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frggJ.'J.i____ - -a--— r I /"THE MERIT STORE" PERTH AMBOY. N. J J Thursday Deliveries: Woodbridge, Scwnren. Port Reading, Chrome, Carteret Spring and Summer UNDERWEAR For Men and Boys The wanner days bring out all good tilings—fr'nstanee, the feeling that you ought to shake the “heavies,” in favor of something o' medium weight, or si ill lighter. Among the other good things about underwear this year is llie low priee, for good garments. ' Below arc few of the many that ought sound good to men: ATHLETIC UNION SUITS Special at 85c Made of extra good i|noti fy Nainsook, well finished, and comfortably designed. MEDIUM WEIGHT SHIRTS AND DRAWERS at 89c. a Garment Well made, full length, in grey only. BALBRIGGAN SHIRTS AND DRAWERS 49c a Garment Long and short sleeves, full length drawer, an ex ceptionally good' quality at the price quoted. BOYS’ UNION SUITS Made oi* the same good Nainsook that dad’s is made of but—at a much lower price. Extra Good Percale Special at 16c Yard U(» in. wide. Good quality Percale! in an assortment of staple de signs, also the season's latest styles, in dot, stripes and Figures: Ideal for dresses and childrens’, garments, al so shirts. Cotton Towel ing, Special 6c Yard A well woven, strong towel ing that will give good serv ice at a price far below what you have been accustomed to pay, for a towelling of 1 this quality. une-1 on l tuck Chassis $430 F. 0.13. Detroit With Pneu . matic Tirma and D a mount ablm Rima The One-Ton Truck, The Ford One-Ton Truck first made its appeal to the farmer and the merchant because of the merits of Ford Cars. And it made its wonderful reputation and great sales record because it lived up to every claim made for it. The reliable Ford Motor, the special Ford steel | chassis, the aluminum bronze worm-drive, all combine to produce a truck of unusual power, capacity and strength —a truck that lasts in service; a truck that solves the haulage problem at a very small operating and upkeep expense. Hence the demand for the Ford One-Ton Truck is constantly on the increase. For the good of you*r business, whether it be farming, merchandising or manufacturing, you should come in and look over the Ford One-Ton Truck—NOW! IMPORTANT We ere prepared to furnish the F'ord Truck equipped ! either with Standard or Special Gearing. The Stand ard Gearing gives the truck a maximum of power. The Special Gearing increases the speed of the truck from five to seven miles an hour, converting it into a Fast Delivery Car. Time Payments DORSEY MOTORS, INC. Ford and Lincoln Dealers MAPLE & FAYETTE STS. Near P. C. Open Enveings LEARN TO DRIVE COUPON. NO. 3 Dcrscy Motors, Inc. Lincoln and Ford Dealers. ,——I apply for a free coil rso of Instructions in _ the care and operation of an automobile and if i my coupon is the luolty one agree \o pay |* strict attention to all instructions. I Name .. , Street . [I Town . t'- --- Winner of Saturday's Course— PATRICK BURKE, f 448 Park Avenue, F. A # t NEWARK New Jersey’s Favorite Store MERCHANDISING ABREAST OF THE TIMES Period Dining Room Suites You’ll Be Proud of-Reduced These Profit-Sharing Days Offer Many Advantages to Those Who Would Adorn Their Homes What worlds of sentiment invest the home dining room! How much that is beautiful in family life centres there! Where else is the charm of the host and hostess revealed to such advantage? “Period Furniture” means the best art of this and other ages. Yet in this sale you get not only art, but enduring, substantially built furniture at a fraction of its usual cost. 4-Piece Dining Room Suite, $298 (Illustrated Above) This beautiful suite is in the much-favored Queen Anne design. It is built entirely of selected walnut, and is high-grade in every detail of construction and finish. Buffet is 60 inches long, china closet has double doors, dining table has 6 legs and 48-inch top, serving table is very graceful. Side chairs to match, $10.75 each. Armchairs fb match, $14.75 each. $600 Dining Room Suite, $425 (Illustrated Above) This 10-piece Queen Anne suite is unusually high in quality and hand some in finish. It has the characteristic cabriole leg that terminates in a spoon like foot and has the lower part of the bases terminating in a wave,-curve apron. Built of mahogany or walnut and finished with old brass trimmings. Interiors are mahogany, smoothly finished. Buffet 60 inches long, china closet 46 inches wide with silver drawer below, enclosed serving table, top of dining table 48 inches and extends to 6 feet. Dining and armchairs extra well constructed. Same suite with 66-inch buffet, regularly $650, special $450. 10-Piece Dining Room Suite, $375 Beautiful Queen Anne suite constructed entirely of walnut and nicely finished. Buffet is 66 inches long with plenty of drawer space, china closet 46 inches wide with swell shape centre door and glass ends, enclosed serving table, dining table with 54-inch top. Side and armchairs with genuine leather seats. Other Fine Dining Suites At Profit-Sharing Prices Formerly Sale Price 10-Piece All Mahogany, $600.00 $475.00 10-Piece All Walnut, $740.00 4-Piece All Jacobean Oak, $295.00 $225.00 4-Piece All Golden Oak, $295.00 $249.00 10-Piece All Walnut Polychrome, $940.00 $470.00 10-Piece All Walnut, $719.00 $450.00 HAHNE'S—THIRD FLOOR _ -> TRY the new gray hair REMEDY Permanently bantsnes Gray Hall m 15 minutes at •iss ruTKitsovs hairrricss IMi it MANICURING PARLOR 176 Smith St., Raritan Btlldlng A. G. SPRAGUE Authorized agent for K. G. Weld ' ing and Cutting equipment. Acety . lone and all welding supplies. 342 High street. Phono 73S3 Perth j Amboy, N. J■ FRANK P. WOSLOM STATIONER NOW LOCATED AT 197 SMITH STREET ^NEAR M’CLELLAN ST, Builder's Directory IRA R. CROUSE LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIAL SEWER PIPES <80-600 DIVISION ST. PERTH AMBOY. N. 9. Phones S094 and 2095 FRED CHRISTENSEN CONSTRUCTION CO. CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS Office and Shop: 218 Madison Avenue Estlmatees Cheerfully Furnished j John Noble Pierson & Sons ( ARCHITECTS I Designs for all types of buildings Raritan Building Perth Amboy. N. J. Phone 1422 ! GEOROE wTsTILLWELL PLUMBING AND HEATING *87 KINO STREET j Phone 771 Perth Amboy, N. J GREISEN & THOMPSON MASON? AND BUILDERS H. Orelsen, Room 413, Raritan Building Phone 1H46 Rea. Metuchen. Phone °92-W !V. If, Thompson. Long llranrb Tel. 961-J A. R. A. OVERGAARD Mason and ''.uaeral Contractor Tal. 752-M. Fords, N. J. Next to Post office D. J. WILLI AMS MARBLE AND GRANITE MONUMENTS 878-8)1 New Brunswick Ave. PERTH AMBOY. N. J. HEADSTONES LOT ENCLOSURES GRAHAM <55 McKEON GENERAL CONTRACTORS Excavating. Grading. Etc.. Rand. GraveL Broken Stone, Carting. Ete. 819 OAK STREET GARL C. CHRISTENSEN MASON AND CONTRACTOR All Kinds of Cement Work A Specialty Talephone 442 Corner State and Paterson Streets T. P. HENDERSON A RON MASON CONTRACTORS iotblng Promptly Attended to. Cement Work, Sidewalks a Specially Estimates Furnished I 226 STATE ST PHONE 661 LOUIS P. BOOZ CIVIL ENGINEER AND SURVEYOR 130 SMITH STREET FLOOR SURFACING OF ALL KINDS OLD OR NEW FLOORS J. SUNDQUIST Telephone 1338-J Fords. New Jersey MUNOZ WAREHOUSE CO. STORAGE AND TRUCKING 236-238 SHERIDAN ST. PHONE 489 J. K. JENSEN ARCHITECT Now Located In Cltlsers* Loan Building 108 SMITH ST. PHONE '87 JOHN II. MIL.JES HOUSE MOVER , Estimates Cheerfully Furnished Concrete. Brlc A Frame Buildings Moved 458 NEVILLE ST _ TEL. 1443 ~ J B. KUBINAK ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR 8f GORDON ST. PHONE 1484 PERTH AMBOY N. Jj. EUGENE BOROS MONUMENTAL WORKS Mouuments. Headstones. Ete. Corner Amboy Ave. ami Barclay Str««t Telephone 1323 Perth Amboy. N. J. Perth Amboy Bluestone Co. OFFICE 07 GORDON 8T. CUT STONE. FLAGGING t CURBING PHONES 044-J * 330 A. B. MASON Skyll: 'ct. Metal Celling. Piprle.a Furnace. and General Sheet Metal Work 00 JEFFERSON ST. TEL. 015 CHRISTIAN ANDERSEN ROOFING CONTRACTOR Slate. Slug and Tin Rnnflng Sti SAYRE AVF PHONE 646-R PERTH AMBOY. N. J. □.DIAMOND GLASS CONTRACTOR Polish) d. Plate and Window Glass 238-230 New Brunswick Ave. Phone 1539 RAY Z. LAMBERTS0N CARPENTER AND BUILDER Jobbing Promptly Attended to 88 Washington St.. Perth Amboy N. J. K. L. SCHUCK Electrical Contractor Motors and Generators Installed and Re paired. line construction and Interior wir ing. Shop and Residence. 449 Compton Ave. .Tel. 1517. _ I EKTH AMBOY GLASS WORKS polished. Plate und Colored Glass Mirrors and Tuhle Tops Windshields u Specialty 88 New Brunswick Ave.. Opp. City Scales Phone 2173 WIRE ME. AND DLL WIRE YOU 1997 JOHN MARTIN GENERAL ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR 63 BRIGHTON AVE.. PERTH AMBOY I-’. B. OVEKTON Welders and Bollo.mukcrs In All Branches No Job Too Big or Too Small 2(11 King St. Phono 2017 ANDREW DUDiCS Old nnd New Floor Surfacing Makes Your Old Floor Look Like New—All Work Promptly Done TEL. 210S-M FORDS, N. J. JAS. A. SMITH & SON 2*2 McClellan street Pho.te 518*4 Perth Author N 4 Rear Majea’tc Theatre HEALERS AND SHIPPERS OF ASPHALT ROOFING AND SHINGLE* ONE PROFIT PLAN Factorv Direct to You ROBERT R. BOZZA General Building; Contracted J.lason and Carpenter—Repair Work A Specialty 82 BROAD-ST. PHONE 343-M Perth Amboy, N. 4. EDDIE’S TAXI «1A££ PHONE £U00 CARS FOR AI.L OCCASIONS J. M. SORENSEN Hardware and Palnta LUMBER AND MASON'MATERIAL* Tall roards Rooflna Sewer Plpea PHONE 1589 I A. H. KOYEN —Dealer In All Rinda of— Maaon Materia la. Sewer Pinea. dement LEIIIGII COAL SSIS1? SAYRE AVE.. stone All Sbapca phone im RUB. »;«v LUMBER GOOD PEOPLE TO DEAL WITH TREAT YOU RIGHT - vn TH \\SUtlOX IS fOXSIDRBKB COMPLETE I'XTIIi EX NO IR.XXS.WUMS |TBMCT,oS HAS BEEN GIVEN | BOYNTON LUMBER CO. I SEWAREN N. J. PHONE 250 WOODBRIDGE K * PERSONAL LOANS PROMPTLY MADE in Perth Amboy end vicinity on household good:, pianos and all PJrB°n*i »rty without removal at the interest rate provided by **N J. Bgan Law of j»i« <nd no other charge. | 25.00 Ten Monthly Payments of I 2.50 and Three Per Cent- ****•*•"! 60.00 Ten Monihlj Payments of $ 6.u0 and Three Per Cent. Interest 75 > Ten Monthly Payments of $ 7.60 and Three Per Cent. Interest Ito on Ten Monthly Payments of *10.00 and Three Per Cent. Interest 150.00 Ten Monthly Payments of *15.00 and Three Per Cent Interest Other amounts up to *300.00 t.lth privilege of settling principal any time and paying interest only for period money la kept. Loans also jther concerns without cost by a reliable company that transacts business con fidentially and Is supervised ‘.he New Jersey Banking Department. MUTUAL FINANCE COMPANY INC. RARITAN BCII.MNO. Srd Fl«or. 17# SMITH ST . IMIBTB AMBOT. N. I. F. O. BLANCKF Manage' e- 1 i - — ——■" -i ■ i .« ■ "■ ' __ft' Dr. J. P. Coll, Beginning Today, Is An nouncing to the Public His Fourth Tear of Electro-Medical Treatments to the Sick, What They Are Continuing to Do and His Special Offer to Those Vho Have Not Yet Had the Oppor tunity to Try His Latest Method. The Examination, Including X-Ray, $1.00 Patients receiving welcome relief at the offices of the Electro-Medi cal Therapists. One of these treatments is very effective in overcom ing Sciatica, Neuritis and Rheumatic complaints. Another has proven itself highly beneficial in the treatment of Catarrh, Asthmatic and Bron chial troubles, while another is very ltcnelicial in the treatment of Au to-Intoxication, Blood Pressure, Kidney and Elver troubles. OFFICES: 27 EAST PARK ST., NEWARK Around the Corner from the Pnhlie Service Terminal Entire Building Devoted to the Treatment of the Sick OFFICE HOCUS: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday, 10 A. M. to 4 P. M. Wednesday and Saturday, 10 A. M. to 8 P. M. Sunday, 10 A. M. to 1 P. M. HIS SPECIAL OFFER First of all Dr. Coll wants those in ill health to he convinced what his treatment has done during the past three years. Signed statements are on file in his offices, wWch can gladly he seen upon request. Then he wants you to, see his established offices and the wonderful machines installed for the purpose to show what he has to work with, and the result speaks for itself. Medical men from different p ts of the country t have said that they have never seen such thoroughly equipped offices of| their kind. Don't give up hope of be coming well again; here is a chance Dr. Coll offers to you all who are suffering to come in and get the! thorough examination, laboratory i and use of the X-ray for $1.00. j Then you will be told whether or not you will be accepted as a patient; if your condition can be treated with; success, as thousands of others have.! This is to help everybody who is ill. The use of the X-ray will make" the diagnosis doubly certain. so there is no guesswork whatsoever. The treatments are soothing and pleasant to take; no pain either by the treatment or the X-ray exam ination. Dr. Coll is certain that his J prices are within the reach of all. Referred Patients Convincing evidences testifying toj the remarkable success of Dr. Coil's system of treatment can be seen in j the fact that .during the past year j over a thousands, men and women ■ have been referred to him f<»r treat- • ment. * >, ' Health Regained by Many Through Dr. Coil’s Electro-Medleal System of Treat. The treatment of chronic ailments of men and women by Electric TJieapeutics as administered at Dr. Coil’s offices, 27 E. Park St., Newark, has loomed to the front as one of Nature’s greatest healing powers. The results achieved in most cases have been called remarkable. When drugs, the surgeon’s knife and oth- * er forms of treatment failed to help and denied the sufferer vigorous j health, strength and vitality; when I hope was almost at an • end, elec tricity—Nature’s Vital Force—har- A nessed to numerous scientific elec- ^k trical appliances of intricate meeb-r/^H anism—has come to their aid arid* helped bring those ailing men and women ot health and happiness once more. Head the testimonials in Dr. Coil’s offices, all voluntarily given. Paus< and consider what Dr. Coll has ac complished for these previous suf ferers. Then bear in mind they are only a few of the many he hasn't had time to collect. Dr. Coll has sc arranged his system of treatment? that patients may come and go a:= their time permits. Ailments Accepted for Treatment Among the ailments treated at the Electro-Medical Offices are anaemia, asthma, billiousncss. bladder and bowel trouble, bronchitis, catarrh, cystitis, dropsy, constipation, lum bago. neuritis, eruptions, fistula, swollen glunds. gout, neurasthenia! rheumatic complaints. jaundice, vertigo, dyspepsia, eoeetna, stomach gases, gallstones, gastritis, goitre, heartburn, intestinal trouble, in somnia. kidney trouble, liver com plaint, weak lungs, obesity, hemorr hoids and stomach trouble. All these and others yield readily and quickly to this new method of A the Electro-Medical treatment, now A ' for Hie lirst time, perfected In New- li ark by the Electro-Medical Thera pists. These are fuels which are attested by hundreds of letters on file in our offices.