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V THi, EVENING NEWS Forth Amboy. N. J. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING and Standardised and Popular ly*# for Quirk Reference All ada *r* raatrtctad to tbalr proper elsesidcatioo and to tb* regular Tba Evening New* atyi* of typa CLASSIFIED RATE* Dally Rata Par Lln* Cash Cbargr • day* . No ad taken for lead than 1 Unaa Charged at the rat* earned. Count -'J average word* la tba Una Ads - allowed tb# caata rat# I* paid at The Evening Newt Office within • daw from the first day of Insertion Charged ads may he given by tslepho Atle ordered for * days and stopped be fore that time will only ba charged for the actual number of time# the ad ap pear' ' hsrgins at the rate earned. Lung term rate* given opon reejneat Telephone 400. Aak for a Want Ae Taker. CLASSIFICATION ~~ ANNOUNCEMENT* *—Coming Evento *—Poracna '.a 10— Lett and Pound AUTOMOBILES It—Automobile* for 8*1* 12— Motorcycle* and Bicycle*. 13— Automobile* for Exchange 14— Auto Accessories 1(—Service Brattons—Repairing 18—Anto Livery—Oarage* - IT—Wanted—Antomobllaa BUSINESS SERVICE 1 A—business Services Offered 13—Building—Contracting 20— Heating and Plumbln* 21— Insurance 3 3—M1 lllne nr—Draasmaktn g 13—Moving. Trucking, Storage 13—Painting—Papering 15— Patent Attorney* I*—Printing—Stationary IT—Professional Service* »*—Repairing 83—Renovating and Dyeing OS—Tailoring and Pressing 11— Wanted—Bus.ness Service EMPLOYMENT 11—Help Wanted—Female 33— Help Wanted—Mala 34— Help—Mai# or Pamela , 83—Salesmen and Agents 30—Situation* Wanted— Psmsls IT—Situation* Wanted—Mai* FINANCIAL 33—Business Opportunities 33—Investment* Stock*, Bonds 4»—Money to Loan 43—Wanted—To Borrow « INSTRUCTION 42— Correspondence Courses 43— Local Instruction Classes 44— Musical. Dancing. Dramatic 46— Private Instruction 44—Wanted—Instruction LIVE STOCK 47— Dogs, Cats. Pets 48— Horses. Cattle. Vehicles 43—Poultry and Supplies 60— Wanted—Live Stock MERCHANDISE 61— Articles for 8als 62— Busine* i and Office Equlpmir.t 63— Boats and Accessories sv 64—Building Materials TWi—Farms and Dairy Products 66—Fuel and Feed 17— IRopd Things to Eat 88— ^sae-mad* Things 83— Ho untold Goods •0—Jewelry ad Watches 11— Machinery and Tools 12— Musical Instruments 13— Seeds. Planta Fertilizers 14— Specials at 8tores 65—Wearing Apparel 18— Wanted—To Buy ROOMS FOR REN 7 57—Rooms With Board S3—Rooms Without Board fif*—Rooms for Housekeeping 10—Vacation Places 71—Where to Eat *3—Where to 8top in Town 3—Wanted—Rooms or Board REAL ESTATE FOR RENT 74 Apartments and Flats 7a—Busv.ee* Place* for Rent 76— Farm* fo Rent 77— Houses for Rent 78— Offices and De*k Room "9—Suburban for Rent 13—Summer Places for Rent SI—Wanted—To Rent REAT. ESTATE FOR SAI * S3—Business Property S3—Farms and Land for Sal* S 4—House* for Sale 88—Lots for Sale 84— Shore Property for Sale 87—Suburban fo. Eale 18—Real Estate ’or Exchange 18—Wanted—Rea. Estate _ANNOUNCEMENTS I- urn-mi H«v»fri 4 CLARK. TMK FLORIST—Smith St., nezt to Crescent Theatre Flowers for all oc casions Gold Fish TjJ STRUVE. THE FLORIST—Phone 6i4 Palms, ferns, pot plant* c« flower* floral designs a specialty 153 Lsurls St. THU F JWKK SHOP—1«7 Faysti# SC Flowers for every occasion, wedding bou quet* flora I pieces, cut flowers, potted s L B FlttgersM TH Mi .1 _Lost and Faiind_IS DRIVER'S LICENSE—Los' yesterday be tween Perth Amboy and Woodbrldge. Return to J. Tot in. l7_Br ad St_ GREAT DOG—Harlequin. lost or stolen; substantial reward paid for In formation or return. Ed. Reinhardt. Ise Itn, N. J. POCKET BOOK —L a: Saturday night on Smith St., or Marathon Bus. Return News Office.__ KABHIT HOUND—Heavy set; owner call at 586 Cortlandt St. _ SMALL YELLOW DOG—Lost, with black mussle and cut tail; has a patch of white hair and an odd mark on the skin of the breast between the forelegs. Female. Answers to name “Puckle. ’ Reward If returned to Miss Manning at Manning's Bridge. Florida Grove Road. WRIST WATCH—Lost from Majestic Theatre to Smith St., monogram on back *‘A. G. C ’* Return 106 South Stevens Ave„ South Amboy._ FOUND—Fateau picked up In Raritan Bay. Inquire John M. Slaight, 5396 Ar thur Kill Road. Tottenvllle. S. I._ L 'ST—Ha g -»p top; black bot tom; pleas- return Wcdeen’a Dept. Store LOST—6 Fruit Knives. Reward If return ed,240 High St 8. Wilwltt._ NOTICE—Lost from auto Thursday, De cember 3th between Elizabeth and Am boy a ten gauge Ithaca Hammer fhot Gun. Return or notify H. W. Crane, 560 Cherry St., Elizabeth. X. J._ NOTICE All persona concerned may taka notice, that tha Subscriber. Admlnlatrator. etc., of Mary Salata. deceased, intends to exhibit hla final account to the Orphan's Court of the County of Middlesex, on Fri day. the sixth day of January. 1922. at 10 A. M , in the Term of December 1921, for settlement and allowance the same | being first audited and stated by the Surrogate. Dated, December 5 1921. ANDREW J WIGHT. Administrator. 8926—16-S-8t oew Tues. NOTICE 'OF ASSIGNMENT Notice is hereby given that William Rozinka of 3 John Street, of the Borough of Roosevelt, in the County of Middlesex, and State of New Jeraey hath this day made an assignment to the subscriber of hla estate, for the equal benefit of ht.s creditors and that the said cre< itors must exhibit their respective claim*, under oath or affirmation, to the sub scriber. Matthew F. Melko. assignee, Rar itan Bldg., Perth Amboy, N. J. Dated, December 2nd. 1921. MATTHEW F, MELKO. Assignee. ALEXANDER BALINT. JR.. Attorney for Assignee, Raritan Building, Perth Amboy. N. J. 8906—12-6-4t oey Tu« s. NOTICE All persons concerned may take notice, that the Subscriber. Administrator, etc., of Michael Salata, deceased, intends to exhibit his final account to the Orphan's Court of the County of Middlesex, on Fri day. the sixth day of January, 1922. at 10 A. M., in the Term of December 1921, for settlement and allowance the same being first audited and stated by the Surrogate. Dated, December 5. 1921. ANDREW J WIGHT, Administrator. 8938—l?-6-5t oew Tueg. PROPOSAL FOR Fl KMTl RE Pealed bids and proposals for furnishing desks chairs etc. for equipping the high school extension will be received by the Board of Education of the City of P*rth ; Amboy. N. J. on Thursday December 13th ■ 1&21 at 8 P. M. Specifications may be obtained from the Secretary at hia office in the high school. The Board of Education reserve the right to reject any or all bids THE BOARD OF EDUCATION PERTH AMBOY. By A. H. CROWELL, Secretary. *863--12-3-8-7-9-10-13_ FIRE ALARM BOXES 21—-Gordon and Meade Streets 23—-Madison Ave. and Paterson St. 2*—Market and Sheridan Streets 25— Smith Street and Central R. It. 26— Market and First Streets 27— Raritan Copper Works 28— High and Lewis Streets 34— Madison Avenue and Smith Street. 35— Smith and High Streets 36— 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—Commerce and Front Streets 48—Stats and Washington Streets 47—High and Washington 8rreets. 52—Cortlandt and Easton 6treets 54— State and Buckingham Ave. 55— Parker St. and Pulaakl Ave. 56— Hall A^e. and Charles St. 57— State and Wayne Streeta 68—Near Lead Works 59—Maurer 62— Washington Street and Park Avenue 63— New Brunswick Ave. and Elm Street : 64— Smith Street and Watson /venue 65— Commerce and State Streets 72— Front and Smith Streets 73— Water an6 Ooraon Streets 74— Kearny Ave. and Gordon Street 81— Brare and Hanson Avenues 82— Smith and Herbert Streets 83— Amboy Ave. and Washington St. 84— Lehigh Ave. and Stanford Street 85— Near City Hospital 86— Cleveland and Brace Avenues 87— Amboy and Hall Avenues 92— Ambo.* Ave. and Inslee Street 93— Lawrence and Franei« Streets 94— Neville ano Johnstoue Streets AUTOMOBILES _Automobile Agencies_11A HAINES—Sales and service; garage and repairs. Middlesex Motors, Inc. 47 Smith Street. _Automobiles for Sale_11 HUICK—19*0 Touring. Dodge Touring; I Chamber Touring. Jefferson Motors. Inc. *19 Madison Ave. BUICK—1918; S passenger. 4 cylinder touring good condition. 1*9 Georgs 8t., S'-uth Amboy. X. J. DODGE DELIVERY—1919; like nsw; big bargain. Atlantic Oarage. .565 Ain boy Avenos. DODGE BROTHERS TOURING CAR Delivered new March. 19*1: used very carefully; mechanically perfect; tlrse and I cpprarance like nsw. $450. Van Syckle’s FORD TRUCK—1 ton with stake body ideal for trucking or for use on a farm. 93QQ. Van Syckle’s. FORD TRUCK—1 ton with panel body; perfect shape mechanically; with un usually good tires, >280. Van gyckln’s. FORD COUPE—1921; a-i condition, it. G. Burk. 256 8tate gt._ (GARDNER TOURING—1921; slightly seed 1920 Ford Chassis; overhauled and re painted. 1919 Ton and half Sslden | Chassis; a-l shape. Eagle Garage. *40 ' Prospect 8t._i_ : HUDSON—Super 6; seven passenger tour j ing car. firs: class condition; price $800. ! Terms to suit If buyer is a responsible I party. Inquire 221 Brighton Ave._ OLDSMOBILE ROADSTER—S cylinder; special built body; cord tires. Ideal Ga I rage. 643 Amboy Ave PAIGE COUPE—1920; run 6.000 miles, $1300. William E. Woodruff, 273 Handy | St.. New Brunswick, N. J, I DELIVERY—1 ton; pries >250. 12 Ful ton St„ Woodbrldge, N. J. USED CARS—1920 Touring; 1919 Buick 5 passenger Touring; Paige Sedan. 5 pas senger. Central Garage. 226-227 New Brunswick Avenue._ USED CARS Latest model Franklin Sedan, slightly used, wire wheels, bumpers, spare tire; cost *4250 8 months ago; will sacrifice for $2500. Reo Rebuilt 1919 1 ton express, like now 1875. Chandler Touring. $200 Chandler Touring $575 Paige, sport model; like new; $975 SEXTON’S GARAGE 15 Smith St. TEL. 1785 Trades Considered Time Deals Arranged_ USED CARS—Always a good assortment of used cars to select from at Garrete p’s 305-307 New Brunswick Avenue._ USED CARS—Open and closed models; Superior Garage Co. Service Station Maxwell. Columbia. Elgin Motrr Cara Garford Trucks. Corner Maple and Fay ette Streets. Tnl. 1694. < USED CARS—Bargain: Ford Touring. 1920: new Willard Battery: good running condition; self starter; extras; one owner, family car; only $25.no. Also six cylln- 1 der Buick. cheap. Nielsen. 176 New Brunswick Ave. Telephone Your Requirement Our Classified 5 Will Do the Rest l! THE SHOOTING SEASON J * NOT OVER TET 4 tame birds and animals of many sirts are atill to be shot in many states. 4 The hunting season Is just at Its height for many classes nf ga e. If yr.ii have any doublt in ydur ‘ mind about when the season closes, or how much of a bag you are per mitted. It Is high time you consulted <■ the game laws. The Department of Agriculture has compiled a summary of Federal game laws and the game lawp of every state. This Ih a free Govern- jT ment publication and our Washing ton Information Bureau will secure a copy for anyone who sends two i cents In stamps for return postage. In filling out the coupon print name j. and address or be sure to write *>laln ly. F Frederic J. Haskln, Director. The Perth Amboy Evening Newp l Information Bureau. Washington. D. C. ^ I enclose herewith two cent* in 1 s'amps for return postage on a free >py of the Game I.aw' Booklet as • •ffered by the Perth Amboy Evening F News. I 1 Name ..... t I Street ..... J City . * State .. < STARTING SOMETHING i J0/ %. X - I STEP. ON THE ACCELERATOR! Any old kind of a car can drift down hill or mosey along on the level, but it takes real power to clomb a steep hill. And the longer and steeper the hill — the more power needed. Finally when you come to within a hundred feet of the crest—where many have been forced to shift—you need that last bit of power to shove you over. There is power to classified ads! Maybe for a good many years you’ve been drifting down the hills of life or moving along the level without much trouble— When suddenly you are forced to go up the hill of difficulty or the hill of perplexity. You may need a job or a maid to replace the old standby who got married, or a new apart ment or a stenographer or a purchaser for your automobile. Whatever YOU need—the classified ads in the Evening News can add that last bit of power needed to shove you over the hill! Read them! AUTOMOBILES _Motorcycle* and Bicycle*_12 MOTORCYCLE PARTS—In stock at all times f» Harley-Davldson, Indian Re pairs; also tires, tubes and accessories. See Motorcrcls Leo. 709 Charles St. Phone 204.__ _Auto Aoec—orle* 14 BATTERIES—Willard Threaded Rubber Batteries, unfailing guards against need for reinsulation during ths battery * life. Battery & Motor Service Station. 149 j New Br .nswlrk Ave. Tel. 1888. BATTERIES—9 year guarantee; uncon ditional; a new Iiay Battery if your old ones goes wrong within 2 years. What other battery dares tu do this? Chris Johnson. 1 <13 New Brunswick Avc. PARTS—Oldsmoblle owners take notice; parts of 1913 model 46 touring car. 1 rear spring and 1 front spring: radiator cover. 1 rim. 2 tubes, 34 x 4. Weis* 317 Maple 8t__ TIRES—For sale; Goodyear. Goodrich, Mtchalin. Fisk and United States. F. K. Mar'In 14.'i New Brunswick Ave._ _ _Service Station—Repairing_15 AMBOY AUTO RADIATOR WORKS— Auto radiators, bodies and fenders re paired, auto sheet metal wotk. 154 New Brunswick Ave. Tel. 1607. AUTOMOBILE CYLINDERS RBGROUND And fitted with oversized pistons, pie ton rings and. wrist pins restores motor power, saves gas and oil and make* old motors as ^ood as new. Garages can in crease business by advising \ Cylinder Grinding. Write for price list. Produc tion Grinding Company, Inc., 11-16 Hed den Place, Newark, hi. J._ AMERICAN GARAGE—Best equipped re pair shop u town; day and night ser vice. Supplies and accessories. For ser vice call I>S1. AUTO PAINTING—John P. Jacko. Auto mobile. Truck and Wagon Painter. 305 Laurie Street. Jitney Bua painting a specialty._ AUTO TOPS—Recovered and repaired. Slip Co\ers for all cars. P. Guthoff. 1S4 New Brunswick Ave. Phone 1680. AUTO WRECKERS—And repairing; also towing; night and day service. Phone 469. 2161. 936 Sheridan St. A. B. Stryker. CLAUSEN ft JOHNSON—Auto Top* 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 Ayr ue. Phone 41-W._ ELECTRIC REPAIRING—Generators l d starters repaired; all makes of arma tures rewound, motor winding our spe cialty. K. & K. Electric Co. 149 New Brunswick Ave. Tel. 60S.__ ELLIS BROS.—Garage, for your repair ing. moving and trucking, car and raxl service. Storage and supplies. Phone 2197. 430-429 High Bt._ FEDERAL AUTO RADIATOR WORKS— Auto radiators, bodies and fenders re paired. all kinds auto sheet metal work. FORDS SaRAGE CO —Expert auto re pairing. battery electrical service, ntgbt and day; service station Oould Storage Batteries. New Brunswick Ave. and Hornsby St. Phone 2068 Perth Amboy. FRANK HUDA—Commercial automobile body builders and repairers; automobile painting; specializing on touring and commercial cars. 4 \‘J Division St. Phone 793-J.___ HIGH ST. GaUaGIS—Expert repairing, overhauling, pleasure cars, truoka. carbon burning; automobile supplies. 343 High St. Phone 2283. A. A. Maurer. JACOB & MORROW—Auto Repair Co., distributois for Middlesex County Selden Motor Trucks; 1 Vi> to 5 tons. 340 Pros pect Vt Phone 2066. ii'aun 6s hupa;ked—wiluVmV^Xuto Electric Service Station; magnetos, gen eraters. starters; batteries properly and fully reehatged 50c. Agent for the With ■ - Bs M 140 Hew Brunswick Ave. PERTH AMBOY -AUTO WRECKING CO. —184 Fayette St. 183 New Brunswick Ave. TcL 1294._ RARITAN AUTO RADIATOR WORKS— Expert repairing auto radiators, lamps, fenders, hoods, gasoline tanks, etc. 181 JNew Brunswick Ave. Phone 3172._ VULCANISING—Largest, most complete tire, tube repair shop In state; best ser vice. Satisfaction guaranteed. George’s Tire op. 180 New Brunswick Ave. On the corner._ VULCANIZING—Steam Vulcanizing and retreading. Billy's Tire Shop. Phone 2140. 148 New B runs wick Ave._ WATSON / AVE. GARAGE—Auto repair ing. carbon burning; light machine work. Auto Livery—Garage* 16 GARAGE—84 Jefferson St. Inquire 323 State St. Phone 1765. GARAGES—Six. and one shop for rent on King Street. Inquire Maple Realty Co.. 21S smith Street._ GARAGE—Private. Inquire 179 Brighton Ave. in the rear_ JOE'S TAXI—Phone soso Day and Night eervica Cars to hire for weddings funerals, etc. 436 Division gt. _ PRIVATE GARAGE—$5.00 per month. Apply at 441 Laurie St._ TAXI SERVICE—Day and night; also au tomobiles for hire. J. Holrnt-a Tel. 1434-M. The monthly carrying chargee on many of the houses advertised fur sale In the Classified Ad Section today are lower than the rent you’as now paying. Ask about the special rata offered to Business men who uss classified advertis ing. Read Ths ads under "Business Services Offered." classified ad section. PROPOSAL Sealed bids will be received on Decem ber 22. 1921 at 2:30 P. M by the Board of Chosen Freeholders of the County of Middlesex in their room in ths County Record Building. Bayard Street, New Brunswick. N. J. for th* construction of a Concrete Bridge ove a branch of Aah Brook on the Road from Potters Station to Rahway. N. J. ^ Plans, specifications and proposal sheeW may be obtained at the County Engineer’s Office, Room 210. County Record Build ing. Bayard St.. New Brunswick, N. J. on the deposit of 15.00. Bids must be accompanied by a certi fied check payable to F William Hllksr. Treasurer of the County of Middlesex, without conditional endorsement or cash to the amount of S500.0Q. The successful bidder will be required to execute a surety company bond in the full amount of the contract price condi tioned for the faithful performance of the contract. The Board reserves the right to reject any or all bids, if In their opinion it is to the best interest of the County so to do. (Signed) FREDERICK C. SCH-NEIDER. County Engineer. »032—i:-S-19-lt'l|. BUSINESS SERVICE_ _Business Services Offered IS BLACKSMITH—And practical borseahoer Wheelwright and body bulldsr. Chat. J. Yank. 269 New Brunswick Arm. K. MINDSZENTHY — Steamship Ticket Agency. 167 Hall Ava. Telephone No. 64 2. PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER—And mimeo graphing. Raritan Publicity Service, Raritan Building. TeL 1244._ SHOES SHINED—George's Shoe 8h!nlng Parlor; regular ebine 6c. cream shine. 10c. cream dyo. 20c. 16) Smith SL, Junior Hall. STOVE REPAIRING—Have an expert re palr your ttove. Miller. 639 State 8t. _Building—Contracting_19 F. W. HUFF—Electrical conTractor, fin ished house and all kinds of Interior wir ing. radio equipment and installations. 665 State St. Tel. 644-M._ J. J. YEI LEV—Electrical Contractor; finished house wiring a specialty; fix tures at reasonable prices; estimates cheerfully furolshed 161 Lind St. HOOFING—H. C. Smith. Jr., slate, slag roofing id tinning; waterproofing. 123 12S Madison Ava, Tel. '*660._ _Heating and Plumbing_SO PLUM RING—Damgaard Ae Buote. Heat ing and gas Citing. Jobbing promptly at tended to; estimates furnished. 308 Elm St, Phone 2081.J PLUMBING—3. L. Bulvanoski. plumbing, heating, gas fitting and tinning In all Its branches; all work promptly done. 670 Charles Phone 1406 PLUMBING—John Klusendorf, plumbing, heatiug and gas fitting; Jobbing promptly attended to; estimates furnished. 498 i Groom St. Phone 2221. _Millinery—Dre—making_X2 HAND MADE THINGS—Are most appre ciated, Make your own Christmas gifts. Large selection of stamped goods at Hoffman s Art Shop. 230 Smith St. HEMSTITCHING—We do all kluds of side and accordion pleating and machine pleating; very reasonable prices. E. Weiss. 317 Mapis St. Phona 2072. _Moving. Tracking, gioiagt 13 AUTO TRUCKING—Light and heavy; local and long distance service when and as you want It. Otto Dietz. State and Chauncey Streets._ CARTING—Walsheck's General Trucking, local and long distance moving; also light and heavy carting. 266 Goodwin St. Phon 1672. Perth Amboy, N. J. DAILY MOTOR SERVICE— Between Perth Amboy and New York; heavy trucking; special rates to large shippers. Phone A, Sltnltsky. 499-M._ EXPRESS—And trucking; local and long distance. J. J. Sidenburg. 377 Division St. Phone 353-J. HAULING—Andrew Anderson. Trucking engines. Doners. machinery, safes, heavy hauling and rigging of every description. Pierce Arrow and Packard 5 ton trucks. Tel. 178. 77 Fayette Street. Perth Am boy. N. J. y MOVING—D. Kadin. express and storage, long distance moving with care. 204 New Brunswick Ave. Phone 7676. 1882 Perth Amboy._ MOVING—Hmlelskl Bros., light and heavy trucking; local and long distance, careful drivers; all work given our per sonal attention. Phone 406 Perth Am* boy.__ MOVING—Lepper's Express; transporta tion between Perth Amboy and N«w York; move In city or coun*ry. 296 Washington Ft. Phone 2818. MOVING—John Hawrylko & Son, truck ing and moving; local and long distance; personal attention to all work. 162 Chaiwcey St. Telephone connection. TRUCKING—Eagle Motor Transportation Co., heavy trucking. 340 Prospect dt. _Tel. 2066. _ ____ TRUCKING—Moving, hauling, etc., local and long distance; day or night; rates reasonable. G. A. Fullerton. 45 Albert Street. Woodbrldge. Tel. 16-M Wood bridge. ___ TRUCKING—John Qardell. transfer and auto trucking; storage furniture and pianos moved country and city. 203 Market Ff_Phone 478. TRUCKING—C. Borup transfer and auto trucking, storage, furniture and pianos moved; city and country. 835 State 8l Phone 2176._ __ > Painting and Papering 24 DECORATING—A P Barner; Painter and Paper Hanger; work guaranteed; reasonable prices, estimate* given. 123 So. 1st St. Phone 641-W.__ PAINTING—Harry Cohen. Paper Hanger; Interior decorating a specialty; estimates furnished 178 Broad St. Shop. 164 So. 1st St. Phone 547-J. PAPER HANGING—Paper Hanging a specialty. Wail paper retail at whole sale prices. Paper Hangers furnished at lowest prices N. Y. Wall Paper Co. 360 State St. Phone 1721. _Professional Services 27 PIANO TUNING—And Repairing; first class work. C. Stelnhauser. 825 State St. Tel- 1364-M_ ftcnatrinir CABINET MAKING—-Colonial Cabinet I Works; home of expert cabinet makers; upholstering; veneering, enameling chair cane! ?; glass table tops, shelves, mirrors 1 choice oriental rugs. Cleaning and re* pairing. Phone 23fi-M_388 State 8t. LEGION 8HOE REPAIR CO.—With our | new method w« repair all types of shoes In the most satisfactory way at the low est possibls cost. We use the best oak l*»ther. 388 Hobart 8t- Phone 423. SHOE REPAIRING—S. Goldsmith has moved from 117 Fayette St. to 8f6 State Street. All work guaranteed at the low 1 e,t Prlc<* ! I SHOE REPAIRING—First class; best oak leather usrd; also new shoes a; reason able prices. J. Cherenskv. 181 New Brunswick .* ve. SHOE REPAIRING—Central Shoe Repair ing Co. will save your shoes We restore them to their original newness; moder ats prlcss 378 Madison Ave. Opposite Majestic._m_ | STOVE REPAIRING—Parts for all makes j also new and second band stoves and ranges -John Molnar. 481A State St. j UPHOLSTERING — AND FURNITURE REPAIRING. HARRY FEINBSRG. SO SMITH ST. PHONE 1571. UPHOLSTERINCL—L. L. BRAID WOOD. 3«3 HIGH 8T. PHONE S5S. • UPHOLSTERER—Overstuffed furniture | repaired and recovered; springs reset, i John J. Galvin 386 Park Ave. Tel. 1317-M Looking for desk re<--m or office -pace • in town? Watch the ads In classification 78 BUSINESS SERVICE _iCToTilli Md Dyeing_10 CLEANING—Alteration*. Cleaning, Dye ing. Pressing. Orders called for and de livered; prices moderate 8. Epstein. 263 Madison Are. Below lfajs*tic Theatre. CLEANING—Tailoring and Cuttlpg; la dies* and Gent's garments cleaned, pressed and repaired; reasonable price. P. Palo. 291 State 8t. Perth Amboy. N. J. FURS REMODELED—Furs stored free while having them remodeled or repaired at very low prices duri * the summer montha Insured a^alost firs and bur glary. A. Qreschouas. 33 8mlth 8t. EMPLOYMENT Help Wentod—rtwale_80 BOOKKEEPER—Experienced; must have knowledge of double entry system; refer ences required; local girl preferred. Box 130. Cara Newa_ BUTTON SEWER—Experienced. Apply Cohen and Flahkin Manufacturing Co.. 319 Madison Avenue. CIGAR PACKERS—Wanted. Inquire Garcia Grande Cigar Co. 73? Cortiandt Street. _ GIRLS OR WOMEN. 2—For light house work In club. Inquire 073 High St. GIRL OR WOMAN—For general house work. 113 New Brunswick Ave„ 1st floir GIRL—For general or light housework; out of town. Call 70 Btate St._ GIRL OR WOMAN—For general house work. Call Wednesday or Friday. Ill Rector Street. GIRLS—To operate power sewing macn ines; must be experienced. Apply Stan dard Bedding Co., 420-426 Park Ave. [ GIRLS—Wanted. Max Mayer, Inc. 223 Sheridan 8L __1 GIRL—For general housework. Apply Novelty Walet Shop. 76 Bmlth St._ GIRLS—Who know how to operate a sewing machine. Max Mayer. Inc., 223 Sheridan Street._ GIRLS—To sew on power machines steady work; very sanitary and comfort able conditions. Neatform Corset Covers, Amboy Road and Main 8t., Tottenvllle, j Staten Island, OPERATORS—Experienced; wanted on men's shirts. Apply Sidney Rosenatein ft Co.. 450 Market 8t.j STENOGRAPHER—Must be experienced and willing to do clerical work. Apply in own handwriting, giving age. exper ience and references, also where employ ed at present or last. "E. 8. P.M Care News. DOMESTIC EMPLOYMENT AGENCY— 320 Market St., female help furnished. Experienced waitress wanted; women by day for private families. Phone 14K-M. Help Wanted—Male_ 13 ELDERLY WATCH MAN—Apply Harry Goldberg, L. V. R. R. and New Bruns wlck Avenue.__ AMP.OV r.MPi nvMw.v'r arvFMrv—i t. censed Employment Bureau. Supplies men and women for all tyjws of pork. If you need help of any kind, call upon us and we will help you solve labor prob lems. 310 Maple St. Phone 1962. _Situations Wanted—Male_87 HANDY MAN—Married; desires position at anything. Address "Handy,” News. " FINANCIAL _Business Opportunities_88 ART EMBROIDERY SHOP—In good lo <*allty; established for years; for sale on account of family matters. 230 Smith St.. Perth Amboy, N*. J._t CARPENTER SHOP—With electrlc*ma chinery; can be used for storage or au trmoMle garage. 273 Goodwin St. GROCERY STORE—For sale; fine loca tlon, 359 State 8t._ _ _Money to Loan ^ 40 $5,000, $1,000, $2,000—To loan on bond and mortgage: central city. Comegys & Bro. 287 Elm St._*__ INSTRUCTION _Musical, Dancing, 'Dramatic_44 BANJO—No plsy. no pay—Banjo, Mando lin. Guitar, etc. Beginners! Play tunes perfect firsts in six lessons or your money back. Ragtime, etc. Instruments sold on easy terms. Wednesday. Friday and Saturday 10 A. M.-9 P. M. E. Rogers. 310 Maple St., P4rth Amboy, Phone 1952. LIVESTOCK _Dogs, Cats, Pets_47 CANARY BREEDING PLANT—We have the largest and the best collection of relief prize stock; price $7.00 each. Bor schel, Boynton Ave.. oposlte Home for Aged. Port Reading N. J._ CANARIES—400 Roller Singing. Call at any time. Boynton Ave.. Port Reading. Opposite Home of the Aged._ _Horses, Cattle, Vehicles_48 COWS—Two young cows, soon fresh. 285 Church St.. Keyport, N. J._ FRES1I COWS—And Springers for sale at any time, extra good milkers; always large stock on hand. J. Zlotkln. Free hold, N. J. Tel. 168-W. __ MERCHANDISE _ Articled for Sale 81 ARCOLA HEATING SYSTEM—One, Ideal with five radiators. Kelly ft McAlinden Co., 74 Smith Street_ BABY CARIOLE—Or porch sleeper, also baby carriage; first class condition. 269 Water St. Tel. 2019-W. FILMS—Moving picture films; one cent per foot. 535 WestAve._ LEATHER—Oak Soles and Scraps. Wa carry a full lino of cobbler's tools and supplies for home use. P. Barbieri. 404 406 Stats St. board newspaper mats—dimensions same as this printed page. Beat possible lin ing for inside of poultry houses, garages oi* for sheathing stucco houses. Keeps out the cold Large supply on hand. Price 81.00 a hundred. Call at Evening News Office._ HAILS—Steam pipes] belting, j?ngle Iron, wall radiators. galvanised sheets, etc. Harry Goldberg. L. V. R. R and New Brunawlk Avo._ KEEL# BABY CARRIAGE—Good condi tion. 334 High St. Tel. 1623-W._ RUBBER GOODS — Thomason * Goodyear Rubber Corp.. 315 Maple St. Tel. 2169. Everything in Rubber; wholesale and re tail. Plumbers. Factory and Household Supplies.___ SECTIONAL STEAM BOILER—One K-£ 36 Ideal; rating 2100 eq. ft. slightly used; bargain. Kelly & McAllnden Co., 74 Smith St._ STEAM BOILER—One email, for house heating. Kelly & McAllnden Co., 74 Smith Street. WALL PAPER—25% reduction on all grades. Prices from 10 cents a roll up. Large variety. Gimpleman Broe 331 State St. Phon>. 17V2. __ SPECIAL BARGAINS — High grade watches. Wrfltham. Elgin. 111.. 15. 17 21 jeweled movements. Diamond Rings and jewelry; basket and foot balls suitable for holiday gifts; big reductions In safety razors and blades;' genuine leather brief cases. S. Perlmutte^, 199 Smith St._ YOKES—Crocheted camisole yokes for sale, 209 Front 8L Mies Hoe burg._ _Business Equipment_52 WAX FIGURES—A number of wax fig ures and hat stands on hand. F. & F. Shop. 325_ Mapie St.__ Boats and Accessories58 SLOOP—32 foot sloop; good condition; bargain to cash buyer. B. W. Cooper. 804 Chestnut St., Roselle, N. J. _Building Materials_64 BOILERS—J. J Keent-n. tanks and amoke- * stacks, sheet Iron work of all descriptions Repairing a specialty. 386 and 390 Divi sion St. and P. R. R. Perth Amboy! N. J. Phone office 1608; home 260-R. HARIWARE—Elizabeth Hardware Co., The Home of Hardware. 137-139-141 New Brunswick Ate. Tel. Exchange 120 121 Perth Amboy._ ^ HARDWAkE—Tools. Paints. Oils. Var nishes. Wall Paper. Painters Supplies Max Qoldfarb. 811 8tate St. Phone 881. PAINTS—Atlantic Lead and Atlantic Linseed Oil; Pierce's Ready Mixed Paint. S3.25 a gallon; set colora S. Koch. 383 State St. Phone lilt._ VARNISH AND 8TAIN—In one applica tion. See The Jonlee Co. Paint Head quarters. 184 Smith St Phono I860. _Farm end Daisy Products 55 MILK — Perth Amboy Milk Co. always at your tervica Deliveries everywhere. Demand our products from your dealer r-T grocer. _ Business Advertisers who use the classi fied section get a special, low rate by ad vertising every dej. Everything for the automobile Is sold by advertisers who use Classification 14, Classified Ad Section. --- MERCHANDISE - -■ ■■ - — *—— ■ . -n"- =r _Good Things to Bt_11 BREAD—Eat that so homelike Aunt Mar tha Bread; sold at all groctra 81m men’s Model Bakery. COFFEE CAKES—Danish coffee oakea plea layer cakea, doughnuts. ate., fresh every day at 2 P. M. N. E. Bjorn son. Jr.. 189 New Brunswick Avenue. KNACEBROD—Skorpor; Iceland Herring and Anchovies. Also agent for Dr. Pe ter’s Kurlko. E. Oh Ison. Phons 2046. 405 Laurie Btrset._( SALADS—Majestic Delicatessen, ready cooked meats; all home cooking: cater ing t > parties and entertainments a ape ctalty, 182 Smith. Phone 1024. Bo—ehold Qaeda — AMBOY FURNITURE HOU8E£-Furnlsh es your home right at the fight price. 210 Smith St., n ear Map la_ FURNITURE—Dublin Furniture House, all kinds of furniture, baby carriages, floor coverings a specialty; reasonable prices; positively new gooda 270 Smith 8t. FURNITURE—Of frvi room,! i rooms, rsrlor and kitchen; all furnished. Carpets etc. Stoves, dishes, ooal. and wood; everything pertaining to house keeping. Suitable medium or small fam ily. Convenient to all factories. Only those who want to take possession need apply. Will be sold cheap. P. O. Box 265, Chrome, N. J, FURNITURE—Compak automatic gas wafer heater; like new; parlor suite; dresser, round table and chairs; cheap. 470 Amboy Ave.__ MATTRESSES AND PILLOWS—We make them to order In our factory for doll beds and bassinettes. J. Miller. 245 State St. _ MATTRESSES—Renovated, latest sterlli* ing process; cotton $2; hall 92. Standard Bedding Co. 422 Park Ave. Phone 802. SINGER MACHINE—Drop head, $25.00. Singer Shop. 321 Maple Bt. M^hincrFand—Toole 61 MOTORS AND* GENERATORS—All kinds of A. C. and D. C.. also rewinding and repairing promptly attended to. Perth Amboy Storage Battery St Electric Co., 2fig Madison AVe. TeL 1807. Musical Inetmmeate_$t PIANO—In excellent condition, $180.00. Inquire 441 Laurie St., upstairs,_ PLAYER PIANO—Don’t forget to stop and look it over; easy terms; pries $260. •yrunton Plano Co. 204 Smith St. •RECORDS—Emerson Records; all the la test songs and dance hits on sals. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry, also expert watch repairing. 8. Cardon. 70 Bmlth 8t. _Specials at the 8 ores_64 CHRISTMAS GIFT#—Your chance to get the finest; selling all jewelry at cost. J. Smerling, 148 Smith St. ELK TRADING STAMP CO.—Buy, sell and exchange all klnda of milk labels, soap wrapper*. United Profit Sharing Certificates, Trading Stamp. 338 State Street. FURNITURE—Fair prices for your furni ture. Miller, 839 State St. 783-W, FURNITURE—We buy all klnda second hand furniture. G. Houser. 108 Fayette Pt. Phone 843-W. FURNITURE—High Prices paid for see ond hand furniture; slao all kinds of stoves, bedding, floor covering for sale. Sussman. 23 Smith St. Tel. 1496-J, ROOMS AND BOARD _Booms With Board <7 COODWIN ST.. 273—Furnished room with or without board; all improvements HOTEL REMINGTON—377 Smith 8t.. furnished rooms by day or week; room* steam heated, meals served; also regu lar board. Tel. 494._ _Booms Without Board_M BRIGHTON AVE.. 217—Furnished roomT steam heat; private family. GORDON ST.. 80—Furnished room; all improvements: references required._ HIGH ST., 218—Nicely furnished room for two.__ LEWIS ST., 100—Nicely furnished room; private family; gentleman preferred. M CLKLLAN ST.. 266—Single room, run ning water; all Improvements. McCLELLAN ST.. 267—1 single room; 1 double rooms; all Improvements. MARKET ST., 204—Central location; fur nished or unfurnished rooms. RECTOR ST.. 106—Large furnished room. heated. Phone 12 5-W._ WATER ST., 163—Modern furnished rooms; rates reasonable; Ideal location. WATER ST., 253—Beautiful front room; «uitable for gentleman._ ROOMS. 5—Nicely furnished, finest loca tion; will lease for 5 months. Tel. 534-K. Address “A.” Care News. _ Rooms for Housekeeping r 69 KEARNY AVE.. 149—Furnished rooms suitable for Hgn* housekeeping. KING ST., 284—2 unfurnished rooms; suitable for lig'it housekeeping; bath, hot and cold water, gas; no heat: 2d floor, OAK ST., 266—2 "rooms, furnished; suit able for light housekeepin_ 9EWARI^^-3 or 3 rooms; furnished or unfurnisnfd. 81 Woo<|bridge Ave., 8e waren._ WATER ST.. 41—Furnished rooms, with light housekeeping privileges. Tel. 606-R WATER ST.. 253—1 furnished housekeep ing apartment, all Improvements._ ^ WkcwT t<T~Eat 71 HOME RESTAURANT AN1> COFFEE HOUSE Our best advertisement la. 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. 113 Smith Street._ VICTORY RESTAURANT—Oyster and Chop House; sea food special; popular prices. 322 Stat Street, nea. Jefferson St.. Peith Amboy. Tel. 2234. x_ REAL ESTATE fl)R RENT _Real Estate Dealers_T4A CARL JACOBS—Real Estate. Mortgages. Insurance Agent; Life. Fire. Automobile. Liability, etc. 179 Brighton Ave. Tel. 861.__ CONAKD A COMPANY—Real Estate and Oeneral Insurance. 102 Smith 8treet, Perth Amboyt N. J. Phone *10._ FRASER BROS.—Real Estate and Insur ance. Savings Bank Building. Phone 853. HANS NIELSEN CO.—Real Estate and Mortgages 196 Smith Street Real Estate Exchange Building. Telephone 88.___ JACOBSON A dOLDFARB—Real Estate and Insurance. Raritan Bnilding. Phone 1856.e. MAPLE .tEALTY CO—Real Estate. *18 Smith St. Phone 1710. M A KG A RETT KN A LOB EL—Successors to Alpern A Co.. Real Estate, Mortgages and Insurance. Raritan Building. Perth Amboy, N. J. Phone 650. MAX L. SCOTT—Real Estate and Oen eral Issurance. 309 M ad Ison Ave. Tel. 210. PELT 1 AMBOY REAL ESTATE EX CHANGE and Genera) Insurance. 317 Madison Avenue. Phone 1466. PERTH AMBOY TRUST COMPANY Real Estate Department Property in all section* of the city tor sale at fair prices, good term* If you wish to buy or sell it will be to your advantage to call ua "Superior Service" SHIRLEY A 80RENSON—Successors to D. A. Shirley. Real Eatate and Insur ance. 130 8ra'th St.. Perth Amboy. Offlun open evenings. Tel. ISO. THEO. S. BROWN—Rea) eatate broker; general Insurance agent; Arc. automobile. liability, etc. 282 King St Tel. 1669. _Apartments and Flats_74 BRIGHTON AVE.. 166—6 room*; all lm-" provementa except heat; 830.00. GORDON ST., 220—Four desirable rooms, bath; reasonable. Comegys A Bro.. *87 Elm St, HIGH ST.. 290—3 room apartment with bath; rent $86.06. Inquire Therkelson Bros. 301 Msrket St. _ HIGH ST.. 409—8 rooms; all Iraprov ce ments: with or without garage._ LEWIS 8T., 126—I rooms. Inquire 88 Broad St. All Improvements except bath MADISON AVb!^-1 up-to-date flat; all Improvements except beat. Inquire Perth Amboy Real Eatate Exchange. 817 Madison Ave. MADISON AVE.. 98—Beautiful 6 room apartment with garage. Tel. 1589. MARKET ST.—Apartment; 5 rooms ~an.l bath, modern improvements. 8bumsky. City Msrket.______ Want to buy some odd pieces of fur niture? Reid classification 89 and savs money. - f REAL ESTATE FOR RENT ~~_Apartments' and lleti_94 MAPLE 8T.. 275—6 rooms; all Improve menta Inquire ops t air a MARKET ST.—6 rooma with Improve ments. 125.00 Charles L. Steuerwald, Inc., 103 Smith Street, NEVILLE ST.. 355—6 rooms; all Im provemente. Tel. 450-W. SOUTH FIRST ST.. 110—3 rooms. In** quire In the atora. STATE ST.. 325—5 rooms; part Improve ment* Tel. 131$. STATE ST., 501—7 rooms and bath« all Improvement*_ y S.TATE dr7, 446—6 room flat; all im provements except heat. Inquire 332 State Street, STATE ST., 119—Just complete, high class 7 room apartment, the utmost In modern Improvements. Inquire Raritan Build Ing. Alex Koeene._ f STATE ST.. 63—S»x room* and sun parlor, new building; all improvements. Inquira 321 Raritan Building. WASHINGTON ST., 406—Flat. Inquire Harry Goldberg, L. V. R. R. and New Brunswick Ave. Tel. 796. WILLOCK8 LANE. 343—3 apartments for rent; $13.50 each. Pierce Johnson Co. Phona 651. APARTMENT—6 rooms and bath, all im provements; heat furnished. Inquire Citv National Bank. 180 Smith 8t,_ FLAT—6 rooms; all Improvementa; steam heat. 136 South First, 8t. FLAT—6 rooms; part Improvements. In quire Louie Isenberg, Smith corner Oak / Street* 1 ROOMS, 4—All Improvementa $20.00. In quire Levine. 204 New Brunswick Ave. ROOMS. 5—All improvementa Inquire 188 Smith St. ROOMS—3, 4 and 6; all improvementa Inquire 210 Rector St._ • ROOMS. 6—Improvements; rent $22.00? Inquire 214 N%w Brunswick Ave. ROOMS, 4—All Improvements; steam heat. Inquire 81 Jefferson St, Business Places for Real 95 HEW BRUNSWICK AVE.. >10—A tor* “to let. Inquire Philip Levine. Raritan Bldg. NEW BRUNSWICK AVE., 101—Large floor apace for wholesale business or fac tory. Inquire 231 Market 8t. Tel. 082. HOUSE—Store and rooms; rent reason able. Inquire Tel. 89. _Farms For Beat 98 FARMS—For sale or rent. 195 acre dairy farm at New Brunswick. 62 acre farm at Matawan. Inquire A. Greenbaum. 177 High 8t., Perth Amboy. Phone 17$. Houses for Rent 97 BRIGHTON AVE., 126—Up-to-date; 7 room house; all Improvements. $41.00. Inquire Presto Lunch. 113 Smith fit. FRONT ST.. 166—House. Inquire Raritan Mercantile Co.. 306 Front St._ MADISON AVE.. 234—House. Inquire Perth Amboy Garage Co. MARKET ST.—House, 7 rooms and bath; all improvements; excellent location; 960 per month. Perth Amboy Trust Co.. Real Estate Department. NEAR STATE AND WASHINGTON STS. —Two stores with Or without five room dwelling apartment. One flat corner State and Washington Sts., five rooms. Apply Boynton Bros. 8c Co., 87 Smith St., Perth Amboy. N. J._ RECTOR ST.. 332—Dwelling. 7 rooms; newly decorated; rent $31.50. Pierce Johnson Co. Phone 651._ RECTpR ST.. 342—7 room house; newly decorated; rent $31.50. Pierce Johnson Cq. Phone 551. BUNGALOW—For rent; six rooms; lot 60 100 on Hanson Ave.; $15.00 a month. John Hanson, 130 Smith St., City. HOUSE—With six rooms, all improve ments. Maple Realty Co., 217 Smith ft. £ HOUSES—For sale or rent on easy m monthly payments. Inquire A. Green- w baum, 177 High St. Perth Araboy. Phone 179.___ _Offices and Desk Room 76 FURNISHED OFFICES—J. Kreielsheimtr & Son. 138 Smith Street. OFFICE—Large front office to let. Apply Maple Realty Co. 215 Smith St. OFFICE SPACE—450 square feet; best part of Smith Street; heat, good light. Votaries L. Steuerwald, Inc., 208 Smith Street. _Suburban for Bent 7f FLAT—5 rooms; part improvements; large chicken, coops. 293 Bay view Ave., Prince Bay, Staten Island._ MODERN HOUSE—6 rooms, best section in Woodbrldgo; garage; all improve ments; rent $60.00. no lease. 554 M iplo St.. Wood bridge. Tel. Woodbrldge 506-R REAL ESTATE FOR SALE _Faring and Land for Sals FARM—25 acre poultry farm with 2 largs modern chicken houses on brick founda tion, 150 feet each; 2400 egg incubatur and brooders; nice 8 room house with water In; surrounded with shady trees; lawn and shrubbery; barn,* etc., two good cows, chickens and crops; on stone road, five miles from New Brunswick; close to railroad station and bus line. A bargain for a quick buyer. The prb « $7,000. Some more farm bargains. Per duk Bros. Farm Specialists. 115 Albaav Street. New Brunswick. N. J. FARM—Small farm for chickens or truck, known as the Shepherd property. Ideated on Reaville road, two miles south of Flemington. N. J. Will sell 5 to 15 acres as degired. Ample buildings on place can be easily adapted for 1,000 chickens. A splendid place for a summer home, with shade trees, orchards and driven well. It adjoins Broad Acres Farm, and is but one farm distant from the new stone road just made In to Flemington. Early possession if desired. Apply on premises, or 150 Main Street, Flemington. or of any broker. ✓ _House# For gslt M y with ever/ Improvement. An exception al opportunity, only $2500 cash, balance like rent. Charles L. Steuerwald, Inc., 208 Sm 11h St.__ FIRST ST.—Ne&r Paterson; 9 rooms and bath; steam heat; a good investment at a small price. Conard A Company. 102 Smith Street.__ OAK ST.—Big bargain; must be sold at once; 2 family building on Oak near Smith St., all improvements with big driveway; price $7200; easy terms. Schonceit A Blltxer. Raritan Building. Tel. 1558,* RECTOR ST.. 145—House, 8 roome and bath; bungalow; stucco on hollow tile; 1 car garage; 2 story; lot 40 x 159. ln qulre 814 Front St. D. F. Donovan. WASHINGTON ST—Near Amboy Avenue, 2 family frame dwelling; lot 25 x 100; $1200 cash required. Conard A Company 102 Smith Street,_ — WILLIAM ST.—2 family house; all Im provements except heat. The Jobnsoo Company. 217 Smith St. Tel. 551. BUNGALOW—For sale six room bunga low; lot 60 x 100 on Hanson itvenuej price $2300.00; terms to suit. John Hsnson. 180 Smith St.. City. FOR SALE—7 room dwelling. Water St.. all Improvements; sale price $7500. i room dwelling. Lewis Street, large lot; sale price $10,000. See Boynton Brothers * Oo.. 87 Smith Street. \Lots For Sale 8fl /' WOODBRlDGE—Large plot; 50 x 3I2| l planted with fruit trees. Freeman Street, best residential section; price $1400.00; partly cash. Massopust Broa A Co.. 692 state St, WOODBRlDGE—-On High St., one 50 ft. lot. terms csn be arranged The John edh Company. 217 Smith St. Tel. 551. LOTS—Desirable building lots on easy, terms. $250.00 and up. M. H. Madsen. IT> Smith 8treet and 4T0 Brace Ava. Suburban lor Wale 8T FORDS—Hollister Place. 100 feet from Fords Avenue; new 5 room bungalow with Improvements and lot facing Fo-ds Avenue; 8 minutes from tcolley and busses; easy teims; possession given at once. Conard A Company. 102 Smith 8treet.^_ FORDS—New 7 room house; all latest Improvements: small amount of cash. Tel. H79-B. A. Welsfaan. vine St. Fords FORDS—5 rooma pantry sun-parlor, tiled bath. heat, electric, gaa range open fire place. tiled vestibule, large eloseta $4000 mortgage. $230o cash. Charles L. Skuer wald. Inc,, 20$ Smith 8t._ SEWarEN, N. J.—2 room house, 1 shed, 1 cow. 1 horse; 4 lot®, each 25 x 14.'; price $1475 00. 8. Kovacs. Central Ave., Bewaren. TOTTENV1LLE—House, seven rooms and bath; lot 40 x 140; price $5200; cash $1000. balance on easy terms B. Wll- " Mama Tot ten villa. N Y._ ^ WOODBRlDGE PROPERTY—And insur ance. See J. H. Concannon. 89 Main St., Woodbridge. Tel. 299. ROAD HOUSE—On four important auto mobile roads; good business; owner mads fortune, retiring; heavy traffic to Tren ton. Philadelphia. Atlantic City. etc., sac rifice. Charles L. Steuerwald. Iuc., tVl Smith Street.