The Central New Jersey Home News from New Brunswick, New Jersey on November 26, 1924 · 9
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New Brunswick. N. J. THE DAILY HOME NEWS Wednesday, Nov. 26, 1924 NINE MACY CHRISTMAS PARADE BIG THANKSGIVING DAY FEATURE 'xi-AV YORK, Nov. 26. Thanks J'ne morning will bring Christ-El,., nearer 1ih.e heart of every child J.s'ew YorK, ior it win witness th 3,'rV o Santa Clans Into the clt li a giant Christmas parade to glased by K. II. Macy & Co., ri'l, familiar oirpils nnr.oHnc former days will be surpassed Humor anu spienuor ny tne col- rctinuo whicn will wind its Of- .. 1, lLTnnlinttur. , riling, and terminate with the iiil " unveiling of an elaborate Istnias spectacle, "Kairyfolk ,lics in Wondertown" in Mucy's dows. 'ioatx, wild animals, bare back .rSi brass bands and clowns in fusion will be seen In the line is scheduled to start from t street and Convent avenue, j a. ni. and pass in review at ii street and Broadway by noon, ino of titc features of the parade be a procession of great tab-ix on floats presenting various OPS lroiu jvuHiier uoo.se; .nea ling Hood aim tno won; jnjiss (let and the Spider; Three Men :i Tub; and the Old Woman who d in a fchoe. For the last named ,core ul jviuuius win iiii Lunifi aj receiving the traditional epank- from me um woman, xne ,2,sl elaborate of the floats will ,iv Santa Clans driving his rein- r over a iiiounium o ice. iinililing clowns, giants and niid-;, cowboys anil girls, freaks, elephants, camels and iRkf-'y wll v'o amidst ins blare I boom of several brass bands make Santa Claus' entry into jSur York an event for the city's yjiitlis to remember. While most of participants in uae paraae win Macv employes a number of nt.fessional performers will also to part. he circus aivision 01 me parade been organized by Walter F. Di ior, a former circus man, aim assistant superintendent or ae-y at Macy's. One of his attrac- ,f,rs, tions will be a group of thirty-five clowns who will referee a wrestling bout between two trained grizzly bears In an open cage. Two performing lions will also do their turn ulong the line of march. A jazz band of colored Macy employes will vie for honors with several other musical detachments, including a clown band of other .Macy employes, a military band of seventy-five pieces, a life and drum corps, and a bugle corps. The comic supplement of the parade will present a number of the familiar "funny sheet" characters, Including Mult and JeTf, Krazy Kat, Jgnatz Mouse, and Silk Hat Harry. In addition to the real live animals in the parade there will be a detachment of others not so real which will burlesque the others and do their best to keep the crowds in good humor. The official lino of march for the parade, starting from :145th street, at 3 a. m. Is down Convent and Morning.sido avenue, to 110th street, west to I?roa"dway, south on Broadway to Columbus Circle, and on Eighth avenue to 40tih. street, west on Fortieth street, and then south on Broad wa yto 34th street, where tho parade will terminate with the coronation of Santa Claus and the unveiling of Fairy Wondertown in the special seventy-five foot window on 34th street. Tho Wondertown display will be that an entire Fairy City in animation, with hundreds of marionette, figures moving about in it. Twenty-six different scenes will be enacted in the spectacle with the aid of a continually moving stage. Romantic castles, iiills and lakes will be seen In the ever-changing panorama, while no less than three marionette shows will be going on at different times In Wondertown itself, presenting the spectacle of a show within a show. Should it rain on Thanksgiving Hay, tho parade will be held the next day, Friday. FRIDAY FINAL DAY 1 a MvvviAm WTVTTYf UK IrifcM MlVfc; TOTAL NOW $8,300 Citizens Expected to Show 'hankfulness and Raise $15,000 luOUM) It ROOK, Nov. IS The mmumty Chest drive ior ia,uuu ched $s,30U tins morning anu n expected that by 6 o'clock this ning a considerable sum will be led to tho total. Tho work ot solicitors will be aided consid- l,l,f hv 'lh nrnvimlfv nf fbanks- ing Day which comes tomorrow, is felt that the spirit of thank- noss which permeates the at- ?phere at the moment, may pas- si! be directed towara uie appeal il iih the Community Chest is liking for the combined welfare a 1 charitable organizations of the lit tru-t. It would be Impossible to i -ik of a better way to register oj's thankfulness for the things possess than to provide for t'isc in our midst who have not )ilspcred as we have, either in llnith or in worldly comforts. The sfn-it that infests the season might fid a ucdative in this fine appeal li.- the Community Chest., f l'o assist the drive, tho Home us yesterday published free two tlousahd copies and they were distributed over the three boroughs 1 in Martinsville. The paper Contained exhortations to the citi-Sfiis to put the drive for $15,000 cr before Friday, the last day st for the work. President Bol-i'T, general manager of the Chest, M: Nixon, and the district manors, all told how necessary it Wis that this work of our chan-tj'S should be shoved through, j The distribution of the special edition of the Home News was unit rtaken by thirty Boy Scouts and litcen members of tho Rotary Club ith their motor cars. The distort had been Mocked off and 3 eh company of Boy Scouts knew wtly what section it .iadJ0 Aver. The work of getting the J pers to the homes was therefore ficiently undertaken and carried it with dispatch. ecent Articles By Somerset Man Attract Attention SOMERVIIXE, Nov. 26. "One ' the most versatile young writers ' his time" is the comment made one of the leading dailies of the iddle West in its literary review a few davs ago, and the editor "ii goes on to outline some ot a contributions made by Vr. 'bert W. Rogers, formerly of tins ice, but who now makes his home Bound Brook and practices m !ninneld, in telling of the wide "Pe of his Journalistic efforts, using from deep medical discuses to humorous political com--nts. Hero In the east, friends of Dr. Heles that have appeared in re- "Kers are best acquainted with tne nt months in the Farm Journal Philadelphia, the Flamheld amber of Commerce Magazine '1 more particularly in "The Ban-n" column of The New lork himie where his terse satires ap-iir from time to time. In his est article in that column. Dr. sers outlines one hundred of the curative ailments of modern iety and guarantees their elimi-ion through a course in his sim-School of Corrective Vitteliza- "i- The article appeared in a ent edition of The Tribune. Dming the recent political cam- ! !?n. Dr. Rogers view with his mesake, "Will", in straw votes '1 predictions. ew Residential Section With 152 Lots Is Opened RflXD BROOK, Nov. 24 A new section of property, just yond the Borough on Union ave-Ie, has been staked out into build-S lots and is being put on sale ' Mrs. K. M. Stafford, the Hamil-1 street agent. It is called Alta 's,a and is a restricted reoldenttal ;""e, containing 152 available '5. SOMERSET COUNTY WELL REPRESENTED AT "T CONFERENC Twenty-three Boys Will Attend Jersey City Convention SOMEItVILLE, Nov. 26 Somerset County Y. M. C. A. will be rep-reesnted by twenty-three boys at the thirty-second annual New Jersey State Older Boys' Conference of the Y. M. C. A., which will be held for three days, beginning Friday, December 6, and closing Sunday night following. The boys will be the guests of tho Jersey City Y. M. C. A. this year. The youths who will represent the county will meet with Secretary W. J. LaPoint at the Somerville office and will take the Central train Friday afternoon for Jersey City. . Upon arriving they will register at the Jersey City institution and will be assigned to the homes of residents of that municipality for the three days VJiey will remain at the conference. Tho Somerset county delegation consists of tho following: James Yeandle, Clover Hill; James Cruser, Edward Terhune, Charles Child, Albert Brown and Eugene Brown, all of Blawenburg; Junior Dixon, Livingston Sperling and Clifford Miller of Bound Brook; William Hahr and Theodore Brilsford of Harlin-gen; Theodore Durling of Rocky Hill; ; Donald Staats and Chester Huff of Griggstown; Edgar Cain of Belle Meade; Adrain Compton and J. Westby-Bigson of Bernards; Dennis Alpaugh and Paul Shoemaker of Peapack-Gladstone; Greas Hess, Walter Potter, Robert Henry and Harold Higgins of Somerville, will complete the delegation. A. J. Reed, industrial secretary of the county organization, will attend the conference on Sunday afternoon. The topic of the conference will be "The Message of the Torch." V Suicide May Be Brother of South Bound Brook Lady BOUXD BROOK, Nov. 26. The State Police at Pluckemin are still working to secure the identification of the suicide whose body was found on the Fisher farm in South Bound Brook by H,. Waldmn while gunning in the woods last Saturday, tl was at first thought to be the body of John Stanley of Soutn Hound Brook, who has been missing since last -summer but relatives of this man after looking over the articles taken from tiie dead man's pocket decided that such was not til 6 C SC. Last evening Mrs. Lembeelc of Franklin street, South Bound Brook, after viewnig the remains almost concluded that it was her brother Michael Hilt, who had left her home seven months ago and has not bene heard from since. Mrs. Lembeck says teiat her brother who disappeared early last summer, was a member of a Slavish church in Pennsylvania, the police officials say that the prayer book found in the colthes of the skeleton, is Ukranian. They say that in the book was found a. ticket to a dance in Manville to be he d on June 6, 1924. There was also a time table for a bus line in White Piains, New York, and the small Photos-rap-h, of a young woman. There was also a small piece of an envelope having the name Pete on it The state police- wul interview Mrs. Lembeck this morning. Daughter of Former "Y" Secretary Dies SOMERVILLE. Nov. 2 6. Miriam Morrison, four year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Amos Morrison, died last night at Rockaway, N. J-Mr Morrison was formerly county V M C A. secretary, being succeeded by William J. oi-Little Miss Morrison was taken sick Monday and was confined to her home with pneumonia. In addition to her parents she is survived by a sister, Ruth, aged 12. WE'D RATHER TAKE A CHANCE ON THE INDIANS 1624 NOW BRING HOME A NICE TURKEY r BUT DO LOOK OUT FOR, INDIANS - I'l 11a i no A ' )W BRING HOME1 NICE TURKEY BUT BE CAREFUL IN THE TRAFFIC HIGHWAY PROBLEM REMAINS UNSOLVED (Continued from page one) less to construct than any other chosen. South Amboy Appeal Francis P. J. Coan, city co-unsel for South Amboy, urged upon the commission the absolute necessity of taking the traffic from the central section of South Amboy which he said is now greatly Inconvenienced by the stream of automobiles beginning Friday noons and extending until Tuesday morning. He .declared it was practically impossible to use the cross streets during the hours of congestion and that the churches have suffered in attendance at their afternoon services because of the inability of the worshippers to reach the edi-fives. Those who were present, he remarked, were disturbed by the honking of the automobile horns. He maintained that the fire hazard was increased ' through the impediments offered the fire apparatus by the congested traffic in reaching a scene of conflagration. Louis P. Booz, city engineer of Perth Aniboy and representative of the Madison Township Improvement Association, urged that the Cheesequake Meadows be entirely avoided by the new road and that it be carried through Sayreville, Cheesequake, Lincroft and Eaton-town. Counselor Lynch of Keans-burg -r would have the road go through Keyport to Keansburg and Atlantic Highlands to provide a shore boulevard. Byron B. New-comb, director of the Monmouth Freeholders urged the road advocated by Senator Stevens and Director William S. Dey of the Middlesex Freeholders declared he would rather see the improvement delayed until legislation could be obtained for a new alignment. Major General Hugh L. Scott, chairman of the Highway Commission, declared that the board started a study of thesubject more than a year ago, before there was any agitation . for relief. He -declared that the commission must keep within the law and was anxious for a solution with the least expense and for tho ' best interests of the state. Commissioner Abraham Jelin had read before the board a letter in which ho stated that one of the suggested routes might cross the property of the Morgan Terminal Company. He stated that ho owned some stock in the company and asked to be excused from participating in any way in the discussion or decision regarding the location of the road. The commission accepted the in vitation of the Association of Chosen Freeholders to attend the second annual "Get acquainted dinner" to the members of the legislature in Trenton Monday evening, Recember S. BRITT SIGN CO. "OF COURSE" 32 Kirkpatrick St., New Brunswick Call 2699 C ADVERTISING AND COMMERCIAL AND EVERY DESCRIPTION OF j 1,738 Subscribed " During Opening Week of Y Drive SOMERVILLE, Nov. 26. William S. Vroom, chairman of the combined committees soliciting fo( funds for the Somerset County Y. W. C. A reported a total of $1.73$ subscribed during the first week of the campaign which closed last night. At the meeting held in the county "Y" office in the Gaston Building last night, the members of tiie committees and Secretary W. J. La Point said that an oversubscription of the fund aimed at was anticipated. The campaign will close Wednesday night, December- 3. when the fund of $2,500 which the organization is seeking to raise is expected to be pledged. Solicitors for the subscriptions report that they have experienced little difficulty in securing new subscriptions and few refusals to support the Y'. M. C. A. have been reported. The program and activities conducted by uhe Y. M. C. A. during the past ten years has enlarged greatly until the two secretaries in the county work are extending their efforts to keep abreast of the ever increasing amount of work which the organization is backing. South Bound Brook Schools Give Fine Holiday Programs SOUTH BOUND BROOK, Nov. 26. Thanksgiving exercises of a very pleasing and interesting character were held in the Robert Morris School on Elizabeth street this afternoon. The following program was well rendered and showed careful training on the parts of the teachers: Song,- "America the Beautiful," school; Scripture reading, Psalm 103; song, "Swing the Shining Sickle," school; the President's Thanksgiving proclamation, Martin Judge; recitation, "For a Small Boy," Helmuth Krieg; recitation, "Fourteen Little Turkeys," Nicholas Rasnak; song, "Happy Harvest Time," school; recitation, "Causes for Thanks," Edith Daria; recitation, "Tale of Turkeys," David Cavalier; playlet, "The First Thanksgiving," fifth grade; song, "Thanksgiving," school; recitation, "The Wish that Jeffy Wished," Maria Miller; recitation, "Baby's Part," Charles Bowman; song, "Mr. Duck nnrt Mr. Tnrkev." fourth grade: recitation, "Tom's Thanksgiving," Carl Perdue; recitation, 'Thanksgiving Joys," Helen Rock; song, "Thanksgiving Day Has Come," school; playlet, "Hardships at ValT ley Forge," sixth grade; song, "America," school. Principal Burd made a few re marks very pertinent for the oc casion. Many parents and friends of the school were present, thus showing our boys and girls appreci ation and our teachers encourage ment. Miss Vernette Dixon, teacher of the Booker T. Washington fccnooi on Main street, . had rendered a very appropriate program for the occasion. Both schools closed this afternoon, and will reopen next Monday. Personals Many of our knights attended the rally at Bound Brook on Monday night, and report a gala time. Mrs. Grover Williams of Elizabeth street, who was injured in an auto accident near Harrisburg, Pa., on Labor Day, is still confined to her home. Recovery seemsx to be slow. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Monsees of Hoboken will spend Thanksgiving with the latter's parents, Mr. and, Mrs. Julius Grinalott, on Lawrence street. Radio Service j Dependable J '1 L Apparatus W I net f i IL iM a Radio! vjja-. jhJaagrfjgg R ADIO SETS REPAIRED BY EXPERIENCED RADIOTRICIANS Freed-Kisomnnn Corp. lay-Knn & Motor (Jo. M. A. NEUMAIER, C. E. Kndio l-'nr. Authorized Dealer Radio Corporation of America Bayard and George streets Tel. 34 88 New Brunswick Home Made Cake AND CRUELLERS Call 2199 and order your cakes from ELSIE METERS. ' 201 Suydam Street MRS. MAXril'S H. IILTTOX BURIED The funeral of Mrs. Mancius H. Hutton of Union street was held from her late home this afternon and conducted by Rev. Dr. Louis H. Holden. There were many beautiful floral pieces. Interment was in Klmwod Cemetery under direction of Undertakers Hubbard and Darling. Sudden Deaths and High Blood Pressure Act Quickly If You Ilnvc Any of Thee Symptoms A history of the average case of sudden death or apoplexy shows that the symptoms experienced before the fatal termination were dizzy .spells. palpitation of the heart, shortness of breath on exertion, ringintr in the ears and frequent headaches. High blood pressure comes from overtaxing the heart in persons where the blood vessels are clogged with dangerous poisons. The dangerous character of high blood pressure is well known to physicians and hospitals everywhere. Lose no time in redueing your blood pressure to normal if you have any of the symptoms mentioned. The quickest and safest way to do this is through the use of Ri-a-lin, a noted doctor's prescription. It acts immediately to cleanse the overstrained blood vessels of clogging poisons, and quickly brines a new sense of fitness and well-being.- Bi-a-lin is harmless, easy to take and may be had at Headlands' Pharmacy, Van Pelt's Drug .Store, Hissett's Drug ytore, Lane's Drug Store. Adv. WHAT KIND OF RADIO ARE YOU GOING TO BUY? Select Yours Through a Radio Expert. Consult for the Best F. N. CORTESE Radio Specialist PHOSE 1095-M1 STOP! DON'T YOU CUT OFF MY LEG "TTa.d Kl n1frs on mv 1pe-s. "Dor. tors wanted to fcut oft lee-. Peterson's Ointment cured me. William J. JNichols, 403 Wilder street, Rochester, N. Y. Use Poterson's Ointment for old sores, salt rheum and all skin diseases. Jt banishes pimples and blackheads in less than 10 days and leaves the skin clean, clear and pleasant to look. upon. 35 cents a box. Adv. PILES Can't Be Cured from the Outside External treatments seldom cure Piles. Nor do surgical operations. The cause is inside bad circulation. The blcod is stagnant, the veins flabby. The bowel walls are weak, the parts almost dead. To quickly and safely rid yourself of piles you must free the circulation send a fresh current through the stagnant pools. Internal treatment is the one safe method. J. S. Leonhardt, M. D., set at work some years ago to find a real internal Tile remedy. He succeeded. ' He named his prescription HEM-ROID, and tried it in 1.000 eases before he was satisfied. Now HEM-ROID is sold by druggists everywhere under guarantee. It's easy to ake, and can always be found at Hoagland's Drug Store, who will gladly refund the purchase price to any dissatisfied customer. Adv. New Way to Banish Rheumatic Pains Discovered By Alessandro Volta Rids You of Rheumatic Pain Without Drugs or Medicines Until recently, the real cause of Rheumatism has evaded scientific inquiry. And, naturally, the old-fashioned methods of treatment with internal remedies were uncertain and sometimes dangerous. Now it has been definitely established that rheumatic pains are caused in many cases by tho absorption of poisons into the blood. Alessandro Volta, the well-known physicist, for whom the electric voit was named, has produced an entirely new and revolutionary method of treatment fer Rheumatism. He discovered a scientific combination of certain ingredients that produces a fine powder which, when shaken Into the shoes or stockings is intended to be immediately absorbed into the blood. This is due, no doubt, to the fact that the soles of the feet contain 10 times as many pores to the square inch as are found in other parts of the body. He has called this powder olta. Its use has given immediate relief, in many instances, from the terrible crippling, torturing pain even in stubborn, long-standing cases. The use of Volta powder has demonstrated such astonishing results in literally thousands of cases, manv of which were considered hopeless, that the American distributors have authorized local druggists to dispense Volta to rheumatic sufferers in their city with an unqualified guarantee to return the full purchase price of the first box in any rare case where the rheumatic pains are not wonderfully relieved. All who suffer from rheumatic pains, no matter how long-standing their case may be, should take immediate advantage of this liberal offer. You can get Volta from Hoaglands' Drug Store, Kaufman's Drug Store, Monigan's Pharmacy. Adv. Lift Off-No Pain! Doesn't hurt one bit ! Drop a little 'Treezone" on an aching corn, instantly that corn stops hurting, then shortly you lift it right off with fingers. Your druggist sells a tiny bottle of "Freezone" for a few cents, eufficien6 to remove every hard corn, soft corn, or corn between the toes, and the foot calluses, without soreness or irritation. QUICKLY DRIVES OUT ALL RHEUMATIC POISON The first day you take Rheuma, the doctor's remedy that Is selling so rapidly, you'll realize that when Rheuma goes in uric acid goes out. It matters not whether you are tortured with pain, crippled with swollen joints or distressed with occasional twinges, Rheuma is guaranteed to end your rheumatic trouble or money back. Eheuma is just as effective In cases of lumbago, sciatica, arthritis and chronic neuralgia. Rheumatism is a dangerous disease. It often affects the heart and causes death. If you have It in the slightest degree get a bottle of Rheuma from Hoaglands' Drug Store or any good druggist today and drive it from your eys-tem at once. Adv. HOW TO HAVE HAPPY CHILDREN Every child should love to play. The harder they play the better it is for them. If you have a child that seems to be unhappy and does not enjoy playing hard with other children it is time for you to take some action. In such cases the trouble Is almost always to be found in the state of the child's health. If he does not eat heartily and if his bowels are not regular It is Pound to affect his body and to retard his mental development. The most successful mothers are now making their children happy and healthy throuerh the use of a wonderful new preparation called JOY. It acts on the bowels gently, is perfectly safe and purposely made for children's use. Ask any New Brunswick Druggist what he thinks of Joy. Adv. Sensational Sale of New Antiseptic Breaking Record A Discovery of Vast Benefit to Humanity Thousands Using It Give It Unstinted Praise Another Public Letter to Hoaglands' Who Has Already Sold Hundreds of Bottles Now that you have had such a wonderful sale of Kojene these last few weeks why not again tell your friends and customers what a wonderful discovery it Is? Dy so doing you can help many ailing ones and prevent hundreds of others from becoming iil. Science continues to progress and now it has given us Kojene, the new and only antiseptic known that is neither poisonous, alcoholic, irritant or caustic. And this non-poisonous antiseptic, so harmless that you can drink it, is four time3 as powerful as Carbolic Acid. Yet, and more powerful than Bichloride of Mercury. Let's go a little further with this new antiseptic that physicians, surgeons and dentists are talking about. Please tell your customers that It la seventy-five times more pow erful as a destroyer of germs than most of the popular flavored antiseptics and mouth washes now in use. Go further and tell them that It is so powerful that one single teaspoonful will make a whole tumblerful of the most effective and pleasant mouth wash money can buy. A sixty cent bottle will make one-half gallon Yes! one-half gallon of a better mouth wash than the high priced, ready to use kind. And while you are talking about the world's most wonderful antiseptic Kojene tell them about a few of the many things it has the power to relieve. Sore throat and Tonsilitls will disappear overnight. In a week chronic nasal Catarrh will be a thing of the past. Old sores, ulcers, boils, carbuncles and blemished skin will clear up like made. Eczema and that itching skin that drives one almost mad two day3 treatment is enough. And that's all except that women who believe in cleanliness will zo glad to know that Kojene will do anything that any other antiseptic will do and do it better. And it Is not poisonous. Another thing Knjene has only the most healthful effect on delicate membranes which cannot be said of harsh, poisonous germ killing agents. A six ounce bottle for 60 cents and we almost forgot to say that you can give any purchaser the sixty cents back if he or she la not delighted with Kojene. Hoaglands' Drug Store. Adv. f f) lull made of fine wools Muf (Sr i ?Ll MIXED WITH COTTON PJtl V l&rl I Seventy Years of Reputation Jr t'"''v3 Ij'J Made to Fit Made to Wear pVQ T til XiJ protection against colds and sudden chills 0 ff - J ' 1 tl GUARANTEED NOT TO SHRINK 3 ' ' A t ' Light, Medium and Heavy Weights ti 1 1 H f Eight Grades A 1 I '? ft 1 t225 to $8.00 per Garment f ''" , , Aak Your Dealer f' .j GFatfonhurv Knittinff Co. tfJJ- i 1 fl t t OlaiKtnnttiiry, Conn., l?c.n. 67 fc L jf $ I "L. ds Sample CuttincH Tree fj ' -i t V ROBERT REIS & CO. fTuU i , ?fafffh l HEWYORKOTT ff, ( ,tJJfMtl I Wholesale Distributors T jf- AUTOMOBILE EXPRESS Middlesex Transportation Company Our fleet of new MACK TRUCKS operates daily between New Brunswick and the following cities: ARLINGTON BELLEVILLE BAVOMNE DLOOMTIELD URA.V FUKD DUN ELLEN EUZAHE'; U EANWOOD HACKENSACK HARRISON HOBOKEN IRVINGTON JERSEY CITY KEARNEY MONTCI.A1R NUTLEY NEWARK ORA.VUH PLAIN FIELD I'ATEKSOX passa;g roselle park rutherford RAH WAY SPRINta lEI.D UNION HILL WEST IJUlioKEN WKKIIAU KEN WEST NEW YORK WESTFIELD PRINCETON, TRENTLN and PHILADELPHIA Buslnese handled In either direction at reasonable rates. We assumo full responsibility for all goo is entrusled to our care. If you want reliable service rive us a trial. . SIAIN OFFICE: Foot o Hamilton St.. New Brunswick. N. J. There's Real Medicine Now For Stubborn Hang-On Coughs When nothing seems to do that lingering, bothersome cough any good just go to Hoaglands' Drug Store, George and Paterson streets, and get a bottle of Bronchuline Emulsion. Take It as directed and notice , how easily it overcomes that per-1 sistent cought that has caused you j many sleepless nights. It's a medicine compounded for the purpose of conquering tough, hang-on coughs, and that's exactly what it docs quickly and thoroughly. There is no dope in Bronchuline Emulsion, nor chloroform, nor sugar such things are only makeshifts and should be taken with, the greatest caution. For ordinary simple coughs two or three doses of Bronchuline Emulsion is usually enough. , Hoaglands Drug Store. George and Paterson streets, and dealers everywhere can supply you. Adv. r NOW USED FOR During the past winter thousands of people have used Joint-Ease with such remarkable success in the treatment of the most severe cases of lumbago that we are but doing our duty when we say to the public: "When Joint-Ease goes in lumbago goes out." A penetrating external remedy for painful, swollen and stiff joints 60 cents a tube at Monigan's Fhar-rr.ncv. Hoaglands' Drug Store, and all pharmacists. Adv. Now Is the Time to Buy a Good Misfit or Slightly Worn Overcoat Students new and slightly worn suits, trousers and single coats. Hcary Wool Coats and Rain Garments SECOND-HAND AND SAM-1 PLE SHOES $1.65 Up GUN'S. AMMUNITION, SHELLS, $1.10 Per Box Trunks, Traveling Bags, Suit Cases OPEN EVENINGS BLUE FRONT l HIRAM STREET The Select Carpet and Furniture House H. LEVENSON, Prop. Furniture, Carpets, Stoves, Linoleum, Bedding Etc. 71 DENNIS STREET, Near Church Street Cash or Credit Sale of Floor Coverings $48 50 GENUINE FELT BASE LINOLEUM. A large OO assortment of patterns, sold formerly 68c yd. Yard tjQC $90.00 VELVET RUGS 9x12. assorted patterns, at -' GENUINE CORK LINOLEUM RUGS ClC CA 9x12, formerly $22.00. Now $ A 0. ?U VERY SPECIAL BED, SPRING AND MATTRESS 2-Inch continuous post bed, 1-inch filler, cotton mattress and guaranteed sagless spring, formerly C91 K( $32.00 - J" GENUINE WHITE COTTON LARGE SIZE j A QO QUILT Beautiful design, as low as 3)Trq?0 There are in the United States 1,896,000 stores and offices and 429.500 industrial establishments which use electricity purchased from the 5.600 electric service companies of the country. N. BRITTINGHAM IS NOW ASSOCIATED WITH M. E. SCHWARTZ 135 ALBANY STREET Diamonds. Watches, Jewelry -1

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