The Courier-News from Bridgewater, New Jersey on January 10, 1929 · Page 5
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The Courier-News from Bridgewater, New Jersey · Page 5

Bridgewater, New Jersey
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Thursday, January 10, 1929
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PLAINFIELD, N. J., COURIER-NEWS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 10, 192 PAGE FIVE Telephone Plainfield 8000 Three Tort Actions In 20 Cases Disposed of In District Court Twenty cases. Including three tort actions, were disposed of by Judge John R. Connolly at yesterday's session of the Plainfield Dis-"trict Court. Mabel Madison Watson of Eliza beth was given judgment for $100 in her action in tort against Louis and Doris Leibowitz of Roselle, for damages to an iron fence on her property which was broken by the plaintiffs automobile Oct. 27, 1827. In another tort action, Alfred Gindel of Garwood was given judgment for $159.40 " against Joseph Bieshuns of-Plainfield for damages to his automobile, the result of a collision In Central avenue. Plain-field, Oct 27. 1928. Fred Bauman and Effie Bauman of Linden were plaintiffs in an action against John Janis of Linden, to recover for damages to their car r the result of an accident In Linden Nov. 8, 1928, and judgment for $71 was entered in favor of Fred Bauman. . ' Judgments were given plaintiffs In the following contract and replevin actions: Meier-Andres Belting Company against the Chemical & Dye Corporation, both of Springfield, book Account, $45.37; the Gasteam Heating Company of New York against Winn & Hijtgins of Plainfield, book account, $120.24; Sophie Jacobs and Augusta Levin against Fred J. 99 Guard Against "Flu With Musterole Influenza. Grippe and Pneumonia usually start with a cold. The moment you get those warning aches rub on good old Musterole. Musterole relieves the congestion and stimulates circulation. It has all the good qualities of the old-fashioned mustard plaster without the blister. First you feel a warm tingle as the healing ointment penetrates the pores, then a soothing, cooling sensation and quick relief. Have Musterole handy for emergency use. It may prevent serious illness. - y To Mothers: Musterole ts also made in milder form for babies and small children. Ask for Children's Musterole. Winn and Howard K. Higgins of Plainfield, promissory note, $216.34; Hubel & Sailer Company of Newark against Edmund H. Graves, trading as The Home News of Roselle Park,! book account, $81.11. Samuel Munis and Joseph Neid-orff, trading as the Bayonne Lighting Equipment and Manufacturing Company of Bayonne. against Le-Manquais Electric Company of Plainfield, book account, $50; Electric Engineering "and Supply Company of Paterson against LeMan-quais Electric Company of Plain-field, book account, $41.20; . Fried-lander & Schweid of New York against LeManquais Electric Company of Plainfield, book . account, $19.76. - Weston Electrical Instrument Corporation of Newark against the New Jersey Broadcasting Corporation of Elizabeth, book account, $66.01; Acker, Merrall & Condict Company of New York against Katherine R. Coster of Scotch Pl3ins, book account. $64 07; Frank Urban, trading as Urban .Ignition Battery company of . Newark, against James A. Long and Peter Berweiler, individually and trading as Berweiler & Long, of Hillside, book account, $65.89. Sela Wincent against Joseph Maziarski, both of Plainfield, promissory note, $143.35; Ezekiel Williams and Harry T. Suydam, trading as Williams & Suydam: against Oliver Micheels, both of Plainfield. book account, $22.41; Standard Oil Company against Clauss-Brocker Company of Elizabeth, book account, $108. -Albert Lifson & Sons of Elizabeth were given judgment for possession of goods in replevin actions against the following defendants: Albert Cohen and Sylvia Cohen of Roselle and West Hopson, Marie lMcaroni and Milton H. Miller, all of Elizabeth. Preparatory Services To Be Held In Church Better than a mamtard plaatrr . Preparatory services will be held tomorrow night at 8 o'clock in Netherwood Reformed Church when the Rev. Dr. John Y. Broek, minister of Trinity Reformed Church, will . preach. The elders will meet at 9 o'clock to receive those who desire to unite with the church, either by letter or on profession of faith. The service Sunday morning will be in charge of the Rev. Dr. Theodore F. Bayles, professor of practical theology in the New Brunswick Theological Seminary, who will preach and administer the communion of the Lord's Supper. There will be ndf evening service. Schoolmen Hold Bowling; Match Plainfield schoolmen held their weekly bowling match on the Y. M. C. A. alleys yesterday afternoon and although Superintendent of Schools Frederic W. Cook was absent, his team, . including Lindsey Best, Stuart W. Rhodes. J. Wade Wimer .andGeorge B. Zimmer rolled over the opposition forces com- prising James Floyd, Paul Fleming. Courtland V. Davis; Ernest 'Peffer and Arthur Hopper. V; - - V; , The scores? Theywill have to go unpublished, as ..the, schoolmen are a little' shy about announcing their totals. tThia is" onry.the second season during .which." the principals have been bowling; and some of them are. rather neh at -the game. It , may,, be. said, however, that Superintendent Cook thus far .holds the honors for high .score, rolling 208 in a recent game. Thi? highest score achieved by either team in .a match was 'made - two weeks",' ago when Mr. Cook's team rolled "763. Lindsey Best, Plainfield High School principal, is about the most consistent bowler of the group, it is reported. He holds second high score honors, rolling 201 in a- recent match. THE DANGER OF FLU GRIPPE AND PNEUMONIA How You Can Avoid It When you have a Cold and neglect it you are in great danger of flu, grippe j and pneumonia. The pure food elements in Father John's M e dicine r build en ergy to resist cold and grippe germs Used in 184 Hospitals and Institutions. . v Father John's Medicine soothes and heals the lining of the breathing passages. : - .' . . You are safe when you , take Father John's Medicine because it is free from alcohol and j harmful drugs. Seventy years of successful use. Advertisement. , 1 4,IT PAYS TO BUY QUALITY FOOD PRODUCTS ' ? PARK STORES, inc. f V t f V 9 "Superior Chain Grocers" New Masonic Building 'Phones Plainfield 1476-4098 FREE AUTO SERVICE PARK AVE. AT SEVENTH ST. Unlimited Parking Space. Specials for Week of Jan. 11th to 17th, Inc. -"CU CHOICE Apricots, Peaches or Pears (Buffet size) White Rose Macaroni or Spaghetti . Astor or Comet Rice Mother's or Quaker Oats Hersliey Cocoa (Reg. 12c size) . . ' Easton's Mayonnaise or Best Foods, (reg. 25c size) . . 19c YOUR t y I A1 Y T T T f r f T T STOCK UP PANTRY Del Monte Green Asparagus Tips, Square Tin . ....... . . ... . . 27c Checker Peaches, Large Tin . 21c Checker Pineapple, sliced, Large Tin . . .25c Mistletoe Extra Sifted Peas'. .25c Mistletoe Ruby Beet, large tin 19c Heinz Ketchup, Large Size 25c Heinz Chili Sauce, Large Size 28c Wesson or Mazol Oil (pint) . . -25c Sugar, Granulated, 5 lbs 27c FOR BREAKFAST Our Own Coffee, pound ....... 37c Aunt Jemima Pancake . . . .'.1214c Aunt Jemima Buckwheat .... 15c Leisle Dunhaman Green Mt. Syrup, bot 19c Moland Sliced Bacon, y2 box . .22c Shredded Wheat .10c Cream of Wheat (large size) '. .24c Dutch Rusks . . ..... ... . . . . 17c Comet Brown Rice Flakes .... 13c ? White Rose Coffee, extra special, (tins only) .... . 49c t T Y -Y Y Y Y Y Y Butter Chalet Pabst-ett Tulip Brand Swiss Wonder fl'jjj Fancy j)cj)C Cheese cJd'fL Cheese Ji Creamery 6 portions to In Quarters, lb. box... box ' FOR QUICK LUNCHES Brighten up Suggestions Underwood's Deviled Ham ... 19c Grandmas Washing Powder Diplomat Chicken, (glass) ... .69c fs (large size)' V. 21c Lambs Tongues (in glass) . .32c octagon Laundry Soap (larfce) . Derby's Sliced Ox Tongue 39c 5 f or . . : . .25c Libby's Corned Beef 25c Gcrhams Silver Polish ...... :29c Friends Pork and Beans ...... 15c Babo . . . . . . . . . ... . . . . v . . . CaUfornia Sardines, Johnson's Floor Wax (pint) . .55c (in tomatoe sauce) ...... 15c Heavy Duty Brooms .... .....49c Old-Fashioned BarbadoesMolasses, (full gai) . $1,15 LARGE ASSORTMENT OF - FRESH FRUITS and VEGETABLES AT MARKET'S LOWEST PRICES Y- T t Y f Y Y Y T r Y Y Y t y Y Y Y Y t Y Y Y t Y Y Y Y T Y Y Y Y -Y f T Y t Y Y Plenty of Free Parking Space in Hear of Store For Patrons Orders Taken For Special Size Asbestos Table Pads. F et Floor. 'Plainftctd's Mtlropohtan S'orc Greatest Sale Of All. Times i 1 k Crepe de cl i e s Heavy Crepe de Chine Pajamas, Gowns, Slips, Step-Ins, Dance Sets, French Panties, Bed Jackets and Bloomers, Formerly Sold as High as $12.50 In Two Great Price Groups.L 284 Colors: NILE BLUE PINK ORCHID WHITE ' BLACK Once each year we are fortunate enough to secure the entire sample line of a manufacturer of high grade women's silk undies, whose merchandise we handle throughout the year. We have made miraculous savings on these garments and are taking this timely opportunity of passing the savings along to -you. Some are slightly soiled from handling. The majority, however, are like new. Many tailored and lace trimmed styles are here, some hand-made in every style and color conceivable. Regular and extra sizes included. Be here early as such values cannot last throughout the day. v No Mail, Phone or C. 0. D. Orders Accepted. No Exchanges. STREET FLOOR 50c Children's Part Golf Ho s e 39 3 prs. $i . i' length, kiddies' part wool gold hose , . . featured in. a mjTiad of colors and. combinations. An ideal type of sock for all outdoor Winter sports. Well made. Special tomorrow at this low price. Street Floor' ECONOMIES Drastic Reductions On Kiddies9 and . Juniors' $5.95 to $8.95 Frocks Silk, Wool Crepe and Jersey Frocks. Sizes 6 to 16 $5 Smart, dressy frocks, youthful models, the kind that girls can wear for school, dress or sports occasions. Silk or novelty clothes, one and two-piece models, an unusual value at tomorrow's low price. Mothers, tod, will like them. High Grade Kiddies' Party Frocks -20 Off High grade kiddies' silk party frocks, ranging in price from $9.93 to $15, now 20 off regular prices. Selection of pastel shades. Sizes 6 to 16. Third Floor Friday Only-No Mail, Phone or CO. D. Orders 80c Congress riajing Cards, 59c Congress, gilt edge, picture back, bridge size playing cards. Excellent qualities. , Specially -: low priced for one day only. - Street rioor 4 Clark's O. N. T. Spool " Cotton 3c All numbers in Clark's O. N. T. Spool Cotton. Specially loW priced tomorrow only.f Street Floor , Val. $1.50 Bemberg Vests $1 Bemberg vests are well known to every thrifty woman - antf miss... Reinforced arm shields, bodice top.' Looks like silk, wears like silk, feels like silk. Special tomorrow. .Street Tloor $1.95 Value Bemberg Bloomers $1.55 Luxurious Bemberc Bloomers, reinforced, double elastic waist and knees. Guaranteed against runs. Unusually serviceable and will stand many tubbings. Street Floor - Continuing Our Pre - Inventory Sale R u g s If you haven't yet taken advantage of this Pre-Inventory clearance of rugs and floor coverings, we urge you to do so at once. This is a splendid opportunity of beautifying your home at prices that spell real economy. Here are just a few of the many splendid values offered event during this Continuing Our Pre-Inventory Sale of Curtains and'Panels $1.57 $2.67 Values From $2.59 to $3.95 1 to 6 of Each Style Ruffled Curtains, Straight-Curtains,' Curtains with Valances, Fanel Curtains, Point Venice Curtains, Filet Net Curtains, Filet Net . Tanels. Curtains and panels for every room of the modern ' home will be found In "these - two low price groups. Check' up on your needs and take advantage of this event to . the", fullest extent.' The savings are truly gratifying. , $37.50 Stephen Sanford Seamless Axminster Rugs $27.50 Size 9x12 Featured in attractive deep pile designs. Beautiful colors and exquisite patterns. Specially low priced for quick clearance. $55.00 Sanford Seamless Wool Velvet and Axminster Bugs - $42.50 Size 8.3x10.6 Good quality heavy fringed rug. Will Rive years of sat , Isfactory. service. , In many designs and colors $29.50 Stephen Sanford Seamless Axminster Rugs $24.50 Size 6x9 Well known for Its extraor-- dinary wearing- qualities. la colors and - combinations to match the color scheme of any room in the home. Special for clearance. Armstrong's Quaker Felt Base Floor Covering Square Yard Terfect quality felt base floor covering. Cut from full rolls. Good assortment of colors. Bring room measurements.

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