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Tue#day /"THE MERIT STORE” PERTH AMBOY. N. J.^ Tue,day
4 Hour Morning SALE 8:30 TO 12:30 Only OLIVER TWIST WASH SUITS, 77c. In sizes 3 to 5 years. A nice selection of colors to choose from, good quality, nicely made; made of reggy cloth; value 38c. CHILDRENS j ROMPERS. 69c Just think of it. made of good quality Peggy Cloth, in blue, yellow, green, pink ' and grey, sizes 2 to « years, peg-top pants. Value 98c. | PANTEE DRESSES, 87c. Just the thing for the kiddies these warm days, in pink and blue check gingham; sizes to « years. Value *1.29. INDIAN HEAD. 22c. 1 *8 In. wide linen finished bleached Indian Head; name stamped on every yard. Val ue 25c. OLUNY LACE. 5c YD. i All purs linen in an assort ment of pretty patterns, in lace and Insertion, 1 and 1 in. wide. MEN S SHIRTS. $1.29 Negligee Shirt* of fine woven Madras, in a fine assortment of stripes, odd lot: all sizes, but not of each pattern. Val ue $1.79 to $1.98. PRIME ROSE APRONS. 63c Strap shoulders, tie string, scalloped bottom, all edges finished with white feather stitch braid. In both plain and checks, cut full. Value 75c. SEERSUCKER GINGHAM, 18c. In a good assortment of blue and white stripes, long wear ing quality. 32 in. wide. Value 29c. MEN'S HOSE, 6 Pr. 89c In Brown. Grey. Black. White and Navy, fine lisle; all sizes, double heel and toe. Value 25c. BOYS’ KHAKI PANTS, 87c Made to stand the rough wear that they are put to, all sizes, of heavy quality khaki cloth. Value 9$c. PORCH DRESSES. 93c In plain colors and checks, half sleeves, neatly made, pretty patterns, belted mod els. Value $1.39. TURKISH TOWELS, 9c Ea. Good size heavy thread bleached Turkish towels. Val ue 15c. | GIRDLES, 53c Sport and bathing girdles In flesh only, hooked back, side elactics. all sizes. Value 59c. MEN’S UNION SUITS 79c Closely woven crossbar nain sook. In white, cut full: re enforced seams. Value S9c. SHEETS, $1.10 Full 81 x 90 heavy quality bleached muslin 2H in. hem, free from starch. Value $1.39. 4 Hour Afternoon SALE 1:30 to 5:30 Only BARONETTE SATIN, $2.25 Beautiful eatin lustre. 40 In. wide. In several of the want ed shades. Value $3.59. SILK TAFFETA, 95c | 26 In. all silk black Taffeta, s extra good quality also 36 in. V black Messallne. Value $1.35. REMNANTS OF PERCALE, 17c In a large variety of pret- . ty light pattern In stripes and checks, exceptionally 1 fine quality. Value 35c. t_ . —. TURKISH TOWELS, 39c Ea. j Extra heavy double thread bleached Turkish towels in either plain white or fancy borders; size 31 x 45 in.; ex cellent for the bath. Value 45c. BANDEAU, 43c In both flesh and white, hook back, strap shoulders, all siz es. Value 49c. STEP-INS, 44c Made of flesh color batiste, elastic waist band, lace and medalion trimmed. Value 49c. INFANT'S DRESSE8 97c In extra quality white nain sook and batiste, baby lace trimmed neck and sleeves, in long or short styles lace and insertion flounce. Value (1.39 and (1.69. BOOTT MILLS TOWELS, 19c In plain white, good size, ab sorbent cotton, with hem stitched border. Value 22c. BLACK SILK HOSE, $1.87 Made of extra heavy pure silk double heel and toe, double woven garter top; full fashioned; all sizes, ' Value (2.25. LADIES’ UNION SUITS, $1.47 Athletic Union Suits for wom en, made of fine quality crepe and stripped batiste, cut full, in flesh and white. Value *1.98. KNIT UNION SUITS, 53c In regular and extra sizes, fine quality. Value 59c to 65c. SHIRT WAIST, 88c Dozens of pretty patterns to select from, in white and colors of lawn, organ die, nainsook and madras, i all sizes, plain tailored and ! lace trimmed. Value to *1.50. HAIR PINS Cabinets 200 pair.8c Ready made inside belts. In Black or White.8c Kleinert's Dress Shields. Size 2-3. pair.27c Kurley Kew Hair Wavers, Package.8c Shell Hair Pins, 3 in box, Box . Ho I Where Are | Our Bags? Picture what a feeling j you would have if obliged to ask that question when your vacation destination is reached! There are numerous disasters that might befall your baggage j en route-fire, theft, damage, etc. A Tourist Baggage Insurance policy guarantees you against a financial loss in such a contingency. Ask us about this low cost protection for travelers. FRASER BROTHERS 210 Smith Street Phone 66i> SSSt —■ , A. G SPRAGUE Authorized agent for K. G. Weld ing and Cutting Equipment. Acety lene and all welding aupplles. 342 High street. Phone Z283 Perth *■ *< MEN’S CLOTHING of Quality at a Saving of $5.00 to $10.00 on a Suit L STEEN ji 130 Fayette St. I Juat Off State Street CARS WASHED AND POLISHED Bp Experienced Hubert -ailed For «nd Delivered L. FREEMAN, PROP 147 .Tefferson Street PERTH AM GOT. N. J. ^^—— MILADY’S BEAUTY PABLOB A. 8LLX. PROP. HOURS— 9 A U. to ( P. .L TUESDAY. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY UNTIL 9 P. M :0 SMITH STREET PHONE 882 PERTH AMBOY. N. J. 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. Phone South Amboy 476 or write Columbia Salvage Corp., South Am boy. N. J. MISS RETTA DEATS Electrical Scalp and Face Massage Derma Plaata and Boncllla Massage Offlc. hour. Mon. W.d- Frl.. 10.10-0 o. n To**.. Thor a. Sat- 14 10-1 it m. Board of Trade Bldg., Room 214 ' Phone 1644 Perth Amboy. N. J. | ^^—■» LOCKSMITH Locksmith and General Repair Shop Lawn Mowers Resharpened Baby Carriages Repaired and Retired D. OEMOFF, 30€ HIGH ST. Comer Smith gg”-- . FORD COMMERCIAL BODIES Perth Amboy Auto Body, Co., Ido "Strong BuJlt" In Stock. Price* Very Reasonable. PAINTING, BODY BUILDING, GENERAL BODY REPAIRING Also GENERAL AUTO REPAIRING 893 STATE ST. PERTH AMBOY. N. J. PHONE 1M1 ___ IF YO’J ARE WELL BRED You preserve your dignity and maintain a certain reserve while traveling alone. If any man does a favor for you express your thanks cordially, but do not be too ready to make ac quaintances. If the man who assisted you is well bred he will not presume upon this favor or expect any further rec ognition than your thanks. NOTICE All persons concerned may taka notice that the Subscriber, administratrix, etc., of William S. Jones, deceased, intends to cx exhibit the f.-nal account to the Orphan's Court of tha County of Middlesex, on Fri day the twenty-elxhth day of July. 1922. at 10 A. M .. in the Term of April. 1922. for settlement and allowance, the aame beinc first audited and stated by the Sur rogate. Dated June 24. 1922 GRACE E. MALLET. Administratrix. 15148—«-26—7-3-10-17-24. NOTICE All persons concerned may taka notice that tha subscriber. Administrator, etc., of Mtkloa Dankoa. deceased, intends to ex exhibit his final account to the Orphan's Court of tha County of Middlesex, on Fri day. tha twenty-elxhth day of July. 192*2. at 10 A. M . in the Term of April. 1922. for sett lament and allowance, tha same beina first audited and stated by tho Sur rogate. Dated June 24. 1922 EMIL STREMLAU. Administrator. 15147-0-21—7-2-10-17-24. WIRE ME, AND I’LL WIRE TOD 1997 JOHN MARTIN GENERAL ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOI M BRIGHTON ATE. PERTH AM BO V NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT Notice is hereby given that the flna assessment for the following improve ments. to wit: 1 Alpine Street Curb and Grade, j Keene Street Curb and Grade, Grove Street Curb and Grade. Lawrence Street Curb and Grade, have been prepared and the Commission era of Assessment will meet in the Counci Chambers at the City Hall on Friday. Jun< 30. 1922. at 7:00 P. M. (Eastern Standard Time), to receive and consider any ob | jectiona to the said assessments, and nl [ persons interested or effected by the aaic improvements shall have ample opportu nity to be heard upon the eubject of th< assessments. Dated. Perth Amboy. June 20, 1922. HOBEN C. OLSEN. PATRICK TOOLAN. VALENTINE PREVOZNIAK Commissioners of Assessments. 14966—9-20-26-29. _ LOUIS DU BOIS WATSON NOTARY PUBLIC Applications for Civil War. Spanish American War and Widow’s Pensions i specie ’ >f. Secretary V, S. Veteran Patrol T*J. 1001 83 Smith St CALL SAT OB LIGHT ( “Most Useful” ■ -===== Mary A. Nutting. only woman to receive an honorary degree of Mas ter of Art* at Yale thin year, was presented as an authority on nurs , mg, whose "devotion, courage, faith, skill and magnificent perseverance ! have made her today one of the most useful women in the world." THEATRES At The Ditnias Motion picture thusiasts who ad mired the Prince of Wales during his stay in this country will be af forded an opportunity to witness His Highness' charming personality in the Associated Producers' produc tion, "Devotion," starring Hazel Dawn, which will be shown at the Ditmas theatre beginning today. I.lonized by society's four hundred and feted and dined until the very last moment of his departure, the Prince seen surrounded by a group of notable American captains of in dustry witnessing the Horse Show at Madison Square Garden. New York City. This scene, which was filmed at great expense, is part and parcel of the photodrama telling the story of the ardent love of a young I woman for her husband. Other features of the pictureplay are a number of picturesque scenes showing for the first time in motion pictures the wonderful swimming pool of the Pennsylvania Hotel. New York City, wher- for two days the prominent members of the cast en joyed its privileges while filming scenes for "Devotion." Another magnificent set reveals a society function in which over 2,300 people were used as "extras." Prominent members of the cast supporting Miss Dawn include E. K. Lincoln, the well known character actor, Violet Palmer, Renita Ran dolph. Bradley Parker, Henry G. Sell and Wedgewood Nowell. The story was written and produced un | der the direct supervision of A. J. Bimberg. Two Rig Features at Crescent “The Unfoldment" is announced as the feature attraction at the Cres cent theatre today and tomorrow. It brings back to the screen. Florence Lawrence, supported by a splendid cast. As Katherine Nevin, Miss Law rence portrays a woman of refine ment and culture who is suddenly thrust into the atmosphere of a news paper office where she comes in con tact with life in the rawr. About her she finds people whose good points are entirely overshadowed by their bad points. The newspaper's owner, a supreme egotist, is a grafter; the city editor is a brute and a bully; his brother, crippled of body and embittered of mind, is an atheist. And these people cast an unwholesome influence over others. Katherine believed that if she could show these people to them selves in the light in which others saw them, they would be inspired to higher ideals. There came to her an opportunity to do this through the medium of the motion picture screen. She put her friends in a picture, and accomplished seeming miracles through mental suggestion. A1 Hart, hailed by movie fans the world over as the “admirable vil lain," is seen once more in a play that gives his wickedness and “black character" an opportunity to play havoc with the lives and destinies of the character in “So This is Ari zona." A1 Hart plays the bad man in a story which was recently published in the “All Story Argosy" maga zine and which is said to have been one of the greatest tales ever told in this splendid weekly. Besides Mr. Hart there are seen several star players including Franklyn Farnum, Shorty Hamilton and A1 Hart. “So This is Arizona” is also sched uled to begin its engagement today at the Crescent. At the Strand A shipwreck pictured with all the consummate mastery of D. W. Griffith is but one of the big epi sodes that make “The Fatal Mar riage," starring Wallace Iteid and L illian Gish, and now at the Strand theatre, a drama of truly unusual proportions. It is based upon Lord Tennyson’s immortal poem. “Enoch Arden." which through generations of school children has been memo rized by millions in all parts of the world. The shipwreck in itself is a most thrilling episode. It is done with all the finish and mastery that marks the bigger Griffith produc tions. The great sailing vessel on which Enoch embarks against the wishes of his young wife, meets thundering storms. It is swept fore and aft. The waves lash the hu.l with merciless blows. Enoch and his mates are imprisoned in a cabin but when the huge combers dash against the walls the cabin is swept , into the sea and the men with it. They are carried by some kind fate to an uncharted island where two of the survivors succumb and Enoch alone survives. From this point on the story moves with truly powerful dramatic force. The return of the bearded Enoch to his home, years after his disappearance, to find his wife mar ried to another, is a dramatic mo ment that every one who sees the picture will long remember. S555S Telephone Your Requirements Our Classified Will Do the Rest 137, 1840 A. H. KOYEN —Dealer In All Kinds of— Mason Materials. Sewer Pipes. Cement LEH1UH COAL 681-87 SAYRE AVE. Stone, All Shapes PHONE 137V RES. M6 J FELDMAN'S KOSHER MEAT MARKET 139 Fayette Street BEST NEW YORK KOSHER MEAT A Pound, 26c. —— GRADUATION GIFTS —At the— RELIABLE JEWELRY SHOP "All That's In the Name" 190A SMITH ST. TEL. 383-W Amboy Taxi Service PHONE 1485 1 to 5 Passengers BOc. Main office and station corner State and Smith Sts. EYES EXAMINED Headaches Relieved by Properly Flttvl Glass. Lenaea Ground on ttaa Premises I. MANN—Optical Specialist 87Vi Smith Street -- MODERN j DENTISTRY Gentle treatment aa shown by modern scientific METHODS makes it possible to retain both youth and beauty with natural looking teeth, built for lasting service. DR. D. I. MOSS SURGEON DENTIST. 139 Smith Stieet Over Parts Restaurant. Phone 1778 Hour*—V A. M. to 8:30 P. .A. Examinations without charge Miss White nurse in attendance; all languages spoken. ladies attention A graduated and registered Lady Doctor of Dental Surgery is ready to take care of your toothtroubt*^^^^^^^^^^^ t-' J. RYMSHA. Pres. H.W. KINSEY. Mgr. When in Need get the Best! RYMSHA & GO., INC. Handle Best Grades of COAL 989 State St. TeL 1313 P. A. __ PERTH AMBOY 1 HARDWARE CO. Wholesale Factory, Plumbers', Contractors’ Supplies. Largest Supply House in Centra] Jersey 2100—2101—2102: Night Calls: 765W, 526J, 40M. 1859R, 1310 “P. A. Hardware for Service.” _J f '■ > " 1 . N The C. & S. Co. Carl C. Christensen & Sons SEAMAN STREET Wholesale and retail dealers in all kinds of Mason’s Materials Sheetrock Wall Boards Anty-Hydro Waterproofing Metal Lath, Roofing, Sewer , Pipe COAL Prices Right, Prompt Service TeL 1440 l * -- FOR SALE DOUGLAS FIR 244 pcs. S in. z 12 in. x 22 ft. 488 pcs. 8 in. x 12 in. x 20 ft. *53.00 per M, F. O. B. Kcyport, N. J. Aeromarine Plane & Motor Co., Keyport, N. J. jl FRESH PHILADELPHIA BIRD FOODS And Preparations for Birds RETAIL OR WHOLESALE at the City Pharmacy The Home Drag Store 286 SMITH STREET Corner Oak L-1 Builders' Directory ARCHITECTS John Noble Pierson & Sons ARCHITECTS Designs for all types of Buildings Raritan Building. Perth mboy. N. J. Phone 1030-1931 LOUIS P. BOOZ CfVIL ENGINEER AND SURVEYOR _13* SMITH STREET __ BOILERMAKERS F. B. OVERTON Welders and Boilermakers In All Branches No Job Too Big or Too (small 061 KINO ST. _ PHONE —11 J. J. KEENEN BOILERS, TANKS AND SMOKESTACKS Sheet Iron Work of All Descriptions Electric Welding and Burning Repairing A Specialty PHONES—Office. 1908—Residence. 290-R 386-390 Division St., And Pennsylvania Railroad _PERTH AMBOY. N. J._ CAR RENTERS i'KED CHRISTENSEN CONSTRUCTION 00. CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS Office and 8hop: 218 Madison Avenue Estimates Cheerfully Furnished B. OILMAN CARPENTER BUILDER AND GENERAL CONTRACTOR <60 WATSON AVE. TEL. <071-R DIGGING—TRUCKING GRAHAM 6 McKEON GENERAL CONTRACTORS Ex ca rating. Grading, Etc., Sand. Grnral Broken Store, Carting. Etc. 310 OAK STREET MUNOZ WAREHOUSE 00. STORAGE AND TRUCKING 236-238 SHERIDAN ST. PHONE 460 ELECTRICIANS J. B. RUBINAK ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR 188 GORDON ST. PHONE lttD PERTH AMBOY, N. J. WIRE ME,-AN D ULL WIRE YOU 1997 JOHN MARTIN GENERAL ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR 63 BRIGHTON AVE.. PERTH AMBOY n. u stntiVA Electrical Contractor Motors and Generators Installed and re paired, line construction and Interior wlr I lng. Shop and Residence. 449 Compton Ave. Tel. 1817. FLOOR SURFACING FLOOR SURFACING OF ALL KINDS OLD OR NEW FLOORS J. SUNDQUIST Telephone 1332-J Fords, New Jersey ANDREW DXTDIOS OLD AND NEW FLOOR SURFACING Makes Your Old Floor Look Like New All Work Promptly Done TEL. tIOS-M_FORDS, N. J. GLASS D. DIAMOND GLASS CONTRACTOR Polished, Plate and Window Glass 226-230 New Brunswick Ave. Phone 163k PERTH AMBOY GLASS WORKS Polished. Plate and Colored Glass Mirrors and Table Tops Windshields a Specialty IM New Brunswick Ave.. Opp. City Scales Phone 2173 HOUSE MOVER JOHN H. MILJES HOUSE MOVER Estimates Cheerfully Furnished Concrete. Brick A Frame Buildings Moved GRANT AVE.. FORDS. N, J, TEL, 1441 LUMBER , IRA R. CROUSE LUMBER ANP BUILDING MATERIAL SEWER PIPES 480-500 DIVISION STREET. PERTH AMBOY. N. » Phone. 2094 and 2094 MASONS T. P. HENDERSON A SON * MASON CONTRACTORS j Jobbing Promptly Attended to. Cement Work. 81dewalks a Specialty Estimates Furnished 226 STATE 8T.PHONE 661 CARL C. CHRISTENSEN MASON AND CONTRACTOR All Kinds of Cement Work A Specialty Telephone 442 Corner State and Paterson Streets GREISEN & THOMPSON MASONS AND BUILDERS H. Greisen. Room 413. Raritan Building Phone 1646. Rea Metuchen. Phone 293-W W, H. Thomewn. Long Branch, TeL S61-J A. R. A. OVERGAARD Maaon and General Contractor TeL 762-M. Fords, N J. Next to Postoffice ROBERT R. BOZZA General Building Contractor Mason and Carpenter— Kepalr Work j A Specialty SS BROAD ST. PHONE S45-M _ PerthAmboy,_N. J. ~~ PLUMBING GEORGE W. STILLWELL PLUMBING AND HEATING 187 KING STREET Phon, 771 Partb Amber. N. J. ROOFERS—SUPPLIES JAS. A. SMITH A SON t73 McClellan street Rear Majestic Theatre Phone ISM Perth Amboy. IV. 9. DEALERS AND SHIPPERS OF ASTHALT ROOFING AND SHINGLES ONE PROFIT PLAN Factory Direct* to Too CHRISTIAN ANDERSEN ROOFING CONTRACTOR Slate. Slag and Tin Roofing 571 SAYRE AYE. PHONE 540-B PERTH AMBOY, N. 9. STONE WORK D. J. WILLIAMS MARBLE AND GBANITE MONUMENTS 309-311 New Brunswick Ava PERTH AMBOY. N. J. HEADSTONES_LOT ENCLOSURES EUGENE BOROS MONUMENTAL WORMS Monuments, Headstones, Etc. Corner Amboy Are. and Barclay Stree Telephone 1633 Perth Amboy, N. J. Perth Amboy Bluestone Co. OFFICE »7 GORDON ST. CUT STONE. FLAGGING AND CURBING PHONES 644-J AND 159 SHEET METAL A. B. MASON Skylight. Metal Ceiling. Tinning. Plpeleae Furnace and General 8heet MetaJ Work 90 JEFFERSON ST. TEL. 915 THE COMMERCIAL PRESS PRINTERS Perth Am bey. Jf. J. lil How Brine with Are. These ISM Fortune at Stake in Stamp Suit Milton Carlson, authority on disputed documents, examines an "Ha, wallan Missionary” stamp of two-cent denomination. If genuine. It Is worth $20,000. John A. Klemann. New York dealer who says hs bought 43 of them. Is suing a Los Angeles dealer, alleging the government pro nounced them forgeries. ' tr ■■■■■■■ 1 ^ Today’s “Special” Used Car Bargain DOBT 5 Passenget Sedan 1921 Model S i • ■ An Unusual Value At 1 $950.00 • OR BEST OFFER i Touring “Special” Tomorrow Garretson Company 218 New Brunswick Ave. Phone 43 Perth Amboy, N. J Discounting TLe Count < A COUNT used to be a man in charge of a count of 500 persons to whom he was a sort of overlord. This is not true today because of altered political conditions We still have Counts, but the Count business has changed somewhat. Business, of all kinds, has undergone something of a revo lution. It was not so many years ago that pack peddlers were the sole distributors and transporters of many of the household articles of the day. Their legs set the limit for most distribution problems in those days. Modern transportation, progressive sales methods—and advertising—have broken the shackles of time. They make a speedy job of what used to take years. Through advertising many an article has been introduced simul taneously in stores all over the country. Advertising today is the method used by business to tell ^ you why you should have certain goods and how to iden tify those goods. The advertisements you find here are a truthful catalog of needed merchandise. Articles of all kinds and for all purposes are presented in a pleasant way through the medium of type and picture. The outstanding requirements of every member of the family are met by offers of good merchandise of proved value. ' Use TKe Advertisements For Guidance and You Will Be A Constant Gainer. j » » • . - ■-■■44 .