The Courier-News from Bridgewater, New Jersey on June 3, 1911 · Page 10
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The Courier-News from Bridgewater, New Jersey · Page 10

Bridgewater, New Jersey
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Saturday, June 3, 1911
Page 10
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THIS IS A SPLENDID TIME TO ARRANGE FOR THE TRANSFER OF YOUR NEW YORK SAVINGS ACCOUNT WITHOUT LOSS OF INTEREST, y BY MAINTAINING YOUR ACCOUNT HERE YOU NOT ONLY RE. CEIVE 4 INTEREST BUT YOU AVOID THE NEW YORK STATE INHERITANCE TAX, BRING IN YOUR PASS BOOK AND ALLOW US TO ATTEND TO THE TRANSFER WITHOUT EXPENSE. THE STATE TRUST COMPANY SAFE DEPOSIT AND STORAGE VAULTS. NINE YEARS OLD THE PLAINFIELD TRUST COMPANY ' . June 4th, 1902 -- June 4th, 1911 Your New York Savings Account yv WK o R G A N I Z E D 1 9 0 2 DEPOSITS At end of 1st year $495,000.00 At end of 9th year $3,400,000.00 ' Jil'j - i ' I 2 rrr ; i-. DEPOSITORS At end of 1st year 1155 open accounts.' At end of 9th year 5750 open accounts, r jsssssssa CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS $320,000.00 - . "YCe submit these figures for the information of our depositors and the consideration of those who have not as yet connected themselves with Plainfield's largest financial institution. OFFICERS O R G A N I Z E D 1 9 0 2 O. T. Waring-. rrliiit A. V. lleely. Vlee.Iraldat limy A. aicOce, Vice-Preaident J. FT. Case. Vice-President J I. H. Pond, Secretary and Treasurer UeAVitt Uubbell, Asst. Secy and Asst. Trena. NINE YEARS OLD lalnftol'd. flnnrrna Li U UVMIULU (a 07rCCO v . S MILES OF PARADE 6L0HIES lO ACRES OF triTEB-PROOF TEXTS KT' L Xt . F ALL SHOWS S3Mn iLittOWW V-W 'fflA AHE eiVEM UNDER V&LKI3r V WV fcARCEST TENTITrffiKu iKpfilS . 6 BIG ARENAS .'mmSsSots ISAi Y 1 STALL NEW UNIQUEand NOVELV IOOO PERSONS. 750 WILD ANIMALS 600horsess-; 125 BIG 4' ,3 uronc circus J. lrsms& HERDS uJ 1 V ( KJ IWI a - -A .aFa PVjCT a at aT TP "I f DOOM 501R5MF GREATEST THRILLER OF THE AGE 3 A SP9IHO PLATFORM Ft tT . A WAV. 3 HERDS OF TRAINED ELEPHANTS 2TR0UPE5 of TRAINED SEALS5EA LIONS mlOOOIWCMUS MB WONDERS jsw UA (Big, New Sires! Parade M yf? R stf! , J v 1 08 53-CeiI Tsctst limits ta III 2J 0 frit Z Vl I ttiUSU bJBU tl tAiiS lULf Ml IX 1 V W J jfS-J Jl' ' r - tl-Tp.a, L 8 1 TY-BELL SISTERS BEAUTIFUL BUTTERFLY ACT TICKETS ON SALE MORNING OF EXHIBITION AT SCHREINER BROS.' DRUG STORE. . CLOTHING WITHOUT EXPRESSION mere lifeless cloth. Expression inclades stylo, fit, and finish. You will and it m every one of our extensive lines of either The KIKSCHB1UM or iLFRED BE.NJA3IIX lines, of which we are sole agents for in Plainfleld ufrTn'teei ' F"' Sty'e and workmanship uaranteed. Ae can you a nice Straw Hat, as well; all shapes. Shuts Lies, Socks in abundance; WERE 'S CLOTHING HOU, 206 VEST FRONT ST. E 176 EAST FRONT Tel. 107G-R.- ST. the: jacobys F rench Dry Cleaning andFancyDyein We can make your Blankets and Comforters look equal to new by our French Dry Cleaning Process. We also clean Rugs, Por-ier, Couch Coven; in fact any household articles. Work called for and Delivered. Automobile Owner's Have you Accident Insurance relieving you of liability, and insurance against fire and theft? We also issue policies against Burglary, Theft and Larceny in residences, stores and other buildings. Strongest companies M. FRENCH Real fsta.te and Insurance 171 NORTH AVE. Plainfleld, X. J. 141 BROADWAY, New York City. Cleaning of Ladies Garments Many little tailor abopa clean ladles garments and that's what tbey call elean. We don't advertise tbat we are experienced, but our experience In this rltr for almost twenty years speaks for Itself. Ladles' and Gents' earmenta cleaned. pressed, scoured, and altered at reasonable prices. Our aiontniy system is very convenient, aa our wagons call for and deliver all our garments. PLAINFIELD CLEANING and PRESSING CO. '"-J- 41 SOMERSET STREET Ihe New York Ladies' Custom Tailoring Co. ty not come down ana see us, and save money. We guarantee to give you the best goods, also the best guarantee fit. If any garment we make is not satisfactory we will refund your money, i TEL. 217-J. K. HUDELLA 41 SOMERSET ST. 43rd Street, Newark Broad & Springfield Cars Direct. f Week of June 5th, Aborn Opera Co. Present the Blossom and Herbert Comic Opera, "THE RED MILL" Dancing, Music and Free Open Air Vaudeville afternoon and evening. Restaurant open. Week of June 12th, "Robin Hood." PROCTOR' VAUDEVILLE THEATRE The Best Refined Vaudeville Entire Change Monday and Thursday TODAY'S PROGRAM Edna Mayfair, Singing Comedienne; Donovan & Arnold, Lively Comedians; Gertrude McGill & Co., Sketch, "Oh, You Steve;" Rice & La-dell, Comedy Acrobats. Indian Moto-Cycles Horner's 53 Somerset St. SPECIAL TRAIN TO ATLANTIC CITY Via Pennsylvania Railroad, Account Christian Endeavor Convention For the especial accommodation of delegates and others desiring to attend the International Convention of the Christian Endeavor Society, at Atlantic City, the Pennsylvania Railroad Company will run a special through train from Jersey City to Atlantic City, on Thursday, July 6, stopping at Newark, Elizabeth, Railway, Metuchen, New Brunswick, Trenton, Bordentown and Burlington. This train will leave Jersey City at 8:20 a. m. and will arrive Atlantic City at 11:55 a. m. Full information concerning this train will be announced later or may be obtained upon application to C. Studds, District Passenger Agent, 263 Fifth Avenue, New York City. 6-3-9 Chalmers 30 Pony Tonnesu, $1600 'A man high up in the auto mobile industry was once asked to say in a word what he thought makes the difference , between the Chalmers company and others which, with equal opportunities, have not attained as great a growth and reputation. He said, "Inspection." In the Inspection Department the Chalmers Motor Company employs many expert men at a monthly salary of over $10,000. This department uses 200 gallons of gasoline per day, which is expended in giving Chalmers cars road tests. Chalmers fc- MOTOR CARS from the time Taw material comes into the factory until the finished car is shipped to a purchaser, are constantly under the eyes of an inspector. 4 This makes Chalmers cars good cars. Every person who buys a Chalmers may expect it to be right. The buyer's standard is the one the company wishes to reach. From first to last Chalmers cars are built for the people who buy them and nso them. All we ask is the opportunity to show you that the Chalmers car is the kind of a car you want to own. A. C. Thompson Auto Co. 'Phone 1510. 413-421 PARK AVE. BABY CHICKS LAST HATCH After June Sth I will have a few hundred White Leghorn baby chicks for sale all from trap-nested record hens. Apply at once. First orders will receive best attention. ALIXSAWAC POULTRY FARM, WM. DINWIDDIE Metuchen, N. J , Telephone 25-W. Metuchen. 11 ( Vlctor-Victrola'XIV, $158 , I ; Other styles Victor-Victrola $75 to $ZSQ I I Victors (10 to liOO 11 DO YOU WANT A PIANO OR PLAYER PIANO that is made for our climate and which will give best satisfaction, OUR PLAYER PIANO lw uyy) has modern improvements and dis- f I I "IT tinetivA fnafnrpa tiovw TVinnfV in other instruments. If you are willing to pay a reasonable price for a Player Piano, one that your better judgment will tell you must command real quality, and want your satisfaction to be one of a lifetime, then your selection will be a Mathushek & Son. Full payments allowed on any piano bought here in exchange for a Mathushek & Son. Send for our New Art Catalogue. A postal today and you have it tomorrow. MATHUSHEK & SON PIANO GO. FACTORY BRANCH: 310 WEST FRONT STREET, PLAINFIELD TEL. 1365 RENTING TUNING REPAIRING Demonstration of the following Player-Pianos every Thursday Evening: Mathushek & Son, Euterpe and Melville-Clark. The ideal instrument for the home The Victor-Victrola is the most perfect and most satisfactory of all musical instruments for the home.. Itcombinesall musical instruments and the perfect human voice, and supplies in unlimited variety the finest music in the world, sung and played by the most famous artists.' There is no reason why you shouldnt possess a Victor-Victrola. Come in and we'll tell you how yon can pay for it Cn easy terms. E. F. GLOVER ISO EAST FRONT STREET Farm Fencing' Any kind every fcind by the foot or mile, but all the Anchor Post kind. Anchor Post fencing is worth while investigating wVitVir vnn want it for farm. yard, paddock, kennels, or something more elaborate for the house grounds. Chicken Wire All chicken wire is not alike, and if you need a large or small quantity, by all means get our prices. We have had a lot of experience with chicken yard enclosures. It will pay you to look into the way we have worked them out. Catalogues or Iron Gates and Fences, Woven Wire and Unclimbable Fences, Paddock, Kennel, and Suburban Fencing of all kinds, may be had upon application. AixcKorPost Irorf Works GEORGE W. FORSTER, Salesman, 16 North Avenue, Garwood, N. J. Tel. Westfield 318 We can save you 30 on your auto supplies Oils, Soaps and Greases Plainf ield Auto Tire Company AUTO TIRE REPAIRING A SPECIALTY (The Kind That Lasts) 407 Watchung Avenue aJ The Purchaser of Real Estate in arranging for his GUARANTY OF TITLE should select a company which has not only the financial resources to back up the guarantee, but a policy of liberality in dealing with its clients. idelity Trust Co. NEWARK, NT . J. is liberal in paying losses. Many of the losses which this company has promptly paid would not have been enforceable by the strict rules of law. This is good business policy. The title plant of Fidelity Trust Comyany js the largest and most comprehensive inlthe State of New Jersey. v Charges for this service are reasonable "Come in and talk it over." . COURIER-NEWS WANT "ADS." PAY DRUG KEWSI GOOD-BYE CORNS That Is what you can say after using our Uq. COBX REMEDY It removes corns, callouses and bunions in 3 or 4 days, without pain. Our-remedy is j different from others. Get a bottle and be convinced. - . 15c. Per Bottle We are the exclusive agents for Whitman's Famous Candies PARK AVE. and SECOND ST. Phone 1019 LEO ZEISEL Li i Bicycles Tires and Sundries Agents for the High Grade National Bicycle and other reliable makes. Expert Repairing. 224 W. FRONT ST., Next to Proctor's Tel. 878-W. WHEN IN PLAINFIELD, N. J., STOP AT The QUEEN CITY HOTEL All Newly Furnished. A la Carte Service Unsurpassed. P. FLOERSCH, Prop. J W. M. FLOERSCH,

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