcpt 1)—5:30, 8:00, 9:00, 9:10, 10:20.
lrOfl a. m.; 12 noon, 1:00, 2:00, 8:04
:<W, 5:00. 6:00, β:4β. 7:20, 8:00, 8:4»,
10:00. 11:00 p. m.; 12 nlgrht; 1 a. m.
PERTH AHBOY TO NEW YORK
Dully except Saturdays, Sundays and.
■Mays (May 30. July 4, Sept. 3)—5:30L
:0«. 5:25, 5:55, *7:28, 7:28, *7:5». 7:6ft
:06. 10:05. 11:05 a. m.; 12:05, 1:05, 2:0fc
:05. 3:35, 4:35, 5:25, β:05, 6:60, 7:4ft
:0β. 10:00, 11:00 p. m.; 12 night.
Saturday only—11:58 a. m.; 12:4»,
:ja, 1:41. 1:03, t-.it, >:«!, *:S«, 4:2».
«:1ί. 7:10. »:lï, f:M, »:5ί, 11:00 p.m.
Sundays and holiday* (May SO, Jul*
. tot 31—7:00, 8:00, 8:30, 9:t% 10:04
0-M. 11:40 a. m.; 12:45. 1:4?, *:¥«, 3:6ft
·:♦*. 5:25. 6:05. 5:45, 7:15. 8:0g. 8:5*,
■:50, 10:60 p. m.; 11:00 nlfrht
» g»pre«« train·
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YEW YORK ano NEW JERSEY
STEAMBOAT COMPANY
HEW YORK
SCHEDULE:
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7:30 a. m. and t:00 o. m.
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Cohen Bros.
202 New Brunswick Ave.
Cor. New Street
Best Butter, lb... 45c
Babbitt's Soap
Limited
Cake
4c
MACAROKI er SPAGHETTI
Mailer 'a -f
Large ρ kg. 10c
OLD DUTCH CLEANSER
3 far 2Se
AMMONIA
Large bottles 9a
COFFEE
Special ......
19o
ASPARAGUS TIPS
Cane 22c
MOTHER'S OATMEAL
Large pkg. ; 3 for ..., 2δο
PEARS or PEACHES
Large cans j -·· > r ·* * . * « > ·,
per can 16o
PETTIJOHN'S
Per pkg 1®°
We Handle a Pull Line of Vegetable®, Freeh Every Day
Large cans;

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