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Preparing For Thanksgiving? LI Ν Ε INS Every woman takes pride in heT Thanksgiving table. Good Linens are of vital importance to this festive event. Here we offer dependable linens that are beautiful in de signs—and excellent in quality. Φ And best of all, the prices are still within reach of every body—undoubtedly the best linen values in Middlesex County. Mercerized Damask 35c to 98c yard All Linen Damask, $1.75 to $2.25 yard Pure Linen Table Sets, $6.49 to $10.49 Linen Guest Towels, 19c to 59c Mercerized Table Sets $2.25 to $5.98 Linen Pattern Cloths, $3.98 to $5.49 Lunch Cloths, 98c to $5.98 Union Linen Damask, $1.25 to $1.75 yard BOYS' SCHOOL GLOVES Fabric Gloves, Fleece Lined, 59c Black Astrachan Gloves, 49c Leather Gauntlet, with sewed Stars, 59c and 89c Heavy Wool Gauntlet Gloves, Fleece Lined, 59c CRETONNES There are many particu larly suitable patterns for Knitting Bags. Colors and designs are simply gorgeous. 19c to 55c yard Men, Women, and Children Featuring the famous "Hoag Knit''' sweaters — makers of good sweaters for twenty-five years, with but one aim—the best for the money. All the newest colors and styles in various grades — all wool — half wool—part wool. Whatever your taste and fancy may be — your particular sweater is sure ly here. Men's Sweaters, $3.98, $4.98, $5.98, $6.98 Women's Sweaters, $3.49, $4.98, 5.98 $6.98 to $9.98 Children's Sweaters, $2.49, $3.49, $4.98, $5.98 NOTICES TO CREDITORS. Henry Toft, executor of Martin Ha; •en, deceased, by direction of the Su rogate of the County of Middlese hereby gives notice to the creditors he 9aid Martin Hansen to bring In the debte, demands and claims against tl estate of the said deceased, under oai ft- ι or affirmation, within nine months from this date, or they will be forever barred of any action therefor against the said executor. Dated October 16, 1917. HENRY TOFT, Executor. 14314-10-17-8 t-oew-W THE NEW METHOD (By L. W. Bower, M. D.) Backache of any kind is often caused >y kidney disorder, which means that he kidneys are not working properly. 3oisonous matter and urlo acid ac umulate within the body in grreat ibundance, overworking: the sick kid teys; hence the congestion of blood auses backache in the same manner is a similar congestion in the head auses headache. You become ner ous, despondent, sick, feverish, ir itable, have spots appearing before he eyes, bags under the lids and lack imbition to do things. The latest and most effective means >f overcoming this trouble is to eat paringly of meat, drink plenty of eater between meals and take a single Ln-u-ric tablet before each meal for . while. Simply ask your favorite drugrgist or Anuric, double strength. If you iave lnmbago, rheumatism, gout, Iropsy, begin immediately with this ewest discovery of Dr. Pierce, who is Jhief Medical Director of Invalid·* Ho el and Surgical Institute in Buffalo, ί. Y. Send 10 cent* for trial pkgr.— Ldv. MASTER'S SALE. η Chancery of New Jersey—Between Mary E. Shine, Complnlnant, and ftoae O'Nell, et vtr, et al·. Détendante. On Bill, Etc. By virtue of a decree for the sale of ands in partition proceedings issued >ut of the Court of Chancery of New iersey, in the above entitled cause, >earing date the twenty-second day of )ctober, nineteen hundred and seven een. I will expose for sale at public rendue on Thursday, the twenty-second lay of November, nineteen hundred and seventeen, at the hour of two o'clock η the afternoon of said day, at the ?ourt House in the City of New Bruns wick, County of Middlesex and State of STew Jersey, all the following described ract of land and premises, namely: All that certain tract of land and )remises situate in the City of New Brunswick, County of Middlesex and itate of New Jersey, particularly cnown and described upon a certain nap filed in the Clerk's office of the , bounty of Middlesex entitled "A map of ertain real estate in the fifth ward of he City of New Brunswick and County f Somerset North of Somerset Streets omierly of Abraham Suydam, Esq., and y him conveyed with other property to ames Lorimer Graham by deed dated une 25, 1836, surveyed and divided into )ts and parcels May 31, 1838, by Daniel wen, City Surveyor," as lots numbered ne hundred and eighty-seven (187) and ne hundred eighty-eight (188) and the rortheasterly half of lots numbered ne hundred eighty-three (183), one undred eighty-four (184), one hundred Ighty-five (185) and one hundred ighty-six (186) parcel twenty (20) on lid map. Said premises are sold free and clear rom the lien of the tax sale certificate eld by the complainant and covering le portion thereof fronting on Wyckoff treet known as lots one hundred ighty-seven (187) and one hundred igniy-eignt ι,ΐδβ; ana amu uco mm lear from any right or estate of cur esy of the defendants Lawrence F. hine and James O'Neil. Together with all and singular the ereditaments and appurtenances, Ights, liberties and prl\"ileges, there nto belonging or in anywise apper lining. Ten per cent, of the purchase price lust be paid by the successful bidder rhen the property is etruck off and old. Further conditions will be made nown on the day of sale. Dated October 30, 1917. J. KEARNY RICE. Special Master. 102 Church Street, New Brunswick, N. J. RVING HOAGLAND, Solicitor, rational Bank of N. J. Building, New Brunswick, N. J. 14696-10-31-11-7-14-21 USE SMITH'S LASTING ASPHALT ROOFING t Chit Rates — From Factory to You SMITH SAYS rery blizzard and rain storm blows his ay. The builders are Just realizing Its sod quality. In laying It, use plenty : nails and top cement (that Is free). IF IT LEAKS within ten years, I will DUPLICATE IT FREE. It contains no tar, will not shrink or ickle. A large stock always on hand the 1. 2 and 3 ply, pialn, also the red d green slate surface, In rolls and ilneles. Roof coating by gallon or barrel. JAMES A. SMITH Pays the Freight. No. 272 McClellan St. lL Call 618-J Porth Ambor. N. J. MASSAGE SUREST CURE FOR: Rheumatism, Lumbago, Sci atica, nervous diseases, stom ich diseases, etc., etc. Thomas Klem, Itaritan Building, Room, 817 Tel: 1353—1378W Real Estate and Building News Here and Elsewhere Although there has been no great rush In real estate and building news In the city during the past few days, many of the buildings now being erected are fast nearing completion and work on the others are being rushed by the contractors. The store in the new building of the Perth Amboy Saving Institution in Smith street has been completed and the real estate and insurance office of Charles I. Steuerwald has been moved Into It. Mr. Steuerwald is the first tenant to occupy the new build ing. A new building at the Rarltan Cop per Works is about completed at an estimated coet of $24,000. The build ing is built of hollow tile and Is two stories high. The first floor Is to be used for weighing purposes, that is, weighing of copper and other goods manufactured by the company and the second floor -will be devoted to offices of the yard forces. The build ing Is of fire proof construction and is 41x101 feet. The contractor, is W. C. Wilson, of Smith street. Work Is progressing on a building belonging to John P. Lloyd, of Mata wan, at 203 Smith street. This build- ι lng was damaged by flre sometime ago and when Mr. Lloyd decided to make the repairs needed, he also decided to raise the building another story, making a three story building. The new addition Is being constructed of hollow tile, and the outside will be stuccoed to bring It as near up to date as possible. The first story is built for store purposes, of which one store is now occupied, the remaining floors will be fitted up Into first class apart ments. Ira R. Crouse is the general contractor, the mason work being contracted by T. P. Henderson, Sr. Deeds Are Recorded. Among the deeds filed at the coun ty clerk's office In New Brunswick since last Friday are the following: John A. Kozusko to Elizabeth Czltc and husband, south side Grove street east 174.OS feet from southeast side of Amboy avenue. Michael Toft and wife to Ha.\e Pe ter Rasmussen, southerly half of lot 165 Alpine cemetery. Joseph I. Strieker and wife to Wal ter J. Rielley, east side of High street, at southeast corner of land of Vir ginia Beekman. Walter J. Rielley to Joseph E, Strieker and others, east side of High street at southwest corner of land oi Virginia Beekman. John Vereb and wife to Imra Kun, lots 121-122, block S26-B, map of Sa rah C. Inslee; also 1st 12, block 826-E east side of Amboy avenue; consider, atlon |2,200. Mary E. Osborn and husband to Nels Peterson, lots 4, 5, block 2, mai Hugh Ramsay, north side of Wash ington street. Agreement for the sale of property has been made between Joseph Mas sopust and others to Max Margolius, east side Perth Amboy and Wood bridge road, 81,800 feet north from corner and north side of Neville street: consideration $3,000. Transfers Here. The following real estate traneferi were recorded in the city collector*! office since Friday: C. H. Thorn to John P. Kolsos, block 163, lot 12, Market street; through A. Ballnt, Jr. Julius Frankel to M. Jaffe, block 126, lot 20, Prospect street; through Leo Qoldberger. 11 WILL BE EXCUSED FROM MH SERVICE roe BIG snip program By GELSON GAKDNKR. By Special Correspondent. WASHINGTON, D. C„ Nov. 14.— Anybody who will help build ships will )e excused from military service. This lias been decided on by the govern ment and will eoon be officially an nounced. Also, any shipbuilders who lappen to be In the cantonments can eret their discharge by showing- they were taken from shipbuilding and wish to go back. The government needs 250,000 men to expedite the shipbuilding program. Some must be skilled, but many need not be. There are 8,500,000 men now reg istered as possible materiai for an ad ditional selective service army. Ae the men now in camip are trained and sent abroad these other "registrants will be summoned. It Is expected many would prefer to go into tho shipyards and serve their country that way. It is tc be made clear by the government that no discredit will attach to the man who selects this industrial service, since there is nothing more important. If possible, the shipyards are to bo run day and night. At several of the yards when the time comes for assembling the parts now being constructed of the so-call ed "fabricated" ships as many as 15, 000 men wlH be needed. Each ship yard will become a good-sized city. / Parts for the "fabricated" ships are now being constructed in every large city. These are largely steel plates, ribs, braces, etc. One Arm, The Amer ican International Shipbuilding Co., hae a contract for 120 ships, each of 7,500 tons. The parts are being made, each part multiplied by 120, and each part fitted and numbered, so wher they are assembled at Hog Island, near Philadelphia, they will be slipped Into place and will produce 120 steel ships. When the assembling of these ships begins next spring, ships will grow like magic. It is expected two ship» a day will be launched. Another (shipbuilding Arm, Th( Submarine Shipbuilding Co., of New ark, Is building fifty fabricated ships of 6,000 tons each; still another, the M ere liants Co., of Bristol, Pa., forty ships of 9,000 tone each. Altogether, there are now more than 2,600,000 dead weight tons of shipping tinder construction, and next spring It Is ex pected on army of 500,000 men will be putting ship ports together. Poor Chance to Retire. About the time α man get· to the point where he can afforl to retire he has to work all the tim taking caro of the interests he has built up so that he might retire. SafeTtUlk ; Infants «*d Invalide ' HORLICK'S THE ORIGINAL ( MALTED MILK Rich milk, malted grain, in powder formj For infanta, invalida aadgro wing childrenj Pure nutrition, upbuilding Ik whole bodyj Invigorates nuraing mothers aad the ageij More nutritious than tea, coffee, etcj Instantly prepared. Requires no cookingi Substitutes Cost TOU Same Pricj The New York Millinery Shop Extraordinary Sale of Handsome Hats at Tempting Prices TN THE NEW YORK MILLINERY SHOP'S CHAIN OF 12 STORES, a milli ■«· nery manufacturer found just what he had been looking for. That is a buyer large enough to keep his factory busy for several weeks after the regular manufacturing season. We were glad to take his output and glad to get such fine examples of beautiful milli nery to sell our patrons at the low prices possible through this late-season purchasing. We can truthfully say that this is the greatest Money-saving Opportunity in good mil linery ever presented in Perth Amboy. j Buy one or more of these hats. Seize these bargains while the prices are possible for such handsome, desirable offerings. Hats Worth from $1.98 to $3.98 'ϋί^ϋ At 49c, 98c and 1.49 A special purchase of 52 dozen (624) hats, trimmed and nntrimmed. In this lot, all new, stylish and handsome, are— Bapded sailors of silk velvet, Pressed plush sailors, lined and trimmed with gross grain ribbon bands. Soft brim effects. 15 Styles of Untrimmed Hats, in Silk Velvet, Plush, Pressed Hatters' Plush, All in the latest shapes and in the best colors with many in Black. Very Special at 49c, 98c and $1.49 Velour Hats, 1.98,2.98 and 3.98 Hats Worth $5.00 to $10.00 These beautiful hats are of the famous Mattewan Velour, the best Americau-made velour. In this lot are— 15 dozen (180 hats) wonderfully beauti ful in design, finish and every detail of making. Double brings, Side rolls Large sailors, Medium sailors Some faced with satin. Colors include, purple, taupe, gray, green, white and a very broad showing of black. SALE STARTS THURSDAY MORNING and Continues Only Until Monday Night What remain of these wonderful bargains will be taken to our other stores. But for this week YOUR OPPORTUNITY IS WONDERFUL. THE NEW YORK MILLINERY SHOP 127 SMITH STREET - - Perth Amboy, N. J " -ν "v,^, : SiSSi The one big thing in this world besides death that is sure is life in surance. % FOULEST F. DRYDEN, Previa* ) K. Wlkerf, Asat Supt. 110 Smith St. Perth Amboy, lu Wlwl, iait Supt, 130 Smith St. Perth Am boy, C. KMfk, lut Bupt, 110 Smith SL Perth Ambojr. ΜΑΧΓΝΕ ELLIOTT, Who Will Make Her Screen Debut in "lighting Odds/' at the Ditmas Tomorrow. S.Perlmuter'sLoan Office 199 Smith Street PERTH AMBOY, NEW JERSEY BARGAINS in unredeemed pledges DIAMONDS, WATCHES. JEWELRY, MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. NEW ni iSD HAND Β INGLE ul DOUBLE BARRELED SHOT GUNS, ALL KINDS OF AMMUNITION—SMOKELESS SHELLS, Me PER BOX. MECHANICS TIRE SHOP 356 State Street All Grade Tires: Michelin, Firestone and Empire Tires 30x3, $7.75 30x3], $9.75 PIANO OPPORTUNITIES If you are contemplating the purchase of a piano or player pi ano, by calling at any of Qur stores will be self-evident proof that no where elae can you &et the values w· offer. ' Upright Pianos $175 Up Player Pianos $275 Up Bargains in used Pianos and P'ayer Pianos. Call and be con vinced and you will agree with us that you can save from $50 to $100 by buying your piano now. Cash or terms. Without Interest. NEW JERSEY PIANO CO., 76 Smith St. New Strand Theatre Bids· Perth Amboy. Elizabeth Est. 1894 Flainfleld ffigyguaue WET WASH FLAT WORK and ROUGH DRY Superior Work, Prompt Service, Reasonable Prices BLUE MONDAY should have no place in your home. You should not be compelled to give up your day to doing or supervising laundry work. Banish the odor» and elimi nate the worries of wa»h-day by entrusting your wash to us. The table and bed linen will last longer, will always be snowy white instead oi dark gray, and your wearables will not show signs ot wear as quick it they are washed at our plant. One trial will prove that we can make your linen and wearables look better and time will prove they last longer than when they are rubbed on a scrub-board week alter week. Make the Trial Now. Three Ways to Get Started— Phone 1893y Drop a Postal or Stop One of Our Autos Deliveries in PERTH AMBOY, SOUTH AMBOY, TOTTENVILLE, WOODBR1DGE, SEWAREN, KEASBY, FORDS and METUCHEN NEW SYSTEM LAUNDRY S GORDON ST. H. C Town send, Mgr Perth Amboy,N.J.