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V__ THE EVENING NEW! Perth Amboy. N. J. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING jn#es* and Standardised and Popu’.ai lead for Quick Reference All ade are reetrleted la tbelr vropt rlaaeillcatton and to the regular Tl Evening Ne»e etyle of typo. CLASSIFIED RATES Daily Rate Pag Una Caeh Chari ( daye .Jo *a j daye .*a ,0a I day .I»a *»a No ad taken tor leea than I Unea Charged at the rate earned. Count alx areraee worde te the lln Ada are allowed the caeb rate if paid i The Seeking Newe OSIee within * da] from the Orel dey of Ineertloa Charged ade may ha glean by talepbor Ada ordared ter 0 dnre and etopped b< fora that ttnte wlU dFTy bt, dharged tr the actual number o( timea the ad ai peered, ebargtng at the rnle earned Long terra rntee glewe dpon requeet. Telephone 400. Aek fer e Went A Taker. CLASSIFICATION ANNOUNCEMENTS I—Coming Evanit a »—Persoaale *iI-U:l gad Pound ■ AUTOMOBILES ■ 11—AutomobllM for Sale V 12—Moiorcyclea and Bicycle*. F 18—AutomobllM for Eackango la— Auto Accessories IS—Service Statlone—Repairing It—Auto Livery—OaregM If—Wanted—AatomobtlM BUSINESS SERVICE 11— BnatneM Service! Offered 1 %— Rulldln g—Con t rooting >0—Heating and Plumblnff ‘ 21—Ineuranca 21—Millinery—Dresaroaklng 23—Moving, Trucking. Storage 2 4—Painting—Papering IS—Patent Attorneys 2«—Printing—Stationery 2 7—Professional ServicM 71—Repairing 71—Renovating and Dyeing 10— Tailoring and Preming |l—Wanted—BualnaM Service EMPLOYMENT 12— Help Wanted—Female - 33—Help Wanted—Male y 3 4—Help—Male or Female .,—Salesmen and Agents in—«, vl*ne Wanted—Feme's 17—Situ- 'one Wanted—Male JF FINANCIAL P 11— BualneM Opportunities i>—Invmtmenta. stock a. Bonds I >—Money to Loan U—Wasted—To Borrow INSTRUCTION t! 12— Corregpondence CoureM • i—Local Instruction Clause* it—Musical, Dancing. Dramatic 1.1—Private Instruction II—Wsatad—instruction .* _r LIVE STOCK J" 4f—Doga, Cats Ate 48—Horse*. Ca,.. / Vehicles 48—Poultry and Supplim a 18—Wanted—Live block MERCHANDISE 41— Articles for Sale ‘ J 42— Buslnee i and Offioe Equipment It—Boats and AocsmotIM /; i 18—Building Mater:*:* / L II—Farm* and Dairy Products •; - I 66—Fuel and Feed ItfwGood Thing* to Eat , Kgg—Bon^udt Thing* ■k 9—s Watch?* §RL_M^^^^K*nd Tool* H *■ F *r 11: 1* • r • HHHHHH|^R8 tores w as tad—To Buy H ROOMS FOR RENT H—Room* With Board ^B—Room* Without Foard ■-Roomd tor Housekeeping ^B—Vacation Place* ^B—Where to Eat ^B—Where to Stop !n Town Wanted—Rooms or Board H REAL ESTATE FOR RENT ^*4- -Apartments and Flat* Vs—Business Places for Rent R ft—Farms for Rent Rfr—Houses for Rent Rft—Offices and Desk Room R»—Suburban for Rent Ro—Cummer Places for Rent Rl—Wanted—To Rent R REAL ESTATE FOR SALE B2—Fuslneas Property ■>3—Farms and Land for Bal* ■ S4—Houses for Sale ■ 35— Lots for Sale ■ 86—Shore Property for Sal* [ 87—Suburban tov Sale **—Real Estate ‘or Exchange 89—Wanted—Real Estate WILD FOWL WORTH MILLION'S Were killed in the United States last year. They furnished several million Americans with food and •port. And thie year there are more ducka and gees© than aver. I This abundant supply of waterfowl Is due to scientific protection which th© Hunters respect. There is now a move to Improve the duck-hunting still more bv cre ating puolic shooting grounds ail over the United States. If you are a hunter you should know all about the game laws, pres ent and prospective. A complete di gest of them for the whole United States has b*en published in an 11 I lustrated pamphlet by the Biological Survey. This Is a free Government publica tion and our Washington Informa tion Bureau will secure a copy for any one who sends two cents in stamp" for return postage. In fill ing out the coupon print name and address or be sure to write plainly H and mail direct to Washington. || rrsderic J. Haakln, Director. || Information Bureau, Ij Washington. D. C. I enclose herewith two cents In | stamps for return postage on a frae I copy of the Game Law Booklet as offered by the Perth Amboy Even ing News. • Name ...... i Street .. City .• •• Stats .. Telephone Your Requirement Our Classified Do the Rest j ; ANNOUNCEMENTS __ f un*ml I- lowers _ BOUQUET*—For Weddings and Par: lei Wreathes and other floral dccoratlom Ml— J. O. Hatoaay 198 Stare St._ CLARK THE FLORIST—179 Smith St r Flowera for all occasions; floral designi . bridal bouquets our specialty. Gold Flat Phone m-M._ SHRUBS'-For sale at Bruno s (Florist 76 Main 8u Meiuchen; extra fine privet e that will give immediate eatlafactloi Also evergreens, shrubs and plants. Plan r •• w STRUVE. THI FLORIST—Ptiohe «S Palma fern*, pot plants cut (loweri floral designs a specialty. W. Struve l Mas 155 Laurie St __ [ THE FLOWER SHOP—107 Fayetta S Flowera for every occasion; wedding ' >u quets Cioral places cut flowers pottei . P^nts L. E. Fitxgerald. Tel. 14S-J_ r THE KITCHEN MEISTER — Florist • Phone 1566; funeral designs; bouquet for weddings and parties, wrea-hs an other floral decorations_59 Smith 8t. ^ THE ROSE SHOP—**Say It with flow era' Bv telegraph or mall; sent any . where: cut or potted flowera 50 Pmltl 1 st. Phone 15*1 __Lost and found 1 * GREEN LEATHER HAND BAG—Small loa: Tuesday afternoon at Fords or ot Middlesex car between Fords and Bon harm own School; containing spectacles watch, fountain pen. etc. Rev. ard if baj and contents are returned to 612 Middle ms .Hr., Mctuehcn. or to Bonhamtowi School. KEY RING—With 13 keys on: lost las Wednesday. Reward. Returned Firs .Vat Iona I Bank. South Amboy. POCKETBOOK—Brown, velvet, lost Mon day afternoon. Reward returned 211 Market St __ SUIT CASE—Brown ‘.lost between Lonj Branch arkl Perth Anibov. Reward re turned I. Gserwell, 160 West 95th St., New York City._•_ AUTOMOBILES _ Automobile Agencies lid HAYNES—Sales and service garage and repairs Middlesex Motors Inc., 47 Smith gt. Phone 3375._ _ Automobile* for Sale _II BUICK—1920; 7 passenger car; a-1 condi tion. Inquire J. Kreielshelmer Sc Son. 133 Smith St. Can ba seen at Jahrau a Paint Shop._427 East Avenue FORD ROADSTER—1919 with winter top; guaranteed In good condition. The Eagle Garage. 340 Prospect Street. Phone 2066. Distributors Auburn and Gardntr Automobiles. CITY ADVERTISEMENT CITY OI PERTH AMBOY. N. 4. BONDS pealed proposals will bo received until 3 o’clock P. M., October 14th. 1921. by Ferd Garretson, at his office in th City of Perth Amboy, New Jersey, for the pur chase of tho following issue of bonds of said city, the amount of the kssuo sia'ed In each case being the maximum amount of bonds wh'ch may be issued and the amount which is required to be obtained. $89,000 6% School Bonds, of the de nomination of $1,000, number'd from 1 up, to be dated October 1. 1921, and to mature In numerical order, four bonds on October 1st of each of the years 1923 to 1937. both Inclusive; five bonds on October 1st of each of the years 1933 to 1941. both Inclusive. $12,000 $% Water Bonds. Serifs '‘K’* of the denomination of $1,090 numbered from 1 up. to be dared Sep tember 1, 1921 and to mature in nu merical order one bond on September 1st of each of the years 1923 to 1934, both Inclusive. AU of said bonds are in coupon form, with privilege of registration as to prin cipal and Interest, or as to principal only. Interest Is payable semi-annually and both principal and int«re»r are payable at the office of the City Treasurer, of the City of Perth Amboy Each l*sue of bonds will, unless all bids therefor are rejected, be sold tu the bid der or bidders complying with the terms of sale and otti • less than the sums above stated for each Issue and to take therefor the least amount of bends, tom nencing with the first matur ity and stated in a multiple of $l.nnr>; and if two or more bidders oflfer to take the same arm unt of such bonds, then such bonds will be sold to the bidder or bidders offering to pay theref. r the hish est additional price. In addition to i he price bid, the purchaser must pay ac crued Imercst fr on the date of the bonds to the date of delivery The right Is reserv. d to re ject all bids and any hid not complying with the pro visions hereof will b.. rejected. Bids are desired on forms which will be furnished by the City, and each bid must be en closed in a sealed envelope marked. "Pro posal for Bonds" and addressed to Ferd Garretson. City Treasurer, and must be accompanied by a certified check or checks on an Incorporated bank or trust company for two per rent of th*- par value of the amount of bonds bid for, to secure the city against any |..ss resulting from the failure cf th bidder to comply with the terms of his bid. The bonds will be prepared under the general supervision of the United States Mortgage anti Trust Company and the legality approved by Messrs. Caldwell & Raymond. FERD GARRETSON. 790$—1 9-4-11_ f'jry Treasurer. MIDDLESEX COUNTY UOl RT OF COMMON PLEAS To JOHN SZEBIK and ROSA SZEBIK. their heirs, executors, devisees, person al representatives and successors, and all other persons interested: Take notice, that application will be made to h;s Honor, Peter F. Daly Judge of the Middles' x C’oumy Court of Com mon Pleas, or such other judge as shall hold said court, at the court hou.se. in New Brunswick, New Jersey, on Friday, the twenty-first da> of October. 19-1. at 19 o’clock In the forenoon of said day or as soon ther* aft cj. as the matter can come on to be heard, for an order to cancel of record a certain mortgage from George Kovacs and Juli Kovacs. Ins wife, to John Szebik and Rosa Szebik. his wife dated March 23, 1914 and recorded In the office of the clerk of Middlesex j County on March 24. 1914 in Book 274 of Mortgages, page 623. EMIL STREMLAU. Attorney of Petitioner fiS •;$ — n -27-19-4 11-IS FIRST OF TEN Launching the scout cruiser Rich mond at Philadelphia. Pa. It is the first of ten designed as combination scout cruisers, mine layers and air plane cainci s. * AUTOMOBILES_ | _ AlltiwubMw for Sale 11 ; KURD SEDAN—Late model; a-l condltior k | extras. I.»jUlre 17T Fayette St. MOON—Country Club; looks like new . bargain. County Bridge Garage. 409 k ; 411 Market 8t. TeL 1411._ • 1 1‘AIGE TOURING CAR—1918; for sale Tel. 1422-R.__ • REPUBLIC TRI CK—One ton. new rub • her; Just overhauled and painted; verj reasonable; $230. 449 Laurie St, I AUCTION SALE—Automobiles of si kinds; outside cars sold on commission. Wed. Oct. 5th. 2 PM. Opro House Ot • rate 14-11 Liberty 9t.. New Brunswick. i Thone New Brunswick 909. II USED CAR8 I Hudson Touring; like new; $1450. 191* Maxwell Touring. 1100. 1919 Ford Touring. 1250. SEXTON’S GARAGE IS Smith gtrest ; USED-<\YRS—sacrificed: all used cars cr hand to he sold at great sacrifice: good election at your own price; open and closed models. Superior Garage Co.. Vap!e_ Fayette Streets. > t'SKD CARS—Two Fords. 1920 Touring; Oldsmobile 7 passenger Touring; Bulck 5 passenger Touring Central Garage. :25-227 New B runawtek Avenue._ GOOD USED CALS Overland 90 Touring, nice shape. $300.00 I»ndge Touring. $350.00. Ford Red Speedster, cut down; $175.00 A Choice Lot of Ford Tourings, $150.00 to $200.00. A Choice Lot of Ford Runabout. $125.00 to $300.00. Ford Deliveries. $150.00 to $200.00. DORSEY MOTORS. INC., Authorised Ford Dealers 3*3-367 Division Street Phone 1916 Perth Amboy USED CARS—And Truck# at real bargains 1920 Lexington Sedan, slightly used as demonstrator at a bis bargain. If you are In the market for a used car or truck. W9 have them; time payments can bs arranged. Oak 8L Oarage. 219 Oak St Phone 115. ______________________ USED CARS—Always a good assortment of used oara to select from at Garret—n'e N**w Brunswick Avenue._ USED C Alls—1917 Chandler Touring cheap. 1920 8 Cylinder Oldsmobilc Chassis, rebuilt, good as new; cord tires: a bargain. Ideal Garage. 643 Amboy A ve, Tel. 253._ _Motorcycles and Hicycles_12 good condition; all makes, $8.00 up. 327 Kirkland Place. MOTORCYCLE FARTS—In stock at all times for Hnrley-Davldson, Indian Re pairs: also tiros, tubes and accessories. So. Motorcycle Leo. 709 Charles St. Phone 204._ Auto Accessories 14 BATTFRIES— Willard Threaded Rubber Batteries, unfailing guards against need for reinstation during the battery's life. Battery A Motor Service Station. 149 N-w Brunswick Ave._Tel. 1885. BATTERIES—2 yur twruiHj uncondi tional; a new Ray Battery if your old one goes wrong within 2 years. What other battery dares to do this? Chris Johnson.__163 New Brunswick Ave._ SPEEDOMETERS—XManaA A Dlmond; I Bearings for all cars; vulcanising. Phone i 217: Mrtdlaon Ave. and Market 8t. | TIRES—For sale; Goodyear. Goodrich. Mtchelln. Fisk and United States. F. K. Martin. 145 New Brunswick Avenue. I TIRES—Bright** Ave. Garage; tires, j tubes and accessories. Phone 1422-M. Service Station—Repairing_IS AMBOY AUTO RADIATOR WORK8 Auto radiators, bodies and fendera re paired. auto sheet metal work. 154 New Brunswick Ave. Tel._1607._ \MEKICAN OARAGE— Heat equipped re pair ehop In town; day and night ser vice. Supplies and accessories. For aer flCI call 1581. _ ATLANTIC GARAGE—Auto Sales and Service; Eveready Storage Batteries. 665 Amboy Ave. Phon# 1966. AUTO PAINTING—John P. Jacko. Auto mobile, Truck and Wagon Painter. 305 Laurio Street. Jitney Bus painting a specialty._ _ AUTO TOPS—Recovered and repaired. Slip Covers for all cars. P. Guthoff. 1S4 New Brunswick Ave. Phone 1580. CLAU8SN A JOHNSON—Auto Tops cov ered and repaired. We make new cur tains, cushions, carpets, floor coverings; all kinds of auto top material for sale; wholesale and retail. 143 New Brunswick Avenue PboM 41-W« _ | ELLIS BR< >8.—Garage, for your repair j ing. moving and trucking, car and tax! service. Storage and supplies. Phone 3197 480-433 High SL _ FEDERAL AUTO RADIATOR WORK8— Auto radiators, bodies and fenders re Paired, all kinds auto sheet metal work. 190 New Brunswick Av«. Phon# I860. I FORDS GARAGE CO.—Expert auto re ! pairing, battery electrical service; night ami day: service station Gould Storage Batteries. New Brunswick Ave. and I Hornsby St. Phone 2058 Perth_Amboy._ ■ FRANK HUDA—Commercial automobile j body builders and repairers; automobile painting: specializing on touring and ! commercial cars. 419 Division St. Phone : 1 -,i _ _ GEORG i; SIMON GARAGE—Storage anl repairing; New Brunswick Ave, corner I Con very Place. Phone 711._ HIGH ST. GARAGE—Expert repairing. | overhauling, pleasure cars, trucks, carbon I burning: automobile supplies. 342 High PI oe 3383 A. A. Maurer. B A MORROW—Auto Repair Co d.striburois for Middlesex County Selden Motor Trucks; l Vi to 5 tona 340 Pros* p#C! Ph"ne 3044 _ _| MAGNETOS REPAIRED—William Auto Elecmo Service Statlun; magnetos, gen- i eratat -. starters, batteries properly and j fully recharged 50c. Agent for the With erbee Battery 140 New Brunswick Ave. MASTER MECHANIC—Otto Dietz. 18 years experience on all makes of cars and marina engines; work guaranteed. Phons ■ rner Stare and Cl jiuacg Sts i RTH AMBOY AUTO BODY CO.— Builders of aut< delivery and truck bod ms; painting and repairing. 889-893 8tat* St. Phone 1501. __ PETE'S GARAGE—Expert auto repairing, electrical and battery service. 870 Am boy Ave. Top H11L Phone 135. P. J. Magyar. Prop._ RARITAN AUTO RADIATOR WORKS— Expert repairing auto radiators, lamps. ! fenders, hoods, gasoline tanks, etc. 181 New Brunswick Ave. 182 Fayette St. Phone 2172. _ VULCANIZING—Largest, most complete tire, tube repair shop in state; best ser vice Satisfaction guaranteed. George’s i Tire c*op. ISO New Brunswick Ave. On | the corner._f VULCANIZING—Steam Vulcanizing and retreading. Billy’s Tire Shop. Phone . 1140 148 Mew Brunswick Ave._ WATSON AVE GARAGE—Auto repair ing. Carbon Burning; light machine work All work guaranteed. H. Kress. Tel. 2240. FIRE ALARM BOXES 21—Gordon and Meade Streets 23— Madison Ave. and Paterson St. 24— Market and Sheridan Streets 25— Smith Street and Central R. R. 26— Market and First Streets 2 7—Kan tan Copper Works 28—High and Lewis Streets 34—Madison Avenue and Smith Street 56—Smith and High Streets 26—New Brunswick Ave. and New Street 37—Smith and State Streets 41— Standard Underground Cable Co. 42— Atlantic Terra Cotta Works 43— Buckingham Ave. and Hartford St. 45— Co nmerce and Front Streets 46— Stats and Washington Streets 47 —High and Washington Streets 52— Cortlandt and Easton Streets 54—State St. and Buckingham Ave. 5£—Parker St. and Pulaski Ave. 56— Hall Ave and Charles St. 57— State and Wayne Streets 58 Near Lead Works 53— Maurer 62— Washington Strset and Park Avenue 63— New Brunswick Ave. and Elm Street 64— Smith Street and Watson Avenue 65— Commerce and State Streets 72— Front and Smith 8treets 73— Water and Gordon Streets 74— Kearny Ave. and Gordon Strsst SI—Brace and Hanson Avenues 82—Smith and Herbert Streets 82—Amboy Ave. and Washington St. 84—Lehigh Ave. and Stanford Strest 63—Near City Hospital 66— Cleveland and Brace Avenues 87—Amboy and Hall Avenues 92—Amboy Ave and Inslee S'rest *3 — Lawrence and Francis Streets 84—.Neville and Johnstons Sutsis 1 ' 1 ] r , LITTLE ADS WITH BIO IDEAS Evening News classified ads are something like bank books—you can’t tell how important they are from their size! Some of the world's greatest ideas have been expressed in surprisingly few words. Lincoln’s Gettysburg address contains but 226 words; the Ten Commandments, 297; the Declaration of Independence, 1,321; and the Constitution of the United States, 2,294. Big ideas are being put before the people of Perth Amboy through the News classified col umns every day by the use of a few well chosen words. A little ad of from 25 to 30 words will sell a property worth thousands of dollars, find a buyer for a high grade used car, sell out a business—or do any of the hundreds of im portant things that eould be asked of it any day of the year. You'll find some interesting and profitable ideas every time you read through the Evening News’ classified columns. When you want to use an ad of your own, call 400 and ask for an ad taker. BUSINESS SERVICE _Auto Livery—Garages_If GARAGES—Six. and one shop for rent on King Street. Inquire Maple Realty Co.. I 319 Smith Street__ JOE'S TAXI—Phone roso. bay and Night service. Cars to hire for weddings funeral* etc. By hour, trip or day, 436 Division 8t. _ _Wanted—Automobiles _ 17 I AUTOMOBILES—Perth Amboy Auto Wrecking Co.. Rachlin A Feldman; high est prices paid for all kinds of autombiles All kinds of parte on hand. Radiators, carburetor* lamps magnetos, springs, generators, tires, tubes, etc. for salt*. 184 Fayette Street. 183 New Brunswick Ave. P**rth Amboy N. J Tel. 1394. _Business Srrviet-s Offered_18 BLACKSMITH — And practical horseshoer Wheelwright and body builder. Chas. J. Tenk. 369 New Brunswick Ave._ MATTRESSES—Have your hair mat* tresses mad.? over. Phone lltl-W. _ RARITAN PUBLICITY SERVICE—Mimeo graphing. public stenographer, adverti sing. 202 Raritan Building. Perth Am* boy. N. J. Phone 1856.__ STEAMSHIP TICKETS — Money ex change. notary. Mlndzsenthy A Mlrrossay. 167 Hall Ave.. Perth Amboy. N. J. Tel. 642. SHOES SHINED—George's Shoe Shining Parlor; regular shine 5c. cream shine. 16c. cream dye. 36c. 152 Smith SL. Junior Hall._ STOVE REPAIRING—Get your stove or range In shape for wiuter. Let an ex pert repair It. Miller's. 539 State St. Phone 793-W. WALL PAPEk—Hava your windows, wail paper cleaned in your home, store or of fice; moderate charges. Perth Amboy Window Cleaning Co.. 103 Broad Su Phone 1906. _ __ Building—Contracting 19 GUTH ELECTRIC CO—Electrical con tractors and dealers In electrical sup plies; lighting fixtures of quality. 185 Smith St. Phone 23. R. L. SCHUCK—Motors and genarators Installed and repaired. line construction and interior wiring. Shop and residence 449 Compton Ave. Tel. 1517._ J J. YELLEN—Electrical Contractor; finished house wiring a specialty; fix tures at reasonable prices; estimates cheerfully furnished 161 Lind 8t. ROOFING — H. C. Smith. Jr.. Roofer; slate, slag roofing and tinning: water proofing. 123*125 Madison Ave. Tel. 1 #66 BUSINESS SERVICE __Repairing_U CABINET MAKING—Colonial Cabinet Works; horns of export cabinet makers; uphoistering; veneering, enameling, chair cenet ?; glass tabls tops, ehelvea mirrors choice oriental ruga. Cleaning and re pairing. Phone 218-M. 388 State 8t. ELECTRIC REPAIRING—Generators u d starters repaired; all makes of arma ture! rewound: motor winding our spe cialty. K. & K. Electric Co. 149 New Brunswick Ave._Tel. 808._ LEGION SHOE REPAIR CO.—With our new method we repair all types of shoes in the most satisfactory way at the low est possible cost. We use the best oak leather. 288 Hobart St. Phone 423._ RIGGER AND 8TEBPLe JACK—Arthur Smalley; painting and overhauling. Eas i ton Avenue Road. New Brunswick. N. J. Tel. 1197-W.__ SHOE REPAIRING—Fret claaa; beat oak leather used; also new shoes at reason able prcee. J. Cherensky. 181 New Brunswick Ava. SHOE REPAIRING—Plrat claaa; all work guaranteed and promptly done; also new shoes of best qualities, standard makes. S. Goldsmith. 127 Fayetta St. SHOE REPAIRING—Central Shoe Repair ing Co. will save your shoes We restore them to their original newness; moder ate prices. 279 Madison Ave. Opposite M a J eatlc. ilTOVE REPAIRING—Have your stove repaired before the cold weather sets in. Tel 2283-TV. UPHOLSTlfiRINO — AND FURNITURE REPAIRING. HARRY FEINBERG, 20 SMITH ST. PHONE 1571. UPHOLSTERING—-I*. L. BRAIDWOOD. 362 HIGH ST. PHONE 253. UPHOLSTERING—And Furniture Repair ing. John J. Galvin. 396 Park Ave. Tel. 1347-M.___ _Renovating and Dyeing_29 i CLEANING—Alterations, Cleaning, Dye ing. Pressing. Orders called for and de livered; prices moderate. 8. Epstein, 256 Madison Ave.. Below Majestic Theatre. Tel. 1479._ __ ; CLEANING—Tailoring and Cutting; la i dies' and Gents’ garments cleaned, pressed end repaired; reasonable price. *91 State St. Perth Amboy. N, J. DYEING—To match your sample, clean ing. repairing men’s and women's cloth ing. Phone 1658. Fishkin Bros., 309 Stata sr. 13<*. New Brunswick Ave. FURS REMODELED—Furs stored free while having them remodeled or repaired | at very low prices during the summer i months. Insured against Are and bur- | glsry. A. Greenhouse 56 Smith 8L_ . employment Help Wanted—female __22 J COOK—Inquire Woodbrldge Hotel. Tel. Woodbrid.rc 49. _ GIRL—For upstairs work and waiting on table. Woodbrldge Ho t e I._Wood hr! d ge. GIRL—For general housework; must be good cook: no washing, good wages. 13 4 High_Street. GIRL—For housework; small family; |40. 87 Market Strfet. GIRL- I . r ^ ri' i .i I housework. Mrs. J. J. Mann. 255 State Street. GIRLS—Inquire Chtscbrough Manufac turing Co._ _ GIRL—For plain cooking atul downstairs work. 154 Rector Street._ NURSES—Young women for rt months course; 823.00 a month and maintenance Apply Richmond Memorial Hospital, Prince Bay. Staten Island._ OPERATORS—Wanted on Atted cami soles. brassieres, etc. Learners taken: cle^n and easy work: also steady. Neat form Co.. Amboy Road and Main St.. Tottenvilla. S. I. Only 3 minutes' walk from ferry. SERVANT GIRL— Inquire 102 Broad St root.__ WAITRESS—Upstairs girl and conk. Mrs. Russell E. Watson, 76 Adelaide Ave.. 1 New B runs wick.__ I WOMAN—To do washing. 140 Grove Ave.. Woodbrldge. WOMAN—For kitchen work, short hours: good pay._City Market. 131 Smith at. WOMAN—(White) for house cleaning. Raritan Inn, Key port._ YOUNG GIRL—For light housework. Mills. 164 Prlghton Avenue._ DOMESTIC EMPLOYMENT AGENCY— j 320 Market St., femals help furnished. < positions waiting for girls; women by day for private families. Phone 1418 M __Help Wanted—Male S3 BUTCHER—First class. Apply Wagner Market Co. 167 Bmlt h Street. _ AMBOY EMPLOYMENT AGENCY—Li censed Employment Bureau. Supplies men and women for all types of work, if you need help of any kind, call upon us and we will help you solve labor prob lems. 310 Maple St._Phone 1952. Help Wauled—Male and Femals 31 _Heating and numbing_K9 PLUMBING—Damgaard & Uuote. Heat ing and gas fitting. Jobbing promptly at tended to, estimates furnished. 308 Elm St. Phone JQfl. _ PLUMBING—£?. L. Bulvanoskl, plumbing, heating, gas fitting and tinning in all Its branches; all work promptly done. 670 Charles St._Phone 1406. PLUMBING — J o h n Klustndorf. plumbing, heating and gas fitting: Jobbing promptly attended to; estimates furnished. 498 Groom St. Phone tftl. _ _ Insurance _ 21 INSURANCE—Reduce the cost of your life insurance. A $25,000 policy can he ob tained for a limited number of years at $355.00 annually: age basis 35. Nielsen and Hostrup. 130 Smith St. Phone i _ Millinery—I’rramnaking_22 DRESSMAKING—Ladles; latest fashions; hemstitching and buttons covered. A. Kalman. 283 Elm St._ t»»; i>.~m aking—Children'* clothes mude to order. First class workmanship; cus tomer’s own material made up; prices _ -enable. May Q. Mayo, 166 First St. HEMSTITCHING—We do'all kinds of aids and accordion pleating and machine pleating; very reasonable prices. E. Weiss 317 M»—•** St^ Phone 2072. >lo\ ing. Trucking. Storage 13 AUTO TRUCKING—Long distance and moving at railroad rates; also storage. A. p. Stryker 231 Grant .St. Tel. 21« 1. CARTING—Walsherk’s General Trucking, local and long distance moving; also light and beaVy carting. 26* Goodwin 8l Phone 1171 Perth Amboy. N J. IIAl LING—Andrew Anderson, Trucking engines boilers, machinery, safes, heavy hauling and rigging of every description. Pierce Arrow and Packard 6 ton trucks. Tel. 178. 77 Fayette Street- Perth Am boy. N. J._ MOVING—D. Kadln. expreee and etorage, long distance moving with care. 104 New Brunswick Ave. Phone 1676. 1883. Perth Amboy. MOVING—P.arlran Expreee. carting and trucking and moving, local and long dis tance. Phone 353-J. J. Slendenburg. 377 Division 8L__ MOVING—Hmielskl Bros.. light and heavy trucking; local and long distance, careful drivere. al work given our per sonal attention. Phone 406 Perth Am boy!___| tlon between Penh Amboy and New York; move la city or country. 295 Wasblngton_ 8t._ Phone_ 898-J. _I MOVING—John Hawrylko ft Son, truck ing and moving: local and long distance; personal attention to all work. 112 Cbaoncey St. Telephone Connection. TRUCKING—John Gardell. transfer and suto trucking; storage furniture and pianos moved; country and city. 205 Market Bl Phone 8T>. TRUCKING—C. Borup. transfer and auto trucking, storage, furniture and pianos moved, city and country. 335 Stats St. Phone 5171. __ _Painting and Papering_54 DECORATING—A. P. Barner; Painter and Paper Hanger; work guaranteed; reasonable prices; estimates given. 123 So. 1st 8L Phone 543-W. PAINTING—Harry Cohen. Paper Hanger; Interior decorating a specialty; estimates furnished. 178 Broad St. Shop 164 So. 1st St. Phone 547-J. PAPER HAMilNiJ — Paper Hanging a specialty. Wall Paper retail at whole sale prices. Paper Hangers furnished at lowest prices. N. Y. Wall Paper Co. 360 Bt it# St. Phone 1722._ I^rofessinnal Semices 57 PIANO TUNING—And Repairing; first class work. C. Steinhauser. 325 State Ft Tel l "5 4- M. If YOU have some special want to be satisfied — call the EVENING NEWS and ask for an ad taker. f MEN AND WOMEN All who are out of work and want to * receive first consideration for employ ment during the coming rosperity are requested to register without cost to themselves at the Amboy Em ployment Agency. 310 Maple St. _Salesmen and Agents_3ft SALESMAN—Local; either for full or part time, to assist In the placing of the balance of a preferred convertible stock issue of a producing oil company that ha, paid regular quarterly dividends for three years and just now promise# much larger returns. Must be man of good standing. Splendid opportunity for the right man. Apply by letter, stating qualifications and reference, to Burrows. Keane & Co. Inc., 25 W. 43rd St., New 1 York City._ SALESMEN—10: neat appearing, aggres- j sive men; used to make |50 or more a 1 week. Call at 407 Amboy Avenue any _ afternoon and agk for Mr. Gain. j Bltuations Wanted -female_M WOMAN—Wishes washing Inquire An nle Drahoa._307 Sutton St._ _____ >if uations Wasted—Male 37 AI'TO Ti;r<'iv I >h I V KK—Of help T de sires position. Sten Kinny. Tel. 804-J, Fords. > MARRIED MAN—Wishes position as helper on truck, watchman or all around man. "T." Care News.__ I IWaaaI fled Ada offer good Job* c FINANCIAL _______ Business Opportunities _ 33 BARBER SHOP—With fixtures and liv ing rooms, alao good location for tailor or shoemaker. 117 Slovens Ave.. South Amboy. N. J._ BUILDING—For lease or rent; formerly occupied by the Zlnner Chemical Co., Front St. Apply Board of Harbor Com mlatfopera, city Jfall._ CANDY AND CIGAR STORE—Inquire IK Fayette Street._ RESTAURANT BUSINESS—Good loca tion ; pries reasonable. Inquire Terry Confect lonerry. Tot tenv die. INSTRUCTION _Musical. Dancing, Dramatjn_44 BANJO— To play, no pay—Banjo. Mando lin. Guitar, etc. Beginneral Play tunes perfect firsts In sis lessor.® or your money back. Ragtime, etc. Instrument* cold on eaay terms Music. Friday and Sa turday 1* A M.-f P. M. E. Rogers 810 Maple St.. Perth Amboy. Phone 1082._ IT A NO—Instruction. Perth Amboy Con servatory nf Music; thorough ? < I terms moderate. Address 148 Market St.. Phone 14.14-R.___ LIVESTOCK ______ Horses, Cattle. Vehicles_43 COWS—Fresh Cows and Springers for sale or exchange for Beef Cows Prices rea sonable. Call or write. Levine A Kap lowlta. 1 <8 Lewi* St. Tel. 8037._ COWS—And Springers for sale at any time, extra good milker*; always large stock on hand. J. Zlotkin. Freehold. N. _J._Tel._168 -'W_ __ HORSE—Good; delivery wagon and har riea* cheap. Inquire Miller's. 530 State St rest. __ HORSE—Good bargain; must be sold at once. 184 First Street. TWo HORSES—Harness and 3 wagons. John Seaman. 625 State St._ WAGONg—3 coup<s; 1 delivery; 2 aurreys. O. Olson, foot Jolln< A v • Tot ten vllle. _________ Poultry and Supplies 18 CHICK FEED—Scratch. Whole Corn. Maah. Also agent for Dr. Peter's Kurl ko. E. Ohlson. Phone 2045. 405 LauTe St._ POULTRY—Wholesale and Retail Pc try Market; live chickens, ducks, etc., at lowest prices 257 New Brunswick Ave. D. Schaffer. Prop.__ mcnonHivuioc. Articles for 8»l«_51 FURNACE—Hot Air. inquire 244 Rec tor St root.__ .EATHEK—Oak Soles and scraps. Ws carry a full lino of cobbler'a tools and supplies for homo use. P. BarblerL 404 406 State 8t. _ _ DLD MATRICES—Heavy preaaed card board newspaper mats—dimensions same as this printed page. Best possible lin ing for Inside of poultry houses, garages or for sheathing stucco houses. Keeps out the cold. Large supply on hand. Price 61.00 a hundred. Call at Evening News OffIco._ RUBBER GOODS—Thompson - Goodyear Rubber Corp.. 315 Maple St. Tel. 2169. Everything In Rubber; wholesale and re tail. Plumbers. Factory and Household Supplies.______ SAFE GUARD—Check writer; very cheap, bargains in shot guns, rifles and shells, hunting c.a’s. safety razors and blades. 8. Perlmutter._199 Bmjth_Street._ wall PAPER—*29% reduction on all grades. Prices from 10 cents a roll up. Large virlety. Gimpleman Bros. 331 8tato St. Phoni 1771.__ __Business ^Equipment_59 JAR BON PAPERS—And Typewriter Sup plies for a'l machines; first class ribbons. Stationery and supplies E. M.^Glueck, 76 Smith 3t. Phono 2177. ___ rY?E WRITERS — Headquarters. Sold, rented, repaired, parts. Ribbons. 65c. Carbon Paper. 15c dozen; bargains. Comepys & Bro., corner Smith and Elm Streets._ WAX FIGURES—A number of wax fig ures and hat stands on hand. F. A F. Shop. ’.25 Maple St. _ _ _Building Materials_ 54 JolLEUS—J. J. Ktonen. tanks and smoke stacks. sheet iron work of all descriptions Repairing a specialty. 386 and 390 Divi sion St. and P. R. It. Perth Amboy, N. J. Phone office 1608; home 260-R._ HARDWARE—Elizabeth Hardware Co., The Home of Hardware. 137-139-141 j New Brunswick Ave. Tel. Exchange 120 111 Perth Am boy ._ HARDWARE—Tools. Paints. Oils. Var nishes. Wall Paper. Painters Supplies. Max Goldfarh. 311 State 8t. Phone 861. PAINTS—Allan: ic Lead and Atluntlo Linseed Oil; Pierce's Ready Mixed Paint, 63.25 a gallon; set colors. S. Koch. 363 State St._Phone 1316._ VARNISH AND STAIN—In one applica tion. See The Jonlee Co. Paint Head quarters. 184 Smith 8t. Phone 19 0. Farm and Dairy Products 53 milk—Forth Amboy Milk Go* always at your service. Deliveries everywhere. Demand our products from your dealer cr grocer._ Good Thinge to Fat__ 57 IH8AD—Eat that eo homelike Aunt Mar tha Bread; sold at all grocers. Sira men's Model Bakery. uOFFEE CAKES—Danish coffee cakes, pics, layer cakes, doughnuts, etc., fresh every day at 2 P. M. N. E. Bjornson, Jr., |2t New Brunswick Avenue. _ POP CORN CRISPS—Dixie Mix; you miss a treat if you fall to eat this excellent pop corn confection. Dixie Products Co, J : Madison Ave.. Perth Amboy. N. J. • \ LADS—Majestic Delicatessen, ready cook' meats; all home cooking; cater ing to parties and entertainments a spe ■ ty I 19 Smltl St. Phone l _Household Goode_6‘J BABY CARRIAGE—Good condition. 285 Goodwin Street.__ BED ROOM SUITES—2: dark oak; sep arate or suite; desk and bookcase cosn bined; sideboard (buffet and crystal closet) combined. Dining room table; 6 ■ hairs; oth-r pieces 151 Market Sr._ BURNER GAS STOVE—8; and oven . 29 Smith Street._ ■| RNITLTRE—Inquire 181 Broad street. ’URNITURE—Dublin Furniture House, all ;inde of furniture, baby carrlagta. floor coverings a specialty; reasonable prices; positively ntw goods. 979 Smith Btreet. L>AK DRESSER—With French plate mir ror; nearl*- new; sacrifice at 618.00. Box 104. Care News._ 3TOVE—Kitchen and parlor. Inquire 378 Washington _ _.nacnwery xoois_si IOTORS AND GENERATORS—All kinds f A. C. and D. C.. also rewinding and repairing promptly attended to. Peith Amboy Storage Battery & Electrlo Co.. 246 Madison Ave. Tel 1SQ7. _ _MiiHieal Instrument* _62 VII'SIC ROLLS— Latest; come in and hear them. Trices 15c up. Shed music. J. Smeiling. US Sinith Street. VI LSI CAL INSTRUMENTS—Full line 0* small instruments, banjos, mandolins,' rruitars and musical accessories. Brun ton Piano Store. 204 Smith St._ PIANO—Duainherrie: good condition. Ap ply 140 Brighton Avenue. _ PIANO—Strauss Ac Son. $125 cash. In quire 5264 Arthur Kill Road, Tottenville, Staten Island or Tel. 2564-M._ tECORDS—Emerson Records; all the la test songs and dance hits on sale. Watches. Clocks and Jewelry; also expert watfMi rapairing S Cardon 70 Kmlrh Specials at the 8 ores_64 INAMELWAHE—Special sale; closing out our entire stock at less than cost. John Molnar_481A 8tate 8l___ _Wearing Apparel_ 65 JAPS—Mens Caps and Cloth Hats made to order in any wanted style. Men's Hal Store. 256 Smith St.. Corner Elm. Wanted to Buy_66 EXCELLENT—Prices paid for your furni ture by largest used furniture dealer In city. Call ue first. It will pay. Miller’s. 53® State St Phone 713-W.__ 'URN ITU HE—Second hand; bought and Bold. I. Sober. 6-8 Smith 8t. TKNITURB—We buy all kinds second iand furniture. G. Houser. 103 Fayette tt. Phone 848-W.__ ’L’RNITURE—High Prices paid for sec ond and furniture; also all kinds of stoves, bedding, floor covering for sale. 8usaman. 18 Smith St. Tel. 1494-J. STAMP BOOKS—United Certificates and soap wrappers: highest prices paid. Bring th. up to 441 Amboy Ave._ STAMPS—We Luy all kluds of coupons, soap wrapper*. United Certificates, trad ing stamps. Elk Trading Stamp Co.. 338 8tate Street. The Surest way to sell goods Is to use lassified ad* r ROOMS AND BOARD Koona With Board 6? HOTEL REMINGTON—371 Smith It, furnished room* by flay or week; rooms steam heated, meals served: alao regu lar board. Tel. 434_ Rooms Wit haul Board j GOODWIN ST, 273— Furnished rooms; for 2 gentlemen or couple; all lmprove , monte; private family. GORDON ST, 30—Nicely furnished room. private family. GORDON ST, 133—Furnished room with kltch enette. Tel. 1SJ4.__ LEWIS ST, lfO—Nicely furnished rooma; Private family. Tel. ITtl-R. McClellan ST, 247—1 single room; 1 double rooms; all Improvements_ Mt OLELLA N ST, 240—Furnished front room: all Improvements. McClellan House.__ 31 ARK FT ST, 115—Nicely furnished rooms; all Improvements; In private fam ily._ MARKET ST, 296—Furnished rooms; all conveniencee. Tel. 443-J. MARKET ST, 27*—Elegantly furnished big front room; hot bath, electricity; fine locality._ MARKET STREET. 111A—Nice Furnished Room.__ RECTOR ST.. 284—Neatly furnished room for gentleman or lady; all Improvements. RECTOR ST, 106—Nice large front room. Suitah 1 e for two._Phone 125-W._ RECTOR ST, 262—Nicely furnished room. private fam 11 y; gentleman preferred. STATE ST. 235—2 furnished rooms for gentlemc all conveniences; light and airy. _ STATE ST, 231—Furnished room; good home for right party. STATE ST, 234—2 large furnished rooms; gentlemen preferred. TOTTENVILLE—Furnished room, all up to-date Improvements; with or without board. 7334 Amboy Road, near Wood Avenue.__ WATER ST, 27—Room for 1 or 2 gentle mon. Steam heat; beet location. WATER ST, 233—Large furnished room; facing the bay. with or without house keeping privileges. FURNISHED ROOM—Inquire Majestic Confectionery. 372 Madleon Ave. ROOMS—Furnished; 1 or 2. Inquire any day after 4 o*clock._103 Kearny Ave. Roeraia foe Housekeeping_09 AVENGL—House, on trolley line; 12 rooms; 2 baths; garage. Tel. Rahway m-J. _ HIGH ST, 286—One light housekeeping room.__ HIGH ST, 425—2; furnished for light h o u se k raping. KEARNY AVE, 149—Furnished room* suitable for light housekeeping. MARKET ST, 346—2 housekeeping rooms, (’all after 6 evenings. PROSPECT ST, 355—Furnished room for couple for light housekeeping; home prl v lieges._ WATER ST, 47—Furnished room with or without light housekeeping; beautiful lo cation J_*ljlwprovrments. Phone 506-R. WATER ST, 163—2 light housekeeping roo ms; all modern Improvemen ts, FU UN 1 SHED A PA R T ME NT—For light housekeeping; all Improvements. 141 Main St, Tottenvllle._ _Where to Fat_71 HOME RESTAURANT AND COFFEE HOUSE Our best advertisement is. that those who try our home cooking always come in again. Real food at rea sonable prices. 194 Smith Street. PRESTO LUNCH—And Bakery; home pastries; popular prices; open day and night. 11* Smith Street.__ VICTORY RESTAURANT—Oyatar and Chop House; sea food special; popular prlcea 322 Stats Street, near Jefferson St.. Perth Amboj^ Tel. 2114._ Wanted—Rooms, Board_7H WANTED—Furnished room for you ng lady; with privilege of light housekeep ing^ State price. Address ••Room,* News. REAL ESTATE FOR RENT _Real Estate Desltfs_7AA CONARD A COM PA NY—Real Estata and General Insurance. 102 Smith Street. , Perth Amboy, N. J. Phone 210. _I FRASER BROS.—Real Estate and insur ance. Savings Bank Building. Phone 663._ HANS NIELSEN CO.—Rsal Estate and I Mortgages. 196 Smith Street. Real Estae Exchange Building. Telephone 88._;_ JACOBSON A GOLDFARB—Real Estate and Insurance Raritan Building. Phone 1856,_ MAPLE REALTY CO.—RealVEstate. 216 -h Sr. Phone 1710._ MARGARETTKN A LOB EL—Successors to Alpern A Co.. Real Estate, Mortgages and Insurance. Raritan Building. Perth Amboy. N. J. Phone 880, PERT l AMBOY REAL ESTATE EX CHANGE and General Insurance. 317 Madison Avenue. Phone 1466. PERTH AMBOY TRUST COMPANY Real Estate Department Property in all sections of the city for sale at fair prices, good terms. If you wish to buy or sell It will be to your advantage to cal) on us. _•'Superior Service**___ PHIL:P LEVINE—Real Estate and all kinds of insursnes; money to loan; rents collected, etc. Earl tan Building. Phone. SHIRLEY & SORENSON—Successors to D. A. Shirley. Real Estate and Insur ance. 130 Smith St., Perth Amboy. Office open evenings. Tel. iso. ___Apartments and Plata_74 AMBOY AVE.. 443—Five rooms; all im provements including steam heat fuvn by the owner. AMBOY AVE.. 442—6 rooms "and bath; also 3 rooms and bath; all improvements. Tel. 2179-M.____ BRIGHTON AVE.—4 rooms. Inquire 80 Gordon St., upstairs._ CATALFA AVE., 142 Hi f ai a ' improvements but steam, 140. Inquire 178 Broad St. DIVISION ST. 886—Flat. Inquire J. Polkowlt*. 4!1 State 8t._ EAST AVE., 402—6 room flat; all im provements. ____________________ ELM ST.. 266—5 rooms; all lmprovs mentn Inquire In Grocery Btora._ FAYETTE ST.—Five rooms; tmprove ments. Inquire Solomon. 178 Hklf Ave. LAWR1E ST,—Nice, light upstairs flat for rent by 18th of Oct. Inquire 346 Bar ela yStraet._ MADISON AVJB.. 71—Two four room flats. all Improvements. ____ MARKET ST.. 809—6 room apartment; improvements; 840.00 per month. Charles L. Steuerwald. Inc., 208 Smith St._ MARKET ST.. 840—Five nice rooms; all Improvements. Inquire 273 Goodwin St. MARKET ST.—Six rooms; all improve ments._ Inquire 275 Smith Street. NEVILLE ST., 306—Five rooms; second floor.__ WATSON AVE.. 276—Five rooms; im provements; $20. Inquire 214 New Brunswick Avenue._ » APARTMENT—7 rooms; all improve ments. Inquire Maple Realty Co. 215 Smith Street._ APARTMENT—New; up-to-date; latest improvements; rent $60. 119 Madison Avenue.__ DWELLING—6 rooms; newly decorated. 47 Fayette St. Rent $30. Pierce John _SOB Co- Phone 661. _ FLAT—5 rooms; all modern improvements Inquire Tel._654-J._ FLAT—8 rooms. Inquire Greenspans _NewBstand. Madison Ave. corner Smith. FLAT—5 rooms. Inquire 441 Mechanic Street, downstalrs._ FLAT—Inquire S. Tucker. 68 Brighton Avenue._ nvjuaia—rental inquire zit r*ew Brunswick Avenue._ ROOMS—6: all improvements; heat fur i Inquire 233 State St. Tel. 231-It _ Business Places for B—t 73 KING ST.—New store Just off Smith St. on King St. will lease: also manufactur ing apace 4.800 square feet. Theo. 8. Brown. 383 King St.__ __ NEW BRUNSWICK AVE.. 131— Business property: suitable for wholesale or man ufacturing. Inquire Clemensen's Feed Store. South Second Street._ STORE—And 2 family dwelling; rente $117 a month; price and terms right; $2,000 *-aah required. Charles L. Steuerwald, Inc. 208 Smith Street. Aak about the special rate offered to suslnesa men who use classified advertis ing. Classified Ada make hundreds of dollara profit for the advertisers every day * REAL ESTATE FOR RENT Ho—n for Rent *yj| DIVISION ST.. 3S6—Houee. Inquire J« Polkowita. 411 Stare St. HIGH ST.—8evf*n (7) roomi; ell BuM improvements In- ..ding steam beat; rev <40,00; Inquire 411 High St STATE ST.. 474—0 room house; rent $28, Inqulre 121 Brighton AvaauU. STATE ST.—0 room house; rent |21.n! Charles L. Eteuerwald, Inc., 2#l Smith Street._ _ ___ HOUSE—Por rent oy anle; • rooms; up* ro-dat* impr-M.m*-nfi with garage. In quire B. StreifT. 110 Smith Street. _ _____ Offices sod l»eeh lw W FURNISHED OFFICES—Suitable tqe lawyer. J. KrelelaheJmnr A Son. 13* 1 Smith Street. 1 OFFICE—Large front office to let. Apply Maple Realty Co. 11< Smith PL _Suburban for Rent 7t AVKNEL—Beautiful home; all Improve ment! except heat; $22*. Inquire Corner Manhattan Ave. and Mdnter St. FuRDif, N. J.—& nice room* all improve ments except luat. William St. Tel. 2178-M, Fords. Mrs. Mo a. TOTTKfH’iLLE—High class; nine rooms; 3 baths; two acres: owner occupies; long _len*<^ if desired. Phone 1147 TQttauvIHe.. HOUSE—4 rooms and bath; Improve ments; screened porch and windows; ga rage. $40.00. Owner C. R. Patterson, Washington St., south of Provost Ava., Kcyport, N. J ROOMS—4 large; city water.' Mrs. Flashl i'$ Brighton St.. Toe* Wanted—To Real ~~ " St | APARTMENT—Furnished; •-« rooms; all ■ improvements in desirable location, w Write. giving full particulars • Address Box >10. Care News. APARTMENT—Small or 1-4 rooms pre! ferred by American couple; alt Improve* menta. in Sewaren or woodbridfe. Ad* dress “T. A.” Care News. _Business Property * $< HOTEL—For aale or exchange; h<ftal with 38 rooms; large garage; also 9 here* of ground; pries $10,000; part cash; situated on Lincoln Highway. New Brunswick be tween Kingston and Princeton. Inquire _Louis L. Mabus. Franklin Park, J. PROPERTY—Property corner Smith and Water Streets; 2 family house on Water Street and corner property on Smith Street; good bargain. Inquire 207 Pet «rson St._ washing hto.v, N. J.—Store and dwell ing combined in Village of Hampton, N. J. on the Jersey Central Railroad, real bargain; suitable for any business; pries $1750.00; only $500 cash required. E. B. Blrdsall, Washington. N. J. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE _Farms and Land for Bala_N FARMS—All size farms with Stoek of tools. See us for farma Eastern Farm Development Co., 203 Raritan Bldg., Phone 1856. Houscs~~Fer Sals <4 BRUCK AVE.—Near Amboy; live new stucco buildings; $800 cash required. Mass-»puet Bros. A Co. <03 State gtreet, CENTRALLY LOCATED—• room house: furnished; lease given. Apply Charles _ L. Steuerwald, Inc.. 208 Smith Bt. GOODWIN ST.—Stucco house; 7 rooms; arranged for two families; lot chicken run; electric lights; lots, sinks; $5000.00; $2750.00 qulred. Charles L. Steuerwald. Smith Street._ OAK rr.—Blg bargain; must be sold once; 3 family building on Oak I Smith St., all Improvementa with driveway; price $7300; easy tai_... _ Sehonceit A Blitser. Raritan Building. Tel. 1553. RECTOR ST. NEAR LEWIS—7 room modern corner house; furnished or un furnished. P. O. Box 42%. SHERIDAN St!—Two family house, 13 ,, rooms, all Improvements except steam heat. Masaopust Bros. A Co., <03 Stats Street.___ DWELLING—2 family on Barclay St. t rooms, good condition; all Improvements except heat, $5950. Cash required $2000. Charles L. Steuerwald, Inc.. 203 Smith Street. HOUSE—< rooms; all Improvementa Party will exchange lots In payment rt>r same. Pierce Johnson Co. 317 8m!tli St. Tel. 551. HOUSES—Fords; out 5 room house with Improvements and garage. Two 4 room houses with water and light; will ar range terms. Inquire Michael xanovsky. Fords, N. J. Phone 4955; opposite school RESIDENTIAL SECTION'S—Large selec tion of houses; all modern improventa $10.00 down will start your horns. Carl Jaco j. Real Estate end Insurance. 173 Brighton Ave Tel. «1. 1^. For Bala II FORDS—Building lqta $55 each and at Woodbridga $55 each; amall farma at $400 each and upwards Hana Nielsen Co. 1 $< Smith St., Perth Amboy, N. J. GREEN STR'EET—3 lota $Q * 100 fei tale; price $1,000. Inquire “J. K. S." Care News. ' NEVILLE ST.—Lot 37 H x 100; good le* cation. Inquire 49$ Neville Street. LOTS—Choice residential lots at Woo<L bridge, ai d new subdivision at South Am boy end of projected bridge on Scott Avenue. Charles L. Steuerwald. Inc. 208 8mith Street. RARITAN MANOR—Corner lot 10# g 103 restricted property; will saertflea In quire A. W. Larson. 170 Brighton Ave. SEWAREN—16 lota muat be sold at 8e waren to settle an estate, located on Hol ton and East Ave.. close to R. R. station and Fast Line; sewer, gaa and watar in. I R. Robbins. Lumber Yard. Phone <37, WOODBRIDGE—$760.00 will buy A large lot centrally located; 1 block from trol ley; near school. W# will furnish money to build your home; choose your own contractor; offer good until Nov. 1st, 1921. Boynton Brothers A Co., 87 Smith ^ Street.__ m Suburban For Sale >1 ® FORDS—Bungalow! 6 rooms and bath with improvements; new; will ha finished In 10 days. Fords Ave. and Hollister Place. 8 minutes from trolley and bus line; price $3900.00; terme to salt pur cbaser. Canard A Co. 103 Smith St. FORDS—Six room bouse; nearly new; all improvements; at Raritan Manor. Ad dress Win. A. Spencer, Raritan Build lng. City._ ^ FORD S—5 rooms, gas. electric lights and hath; porches; one minute to trolley and bus. A cozy horns, cheap; only $4,000, $1300 cash required. Charles L. Steuer wald. Inc., 208 Smith St. FORDS—New 7 room house; all laiesl Improvements; small amount of cash, T-l. 137^-R. A. We Is man, Vina 8t FORDS—7 room house; all improvement except heat; $1,000 cash takes It, Am dress “S. B.** Care News. SEW AREN—8 room house; all improve* znents; hardwood floors; large lot; twd car garage; priced $$,500 If sold before Oct. 6. Will take $8,000 for It; part cart, J. H. Concannon. Wood bridge. Phone WnnHhrlitc* 5ftft SOUTH AMBOT^i room houssT 5m9 Street; tine residential section; S blocks from station. Heat, Gas, Laundry room* etc._A. H. Bergen. 260 Main Btrest. STATEN ISLAND—New house: G rooms and bath; all improvements; tax exempt tlon for 10 years: plot 60 x 140; ft min* utes’ walk from Richmond Valley R. R. . station: price $5,600; terms. Apply H, M M. Madsen. 149 Richmond Valley Road* ■ Hirhmond Valley. Staten Island. " To i’TEN'VILLE—Stucco house; bse^S rooms and bath; steam heat, electricity, $6300. Macdonald. 1811 Cedar Bronx. N. Y. TOTTENVI LLE—For sale residency Are minutes from ferry; fine location; six rooms; improvements; price $6,000.ft#t cash $8,000. B Williams. Tottenvlile. N. _ Y.___ ___ TOTTENV6LLE—For sale, bouse, six rooms. Improvements; lot 40 x 215; good location; price $6,000; cash $2,600. B. Willis ms. Tot ten vllle. N. Y. WOODBRIDGE—New bungalow In beet location In city, on trolley line. This Is a bargain to any one with a little cash. Conard A Company. 108 Smith Bt. WOODBRIDGE—New home; 7 rooms, sleeping porch, unfinished attic: r*^l ter heat, garage; large lot; excelent lo cation. Inquire 112 High 2W bridge S17-M. _ ___ J| HOUSE—$3,800 will buy 6 room house, garage, grapes and fruit trees on prem- w ises. part cash; balance mortgage, Mrs. m Van Pelt. R. F. D. No. 1. Ran way. J PROPERTY—Woodbridge; house; 7 rooms all Improvements, garage for 2 cars; lot 60 x 139 will sell on easy terms for ap- V polntment. Tel. Woodbridge 565 or 43-R. ■ Wanted—Real Estate f J DWELLINGS—If you want eo sell your H property; Hat same with ue. We want one and two family dwellings In all parts of the city. Consrd A Company, 108 Smith Street. HOUSE—One family 6-7 rooms; all im pro\ements; location( between Lewis and Market; from State toward Water 9t.>, Writs P. O. Box 48b Ftfib ftmbng. V. J. f ) * » -• - .