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TH- EVENING NEWS
Perth Amboy. N. J.
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""^CLASSIFICATION_
announcements
f—Coming Events
•—Personals
20— Lost and Found
AUTOMOBILES
A—,Automobile Agencies
11—Automobiles for Sals ,
U—Auto Trucks for Sals
18—Auto Accessories
l+_G&ragee—Autos for Hire
21— Motorcycles and Bicycles
It—Repairing—8ervice Stations
17—Want c d—Autom obi les
BUSINESS SERVICE
II—Business Services Offered
If— Building—Contracting
20— Cleaning, Dyeing, Renovating
21— dressmaking—Millinery
22— Heating. Plumbing. Roofing
28—Insurance
24—Laundering
21—Moving, Trucking. Storage
28—Painting. Papering. Decorati.ig
27— Printing—Engraving
, 28—Professional Services
80—Repairing
80—Tailoring and Pressing
2i—Wanted—Business Service
; EMPLOYMENT
• II—Help Wanted—Femalv
28— Help Wanted—Male
84—Help—Male or Female
j|—Solicitors. Canvassers. Agents
88—Situations Wanted—Female
87—Situations Wanted—Male
| FINANCIAL
IS—Business Opportunities
80—Investments. Stocks, Bonds
40—Money to Loan
•1—Wanted—To Borrow
INSTRUCTION
, 42—Correspondence Courses
43— Local Instruction Classes
44— Musical. Dancing. Dramatic
45— private Instruction
44—Wanted—Instruction
LIVE STOCK
47—Dogs. Cats. Pets
4* —Horse* Cattle. Vehicles
49—Poultry and Supplies
10—Wanted—Live Stock
MERCHANDISE
It—Articles for Sale
11 A—Barter and Exchange
12— Business and Office Equipment
>2—Boats and Accessories
[14— Building Materials
10— Farm and Dairy Products
16— Fuel. Peed and fertilizers
■JT-*0*Od~Things to Eat
^k^-Home Made Things j
16—Household Goods
•0—Jewelry and Watches
61— Machinery and Tools
62— Musical Instruments
62— Seeds. Plants and Flowers
64—Specials at Stores
61—Wearing Apparel
^^O^Wnntdd—To Buy
ROOMS rOR RENT
67—Rooms With Board
ft—Rooms Without Board
61—Rooms for Housekeeping
TO—Vacation Places
fl—Where to Eat
71—'Where to Stop In Town
93—Wanted—Rooms or Board
i REAL ESTATE FOR RENT
R—Brokers In Real Estate
74—Apartments and Flats
fl—Business Places for Rent
>70—Farms for Rent
77— Houses for Rent
78— Offices and Desk Room
ft—Suburban for Rent
80—Summer Places for Rent
: II—Wanted—To Rent
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
f II—Business Property for 8&le
B* 83—Farms and Land for Sale
84—Hooses for Sale
86—Lota for Sale
B 86—Resort Property for Sale
87—Suburban for Sale
-M—Real Estate for Exchange
j ft—Wanted—Real Estate
jlfagegBsesg - — ' - "
ANNOUNCEMENTS
Funeral Flowere • ~
CLARK THB FLORET—Smith SL. next
to Creecent Theatre Flower, for ell oc
nttoni Child yi»h M *****v_
FKKNC'II'S ILOVV'KR .SHOP—16® Smith
St. Tel. 9ia. Choice ctit flower* in •**»
son Kuneral dralgna. pot plant*. etc._
STRUVE. THE FLORIST—Phone ®84
Palm*, feme. pot plenta. *ut. S
r .ral n ap-<-ialtv SSI Laurie BV.
Loet end Found_!•
tt ALLE1 Loet with owner'll name prjnt
Reward if returned to Room 207.
217 Smith Street, Perth Antboy. Tel.
1720 and 604. ———=====
AUTOMOBILES
\utornobile Agencies_j*
HAYNES^-Sales anrl Service; garage and
repairs Middlesex Motor* Inc. 251
M ill son Ave.. comer Market_8t.
Automobiles For Mole _££
DODGE—Touring, good condition; all new
rubber. Inquire 637 Savre Ave__
PODGE ROADSTER—In good mechanl
cal condition. Bills Brothers. 430 High
Street. _______
"DODGE—Touring car. excellent condition.
prl« o reasonable. Gluck Steel Barrel Co..
foot of South Second Street. City._
pi ipGB dun, full ■ equippi d. Inquire
after 6 I*. M. 636 Jacques St._
i ORD Pouring car; a-1 condition. 340
Neville Street. __
FORD •Touring, seif starter, shocks and
plenty of extras cheap. Inquire 265 Oak
Street, upstairs, between 6 and 7 P. M.
FORD Sedan, 1320*; good shape; good
rubber. Atlantic Garage. 665 Amboy |
Avenue._
Franklin and Oakland cars—
Frankliu-Mlddlesex Co.. 319 Madison
Avenue. Tel. 949.__
Hi |'M<»BILF. Roadster body cheap. Call
1678-J. _ _
LIBERTY—Touring Car cheap. Inquire
364 Stanford St.____
OLDSMOBILE—Touring. 8 cylinder; a-1
condition. Inquire 225 Water Street.
PaTge~Sedan, 1020 7 Passenger
Maxwell Coupe. 1921
Maxwell Touring
11'iO Dodge Touring
CENTRAL GARAGE
225-22 7 New Brunswick Ave. _
8TUDEBAKER—Light Six Touring; like
new; price right. Superior Garaga Co.,
Maple and Fayettei_Streets._>
STDDBBAKERr- Special 6 Touring; re
painted and reconditioned; a very good
buy. J. Arthur Applegate. Studebaker
Distributor. 363 Division St., Perth Am
boy._____
GOOD USED CARS—Garretson Co.. 285
High Street.
board of excise
August 1, 1922
Regular meeting of the Board of Ex
iae Commissioners of the City of Perth
Amboy. N. J . held August 1st. 1922. The
members present were Commissioners
Sc buck, Flynn and Dorian.
Owing to the absence of the President,
motion prevailed that Commission Schuck
net as Chairman of the meeting.
On motion the reading of the minutes
i>f the previous meeting was dispensed
with, and the minutes approved as re
corded. _
Motion prevailed that, the Chief of Po
lice be requested to have a careful check
-if all billiard and pool rooms taken, and
submit same to this Board as soon as
possible.
On motion the Board adjourned.
A. E. GRAHAM,
16206—8-3-lt Clerk.
P. _!■ J—L!
FIRE ALARM BOXES
21—Gordon uid Meade streets
23— Madison Ave. and Paterson 8t.
24— Market and Sheridan Streets
25— Smith Street and Central R. R.
26— Market and First Streets
27— Raritan Copper Works
28— High and Lewis Streets
34— Madison Avenue and 8mlth Street
35— Smith and High Streets
36— New Brunswick Ave. and New Street
37— Smith and State Streets
41— -Standard Underground Cable C<x
42— Atlantic Terra Cotta Works
43— Buckingham Ave. and Hartford St.
46—Commerce and Front Streets
46— State and Washington Streets
47— High and Washington Streets
62—Cortlandt and Easton Streets
53—Division and William gtreets
64—State and Buckingham Ave.
66— Parker 8L and Pulaski Ave.
6„—Hall Ave. and Charles Street
67— State and Wayne 8treetf
68— Near Lead Works
69— Maurer
62— Washington 8treet and Park Avenue i
63— New Brunswick Ave. and Elm Street
64— Smith Street and Watson Avenue
6 5—Commerce and State Streets
72— Front and 8m!th Streets
73— Water and Gordon Streets
74— Kearny Ave. and Gordon Street
81—Brace and Hanson Avenues
8 2—Smith and Herbert Streets
83— Amboy Ave. and Washington St.
84— Lehigh Ave. and Stanfor 1 Street
86—Near City Hospital
86—Cleveland and Brace Avenuee
37—Amboy and Hall Avenuee
92— Amboy Avenue and Inslee Street
93— Lawrence and Francie Streets
94— Neville and Johnstone Streets
SPECIAL CALLS
13— Washington Hose Co.
14— McClellan Engine Co.
15— Protection H. A L.
16— Eagle Hose Co.
17— Libert, H. A L.
22—Lincoln Engine
44— Garfield Hose
333—Entire Department.
AUTOMOBILES
\iitomohlle* For Sale _II
GOOD USED CA RS—Jefferson Moto.«
Inc., 160 New Brunswick Avcnuo_
USED-CARS
r«*o Speed Wagon; good condition.
9300
1921 Dodge Sedan, wire wheels, estra
tire; like new. 91000.
Franklin Touring Car; newly painted
in good mechanical condition. 9600
SEXTON'S GARAGE
Tel. 181
USED CA"R SALK
DORSEY MOTORS INC.
We are marking them down this week
to i lean them out. We need the space.
Ford runabout; good condition. 185.00
Ford Coupe; a bargain 9225.00.
Ford Delivery. 9140.00
Dodge 1921 Panel Delivery. 9395.00
1821 Chevrolet ••490" Touring. $200
1922 Chevrolet *'490" Touring, almost
new. $450.
Podge Touring. $225
Dodge Touring, $150
Many others
DORSEY MOTORS. INC..
Maple and Fayette Sts. Near P. O.
Ford Dealers
Thone 366 Perth Amboy
Open Evenings
We Close Saturday at Noon
USED CARS
Dodge Bros. Touring Car, 9275
1 d 1 k Studebaker, 9150
Dodge Bros. Panel Delivery, 9375.
FRANK VAN SYCKLE
153 New Brunswick Avenue
Auto Trucks For Sale 12
FORD—Truck. 976.oo7 682 Linden Ave..
Wood bridge. N. J.
1 Wilson ton tru?k, good condition,
new rubber; also
1 Ford runabout, business body.
Look them over and make offer
U. S. CARTRIDGE CO.,
Maurer, N. J.
Auto acfwtonw_ i:T
BATTERIES—2 year guarantee, uncon
ditional; a new Ray Battery if your old
one goes wrong within 2 years. What
other battery dares to do this? Chrte
Johnson. 163 New Brunswick /. v«.
LINOLEUM—For running boards and
floor boards. S. Goldstein A* Sons. 315
Madison Ave., floor coverings and bed
dlng. _ ___ _
TIRES—For sale; Goodyear. Goodrich,
Michelin, Fisk and United States. F. K.
Martin. 145 New Brunswick Ave.
WILLARD ALL RUBBER-BATTERIES—
For wireless with threaded rubber Insula
tion. Battery & Motor Service Station.
149 New Brunswick Ave. Tel. 1885.
__”. . . _ —»
A2f ORDINANCE
An Ordinance Authorizing the Issuance of
$2,500.00 Library Bonds of the City of
Perth Amboy.
BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY' OF
PERTH AMBOY:
(1) That pursuant to the act of the
legislature of the State of New Jersey,
approved March 22, 1916, constituting
Chapter 252 of the Laws of 1916, as
amended, bonds of the City of Pertli Am
boy, to be known as Library Bonds, are
hereby authorized to be issued in the ag
gregate principal amount of $2,500.00 for
the purpose hereinafter stated, for which
purpose It is necessary to raise said amount
of money. Said bonds shall be of the de
nomination of $500.00 each, and shall be
numbered consecutively from 1 to 5. In
clusive. They shall be dated September
1st, 1922, and shall bear Interest from
their date at the rate of fi-ve per centum
(5%) per annum, payable semi-annually
on the first day of March and September
In each year until maturity, and Afrall ma
ture In order as numbered, begintt^g with
bond No. 1 and In five annual installments
or series of $500.00 each, payable on the
first day of September in each of the
years 1923 to 1927, Inclusive.
(2) The money to be raised by the Is
suance of said bonds shall be applied to
the purpose of paying for the reconstruc
tion of portions of the Public Library
Building and for equipment for said
building
(3) The following matters are hereby
determined and declared pursuant to t$3
Statute:
<a) That the average period of useful
ness of the improvements and properties
for which bonds are hereby authorized to
be issued is ten (10) years.
(b) The average assessed valuation of
the taxable real property, including im
provements. of said city, computeuupon
the next preceding three valuations there
of In the manner provided by Section 12
of said Chapter 252 of the Laws of 1916,
as amended, is $25,181,838.
(c) The net debt of said city in the man
ner provided In said section is $1,560,479.16
(d) The annual and supplemental debt
statement required by said Section 12 has
been made and filed by the city clerk as
required by said act.
(e) There shall be levied In each 3 ear
while any of the said bonds shall be out
standing In the same manner and at the
same time as other taxes, a tax upon all
the taxable property of the said city suf
ficient to produce the amount of principal
and Interest to mature In the succeeding
year; and said bonds shall be sold by the
city treasurer In accordance with the stat
ute, who shall have the power to fix the
necessary details.
(f) This ordinance shall take effect upon
Its publication, as provided by said statute
and the city clerk shall have power to,
select the newspaper in which It shall be.
published, and to specify the date after
which the bonds shall be Issued and de
livered.
The foregoing ordinance was Introduced
and passed on first reading at the meeting
of the Council of the City of Perth Amboy.
N. J.. held July 17, 1922. and will be
taken up for second and third readiogs
and final passage at the meeting of the
council to be held August 7, 1922, In the
Council Chamber, City Hall, Perth Amboy,
N. J.
; Dated. July 20, 1922.
A. E GRAHAM.
' 15833—7-20-21-8-3-5. City Clerk.
THE OLD HOME TOWN
' 1 MARSHAL OTEY WALKER WAS SO BUSY j ^***%
% WATCHING THE SUSPICIOUS STRANGER
j T^T TWO ROUGHLY PRESSED MEN SUPPED IMTPTPWN UNSEEN
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practically indispensable.
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venient.
That’s the strong point of the News’ Classi
fied Advertising service. The ads are system
atically arranged to avoid waste effort and
gain immediate satisfaction in referring to any
particular ones among them.
Real accommodation means that wants not
only must be filled, but with the greatest pos
sible ease and dispatch.
The A-B-C and 1-2-3 order of the individual
ads and the scores of interesting Classifications
in the Classified Section makes this part of the
paper popular as well as profitable.
Start the habit of reading the Classified ads
every day!
AUTOMOBILES
— Citruge*—A lit oh lor Hire I >
GARAGE—Private. Improved. $5.00. In
quire 458 Park Ave.. upstairs_.
JOES TAXI—Phone 2020. Day and
Night service. Cara to hire for weddfus*
funerals, etc. 426 Divjslon Street.
PRIVATE GARAGE—Inquire Newark
Hardware Store. 399 State Ht. Tal
236-G.
Motore.veleH und III* yrlee 1*
HARLEY DAVIDSON—Motor« v. - <n<l
aide car; twin cylinders. 211 Frent St. __
Repairing—Service Station* ft
AUTO TOPS—Made and Repaired. J I*
Johnson. 165 New Brunswick Avenue
Telephone 1087._ .
AUTO TOPS—Recovered and repaired,
running board covering J.de curtains *nd
ail kinds of trimmings j\ care P Gut
hoff. 184 Now Brunswick Ave_Ttl 1680
AUTO BODY BUILDERS—Bus and con -
merclal; auto painting xnd . *nerei
blacksmlthing; agent for Goodrich olid
truck tires. Toft A Fryer. 427-33
East Ave. Tel. 2381. __
AUTO RADIATORS—Bodies and fenders
repaired. Federal Auto Radiator Works
190 New Brunswick^ Ave. Tel. 1360
AUTO PA INTTnG— Andersen A- Klein.
Telephone 1378. W Main St. an.i Grant
Ave., Fords^ N._J______
AMERICAN OARAGE—Beet equipped *e
pair shop in town; day. night service.
Supplies and acceaaorlea. call 1681.__
AlITO FAINTING—John P. Jacko Auto
mobile. Truck and Wagon Painter. 305
Laurie Street. Jitney Bus painting •
specialty _ __
COUNTY BRIDGE GARAGE—First class
auto i epairing, storage, car washing,
auto wrecking; open day and night. Tel.
224.1,
ELECTRIC REPAIRING — GeneratoiB
starters, armatures rewound, motor wind
ing our specialty. K. & K. Electric Co
149 New Brunswick Ave Tel. 606.
FRANK hTFdAl—Commercial autornobi le
body builders and repairers; automobile
painting, specializing on touring, com
mercial cars. 469 ptvislon 8t. Tel. 793*J.
HIGH ST. GARAGE—Expert repairing,
overhauling; pleasure cars, trucks car
bon burning; automobile supplies. 342
High Street. Phone 2238. A. A. Maurer.
JACOB & MORROW—Auto Repair Co
distributors for Middlesex County .esldon
Motor Trucks; 1V* to 5 tons 340 Pros
pect St._^hojne_2066_____
JOHN L). UKiWtUU-auiu ...s.
plete overhauling. See me about re
grinrilng your cylinders. 216 Gordon St.
MAJESTIC AUTO SERVICE—Joe Lomax
Prop. Complete overhauling a specialty
and general auto repair shop. 226 First
St. Tel. Day. Perth Amboy 98; Night.
Woodbridge 252-R._
NORTH AMBOY MOTOR CAR EX.—Gen
eral overhauling, repairing, towing. S. J.
Glatstein, 746 State St. Tel. 1816.
NOTICE TO FRANKLIN OWNERS—Ex
pert repairing and overhauling done at
reasonable prices, estimates given on all
kinds of work by former Franklin Ser
vice man. We do expert work on any
make automobile. Call P. A. 755-J. W.
D. Roberts. 240 High St.
PERTH AMBOY AUTO WRECKING CO
—184 Fayette St. 183 New B-inswlck
Avenue. Tel. 1394._
BUSINESS SERVICE
Business Services Offered_i*
ALPINE SERVICE STATION—Gasoline,
oils and accessories; Longwear Tires and
Tubes. 829 Amboy Ave. Tel. 66-M.
AMBOY AWNING CO—Now under own
ership of Chris Slndet. Only office 287
Prospect Street. Phone 829.
AMBOY SIGN—And Advertising Co., signs
anywhere and any kind. 81 Smith
Street.
BLACKSMITH—And practical horseshoei
wheelwright and body builder. Chaa J
Yenk. 269 New Brunswick Ave. _
DUBLIN SHOE REPAIRING SHOP—
Now located at 192 Broad St., formerly
277 Smith St. Expert service, lowest
prices; all work guaranteed._
HL MINDSZENTHY—Steamship Ticket
Agency 167 Hall Ave. Telephone No
642_ __
STEAMSHIP TICKETS—And money for
warding. See Horkay & Resko. 313
Maple St., opposite Post Office. Tel. 1837
TAMPA DAILY TIMES—Tampa. Florida
Want ads one cent per word; Florida'f
greatest dally classified medium. Writs
us for complete rate card.
WINDOW SHADES—Made to order; any
size, any style. Gimpleman Broe.. 331
State Street_Tel. 1728 __
' BuI Id i ng—tont meting_19
V WT HUFF—Electrical Contr. Jtor. re
liable work, reasonable jsttm te Wlr
lug. fixtures lamps. 70 Woodbridge Ave.
Tel. 627 Woodbridge. N J __
Cleaning. Dyeing. Renovating_ij)
CHAPMAN CARPET CLEANING CO.—
Rugs. Carpets cleaned. Shampoo Process
Tel. 26. 149 Henry St.. South Amboy.
CLEANING—Alterations. Dyeing. Prey
ing. prices moderate. 8. Epstein. 3§6
Madison Ave._Below Majestic._
RUG CLEANING—And repairing; Armen
lan Process. Call for. delivered. Armen
lan Rug Co.. 288 Hobart St. Te. 423.
TAILORING—Dyeing and cutting ladles
and gent’s garments cleaned, pressed and
repaired. P. Palo. 291 State Street.
MIDDLESEX COUNTY
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS
In the Mutter of the Petition of John
Teriicak to have u Mortgage Cancelled
of Record.
NOTICE
To KNUD HOG BERG, his heirs, devisees,
representatives or assigns:
Take notice that you at« required to
show cause before His Hoc.o . Peter F
Daly. Esq.. Judge of the Court of Conitron
Pleas, of the County of Middlesex on tue
eighth day of September. 1922. at the
Court House at New Brunswick. N. J .
County aforesaid, at 10 o'clock in the fore
noon (Daylight Saving Time) or as soon
thereafter as the Court can attend to the
matter, why a certain mortgage should
not be cancelled of record, to wit: Mort
gage glvtn by James Christian Peterson
and Anna, his wife, to Knud Hogberg
dated October 26. 1888. and registered in
I the Clerk's Office of Middlesex County oa
November 8. 1888. at 10:25 A. M. In Book
107 of Mortgages on page 3|2 on the
ground that such nioitgage has besn
fully paid and satisfied and that no in
terest has been paid or the principal re
duced in any amount.
Dated the 17th day of July. 1922.
MORRIS GOLDBERGEU.
| Attorney for Petitioner.
Room 213 Raritan Building.
Perth Amboy, N. J.
I US15—T-20-37-I-I-10-1T
BUSINESS SERVICE
Dressmn king—Millinery_ti
HEMSTITCH I NO-^Kh rt class, button cov
ering and machine Dleatlng. B. Stark. 307
Smith Street. ___
Heating, Plumbing and Roofing_ll
PLUMBING— Damgaard~ <* Buote. Beat
ing and gas Attlng Jobbing promptly at
tended to. estimates furnished. 808
Elm Street. Phone 2081.__ _
PLUMBING—8. L. Bulvanoskl. plumbing
banting, gas Oting and tinning in all Its
branches, ail work promptly done. 6«0
Charles Street. Phone 1406_ _
ROOFING—H. C. Smith. Jr., slate, slag
looting and tinning; waterproofing. 123
125 Madison Avenue. Tel. 1660.
STEAM HEAT—Bath, toilet, oipeleas fur
nace installed on monthlv payments. F.
J. Larkin. 267 McClellan St._Tel 614.
TINSMITH—And Sheet Metal Work, all
kinds of repairing. Adolf Nasal. *31
State St. Tel. 2346. _
f INSMITH—Roofer. Leaders. Gutters and
all kinds of metal Work. B. Markowits
296 Smith Street^ Tel. 1879-W. _
Moving. Trucking. Storage 1-*
AUTO TRUCKING—C. ^orup. transfer
and auto trucking, storage, furniture and
pianos moved; city and country. 336
8tate Street Phone 2176 _ _
EXPRESS—-And trucking. 'ocal and long
distance. J J Sldenburg 377 Division
St Phone 863-J _
HAULING—Andrew Anderson. Trucking
engines boilers, machinery. -:afea 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 Kadln. express and storage,
long distance moving with care. 204
New Brunswick Ave. Phone 1676_1882
MOVING—LeppeVs Express; transporta
tion between Perth Amboy and New
York; move in city or country. 3W6
Washington St. Phone 2318 _
TRUCKING—Eagle Motor Transportation
Co., heavy trucking. 340 Prospect flt
Tei 2066
TRUCKING—John Garde'll, transfer, autc
trucking storage furniture; piano, mov
ed country, city 180 Madison Ave Tel 47?
Painting, Papering and Decorating lit
DECORATING—A P. Barrier; Painter
and Paper Hanger; work guaranteed
reasonable prices; estimates g’ven. 12S
So 1st St phone 643-W
Professional Services W
PIANO TUNINU—And Repairing; lira:
class work. C. 8telnhatl»er. 315 State
St Tel. 1364-M _ _
" Repairing and Ilellnl.hliig_~y
CLAUSEN’S LEATHER GOODS f'TORB—
If It ia made of leather we have It or
make It; also repair suit cases, bags
trunka basket balls, guo caaea belts. 1C
Phone 41- W 143 New Brunswick Ave
COLONIAL CABINET WORKS—For cab
inet making, upholstering and carpet
cleaning 388 State St. Tel 538-M._
UPHOLSTERER — Overstuffed furniture
repaired and recovered: springs reset
John J Galvin. 398 Park Ava. Tel. 1847-M
UPHOLSTERING—And Furniture ^Pair
ing of every description 1* L. Braid
wond. 589 High Street Phone 181_
EMPLOYMENT
Help Wanted—Female 18
BUTTON SEWER—On men * shirt*. Ap
ply Cohen and Flslikin Mfg. Co., 319
Madison Avenue. _
CHAMBERMAID—Steady position. Hotel
Madison. 278 Madlaon Avenue._
CIGAR MAKERS AND BUNCH MAKER'
—General Cigar Co.. Johnstone and Na
villa Streeta.__
CIGAR MAKERS AND BUNCH MAKER:
—Garcia Grande Cigar Co.. 737 Cortlandt
Street.____
CLOSERS—On mens shirts. Cohen &
Flahkin Mfg. Co., 319 Madison Avenue.
COOK—And waitress. Apply Woodbrldge
Hotel. Woodbrldge. N. J.____
GIRL—To take care of baby. Apply Bar
ber Shop. Fords; at switch._
GlRI.—For general housework. J. Kan
nofsky. 430 Page Ave., Tottenvllle. S. I.
GIRLS—Wanted at General Cigar Co..
Johnstone and Neville Streets__
GIRL—For general housework. 371 New
Street.____
GIRL,—About 14 or 15 years old to mind
baby evenings. Call mornings. 167
Brighton Avenue.
,iRL—For general housework. Apply
161 State St reet._ _
GIRLS—On Union Special Double Needle
Machines. Cohen & Fishkln Mfg. Co..
319 Madison Avenue.___
gTrL—For light housework. Mrs. Napear
274 Davidson Avenue._
GIRL—Or woman for general housework.
$60.00 to $60.00 monthly: small family.
163 State Street, downstairs.
LADIES—To canvas* orders for high
grade bungalow and rubberized aprons.
Experience not necessary. Attractive
sample line sent free. Perfect Fit Sup
ply House. Lawrence. Mass.
OPERATORS AND FINISHERS—Exper
ienced on ladles' silk dresses good pay.
Steady work all year round. Apply
Perth Amboy Manufacturing Co., 380
New B’-unswlck Avenue.
SALlSSljAi-».lEjO-Appij v . »» • nuwiwvi tu
Co.. 86 Smith Street.
SALESWOMEN—Permanent position to
right parties Address "Box C.” News.
SETTLED WOMAN—For general house -
work. Apply 7 Washington Hoad, Par
lin. New Jersey.
STENOGRAPHER—With knowledge ol
office work. Apply giving experience
and references. Address Box S6. News.
WOMEN, 2—To wash dishes. Palace
Hotel.__ _,
Help Wanted—Male_**3
BOOTBLACK--“Experienced. Greiner's
Barber Shop. 185 Smith Street._
DOCK BUILDERS=-$7.00 a day. Apply
Rhodes & Manvel. Carteret Ferry Go..
Carteret. N. J.__
HELPER—On automobile truck. Apply
to S. J Harris, care Potts & Kaufman.
226 Washington Street.
STENOGRAPHER—With knowledge of
office work. Apply giving experience
and references. Address Box 55. News.
YOUNcT MAN—With experience in gent's
furnishings and clothing store, kindly
state salary and experience. Address
■■R. C. T.** Care News.__
YOUNG""MEN—To learn hat trade; steady
position. Tottenvilie Hat Works, Inc.,
SI Johnson Ave., TotUnville, 8. L
A
EMPLOYMENT_
Help Wanted—Male41
MECHANICS
BOILERMAKERS AND HELPERS
BLACKSMITHS
MACHINISTS
WELDERS
1 TINSMITHS
IRONWORKERS.
STEEL AND WOOD CAR
REPAIRMEN.
ALSO STATIONARY
ENGINEERS.
FIREMEN.
For Baltimore & Ohio R. R. Open
Shop. Free Board and Transporta
tion. Call with Clothes, Ready for
work.
PAY STARTS WITH ENGAGEMENT
AGENCY; 637 6TH AVE.
NEW YORK CITY
SEVERAL MEN—For operating nitrating
wringer*. Apply Hercules Powder Co.,
t Parlin, N. J.__
Help Wanted—Male~and Female 34
AMBOY EMPLOYMENT AGENCY—Male
and female help supplied for all types of
work. 224 Smith Street, odp. C. R. R.
Station. Tel. 1962._ .
Solicitors, Canvassers, Agents 36
LOCAL REPRESENTATIVE
Wanted—The world's largest makers of
genuine allk hosiery are enlarging their
organization clue to tremendous demand.
An opportunity for the llne*t type of
representative is thereby created. The
representative in each locality can build
PERMANENT business, in virtual par
tnership. without Investment. He is also
suppoi ted by a national advertising cam
paign. In the Saturday Evening Post of
August 6 the type of representative we
are always glad to talk to is described.
If you think you can qualify bring your
references to our office. We have some
good openings for the right men. Real
Silk Hosiery Mills. Room 421, Raritan
Building. Perth Amboy._
MEN, 2—Unusual opportunity for 2 men
of character who want to advance to
manager’s positions; experience not
necessary. We train you our way while
you are earning; references required. Call
between 3.30 and 6.30 P. M. Room 217
217 Smith Street. __
SALESMAN—Experienced. Apply 141
North Broadway. South Amboy. N. J.
Situations Wanted—Female_Ht>
STENOGRAPHER—Desires position in
lawyer’s office; some previous experience.
Moderate salary. Box 44. Care News._
WOMAN—Middle aged, desires confine
ment cases; nursing by day or week.
196 Paterson Street._
Situations Wanted—Male_31
SALESMAN—And expert repairman on all
makes of phonographs wishes position
anywhere. Box 38, Care News._
YOUNG MAN—Double-entry bookkeeper,
6 years experience. Address "Z.” Newr
riNHNUIML
Business- Opportunities _6b
CONFECTIONERY STORE—For sale
cheap; good location. ’‘A.** Care News.
DRESSMAKING ^TAILORING STORK—
And rooms in rear; reasonable. Inquire
283 Elm Street__
SHOE REPAIRING BUSINESS—For sale,
fully equipped; owner going to Europe.
For appointment call on premises, 51
Smith Street. __
Money To Loan ^
MONEY TO LOAN—Ub to $300 on note
or any other security. Raritan Loan Socle
ty. Room_202. Raritan Bldg. Tel. I860.
MONEY TO LOAN—On household furni
ture. legal Interest; loans $50.00 up to
$300.00. hours 9 to 6. 8at.. 9 to 12. Call,
•write or phone Perth Amboy 1961. Mu
tual Finance Co.. Inc.. Room 306 Raritan
Building. 175 Smith Street._
MONEY—We have money to Invest on
Bonds and Mortgages on Perth Amboy
Property. Margaretten tb Lobel. Inc.
Raritan Building Tel. 650._
MONEY LOADED—On short term mort
gage acceptances, or any good collateral
strictly confidential. Room 312. Raritan
Building. Tel. 1686.
MORTGAGE MONEY—We have good in
vestments from $1200 to 57000 on first
mortgage. City. W'ood bridge and Fords
What have you to invest? Conard ♦.
Compan . 102 Smith Street, Perth Am
boy. N. J.__
INSTRUCTION
Music, Dancing, Dramatic -14
GIBSON STUDIO—No play no pay; free
mandolin with 10 lessons, for $16. Kog- ,
era. 224 Smith St. Tel. 1952.
GILL SCHOOL OF MUSIC—Violin In
structions a specialty; Instruments fur
nished free. 81 8mltb St.. Perth Am
boy. N. J.j
LIVE STOCK
Horses, Cattle, Vehicles*8
FRESH COWS—And 8prlngers for sale at
any time, extra good milkers; always
large stock on hand. J. Zlotkln. Free
hold, N. J. Tel. 168-W.
Poultry and Supplies41*
CHICK FEED—And butter milk chick
mash. Clemenseu’a. Tel. 682. prompt
deliveries.
CHICK FEED—Scratch. corti. laying
maah, oyster shell. Agent Dr. Peter's
Kurlko. 405 Lawrle 8tre»t. Tel. 2045.
GIANT COCKERELS—400 Jersey black;
3 months old; Marcy’s strain: $1.40 each.
Robert L. Stokesbury, Marlboro, N. J.
Tel. Freehold 116-F-42.
PERTH AMBOY FLOUR & GRAIN CO.—
Dletrlbutoi Pratt’s Chick Feed and Baby
Chick Mashes. 359 New Brunswick Ave.
Tel. 1350._
Wanted—Live Stock_W
GOOD HOME—Wanted for Police an 1
Airedale pups. T. W. Price, New Bruns
wick._
MERCHANDISE
Article For Sale_5k
ART PICTURE—Picture frame, noveitv
and gift shop. J. Caplk. Prop., now lo
cated at 194 Smith St., formerly 368 State
8treet. _
ASH CANS—Galvanised. 60c each; no
deliveries. Gluck, foot of South Second
Street.___
BENCHES—Vases. Peru Boxes and Gar
den Furniture of all descriptions furnlan
ed by the Fords Art 8’.one Works. Fords
Tel. 1378-R.
LEATHER—Oak soles and crapa. We
carry a full line of cobbler's Jools and
supplies for home uee. P. Barblerl 404
406 State 8treet.
NATIONAL LEATHER CO.—Leathers.
polishes, shoemakers' supplies retail at
wholesale pricea 240 Smith 8L. opp.
C. R. R. Station. Tel. 907,__
OILSKIN CLOTHING—We carry oilskins
of all kinds. Thompson-Goodyear Rub
ber Corp. 315 Maple 3t. Tel. 2169.
OLD MATRICES—H«U preaaed card
board newspaper mat*—dimension, .am.
a. thi. printed page. Be.t poaalble lin
ing (or Inside of poultry lousea garage,
or (or sheathing atucco house* Keeps
out the cold. Large supply on <and.
pr|c0 91.00 a hundred. Call at P'-nlne
Neel Office-_
TRAVELING BAGS—Genuine leather.
91 75 Bargains In baseball good* Osh
in. racala S. Perlmuuer, 199 Smith Ft
WALL PAPER—Direct from mill to you.
no middleman-, profit; save 60%. Alao
a full line of high grade palate and ear*
nlabea N. *. Wall Paper Co.. 900 State
St. Tel. 1723_Free Delivery_
WALL RADIATORS—Assorted sizes of
steam pip -nd pulleys. H Goldberg,
between New Brunswick Avenue, and
L. V. R. R.
p—Inces and Office Equ.pment 92
CASH REGISTER—Computing Scale* Sll
dne machines. Electric aiial Chopper*
Co*ee Mills Fendt 324 State Street.
SWIVEL OFFICE CHAIRS—At a aacrlflca
J. Miller. 346 State Street._
‘ Boots and Acree.nrlee_»*
c-at BOAT—-Crosby built; well found
bargain. Seen at dredge, Lewla Ship
yard, Sewaren.__.
MOTOR-BOAT—20 ft. long, perfect Ren
dition. Apply Walter H. Htgglne, Sa
waren, N. J,
MERCHANDISE
Bolldlng Materials_^
ELIZABETH HARDWARE CO.—The
home of quality hardware. Prices In
keeping with market. Telephone 120.
137 to 141 New Brunswick Avenue.
GENERATOR—Kelsey, warm air with
cellar pipes and registers; reasonable. In
quire M. Oast, Room 312. Raritan Bldg.
HARDWARE—Toole; Paint a Oils. Var
nishes. Wall Paper. Painters Supplied
Max Qoidfarb. 811 Stats St Phone 661.
LUMBER—Mason material. hardware.
wall boards, roofing and paints. J. M.
Sorensen. 601 Sayre Ave. Tel. 1*69._
PAINTS—Atlantic Leaa. Linseed Ul»
Pierce'# Ready Mixed Paint. S3 00 gallon
8. Koch. 363 State St Phone 1316.
VARNISH AND STAIN—In on* applica
tion. See The Jon lee Co.. Paint Head
quarter* 184 Smith St. Phone 1S80. .
Farm amPPalryFroducU jj
MILK—Perth Amboy Milk Co. alwaye at
your service. Deliveries everywher#
Demand our products from your dealer
or grocar. _____
MILK AND CREAM—For your health's
sake demand Reder Bros, from your milk
man or grocer or Tel. 1983.
Good''Things to Eat if
BREAD—Eat that so homelike Aunt Mar
tha Bread; sold at all grocer* 81m
men's Model_Bakery._ .
COZEE CONFECTIONERY—192 Gordon
Street .Theodore Christine. Telephone
your orders for Reid’s Ice Cream; oulck
service by car Phone 1639-R. _
DELICATESSEN—Salad* cooked meats,
all good things to eat. Majestic Dell
eatessen 1*2 Smith 8t_Tel. 1634._
Household Goods qj?
AMBOY FU RNITURE HOUSE—Furnish
es your home right at the right price.
219 Smith St., near Map la __
BABY CARRIAGE—In good condition.
Inquire 634 Jaques Street.
BABY CARRIAGE—High grade, slightly
used. 265 State Street. __
"ELECTRIC WASHER—Used good orde.
Kelly & McAllnden Co.. 74 Smith St.
FURNITURE—Campers and Bungalow
Owners Attention We can supply all
your needs In furniture, bedding etc., at
slash d prices: new and second hand
stock; cooking utensil* etc. Delivery by
motor truck to door. H. Miller. 639
State Street _ .
HOUSEHOLD GOODS—Inquire 82 Mar
ket Street.___
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE—Call Phone
762 after 6:30 P. M._
IRON BED—Whited Inquire 74~Madison
Avenue._______
"MATTEESSES— Renovated, latest sterilis
ing process; cotton $2; hair S3. Standard
Bedding Co.. 422 Park Ave. Phone 801
OLIVER BURNERS—Make your coai
.stove an oil-gas Btove. cooking, heating.
See demonstration. 333 Maple Street.
REFRIGERATOR—Slightly used; all
white enameled. $27. Kelly & McAlin
don Co.. 74 Smith Street._
TABLE—Chair*-'Turkish rocker, dresser
and bed. Mrs. Hanson. 344 Oak St._(
USED ICE BOX—Couch, 2 complete beds,
cheap. 424 State Street, Dry Goods Store.
Tel. 1664._
Machinery and Tools til
MOTORS AND GENERATORS—AM kln.is
of A. C. and D. O.. also rewinding and
repairing promptly attended to. P«rth
Amboy Storage Battery & Electric Co.
266 Madison Ave. Tal. 1807
Musical Instruments_62
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS—All kinds, ac
cordions and old violins, watches, vou
will find at 401 State St. L. Ettlnger.
PLAYER PIANO—Brand new. 12 selected
rolls and bench. Brunton Plan" Co.
204 Smith Street.___
STEGER PIANOS—And Player Pianos,
the best In town; your credit is good. J.
SmerlinK- I1H Smith Street.__
SeedsT Plants and Flowers_«3
GRAPE VINES—Place your orders now
for currants, trees, hedges. Also gardens
laid out. hedges trimmed etc. Carl Job.
Vineyard. Richmond Valley, S. I._
Specials at the Stores _W
CLOTH ING—For the entire family; lit
eral credit. Globe Outfitting Co.. 238
Smith St., opposite C. R. R. Station._
MEN'S CAPS— Very special. 11.00 and *1.25
to your order. S. Levina Can Maker. 318
Smith St. ___
SANDALS AND SNEAKERS—Just the
thing for chtldren a*, special prlcea S.
Goldsmith. 365 State Street.
WOMEN’S & MISSES’—Wearing apparel,
a better garment for less money. A
Greenhouse. 66 Smith St,. Near High.
SPECIAL—^For this week, ladies' slip-on
sweaters at *1.98. white and colors at
Hoffman’s. 230 Smith Street._
Wanted to Buy_66
ELK TRADING STAMP CO. buy a sells and
exchanges all kinds of coupons. United
certificates, milk labels and S. 4 H.
stamps._338 State St._
FURNITURE—Second hand highest prices
paid; stoves, bedding, floor covering* for
sale Sussman. 23 8mlth 8t. Tel. 1496-J.
FURNITURE—We buy all kinds second
hand furniture. G. Hou*«r. 103 Fayette
St. Phone 848-W._.
USED FURNITURE—Excellent prices paid.
Call us first. Largest house In County.
Buy store fixtures, too. Miller. 639 State
8treet. Phone 793-W.
ROOMS AND BOARD
Rooms With Board_6*
HOTEL REMINGTON—377 Smith Ht.
Furnished rooms by day or week; room*
steam heated; meals served; also regu
lar board. Tel. 494._
NEVILLE ST.. 356—Room and board in
private Danish family.__
WALTER’S HOTEL AND RESIAURANj
—Up-to-date furnished rooms nv day or
week; $3.00 and up. Regular dinne.
45 cents; served daily from 11 A. M. *o
8 P. M. 163 New Brunswick A vs.
Rooms Without Board_6H
KEARNY AVE.. 156—Furnished room;
private family. __
McCLELLAN ST., 2*6—Single room, run
ning water, all improvements._
McCLELLAN ST..” 267—1 single room; ’
double room; all Improvements._
MARKET ST.. 131—Furnished room, suit
able for one or two._
OAK ST: 26*—2 connecting rooms, pri
vate family. Tel. 398-R. __
STATE ST.. 181—Furnished rooms; ail
conveniences. _
WATER ST., 163—Furnished rooms; rates
Room, for Housekeeping 6i
HIOR BT., 240—Second floor, a comfort
able furnished rooms. private porch.
electricity, heat, laundry room._
JEFFERSON ST.~ 70—2 nice rooms 'or
1 i ght honsekeep in g; all im provementa
JEFFERSON ST., 46—Near High: two
furnished rooms for light housekeeping;
all improvement*.__
MARKET ST., 216—2 rooms for light
housekeeping; reasonable._
MARKET ST.. 131—Front room with kit
chenette; also two connecting rooms.
MARKET AND WATER RTS.—One nice
housekeeping apartment, beautiful view.
Where to Bat
PRESTO LUNCH—And Bakery. hor..«
pastries; popular prices; open day «nd
night. 113 Smith Street.
Wanted—Booms or Bsftfd
ROOMS, 3 or 4—Furnished or partly
wanted by August 1st with modern im
provements, heat. agreeable location;
Christian family of 3. Address Box 99.
Care News._
REAL ESTATE FOR RENT
Brokers in Real Estate L
CARL JACOBS—Real Estate. Mortgages
Insurance Agent; Life. Fire. \utomoolie
Liability, etc. 179 Brighton Ars. Tel
691. _
, ONARD * COMPANY—Real Estate and
General Insurance. 102 Smith Street.
Perth Amboy. N. J. Phone 219.
FRASER BROS.—Real Estate and Insur
ance. Savings Bank Building. Phone
663._'
HANS NIELSEN CO.—Real Estate and
Mortgagea 196 Smith Street. Rea>
Estate Exchange Building. Telephone
»» _-_a__
HUBBARD R. YETMAN—Real estate and
insurance. See me for bargains. Totten
vllle. N. Y._
JACOBSON 4k GOLDFARB—Real Estate
And Insurance. Raritan Building Phonr
1866.
JOHN F. BERGEN —Real Estate and in
surance. Room 7. First National Bank
Building. 130 Smith 8L Tel. 1010.
REAL ESTATE FOR RENT
_KsaI Eatmim Pmlew_741
MAPLE REALTY CO.—Real Estate. 31
Smith 8t- Phone 1714._
M ARG A RETT BN A LOBEL—Succvdsor.
to Alpern A Co.. Real Estate, Mortgage
and Insurance. Raritan Building, i'er’1
Amboy. N. J. Phone ISO.
MAX L SCOTT—Real Estate and UenTrS
Insurance. 809 Madison Ave. TV I H
Perth Amboy, N. J._ _
N. A. NIELSEN—Property bought, sold
insurance, bills of sale, reasonable: not
ary public. 176 New Brunswick Ave.
PERTH AMBOY TRUST COM P AN V
Real Estate Department
Property in all sections of the city
for sale at fair pricea good tei ms
If you wish to buy or sell It will ►#
to your advantage to call on ua
"Superior Service"
8CHONCEIT A BLITZER—For quick
suits list your property for sale or es
change. Raritan Bldg Phone 1668.
SHIRLEY A SORENSON—Successors t
D. A. Shirley. Real Estate and (nsur
ance. 130 8mlth St.. Perth Amboy. Of
flee open evenlnga TeL l>0.
Apartments and Flair i l
BRIGHTON AVE.. 99—Flat; 8 rooms. In
quire J. Kaplan. 107 Madison Ave. Tel.
1459-R. V
BERTRAND AVE.. 286—4 rooms, $16.00.
Inquire 224 Sheridan Street.
BROAD STREET. 169—Flat to let.
CATALPA AVE.. 98—Apartment 6 rooms.
all improvements; except heat. Tel. 1735.
DIVISION ST. 426—4-6 rooms, bath, gas,
electricity. Inquire Janitor.
FAYETTE ST., 374—6 rooms; all im
provements
FAYETTE ST., 49—3 rooms, partly im
proved.
KEARNY AVE., 176—Two beautiful
rooms.
KENNEDY STREET. 616—Two rooms to
let.
LEWIS ST.—6-6 room flats with steam
heat. Inquire H. S. Medinets. 167 Smith
Street.
ST A T E ST. 466—6 room flat. Inquire Zti
State Street.
MADISON AVE., 119—Up-to-date apart
ment! all improvements.
MADISON-AVE., 106—7 rooms; all 1m
provements.
MARKET ST.—6 room flat with all Im
provements except heat; large rooms;
reasonable rent. Charles L. Steuerwald,
Inc., 208 Smith 8treet.
MEADE ST.—5 room flat. The Johnson
Co.. 217 Smith Street.
MECHANIC ST.. 441—6 room flat. In
quire 382 Stale Street.
NEW BRUNSWICK AVE., 194—6 rooms;
an iiiiproveiiiwniB.
OAK STREET, 378—5 rooms and bath
for rent. _
RECTOR ST., 310—Four nice rooms to
let.
SMITH STREET—5 rooms with all Im
provements except heat; reasonaole.
Charles L. Steuerwald. Inc., 208 Smith
StreetfljA
WASHiTftlTON ST.. 406—4 rooms; all im
provemwts. Inquire Harry Goldberg.
New Brunswick Ave. and L. V. R. R.
FLAT—7 beautiful rooms; all moderii
improvement. 70 State St.
FLAT—5 rooms with all latest improve
ments; best Bection of city. Inquire 180
Brighton Avenue. Tel. 1878-M.
ROOMS—$20.00. all improvements. In
quire 394 Market Street.
Business Places for Rent i'
FAYETTE ST . 100—Automobile show •
room. Inquire 345 State Street.
NEW BRUNSWICK AVE., 221—Store. In'
quire Buckley, 219 New Brunswick Av*>.
SMITH ST.—Stores and offices, steuuY
heat supplied. Inquire Maple Realty Co
215 Smith Street.__
SMITH ST.—Store with 2 up-to-date
windows. Inquire A. Greenhouse. 5*>
Smith Street.
HOUSE—Suitable for storage or manu
facture, State Street. Tel. 122-J, Wood
bridge.
STORE—To 1st; leas# If desired. T. 8
Brown. 23t King 8L Tel. 1869
Houses for if t 7«
HOUSE—6 rooms, newly decorated; part ,
improvements, $28. Phone 595-J.
Suburban for Rent iit
FORDS—Stores on New Brunswick Ave.
Inquire 321 Prospect St., City.
METUCHEN—Store and rooms. 418 Main
Street. Inquire 62 Linden Avenue.
SOUTH-AMBOY—Apartment, 149 David
St., all Improvements. Inquire 149 Henry
Street, South Amboy.____
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
Farms and Land for Sale 5a
FARM LAND—Bargain. $15 cash, $15
monthly buys 25 acres good land; price
$760; only $30 an acre. Davidoff, 12
John Street, New York..
Houses for Sale hi
BRIGHTON AVE.—1 family frame house
5 rooms with all improvements; good
location; $6300.00; cash $1500.00. Charles
C. Steuerwald, Inc. 208 Smith Street.
UKUCK AVENUE—6 room, frame stucco •
house, bargain. Massopuat Bros. & Co.,
•>92 State Street.
NEW BRUNSWICK AVE.. NEAR KO
GAN'S CORNER—5 room stucco houss; 3
lots; price $3,000. Ths Johnson Co, 117
Smith 8t. Te1. 661._
STATE ST.—Double house; best location.
J. Kreleisheimer A Son. 138 Smith 8t.
BUNGALOW—5 rooms, all Improvements
including steam heat. Inquire Herman
Frederick. 496 Amboy Ave._
PERTH AMBOY—Fine dwelling, all Im
provements; large lot 62x160 on Rector
Street near Gordon Street; price $17,600.
Boynton Brothers & Company, 87 Smith
Street.
CITY *
DIVISION STREET—2 story, slate roof,
11 room dwelling; all modern improve
ments.
JEFFERSON STREET—9 room frame
dwelling; lot 37%x90; garage (2 cars);
modern improvements; steam heat.
SAYRE AVENUE—7 room dwelling,
part improvements; good condition.
CONARD & COMPANY
102 Smith Street.
_Perth Amboy. N. J.
j_Lota for Sale W
j LAWRIE 8T.—Two iote. aM Improvements
I in street. M. H. Madsen. 175 Smith Street
! and1_470 Brace Avenue. _
SMITH ST.—One, $4800; Hall Ave., two.
$2400: Fords, three. $1275; Sheridan St.,
two. $1275; New Brunswick Ave.. two
and hous*. $4800, 1-3 cash. Comegy*
& Bros., Smith and Elm Streets._
, >TT~*NV1LLE—Lot for sale, 50x115 on
Fisher Ave. Phone 261-J Perth Amboy,
V J. __
WOODBRIDGE—Corner plot of ground
on Green Street; 50x113; can be purchas
ed reasonable at your own terms. Charles
L. Steuerwald. Inc., 208 Smith St.
Suburban for 8ale~ hi
ANNADALE. S. I.—Dwelling, six rooms
and bath, all improvements; lot 45x200;
price $5500. $2,000 cash. B. Williams
Tottenvllle, N. Y.
FORDS—Fords Ave.. two 6 room taousi*.
all improvements except heat. $.>.>00
each; must be seen to be appreciated
J. M Sorensen. 601 Sayre Ave.. Tel. 1569
or 173 Brighton Ave. Tel. 676.
FORDS—Raritan Manor will have i<*
leave for Europe on short notice; want
to sell my residence prior to this: 9
rooms, tiled bath room, extra lavatory,
hot water heat. gas. electricity, garage,
i lot 50x134; terms to arrange. Arnold F.
j Nonnenberg.
| KEYPORT—House, 9 rooms, improve
ments. bargain. $1500 cash. Inquire
Frank S. Dey, Keyport, N. J,
I METUCHEN—7 room frame house with
all improvements; fine section; plot 40
x 160; $6,000.00; cash $1800.00. Charles
Jj. Steuerwald. Inc., 208 Smith St.
SPO^SWOOD. N. J.—House. 6 rooms; lot
50x84. garage 10x16; $800 cash, balance
on mortgage. F. Banse, Snow Hill St.
WOODBRIDGE—Large lot. good house on
Green Street; plot 91x326: terms can be
arranged; price $15,000. Boynton Broth
ers & Company, 87 Smith Street, Perth
Amboy. N. J.
WOODBRIDGE PROPERTY—And insur
ance. See J. H. Coneannon, 89 Main St.,
Woodbridge. Tel. 299.
HOUSE—Very high class with garage:
best residential section. A. J. Miller. 306
Main Street, South Amboy. N. J. Phone
148-M.
SHOP WITH your eyesi Read the Mur
chandise a da before you make a trip to
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