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REYNOLDS BROTHERS
After- - -Supper Specials—Take
Advantage
Men's Ribbed Underwear
59c Garmsnt
A medium weight, rib
bed, with enough fleece to
give warmth—offered at
nearly present wholesale
cost. Would sell regular
for 79o.
VOILE WAISTS
83c
This low price will clean up the
entire lot. There are stripes,
checks and lace trimmed styles.
Some have colored collars and
cuffs—a big variety of styles. All
sold for 95c formerly.
Muslin Underwear Specials!
NIGHT GOWNS 79c
Made of nainsook and flow
ered crepe, trimmed with
laces and embroideries. Val
ues 98c and $1.25.
UNDERSKIRTS 69c
Of a soft cambric with
wide flounces of shadow lace
and embroideries. Regular
price 98c.
NEW FALL MODEL!
R. and G. CORSETS 98c
Dollar and quarter value—pink brocade waist line model ;
sizes l9 to 26.
Hosiery Specials !
Children's Black Ribbed Hose .. 12^2 ο
A good school stocking ; strong, dur
able and heavy ribbed; all sizes. 15c
vahie.
Women's Fancy Striped Hose .... 08o
Closing out all sport hosiery; Gordon
make; good color combinations. Al
ways sold for $1.25.
Tonlgliil Choose Any Of
Our 25c Ribbons For
21c a Yard
Floral figures,
stripes, checks; beau
tiful fall colorings.
Dozens of pieces, all
new, fresh from reg
ular stock.
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Bed Blankets 79c
A real heavy cotton blan
ket in grey or white with
contrasting border; sizes 40
χ 68 in. A small price for a
blanket of this sort. 98c
values.
Hand Bags
39c
Imitation leather, various
shapes, lined with poplin.
Were wonderful values at
49c.
No Prohibition on This.
I Here's an old sentiment worth re
alllng ot this time : The spirit of '70
-Distilled by our fathers, may It
beyer be diluted by their sons.—Bos
Ion Transcript.
I
Wanted to Be Sure.
Wifey — "Tom, dear, I wish you'd
taste this milk and see If It's perfectly
sweet. If It's the least bit
mustn't give a drop o£
ra."
ARTHUR CAPPER
Κ·ιιμ* Governor Tell· Qarfleld
Coal Price· An Unjustified.
Declaring that "ooncerted action by
retail dealers In advancing prices to
unreasonable figures, apparently with
a determination to ignore Federal ac
tion, is producing a lack of confidence
In authority which must inevitably
prove injurious," Governor Capper
sent a letter to Harry A. Garfield, Fed
eral coal administrator, calling his at
tention to the "extremely unsatisfac
tory condition of the retail coal mar
ket In the State of Kansas." "A careful
Inquiry has developed no Justification
for the prices now prevailing," the Gov
ernor wrote.
BOLO PASHA'S ITODS IN PARIS
Court Appointe a Sequestrator for |
Money Advanced to Humbert.
Paris, Oct. 18.—The military court
inquiring Into the activities of Bolo
Paeha has appointed a sequestrator
for the money Bolo advanced to Sen
ator Charles Humbert, owner ol the
Journal. It amounts to 8,000,000
francs, -which the sequestrator will de
posit with the Deposit and Consign
ment Office, a section of the Ministry
of Finance. The sequestrator was ap
pointed at the request of Bolo, Senator |
Humbert not opposing the move.
Mordecal Brown Sues.
Chicago, Oct. 13.—Mordecal
reteran three Angered ρ
filed suit in the Federal Cjj
became known,
ment of
TO THE CREDITORS OF THE
RAR1TAN CLAY PRODUCTS
CORPORATION ι
In pursuance of an order of the
Court of Chancery of the State of New
Jersey made oh the twentieth day of
September, 1917, In a cause wherein
William G. Demareat is complainant
and the Rarltan Clay Products Corpora
tion la defendant, notice Is hereby given
to the creditors of the said corporation
to present to Adrian Lyon, Receiver of
the said Company at his olflce, No. 168
Smith Street, In the City of Perth Am
boy, County of Middlesex and State of
£ew Jersey, their several claims and
emands against said company, duly
verified under oath or affirmation, with
in two months from the date hereof, or
they will be excluded from the benefit
of such dividends as may hereafter b·
made and declared by said Court from
the assets of said company.
ADRTAN LYON,
Receiver of the Rarltan
Clay Products Corporation.
138 Smith Street,
Perth Amboy, N. J.
RUSSELL E. WATSON. Solicitor,
41-43 Paterson St.,
New Brunswick, N. J.
189l3-9-29-5t-oew-S
PROPOSALS FOIl METERS.
Sealed bids will be received by the
Board of Water Commissioners of the
City of Perth Amboy, N. J., on October
17, 1917, at 8:30 p. m., In the City Hall
for furnishing four hundred, five
eighths water meters, to be delivered
fifty per month.
Bidders will submit their specifica
tions, guarantees, descriptions, etc.,
with proposal.
Thq. Board reserves the right to re
ject any or all bids, as may best serve
the Interests of the city.
By order of the Board.
S. J. MASON, Engineer.
14141-10-10-18-15-17
SPECIAL ELECTION.
For the Adoption or Rejection of the
Commission Government Act (Walsh
Act) for the City of Perth Amboy»
N. J.
Whereas, a petition in writing of
twenty per centum of the persons quali
fied to vote at the last General Elec
tion, as shown by the registry of quali
fied voters used at said election, has
been filed with me September 26th,
1917, petitioning for a Special Election
for the adoption or rejection by the
voters of the City of Perth Amboy, N. J.,
of the provisions of "An Act relating to,
regulating and providing for the gov
ernment of cities, towns, townships,
boroughs, villages and municipalities
governed by boards of commissioners or
improvement commissions in this
state." approved April 25, 1911, the title
of which act was amended by Chapter
866, Laws of 1912, and the amend
ments and supplements thereof:
Therefore I, John Hanson, Jr., City
Clerk of the City of Perth Amboy, N. J.,
do hereby give notice that a Special
Eleotlon for the adoption or rejection of
tne above mentioned act will be held in
said olty on
TueedaTi October 10» 1917,
between tne hours of 6 o'clock au m.
and 7 o'clock p. m.
The places designated after the short
description of each district are the
polling places of such district for the
purpose of conducting said Special
Election.
First Ward
First Poll.—Beginning at Gordon Street and
Staten Island Sound, southerly and west
erly to Wisteria Street, then northerly to
Kearny Avenue to Gordon Street, then
easterly on Gordon Street to place of be
Î Inning and the polling place therein is
80 High Street (McClymont's).
Second Poll.—Beginning at Gordon Street
and Kearny Avenue southerly to Wisteria
6treet to the Rarltan River, westerly to
Brighton Avenue, northerly on Brighton
Avenue to Gordon Etreet. easterly to place
of the polling place therein
1
at Madison Avenue
easterly to State
,don Street, west
southerly to
Rarltan River, westerly to Central Rail
road. northerly to Lewi· Street, easterly
to Madison Avenue, northerly to place ο ι'
beginning:, and the polling place therein Is
at 161 Paterson Street (Gfsborne's).
"ourth Poll.—Beginning at the Central
Railroad and Market Street, easterly to
Madleon Avenue, southerly to Lewis
Street, westerly to Central Railroad, nor
therly to place of beginning, and the poll
ing place thoreln is at 181 Madleon Ave
nue (Martin's). ·
Second Ward /
lret Poll.—Beginning at Gordon Street and
Staten Island Sound, running westerly to
State Street, to Market Street, to High
Street, to Jefferson Street, to Wlllock'e
Lane, to Fayette Street, to Staten Island
Sound and place of beginning, and the
polling place therein will bo at 311 Rec
tor Street (Washington Hone House).
i»cond Poll.—Beginning at Fayette Street
and Staten Island Sound, then to Wlllock'e
Lant, to Jefferson Street, to High Street,
to Market Street, to State Street, to Broad
Street, to Staten Island Sound to Place of
beginning and the polling place therein
will be at 379 High Street (Yrard's Hall).
Third Ward
tret Poll.—Beginning at Market and State
Street8, westerly to Central Railroad, to
New Brunswick Avenue to Fayette Street,
to State Street, to place of beginning, and
the polling place therein will be at 27#
State Street (Protection Fire House).
econd Poll.—Beginning at State and Fay
ette Streets, to New Brunswick Avenue,
to Central Railroad, to Washington Street,
to State Street, to place of beginning, ana
the polling place therein will be at 389
State Street (Barber Shop).
Fourth Ward
'lrst Poll.—Beginning at the Intersection of
the right of way of the Central Railroad
of New Jersey with the right of way of
the Lehigh Valley Railroad. Thence,
westerly along the right of way of the
Lehigh Valley Railroad to where the same
Is Intersected by tho prolongation of the
center line of Prospect Street. Thence
southerly along the center line of Pros
pect Street to the center line of Market
Street. Thence, easterly along the center
line of Market Street to the center line of
that part of Prospect Street south of Mar
ket Street. Thence, southerly along the
center line of Prospect Street and the
prolongation of the same to the Rarltan
River. Thence, easterly along the Rarltan
River to the right of way of the Central
Railroad of New Jersey. Thence norther
ly along the right of way of the Central
Railroad of New Jersey to the point or
place of beginning, and the polling place
therein will be at 286 Smith Street
(D'Angelo's Berber Shop).
econd Poll.—Beginning at a point in the
right of way of the Lehigh Valley Rail
road where the same Is Intersected by the
prolongation of the center line of Pros
pect Street. Thence westerly along the
right of way of the Lehigh Valley Rail
road to where the same Is Intersected by
the prolongation of tho center line of Glf
ford Street. Thence, southerly along the
center line of Glfford Street, Bertrand
Avenue and Meade Street and the pro
longation of the center line of Meade
Street to the Rarltan River. Thence,
easterly along the Rarltan River to where
the same Is intersected by the prolonga
tion of the center line of Prospect Street.
Thence, northerly along the prolongation
of the center line of ProsDect Street to
the center line of Market Street. Thenoe,
westerly along the center line of Market
Street to the center Une of that part or
Prospect Street lying north of Market
Street. Thence, northerly along the cen
ter Une of Prospect Street to the point
or place of beginning, and the polling
place therein will be at Eagle Hose House,
Davidson Avenue.
lilrd Poll.—Beginning at the intersection
of the center line of Washington Street
with the right of way of the Lehigh Val
ley Railroad and the Central Railroad of
New Jersey. Thence, westerly along the
center line of Washington Street to the |
Intersection of the center line of New
Brunswick Avenue. Thence, westerly
along the center line of New Brunswick
Avenue to the City Line. Thenoe, south
erly along the City Line to the right of
way of the Lehigh Valley Railroad. Thence
easterly along the right of way of the
Lehigh Valley Railroad to the point or
place of beginning, and the polling place
therein will be at corner of New Bruns
wick Avenue and Johnstone Street (Bar
ber Shop).
onrth Poll.—Beginning at the Intersection
of the prolongation of the center Une of
Glfford Street with the right of way of
the Lehigh Valley Ralroad. Thence, south
erly along the center lne of Glfford Street,
Bertrand Avenue. Meade Street and tho
prolongation of the sold Meade Street to
the Rarltan River. Thence, westerly along
the Rarltan River to the City Line.
Thence northerly along the City Line to
the light of way of the Lehigh Valley
Railroad. Thence, easterly along the right
of way of tho Lehigh Valley Railroad to
tho point or Place of beginning, and tho
Soiling place therein will be at 895 Mar
te Street (Hennessey's).
Fifth Ward
lrst Poll.—Beginning at Broad Street and
Staten Island Sound, westerly to State
Street, northerly to Woodbrldge Creek,
easterly and BouUyft|v along shore line to
plaoe of^j^m^^JTnd the polling plaoe
therein·· will bt at 4M-Mate Street (Photo
graph Gallerr).
Beoond PqU.—Beglnnlnf ft Kate and Waeh
In*ton Street». w*»t»T|# to L«hl«h Valley
Railroad, northeastérly to Pennsylvania
Railroad. northwesterly to Bpa Springe
Creek, thence to Woôdbrldge Creek, to
State Street, to place of beginning and
the polling place therein will be at 857
State Street (McClellan Engin· House).
Sixth Ward
Flret Poll.—Beginning at the croeelng of the
Central Railroad, the Lehigh Valley Rail
road and Washington Street, and running
northerly to a point directly opposite
Rldgely Street, thence westerly to Penn
Street, thence northerly to Eagle Avenue,
thence easterly to tne Central Railroad,
thence northerly to the Pennsylvania
Railroad, thence eoutheasterly to the Le
high Valley Railroad, thence southwest
erly to the place of beginning, and the
polling place therein will be at 1Î4 Hall
Avenue ( Jacobeon's).
Second Poll.—Beginning at the Central Rail
road, the Lehigh Valley Railroad and
Washington Street, and running westerly
to New Brunswick Avenue, thinoe west
erly to the center of Florida orove Road,
thence northerly to a point oa a Une ex
tending through the center of Compton
Avenue, thence easterly along said line
to Amboy Avenue, thence northerly to
Rldgely Street, thence aagterly to the
Central Railroad, thence southerly to thé
place of beginning, and the polling place
therein will be at 266 Washington Street
(Rloclardi's).
Third Poll.—Beginning at a point In Florida
Grove Road opposite Compton Avenue,
thence easterly to Amboy Avenue, thence
northerly to Rldgely Street, thence east
erly to Penn Street, thence northerly to
Eagle Avenue, thence easterly to the
Central Railroad, thence northerly to the
Pennsylvania Railroad, thence north
westerly to Spa Springs Creek, thence
Southwesterly to Amboy Avenue and
Spa Springs road, thence southwest
erly and southerly along Spa Springs
Road and Florida Grove Road to the place
of beginning, and the polling place therein
will be at Hall Avenue and Amboy Ave
nue (Garfleld Engine House).
Wltnea· my hand this 8th day of Oc
tober. nineteen hundred and seventeen.
JOHN HANSON, JR., City Clerk.
14100-10-10-Bt
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1^· MAM
DRINK MORE MILE
A quart of our PASTEUR
IZED MILK excel· anything
else we know of in nutritive
value for the money.
With the present high cost
of meats, poultry, eras, etc.,
OUR PURE PASTEURIZED ,
MILK should be ordered in
double the present quantity
you're using—it is the cheap
est, purest, best form of REAL
POOD.
Ask your physician if you
have any doubt.
Perh Amboy Milk and
Cream Company
195 New Brunswick Ave.
Jens M.
Sorensen
Building Material
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ALL KINDS OP LUMBER
AND MILL WORK
Brick, Sand, Cement,
Slag, Stone, Lime, Lath
and Plaster, red fence for
repair work, Cedar Fence
Posts, Clothes Poles, etc.
Barber Asphalt Rooting
$1.00 and up. j
Yard 601-609 Sayre Ave.
Perth Amboy
Tel. 1569
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When You
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Dependable
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FOR ALL TRADES
CALL AND SEE OUR
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Grand Opening of New Sales Rooms
and
DISPLAY OF BEAUTIFUL CARS
v.
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1917
We will throw open to the public on this date, what we consider the most magnificent automobile sales rooms in the
state. Displaying a line of closed and open automobiles, the like of which has never before been seen in this vicinity. Our suc
cess during the past season has made it necessary for us to enlarge and renovate our quarters in the way of an up-to-the
minute service station three blocks down the Avenue from our present location and change the old stand into a salesroom
and auto storage place that does credit to our city.
We invite the public to be our guests to-night and help us celebrate—Come join us
Souvenirs for All
ν · . -, ·
Perth Amboy Garage Company
283 Madison Avenue, Phones 1717-1718
SEE THE CAMOUFLAGE CAR!
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