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jj RE YNOLDS BROS. || THE MERIT STORE
A Truly Remarkable
Sale of IT omen s Winter
Apparel
A month or two ago such price* a* these would have been
thought impossible. But there have been so many important hap
penings that all calculations have been uspset. Here is the big op
portunity of the season to buy new Winter Apparel for less than
you ever expected to pay. Be Here Early Tomorrow.
Coats At ' '
One-Quarter Off the
Regular Price
Clearance of all '
W inter Suits tor
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Women
I
I ONE-THIRD OFF
Every woman who can possibly make use of a now Winter
Suit should avail herself of the remarkably low prices now
offered here. Virtually our entire stock of Winter Buits is on
sale at 1/3 off the reg. price. Included are many of the sea
son’s most popular models, all good, desirable garments.
Mr. Man, Can You Use a New Sweater?
If you ran hero is an opportunity to buy it at a deoided reduction. We have too many
sweaters in stock. They are ail good wool sweaters and good styles and we do not want to carry
them over to next season. Bo to reduce stocks quiokly, we have reduced prices as follows:
Men’s Sweaters at $6.98. Regular $8.98 values | Boys’ Sweaters at $2.08. Regular $4.98 values.
OTHER WEEK END SPECIALS THAT ARE VERY INTERESTING TO ECONOMICAL
SHOPPERS.
A large size 1(1 oz. bottle of KHAKI WOOL YARN A Special Lot of Women’s
wvnpnmrw nr PFPOKinF And Gray Wool Yam WARM FABRIC CLOVES
0F PER0XIDB At 19o an ounce. In white, gray and black at
At 100, 49c pair.
AN ODD LOT OF
Pure Linen Huck Initial “ Guest Towels'’
not all initials in the assortment. Reg.75c value, at
45c Each
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New New
Idea Idea
Patlerns Magazines
Swartz Sample Shop
“TKc Shop known for I^eal *lTalues”
190 Smith St. 190 Smith St.
Great Clearance Sale
Womens and Misses9
Coats and Dresses
all the very latest in Design and Fabric, very exceptional values.
Coats
k $11.50 If \
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Dresses 1
#
$7.50 t
COME EARLY, THEY WONT LAST
LONG
We Lead in Styles /'^v r-»
and Values Upefl LLVeTUflgS
190 Smith St. Perth Amboy
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Yes. We’re after your order
We are offering yon the choicest
eatables ever marketed. We will
serve you politely and make you
feel perfectly at ease when you
visit our store-.
"PHONX FOB IT!”
Best Butter
Pound
75c
Butterine
Pound
37c
SUGAR
Pound
10c
EGGS
Guaranteed
Dozen
63c
R. & R. Plum Pudding, can.. ,83o
Dromidary Dates, pkge.28c
Pitted Prunes, pkge.28c
Brack's Mince Meat,
8 lb. pail .$1.18
Libby’s Minoe Meat, large jar BOc
None Such Mince Meat, pkge. 16c
Pumpkin, can .23c
■Pitted Cherries, can .43c
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Fancy Nuts
and
Nut Meats
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English Walnuts, Pecans, Fil
berts, Almonds, Mixed Nuts,
Brazils, Pecan Nut eMat, English
Walnut Meat.
Fancy Fruits
Oranges, Apples, Pineapples,
Bananas, Grapes, Grape Fruit,
Tangerines Figs, Dates, Raisins,
Currants.
Vegetables
Lettuce, String Beans, Cauli-i
flower, Carrots, Beets, Oyster
Plants, Celery, Turnips, Sweet
Potatoes, Cabbage, Parsley.
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. Formal Sown
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Lovely combinations of satin anil!
lace are most of the new evening
frocks, with simplicity of line and lack;
of ornamentation as significant feat-'
ures. This striking gown Is of black
Chantltlly lace over American Beauty
satin, with an odd draping of the satin
to form the bodice and a draped
panel.
A Divine Melody.
The world’s history Is a divine poem
of which the history of every nation
Is a canto and of every man a word.
Its strains have been pealing along
down the centuries, and, though there
have been mingled the discords of
roaring cannon and dying man, yet to
the Christian philosopher and h/storlan
—the humble listener—there has been
a divine melody running through the
eong which speaks of hope and
halcyon days to come. History Is but
the unrolled scroll of prophecy.—.
James A. Garfield.
Of Latin Derivation.
Corps Is a French word derived j
from the Latin corpus, a body, either ,
civil or military, aa a police corps, raa- j
rlue corps, etc. It does not signify,
any particular number, but an organ- j
lied body. In the United States army ,
a corps consists of two or more dlvl-!
slons, each containing threo brigades
and each brigade three regiments. The
term first came into use In this country
during the Civil war period.
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SPECIAL VALUES
FOR SATURDAY
SPECIAL VALUES IN
HOSIERY
Ladies’ fine cotton hose,
double welt top and sole,
high spliced heel and toe at
pair
LADIES’ BLACK COTTON
HOSE
Winter weight, an .extra
good wearing quality at pair
3 PAIRS FOR $1.00
EXTRA SPECIAL VALUE
In Infants’ Silk and Cash
mere Hose, in black only; ac
tually worth 59c, for Satur
day only, pair
MEN’S WINTER
UNDERWEAR
Men’s Wool Shirts and
Drawers, reliable make, cor
rectly made and finished, ac
tually worth $1.98. This is
a splendid value at per gar
ment.
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MEN’S UNION SUITS
Heavy ribbed cotton fleeee
lined, an extra good value at
suit
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STAMPED GOODS
At One-IIalf Price. Special
- lot of Bucilla Packages, with
materials ready to embroid
er, to close out at
Half Price
$4.00 CROCHET BED
SPREADS
Scalloped edge with cut
corners, for full size bedB;
good firm heavy quality. A
spread that will give the
best of wear, each
$3.69
$1.89 TABLE CLOTHS.
Size 66 x 81r hemmed
ready for use, with a good
mercerized finish and bord
er all around. A cloth that
will launder well, each
$1.69
29c GLASS AND DISH
TOWELS.
All hemmed, ready for use
some have fine red stripe
running through center,
others have pink and blue
borders, each
25c
49c SCARFS AND
SQUARES
Full size, wide lace edge
and plain center, excellent
quality and will give excel
lent wear, each
39c
BO RAK’Cl
MARKET Phones 103-104
The Leading Butcher*
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
269 - Smith Street - 269
happy New Year Sale!
Make the first big drive of the New Year a success; also start the saving
habit, These items offer the opportunity.
SALE TODAY AND TOMORROW!
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Legs or Hind
quarters of Yearling
Lamb or Mutton; lb.
Fresh Hams 0C1
Very flue, lb.
Round Roast HQ1
All Meat;
Special; lb..
Fresh Pork Loins Oil
All weights; J | 4
whole or half .. ?.
Fresh Sausage OQ
Loose or link; g^
Home made .
“ 245
Rumps and loins. ® ^
Chopped Beet • 0^1
Fresh; lb. .
Legs of Veal;
Short cut; lb. |
Chuck Pot Roast QQ
5 pounds.
SIRLOIN OR AAi
PORTERHOUSE "J J |
Steaks or Roasts £ ^ 'J
lb. ^

Veal l<)|
Shoulders and I ^
breasts; milk fed.. ® &
SPECIAL
Beef Liver, Beef . .
Kidneys, Pork 1 H |
Kidneys, Fresh I %
Tripe, Corned | ||4
Neck Ribs. "
Stewing Lamb . 14y2o
Frankfurters ..22%
Flat Spare Ribs.. .17
Pig’s Feet..,10c
Stewing Veal ..14%
Lamb Chops ■ ” |
Veal Chops 1 f _
ib.
BONELESS O A 1
ROAST ' Jit 1
lb. ™ "2
CHICKENS OQ1
Strictly Fresh Killed £ ^
For Fricassee, lb. **
'
Roasting Chickens
Very fancy;
Fresh killed, lb...
Smoked Call Hams
All weights;
Special, lb.
Yearling Lamb or
Mutton
Forequarters;
SPEci I
Hams, sugar cured
Roasting Pork
Fresh meat; j
Saturday only ... I
BACON
Clover Brand;
Usually sold at 88c;
Special, lbr.
FRESH LOT OF TURKEYS, DUCKS, 6EESE
AND CHICKENS
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