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Get What You Wau. Through The "Articles For Sale" Ads—Classification 51
TL-, eve;: :;g news
Perth AmtKiy. N. J.
CLASSIFIED ADV ERTISINO
Index*' and BiandaMiStd and I'opn'a«*
1*«# for Quirk Refmenct
All ad« are res*r»ct«d to their Pr^P*"f
claMiHration and to th» -egular Th«
Evening N***» «tvi» of type
CLASSIFIED RATE*
Dally Kale Per Line
« day*
3 day*
l day
Cash Charge
,. *c 80
,. *c 10c
.10c 12c
No ad taker for l-as than 2 lines.
Charged ai the rat* earned.
Count "'3 avéra** wurd» 10 the line.
Ada .iH allowed th* cash rule i* paid at
The Evei.lng New? Off If»* wir hin f> dav?
from the firat day of Insertion
Charger) ad» may De given by telepir
; Ada ordered for f» day» and stopped be
fore that 'Inie will only be ohareed for
the actual number of time» th» ad ap
peared. charging at the rate earned
Long ten.! rales given upon rer;ue»t
Telephone 400. A»k for » Want A.
Taker.
CLASSIFICATION
ANNOUNCEMENTS
3—Coming Event«
9—Persona!«
10—Lc~i and Found
AUTOMOBILES
11— Automobile« for Sale
J2—Motorcycles and Bicycles.
13—Automobile« for Exchange
14—Auto Accessories
15—8*»rvlce Stations—Repairing
;lö—Auto Livery—Oarages
L 7—Wanted— Automobile«
i '
BUSINESS? SERVICE
t*— Business Service« Offered
19— Building—Contracting
20— Heating and Plumbing
21—Insurance
22—Millinery—Dressmaking
23—Moving. Trucking Stornge
24—Painting—Papering
25—Patent Attorney«
23—Printing—Stationery
27—Professional Service«
28—Repairing
29—Renovating aid Dyeing
20—Tailoring and Pre««lng
31—Wanted—Business Servie«
EMPLOYMENT
32—Help Wanted—Ft-mals
33—Help Wanted — Male
34—Help—Male or Female
35—Salesmen and Agent«
31—Situation« Wanted— Ferna1.•
*7—Situations Wanted—Male
FINANCIAL
33—Business Opportunities
39—Investments Storks. Bonds
40—Money to Loan
41—Wanted—To Borrow
INSTRUCTION
42—Correspondence Courses
43—Local Instruction Classes
44—Musical Dancing. Dramatic
45—Private Instruction
46—Wanted—Instruction
LIVE STOCK
47—'Doss. Cats. Pet»
48—Horaea, Cattle. Vehicle*
49—Poultry and Supplie»
50—Want*il—Llvi Stock
MERCHANDISE
tl—Articles fui Sale
42— Bunlnei « and Office Equlpmiot
fc'J—Boats and Accessories
! 14—Building Materials
15—Farm* nnd Dairy Product#
L »•—Fu el and Feed
I W—Oonrt Th;ui;s to Hru
L wwHl>|lte-ïr.ads Things
È >0—Household Goods
f. ÂO*—Jewelry and Watch'»
I SI—Machinery anil Tools
[ 52—Musical Instruments
j: 63—Seeds. Plants. Fertilizers
t 64—£pec|ala at Stores
f 6 5—Wearing Apparel
. ff—Wanted—To Buy
ROOMS FOR RENT
07—Rooms Wit!'. Board
I 6S—Rooms Without Board
[■ f«9—Rooms for Housekeeping
|, 70—Vacation Places
£ 71—Where to Eat
I 7 2—Where to Stop In Town
fi 73—Wanted—Rooms or Board
REAL ESTATE FOR RENT
M- -Apartments and Flats
7G—Bust .es» Places for Rent
7 6—Farms fo Rent
, 77—Houses tor Rent
i 78—Offices and Desk Room
! 79—Suburban for Rent
88—Summer Places for Rent
81—Wanted—To Rent
RE AT ESTATE FOR SALE
82—Business Property
83 —Farms and l.and for Sals
84—Houses for Sals
8b—Lota for Sale
art—Shore Prope *ty for Sals
87—Suburban fo» fcale
88—Real Es'at»* or Exchange
W*n»*d Re* Entât»
ANNOUNCEMENTS
Funeral Ho«er« 4
CLAKK THE KLOHIST—Smith St.. next
to Crescent Theatre Flowers for all oc
-h«i n* Jold Fish IV! 2&fi-M
si HU VE. THE FLORIST—Phone *S4
i l'a I me ferns, pot plants, cut flowers;
j floral designs n IpwCltlty -*?~r. Laurie 81
Hit tod Foand in
' l.iUNCH OF KEYS—Lost January -5th
from Compton Avo. to Elizabeth St. He
turn 115 f'omplon Ave.
I HUNCH OF KE VS—Lost Finder* "pleas.
return Evening News Offu-e.
■ GIRL'S SHOEHNw - found. Inquire 186
j South First Street.
j GOLD "cl'FF 111N K— I rl i t i al a r' 'IV .1. K "
I lost on Smith Street between High and
Slate Streets. Reward. Return lu
' Ward's Lunch, 4 Smith Street
TO RTOISE~ S H EI, L RI M~ G L A SSËS I>M
j let ween Reynolds and 2'1'i Hinh St., re
j ward if returned to Sarah Fithian, 2»iG
High Street.
AUTOMOBILES
lufomohile AggPClfl I I \
HAYNES—Sales and Service; garago and
repairs. Middlesex Motors, Inc. 47
Smith Street.
Automobile» For 811I0 11
CHANDLER—Despatch model, 1 !» -1 i:i
ex eel lent condition; has been driven on!y
•>5oo miles. A real bargain. P. A. Ga
rage Go.. L'83 J" ison Avenue.
C l IEVROLET TOUftlNG*—a real car to
have. I I'll 5. Union Garage Co., L'78 King
1 Street.
I l>0DUB ~ DELIVERY— 10J9; '"lik* "new!
, big bargain. Atlantic Garage. 563 Am
Itoy A ve n 11 e.
: DODGE Toi'KhNG—Good condition; new
top. «.Kid tires. 218 Gordon Street.
1 »' • I »< !E SEDAN—Fully equipped. Inquire
Jacques St.
NOTICE
All persons concerned may take notice,
1 that I ho Subscribers, Executors and Trua
j tr-i'H, etc. of Peter Nelson, deceased, in
1 tend to exhibit their account to the Or
i phari's Court of the County of Middlesex,
I on Friday, the third day of March, 1
;it 10 A. M.. in the Term of December,
j 1!»21. for settlement and allowance, the
I same being first audited and stated by
! the Surrogate.
\ Dated. January 1022.
i IIA RR V CON ARD.
CA ROL LN R N ELSON,
Executors und Trustees.
I 101» 19—1-31-2-7-1 4-2I-2X.
AUTOMOBILES
latomoMlN fur Mil« Il
. F«JKD TOURING CAU—Slightly used. Will
j .stll very reasonable. Frank M. Van
I S.vckle's. _
I FORD TRUCK—1 ton. first class condi
, lion. TelL 2278-R.
• JAKDMJU TÖIJRINÖ—1U2). slightly ue'ed
I il20 Ford Chassis; overhauled and re
| painted. 191J Ton and half Seiden
• hassle; n-l shape Eagle Garage. 340
I Prospect Sf. _
MAXWELL TOURING—Good condition;
ri"\v ?op. good rubber 643 A m boy Ave.
NASH toi king— 1919, rebuilt mod re
painted like new. good rubber. Perth
J Am boy Garage Co.. 283 Madison Ave.
l'ÈERLLSS roLPE-Lkte~ model; fully
overhauled, refinished. For the man who
I wants a real good cloned car. See this
;it our salesroom. Union Garage Co.. 278
King Street.
St ' RI PPS-BOOT 11 COITK-I920 4~~ puss
j enger; beautiful rose velour upholstery;
i a-1 mechanlenl condition and priced for
immediate sale; terms arranged. Perth
A m boy Garage C o.. 283 Madison Ave.
~DOKSFY'S USED CARS
I 1920 Ford Coupe, nleo equipment. $325.
, 1920 Ford Sedan, $325
l!»lî» Furd Runabout. S S. $150.
1 !> 19 Ford Delivery, $125.
Vim Delivery, $200
Dodge Touring, $400.
I Podgy Delivery. $200.
Used cars are lower in price than you
[ will ever see them again. Better buy ont»
now; everybody Ilk'ü to wait until the
spring. But prie»« will be higher and
. ears fewer
DORSEY MOTORS. INC..
Authorized Ford Dealers
Maple and Fayette Sts..
Perth Am boy. N. J.
Near Post Office Phone
l s BD C A R s
Chandler Touring $575
Chandler Touring. $5<>o
1919 Reo Express Rebuilt, $.S76.
Reo Panel Delivery, like new, $1.000.
Hudson Super »» overhauled and re-1
painted, new tires $700.
SEXTON'S GARAGE
_15 Smith Street
• SED itA PS-11.20 Touring: 1019 Buick 5
passenger Touring; Studebaker Coupe.
Central Garage. 225-227 New Brunswick
Avenue.
USED CARS—Open and closed modela; I
Superior Garage Co Service Station j
Maxwell. Columbia, Elgin Mot« r Cars. ;
Garford Trucks Corner Maple and Fay
ette Street Tel. 1694.
USED CARS—Hupmobiie Pouring, late1
model; like new; ono ton truck with j
panel body; Ford Delivery, $90. Jefferson,
Motors, inc.. 319 Madison Ave.
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EACH ONE A SMALL RUNG!
Those who have reached the top rung of the
Ladder of Success, those who have climbed
high but have fallen into obscurity, and those
who touched only the lowest rungs, are seen at
evening on city park benches—thinking.
One man, shabby in dress and dejected in
countenance, has nothing to review but days of
failure—of lost opportunities to take advant
age of Ihe little things in life. The other man,
opposite in appearance, recalls his success—
brought about by an aptitude to snatch small
as well as large chances.
One of the seemingly small opportunities of
fered each day is to read carefully the classi
fied section of the News. There you may .find
a job you are seeking, a home you want to buy
or a chance to sell some article you deem worth
less.
Get the classified habit and follow the foot
steps of the successful man.
AUTOMOBILES
Auto Acci'mtiiricfi 14
A TT Etc (ES — W.liard Threaded Rubber
Batteries. unfailing guards against need
for reinstation during the battery's lire.
Battery & Motor Service Station. 149
\*. \v Ht nswlek Av.- TH 1885
'•ATT ER I KS—2 year guarantee uneun
1 i t ion a I ; a new Ray Battery if your old
ones goes wrong within 2 years. What
other battery darns to do this? Chris
Johnson. 163, New R runs wick Ave. _
f 1RES—For s;iie; Goodyear. Goodrich.
Michelin. I'isk and United Slates. F K.
M"r*in 1 l"> Nf-w RrunswcU Ave
■ - - - - • - '»
Servier Station—Repairing I ft
• 1 OY AUTO RADIATOR WORKS—
Auto radiators bodies and fenders re
paired. nuto sheet metal work. 154 New
wwtck Ave Tel. 1607.
AUTOMOBILE CYLINDERS REOROUND
And fitted with oversized pistons, pi«- j
ton rings and wrist pins restores motor |
power saves g ah and oil and tnak"s old j
motors H3 *;ov)d as new 'Parages can .n- I
crease business by advising Cylinder j
Grinding. Wri'e for price list. Produc
tion Grinding Company Inc.. 11-15 Hed- I
den Place, Newark, N J.
. ,i.i. m GARAGE— I lest equipped re
pair shop in town; day and night nor
Supplies and accessories. For sor- I
v'.-o _r«M 15«! .
AUTO PAINTING—John P. Jacko, Auto- J
mobile. Truck and Wagon Painter. 80."»
Laurio Street. Jitney Bus painting a
specialty. j
AUTQ WRECKERS—And repairing; al»o :
towing; night and day service Phone
469. 2181. 23ft Sheridan St. A. B. Stryker.
AUTO TOPS-y Recovered, and repaired:
automobile robes, blankets, slip covers.
P. Guthoff. 184 New Brunswick Ave. Tel.
1080.
COUNTY BRIDGE OARAGE—Motor Caï
repairing of ail kinds; touring service.
409 Market St Phone 1631
ELECTRIC REPAIRING—Generator« » 1
starters repaired; all makes of arma
tures rewound motor winding our spe
j cialty K. & K. Electric Co. 149 New
j Rrunawtck Avu, Tel 605,
ELLIS BROS.—Garage, for your repair
ing. moving arid trucking, car and -axl
service. Storage and supplies. Phone
2197 430-432 llmli St
FEDERAI Al io RADIATOR WORKS—
Auto radiators, bodies and fenders re
paired. ai: kinds auto sheet metal work.
190 New^ Brunswick Ave Phone 1360.
FORDS GARAOB CO—Expert auto rt>
pairing, battery electrical service, night
and day; service station Gould Storage
Batteries. New Brunswick Ave. and
Hornsby St. Phone 205» Perth Amtioy
FRANK HI'DA—Commercial automobile
body builders and repairers; automobile
painting; specializing on touring and
commercial cars. 4 .9 Division St. Phone
7 î» :« - J
HIGH ST GARAGE—Expert repairing,
overhauling, pleasure cars, trucks, carbon
burning, automobile supplies 842 Hlgti
St Phone 2283. A A. Maurer.
JACOB & MORROW —Auto Repair
distributor for Middlesex County Seiden
Motor Tru 'ks; 1 ty to 5 tons. 340 Pros
pect St Phone 206f>
MAGNETOS REPAIR ED—Williams Autc
Electric Service Station; magnetos, gen
erators starters, batteries properly and
fully recha.ged 50c. Agent for the With
erhee Battery 140 New Brunswick Ave_
PERTH A M BO V AUTO \v RECKING CO.
— 1S 4 Fayette St. 183 New Brunswick
Ave. Tel. 1394.
I . S. MARSH U/S S.M.K
I MIKI) STAT KS DISTRICT ( «I RT,
IMhtrict ot" New »lerney, ss.
CKNTKAL WHARF TOW BOAT CO.,
vs.
MARGE -rr,AK
IN A DM1 RA I iT V
A KN I > IT JON1 EX PON AS
l'y virtu»} « ; i" the above writ to mo «1 i -
rocted ami delivered, I shall expose tor
sale at Public Auction at Perth A m boy
Pry Dock Company. Foot Broad Street,
Perth Atnboy, New Jersey, on Thursday,
I i i». 9, 1922 :it Twelve o'clock, Noon, the
Bargo "LTlaU" as sli<- lies at said place.
JAMES II. Mil,HERON.
I'. S. Marshal, District ot' New Jersey.
10605—1-31-lt.
IN CHANCERY OF MEW JERSEY
TO ANNIE KUZMA:
By virtue of an order of tho Court oi
Chancery of New Jersey, made on the day
of the date hereof, in a cause wherein tht
Modern Building and Loan Association, ti
Corporation, is complainant, and you,
Annie Kuzma, are defendant, you are re
«iuir«'d to appear plead, answer or demui
to the bill of said complainant, on or be
fore the third day of March next, or the
said bill will bo taken as confessed against
you.
The said bill is filed to foreclose a mort
gage given by William E. McCullough t nd
wife to the Modern Building and Loar
Association dated February 5th, 1912, or;
land in the City of Perth A m boy; and thai
you. Annie Kuzma, are made a defendant
because you are the wife of Anton Kuzma
who at one time was one of the owners
in common of the said hinds.
Dated, January 12th. 1922.
THOMAS L. HANSON.
Solicitor for Complainant,
mo Smith Street.
Perth Am boy, N. J
10207—1-17-24-31-2-7.
FIRE ALARM BOXES
?l—Cordon and Meade Street«
t'3—Madison Ave. and Paterson St.
_4— Ma-ket and Sheridan Street«
2.—Smith Street and Central U R.
26—Market and First Streets
"7—Raritan Copper Works
-'X—JIiKh and Lewis Street»
34—Madison Avenue and Smith Street.
.»5—Smith and High Streets
36—New Brunswick Ave. and New Street
37—Smith and State SJreets
41—Standard Underground Cable Co.
4L'—Atlantic Terra Cotta Works
4 3—Buckingham Ave. and Haitford St.
45—Commerce and Front Streets
4«—State and Washington Streets
J? — High and Washington Streets.
52—Cortlandt and Easton Streets
I—State and Buckingham Ave.
—Parker St and Pulaski Ave.
56—Ha M A-e. and Charles Si.
N 57—State and Wayne Streets
58—Near Lead Works
.",9—Maurer
L"—Washington Street and Park Avenu«
63—N. w Brunswick Ave. and Elm Street
«4—Smith.Street and Watson "venue
f.5—Commerce and State Streets
73—Front and S nith Streets
73—Water an6 i*ara_>n Streets
74 — Kearny Ave. and Gordon Street
SI—Brace and Hanson Avenues
82—Smith and Herbert Streets
53—Amboy Ave and Washington St.
54—Lehigh Ave. and Stanford Street
$5—Near City Hospital
s»; —Cleveland and Brace Avenues
57—Amboy and Hall Avtnuw
*»-—Ambo.- Ave. and Inslee Street
U4—Neville tint Johns:oue Streets
BUSINESS SERVICE
Êiervice Station—Repairing 15
R A KITA N AUTO RADIATOR WORKS—
Expert repairing auto radiators, lamp»,
fenders. *iooda gasoline tanks, etc. 181
New I-îtuns.vi'rk Ave, Phone 2172.
RECTOR ST. GARAGE—Your Ford motor
completely overhauled for $22.50; all
work guaranteed. Carbon burning 59c
per cylinder; other repairs equa'ly cheap.
Estimates given. LfiQ Rector Street.
VULCANIZING—-Steam Vulcanizing and
retreading. Billy's Tire Shop. Phone
14•> 148 New Brunswick Ave.
WATSON AVE. G AR ACE—Auto repairing
marine and gas engines: Ford motors
overhauled $20. Tel. Day 2240,.Night 805.
Auto Livery—Garage* 10
GARAGES—SI*, and r;ne shop for rent on
King Street. Inquire Maple Realty Co..
215 -smith Street.
JOE'S TAXI—Phone «0*0. Day and
Night service. Cars to hire for weddings
funerals, etc. 426 Division St.
SPACE—Suitable for 2 cars in rear of S&S
High St. Inquire of Margaretton & Lobel,
inc. Karitan Building. Tel. 550.
ISusinesM Services Offered 18
liLACKHM ITH—And practical horseshoer
Wheelwrlglu and body builder. Chus. J.
YonU. -i'.'J New Brunawiek Ave.
K. M INDSZENTH Y — Steamship Tickst
Agency. 107 Ilall A vs. Telephone No.
JU 2.
PI," B LB: STENOGRAPHER—And nn niso
graphing. Rarltan Publicity Service.
Rarltan Building. Tel. 1856.
STOVE REPAIRING—Have an expert re
nalr voir stove Miller ">3!* State St
Building—Contracting 19
I«'. W. HUFF—Electrical contractor, fin
ished bouse and all kinds of interior wir
ing. radio equipment and Installations.
Wood bridge Ave. and Henley St.. Wood
bridge. Tel. 627/ t
J J. Y El LEN—-Electrical Contractor;
finished house wiring a specialty; fix
tures at reasonable prices; estimates
cheerfully furnished 161 Llnd St.
UOOPINp—H. C. Smith. Jr.. slate, slag
, ro-.-flng id tinning; waterproofing 123
125 Madison Ave Tel '6(50
lleatlug and Plumbing tU
PLU Mi:iN<; — Damgaard »V: Baote. Heat
ing arid gas Citing. Jobbing promptly at
tended to; estimates furnished. 308
Elm Sr. Phone 2081
PLBMBING—s. 1.. Bui vaneski*. plumbing"
heating, gas fitting and tinning in all Its
branches; all work promptly done. 670
Charles 't. Plione 1406
PLUMBING—John Klusendorf, plumbing,
heating and gas littlng; lobbing promptly
attended to; estimates furnished 408
fîrnr»m St Phone 2221
Millinery—l>res»inakiDg *2
HEMSTITCHING—-W« do all kluds of "aid«
ami accordion pleating and machine
pleating; very reasonable prices. E.
Welas ::17 Maple Si Phone 20 72
Moving, trucking, Storage 83
AUTO TUl'i'K I.N(!—Light and heavy;
local and Ion:; distance service when and
as yoy want It Otto Dietz. State and
Chaifftcey Streets.
Al'TO TRUCKING—C. Borup, transfer
und auto trucking, .storage, furniture arid
pianos moved; city and country. 325
State Street. Phone £176.
1 'AliTlNfi — Walsheeks General Trucking,
local and long distance moving, also
light and heavy carting. 266 Goodwin
St. Phon 11>72 Perth Am boy N J
EXPRESS—And trucking; local and long
distance J. J Sidenburg. 377 Division
Sr Phon» 383»J. __
HAULING—Andrew Anderson. Trucking
engines, btilers machinery safes, heavy
hauling and rigging of every description.
Pierce Arrow and Packard 5 ton trucks.
Tel. 178. 77 Fayette Street Perth Am
hoy. N. J.
MOVING—D Kadin. express and storage,
long distance moving with care. 204
New Brunswick Ave. Phone "676. 18S2
Pert h A m boy. _____
.MOVING—Li j'per's Express; transporta
tion between Perth Amboy and New
York; move In city or coun'ry. 296
Washington St. Phone 2318.
MOVING—John Hawrylko & Sun. truck
ing and moving; local and long distance;
personal attention to all work. 162
Chaijncey St Telephone connection.
TRUCKING—Eagle Motor Transportation
Co.. heavy trucking. 340 Prospect öt.
Tel. 2066.
TRUCKING—John Gardell, transfer, auti
trucking; storage furniture; pianos niov
«à country, city. Market st. Tgl. it:
j Painting a né Papering 2-1
DECORATING—A P Barner; Palntei
and Paper Hanger; work guaranteed
reasonable prices; estimates given. 122
So ist_St_ Phon» Mt-W.
l'A PER HANGING—Paper Hanging a
; specialty. Wall paper retail at whole
sale prices Paper Hangers furnished at
Ipwe8t prices. N. Y Wall Paper Co. 3ft<
State St Phone 1722
_ Professional Herr Ices I.
I'iANO TUNING—And Repairing; tirs
class work C. Steinhauser 325 Staî<
Rt I>1 ISS4-M
Kepairing
AH I NET MAKING—( oh.nial Oabinri
I Wivf j; home of expert cabinet ir-ikers
upholstering; veneering enameling chaii
cane' t; glass table top». shelves. mlrrori
choice orienta ruga. Cleaning and r*
pairing Phon» 23A-M 388 State St.
ÇLA1 SUN a- JOHNSON—If it is mad« Q
leather wo have it or make it; also repai
suit case«, bags, trunks, basket balls, gu:
cases, belts, etc. Phono 41-W. 143 Ne\
Brunswick Ave.
SHOB REPAIRING—S, Goldsmith ha
moved from 127 Fayette St. to 3t'5 Stan
Street. All work guaranteed at the low
os- prfcea.
SiloR KEPAIRING—First class; best oal
leather used; also new shoes a. reason
able prices. J. Cherenske. IS I Nav
Brunswick ' ve.
STELLA S HOB RBPAIR SHOP—-tMkOe
repaired and remodeled like new. 12
Fayette St., Perth Amboy, N. J.
I t ' I h >l„ST EKING — AND FIIKNITI'KI
HEPA I Ft I NCI HARRY FEINBBRU
St) SMITH ST PHONE 1571
J r P HOLST EKING—-L. L. BRAIOWOOJ
! 1«* HIGH ST PHONE ttl
j f*PHI )LSTERER—Overstuffed Curuitu;-«
repaired and recovered, springs reset
! John .1 Qnlvlw HI Park Ava Tel 1147-1
Renovating and Dyeing ~ *
CLEANING—Alterations. Dyeing Press
ing Pressing; prices moderate S Ep
afin. -5 5 Madison Ave Below MaJasM
TAILORING—And Cutting, la-lies an
gent's garments cleaned, pressed and rt
paired. P. Palo. S>1 State Street.
FUR COATS—Furs and ladies' doth gar
ments remodeled and repaired equal t
new. Furs cleaned, dyer*, and glazed. /
• Greenhouse. 56 Smith JStr#«f
EMPLOYMENT ,
H Hp Wanted—Female 32 j
GIRL—For general housework. 137 j
Keamy Ave.
GIRLS—Experienced on me i i shirts,
steady work; good pay Goodman, Cohen
& Company. 331 Maple Street; one flight
up.
jlRLS—Good pay and steady; to operate
Singer Sewing machines; examine, pack,
e'tc., on camisoles. Neat for m Co., Amboyl
Road and Alain St.. Tottenville. i
GIRL—For light housework. Apply 180
Main St.. Tottenville.
GIRL—Colored or White for general
lion so work. 110 Smith St.. upstairs.
GIRLS—On Union Special Machines to set
in sleeves. Goidsteln-Klrshner Co., 35
Green St., Wood bridge, N. J. i
GIRLS—Wanted Inquire Chesebrough !
Manufacturing Co. j
Iii RLS—To operate Singer Sewing ma-j
chines; steady work. Amboy Waist Co.]
379 Division Street.
;iKJy— Fur light housework. Call 70.
State St rent.
UOOD WASHWOMAN—Wanted. Inquire
121 Smith Street.
LADIES—For local sales work; experience
unnecessary to earn $35 weekly. Chance
for promotion. Call before 10 and after
4. Room 423. Raritan Building.
OPERATORS—OX LADIES' WAISTS
AND DRESSES; GOOD PAY, STEADY
WORK. SOUTH AMBOY MANUFAC
TURING CO.. 163 BROADWAY. SOUTH
AMBOY. TEL. ISO.
OPERATORS—On singer needle machines
Also experienced girls on double needle
machines. Brass Buckle Overall Co.,
257 New Brunswick Avenue.
SALESLADY—Musically inclined, for our
phonograph department. Inquire Salter,
357 State Street.
SALESLADY—Experienced. Apply 121
Smith Street,
STENOGRAPHER—Young lady who is fa
miliar with clerical work Write stating
qualifications and salary cxpected. Ad
dress "44" care Newa.
WOMAN—For kitchen work. City Market,
181 Snilt h_ Street.
YOUNG WOMAN—To take names for city
directory. Write Richmond Directory
Co.. Care News.
DOMESTIC EMPLOYMENT ~~AGENCY—
320 Market St.. female help furnished
Experienced waitress wanted; women by
dnv for private families. Phone 1-41^ M
Help Wanted—Male 18
AGENT-COLLECTOR—Apply Singer Shop
JJ21 M a pie Street.
FIRST CLASS BUTCH BR—Call at Mc
Louglilin's. 1 Smith Street.
AMBOY ! : M PLOY M ENT AGENCY -Li
censed Employment Bureau. Supplies
men and women for all . type; of work.
If you need help of any kind, call upon
us and we wfll help you solve labor prob
lems P. 10 laple St Phone 1 Itf.2
Salesmen and Agent» 35
RELIABLE MAN—-Sell shrubs, trees,
plants; permanent; weekly pay. Write
for terms. Guaranty Nursery Co.. Roch
ester, N. Y.
SALESMEN—Calling on consumers, $4f)
to $45 weekly at start. (.'all before 1C
and after 4. 423 Raritan Building.
FINANCIAL
Business Opportunities 38
BUSINESS PROPOSITION1—-Store for sale
must sell on account of illness in the
family. For full particulars inquire 39*
State Street.
RESTAURANT—In good business location
-Must sell on account of leaving town
Inquire 685 State Street.
Money to Loan 40
TO LOAN —We liave 13.000, $2.509. $2.000
$1,500 to invest in mortgages on Perth
Am boy property. Margaretten & Lobel,
Inc., Raritan Building. Tel. 650.
üu.ööu, $3,000 and $4,00%)—To place on lirsi
mortgage; city property; also othei
amounts for Woodbridge and Fords
Conatd & Co.. 1 o'J Smith Street.
$1.500. $-,000. $2,5<><îT $«.000—To loan or
mortgage. Prompt s. rvioe.
CAR h JAC< »BS. IT'» Brighton Ave
INSTRUCTION
^ Musical. Dancing, Dramatic 44
mNJO—No play, no pay—Banjo, Mando
lin. Guitar, ctc. Beginners! Play tunes
perfect Hrstu 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. Ö10
Msplé st.. Perth A m bo y Phone 1962.
LIVE STOCK
nNigfH._Cats.Pets 4j
POODLE—Small. Call after 12 o'clock
third floor. 262 McOlellan St
Horses. Cattle. Vehicle» 4Î
FRESH COWS—And Springers for sale a
any lime, extra good milkers; alwayi
large stock on hand. J. Xlotkln. Free
hold. N_J. Tel. 168-W.
PONIES, 2—Cart, harness; I large hors
coupe. Inquire 220 Freeman St., Wood
bridge. N. J,
Poultry and Snppliew ^
CLEME.NSEN'S—Scratching Grain« arn
Laying Mash makes hens lay Phone 6S1
Tottenville !»"0 Prompt Deliveries.
"CUSTOM HATCHING—In mammoth au
tomatlc incubators: best strain whit
leghorn hatching eggs and baby chick
for sale. Make reservations now Arno!
Poultry Farms. 317 Middlesex Avenu«
Metuchen, N. J. Phone Metuchen 25'
Fresh table eggs supplied.
MERCHANDISE
Articles for Sale 5
ALUMINUM WBAlt—Wear Ever ; will l
15^'. cheaper on every dollar's wort
bought here. Gimplcman Bros., 3Ü
State St, Phpna 1773,
FUR SCARF—A oar gain; men's over coal
$5.00. Victor spotlights with mirro
$2.98. Big reduction on ice skates, i
Perlmuter's. 199 Smith Srteet.
ICE SKATES—Very cheap. J. Miller. 34
State 8treet.
LEATHER—Oak Soles and Scraps. W
carry a full line of cobbler's tools an
supplies for home use. P. Barbieri. 404
406 State St.
pLD MATRICES—Heavy pressed car
board newspaper mats—dimensions sain
as this printed page. Best possible lin
ing for Inside of poultry houses, garage
or for sMeathlng stucco houses. Keep
out 1 cold Large supply on ham
Price $1 00 a hundred. Call at Evenln
News Office,
RADIATORS—House, wall and pipe rad
ators. corrugated Iron, steam pipes; a
kinds of rails, channel Iron. inch ne
boller tubes. Harry Goldberg. L. V. 1
R. and New Brunswick Ave.
RUBBER ÔOODS — Tbompno • Good yes
Rubber Corp.. 315 Maple St. Tel. 21 fi!
Everytl !npr in Rubber; wholesale and v<
tall. Plumbers. Factory and Househol
Sunnllea
It il i Id i nu Materials !
ItOlLEKS—J.J Kt-etiin tanks and snioki
stacks. sheet iron work of all descriptor
Repairing a specially 386 and 390 Div
«don St. m'l P. R. R. Perth A m hoy. N. .
Phone office Ifl0<: home 2H0-R.
If AR] WAI.E—Elizabeth Hardware Cc
The Home of Hardware. 137-139-14
' New Brunswick Ave. Tel. Exctn-ge 12<
121 Perth A m hoy.
! TlARDWÄRE-Tool». Paint». Oila. Va
nishes. Wall Paper Palmers Supplik
Max Gold fa rb .'ill Btatf Sr Phone 9fi
LUMBER—We will have for sale abo
April 1st one large frame building. 2
feet long in very good condition. T!
, lumber is of very good quality. Figu
this material In your Spring building r
quiretnents and let us have your b
sometime before April 1st for the bull
ing as it stands. Nixon Nitration Wor
» ^*xon- N. J. '
i l'A I NTS—Atlantic Lead and Atlant
Linseed Oil; Plerce'9 Ready Mixed Pair
; S3.25 a gallon; set colora S. Koch. 31
State St. Phone 1316
VA I ; N IS M AND STA tN — lu on» appHr
tion. See The Jonles Co. Palm Heat
ounrters 1S4 Smith S' Phon#» 19^0
L Farm and Dairy Product« I
MILK—Perth A m boy Milk <"o. always i
your service. Deliveries everywher
I Demand our products from vour deal'
• t grocer
, When you give jewelry, select your pr
' sent through the attractive and econon
1 cal offers appearing daily in Classiticato
* I 60.
-I If you like music with your meals.
»I after them—you'll want to road the ü
. I usual offers under "Musical Instrument
in today's classified section.
MERCHANDISE
■ Fuel and feed W
FIRE WOOD—$1.50 per loud. Sales Cor
poration, Morgan Arsenal Office, Morgan,
N. J.
PERTH AM BUY rLOl R .v ORAfN «'»
A two weeks Kale on Old Trail Flour at
$4.50. Tel. 1350.
Good rhlnys to Kat W
UKEAD—liât that so homelike Aunt Mar
tha Bread; sold at all grocers. Sim
men a MoJql Bakery.
■'OFFEB CAKES—Danish «•offec cakes,
pies, layer cak» s. d «ugiinuta. etc., fresh
every day a* 2 P M. N. E Bjornson.
Jr.. ISO Mew Brunswick Avenue. ,
KNACEIJROD—Skorpor, Iceland Herring, J
Anchovies. Agent Dr Peter's Kuriko E. ;
Ohlson. Phone 2045 405 Laurie 8t
SALADS—Majestic Delicatessen, ready
cooked meats, all home cooking,, cater- ;
Ing t» parties and entertainments a spe- |
clalty 182 Smith Phone 1634 •
Household Good» 99 |
AMBOY FURNITURE HOUSE —Furnish
es your home right at the tight price
219 Smith St. near Maple.
ELECTRIC WASHING MACHINE—Good
condition, cheap. Address Box "Mach
ine" Care News.
FURNITURE—Dublin f urniture Houie, all
kinds of furniture, baby carriages floor
coverings a specialty; reasonable pricca;
positively^ ''»^^oods. 279 Smith St
If ATTRESBE8—'Renovated, i eterlll
Ing pr-'teas; cotton $2. hall 53. S,a"',"r(l
_bedding Co. 422 Park Ave. T
PARLOR SUITE-—4 piece; leather uphol
stery; price very reasonable. 257 Borden
town- Ave.. South A m bo y.
•»cueiry and Watches _ «0
PAWNUKOKKHS SALE STORK —73 j
Smith St. Watches and jewelry repaired,
also bought, gold; lowest prices in city, j
Machinery and Toole 61
MOTOR» AN]' ».1RATORS—All kin I« 1
of A. C. and also rewinding and !
repairing promptly attended to. Perth
Amboy Storage Battery & Elestrlc Co., I
Madison Av* TeL 1807
Musical Instrumente 68 I
NOTICE—Latest Pathc, Actuelle, Emer
son, Okelx and Lyric Records reduced to
•75c each. .1. Smerllng. 148 Smith St.
I PLAYER PIANO—Don't forget to stop
and look it over; easy terms; price $25u
Brun ton Piano Co. 204 Smith "St.
RECORDS—Emerson Records; all t*ie la
test songs and dance hits on sale.
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry, also expert
watch repairing. S. Cardon 70 Smith Si
Heeds. Plants. Fertiliser* A3
HEDGE—$4.50 per hundred in April, C. O.
IX Box 42:5. Fords. N. J.
• Speciale »t the 8 ores 64
SPECIAL—Clearance Sale on package
goods, 50% off! All perfect; watch for
other specials. Hoffman's Art Shop. 230
Smith Street.
w.n.rn^ AmomI
NOTICE—Men's Hat and Cap M fg. Co..
formerly at -5G Smith St.. now located at
318 ir'mith Street^
Wanted to Btty «0
RLK TRADING STAMP GO. —Buy. sell
and exchan^o all kind» of milk labels,
soap wrapper« United Profit Sharing
Certificates. J rading Stamp. 338 Slate
Street.
FURNITURE—Second hand highest prices
paid; stoves, bedding, floor coverings for
sale Sussman. '.'3 Smith St. Tel. 149G-.T.
Fl'liN i'Ti: I: ; — Kail- prices for your furni
ture. Miller^ 6|9 State St. 793 W.
I«' I'UNl TIT It E—We buy all kinds Ncetiml
hand furniture. G. Houser. 103 Fayett«
St. Phon© 848-W.
ROOMS AI\iD BOAKU
Rooms With Board 6Ï
BARCLAY ST., 407 —Room and bo#Hji In
private family; steam Ilea t ; upstates,
HOTEL REM INGTON—377 Smith St..
furnished rooms by day or week; rooms
steam heated, meals served; also régu
la r board. Tel. 494^
JSÂriTH ST., "04—Furnished rooms, with
or without board. Apartment
Rooms \V IthoutBoard 68
"BRIGHTON AVE., -19—Furnished room
for gentleman "only. • - - - . |
HIgTi. .ST.. :;•;!» ro-mi ; all improve
ments including steam heat.
HIGH HT.,. 291—Large furriisljed room;
very convenient location. Inquire 2S5
High .Street.
McCLELLAN ST., 207-^1 single room; 1
double rooms; all improvements.
MA1M-PÎ ST.. -7ti—Rooms for roupie, also
single room: all improveni'ntw. _
MARKET ST., 1-5'—1 single and 1 doublo
furnish ed room : all Improvements.
MARKET ST.. ,".lö—Nice furnished rooms,
all improvements. • •
RECTOR ST.. 100—Large, sunny room
with alcove, facing water. Tel. 125-W
SMITH ST., J 7 —One or two furnisher
rooms; steam heat. Third floor.
STATE ST.. 181—Furnished room; ai
conveniences; upstairs.
STATE ST., 1N11—Furnished room; gooi
, liome for right party.
STATE ST.. ii 3 5—Furnished room; 1 od ;
gentlenn n. all conveniences.
FRONT ROOM—Furnished; all convent
en ces. Tel. 898.
FURNISHED ROOM— For gentleman; pri'
I vat.« family. Tel 64"..
I Rooms for Housekeeping 61
FAYETTE ST., 97——2 rooms and kitchen'
etto fpr light housekeeping.
, "first ST.. 'JHi — layhl houseke. pim; loom:
_ improvements, steam beat ! adulté.
I HIGH ST.. 279—Furnished light house'
keerincf ana rt ment.
JEFFERSON ST., 7U—Large. furnishei
room for light housekeeping; tfll iin
provements. __
KEARNY AVE.. 149—Furnished roomi
juif a hie for licht housekeeping
I WATER ST., 07—1 or - rooms; with o
3 without kitchenette; steam heat.
j W here to Eat 71
r.non.llOâWn' A MT*
8 CÔVf'EE HOUSE
• Our best advertisement is. that those
who try our homa cooking always
5 come in again. Ileal food at rea-'
sonable prices. 194 Smith Street.
PRESTO LUNCH—And Bakery; hom
pastries; popular prices; open day an(
night. 113 Smith Street.
Victory restaurant—Oyster «m
Chop House, sea food special; po .u!a
prices. 322 Stat Street, nea Jeffersoi
St.. Perth A m bo> Tal 8284.
REAL ESTATE FOR RENT
Real _ Instate Dealer«* 74'
CARL JACOBS—Real Estate. Mortgages
Insurance Agents Life. Fire. Automobil«
Liability, et#. 179 Brighton Ave. Tel
5 61. /
''ONARD & COMPANY —Real Estate an«
General Insurance. 102 Smith Street
Perth A m boy N J Phone 210
FRASER BROS.—Real Batata and lusur
ance Savings Bank Building Phon
C. 53.
HANS NIELSEN CO.—Real BaTlê an<
Mortgages 190 Smith Street. Rt-a
Estate Exchange Building. Telephon
88.
t A COB SON .V GOLDFARB—Real Bft4l
and In st. ranee. Raritan Building. Phon
185«. ,
"i.M'Lfci IKALTV CO Real Entai.
Smith Rt Phon» 1710.
M A *A RETTEN <& LOB EL—Successor
to Alpern & Co.. Real Estate, Mortgage
and Insurance. Raritan Building Pert]
A m boy. n .T PhAne 550
max i. SGÖTT —Real Estate and Gauert
Insurance. 30!' Madison Ave. Tel. E10
PERTH AMBOY "TRUST COMPANY
Real Estate Department
Property in all sections of the city fo
sale at fair prices, good terms.
If you wish to buy or sell it will be
your advantage io call us.
"Superior Service"
AMBOY RBAI ESTATE EX
CH.' NOE and General Insuranc«
SI7 Madison Avenue, Phone Hfift
SHIRLEY & SORE^st)N—Successors t
l> .\ Shtrley. Re?.l Esiate and Insur
ance. 130 Sm'th St. Perth Amboy. OfTi.
■'I'Hl even IIV-y Tel 190. __
THEO. S BROWN—Real estate broker
general insurance agent: fire automobil«
liability etc 283 King St _Tel.
VV. A. DROST—Let me rent your apart
-ments: no vacantes. Tel. 2347.
HAVE several desirable ntv; seel
ers .see me. W. A. Drost. Tel. 2347.
ADHrtmrntB and Flats 7
BRIGHTON AVE.-—6 rooms; all iinprov«
ments.. Inquire 80 Gordon St.. upstairs,
All sorts oC office supplies are offere
at tho most reasonable pi ices in Classiii
cation 52 tpdav
REAL ESTATE FOR HENT_
Apnrtnieui« anii Fiat* 74
CATALPA AVE.. 9»—5 rooms and bath;
improvements. Inquire Phone 1735.
JlVlSlON ST.. 428—5 rooms and bath.
Inquire _A rc h en. 36 Gordon St.
fXvKTTB ST., 222—Plat for rent. In
<1 uire 185 Now Brunswick Ave.
Ï It ANT ST.—Near Market; 7 rooms; all
improvements except lieat, $35. Inquire
H. Lewis. 3 43 Smith Street.
JACgUES HT., 5 60—5 rooms; all improve
ments. rent $25.00.
KEARNY AVE.. I75—-6 rooms; all im
pro ventent s includl n g steam heat.
MADISON AVE.. 121—6 rooms, all im
provements. Inquire 119 Madison Ave.
MADISON AVE.. 235—7 rooms; all im
provements. inquire 214 Madison Ave.
MADISON AVE., -63—6 room apartment;
all Improvements with steam heat. In
quire 133 Water St. Tel 581-M.
MARKET ST., 301—5 rooms; all Improve^
monts, reasonable. Comegys & Bro. 287
Elm Street^
N E\V BRUNSWICK AVE.. 193—8 room
flat; all improvements; steam heat fur
nished.^
SMITH ST^r 176—4 rooms, steam heat. In
quire'Geo. J. Miller. 3U9^Madison Ave.
STATE ST., 83—Six rooms and sun parlor,
new building, all improvements. Inquire
321 Rarltan Building.
STATE ST., 48«—5 room fiat, electric. Iff
quire 382 State Street.
WATER ST.. 47—2 room apartment; all
Im proyera en ta i reasonable. Tel. 508-R.
APARTMENT—Finest location, heat and
janitor service supplied to responsible
tenants. Carl Jacobs, 179 Brighton Ave.
Te I e n hone 561.
FLAT—7 rooms, inquire Graham's Batt
ery. 315 State Street.
FLAT—7 rooms; «til improvements, except
heat; ready for occupancy. 92 Washing
ton Street.
ROOMS—To let. Inquire 217 Washing
ton Street. '
Business riaoei for Kent im
NEW BRUNSWICK AVE.. 110—Store t»
jet. Inquire I'hillp Levtne. Rarltan Bldg.
STORE—Un Madison Avenue near Smith
Street. Inquire P. A. Garage Co., 2S3
Madison ■ Avenue.
House* for Rent 77
BROAD ST.. Ii«—Near High St.. 5 room
house; all improvements except steam
heat. Inquire GS Broad St. or 426 High
Street. Tel. 1973. '
MADISON AVE., 234.—House. Inquire
Perth Amboy Garage Co.
WATER ST.. 160-8—House ; all improvfh
merits. Inquire 287 King Street.
HOUSE—6 rooms, all up to date improvj*
ment3,* fine section; rent $45.00. Inquire
B. Streiff. tin Smith Street. .
HOUSE—With six rooms, all improve
mmt.3 Maple Realty Co.. 217 Smith **6.
HOUSE—7 rooms; all improvements. In
qulre 281 Washington Street.
Office« and l>enk Room 78
OFFICE—Large front office to let. Apply,
Ms pie Realty Co 216 smith St._
Suburban for Rent 10
FORDS—5 rooms; all improvements. Airs
Moe, Wintfem st.. Ford«. Tel 3219-U.
SE WAREN—Near school; h oU8ekeepifi|
apartment; all conveniences. Inquire V|
240 Brighton Ave.. City. ^
SOUTH AMBOY—Apartments for rent;
each having live rooms and bath with
all improvements. 147 aud 149 David
St. Inquire 14t» Henry Street.
TOTTENVI LLE—Double home, ill! - 31
Arthur Kill Road; nil improvements; i
minutes' wall« from ferry. Inquire Vogel'»
Hotel. 51.11 Arthur Kill Rond. T«d. 90*;.
I*'l.AT—5 rooms and bath; strain heat, $28
center of town. Inquire E. Dabbs, 182
Fisher A \ jot tern file. Tel. 1225,
ROOMS. 4—And bath, Rahway Ave.
Wood bridge Junction. Inquire E. If.
Coddington.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE"
Business Property 88
BUILDING—For sale; 2 story; suitable
for factory or store house; centrally lo
cated. Inquire 429 East Ave.. Perth
Amboy, N. .T. ' /
I'nrmN and Land for Sale 83
IS ACRE—Farm; J 1 j miles to station
good land, fruil. truck and chickens; as
paragus Held, 900 apple and pear trees:
grapes; 9 room house, bath, steam heat
all improvements; good farm buildings
sacrifice, $S000; $2000 cash. Charles L
Steuerwald, Ine., 208 Smith St.
House* I'or Sale 84
BRIGHTON AYE. AND LEWIS ST.—
House, 1 lot; house, 2 lots; Brighton and
<*atalpa Ave. M. J. Nielsen, 111 Lewis
Street. • r—>
CATALPA' AVE. 102—2 family house,
price $7,000; easy terms. Margarêtten Ä
Lobol, In'-. Rarllan Building. Tel. 550
HAZE I. AYE.-—House for sale or rent; 5
rooms and bath; all improvements. In
quire L. C. Madscn. 271 Smith St. Tel.
*38-J. _ ^ . ___■ '
MARKET ST.- Big two-family house;
worth $9500; price $850'». or best offer;
easy term«--. Nielsen. 17C New Bruns
wick Aver.ue. ______
SOUTH OF~SMITH ST.—ö family; all lm
provements; ne\\k porcelain plumbing
throughout; rents $92.00; plot 10x150; ga A
tage; low price and easy term». Charles M
L. Steuerwal«!. Inc. 208-Smith St. _____ ^
STATE NEAR MARKET STREET—Seven
room dwelling with bath, steam heat;
gas and water; about $5000.00 cash in
quired. Conard & Company, 103 Smith
Street.
West SIDE AYE.. £53—Two family,
seven room frarno dwelling; garage,
stable and one family dwelling In rear.
Masaopust Bros & Co., C92 State Street
WILLIAM ST.—2 family house; ail Im
provements except heat. The Johnson
Company, 217 smith st. Tel 551
Loto For Hale 88
WOODBRIDGE—On High St.. one 50 ft.
lot. terms can be arranged The John
son Company. 217 Smith St_ Tel. 551.
WOODBRIDGB, X. J.—$700 to $1900 Wtü
buy rlioice building lots, ccntrally located
See us about building. Boynton Bros. A
Co.. 87 Smith St.. Perth Auiboy, Is'. J.
CHOICE BUILDING LOTS.-3—-Ôn King
Georges Road. Fairfield Terrace. Fords.
.T KreleI»helmer & Son. 133 Smith St.
LOTS—We have lota for sale in tin
northwestern section of this city on vers
easy terms. Margaretten & LobeL Inc.,
Raritan Buildhig. Tel. 550. _
LOTS—Desirable building lots on eaey.
terms. $250.00 and up. M. II. Madsea.
IT". Smith Street and 470 Brace Ave.
VERY DESIRABLE LOTS—In Soul6555
section of the city. Inquire of Margnr
etten & Lobel. Inc., Raritan Building
Tel. 550.
Suburban For Sal** 5?
KURDS—Muw 7 room house, corner, por
, ches; all improveniens; gas range; ont
block from Main Street: price low; small
amount cash, balance like rent.. Char let
L. Steuerwald, Inc.. 208 Smith St.
RARITAN MANOR—-New 8 room houoe,
!* lot 50 x 100; 7 rooms and reception hall,
every improvement, steam heat chest
nut trim, white upstairs. Price low. cash
required $4.000. Charles L. Steuerwald,
Inc.. 208 Stnith »t.
TUTTENVILLE—Kino residence. S) rooms Ê
all improvements; lot 50 x 147. Prie« U
I 500 B \. am« Tottenvllle. N. Y. »
, TÔTTEN VILLE—8 room double dwelling
near Railroad und Ferry: rents for $40.00
per month. Bargain to quick purchaser,
$4500. B. Williams. Tottenvllle. N. Y.
I'TENVILLE—7 r< tage; part im
provements; l^t 60 x.. ' 5 $3.000; part
' <"vsh. P.»;prs Y i Avenue.
; WOODBrIdGE PROPERTY—And insur
ance. Sen J. H. Concannon. 8i) Main St.,
! Wood brH ec. Tel. 299.^
WOODBRIDGE—New house; 7 room«, hot
", water heat. 4 bed rooms, sleeping por'h,
tile bathroom; open fl rep'ace. unfinished
attic; garage. Owner leaving town. Tel.
Woodbridge 21"J-M or 112 MI - ' i Street.
WÖOD^RIDGE-New 5 room bouse with
ail improvements; charming neighbor
hood; large plot; large closets; best fit
tings: price low and terms very easy.
Charles L. Steuerwald. Inc.. 208 Smith
Street :
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