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Today Is The Day To Buy War Saving Stamps and Thrift Cards.
REYNOLDS BROTHERS—Τ Η Ε MERIT STORE ΠΓ HESE are the days for replenishing wardrobes with * new and dainty Undergarments for the Summer Season. New, novel\ daring conceptions aie presented also. Originated because of the necessity of the time with service and economy for thtir keynote. Every conceivable garment is presented, tailored of such won derful qualities ot fine white materials, that they need no laces and embroideries to set off their beauty and charm. Our prices do not in any way reveal how good are the qualities represented in these in clusive array of white things. Tomorrow in Connection With the White Sale Comes SUBURBAN DAY. (Note Prices) 81x90 White Bed Sheets Extra heavy quality at $1.59 each (Extra heavy) highly absorbent Huck Towels; a good big towel at 25c each 45-in. χ 3G-in. wide Hemstitched Pillow Cases at 35c each 40-in wide Sheer Mercerized fine White Lawn at 31c. yd. MERCERIZED TABLE TOPS (In assorted patterns) 54-in. sizes in round with scalloped edges or square with hem stitched edges at $1.25 each WHITE MERCERIZED VOILE 38-in. wide plain (with tape edge) ; at 22c yd. Worth 35c. WHITE PIQUE 36-in. wide in medium size wale extra fine and heavy quality at 59c. WHITE CORDED CHIFFON VOILE 3G-iii. wide, for waists, dress es and skirts. A most unusual quality for 35c yd. Reg1. 45c. WHITE STRIPED ORGANDIE 36-in. wide; one of the most wanted materials at this time (fine mercerized qxiality) at 25c yd. Reg. 35c WHITE WOOL BATISTE (36-in. wide) in a fine light wTeight at 85c yd. Reg. 98c WHITE HABUTAI TUB SILK 36-in. wide; a good heavy firm quality (makes the nicest kind of waists or men's shirts, pure silk) at $1.15 NEW IDEA PATTERNS NEW IDEA MAGAZINES URGIN6 WARTIME ECONOMY By Special Correspondent. TRENTON, May 14—A request has just been received by the New Jersey State Council ο fDefense fro Council National Defense to place the resolu tion of the national council and its advisory commission, ©n the matter of economy (jurlng war time's, before the people of New Jersey. The Coun cil of National Defense and Its advi sory Commission are now inaugurat ing a concerted eort on the part of all citizens of the country for economy and thrift as an Important step in the prosecution of the war. They be lieve this will reduce the consumption of raw and manufactured materials essential to the conduct of tho v&r. Tho council urges all to refrain from unnecessary expenditures of every kind, and to bear constantly in mind that only one thing is now of real importance, and that is the winning of the war. The nation'STesources in man pow er, money, transportation, food stuffs, raw materials and fuel, havo already been subjected to heavy strain, and it is the clear duty of every citizen to guard against increasing this strain by a single wasteful act. It Is most creditable for everyone, man and woman, boy and girl, to be economical in dress, food and manner ■ of living. Every evidence of helpful I self-denial on tho part of all II η ' time like this Is most commendable. This war is more than a conflict be-. tween armies; it is a contest in which · every man, woman and child can and should render real assistance. Thrift and economy are not only a patriotic privilege, they are a duty. TREAT ΈΜ ROUGH So Advises Jiu-.llt.su F.xpcrt, on Beat lug the Germans. By United Press. PARIS, May 14.—Here's a sugges tion for Sammie in the trenches, by a Japanese who wants the Germans j whipped: "Take Fritz's gun away from him. bayonet and all, and then fight him." j Certainly, it can be done. M. Yaina | gush I, jiu-jitsu expert, says so, and further advises that every American soldier in the training camps be ' taught the Japanese science of Jiu I jitsu before he is sent out to meet the I Germans. I Two years' study and practice of I jiu-jitsu should be given to every i regular soldier, M. Yamagushi de I clares, but he thinks a short, inten I sive course might serve American sol 1 diers well. WOODBRIDGE The Builders of the M. B. church will serve a hot luncheon in the Sun day school room at noon on Thurs day, May 23. These luncheons have always proved most attractive and this will undoubtedly prove up to the for mer standard. AVord has been received from Les ter R. Martin announcing his safo ar rival in Prance. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Gridley and Mrs. J. M. Crowell visited Camp Dix on Sunday. Stewart Schoder spent Sunday with his brother at Camp Dix. The next meeting of Salmagundi will be one week from tonight at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. King in Avenel. Permanent Pipe Fittings. If you desire to fasten pipes or ptp« Ottlngs together permanently, thor oughly clean the parts to be fastened and cover the threads with a strong solution ot salt and water. The salt will ruet the threads together, fasten ing the parts. — Poptilar Science Monthly. OSTON CTORE DUNBAR & ^JmcROBIE 72 Smith St. Phone 1302 Perth Ainboy, N. J. BEACON INDIAN BLANK ETS AND TRAVELING RUGS for use in a cottage, bungalow or camp as a couch throw; also can be used for traveling pur poses, most wonderful color ef fects imaginable. (Τ» Π QQ Each tpD.t/O 49c DAMASK, highly mercerized finish ; good quality for wear and will launder well. Several good patterns ; qq yard Ot/V-· $1.59 Pattern Cloths. Fine grade of mercerized damask, hero stitched and hemmed, all ready for use; good (TH QQ sizes; each ψΧ.Οΐΐ/ 21c- NAPKINS, Fine mcrcerized finish, hemmed ready for use; large size, sçveral patterns, also an odd lot of all Linen Hemstitched Doilies. Extra fine quality, 1 at each A* ^ 35c TURKISH TOWELS, Full bleached, hemmed ends, large size, good heavy quality, a good wearing and OQr» absorbent towel; each 23c GLASS TOWELS, hemmed all ready for use, fine quality with neat red border and a fine red stripe iu center good size at each i9c $2.50 BED SPREADS, hemmed ends, extra large size for full size beds, heavy quality, several good (TM QQ Marseilles patterns to select from. Each ψΐ.ί/υ CORSETS—Odd lot ladies' corsets, standard make, perfect goods; regular price $2.75; φ4 QQ to go at each ψΙ.ΐ/Ο MEN'S UNDERWEAR—Men's Nainsook Shirts and Drawers, shirts in coat style, sleeveless; drawers in knee RQ/-> length, at each MEN'S PERCALE SHIRTS, coat style, attached cuffs, neat stripe effects, a full size shirt, QQr» at each vOL LADIES' LINGERIE WAISTS, new designs, lace and em broidered effects, good QQn+nÎO QP assortments from each .... LADIES' SHEER CAMBRIC HANDKERCHIEFS —, Narrow hemstitched border. Special at q Each ÔC PERTH AM BOY Phone 283-284 «Il II I ■■ BUM—I III — WE GIVE CITY MARKET 103-105 SMITH STREET 103-105 argains here Tomorrow In All Departments CALI HAMS Limit 2 to a Customer. Pound 211 First Prize Nut Butter Free From Animal Fats or Benzoate of Soda. Pound 31 Kellogg's Corn Flakes Limit 6 to a Customer, Package 11 PORK BUTTS Nice and Lean. Pound 211 VEAL CHOPS η lb. at »κ VEAL STEW ft 2 ff>s at " BREAST OF VEAL lb. at SHOULDERS OF VEAL lb. at CORNEO SPARE RIBS 2 lbs. at PORK CHOPS lb. at PORK LOINS lb. at CORNEO PLATE or fresh .lb. .., LAMB CHOPS lb. at LAMB STEW lb. at PORK ROLL (whole or half) lb. COTTAGE HAMS lb. at CHOPPED BEEF fresh and pure lb. LEAF LARD in concs ; lb. ., • <»··· «· « « « 0 NEW POTATOES fancy; 4 quarts . RHUBARB large bunches, 2 foç ι t LETTUCE fancy head . NEW BEETS bunch RADISHES 2 bunches .. 10 J 5 ASPARAGUS large bunch 25 SPINACH fancy; % peck 15 CABBAGE new; head 5 RED ONIONS fancy j 4 rjts. » .·« « · · · · · · · · ·« »· ■ 17 OLD POTATOES good firm cookers; 16 qts......».* GRAPEFRUIT each . . .-.t.. ORANGES fancy; dozen LEMONS fancy, big; doz .... STRAWBERRIES fancy; qt • a 'V * · · · · « MAZOLA OIL ^25 J 39 20 25 I Best for salads, deep frying & short ening; pt. 35c. qt. G5c. y2 gal...... EVAPORATED MILKS 23 Pet, Van Camp's, Mansfield's, 2 cans MOTHER'S OATS Â7 per pkg 2 CORN MEAL Virginia white ; 4 lbs. 25 HOTEL ASTOR RICE 2 lbs. 25 SAUER KRAUT 25 2 laree No 3 ρηηκ . . . 2 large No. 3 cans BLUE SEAL GRAPE JUICE Delicious drink fox* this weather; Pint bottle 16 ORANGE PEKOE CEYLON TEA 49 Makes iced tea that's cooling; lb .. DOUBLE TIP MATCHES 11 9 nnnVinrroQ . . ™ ™ \ 2 packages ORANGE MARMALADE ~ Cranford's; finest made in U. S. A. Reg. 35c jar 28 SCHEPP'S COCOANUT 29 Long white shreds ; lb . .τ ^ EARLY JUNE PEAS 27 2 cans ™ ■ i\ 1 /' WHITE MUSLIN GOWNS (V necli and sleeves). 2 styles (embroid ered and lace trimmed). Also V Deck with sleeves and laec trimmed. at 95c. Worth $1.25 SKIRTS Made of soft white muslin, some are embroid eredruffles, bands of insertion and lace trim at 95c. Worth $1.25 CORSET COVERS Made of ûne nainsook, laee and embroidered trim at 43c. Worth up to 59e An assorted lot of MARCELLA COMBINA TIONS, made of Fine Nainsook and Crepes (lace and embroidered trim) worth up to $1.39 at 95c each A SPECIAL LOT OF CORSETS Of the different standard makes worth up to $3.00; for tomorrow $1.59 An odd LOT OF CORSETS On sale tomorrow at 79c. Worth up to $1.25