JANITORS' SUPPLIES. LCM3ZR.
Sealed bids aad proposal* wil! be +*
eelved by tfce Board of Education of the
City of Perth Amboy. N. J.. at the High
School In said city on Thursday. July
<th. 1122. at I P M. Daylight Saving
Time, for furnishing Janitors* FuppH-*
and lumber for Manual Training Depart
ment for the eneiilng *rhool rear.
Also for alteration and replacement ot
plumbing at Schools Nos. l and T. Bide
will also t*» received for piloting th-*
eaterlo-* of School* Nos. 2 and 4 and th •
Interiors of Schools No*. 1. 2 and 4 n
Spec I Heat ions for the above material*
and labor may be obtained from the Sec
retary In hls ofTIce In the High School.
A certified check for $250.00 drawn to
the order of the Hoard of Educatl >n muni
accomnay hid for each da** specified.
The Hoard of Edu«atlnn reserve the
right to reject any or all bid*.
I BOARD OF EDUCATION, CITY OF
TKRTH AM HOY.
Ily A H CROWELL. Secretary.
PHOPOSA FOR PAINTING
Sealer! bids and proposal* will be re
ceived bv the Hoard of Education of the
i City of Perth Amboy. N. J.. at the High
[ School In *ald City on Thursday. July «th.
1922. at 9 P. M.. daylight saving time, for
I furnishing labor and material for paint
i ing the Interior of High School building
I In the said city.
1 Specir.cn t loti a for the work may be ob
tained from the secretary In hls office In
the High School.
A certified check for $250 drawn to the
order of the Hoard of Education must a -
The Board of Education reserve the
right to reject an> or all bids.
BOARD OF EDUCATION. CITY OF
By A. If. Crowell. Secretary.
IN CHANCERY OF NEW JERSEY
To ROBERT P. HOTHERSALL.
By vlrture of an order of the Court of
Chancery of New Jersey, made «>n the d 'y
of the date hereof, in a certain cause
wherein Win.I *-d llothersall la petitioner,
and you are defendant, you are required
to appear, and plead, answer or demur to
petitioner’s petition on or before the twen
ty-first day of August next, or in default
thereof, such decree Will be taken against
you as the chancellor shall think equitable
The object of said suit is to obtain a
de»-ree of divorce, dissolving the marriage
between you and the said petitioner.
Dated June I»th, 1922.
JACOB H. JOSE UPON.
Solicitor of Petitioner.
P. O. Address. 130 Smith Street, Perth I
Amboy, N. J. _ „ ..
RKSOLITION PROVIDING FOR THE
X\IMN(i OF $301 000 HV THE lN
M'ANCK OF BONDS OF THK ( Ol'N1 \
OF MIDDLESEX. TO IIK KNOWN AS
HOAD IMPROVEMENT BONDS, SER
WHEREAS, by a resolution duly adopt
ed on th* fifth day of August. 19M the,
Hoard of Chosen Freeholders of th
County of Middlesex authorixerl the bor
rowing of three hundred thousand dollars
and the issuance of temporary road Im
provement bonds In said amount, which
bonds were issued under date of August
1. 192'> and will mature on the first da.»
of August. 1922; and
WHEREAS, no provision has been made
for the pa>nient of any of said bonds and
no funds are now or will on the tlrst
day of August. 1922 be available lor this
WHEREAS, the proceeds of said bonds
were applied to the reconstruction of
roads In the County of Middlesex t»s fol
Road No. 11 Roosevelt-Wood -
bridge .$ 43,851.9!
Road No. 13 St. George Ave.. . 10 000.UU
Road No 29. Trenton-New
Brunswick. South Section .. 95,660.9v
Road No 43 Old Bridge-New
Brunswick . 148,216.15
Road No. 71 Woodbridge-Se
waren . 1.903.4
all of said roads having been constructed
of bituminous concrete, and having been
completed in the year 1920; and,
WHEREAS, the remainder of said 5300.
000 was applied toward the cost of issu
ing said temporary bonds; and,
WHEREAS, this Board deems it neces
sary and advisable that the funds to meet
sail outstanding non* I a *>e raised by a
aerial bond issue; and,
WHEREAS, the cost of issuing sai-.l
serial bonds will be not less than one
thousand dollars; _
NOW. THEREFORE. BE IT RESOLV
ED by the Board of Chosen Freeholders
of the County of Middlesex:
Section 1:—That It is necessary to raise
the sum of Three Hundred One Thousand
Dollars for the purpose of paying the cost
of reconstruction of roads in the County
of Middlesex, as recited In the preambled
i hereof, by paying the outstanding tem
porary road improvement bonds issued
Section 2. That there be issued pursu
ant to Chapter 252 of the Laws of 1916.
and acts amendatory thereof, and sup
plemental thereto., bonds of the County
of Middlesex to be known as Road Im
provement Bond*. Series 25. In the amount
of Three Hundred One Thousand Dollars
or such lesser amount as upon the sale
thereof in the manner required by law
shall be sufficient lo raise the sum afore
Section 3, Said bonds shall be In such
denomination and form, bear such date
and be payable principal and lnteret in
such medium and at such times and place
and bear Interest at such rate, not ex
ceedlng six per centum per annum, as
may on jjiu«iucu ..
Board, shall be signed by the Director and
Clerk of this Board and countersigned by
the County Treasurer, and the corpora’e
seal of the County of Middlesex shall be
thereunto affixed, and if coupons for the
payment of interest shall be attached
they shall be executed by the facimlle
signature of the County Treasurer.
Section 4 The Board of Chosen Free
holders of the County of Middles** here
by determines and declares, as follows:
(a) That the probable period of use
fulness of each of the several improve
ments referred to in the preambles
hereof, computed in accordance with
Section 4. Chapter 252 of the laws of
1916. as amended. Is not less than fif
teen years from the thirty-first day of
(b) That the annual and supple
mental debt statements required by
Section 12 of Chapter 252 of the Laws
of 1916. as amended, were made and
filed as required by said act. prior to
the incurring of the debt to be funded
by the bonds hereby authorized.
Section 6. That there shall be levied
in each year while any of said bonds
shall be outstanding, in the same manner
and at the same tirr.e aa other taxes, a
tax upon all the taxable property in said
County sufficient to produce the amount
of principal and interest to mature in the
Section 6. This reolution shall be pub
lished as provided by Section 2 of Chap
ter 252 of the Laws of 1916. In the Perth
Amboy Evening News and in the New
Brunswick Dally Home News, together
with the statement required by said sec
tion. The Clerk of this Board Is hereby
vested with authority to specify therein
the date after which the bonds shall be
Issued and delivered.
“The foregoing resolution was adopted
on the 16th day of June. 1922.
The bonds authorized thereby will be
issued and delivered after the 20th day
of July. 1922, (specifying a day not later
than twenty days after the first publica
tion). and any suit, action or proceeding
to set aside or vacate his resolution must
be begun within twenty days after the
publication of this statement.
THOMAS J Ml'LVIHILL.
Clerk of the Board of Chosen Freeholders
137 pSSSe 1840
Ivfl. Sat.ih Pcs. 1 WTU
/THE MERIT STORE" PERTH AH SOY. N. J..
Extra Tempting Values
For Saturday Afternoon
And Evening Shoppers
PONGEE SILKS. 89c YD.
36 inches wide, natural
color, pure silk, fine quality.
DRESS LINEN, 89c YD.
36 inches wide, good heavy
substantial grade in Grey,
Brown, Lavender, Navy.
Copen and Light Blue, Pink
and Old Hose.
READY MADE DISH
TOWELS. 11c EACH
In good quality absorbent
cotton crash, blue border
with tape loop to hang up
all ready hemmed.
MOHAIR SUITING. $1.39
Imported English Mohair,
suitable for making bathing
suits or skirts, in Black or
42 inches wide, high luster.
In a good big size, suitable
for carrying fancy work or
lunches’ highly scent e.d
closely woven with and with
out handles on covers; \alue
$1.89 to $3.49
In a wide range of both
plain nnd figured: 40 inches
wide: in a pretty assortment
PIECES, 55c EACH
Clover Bleach Muslin in a
handsome assortment of
stamped patterns in round
only; ISx-SJ inch scarfs !n
match at each . 55c
SILK SHIRTING. $1.49
36 inches wide in fine
quality Silk Jersey; suitable
for making men’s shirts,
pretty assortment of stripes.
In good quality batiste,
flesh only; cut full; elastic
waist, lace trimmed with
CREPE RE CHINE, $1.89
All silk in all the wanted .
shades; full 40 inches wide. j
Imported Swiss Organdie
40 inches wide in white only; very fine sheer qualitv, ,
permanent finish ; 45 inches wide. 49 C
Regular 75c value; yard.||
Full size, odorless filling,
covered with sateen : pink on
one side, blue on the other.
SILK RIBBONS, 39c
In a wide range of both
plain and fancy pure silk in
widths from 5 to 8 inches
wide; values up to 7->c.
In a nice assortment of
fancy figured cretonne,
LADIES’ SUN AND RAIN
"Slade of guaranteed pure
silk, steel rod, leather, wood
and bone handles; white
bone rib and button tipped:
guaranteed fast color; value
BABY DRESSES, 98c
In either long or short,
bahy laee trimmed neek and
sleeves: lace and insertion
trimmed flounce; extra line
qualitv batiste and nainsook
values* $1.99 to $1.69.
TABLE COVERS, 89c
In highly mercerized hem
stitched border, beautiful
assortment of patterns; size
94 inches square; good linen
LADIES' NECKWEAR, 29c
Large variety to select
from; both separate collars
and sets in linen, gingham
and organdie; values to 98c.
MEN’S SILK HOSE, 69c
In all the wanted colors:
pure silk; double heel and
toe; values up to $1.49.
VO TRANSACTION IS CONSIDERED COMPLETE CNTLL EN
TIRE SATISFACTION HAS BEEN GIVEN
SEW AREN, N. J. PHONE 260 WOODBRIDQE
r——-- “ '
This Is The Last Week
%-IN. MOULDED GARDEN HOSE AT 13V2c PER FOOT
50-Ft. Lengths, Coupled, $6.60
HOW ABOUT THOSE OIL SKIN SLICKER8?
Yellow or Black
Thompson-Goodyear Rubber Corp.
316 Maple Street, Perth Amboy
2169 Perth Amboy
Fifteen Powerful Schools
XEW CLASSES will be formed
for incoming students
DAY and NIGHT
Drake’s can do more for yon
in a given short, time than any
other Business Seerctarial Train
ing School in this part of the
Every Graduate Is Placed in a
NEW JERSEY and NEW YORK
131 Market Street, Newark
3(MI Main Street, Orange
120 Broad Street, Elizabeth
117 Smith Street, Perth Amboy
171 East Front Street, Plainfield
481 Bloomfield Avenue, Montclair
Other Drake Schools in New York,
Brooklyn, Union Ilill, Bnyonnc
anti Jersey City.
Boxes for Sale
Well made ammunition boxes,
rope* handles, make good packing
boxes. Size 10% in. by 10% in. by
23% in . of % in. material. Sold
by the hundreds or in carload lots.
Thone South Amboy 476 or write
Columbia Salvage Corp., South Am
boy, X. J.
MISS RETTA DEATS
Elcctricnl Scalp and Face Massage
Derma Plana and Boncllla Massage
Office hour*. Mon.. Wert.. Frl., 10.30-. p. "
Tuea.. Thura.. Sat.. 10 30-8 p. m.
Board of Trade Bldg., Room 214
Phone 1644 Perth Amboy. N. J.
Locksmith and General Repair Shop
Lawn Mowers Resharpened
Baby Carrlaaea Repaired and Retired
D. IDEKOFF, 30H I1IGU ST.
A. G. SPRAGUE
Authorized agent for K. G. Weld
ing and Cutting Equipment. Acety
lene and all welding supplies. 342
High street. Phone 22S3 Perth
Amboy. N. J.
By Experienced Washers
Called For and Delivered
L. FREEMAN, PROP
147 .Tefferson Street
PERTH AMBOY. N. J.
MILADY'S BEAUTY PARLOR
A. snx. PROP.
HOURS—9 A. li. to 6 P. .L
TUESDAY. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
UNTIL 9 P. M.
70 SMITH STREET
PERTH AMBOY. N. J.
LOUIS DU BOIS WATSON
Applications for Civil War. Spanish
American War and Widow’s Pensions a
Secretary U. S. Veteran Patrol
Tel. 1091 83 Smith St.
CALL DAT OB NIGHT
And Preparations for Birds
RETAIL OR WHOLESALE
The Home Drug Store
285 SMITH STREET
Have You Tried Us? If Not, Give Us a Trial
May Cohen, Prop.
Special Arrangements for Parties and Weddings
337 Madison Ave., Perth Amboy, N. J.
A. H. KOYEN
—Dealer tn AU Kinds of—
u.n. Materials. Sewer Ptpaa.
• r.iniiH CoAE
581*87 SAYRE AV3*
Stone. All Sh-P«* ,
PHOJTE 137# BI».
FELDMAN’S KOSHER MEAT
ISO Fayette Street
BEST NEW YOKK KOSHER MEAT
A Pound, 25c.
RELIABLE JEWELRY SHOP
"All l'hat'a In the Name"
IWOA SMITH ST._TEE. SWS-W
Amboy Taxi Service
1 to 5 Passengers 50c.
Main office and station corner
Slate and Smith Sts.
Headache. R.ll...d by Wl*'1’. ™'"
Glraa I .anaca Ground on the Premuea
I. MANN— Optical Sperlallet
87 Mi Smith Street
196 Smith Street
Perth Amboy, N. J.
Gentle treatment as shown by
modern sclentiflc METHODS
makes It possible to retain both
youth and beauty with natural
looking teeth, built for lasting
DR.D. I. MOSS
139 Smith Steet
Oyer Paris Restaurant.
Hours—» A. M. to 8:80 P. A.
Examinations without charge
Miss White nurse In attendance;
all languages spoken.
A graduated and registered
Lady Doctor of Dental Surgery
is ready to take care of your
MONEY TO LOAN
Amounts Up to $300.00
On Tour Koto. Furniture or Any
Other Security Tou Hare to Offer
Easy WeeKly Payments
AMERICAN FINANCE 00.
OF PERTH AMBOY. ISC.
83 SMITH STREET
N. J. Banking Dept. License No. 120 J
J. RYMSHA. Pr«*.
H.W. KINSEY. Mgr.
When in Need get the Best!
RYMSHA & 00.. INC.
Handle Best Grades of
989 State St. TeL 1313 P. A.
h ■ ^
Factory, Plumbers’, Contractor*’
Largest Supply House In
705W, 520J, 40M, I050R, 111*
“P. A. Hardware (or Service.”
l ■ -
The C. & S. Co.
Caxl C. Christensen A Bona
Wholesale and retail dealera
in all kinds of Mason's
Sheetroek Wall Boards
; Metal Lath, Roofing, Sewer
Prices Right, Prompt
John Noble Pierson it Sou
D»dfM for all trper of Bvlldliff
Raritan Building. Pert ft *«boy. N. J.
LOUIS P. B002
_lift SMITH STREET_
F. B. OVERTON
Wrldfra and Boilermaker*
IT n All Branches
No Job Too Big or Too Small
29! KINO ST. PHONE Mil
J. J. KEENEN
BOILERS. TANKS AND SMOKESTACKS
Sheet Iron Work of All Deaerlptloaa
Electric Welding and Burning
Repairing A Specialty
PHONES—Office. 1404 —Heeldenca, 240*K
386-390 Division St,
And Peanaylvanln Railroad
_ PERTH AMBOY. N. J._
CARPENTERS AND GUILDERS |
Office and Shop: 318 M.dtaon Av.hu. i
E.tlm.t.e Cheerfully Furnt.h.d
B. OILMAN I
CARPENTER BCILDER AND
299 WATSON AVE. TEL. 292 l-K
GRAHAM A McKEON
Excavating. Grading, Etc.. Sand, Gravel
Broken Stone, Carting. Etc.
919 OAK STREET
MUNOZ WAREHOUSE 00.
STORAGE AND TRCCKING
239-23* SHERIDAN ST.
J. B. KUBINAK
IM GORDON 8T. PHONE 14«t
PERTH AMBOY. N. J.
' WIRE ME. AND I'LL WIRE YOU
OEM ERA L ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR
AS BRIGHTON ATE.. FERTH AMBOY
R. L SCHUCK “
Motors and Generators Installed and re
I paired, line construction end Interior wir
ing. Shop and Residence. 449 Compton
| Ave. Tel. 1617._
FLOOR SURFACING OF ALL KINDS
OLD OR NEW FLOORS
Telephone 1332-J Fords. New Jersey
OLD AND NEW FLOOR SURFACING
Makes Tonr Old Floor lawk Like New
All Work Promptly Done
TEL. tHMI-MFORDS. N. 9.
Polished. Plato and Window Glass
224-230 New Brunswick Are. Phone 1 ASk
PERTH AMBOY GLA8S~WORK8
Polished. Plate and Colored Glass
Mirrors and Table Tops
Windshields a Specialty
1M New Brunswick Are., Opp. City Scales
JOHN H. MILJKS
Estimates Cheerfully Furnished
Concrete. Brick A Frame Buildings Moved
ORANT AVE.. FORDS. N. J. TEL. 144»
IRA R. CROUSE
LUMBER AND BUILDING
ttMM DIVISION STREET,
PERTH AMBOY, H. t
Pho&ai Hit and 20»»
T. P. HENDERSON A SON '
Jobbing Promptly Attended to. Cement
Work. Sidewalks a Specialty
326 STATE ST. PHONE 661
CARL C. CHRISTENSEN
MASON AND CONTRACTOR
▲11 Kinds of Cement Work ▲ Speclaltj
Corner State and Paterson Streets
OREISEN A THOMPSON
MASONS AND BUILDERS
H. Orelsen. Room 413. Raritan Building
Phone 1646. Rea Metuchen. Phone 282-W
W. H. Thomason. Long Branch. TeL 661-i
A. R. A. OVERGAARD
Mason and General Contractor
Tel. 752-M. Forda N J.
Next to Postoffice
ROBERT R. BOZZA
General Building Contractor
Mason and Carpenter*—Repair Work
83 BROAD ST. PHONE S4S-M
Perth Amboy, N. J.
GEORGE W. STILLWELL
PLUMBING AND BEATING
HI KING STREET
ptoaa 111 Parth Amboy. N. 1.
JAB. A. SMITH A SON
tn McClellan street
Rear Majostlo Theatre
phone HR Perth Amboy, If. I.
DEALERS AND SHIPPERS OF
ASPHALT ROOFING AND SHINGLES
ONE PROFIT PLAN
Factory Direct to Toa
Slate. Mas aad Tla Roofing
SIS SATRE AVE. PHONE S4S-S
PERTH AMBOlf.N. J.
D. J. WILLIAMS
anen AMD GRANITE MON CM ENTS
S0I-I11 New Brunswick Asa
PERTH AHBOT. N. J.
UeaeneenU. Ileadataaee. Etc.
Corner Am tor Are. and Barclay strse
_Telephone 111! Perth Ambor. N. J.
Perth Amboy Bluestone Oo.
OFFICE SI GORDON FT.
CUT STONE. FLAGGING AND CCBEING
PHONES UtJ AND MS
A. B. MASON
Skylight. Metal Celling. Tinning. Ptpalaas
Furnace aad General Sheet Metal Work
>0 JEFFERSON ST.TEL. SIA
Perth Amhor. ft. J
I 111 RrtMwlck Are. rhom* 1»3J;
Used Car Bargain
7 PASSENGER TOURING
DISC WHEELS—VERY FAS1 i
An Exceptional Buy At
OR BEST OFFER
— Watch Tomorrow’* “SPECIAL”
218 New Brunswick Ave.
Phona 43 Perth Amboy, N. J.
* ——= -■ 4
rn THE UNIVERSAL CAR
And remember—the low
- eat tiret coat, the lowest
I rpkeep and the highest
•sale value of any motor
' oar eater built.
I Unequaled in Value
Equipped with ElectricStartin^"^|;i
and Lighting System, demount- ill <
able rims, extra rim and non
skid tires all around—the Ford
Sedan at $645 is the greatest
motor car value ever produced
—an enclosed car of comfort,
convenience and beauty. Reas
onably prompt delivery. Terms
Dorsey Motors, Inc.
Maple and Fayette Sts., Perth Amboy
Open Evenings and Sundays Phone 366
I FORD OWNERS
We are in a position to give you a Special Combination
Policy on your TOURING CARS AND RUNABOUTS, as
KT" (Total $47.50
Prop. Dam. J ■
On DELIVERY CARS that are rated under Class A:—
Full Collision | Pf - 1 AwH K A
Liability. 1 Otcll J75.jU
Prop. Dam. J *
At the above rates, there is a deduction of Twenty Dol
lars from each and any claim. No claim under Twenty Dol
This is a policy that can t be beat, and if an owner
wants real insurance to protect him against real serious
loss, this is the policy. t
J. Kreielsheimer & Son
133 Smith Street, Perth Amboy, N. J.
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