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THE EVENING NEWS
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Peril* Amboy. V ,f.
CLASSIFIED advertising
Indexed and Standardized and Popular
tzed for Quick Reference
All ad* are restricted to their prom
* classifies! Ion and to the regular Th<
Evening News style of tv pe..
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* Count six average woriln to the "in
f* Ads are allowed the cash rate if paid a
f 'The Evening News Office within •» rtav
i". ifrom the first day of Insertion.
t Charged ads may be given hy telephone
i Ails ordered for « days arid stopped b«*
'foie that time will only be charged f"»
r . The actual number of times the «d np
$ peered, charging at the rate earned.
Long term rates given upon request.
Telephone 400. Ask for a Want Afl
Taker.
"CLASSIFICATIOIM ~
ANNOUNCEMENTS
. g—Coming Events
9—Persona la
10—Lost and Found
AUTOMOBILES
J|—Automobllos for Sale
?/ d 2— Motorcycles and Bicycles
, !)3— Automobiles for Exchange
14—Auto Accessories
1 ft— Service Stations—Repairing
! jG—Auto Livery—Garages
d7—Wanted—Automobiles
K
BUSINESS SERVICE
* ;}g—Business Services Offered
JO—Building—Contracting
tM>—Heating and Plumbing
L*l— Insurance
fc2—Millinery—Dressmaking
!’it—Moving. Trucking. Storage
f4— Painting—Papering
i. 5—Patent Attorneys
M—Printing—Stationery
27—Professional Services
B»— Repairing
f f9—Renovating and Dyeing
—Tailoring and Pressing
m |l—Wanted—Business Service
EMPL07MENT
J IS—Help Wanted—Pomale
/, 13—Help Wanted—Mule
i, t4—Help—Male or Female
Kraft—Salesmen and Agents
•; J3—situations Wanted—Female
v 17—Situations Wanted—Male
MINAINUAli
is—Business Opportunities
J9—investments, Stocks. Bonds.
i, (0—Money to Loan
' ll—Wanted—To Borrow
!W INSTRUCTION
.;3—Correspondence Courses
1—Bocal Instruction Classes
. it—Musical Dancing. Dramatic
fi—Private Instruction
6—Wanted—Instruction
fSE LIVE STOCK
jj—Dogs. Cats. Pets
$—Horses, Cattle. Vehicles
fm—Poultry and Supplies
■ '’*9—Wanted—Live Stock
Wp,
MERCHANDISE
i—Articles for Sale
.,3—Business and Office Equipment
;E—Boats and Accessories
ft—Building Materials
—9**— Farms and Dairy Products
I V^rlfuel. and Feed
* I— Gobf/TPfiTjTgaf to Eat
1—Ilonfs Mario Things
)— Hoi'S iold Goods
J—Jewelry and Watches
r f —Machinery and Tools
—Musical Instruments
* I—Seeds. Plants. Fertilizers
. I—Specials at Stores
—Wearing Apparel
I—Wanted—To Buy
• ROOMS FOR RENT
V- F—Rooms With Board
i I—Rooms Without Board
V I—Rooms for Housekeeping
5 I—Vacation Places
(—Where to Eat
,s f—Where to Stop In Town
| I—Wanted—Rooms or Board
REAL ESTATE FOR RENT
v i—Apartments and Flats
?<i f— Business Places for Kent
!—Farm for Rent
V ’—Houses for Rent
7' Offices and Desk Room
% Suburban for Rent
jr —Summer Places for Rent
K }—Wanted—To Rent v
K j REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
1 I—Business Property
ff 1—Farina and Land for Sale
i—Houses for Sale
6 [-—Lots for Sale
g >— Shore Property for Sale
fc —Suburban for Sale
IV —Real Estate for Exchange
?; r,— Wanted—Real Estate
ANNOUNCEMENTS
I uneral I lower* _ 8
LARK.THB FLORIST—Sm.in St.. nex:
to Crescent Theatre Flower* for all oc
ep«jr>na ‘told Fish. Tel. 296.ft.
Si ItUV E. TUB FLORIST—Phone «84
Palms, ferns pot plants, cut flowers
floral designs a specialty 85S Laurie St.
AUTOMOBILES
Automobile Agwwlft_1M
» HA YNES^Sftles and Services garage an.
I i.-pahs Middlesex Motors Inc. 231
| Madison Ave., coi oer Marki t St
Automobile* For_ Hale ________ *1
. «J VVRECKBR—Ozel Moble 6 peel a.
full equipped; perfect condition; 4 ex
I tra tires, two rims, must sell. Muno/
Storege. 238 Hhei'dan St.
CHAN DLER—7 passenger touring. 1921
I model; over size cord tires; excellem
I condition; priced for quick sale. Per. 1:
! Amboy Oarage Co. 283 Madison Avenue
DODGE D E LI VBR Y—f9 19: “llke^new;
| big bargain. Atlantic Garage. 665 Am
h-iv Avenue.
DODGE SEDAN- Ful
Jaoqu< • __
DODGE TOUR ING—New lop; good rub
■ bi-r; being overhauled. 643 Amboy Ave.
_
| !•*( »RI» PANEL DELIVERIES, 2—For
I quick Halt*. $100 each. Van Syeklf's.
1 VnltD THICK—I ton pneumatic tiro with
I covered delivery body; side curtains; a I
condition; price $I0»». Oliver B. Ames.
"Woodbridge. N. ,1. Phone $22._
JEFFRIES 6 passenger automobilt go • l
coridiiion. $300.00. Inquire 631 Rahway
Avenue, Carteret.______
OLDS MOBILE—7 passenger (eight) a-1
condition; must be seen to bo appreci
ated. A bargain. 168 Smith St.
OVER LA NI' T< II RING— Modi
In good running condition. Jefferson
Motors. Inc. 319 Madison Avenue._
! .STI UEI’.A KEK Special 6 Touring; ail
new cord tires, other extras: priced
right. J. Arthur Applegate. 298 Mar
ket at Prospect St. _____________
iici It k— • i 'i on; for sale < p to quick
; buyer. High St. Garage, 342 High St..
I Perth A in boy. N'. J. Phone 2283.
i I N'ImN GARAGE CO. -Don’t fail to at
tend our $1.00 Used Car Sale. 278 King
I Street. __
i“ IRS BY USED CARS
Stiidebakcr 7 Passenger Touring; nice
family car, $300.00.
Ford Touring, $125.00.
Ford Runabout. $73.00
Ford Sedan, $325.00
Ford Delivery. $100.00
Vim Delivery, $200 00
Dort Touring. $200.00
DORSEY MOTORS. INF..
Authorized Ford Dealers
Maple and Fayette Sts. Near P. O
Phono 3GG Fcrth Amboy
Open Evenings
STRIKE CASUALTY
.•-—L—
Dora Doucott, of Dudgeville, K. I.,
was one of the injured in the Paw
tucket cotton mill strik • ,j*
bandaged ankle tells the story.
AUTOMOBILES
Automobiles for Hale_II
GOOD USED CABS—Qarrstson Co., *3!
U*gh Street._ _________
! \jsED CARS—1*20 Touring; 1*19 Buick 5
passenger Touring; St ude baker Coupe
Central Garage 225-227 New Brunswick
I Avenue. Tel. 714._.
; USED CARS—Open and closed models;
Superior Garage Co. Service Stall"*
Maxwell. Columbia. Elgin Mot* r Cars
Gar ford Trucks. Corner Maple and Fsy
ette street:. Tel. 1594
USED CARS
1921 Ford 1 ton truck. $525
1*21 Studebaker Eight 6 touring. $80<
I Dodge Bros. Touring. $425
jiulck K-49. Winter Top, $S0O.
j Grant Touring. $150
St udebaker 7 Passenger. $200
FRANK VAN SYCKLB
Dodge Bros. Motor Vehicles
151 New Rrunswlck Ave. _
» USED CARS
Chevrolet Touring, new In June. 1921
excellent condition.
7 passenger Overland Touring Car
Prices very reasonable.
GILLI3 &. FRIES,
i' Smith St. Tel Ha
i 1; i * CARD
Hudson Touring; excellent tires; spot
| light; newly painted; mechanically
perfect. $86'».
Jeffrey Touring. $400
1 Franklin Touring. Scries 9A, good
shape; good paint. $9«0.
j one h <■\Under Cadillac Touring; ex
cellent shape.
SEXT< IN’S G A R AGE
15 SMITH STREET
i open Evenings Tel. 181
Auto Accessories M
BATTeIuES — Willard Threaded Rubber
! Batteries, unfailing guards against need
for reinsu'utlon during the battery’s life.
! Battery & Motor Service Stutlon. 149
New Bt npwlck Ave Tel, 1585_
| UATTEHIES—2 year guarantee; uncon
ditional; n new Flay Battery If your old
ones goes wrong within 2 years. V\nat
other battery dares to tlo this? Chris
Johnson. New Rrunswlck Ave.
riRBS—For sale; Goodyear. G odricb,
Mlchelln. Fisk and United States. F. K.
itr, New Brunswick Ave_
Hew lee Station—Repairing_1$
AMBOY AUTO RADIATOR WORKS—
Auto radiators, bodies and fenders re
paired. auto sheet metal work. 154 New
Brunswick Ave Tel 1607.
A UTOMUBILK V.X Mali's
Ami fl t ted with oversized pistons, pis
ton rings and wrist oins restores motor
power, saves gas and oil and mak«« old
motors os TO"*d as new Garages can .n
erease business hy advising Cylinder
Grinding. Wri'e for price list. Produc
tion Grinding Company. Inc.. 11-15 Hed
den Place. Newark. N J. __
AUTO BODY BUILDER^—Bus an I com
mercial; onto painting and general
blaeksmithing; agent for Goodrich solid
truck tires. Toll & Frcycr. 427-33 Bast
A vs. TeJ, 2381. ___
v .. i. i: i«* \ N GARAGE—Best equipped re
palr shop in town; day and night ser
vice. Supplies and accessories. For ser
vice ca!l_lB81.__
AUTO PAINTING—John I’. Jack -. Air -
mobile. Truck and Wagon Painter 305
Laurie Street. Jitney Bus painting a
specialty.__•____
AUTO WRECKERS—And repairing; also
towing; night and day service Phone
40. 2161 236 Sheridan St. A. B Stryker.
AUTO TOPS—Recovered and repaired;
automobile robes, blankets, slip covers.
P Guthoff. 134 New Brunswick Ave. Tel.
1630._ .
When you glvo Jewelry, select your pre
sent through the attractive and eronomt- j
t a I offers appearing daily in Classlflcaloin:
60.
It's easier to look from nd Vo ad than to1
run from store to store—read the Mer
chandise ads in the classified section be
foro you start shopping.
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NOTICE
The Jersey Central Traction Company
has filed with the Board of Public Utility
Commissioners, a petition asking permis
sion to charge 10c in each fare zone,
whore 7c is now collected. The increased
(arc to become effective March 17th, 1922.
JERSEY CENTRAL TRACTION CO.,
WM. H. HITCHCOCK.
General Manager.
11116 - 1 :: i.
SHE 7; SAPPEARS
AFTER HER “SUICIDE”
Mrs. K. S. Cheatham, wealthy
New York widow, disappeared at a
New York bathing beach Iasi
August. She was given up by poliet
a suicide, identical photographs
led to her discovery, living in Chi
o under the name of "Mrs. Hall.'
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EVERY MAN TIES ON
HIS OWN PRICE TAG
What arc you worth—to yourself—to your
present employer—to someone who needs just
your type of ability in his business?
These are the days when work is scarce, but
the right men are getting the right jobs all the
same. Get that “right job” for yourself!
Take time now to appraise yourself. Your
natural ability and experience have fitted you
to do some things particularly well.
Are you doing what you can do best? Are
you getting what you are worth?
The sure way to meet opportunity more than
half way is to tell all about yourself in a Sit
uation Wanted ad that will go directly into the
hands of the city’s employers.
Stop in at the News office and talk things
over with an ad taker today.
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AUTOMOBILES
Service Station—Repairing _ 15
CHEVROLET AND FORD OWNERS—
Carbon scraped and valves ground, $1/1.
Stop Lamps Installed, tile; Carburetors
adjusted. Repairs, 75o per hour. All
work guaranteed. Commerce St. Repair
Shop, Commerce St. Piione 406-R.
COUNTY BRIDGE GARAGE—Motor Cat
repairing of all kinds; touring service
400 Market St Phone 1001.__
r. LECTI i1C RE PA I It 3 X G—G e neratore i I
starters repaired; all makes of arma
tures rewound motor winding our spe
cialty K. & K. Electric Co. 149 Nsw
Brunswick A vc. Tel. 605._
ELLIS BROS.—Garage, for your repair
ing. moving and trucking, ear and taxi
service. Storage and supplies. Phor.*
2197 420-432 High St.
FEDERAL AUTO RADIATOR WORKS—
Auto radiators, bodies and fenders re
paired. all kinds auto sheet metal work.
190 Npw Brunswick Av** Phone 13*»0
FRANK HUDA—Commercial automobile
body builders and repairers, automobile
painting; specializing on touring, com
mercial cars. 469 Division St. Tel. 793-1
HIGH ST GARAGE—Expert repairing,
overhauling, pleasure cars, trucks, carbon
burning, automobile supplies 342 High
St Phone 2283. A. A. Maurer.
JACOB & MORROW —Auto Repair C
distrlbutois for Middlesex County Selden
Motor Tru :ks; 1M- to 6 tons. 340 Pros
pect St. phone 2066. __
MAGNETOS REPAIRED—Williams Auto
Electric Service Station, magnetos, gen
erators. starters, batteries properly and
fully rccba.ged 60c. Agent for the Wlth
erhee Battery 140 New Brunswick Ave.
PERTH AMBOY AUTO WRECKING CO.
— 184 Fayette St. 1S3 New Brunswick
Ave Tel. 1394.
RARITAN AUTO RADIATOR WORKS—
Expert repairing auto radiators, lamps,
fenders, hoods gasoline tanks, etc. 181
New Brunswick Ava Phone 2172.
VULCANIZING—Steam Vulcanizing and
retreading Billy’s Tire Shop. Phone
2140 148 N*-w Brunswick Ave
WATSON AVE. GARAGE—Auto repairing
rebuilding and overhauling our specialty.
Old motors made like new. Tel. Day
2240. Night 805.
. _ . . ... •. 4
Auto Livery—Garages_10
JOE* 8 TAXI—Phone 80X0 Day and
Night service. Cara to hire for weddings
funerals er • 426 Olvlsion St
PRIVATE GARAGES—Inquire 400 Ka:d
A v e. or Tel. 161 - M
BUSINESS SERVICE
lluiineits Services Offered _ 18
AMBOY SIGN—And Advertising Co. signs
anywhere and any kind. 81 Smith
Street._._
iTlacK SMITH — And practical horseshoer
Wheelwright and body builder Chat. J
Yenk. 269 New Brunswick Ave.
K. M IN DSZF.NTHY — Steamship Ticket
Agency. 167 Hall Ave. Telephone No
642.___
PUBLIC ST E N LH5 P. APH KK —And m l m eo -
graphing. Raritan Publicity Service.
Raritan Building. Tel, 1856._
STOVE REPAIRILG—Have an expert re
pair V"iir stove Miller 539 State St
wKT WASH—Phone 1941 for gfbod work
and prompt delivery. Snow White Wet
Wash Laundry. Inc. 361 New Bruns
wick A ven ue.
Building—Contracting_19
F. W. HUFF—Electrical contractor, fin
ished boutm and all kinds of Interior wir
ing radio equipment and Installations
Woodbrldge Ave. and Henley St.. Wood
brhlge_ Tel. 627. _ _
J J. YEl LBN— Electrical Contractor;
finished house wiring a specialty; lix
tuivs at reasonable prices, estimates
cheerfully furnished 161 I.lnd St.
ROOFING—H C Smith. Jr., slate. slag
roofing id tinning; waterproofing 123
125 Madison Ave Tel '660
_Healing ami Plumbing _ 20
PLU MH1NG—Damgaard & Liuote Heal
ing and gas tiling Jobbing promptly at
t ended to; estimates furnished. 308
Film St. Phone 2081._
PLUMBING- s l Bulvnnoski. plumbing,
b aling, gas fitting and tinning in all Its
branches; all work promptly done. 670
Charles Phone 1408 _____________
PLUMBING—John Klusendorf. plumbing,
heating and gas fitting; jobbing promptly
attended to; estimates furnished 498
Groom St Phone 2221 __
Millinery—I’romu.ak tng_82
HEMSTITCHING—We do all kinds of aids
and accordion pleating and machine
pleating; very reasonable prices. E.
W»iss 817 Maple Si Rhone 8973
Moving, Trucking. Storage_U
AUTO TRUCK I NG—Light art) heavy ;
local and long distance service when and
as you want It Otto Dietz. State and
Chauncey Streets.____
A ft) TRUCKING—C. Borup. transfe
and auto trucking, storage furniture am
pianos moved; city and country. 33i
stat.> Street. Phone ‘jit*; _________
CARTING—W&laheck's General Trucking,
local and long distance moving, also
light and heavy carting. 266 Goodwin
St. Phon 1672. Perth Amboy. N. J.
I M ■ ■■■■■■
FIRE ALARM BOXES
—■ i—
M—Gordon and Meade Street*
.’3 — Madison Ave. and Paterson St.
24—Market anti Sheridan Street*
2..—Smith Street and Central R * It.
26— Market and First Streets
27— Karitan Copper Works
s — High and Lewis Streets
34—Madison Avenue and Smith Street.
Sn»;th !>d High Streets
36— New Bruns* 'k Ave. and New Street
37— Smith and State Streets
H—Standard Underground Cable Co.
42—Atlantic Terra Cotta Works
13—Buckingham Ave and Hnrtford St.
ID—Commerce and Front Streets
If.—State and Washington Streets
17—High and Washington Streets.
"«2—Cortlandt and Raster. Street#
• 4—State and Buckingham Ave.
->5—Parker St and Pulaski Ave.
.6— Hall A-e. and Charles Sr.
7—State and Wayne Streets
o8—Near Lead Works
.3 — Maurer
•52—Washington Street and Park Avenut
63—New Brunswick Ave. and Klin Streei
[ —Smith Stieet and Watson 'venue
65—Commerce and State Streets
72—Front and Smith Streets
7.3—Water an/« tsoroon Streets
74—Kearny Ave. and Gordon Street
SI—Brace and Hanson Avenues
82—Smith and Herbert Streets
S3—Amboy Ave. and Washington St.
<4—Lehtgh Ave. and Stanford Street
s*—Near City Hospital
86—Cleveland and Brace Avenues
$7—Amboy and Hall Avenue*
BUSINESS SERVICE
Moving, Tracking. 8tW»f_til
E.\ PRESS—Ami trucking; local and long
I distance. J J. Sidenburg. 377 Division
i st. Phone 853-J._
HACI.INC—Andrew Anderson. Trucking
engines, tnilern. machinery, safes, heavy
hauling and rigging of every description.
Pierce Arrow and Packard 5 ton trucks.
Tel. 1 78. 77 Fayette Street. Perth Am
hoy. N. J.____
.MOV ING — D Kudin, express and storage,
long distance moving with care. 204
New Brunswick Ave. Phone ■''•76. 1882
Perth Amboy. j
MOVING—Lepjier’s Express; transporta- i
tion between Perth Amboy and New
York; move In city or coun*ry. 236
Washington St._Phone 2318.
TRUCK INli—Eagle Motor Transportation
Co., heavy trucking. 340 Prospect St.
Tel 2066. _ _____
TRUCKING—John Gardell. transfer, auto
trucking; storage furniture; pianos mov
ed country, city 205 Market St. Tel. 478
Painting and Papering 14
DECORATING—A P Earner; Painter
ami Paper Hanger; work guaranteed:
reasonable prices, estimates given. 123
So 1st St. Phono Y.43-W.__
PAPER HANGING—Paper Hanging a
specialty. Wall paper retail at whole
sale prices. Paper Hangers furnished at
lowest prices. N. Y. Wall Paper Co. 360
State St. Phone 1722
Professional Services_II
PIANO TUNING—And Repairing; first
class work. C. Steinhauser 325 State
St Tel t854-M_
Repairing_tfi
CLAUSEN & JOHNSON—If it is made of
leather we have It or make it; also repair
suit cases, bags trunks, basket balls, gun
cases, belts, etc. Phone 41-W. 143 New
Brunswick Ave.
COLONl~AL CABINET—WORKS—-For cab
inet making, upholstering and carpet
cleaning. 388 State St. Tel. 23G-M._
SHOE' REPAIRING—S. Goldsmith has
moved from 127 Fayette St. to 3fo State
Street All work guaranteed at the low
es; prices.__
HOE REPAIRING—First .class; best oak
leather used; also new shoes a. reason
able prices J. Oherenskv 181 Nsw
Brunswick *^e.__ __ _
i PHOLSTEKING — AND FURNITURE
REPAIRING HARRY FEINBQRG.
S» SMITH ST I'HUNfi I n « 1 ______
UPHOLSTERING—U L B RAID WOO*-*
3«y HIGH ST PHONE 253
l PHOL8TERER—OverstufTed furniture
repaired and recovered, springs reset.
John J Galvin 39fi Park Ave Tel 1347-M
_ Renovating and Dyeing _ *9
CLEANING—Alterations. Dyeing Press
ing Pressing, prices moderate S Ep
stein 255 Madison Ave. Below Majestic
TAILORING—Dyeing and cutting ladles
and gent's garments cleaned, pressed and
repaired. P Palo_201 State Street._
FUR COATS—Purs and ladies’ cloth gar
ments remodeled and repaired equal to
new. Purs cleaned, dyed and glazed. A.
Greenhouse sk Smith Street.
EMPLOYMENT
Help Wanted—Female 82
CIGAR PACKERS—Wanted. Julius Klor
fein. 737 Cortlnndt St. ^_
CROCHET HEADERS. 25—Experienced
or learners; steady work all year round,
high price paid. Apply 173 Smith St.
Room 31*1. 3n\ floor. H. TarzJan.
GIRLS—Wanted! Inquire Chesebrough
Manufacturing Co.
GIRLS. 60—WANTED TO LEARN TRIM
; MING ON MEN'S HATS; SALARY PAID
| WHILE LEARNING. EXPERIENCED
GIRLS MAY APPLY. TOTTEN VILLE
HAT WORKS. INC., 67 JOHNSON AVE.
TOTTEN VILLE. S. I.. FORMERLY
SrEAR HAT MFG. CO.
j GIRL—For general housework. Apply
Lesslauer. 76 Smith Street,
j GIRL—To assist with general housework
1 Appi^ 179 Brighton Ave.. upstairs.
GIRL—For general housework; good
pea. , U Brighton Ave., upstair*.
GIRL -To assist with housework. 2i».:
| High Street._
] GIRLS—25 more to work on men’s shirts.
few learners taken. Goodman Cohen &
! Co. 331 Maple St., 1 flight up._
I GIRLS—EXPERIENCED ON ALL
CLASSES OF SEWING MACHINES. AI*
;
PLY GOLDSTEIN-KIRSHNER CO., 35
| GREEN ST.. WOODBRIDGE. N. J.
GIRL—For light housework. M. Horn.
I 42 Smith Street. \
GIRL—For light housework; sleep ut
home. 133 Lewis Street._
GIRL—For housework. Apply 68A Stfttl
I Street. __
HOUSEKEEPER For family of 8; Dan
ish preferred. Address “Housekeeper,"
Care News. ___ _
i i • WHEK E EPER ■ man prefei r< <i,
middle aged. Apply Chas. Ilerpeck. Box
"9 Old Bridge. N. J._ _
LEARNERS—Preparers and Copiers.
French MllUnery. :’.nt ,stat« Street
MAID—For general housework. t>8 High
St reet.___„
MIDDLE A'iKD WOMAN I’o inter view
and canvas established trade; salary and
commission paid. Address *'381'* N«-wh,
OPERATORS—Experienced, learners also
taken; steady work and real good pay
to the right girls. Plain Singer machine*
used. Neatfonn Camisole and Brassier*
Factory. Amboy Road and Main St., Tot
tenvllle. Ferriuge money paid to Amboy
• and neighboring towns
I YOUNG GIRL—For general house wo .
' and to help out with meals; no washing,
no ironing. Mrs. John Slpp, foot Page
Vvenue, Tottenvllle
YOUNG LA Dll :s —To t..; e up yeai s ti
ing for nursing. One years course with
j operating room experience; malnten
j ance and allowance given during course.
: Apply H. Sorenson. Richmond Memoriul
• Hospital, Prince^Bay. Staten Island._
WOMAN—Or mil ter housework; small
family. 274 Davidson Ave„ downstairs.
DOMESTIC EMPLOYMENT AGENCY—
120 Market St. female helo furnished
Experienced waitress wanted. Position!
. waiting for girls. Pbopg lilV-M
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EMPLOYMENT
ilelp Wanted—Male_M
EXPERfEN EI» BOY—For Madison Bak
ery. ::ii Madison Avenue._
AMBOY EM FLO YM ENT AOLNC Y —Li -
censed Employment Bureau. Supplies
men and women for all typ«» of work.
If you need help of any kind, rail upon
us and we will help you solve labor prob
Jenrs 310 laple St Phone 18R 2 .
Salesmen and Agents_8ft
8ALE3MAN—For Para Rubber Patch. $74
to $20 per day; wonderful seller. Ad
dress Para Rubber Patch. 42 Romson
N< w Brunswick, N. J.
SALESMAN WANTED—No trifler. Fonis
Art Stone Works, Fords. N. J. Phone
1378-R._
SALESMEN CANVASSERS—For tea an I
coffee. Call Monday and Tuesday. Jer- j
\ Coffee cp, 30 Smith Street._
SALESMEN—-Liberal commission contract
with - advance commissions paid; big
money to right man; experience not ***
aential. but must be worker and furnish
security bond. Address Box 10, Cart
News. !
YOUNG MEN Neat appearing for sales
work. Experience unnecessary. Wc train
you and pay you $24 to $28 weekly while,
learning. Call before 9 and after 4.
Room 4tt, Raritan Bldg._
YOUNG man—Wanted !i represent large
concern; position permanent; ex-,
elusive territory. Pallor Martin Corp .
823 Broad Street. Room 3. Newark. N. L
Situation* Wanted—Female_M
TYPIST—Wishes homework; addressing,
copying, etc. “Typist/* Care News
FINANCIAL
_Business Opportunities_38
CENTRAL POOL PARLOR—For sale
I lira |>. Impure 224 , if li St reel.
GROCERY AND BRANCH BAKERY—
Very cheap. Address ••u." Caro News
Money to Loan _ *•
MONEY—y/e have money lo invest on
Bonds anti Mortgages on Perth Amboy
Property. Margaret ten & Lobel. Jne.
Raritan Building. Tel. 550.__
*2.51)6, $T00u and $F.0U0 —To place on II rat
mortgage; city property; .also other
amounts for Woodbridge and Fords.
Conan.! & Co.. 102 Smith Street._
$l..'.oo. $2,000. $2...00. $;:,ooo—To loan un
mortgage. Prompt service.
CARL JACOBS. 179 Brighten Ave.
INSTRUCTION
Musical. Dancing. Dramatic 44
No pjay, no pay—Banjo, Mando
lin, 3ultar. 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
Mm!>l*'* Sr.. Perth Amboy Phone 1952.
GILL SLIB.'UL OF M l 'SIC — Violin ii -
si met ions a specialty; instruments fur
nished free. 5 L Smith St., Perth Am
i>«.i v r
LIVE STOCK
Pop, Cats. Pets 47
CANARIES—Roller in full song, guaran
teed. $6.00. Also good females for breed
ing. $3.50. Seed. 15c lb. Borschcl. op
posite Homo for Aged. Port Reading.
FRENCH POODLES* i Genuine 8 weeks
• old. Carl's Sanitary Barber Shop, 556
Roosevelt Ave.. Carteret.
Horses, Cattle. Vehicle#_49
FRESH COWS—And Springer# for sale at
any time, extra good milkers; always
large stock on hand. J. Zlotkln. Free
hold. N J. Tel 168-VV.
Poultry anti Supplies 4i>
BABY CHICKS—For delivery Wednesday.
Rhode Island Reds, Minorca s. Haired
Rocks, Leghorns, Amonns. Kelly & Mc
Alinden Co.. 74 Smith St.
BABY CHICKS—S. C. White and Brown
Leghorns, S. C. R. Rhode Island Red .
Barred and White Rocks, Minorca*. An
conas. etc. Prices reasonable, 97% safe
delivery guaranteed; write for price list.
John Bedner, Box 829, Wood bridge. N. J.
BABY CHICKS AND llATCiUNG EGGS
Single Comb. Whito and Buff Leghorns.
Visitors welcome. Write for prjee list
Monmouth Poultry Farms, Freneau. N.
J. Box 5.
CHICK feed— And butter milk chi-m
mash. Cleniensen’s. Tel. C82. prompt
deliveries.
CUSTOM HATCHING—In Mammoth au
tomatic incubators, best strain white leg
horn hatchiug eggs and baby chicks for
sale. Make reservations now. Arnold
Poultry Farms, 847 Middlesex Ave., Me
tuchen, N. J. Phono Metuchen 25.’,
Fresh table eggs supplied. _*_
MERCHANDISE
Articles for Sale_#1
'ALUMINUM WEAR—Wear Ever, will bo
16% cheaper on every dollar’s worth
bought here. Gimplemau Bros., 331
State St. Phone 1772. *__
Ice SKATES—Very cheap. J. Miller. 345
State Street, y, _ .
LEATHER—Oak Sole# and Scraps. W#
carry a full line of cobbler's tools and
supplies for home use. P. Barbierl 404
406 State St.___
OILSKIN CLOTHING—We carry oilskins
of all kinds. Thompson-Goodyear Rub
ber Corp. 315 Maple St,_Tel. 2169.
OLD MATRICES—Heavy pressed 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 I. » cold Large supply on hand.
Price $1.00 a hundred. Call at Evening
News Office._
SOLAR ELECTRIC—Hot and cold hair
drier, alarm clocks. 98c; Big Ben, $2.69;
Gillette's. Brownies. Auto Strop Valet,
Ever Ready and Gem Safety Razors, 85c.
S. Perlmutter. 199 Smith Street.__
TANKS—Large and small; steam pipes,
corrugated sheets, galvanized sheets, etc.
Harry Goldberg. L. V. R. R. and New
Brunswick Avenue. __
IfiisincMH Equipment W
BARBER’S FIXTURES—Very cheap. In
quire 438 State Street._
CLOAK ~ MANUFACTURING EQUIP
MENTS—Inquire 166 Lewis St. Tel 892-H
TYPEWRITERS—For sale, rent exchange
and repaired. Buy a Corona; terms to
suit. Comegys Ai Bro.. 287 Elm St.
_ Building Materials_64
BOILERS—J. J K**enen. tanks and smoke
stacks. sheet iron work of all descriptions
Repairing a specialty. 386 and 390 Dlvl
| sion St. and P. R. R. Perth Amboy. N. J.
I phone office 1608; horns 140-R._
I IIARI WALE—Elizabeth Hardware Co.,
i The Home of Hardware. 137-139-141
j New Brunswick A vs. Tel. Exchi-ge 120
I2i Perth_Amboy._
HARDWARE—Tools. Paints. Oils. Var
nishes. Wall Paper Painters Supplies.
Max Onldfarb 311 State Sr Phone 861
PAINTS—Atlantic I.cad and Atlantic
Linseed Dll; Pierce's Ready Mixed Paint.
13.25 a gallon; set color a 8. Koch. 363
State St. Phone 1316.
VARNISH AND STAIN — lu one applica
tion See The Jonlee Co. Palm IlcHd
i nuarrers 184 Smith At Phone 1990
Farm and Dairy Prodarts_65
MILK — Perth Amlny Milk Co. always at
j your servlcs. Deliveries everywhere.
Demand our products from your dealer
t grocer
Fuel and Fred _54
i I'HHTIl A Milov Kl.liliK * OUAIN <•<>.—
I Help your hens lay. Feed Pratt’s Butter*
mll Laying Mash Tel 1360._
..1 111 lugs to Fat 67
i BREAD —Eat that so homelike Aunt Mar
tha Bread; sold at all groccra Slm
me n'a Mo,1*1 Bakery •
I COFFEE CAKES—Danish eofTse cakes.
1 pies, layer csk*s doughnuts, etc., fresh
! every day a* 2 P. M N. E RJornaon.
Jr iftt New Brunswick Avenue
! PKKKIi BREAD < . > ••* and rolls. DxnUl
Black Bread. 6 o'clock morning at 32c
Washington and 39 Smith Streets. F
I Knud sen _ _
k NA< EiiRoD- sum poi. Iceland Herring
Anchovies. Agent Dr Peter’s Kurlko. E
I Ohlson Phone 2046 405 Laurle St
SALADS—Majestic Delicatessen. ready
I conked meuts; all home cooking; cster
! trig t* psrtie« ami entertainments a spe
cialty, 183 Smith Phone 1634__
Save on prices without saving on ap
pearances by buying your household good:
through the a<1s in Classification 59.
if you like music with your meals, ot
after them—you'll want to read the un
usual offers under "Munic&l Instruments'
in today's classified section.
Add a Dash of variety to your wlntei
menus—look through the "Good Things tf
Eat" ads in tbs clauiUed section today.
MERCHANDISE
Household Goods_
AMBOY FURNITURE HOUSE—Furnish
es your horns right at the light price, i
m Smith St„ near Maple._I
COAL HEATER—Cheap. Inquire William
Pucker. 471 Division St. __ j
EASY WASHING MACHINES—Good con
dttion; cheap. Kelly & McAllnden Co..
74 Smith Street. _|
*M A TTRESSES—Re novated; latest sterlliA_
ing process; cotton $2; hair $3. Stanaaid
j , . ■ . ' . . 1 ’.i . i: A l’’ . -
Jewelry and Watches _ BO
PAWNBROKERS SALE STORE—7.'
Smith St. Watches and Jewelry repaired,
also bought. Hold, lowest pu<"H in city
Machinery and Toole_|L
MOTORS AND GENERATORS—All kln*»s
of A. C. and D. 0... uleo rewinding and
repairing promptly attended to. Perth
Amboy Storage Battery & Electric Co..
•Jti'i Madison A v<> Teb 1887._
Musical Instrumente_f*
PIANO—Knabe. Practically new, will
Hell cheap. Phone 1640._
PLAYER PIANO—Don't forget to stop
and look it over; easy terms; price $250.
Hninton Piano Co. 104 Smith 8t_
RECORDS—Emerson Records, all t’te la
test songs and dance hits on sale.
Watches. Clocks and Jewelry, also expert
watch repairing. S. Cardon 70 8mith St.
timed*. Plant*. Fertilisers _«S
GUARANTY NURSERY STOCK—Fruit,
.shade trees, roses. ramblers. shrubs,
evergreen hedges. Agent. William Foul
son. 290 Davidson Ave._.
Special* at the S ores_ flt
SPECIAL—Clearance Sale on package
goods. 50% off! All perfect; watch for
other specials. Hoffman’s Art Shop. 230
Smith Street.___
Wearing Apparel_W
CAP MAKERS—Quality Hat and Cap
Shop. Capa made to order: reasonable
price*. 318 Smith Street.__
Wanted ta Boy_dd
FURNITURE—Second hand highest prices
paid; stoves, bedding, floor coverings for
sale Sussman. 23 Smith_St._Tel. 1490-J.
FURNITUR 3—Fair prices for your furni
ture. Miller. 639 State 8t. 798 W.
FURNITURE—We buy all kinds second
hand furniture. G. Houser. 103 Fayette
St. Phone 848-W.
ROOMS AND BOARD
Booms With Board_B7
BOARDERS—Board children all yea*,
school, mother’s rare; reliable. Box 121.
Huguenot Park, S. J.__
HOTEL REMINGTON—377 • Smith St.,
furnished rooms by day or week; rooms
steam heated, meals served: also regu
lar board. Tel. 494.___
Rooms W it bout Hoard_on
BRIGHTON AVE.. 240—Furnished room;
all Improvements.__
east AVE., 401—Furnished room, 2 gen
tlemen, $i week'; private family._
HIGH ST./ 369—One single and double
room; all Improvements._
HIGH ST., 198—Very nicely famished
room for gentleman or two. Good accom
modations; private family._
KEARNY AVE.. 1411 — Furnished looms;
suitable lor light housekeeping._
MeCLELLAN ST.. 267—1 single room: i
double rooms; all Improvementa_
McCLELLAN ST. 266—Warm, single room
running water; all improvements. Me
- Clcllan House. ‘ < __
MARKET ST., 125. NEAR STATE—Fur
nished room; one double and single.
MARKET ST;, 12'J—Large front ioo.u
with kitchenette; private family._
MARKET ST.710U— Furnished room; pti
vate family.___ _
RECTOR ST., 22XA—Futinshed room,
steam heated; private family.
RECTOR ST.7 173—Furnished room foi
gentleman. Tel. X482-J.__
SMITH ST.7~2U4—Furnished room; private
family for gentleman. Apartment No. L
WATER ST., 163—Completely furnished;
Kitchenette, 2 rooms, $7.50.
FURNISHED "APARTMENT—All im
provements. steam heat; best location
Tel. 534-R or address “A.” Care News.
Rooms for Housekeeping_69
FAYETTE ST./ 94—3 front light house
keeping rooms: central location.
first st.. 216—Housekeeping rooms; Im
prove men is; steam heat; adulti._
HIGH ST. 425—L or 2 front furnished
rooms for housekeeping.
McCLELLAN ST., 266—Two connecting
front rooms, furnished complete for
housekeeping; running water; all im
provements. McClellan House; adults
MADISON AVE., 116—2 furnished rooms
for housekeeping; all improvements.
MARKET ST.. 129—Large front room with
kitchenette; private family^_
MARKET ST./ 296—Light housekeeping
rooms. Tel. 443-J.___ _
WATER ST., 47—2-3 room housekeeping
apartment. Teh 506-R.
_ W here to Eat_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
nighu 113 Smith Street._
VnTORY RESTAURANT—Oyster and
Chop House; Sea Food a specialty; popu
lar prices. 322 State St. Tyl. 2234.
Wanted—Rooms, Hoard _78
HOME—Wanted with respectable private
Jewish family for high school boy, 16.
P. O. Box 85.____
REAL ESTATE FOR RENT
Real Estate Dealers _74A
CARL JACOBS—Real Estate. Mortgages.
Insurance Agent; Life. Fire. Automobile.
Liability, etc. 179 Brighton Ave. Tel.
561
i.'uNAKU & COMPANY—Real Estate and
General Insurance. 102 Smith Street,
Pert!) Amhov_ N. J. Phone 210.__
FRASER BROS.—Real Estate and Insur
anre Savings Bank Building. Phone
633.___%.
HANS NIELSEN CO.—Real Eat te t.nd
Mortgages 196 Smith Street. Real
Estate Exchange Building. Telephone
RR._ —
jACOHSON & GOLDFARB—Real Estate
and I-si ranee. Raritan Building. Phone
ivr,fi. _ ______
ttiAPLB REALTY CO.—Real Estate. 2*3
Smith St. Phnna 1710. _
M ARC.ARETTEN .V: LOHEL—Successors
to Alpern & Co.. Real Estate. Mortgages
and Insurance. Raritan Building. Perth
Amhny. N. J Phone S50. _•
MAX L. SCOTT—Real Estate and General
Insurance. 30B Madison Ave. Tol. 2H»
n a NI B I isBN—Property bought, sold
Insurance, bills of sale, reasonable. No
tnr.v Public. 176 New Brunswick Ave.
I* ERTH AM BOY TRUST COM PA NY
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 »
your advantage to call us.
•‘Superior Service'*__
PEl.T I AMBOY REAL ESTATE EX
CHANGE and General Insurance.
317 Madison Avenue. Phone 1465._
SC HON CE iff & BLITZER—For quick
suits list your property for sale or ex
change. Raritan Bldg. Phone 1568.
sSTHLEY A 80RENSON—Successors to
1» A. Shirley. Real Estate and Insur
ance. 130 Sm'th St.. Perth Amboy. OfTI
pvenlnre Tel. 1941
\V\ A. DROST—Notary Public; Flats rent
ed; rents collected; reasonable. Tel. 2347,
Apartments and Flat*__74
BRIGHTON AVE.. 3 Cl—5 roords; pari
improvements. Inquire D. Kaden. 204
New Brunswick Avenue._
BRIGHTON AVE.. 164—Flat; all improve
ments. Inquire 166 Lewis Street._
BROAD ST.. 102—Four rooms., all im
provement^___
BRIGHTON AVE.. 170—6 rooms; all im
provements._
Auto owners may rely on the repair
men whose ads are In classification 15 ot
the Classified Ad Section.
Use the Merchandise columns in tb«
Evening News’ classified section as yoi:
would your phone book—and you’ll get th«
•'right number” every timet
Buy while the buying's good—follow th»
•‘Specials at the Stores” ads in the classi
fied section and learn when to buy what
you need.
REAL ESTATE FOR RENT
Apartments and S lat*_
DIVISION ST.. 428—4 and 6 rooms ant
bath Inquire Avchen. 36 Gordon St.
HARRISON PLACET 101—7 rooms; ai
improvements. D. Wilentz. Tel. 70._
Jefferson ST.. 81—4 rooms; a 11 im
provements; steam heat._
KEARNY AVE., 170—6 rooms and bait,
all improvements Including steam hea
KIRKLAND PLACE. 3 70—5 rooms, ai
improvements._
LAWRIE ST., 263-6—2 fluts; 4 root.:-*
each; Improvements; reasonable. Injure
Room 419. Raritan Building.
MADISON AVE., 388—Six rooms; all Im
provements except heat. Inquire Tel
1736.__A__
M\ DISON AVE.. 261—Beautiful Apart
ment; 8 rooms; all Impiovetnenls. In
quire 133 Water St. Tel. 58PM.
MADISON AVE., 71—4 rooms, all Im
provetnents._
MEADE ST.. 200—4 rooms and bati..
modern Improvements. Inquire Tol. 173*
NEW BRUNSWICK AVE.. 192—3 beauti
ful rooms; part Improvements._
RECTOR ST.. 287—Beautiful 6 room fla
all Improvements; artistically decorate
Ring lower bell._
STATE ST.. 63—six rooms and sun purloi
new building; all Improvements. Inquire
J321 Raritan Building. __
STATE ST., 466—5 rooms, all Improve
ments except heat. Inquire 382 State S'
STATE ST.. 862—6 nice rooms and ball:,
all improvements except heat. Jnqui
Tel. 1735._
APARTMENT—7 rooms; all Improvement
except heat, reasonable; good location.
Inquire 92 Washington Street. _
FLAT—6 rooms; heat supplied. Inquiia
820 State Street. _________ 1_
FLATS—Several; line location; ncwi •
renovated; reasonable._Droat. Tel. 23(7
ROOMS, 6—All Improvements; lincst i .
cation._282 State St. Tel, 231-R.
ROOMS, 4—All improvements except he*.
Inquire 899 Barclay Street.
ROOMS, 4—Par$ improvements; 220.00 pi
month. Inquire 163 Water St. Room?
at 181 Broad Street.__ _
ROOMS, 6—Improvements. Inquire P. A
Real Estate. 317 Madison Ave.
Business Places for Rent 7»
STORE—To let, lease if desired. T.
Brown. 282 King St. Tol. 1669.
STORE—On Madison Avenue near Smii
Street. Inquire P. A. Oarage Co.. 288
Iftadison Avenue._
STi »RK—Largo. light, for harbor shop, ta
lor; good location; reasonable. 145 Mrtd'
son Avenue.__
_Houses for Rent_77
HOLME—With six rooms, all improve
ments._Maple Realty Co.. 217 8mlth
HOUSE—For rent. Inquire J. Brack. 14'
Smith Street.
HOUSE—7 mums: lmmovcmcnts. 2'']
Washington Street.
PRIVATE HOME'—All latent improv*
1111*111s. Inquire Newark Hardware Stor*
299 State Street.
Offices ami I leak Koom_W
Desirable front office^-to i$*
In suite or single. Maplo Realty Co., 21
Smith Street. __
OFFICE—Large front office to leL Apply
Maple Realty Co. 216 Smith St.
Suburban for_ Rent _70
BIrB&R SHOP—With living rooms ai
Inched, situated in prominent lo'-atio
ut Keyport. N. J. Inquire at D. K
Mahoney's Stores. _____
FORDS—House; ti rooms with Improve
ments. $20.00. Inquire 206 Main Slice
\\ mill tu nic-. Tel. I s It
FORDS—5 rooms; all improvements! Mrs.
Moo, William St„ Fords. Tel. 2279-M,
SOUTH AMBOY—Apartments for rent,
each having live rooms and bath with
all Improvements. 147 ami 143 David
St. Inqutro 140 Henry Street.
FLAT—6 rooms ami bath; all Improve
ments, $28.00. Apply Dabbs, 182 Fislisi
Ave., Tottenyllle. Tel. 1226.
FLAT—$ rooms ftnd bath; ait improve
ments. Inquire J. Sher. 180 Main St.,
Tottenvllle. Tel. inns Tottenvillr.
Wonted—I*** Rent " 81
FURNISHED OFFICE—vjanted with te
ephone and service. MN. D." Care News.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALEf
II on sea For bale 84
CATALPA AVE.—Brick Building; 2 fam
ily, at a bargain. Inquire Philip Levine
Raritan Building. ♦
CATHERINE AND HUNTINGTON STS
Northeast corner; two family frarn*
building and stable; lot 50 x 100 Massn
pust Bros. Company >■!'_• State Strec
HAZEL AVE.—House for Sale or nut. f
rooms and bath; all improvements. In
quire L. C. Madsen. 271 Smith St. Tel
K38-.I. _
high st.—Near Lewlb st., modern Jarirs
eleven room house; all improvements, at
tractive grounds; lot 101 feeY on High
Street by 104 feet deep. See Boynton
Bros. & Co., 87 Smith St., Perth Amboy.
N. J.__.
KENNEDY ST.. 616—6 room house; mod
ern improvements; hot water heat; ga
rage; 60x100; price reasonable._
LEWIS 8T.—2 family; 17 rooms; all im
provements, high grade finish, plumbing,
mahogany trim; plot 37*£xl00; liollo.v
tile garage; price much below value and
terms attractive. Charles L. Steuepw’ald.
Inc., 208 Smith Streep._ ’
MADISON AVE.—Two family; 12 room*
and all improvements; separate steam
heaters; fine condition; plot 60x150; rent*
$100.00; cash required $2500.00; balance
mortgage. Charles L. Steuerwald, Inc.,
208 Smith Street. ,_
NEAR MARKET ST.—$1,000 cash requir
ed for 3 family: all but heat; plot 40x
160; garage; rentals $92.00. Charles L.
Steuerwald. Inc., 208 Smith St.
STATE NEAR MARKET STREET—Seven
room dwelling with bath, steam heat:
gas and water; about $5000.00 cash le
qulred. Conard & Company. 102 Smith
Street.^_ __'
WILLIAM ST.—2 family house; all Im
provements except heat. The Johnson
Company, 217 Smith St. Tel 551.__
BEAUTIFUL HOUSE—C rooms: steam
heat; electric light; modern improve
ments; price very reasonable. 451 Comp
ton Avenue. _
Khimucsixc'ju—urigmon Ave., uear
Market Street; 6 rooms and bath; all
improvements; lot 35 ft. frontage. $2000
cash; balance on mortgage. Hans Niel
WH Co., 196 Smith St rcot._.
_Lots For Sale_86.
FORI}S—4 lots; Fairfield Terrace, cheap.
•T. Jacobsen. 194 Sherman St.
SEWAREN—4 corner lots, Sewaren Ave., 1
block from R. R. Station, $300 each. P.
O. Box 216. Sewaren.__
WOODBRIDGE—On High St., one 60 ft.
lot. terms can be arranged. The John
son Company. 217 Smith 3t. Tel. 661.
LOTS. 2—On Hamilton Av6., Fairfield
Terraco. Fords, at a bargain. .T. Kreiel
Bheimer & Son. 13& Smith Street __
_Suburban For 8ala_91
NEW BRUNSWICK AVE., FORDS—Tax '
exempt; 5 room house; stucco and frame
construction; $1,000 cash, balance on
monthly payments; like rent. Max Gold*
berger, 338 State StreeL_ .
SOUTH AMBOY—House with all Improve
ments Including six lots;' price $6,000.
B. Williams, Tottenville. N. Y.__
TOTTENVILLE—Fine residence. 9 rooms,
all improvements; lot 60 x 147 Price
$6500 _ B Williams. Tottenville. 1^. Y.
WOODBRIDGE:—$800 cash buys tile six
room house: improvements: balance
$3700 on mortgage; 50x100 corner lot; tax
exempt. J. H. Concannon, 89 Main St.,
/flYood bridge. Tel. 289.__
WOODBRIDGE—New house, 7 rooms, hot
water heat 4 bed rooms, sleeping porch,
tile bathroom; open fireplace, unfinished
attic; garage. Owner leaving town. Tel.
Woodbrtilge 217-6! or 112 Hutu Street.
WOODBRIDGE. N. J.—New 7 room
dwelling already started on Freeman St.,
near Barron Ave.. 40 ft. lot; sale price
$5700. Plans at office of Boynton Bros.
& Co., 87 Smith St., Perth Amboy, N. J.
WOODBRIDGE. GREEN ST—7 room
hollow tile stucco with all improvements
lot 50x125. Price and terms very attrac
tive. Charles L. Kteuerwald. Inc.. 208
•Smith St._Tel. 1528-7._
GENERAL STORE—For sale or exchange.
Jamesburg. N. J. Box 19C.
‘NEW HOUSE—8 rooms; all improvements
and enclosed porch: tax exempt, near
ferry and train. Inquire 137 Yetman
Avenue. Tottenville. N. Y.
"wmiwkrwT emu 99
HOUSE:—Ono family; improvements; un
der $5,000; no dealers. “R. W,** News.
An sorts of office supplies are offered
at the most reasonable prices in ClassHI
cation 62 today.
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