TRY THESE COLUMNS
AND WATCH THE
LOST AND FOUND
BOAT found adrift; round-bottom. Q.
W. Moore, 6376 Arthur Kill Road* J
GIRLS wanted. Chesebrough Mfg. Co. j
GIRL who can cook; good wages. 229
SALESLADIES wanted; experienced;
steady work. Terhune's, 145 Smith St j
YOUNG GIRL to assist with house- \
work. InquireJÎ23 Jefferson St. i
STENOGRAPHER wanted; must be ac
curate. State salary. Address Z.(
SALESLADY wanted; experienced pre
ferred._Kramer, 313 State St
WOMAN for kitchen work; $7 week and
board, room, lvrueger's, 280 Hobart
WOMAN or girl for housework; three
adults in family. 43 Lewis St.
WASHWOMAN .wanted. 128 Gordon
YOUNG GIRL wanted to assist with;
light housework; mornings only. B.
A, H., care News. j
SALESLADY, experienced in cloaks and
suits. The David Straus Co., 141 ;
Smith St. ;
A NUMBER OF GIRLS WANTED
Excellent conditions; good pay; rapid
advancement. Call S. S. White Dental ■
Mfg. Co., Prince Bay, S. I. !
GIRL wanted for general housework, j
Mrs. Harvey S. Bedle, Broad St., Key
CIGAR PACKERS wanted; experienced.
Apply Bayuk Bros. Co., Barclay and.
AUTOMOBILES, TIRES, ETC. j
AARON never knew what a good tire
repair was. Neithe.· will you until
LET GEORGE DO IT
Phone 1473. Smith and High Sts.
A NEW FORD
Never completed until 5 Firestone de
mountable rims with rings, that can
be used as Q. D. S. 8. or Clincher, 4
wheels. 5 standard tires, 6 tubes ex
changed for |60.
Dellon Cord Tires, 7,600 miles. These
are b ι for long runs.
Hudson lire Co., 269 Haisey St.. New·
_ ark. Ν J. Open Sunday until 1 p.m.
AUTO RADIATORS, bodies and fenders
repaired, auto sheet metal work.
Work guaranteed. Amboy Auto Ra
diator Works. 38 Smith St
BILLIES TIRE SHOP — Tires tube·
vulcanized, work guaranteed, low
β rices, free air. Martin's Garage, 149
ew Brunswick Ave. TeL 220.
SIJP COVERS made and put on all
kinds of cars. Guthoflf. 188 New
Robes, Blankets, Gloves
Melboum & Rltter,
63 Smith Street.
T. S. Cook. Mgr.
OVERLAND, five passenger, for sale;
perfect condition, $400. W. J.
Trainer. 86 Market St
FOR SALE—Chalmers, 1916; 6-5 passen
ger touring, self-starter and electric
lights; extra tires, tubes, bumper and
lots of extras; at a bargain. P. O.
Box 426, South River, N. J
FORD touring car, 1916, and 1916 Ford
delivery car, for sale cheap to quick
buyer. Inquire Pete's Cafe, Me
AUTOMOBILE for sale, 1914 Overland;
flrst-clasa condition; electric lights,
eelf-starter and extra tires. Must be
sold this week. Mr. Smith, 214 First.
St.. South Amboy. j I
OVERLAND delivery car , good running I
ϊΤ'Γι J'r--Π Ave.
CARPENTERS wanted. Apply B. J.
^Gorman. Mlller'a Corner, Sayrevllle.
YOUNG MAN wanted to act as store
room assistant. Inquire 162 Smith St.,
A GOOD POSITION i· offered an ex
perienced machinist; also boy to
learn trade. Box 417, Metuohen.
BOY WANTED in small machine shop
to learn trade. Box 512. Metuchen.
BOY WANTED; must be 18 years or
over. Inquire News office.
WANTED—MACHINISTS, LATHES AND
PLANE It HANDS; ALSO WOOD
WORKERS; STEADY WORK AND
GOOD WAGES. AMERICAN SAW
MILL MACHINERY CO, HACKETTS
TOWN, N. J.
MAN wanted to take care of furnace;
must have experience. 228 High St __
LABORATORY ASSISTANT wanted;
high school graduate preferred; state
full particulars to C. M., care News.
YOUNG MAN wanted for clerical posi
tion in office; operate typewriter;
state salary. Address X, care News.
BOOKKEEPER wanted; one who Is
familiar with cigar factories pre
ferred. Apply Porto Rican American
Tobacco Co., 378 Ridgely St.. Perth
FIREMAN; night; manufacturing plant.
Steady employment. Address D. S.,
WANTED at once, 10 to 15 nitrators in
chemical plant; 35c per hour, 10 hrs.
per day; colored men preferred. Ap
ply National Synthetic Co., Perth
TWO licensed firemen, familiar with
handling hard coaL Goldschmidt De
tinning Co., Chrome, N. J.
BOY WANTED; must be over lti years.
H. Rosenthal & Co. Handkerchief
GrROCERY CLERK wanted at once. Ap
ply A. Pavlovsky, 441 Amboy Ave.
BRIGHT YOUNG MAN wanted to learn
the tire business; must come well rec
ommended. Stag Tire Exchange, 148
New Brunswick Ave.
BOY WANTED. Apply L. Briegs, 01
SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE
X) YOU NEED the competent servLces
of a graduated trained nurse? All
services guaranteed satisfactory.
Terms satisfactory and easy. Box
STOUNG LADY wishes position at cleri
cal work; can also do bookkeeping
Address A. B., care News.
SITUATIONS WANTED, Ai ALE
5TENOGRAPHER and office assistant;
experienced; wishes position. Box
IIGH PRICES paid for second hand
furniture, also all kinds of furniture,
stoves, bedding, floor covering for
sale. Sus8man, 23 Smith St.
ÎCRAP IRON, rubber, rags, paper, met
als, rope. etc. Highest prices paid.
Harry Goldberg Lehigh Valley and
New Brune. Ave. Tel. 7V6.
rVANTED — Two or three furnished
rooms for housekeeping; must be
modern. Address X- Y., care News.
F YOU WANT to buy or sell real es
tate, have rents collected or a mort
gage loan, see D. A. Shirley, 130
[AVE MOVED my office from 149
New Brunswick Ave. to Raritan
Building, Smith St. M. H. Madsen.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
C. H. Thorn,
103 Gordon St. Perth Amboy, N. J.
A HALF MILLION DOLLARS'
VVOliTH OF PROPERTIES FOR .SALE
IN THIS CITY, FORDS, METUCHEN
CALL AND SEE HIM BEFORE
SEVEN ROOM HOUSE, part Improve
ments; lot 60 χ 160; all klu<J'j oi fruit
K·» clliclien houses. Δ bargain,
CONVERY PLACE—Seven room house,
water and toilet; lot 25 χ 100; P"ce
ο» ®"^·' ^etween Market and Smith
Ms., io room house, all modern im
BRACE AVE. — 7 room house, $3,250;
cash required, $500.
TWO FAMILY frame house, part im
provements. $2.600; $500 down.
WA 4 ClIEESEQUAKF,
30 ACRES of larm land; price $1,500.
No reasonable oiler refused.
C. H. THORN,
103 Gordon tit.
BUILDING LOTS for sale in the Hope
lawQ section of the city; from $6ϋ to
$150. Inquire Perth Amboy Building
and Real Estate Corporation, 519 Am
FORDS PARK—100 lots for eale at
$100 each. No more; no less. $2 a
month. No interest; no tax. John
Hanson, 3 30 Smith St. _
ι WE HAVE real estate for sale in all
I sections of the city; prices and terms
to suit the purchaser. If you want to
buy real estate see Alpern & Co., Rar
I itan Bldg.
OWN YOUK HOME.
Why pay rent?
Houses can be bought on easy terms.
Near Fords, N. J.
FRASER BROS., 194 Smltfl St
FOR BARGAINS in real estate see J. H.
Concannon, fire insurance and real
estate. Woodbridge, N. J.
TRY US NOW
WANT QUICK ACTION
1 Buying ( All kind;
Selling J of
Renting f Property
J. KREIELSHE1MER & SON.
We Sell Lota
133 Smith St.
TO CLOSE ESTATE—Fine six room
house on plot 50 χ 150; price only
$1,500. For particulars address Es
tate. care Evening News.
$100 and small monthly payment will
purchase your home. See
Tel. 1351-J. 179 State St.
BROADHEAD PLACE — Two family
brick house, live rooms each; im
provements; bargain. Olesen & Comp
ton, 43 Smith St.
We have moved from the Raritan Bldg.
Board of Trade Building,
Cor. Smith and Maple St.
The Johnson Co.,
Real Estate and Insurance.
FOR SALE, on Amboy avenue — One
family brick residence with or with
out garage; will exchange for unim
proved property. Inquire 561 Amboy
HORSES. CARRIAGES. ETC.
TWO GOOD HORSES for sale. Inquire
GOOD HORSE for all kinds of work.
Apply Robbins' Lumber Yard.
BAY HORSE for sale. 645 Catherine St.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
[COMPTON AVE., near Amboy Ave. Reel
dence for sale; low price. Inquir
419 Compton Ave.
, PATERSON ST.—Six room house, 60 fi
■ front; price $2,800. The Johnson Co
I Board of Trade Bldg. Tel. 1867.
jONE and two-family dwellings; amal
cash payments. M. H. Madsen, Rari
I tan Bldg., Smith St.
A GENTLEMAN'S HOME. 14 rooms,
baths; all improvements; large plot ο
ground; house newly decorated; per
feet in every detail; a show plac
with comforts. Owner is selling be
cause he is about to move away.
NEW TWO-FAMILY house in good par
of city; all improvements; rents fo
$900. Can be bougnt lor $9,300. Terms
A TWO-FAMILY house In Totienvlllc
S. I., rents for $24 per month. Prie
26 ACRES on Staten Island, ready fo
development. The low price of $40
an acre has been placed on this piee
to effect a quick sale.
A GOOD PAYING FARM of 28 acres; 1
acres In fruit and truck; 8 acres wooi
land, 6 of which is heavy oak; all ne\>
tools; 2 horses, 2 hogs; chickens. 7
room house with heat; cellar; stean
heated; hot house. Clears $3,000 ι
year. Price $7,000. Mortgage $2,500
$150 PER ACRE buys 32 acre farm ο
good tillable soil near South Am
boy. No( buildings.
Further particulars and permits to vieil
CHARLES L STEUERWALD, INC.,
205 Smith St. Telephone 1526
REAL ESTATE FOR RENT
TO LET—Building on King sT~sûïtâbïi
for carpenter shop or for storage pur
6 oses. Apply R. D. Ilowell, 16<
HOUSE TO RENT; 5 rooms, ail im
provements. Inquire Maple Realty
Co., 215 Smith St.
WAREHOUSE and stable, all together
or in part. Inquire T. E. Andersen,
47 Smith St
FIVE ROOMS, all Improvements. Mrs
Moe William St., Fords.
STORE for rent at 284 King St. In
quire A. JL*. Larsen, tenant.
THREE ROOMS, all improvements. 421
FLAT TO LET, 6 rooms, all improve
ments. 102 De Kalb Ave. Inquire
janitor or B. Wilentz, 98 Lewis St.
HOUSE TO LET, 7 rooms, all improve
ments; near station. Rent $25. B,
SEVEN ROOM apartment, with heal
and hot water for rent. Apply 8S
__ Market St
BUILDING suitable for machine oi
paint shop, at 305 Laurie St. Inquire
Vince Horak, 24 Charles St., Carteret,
BUILDING 25 χ 150; 274 King St., tc
rent after Nov. 15th. Inquire N. J
FLAT on Smith St., 5 rooms and bath,
all improvements, steam heat; ren1
$30. Inquire J. Kreieleheimer & Son,
FIVE ROOM FLAT to let Inquiw
FIVE ROOMS; all Improvements ex
cept heat. Inquire 181 State St.
HOUSE, 5 rooms; near Keasbey school;
on trolley line. Inquire E. Stahl
FIVE and six rooms, all improvements
Inquire 188 Smith St
SIX-ROOM FLAT, all Improvements
Inquire 305 Prospect St.
- A COMPLETE LINE of posts for fenc
lng. grape vines, clothes poles, τβ
I fence; all kinds of lumber, wal
boards, roofing and sewer pipe. 8or
ensen's. Say re Ave. Phone 156».
' for a real bargain. Lauter-Human
player-piano, used only for demon
1 strating; mahogany case, full guaran
tee, easy terms, $465. No interest ο
J extras. This calls for quick action
Store open evenings. Write for par
ticulars. Lauter Piano Co- 591 Broa
\ SAVE money! We Sharpen all kind
L of razor blades on electric machine
Perth Amboy Hardware Co.
! STEREOTYPE MATS tor sale. 100 fo
60 cents; excellent for lining barm
poultry houses, etc. Evening News.
t 40 PAIRS famous original Plymout)
r Rock Extra Homer pigeons; $2.80 pe
pair. J. M. Jackson, Metuchen Ave
Woodbridge, N. J.
, BOWLING ALLEYS two, double; fo
> sale; in the Woodbridge Club house
In fine condition. Apply to Emi
Koyen. 149 New Brunswick Ave.
1 Used a short while, but in perfect con
( dltlon. Handsome mahogany ease
with not a mark on it. Full guaran
tee. $235; easy terms. This is a rea
1 bargain. Store open evenings
1 Write for particulars. Lauter Plan·
' Co., 591 Broad St., Newark.
[ Kellner Broa'
L Pork Sausages and Pork Rolls
Now in season. Sold by all leading
butchers and grocers.
' GOOD rabbit dog for sale. Call tele
BARGAINS in slightly used pianos an<
player pianos, one upright at $60, tw<
at $95, two beautiful mahoganys a
$116, one player-piano, 88-note, $185
two like new at $225. Act quick foi
these bargains. Cash or terms. Nev
Jersey Piano Co., 76 Smith St.
FURNITURE, new; contents .of three
room flat; very reasonable. Can b<
seen by appointment Addres:
M. G., care News.
100 PKR CENT. PURS — What Τ Sim
men β Luxury Bread. Health anl
strength in every slice. At ail store·
3 0 cents.
FOR SALE cheap—Couch, parlor stove
also kitchen stove, bed, spring anc
mattress. Inquire 349 Kirkland PI.
ICE BOX and 2 scales for sale. 30!
FURNACE "(hot air) for sale; In firs
class condition. 180 Kearny Ave.
" BUY YOUR VICTROLÂS
and records at Liauter's. Come In and
ask us about our special Victrola of
fer and our special terms. Store oper
evenings. Lauter Piano Co., 69J
Broad St., Newark.
MONEY TO LOAN
MONEY TO LOAN on first bond and
mortgage In the following amounts:
$800, $1,000, $1,600, $2 500, $2,800
Hans Nielson Co.. 196 Smith St
Proposal for Street Lighting Contract
Sealed proposals will be received bj
tho Board of Chosen Freeholders of thi
County of Middlesex, at their rooms lr
the county building, New Brunswick
N. J., at 2 p. m., November 12th, 1917
for the furnishing of twenty (20) oi
more regular commercial standard fort)
(40) candlepower incandescent eleotri<
lamps or two (2) or more regular com
mercial standard eighty (80) candle
power incandescent electric lamps, ci
lamps of equal illuminating power, alsc
three (3) single mantle Welsbach In
candescent gas lamps, for a period ol
Details for the above requirement!
for such lighting may be obtained frorc
the Clerk of the Board.
The Board of Chosen Freeholders re
ι serve the right to reject any and al
ASHER W. BISSETT, Clerk,
McCLELLAN ST., 267 — Furnished
rooms; single, $2: double room. <3.
NlCJtiL Y furnisned rooms to let. 10β
WARM ROOMS for winter; electric
light, hot water, bath, sitting room,
reasonable. The Ernst House, 152
Nefr Brunswick Ave.
RECTOR ST., 172—Room for gentle
| men; residential pnrt of city»
I FURNISHED ROOMS, 143-A Smith St;
upstairs. Tel. 1829-J.
FURNISHED rooms; Improvements.
Tel. 1760-W. 265 Rector St
NEAT ROOM for one or two; improve
ments. 37 Water St.
MADISON AVE., 104—Double furnished
room and board.
j FURNISHED room and board for two.
286 McClellan St.
! TWO FURNISHED rooms, all con
I venicnces, ior light housekeeping. 336
I High St.
ι TWO ROOMS and kitchenette; all im
I provements. 97 Fayette St !
I FURNISHED ROOM, all improvements,
I private family, near post office. In
» Qulre 223 Jefferson St !
McCLELLAN HOUSE, double and single
j rooms; all Improvements. 266 Mc
' TWO NICELY furnished rooms with
private family; for light housekeep
ing. In strictly modern new flat In- ;
quire News. !
HOBART ST., 266—Furnished rooms;
light and airy!
FURNISHED ROOMS for one or two.
215 Brighton Ave. (upstairs.)
LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING room! all
conveniences; for couple. 228 High
COMFORTABLE large furnished room
ι for couple, with privilege of cooking ;
In kitchen. 228 High St.
FURNISHED ROOM, all conveniences.
198 High St.
FURNISHED ROOMS, conveniences;
steam heat. Apply 291 Hi^h St
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
ALEXANDER Κ OS Ε NE.
Real Estate and Insurance.
Room 201, Rarltan Building.
Pe^th Amboy. Tel. 1777.
NOTICES OF HEARING.
Department of Conservation and
I Trenton, N. J„ October 23, 1917.
The City of South Amboy, a munld
I pal corporation of the State of New
Jersey, having made application to the
Board of Conservation and Development
j for approval of its plans for the di
version of water from wells to be lo
cated on what Is known as "The Rose
Property" about one-half rnile from city
limits on the southerly side of the Bor
dentown and Amboy Turnpike, and at
! the source of what is known as Cross
way Brook, to supply the City of South
Amboy and the inhabitants thereof with
water, and having filed «aid application
with maps in the office ο I this Board on
the seventeenth day of October, 1917,
notice is hereby given that a public
hearing will be held in the State House,
Trenton, N. J., at 11:30 a. m.,
Wednesday, November 7, 1917»
at which time and place all persons and
municipalities affected by the proposed
plan may be heard for or against the
approval of said application.
By order of the Board of Conservation I
ALFRED GASKILL, Director.
Original "Green Room."
The original "green room" Is laid
! to have been painted green in order
I to relieve the eyes of actors dazzled
by tlio plfire of the footlights.
AUTO aiirt COMMERCIAL BODIES
ΡΕΚΤΗ AMUOY Auto Body Co.. 8«
Btate St Builders of automobile,
truck and delivery bodies, paintintf
and general repairing.
FRANK HUDA. 46» Division St.. bulld
gr οί automobile truck bodies and
wagons; repairs of all description»;
rubber tiring a specialty.
SPOT CASH paid for dead horses and
cows. Prompt removal, dead or alive.
Theodore Olaser. Office 735 Madison
Ave. Phone 1788 Elizabeth.
C. * 8. Co.
_ Masons' Material
Prompt Service. Telephone 1449
PERTH AMBOY Foundry and Machine
Co., 420-426 Washington ht. All
kinds of foundry and machine work
attended to. Phone 237.
ROBES and BLANKETS
Α ΠΙΟ STOCK of fall and winter auto
robes and blankets; something to
■ult everybody. Uuthoff, 188 New
Brunswick Ave. '
ROBES AND BLANKETS
FALL and WINTER blankets for
wagon and autos; traveling bag»,
valises, leather goods. Clausen «
Johnson, 142 New Brunswick Λνβ.
SECOND HAND FURNITURE
FURNITURE, second hand, bought and
sold. J Srhnr and 341 Smith St.
WALL PAPER and PAINTS
BIO VARIETY of wall paper, pa'nt»,
oils and varnishes. We have wnaX
you want In these lines. Koch. 37·
OUR NEW STOCK of wall paper Is on·
of the largest and best selection» In
town A. Kass, 311 Btate St.
WE MAKE TROUSERS on »hort no
tice, guarantee fit; all kinds material,
latest styles, reasonable. New Yort
Pants Tailor. 3^8-A State St
HIGHEST PRICES paid for news and
mixed paper, rags, scrap Iron, metal,
rubber and rope. B. Sher, 182 Pater
son St Tel. 169-W.
PLUMBING AND HEATING
A* J. GROTHEN, 40 Smith St.—Plumps
in g and heating; Jobbing: a specialty,
personally and promptly attended tow
Telephone 39S-M or 48-J.
UPHOL8TERING — Have your uphol
stering, slip covers, mattresses made
over, furniture repairing and picture
framing done at the old reliable
place. No lob too large or too
■mall. We go for them all. W·
bring them back to you Just Ilk·
new. H. Feinberg, 33 Smith St.. cor.
Rector St. TeL 1571. .
UPHOLSTESING. slip covering, mat
tress work, furniture repaired; work
done at residence If desired; price»
reasonable. Louis Wlntholz. 150 New
Brunswick Ave., opposite Jefferson
St Tel. 1354-R.
To Whiten Ivory.
When Ivory ornaments become yel
low wash well In soap and water with
a small brush and then place them
while wet In the sunshine. Wet them
with soapy water for two or three
days, several times η day, still keep
ing them In the sunshine, then wash ^
them again and they will be perfectly
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