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*—Coming Event*
IS—Lost and Found
A—Automobile Agencies
11—Automobile* fn J*nl*
JH—Auto Trucks for Saie
1*—Auto Acceaaorie*
14—Gar a gee— Autos lor 11 #
1 5—Mot nr r vcle* and Bicycles ,
1«—Repairing—Set vicr Station*
in—Business flervlt es Offered
I a—Building—Contracting
2S—Cleaning. Dyeing. Renovating
22— Heating. Plumbing. Roofing
23— lnsui a n e
24— laundering
Hi—Moving. Trucking. Storage
2*— Painting. Papering. Decorating
;n—Professional Service*
24—Tailoring and Pressirg
ft—Wanted—Buainesa Serxi.e
15—Help Wanted—Fen ak
—Help Wanted—Male
It—H“lp—Male or Female
39—Solicitors. Canvasses *. Arm
39—Sit nations Wanted—Female
17— Situations Wanted—Male
3*—Business Opportunities
39—Investments. Stocks. Bonds
to—Money to Loan
11—Wanted—To Borrow
t5—Correspondem * Courses
43— T*ocal Instruction Class'**
44— Musical. Dancing. Dramatic
45— Private Instruction
18— Wanted—Instruction
47— Dogs. Cats. Pet*
48— Horse*. Cattle. Vehicles
49— Poultry and Supplies
10—Wanted—Live Stock
M—Articles for Sale
61A—Barter and Exchange
53—Business and Office Equipment
53— Boat,* and Accessories
54— Bt|*^w ng Material*
'J2T- yl Dairy Producta
as—F’ J and Fertilisers
57— Got < T'hings to Fat
58— Home Made Thing*
59— Household Goods
50— Jewelry and Watches
51— Machinery and Tools
82— Musical Instrument*
83— Seeds. Plants and Flowers
84— Specials at Stores
8 5—Wearing Apparel
38—Wanted—To Buy
87—Rooms With Board
«S—Rooms Without Board
89—Rooms for Housekeeping
70—Vacation Places
Tl—Where to Eat
•rt—Where to Stop In Town
73— Wanted—Rooms or Board
R—Brokers In Real Estate
74— Apartments and Fiats
tS—Business Places for Rent
79—Farms for Rent
jJ7—Houses for Rent
78—Office* and Desk Room
'ft—Suburban for Rent
HO—Summer Places for Rent
81—Wanted—To Rent

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rtj—Business Property for Sale
r-*3—Farms and Land for Fa!*
\44—Houses for Sale
—Lots for Sale
$C—Resort Property for Sal*
Hl-e-Suburhan Trtr^Sale
Real Estate for Exchange
•9—Wanted—Real Estate
1 liner tl Beweil_
CLARK rHS FLORIST—Small Si.. ne»
to Cr*ocont Theatre Flower* for all oc«
Flah re l IM«ft_
m|v FLO A ER 8H«IP-1M Srolt
St Tel. 913. Chotcs cut f.owsxs In sea
•oil Funeral designs, pot plants, etr
i'alma ferns. pot panta cut flowsrs
f >ral designs » specialty 35* Lauris St
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J . irrviriK lost on Wednesday. Ma
I Findc pie*»e notify the under
| signed, M. J. Callahan. I* O. Box **•
Parlin. X. .1. _ ___
1 Strand theatre and Buckingham Av*nu«
‘.ah street. Rtst i. ■* \ ■ ■ t • • -■
\ntsmeblle Igew • • a
UAYNKi—Salsa and Ssrvlcs. garago an.
tepaiia Middlesex Motors Inc. Hi
Mad son Ave. corner Market St.
Automobile* lor Jinle _ •
Bl ICK COL'PR—Lata mod- I. repaiuie.
I and fully overhauled: will sell at a vrr>
I tow tigure. Union Oarage »'•■*.. Pserlcsi
A* Him k Distributors. 275 King Street.
• T< M RING 1920— In tlist - :.iss • on
ditIon. Rll-s Broa. Oarage. 4J9-432 Hicli
Sit Tt epl one 3197 __
! i Tl A N I *LKR—-Limousine 7 passenger. A-l
shape; good rubhci: will consider ex
, I,.inge for For-! Sedan 177 Fayette St
1 I'M IM; i; TOi; i: I NO—Cheap. George
I Street. South Ant boy.___
i. ■ • . • BROS rOURlXG
| in* t-hanicai condition new rubber; look*
and runs like new, 1500. Walter Ross. 7».*
| s ate Street._____„
s >RI*A N •"..
nu.-rs. Inquire at Rubright's Oarage.
Maple F’rert.
21—Gordon tltd Mead® Street*
2J — Madison Av®. and Paterson St.
21— Maiket and Sheridan Street*
25— smith Street and Central R R.
.6—Market an,I First Streets
27—Raritan Copper Work*
28 —High and Lewis Streets
1—Madison Avenue and Smith Street
35— Smith and High Streets
36— New Brunswick Ave. and New Street
37— smith and State Streets
it—Standard Underground Cable Co.
42—Atlantic Terra Cotta Works
4Buckingham Ave. and Hartford St.
45— Commerce and Front Streets
46— stare and Washington Street*
47— High and Washington Street*
62— Cortlandt and Easton Streets
;—Division and William Str»- *
54—State and Buckingham Ave.
f.5—Parker St- and Pulaski Ave
5*— Hall Ave and Charles Street
57—state and Wayne Streets
54—Near Lead Works
63— Maurer
62— Washington Street and Park Avenue
63— New Brunswick Av®. and Elm Street
64— Smith Street and Watson Avenue
65— Commerce and State Streets
72— Front and Smith Streets
73— Water and Gordon Streets
74— Kearny Ave. and Gordon Street
81 — Brace and Hanson Avenues
82— Smith and Herbert Streets
83— Amboy Av®. and Washington St
84— Lehigh Ave- and Stanforl Street
8 5—Near City Hospital
86— Cleveland and Brace Avenue*
87— Amboy and Hall Avenues
02—Amboy Avenue and ln*!re Sir*--,, t
: — Lawrence and Francis Street*
'.«!—Neville and Johnstone Streets
13—Washington • Hose Co.
11—McClellan Engine Co.
15— protection H. At L.
16— Eagle Hose Co.
17— Liberty H. A- L.
22— Lincoln Engine
41—Garfield Hose
323—Entire Department.
| Sealed bids ami proposal* will b< re
rejwd on June 5th. 1922. at 8 30 F. .M.
I>avlight Saving Time (7.30 P. M. Stand
ard Time) by th« Council in the Council
Chamber, at the City Hall. Perth Amboy,
N. J . for collection and dispoal of gar
bage. ashes, etc
All bids must be accompanied by a cer
tified check drawn to the order of the
City Treasurer for ll.000.oo.
Specifications may he obtained from *ho
Chairman of the Committee cn Streets
and Sewers
The Council reserves the right to reject
any or all bids.
Dated, May 15. 1922
Committee on Streets and Sewers.
Your Requirements
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! !«> I; L> l**l KIND -i list c lass condition
' late bargain; act quick. Inquire
\ •; Ford*. N. I
i VO HD— Tour 111 c car. Mke new. new rub
b*”\ : Freeman Street. Woodbrldge.
1 HUDSON TOURING—A*1 mechanical con
dition. good rubber, one brand new. Can
t-e bought cheap Perth Amboy Garage
Co.. 2<3 Madia »n Ave. Tel, 1717._
- i ds.vu uii.i. i"i rso—Eat© model;
1 r. w motor an-1 clu: . c-»od rubber: n©
d-a lets Nun n Ph-me Woodbrldge H*-.l
Muv a Ford ami bank the difference.
. | Ford Runabout $35.00
! Ford Touring $11 >.00
« Ford Runabout $l*J3.n*
1 Ford Panel Delivery $123 0*
j I *rd Towing. 1921. Starter $20* *>0
■ F *rd Panel Delivery $130.«•»
Ford Touring. 1921. plenty equipment.
I $230 on
Ford c..upe $230 00
i,. .. io:o olds Six 5 passenger touring
• un 12*0 tr ios. a bargain. $700.00.
Ford Speedster, a snappy job with v.ire
wheels and nthrr equipment $173.oo
also have a few big vara for the
, spendthrifts.
Ford Dealeis
1 Maple and Fayette Streets. Near T. O.
Phon* 36*. Perth Amboy
• ■; • • ti Evenings and F tin days
D V A RS— Garretson Co.
High Street. __
Paige 7 passenger Touring
1921 Studebaker Coupw
Bultk Touring
Mitchell Touring
225-227 New Brunswick Ava.
Open Evening
Time Payments Arranged_
Chalmers Touring $27- 09
Maxwell Touring $125.on
Overland 7 Pass. Touring 330.0*
M New Brunos A enue_
USED CARS—Open nnd closed models,
Superior Garage Co ■'©rvlce Station
.Maxwell. Columbia. Elgin Motor Cars.
Ga i ford Trucks. Corn i Maple und Fay-,
©tt© Streets. Tel. 1094.__ ‘
Sudebaker Touring or. $-*5
1 Chevrolet Touring Car. $-’**•
- _Telephont «*« .
I F >id Coupe. $33*
Buiek Touring. *«>**
Huptnobil© Coupe. $'C.r>
Hudson Super Six. $.;i»t>
Oldstnoblle Runabout. $*>3*
Phone* 101-1783
Isto Truck*. t*<r vile 1 |
. - DH M' ' i •! I E - ■ ■ ; 130 - '
as new. Address Box A. Care Nevrs. _ j
TRUCK — ’* ton. a-1 mechanical good rub-1
ber. pi i< e reasonable High St. Garage.*
843 High St. '-hone 22h:i
BATTERIES—2 year guarantee, uncon
ditional; a n^w Ray Battery if your old
ono goes wrong within 2 years. What
other battery dares to do this? Chris
Johnson. 16 3 Now Brunswick Ave.__
F-’or wireless with threaded rubber insula
tion. Battery & Motor Service Station.
149 New Brunswick Ave. Tel. 1885. _
” (oinigcH—\nto for Hire 14
number of cars only: rates reasonable: 24
hour a rvice. J Arthur Applegate. Stude
baker Distributor. 363 Division Street.
TAXI—Phone 2020 Day and
Night service. Cars to hire for weddings
funerals, etc. 426 Division Street.
LE\\ is s f -d irag< l lei Avei w
Massopust Hro» Co.. 692 State Street._
PRIVATE HARA'iK-A' 11' R-' tor Street.
I?uiun< Rub CnltonL 2'. : M;idison Avr._
PRIVATE d A RAGE—Inquire A. Davidson.
177 Bmad Street._
Motorcycles and BJcycle® _ Lr>
HARLEM DAVIDSON—Motorcycle, 1081,
V Itli side cat: like new. bargain. Atlan
tic Garage. 565 Amboy Ave._
HARLEY DA \IDSON—Motorcycle. with
s:d- car. 1917: '*1 condition. 5.37 Sayre av
H A it 1 BY DAVIDSON M< >T< »RGJ CLE. 1917
—With side rar: perfect running condi
tion. like new. Bargain price. 1200. In
fjiitre Day Watchman, ft. of Com mere p St.
Repairing—Service Stations Id
Radiator#, bodies and ’eiders repaired.
154 New Brunswick Ave Tel 1607._
AUTO TOPS—Made and Repaired. J. P.
Johnson. 165 New Brunswick Avenue.
Telephone 1067. _ ,
auto t( IPS—Recovered and repaired,
running board covering ulde curtains and
all kinds of trimmings 1-r cars P. Guc
hofT. 184 New Brunswick Ave. Tel. 1680.
mercial, auto painting and f meral
blaeksmithing; agent for Goodrich olid
t-uck tires Toft & Fryer. 427-33
Baet Ave. Tel. 2381. b
AUTO RADIATORS—Bodies and fenders
repaired. Federal Auto Radiator Works
190 New Brunswick Ave. Tel. 1360. _
AUTO PAINTING—Andersen & Klein.
| Telephone 1378. W. Main SL and Grant
Ave.. Fords. N. J._
( YOU'LL SAVE time at the stores if you
read htrough the Merchandise ads in to
| day's classified section before you start
j down town.
Margaret White Kennedy administratrix
of Patrick N. Kennedy, deceased, by di
rection of the Surrogate of the County of
Middlesex, hereby gives notice to the cred
itors of the said Patrick N. Kennedy to
bring in their debts, dmands and claims
against th- estate of the said deceased,
tinder oath or affirmation, within six
months from this date or they will be
forever barred of any action therefor
against thfe said administratrix.
Dated April 1«. 1922
Administ ratrix.
12173—4 27—5-4-11-18-25—6-1-8-15.
Sealed proposals will be received by the
County Clerk at his office In New Bruns
wick. N. on Saturday. Mu/ 2i. 1922.
at lb o'clock. (Daylight Saving Time) 1«»
the forenoon of said day fo« the hooks
and all material and equipment tor per
forming all the labor mvoivod In Index
ing the records of Judgments Attach
ments. Mechanics' Liens. Chancery No
tices and Bonds taken by Sheriffs. Bv
the system known as the Russell "l-m-n
r-t." Key letter system, two given name
Said Judgments. Attachments. Meehan
les' Liens. Chancery Notices and Bonds
taken by Sheriffs to be indexed in ten
loose leaf books boun 1 ends and band*
with canvas covers and lettered as Countv
Clerk may direct, paper to be Byroo Wes
ton’s Linen Ledger.
Successful bidder to furnish a baud to
the County Clerk for the faP.hful per
formance and completion of said Index
ing with a surety niipany foe the sum
of Five thousand dollars ($5,000.00).
Right to reject any and ail bids Is re
13794—5-10-12t County Clerk.
Scaled bids ami proposal* will be re
ceived on June 5th. 1922. at 7 30 P. M.
(Eastern Standard Time) by the Coun*d
in the Council Chambers a* the City Hall,
porth Amboy. N. J.. for the construction
of a sanitary sewer in the section knofvn
as Lehigh Park
The work to be done embraces the
building of approximately 1 5.734 lln. ft 8
Inch sewer. 291 lin. ft. 1" irx h aewer. 554
lin. ft. 12 inch sewer. 185 in. ft. fifteen
inch sewer and 1340 lin. ft. 18 inch
sewer, with all appurtenances.
Specifications and blank fortes gf pro
posals can be obtained and detail plans
examined at the office of Morgan F. Lar.
son. City Engineer. 175 Smith Street,
Perth Amboy. N. J. Full sets of plans
and specifications will be sent to snv con
tractor on the receipt of ten dollars. The
same to be returned on surrender of the
plans in good condition within thirty days
of award.
Each bid must be accompanied by a cer
tified check or cash in the amount of
$1.000 00 payable to the order of th..j
Treasurer of the City of Perth Amboy
without any conditional endorsement. The
successful bidder will be required to fur
nish a surety company bond in tn-s
amount of the contract price, <om!it!oned
for the faithful performance of the worh
and Indemnifying the City of Perth Am
boy from all suits or actions of ary name
or description
The Council reserves the rigljt. to rejerj
I any or all bids, if in their opinion it ia tc
the best interest of the City so to do.
Dated. May 17. 1»2».
A F Ml'NnZ.
Street Commissioner.
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The News Classified Section IS the money
saving center of this city's everyday opportu
Out of touch with these changing columns
means out of luck on all sorts of chances to
buy necessities and luxuries for much less
money than you expected to pay.
Other kinds of opportunities, too—to find
better positions, more attractive places to live,
better business service—from tailoring to
New offers are made every day and quicks
taken by watchful readers. Ask omeone who
uses this Classified Section regularly to tell you
what its service means in satisfaction and pro
Look over the Classified ads today, yourself!
Repairing—Vrvlrf Station* •'»;
AMERICAN GARAGE—Best equipped *o It
pair shop in town; day and nlfht ser
vice. Supplies and aecessoriea For *er
* • " I>81. t I
AUTO PAINTING—John P. JtOkS, Auto- «
mobile. Truck and Wagon rainier. 305;
Laurie Street. Jitney Bus painting * ,
I Uiy.
AUTO WASH CO.—Car* washed, greas**d
and polished; open day and night. 162 M
Jefferson St. Tel 137 _I
repairing of all kinds; touring ser 'ice. j i
4"9 Market Street. Phone 1631.
starters, armatures rewound, motor wind
ing our specialty. K. & K. Electric Co., i
119 New Brunswick Ave Tel. 605. |
FRANK HUDA—Commercial automobtiej
body builders and repairers; automobtiej 1
painting; specializing on touring. oin
merclal cara 4*;o Division st. Tu. 781-J
distributors for Middlesex County Selden I
Motor Trucks; 1 V» to & tons 340 Pros-;
St Phono 8888 _ 1 ‘
M AG! BT08 REPAIRED—Williams Auto
Elect“c Service Station; magnetos, gen
erators starters: batteries properly and I
fully recharged 60c. Agent for the With
erbeo Battery. 140 New Brunswick \ve I
—184 Fayette St. 183 New Br inswlck I 1
Avenue. Tel. 1394. _ _______ _
VULCANIZING—Steam Vulcanizing and C
retreading Billy’s Tire Shop. Phone
2140 143 New Brunswick Arenue. i
WATSON AVE. GARAGE—Auto repairing
rebuilding and overhauling our specialty \
Old motors made like new. Tel. D*v
2240. Night 80ft._
ltiisincsn Service* Offered 18 (
AMBOY AWNING CO—Now under own
ership of Chris Sindet. Only office 237
FrOapOCt Street. Phone 829._______
AMBOY SIGN—And Advertising Co., signs
anywhere and any kind. 8* Smith
Street _
BLACKSMITH—And practical borseshoet
wheelwright and body builder. Cbas. J
Yerik. 888 New Brunswick Ave._ •
COPPERSMITH—Brazing ind soft solder
ing. repairs of all kinds; block tinning.
J. Valvar. 168 New Brunswick Avenue. j
K. MINDS/BNTH Y—Steam sh l p Tic hot
Agency. 167 Hall Ave. Telephone No J
642 _ _ _
graphing Raritan Publicity Service. !
Raritan Building. Tel l ^ 5 6
TAMPA DAILY TIMES—Tampa. Florida 1 '
Want ads one cent per word; Florida a |
greatest daily classified medium. Write \
ue for complete rate card.
__ Building—Contracting _19
F. W. HUFF—Electrical Contractor, re
liable work, reasonable estim te: Wir
ing. fixtures, lamps. 70 Woodbrldge Ave.
Tel. 627. Woodbridge. N. J.
4 Ironing. Dyeing. Kenoxuting *0
CLEANING—Alterations. Dyeing. Press
ing. prices moderate. 8. Epstein. 255
Madison Ave Re!o Majestic.
PANAMA A STRAW I AT'S — La dies' and
gentlemen bring yours to be cleaned
and shaped at Greiner's Place. 185 Smith
Stre< • _
TAILORING—Dyeing and cutting. la.Ii*
and gent's garments cleaned, pressed and
repaired. P. Palo 291 S’ate Street
FUR COATS-—Furs and ladies* cloth gar
ments remodeled and repaired equal *o
new. Furs cleaned, dyed and glazed. A.
Greenhouse 66 Smith Street.
Dressmaking—.Millinery til
DRESSMA KING-A11 k i nda. Call 218
First Street (downstairs)._ _
HEMSTITCHING—We do all tnds of aid*
and accordion pleating and machine
pleating. very reasonable prices. E
WelSSL 317 Maple St. Phone 8078.
HEMSTITCHING—VU t an b ttea cov
ering and machine pleating. B. Stark. 307
Smith Street.__
If STITCHING—D ne with gold and sil
ver tinsel thread, also with siik and cot
ton, at Hoffman's. 230 Smith 8t
■ ■ ni ling i ... uu« nuuiiUK
PLUMBING—Damgaard <& Buoie. Heat
ing and gas fitting Jobbing promptly at
tended to; estimates furnished. 398
Elm Street. Phons 2081. _
PLUMBING—S. L. Bulvanoski plumbing
heating, gas fitlng and tinning in all lie
branches, alt work promptly done. #79
Charles Street. Phone 1406.
HOOFING—H. C. Smith, Jr., slate, slag
roofing and tinning; waterproofing. 12*
1. '• Mid son Avenue. Tel
Laundering 24
WET WASH—Phone 1941 for good work
and prompt delivery. Snow White We»
Wash Laundry. In.*. C61 New Bruna
«(l k Avenue.
'loving. Trucking. Storage *85
AUTO TRUCKING—Light and heftf) .
local and long distance service when and
ns you want it. Otto Diet* State and
Chauneey Street* _
AUTO TRUCKING—C Borup transfer
ami auto trucking, storage, furnituie end
places moved; city and country. 335
State 8treet- Phone 217#._|
CARTING—Walsbeck's General Truckiug
local and long distance moving, ai«»
light and heavy carting 2C6 Goodwin;
St. Phone 1672. Perth _Ainboy N. J
EXPRESS—And tru king, 'oval and long
distant* J. J. Sidenburg. 377 Division
St. Phone 363-J. _'
HAULING—Andrew Anderson. Trucking
engines boilers, machinery, safes, heavy
hauling and rigging of every description
Pierce Arrow and Packard 6 ton trucks
Tel. 178. 77 Fayette Street. Perth Am
boy. N. J._
MOVING—D. Kadin, express and storage,
long distance moving with care. 294
New_Brunawlck Air* Phone 167# 1382
MOVING—Lepper’a Express, transporta
tion between Perth Amboy and New
York; move In city or country.
Washington St. Phone 2318._ j
TRUCKING—Eagle~Motor Transportation j
Co. heavy trucking. 340 Prospect Sr
TeL 20#6._
TRUCKING—John Garden, transfer auto l
trucking storage furniture; pianos mov-'
ed country, city 180 Madison Are Tel 473
*"* Painting. Papering and Decorating $4
DECORATING^ p. Barner. Painter
and Paper Hanger; work guaranteed,
reasonable prices; estimates given. 123
So. 1st SL_Phone 643-W_ _
Profeivaional Mervires hU
PIANO TUNING—And Repairing, hr si
class work. C. Steinhaussr. 13ft Stats
SL ToL 15ft4-M.
Repairing and .tf-tinishlng _
!ASU REGISTERS—Scales. Slicing Ma
chines, electric meat choppers snd cof
fee mills; all makes. Fendt. 336 State
St. Tel. 223.
If It Is made of leather we have it ot
make it; also repair eult cases, bags
trunks, basket balls, gun cases, belts, U*
Phone 41 -W. 143 New Brunswick Ave
Inst making, upholstering and rartet
D| 381 state St. Tel 2.;6-M
• HOE REPAIRING—S. Goldsmith ha*
moved from 127 Fayette SL to 365 State
Street. All work guaranteed at the ow
est prices.
! ’ H< * I .si B RE R — Overstuffed furnitu.e
repaired and recovered; springs reset
John J Galvin Park Ave. Tel l 47-M
1PHOLSTERINO—And ' Furniture r> pair
ing of every description. L L Braii
w nod. 362 High Street. Phone 253. _
Help Wanted—Female 94
’OOK—First class. Hotel Middlesex.
Main St.. Woodbridge. N. J. _
ilRLS—Wanted. Inquire Chesebrough
Manufacturing Co._
1RL— For general housework; must un
derstand cooking. 137 Kearny Avenue.
URL—■* . g**od pa.
101 Brlglitr.il Ave.. upstairs.
URLS. — cm icon's shirts, steady work.
Goodman Cohen A Co.. 331 Maple St.. 1
flight up._
IlRLS—To R-arn trimming on men's hats;
good opportunity. Tottenvllle Hat Works.
Inc. 57 Johnson Avenue. Tottenvllle, S. I.
URLS—Experienced on Power Sewing Ma
chines. Apply Tottenvllle Hat Works.
Inc.. 57 Johnson Avenue. Tottenvllle.
N. J.____
QIRLS—To work on i nion Special and
Singer Machines. Apply Shirt Factory,
5461 Arthur Kill Road. Tottenvllle. one
block from ferry. Tel. Tottenvllle 1156.
URL—TO do light housework. Mrs. Bar
ber. 99 Lewis Street.
Irassiere Factory. Amboy Road and Main
Street, Tottenvllle. Staten Island
IKLPER—Experienced In dressmaking.
188 Water Street.__
ITERATORS—For cigar machines, piece
work; good pay. Apply Porto Rican
Cigar Factory. 378 Ridgeley Street
SALESLADIES — Experienced. references
required. J. f». McCrory Co.. 104 Smith 8t.
•THONG GIRL—For kitchen work. Mrs.
Ahren's Restaurant 2S0 Hobart St.
VA1TRESS—Fcr restaurant. Morgan Vic
tory Lunch A Hotel. Morgan, N. J.
VOMAN—Wanted at once for general
housework and mind baby; middle aged
preferred. Mrs. Weir, l^i Lewie street
Help Wanted—Male S3
stand machinery. Simon'e Garage. 567
New Brunswick Avenue._
JAKBER—For Saturdays only. Apply
High Street Barber Shop._
JOOTBLACK—Wanted in barber shop 438
state Street._
JOTTLER—Experienced on aoda water.
Inquire 370 New Street. _
HOY—To work in delicatessen store; bring
reference. 76 Smith Street.
lOY- Good pay to right party; steady Job.
145 Madison Avenue.__
JOYS—16 years or over. Tottenvllle Hat
Works, Inc., 57 Johnson Ave., Totten
ville^ __
J FTC HER—Apply Sunshine Marker. 150
S m It h_S t r*et._
N8U RANCH MAN—Exports acod; must
understand Insurance business. J Kreiel
sheimer A_Son.. 133 Smith Street.
PAINTERS, 2—For outside and inside
work. Apply Joseph Kaldowaki. Painter.
397 Leon Avenue.
ler. 427 High Street._
iroUNCi MAN—At once, to learn The shoe
business, excellent opportunity for ad
vancement. Apply at once Henry Clay
Shoe Store. 81 Smith Street._
censed Employment Bureau. If you need
help of any kind, call upon us and w-*
will help you solve labor problems. 310
Maple St. Phone 1952.___
Solicitors, Canvassers. Agents 35
ATTENTION MEN—Inis is your change
to get in with a fast growing concern
where your opportunities are unlimited
for higher positions: training free; ex
perience not necessary. We a.e increas
ing our sales course »nd desire the ser
vice of 4 men at ot-’t. Address Sales
Manager. P. O. Box ?00._
SALESMAN—Specialty. to sell electric
meat choppers and coffe' mills on com
mission basis. Steiner Mfg Co.. *36
State Street.
SALESMEN—Something new; nationally
advertised: required in every home: abso
lutely no competition: exclusive territory,
large commission. Apply Room 319 Rari
tan Building. ____
SALESMAN—Live wire, to sell automobile
tires and accessories. Address "Sales
man.** care New.
Situations Wanted—Female _U
YOUNG GIRL—Desires housework: private
fa in 11 v._IS', Paterson Street, after 6 P M
YOUNG LADY—Experienced, wishes tc
work in office; knowledge of stenography
and typewriting. Address •Experienced."
care News. _ ___
HR—41— WaeiaMfal* ^
ELECTRICIAN—Looking for work on re
pairing motors Address Steven Kovacs
P O. Box 448. Fords. N 3__
Business Opportunities i>
EXCELLENT opening in high grade me
chanlcal and sales business for a Gen
*tt)e man with *3.000 cash; must tak«
active interest at once. Business payi
attractive returns. Splendid oppor
i unity tor ambitious man who mean?
business. State age. ’phone number am!
occupation in first letter. Address “I
1*.’* News.
POWER BOAT—Smalf: Palmar engine
sacrifice. Inquire 411 Yetman Ave.. Tott
sale cheap: good location. 317 smith
machinery. Inquire Z»Z State Street.
_Hooey to Looo _ _to
LOANS—Against short term mortgage*. |
trade acceptances and ithei collateral*. J
Zucker St Oast. Hoorn 512 Raritan Build
MONEY—We have money to invest on
Ronds and Mortgages on Perth Amboy
Property. Margaretten 4k Lohei I»c
Raritan Building Tel BBO
Maalral, Dancing. Dramatic »i
BANJO—No play, no pay —Banjo mandn
I In. Guitar, etc. Beginners' Pin. tun.*»|
perfect firsts In six lessons or your money
back. Ragtime, etc. Instruments soil;
on easy terms Wednesday. Friday and,
Saturdays 10 A. M.-i P M. E. Rogers,
*10 Msple St.. Perth Amboy Tel. 1»B2
structions a specialty; Instruments fur
nished free. SI Smith 8t.. Perth Am
bov. N. J.
Hor«r«, t attle, Vehtdca 1#
ntlk dally. In
• : Summit Avmi“. ____
FRESH COWS—And Springers for sale ft
any time, extra good milkers; always
largs stock on hand. J. Zlotkin. Free
hold. N. J._TeL 168-W.
Poultry and Supplies It
CHICK FEED—And butter- milk chloK
mash. Clemensen's. TeL €82. prompt
CHICK “FEED—Scratch. corn. laying
math, oyatrr shell. Agent Dr. Peter's
Kurlko. 405 Lawrie Street. Tel. 2045.
Wanted l i»« Stork_50
if7»MK —For several Police and Airedale
females. Price. New Brunswick 1443-W--.
Articles fore Sole_ M
AM 11 CO. TV detail
and retail Malt. Hop*. Molasses an.I Sup
plies. 462 Compton Avenue |
LEATHER—Oak soles and crapo
carry a full line of cobbler's ools ano j
supplies for home use. P. Barblerl, 404-,
treet _ __
polishes, shoemakers' supplies retail at
wholesale prices. *-‘40 Smith St., opp.
C. H. It. Station. Tel. 907.
OILSKIN CLOTHING—We carry oilskins
of all kinds. Thompson-C.oodyear Rub
ber Corp ;1 ■ M .pi• si Tel. 2162,
OLD MATRICES—Heavy pressed card
board newspaper mats—dimensions tame
as this printed page. Best possible lin
ing for Inside of poultry musea. garages
or for sheathing ctu-co houses. Keeps
out the .old. Large supply on :'inl.
Price 11.00 a hundred. Call at Evening
\ • a ■ ■ tfflct. _
PIPES—Assorted sl/.-s. J in. to 6 in; I.
beams, railroad tics m belting, pulleys.
Harry Goldberg. L. V. R. It. and New
\ . •• in*-.
drier. Genuine leather traveling bags.
$2.76. Bargains in baseball goods, fishing
la* kle. s. Perlmutter. 199 Smith St.
WALL PAPER—Direct from mill to you.
no middleman’s profit; save 60%. Also
a full line of high grade paints and var
nishes. N. Y. Wall Paper Co.. 260 State
St. Tel. 1722. ____
WALL PAPER—All latest designs. 10c
and 16c roll. Giinpleman Bros., 331 State
Street. Tel. 1722. _
ltii«ine*<* and Office Equipment .VI
ICE BOXES, counters, blocks, shelving,
bins, refrigerator display cas* s. show cases,
cash registers, tills, choppers, slicers cof
fee mills, scales tall kinds) accessories.
Newark Butcher Supply Co., 476 Broad St.,
Newark. Resident Representative. Thoa. M.
Jensen. 346 State St.. Perth Anieov.
* • >i NTKR8. 3 For aals. Inquira III
Amboy Avenue. _ _______________
TYPEWRITER E\< Ha\<;e -Ribbona at
wholesale; just to get acquainted. Come
gvs & Bros., Elm and Smith St.. Tel.
2 »I-W._
Building Material* 51
HARDWARE—Elizabeth Hardware Co.
The Home of Hardware. 137-139-141
New Brunswick Ave. Tel. Exchange 120
131 Perth An.boy.
HARDWARE—Tools. Paint* Oll».~_Va7
nishes. Wall Paper. Painters Supplies.
Max Goidfarb. 311 Stato St Phone 861.
PAINTS—Atlantic Lead, Linseed Oil;
I*ierce’a Kendy Mixed Paint. $3.00 gallon
S. Koch. 363 State St. Phone 1315.
large size. For sale very reasonable.
Kelly 8c McAlinden Co. 74 Smith Sr
Grade and quality guaranteed.
18 in. Perfection Shingle. $7.CO per 1.000.
IK in. Eureka Shingle, $6.60 per 1.000.
Niagara Wall Board. $36.60 per 1,000 ft.
N. C .Ship-lap Roofer. $32.50 per 1,000 ft.
Discount to dealers; trucking extra
William F. Shupe & Co.. Valley Road. W
Orange.; Passaic River & Lincoln High
way. S. Kearny. Phone Mulberry 034 7;
Market Advancing; Act Qnickly._
VARNISH AND STAIN—In on* applica
tion. See The Jonlee Co.. Paint Head
quarters. 184 Smith St. Phone 1980. _
_Farm and Dairy Products 6 *
MILK—Perth Amboy Milk Co. always at
your service. Deliveries everywhere
Demand our products from your dealer
or grocer.
Fuel, Feed, Fertilizer* 56
Distributors in Middlesex County of
Mother Hubbard Flour lei 1350.
4i<K)d Things to Rut 67
BREAD—Eat that so homelike Aunt Mar
tha Bread; sold at all grocers. Sim
m< n’s Modal Bakery. _
FEE CAKES Coffee Cakes.
Pics. Layer Cakes. Doughnuts, etc., fresh
! every day at *2 1*. M. N. E. Bjornsen,
Jr., l'.' New Brunswick Avenue.
DELICATESSEN—Salads, cooked meats,
all good things to eat. Majestic deli
catessen. 18*2 Smith St. Tel. 1634.
Spertal* nt the store* h*
MEN S CAPS— Very Special SI.09 and 11.13
to your order. S. Levine. Ceo Maker. 311 I
Smith St.__ -
>mM * b«t_*•
ELK TKADINQ STAMP CO bay*. aalla and ,
exchanges all kind# of coupon#. United
certificates, milk labels end 8. & H.
»iamps. 338 State ft,_.
, ; KMTI KB- Second band b If beat prices
paid, atovea bedding floor covering* for
sale 8user an 13 Smith St i'ei 1489-J
FURNI TURK—Wa buy all kind* second
hand furniture. O. Hou-«r. 103 Fayette
ft Phone 848* W._ _
. «ED FURNITURE— £xcelient pi tea paid
rail ua first. Largest house in County.
Huy store natures too. Miller. 533 State
-street PI >ne 78 l-W _
Rooms With Beard ••
HOTEL ' REMINGTON—377 Smith St.;
Furnished rooms by day or week; room*
steam heated; meals served; also refu
lar board. Tel. 494 _
SMITH ST.. 204—Table board in private
family. Apartment No. 1._
Room* Without n—rd ift
GOODWIN s r. |73—Larfa ro ini suitable I
fiir »n«- or two. J
Hits'll 8T.7 3ff—Large room for 2 gentle
man. also single room. ________
high 8T 279 -I room fui
meal until September 1._
HIGH ST.. 288—Single room, all improve
HIGH STREET, 218—Small furnished
KEARNY AVE.. lit—Furnished room, pri
vate family. ___
McClellan s’r.. s«7—i atngin roam: l
double room; ail Improvement*
MADISON AVE., 152—Furnished room; all
»' n*
M 8PLE st. 290—Two furnished rooms; all
itnprovementa. _
MARKET* ST.. 100—Furnished room; all
improvements; private family._
MARKET m' . 299—Furnished rooms; eil
Tel 11 ■-J.
STATE ST., 181—1 lor 2
gentleman; a 11 conveniences._
STATE 8T NEAR SMITH— Room for one
or two gentlemen. Phone 231-M._
N'KAR CITY HALL—Single or double
iM.nrnmnPntl Tol Ifitlft-W after .V
Room* for HoawkMjilSf_f#'
HIGHEST.: 369—Furnished room, prlv
. leket p ng_I
j*EKFERSON ST., 79—2 nice furoiahed
housekeeping rooms: all Improvement*.
KEARNY AVI;., 149-Furnished rooms;
for 11slit housekeeping_
MARKET ST.. 216—Two rooms for light
housekeeping; reasonable.
SMITH ST.. 178—Third floor: furnished
rooms suitable for light housekeeping
Where to Eat _71
PRESTO LUNCH—And Bakery; homo
pastries; popular prices; open day ami
night. 113 Smithi Street._
Known as The Home Restaurant and
Coffee house of 191 Smith Street has
moved to 152 New Brunswick Avenue
Wanted—Booms or Hoard_7J
gentleman in private family, reference*
exchanged. Box 30. care News._
ROOM AND BOARD—Want gentle
man in central location. Box 44, care
w ANTED—Responsible, middle aged cou
ple d*sire 2 or 3 rooms for light house
keeping; furnished or unfurnished. Ad
dress J. S.. (are New*.
Broker* In Real Batata 3
CARL JACOBS—Real Estate. Mortgage*
Insurance Agent: Life. Fire. Automobile.
Liability, etc. 179 Brighton Ave. Tsl.
561.__ __
CONARD A COMPANY—Real Estate and
General Insurance. 102 Smith Street,
Perth AmbCy, N« J- Phone_210._
FRASER BROS—Real Estate and Insur
ance. Savings Bank Building. Phone
653. ___
MANS NIELSEN ’ (. <—Real* Estata and
Mortgage*. 196 Smith Street. Real
Estate Exchange Building. Telephone
88. _ _ _
and Insurance. Raritan Building. PhoDe
IBM ____
and Insurance. See me for bargains.
Tot ten viHe. __
MAPLE REALTY CO —Real Estate. 215
Smith St. Phone 1710.__
to Alperu & Co.. Real Estate. Mortgage*
and Insurance. Raritan Building. Perth
N J. Phone 650._
Heal 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 he
to your advantage to call on us.
•'Superior Service**_p
SC HON C El TA BLITZER— For quick re
sults list your property for sale or ex
change. ^Raritan Bldg Phone 1668.
SHIR lev" & SORENSON—Successors to
D. A. Shirley Real Estate and Insur
ance. 130 Smith St.. Perth Amboy. Of
fice open evenings. Tel. 190._
.Apartments and Plata_14
AMBOY AVE. 405—Cor. New Brunswick
Ave.. 5 rooms, all Improvements.
CAT ALP A AYE . 35S* Lewis—Flat.
6 rooms, all improvement! except heat.
Inqui™ Tel. 1735._
CORTLAXDT PLACE. 570—5 nice rooms';
part improvements._
FAYETTE’ST.. 185—5 room flat, all Im
provements; reaaonable._
GRANT AND OOPDoN sTS.— • room flat
all improvement*. InquLe D Le^Jne. 201
New Brunaw*' k A-v.iue
JACQUES ST.. 528 — 4 rooms; all Improve
Inquire 342 Neville Street.__
JEFFERSON ST. 223—Flat; 6 rooms and
bath for rent.__
LEWIS ST.. 162—7 rooms, every improve
Suburban for Rent 71
KURDS—Third Street house for rent or
sale; 6 rooms; all Improvements; garage.
Inquire E I.undgren
KURDS—5 nice rooms, all improvementa
Mrs. Mje. William St._Til 1174-M,
KURDS—New Brunswick Are. betwees
Paul and Ling Sts.. 8 rooms, all Improve
ments Including heat. Inquire 273 Par*
Are. .__
RICHMOND VALLEY—4 rooms; part im
prov entente. Carl Job.
SEW A REN 3- 4 i oorns I
furnished for young couple or room an
board for 3 gentlemen. Kath's Grotei;
Tel. Wood bridge in
SOI i ll AM!i< >\ —Two i .
dentist's office. Inquire 113 Broadway.
TOTTENV1LLE—8 room hous<- and gaias«
all Improvements. Inquire Iok Main Mr
".inf«-d—To Rent »
SIX ROOM HOUSE—Wanted to rant lr>
Metochen or Woodbrldge. with Improve
ments. desirable neighborhood, from July
1. business man family 3 adults, willing co
• < -.I m ii'. Pli " ' . U !•• ■ •' \ ■ h •
WANTED -Clothing concern «i• -1r
luil Smith St. store for retail men r
clothing store. Address Box 50. News. ^1
Farms and Land for Sale H
FARMS—Consisting of 31. 3<L 34 and T6
acres. Matthias Ten Ey . Railway. New
5* ACRE FARM—Oak Tree, with attrac
tive, 6-rootn cottage of farm house type,
orchard and a<#m« woodland. Price 13000.
Plume Mc’uehen 3 3 4.
3<» ACRE—Farm. Woodbrldge. N. J.; build
ings In good condition, near school, trolley
and stores; $730'». $2300 rash required.
Boynton Bio*. Co.. 57 Smith St.. Perth
A m boy. N. J.__
Houses for Sale 8|
A MB() Y AY ENLE—Three story brick
building; all improvements: 3 csr gar
age and two lots: good Investment: $10.
0««o to $l3.00u cash required. Perth Amboy
Trust Co.. Real Estate Department.
FIRST ST.—Between Market and Gordon:
modern eight room dwelling; $10,000.
lh rth Amboy Trust Co.. Real Estate Dept.
GORDON ST.—Nine room dwelling: all
improvements; driveway; excellent condi
tion; $14,000; good terms. Perth Amboy
Trust Co.. Ileal Estate Department.
HIGH ST.—Excellent location: new nine
room dwelling with garage; |F,t 32 x 112;
$18,000. Perth Amboy Trust Co.. Real
Estage Department.__
ii"ru ai.—iweive room owe; ng in ex
< ellcnt location, lot 65 x 116. a real
home; $18,000. Perth Amboy Trust Co..
Heal Estate Department._
JOHNSTONE ST—Twelve room, brick
building. all improvements; bargain.
Massoptist Bros. Ac Co.. 692 State Street.
LA WRJH ST.—Northeid**. 6 room house,
a 11 intproveoienta 453 Lawrie 8treet.
LEWIS STREET, 162—2 family frame
dwelling with 6. 7 and 3 rooms; every
modern improveme.iL will return ov-r
10 per cent on investment; reasonable
terms Phone 1996
MADISON A \ E.—For sale at once or wiU
exchange for smaller property. 3 family
frame dwelling; good income. Schonceit —
A Blltser, Raritan Bldg. Phone 1568. ^
GAN'S CORNER—5 room stucco house: 2
lots; price $3,000. The Johnson Co. $17
Smith SL Tel. 651.
SOUTH FIRST 8T—2 family house, with
improvements; lot 50 x 16ft; at a bargain.
Philip Levine. Raritan Bldg.
Real Estate and Insurance
102 Smith Street.
We offer the following at exception*'
terms and prices for sale;
! City:
Sherman Street—
D room dwelling, frame, part Improve
ments. lot 25 x 100; easy terms.
State Street—
Near Market, 8 rooms and bath, part
improvements: driveway._
HOUSE—1 family f, room, all improve
ments with driveway and garage, ver>
fine condition. $.">000.00; reasonable terms.
• 'harles L. Steuerwald. Tnr., 208 Smith St.
UPPER STATE 8T.—For sale at one®;
owner leaving town. Private residence
all modern improvments Including steair.
heat; 6 rooms and bath; will take lot*
as part payment. Schonceit & Blltser.
Raritan Building. Phone 1558._
Lots For Sal® Kg
HANSON AVE.—3 lota 5<j x IN; Mf rea
sonable offer accepted. Perth Amboy
Trust Co.. Real Estate_Dept. __
KEARNY AVE—Key I •• N l 173] 3$ X, 150;
mutual driveway, eaav terms. Charles
L. Steuerwald, lne.. 2ft8 Smith Street._
LAWR IE ST.—Two lota, all improvement*
in street. M. H. Madsen. 175 Smith Street
and 470 Brace Avenue._____ 1
NEVILLE st . 4:::t—Lot for sale. Inquire
603 Amboy Avenue._._'
NEW BRUNSWICK AVE —3 lots 75 x 100,
$4500; reasonable terms. Perth Amboy
Ti ost Co., Real Estate Dept,_
trade, 5 lots or half acre with 4 room
house, toilet and bath, garage, chicken
house, stable, wood shed, cellar. 21
full bearing assorted fruit trees, good
crop; one block from factory. 3 blocks
from school. Price for all $4,000, terms
half cash. Address Henry A. Hellwegen.
R. F. D. Box 22A. Perth Amboy. New gm
Jersey.__ fll
SOUTH AMBOY—2 lots 50 x 100, or ex- ^
change for lots in Rahway Rule. 29 Wll
11am Street. Rahway.__
WOODBRIDGE—2 lots on Green Street,
Brldgetnere Terrace. J. Kreielsheimer A
Son. 133 Smith Street._
WOODBRIDGE—2 lots 50 x 100, near
Green Street; attractive price and terme.
t’harles L. Steuerwald, Inc., 208 Smith
81 reet.___,
WOODBRIDGE—10 lots on Vespe Avenue,
cash or easy terms. Conard & Company,
152 Smith Street._.
* Suburban FPr Sale_il
FORDS—2 family house, ail Improve
ments, steam heat; bargain. P. O. Box
367._ Tel. 1378-R.
FORDS—5 rooms; garage; all Improve
ments; will sell cheap. Owner needs cash.
Carl Jacobs. 179 Brighton Ave.
FOR D$1—Small bungalow; all improve
lioueelioid flood* ov
es your homa right at tha right price.
?19 Smith St . near Maple_
BABY CARRIAGE—A-l condition; reason
able. 292 Smith Street; In store.
BABY CARRIAGE and full sized Iron
bed._102 Catalpa Avenue.
DINING ROOM TABLE—Buffat and por
tlers, 113 Gordon Street.
Lining room SUITE—And gas range.
Inquire 19K Madlaon Avenue.
FURNITURE—Campers and Bungalow
Owners Attention. We can supply all
your needs In furniture, bedding, etc., at
slashed prices; new and second hand
stock; cooking utensils, etc. Delivery by
motor truck to door. H. Miller. 539
State Street.__
facturer's prices 345 State^Street.
ICE BOX—Slightly used; 1st class condi
tion^ $ 10 00 J. Smerllng. 148 Smith St.
INLAID LINOLEUM—Heavy grade inlaid
linoleum. $1.35 sq. yd. Full line of floor
coverings and bedding at lowest prices. S.
i Goldstein 9l Sons. 315 Madlaon Avenue.
51ATTRESSES—Renovated, i&teat steriliz
ing process; cotton $2; hair S3. Standard
Bedding Co.. 41$ Park Ave. Phone m
PARLOR STOVE—And oil heater. Inquire
147 Lewis Street._
| SEWING MACHINES—Drop head, second
hand; very reasonable. A. Kalman. 2S3
J Elm Street._
SPECIAL—On gas plates, cook ranges, oil
stoves and ovens. Newark Hardware
Store. Tel. 236-J_.
WASHING MACHINE—Eden; good condi
tion; cheap. 52 Lewis Street._
WILL EXCHANGE— kour Old furalt*.»
for new J Miller. 141 State cor. Fayette.
? Machinery and Tools $1
of A. C. and D C.. also rewinding and
I repairing promptly attended to. Perth
Amboy Storage Battery & Electric Co..
266 Madlaon Ave. Tel. f 1._
Musical Instruments_6j
EDISON—Diamond Point Phonograph with
records 129.50. Montalvo’s. 90 Smith St.
cordions and old violins, watches: vou
will find at 73 Smith St.. J. Ettlnger.
PLAYER PIANO—Brand new. 12 selected
rolls and bench. Brunton Piano Co..
204 Smith Street. _
TALKING MACHINE—Cabinet size with
records. >19.50. Montalvo's. 90 Smith St.
EVERY DAY is some sort of a hargaii.
day to the wise shoppe** who watch tl*=)
“Specials At The Stores" in the classified
DON'T BUY any mor» clothes until you
look through the "Wearing Apparel" adi
in tha classified section.
Smith St. Phone 1996.____
MARKET ST.—4 rooms; all improvements
Inquire 214 New Brunswick Ave._
N*EW BRUNSWICK AVE. 401—6 rooms,
bath, also 3 rooms. Inquire 156 Lewis
Street. ___
NEW BRUNSWICK AVE.. 242—5 rooms.)
all Improvements. In^ilre 365 Elm St.
PROSPECT ST., 372—5 room flat; pa*t
Improvements; reasonable. __ |
SMITH ST." 42—2nd flooi ; 6 rooms and
bath; all Improvements Mr. Horn._
SMITH STT. 4^—3 unfurnished rooms. Call
mtier F> o'clock (1st floor)._
SOUTH FIRST ST.. 110—3 rooma Inquire
in store. Tel. 780-M_
STATE ST.. 153—Flat, from June 1st. 6
rooms; steam h»at. gas. electric light.*
Margaretten & Lobel. Inc.. Raritan Build
trg Tel. 630_ -
* \ti 1 MiTON ST., a2—6 room Hat: all
improvements except heat. Margar-tten
.v |,..i.. I |nc„ Raritan Bldg. Tel. .»j0,
Xp"\R'7mT:NT—4 rooms; ail improvements
except heat. $26.00. Inquire 320 Smith
Street. In stors.___
APARTMENT—Inquire S Tucker, 58
Brighton Avenue. _____
FLAT—4 root la 265 Laurie. Store. Madi
son Ave.. corner Gordon; euitable hoe
repairing, reasonable 419 Raritan Bldg
ROOMs. 7—All improvements, from June
1. ;{*J4 Park Avenue. Tel. 863. _,
ROOMS—-With or without improvements.
Inquire P. Mandel. 310 Rector Street.
BusImm PIscoi ter .test_IN*
FRONT ROOM—For office or shop In
quire F. K Martin. 145 New Brunswick
Avenue._ __
SMITH ST.—Store with flat above: rea
gonable Inquire 188 Smith Street._
STORE—To let. lease if desired. T. S.
Brown W Ki.nJL8t Tel 1669
House** for Boot77
GORDON ST., 179—7 room house; all im
provements. Inquire 181 Gordon S*.
Phone 2099-M._
NEW BRUNSWICK AVE.. 481—3 room
house part Improvements Comejry's &
Bro.. Smith and Elm Streets._
Offices an! Desk Room * M
in suite or single. Maple Realty Co.. 115
Smith Street_____
OFFICES—Furnished ami unfurnished. J
Kreieishelmer & Son. 13* Smith Street.
OFFICE—Large front office to let. Appl*
j Maple Realty Co_115 Smith St._
I JUST the piece of office equipment vou
need may be offered for sale in Classifica
tion 43 today.
WANT TO PUT a little more “zip” >nt.»
your lunch and dinner menus? Try rssd-j
1 ing Classification 57.
coop; ground 75x150; price $3,000. Carl
Miller. Summit Ave., Fords.
FORDS—New six room dwelling never
been occupied; on lot 32 x 100. $120C
cash required. Perth Amboy Trust Co..
Real Estate Department.__
FORDS—5, 6. 7 room dwellings, with all
improvements' terms arranged. Conard
_A Company. 102 Smith Street._
FORDS—One family dwelling; 5 rooms'
modern; excellent condition; $1000 cash
required. Perth Amboy Trust Co.. Rea*
Estate Dept._ ,
HIGHLAND PARK—New house. 6 rooma
bath, steam heat, all latest improvement!
In best section, near New Brunswick;
corner plot 50 x 100; price $5900.00: easy
terms. Maple Realty Co.. 215 Smith St..
Perth Amboy. Phone 1710.
METUCHEN—11 room bouse for sale. Prici
13.500; beat location; lot 90 x 150; all
improvements; fine orchard: ideal home
_Inquire_J.Kreielsheimer A Son. Tel 1314.
PRINCE HAY, 8. 1.—8 room house, im
provements; very reasonable, lot 63 x 13$;.
fruit trees; large grape arbor. Inquire 4k
5780 Amboy Road. ;*
TOTTEN VILLE—Two family house; gooc V
location; price $4500. B. Williams. Tot*
tenville. N Y
TOTTEN VILLE. 8. I.—House 7 rooms and
bath, tax exempt, on lot 45 x 160 feet;
ail improvements; good location; $6000.
Inquire Austin Langford. 104 Sprague
Avenue. TottenvllIe, 9. I.. N. Y.
TOTTEN VILLE—Fine res'dence; 7 rooms
all Improvements; price $5500, cast
$1500 B. Williams Tottenvllle. N. Y.
WOODBRIDGE—Model, ideal home. Dutch
Colonial. 6 splendid rooms (convertible tc
7); much built in furniture, fire place,
breakfast nook, tiled bath, tiled laundr)
and toilet on first floor. Chambers f.reles*
range. Kompact gas hot water heater,
Arco steam heating plant. Dr. Davis.
124 Grove Avenue.
WOODBRIDGE—1 family 6 room stucce
house, best residential section, all Im
provements; plot 50 x 10«*; attractive
price and terms. Charles I- Steuerwald.
Inc., 208 Smith Street.________
WOODBRIDGE—2 lots; 50x100; near
Green Street; attractive price and terms.
Charles L. Steuerwald. Inc.. 208 Smith
Street. __
WOODBRIDGE—Main Si., store and apart
ment. 5 rooms and bath; gas electric;
plot 40 x 105; In the oest business sec
tion of Main street: price reasonable.
Terms right; bargain. Maple Realty Com
pany. 316 Smith St.. Perth Amboy.
ance. See J. H. Concannon. 89 Main
Street. Woodbrldgc. Tel. 299. ________
WOODBRIDGE—5 rooms and bath: frame
bungalow on Cramplon Avenue: $1500.00
• ash. Conard A Company. 102 Smith It.
BUNGA !<OW—Acre ground. garage. 8
rooms, all improvements: fine for poultry,
miiuu. lo trnUey. Inquire grocery store.
Piscataway Corner, or Box 481. Maw

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