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Parade Will be Held Tonight
in Celebration of Armis
KEYPORT. Nov. 11.—The parade
announced to he held In the borough
tonight will take place at 7 o'clock
JUST A STROLL
L. P. Baxter of Leicester. Eng
land, starts on a little stroll around
the world. Of course, he’ll ride the
seas. Expects to make it by 1926.
forming at '.he corner of Broad and f
Front streets and headed byj the j
Keyport band will proceed down i
Broad to First, to Fulton, to Second,
to Church, to Front to Broadway, to I
Fifth street, countermarch to Front
to Main, to Maple Place, to Broad. ,
to Front, where it will disband. In ■
the line will be the Keyport Fire De
partment which is now all motorized
i the various fraternal organizations of
I the borough and the American Le
The houses along the line of march
will be Illuminated and decorated. ]
At the conclusion of the parade sev- |
eral events of interest will take
place. At the I.egioh rooms a dance
will be held and at the Iloyal Ar
canum rooms ladles’ night will be
observed which will be very fittingly
celebrated with a program of Inter
esting numbers to be followed by
music, and dancins
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Amboy Furniture House
219 SMITH STREET, NEAR MAPLE STREET
John Amaczi, Manager
SPECIAL ONE DAY ONLY, SATURDAY
4 Piece American Walnut
Bed Room Suite
Complete $119 00 •
Consists of Bow End Bed, Large Dresser, Chifferobe
and Vanity Dresser.
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, BORAK S MARKET
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL LEADING BUTCHER PHONE 103-104
269 Smith Street Perth Amboy, N. J.
THIS MARKET IS IN NO WAY CONNECTED WITH ANY OTHER
COT PRICE SALE TODAY, TOMORROW. MONDAY It TUESDAY
I Cross Rib Roast 25
I? Pritnp Rf fif • lb.
Chickens and Fowl
Small Roasting; lb.
Fresh Hams All weights, Pound.
I PORK ROLL 041
| John Taylor’s; W ■ 2
| By half or whole bag; lb **
Short ftl; lb. “
r* ^ r 4
I spare nids
Fresh or Corned Plate; lb. .
ivuasuug v eat
I Pork Loins *S By Whole OT Half
Home made, loose;
pure pork; pound . |
Breast & Up_l 1 01 j
Shoulder ▼ Cal | /2
LEGS OF LAMB 99 I
I Just as good as spring lamb; j
Shoulders of Pork 1 7^
Fresh; lb.^ * 2
Bologna & Frankfurters Ofl
UVERWURST All kinds; £|J
Fresh every day; lb..
Cottage Hams QQ
Fresh smoked; lb.
Chuck Roast] 2o
| Rumps and Loins Veal 20
I Milk fed; lb.
Rib Roast ] 3
Pr.roe Beel. Pound .
Prime Beef; lb.
& Lamb Chops221
Spring; pound. & jf
VIRGINIA BACON 1 Cl |
_Sguar?s: better than Dixie: ^ ^^2 j
Smcked CaliHam |4i j
Skinback Hams 221
Leaf Lard ] 4i
In Cones; lb. “
CHOP BEEF 20
Fresh; pound .
Corned Beef 25
Rump; Sugar Cured; lb.
PORK. CHOPS POUND - ZZc I
25c SPECIALS I
<1 2 pounds Pork Kidneys . 25c
2 pounds beef liver ... 25c
I d pounds Pig’s Liver. 25c
4 pounds fresh pigs feet.25c i
3 pounds plate corned beef.25c ft
Smoked Beef Tongue, sugar cured .... 25c ft
SALT PORK lb..5c ■
Best be Careful of Relations ■
With the Anti-Saloon
TRENTON, Nov. 11:—Defeat of
Essex Assemblywoman Mrs. Jennie ;
C. Van Ness at the polls Tuesday
may well be regarded as the hand
writing on the wall by .Republicans
with an eye to the election of a gov
ernor next year, intimates Republl- ;
can State Chairman E. C. Stokes in
a statement on the election made
Airs. Van Ness was the sponsor of!
ihe drastic state prohibition enforce- j
ment act which hears her name, and J
she was the only Republican out off
Ihe county's twelve candidates who |
failed of election Tuesday. That the
Party had beat be a little careful of |
its relations with the Anti-Saloon ,
League is the plain meaning of the
’The defeat of Mrs. Van Ness was
not a personal defeat." says Mr.
Stokes. "The vote in this connection
It most significant, and contains a‘
warning, and this is especially signi
ficant in view of Ihe weakness of
the Democratic organization and the
vote for the labor ticket. If the lat
ter had not been in the field the re
sult in Essex might have been dif
ferent. f>nly the blind ran fail to
realize that a large number of Re
publicans voted against our ticket ,
for a reason that is most manifest.”
Republicans should not rest on
their oars, it would seem, from the
following sentence of the Republi
can chieftain which is underscored:
"The Republican victory was due
nor* to the hop* of what the Re
mblican party will do rather than
hrough the approval of what It has
Referring to national affairs thr
eader says “If the revenue bill, *s
>a«sed by the senate, la not atro
ious, It is certainly far from fulflll
ng Republican pledges.” He goes
in to sav that "It is to he hoped that
he House of Representatives will
ifford some relief and save the Re
>ublican party from what wltt be a
landienp in next year's campaign.”
Yew Phosphate Increases
Weight and Strength of
Frail People in Two Weeks
Time in Many Instances.
Nothing like Tlltro-Phoaphata. ***■ Dr.
Harrlgan. of N>w York to make thin,
Sellcate. nervous, discouraged men and
Nrom«-n taken on needed weight and !
lutckly exhibit a nerve force that radi
ces health, energy and ambition.
This remarkable nerve force product |
ma first brought to the attention of the
French Academy of Medicine by the cel
ibrated Dr. Robin. It . is known to be
iu«-h a wonderful aid to frail run-down
people that the Crown Pharmacy. White ^
^rosa Pharmacy and other leading drug
gists sell It under a guarantee. r
CAPTION: Although Rltro-Phosphate Is (
xn excellent aid In relieving weak, ner
roua condltlona. its uae it not advised un- 1
esa increased weight Is deatred.*—Adv.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
David T. Wilsntx, administrator of
Joachin lfligues. deceased, by direction of |
ihe Harrogate of ths County of Middlesex. |
isreby gives notice to the creditors of tbs
laid Joachin Migues to bring in their j
d« bts. demands and claims against tho^s
late of the said deceased under oath or
ifTirmatlon. within six months from this ,
late, or they will be forever barred of
any action therefor against the said ad
Dated. October 27. 1921.
DAVID T. WILENTZ.
7S21—10-2S-9I oew Frl.
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Women Taking Real Interest
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This group of women accompanied Madame Ka.ii Tajima of Japan to the White House, where she pre
sented president HArding with the peace petition signed by more than 1 0.000 Japanese women. Left to right,
front row. Mrs. Karl Baldwin. Misa Morin.ia of Japan. Madame Yajima, Ann Gordon, president of the W. C.
T. IT., Mrs. KUis A. Yost; second row, I .Ida Hafford. Federation of Worn en's Clubs, Miss McArthur. Y. W. C.
A.. Mrs. Maud Wood Parks, National League of Women Voters, Mrs. Topping, interpreter, and Mrs. W. F. Mc
Our store will be closed all day Friday as a mark of respect to the Memory of those
who made the Supreme Sacrifice.
NEW JERSEY'S j
ected fy An Overwhelming Majority!
Our clothes have been conceeded the most popular in Perth Amboy—quality for I
quality they outclass and undersell all others. I
Your credit here enables you to have all the new
season clothes you need—you can open a charge
account with us and pay at your convenience.
A Little Each Week or Month
P m firn n m
No other store in the Mate will snow you me ;
wide variety—quote you lower prices or grant
you easier terms than we do.
$1.00 A Week Pa vs the Bill
The anticipated strike
in the garment industry
caused our buyers to
scour the market for the
best values obtainable
and here they are for
LADIES’ WINTER COATS—
Hundreds to select A A ^ C
from. Pur Coats 14. I D
too and up .
Prices are reduced 1-3. 4 A A A
For best choosing |qbJJq
Come early; and up . w I
LADIES’ DRESSES —
All materials. Each a ft ftQ
itself; and up .
Made just like mm am
Mothers. Pur / A
Cellars, etc. And up . ^
Men and young men
who appreciate real ser
vice and comfort in
their clothes come to
Michaels year after year
We know what they ,
MEN S OVERCOATS— Jy
Swagger Models in the FA "
Best Fabrics. Tailored ££
for real wear; and up "
MEN S SUITS—
An abundance of style in single and dou
ble breasted models. Hand 4#* "7SZ
tailored garments at f 0
genuine savings; and up ..
BOYS’ SUITS, OVERCOATS AND
MACKINAWS— Boys like our clothes;
they wear so long and £ AA
are so light on their OawO
parents’ purses; and up .
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