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VOLUME XLIII. NO. 17.
taoeS WeaUy, E n t e n d Bs Bscon4.Ol«s Hettes a t t k t F«s%,
• e a « s Bl BeS Baals, H . ft, rate t b i A M M U T f t
RED'• BANK, U J;? WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1920.
$1.50 Per Year?
PLAY AT -SHREWSBURY.
NO CiARCE FOE STOflAGE, 1 "SHOWER" F O 5 i E D BANK G1KL
PAGES 1 TO 10.
NEW SEWERS.
Contract for $3,'MB.50 Awarded, to
Young ft«»bylerians.
Monmouth Contracting Company.
j It Wjis Given Friday Night for Mies
NEW DWELLINGS GOING UP ON
INDEPENDENT FIRE BOYS WIN
"Wanted—A Wife" i 3 the title of NEW YOUK DOCTOR BUYS OUT
Margaret Valenlisie.
A contract for f>8,448.50 was THREE NEW HOUSES GOING UP
A miscellaneous
"ahower" was
CHARLES H, HURLEY.
AT THAT PLACE.
a play which will be given Friday
BRIDGE AVENUE.
awarded to the Monmouth contractOUT OVER THE MAYOR. • i;iven Friday night by Miss Uraula
night in the Sunday-school room of
ing company Monday night by the William G. Hoffmayeir Building a
-iinrle of Maple avenue for Misa Mar- They are Being Built by Frank J. the
Dr. Robert A. Coolie Pays $5,000 for mayor
.They Were Told by the Msyor- That garet
Shrewsbury
Presbyterian
church.
and
council
for
laying
sewers
of Bank street. A
Land and Buildings where Mr, on William street and on portions of
"Ready Cut" House on Hubbard
Matseon with Lumber Taken from The play will picture the results of
.They WoaSd Hava to Pay #10 Be- social Valentine
time was enjoyed
iye< and a lun
Hurley Has Carried on Business Bridge avenue, River street, Leonard
Avenue Costing About $4,000—
& Hotel &nd a House? which were an advertisement placed in the paper
cauio-'They Hsld a Fair bta Their
cheon was served. Mil:BS Valentino
for Many Years.
Two Other Bungalows Being Built.
Torn Down.
Lot—T|b» Mayor OvwruIoijL
by John Bachellor. Those who will
street and Leighton avenue. The bids
William G. HoiTmiiyer of Jeraey
When Independent fire company of received many gifts. Those present
Frank J. Hanson is building three take part are Kcginald PnrBoHs • and I. Charles H. Hurley of Shrewsbury for this work were opened several
Red Uank started a fair three vveelts were Mrs. Hyatt Cunningham, Mrs, houses on tho oast Bide of Bridge Misses Jesaie Silver, Dorothy Grover, Illn » 8O 'J >''" business property at that weeks ago, but action on awarding City is building a house at River
Elsie
VanBrunt,
Mrs.
John
Valenago a storehouse for street mschinery
avenue, near Calvary Baptist church. Ruth Parker, Virginia Grattan, P>»<:,e to Dr. Kobert A. Cooke of New the contract was deferred because Plaza, on the east side of Hubbard
had just been completed on the llre- tine, Mrst| Viola .Smith and Misses The houses arc on adjoining lots and Marie, Bessis and Mildred Johnson, York, owner of Hochhockson farm at some of the councilmen believed, that avenue. Mr. Hoffmayer bought the
lot from Frank Elhoff of Valley
liouse grounds. Entrance to theBeatrice and Teresa Valentine, Grace one of the lots ia on the northeast Mary Elizabeth Shoemaker, Alice Tinton' Falls. The price was $5,000. lower bids could be obtaincrl.
Stream, New York. Mr. Elhoff
.storehouse was cut ofif by a dance and Minerva Harrison, Ethel Moag corner of Bridge avenue and River Beake, Frances Farker, Margaret For many years Mr. Hurley has car1
A
petition
for
sewers
on
the
westand
Ella
Thompson.
Misa
Valentine
bought the lot eight years ago from
platform used at the fair, and Muyor
street. Lumber from the old OceCharlotte Giere, Ethel Bowne, ried on a wheelwright nnd blacksmith ern end of. Kiver street was turned William C. Ilubbartl, who owns the
Arthur A. Patterson told tho firemen will bo married on Saturday of next anic inn and from a house on White Hue,
business
and
has
sold
farm
impledown
on
the
ground
that
because
of
Helen
Honigman
and
Sarah
Parker.
adjoining property on the south. Mr.
thay would hat>e. to pay ?10 to the week to Austin C. Lynch of Philadel- street which was owned by Sigraund
ments and coal on this property. The
on that street the cost Hoffmayer paid $050 for the lot,
town to cover tho cost of storing the phia. The couple will live at New- Eisner and occupied by Lowia Gan- The rest of the program of thenew owner has not stated what he conditions
would be too high. A petition by the which is 40x300 feet and which runs
evening
will
be
in
charge
of
Miss
street machinery in another building ark,
will do with the place, except that he same folks for a light was referred to
dorp is being used in building the Margaret Eue.
from Hubbard avenue to the river.
" e on. The flrcwill not continue the wheelwright, the lighting committee fov a report.
Bridge ave/iue houses. The inn and
while the fair waa goinpho< money and
Mr. Hoffmayer also owns the riparian
blacksmith
and coal business. Mr,
the
White
street
house
were
bought
men agreed to pay trie
rights of the river front of his lot.
Hurley
will
rent
a
portion
of
the
by
Mr.
Manson
and
torn
down
some
went ahead with "their fair, which
The house will be 20x20 feet, two
property for his farm implement
time ago. The lumber was left on
ended last Saturday night.
stories high. It will have six rooms
business.
Bridge avenue property and Mr.
At tho council meeting Monday JOHN GLASS WAS CLOSE TO the
and
a bath room and all modern im»
Maneon says that before he got
The place is on the south side of
night Councilman G, Howard ttppinThe house will be what
ready to build enough timber was LOUIS SOFFEL SURPRISED ON Sycamore avenue, diagonally across ABBOTT WORTHLEY BUYS OLD provements.
"DAVY JONES'S LOCKER."
cott stated that the town could well
is
known,
as a "ready-cut" house.
HIS BIRTHDAY LAST WEEK.
the street fvom the railroad station.
Afford to lose this !j>10 in view of the Ho wns Alone in a Motor Boat Five stolen to build a house.
All the building material will be reHENDRICKSON
HOMESTEAD.
Each of tho new houses ia 20x80 :He was 03 Years Old and on Wednes- It has a frontage of 113 feet on
Horvice3 and the sacrifices mndc withceived from a Western concern, with
Miles from -Shore wlicn fia w«a feet,
with six rooms and a bathroom.
out charge by the firemen for the
day Night Hia Friered« Paid /Him an Sycamore avenue and i t is 200 feet The Sale Included 100 Acres of a every piece cut to the proper size and
Knocked
Out
of
the
Boat
by
a
Pilo
deep. I t is bounded on the east by
Each
house
will
bo
provided
with
benefit of the toi-n. He mnde a moFarm
of
150
Acres
and
Negotiaready to be - nailed together. The
UnexpectecS'Vistt
at
His
Homo
on
of Lobster Pots Falling on Him.
the Central railroad tracks. On is
electricity, gas, hot and cold water,
tion that no cHni. j he made for stortions are Under Way for the Sale house will, cost about $-1,000. Water
the {Half Mile Road.
John
Glass
of
Belford,
alone
in
his
a
large
two-story
building
and
in
the
stationary
tubs
and
other
modern
iming the machinery. Mayor Patterson motor boat and five miles out in Rariwill be supplied from a well, with an
of the Balance of the Farm.
Louis SolTel of Overlook farm in
provements They will have con- Middletown township waa surprised rear of this building is a small buildsaid tho firemen hnd agreed to pay for
Abbott Worthlcy last week bought electric pump. The house will be comthe storage and that he could see no tan bay last Thursday, suddenly crete porches enclosed with glass. last Wednesday night by a visit from ing in which farm implements are the greater portion of the Hendrick- pleted by early spring and Mr. Hoffreason why they should not keep the found himself knocked out of hisCharles Dangler, ia doing the work. a number of friends who paid a call stored. A railroad spur and several son homestead farm at Bradevelt mayer will make his permanent home
agreement. Mr. UppinctStt's motion boat and in the water. He had a lot Each lot is30xl5D feet. Mr. Manson on him in celebration of his G8th large coal bins are on the property. from Carl E. Fisher. The sale com- there.
waa seconded by Councilman J. A. of lobster pota in his boat and the is building the houses as an invest- birthday. The surprisers came
In 1865 the original blacksmith prised 100 acres. The hind lies on
b
by
ment ana
and he
will put
put tnem
them on
on we
the aiTtomobile, meeting on the le
VanSctioick and unanimously carried. pile of pots fell down, striking Mr. ment
Bert Patten, a mason of Red Bank,
he will
Half- and wheelwright shop on the premises both sides of the county stone road
After the meeting there was con- Glass with such force that he was market at $4,500 each. They will be m i l e r o a d n e a r M r goffcl's home, and was built by Edmund T. Williams. leading to Marlboro and the old Hcn- is building a house on the west side
aidernblc comment on the matter by thrown overboard. Tho engine of completed by January.
Later
the
place
was
'leased
by
the
of
Manning street.
This lot is
then driving in a body to the house. late Theodore Sickles, who ran it for drickson homestead, near tlie Brick 50x100
firemen and others. One person who tho' motorboat waa going and the
The house will be a
The evening was sppnt in festivities three years, at the end of which time Reformed church. Not included in bungalow,feet.
was at the meeting said that this ac- boat was rapidly leaving Mr, Glass,
22x26
feet,
with
a large
the sale was a tract of about fifty
and a general good time was enjoyed. .,
,
'
. , .
r>- i
i n u i t ; atllt; VVU5 a t r a c t OI ilUUUl 11ILV living and dining room, kitchen and
tion Iiy the mayor in trying to save when he grabbed the end of a tiller
Mr.
Soffe]
broke
his
hip
last
fall
and
$10 for the town at the expense of the isope which streamed out behind the
J pantry, and two bedrooms. The
ft
h .,
f tho
h
for nine weeks he was in the hospital. the place was rented by Richard B. jj
Mataiiromen contrasted oddly with the boat. The lobsterman was 24 feet
house will be of stucco finish and is
He was unable to walk for a long Campbell and SamuelSMorrcllol Lit-j Pwan
road
art o
f t h at
i t Hillsdale.
t ^ j ° Negotiations
mayor's tiction last winter when he from the boat and by slow and pain- HOLMDEL FARMER HAS ONE time
built that an addition can be made
sold
his
interests
in
the
business
to
his
after his discharge from the hosy
are under way for the sale of this so
turned down an offer by Camp Vail ful effort he managed to pull himself
to it when desired. A wide porch
parti:
r.
Campbell
ran
the
bumanother
party.
pital, except by the aid of a crutch
propcrty to
WEIGHING 113 POUNDS.
soldiers to clean snow off tho streets hand over hand to the boat, which
will go along the entire front of Ijltel
De mb
or cane. He has now almost fully reof
\ m g !the"**.
" u...
The*Hendrickson
farmhouse
free of charge and spent hundreds of all the time was being propelled
28th,. "-."ail
1875,
shop
1875. when
shoo fburned
. , architecture
..__!.:,.....,'
„„ismany
~ house. The bungalow is being buitt
the type
of
of
dollars of the town's money to hire ahead without anyone to steer it. It was Raised, by Benjamin F. TiUon covered from his accident. 1
by William W. Cook and the cost of
down.
and Ho Won $10 from Ezra Stilyears ago. It is one of the finest
Those present at the party were
men at $5 a day to do this work.
bungalow will be about $2,000.
Mr. Glass managed to pull himself in
When the fire occurred Mr. Hur- examples of a colonial dwelling in .theOn
wogon, vrho Bet That the Squ»>h Mr. and Mra. Arthur Soffel and chilthe same struct John H. Cook,
the boat over tbe stern nnd he then
Did Not Weigh 100 Pound..
dren Margaret and Carl, Mrs. Chris- ley, who was a native of Clendoln, this part of the county. When Mr. Jr., is building a bungalow 22x30
collapsed. After a time he revived
had
been
working
for
Mr.
Campbell
Fisher
bought
tliQ
property
several
tina
Chafiier,
Miss
Lizzie
Soffel,
Mr.
A squash weighing 1.13 pounds and
feet. This bungalow will cost about
sufficiently, to steer the boat to the
con- $2j500. It will have five rooms, coniConover and children four years. When he went to work years ago the farm comprised
p
shore, but for several days after the one ounce is being exhibited at the and Mrs. Fred
th 200
200acres and
d
and. Ella May of Colt's at Shrewsbury the railroad through yi d b l g
than
incident he was so weak that he was store of Kinhafer & Cpnover of Carolton
place was not on thc main line siderably
Holmdel by Benjamin P. Tilton. TheNeck, Mr. and Mrs. John Grant of that
able to do but little work.
but was a single track spur ruuniiiK
squash was grown on Mr. Tilton'a Ho well, Mr. and Mrs. Arch Reynolds from
MARLBORO MAN LEAVES HOUSE
Eatontown to Port Monmouth.
farm at Crawford's Corner, near of Wickatunk, Mr. and Mrs. WellingTO HIS DAUGHTER.
first day he went to work Mr. and Mr.
;
COMMODORE FOR TENTH TIME. Holmdel, and according to a sign ton Wilkins and son Stanley of Tin- The
Falls, Mr. and Mrs. Chriney Con- Hurley got off the train at Eaton- men built residences on the land
of they these houses are expected to be finAHentown Woman Directs That Be- Independent Ice Yacht Club Nomi- fastened to it the enormous size of ton
ished early in November. town
and
walked
to
Shrewsbury,
as
the squash is due in a large degree to over and children of Holmdel Mrs.
quests Be Made to Charitable Inwas no train running at thebought.
nates Ralph B. SickeU.
the use of Bowker's fertilizer and Florence Kettle and Miss Alida Smith there
stitutions after Her Husband Dies
Mr.
Worthlcy
will
take
possession
he was due to get on the job.
ORIOLES LOSE AGAIN.
At a special meeting of Independ- Calso spray. Before the squash was of Fair Haven, Arthur Harrison of time
—Other Wills.
served the allotted time of of his new property in March. He
ice yacht club of Red Bank last weighed there was much controversy Little Silver and Mrs. Ada Conover Having
bought the farm as an investment Second Game in Series with Norfour
years
as
an
apprentice
at
the
John O'Hiira of Marlboro be- ent
and
son
Lewis
and
Mr.
and
Mrs.
Walweek Ralph B. Sickels was nominated among those who saw it as to how
Mr. Hurley at the time of the and he will rent it. The price paid
woods is Lost by Red Bank.
heavy it was. Its owner offered to ter Noble and Mr. and Mrs. Charles shop,
fire, was, according to the custom of by him was $15,000.
The Red Bank Oriofys dropped the
bet anyone $10 that it weighed at Brencker of Red Bank. The party j those
times,
a
finished
mechanic
in
was
arranged
by
Mrs.
Wilkins.
second game of the aeries with the
least 100 pounds. Ezra Stilwogon,
his line of work.
ASK FOR PROTECTION.
Norwoods of Long Branch Sunday by
Minlun and Anatole Chameroy for clerk for Kinhafer & Conover, took
wife, Mary O'Hara.
a score of 3 to 1. The game waa
up
the
bet
after
lifting
the
squash.
After
the
fire
Mr.
Williams
put
up
vice
commodore,
Clanence
E.
Fisher
Middletown
Township
Officials
Mrs. James J. Murphy of Allcnplayed on the Orioles' grounds before
eighteen feet square back
river commodore, Herman D.
Alarmed by Increase of Crime.
Mr. Tilton is disposing of the RIVER STREET HOUSE SOLD. aof building
town left all her property to her hus- for
a crowd of fully 3,000 people. Long
the site of the burned building,
Woolley for treasurer, Arthur ChamThe increase of crime in Middle- lines of chairs were placed in the
band for his,use as long as he lives. eroy for secretary and Allen Havi- squash on the vco-operativcf plan and Michael Garruto Buys a Home Near and in this place Mr. Hurley carried
he
has
sold
more
than
fifty
tickets
at
After his death Mrs. Murphy's house land for official measurer. The house
His' Clothing Factory. on a horse shoeing and wheelwright town township and the need of police field to accommodate the overflow
cents each in addition to winning
and its contents are to go to her sis- committee consists of Ralph B. Sick- ten
eighteen years. In 1889 protection was discussed at great'from the stands and hundreds of
Hamilton
The
he Bllnk
. , ,1 1 , W.
. .Price of the Red business
ter, Ellen Lnrldn.'^Mrs. Murphy's els, Lester McClure, Fred Fischer, $10 from Mr. Stilwagon.
eatate
who Mr. Hurley bought the property from length Monday night by the township other fans viewed the game seated
f
f four
f
wns grown from
one of
.
. « ' ,
, , company, who
brother. Rev. Peter J. Hart, the exe- Jr., Frank K. Stier and Elmer Crelin. squash
Mrs.
Williams's
Mr. Williams committee. Hold-up men have been on the turf.
,k wbirV,
<riven to Mr. Ti'.ton
Tilton fought the James Glenncm house and hnd died a shortestate.
seeds
which were given
cutor of the will, is directed to pay On the membership committee are BPP
time previous. A unusualy active in the township of Starr was late in arriving at the
lbt on the north side of River street
by a friend last winter.
s"hort
time
later
Mr.
Hurley
built the late and other kinds of crime have Ueld and Matthews started pitching
a few months ago, has sold the propciety at Ossimng, New York, St.
The committeemen for Red Bank. He got out of a hole
erty to Michael Gtjiruto for $1,800. buildings which are now on the prop- increased.
and
Herman
D.
Woolley.
The
regatseph'a seminary a t Baltimore, Hope- ta committee is made up of William "SMILIN" THROUGH" LECTURE. The lot is 4Gx200 Wet and mns to erty
thought it would be impractical to made by two errors in the first inengage
a
police
force. They also dis- ning, which placed two men on base.
well Catholic orphans' association Shields, Beverly Brown, Herman D.
the foot of the bluff on which the In 1890 Mr. Hurley added farm
carded the idea of buying a motor- In the second inning Long Branch got
and the building fund, of the Allen- Woolley, Isaac Williams and Allen An Audience of About 800 Persons house stands. The house has six implements
and
general
farm
maHoar Rev. Henry R. Rote.
rooms but no improvements. Mr. chinery to his business. It was the cycle for an officer, The matter was a man on second with two out.
The entertainment comLast Friday night the first lecture Garrato bought the nlace as a home. first business of its kind to be started finally disposed of. by instructing Toach, the Norwood catcher, drove
iB a partner with his brother, in the' county. Like all thc other Clerk Howard W. Roberts to ask the one in,to the crowd in left field and
and Arthur Chameroy. of the series planned by the Red He
Mi'a. Murphy's brothers and sisters. Matthews
Bank Woman's club was given at the Frank Garruto, in the manufacture businesses established by Mr. Hurley authorities of Red Bank, Atlantic one run scored, Toach was out tryThe
club
expects
to
hold
a
series
of
Abram Osborn of Wall township
high school. About 800 persons wore of clothing in their factory'on River it grew rapidly, due to the expert at- Highlands, Highlands and Keansburg ing to stretch the hit into a homer.
in the audience. Tho lecture was J>y street. Mr. Glennon, who had owned tention and square dealings of itsto furnish policemen to answer emer- In Red Bank's half of the second incalls in Middletown township. ning things looked rosy. The first
near Bailey's Corner to Ms daughter, yachts.
Rev. Henry R. Rose, and was a repre- the property a long time, moved to owner. Mr. Hurley will give his en- gency
the township committeemen were batter hit safely, Higgins beat out a
May Remsen. The rest of his estate
sentation of Jane Cowl in her play of Trenton at the time he sold the tire time to the farm implement busi- All
COUNCIL
BUYS
A
SAFE.
agreed
that unemployment and hard tardy throw and Estelle was safe on
place.
he divided among his three children
"Smilin' Through."
>
ness after the, new owner of the prop- times were
coming and that this a bunt. It looked like good baseball
Addison F. Osborn, May Remsen and It Will bo Used by the New Collector
erty takes "possession, and he will would cause more
At tho regular meeting of the Wocrime.
Florence Oaborn.
at this point to have pulled Matthews
display machinery in the western end
a n d tha Cost Will be $470.35.
LEG BROKEN IN FALL.
man's club at their rooms in the Eisand Luther, the next batters, and
of the main building.
building the coming Friday^afterBrKfivldd K a t e among he? • ™° »W>r and council on Monday ner
Mrs.
Edward
Hoey
of
Vanderburg
in
send in more reliable hitters. Ued
SCHOOL
BOARD
SUED.
noon Miss Helen Honigman of
a Hospital at New Brunswick.
Bank's board of strategy failed to
Shrewsbury will talk on modern
Writ
Granted
by
Supreme
Court
a year ago
g r a s p the situation, with thc result
Mrs. Edward Hoey of Vanderburg
CHIEF IS BOY'S GUARDIAN.
will be elected next month to succeed poetry and there will also be music.
Againn
Ocean
Grove
Board.
h a t Matthews and Luther fanned
t
fell
last
Wednesday
while
walking
on
Dr. William M. Thompson. A large
*ia-»-^
Supreme Court Justice Samuel [ and Hurley ilied out. This was the
CAN BUILD A GARAGE.
her porch and ' her1 right leg was Peter Morrell of Fair Haven Taking
part of the town's books and papers
BOUGHT LOT FOR STORE.
Kalisch
has
granted
a
writ
which
acts
'
one
and last chance Red Bank had of
.Care
of
Boys'
Home
Lad.
broken. She is under treatment for
now kept in the private safe of
Permission Grunted to H. C. McLean are
Peter Morrell, chief of police of as a stay against the functioning of winning the game. In the fourth tha
her injury at St. Peter's hospital at
Leader
of
Braes
Band
Will
Build
in
Dr.
William
M.
Thompson,
the
town
Despite Fire Limit! Ordinance.
New Brunswick. For some time MM. Fair Haven, has become the guardian ;he Oceari Grove board of education Norwoods annexed another run on an
West Red Bank.
collector. Dr. Thompson had previalso stays the orders of Charles error and a hit.
Permission .was granted Monday ously been before the board and had
Luigi Ferro, leader of the Royal Hoey has been crippled with rheuma- of Joseph O'Connor, a boy eleven indStrahan,
-—
.....u „..,.,»*.*» luvi'uu; uuaiy ueun ueioru trie ooara anu naa
the county superintendStarr took up the pitching burden
years old, who was a former inmate
and she was obliged to use
night by the mayor and council to notified them that after the first of Italian band of Red Bank, last week tism
mt,
in appointing the Ocean Grove for the Orioles in the fifth. Ho
ary it would be necessary to bought a lot, 35xl8G feet, on the crutches in walking. Her ailment of a boys' home at Jersey City. >orough
Henry L.
to bu»lcovering
a wooden
school
board.
The
writ
was'
walked
thc first batter, who was sacgarage
withMcLean
a corrugated
on January
Some
time
ago
Joseph
was
sent
from
had
improved
so
much
that
she
unhave a room and a safe in the bor- corner of Shrewsbury avenue and
his property on Maple avenue. It ough hnll for the next collector.
Bank street from Michael Canzonn dertook to walk without crutches for this home to an Italian family at Fair lecured by .Ward Krcmer, an Asbury riliced to second and scored on a hit.
was stated that Mr. McLean's propfor $1,000. Mr. Fcrro will construct the first time last Wednesday, when Haven, but his home there was not ^ark lawyer. It is said Mr. Kremer i Red Bank got its lone run in the
erty is inside of the fire limits in
pleasant and he ran away. After his as acting uncTer the orders of Lyle I fifth. Hurley beat out an infield
a brick building, in which will be a she met with her injury,
Stewart Letts Improving.
which wooden buildings are prohibcapture Mr. Morrell became interest- Shafto, president of the Neptune hit, stole second and scored when
store
on
tho
first
floor
and
living
Stewart W. Letts of Belford, who rooms on the second floor. The cost
ited, hut that the town officials have
ed in the boy and was appointed his township school board, who is claimed the Long Branch shortstop and left^
tho privilege of making exceptions in waa beaten and robbed of $975 last will be about $6,000. Mr. Ferro is JOHN GALATRO BUYS A HOUSE.guardian and the boy now lives at ;o have acted without authority from fielder booted a grounder around the
the enforcement of this ordinance week, has so far recovered from his a comparatively new resident of Red He Bought Morgan ; V. Disbrow's ;he Morrell home.
;he rest of the board. The case will lot.
injuries thnt he io out. He will not Bank. Ho is 05 years old and he
when they deem it wise to do so.
be nrguccl in thc supreme court next
Proporty on Monmouth Street.
The series between the teams has
be able to work for several weeks. came here from Sicily.
been lengthened to thc best three out
-John Galatro of Herbert street has Party on Newman Springs Road. month.
None
of
the
stolen
money
has
been
of five! The next game will be
Sale bf Rumson House.
bought a house and lot on the south
A surprise party wns given
recovered. The sanie night Mr. Letts
His Job Secure.
played on the Norwoods' grounds
side of Monmouth street, between Wednesday night for Vernon Cook,
Hugh McCurron of Rumson has-, was robbed thieves got into MiSt. James's Barn Dance.
The
long
legal
battle
over
the
posnext Sunday afternoon,
Bridge
and
Shrewsbury
avenues,
t chaol Conroy'a house nit Belford.
son
of
John
H.
Cook,
Jr.,
of
the
NewJames's annual barn dance will
Morgan "V. Disbrow of Broad man- Springs road. Games, dancing session of the office of clerk of the
at that place to Mra. Roso Holmes of They were chased out and they got no hbSt.
held in St. James's hall Wednesday from
HOSPITAL FOUNDER DEAD.
Rutnson, who bought it as an invest- booty.
street for $6,500. The house has and refreshments were enjoyed. Asburv Park district court has beeri
night,
November
3d.
The
hall
will
ment. The lot is 50x140 feet and the
eleven rooms and has been occupied Those present were Sybillnh and John settled in favor of Harry M. Wilson,
be
decorated,
in
the
usual
autumn
Mrs.
A. N. Whartenby of Spring
the
present
clerk.
Mr.
Wilson
was
house baa sevon rooms. Mr, McCnrthe past five years by John Sidell and Osborn, Minerva Harrison, Esther
A "Shower" for Mrs. Kennedy.
style with cornstalks, leaves putnp- his
Lake Died Lait Week.
ron has a barn on an adjoining lot
family. The lot has a frontage VnnKirk, William Patterson and appointed in 1917 by Judge Taylor,
Vins
and
lanterns.
The
members
of
Thirty
persons
attended
a
miscela Democrat. When Judge Benjamin
on Washington street nnd he will
Mrs. A. N. Whartenby of Spring
of 100 feet on Monmouth street and Daniel and Malcolm Walling.
the
ladies'
sodality
will
be
dressed
as
laneous
"shower"
given
Wednesday
^mith,
a
Republican,
was
appointed
convert this into u bungalow for his
.Lake, who built the hospital nt that
150 feet deep. Mr. Galatro bought
night by thc Sons of Veterans' aux- farm maids anil will sell cakes, is
own occupancy.
the property for his own occupancy. Red Crosi to Meet at Red Bank. ie tried to remove Wilson as clerk. | p i a C c as n memorial to her daughter,
iliary of Red Bank for Mrs. Welling- doughnuts, pies and cider.
Wilson is an exempt fireman and a Mrs. Ami May Robinson, died last
ton W. Kennedy of Peters place.
The annual meeting of the Mon- Spanish war veteran.
Ralph B. SickoU for Collector.
Wednesday. ' Mrs. Whartenby was
Mammoth Sweet Potatoes.
mouth county Red Cross will be held
"Should it not be possible, bofore tho Mrs. Kennedy was formerly Miss Ada
Did Not Indorie Hunt.
85 years old. She • had lived at
On
exhibition
in
the
display
winnext
Wednesday
night
in
the
Eisner
For
Sale
to
Close
an
Estate.
time comes, for him to have a per- Predmore and she is president of the
Spring Lake many years. Mrs.
Mrs. Minnie Bisbce, leader" of the dow of The Register office 'last weok
waa
held
in
building
at
Red
Bank
for
the
election
Your
opportunity
to
purchase
n
sonal talk with you, permit us to call auxiliary. The "shower"
r
was
neiii
in
j
;
women's
club
of
Atlantic
R
e
p
l
U
)
c
n
n
were two large sweet potatoes of an executive committee and fov summer home at a sacrifice price. Whartenly built the first hospital a t
your attention to a fow facts which the lodge rooms in the Davulson t o wpn s m P s t a t e g t h n t t h e c i u b ^ iin o t raised
Spring Lake seventeen years ago.
on the old Bailey -farm near
not
townsmPi stateg thnt the
we believe nvery good citizen should building,
business. Each branch is en- Three cottages with garages nnd At first it wns intended only aa a
indorse George S. P. Hunt as a can- l i n c r o f -t . T-h-c f t-l r m i •a o * vnccI " " • A n - other
grounds
at
Sea
Bright
must
be
sold
consider.
titled
to
be
represented
by
one
deleconvalescent home for patients of tho
didato for collector. She Bays the ;t h
B i h „ a|i(, w o r k e d
at once to close an estate. Fully fur- Spruce street hospital at Philadelphia
Atlantic Highlands House-Sold.
gate for every COO members.
• At the coming election be Is a canclub nt its last meeting voted not to ! mondd Molzori.
h
d
M
l
The
T
potatoes
tt
weighed
nished.
Will
be
sold
for
one-half
of
but Mra. Whartenby saw the need at
didate for Collector of our Borough
Mrs. Mary Galley of Atlantic High- run any candidates for township, ofthe value of tho building3 alono. a public hospital nnd turned the
four pounds. Mr. Molzon had one of
• Wo Try to Interest
ami ia running absolutely alone with- lands has soli] -her bungalow and lot fices.
Property
hns
a
large
frontairo
on
the
the finest sweet "potato crops in the rather than sell you. We can tell you
building over to the Spring Luke alout a string tied to him by anyone. on
_ South
_ avenue_ at that ,place„ to
.„
Lincroft district this yenr.
the facts about pianos, and player ocean, on both Bides of the Ocean liance. Mrs. Whartenby also donated
If elected bia one and only object in Charles T. Leonard of Leonardo, The
Belford Duck Hunters.
pianos that you'Jl lie glad to learn. Boulevard and on the Shrewsbury the land on which the new wing to
view is to serve the people. Ho is price wns $2,000. Tho lot is C0xl!15
We know that your ideas plus our ex- river. Tlie cottages arc maintained the hospital wan built.
not in burliness for himself, therefore feet. Mra.' Gnftey has'moved to a Seymour Luker and George and
To Bo Married Nest Week.
perience will better equip you to pur- in thorough repair and order. Yon
he will not hurt hip'customers' feel- houao on Highland avciiuc which she Stanley Cook of Belford have been
The
wedding
of
Miss
Catherine
iiig.i by •collecting their taxes when bought last summer from William duck hunting every day since the sea- McCnithy, daughter of Mrs. Cath- chase a piano whether it be here ov aic uiTciuil u choice uf thieu properFISHERMAN DIES AT SEA.
boii begun. They hunt along the
elsewhere. If you want to buy im- ties at a price which makes anyone
they are due. Ho is not u politician, Kalj.li.
ditches and creeks on the Bay shore. erine McCarthy of Walluce street, mediately we. will recommend a suit- of the number an uimsiml invest- Henry Lane of Gnlileo Striclxat* willa
therefore there will be no political
and
Charles
Giblin
of
Cheatnut
On Saturday and Monday they got street, will take place next Wednes- able instrument. And if you dont, ment. Floor pinna and photographs
boiM to (five dictations. He is not
Our FlaCo ia Always Flooded
Apoplexy whilo Fishing,
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consider your vitnt an oppor- will b« nent you upon request. AdHi'lfisih; lie docB not hold uny other with cleaning, pressing, • dyeing and BLJC ducks.
day morning at ten o'clock at St.please
Lane of Galileo, a hook and
tunity nnd a privilege for us to tell drcaa William If. IJintolmann, Rum- lineHenry
borough,- county or state position. repair work because our" service ia
Jnmes's
church.
Mr.
Giblin
ia-.
vice
liiihermnn,
waa stricken with
You've Been Waiting for This.
one more person about our method!) son, N. J. Phono 410.—Advertiselift wan born in Rod Bank, and him unequalled. Most good.ilrcsuera come
presiiilent
of
the
New
Jersey
chapter
apoplexy
while Ihihing a milo and a
Big public sale of high-grade milch
ment.
_
and
our
carefully
chosen
stocks
of
made it his homo ever Binci>. Ho wan here to have their clothes pleased tho
of Rainbow division veterans.
liulf off tho ahoru hint Wvilneadity
pin"on ami players. A. B. Dirlinn's
in litiHliutns in town until Uio wnrcon- nanitnry way. In fact, people arc in- cow.'i, bullii nnd heifera, hogfi and
anil fell overboard. Another fishing
piano [shop, Drummond place, Red
(iituina compelled him to give up the itin yt h y
t
d it ,tlip
'Wo
" shoatii, at Zlotlcin's sales stiibleo, opNotico.
boat was nearby nnd Lime's body was
way.
Central railroad station at
linnk. l'hono 1192-M.--AdvertiseLadies Who Find Fault
that weAre
doyou
it tliii
building of ploniuire craft to work on obey orders.
This in to give notico to the public taken
ever criticised posite
the vrnter before dentil
with
cleaning,
K,
repairing
and
ment.
government work. For nine yoavo ho for not looking spruced up? Let" UH Freehold, Wednesday, October- 27th,
thnt tho firm of Heller Brothers, came. from
All efforts to revivo the man
t ttry our
di
ought
ht byb all means to
was connected wltb tho Water Do- keep your clothes praised for you. at 12:l!0 ahiirp. This is tlie first fall dyeing
trading as The Red Bank liadiator
mirtmmit, during which time ho It'lNmuke nil the difference in the little and the stock waa nelci-ted after a work. It's bound to please everyone.
Works, on Kuluvdiiy, September 18th, failed and Mr, Lano wtm de«<l befora
Winter is Just Two Mimtlm OH.
liamlli'd coniiidenibh) of tbe town's!world. liroiid Street Cleaners & I)y- careful personal inspection. 'Von Satisfying customers h our buaincaH.
Ar« yon prepared for thono long mild their business on Went Front the iihoro was reached. .Mr. Luna
Try
nil
nnd
nee.
It
ia
unnecessary
to
money. And lust but not least it m, next to Red jliiiik Trust Co.— take no cmincen in buying at thin sale.
winter evenings? If not, why not? street, near Maple, avenue, and that wns (i(i yearn old and Wns "twice map• about with clothes impressed, (let bimy and m.'« Morteniion & Co. of ttheir
—Advertisement.
muni lid icmi'inlKired Unit hi: was tho Advertisement.
hi
took poH[ieft!tion of tied. He leaven a widow and on®
cleaned or repaired, an our priced are Atlnntic Highland!), N, J,, and have the lni!iiac!!!< on that
•man, at. tlic drat of thin y(.|ir, who
t h t date.
d t Tho
Th lirm
li daughter.
veryS'eHtionablt'.
French
Cleuneni
&
turned duwn the appointment of
install a Homer pipi'less funinci of Heller Brothers ia not responsible
. Interested lit Iladio?
ia n chnncu to knock tho II. C.
Dyers, Moo (Jovilon, proprietor, 0 them
We
have
a
few
umimiiil
bargain!!
in
Watur •SiipeijiittMiilont to permit an
in your home, l'hone 17-.I.—Adver- for any account incurred in tlieir of Here
Thc Red Hank Radio School jsturtL. in tlio hwul by installing
ex-soldier t« bo appointed.
piuno:i tuich IIH llnuhnun' 'and Hi-oiid Htvevt, UIMI Liimk. l'lunii! 1151. tisement.
immii in connection with tho Red Kilen
ed Tuesulny evening. Can handle, u lined
electric
—Advert
inomon
I.
other fine rjiake.'i. A. It. Dirlum'ii
Hank Radiator Worku uinco tlio above up Mottanaon
.
Now Unit we have (jlvou you tlio f«w more iitndi'nt.'i. IIIIIUH from 7 to piano nhoji, liniiiunonil place. lMione
Notico.
date.
Heller Brotlieni.—AdvertiHCfiiclit, (Unit you' think Umt Ralph 11. II. Invostlirut«. Write V. M. RIIIR- llt)t!-M, Red Hunk.— -Advurtincineut.
Iihrhlitnnn-for ft ilflmnnstratl<?j},,Jw
All pn-Hoii!! having i;oo(l!i of iiny m « n t .
Asburjr
Park
Rndio
Sclioifl
.
.
.
Mirkeln in well worthy »f your volt; wny, 10 Wallace Direct, or iihuiu'
jlo'iir homo. Plumb 17-J,for boys and fjirla over twelve years, kind ntiiiy place, will plpune call for
f«ir Oojltxlor?. Tli<» ytKht mini fortht" 380-H,- Red Hunk.—-Advertisement.
ment.
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Dr. Dunn, ISurijoon Chiropodist,
beginners of wirelena telegraphy. them on or before November Int. No
rifrlit place. Help him nnd you will
lespnimible after thin date. C. II Kecond National bank IniililiniC. Red
'flu?
ladien'
a'ld
fiociety
oi
LiiuToft
Send
for
pronpectun.
VnnDyko
KlccDualK*ma Mem'ft LugKl;.
find him well worthy of your nuppnrt.
Wf Call For and Deliver
will give a brown supper and bii'/ai' at tric Co., Anbury l'nrk.—Advertise- Hurley, Sliiewubiuy, N. J. -Aclvei' Bunk. Haunt from li:00 1.0 0:00
Fifty ei'nts. (Jaideti I,!tueh \U}>
your laundry, lln it right at t|ie right Hie ChnjM'l on TlnmHiay cveniuj.'; O
- AdvortiBemmit.
p. in. dally. 'lYIeplioiio Hll-W.---Ad- Moiimoulh iitrw't, JAM*pit Moi'i,
price.
ICt.yiH.iine inu/idry, J.IIIIK ttibev with, from nix until nine. A.<1 ment.
(I'iiU fur hy II. II nirk..|« l',,,a«ltw,.,)
vortineiuunt.
terei*,
proprietor.—Advei'tlfiiitti^tit.
Ilnmi'li and Anbury Park. (j. f-iwh'K,
Hoy Wnnlnl.
Itubbor Goods for A l l Purposes.
yi/llo«i!i|tiarl«r«,
•li! White ntreet, Red Hank, ropreaenBuy From nuinufuctuiw, (wut ou A|>i>lv ill once; !flfi to iitiui. Com
We buy, VBiit, sell, exchange and tntive.—Advertisement,
Hefoi-i! buying your winter piittiloen
S'urs [email protected]<!.
approval! KUaranloiHl, cntnlop.ua frcw, place f"ot' rijrlit buy to Ii>»m <liu
rupitir typewriter!!.
Tnibin'a, thn
,. Free delivery. II. M. at
m
i
Tha moat nkillful workmanship mi Fifth Avenue Hprainlty Co., fiOO limy^H'mi. Kntnin'a pharmacy, H ,.,,,..,
9tor« of a Tkuuimiul Itetisif, 58 llroail
It pay* to isdverUaa in The Roglttet. wraarkably low prices. Tho Poarl, 8 Fifth Avenue, New York.—Advortise- IIi'otTd ntn.Mil, K<!il linnk.-—Advci tine Cuok,'10 Wluuf avenue, Red Bunk. Jancl 4tli. Bupimr fl.OO.
utreol, Kud Bank.—.Mverttaeinfsnt,
i'lione
fi.'
M
.
Advertisement,
nwufe.
•no
nt.
i
Bros<l gtroet, R«d Baiils.—-Bad Baak, tnent,
••—Advertisement,
"Wonted—A W i f e " to bo Given by
BRADEVEIFTARM
FOUR WILLS PROBATED.
L1V, WVIIIMI^
A l.iUWJ.UU'Vl
. SOLD.
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RED BANK
¥m*> Two
Radical reductions arc prevailing in ail departments until
Saturday evening,.giving you three more days to fake advantage
of our Fall Opening specials.
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BRUSHES AND CLEANERS.
Thor Electric Vacuum Cleaner. Fine suction. Has rubber tirusfi,
aluminum parts and many other improvements. Very light in.weight
Special $29.50.
Bissels Carpet Sweeper. Special $4.SSS.
Oil Mop with adjustable handle, Special SSe.
x
Dust Brush, good quality hairJ Special 4§e. .
Furniture Polish, O-Cedar, Wizard or Lyktui, 25c size, special
19c; Soc size, special 3Sc.
•
Whether it be Wearing Apparel, Furniture, Ku£s or Household Goods, you will find values here that it will be very hard to
duplicate for a long time to come.
"Economy," says Ruskin, "is spending or saving * * *
to the best possible advantage."
Only foresighted and fortunate puchases permit us to offer
such specials in Linens at
(his time in the face of present
linen costs. They offer an unparalleled opportunity to 1ill
your needs.
SHEETS.
Double bed Sheets, Seacoast
brand, 81x90. Reg. S3.20,
special $2.75.
Double bed Sheets, our Special brand, 81x90. Reg. £2.75,
special $2.45.
Three-quarter bed Sheets,
welded seam, 72x90. Reg.
$2.19, special $1.69.
PILLOWCASES.
45x36. Reg. 59c, special
45c.
BED SPREADS.
Crochet, double bed size.
loo Spreads, were S3.5o,
special $2.95.
100 Spreads, were S3.95,
special $3.15.
TABLE CLOTHS.
Mercerized,
hemstitched,
605(72 in. Reg. $3.5o, special
KNITTING YARNS.
Shetland floss in a great array of colors. Special at 29c.
Worsted Yarns, especially for
winter wear. All shades. Special at 55c per ball.
Vicuna. A very special offering at 48c per ball.
RIBBONS.
One-third off on all satin ribbons from No. 9 up.
One-third off on all wash ribTOWELS.
bons except two tones.
Union Linen, 19x38 in.. Reg.
75c, special 59c.
Union Linen, 19x38 in. Reg. LACES AT BIG SAVINGS.
gl.OO, special 79c.
Cluny Laces. Special at 19c.
Cotton Huck. Special at
Nevertair Net in many col$2.95, $3.25, $4.50, $4.95 per
ors. Special at $1.25 per yd.
dozen.
Furniture of the true Steinbach standard at price reductions
that have created unusual interest in the Opening Sales of this
department.
DINING ROOM.
and extra Pillows. Regular §550.00. .
Eight-piece antique mahogany,
Adam period Din ng Room Suit,
comprising Buffet 66 in long Extension Table, J 4 m. 5 aide Chairs, •
1 Arm Chair, Chairs covered with
blue hair cloth seats. Regular S55O.
Special $395.00..
Extenion Tables, Golden and
Fumed Oak finishes, jj--.
42 in. top, 6 ft. extension,
S32.5O
$24.95
45 in. top, 6 ft. extension,
_ $27.50
S j7 5Q
.„*. ' , , ' V V* ' l( a ,,a A n
48 in. top, 6 tt- extension
5,43.00 . . . . . . . . . . *35.bO
54 in. top, 6 ft. extens<on,
S63.0O
?49.5(J
China Closets in fumed golden
oak, mahogany and walnut. Special
from $22.95 to $48.95.
1 iviivr n n n M
LIVINO KOUM.
Three-piece tapestry overstuffed
S p
T
^ i S S £ d Suit, nicely decor•
*
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^
Mm
, , /„!,,„ »,JLv ,,,.,{ -r-ihi,. I -nun
P
J ^ l h i f e o oo* sneriM *27S»0 '
Regular >35O.OO, special $275.00.
BEDROOM. /
Four-piece antique mahogany,
Queen Anne period Bedroom Suit.
Dresser, Chiffonier, Toilet Table, full
size Bed. Regular S2S0.00. Special
$195.00.
I hree-piece ivory enamel Bedroom Suit. Dresser, Chiffonier and
f o u r . s i x t h s size Bed. Reg. S 150.00,
A $107.00.
w h i ( e e n a m e i B e ( jo u t t i t | jncludj 1 ] ( , c o n t i n u o u s p 0S t Becj, guaranteed
Spring, 50-lb. rolled edge Mattress,
AH sizes. Regular S50.00. Special
$32.50.
Full size white enamel Crib. Continuous post, drop sides and guaranRegular
ti?eJ Rlst p r o o f S p r i n g
SIS.00. Special $12.95. "
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CHINA AND GLASSWARE.
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Dinner Set. Decorated American porcelain, 100 pieces of neat'
design embracing service for 12 people. Special ^27.5©. -•'•
Cups and Saucers of decorated China. Special $4.6S iaz.
Blue Earthen Jars, hand marked, for rice, salt^ etc. Special lfie.
Condensed Milk Jars, decorated.. Special S0«.
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An assortment of odd pieces of covered Vegetable Dishes and
Soup Toureens in china and porcelain. Decorated with neat pink design. Special $2.S0.
An assortment of decorated porcelain Plates, Vegetable Dishes,
Platters, Cups and saucers, etc., at 10c each.
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;
Cut Glass Flower Baskets. Regular $1.50, special 95c.
Cut Glass Fruit or Berry Bowls. Special 85c.
. ;
Table Tumblers, thin blown and decorated. Special $1.00 doa.
Jelly Glasses with tin tops, 50c doz.
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Glass Shelving 24 in. long, 5 in. wide, with 'jksraefcet.'Special
§2.25.
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Glass Towel Bars with nickel plated or brass ends, M^18, $1.2Sj
•}4x24, $1.50; -}4x3O, $1.75.
MISCELLANEOUS.
McDougall Kitchen Cabinet,
oak finish with auto front sliding
curtain, removable flour bin and
sanitary bread and sugar compartments. Special $67.50.
-0.9
KffllTnd&ffiS W^IS - BARONIAL FIBRE REED CHAIRS
Chair with separate loose Cushions.
AND ROCKERS.
•Regular S375.00, special $295.00.
; Regular SI0.00 value at
$ 7.65
Three-piece Queen Anne,- cane ', Regular Si 2.50 value at
9.95
back living Room Suit. Settee,
' Regular S25.00 value at
16.9&
Arm Chair and High Back Wing Easy
The S25.OO grade have upholsterChair. Upholstered in blue figured
ed seats and backs and separate loose
daniask. Separate loose Cushions
cushions.
Leonard Refrigerator, oak finish, steel lined,, well insulated with
lift top. Holds 125 lbs. of ice.
Special $29.50.
Ironing Boards of selected basswood, five feet long and extra
wide. Special $1.75.
Table Oil Cloth, 1 % yds. wide.
Special 59c yd.
A
White; Enameled Medicine
Cabinet with mirrored door.
$4.95.
- ;.
Parlor Brooms, good quality. Special 75c*
Aluminum Table Spoons. Special 19c each.
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^'""•""fex'Tt'tmly three pkgs. per customer) 10c.
Ash Sifters, rotary style. Fits over the barrel and keeps the dust
inside. $4.45.
Sanitary Garbage Can, white enamel, with foot-lifting cover.
Special $5.00.
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EVERETT NEWS.
Frank Markstein't Shoulder Dislocated in a Football Game.
Frank Markstein had to carry his
arm in a gling part of last week. He
is a member of the Red Bank high
school football team and his shoulder
was dislocated in a football game.
Frank hail so far recovered from his
THE SEACOAST TIRE SERVICE CO.,
injury by Saturday that he was able
to play again.
53 First Avenue,
Atlantic Highlands, N. J.,
Mrs. Ellen Costcllo has returned
i to Carteret after having spent the
• summer with her daughter, Mrs. John
is now, under new management and we are making the name
, Verne]].
of the SEACOAST TIRE SERVICE CO. a guarantee of entire
Frank Kelly, son of John Kelly, is
from sickness. He was
satisfaction. We therefor beg to solicit your trade in re- recovering:
out Saturday for the first time in sev•
eral
days.
treading, repairing and vulcanizing of tires and tubes so that
The baseball team played its last
our assertions may be proven.
game of the season at Seabright last
1
week. Seabright was the victor by
a score of 7 to 5. The Everett lads
Very truly yours,
are very much encouraged over trie
showing made by their nine this year
and they look forward next year to
having an aggregation that will dq
even better.
Thomas Kelly is suffering from
blood poisoning; in" his iright hand.
NELSON S. SNEDECOR, Mgr.
The trouble originated from a
Telephone 704.
scratch several days ago when Mr.
Kelly scraped his hand on a rail Doyle, Fred Wilkins, Cecil Francis,
fence. The hand is swelled to twice Norman Sickles, Leroy and Stanley
its normal size.
Hunt, Harold and Joseph Heulitt,
Mrs. Pocope and her daughter of Harold Taylor and Harry Hulling..
New York have been visiting Mra.
The women of the Reformed
Joseph Magee.
church will give their annual fair
next Monday and Tuesday nights.
L1NCROFT NEWS.
Miss Edna Wuebber has been enBazar and Bean Supper to be Held tertaining friends from Brooklyn.
Warren
Snedeker has moved into
at the Chapel Next Week.
Frawley house, which he bought
The ladies' aid society is making atheshort
time ago.
final arrangements for a bazar and
supper in the chapel Thursday night
SCOBEYVILLE NEWS.
of next week. The profits will be
used for repairs and improvements. Three Residents of TKis Place Shoot
Mr. and Mrs. E. 0. Flood of GalWild Ducks at Lincroft.
veston, Texas, spent part of last week
Saturday was the first day of the
with Mrs. Linda Bassett.
Electric lights are beinp installed duck hunting season, nnd J. Henry
in the chapel. It is expected to useVininpc, George Portner and Lottus
them the first time Thursday night of Tomadisky were nut bright and e:\rly
next week when a bazar and supper with their £uns at the dam of the
Tintcrn manor water company near
will be given.
Lineroft. Mr. Vining pot two ducks
Augustus Thompson and Miss Jo- and
Portner and Mr. Tomadisky
sephine Simonson of Washington, each Mr.
pot one.
formerly of this place, have been
Thomas Sherman of Long Branch
visiting here.
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Charles S. liucklin's new cider mill i.'i having a new shingle roof put on
lm
farmhouse ut this place.
at rhahinx is running at full capaSix New YuiKera are new farm
city. Mr. Bucklin has received many
orders from New York nnd other hands on John Ilillyer's place.
FLOOR COVERINGS
FABRICS
FURNITURE
Clifford Sturtivantand Mr. Clark
places for the cider.
Saturday was the first day of theof Newark were ^uesiUs of J. Henry
FIFTH A V E N U E at 47th STREET
(luck, hunting season and there were Vinin^ last wei'k.
NEW YORK
gunners all day at the dam of the The bridge between this place and
Tintern Manor water company. • Phalanx has been repaired. The
| (ieorge Palmer of Red Hank is work was in charge of Louia Snyder
(having modern improvements in- of Colt's Neck.
stalled in the I.angendorf house
which he recently bought. He exT1NTON FALLS NEWS.
pects to move here in a short time
and engage in chicken farming on a Mrs. John Christian Dies After a
large scale.
Long; SickflADS.
Mrti. John Christian, n colored resident of Vine llrnok, died last week
COLT'S NECK NEWS.
after a luni» sickness. She was 36
Outwear two'
Gil-Is' Club Gives fl Hecoplion for yenrs old mid «hu leaves a hushnnd
tlie Boys' Cluh.
Ordinary pair)
and two cliildrin. The funeral was
The girU' club gave n reception held Friday and the burial wna nt
at Miss I'Mim Wuebbcr'd for the boyn' Pine llrook.
club Friday night. The hoy a' club in
Dr. Harry liiimnn has moved to
planning' to givo a tiimilnr rec«ntion N»w York after .lisving iipont the
for the girlii next month. Thoae summer on his place liere.
present at Friday night'i; affair were
John Covert is otill ol)li««il to carKdna Wucbbcr, licntrice Doyle, Alice ry his jaw in a nlitjfc <lut* to (in infecFields, Kdna Huck, Mildred, Myrtle, tiiiu in hia jaw hone. Ilia ailment is
A n i l i r r it>i>l O i r r i c M i i l t h m v s , Iiinlitilli) slowly dinippmirinff, tint it will take
Iidyli;, Kbiie Taylor, Beatrice Den- several weeks for it to entirely fro
nett, Klaie Wuebber, Olive Dunhuni, away.
Mnliel Willelt, Frank Magvc, Neuftfc
Adum hvrry him <|uit hia job in a
Huck, John, Charles, (!«org« and fertilizer factory nt Staten Island
Cowncr E, Front St. awd Who** Av«.
Harold Kclienck, Milton and I.eisUir and he is now woilsii.K for the raillienneU, Clarence Ciimpbi'll, Kuhtitt roud.
General Trucking,
Express Service.
FIREPROCfr VANS.
:e Hed Bank Depot,
Hed Baok, N. J.
r
USINESS men and professional men, in choosing a car, place dependability first.
That is why so much of the important work of the
day is entrusted to Buick.
For those calls where time is important and getting there essential, Buick can be depended upon
for swift, sure transportation.
You will find among the new Buick Twenty One
Models—the car which exactly suits your business
needs and the needs of your family.
The mechanical excellence of the car you choose is
backed by a nation-wide authorized Buick Service.
Prices of the New Nineteen Twenty One
Buidc Scries
VotoA Twenty
Molel Twenty
Model Twenty
Model Twenty
Model Twenty
Model Twenty
Model Twenty
Fine Oriental Rugs
One-PortV Four, three psiueneer cal
One-Fortr Five, riye paiaenecr m
Onc-Poity 3U, four psasenger cooga
One-Poity S*»en, fi»e paueHger icdan
Otie-Fortr Eljht, lour pawenier coupa
One-Forty Mac, «ycn pamngcr car
One-Fifty,
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WHEN BETTER AUTOMOBILES A R E i u i i , BUICK WOL BUILD THEM
RED BANK REGISTER, OCTOBER 20, 1920.
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Opposite Railroad Depot
iCHARLES .BOTTAGARO, Prop.
Broad Street, Opposite Monmouth, Red Bank.
RED BANK'S MOST MODERN EATING PLACE.
EXPERIENCED CHEF,
THE BEST OF FOOD,
MODERATE PRICES.
i
a la Carte or Table de flote
We all must eat. Why not therefore eat the best and
have it prepared and served in a pleasing way. That's the
way 'you will find it here. The be'st the market affords?
served, to you at moderate cost.
PETER
WQQL.OW,
Prop.
HIGHLANDS HEWS.
(Highland*, Wins Second Game of
Series With the Alerts.
Highlands basebnll team defeatedtho Alerts of Atlantic Highlands Sunday by a score of 4 to 3, thereby getting revenue for the defeat on the
Sunday previous. Both teams played
good ball and it was one of the beat
games ployed this year. Thomas
Baker pitched for Highlands and Joseph Strylter twirled for the Alerts
and both did fine work. The two
teams will play their third game next
Sunday at Naveaink park.
A birthday party wae given Thursday night for Sliss Hattie Mae Derby,
who was eighteen years old. The
house was decorated in blue and
gold. A chicken auppcr was a feature of the party. The guests were
Mr. and Mrs. ueorge Liming, Mrs.
Deborah Bogne, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob
Sanderson, Mrs. George Smith, Mrs.
J.avimn Minton, Mrs. Katie Derby,
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Robertson, Mr.
and Mra. Robett Liming, Mr. and
Mrs. John Patterson, Misses Goldie
and LaVinia Bogue, Miss Elizabetfe,{
Stiles, Matthew Horan, Palmer
Phipps, IvaiuVoorheeg and Edmund
Horan.
The Foresters of Amerisa lodge
will hold a class initiation on Friday
nijrht of this week in the Greenspan
building. About 25 persons will be
initiated. The officers of the atate
lodge will be present.
Mr. and Mra. William Betts of
Brooklyn spent the week-end with
their daughter, Mrs. William Worth.
Clarence Burdge and family have
oved into their new house on Cornell avenue.
John Patterson, Jr., has received a
ony from hia aunt, Miss Hattie
'.ingsbury, as a birthday gift. John
ill be seven years old next month.
Mrs. Henrietta Kenny is on the
ck list. *
Mrs. Anna Hemhauer and Mrs.
harles Wecker will join the Pocaontas lodge tonight.
Mrs. Ivy Layton is laid up with
lood poisoning in her finger.
Mrs. Phoebe Johnson, who has
cn kept indoors with sickness, is
mproving.
Boquets of flowers were given at
unday's service at the Methodist
hurch to Mrs. Sarah Worth and Wilam VanDyke, who were the oldest
icrsons at the service. Both are
ver eighty years old.
Mrs. Mary Parker has moved from
Highlands avenue to A. C. Quast's
ouse on Bay avenue.
The schoolhouse is being repainted
y Daniel Bills.
Charles McGarry, right fielder on
he Highlands Ifiiseball team, sprained
iia ankle while playing in Sunday's
;ame and he has since been laid up.
Jacob Castlebaum and family will
move to New York Friday.
Mrs. Anna Flaherty has sold her
ungalow of three rooms on Fourth
itreet to John Drescher of Sandy
ook for $1,800. The lot'is 25x100
'eet. Mrs. Flaherty will bdild a
ouse next year on Shrewsbury aveue.
ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS NEWS.
rfan's Leg Broken—Big Democratic
Meeting Wednesday Night.
William Manning of this place,
manager of Leonard's coal yard at
Highlands, was standingjn an empty
oal bin in the coal yard Thursday
vhen the adjoining coal bin, filled
vith coal, collapsed, Mr. Manning
vas struck on the leg with a piece of
leavy timber, and Ms leg was broken.
Dr. James J. Rowland gave Mr. Manling temporary treatment and later
he bone was reset by Dr. Edwin
''ield of Red Bank.
The Lyric theater was filled
Wednesday night at the Democratic
iiass meeting. John L. Sweeney prejided at the meeting. Talks were
?iven ' by Mrs. Farrell of Long
Branch, Ward Kremet of Asbury
?ark, two men from the university of
Pennsylvania and the Democratic
ounty candidates.
Mrs. John Eadie and daughter
Margaret are visiting relatives at
flushing, Long Island.
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Hartman enertained company from out of town
>n Sunday.
Mrs. Joseph H. Cann has been
pending a few days at Sea Isle City.
Rev. Joseph H. Schaeffcr and a
number of boy scouts visited Fort
"laucock last Saturday.
Rally day services were held Suniny a t the Presbyterian church.
Miss Pauline Mason was a recent
isitor at Aberdeen, Maryland.
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Flitcroft, Jr.,
3pent Saturday and Sunday with relatives at Asbury Park.
Miss Mabel Stryker, who is employed at the telephone office, is enoying a vacation of two weeks.
William- E. Foster and family have
returned to New York for the winter.
Postmaster Charles R. Grover returned last week from nn automobile
rip in New York state.
Mr. and Mvs. James Stewart of
Mount avenue have gone to Florida
for the winter.
The public school was closed
Thursday and Friday of last week on
account of the teachers' meetings at
Long Branch.
The Koyal Neighbors society will
hold a euchre party tonight at St.
Agnes's clubroonia.
Miss Gladys Carhart is employed
as attendant in Dr. J. J. Martin's
dental office.
Mies AHdn Dinklebcrg lias returned to work in the telephone office
after an absence of two months, owing to sickness.
Malcolm, Warren nud Robert
Drake, sons of Walter Drake of Highland avenue, underwent alight operations last week at the Long Branch
hospital.
t
Lowe ' Bro'tKars Higli fora it always
equip? y^rd ajjpin
Standard in a better point
t&nd&rd ^ s s foe«j
tlian you Kavo erer used maap v>r J>0 years—of noU5
an
before. Better beoauso i t
obtainable,
o
want
you
to
try
lasts longer and looks betnext palnttng Job.
ter as long as it lasts.
again ues any o
(ft all.
111. wWJo
wmie If costs
for
booklet mS SSk3
gallon, it noes fsu>
Both Ero bit,
Street,
Ued Bank, N. I
Here a the way to cut your
fuel bills 25 fq and at the same
lime heat every room of your
home thoroughly for all the
winters to come.
Install a Globe Pipeleas Furnace.
Eney to put u p . No pipes, no tooting u p of floors, no mutilntion of
walla or ceilings. Ont reginter oends
dean, warni. moist bent into every
room—evonly and thoroughly.
And no dunt or dirt can bo sent
upataira from a Clobe Pipelees Fur• ttACtt. T i m tifiuftl nuisancfl is Bkh•olulcly eliminated.
Glob* Piptleia Fatnaet cuts coal
kills 25% because it ircln tho maximum -heat out of every pound of
fuel—hard, aoft, Black coal or screenings, wood or coko. Nono of the
energy is wanted in gflti and smoko.
No unnecenoary heat in cellar—
vegetnblea can b e eafcly stored
thcro. Holdfl firo from iwRnty-four
to thirty-six hours. Hosy to^opcr*
ate. Lasts a lifetime. tteauoimbly
priced, too.
Coma in and eee'tho Globe Pipeleflfl' F'urnnr.0 Bet u p . Let us Explain juat how It will heat your
entire homo with ono icgltter aiid
save you many tlotlass on contjbitU.
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Offlca and Warehouse: .NEWMAN [email protected]@i3
HB© mtmn, N. I.
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The first mild indication of cooler weather brought scores of
garments to be remodeled in the latest up to the minute style.
When the real chilly days appear and your body seeks the warmth
of your favorite fur coat or wrap, you cannot always procure
speedy delivery, for then the work arrives in great abundance and
[Jsomeone will naturally, have to be disappointed.
Our work too, is of that caliber when speed is of secondary consideration, where the quality of the work is of paramount importance, and that, combined with minute skill is the very best
reason, why you should not delay a day longer but bring your
garment to us and we will gladly submit an estimate to putit in
first-class repair.
The Shop of Excellence
5 Broad Street
Red Bank, N. J.
HENRY CAMPBELL, President
DANIEL S. ELY, Vice-Pres.
EDWIN R. CONOVER, Cashier
WHAT'S IN STORE FOR US?
•This is the readjustment period following a World
War. It is a time when were it not for Federal Reserve Banks the country might be thrown into a
panic. But this won't happen, not now.
Prices are going down. Business is getting back to
normal. Conditions generally are approaching prewar days. It had to come.
From now on watch American progress—watch Red
Bank progress and if you do not know what is in
store for you, come in and let's talk it over. Then—
"MAKE OUR BANK YOUR BANK"
BRACE i>F»!
Do you
„ feel old before.your time?
Is
Js your
back bent nml
nnd stiff? Dp you
ir hack
Buffer
buffer urinary disorders? Don't despair— profit by Bed, Hank expediences. Red Bunk people recommend Dunn's Kidney Pills. Ask your
neighbor. Here'.! a Ued l!ank residt'llt'h M(uU'lm!»it.
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NATIONAL BANlt -x
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it w
wim calmed by noiuothiiiK flue until
I liii'iii'd of Doan'ti Kidney Pillii and
got i box. 1 hud mil taken all of
the... whou t h e trouMtm bt'gnn to
I
ll'UVl 1 and my buck bccinnv well.
m keep Doati'ti on hand, a s I
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Co., Mfnt., Huffiilo, N. Y.
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RED BANK..NEW OERSET X
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I^GLSTER, QCrOEEli_
.RED
THE RED BANK REGISTER,
JOHN H. COOK, Editor and Publisher.
GEORGE C. HANCE, Aaaociate Editor.
Bufsinasa MRnaer:
THOMAS IKVING BROWN.
Subscription Pricci:
One yenr
M.tO
IHi months
'»
fftiree months . • . - .
40
Entered at the postofiliie at Red Bank,
H. J.. aa seeond-elasa matter.
W E D N E S D A " Y T O C T O B E K 20,
1920.
TOWN TALK.
Residents of Red Bunk who' have
^as in their homes liavc noticed a trrmendoUH increase in the size of their
gas hills, which have just been retcived. The price of iras lias been
greatly increased. Tho quality uf the
gas has been crc-itly reduced, requiring a great deal more gas to lie
tunned than previously. The discount formerly allowed has been cut
off.
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The Consolidated gas company
thus gets the people, going and coming:, and iti the middle also. Gas has
liecome a necessity in the home. The
Consolidated gas company has a
monopoly of furnishing g-is in Red
Bank. People must pay ihe price
this conci'rn ask^ for pas, no matter
liow hinh the rate may be. The sjas
company, knowing that the people
must have gas, puts its prices up.
And the people must pay.
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When a monopoly wants ,io :*et its
looks into it to\(ii and Ret a franchise
1
it is all smiles and palaver. It tells
that it is going to do a lot jf tliiujr.s
dtor the people. Once that monopoly
gels its franchise and gets the people
. in its power, it changes its tune. Up
go the rates, even though the franchise obtained was based on a contract to charge only a certain price.
With the high price of living- being
gradually reduced, the Consolidated
gas company monopoly puts its rates
up instead of down. And the people
must pay.
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A short time ago an effort was
made to give tlu> Tintern water company a foothold in the town. The
politicians who were working for this
end declared that the public water of
Kcd Bank, coming from several hundred feet under ground, was impure,
mid , that the Tintern water company's water, which is drawn from an
open pond or lake, was much better
than water from far underground,
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The people of the town were
roused by this effort of the Republi. can ring to turn the town over to the
Tjnterii water company. They rose
in their power and the proposed (leal
•was defeated. The Tintern water
company was all smiles and palaver
-when it was trying to get its hooks
in the town. What it would do if it
once got the town in its control is
seen by the charges it makes in Long
Branch ajid wherever it has a monopoly of the water supply. Happily for
Eed Bank this effort of the Republican ring was defeated.
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u^viM-.-, Minatre!^, Circus, Pictures, Flreworks, Cgrnivsla tat PolHlfal 0?iremUntie*ma.
Club, Home, Fr«ter«lty, l#%lm. School.
Bull* S3. Procter "Theater Bids., NEWARK.
DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE
DRILLS. '
John Deere Van Brunt Grain and Fertilize?
Drills. TMfi DIULL wilt suit any [rood furmer. They are low down, poalUvefi' B LIGHT
DROP Drill force feed f«r Krain. The fcrtillier parta ure salvnnisfid,
Whfck will
never wobble. The weight U carried .on the
huh. The <HSCH are ijucrnntcet! nfc.'ger to
wobble during the life of the drill/ New
ones furnished free If they da. The pfylc has
an adjuatina lever. - J l o r e of theao| Drills
are being used each year. If intcrea^il comn
and see them. They CUD bu furnished with,
or without the fertilizer attachment* Buy
the VanBrunt find you g«t the best; iprlll
ready for immediate delivery!
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, *' MANURE SPREADEHS. hJohn Decrv ^Tnuure Spfender is pr^crnbla
to all others, Tho Spreader with tlifefpbnnter.
on the axle. U low down with bis,; driva
wheels.
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AGRICULTU
DEEPER
TO
SHIP CANAL
LIVING
.
BINDING TWINE.
You will find that the Plymouth Twine la
tha best to buy. Runs bright nnd smooth
for Corn Hnrveoterfl.
TO THE EX-
It €®§f§ 1f©co Nothing to Come to [email protected] Amlroy
FOR
o
CUSHMAN, FAIRBANKS-MORSE
Waterloo Boy engines in etock for use on
Hoover Potdto Dlneerij and the runnliiff of
Potato Graders. Also the repairs.
HOOVER HORSE-DRAWN
'Ifrgcra and Itcpairfl in stock for immcdlatd
delivery.
Today sees the death of high prices in furniture so far as we are concerned. The time has come when business conditions must be re-adjusted. The people have suffered under the high cost of living until it has almost become unbearable. We
are going to do "our p a r t " to help. Beginning today and continuing until further notice we offer.
150,000 DOLLARS' WORTH QF FURNITURE AND FtOOK COVERINGS regresentirip the newest and best styles and
qualities of the American wood^orKer* .Carload upon carload has been received by us in the last few weeks. The result of
the lifting of the freight embargo—and now we must unload. We offer this entire stock at
HOOVER DIGGERS
with Cuahmnn ensln«3 »et up rondy for delivery. These arc the best outfita offered
today.
BAG TRUCKS
If you need them.
|
10 \t Front St.,
Red Bank paper says: "There
isn't a cleaner, honester or more
straightforward young man in Red
Bank, in any party, than Albert
W. Worden, Jr."
Another paper says: "Worden
is a fine example of the clean,
honest, hustling and enterprising
young man in politics. He would
always be on the job as he is in
everything be does."
WORDED WILL APPRECIATE
YOUR VOTE flUD SUPPORT
Telephone 1152
CREDIT NO MATTER WHERE YOU
LIVE OR HOW LARGE OR SMALL
YOUR INCOME MAY BE.
We will gladly arrange convenient
credit terms on anything you may purchase here during this unloading discount sale.
Bed Room Suites
$575
$550
$500
$450
$400
$375
$300
20'.; OFF
American Walnut Bed Room Suite
now
, . $460
Mahogany Bed Eoom Suite now
$440
Italian Walnut Bed Room Suite
now
$400
Birds Eye Maple Bed Room Suite
now
$360
Colonial Mahogany Bed Eoom
Suite now
j$320
American Walnut Bed Room Suite
now
$260
Quartered Oak Bed Room Suite
now
$240
DELIVERY
We ire splendidly equipped to take
care of all your orders. Four bip auto
trucks n charge of competent help will
deliver your purchases to your lome
quickly and safely.
D ining Room Suites
20% OFF
$900 10-piece Walnut Suite now. $720
$850 10-piece Walnut Suite now. $680
$750 10-piece Solid Mahogany Suite
$600
$600 10-piece American Walnut Suite
$480
$550 10-piece Quartered Oak Suite
$440
$450 10-piece Fumed Oak Suite. now
$360
$375 10-piece Fumed Oak Suite now
$260
20% OFF
$750 3-piece Overstuffed tapestry Suite
<^now
$600
$700 3-piece Overstuffed tapestry Suite
now
$560
$600 3-piece Overstuffed Bilk damask
Suite now
$480
$450 3-piece tapestry Suite now.. S36O
$300 3-piece Overstuffed 'leather Suite
now
$240
$225 3-picce mahogany leather Suite
now
$180
$150 3-piece leather mahogany Suite
now
$120
The tremendous assortment of high grade ruga made in the
most famous mills of America, offered to you tit a price that's
lower than before the war. Included in this offering are Royal''
Wilton Rugs, Axminster RUB», Wilton Velvet Rugs, Bru«el<
Rug», Reversible Wool Rug«, Wool and Fibre Rug». Your choice
of any pattern and any aizo.
Over 160 designs in white, enamel, ivory, oak, walnut; nil
mahogany. "Simmons Beds" arc tlie highest grade of metal beds
made in this country. Stand absolutely rigid, fit perfectly and
hnve designs "different" from any other- nialce.
20% OFF
YOUR CHOICE IN "SIMMONS" BEDS AT "20V0 OFF
Tlic Columbia h a powerful buttery.
The .state of New Jor;;ey went to Tt ivill etaud 'uncrating conditions tli.it wrfclf
consiiU'rahle expanse in working out others. Its plates of hexagonal construction
the features of tire prevention day.
litr n honrycomb, arc
In many CIIKOS school teachers and
self rcirtforciiiff, :uul bulk
pupils guve un part of the day to fire
against buckling.
prevention exorcises and tire prevenlint we don't expect
tion studies. This was n good thing
you tonbuKc ;t Columbia
to do. Every fire which taken place
destroys property which hue eottt
ccpttoniilly fcouil batmen's htfior to produce. To produce
tery, \V« exjn'ct you
aRiiin Ihe property destroyed requires
to let us lidp y*'U keen
additional work and so takes men
it in A l comlitiim alj
from other ncccstmry tnnka.
tlie time.
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The greater part of the Jiimncial
advantage of nil this work uf lire
prevention accrue:* to the lire insur14 and 20 Mechanic Street
ance companies. Kvery WForl, which
1Jioy can induce the public to take to
Kcil Bank. N. J.
prevent fires, meaim loan losses; for
OF' S K T T I . K M E N T < » ' AC<X)IJNT
thatn to pay. The fire inmiranee NOT1CI:".
or II tu-y J I . Ni'Vlll-, ij.-i-i-n I
companies have formed n trust and a Kaljili'
'I'lih-cl u
nut.
^xnono)H>!,_y v/hivh liiu'ii the juices
1.1ml Ilir n m i n n l i ,
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^"Which everyone in New .leiney muiit.
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pay or eho go without iiwuninci , tli
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flu: hiauriinee rut OH elmrgeil are in>
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f or i t i n i i ilitt t tho
lio <»i plimm
nt yiiiii iniutlv. tm 'Vlnxmltiy. tt«innuy en we ft fur nhove what hiMirjuue
itny (,! Ni,vi'inlii>r, A. I). lli'jo, ut
<*oHt|Miiiit.'ti not iu the (rust would
,if iiwplii-HtliMi will ),<• IIHHI» fur III*.
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charge if they were permitted to do
< m, I Itut the fire. imiuruHre trust hnn
»Q injmJjmlftti'd the law;; ih<d nay in-
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FAIRBANKS STANDARD
J
500 pound scales with bag rack ready for de- /I
livery.
GOODYEAR BELTING
in various aizce. '_
Recently a day was sot as "five
prevention day." Everyliorly w.'ts
"urged to-mnke a general cleaning up;
of UiWr premises and to get rid oi
will ruhhish which might cause fires.
.All other precautions to prevent the
destruction of property by fire were
Jilno urged on the people.
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FODDER YARN.
Before you buy look at our quality. Da
not pay for heavy tarred Yarn when you
can buy a line Quality and lightly tarred.
HAY TRACK "AND CARRIERS.
Now that tho liny season - la over and
barns full of hay, to eavu the expense "vt extra scaffolding havo your hay track nnd cam
fixed UD before next year. Have full lino of
Neys, Porter and Louden goods.
Paid for by Thomas H. Hagerty, Campaign Manager.
you Ciin press the button with the feeling
that there's going to be something doing—
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ZENOUUM,
rombUr b^heaith, disinfectant, IIco kilter.
antiseptic nnlmnl dip, heat epmy for chicken
fUBOB. Used jind inilumed by 50 Agrlculi£ai colleges.
CORN HARVESTER.
Now la thfl tlrno to ttot rem\y for your
John Deere Hinder. They are tho best on the
market. Do not k-avc your orders until tho
last minute.
SCYTHES, SNATHES,
stones and supplies arc to be found-here.
It is imposing on the good nature
of the firemen that they should be
obliged to hold fairs at all to rim the Taid for by A. W. Worden, Jr., Committee,
fire department. The firemen give
their services free to the town. If
the firemen want to hold a fair or a
festival for the fun they get out of it,
that is all right, but there is no more
Teason why money to fight fires should
lie raised at fairs than there is why
fairs should be held to liuild streets
and sewers. All money needed for To make that motor whirl
the fire department should be raised
When you put your foot on tho
hy taxes, the same as money for other starter—Power is what's wanted. Pui
public purposes is raised.
a Columbia Storage liattcry in your car arid
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rj?AVORITE GRAIN
Ij.vu on hand two Farmers' FavorW$,Groin
Drills fov-s^l&for immediate deliver;?; verjr
low figure •• ••'
aBOGGS POTATO GRADERS,
Hand and power mnchinca in.Btocft, also l|!
\w rcpairu. No waitinc nt tho illation it i
a_U! srfide your own potatoes.
VIKING HAND SEPARATORS
set all the cream, enabling you to get more
butter, giving you a profit thnt you now lose,
by the use of gravity Bcparatorn,
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The councilmen of Red Bank did
the right thing Monday night when
they thu'arted Mayor Arthur A. Patterson's efforts'to mulch $10 out of
the Independent lire company. The
mayor had told the firemen they,
"would have to pay this money to the
town because when they held their
xecent fair they used part of the fireJiousc property intended for storing A Business Man for a Financial
2naehinery.
Office.
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dad Interest. W. 3. Stasml, Fcrol»n sad Domntls SiturStie. Bsught, SoM end QueiBl.
P>oth political parties are controlled by the trusts and both parties
helped to put on the people the high
rates charged by these monopolies.
Governor Edwards last winter tried
It) take compensation insurance out
of the hands of the monopolists, but
he got no help from the legislature.
In almost every civilized country except the United States the government owns and operates the insurance business at cost. That should
be the case in this country also, but
both political parties in this country
are owned and operated by the
trusts. Until the people learn to
vote in their own interests and to
vote independently of the orders of
the party bosses there is small hope
of any improvement in present conditions.
(Town Talk continued on page 14.)
T^very monopoly should be owned
by tho people. No corporation
should be allowed to have a monopoly
of any necessity. The people of Red
Bank are seeing the result of private
monopolies by the bills they have received from the gas company. . And
yet the Republican ring in Red Bank
•would like to see Red Bank delivered
over to the Tintern water company,
to be treated as the Consolidated, gas
company is treating the people, now
that it has them utterly in its grip.
The firemen give their time and
services free of charge. The lire department records show many sacrifices. They show many instances of
courage and bravery. The men were
holding the fair to raise money to run
the fire department and to have made
them' pay $10 to the town because
they were doing this would have been
Manifestly unjust. Ten dollars is not
& large sum. It would have made
little difference to the firemen whether they paid it or not, so far as the
finances of their company were concerned; but for the town officials to
have accepted this money would have
made Red Bank ]ook like a cheap peanut town.
H\KM%St 9P3OT CASH PRICES PAID FOK
surance company which charges less
than the prices fixed by the trust
must pay a heavy fine, while every
insurance agent who writes a policy
at less than the trust's rate must go
to jail.
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Fire insurance in New Jersey is an
absolute monopoly. Every monopoly
of every kind should be owned by
the public and operated by the government at cost for the jreneral welfare. If thia were done, in New Jorsey the rate of lire insurance would
be leas than half what it is now.
Hundreds of high priced officials,
whose salaries now come out of the
high rates the people must pay,
would have to go at some useful
work, for there would be no need of
their services. The immense fortunes which now go to the big men
in Ihe insurance companies would
then stay in the people's pockets,.
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Compensation insurance for injured wbrkmen should also be conducted by the state at eost. At present lessjhan one-third of the money
which employers pay for insurance
goes to the ijijured workers. Out of
$1,000 paid in compensation insurance for injured workmen, only a
little over $300 ev'er reaches the
workers, while almost $700 of the
$1,000 stays in the pockets of the
insurance companies. . With the government operating the compensation
insurance business, the employers
would pay only fifty per cent of what
they now are compelled to pay, «nd
at the same time the injured workmen would get fifty per cent more
money than they now receive,
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J O f l A T I I A H ii. IIUIlllURT,
IVILIMM
II.
B'.V.
NOTICE OF REGISTRY AND ELECTION.
Notice in hereby tnven ttiat a General Election will licit) in and for the BorouRh of
Ited Dunk, In the County of Monmouth and
Bteto of New Jersey, on Tuenilny, November
2nd, 1920, between tho hours of nix A. M.
and weven I*. M., at tli« following plncca In
Approved and Improved
Heating
Plumbing
Roofing
Water Systems
Copper Work
Earthen and Iron Pipe
RED
BANk and
SEA
'lrat District— Nnvcslnk Hook And I-atlder
HitiiHv, MfrlianlR ntrt>et.
Hfconrl District—Independent Engine Co.,
Mechanic Street.
Third I)lntiict—I*. Davidson's guraBti, I^eroy I'lnce.
Fourth nintricl—Relief Engine Co. House.
Drtimrnonil Place,
Fifth DUtrlct— Outolle'o Ilnrber Shop, 108
Mu.HMMuth Str.v>t.
Hlxth Dtdtrlct—Tlnton IIouo Co. House,
Khnwffhury nvciiu*.
HcvcuOt DUtrlct American Hall, Deach
Btn'pt.
Hnii) faction will "ho h.1,1 in tho nufil
IiorouKb fm--tlta purpose «f clflctlnK Klectt>ra «f ft Pr«i*I0eni » » W t a Pr«»ld»at of
thft t7iiU«1 Jltatoa. a Memti«r of thm HOUBD
of Hcpr^dpn^ntiva txttra th« 3rd ConHrrca•laiml Dintrlet; n nt»mh«r of the HrnnU of
thl9 i'tate, twt> MffunWs of tbo Oimcrnl ADMwnUy of ttifft .SUtni ft Bhotlff, »nd two
MrtnWrtt of th«- Ilonrd of Ohootrn Fr^elioklers,
(II y ear*), ami thre« Oftmnern for the
Counts' of Munnrnutb, Bts(a at New Jfttacy.
a tAmyut of th« Oorotish of U*<1 I)Rltk, two
Ceunvfjtavn, en Am^so^, & Vallerttar, fatir
B $t>ut!i St., Freehold,'fl.
Telephone 8
NOTICE OF REGISTRY AND ELECTION.
Notice is hereby Riven that a General Election will beltf tn and fur the Borough of
Soabritrht, in tho County of Monraouth and
State of New Jersey, on Tuesday, November/
2nd, 1020, between the hours of six A. M.
and Bcven P. M., at tho following Places I P
said BorouRh:
Borough Hall, Scnbritfht, N. J.
Said election will be held in tho laid
Borough for tho purpose of cleetintr Eleotora of D President nnd Vice President of
the United Statoo, a Member of the House
of Ileprcsentatlvcu from the 3rd Conffroualonal District; u mcitibvr of the Oonato of
this State, two Membero of the General Assembly of this Stato; n SherifT, and two
Members of tho Donrd of Chosen Freeholders,
(3 years). and three Coronora for tbo
County of Monmouth, Stato of New Jersey,
two Councilmen (3 yearn), one Councilman
(2 years), a Collector, an AB8C3flor and n
JUfitlcu of ihe Pence.
Public Questions: A Soldiers' Bonus Act.
Ch&ptor 159, Laws 1920; A State Bond Issue, Chapter 1)52, Laws 1920.
No tics of Registration.
And farther tako notice that tho County
Board of Elections will sit at their office &t
the Court House, Freehold. N. i., on Thursday.- October 28, nnd Friday, October '29.
1020, between the hours of 1 :D0 P. M. ana
9:00 T. W. for ttie purpope of revising ana
correctinK tho RefflBtry Mats In the Countr
of Monmouth.
Notico to Absentea Voters.
Any elector who la regiutcred for the Gen-I
cral Election, who by reason of inabllity|
through illness or absence from tho County*,'
in which ha resides ie unable to cast htnf
ballot on tho day of the General Election atj
the polling pinco in the Election District fn
which he la reg late red, irmy make npblicatioi^f
for nn -.fllcinl ballot to the Miuiicii.nl Clerk;
in flny Municipality tn which he redldes ori
to the County Soard of Elections 6f the;
County of Monmouth, on or before Tueaday,jj
October 10th. 1020, and n formal application]
will he forwarded snlil elector and whon|
properly fllleil out and returned to the1,
County Board of Elections of the County of]
Rfonmouth, when an abac nice ballot will bo
forwarded to such elector,
COUNTY BOARP OV ELECTIONS.
OF THE COUNTY OP. MONMOUTH.
Dated September 7th, 1920.
__Fr«choM, N. J .
NOTICE OF REGISTRY AND ELECTION.
Notice la hereby Riven' that a Genera) Elsi
tlc^l,! will belli In. and for tho Uorough ol
Itumson. In the County of Monmouth ant
State of Mew Jersey, on Tuesday, Novombei
2nd, 1020, between tho hours uf bin A, M
and seven P. M., at th? following places Ii
naid Borough t
First district—Hook1 nnd Ladder House
Oceanic, N, J.
Second dlotrlct—Uuuison Tire Co. House,
ft u ma on, >?. J.
Gold election wilt l>o held In the eal
Horouirh for the purpose of electing Eiec
tors of a Proaidant »nd Vice President o
tho United States, A Member of the Houoi
of itcpresontDttves from thn Brd Con^reu
elonal District; ft member ol lh(t Senate o
this Htute, two Memhero of tho Ocnernl As
snnbly «f tlila QUxiv; a Sheriff, and tw<
Mcmbera of this Hoard of CliOfitn Freeholders
< 3 yearn), and three Coroners for tin
County of Monmouth, tJtuto of Kcw Jersey
two
Coumitmcn, two (Jon a tables and a Jus
Juntlcea of the Pence tmJ flvo Conatablea, ticc of
tha Piftcc,
I'ublic QucstUina: A SoMlcra" Donua Art,
Public quostionn ! A SoUlera* Bonus Act
Clnil>U-r 150, IJIWO 1920; A State Donil Ia- Chapter 16?, I.nwn 1SI20: A Htato Bond Is
•uc, Clinptcr «r,a, l,n«vR ttlEO.
sue,1 Chuplvr 3IJ2, Lawn 102O.
Noltcfl of lUglatrntlon.
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Notice of Registration.
And further tako notice that tha County
And further take notice that (do Goimf
Donrd of Klooiiona will nit at their of lire nt Botinl of Ek'ctionn will nit nt their oftioe a
tho Court HoUfie, Frechuhl, N. J., on Thurn- the CftUrt Houna, Frecliohl, N. J., on Tburit
dny, Octolmr 2H, iiml Friday, October 21). ilny, Oclohcr ^H, RIKI l-'riiiuy, October 2!)
1920, l.ptwpen tho hotirn ot 1:00 1». M. and 11120, between tim liuura of 1:00 I'. M. on0:00 P. M. for the puriiose uf rcvUlnir and !) :00 V. HA. fur the putpono of ri-vinlnir nn<
cnrrec(inB the Itegfstry /jfata tn tho County correcting tbo RculBtry MB to In the CiAmt;
of Moimiouth.
of Sltmmrmth.
Netttro to Afiaentea Voterd.
Notice to Aljsonte« Votero.
Any elector wlio In VfKdiU-red for the GenAny elector who la rcKlB^rct for tho Oeti
priil Eteotfuti, -who by teanan of Inability ©ml Kleetlont v/\\» by rtMun of Irmhlllt
thround Ulnciaa or ftbaenCd from tho County through IllnoflH or abscrtce from the Count
(n which h« rctii.lPH in unohtp to ami fifH In which ho rcaidett In unnblo to cant hi
liallot on the day of the Ocneral Election (it ballot an the dny of thu (l«neml Kltri-tlon n
thi; ijolllug' \>\&cti in the Election District Intin- pnlHiiR plneo in the Kh'etlon Diatrlct Ii
which h" 1" rPKldlfrcd, mny mnkr fleolicntion which he tn rralBtcred, m»y tmka ttpiilictitto
for MD pfHelnl Lnilot tu tho Munlvlual Olcrk for An uflleinl luiHut to tho Municipal CJlt«r
In miy Municipality in which Im rcnlctes or In any Municipality in whfet) h« rtinMvn «
ti>)tlio County Board of Elitet!ona of the to the County Hoard of Elections of th
€ui'mty uf MoiinKuith, on or Wfort* T»«stlny, Oountjr fit Munitiottth. on or ht-towt Tiimitaj
Ofttiht-r 10th, lO'^O, nnd a, formal iimilfcAtinn OtitolMtr With, int). nmi a f»im»l bm>11cMtIo
will tit> furwHriintl said oUctor rind when wlil he forwarded emit! «lrct»r nnd wh«
properly filled out imd returned to tlio properly flllwl mitf miti returnrd tn th
Comity Koanl of Election* of the iiou^ty of (awnty immv<l tit Khctfom at tht Gtwnt? t
Mmmioiith, whe-n an nhaenteo Imllot will h« Monmuuth, tvhvn an afc^enteo ball«t will !>
forvvsril*?'! to mich (;!eot<»r.
forwarded to mich victor.
COUNTY IIUAHD Op BI1RCTION8,
COUNTY noAnn OP
Of? *fH« fHHtNTV OF MONMOUTIL
Dated BcpdmlMT Hb, l§£0,
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RED BANK REGISTER, OCTOBER 20.1&20.
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No Reduction in Price of Oakland
Sensible Six
At this time when the public mind is disturbed by sensationally
announced price reductions of automobiles and other merchandise and
commodities, we desire to give assurance to those who require
Personal Passenger Transportation, such as provided by the Oakland
Sensible Six, that we do not anticipate reducing the price of our cars.
Starting with the production of the raw material required and
continuing through to the finished product, over 80 per cent of the
cost of an Oakland Sensible Six is labor.
Over 80 per cent of the cost of all other automobiles produced in
large quantities is labor.
When wages paid to labor are reduced, or when labor produces
more per man, then may manufacturers of h©TO§% prlcod automobiles legitimately consider the reduction of their selling prices.
We have not heard of any instance where automobile workers
are receiving lower wages.
If wages may be lowered eventually we see no immediate trend
in that direction. •
In the production of so essential a factor in our economic life as
the passenger automobile—increasing as it does the personal efficiency
of owners by nearly 57 per cent—we believe the workers whose toil
produces the vehicle should be large beneficiaries of the constructive
character of their work.
If abnormal demand has been responsible for over enthusiastic
expansion and inflated profits in certain instances, the wage earner
should not be macte to suffer as he must if powerful forces effect
lower automobile prices whether or no.
True enough, there have been many instances of inflated prices.
There has been profiteering. And true enough, abnormal profits
must be eliminated.
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And that is what has been going on all around you recently—
the price reductions you have witnessed in automobiles and
other mercffosRidiise a r e t h e belated shaking out of t h e abnormal profits. T h e normal profits a r e still there.
Manufacturers whose goods have been priced on actual cost to
produce, plus normal profit, have no inflated figures with which to
appeal to the uninformed public in sensational announcements of
" Price Reductions." Prudent, studious buyers will not be misguided
by erroneous principles.
Oakland Price Advance in Five Years, Due tof Increased Cost
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In 1915 Model 32 Oakland Sensible Six was put on the market at
$795 f. o. b. factory.
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Since 1915 the wheelbase of the Sensible Six has been lengthened
five inches, its weight increased about four hundred pounds, its horsepower materially increased, its frame made deeper, and in many
other ways the car has been enlarged, strengthened, improved and
refined.
If the present Model 34-C had been built in 1915, it is more than
conservative to say that, based on labor and material costs at that
time, we would have been compelled to list it to sell at $1095, or more,
f. o. b. factory.
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We are therefore able to say, also with great conservatism, that
the present price of Model 34-C represents an increase, due solely to
increased costs of labor and material, of 27.4 per cent. Larger production each year has kept this increase at a low
figure.
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Compare this increase with the increase of other automobiles and
with commodities—with the things you buy every day.
Nowhere have we been able to find a standard article of merchandise.that has increased as little in selling price as the price of
the Oakland Sensible Six.
In the event of unexpected reductions in the cost of the labor and material thai enter into the
construction of the Oakland Sensible Six to a point where we may properly and legitimately
reduce the list price of our cars between October 1st, 1920, and May 1st, 1921, we will refund
to every Oakland purchaser who buys within the1 above mentioned period of time the amount
of such reduction.
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Oakland
Sixth Largest Builders of Automobiles in the World
PONTIAC, PCHIGAN
Phone 89 or 9O Sea Bright
DISTRIBUTOR'
SEA BRIGHT, N. J.
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MONMOUTH COUNTY'S FINEST
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Our busy summer season with its consequent rush is now over,
and we are back to normal, where we can give the time and
attention that we desire to our work; you will notice the
improvement.
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This week we want to call your attention to our family department o,n Semi-Finished or Rough Dry .Work! This means all
your flat pieces, like sheets, towels, and table linen finished
completely and your personal clothes washed, dried, starched
when needed, ready for you to iron.
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6, Inc.
We have no secret formula but depend on plenty of good Suds
and water, and the best Dryer made; your goods come out
sweet, clean and soft "
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This to our mind is the best and most economical way for
the public today. Try it at 12"cents per lb. Of course, we do
other goo'ds, all kinds, any way you want them. Our wagons
call.
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Red Bunk,,. N. J.
12 White Street
Telephone 32-J
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TELEPHONE 644-J
Including Tax,.- 30c
DEALER
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Under the Auspices of the Monmouth County Auto Dealers'
Association and the Cit^ of Long Branch
GENTS'
FURNISHING
BEST
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RED BA1MEC, N. 'J.
Automobile Truck Catches Fire and
is Practically Destroyed.
, A hirgo automobile truck from
New York caught fire in front of
John Mailer's, about a mile west of
the village, Wednesday night. It was
Visol is Wbat Yon Need to
damaged beyond repair and was sold
to a junk dealer.
Make Yon Strong and Health?
The exchange of pulpits which was
to have been made Sunday by Rev. Because it is a non-secret, scienWe know we cannot GET unless we GIVE.
Wilmer MacNair and the pastor of i tific combination of the moat sucthe Reformed church of Middlebush I cessful tonics known — Cod Liver
was postponed until next month.
j and Beef Peptones, Iron, Nux
We wonder if you know how well we really
Vomica and Hypophosphitea.
Miss Acidic Kmmons has gone to
It enriches the blood with thouSummit to spend the winter with her sands
try to serve you.
of red blood corpuscles,
sister.
quickens the circulation, creates
Rev. and Mrs. Wilmer MacNair ata
hearty
appetite and imparts
Take your tires for instance:
^
tended the celebrations of the 200th
strength and vigor to every part
anniversary of the Basking Ridge i of
the body.
Presbyturiiin church last week.
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We sell you the best tires we know of—
Physicians Prescribe
Victor Dean Kenn'oy is slowly re-j
and Drugjjists Recommend
covering from the injuries lie suf- !
fered in an automobile accident three
weeks ago. He is around oil '
crutches.
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T h e n ivi- ulrnw y o u . b y mtvico aiuf a c t u a l
Mr. and Mrs. Oorge H. Sehcnck '
EiMsistnnre, j u s t h o w t<> t a k e enre .if y u u r
and
Mrs.
Iv/.ra
Stihvagon
and
her.
t i r e i . •<(> t i n y will yield t o y o u t h e lust
daughter Knima took an automobile
mile huilt i n t o t h e m .
trip to the Calskill mountains last
We
GIVK y n u this vnlunlile anil
Expert
week.
Kerviee h c e a u s e w e k n o w i t will G K T US
lu.th t h e m u s t sntisf:icti(in i n t h e elul.
It Does All We Claim
Last week the Ely estate sold three
horses to 1'. 11. Glover of Perth Amor Costs You Nothing
H a v e y o u SIM'TI o u r r t ' n i a r k a M e
line of
boy and a single horse to W. 11. Sevar
Comlyei'ir
CliiH-her
Tires—sizes
all X ;i,
of! Metuchen.
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Mr. and Mrs. Henry Cave of HurtThe I ' r k ' e a n d Q u a l i t y will s u i t y o u .
ford, Connecticut, are visiting Mr.
and Mrs. Daniel S. Ely.
A daughter was bom to Mrs. John
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Maher last week.
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DEALER IN
Most of the farmers have finished i
harvesting their potatoes and husking '
SUPPLIES
their corn. The corn crop beats all
records within the memory of tho
oldest inhabitants.
i Sash, Doors, Blinds, Glass
Miss Mary Chase was home Sntur- j
day and Sunday from normal school i and Builders' Hardware.
at Trenton, where she is studying to!
Telephone Red Bank 1050
be a music teacher.
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RED B4NK. N. J.
George Crawford has returned i
from a hospital at Summit, where lie plnce. They expect to spend the winwas under treatment for stomach ter in Florida.
trouble. He lins completely recovMr. and Mrs. Henry Root and their
ered and has gone back to work.
; two
children spent Sundny with Mr.
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Everything is in readiness for theand
Mrs. Kmcrson Qunckenbush of
annual brown supper of the ReLittle Silver.
formed church next Wednesday
A
uagon
owned by Matthew SalmThe Peak of Tube Perfection—Gootiycar Heavy Touriel
night. The supper will be held in theons was run into one morning last
church. The ^rehouse w ill |, e U60 d ' week by at) automobile owned by E.
for a lmzar and a grab bag. ' This O. Kennedy of Somervillc while Mr.
feature will be in charge of Mrs.
Salmons was on his wa^f to work, No
Taylor W. Ilnni-c mid Miss Iluchel one was hurt, but tho wngoii was
Conover.
badly damaged.
Mrs. William K. Crawford and Miss
Ktta Jonea upi'iit pint of lust week'
MARLBORO NEWS.
at Asbury Park.
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•The young folks of the Baptist | Frank T. Burlto and Family Return
church will hold a Iliilloive'cn so-!
A T
from the Sena do re.
ciable Friday night of next week in
the chapel.
; Prank T. Burke and family, who
Conover Hendvickson of Wickft- have boon upending the summer in
tunk will work Henry Schenck'n farm | their lumcalow nt Mnnaaquaii. reon the Vunderburi;; road next reason, i turned home Tuesday of last week.
The farm is now occupied by Cecil' Mrs. Fit'/simmons of New York,
Conovcr.
j Mis, Miller and Miss Kathryn Tonsey
of Mutuwim spent Wcdnendny with
MIDDLETOWN VILLAGE NEWS.i Mr. and Mrs. V1V« A. Tnnaey.
Miss Marjorit Kly, who in teachMias timiieKno Story Operated on at•inj-T in 'I'liikerton vhijfh school, vinitwl
Spring I.nice jllrmiiital.
{ her pnronts, Dr. atui Mm. J. I), Ely,
Miss I'immelint! Kfory was operated lust Wednesday.
J ESTABU3HED IBM
TIULUPIIOME 111 • (in at. tlie Spring Lake hospital last I
l'rof. ilohn Tictnan, Misfi Roberta
Hayward and
Miaa Lillian Uurlfly atweek. .She is recovering.
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A dog owned by II. H. T/ippincott ictHlfd (In teachers* weetiiiKH at
wan run OVIT and lulled by an auto- Ijonff It ranch Thursday , nnd Friday.
Misfi Margaret, Courtrifcht of New
muhili' last woek.
Maijoric Zimmerman sipent Satur- York npent tho week-end with IHT
day and Sunday with relatives at imrontH, Mr, anil Mhi. C. >h CourtriKht.
l*ong ISr.'uirh.
Mm. Jdliti W. Mdiri:; attended the
Mr. and RIr«. It. I. SVhahrlc niul
8 8 ^ 4 BROAD STREET
i{ED HANK, N. J.
wedding of John W. Mnrtin nf An-Kdnu (iiUilandI motort'd to Newark
\iuty 1'ark lanf week', Mr. MorriMami Kpi'M 0K weeii-end with Jnmvn
* Fire, life. Accident, Tornado and
formerly lived here.
WH.s anil fmnily.
Mr. and Mm. Herbert. I,. Pence
Mr. and Mrs.. ('Imrlon V). Thompson
Plato Glass Insurance
have moved from tlieir mmmter reni- liavo hoc 11 viBltinjjf tlu'ir tson, Kltis
dt'iii'i! at horillitt'd lleuvli to thin ThumpMon of Orangu.
I
AND
• Our Business Welfare
Depends on You
j
GOODYEARS--0/ course
1
Corner lonmouth Street
and iapSe Avenue
Clothing is coming down, prices have dropped about 20%
recently.
We have been selling at rock bottom prices. This drop enables
us to give our customers chance to get their necessities at lower
prices than any other store can offer. We have suits of the finest
quality, regular price would be $30, now as low as $21.50. ,
Our Fall and Winter line is now complete. You are perfectly
welcome to look it over.
Our Shoes are the best bargains of the season.
We have Hats and Caps at lowest prices.
M»:»:«:~x«:~:~><x«:^
Spraying season^s past for this year. But you may still needjsome|repairs
materials for next season. I have them.
_.
Order your Fruit Grader at once. ,1 have a- limited number of The Pease *
Perfect Grader in transit.
.
If your sprayer has given trouble or is wearing out order now for next
season.
Call or write me for anything you need in this line.
ESEALEfl
3
Farmers' ^and Fruit Growers'
Supplies, Spraying Materials, etc.
Telephone 798-R.
MUSdletown, N- •?•
TS
. JFinHcelstein's
•, $ 1 2
Real Estate and Insurance
can be made as serviceable as ever by applying a covering of
galvanized corrugated iron roofing.
1 have on hand a quantity of this material of a good
grade that lias been used a short time.
1 can arrange to have this roofing put on by experienced
labor, insuring a good serviceable job. The prico is surprisingly low.
Drop me a card and I will call. Let's get together.
JOHN H. COOK, Jr.
Telephone 463-R.
Newman Springs Avenue,
-
"v Red Bank, N. J .
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Monmoutli County Surrogato'o Office.
Notice to creditor!) to prcucnt clnimn n^ulimt
-catate.
In tho matter of tlio cstittti of lienniu O'Gon*
nor, ileceanoit.
P u n u t n t tn the onlor of Joappli I, Don*.
hay, Burroitnti: of tlio County uf Monmoutli
Tnaoo «n the nfxtccntti tlay of Heptetnbor'
1920, on tin? appllcutidii of Kutn O'Connor
RJniiniBtratrl* of thn entntP of Dennlii
O'Connor, deeeHa<>il, notice lit hereby etvin
to tl>e croiiltora of BBi(I .!....„„,.,; ; „ \ ";,-- I
to the nubflcrlbflr, ailmlnlatratrlx na ntuii"
Biiid. their dclitd nnil fleinnntln n«oirmt ttui
f.ftld estate, utidor nntii, within HIX monttii
from t h j cinto of tho »rorp«l.1 onhr, or th,.y
will bo forever bar rod «f timir «ctlr»na tlici.v.
for ngtilitfit tho a&Ul Buhacrihor,
Dktcil Freehold, N, J., Ht-ptrinbcr Ifl JJ) 't»
KATK O'CONNOIt'
NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT OV ACCOUNT.
EnUU.of torm«n tCilward WliU^, Inmati- of
lrpntun Iloaiiital.
Notice la lmr«liy iclvnn that tlio nooounta
ot til? nuliicrllior, Riianlian of tlio cstalij ,,t
aal<l I"".>»" K.lwi.r.1 Wl.lte. will I , . m l , | | t , J
nrnl1 alated liy tho !lurro(r»t,, <if tli« (;,,u,,iy
of Mpnmoutli «u,l ,yo,M f,,r Bn tll«i.i^n» ft
Bt Which tlnm njjplltiitluii v»lll lie nu'do hr
tha nlloavaiiRn uf eommlmiluru and cuiinul
tuft.
llBtml Htrilcmlicr 2;|KI A. I). 11130.
Se-vttt*
F
ACE POWDER' JONTEEL
gives the sUin a coft, velvety
smoothness and beauty. Acceptable to the moat sensitive skin,
because it is pure. And iteli&htfully
fragrant—perfumed with Jonteelj
the costly new odor of 26 flowero.
Try Face Powder Jontccl,
PRESCRIPTION
Five
(Q)
DRUGGIST
IRegisteredl
Pharmacists
RED BANK, N. J.
Telephone 355
'•SA.JS
Private Seal always occupied a place of honor at
picnics, on the porch, after
the game or outing, at the
time of relaxation after
a hard day's work.
Compare ft with the
substitutes,
then
order a case of it
TODAY.
From
jour grocer or dealer.
No reason to change
from this old friend now.
It is still made of the best
hops and malt, still brewed
and aged with, the same
infinite care. Its taste and
body*building properties
remain unchanged.
You liked Private Seal
in the past; it is as
good as ever today.
BOTTLING DEPARTMENT
Phono Mulberry 2840
Newark, New Jersey
F,A Hi
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lt is only one of the features that make fo»
Mohawk Quality—and Quality is the only assur*
ance of ultimate economy and lasting, satisfactory service. «• vt 1-«*
> I t would not ba there if there were any ten-;
dency. on the part of the Mohawk Rubber
Company to skimp on the quality or quantity
Of HiateHal, or the standard of workmanship—
|to waver in their wise policy of building a tire
that is quality through and through.
<J
p Nothing that can deteriorate ever goes into a
Mohuv/I: Tire—no shoddy, no reclaimed rubber,
no fillers—only the pureat of Para Rubber and
the best Sea Island Cotton Fabric, too.
l|k You not only get a better tire, but you get
more tire in Mohawks. For example, a Mohawk
35 x 5 Cord weigto from 7 to 9 pounds more
| than the ordinary cord tire—due solely to the
purity of materinla and the more generous
quantity of them.
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^ Eyery Mohawk Tire ia hand made—by veteran
experts of the industry who take a ju.it pride ia
their
handicraft. 1
,
t
ff Consider the ultimate economy of Mohawk
Quality Tires, the satisfaction of putting quality
Q
to work for you. •
JOHN HANSEN,
42 West Front Street,
Red Bank, N. J .
Phone 72-W.
HOHAWi
HAPPENINGS OF INTEREST IN
MONMOUTH COUNTY. ,
al Kotos, Sates ©f Property,
Buildidg Opn^tions, Ladpe ©{rings,
Slight Finn, Births, MarHftfai end
Deaths—Ojior Items.
A. S. Bronstein, advertising manr.f;tr of Jacob Goldstein's department
store at Lonn Branch, is enjoying a
two week's vacation. Mr. Bronutuin
will visit friends at Hartford, Conn.,
and his homo at New Britain, Conn.
Mrs. Ellwood Douglass of Freehold
gavy birth to a son last week. Mr.
Douglass is the county farm demonstrator.
Alfred Wulling of Keyport is at
tending the Pulitzer school of journalism at Columbia university.
David W. Trotter, the infant son
of William Trotter of Freehold, died
u few days ugo.
Edward Errickson has sold a hoii'.e
on Jereeyville avenue at Freehold to
William Brooks.
Miss May Lisle of Matawan is atj tending Colemaii's business college at
Newark.
Freehold Boy Weds.
W. "McMeon Hepburn, son of Dr
W. M. Hepburn of Freehold, and Miss
Geraldine Theas of New York were
married last Thursday at the bride's
home. Mr. Hepburn is an engineer
employed by a New "York farm. He
was formerly captain of the Freehold
infantry company.
Asks $10,000 Damages.
Action to ^recover damages o
?10,000 has been started in the Mon
mouth county circuit court by Mrs,
Herbert 0. Gardner of Asbury Park
against William F. Cooper of Arliff
ton, whose auto struck the car occu
pied by Mrs. Gardner and badly in
jurcd her.
Big Jewel Robbery. <
Jewels, fur and other clothing val
ucd at more than $8,000 were stole
from Leo Alfara's house at Deal
early last Thursday niirht. Mr. an<
Mrs. Alfara were spending the evening with friends and no one was in
the house when the thieves entered,
Tenants Buy Houses. Double houses i; at Freehold built j
by the Freehold realty company hnve
been sold to John Lewis and Walter
Oakes, Matthew Louden and Donald
Frazer and Prank Pitt and Frank
Haywood. Four of the men are now
tenants of the houses they bought.
Loson—Lane.
Miss Myrtle A. Loson, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. John P. Loson of
Ocean Grove, was married Tuesday
of last week to Thomas T. Lane of
Point Pleasant. The wedding occurred qn the 33d anniversary of the
marriage of the bride's parents.
Paued Worthlens Check.
Charle3 E. Morris of Asbury Park
was arrested last week charged with
issuing a worthless check to Asbury
Howland. Mr. Holand was willing to
let the matter drop if the check was
made good but Judge Borden decided
to hold Morris under §500 bail.
Against a Sanitarium.
As a result of reports that the
owner of the Tremont hotel at Seagirt intended to transform the hotel
into a sanitarium the Seagirt borough
council haa passed an ordinance prohibiting the establishing of a sanitarium in the borough.
Property- Sold at Auction.
E. H. Bonney bought a house for
$2,(100 and a seven acre farm for
$8,025 at the public auction of the
VanLeer estate at. Mnnnsrmnn last
week. A three-story building was
sold to a New York man for $15,000.
Sale of a Farm.
Joseph C. Johnston has sold his
farm near Allcntown to August Henninger of Eahway. The new owner
will take possession next January
and Mr. Johnston will move into a
house he has bought at Allentown.
Will Wed Saturday.
Invitations have been issued for
the marriage of Miss Elizabeth L..
Clarke and Alfred S. Manley of
Ocean Grove. The wedding will take
place Saturday night of this week at
St. Paul's church at Ocean Grove.
A Tie Gnme.
Belmar andx Bradley Beach tied in
their fifth game Nof baseball for the
shore championships Saturday at 3 to
3 and the game was called on account
of darkness. The deciding game will
be played Saturday of this week.
Red Cross Officer*.
Mayor Clarence E. Housman of
Long Branch has been elected chairman of the Red Cross organization at_J
that place. Mrs. Harry E. Shaw is
vice chairman and Wellington E.
LaMonte secretary and treasurer.
Sentenced for Theft.
William H. Underwood pleaded
guilty at Freehold last week to stealing household goodB from Mrs. Ella
Cunningham's house at West Long
Branch and ho was fined $75 and
costs and paroled for three years.
Motel Paya Dividend.
The annual report of the treasurer
of the Monterey hotel company at
Asbury Park shows the hotel earned
a profit of $107,495 the past season.
A dividend of five per cent has been
declared on the company's stock.
Store Building Sold.
Isaac Freodman has bought the
Carver and Borden store building at
Freehold as an investment. Mr. Carver has retired from the candy and
ico cream business and hia partner
George- Bovden, will continue it.
Sale of a Store.
B. A. Britwood hnti sold his five,
ten, 25 cent and $1 store at Aobury
Park to the L. It. Steel company of
Buffalo. The company operates a
string of about forty stores throughout the country.
A Kitchen Shower.
Mian Madeline Teller of Asbury
Park,'who'is engaged to wed Kuymond Horner of Belmar, had a kitchen nhowor last Wednesday night.
She received a large number of kitchen utensils.
(Continued on next page.)
A man at sixtyyears of age ia
either a failure
or a success. IHilCCHAM'S
PILLS liavebecam.'Hlt: for <;ixty
ycara and Imvo the l.um M r.uli: of any
medicine in the woildl
Millions use
M.P*
Our October sale each year is not in the same class with the worked
to death excuses for imaginary cuts in prices by department stores such as
we see in our daily papers week after week.
Here are pianos we bought new only a few months ago and they
have^been used in our best homes in many cases but a few weeks. Rut
to make assurance double sure we give you the number of each piano so
that you can write the factory and find out when it was manufactured.
THE LATEST ARRIVALS
from our tunirig and polishing department representing a fine assortment
of instruments.
STEINWAY
We call attention to. the fact that MANY of
these pianos look absolutely NEW, and to all
HARDMAN
practical purposes ARE NEW.
McPHAIL
Some of them have been mere articles of furA. B. CHASE
niture in magnificent Elberon and Deal homes
whose occupants spent more time MOTORING,
PACKARD
GOLFING, BATHING and VISITING than
IVERS & POND
"tickling the ivories."
They have been examined moat carefully—- HOBART W. CABLE
every little detail looked into and the slightest
SHONINGER
mark on case or needed adjustment to action
JEWETT
remedied.
MILTON
They are really in BETTER CONDITION for
a buyer than when they came from the factory
and Others
owing to the CAREFUL REGULATING necessary for any piano before it is ACCLIMATED.
The following is, of course, only a YERY PARTIAL LIST, but it
helps to tell the story of the wonderful values offered by us this fall.
In order that a person who is absolutely uninformed about pianos
may buy with the greatest assurance of security we give THE MAKER'S
NAME, THE NUMBER OF THE PIANO AND THE DATE IT WAS
RECEIVED FROM THE FACTORY.
Most of
Year
Make
SHONINGER
A. B. CHASE
McPHAIL
PACKARD
HOBART M. CABLE
HOBART M. CABLE
MILTON
MILTON
MILTON
JEWETT
RADLE
SCHUBERT
TUSTING
BRAMBACH
ese
No.
Case
60218
Mahogany
61756
Mahogany
61727
Mahogany
127494
Walnut
62912
Mahogany
62919
Mahogany
116422
Mahogany
118334
Mahogany
118525
Mission
43778
Mahogany
57811
Mahogany
50252
Oak
• 16701
Mission
(Small Grand) 37736
This
Months
Bought
July, 1919
Nov., 1919
Mch.-, 1920
Apr., 1920
July, 1920
July, 1920
Feb., 1920
May, 1920
May, 1920
May, 1920
Apr., 1920
May, 1920
June, 1920
May, 1920
Price
$415
$590
$515
$575
$465
$485
$385
$450
$450
$500
$425
$325
$320
$825
i
Here Are a Few Good Makes Taken in Exchange
Upon Player-Pianos or New Uprights
. Most of them are makes not carried by us, so we do not know exactly how old they* are. Each haa been put in as good shape as its condition warranted and each is a real bargain at prices quoted.
Make
Case
BRADBURY "
Walnut
ALBRECHT
Mission
ARMSTRONG
Mahogany
J.. & C. FISCHER
Walnut
GABLER
Mahogany
(
HARDMAN
Mahogany
KRANICH & BACH
Oak
LAUTER
•
Mahogany
MATHUSHEK
,"
Mahogany
TONK
Mahogany
WATERS
Walnut
WITNEY
Mahogany
CHICKERING (fine piano)
Ebony
No.
20484
13786
49574
117978
40401
35811
22974
19531
3594SI
9136
69193
17260
90501
Pirioe
$167
$135
$120
$230
$185
$380
$260
$190
$275
$200
$215
$187
$340
We judge there is no other firm in the country having the variety
of makes from which you may select. Neither do we know of a concern
willing to opeii their stock book and show you just how long a slightly
used piano has been in use, except ourselves.
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are alCall and see us even if you are not quite ready to buy. We
ways glad to put our time against yours to talk piano.
The Music Store of the Coast
OPEN THIS EVENING
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RED BANK REGISTER, OCTOBER 20, 1920.
P«ge
f.f
•s
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The United States Brewing1 Company desires to announce
that it has taken over the Cereal Beverage department of the
business of P. Ballantine & Sons, who discontinued the
brewing of those products.
TRADE MARK
There is every reason in the world why every farmer should buy a Fordson Tractor, while there is not a
single reason in the world why a farmer should not buy*a Pordson Tractor. In the claims we make for
the Fordson Tractor as being the superior farm Tractor, thdre is nothing of boasting. Our claims are
based upon demonstrated facts. In every sensible test that h&s been made (and we-don't believe1 in any
jokeying or technical tests) but in the real common sense work on the farm—the work the Tractor was
intended to accomplish—we say, in all such tests the Fordson has stood head and shoulders above all competing Tractors. And this is best proven in the fact that while there are about three hundred thousand
farm Tractors'in use in the United States today, and while Tractors have been sold to farmers for twenty
years, and while the Fordson has only been on the market two years, more than one-third of all the
Tractors in use in the United States are Fordson Tractors.
In seeking a reliable successor for this branch4>f the Ballantine business possessing the requisite ability, capacity
and equipment to supply the trade and consumer with brews
of satisfactory quality, the United States Brewing Company
has been chosen as the pre-eminent establishment which by
reason of, its long experience and, unexcelled brewing and
storing facilities can best uphold the ideals and. standards'so
well established and long maintained by P. Ballantine & Sons.
The undersigned will in the future, as in the past, continue to supply all their friends and customers with superior
brews that will in every way meet the highest standards
and critical tastes of the most fastidious.
Now you can't upset a fact. You can't back away from an established truth, and there it is—out of three
hundred thousand Tractors, one hundred thousand are Fordsons, and there are probably some fifty different
makes of Tractors on the market. Just let your common sense consider these facts. ' ' Figs are not
plucked from thistle bushes, nor plums from thorn trees." .
The Fordson Tractor has the necessary power. It is economical in operation. It is flexible in control and
operation. It is simple in design, and it. is sturdily built of the best iron and steel. It is the~ product of
the genius of Henry Ford, and it wasn't'placed on the market until Henry Ford had tested it, and tested
it, and tested it, before he asked the farmers to buy it. It is no idle faith that in the Fordson Tractor
Henry Ford has given to mankind one of the greatest benefits which has ever come to civilized man.
Gotifried Krueger Brewing Co.
Newark, N. J.
Peter Hauck & Co.
Harrison, N. J.
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Now we solicit every farmer to buy one or more Fordsons. Conie in and see them. Come in and let us
tell you more than we can in an advertisement. Let us demonstrate to you. Let us put it to every test
that you ask. The Tractor is just as necessary for the farmer as water is in the house. Come in ! Look
over the Fordson. Test it. Don't take any chances. Don't experiment. Supply your farm With the
Tractor of established value.
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C. Trefz Brewery
.
Newark, N. J.
Your Blood With Iron
W. E. MOUNT
Matawan
Englistvto"wn.
WITH PLENTY OF ENERGY AND POWER
Says Physician—Explains How
Organic Iron Like Nuxated Iron
Often Increases the Strength
of Weak, Nervous, Run-down
People In Two Weeks" Time.
You cannot expert to force uliead in life
with plenty of CIKTK)' nntl power if your
blood in thin and wntery any more thitn you
can hope to run mi automobile on witter
instend of Kusolfiio. It tnkes pure, rod blood
—ricli in iron—to keep tin; human iniu-hiim
working rijjht. Without irnn your i-very
action lucks jtow IT, your red b]<mil corpuscle
die by millions, the strength K«'VS from your
body and ymi drop unions the wenklinsf
and failures.
"But when Biuii men and women supply
the ri^lit
!;in;l of iron to tlitlr bl<:«d, :i most
c
r
worry, work and other stmini to build uP
strength, and health by taking organic iron—
Nuxnted lron-for 1 ermsider it one of the
foremost blood and body-builders, the beat to
which I have ever hud recourse."
Dr. Jiiuifs KruiKMs Sullivan, formerly physician of UolJeviie Hospital (Outdoor Dept.)
New York aiuKlhe Wesleliester County Hospital Kays: "I have strongly emphasized tha
great necessity of physicians making blood
examinations of their weak, anaemic, rundown putienl;!. Thousands of persons go on
year after ytfir sullyinp from physical weakness and ii highly nervous condition due t o
liwk of sufflcUiit iron in their red blood
(.•(irpust'lcs. - To supply this {iron deficiency
and to help build strong, healthier men and
women, bettor nbh: physically t o meet the
tirohlcins of ovcryday lifi*. 1 believe physicians
shmild at every opportunity prescribe organic
iron-N'uxateil Iron—for in my experience
it is nnc of the hrsr tnnic and red blood
BRIEF ITEMS OF NEWS. DO YOU KNOW
(Continued from last page.)
WHAT IS
The pupils of the Ocean* Grove
Red Bank:
New Brunswick
&a****^>**^.*^x.«.*o«N>>:«$**o»x«^^^
Business
\
Saturdays
Hours
8:00 A. M.
high school have decided to continue
the publishing of the Trident, the
8
A.
M.
to
to
B i - r p r i : : : , , ' - • ' • • • " " » o f f r i n h i t . . < >ii.i™ •' *.-»ischool paper. A printing press will When You Feel Out of Sorts and
Di. John J. Vim IIONIL-, formerly Mi'tlk-iil' If you are not strung or well, you owe it t o
1
be bought by the school board and
iInnp«*lorniMl ClinirairhysiL'iitnon Mm frmrd yourself in make the following teat: Seo
See With a Dull Eye
6 P.M.
10:00 P.M.
the printing class at the school will
of Health of New York City. "The -weak, how long you can work or liow far you can
[colorless blood which Juid been moving n]U£- walk without becoming tired,. Next take
print the paper.
(gi»hly in tlie,veins becomes rich and red and two fh'e-trriiiii tablets of ordinary Nuxated
c o u r t s through the body, building- healthy Iron three times per (!ny for two weeks, then
LOOK TO YOUR BLOOD
Gives Salary to Hospital.
tUsut', giving reueu-ed force and increased test ynur strength again and sec how much
•trengtli. Wilhtmt this rich, red blood with you hnv<- gniltrfl.
The
Long
Branch
hospital
has
,plenty of iron in it, there can be no physical
MAND7ACTunEna'Nora: Nuxated iron, which
made public a number
of recent con- Pale Complexions, Languid Feelings,
iPerf«ction or force t o carry on one's work, IH recommended
tg not a oecret remedy but
iYet to tfllre the wroiisr kind of iron tn.iy prove 0110 which Is wellabove,
tributions, among1 them being the Lowered Vitality, Need More Red
known to drtiKRlata everywhere.
Dress Goods and Silks
Cretonnes and Draperies
worse than useless jiiat a i Urn wronp sort of Untlkn the older Inorganic iron products It la easily
salary check of Mayor C. J. Housman
.food will often fail1 to pive the proper nour- ussirnHilled and doca not Injure the teeth, mako
Blood. Take Pepto-Mangan.
of Long Branch. This was the secIilimt'iit. Orpin it iron—NtixaU'il Iron-by tbem black, nor upact the stomach. Each tablet ol
genuine
Ntixated
Iron
In
stamped
Jisfol!ow3_
enriching: thu hlnod and treat inp new blood urid tlio wortln Nuxuteil Iron are stamped
ond salary check given to the hospiYou will always find a veiy comcclla, Btrenpitliens the nerves, rebuilds; the Into eanh liottle, BO that the public may
We have always made a specialty
tal by Mr. Housman.
muscles and helps instill the whole system not bohd Into accepting inferior substitutes.
So many people spend week after
with fresh vfcor urn! twlunmco whether tlie rnfttiufsicturcrs gimmnu'e successful and entirely
week
feeling
down
and
out.
They
plete
line
of
high
class
goods
to
satisfactory
remits
to
every
purchaser
or
they
will
person !x» youim or old. I strongly advise
Citizens Arming Themselves.
of these goods. We cany as
refund your money. It la dispensed by til good
never stop to think that something
evejy man or woman wbo IH listed out bydruse
[ale.
The Asbury Park commissioners really Is the matter. They satisfy
select from at prices that appeal
large an assortment as can be
are receiving many requests for per- themselves by saying, "Oh, I'm not
mits to curry firearms following the sick. I'll be all right, tomorrow."
to thrifty buyers.
found in any store in the county.
several robberies at that place.
Dealers are iincling it difficult to sup- And tomorrow comes again and
ply the demand for the cheaper again. Still they feel depressed and
languid, scarcely able to get around.
grade of revolvers.
If you don't feel like yourself, you
Aged Veteran Dead.
are not yourself. If you are weak
and
pale, your blood needs strengthGeorge Seebach died at the home
of his daughter, Mrs. J. McDonald ening. You should know about PepShoes for the Family
Clothing for Men and Youpg Men
of Asbury Park last Wednesday. Mr. to-Mangan, that famous blood tonic.
Seebach was 9'J years old and was a Physicians recommend it and preveteran of the civil war. Until three scribe it because it contains just the
When it comes to shoes it is
We are right now showing and
ingredients needed to make red
years ago he lived at Jersey City.
Year in a n d year o u t
blood. It renews your energy, puts
doubtful if you can find anywhere
selling more clothing than ever:
Pastor.' Salaries Increased.
you'-where you ought to be. Begin
U n e e d a B i s c u i t have
such
an assortment of fine shoes
At the fall meeting of the Re-with 'it today. Get the tablets if
It must be because ,we cany good
formed church classis a resolution they will be more convenient to take
maintained their place as
for such little money. Full stock
was passed to the effect that hereaf- than the liquid. Both have the same
merchandise for the right prices.
ter all single pastors will receive a- medicinal properties. But be sure
the world's best soda
to select from.
minimum salary of $1,200 and mar-you get the genuine Pepto-Mangan.
crackers a n d t h e r e b y
ried ones a minimum of $1,500.
Ask for "Gude's" and be sure that
the full name, "Gude's Pepto-Manhold the esteem of AmeriDenies He Neglects His Children.
gan," is on the package.
irife
Bland
of
Asbury
Park
was
can housewives w h o
arrested last week charged with neglecting his three small children. Mr. Eubenstein unconscious in the
demand super-excellence
Gents' Furnishings
Corsets and Meslaia Undergarments
Bland's wife died last spring. Bland back of the car.
1
in point of crispness;
denied thfit he neglected his children Sight Permanently Injured.
An
up-to-date
department
is
the
but he was held for a hearing.
You realize how hard it is to find
Elmer E. Morris of Keyport, who
flavor and nourishment.''
verdict of the knowing ones. A
was injured in an automobile acciGasoline Catches Fire.
^.merchandise
of this kind that ig
Keep a supply on hand.'
very well selected stock at all
A party of soldiers in the recruit- dent recently, has returned from the
satisfactory.
You are never dising service planned to give a demon- Perth Amboy hospital. >The sight of
times. Often you can procure
stration of a high power search light one eye will be permanently impaired
appointed
when
you come here
NATIONAL BISCUIT
as
a
result
of
the
injury.
some
rare
bargains.
Call
and
be
at Matawan Friday night week but
COMPANY
were prevented from doing so by Asbury Park Pioneer Dead.
first.
shown.
leaking gasoline catching fi^e.
Isanc N. Ker, a pioneer resident of
Asbury
Park,
(lied
last
Friday
after
Hotalen—Bodine.
Miss Evnlyn Hotnlon of Long a long sickness, He was 81 years old
BraiU'h, formerly of Bloomfield, was and leaves a widow and one son. He
married last Thursday to Frederic A. was in the carriage business at AsHotline of Long Branch. Rev. Ed-bury Park many years.
Furniture and Floor Coverings ,
ward Mount performed the cere- Autoist Gets in Jail.
Houses Furnishings
mony at West Ocean Grove.
Chase I). Reynolds of Southard
The reputation that we have
Why is it that we draw the maGolf Toumnmcnt.
drove his automobile to Freehold one
John W. Herbert and Miss T.ysbeth day last week and was arrested on a
earned
by
years
of
faithful
servjority
of the people for 15 miles"
Ward were the winners of the mixed charge of being drunk. Reynolds
ice we are still retaining. , We
around
W e to buy House Furfftuksome toui'niinient of the Freehold was released under bail after being
golf cllili. Mr. Herbert donated one in jail a short time.
strive
to
show
the
very
best
in
nishings?
It must be because they
1803.
1920.
$ of the prize!! and he at once ottered Auto Tragedy 5uit.
; the pri/.e for another match.
each line and at bottom prices.
always find here just what suits."
The manslaughter case against
No Board of Health.
Mi's. Natalie T. McArthur of Jersey
Matawan linn no board of health. City, driver of the auto which killed
Mayor Henderson has named several four-year-old Washington Legg nt
persona to the board but they have Brielle last August, will be tried at
all refused to accept, claiming that Freehold this week.
it only makes enemies, requirey a lot Hooley—Connors.
i of work and olTers no pay.
Miss Susan A. Hooley of KcnnsRobbery at Asbury Park.
luirg and Michael .1. Connors of InA handbag containing about $20 dianapolis were married at Keanswas stolen from .1. Otto Illinme's liurg Tuesday of last week by Itcv.
home at Asbury Park last week by a John A. Murray. The couple, will
1' 1*1111 who coofy entered the house live at Indianapolis.
and informed the maid that lie wasPastors Returned.
an inspector of moulding.
1 Soil Elqa! Kafato
Itev. II. K. llliu'kwoori has been reDemi After LonK Sickness.
turned as pastor of the Oomo Methog Hent Cottages
deoigt' \V. Hmighton of Asbury dist l'rofefitant, church by tho con1 Write
Park died last Thursday after n ference. Itev. A. L. Iftcriion is reyear's uickmwi. He leaves la widow turned to Avon and Rev. A. Pnrsella |Sl®nm©nfia €®ainty Farms
and a nnu. For many yt arn Mr. to AlliMiwond.
Uoui;hloii was u molormari on theWifo Doortcr Sentenced.
SHIRTWAISTS mn4 SHUTS
CMilBUEWB WEAR
Anbury Park trolley liue.
'
William
Oh(!ci;cman
of
Anbury
STORE CLOSES 6 P. M. SATURDAYS
Car Hits Pole.
Park pleaded guilty before Judge
• I'Yank Knbenstein of Freehold Lawrence lunt week to deserting hill
9
©THE81 PAYS S:3O P. M.<
had JI narrow escape a fevv nightH wife and children, l i e wns ordered
ago when bin automobile collided to pay $1(1 a week toward the support
with II telephone polo, Tim nhuck of hi» family.
BE© BAIIK* N. I .
»>X€<c«itf«:c*:<<<ccc€*>>>sr*>5£« Kimmliod the autoimiriilo imd knoukod
(Continued o» noxfc
tf
n
T
DLEM & CO.
I
Women's Ready-to-Wear Outer Gamteatg
Coats, Suits, Dresses, Skirts—Dandy Assortments at Bottom Prices.
B A N K , N . jr.
~ ~~~
RED BANK, N. J.
8 Broad Street*
V N. J .
Wan
1 €. & G. A. DELA.TU8H,
In ide&I
'(Conthraed ftroa last-page.)
"T&te Home ©2 Sweets"
iVU dependable
diligence
in
looking: after the
special requests of
our clients has done
much to win us tho
commendation o £
t h o s e whom w o
hnve served. A 11
arrangements a r e
under the direction
of dependable management.
mot.
Our home-made pure confectionery is made on the
premises under the moat careful supervision and in a modern
sanitary candy kitchen. Step in and ask to see how our
candy is made. We're proud of our sanitary methods.
_._.
B y t h e Plat© oc I n B w ! k
Chairs and tables
forallaec&siona
-EST.H.C.FAY
*»•
AlSCBITEOTtS AEU> BHGIMEBM.
L o o s 11 EUAW BW0,, Eed Beak, H. i>
Tel. Conn.
A big auto truck driven by AnB. BOYD, M. D.,
DISEABEa OP TUB KEOX'HM AND
short term investment &»I0HN
drew Anderson of Long Branch
DISEASES
09 WOMEH.
turned turtle when the driver apSuite £07 Brent QatA Building, ©e?. [email protected]&4
plied the brakes too quickly as lie
[email protected] and Third avcrmts* Lcng Ummeh. H. &4
Hours: 0 A. U. to IE IX; 1 w » f. E (
was descending a hill iii.Miildletown
NEXT SUNDAY
Evenings and Bumtayfl by E£r£Hflatl*£fiS&».
township last week. Mr. Anderson
AOTointacnta s»?e Un»—t«J«iiboaa
teas
Leave Red Bank O:0O A. M.
Uronch.
'••
escaped injury.
War Tut 29 Cools Additional
Train lettveu on Daylight Time
Stolo Auto Tiren.
f|B. HAJIOLD A. TILTON,
Everett Tilton and Elmer Powell
Gmduata University of Pennsylvania. l^g£a
eenor to Dr. J. S. TluoeksiDrtcia. Ks. u
of Lakewood wore arrested at FarmBroad Street.
ingdale last week charged with steal&°,'o
Two
Year
Secured
Offlea hours: » A. M. ta S :2Q P. M. EsSi)
ing, two auto tires from William K.
day except Saturday.
Matthews. They had one of the
Gold Notes
S . U H . BTRYKEE,
tires when caught and were taken to
VETEBINABY BUBGEOH,
the county jail.
OLles, Publia UerviM Building, fbona M f i
Beslde&e«, 81 Shrewsbury Ave. ^fesm? &&*
Price
98
and
Interest
Buys Grocery Store.
You can Just tell by Its healthy;
BED BANE, H. I .
stimulating odor, that it is
J. R. Matthewe, who has conducted
E. S1DWELL
going t o do you good
Yielding over 9%
a grocery store on Front street at
'•
TRU8S SPECIALIST
Keyport for several months, has
Men, Women, end Children
F' I only
had Borne Sloan's Liai1
bought the (Store formerly owned by
Rooms
UGO-l-2-Kinmouth
Buildini;.
ment! ' How often you've eaid
•Circular " H-l " on reuueat
Anbury Park. N. J.
Frank Warnock and has taken posthat! And then when the rheuPhones—Asbury
WayBide 261-tM.
session of it.
matic twinge Bubsided—after hours o£
Honra— 9-11. 1-4, 7-8. Saturday. Sundayond Moa
day and by appointment
Buffering—you forgot it!
Autoist Sent to Jail.
All appliances guaranteed or prices refunded.
Don't
do
it
again—get
a
bottle
!/>•
Spencer G. Ayres, a summer resi- day and hep it liandy for possible use
ILLIAM E. FOSTER,
dent of Belrnar, was sentenced to tonight! A sudden attack may come
COUNSELLOR AT LAW.
thirty days in jail after he had been on—sciatica, lumbago, eore muscles,
New York,
New Jersey,
60 Broadway.
Atlantic Ulslitandfil,
arrested at Manaequan last week backache. Btiff joints, neuralgia, the
60 Wall Street, New York
N.V. City.
N.J
charged with driving his automobile pains and ache3 resulting from exposWT.1. A. WOODING, Res. Suleiman
while drunk.
ure. You'll soon find warmth and reOBERT PIERCE,
LICENSED AUCTIONEEB.
lief in Sloan's, the liniment that pene123 Dunlar Avc, LONG BRANCH, N. J.
Truck Damages Bridge'.
Residence 46 White. Red Dank,
trates •without rubbing. Clean, economPhone Long Branch 75
Telephone 1038-M.
The bridge over the creek at Im- ical. Three sizes—35c, 70c, 51.40
Bstclal attention to tales of farm ttsc
laystown was badly • damaged by a
farm implements end personal property.
heavily loaded truck one day last
week. Temporary repairs were made
F. TETLBY,
•
NOTARY PUBLIC
the next day so the. bridge in in use
and
COMMISSIONER OF DEEM.
again.
Tetley'n Newa Stand.
7 Broad Street,
Red Bank. N. *
On Short Time B&@*s.
Lots of Red Bank People Do.
R. HAROLD J. STOKES.
The Freehold rug mill is operating
Does your, back ache constantly?
DENTAL SIIIIGEON
on a five-day a week basis while
Successor to Dr. Frank Lee.
Do you have sharp twinges when
awaiting trade and price adjustC4 Broad Street EiBner Building.
stooping
or
lifting?
ments. The Steiner pajnma factory
Rooms 4, 6 and 6.
OMco Hours B:30 to 6:00 o'clock.
at Freehold is now on a three-day
Feel all used up—as if you could
basis.
just go no farther?
f EO. McC. TAYLOR, C. E.
•Why not look to your kidneys?
**
CONSULTING ENGINEER.
Special Delivery Carrier.
CIVIL ENGINEER and SURVEYOR.
Why not use Doan's Kidney. Pills? B EUner
Daniel Coles, Jr., is now special
Building. Broad S t . Red Bank. N. I.
Red Bank people have done so. Ask
delivery mail carrier at Long Branch
AW OFFICES OF
your neighbor.
and handles between fifty and
REILLY & QUINN,
ighty letters and packages a day.
They tell you the result.
Davidson BnildlnB.
Red Bank
He makes his deliveries by automoJoseph
Reilly.
John J . Qulnn
Mrs. Carrie Robinson, 18 White
bile.
.^
street, Red Bank, says: "I have used
OHN S. APPLEGATE & SON,
Fire Chiefs Elected.
Doan's Kidney Pills for attacks of
COUNSELLORS A l LAW
Bnad Sb<s&
kidney complaint when my back felt Davidson Building,
Clarence E. Stines was electedRED BANK. N.
weak
and
lame.
At
these
times
I
chief of the Belmar fire department
would
become
run
down
and
feel
at the annual election last week.
DMUND WILSON,
dull and languid. My kidneys didn't
COUNSELLOR AT LAW.
Dease Shibla was chosen assistant
RED BANE. El, S
act right, either. I used Doari's Kidchief. Neither man had any opposiOffice!]: 10 EAQT FRONT STIUSET,
ney
Pills
from
Cooper's
Drug
Store
tion.
and they relieved the trouble. The
LSTON BEEKMAN,
New Red Cross Officers.
aches and pains left my back and I
COUNSELLOR AT LAW.
Ofncefl,
10 Broad street, RED BAHK, ^ . B,
felt
fine."
B. H. Obert has been elected chairman of the Asbury Park Red Cross
Price 60c, at all dealers, Don't
R. W. M. THOMPSON,
organization. Mrs. E. II. Wilcox is
simply ask for a kidney remedy—get
DENTAL SURGEON.
vice chairman, J. Lyle Kinmonth secDoiin's Kidney Pills—the same that Zi Nat'! Bank BuUdW, ' n«d Bank. U. ?\
retary and William J. Couse treasGao administered. Hours 8-5.
FIXES CORNS IN > Mrs, Robinson had. Foster-Milburn
urer.
Co,f Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y.
10 MINUTES
UO. D. COOPER,
Man and Woman Convicted.
CIVIL ENGINEER
Why k t a corn ciiuse you pain and disBucccssor to Geo. Cooper. C. B
BIDS WANTED.
Charles Major of Allenwood and omfort? Get n bottlu of CORN " M X " ;
FostoSoi Building.
RED BANS,
pply
it
to
a
tender,
aching
corn.
Almost
Mrs. Anna O. Hurley of Bradley nstantly that corn will Htop bmtinjr. nnd
Beach were convicted at Freehold in 10 ininulM you peel it riKlit out, HOOTS
'EOKGE
K.
ALLEN,
Twin-cylinder 7-h. p. Indian motor 8 CIVIL ENGINEER ANDJR.,
last week on a charge of illicit rela- AND ALL.
MUKVXOa
tions. They will be sentenced tomor- The safest, nuregt and quickest way to cycle .for sale by order of the Council
Bwm 1. Patterson Building. Ertnd GUtll
rid your feet of corns, ciillaiisea and bunRED BANS. N. J.
row.
of the Borough of Pair Haven.
ions.
Price 35c at all drui* stores. Money reDied at Hospital.
Bids to be in the hands of the Clerk
EO. H. ROBERTS,
undeii if you are not delighted with the
GRADUATE AUCTIONEER
Mrs. Joel F. Boyce of Asbury Park CBUHS. Try it AT OUli RISK and con- on or before Tuesday, October 2Gth, Fedlsree or
Grade Stock, Farm Sales, Fe:
died at the Spring lake hospital vince yourself.
aonal Property. New Honmoath, K. J.
1920, at 8:00 P. M.
Taleobbni Mlddlstown 271-F-20.
Tuesday of last week ' following an Manufactured and guaranteed by the
The
Council
reserves
the
right
to
operation. She was 45 years old and CORN FIX CO, Inc., Newark, N. J .
reject any or. all bids.
Luko longhead will help yon ge§
is survived by her husband and one
For Sale by
E lob, or rent your house or fill cnj|
son.
i M. FLOYD SMITH,
KNICKERBOCKER PHARMACY.
other want you may have.—Advsn
Clerk. tisemont.
Soldier Goes to Hospital.
Jesse R. Woollcy of Neptune City
Was taken to the Long Branch hospital last Thursday for&n operation
to his leg made neccssaJp by a wound
he suffered while fighting in France.
Will Remain in Maine. .,
Mr. and Mrs. Chester.A. Mcgill of
Farmingdale, who went to Maine for
a pleasure trip a few weeks ago, will Extraordinary Curative
remain there. Mr. Megill will be as- Power of Lydia E. Pinksociated in business with his brother.
ijam's Vegetable Compound
Free Water for Churches.
Philadelphia, Fa.—"I want to let you
The Mntawan council last week
passed a resolution to provide the know what good Lydia E. Pinkham'a
V e g e t a b l e Comchurches of the town with free water
pound has done mo.
service. The churches' have been
Heavy Duty Trucks with trailers for the transportation
1 had organic troupaying $11 a year for their water.
of Boats, Girders, Poles and other articles of unusual weight
bles and am going
Lewis—Barlow.
through the Change
or dimensions. Horses and Cattle transported quickly and
of Life. I was taken
Miss Nellie M. Lewis, daughter of
with a pain in my ! safely.
the late William T. Lewis of FreeBide and a bad headhold, and William Barlow of Trenton
Five Ton Truck with large racEi body for special
ache. I could not
were married at Freehold Sunday of
.
.
„»„»„»,,..
1'° down, could not
last week by Rev. E. C. Conover.
k ^
i
«at or Bleep. I suf- 7service. Picking up farm products and delivering
Newspaper Plant Closed.
city martlets.
Ih t^mB
fcred something
• • * * terrible and the docThe plant of the Coast Advertiser
tor's
medicine
did
Fast motor express service to any point regardless of
at Belmar was closed last week in a
no good at all—my pains got worse
foreclosure suit against Joseph me
distance.
Sight Seeing Busses for hire for Lodges, Parties,
infttead of tetter I began taking the
Conte, who bought the paper from Vegetable
Compound and felt a change
Schools, etc.
F. S. Bergren and H. C. Higgins.
from -the first. Now I feel fine, and adAutomobile Found.
vise any one going through the Change
"Apperson Eight" Seven Passenger Touring
of
Life to try it, for it cured me after I
Charles W. Errickson of Adelphla
car for hire.
found a disabled automobile in his had given up all hopes of getting better.
mill yard one day last week. When You can publish this and I wjll tell
First-ciass equipment. Careful, courteous and
no one claimed the car Mr. Errickson any one who writes to me the good
it has done me."—Mrs. MABOABET
competent employees.
notified the county authorities.
DANS, 1525 N. Alder St., Phila., Pa.
Manasquan Woman Dead.
It hardly B0ema possible that there is
Mrs. Ann A. Green, widow of a womnn in this country who will conCaptain William H. Green, died at tinue to suffer without giving Lydia E.
40 Mechanic Street, Red Bank, N. J.
Telephone 894
her home at Manasquan Sunday of I'inkham's Vegetable Compound "a trial
last week, aged 73 years; She leaves after all the evidence that ia continually
a daughter and three sisters.
being published, proving beyond contradiction that this grand old medicine haa
Garbage Men Guilty.
relieved more suffering among women
. A jury at Freehold last week found than any other medicine in the world.
the Seaboard utilization company,
holder of the Lonp Branch garbo
contract, guilty of maintaining
nuisance at its disposal plant.
Hit Himself with Hammer.
Clifford Errickson of Long Branch
has been suffering from a badly
mashed
finger, caused by hitting it
with ya hammer. It was necessary to
have the wound lanced.
Truck Burns Up.
The Englishtown firemen were
called out lnst week to put out a fire
in an auto truck belonging to a New
Brunswick butcher. The truck was
STREET.
practically destroyed.
Hotel Man Arrested.
(Ground Floor)
Joseph Keller, proprietor of the
American hotel at Farmingdale, was
I
Tfilfinhnnfi 352
.352
RED BANK, H. I .
Telephone
arrested Saturday night week on a
of ordinary quality arc not good
charge of selling liquor. He was
enough for prescription work.
held in $l,TJO0 bail.
Only druga and chemicals of tho
Sells His House.
very highest grndo of purity arc
George C. White has sold hiu resiSTEAMBOAT CO. OF NEW J E B S E ¥ O
dence property at Freehold to George
(It for UBO In prescriptions. Wo
A. lturdcu of Jrrupyville, who bought
TIME TAME IN EFFECT SEI'T. 22J, 1020.
u»o tho best obtainable no matthe place for his home.
Gubjoct to clianHO without notice
tor what tho coat and allow no
On European Trip.
James Quiltv of Kcimsburg, a chief
oiio but registered nhiimmciuts
engineer for the Ward line of steamto compound tho medicine
era for 25 years, left last week for a
Dulwuon I'lcr 14. foot ctr Franklin fUieot, New York <I.uiullni; nt Hi" lloltorr lotako on anil lolog
trip to Kiiropn.
I'OBWIIKOIS only), unil lllirlilutiil*. Ominii- un.l M Il»nk
All proscription!! nro double
TolcDliono Cull 4E7 Ciuinl Now York. 43 Hid Hunk. N . J . llljtlilzmiln Telephono. imi
Shower for FroahoM Girl.
checked, thus (junrdinf: ngainat
FOR NEW YORK
FOB? E3KR BAMEi.
A miscellaneous shower wan given
tho notmibllity of error or InacDaily except Sunday.
\
Daily oxcept Sundny.
nt Freehold last Wednesday night for
Mins Nellie Smock, who i.i soon to !)(• curacy. You may dopend upon
f. M.
>
0
llrd
Ilmil
7
%4
married.
I r«v< Pier
24. loot
»1 Franklin Direct. .2 4!i
O,«,,,,lc
7 *»
altory
l.iiiuUna
tho prescriptions you have filled
Illslilnmli .
B M'
00
Aiilvo lllgl.li.nil> nljou
Gooa West for Health.
Anivtt Mattmyy l.amlluE!
flliout.,.*
U)
"
Oceanic
"
ID I10 I
at
l
i
.lilii. Sti
HcJ llauk
"
C. It. Hitmmell of Allentown left
IOI«
last week for Arizonn, where he will
NOTICE-M llnltery FJIIHIIIIK. oil ol«»nt«l tralnn tot uptown, miliwav for mitown nt itiBroolllKa
mnke n ittny of sievcml weeks for hiu
Biid aurfucu t.or« anil feirlaa m UUUti I«lai«l and Ilruokljn, cwi bo riwuliinl In two uilnuU*.
health.
CAN TAKETROU.KY.'
JN«w DUtrict Cleric.
II. C. HUBBAKD, Frop.
AT niQHI.ANIKI »ta jr. C T. Co.. for lltoiw Church, Hnvralnli. Atlitntto lilghlfliMto, Britmt,
Dncar Druko him resigned ail dif;ItMnohuru. Koytimt. MkMI«t»«n nml H«l lluik.
. . .
. „ ,
10 Broad Street,
lied Dank.
trict clerk at Miuinttiiuftii and Kalph
AT Itl:l> HAN1C vln M. C. II, t)o.. JOT tihrtmahary. ivnUinlowo. t^na Hfsnea. A8b«e? Vmt, v&w
I). Bush linn bocn i-hoson to succeed
1
" V S R M T D A H K »'ta*P.b. T. Co.. tot » t t Vl«w. MUIII<I.II.II. N«w Manmontti, H«l»o»A KMIKC
D
Henry L. Doherty
& Company
I
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R
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D
will be received two weeks from last-night, The returns will put joy in the hearts
of some and sorrow and disappointment in the hearts of others.
L
It will always be so as long as there is a wide difference of opinion.
There is no wide gap in the opinion of those in Red Bank and immediate
vicinity as the better place to go when you want your wearing apparel, portieres,
furniture covers, etc., cleaned, dyed, scoured, and given that newness of appearance.
The latest returns show a clean sweep for this establishment. We have been
elected by popular approval and we know we can satisfy the public on the strength
of our past record.
Cast your vote for us when you want something done in our line. We'll serve
you well. Let the returns be unanimious for the
J
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A
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G
G
MAX LEON, Piogjrieteif.
Office, 24 West Front Street
Phone 734.
.
RED BANfC, N. J.
Factory, 76 White Street
Phone 1045.
L AH cars stop in front of our office.
.:
Branch Stores at Long Branch, Seabright and LakewoocL
VT every motorist hasn't
yet found out is that you
can't always judge the
quality, of a tube by the kind of
materials that go into it.
t J. S. Red Tubes contain the
pick of the world's rubber—more
and more of it coming from the
United States Rubber Company's
own plantations in Sumatra.
But what gives them their
quality is the United States Rub"
ber Company's manufacturing ex*
perience°— longer and more varied
than that or any other rubber
organization.
es
mttym
Jmtarlst
Tha oldest and largess
iRuiber Organlssatkmtottm WarM
hundred mid
$Mrtt-fiva Branches
REAL ESTATE
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RED BANK REGISTER, OCTOBER 20, 1S20.
Page Ten
BSW ITEMS OF HEWS.
EVENING
MATINEE
ALL "SEATS
ALL SEA.'i
(Continued from last psge.)
Vanderhoef of Villa Park
Four sets ©f buggy wheels, Warner pattern, ©ne set littilCharles
his pony and cart on the flat in
Wreck
pond
last week getting cltvms
heavy farm wagst? axles, loose csliar, long bed; four sets*
when the pony wandered into deep
long bed, ioosa collar buggy axiss, four sets long bed water. Vanderhoef went' to the rescue of the pony and saved it after
buggy aides, doybSe collar.
u hard struggle.
X TRAFFORD ALLEN
102 West Front Street,
Red Bank, N. J.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
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FREEHOLD, N. J.
MEMBER OF FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM
ITS MOTTO-SERVICE.
A Military Funeral.
Allen E. Potter, who died at the
home of his parents nt Hamilton liiat
week, was given a military. funeral.
Potter was a member of the Asbury
Park company of infantry and his
death was due to his being gassed in
the war.
Shooting Affray at Asbury Park.
John Loving and Thomas Archer
of Asbury Park were arrested last
week following a shooting affray.
Loving is claimed --to have fired the
first shot and Archer then got a shot
gun. Archer was wounded in- the
arm.
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Buys a ,Home.
Mrs. Annie E. Parker has sold a
house on Hull avenue at Freehold to
Lehigh Cobb. Mr. Cobb will make
some alterations to the house and
will then occupy it.
BURNS-SCHAFFEI? AMUSEMfeNT^O.
COMEDY
Big Voting District.' '
The completion of the registry lists
at Freehold shows that the first election district at that place has 867
voters, the largest number of any district in the county. ••
FOUR PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS
4 4 West Street, Meat* Monjnouth'
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*RED. BANR, N. J.
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Telephone Connection 6 9 8 4
BEST FOR HOME SHINES
SAVE THE LEATHER
THE BIG VALUE PACKAGES
PASTES AND LIQUIDS ForBIlck '2 I |-^£S s&,?" k Bro™
THE F. F. DAUBY CORPORATIONS LTD..1
BUFFALO. N. Y.
! within 12
Tytes fail to give absoluti
Have Ever-Tytes installed
repair man, or get them from
v;
KELLY & NICHOLS,
At the Fountain,
RED BANK, N. J.
Leases Farm He Sold.
William Frostick, who recently
sold the Windsor stock farm at Farmingdale, has leased the place from
the new owner and will operate it
again next season.
Takes Son as Partner.
Benjamin Fcinberg, who has a furniture store at Long Branch, has
taken his son Samuel into partnership and the firm will be known as
Feinberg- & Son.
Freehold Man Promoted.
Lieutenant Raymond Heiser of
Freehold has been promoted to the
position of instructor in military science for the cadets at Girard college
at Philadelphia.
Death of Aged,.Woman.
Mrs. Mary A. Aller of Ocean
Grove died last Wednesday of general . debility, aged 83 years. A
daughter, Miss Sarah Aller, is the
sole survivor.
Keansburg Couple Wed.
Thomas W. Collins and Miss Nora
Place of Keansburg were married
Tuesday of last week' at the bride's
home. They went to Boston on their
wedding trip.
Buys Butcher Business.
Louis Ehlin, who has been in the
cattle and butcher business at Freehold several years, has bought the
butcher business of John Tafel of
Englishtown.
Gregg—Symonds.
Miss Gladys E. Gregg, daughter of
I Mrs. Elizabeth Gregg of Asbury
Park, was married Monday, October
4th, to Robert C. Symonds of Oklahoma City.
Victim of Cancer.
Miss Nancy Johnson of Asbury
Park died last Wednesday of cancer.
She was 30 years old and is survived
by her mother, a sister and two
brothers.
To Wed Next Month.
Howell Fort of Long Branch and
Miss Eva Osborne of Seagirt will be
married at the Long Branch Catholic
church on Thanksgiving day, November 25th.
To Open Another Office.
Donald C. Butcher of Freehold will
open a branch real estate office at
Lakewood November 1st and will divide his time between Lakewood arwf
Freehold.
Buys Shoemaker Business.
Benjamin Levine has bought the
shoemaker business of Dominic DeMarchis of Manasquaiy' Mr. DeMarchis will make a trip to his old home
in Italy.
Bonding Resolution Passed.
The Long Branch commissioners
last week passed a resolution providing for the raising of $440,000 by a
bond issue for the paving of Ocean
avenue.
Sudden Death of a Child.
The infant son of Patrick Hickey
of Freehold died suddenly of heart
disease Sunday of last week while its
parents were on their way home from
a visit.
New Trial Denied.
Judge Lawrence last week denied
a new trial to William Brewer and
. Mrs. Eflie Osborn of Manasquan, who
'were convicted of living together il| legally.
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Crowded with Laughter.
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Topics of the ©ay
and GEdR€E OVEY in His Latest Comedy, "CUeED M YME BEACH"
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A DISTINGUISHED CAST
A wonderful production, presenting the maddening, wild rash for th© North In search of Gold.
Full of action and beautiful scenery.
SCREEN SNAPSHOTS
Al... ST. JOHN'S Newest Button Bwster. "SHIP
One Day
Ocenn Grove Girl Weds.
Miss Julia Cooper, daughter of
"Spencer Cooper of Ocean Grove, and
Charles G. Kittner of Pnssaic were
married a few elnys ago at the bride's
home.
Freehold Teacher Weds.
- Lloyd S. Cassell, teacher of science
at the Freehold high school, was married to Miss Pearl E. Matthews of
Scrnnton, Pennsylvania, Saturday
week.
Asbury Park Couple Wed.
Miss Mildred Opdyke, daughter of
Arthur II. Opdyke of Asbury Park,
was married Sunday of last week to
A. Russell Coble, also of Anbury
Park.
Engine Jumps Tracks.
A freight engine jumped the tracks
at Mtitawan Tuesday morning of last
week and truffle on "one of the lrnrk»
was held up for nrvcrnl hours.
A warm cellar is a poor storehouse. That's why vegetables and other foodstuffs cannot usually be kept in the
basements of homes heated by the old Btyle pipe furnaces,
or the more costly systems. The
Home Ventilator Furnace
Tho Orliini.1 PATENTED i>i,,<.l«.j Mn.l.l
Manufactured ontyhy tho HOMER FURNACE CO., Hornet, Mich.
will radiate enough iieat to keep the cellar free from
dampneos, but will not detract from ito natural coolness.
Vegetables can be ctorcd with perfect safety.
Heat is not wasted with the "Home Ventilator." Tho
scientific principle of design and operation ORIHIS all hc-at
units through the combination not- mid cold-air register,
and from there it io evenly distributed throughout the house.
Clean, simple and sife. ' Doesn't waulc space and
doesnt necessitate a bjfj installation coat. We ran equip
your residence with a "Home Ventilator" in a f<-vv hours,
for a little more than you would pay for u (;ood base
burner. Ask Ma for more infomuttiun.
William O'Brfca, Red Hank nqd'Scabright.
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VOLUME XLIII. NO. 17.
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BED BANK, N. J WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1920.
$1.50 Per Year:
PAGES i l TO 20,
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The Democrats have named George PARTY OH HEEBERT STREET.
four candidates for collector. The
.
WEDDINGS.,
Republican!) have nominated Bcnja- O. Hemlricknon as their candidate
Thomas—Holton.
I
,
v
min
min L. Atwnter,
Atwnter,the
theDemocrats
Democratshave
have for assessor. He ia a real estate and "Shower" Giv«sn Monday Night £or
Miso Margaret Valentine.
i t d
Alb W.
W Worden,
W d and
d insurance agent and he is a partner
Surrounded by autumnal flowers
HEB BANK CANDIDATES MAK- lnominated
Albert
THEY
LEFT
RED
BANK
LOOKh o Uo0<1
Miss
Mary
Quicley
of
Herbert
iwr B Mr nr CTi f >»MBAirM
Government organization of Rennie Stout. The Democrats Bay
and in the presence of 200 relatives MORE TROUBLE ON RIVERSIDIi
ING FOR ADVENTURE.
ING ENERGETIC LAMPA1GN. || ,,„„ n t , m i n u t e ( i M r B . j u r i a jf. Keongh.
that a real estate agent, who has had street gave a surprise miscellaneous
g
AVENUE LAST THURSDAY.
und friends, Miss Mildred Corringtoii
Th
as long an experience as Mr. Hen- shower party Monday night for Misa
d d t
didt
ffor lcolThoman, daughter of George Percival
in tl» Fi.14 T h ? I Independent
candidate
'Sat. of Caodi
drickson knows the value of real es- Margaret Valentine of Bank street. A I L o n f.°,w.inf, " n d G « o r « ° _ ? ' ° " Thomais" of Riverside, avenue, and f.'Jr-f. William Winter and Miss Audit
Certain
of
•«•&•
»
«''W";?•
Sickoto.
Each S *
Gordon Muile a Secoml UnsuccessGav.Th.ir
Parent,
a Great
The candidates for collector are tate oo well that ho can make u very Miss'Valentino received about fifty
Day.
TheyFright,
Were Oliver William Holton son of Mrs.
bbul
u l AAfter
f t B r FFour
m
Election—Independent Candidate
ul Effort to Get Foinijoiioij Tfeat
" D a i " rh~" V/"° K o a
M tlce
of
the three strongest persons the par- equitable and uniform assessment of presents, including gifts of cut glass,
far Collector Alto Running.
Brought
Home,
Safe
nnd
Sound.
y
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,
£
,
Middletown,
were
Day—Several Arrcfts IVJade.
tics could probably have named, and properties, fair to every 'taxpayer. silverware, linenware, etc. At the
married
baturriay
afternoon
at
TrinMr.
HendriekHon
is
laid
up
with
sickPolitical interest in Red Bank ecu- t h o i m p e n d e n t candidate for' colMrs. William K. Vijintcr and her
rs largely in
^ has
, * also
,
ters
In the borough election 4
ness and has not been out of the
l
sister, Miss Anna Cordon of Middlesome unusuall elethia year. To many politicians the ments of strength. Mr. Atwater, the house for several days. He is not
town township, made a second unsuctown election ia of more importance Republican candidate for collector, likely to be out for a week or so and
cessful attempt Thurnclay to get posthan the question of the election of saw service in the late war and Waa he will have to depend on his friends Carron, Josephine Sidell. Rita Haley,
wore their | were on every pew, and thu part of session of their house on Rivcrsido
ic ^lueu, i
ve
the President, since Iheir political wounded in the ankle. He was un- to make his campaign for him.
clothes
because,
as
they
a
HerI
^
ceremony
tooE
"
" " e - wl »<* « occupied1 by Mrs.
Grace
Hackett,•i Martin
Healy, worst
t
h
e
h
h
t
. V
• i »u ' i • i / . " ' ' • : 'the church where, the ceremony too
jobs depend on how the election goes. der army hospital treatment for a The Good Government candidate Myrtle, Rerjphard, Anna and Mia
Margaret Skelly.
With them
wards expUune,!, they diu not mtenil p | a c ( , w a s a floral g e t t i r ,, f c h y r y ™ ^
Three tickets are in tho field for long time but he ha3 now recovered. for assessor is George M. Sandt. Mr. Dowd, Nome Ryan, Calliata Power, to stay away for keeps and wanted to [ h ( . m u m s
zinnias am Mrs. Mary Woosfer Sutton, their
dahli.ls
Mary
Leroy,
Maty
Keilly,
Teresa
and
save
their
best
clothes
for
use
after
U
*
town offlccs-tlie Reiiublican ticket, H ( T w a i l appointed
a
member
of
the
Sandt
is
one
of
the-most
fearless
men
lawyer,
Mr.
Winter,
four world war
u t umn leaves
the Democratic ticket and the G o o d i b o a r d o f ' l e i t . c t i o n o f Monmouth in Red Bank when it comes to doing Beatrice Valentine, Margaret Cronin, they returned
They took a. train to TThe
,
jinmmarriage
veterans of Rumaon and Edward
h e bbride
rid
w
arriag
was given
h
rnment ticket. Besides these county several months ago, at a sal- his duty.
. _ , .her
_
, , ,
r,, wore a"gown
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He waa mayor of RedKatheryn and Mildred Fields, Made- N e w Y o r k a n d n u t n n n v c r n i r r h t 71 ,ly
The owners of the house and
father.
She
of
tllc
H
lU
them ia an independent candidate ary of ?GO0 per year, but he gave up Bank at one time and while he was line Mcrtz, Adeline Conk and Nellie,
\y ' white satin, with a Brussels lace train t h e l r companions got into the house
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for collector, Ralph B. Sickels. The this position to become a candidate mayor slot machines were brought In- Collette and Bessie Quiglcy.
"taking in" the sights of New York |' "i itl( . d" m lith
u, ^
satin, ,and a coronet of peaceably despite the efforts of the
Republicans, the' Democrata and tho for the collectorship. He is a new to the town. The use of these slot
and on succeeding days they visited ! Mechlin lace. She
Skelly's to keep them out by pushing
Good Government people oil say thoy man in politics and' until he was np- machines was ordered discontinued.
will win, but the Republicans and tho pointed t o the Monmouth county Some of the proprietors of (stores
Tl
.
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- i t
IIUIUIUU LO LUI3 IVlUIIfUUUUl COUIILV where the slot machines had been inDemocrats are both shaky in the e I ( , c t o n b o t t r d h e h n < 1 h e l d n o offlcye
troduced took out their machines and
knees
over
what
they
fear
the
Good
sent them away, but one or two oth- TWO BOYS THREW LIGHTED ,
Government^ .candidates may put U n d , m d t a k e I l n o p a r t i n p o U t i c s .
•
„,.,, ,,.-•. - , . - - „ | she wore a hat to match. She curried were not, arrested.
The
Democrats
huve
nominated
ers refused "to do so. Then the
over on them,
Mr. and Mrs. Winter and Miss
for money.
With .Chief Harry H. | .),i(ls
The Republicans believe that ex- Albert W. Worden, who is perhaps mayor took the chief of police and MATCHES INTO AUTOMOBILE. Clayton, Mr. Sewing went by auto- or( Four bridesmaids were in the bri- ''Ordon were held in SS,000 bail nt a
cept for the Good Government candi- tho mofit personally popular resident the two of them raided the store of Laundry Clothing Valued at $150
hearing before Justice Wise. James
dates they would have a walkover, of Red Bank. Mr. Worden is at Mort V. Piich and took the Slot maDestroyed by a Fire Started by
Cooper was their bondsman. He waa
chine from its place and confiscated
,Thoy say that most of the Good Gov- present one of the coroners of the
Robert Enright and Tbomnn Boynalso thc bondsman for Mr. Hatch,,
county
and
his
term
is
just
expiring.
it. That. incident stopped all slot
ernment candidates are Republicans
ton, Two Pctert Place Boys.
gy
oug | C o r r t c . l i a S t o w a r t aIK j M i s a Dorothy who was held in
bail, Mrs. Sutund that they will draw .more Repub- When ho ran for coroner three years machines find other devices of a sim- Clothing valued at $150 was de-George home. The parents of both j Hicks of Philadelphia,
Joseph F. ton was released on her own recoglican votes than Democratic votes. ago he received a larger vote in Red ilar, nature in Ked Bank during the stroyed'by fire Saturday afternoon boys were| worried almost to distrac-! Elverson of Cattasauqua, Pennsyl- izance.
Bank
and
in
this
part
of
the
county
mj.^
• ,
,
.
.«
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mum mm 111 tins utii i, ui LUU county rC3t of Mr. Sundt's term as mayor.
The house in question is under a
tion by
| V a n i a w a s p o o m s m M , q ,TThhe u s hh eyr 8
y the lads absence and there
h
Thoy•'point al«o. to tho fact tha w h o r o ,1(J i s k n o w n ' t h a n had ever bo, At the expiration of Mr. Sanilt's term when two,boys threw lighted matches •were
m s m M , of
T h
e usher8
homes w e r < J p wa uais wp o. oKmanual
contract
into the delivery automobile of the•were happy
happy reunions
reunions at
at both
both homes
Cattasau.- to be sold
: to anparty
- - in Ohio,
Ralph B. Sickels is a Republican and :f o r e b e c n K i v e n t o a n y reB ident of
as
mayor
the
Republicans
refused
to
b u t t h c s a l e l s bein
i
K
l
f
C
y
w
Keystone
laundry
company.
The
boys
Monday night. The boys say the jq U i l | Reynold Thomas, u brother of
« h(l111 u ' ' ecnue
that his vote wilKprobably come , R e ( | „ n k 4 0 w a s m n n j n K f o r o f f i c e < renominate him, and they selected
Mr3
' Skelly refuses to vacate. Tho
largely from Republicans.
The The • Good Government candidate Arthur A. Patterson as the man who are Robert Enright, son of J. Lee En- reason they ran away was because ' t n e b r i d c . Holden N. Dougherty of I
Democrats likewise believe • they 'i s M r f l . J u l i a . M . K a 0 U K h .
she haswould suit them better than Mr. right, and Thomas Boynton, son ofschool was irksome and life at Red • K v . jna ton Illinois and Morris W (owners claim that Mrs. Skelly is a
C.
D.
Boynton.
Both
boys
live
on
PeBank was dull and prosaic. Thc i Reynolds'of Johnstori, Pennsylvania! monthly tenant and that under the
wou <l have a walkover if it were not b u o n n n a B a i a t a n t i n & e eo ii ec tor's Sandt.
a, pleasure trip jTTli'n
ters place and are seven years old.
thought of going on A
by l a w s n c should have got out on Octoh
wc dding match waa played
for the Good Government candidates. o f l i c e f o r t h e t B e v c n y e i l r B , I n
lier 1st, as she was notified to do.
As said at the beginning of'this arThe automobile Was standing in for a few days occurred to them late Harold A. Laros.
.rieUemocrats say that-there is such h e r r k i n t h i s o f f i c e s h e h a s m c t
great disgust over Arthur A. Pattev n l m o s t c
taxpayer of Red Bank ticle, each of the three sets df candi- front of a house on Drummorid place, Thursday afternoon and an houv
About 100 persons attended a re-Mrs. Skelly claims she has a legal
•later
they
were
on
a
train
for
New
right
to remain until April 1st.- Mr.
dates
feels
certain
of
election.
Woand George Swick, the agent for thc
ception after the wedding at the
joiia adm mstration as mayor_ that. a n d t h u s h a * l i n e ( f a w i ( | e p e l a o l m i
p
i k e t will
get ltc q Unin tance with the voters, both men are voting this year and the .Re- company, was in the house making a York. They had hoped to meet with h o n Ke of the
„_ i -The
Hatch ia employed by William A.
t
iv
bride
the Republican
town tticket
will get
only
those
voters
who
are
controlled
publicans say they have corralled a delivery of laundry. When he came some great adventure, but their ex, ( 1 ( . t . o r a t ( . d w ith autumn eaves and Hopping, the agent who has the housa
only those voters who are controlled m e ' 'n , a n d w o n l e n , HHe r
i
bythe Republican ring and1 those yot- w i t h t nd0 hminCm
h s respect
s p e t were
r not
majority of the women for* their out of the house the hoys wye run- peetations in tthis
not flowers. Music was provided by an j under a contract to be sold,
of t n e
v o u l v o t e the
tidcet. The Democrats say they are ning away and the laundry in'the car realized.
Torchestra. To the accompaniment
of
-»•-•acquaintance
she
,ticket
i I T under
,° } all
^ circumstances.
, ^Pibl'ean o f l i c e a n ( 1ihe w i d e
1
p
to hoUi their own votes' and was ablaze. Mr. Swick put the fire
A FAREWELL PARTY.
has made with' the taxpayers of Red certain
much rice throwing the newly marFELL UNDER AUTO TRUCK. jtried
that they will get thc votes of women out with an extinguisher. Nearly all
and
.
.
.
I i d couple
l left
l f t for
f Middletown
Middl
d
for their local ticket because of thethe clothing was cither destroyed or
o r , ] ] F r l e n d s Cheer Up Charlea Quinn Be| from there took a train to New York,
fight made to keep the public schools ruined. The laundry company has Harold Tetley, Son of Millard Tetley, where they embarked on a steamer I
fore He Leaves Lincroft.
Injured Last Week.
out of politics and because the women notified the parents of the boys that
urn wspuoucan uaminisira- 1.,-. „{ nnvtv tino
for Europe.
p
Theyy will IK-K'
KKUI
UI house
house- jj Miss Helen Vaughn
g _ and other
are tired of high taxes with nothing they must pay for thc loss of clothing.
Harold Tetley, son of Millard F. keeping about
tion eof the town
anyway,
and
that
RZUTSMX
who
is
running
as
b D
December 1st on Twin | friends jjave a farewell party ThuraTetley of Hudson avenue, fell from Brook farm at Middletown, df which day night at Miss Vaughn's at Linwe,
ni t k o v e r l l ™nt candidates Ia n independent candidate for collcc- to show for it. The Good Government organization says that most of
the running board of an automobile Mr. Holton is the owner. A party'croft for Charles Quinn, who left yesZ
I I
«>e way all Dthese
votes t
w a £ c i n p j o y e d i n t h e W ntcr deem cratlc
Will Organize New Post.
truck last week mid one of the rear for the couple was given Friday night, tcrday for New York. The rooms
Jam id itc
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partment of Red Bank many years os the women of the town will vote for
their cundidutes because of the love
World war veterans who saw serv- wheels passed over him, breaking a at Mrs. Matice's.
r,,i i • ' /i i . • ,i , „ , .
meter taker and as outside suncrinj were decorated with autumn leaves
u
of women for the home and because ice abroad and other ex-service men bone in his shoulder and one of his^ Miss Thomas has lived a t Red and dahlias. The festivities were enJhe big Tight in Red Bank is over t d t
w h j , 0 ; t h j Bervic e h e
the women will want to protect their )v.a° na
Y« been
f>cen. in service for theribs. Harold was on the truck to Bank two years. She attended school • joyed until midnight, when refresh
have
A e r l u l t
e x t
refreshlest
n>l,T'"
i
^
"
feemet
almost
all
families
who
have
children from the evil influences I United States in foreign countries show the driver the way to Long I
gest light is over the collector. For t o w n
t c r i n t h e i r h o m e g o ri n t h e i r
] renjt WOtod d Hall
H l l at
t Bronxille,'
B i l l ' ments
t were served.
d Piano
Pian solos
solos were
were
]j
a tt
a
post
of
Veterans
of
mayor, Arthur A. Patterson has been p l a c e s o { i3 U 3 i n ( S 8 ,
e
was
the
Branch.
The
driver
did
not
stop
the
New
York.
Mr.
Holton
is
a
graduate
I
rendered
by
Miss
Mary
Kanev
and
H
which have become so pronounced Foreign
^
Wars at Red Bank.
They truck after Harold was hurt. The
1C e m l b l l c a l l E
i
university.
He
served
in
Miss
Margaret
Mouser.
Miss
Elizaunder
the
present
administration.
o
f
C
o
r
n
e
l
"
les
tbin't'.™
H
^ ,
;
^ " ti-buble adjuster and many tangle
will meet Monday night at the hook
The election ticket this yeitv will lie and ladder firehouse on Mechanic broken bones were re-stt at the Long t j l e m i v y during the war and shortly both Sweeney sang a solo. Humornd
' " i " " ; Harry Morford, n native b e t w o c t l the water department an.
0
made up differently from what it has street. Officers will be elected and Branch hospital.
afterward bought Twin Brook farm, ous stories were told and magical
straightilong
' . " 1 Republican,
^ " . ^ K
^
'
t
"
'
%
the
water
consumers
were
straight
who hns. lived
where he makes a specialty of raising tricks with cards were performed.
K I Ri» T ? '
T '1
•'" ened out by Kim. He is a Republican. been in the past. Formerly all theother action will be taken to launch
ELM PLACE HOUSE SOLD.
y
The party wound up with everyone
candidates
running
for
tl'l
same
ofpheasants.
Red
Bank
a
home
h many years and who owns U s t w i n t o r h e w a s s l a t e d f o r 8 1 i p o r . fice were placed orie after the other the new organization.
present
singing
"Home,
Sweet
the Good Government int cndent of the water department of
Adolph C. Kind Becomes the Owner
Douffhty—McClees.
candidate
Home." The guests were Mrs. J o and thus were grouped together.
of His Home.
Wilso
who has been councilman Ked Bank, but he relinquished this This year there is a column for the
In the presence of a gathering of seph Sweeney, Mrs. George Mousei,
A
Gift
Bag
from
England.
nt in'order
order tthat the p
appointment
place Republican candidates, a J,lumn for
. Mrs. Frank L. Blaisdell has sold sixty relatives and friends Miss Mar-! Misses Gertrude Mullin, Mary Kelrft
Mrs.
P the Democratic candidate's, a blank twenty
ian Doughty, daughter of William ' Catherine Wilson, Margaret Mouser,
of Elm place to Adolph C. Kind, who Doughty of Fair Haven, was married ! E[] a Kelly, Mary Kaney, Mae Crawagainst the
to s0 (iicr
the war
t ^ of
l %
MnT^ column for names to be written in, IWorthley street in celebration of her occupies
the house. The price was
afternoon at the bride's f or( j Florence Layton, Anna Andcrand then further off toward thc right birthday Thursdny night.
General $5,000, The house has six rooms and Saturdiiy
1home to Ed^ar
t h e s o l d i e r a a n d aide of the ballot will come the canN. ™..m...McClees, son of
' " ™A M
r s o n > ' N o r a B r u I l e _ a n l l C a r l winters,
sociability and games were enjoyed,
taxes during his administration j and
didates nominated by other parties with refreshments of sandwiches, a bathroom and is provided with mod- Alexander L. McClees of Holmdel. Lawrence Conley, Dorset Powers,
and by the Good Government organi- chicken salad, cake, ice cream and em improvements. Thc lot has aThe ceremony was performed by Rev. John Kelly, George Mouser, Jr., Josecond, the fact that he has made no The Councilmanic Contest.
effort to sUimp oijt gambling and il- There is quite a mix-up in the zation and the names of the inde- coffee. Among the gifts received by frontage of 42 feet on Elm place and Herbert J. Belting of Red Bank. seph Mullin, Richard Sweeney, Edlegal
William'H.
l e g a l lliquor
i q u o r sselling
e l l i n g iinn ttho
h o ttown,
w bboth
t hcontcsffor
t
f councilman.
f
il
W i l l i ' R. pendent candidates. The Good Gov- Mrs. Bond was a bag from her niece is-206 feet deep. Mr. Kind is em- The bride was dressed in white satin ward Kaney, Martin McGuire and
ployed as a draughtsman for theand carried a shower boquet of white Walter Flynn.
of which offenses have been rampant White is at present a councilman and ernment candidates for,town offices, in England.
,
•-•
•. .
Pennsylvania railroad company.
roses. She was given away by her
in Red Bank of late.
, he is running,for re-election. He is and the name of. Raipir B. Sickels
father.
Miss
Helen
Doughty,
the
for
collector,
will
thus
bo
found
over
The taxes iti Red Blink hove be-"a Democrat and he got a very big
VALUABLE COLLIE INJURED.
A New Furrier.
bride's sister, was bridesmaid. She
come extremely burdensome, Under majority tho last time he ran. He on the right hand side of the ballot.
A Boy Mining.
M. Levin of New York, brother of
wore a black dress of silk net andA Dog Tragedy Last Week on Romthe last Democratic mayor tho tax has three brothers, and these four A sample ballot will be mailed next
Severio Margerino, aged fifteen j
anesain Farm at Holmdel.
rate was $2.18 on $100. The taxes White boys are regarded us a bigTuesday to every voter whose name Herman Levin of Shrewsbury ave- years, son of William Margerino of
Blue Bell, a prize winning collia
liave increased
every
This year is on the registry list, and this list nue, has opened a fur shop at 20 Rumson, left home Saturday, October pink roses. Benjamin L. Atwater of
•'„ year
. . — during
ng power
power in
in local
locai politics.
po.iw
West
Front
street,
where
he
makes
a
can be examined for the location of
Red
Bank
was
groomsman.
The
dog
owned
by Mrs. McCurdy of Net?
put
him
on
Arthur A. Patterson's administration the Republicans have
of making new and renovat- 9th,'stating that he was going to Eat- wedding march was played by Mrs.Brunswick and kept on Theron Mcmid this year tliey are ?4.13 on $100. their ticket.
The Republicans are the name of every person for whom specialty
ontown f.to collect money for work E. H. Pintard of Red Bank. The
ing
old
fur
garments.
Mr.
Levin
is
a
the
voter
wishes
to
vote.
The
exCtimp'beirs
Ramuiiessin
farm a t
lhiB is the highest tax rate the town claiming that putting William H. R.
expert, having been in the busi- which he had done thcro on a private house was decorated with autumn Holmdel, was badly injured by s n
has ever known. The assessments Whito on their ticket and thus giv- amination of. this sample ballot will fur
estate during the summer. Nothing leaves and various colored flowers.
ness,
of
making
and
marketing
fur
make
it
much
easier
and
much
automobile last Thursday. The dog
on property have also been greatly ing him his election without a conhas since been seen or heard of the
After the1 ceremony a reception
increuscd, so that Red Bankers are test will tnke Mr. White and his three quicker to mark the ballot on elec- garments a number of years.
lad. When he left home he wore a and supper weroheld and thc couple was a gift to Mrs. McCurdy from
cauglit both ways: one way witli^iaJ brothers out of the political fight en- tion day wJien the voter goes into
black coat- and light trousers, He left on a wedding trip to the Adiron- Mrs. McCampbell. Blue Bell was
bigger assessment on their property, tirely and will if anything make all the election booth to prepare his
Gift Shop and Tea Room.
paralyzed by the accident and she ia
was
bareheaded.
or
her
ballot.
dack mountains.
Oh their return now a t New Brunswick undergoing
and the other way with n much higher -of them incline favorably to the ReMrs. L. Bartlielemy of Riverside
they
will
live
for
the
present
with
the
tax rate on this increased assessment, publican candidates. The Democruts
electtical treatment for a blood clot
avenue will open a gift shop and tea
Ghost Story Patty at Lincroft.
bride's parents. The bride received on her spine.
In regard to gambling and liquor hoot at this idea. They say the
Mr. • McCampbell • ia
room at her residence next Saturday.
A CAFETERIA LUNCHEON.
A surprise ghost story party in
selling the enforcement of the law is' White bojls nre Democrats, bred in
She will feature.home made eonfec- celebration of the twentieth birthday many wedding gifts, including a trying to learn the name of the autonumber
of
checks.
She
has
been
put directly up to the mayor and he the bone, and that all of them will Needlework Guild Cleared $35 bytionery and handiwork.
ist in order to find out how the acciThe place of John Kelly of Lincroft waa given
lilts done nothing to stop these of- fight for the Democratic ticket just
has been named the "Madeline" gift last week. Games and dancing were employed as a stenographer at thedent occurred.
Affair in Middletown Township.
Broad Street national bank. Mr. Mcfonaes.
The borough law says "it as strongly as they have always done.
shop
in
honor
of
her
daughter,
Miss
enjoyed and music was given on a Clees is a note teller at the Red Bank
By a cafeteria luncheon at Mrs. Madeline Barthclemy.
Card Party at Nave«inkvictrola and violin.
Refreshments Trust company. ,He served iii France
The NaVesink fire company auxilwere served at midnight, after which
with
the
112th
heavy
field-artillery.
^
a card pp a r t y n S t
Will Vinit Europe.
ghost stories were told for an hour.
day night at the Navesink library.
«*•>
short musical program was given, mJ. Shapiro, who has conducted a
K his
h s seat, must take an oath ticket
ticket.
Economy Sales.
ill faithfully
h
that he will
discharge the i Mrs. Mary Wooster Sutton is theeluding solos by Mrs. Patterson and ewelry store on West Front street
Miss Elsie Jane Ferry, daughter of
duties of his oflice, There has been other Democratic candidate fpr coun- Mrs. Schenck, with piano accompani- icveral years, will soon leave for a* We.have taken advantage of lowment
by
Mrs.
Arthur
B.
White..
Misa
est
prices
in
the primary markets and
trip of several months to Europe.
niorc drunkenness in Red Bank of cilman, or councilwoman, of Red
i
t
Jate than was ever before known. Bank. She was for many years a Humphreys, the Red Cross nurse, Mr. Shapiro's store will be, closed accordingly
tii
ffor one week, a series of
Gambling has been greater than ever, school teacher in Red Bank and it is made a plea for hqlp for some of the during his absence but he will reopen continuing
right price, our easy terms. Lots in
cases
under
her
observation.
The
it on his return.
They present excepbefore m the history of the town and doubtful if there has ever been a
there are-many stories of big losses school teacher here who held so great ;uild will make its annual collection
Foresters Have a Smoker.
in all kinds of gambling. Up in court • an influence over her pupils. She is of garments Fridav, November 10th,
n couple of weeks ago testimony was now a lawyer, She was a very prom- nt Trinity parish house.
About 100 persons attended a
given of many places where liquor is ] Inent figure in the recent school
srnoker with speechmaking and reGeorge O. Hondricltson,
sold. Young people are being drawn fight when the Republican ring of
freshments, given by the Foresters
Write us your
into these nets of vice, and the'Red Bank tried to make the public Democratic candidate for assessor, is of America lodge of Red Bank Thurs- $24.50. A prominent manufacturer's
, was s e ^ r a t the ! with_rivor :
and let via
mayor, who lina sworn to uphold nnd school system a hart of the Republl- a member of the real estate and in- day night. Monday night the lodge
home of" the bride's parents at Ocean-,
The Land
enforco the laws of the state, has'can machine of the town. Mrs. Sut- surance firm of Hcndrickson & Stout. will initiate new members and elect anil wraps,
left on a , Wow you
p , developed
p In wool cheviot,, p o r t i a f t e r which the couple
Fronfe
p
Company
tlone nothing. Judge Kalisch charged ton Bnowed herself not only sincere At present he is confined to the house officers.
velour, irenella, suedine and duvethe present grand jury that local of- nnd earnest in her determination to by sickness. It was his intention to
tine, many with fur collars and silk
Itcials who refused or wilfully neg-'koep the public schools of the town meet na many of his friends as posEvery Youns Man
lined, no two alike, values to $50, at Park.
Hnltl
loeted to enforce the .laws shouhKout of politics, but she also showed sible previous to election, but on ac- should bring his clothes to us for$22.50 to $37.50. Women's handFergmon—Waltli.
We guarantee our clothes pressing,
themselves be indicted for misde- great ability ia marshaling the people count of his illness he will be unable pressing, denning, dyeing and repair- some all wool suits, leading fabrics
to
make
a
system
atic
canvass.
He
cleaning
and
repairing
service second
mennora.-nnd after this charge the BO that their fight to preserve the
Miss Emily B. Ferguson and John
ing, We produce in every garment and shades, some with fur collars and
punch boards were token out of Red .purity of the schools from politics trusts that his many friends will do tho natural body shape. Our press- pockets, silk lined, values to $65, at H. Walsh, both of Red Bnnk, were to none. Teat the guarantee. EveryBlink stores and business places.'could bo made effective.
She is a what they can towardo supporting ing method is a sanitary one. That $35, $39.50 and $45. Women's all married Monday afternoon at St. one" will tell you that our wny of
Clergymen and church, people, as womnn of high courage nnd she will him at the coming election.—Adver- man is generally prosperous who al-wool plaid plaited skirts, made to sell .James's church by Rev. John C. Far- pressing clothes is unequalled. I t s
well as other citizens who want pro- right- to the last for everything which tisement.
ways looks spic and span. Our busi- at $15, special at $10.75. Handsome ]rell. A large gathering witnessed the Banitary, it's quick, it's best. It a
tection particularly for boys nnd she believes to he right. She Is n Paid for hy (JeorKfO. Ilftidrlckson Com.) ness is to keep you looking just that georgette blouses, values to $15, at marriage ceremony.
Miss Tessie simple but most resultful. Send us
young men from illegal liquor selling lawyer for a client who is trying to
way. Our way of cleaning, pressing $4.US, $7.'J5, $10.95. $2,150 all wool Scanlon and ltaymond Walsh df one suit and be convinced. French
Farmers, Attention.
and other offenses, have tried in vain get possession of a house which he
nnd repairing your clotheo will more serge at $1.89 per yard. Rich, lus- Colt's Neck attended the couple. Cleaners & Dyers, Moe Gordon, proiBig public snlo, 100 head of cows, than please you. Broad Street Clean- trous chiffon taffeta silk, heretofore The bride and her attendants "., -'re prietor, G Broad street, phone 1161.
to pet the oflicmla to tnke action recently bought nnd hecnuse of her
against these offenders. This fnilure activities in this case she wns arrest- bulls, heifers nnd hogs, at Jacob Zlot- era & Dyers; next to Red Bank Trust $3, nt $1.98 per yard.
Women's dressed in blue traveling suits and —Advertisement.
to take action against these offend- ed lust week and held under her own kin's Bales stables a t Freehold on Co.—Advertisement.
$1.50 silk hose nt $1 per pair. wore hats to match.
The coiiple
era, as well as thc greatly increased recognizance to keep the pence. ' Her Wednesday, October 27th, a t 12:80
Georgo O. Hendricluon,
Women's pure, silk host", formerly went to New York on their wedding
.taxes, have crvatvd a'strong senti- arrest ia generally regarded as » sharp. Sixty head of selected New
$3.50,
at
$2.(>0
"per
pair.
Women's
trip
ami
on
their
return
they
will live Democratic candidate for assessor,_ia
For Saturday.
imcnt agulnst the re-election of scheme- intended to injuro her York state milch cowa, ten extra Jera
member
of the real estate anil inCocoanut b.on-bons, freshly mndo, popular vvool sport hose, value $4.50 on West Front street. Mr. Walsh is surance firm of Hcndrickson & Stout.
Mayor Patterson.
The Republicans chancea of election to the board ,of seys and Guernseys and thirty head
<>*- 4 1 'TK t-r\
t Q T./l per
TWII- n
n i * ' , Women's
1ir/\»\i/iM'r employed ns a chauffeur for Antlerat'$1.76
to ?3."5fl
pair^
with
centers
o
E
soft,
deliciounly
of local cowa; ten heifers anil bulls
claim tnnt ^liis sentiment will bo councilmen of the town,
—Advertisement.
flavored cocoanut, dipped in fondant. celebrated Merode vest and pants, son liros. of Red Bank.
overcome on election day easily
Thc other Republican candidate and 25 hogs.—Advertisement,
(Pniil (or by Gourde O. Hcinlrickoon CoB.J
Vanilla, cFiocolntc, lemon, orange and $1.50 kind,- at $1 per garment.
enough, and they say that Mr. Patter- for councilman is Harry Clayton, a
Dftnglor—Davidson.
Women':]
popular
union
suits
ut
$2.50
strawberry
flavors,
09
cents
a
pound
"When You'ro Away,"
,Bon will be elected "with bells on." clerk in the Ited Bnnk Trust comBonfirea Prohibited.
Miss Allda Dangler and Howard
per garment.
A prominent mill
llairy Morfunl, the Good Govern- puny. He ia « young man and he has
Residents of 11 road street, from box; also Mirror chocolates, 59 cents sample line of superior blankets, L. Davidson, both of Eatontown, from Victor Herbert's opera "Tha
ment canihdnto lor mayor, nB well ns made many friends nnd ncquaint- Monmouth street to thc southern lim- a pound box, and peanut brittle, full made
Only
Girl,"
cung by Mnbol Garrisba,
sell to $110, economy sale ivere married Sunday afternoon nt 1B II record worthy
tnu two (.ood Government cumliuatea nnecs during his work in the bank, its of Red Bank, are hereby notified of peiinut3, l!5 cents a pound box, at prices, to
of your consuletathe First Methodist parsonage nt lied
$
f
)
to
$20
per
pair.
A.
Snlz
Lnug's
candy
shop.—Advertisement,
for councilmen, have issued n definite This is his first C83ny In the political not to build flies of any land on the
Bank by Ilov. Herbert J. Belting. tion. Hear it tonight nt Tusting'a, I S
& Co., Kcd Bank.—Advertisement.
1
platform of their purposou if elected, iirenn.
Monmouth
street.—Advertiacmont,
new road, as it is injurious to the
Mr. and Mrs. Ira I '. Rogers were tho
Werronirath
road, under <i penalty of $10 fine.
attendants. They went to WashingHelp Wanted.
Pinno Tuning.
Their platform calls for lowcr'tuxes;
The Good Government candidates By order of A. A. Patterson, mayor. sings this month, "Gypsy Love Song,"
ton, I). C , and Ciirop Humphreys
Mule
and
female,
operators,
experifrom
the
"Fortune
Teller,"
w
beautiPine piano and plnycr piano repairs
no overrunning of the budget mi is for councilman are Francis V. Many Attest; John h. Ilubbard, Clerk.—
on their wedding trip.
The couple
ful neleetiiHi Ktinjr-in a very pleading enced, Mingle needle machines; steady will live a t Eatontown. Tho groom (all work (runrnnteed). A. 1). Dte*
the case this year when tho present and Arthur B. White. Mr. Many is a Advertisement.
manner by this popular Victor artist. work, good pay; also finishers wanted. is a gardener.
administration k spending SUS.OOO lawyer and is a member of a law firm
han'a piano iihop, Drummond place,
TuHting'ft, 10 Monmouth street.—Ad- Improving plant, employing fifty peomon- than is provided even by the in Jersey City. He is treasurer add
phone HUli-M, Red Bank.—Advof"Tell Me, Little Gyp«y,"
ple. Progressive Tailoring, 8-10 Mehigh tux rate; no Tintorn wator deal; an elder in tho Uod Hank Reformed and "The Girls of My IH'EMUUH," two vertisement.
George O. HendricUaoiB,
chanic iitreet, Ued Hank.—Advertise- Democratic candidate for luuicsnor, is tiscment. _ _ _ _ _ j _ , g^.
no HiTivt nifi'linpa; no streets glf en , I'lunoh. Ho him been very active in song hits from the Ziegfeld Fallica,
Gnorgo O. Hcndricliaon,
ment.
Salesladies Wanted.
away to private individuals; and a all church affairs and he hns become sung by John Steel. Come in tonight
u member of the ITIII estate and in— ——^»fe^
vs wanted at oncoj
dollar itt value for every dollar of acquainted with most of the people and hear this record. Tunting'a, 10 Democratic cmnlidiitn for aaneimot, in
imrunce firmll of
IliMiilricknon
&
£itout.
u
i
j
i
t
i
n
n
icntiou
oi
o
i
u
u
i
.
u«...,
,
- . „
a
member
of
the
real
ealnto
and
inGeorge O. HnmlricUaon,
luxe* spent.
'
llc
w
ellU,:
I| „,
in lthe
western
part of the town Monmouth ntreet.—Advertisement.
he i« cuuliued to the. house with or without experience. Apply
tuinmet- (Um of lU'ndriekiion a, Stout. Democratic candidate for uus;t>p>Hov, i't A t. prc
by Bid
(imiruo Wilson, the Democratic through bin church' activities. Arthur
It wan hi» intention to : Straus Co., Broad street, Hod Bnnk,
--Advertisement.
a member of thc real Pillule and in1'iuiiluliitc for mayor, IUIH declared II. White haa n high nnd very refrivate Gnraga
(I'alil !m- by (ivuriic O. Hi'ixlrlclinoii Coin.) mirnncR firm of llcmlrickaou & Stout. inei't as many of bi[i friorubi oa NOH- —AdvurtiHcmvnt. ^^
agiiiiiHt moving inrturcs cm Sunday, »ponH»ile position with the Standard for rent, lire proof, imfu and cei
ni!)le prov'UMiH to election, but.on ucEat Your Lunch Hard.
•—Advtsrtiitement.
and he him nlno dcclnred tlmt if he 'oil company in their New York oflice. trally located, rear of 11!!) Hroad
Hylin's Iti-al Eltllto Onico,
(l'nlil r«r by Citnue (I. IIIMKII-Ickimii Cum,) rounl of Ilia illnes.'i he will ho unable
OnriUm
rimianmnt,
MonmouJh
is i-leetud nmyor ho will drive mini-!...,
„
,.,
,
.
ID make u Hyiitrinntie cnnviuiii. He Btr««t, near city hall. Joueph Mori*
street;
drive
in
through
Harding
road
the
place
to
lint
your
farm
for
mile.
hlinir hull illegal liquor selling out of ' r " ° C B 1 1 < I " 1 I »I«'» »°r Asseoior.
tnuilfl Hint his miiny friendti will ilo cntorcc, proprietor.-Advartlsontient,
At Honiitiflsey Mnrkot,
or (Jnnul ntrool. Cull or phono 4B-R CuHtoinoni wnilitif: f o r jjood fnrimi.
, town. Ili> liclicvefi Hint with proper I Kueli party has uliio nominuteil a Ued Hunk.—Advertisement.
Phone 'Mil, Hod Iliinlc.--Advortlnc- IB Weal Front street, blue liiili .lt)c II)., whut they ean towuriln aiijiportiiifr
nppointecn 'made by a mayor, tlio • camliibito for anneimor. Tim Ilenulili.
~«^ •.«»
~
weak Hub, !)e II)., lobster -llli: Ib. for him ul. the coiniiiK election.—Adverment.
At llonnonoy Marlssl,
town could be run much more ecu- ''an candidate for iinnensor is George
Thm'Btlny only.--AilvovliwiiienL
' At Your Service in Red Bmik.
notnirally limn nt iirescnt und that W- " r " y ' Mr. Urny in a grocer and
H'nlil fur hv (Jfnrni' '), Ilemllkluijll Cum.) 12 West Front ntreet, bluo fioh 40c Hi.,
Piano DnrgnluB.
-*»• •-&(J. .Swick, A'Z Whito ntreot, now ropweak
(iiih,
Uc Hi., lobster 40e Hi. foe
1
lt!
|aa
tht pr!o|)lr would |(et a great deal ' ^ l
made mieh n upcfialty of l,utSee our advertiiieinent, on nuother
At Hmmnflsiay Markflt,
reueiitiiiif Keystone laundry of l.onic
Tliiiruihiy only.—Advertisement.
Notice.
mmc Hum (hey now receive for the t*'r 'l">t many folks think of him as
|IIIK»
of
llii»
iiatue.
Tu/itinn'n,
10
11!
West
l''ront
iitreel,
bluo
finli
-IOf
Hi.,
ltiattcli and Anbury I'urk. 1'i'onipt
taxes they pay.
(!eor(;i> Duster Bray, l i e in the preflwenk fliili", Or II)., lol.ilter '111.' II). for Now in (he lime to hiy in your winHi'rvice. Wo mil for nnd deliver. - Mmiinuuth :U HM'l. -—Adverti.ieinent.
Chryganthamums
ti'i- |K>(alo<*M;f (!reen MouiitaiiuiM (.all,
TIi Cell 1 - 1 "
«»£ nftnewior, ho having Item npimiiit- Advertisement, ^
Thuriidny only. -AdvertIsemeid..
look them over and got my pricen be- ready now at Tilton'n K
Long Branrli I-'isliinK Piar.
'
"'
''"
ed hint iiuninier, -when I.cuter K. Mcfore buying. H. W. Cook, produce, Huanaliuric, N. J.—Advertldemant,
Tonight
T«)0nt
Whithiff unit IJiiK/iro iiiting good.
Next to the i;()iitvnt for mayor tho fhieen wun Unmednit deputy county
night at Tuntlng'H, 10 Mort- Unit imO taeklu for cole.• - Advei tiiio- in Victor night a t Timting' i, 10 MHII- Whiu-r iivi'iii"!, Ited Bunk. I'lione
jnosl. inttircitiiiK contest in lied. Ilinili, elerk.
Mr. Ilrny In imtkiiiK the na-hi Victor
c
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BANK REGISTER, OCTOBER 2 0 , J S 2 0 .
0 a "Yea V#as»t to 'Ettg«g« ia
• THE HAUL OF...
".MEN OF THIS LOCALITY WHO
HAVE WON DISTINCTION.
Tea Resident* and Former Re»idents
of This Part of the County Aro
Rfentioned in the Lalett Edition of
"Wiio'e Who in America."
Ten residents and former residents
f
lied Bank ami vicinity art; listen
o
in the latest edition of "Vtlios Who
ja America," a book which is published annually and which is supposed
id contain the names of all Americana
tvho have especially distinguished
themselves by unusual ability. No
other section of Monmouth county
Jias so many li.trnes in the hook. In
all 23,000 names are in the book.
The first Red Bank name which occura in thi- hall of fame is that of the
Jatc John S. AppleRate, Si\, father of
Lawyer John H. Applegate, the borcugh counsel. The elder Applegato
once represented Monmouth county
in the state senate ami ho was generally regarded as one of the ablest
lawyers in the state. The book refers to a former edition in which an
outline of Mr. Apple^atc's life is
itiven.
The nest Red Hank name in the
book is Philip Koliert Dillon^ a native
of Georgia, and a comparatively new
resident of this town. He moved
Jiere from Keansburg a few months
ng-o. Mr. Dillon has been engaged
most of his life iii newspaper work as
a reporter ami editor. He. is also the
author of several books.
More space than is given to .most
celebritiof is accorded in the book to
Cliarles Christian Georgeson, a former resident of Little Silver, who in
in charge of agricultural work in
Alaska for the government. Mr.
Georg-eson, who is a brother-in-law of
John T. Lovi'tt of Little Silver, has
done such wonderful work in Alaska
in making waste lands fertile and productive that he has earned the title
of "Alaska's Miracle Man." He is a
native of Norway and lie nogau life
in the United States as a farm-hand
(it Little Silver. Probably no celebrity whose name is in (lie book leaped
to fame from a riiore humble beginning.
J. Amoi'y Haski'll, who has a country home in Midtlletown township,
near Keel Bank, gets a place in the
Hall of Fame. He i.s identified with
• several very large manufacturing concerns, including the Dul'ont powder
works and the General Motors company. Mr. Haskell is one of the richest men who own property in Monmouth county.
Judge A brain I. Elkus of New
York, who spends a large part of his
time at his country estate on Tower
Bill avenue lit Red'Bank, is in "Who's
Who in America." Mr. Elkus was
until recently United States ambassador to Turkey and his name often
gets into the daily papers in connection with national and New York
state politics.
Robert Harris McCarter and his'
brother, Thomas Nesbitt McCarter,
who have large country estates on the
Ridg;e road in Rumaon and Fair Haven boroughs, just outside of the Red
Sank borough limits, are given a
place as celebrities. Both men are
bankers and are owners of .various
public service enterprises. Robert
McCarter was formerly attorney general for New Jersey and for many
years he and his brother have been
big men in Republican party councils.
A former Kpd Bank resident who
lias become famous enough to get into the Hall of Fame is Dr. Walter
VanFlcet, a horticulturist who now
lives in Maryland. Dr. VanFleet has
carried out some marvelous experiments with vegetables, fruit and
flowers. By many persons who should
lie competent to judge, Dr. VanFleet
is regarded as the superior of Luther
Burbank.
General Robert C. VanVleit of
Shrewsbury has his record of military
service in tile book, as have all army
officers above the rank of colonel;
General VanVleit, who is now retired from the army, saw service in
several Indian wars and on the Mexican border. Ho led the last Memorial
day parade at Red Bank.
The names in the book are arranged alphabetically and among the
last is that of Lawyer Edmund Wilson of Red Bank, formerly attorney
general of New Jersey. Of all the
residents and former residents of this
Section who have a niche in the Hall
of Fame, Mr. Wilson is probably the
test known to the folks of this locality.
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HER 84TH BIRTHDAY.
Party Monday at Rumton for Mm.
Margaret Reeves.
The 84th birthday of Mrs. Margaret Reeves was celebrated Monday
lifternoon and evening at the home
of her niece, Mrs. Ira II. Emery of
Bumson. A large birthday cake made
by Mrs. Thomas Noonan was one of
many gifts received by Mrs. Recces.
A quilt pieced hy Mrs. Reeves was
disposed of by a guessing contest as
to the number of beans in a jar. Music and general sociability were enjoyed. Those present were Mrs. John
E. Layton, Mrs. A. M. Wolcott, Mr.
and Mrs. Edward Frost, Mrs. George
E. West, Mrs. K. H. Slocum, Mr. and
JWi-2. Ennis Vault runt, Mr. and Mrs.
John Storer, Mis. S. H. Elmer, Mrs.
Walter Storer and son, Mrs. Agnes
'Tillotson, Mrs. George Despreaux, Mr.
and Mrs. Harry VanBrunt and
daughter, Mrs. Mack, Mrs. Hattic
Thompson, Misses Alice and Margar
Emery, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Noonan
and sons, Mrs. Annie I.afetra, Victor
Emery, Mr, and Mrs. Blaine, Louis
Vanlinint, Mrs. John H. Smith and
lier son Roiieit, Mrs. Jennie Fern
Mr. and Mr;;. Anthonv Fiasconaro and
lier daughter Jane, Mrs. Charles Allen, Mr. and Mrs. I'eter Perrine, Mr.
and Mrs. IleWitt 'iVilliams, Mr. and
Mrs. Cottrell, Miss Nina Cottrell,
ThomiiR Emery, Miss Marie Emery,
Mr. and Mrs. Madison Emery and Mr.
and Mrs. Thomas A. Pii)uette.
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Thirteen Year. Old.
Vincent Layton, son of Walter
Layton of Oakland street, celebrated
Ilia thirteenth birthday last Wednes1
day with a party. The usual festivities were enjoyed. Thoue present
•' were Anna Layton, Kate liucklin,
Helen Tuthill, Lois Hesse, Dorothy
Morris, Torrent'e Young, Wallace.
Wilnon, Clarence and Franklin Gray,
Edward vonKaltengell nnd Charier)
Onkci'don.
The Ilaby'a Dinner.
HoBteuB-—Oh, I hope your dog
won't K<> into the kitchen ; the Ibih for
l>aby'a dinner is on the- table.
Callnr— I hope not, indeed. H
ifm't ollowcil to have (lull.
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They Could Be Happy.
"Cun a young couple be happy on
f 10 ii week?"
"Hitrely ihey could," amuvorod the
iftoptlc engcrly. "Thoy couldn't livo
together on it."
It paja to advortUus in The Register.
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Our *Bigfelo, *JLongfelo
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all the names imply; . Unusual sizes for mei^ of unusual build.
Legs
The home of the ©@uSei Storkg© Hattsry„
the only battery manufactured with the
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The best of everything
men and boys wear. Ready
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sack
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' ' THE EXTREMELY LOW PRICES PLACED ON THESE DESIRABLE AND SEASONABLE
FURNISHINGS HAVE STIMULATED SALES TO SUCH A PRONOUNCED DEGREE THAT OUR
BEST ADVICE IS TO MAKE THE BEST OF THIS OPPORTUNITY BY MAKING SELECTIONS
PROMPTLY TO AVOID DISAPPOINTMENT—AS THIS PARTICULAR LOT OF MERCHANDISE
IS BEING SOLD UP IN RECORD TIME.
Pure Cane
Granulated
Choice 1
Creamery *
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10-PIECE MAHOGANY DINING SUITES $295.00
Made of selected Cuban mahogany veneer in
the new satin finish. This Adam design is very popNote the full vanity. Made of selected walnut, ular when faithfully reproduced as in this case.
French plate mirrors, finely constructed and beauti- Chairs covered in genuine leather. Regular price
$398.00.
fully finished. Regular price $350.00.
4-PIECE WALNUT BEDROOM SUITES. .$268.00
Campbell's Soup's, can
3 cans for 35c
a
jfunes,
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4-PIECE FOUR-POSTER BEDROOM SUITE,
$300.00
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Large, Sound Meaty Fruit, *•
This handsome Suite is made of choice mahogany veneer. The pieces are all large and
cleverly designed. Regular price $450.00.
Best Seeded Raisins, large *J
Macaroni and Spaghetti, pkg
Choice Broken. Grain Rice, lb
Fancy Full Head Rice, lb
Choice Pea Beans, - 3 lbs I
Choice Lima Beans, - 2 lbs I
Best Breakfast Cocoa, V% lb - 22c
Evaporated Milk, all brands, can 14c
Fresh Sweet feutterine, lb - 29c
in Olive Oil, can - 12K<
ink Salmon, ]A can - \2l/v
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quarl
O pint
O '5C !igal |
gal
cans "•»«****
cans
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3-PIECE LIVING ROOM SUITES
$92.00
A fine appearing and very roomy, comfortable Suite. Frames are richly finished in mahogany. The deep spring seats and backs are covered
with a guaranteedquality imitation leather. Regular price $169.50.
55-POUND COTTON FELT MATTRESSES,
SPECIAL
$15-00
Very rarely do you have a chance like this.
Made in" full size, t\yo parts,-strong woven ticking.
The all cotton filling is' warranted new material.
Regular price $22.50.
$675.00
$550.00
$120.00
$425.00
$250.00
$225.00
RUGS!
RUGS!
ONE OF A KIND BARGAINS.
We have the atock and can offer a most satis10-piece Dining Suite
$490.00 factory assortment to choose from in sizes from
10-piece Dining Suite
$385.00 18 in. x 36 in. to 11.3x15 feet. All grades, from the
10-piece Dining Suite . . .
$300.00 most dependable mills; from the cheapest Tapestry
.'{-piece Tapestry Suite
$300.00 to the beautiful Royal Wilton.
3-piecc Tapestry Suite
$185.00 EVERY RUG AT A GUARANTEED BARGAIN
PRICE.
3-piecc Tapestry Suite
-.$150.00
$145.00 !)xl2 Royal Wiltons a t . . . <
$98.50 i)xl2 Wiltons and Axminsters at
$Hi).50 9x12 Velvets and Axminsters
$(59.50 9x12 Velvets and Axminsters
$98:50
$72.50
$62.50
$50.00
$52.50 9x12 Vclveta, Tapestry and Axminstera
$3S.gO
$47.50 9x12 Tapestry Brussels
$32.50,
$89.50 9x12 Tapestry UnisselH
. .$27.50
RED BANK REGISTER, OCTOBER 20, JS20.
Page Thirteen
FARM OWNERST
STOVES FOR SALE.
WAITRESS WANTED
FARM OWNEHSI
FARM OWNERS!
Mctqucrada Dsnce Last Jiigst.
T.'tst your farm with Georce \V. Zucker nt Garden restaurant. 41 Monmouth street,
Two parlor Btoves for sale cheap to (|uleU
LUt your farifl -with Geome W. Xueker
List your farm ,wfth George W. Zucker
The Woodmen's Circle held a mas- (country
property specialist), Marlboro. N. J . buyer. William H. Alias. Rum&on pyutofllce. (country property specialist), Marlboro, N. J. for meal bourn only, 11:30 to 2:00 and 6:30 (country property specialist), Marlboro, N. J.
to
H:00.
No
«uiulay
work.
querade dance last night in its rooms
CIDEK FOR SALE.
TOILETS FOR SALE.
OUTSIDE TOILET WANTED.
FOR RENT.
in the .Pavldson building. Alout forTwo outside toilets for uale. Apply at 282 Cider for Bale 815 Per biii-rel: ilso hadHOUSE FOR SALE.
Must, be In good condition. John II.
His rooms, Ban, bitth and heat, for rent
.,
Near Ked Bank, six rooms, bath, hot water furnished until April 1st, t/t desirable tenty persons were in costume. Miss Cook, Jr., Newman Sprimja roed, Hod Hank. Locust avenue. Red Bank, Phone-614-W. picked Haldwin apples. Genr^i Leavy,
Hediieeroft
fnrm,
Bhrewlibury,
N.
J.
Ptioln:
beat,
electric
lights
and
tubs:
lot
60x200;
ants;
815
per
month.
Henry I*. Hylin, room
Lyaia Applegate won first pvizo for
12
•SALESLADIES WANTED,
3C.2BO. Francis White -fiKeney, Mon- '•I, Register building. J^one_7-I3_lled Dank.
^FURNISHED ROOMS TO RENT.
'> j!kU £ i J'il'Lj
. price
the best woman's costume and Or- Salesladies wanted a t once; either with or
mouth street at Broad street, Red Bank.
Two furnished rooms to rent; all ImREAL
ESTATE.
experience. Apply Straus Co., Broad Bru-veinctitB. 47 Mechanic Btreet, lied Bank.
TWO SMALL FARMS FOR SALE.
inond Mintort K«t the first prize for without
^ Two six-room Rouses, all improvements,
ASK A. C. BAKER, LITTLf. SILVER.
Nine ai-ifii and thirty acres. Good homes
the men;' The consolation prize was street. Red Hunk.
r Droad Blroet, ten minuteo from stnMagnificent home of eight rooms and twu with modern conveniences.
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Price
~FARM OWNERSI
RATS. RATS.
i;
$6,000.
A.
L.
Ivlnu,
uKtucy,
Kuijirtter
baths;
four
acres;
quick
possession.
Small
awarded to Mrs. Frank LoValley.
ble. 'lerm given. F. It. Conklin
Liat your farm with Georuo W. Zucker
Duiluinus cleared of rcta, mice and nil (country
modern home, improvements, neao htiition,. 0 Ooklaud reet, toil llnnk. Phon ny,
property
specialist),
Marlboro,
N.
J
.
Miss Mae Dc'genrini; will join the cir- ermin;
17-M.
send postal, will call. Itobson, box 67,
84,200. Many olhfrr., $3,000 to $30,000.
MONEY LOST.
cle at its next meeting.
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UUIa Silver. M. J.
REAL ESTATE.
PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER.
HOUND DOG FOB SALE.
At 285 Iltver atreat. Rod liunk.
CHOICE SEED RYE FOR SALE.
FARM OWNERSI
Liat yo-jr farm M-lth Ceorge VV. 'Autkes
country property spcciajlst), Marlboro, N.,!,
HORSE FOH SALE.
faeven year oM^black rntt>«; Hound, worka
ngle or double.-..Phone 41-It, Itcil Hunk.
x ^l-A^^itonto^n, N. J,
WAITRESS WANTED
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Garden restaurant, 41 Monmouth street. •
i
• meal hours only, 11:30 to 2:00 and r,:JO
8:00. No Sunday work.
CIDER FOR SALE.
Cidir for snk1 S15 per barrel; also banilckod Huhiwin apples.
Gi'orgo I,eavy,
Six-room house, three bedrooms with hath,
i-iigecroft farm, Shrewsbury, N. J, J'hono
II impriiveini-ntd; lot r.Oxlr.O feet; po.t^i-s2'J-H, Ke<l_ Bntik.
ion in a short time; $r>,750. SI,1)00 cash,
FARM FOR SALE.
balance easy terms.
A. I.. Ivins, o^riicy,
A gentleman's fnrm. over 200 acres, s o .
Itegister building. Red Ilnnk.
•r film Mtiite of cultivation; first-claim vo~
BERKSHIRE HOGS FOR SALE.
ito land, fruit orchards, etc; large house
Two n-Kistereil B'UWH. year and a hnlf old;
ith hnji'i-iivumcnts; also necesusry out•ed by Belle Mi-nde Farm, VirKinia: also
ilillngs, all in first-claim condition. This
'leistered boar. Lakeside Premier Rival. 2d.
ii rare I'haiu:.'. Also money to loan on
hree years old. Uplanils faun, Eatontown,
ml and mortgage. Cnl! on T. B. Stout, 118
I. i. Viiono Ealoiitown 21'>f,-J.
•nm:h avenue. Red Bnnk._
MIDDLETOWN DAIRY FARM.
French Language by a French Teacher.
Special milk for babies from our own se- A native I'urisian, with long, otlici.-nt exlected stock. We also handle the milk from lerionce, Paris uiul New York; day and evimthe Middletown Stock farm: purity and ilg classes, also private lessons, rfsldenco
:!eannes«, service and quality is our motto. • r studio, niliilts nnd cbihlren; iinrlvuleil HerJ
hone 797-I''-23. Thomas McCuire.
itz method; defecTive pronounclation acuired from fin Ainerican teacher corrected,
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FOR SALE.
i cillti vatoil Parisian accent guaranteed,
Oak chiffonier, with large mirror, %Vl;
pply Prof. Tlieo Hlere, 35 Hector place, lied
biti- i-numi'l iron wnshsUild nml toilet net,
ik. Phone B43.
,
.
"ocketbook containing: money lost Friday,
BIG CATTLE SALE.
Public stenographer, room 13, Eisner
SEWING MACHINE FOR SALE.
ohor Kth, at Campbell's Junction <ir on Jacob Zlotkin of Freehold will hold his
Wilcox & Glixbs machine for ./ale; prac- building, Reil Hunk. Typintr, stcnourpuhy
Ik'y car. Tinder please address Box fifi, first full ttnte of cattle nml IIOKH nt his sules
tically new; very reasonable. Address W. G.. anil mimeographing done, neatly end prompt- Ited Bank. tUwa.nL
stablf opposite Freehold Ceiiti-ul ilepot on
box 813, Red Ilunk^
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lyWednesday, October 27th, nt 12:30 sharp.
PARLOR SUITE FOR SALE.
FOR SALE.
FOR SALE.
Five-piece nmhoKany upliolstorcd parlor
"SAY IT WITH FLOWERS."
Fred I). Wyckolf Co., Bed Hank.
KfKht ecres of corn stalks in larae bun- juite for nale reasonable. Can in- seen by ,- Nothing could bo more appropriate and
Two Iron bedsteads, one table, one large
DROILERS FOR SALE.
mirror and'one sideboard. 'Call at flecker dles, cured ( T O I I . T. II. Huslir, Uttle Sil- applyiliK to Mr. Lipack, 2Ei2 .Hhrewi-biiry ave- nothing ao welcome aa flowers; a boyuet or
ver, N. J. 'L. Taylor, superintendent. I'hone nue, Ked Hank, N. J.
Maple fnrni, phone jjSl, lied Bank.
h u s e , Rutniion.JS^J.
.
box of cut flowers from W. W. Kennedy &
Sons', will surely carry bappinesa with them.
RYE FOR SALE.
MOTOR BOAT FOR SALE.
STOVE FOR SALE.
1016 FORD TOURING
William Loirnn. Midilielown. N. J.
Ccilur, copper fasten, 20-foot Palmer, M,
Kitchen stove for aale, two ovens, in the
REAL ESTATE.
Br, SMj-horae power: $250. C. W. Lev- for sole very reasonable; first come, first best of order; very reasonable: no more use
FURNISHED ROOM FOB BENT.
Hirooi
lumailow;.
nerved. Paul B. Morehouse, Maple avenue,
w; ull
ull
pi inom
orentz, Belford, N. J.
Apply MM)akland street, Ited/Bank._
l
near Morunoutii street, Itei Bunk.
I'hone for same, Koim? away. I>. 11. Blair, lisli mar- steuni heat;; ^ j ; ; lot
&Uxir,0 fft .,.l;;
k#,
UighlumlB,
N.
J
.
1120.
i
N
session
November 1st, 1920: Sli.r.OO. A. I..
FOR SALE.
HAY AND CORN FOR SALE.
Ivins, nt:ency. Register building. Ued Bank.
SMALL FARM FOR SALE.
Apply to Hernard Wnrnelfer, Everett, N, J . New Hp'ahlimr mowlnif machine, price $10.
FARM WrTH HILLSITE FOR SALE.
Apply Chnrlea Hettdorf, Runmon, N, J.
Seven and n half acres of liinil, nine-room
Seventy acres, near the Highland*, occsn modern bouse; beautiful summer home.
PlH'iie Rumson 317-J.
KEYS FOUND.
YOUNG COW TOfi SALE.
and river view from hill site; immediate pos- Henry F. Hylin, room 9, RiKiiitei builJIiiK.
Bunch of keys found on .Shrewsbury
Inquire at Kroemer'a aroeery Ktore, Ilol.
FOR SALE.
session, if desired, J. I1'. Andrew, Navceink,
neu lust I''ri(l«y. Owner miiy have sam b y
uuf 143 Kcil Dank.
Fyur-yenr-old Jersey cow and eluht-weeksproving property and imyinir for this lul
old heifer calf. Charles !•'.'Eilert, Nut7. H. RITZAU,
FORD TOURING CAR FOR SALE.
tisemeut ut 1S2 I.eighton avenue, lied Hunk. 7; gns lamp, %l» Call i-vcninKs in- S a t u r HOUSE FOR RENT. -•
wump road, Ited Ilnnk.
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remover of dssd animals, Red Bank.
Excellent condition, four Kood »l,oe«. Wriln
day ofUi noon.
Mrs. It. Y. Evans. MilcI.aren
SACRIFICE.
Six rooms and linth, all improvements, in or call. L. E. O'Ncol, cure A. J. Miller, WeBt
phons 220.
FOR SALE.
tri-,-1. i-nrner Spring street, Hi-il Dank.
COOK STOVE FOR SALE.
a nice locution; $30 pen'!.month. Apply to Front street, over Hubbaril's bridge. lied
2,000 foot of, onice »i beudi'd boards, nlso
House nnd irarago on shore front,
Medium sized ;ook stove for sale. In Kood Wlllard Ilrennan, Center street, Itumson, Ilnnk K. V. D. No.J.
lass .loorfl nnil' winilows, porcelain toik-t nnA ,
CORN FOI^ SALE.
boulevard.
Atluntic
Higlilnniln,
N.
J.
TWO
BUGGIES
FOR
SALE.
!
condition;
nickel
trim;
price
$10.
204
CatllN.
J.
oil,
21
f.-'-t
oflh-*railing; also wire counter
About 30Q buohela. Harm Bros., Fair
S.0C0. John Sutherland, Mil Oc
HiiKBy nml lit tl.. runabout, both with r u b •Hnojitreet, Red J l a n k .
iling, tools anil galvanized pipe and fittings,
Haven, N. J .
~"
MOON CAR FOR SALE.
.d A l i
,
or t i r e s , anil iii Kood condition: been vi-ry
DAMAGED HAY WANTED.
1 s u e s , anil other buililing m a t e r i a l : all In
Seven-puBBenHer car, perfect
condition,
ard, Atluntic Highlands, N. J . I'honi' 2111ttle u s e d ; liny offer coiisiflenil: buy n t y.inr
POCK.ETBOOK FOUND.
Will pay euuli for ono or two tons ol ilam- newly
CESSPOOLS AND TOILETS CLEANED
-t
shape,
(•.in
be seen at If.
Wilson's,
vvly painted and
1. jM.
und new
new top.
top. Cur
Car inn
inn be
iin price. 1/nuiire n t 1 Elm ptace. near lluilOwner may have tnnie by cnllln^r at The
liiiy delivered hero. John Sutherland,
at a reasonable price. George h, Richardson,
I'bitc's
road,
fil)0 feet
from
Hronil
stri-et
any time after 6:00 P. M. I'lionc AtHOUSE FOR RENTA
i,n avc-nue, Hull Hunk, or phone «:|'.I-M.
lick-Inter odlce, provInK property and pnyinir 140 Ilay View
Atlantic Highlands seen
Fair Haven, K. J .
_
lihouil
crossing.
K.
IJillon,
Shrewsbury,
lautic^tiiihhinil^jU;
Six-room
house
for
rent
and
garage;
stuiie
for this udvertlscment.
N. J.
W.
Act nt once.
rting pupils to school
FOR SALE.
APPLES FOR SALE?
SIDEBOARD FOR SALE.
COMPUTING SCALE FOR SALE.
M
I'ntilck Too,,,,.y,
rny, Mi.ldletow
i
,
Corn, 1,000 b u ^ S s ^ ' t o u s hay, alfalfa j Apply' Jo^ Mr»7
Patilck
Painters, masons, builders can secure exHand picket) Unldwln uiinlcii. J. M. West,
PUBLIC SALE
Jason coniputlin; scale, cheap.
M. Val- KuUhonrd, with antique oak finish, for
Keyport, N. J.. K. F. I), box ceptional bm-Kiiili; 30, (10. Kullnn ke^ii k-ft;
Mxly-six aeri' [lolato truck farm on E n g MUulhjtoviii.N. ) . _ _
hog, two years old, nnd eiitht
land's delicatessen, liny avenue, Hltjhlnnds. sale; used only a few limes nnd Is ns Kood Kiniill pins.
H.
mint,
waterproofing
panto,
black
ilnmp:ib(i,wii-Janieslmn;
road,
one
inilo
from
John
Gnhlcr,
jlolmdel,
N.
J
.
COOK WANTED.
Phone Illuhlunda 1240.
us now. Rev. Wllmer MacNair, Holmdcl. Phone 23-M, Holmilol.
proofinK
compound, roof
paint.
Murtiuek
rii^litinvn, K-.iliinlny,
Oetolier 2:!<1, 2:00
.
_
FARM WANTED.
Bnmll Innilly. Aililrcaa V. O. llox tlli, lied
N. J.
M.
A u-ry ilesiruble farm; t'ood land,
FORDS FOR SALE.
Want to IPJISO n farm for two to five years, jO., 40o Lexington avenue. New York city.
Bank. Phone 71J.
REWARD
lve-,o,,ol liuilse, two horns, plenty writer,
GIRL WANTED.
A 11119 Ford runabout and a 19IB Ford
<-nty tn thirty acres, sevi-n to eight room,
Hcelnrt person taking two rolls of use;
ROOM WANTED.
i t ; Uemitiful
locution; irlcnl for
garnteFORD TRUCK FOR SALE.
tourinir car for nnIo,,..S. Picot's iruruKe, MeWhite or colorej, for uent'ral housework; to anyone
state terms and conditions. H. E. Younit eolh-ue
wire in burlap'{rom lsonsi' on While's lammontl,
in |ii-of.-ssi,,iiiil worl
oline s t a t i o n : clioiito. to buy goofl
fnrm
One-ton l-'ord truck. Apply J. Fldcher & chanic street, Ked llnhk.
two in family; Kood home and surroundings; chicken
2J2 Johiihon avenue, Newark, ilesires ri-sidi-ncewoiiian
roud
of
II.
Wilson.
Return
mime
to
E.
Diland board
in
Protestnni
t your own p r i r e ; must be soltl i
a u n t illall imnrovementa. Housework, box 313, Red lon, ShriiWHliury. N. J .
f^on, Mntnwirn, N. J.
'"j__
V J.
rivnte funiily; wants
,ioj- i,,,!,i, well-heat.
ss.
llrown l!r,,,.., Kngliihtown, N, J,
BULB TIME.
Honk.
_
il room t h a t mny lie used ns study nml beilFUR COAT ,FOR SALE.
Plant now; hyacinths, tullpa, nnrclsaus,
HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE.
ROOM TO LET.
FARMER WANTED.
' Size 44; $&0; in fair condition. Box 23G,ilulTodllB, etc. W. W. Kennedy & Sons, 41
FOR SALE.
On Herbert street, seven rooms, water, Linni. Aiblress A. H. C , box 313, Red Hank,
A privnte family, near business ccnlor,
Ilelialile inarrii-il mull to oporute one of
llrond street, Red tlnnk.
Atlantic Iliiclilnnils, N. J .
Two .lei-Bey cows for snie. Can be seen will rent a pleasant room, electric lights, tuts
•s and telephone; SI.OOO ilown ami S2.O0O
FOR SALE.
'
.'
most
nrmluctive
fiirnis
in
Monmouth
It. L. I'urnluinl's, Leonnrd ' nvenue. Fair anil heat, to business Keiitk-niau. Ail.Jie.ss
n reninin on mortgage. Inijuin.- of E. M.
GIRLS WANTED.
TOP SOIL FOR SALE.
unity, loi'aloil near Rod Hank; farm rri mFine youriK hi-ifer from registered stoeli
Haven, N. J., or write I", O. ISox 210, Red II.. box 313. Red Hank.
.
__ Hnley & .Son after five o'clock I'. M. I'iione
Two nrlrlu.oiu' coolc, one wattreun. Apply
Aluvinn rlviimilt, CO cents a load:' lnrKe Bank.
in piofit; 'KOOII two-seute.l cinibitTi
ines 117 ner
,1 very rich Boil, all Li II—
i'll~-S.
__
Proafl, 102 Hi vernide avenue.
contracts '.15 cents.
Harry Diver, Tinton
ffi;
one-liorso farm wn^oii, ^:l; imk oxten
Ic nml well adapted to dairying und uoPOULTRY AND EGCS WANTED.
avenue, Entontown, N. J.
HEMSTITCHING.
POULTRY AND EGCS WANTED.
table," M 0 .
W. H. 1'iirktr, coiner Hum
ato growing; .-in exei-plional opportunity ofWanted, about 76 old fowls every week,
MONMOUTH COl/NTY HUNT CLUB
Pinking, cable stitching; all work done on,
Wunted, about 75 old fowls every week,
rouil and I'rospect avenue. Little Silvei
erc.l tn ulna liaving own stuck anil eijuipor dressed; also Btrii-tly fresh eltKfi ilivu
will buy and remove dead homes, cows and
LOT FOR SALE.
premises nt the Handy .Shop. Now located alive
or
di-Msed;
nlao
will
'
ivc
8S
cents
a
K
t ; -lai-ge bouse, modern
improvement*;
Lot on the north side of Reckless place, at 10 Broad street, over Schroeiler'a drutf tnken in trade. G. Diotz & ."on, iz;i West ilozcii for strictly fre:.b eggs in trade. G.
nules. Phono 120-W, Red Hank;
mule outbuildings.
Address Farm, hot 313,
BOSTON TERR1KR DOG LOST.
Front street, Red Ilnnk. ^_
near Ilroud street. Easy terma. Apply to tore.
Diets & Son, L23 West Wont street, Utd
.1 llnnk, or phone lied Hank ,'117-W.
Late Friday afternoon, hail black collar anil
GIRL WANTED
Samuel Subath, Red Bank,
Bank.
HOUSE BARGAIN.
linin fastened to i l ; dark seal color, , with
for Kenern] homework. Apply Mrs. J. KrlHAVE YOUR WINDOWS WASHED
Hi.-* rooniH anil biith, hot wntor bent, elecvl: it,- rii-el;, l,i,-ast, legs and front fei-t, als,
Enter Your Doll for the Doll Show,
FOR SALE. ,
ilcl, East Front Htruet,_BciMliiiik/_
SILO FILLER FOR SALE.
by expert window cleaner. ' Work tric lights; one block from liioini street, near
while mark on face. Itowurd if i-etiirneil t,
fiity parish house. Saturday. Oilob,-)- 23d,
Buy horse, Kood driver and worker: also regularly
done
by
piece,
hour
or
ilny.
Arthur
Nelson,
Illizzsu'd
No.
13,
with
all
extras
(mil
TOP AND WINDSHIELD WANTED
unnbout and liurncns. llcusimublc. Kheri- 21 Pearl street,'Red Bank. .Can give refer- tlu- river; S&.GOI), terms. W. A. Clayton, hreilder knives ; mounted on true!:, Mood Ili-d Hank Nui-ieries, 3:11 Bi-iinil s t r e e t , Hod t 2:011 I'. M. Entries must lie mail.- by
for lame ilve passehtieV cur; one-man pre- ilnn liotel sheds, Ha] Dank.
phone 37-M, Red Dank.
Bank.
2:00 in,on.
Awnnla for tile most unique,
^ ences.
is new : iine-balf list price. Can bo seen at
ferred. Jloji 117. Illirhlniiils, N. J.
oils, the doll longest owned, dulls ilrenHfil
•lUnnybrook F'nrm, Eatontown, N. J. I'linne
SLAG ROOFING.
WANTED.
WORKING FOREMAN WANTS POSITION.
y "mother," the oldest doll, the youngest
HIGH
PRICES
PAID.
130-11..
STOCK FOR SALE.
Lcnliy tin and slate roofs made tight; also
Yonni: huly or woman uuiili-,1 lo do olii.
On fnrm; experienced potato urower. Ail,,11, tin- higgrst, the littlest, the vt-ettlenl,
I pay high prices for ladies' End gents'
lied Bank Trtiat company titock for dale. ilresa A. K. Nolan, KdBewood farm, It. F. D.
proofing aide walla and cellars. Osoik in slur.-; m u s t in: nood :it lijjiui-s, b u t
bo riitest ilnll.
Ten cents a Hull entry, insecond-hand clothing. Call a t I. Kerber'u, water
HOUSES FOR SALE.
Adilrmsn^Stoclc, box_813, Ucil IliuA.
McCIaskey, 117 Hudson avenue. Red
,1 necessary t o In. i.«poiii-n.-o,l bookk,-e]i
No. 1, Asbury Park, N. J.
lu.ling admission.
Without ill,Us, ailniis168 Monmoutb* street, or phone Red Bank den
51.800, SI,900, J2.500, $2,X00, $3,200,
Bank. T e l e p h o ^ O O i J
•fereiice iiMiiiired: salary $1.', Her week
:' lululLs, 25 e e u t s : cliiliiren, 15 c e n t s .
FURNISHED ROOM FOR RENT.
3,600,
54,000,
$4,200,
$1,500,
?5,000,
"
2
J
.
BARGAINS IN SECOND-HAND SHOES..
nit.
Ail.lios* You.lit Lady, box 313, He'd Jniler the ' auspices of the (iuild of tho
Ijuaincim wen preferred. Apply Stone CotSG.GOO, SO,000, $7,500 and SX.OOO. Caleb I,. Hank.
BULBS.
At l'\ E. Ivins'tt mlto'tire ahop. Mechanic
ililen
Rule
.if
Trinity
church.
GOOD
PRICES
PAID
tni!tv..Shrewsbury avenue. Red Itnnltj
__ street, Red Hank; SGxG, S3x4'/., 32x4'/,,
Plant now for spring flowers. We have a Lukcr, agent, WnllinK avenue, Belforil, P. 0 .
for men's second hand suits a t Tho CItr Drr
afixl, 31x4, 32x.'!,'/j. 30x3 fj.
stock of tulips, hyacinths, daffodils, Box 158.
HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE.
MAN WANTED
Cleaning and Dyeing Works, 0 Mechanic- large
etc. W. W. Kennedy £ Sons. 41
Seven room house a t Westsiili. parlc nl
CANOE WANTED.
to drive Ford truck ami work around place.
AUTOMOBILE JACK FOUND.
street, near Broad street. Red Bank, Pbono nnicissus,
BOARDERS WANTED.
IlroiiJ street, Reii Bank.
_
iprovemi-nts; good location; lot 50xloO
Aptly WllliiiCE tarm, IIoImileI,_N._J.
Saturday night on Broail street, aiitomoPhysician or private party can find super- 2 e 7 L
Cumin wnntcd. Give price and lieM'.ription.
ile jnek fouiiil.
Owner may have same by Sl-llinsr to settle an estate: no reasonable ,,fiV
accommodationrt
for
nicnta!
or
nervous
AT
FAIR
HAVEN,
~^~
i
TICS FOR SALE.
Aililri-ss Canoe, box 313. Red Ilnnk.
•ifusi'd ; t e r m s to suit purcbas
SMALL FARM WANTED.
K. M
:lcntifyini- ami nnying f o r t h i s ailvi-rtiseon McCarter avenue, just oil Fnir Haven
. .
— ij
Kicht lilirH, aoven WPoks old: will sell at use. M. Dodlte, Red Bank.
Small farm convenient to Rmi Bank pre- avenue, two line lots for sale, easy terms.
icnt.
H a r r y Morford, 11J7 IIuilsuu nvciiui', Haley & Son nfle five o'clock P. M. Phom
812 n I'air. Arthur Kuhn, Colfa Neck.
492-.!.
ferred ; give full description, locution, price Write j.0 East Kront street, lied Hank. The Ued Bnnk.
BLACKSMITH AND HORSESHOER.
Trees Cut Down and Trimmed.
Frank Gray, practical horscahocr. The mid nil details. Dunncll, Lokowood, N. J., Land and Loan Company.
FURNISHED ROOM TOR RENT.
THE RED BANK HAIR PARLOR.
I cut down ami trim trees. (Iiorgi: Ailnmsj
HOME FOR SALE.
Brick Shop, 10 Mechanic street.
Eat&b- route 2.
With or wlthnut boiml. Apply 130 Pros- llshcd
Shampooing, scalp nnd facial massaga
Six rooms, hot air heat, bntli, ek-oti-ie
15'Vearii In Red Bank.
FOR SALS.
pect avenue, Ueil Ifiinlt. l'honu ZitO-M.
'itb
an electric
vibrator;
manicuring, .teeplejaek, 50 Worlhley street. It,-.I Hank,
BANTAMS FOR SALE.
' House and lot on Broad street, Enton- iglits, lulls and fireplace; lot 50x200; price
'bone
1172.
' • ,'
switch
making
nnd
children's
hair
cutting
RYE STRAW FOR SALE.
Fancy black Minorca bantams, tl.50 per t'ovvn; i»0 feet front, 285 feet lioep; water H.750; possession soon.
l''r:i!Kcis White
MAN AND WIFE WANTED
Ripe rye straw, in alieaf. for sale by the pair; prise stock, fine layers.
Charles I. and gas ; one acre of land. Apply to Albert igency, Monmoutb street nt Hroad street, Open Tuesdny evenings from 6:00 to 0:30.
on fnrni two miles west of Itetl Hunk. Ad- ton.
Room 10, Eisner building. Red Bank. Fhon«
delivered.
Louis
Soffel,
Overlook
farm.
Younir.
Jr.,
Hazlet,
N.
J.
Phone
70-F-3,
Dennis,
Eatuirtown^N^J^
RABBIT
DOGS
FOR SALE.
Red
Hunk.
dre»» T. H. Grant, box 104, Ited Dank.
802-M.
Postolilcc nddreBK, Red Dank.
Holmdcl.
Habbit ilogs anil puppies for sale. Geoigft
CHAUFFEUR WISHES POSITION.
PRIVATE GARAGE
OIL STOVES FOR SALE.
TIRE BARGAINS.
BIG PRICES PAID.
Ymlng man (English) wishes position
for rent, fire proof, safe nn<! centrally loBARGAINS IN IRIS.
A. Jones, Matawan, N. J., R. F. D, 2, near
Oil atovca and ens ranges in all sites and
I am payinjr big prleen for fresh effga and
We linve a few lined tires in the following cateil. rear of 12!t Hroud street: drive in country ih-iving); thoroughly undi-rstanils
Japanese and Siberian iris at grent reduc- Chemical Works.
prices. L. Schwartz & Son, Red Dank.
poultry. H. Haft, 88 South Broadway, Long sizes: ,'IOxil'/>, 32x3','., .12x1, 33x<, 34x4, through Huriling ronil or Cnnsl street. Call most
ost makes of American ami European
Europea cars; tion while they last; large plants at SI.00
Branch.
N.
3.
Phono
895-R.
_
_
.
36x4
'/j.
John
Hanson,"
12
West
Kront
street,
I
i
d
E
E
b
1
or phono -16-11, Rod Rank.
II running repairs. Address E. E., bo 313, per dozen: Sfi per hundred, if called for. Mi-i
NITRATE OF SODA FOR SALE
Red Bank.
Itcd Hank.
F. E, Cleveland, .Sunnybrook Farm Iris Gui
FENCE POSTS A N D I U M B E R ^
four cents per pound. Phono Matawan 8, or
BOARD WANTED.
ON BOTH RIVERS.
il'-n. Eatontown. N. J.
Phone Kutontow
write J. Fischer & Co., Matuwun, N. J.
Get oirr prices on Hfw material, cut to orLOTS FOR SALE
Male baby for boardf. three weeks old. ApLots in best locations, Mil sizes anil priccR
FARMS WANTED.
2130-Ii.
I
ply to Etlwnrd Borthwick, Port Monmouth, on Leighton avenue; also in Red Bank Park- low; bound to increase in value. Write or
der and delivered.
Cook Brothere, phons
FOR SALE.
Farms wanted; large and small farms: five
Weat; reasonable anil on caay terms. Apply cnll Rt 10 East Front atveet, Reii Bank. Tile
GRANT PARISH SELLS FARMS
Several dwellings hero; also lots or Bores, N. J., near JacobUH Croasinn:.
two humlrcd acres; have cash buyers
4C3-R, Red Bank.
to D. W. Willeuss, agent, 2 Broad street, I i,nn,i a n d Loan Company.
3. H. McCreery, curent, Oceanport, N. J .
waiting. Give full particulars to . W e n l , nil over Monmouth county; if you want to
FRUIT TREES FOR SALE.
Red Bank.
!
:
,
"the farm man," 25 South street, Morris- buy or sell, write him. If it is Farms, he
Standard and dwnrf bearing size; apples,
YOUNG GIRL WISHES
M A N
YELLOW LOCUST.
covers the County like a Wanket New York
ii^J^J.^
_
PH1VET HEOGF. WANTED. ^
WANTED.
position no Hcneral hauseworker. Apply to pears, plums, cherilet}, St. Reuls raspberries.
connections; old established agency. SeaA gooil man wanted to take cure of chickCaah paid for yellow locuat cut in lenetfc
Privet
hedffe,
250
feel
or
less;
must
he
William Ilryan, Ellieron. N. J.
Mrs. Henry Finn, Hcadden's Corner, N. J.
FOR SALE.
shore property. 402 Trust building, Asburj
ens ; married man preferred: good wages.
imonable; state price, height and nue in Auih-ess W. Dowlcn, care Frit?. Achelis, Rum1 fe«t 6 inches; delivered to F. F. BlaifldaU.
avKe greenhouse, 86x2«, glazed with Park, H. J.
FARM WANTED.
MAN WANTED.
first letter.
t .
Address Privet HedKe, box 313, son road.'Seabright, N. J.
double Btrengtb tflass: pipes and boiler.
Bridge avenue. Red Bank.
iViintotl to lioiir from ownfir of fnrrn of Red Bunk.
Man used to Harden WOKU wanted. Apply
HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE.
Also Holstein and Guernsey' heifer, 1 Vj
Kood lam] for sale worth tlit* price aHkcd.
Alfred Grimtha, Hnrdinii road, lied Bank.
On Drummond avenue, one door fron:
e:irs old Apply to George McQueen, LinSAVE YOUR OLD CARPETS.
GOOD FARM FOR SALE.
L. C.MOHCS, box 5r>V, Olnoy, 111.
BEAUTIFUL CAR FOR SALE."
Shrewsbury avenue, eight rooms, in first
croft
N.
J
.
_
L
Beautiful
reversiblo
ruga
made
from
old
~"
FOR SALE.
107 acres of good potato laod, close to
class condition; price S3,000; terms to sui
Write for
COTTAGE FOR RENT,
Beautiful winter car for sale, Chalmeia
Three auto-car truck*: altio 1 1-j h. p. stastation; can be bought right.
Henry I-'.. carpets and chcille, portlerea.
POSITION WANTED.
purchaser.
l-'or further particulars apply
One house from Kuic Haven rond o Hylin. room i). Register building. Phone *7 411 circulars. American Evlff Manufactory, 280
tionary enniiie. Ilox 117, Uiichlnniln, N. J.
Master-Six
limousine, in fine condition; barWoman
with
boy
nine
years
old
wis
E. M. Hnley 4 Son. after five o'clock P. M.
Muplo nvi'nue, Fair Haven. Apply to Mn Red Hank.
Vermont street, Brooklyn.
Position as cook, hiumlress or general IIOUKC- Phone 132-J.
Kan to tiuiek buyer, Thonc 73, Keanahurg.
WISH TO BUY
H. V. ChniKHpr, I-'nir Ilavrn r.inii.
kevoer;
wagofi
J2f,
:\
week.
Apply
to
Mrs.
AUTO
TIRES
FOR
SALE.
pony, governess cart and hnrnoos. R. H.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
TRUCK FARM FOR SALE.
TEARS FOR SALE.
Two Goodrich cord tires, ;tax4'A, for aale, W. Murphy, G Bny avenue, Atlantic Highllrower, 837 Central avenue, Asliury Park.
Houses and store propertied Monmouth
Dodge Touring Car For Sale.
About 23 ncrefl, eleven room house, barn
Fine bij{ crop of Koifei' petira for salo in county farms, lots for Hale: euHy payments. in sood condition; price Slo for the twolnniln, N. J .
garage cwl ontbuildlnEs, all in good condi
J. G. ESCHELBACH & SON.'
large or amaU nuantitieR. Uplands farm, Agent, Culob L. Luker, P. O. Box 168, Bel-tireB. Clarence Sheldon. 23 Sunset avenue.
A l'JI7 newly painted Doilne, some liarFURS. REPAIRED '
tion;
about
five
minutes'
walk
from
trollej
125 West Front street, Red Bank vhont Eatantown, N. J , .Ehone 212Q-J. \ . , .
Bed
Bank.
PhDnc
1
0
6
8
^
.
,
,
ford, N. J .
Paul II. Mnrohouse, jMnnle nventle,
nnd remodeled, made to^ordor: nlso selling and railroad station. Chnrlea Herring;, Eat- Bain.
410-J. Au'tGf occennories and vulcanising*
new furs; customers Euarunteed to be sat- ontown, R. P. D. No. 1, box 95, Phone EatCAMEO PIN LdST.
POSITION WANTED.
[ear Monmouth atreet, U^\ Ilnnk. Pliono
SWEET POTATOES FOR SALE.
K. Libuvnky, corner Shrewsbury ontown 2149-R.
REPAIRING DONE.
Last Thursday on Brown place, Front isfied.
Younp woman, 2fi yours old, winheo a poFine sweet potatoes for winter: also
1120.
Guna and pistols repaired; also nmmuni- sition as housekeeper or clilld'B mmie. Write young beets for canning, for sale. Ropieo street or Monmouth street, Keil Hank. Re- nvenue find Herbert street. Red Bank,
RED BANK, N. J.
Phone Bll-R.
tton told. C. W. U-vi-rentz, lielford, M. J.
Miss Alice Mount, Rvimson, N. JT
^ Brothers, 260 South Pearl street. Red Bank. wnrd it returned to Mrs. William C. Brow
For sale, on Shrewsbury river, one of th
15 Brown place, Red Bank.
Oakland Touring Car For Sale.
Phone 212.
_
HOUSE FOR SALE.
NURSERY FURNITURE FOR SALE.
OVERCOAT FOR SALE.
most beautiful places in this section: boiisi
Seven-room stucco house, Inrfie attic anil twelve rooms, fully enuippt-il; baths, heal
Small six cylinder, runs like a dock; price
Gocart, nuriiery chair and portable plnyExccptiannllyru'lne overcoat of prominent
~
FOR SALE.
GENERAL CONTRACTORS.
cellar; one acre of irood mound; reasom
^ord forjialejihcau. Phune 266, Red Bank.
maker, Hizr 1'2, perfect condition.
Call nt
electricity, trnrnge. large plot.
It's a bar
Child's white enamel crib and mattress,
very
reasonable. Paul I). Morehouse, Maple
James Norman Si Son, office and yard,
ms; $1,000 cash, St.OOO on bond and g.iin. There's a reason. W. A. Hopping
202 East Front uticet, Red H a n k /
all in good condition, for sale, 55. Mrs. A. 47-51 Shrewsbury avenue. Red Bank. Con.
Jivenue, near Monmouth street. Red Hank.
PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER.
rtxaee.
Mrs.
Wealthy
A.
Scely,
hos
78,
vi'sil estate. Roil HtmV
Caslor, second house from Little Silver rail- Crete work a specialty. Get our fls-urea be
HOUSE
V/ANTED.
•
Dictation and typing. M. L. West, Second
Phone 1120.
Belford, N. J ^
road station.
fore having anr work done.
^
"National bank building, room 18, Red Bank.
Small houfle. with or without improveBOY WANTED.
FOR SALE.
ments, near liver. In Kair Haven preferred,
Over sixteen, to learn drug business
FOR SALE.
ALFALFA HAY WANTF.D.
ROOMS FOR RENT.
WANTED FOR WINTER.
l,am<Wenr-Ever
aluminum
double
roaststeady
all
year
position
for
one
.willing
t
AtMi-esu V. N., box 113, Ued liunk. • .
10.000 privet hedging, bushy plants; four
About
Nicely furnished, with all improvements
it one ton of
of Hood alfalfa hay, loose.
go opportunity
opportunit to learn a reNovember to May. saddle horses anil drivto six feet high; no reasonable olfcr refused. use "of telephone; two minutes' walk fron- er, perfect condition, 55.00: parlor stove S10. work,, with a good
U. C. Taylor, 193 South
S.
street. Red Bank.
PASTURE LAND FOR RENT.
fruit jni-s (i cents each. Charles A. McC'Ins- numenttive
ti
b
i
l
5
business;
snlnry
start
ien,
Leonard
avenue.
Fair
Address
Frank
O'Bi
inu
boisoB
and ponies; free hoard for uso of
Broad street. Apply nt 5 Hudson nvenue koy, Keivmsii yprinns ronil, Ited Hank Apply
Rich clovor ond ulfalfa pnoture land foe
A l
nt once.
Kntsin's
K
'
pharmacy, 1
1
FARM OWNERSI,
or_phone_1130-W Red Hank.
_ Phone -IG1-M.
rent. J. II. VininR, Scobeyville, N. J. P. O. Haven, N. J,
rood horsi'. W. II. I-iiyton, 135 Oakland
Hroad street. lied Hank.
Liat your fmni with tieorKe W. Xucker address Eatontoivn, It. K. D. No.- 1.
TRY H. B. HAYES
treot, Red Hunk.
FURNISHED ROOM TO LET,
FOR SALE.
(country property specialists Marlboro, N._J^
PULLETS AND HENS FOR SALE.
for your electrical work, wiring, lamps, moSuitable fortwo. with nil conveniences: nl
IRISH TERRIER LOST.
First quality cnbunite in nunntiticn to suit
Ubo.k- Island Red pullctfl. lnitfe, well ll,
LAUNDRESS WANTED
Lost, Irish terrier, dark brown, white spot tors, flxturcB, work promptly attended town year round; with private family near railroad cust'omem for any purpose; also 1,00(1 new velopeil birds that have, be^un luyintc. Wliiti
H
L U N C H , CANDY, CIGARS. ~
or
country.
50
Spring
street,
Red
Bank.
to tnkc home fimall, plain family wntihintr. on,chest: answers to mime of "Tim." He.
station. Red Uimk. Address MrB. M. Millc
' ";k anil n lot of new shinSlea for snle. I.ejrhorn pullets
'
arling liens. M
Phono_228-M,
Want tu buy payiiiK lunch, conffntionery
•Write H. I>. Q., box 313, Red Bank, or phone wnrd. M. Josephs, Leonardo, N. J.
70 Oakland street, Red llnnk.
Vanderveer ViinDoin, Red Hank, residence bii is are all in excellent condition and nn
3i«
Half-Mile road.
STOVE PIPE AND tLUOWS.
su L' to give perfect satisfaction. lr. I mil ciKf\r aUeo rcuAuntihU*; r w n w , ' o r will
LAUNDRY TALK.
~7AME3 irrCARTON, EVERETTT"wTTi
Stove bonrils, all sizes, coal hods, mica,
Hn ,ch, Red Bank, It. !•'. I).
WORK HORSE WANTED.
rent atore nnd rooni.i suitable. ^!49 Edwards
. / o r satisfaction and economy you will lie
Auctioneer. Your patronase solicited. No shovels,
VULCANIZING
collars, pokers and lifters. interested in roUKh dry work nt twelve cents
A Kood utronw work lioi-se wanted; must sale too great; none too small.
Terms Standard dampers,
avenue, Loim Branch, N. J .
STOP AND LOOK
Oil Co. Perfection oil heaters at per pound. Rend. liiK ad\ ertisement on pane nt the Auto Tire Shop. Tires and tubeB re.
l)e cheap for cnah. K. H. Muchmore, lielford, rlsht Phone Mlddlctown 278-F-21.
irk
done
pnircil, retreading
specialty :
for
mething for the rummage sale for th
Weller's store.
_
_
"N. J .
C. Red Bunk Steam Lnunihy.
promptly and prices right. F. E. Ivins, prop
benefit
of
Monmoutii
momoi-iai
l
h
hospital
t.
THE SANITARY BARBER SHOF
REAL ESTATE.
Idietor, 211 Mechanic street, Red Bank. E
HOUND PUP FOR SALE.
Es. be hehl October 2:1. Things will be clndl
WANTED. '
Nine-room house, i<as and water: lot
WANTED, HOUSE TO RENT.
tubKshcd 1911b
Thoroughbred hound pup in perfect health
called for if you will call Ited Hank 1032 o "Where the word sanitary means Home*
Reliable maid wanted foe Kencrnl houae- 60xU>0 feet; $3,500; terms. A. L. Ivins,
Six or seven-room up-to-dnte house
for sahi; seven months old and promises to
can
be
left
nt
Mrs.
W.
A.
Uullmnn's,
S
•woik. Mrs, II. 3. Upplncott, MldJIctown, ajrency, Rcsister huililine;, Red Finnk. • ".
thing;. We invite suggestions. Wo aro ccfi
CARPETS AND RUGS CLEANED
make a good hunter. George Coleman, Tin- wanted by responsible party for winter
N. J .
months; vicinity Red Hank or Fair Haven. by our new method, which cleans and wanh- West j'Vmt strc_et._Jteil Hank.
pleaaeil until you are. George Kelly, Well®?
ton Tails, N. J.
FOR SALE.
Write P. O. box 81, Ileil Rink.
your runs ripht on your own floors. Now
PIPE
AND"
FLOORING
FOR
SALE.
WANTED
building, Broad street, Red Bank.
I,nrno RiiHoline enKine. InrKe Hilo, three
bookinit orders for fall clennimr.
Hesse's
FOR SALE.
to rent or buy, m'cond-luind corn harvester. milch co'.v? »-0 .,lv.,,.,,Pks.o!il plus. W»H'
Three hundred feet of knlviinized pipe fi
BtOHT
IN
TH5
HPART
OF
TOWN
Ca.ptt Cleaning. Worl.a, 202 Ei.EL Fi'o.it :...L-, size •'.-inch [o 1 V- -iw^!; ::^V:T • • t ' t
Chicken bouse. ;>\b invl, ml-Miinrtlu l,uilv\Address Charles U. l'lodk. It. 1'. I). 1, Red
Patterson, Riverside drive. Red Dank.
Red Bunk's most convenient ond Inviting strcet^JReiMlimL
"
FOR SALE CHEAP.
ing with floor: must sell nt onc-e. cheap.' C.
also
I, (100
feet
of
%
floorinit,
SVlx-l .
"Bank. '_
Parker Morris, 13 13rown place.
Fhone barber shop; expert attention; three chairs;
inches, in Kood coniiition.
Best ofTe: take
LOST.
Chillnu<r3 tuurin^ vnr, i'me cumiitiim; t « o
one flight up. Second National bank buildHOUSE AND LOT
POSJTION WANTED.
the iroods.
Can bo seen nt Clnrenco Wi
Wire wheel off tile W k of i> Chevrolet UK3 Red Rimlu
3p:irt!
rims
ami tires, tools ami full oiiuiP*
nt Little Silver for sale; has Bis rooms, jrood s,m's._\Vhltc_ronil, Klirowsbury, N. J .
ing. Alonz Curebin, proprietor.
Would like to enre For old lady. Address
lost. Reward will be paid if- regarden, grapes and other fruit: Kood well of
WANTED FOR CASH DUYER.
Wr». C. M. A., 42 Munmbuth Blreet, Red automobile
n
J
merit. Owner lea.vinn- town, nuu-lc^ MorFOR SALE.
water; property in Rood condition; price
Near Red Bank. Rurrtson or Middletown,
HOUSES FOR SALE.
Bonk.
_ ' !i!iL .t'L " ' - WL M»»nt Co^ Rod Bank.
Five new sugar barrel:;, a'lot of school J2.000. D. W. Wilhjuss ncent, 2 Broad
ris, friirn^t.'. i'fnrl sti'ft't, Ued Hunk.
a gentleman's resilience; with acreage or a
Seven rooms nlul bath, ull improvements
PONIES AND SADDLE HORSES.
esk:i, some unuseil, a lot of books, including Btrect. Red Bnnlc.
_
_
^
ELECTRICIANS .WANTED.
another seven rooms, water anil K,is.
On
ponies und rigs and saddle horses large farm. Ktlwnril Fnmiaci, real estate,
set of Ktoildnrd's Lectures. H. C. Talmncc,
Firnt-clauB men only. Apply at Saundcra' forSeven
ScnbrighX, N. J .
house for rent furnished, live mums, bath
rent
cheap
by
the
ntonth.
R.
H.
llrowShrewsbury Aendeiny, Ued Hunk.
WANTED.
electrical ahop, «0 Monmouth struct, lied er, 837 Central nvenue, Anbury Park.
lint and colt! water, S 10 a montli; one eleve
landscape gardener. All work pertaining t g
ntific facial
treatment, rooms, nil impiovenienls, nooii cellar, tinel
HOUSE FOR SALE.
Cirls to learn
Jlank.
a
c
RHODE ISLAND RED PULLETS.
l tho
Nine rooms and bath, with all improveFRUIT TUBES FOR SALE.
tvc-i\tmi'ivt anil mnnicviriin:. Also
furnislieil, ?S0 u month.
F. A. Mulford, l-'ni
beautifying groundai large or small. TztiO
Splendid early birds from my heavy InyCOUPE FOR SALE.
Standard nnd dwarf bcurinir size; apples, ment!! : larire hit with fruit trees; near high inir-»trsln:
wishing
to
bei'ome
apprentices
at
this
work.
Haven, N. J .
.
_
nlno
n
few
White
Wyanilottet
pknting.
etc. N. Hutterbaoh, 238 W«n«
Hudson coupe fur mile; in Kood running penrs, plums, cherries: also StT RCKIB straw- school. No nltonls. Address 11. E. 1)., box
and Red cockerohi. L'linilea D. Cleveland Apply In Main Mallet, c u e of Hazel Gray,
order. Call at 102 Riverside nvenue, Red berrlea. Willinm Dryan, Elberon, N. i.
313, Rod Ilnnk.
Front street, lied Bank. Phono 816.
AWNING
AND
CARPET
CLEANING.
Little Silver. N. J.
Eatontown, N. J. Phom' 2130^5.
Unlik.
Awnings, boat covers and curtains, cni
BOY WANTED.
LOST.
TYPEWRITER HEADQUARTERS.
pets nnil rUKH cleaned, scmireil a n d ' s t o r e d
BUNGALOW FURNITURE FOR SALE.
AL
BOY WANTED.
MONEY TO LOAN.
Boy:l(! years old to learn gold leaf trade;
C!ohl p i n s i t .vith eurnl lust Thin- -.lay
We buy, rent, Bell, exchango and repair
mattresses
renovated
nnd
mailo to ordei
Suitable
for cottage
bunptulow,
settee Brnnil. Mechanic,
Money to loan on bond and niortRni?e. Ap- typcwrltcro. Trubln's, the Store of a Thou- nlso finish mini; snlnry $35 weekly. Apply
g
i al
f
b pt l
Wallac
an
layiiur of carju-ts, rut;s and linoleum.
K:i't
Mu:it ho over liixteon year3 of nire: splenl
i
l
ply to A. I,. Ivins, liovhtcr V,uildinit. Red sand Items, 58 Broad street. Red Bank.
F. A. Chnilwick, 32 Hudson avenue, or Elm andd two cllnirs,
price-?
15;
nlso
two
i>ni
l
kk
streets;
alued
mntcfl elieerfully cive-ii.
Satisfaction [.'liar
;
p
v
did opportunity to leurn pvintinK tnuie; ono
Bank.
plnce, lied Bnnk.
.
heavy portieres, price $16. Address Bunga- eturn hi Mrs. O. O. Uorilen, 123 Monmouth nnteed, Snnliorn's, (i I White street. 111
HOUSES AND LOTS FOR SALE
low I-'iirnituro. box at 3. 111-.I Ilnnk.
livini; in Ked Ilnnk sreferred.
Apply to
t,
Hank.
Phone 3 2-i\l.
t lied
l dH
Ha kk.
WOOD (WANTED.
LOST.
In various partB of Red Unnk. If Interested
Mr. llrown, Koniator olllee. Rod Ilnnk.
FLORAL PIECES.
Cord wood wanted, seasoned or iinnen- pall on or write for further Information, D.
Ulnck leather football helmet. Initinls
DIAMOND LOST.
"
POSITION WANTED.
Bouiiueta, pillows, wreaths, flat plecen nni Wnverly
nune<l. J . N. llancc, coi\l wxvK w«od, Uetl W. WillEuas, 2 Bronit street. Red Bunk.
II. N. E, marked on the inside. Kinder ree, through Blnisili-ll's drive to
(Jnnlener, fsrinei-, fruit man ( 3 2 ! . sinirl
Hank.
turn snine to Henry N. Ely, <I1 Knst Front larger set pieces furnishi'il at short noticu
f a riiiir, about 7s kui-nt. going fi-oin i'xpi-rt in plontiiiB, pi-uniiii; and all linim-lii
CARROLL & DECKER.
by Hnyea Ilrothers, florists, Church Btroet, Hu.O u t
RED BANK, N. X.
street, Red Hank.
iivonm- M.m.lny
niglit.
Rewnnl if
of'iranleniiu:: a conscientious v-iu-koi-, solie
Genetnl trucking and forwarding, locel
Fair Huven, N. J. Plume 1042-W.
HORSE FOR SALE.
For Bale, double houfoc, twelve rooms; cenri'turlicil to Mrs. Leslie Dennis, 121 Hudson utenily;
life
experience,
will,
tine,- y,-,r
tientli' nnd sound farm horse. Uplands trally Incatdil; price SS.TT.O. Let's si'c it,
MONUMENTS.
and
long:
distances, by motor truck. Ask
iivi-tnio, lied Hnnk.
:ii;ricllltlli-al eolleee; best of refi-ience; wii
SEE KENNEDY ABOUT IT.
fnrm. Eatontowu. N. J. Phone Eatuntown you iilny call. W. A. IIopnlnK. Red Itnjil^
Thomas Mnnson & Sons, designers anil
positioii in Moiimiiiilli county,
phone KuOK
Ua our prices. Cnrroll &, Decker, BO Men*
If you have any real eBtate to cell or
2128-J,
__
•<•»
buildern of high grado monuments.
Olllce
ItEAL ESTATE.
ler, Katontnwii 210,1-J.
FORD TRUCK FOR SALE.
mouth street, Red Bnnlt. Phone ea4-R.
and yard, Monmouth street and Prumraoml want to buy nny real estate Bee P. F. Ken
Six ni'im h o u s e , all inuirovr-n ills
FOR SALE.
\
One li-ton with M van liody, 1918. ex-plnce, Red Bnnk.
nedy, Itud ilonif, nbout it. It will be to youi t r n l l y locati-il, n e a r hiisb s c l m o l :
MAN WANTED.
Now I'erft'(-ti(iu thiei-bu/tior oil shjvu and eellenl mcelMinlenl eomlitimi. Call nt h n r W
atlvnntaiie, Pbone 447-B, Red Bank.
in t w o wei'k:-.; St.r.OO. SI.0110 ca::h. halnlice
Active, intelligent
linn i.f irenleol up
ALFRED R. BRIGHTON, JR.,-"*
FOlt RENT.
oven. Can be seen at 1H1 Hudson avenue, shop, 101 Nhrewsbury avenue, Red Hani;.
ensv t e r m s .
A . I.. Ivinn, ai.'eiicy, H e | : i s t e r pearanee wniited to r e p r e s e n t n local ,
"TlEO BUS FOR SALE.
To n competent nursery iiinn nnil gardenIt'e.l Hunk.
tri-e uurm-on nm) inmlscniu' iranleninir In all
I-ITII; mi esi-i-ntiiiiiiil tippiii-tunity is oirer,
Kco bu:«. 11)20 moiWI; gooil tircu, goni l i u i l d i n r . R e d . H u n k .
er, two gu-t'nhnusi's, ll2U feet lonf^nml living
ROUND STOCK WANTED?
mnll willim; to apply himself t o t h e ill
work # pi-rtnininif to boautifyinif grounddj
LOST.
Adiireas
Dodge,
Maple running order, i:o"d IDOIIIIIIT; bargain if soli
REAL ESTATE.
Bent uiinlily round potatoes wanted by nccoimninlntions.
a liinhly ri.niunei'iitive p o i i t i o u .
Appl
l'ncketbook loot eohtitinlnf? nutu llconni; ^he loud or i-nrhmil. Stllimnn's l;<arm, Ent- farm, Itrd Bnnk.
nt once. Phone Ited Bank 402 from 9:00 ti .Si\-rnoni h o u s e a t Kuiiisiiti; t h r o e r o o m s nf
work ilonti by Imur or contract. AiUlieaa
nilihess,
PuMic
Service
Electric (',..
nnd plnte license. Alfred Crlllltllv, box 1711,ontown, N. J, 'Phone 2VUI-M, Kutontown,
l-:0(> A. M. for furtlu-i- pnrthyjjars.'
lin anil t h r e e ilown; f u r n i s h e d J:UI>(>; unfiir- Ill,,ml sir,.el. lied llnnk.
Alfn-il I!. IIrii:hton. Jr.. box lilt. Kiinmon.
Iteil Hunk.
'
' _
LOST, STRAYED OR STOLEN.
nlslied JL',700; lol r.llxllil) f e e l ; posaeasiiill
REAL ESTATE. '-'
N. J . Phone IIU-W.
FORD
TOURING
CAR
FOR
SALE.
Black horse with white star on fm-i-heud,
i-ik-hl
a
w
n
v
.
A.
I,,
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v
i
u
s
.
a
g
e
n
c
y
,
Uei:isU-tNOTICE.
FURNISHED HOUSE FOR RENT. ,
ElKlil-voom IwiiKo, m i , bntb nnd water lmililiiu.', Iteil H a n k .
A 1017 ['mil tourUiK cuv for Bftle; iuiuul tfi bnnils liiiili, weighs 1,600 pmimi*. Notify
_
Now i t h e (inn- l o lio o n t h e ,,:if,. ,,id
"Enwt Hldo park; from Novenihcr to May.new nintor, rear just ovinluiuled: nhenri t John C. Uelser. Marlboro, N. J . Phone lot 3T,2x!50 fent; Moninimtli Blri'tt prop
I Imve t o h o u s e s in a v e r y uumi lueiitiiu
CAR FOR SALE.
II. W. Dobliina, Leonard nvciiuii. Fair Hn. uuick buy IT. JH Pearl street, Red Hank.
irty, at n Unrgiiiii, $7,000. A. I,. Ivins
Jloimdcl nO-I-'-l.l.
T W O HOME I1ARGAINS.
nil imin- viMhi-nts; iirii-e .Ki.ODO.
Will tali
von, N. J.
_
'
_
nnencv, lleulater bullillnit, Red Bnnk.
A
I!l2ll
Qnkkmd,
lin'-pussi-iiKer
liiiirinif
?3,r,IIO; J2.li:,ll.
II,,11 Inn i have eight $1,001)
anil t h e r e s t o n i n i i r l i ' . i r e 1
WILL INVEST
POSITION WANTED
hu- i
in,IIIIII ; w a t e r n n d i : a s , o n t r o l l e y
line
cur,
w i n : u-lii-i-ls;
lii-i-n iiHi-if t w o n i n i i l l n i ;
SWEET CIDER FOR SALE
I hhiine 211,1 lie.
. not to
HOG COOKER WANTED.
1 11;.
S 1,600 to $2,0(10 with ncrviceH In Kood it.
by trustworthy nud soht-r iniin to n u v for
JL?ti
K
O
1
1
liy t h e ijarlol, tho mire jtllcoj.SUO lit tiio
mill; bring lmrrelj.
Wentervelt, E n i d b l
tovvn._N._J.
Inif lilislneos ill Ili-il llnnk. Aililii'sii Ktllolenoy, irenernl diOivery, Pair Haven, N. J .
fuvuuct', Ki-nevnl -work, gm-inn*. eti-.; best of
reference.
Red Ilnnk.
I'liniie Kntiinlown
2106-J. Kiu-itler.
Tlllvty or fiii-tv gnlUin i-oukev wnntt-d- hnvt
a sniulh-r on>', lin- lir'ick lined; will sell oi
vsrliiiiige if ilrslri'il. liplaluii farm. Knton
tuwn, N. -I. l'lmin- Kiitin>l»wn 'JI'JIl-J.
~LOTS FOR SALE.
- RAUDIT HOUNDS FOB SALE.
Two lotn on Carpo-nler street, Illvi-i- Plaza.
HOARDING.
As nood on itro\v« eotno t r y them nnd lio Noii. 10 nnd 20, for mile: J300 for t h e tw
H I E IIUUSON IIOUSE.
Lnrgo clii'ciful room witli honril, running
First-claiui board by (lie day or week
your own judu-)'.
Ira I>. Hillsnrt, Kniclhh
loin. Apply a t I Snnul ntrect, Ileil Hank.
hot and cold water; Invite i-lo«H >: iiuitnbl..
town, N^_J.
for :: or 3 ircutl.'mon. Klinson Hi,use, llrond centrally located nml pli-nsnnt surroundini:s
COW FOR SALE.
inti'.< reniKiiinble. Ilinlson House, 1-16 iiml
,,11.-. t. HIMI II,ml..
DR1CK FOR SALE.
II,.1.1,-in t,,-ir.,r, fresh, for salo: also on
son 11VH1UI-. I'lunui Hod Hunk, 1HI-W.
Common fiu'v and Martin Twin liric.k for (lUnrimey n s v . ArehL' Ileyer, llenililen'
PKKINGESF.
PUPS
FOR
SALE.
RRle.
Creaeeat ltrii-U Corpoiatioli, Kat<
Corner, Nulswnnip rnnil, opposite cemetery.
On sub' fiV(> l'i'kingeite puppies, eheiip; t e n
Ton SAU-:
town, N. '}.
O n i . - P l e i ' >• l l l l l <i' scrj M ' i l l ! •H!l
;tn iiu t i : <m<
weeks u l d : i\.,liv.u-.'d s t r a i n .
Aimly M r .
APPLE WOOD WANTED.
n> •Ulit : i t i i n I'II ; toH ' l u ' i i v y Kniy i' •nit . H
~
coW.MAN WANXED
IllKllest cash prices paid for itiecn apple Muynh, I'ari' J . Mniuillinn, Mnlde aveinie,
•h. f l t i l Tliur •utiiv i n i r i i i rur. O. K. M i i i i i i i
I'liitonli.wn.
N
.
.1.
to inkr cam of m m mill work iiround plneo. trri- h u t l s : iilno walnut nod c h i l l y IOKI. A.l• h i ) • nt*: » " i i . . I l l.1 Wi-.1
' L ' ( , lUtl It
: . .an
ill-.-M II V. I'nsti.r, link- 2112, C.oinloil. N. J.
•William A. .larnlmin, Ilulmile), N . J .
!!>•« ouC H A U I T T . U I ! W I 1 I I F S l-OSi l l O n .
UHl-Jl u ; Hi •: i oi I SAI.K.
JicrllltciideTlt.
With IH-lvnlo fiunily; rnl>i|ieleul,
enreful
STEAM VULCANIZING.
Ul'.'Ol ml nl' l . ' i i v i I I K (<M V l l Unity vn i l I I I M
(In
driver, li-u yeiirn' oKlioiivtice ami v a n furnish
I'fllVATF. GAItAUE I-'OH RENT.
W e u s e tlui Imnt m a t c i i n l n n n d H'»»vrr.v
if iMiI l i e f i l l •Ilit I I I ! • w i y I'i'l :iHoiiiihl.
Arnold M,,di-n, 12 Sprini:
l'llrtlu'i- purlii;utnni by niiplyinK to ("linrlt's all w o r k ; nir Horvlco.
J o h n H a n s e n , 42 In it of K-fi-Vi-iii-i-s.
iii :l|UISf •i . , r liv S;•it u r . hi y . Octiilip
;i:d
It.. UIMM 'tII Riverside lU'emlr. Hell Dank. Went F r o n t s t r e e t . Ited Hank. Phono 7 2 - W . slri-i-t, H,-a*j],,iil,
II i i i f>:i Ti>w»- i H i l l ( 1 , , , | )
l l . - i 11 link
I'll.me fiHU-M.
WHO W A N T S THIS W I N D M I L L ?
MONEY TO LOAN.
KTORARF.
I'Oll
A\
ITOMOIIILF.S.
;
l i n v i n g tint In town WIIILM-, I will give my
joNi-5'a i-xriti-ss.
l l n v i - s t i i i a i ' i . l i n n i l i n i n v ifniiii,'!- o n M n p l
M o n e y t o lonn o n linnil an.d tnortHnir«i; lonil windmill to iniviMii- who will tnlui It duvvii.
MnviiiK a n d ui'iffrnl Iruclcltw: o n e t o Ilve t e i r n if (leiilrtil; In l a r u e o r mtiiill immvil
It n In itoml I'lMiilition.
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toim.
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l-'irnt-i-lasH u n i v e l , possi-nslm.' Ill,,' pnrlllim
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I'oimon A Illlntlish, 111 I'enti-iil u t e n u e , Atlantic, Iliithlivncoi. N . J itlliillllivi.
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Ilnnk, It. II. No 1.
1«>NT M I S S T H I S SALK. "
Iliifilinishoil I t , , n u n , I , , . : M .Ited' Ih.ol
THAU.till
WANTED.
y.l.ilUiu'ii Unit, full mil,' of Mul, timid- e n t HlUTlMir*1 lliUii'V fl»V inMlilUt iMIV,
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PPIKS FOR .•JAI.I:.
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iltlv*. W Ilnldj.
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Twelve »hni<-i\ of stock of tho ilernnil MaFOUNTAIN PEN I'.OST.
.';-nlly In ilnliig blliim.K nt II,,; name nl,
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Ciol.l flnmlulli pen ' hixl In or lulu1 Hod IIIIIMII hniili or Itt-d Ilnnk, N. ,1.; on - more; fllnriit. (Jet your cms vvu.thiAl while ytlvt wni
«;omi..'l.-nl IIIKIII for «-II»IBI lioimework;
uillll lo ».-lib. nil .-.ilnti'. Conu-gys & Urn..nt .It; Whit" Htrtw-t. lied llnnk.
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n t r e e t , Iti-il H a n k ; family w a s h riniich d r y
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WINDOW CLEANING.
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of storos, ollici'S and private resiili'iicis ; also
H.'iie-rnl ,,H\tf
eleaiilnir.
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f a r m , f o r m i ' i i y S i n i l l i - l ' i u - l i e r f n r m . wc.it. o f
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l t e i i s n n o f .lellinir, h a v e i.ohl
farni.
nviiiiii'ible.
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PROI'I'.HIY WANTED.
l i o n
mrn fur lius i u .
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Page Fourteen
paign was waged against him, but Mf.
Btergen was nominated Qn the RepubHIE RED BANK REGISTER. lican
ticket in spite of the RepubliJOHN H. COOK, Editor and FubUsher.
C. HANCE, Associate Editor.
. .•• •
can bosses' orders.
u
* i
Business Manaeer:
THOMAS IRVING BROWN.
After the nomination the Republican bosses did their utmost to defeat
/
Subscription Prlcesi
him for the election. They were
One year
beaten again, for Mr. Bcrgon got a
&iK months
bigger vote than aiiy other candidate
frhreo months
who was running for freeholder. This
Entered at the poutoflice at Rod Bank, year .the Republican machine made
H. J., as second-class matter.
another tremendous effort to defeat
Mr. Bergen for the Republican nomiOCTOBER 20, 1920. nation. They wanted Dallas G. Young
nominated, who had voted against alJowing women to vote. Again the
TOWN TALK.
Republican machine was beaten, for
(Continued from page 4.) '•.
Mr. Bergen was re-nominated.
A ftw days ago Governor Edward
* • *
1. Edwards iirctl tho board of utility
There is talk of a new plan of the
<!nimmsHionerR out of office. ..• This
-was one of the most popular things Republicans to defeat Mr. Bergen
Governor Edwards lms ever clout.1. this yi'ar. Harry G, Bard on is the
The public utility commissioners are other Republican candidate. The
candidates are Martin
not going out of oflici' if tluy" can Democratic
Mcdie of Long Branch .-and Thomas
help it. John W. S locum of Long luiwm Jeffries of Freehold: The plan
i's of the talked of is to have Republicans along
B i V l otu- of 1 In
board, has hired lawyers to ho hi him the shore .section of the county vote
in his job ami to save for him not for Harry (1. Borden and Martin^M
only life joh Mil the §7,r>0(> per year Cuc, and to1 have thi? Republicans
"which the people of the state h;t.ve from tlie western part of the county
to pay him.
vote for Mr. Borden and Mr. Jeffries,
If (his scheme should work" enough
When AVallcr K.-Kdjre \va," KOV-votes might be taken from Mr. Beroinor he WHS eli'eted on a platform of gen to defeat him.
ccoiiuniy and oilieieney, but his idea
! •
ff
*
ot" ei-Diioiny was to load up the state
Maybe the scheme will work. The
Vfiiih a ^rcai, numlier of unnecessary
He appointed a number of Republican machine, which lias tried
additional members of the hoard of ! three times*, to defeat My. Burden and
public utilityy commissioners and these wliich has failed each time, .is doubtU,
ith the hold-overs of the old less willing to try anything that may
drive him out of public life. Exceli)pai(l, have, the, power to fix the
prices wljk'h trolley'joads, gas/eorn- lent .work i'orthc \y elf are of the pubjuiiiies.'eUctric light" confpan'ies and lic cuts no figure with ihe Republican1
machiiu', either in the county at lnrf;'*
other corporations can charge.
or in Red Hank. What the Republican machine men want is not Jiicn in
, The-people have seon ivhat the pub- 'office, who will work for th'3>W£lfar&
lic utility commissioners can do along f the people, but men who will work
That line. The trolley companies ami for tin* welfare of the politicians.
other concerns li.ul got franchises 'J'hat is what they are in politics for.
through making eon tracts thai they
"would charge only a crrt.'iin price f'nr
• Automobile Tirc.s Stolen,
s'ares, etc. The public utility eomjnissioners made "scraps of paper" of :' Thieve.s hruke into .the garages of
Samuel
Kiker, Jr., and AV. Strothur
thcvie contracts and gave the corporations power to greatly increase their jjoncs of Middle town township Saturday night.
They got two tires
J'ares and their rat.es.
'from each garage.
•
T© the People of R e d Etarik
Your taxesjhave been running up fast during the past four yeari.
- This year your tax rate is
Th© Highest [email protected]
Do you want a change ? •
-
If you do, vote for the Good Government candidates named below. Their platform is: *M
Hundred Cents In Value for Every Dollar of Taxes; Uo Streets Given Away; [email protected] Secret Meetings; Mo ¥!n°
tern Manor Water Deal."
>
sj.
Red Hankers have just seen a piece
of their work in the reduced quality
of gas and the- higher price for gas
•which they must pay to the Consoli• da led gas company. Trolley roads
licreabouts have ini'reased their fares
beyond the price they had made cont r a c t s to carry passengers for, and
other coL'poiuLi*iii> have hail no diiliculty in gelling the public utility commissioners U permit them to increase
their rates.
* * *
Governor Edwards has appointed
another lot of public utility commissioners to take the places uf the men
lie had tired out of office. These new
"men have to |>e confirmed by the New
Jersey .senate. The senate was called
in sessiun yesterday liy Governor Kd"wards to act on . these nominations.
The senate is more than two-thirds
Republican. Did the senate confirm
any of these commissioners? Not one.
This is only. whiA might have been e.xyected from a lot of Republican senators. Increasing' the prices which
t'otporations may charge and making
the people pay these increased prices
apparently suits these Republican
senator* from the crown of their
"heads to the solvs uf their feet. But
liuw do the pe-upU'1 like it'.'
]ii!nicd
;:••* o i l
t h e
H.MV
HARRY MORFORD,
Candidate for Mayor,
of Atlantic Highlands
DEMOCRATIC GfUlDiATE FQi
JULIA M. KEOUGH,
Candidate for Collector.
County of Monmouth
"Paid for by committee of above candidates.
Republican
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Under Red Bank's iast Democratic administration with Mayors Horace P. Cook and
Robert El. HurSey, Red Bank's tola! tax rate
was ® 3 1 . 8 1 p e r $:
,\ i *',•* "
AVilliam A. Stevens of Long Hranch
is one of Ihe.-H' iii-pulilican ^rmitin-p.
The only relief from the excessive
burdens which (he cui'porations have
been* putting on the peopK1 is tlirougl)
i\ jnililic utility cnnimis.-ioii which will
.Jilijke Ihesr corporations ,put down
their r;itrs. Yet William A. Stevens
. • ! • IM
FOB
(Paid for*by T. Edward Jeffries
. , . Committee.)
GEORGE M. SANDT,
Candidate for Assessor.
Vote for
S3emqcratic Candidate
FRANCIS V. MANY,
Candidate for Councilman.
• 2,
.',f *:'• i-
refi:
ARTHUR B. WHITE,
Candidate for Councilman.
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Candidate for
SS THIS A FAIR SAMPLE OF BOASTED
8IUII
oMi-iai.;
by t h e giA enior.
Will him A. Si evens is a candidate
foi ri--clecli.ii! at the coming election.
livery perxui in MoninouLh- county
•who helirves tin1 increased schaii^eri
"wliich have heen put upon them a r e
unfaii, ought to vote against Inm, for
lie helped to stop the only method
He .stands for open speciiieaUons
"whereby the people can get relief
on all stall', county and municipal
from these excessive charges.
road contracts.
State senators are only the servants
While in the Assembly lie voted for
of the people, though they may often
"think themselves Liu- people's mas- the Workmen's Compensation law,
ters.
If William A. Stevens is re- 1'ultlic Liability law, and Lhc law roelected senator next'month, then the quiriMjc 1'i'llrr KrafTohlinif equipment
people of Monmouth county will de- to prevent injury to workmen.
serve not only all the increased
'.•barges for gas, electric light, trolley
He believes in a law that will lower
rfares and so on wliich have heen put
•upon them through the agency of the tlic premiums on employers who are
jiuldie utility commissioners, but they compelled by law to make provisions
•will deserve all the increased charges either by insurance or otherwise, for
"which these corporations may put upthe protection of their employees
on them in the future.
against accidents. ' '
He believes not only in ^ood
schools but in better schools.
He is President of the Ocean Township lioard of Kducatioti.
l l ' n i . l r.ir hy I I . G. V a n N c i l o CamimiKii C u m . )
Dr. John If. VanMatcr takes after
liis father in many ways. lie is him-,
csi, lie is .straightforward and he is
genial. 10very doctor lias great oppoi Until ie:- io do good in this world
of ours and John II. VanMater has
•never lost an opportunity to help a
-fellow wayfarer alontf the road of life
;tnd to give him a lift. The bite Kil"win lieeLmau, the sage and philosopher nf iMitldh'town, one'e said of IM1.
John II. VanMater that he was like
1haf ancient disciple of medicine wlm
\v;i.-: too in du.strums ami dm hard
"working a doctor to be very poor, and
too hom-:;t to !»c very rich. This delu-rihe.s .John II. VuhMater (o a nicety.
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.U\-A as.Inlm II. VanMater has been
*f;iilhful and ntleiitive anil hard wm'king and hoiii'sl. in Ids work' as a dec
"tin1, jtiht MO will In; be as idieiiff if he
i:. el't'ted to that ottiee. A man wlio
in tiiliived liy I lie people of his neighborhood as Or. John 11. VanMater is
lieioved by his frieiidn find neighbors
in (i safe man to lie up to, He thai is
laitiiful over few things will be faithful nver many thing?, and every : tep
in life which' \h. Jnhil II. VnnMaU'i'
lins lal.en hnn rlmwn thnt he will be
iailhful to whatever I runt is phiVil in
liiin, even unto tlie end.
STATE
REPUBLICAN ECONOMY!
He was three times elected to the
House of Assembly liy the people of
Munmoutli County in the years 191;"),
4II1 (i and ill 17. H E DESERVES
PROMOTION.
travel a score of miles from his Chapel Hill home on a winter evening to
t a k e part in a debate. He was an
honest, straight:forward old fellow,
genial iii his manner, and a friend of
.all the world.
After four years of Mayor Arthur' A. Patterson, ynder a Republican administration, Red
.Bank's £ax rate.is S 4 1 . 3 O p e r S i . O O O
aaid this after a Republican Congressional
candidate, T. Frank AppSeby, had raised
your assessments,
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Vote for George F. Wilson, Democratic
candidate for fViayor, unless you favor a still
higher tax rate next year. -
Branch9NJe
Chosen Freeholder
T h r e e ye-imt u g o I be U e p n b l i c a n
a n n e h i n e of M o i i t n o n t h c o u i i i y did itn
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w i A i d .
n:i C o m i t y
f o r t h e Itejiuliliran
liuiiiitnition f o r
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M r . I t e r g e n Intd lefu. vf\
I o o b e y llic Kepnhli«'iin l n a c h i n c w h e n C D i i i m c i . i l . i M I N I I , , a l l v u i r r s ' n n d d i x Illiyrr.;
ll.-uin,;
I I I , . 1,,.,it. i | i | , . n . ; l t , i < l f
i t h a d o r d e r e d h i m t o dn Iliingii w h i c h
l i e d i d n o t in-lieve WJIH I'HY t h e w c l f a r o i M c n n i i i i u l h f ' n u n l y ; i l l i c a r l .
Of iUti JR-ujiIe. ' A liuw.-ji.k..,.; t-. i:il
solicits
your
Tuesday, November 2d, 1920
Pnid for by ll.o W. Horry PoBlon Com.
committed to the-"Platform Pledges" of his Party, nnd to.the enactment of
such laws as will best promote the relief of Economic Distress; the encouragement of Industry and Agriculture; the defense of all of our Citizens, nnd
the best interests and needs of the County and State.
FOR FULL TERMAS
lie lias been .Sheriff live
months. His experience in this
office and years spent in public
service as a capable public ofticial
and practicing physician, especially fit him for the cilice of
SHERIFF of Monmouth County.
Last year, elected by the voters of this County to fill the unexplred
term of Senator Henry E. Ackeison, who had resigned from the Senate
body, Senator Stevens introduced and had passed, laws vitally important
to the Municipalities of this County, namely, making legally possible, contribution of part of the coat by the Board of Freeholders in the building nnd
maintaining of paved streets built by Municipalities connecting County
Roads; amending State Highway Act to permit of the building of Stnte
Highways through, all municipalities in this County; (heretofore State Highways could not extend into and through Cities of the size of Anbury Park and
Long Branch); providing for State Aid to Municipalities along the Ocean
Front in the Construction of Sea Walls, Bulkheads and Jetties to protect
against the encroachments of the Sea; amending the limitations imposed
under the Bond Act so as to .permit of the construction of Boardwalks, Pavilions, Piers, Bathing Houses and the acquisition of lands for Bnid purposes,
an amendment urgently needed for the Shore Municipalitico; amending the
School Law3 with regard to the County Attendance Officer and County Supervisor of Child Study; the passage of an Appropriation Bill for the building of the Inland Waterway Canal from Morgan to Camden, (afterwards
killed by the Governor), and securing the passage of other bills local in
character.-
Senator Stevens is a trained Municipal Lav/yer, and if you believe that
WOMAN VOTERS will suppoit
with the experience, acquaintances and knowledge he has attained ns your
him. It is a case of PERFORMrepresentative in the Senate lnst Winter, he will be the better able to serve
ANCE vs. PROMISE. As Maun
you for the next three years, he pledges his every effort to the duties that
may be required of him, and- earnestly solicits your Btipport on November
of his home town lie appointed a
2nd, next.
woman to public office., probably
. (Pnld for liy William A. Stovona ComDnlBn Committee.)
the lirst woman to hold office in
Monmotilh County. He has ;id\ticated ami worked for woman THE RIGHT MAN IN THE
RIGHT PLACE.
^uilnuie lor years.
VOTE TO GIVE HIM ONE FULL
TERM AS SHERIFF.
r . i r h v. 1 . I I . V .
is a member of the Real Estate artci Insurance
firm of Hendrickson & Stout.
BOY
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Respectfully
vote and support at the comng election,
who stands firmly
Paid for by George F. Wilson Cornmltteo.
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I Democratic Candidate
ATOR
Paid for by
George O. Hendricisson Committee.
Over sixtqen years to learn drug business. Steady all
year position for one willing to work with a good opportunity to learn'a remunerative business. Salary .$15 to
start.
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Red
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nnd STEAM FITTER]
Now is Iho time Io liava S^unmcea,
Stovog, Sinoiio Stacks, Gultera,
Londen oml ganeral plumlMDg put
in order before cold weather soSa
in.
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Emtmtalea given tos novt H a h o .
Ault aboutOioBow nipElisssheateV.' HOWAHDFRBK
CMinltary F»lumlili»*
.icsisjsotrfii St. H d
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, Do your E?ea burn or ItcliT
Do ther f«cl tlrt'il or ntralnstlT
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If so, liavfl your eyes e^amlnod; your
Blaasea may tie-eft & chatig®.
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A service of »ix yrnra na Freeholder of Monmoutli county him nindft
Willinm M. Ilig-gen familiar with tho
ncedn of the rnunty and with, t h o
mout economical nuttliodM of lillini?
theno necda. For the pant two years
he linn been director of the llnnrd of
Freeholder!!, which HIIOWH the conlidence nnd rcHprrl in which !u> in hold
by bin iiBsociatci! on the Ruurd.
Re-clccl Willinm M. HCI'K«II to tho
office of I''ri-clnildi'r nnd you m e contiiuiiiij; in office » man who liaa
Kerved the people faithfully and well.
Ho "known Che ropwi."
He luiowa
how to get stale roiid money for tho
rcintln 01 Motitnimth connty, how t o
get t h e prrunU'iit 'nenv'/it far tho
people of the county nt the leant <>xpeniie in tnxcn, .uml how t o fecurn
ijtiiti;' (io-opi'i-iitiou with county wolfc
arid BO ICBBIMI the font to the county.
(I'ahl for l.y Wllllmn Jj H>u.,,,, Cc,iJimftt«i.>:
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REO B KhX REGISTER, OCTOBER 20, 1920.
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Pegs Fifteen
RM wBiLtTGWil;
Hecker's orGold Medal
Barrel quantity, put up in two bags, total
weight, 196 lbs.
Same as above put up in wood, 196 lbs.
24£'.lb. Bag
12 lb. Bag 88c ,.
Mueller's Macaroni . _.
12|c
Puffed Rice or Puffed Wheat .... 13c pkg.
.A-unt Jemima's Pancake Flour . _I5c pkg.
Royal Baking Powder
2 | lb. can . _. $1.35
12 oz. can . _. 39c
Upton's Jelly Powder
. _10c pkg. I
Grape Nuts . _. =.
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16c pkg.
Quaker's Oats
13c pkg.
.. D. and G. Flour.
i
. _13£c pkg.
Princeine Baking Powder
16 oz. Can
. . - .T
.25c
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Mazola Oil
Quart Can . . . _
. _. _ ^_. _. _59c
Campbell's Beans . .
Can l i e
Hotel Astor Coffee
". _45c lb.
Gold Dust, Large pkg.
_. i . _28c .
Crisco, 6 lb. can
•. _$1.65
. Baker's Chocolate, Half Pound Cake 23c
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Palm Olive Soap
3 . cakes for 25c
Dozen cakes for 98c
-B. T. Babbitt's Soap
'_. -Cake, 7c
Swift's Arrow Borax Soap . •_ 5 cakes 33c
Fairy Soap ._
cake 6c
.Campbell's Soups . _,
_. _ .can 1 l£c
Coffee
Best Bulk
. . . _ . - 3 pounds $1.00 "
Baker's Cocoa
Sardines in Oil
alland
Oxfords
Values up to $13.50 .
Also a Very Special Lot
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Albert S. Miller.
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/'Shoes That Satisfy"
Broad Street,
' Reel Bank, N.
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is,open for business. You will now have a chance
to buy your fiirs and have your furs remodeled in Red
Bank instead"of taking them out of town. We make
fur coats of all sorts. Let us remodel your old furs.
We make them look like new. Our prices are reasonable and all work guaranteed. Give us a trial and you
will be convinced.
AH Cars Stop at Our Door
CONTRACTORS.
Notice is hereby given that scaled
Inds will he received by the -Board of
Chosen Freeholders of the County of
Monmouth for the reconstruction (if
.Mlcnlown .Bridge, No. V-V2, at Mill
pond, Allentown, Monmouth County,
New Jersey, and opened and read in
pt liic at the room^ of the Hoard,
( ourt Hotise, Freehold, New Jersey,
oi October 27th, 11)20, sit 11:01) a. m.,
•4 indard time.
Diasvin^s and .specifications for the
pi'iposed work, prepared l.y (!eorne
1) Cooper, County Kn^ineer, iiavi:
I)KII filed in the office of said Engineer, 01) Broad street, Red Bank,
New Jersey, and may be inspected by
prospective bidders during business
hours. The standard proposal form is
attached to the specifications, copies
of which wil! be furnished on application to tlie Kn^ineer.
Plans and .specifications will he furnished to prospective bidders upon
payment of ten dollars ($10.00),
which amount will be refunded upon
icturn of plans and specifications before the time specified for the opening of bids. .
Bids must be made on the standard
! proposal forms in the manner desig:j nated therein and required hy tho
(specifications, must be enclosed in
- sealed envelopes, bearing the name
I and address of the bidder and name
; of proposed work on the outside, addressed te the Board of Chosen Free- holders of the County of Monmouth,
' and must be accompanied by a. certified cheek for a sum equal to ten
(10) per cent of the amount bid oil
the work, payable to the order of the
Collector of the County of Monmouth, and must he delivered at the
place and on the hour above named.
The Hoard of Chosen Freeholders
| of the County of Muninouth reserves'
the l'i^ht to reject any or all bids if
deemed to llie be;st interests of tho
County so to do. '••.
By order of tlie 'Hoard of Chosen
11 Freeholders-of the County of Monmouth.
WILLIAM M. BERGEN,
Director.
Attest:
C. E. CI.O.SK,
Clerk.
NOTICE OF HtC.ISTHY AND ELECTION.
Nuti.-e is hi-r.lv -MV,-n tlmt :i C.-n.-iiil Kl...-ll I l l i
-Hhl fur tho T.iwnship of
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S t a t e nf Ni-u
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Notice o l Reeiatratioii.
A m i f u r t h e r t a k e untie, 1 t h a t tlie C n u n t y
Hoard nf Klei-tinil^ will M a l - l l l r i r i.l'l.-e l i t
tile Cnlli-t II"ll:-e. 1-1,-i-hnlil. N . .1 , ml I linir;.lay. U.-IDIH-I- J S . a n d l'iiii,i>. 0,-t.ili,-,- 21).
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t):OU I 1 . M. f..i- t h e iiiirin.si. of r.-visinu a n . !
t - i . n - . . l i n i . t h e ltt-k'i:-tiy I,i*t5 in t h e C o u n t /
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Notice In A b s e n t e e V o t e r s .
Any el,,
fnr tin; fi.-.ii eral Kleetii.n, w i n . l.y reason n( inability
' tlir.nurh i])ii,-^i m- a h -iit-e
. from the County
in w h i c h h e lesi.le.i i
unable to cast hi-l.
b a l l o t o n tlie .lay nf t h - Cenernl Eketlon lit
the pnllinir lila.-e in th Election ni.triot in
whiell hi- is rci:i-,t,-r.-.l. May nmlce nptilieati.ia
tho Muiiiein.il Clerlf
for a n nffloial I.-ill--! t
in a n y M u n i . i|,;ilily in whieh he resl.lea o r
| t o t h e C.nmtj
limn.! ,.f 10leetioii,i of ||it>
I C o u n t y nf M.iiinnnitli. u or hefure Tuea.lny
, Oetobei- 1 '.Iin, 1H20. urnu fui'iiiitl'npplleallnn
1 will h e fniwai.U-.I naid elector lllld wlil-n
.properly
Illleil o u t .. ,l letucned to ttlt>
C o u n t - lloar.l o f ' K l e . ' l otiH of the Cimnty of
M n n a . n u l l i , uli.-n mi ii ii.entei; liallut wil'l ))ll
i furw..r.led I , . »u.-li ,-l,-,
C O I . N ' I Y H U A I t n U1-' 1CL1CCI I O N S
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III-' Till-: I'(.iliNTlf O F M O N M U i n ' K .
Dllte.l Septemlier V'll. 11120,
l-'ie.linld, N -.1
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$4.35
$2.50
Mail or telephone orders to the amount
of $5.00 &r over received from Keansburg, Middletown, New Monmouth, Port
Monmouth or Belford Promptly
Delivered-.
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Broken Assortment of Sizes
can 20c
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Ladies' Oxfords
._.._. 3 cans for 25c
Red Dog, per bag ._.
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Wing Tip,. Brogue and Regular Patterns
. _. _I lb can 25c
Armour's Condensed Milk
Bran, per bag,,
MRS. MARY WALLING S3 YEAKS
OLD,
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Fishing Semon, About Cloiing, Was
Not Very Profitable One—Geoi-sa
Lukor Dutinftmha* Hirccclf in
Sunday Ball C:.HO.
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Mra. Mary Walling, who lives with
her SOTT,' leadore Walling of Port
Monmouth, was 93 years old Frida}.!
She received many cullern and gifts. |
Mr*. Walling has been on the sick i
list, but she in getting better. For |
one of her years she is a remarkable |
woman. She enjoys the use of all i
her faculties and her friends say that |
at ft party or gathering she is us.
young as anyone.
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The fishing Benson is drawing to
a close. It has not been a particular
ly profitable year for most of the fishermen, but some big catches of weakfish, Itutturfish and croakers have
been made the past week.
George Luker of Belford distinguished himself Sunday playing
right field on the Atlantic Highlands
baseball team against Highlands. ' I t
was n position he has not played in
years, but he did some wonderful
fielding, among other things running
into bushes over his head and pulling
down a ball which ordinarily would
have gone for a home run. He aUo
did some heavy batting. Many Belfprdites" went to Atlantic Highlands
to sue Luker perform. They say that
Lnker cant be put wrong in any position on a ball team unless he is put
on the bench, where he cant play but
must look< on.
A sociable and entertainment was
given by the pupils of the Port Monmouth school Friday (light.. Miss
Gladys Johnson gave a piano solo and
played the music for the entertainment. Including two cakes which
sold for $2, about $20 was cleared.
The money will be used for social
work in the school.
Miss Eola Casler, Misa Nana Helwjg, John Hillyer, Wesley Coddington and Thomas Roberts at .the New
Monmouth Baptist church Sunday
night described their recent stay at
Atlantic City, where tfiey were delegates to the state Christian Endeavor
convention.
Frank Hower of Navesink has
bought a Ford automobile from J.
Parkcs of Red Bank. Mr. Hower seem ed the car through an advertisement which Mr. Parkes placed in the
want columns of The Register.
Miss Alma Williams of Atlantic
Highlands is a new member of the
lodge of Paughters of Liberty of Bilfora. After 'her initiation Friday
night dancing and refreshments weie
enjoyed by the lodge members.
Adam Linzmayer of Navesink grew
a fine lot of sweet potatoes" this year.
Some of the potatoes were veiv
large. One weighed two pounds and
five ounces and another weighed a
pound and fifteen ounces.
The ladies' aid society of the N.ivt
sink - Methodist church will hold a
ruinmngo sale tomorrow in Nave-sink
Hall. The Kale will begin at ten
o'clock.
Mrs: George Willett of Port Mon
mouth liar, been spending several
days with her daughter, Mrs. M it
thias Avnmon of Itiverhead, Long
Island.
J. Hamilton Braiaard and family
have moved from the Timolat place
to a house at Navesink, which was
recently bought by Marion Brainard
Miss Ethel Natke of Pawtucket,
Rhode Island, and Mrs. Kjed Octtel
of Port Lee were recent guests of
Mrs. Adam Linzmayer of Navesink
Rev. _and Mrs. F. H. Carter of
Ohio are occupying the Methodist
parsonage at Navesink. Mr. Cartel
succeeds Rev. Roy H. Ellinghouse.
Mias Lillian Hower, • who teaches
school at Point Pleasant, apent the
week-end with her sister, Miss Josephine. Hower of Navesink.
Miss Anna May Langford of Belford on Saturday night celobratpd her
birthday with a party at which about
thirty guests were present.
There is little change in the condi-.
tion of Mrs. Annie Dejinis of Port
Monmouth, who has been very sick
several weeks.
Mrs. Mildred Williams, of New
York spent part of last week with her
mother, Mrs. John E. Williams of
Navesink.
Mrs. A. II. Sutphen of New Monmouth has recovered from sickness
and she is out ngain.
The Navesink ladies' aid society
will hold a rummage sale tomorrow
at Navesink hall.
Mrs. Bert Franklin of Port Monmouth gave birth to a'soli last week.
A smoker was held last night at
the Navesink library.
19 Broad Street
HED BANK,'- N. J.
C.
WHEN YOU ARE SICK, YOU GO TO THE DOCTOR. IN
TROUBLE, YOU GO TO ft LAWYER. YOU GO TO THE
DENTIST ABOUT YOUR TEETH AND TO THE TAILOR FOR
CLOTHES. EVERY ONE OF THEM CHARGES FOR HIS
SERVICES.
THE BANKER GIVES YOU HIS ADVICE FREE AND_
GIVES IT TO YOU ABOUT THE MOST IMPORTANT THING
YOU OWtf-^YOUR MONEY.
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5 2 Bratichport Avenue
LONG BHANCH, U. J.
AH Kinds of Alterations
Specialist for Leaky Roofs
ARE
COME TO US ABOUT YOUR MONEY AFFAIRS. WE
HERE TO SERVE YOU.
PUT YOUR MONEY IN OUR BANK.
NOTIC1:'. ( l l ; S
Kslille of Wllll
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YOU WILL RECEIVE 1 PER CENT INTEREST.
Telephone 1OB-W L,oni) Brunch
GROCERIES,
PROVISIONS,
GENERAL MERCHANDISE
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Hay, Straw and Grain.
PORT MONMOUTH, N. J.
Telephone Keansburg' 21 :
Red
Co.
- Hi. A. II I'r.'ll.
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U'll.l-IAM II, (iOADin
Formerly First National Bank
It will snyo you n lot of work and
worrlment and wont coal you IM much
4M if you did tho wojrk yournelf.
Lot mo give you an catimuto.
JAMES WOtXOTT
IS WillUn. Streot, R«4 BmaU, N. J.
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ELECTRIC
and Maintaining.
Gas and' Electric I
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doublesilk'fringes to match at the amazing tlow price of $ 4 0 . 0 0 Coinplete.
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We also have a full line of Table Lamps in Brass, Florentine and Roman Gold, with art shades, ranging in prices from $9.00 upwards.
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WHY NOT
Four Residents of This Place on
Their Way to Florida in an Auto.
ON STATEN ISLAND?
We
havt> ju.-it completed four beauMr. .and Mrs. John Sldclmore, Miss
tiful modem lioniea lit • Huguenot
Harriet Skidmorc and Charles T.
Park, less than an hour from New
Long left Monday for an automobile
York. 'Excellent t-xpruM train service, boating and bathinK facilities.
trip to Florida, where they will spend"
EiKht uml eleven rooms, ample
the winter. They took tamping outliaths. stoum heat, electric liflit anil
fits with them.
City water.
PRICKS S12.O0O to $21,000.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry C. Root and
Little i-nah ri'uuircil.
Krlmoimbiu
their two children of Middle-town,
teimrt. Immediate occupancy.
Miss Gertrude Kemp of South AmIf intere.-itcd consult your, broker
boy and William Heyer of Belford.
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Getty, Inc., Builders
359 W. 26lh St.. N. Y. C.
Cliol.cn 250
Emerson Quackcnbush.
Mrs. H. S. Wilso.n spent Saturday
and Sunday with her sons at Newark.
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Burton Blades
and Mr. Hershley of New York spent
part of last week here.
Rev. ami M'rs. Herbert Smith have
been entertaining friends from Mul-.
lica Hills.
A fight which threatened to grow
into a race riot took place Saturday'
at. the railroad station between a
white man and a colored man who
were haulinp material for the new
concrete road at Red Bank. No one
129 W. Front Street
was arrested but considerable facial
damage was done. The fighters were
Red Bank, N. J.
fired by their boss.
The members of the welfare committee of the women's club met
Wednesday at Mrs. V. Parker Wilkinson's. After the meeting the women enjoyed a cafeteria luncheon.
Miss Hazel Lyon of Brooklyn and
Miss Ethel King of Newark spent'
Saturday and Sunday with Mrs. Paul
Oschwald.
EATONTOWfl NEWS.
No One Yet Appointed to Succeed These rugs are on the way from
the mills at Yonkers and I expect to
Harry Mundell as Watchman.
have them in time for this sale.
The township, committee last
Wednesday night accepted the resig- ALSO 10 BALES OF JAPANESE
nation of Hairy Mundell as night
CREX RUGS
watchman, but decided to keep him
on the job until his successor is have already arrived and'will be on
sale
Friday
and Saturday.
named. William Riddle and Charles
Hayites have made applications for @ about 40 per cent below wholethe j»b.
sale price.
A horse owned by Charles Covert
was badly cut last week when it got They are all Oriental designs.
Tan, green, blue.
entangled in n wire fence.
These rugs are more evenly woven
George Meyers, who is employed
by the Gulf refining company, is en-and much finer than the last lot I had
joying a vacation, part of which he on sale.
is spending at New York.
3x12
$6.98
John L. Meyers of (Pennsylvania
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$S.98 .
visited the public school ' Mondny.
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$3.98
He was formerly principal of the
school.
Rug-of this kind to a
. Mrs. Mary Demarest and Mrs. Min- Only One
as there are not'half
nie Demarest are sick with heavy customer
enough
to
go
around. Remember
colds.
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the prices are for Friday and SuturEdward Evnns expects to go toonly.
Florida next month to spend the winter. Last week he bought a gun
from Frank Demarest for duck
hunting.
Jacob VanBrunt bought two hound
dogs last week.
Miss Sarah Nivison and her niece
have returned from the Catskills,
where they spent the summer.
Sylvanus Kmmons has recovered
from quinsy sore throat.
A lecture for women only will be
given in the Presbyterian chnpcl Friday night by Miss Davron, who iB engaged in national social service work.
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That is the Motto of this Bank.
In times like these it means much to you to'have your account in a strong bank in all
that banking strength implies.
It is our purpose to do more than to accept your deposits and transact ordinary banking
business. „,
We take a personal interest'in the success of our customers, and are ready at all times
to assist in the solution of their business or financial problems.
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4% paid on Interest accounts of any amount.
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Next to O'Brttn's. Plumbing Shop
Ford Touting £air for sage, In first-class
condition.
We Have
RED BANeC, N. J.
The Largest and Strongest Bank in
PHonmouth County.
Total Hesources Over
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The undersigned is about to make a trip to
Europe and during his absence his jewelry ^tore
will be closed. In order to dispose of the stock
nowonhand, big reductions have been made on
every article in the store. This is your opportunity if you want to save money on anything
in the jewelry line. While in*Europe I will
secure new stock for my store from the best
foreign markets.
Next Friday and Saturday
From 25% to 40% Below
Regular Prices
Clarence White, Red Bank
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Read these prices on Real Shoes
Women's $5.95,most of them worth
much more.
A Girl's patent leather, low heel,
lace Shoe, 2lA to 7, at $6.35.
Girls' and Women's low beet, walking Shoes, 2Vz to 7, $4.50, $4.73,
$4.95.
Big bargains in Women's Oxfords
and Pomps, ask to see them.
Men's All Leather Shoes, $4.65 to
$6.50.
Boys' All Leather Shoes, $2.95 to
$3.75.
Girls' Shoes, $3.50'to $4.65,
Small Children's Shoes, $2.00 to
$3.00.
Some of these are my regular stock
I'm selling every day and no fuss
about it. Others are considerably
reduced.
You can find Shoes in my store
priced as low as anywhere, only
when you buy here you can know
they are good ones.
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Buy rubbers early. Weather will
change. ,
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But Good Ones,
at Clarendfe White's, Red Bank
STRENGTH
Everything for the Wireless Amateur
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SHREWSBURY NEWS.
21 E. Front St., Hod Bank
Phono 2O£>
Presbyterians Contribute $190 for
Relief of Armenians.
, Aii offering of $190 was made by
U\e Presbyterian congregation for the
relief of tile Armeninno Sunday.
Rally day was observed al the church,
with the children, in charge of the
morning nervite. Edwin and Elizabeth Hobbs «nng n duet, Dorothy and for Flooro, Walls, Hearths and ManGladyB I.ayton gave solos and Eliza- tel Facings, Brass and Wrought Iron
beth Caaler and Harold Kelly Bang n Fireplaces, Andirons, Fendcro, Firo
duet.
Seta and Gnu Logo. Wood nnd Tile
'Mm. Kdwin Hobbs \a acting an organist or Trinity church at Ilcd Ilnnk. Mantelii, Medicine- Cabinotn and Tile
Mrs. .lucol) Shoemaker and Miss in Bathroom Acceaoorlos.
Emma Holmes havo returned from n
visit tit Hidgrtic'lil Park.
14 Monmouth St., Red Bank
Mr. and Mm. Henry Billing won
TfLEl'llONK 520J.
prizes last week at a euchre pnrty» at
Kntontown
for
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benefit
(if
fit.
Dor\ .
othea1!! church.
changes which will make the building
Jamo.i Ciwey, Jr., and CliarleM A. more miitnble for housing the new
McClaskcy me new lircmcn.
ajfparatufi.
At ii special nu'etiiifr of tho firemen
Mm. Wesley Hurley lias recovered
hint week }t contract was awarded to from aicldien.n mid she in around
Winftfld K. Wulhwriglil to muke ngiiin.
L Ellsworth Alexander
TILES'
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The sag<?s of old spoke of bread as "the staff
of life," and now in modern times Dr. Taylor of
the University Of .Pennsylvania and a member of
the recent U. S. commission investigating food and
health conditions in Europe, says that bread, butter and raw whole milk contain all the elements
necessary for a perfectly balanced food.
* Bread is your best food. Eat more of it, especially when you can get such fine flavored, nourishing bread as
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Ask Your Grocer For It
CHILD'S BAKERY
Red Bank, N. J.
Bread is your best food. Eat more bread.
.RED .^MUSSS^^[2S£Li2i 1&2°GeOi W . Sawiag,
Seventeen
J>IED IH KANSAS COY.
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James Glennon .haa moved from CKarfts 1. Gordon, Former Had Batik
Lav/yea*, Dieet Last Week.
Eivisr street to Trenton, where ho U
Charles Irving Gordon of Kansas
employed in a linoleum factory.
City,
Missouri, a former resident' of
M«eg Ivina 1ms moved from
George Mill-ward's house on Kiyer Red Bank, died of pneumonia on
BED B i l J I N. J.
s t e e t to a house owned by Mr. Mill- Monday of laat week. He was 05
Paid While Lesraiag,
years old and was a lawyer. For
ward on Tilton avenue.
OFFICE lU E1SHEB BUILDING.
Mrs. Howottl Jeffrey of Marion many yeara he hud u law ofiice in Red
Steady Work.
Bank. He was bcrn in ,Middle-town
street gave bivth to a son Sunday,
Mia, John Warden of Washington G.n& was a son of Catherine and
Apply to
g&Q-J.
street waa operated on on Monday at Chlulea Gordon. lie leaves two (tons
ssnd a daughter, they being Joseph P.
the Long Branch hospital.
Mies Margaret Soden of White's Gordon of Red Bank, Charles I. Goro5 All
roatS underwent an operation for up- don, Jr., of Brooklyn, and Mrs. Elinor
70-72 Bread SCa-eat, Red Bus'.:.
Bendieitia Friday at the Long Branch Prentira of Hartford, Connecticut.
j He' also leaves two siatera, Mrs. Wilnospital.
Non-Partisanly Explained and Illustrated by
j ' M s . Tliomaa Voorhis of Peters liam E. Winter and Misis Anna GorAuctioneer.
place, who recently underwent an don of Mlddletown township. The WALTER FIELDS,
MRS.
MARY WOOSTER SUTTON, LL. M.,
operation at the Spring Lake hospi- body was brought to Red Bank and
tho. funeral was held yesterday aftal, is recovering,
and iin^
By direct conversational method.
Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Osborn of ternoon at the funeral parlors of AlBridge avenue left Tuesday of Wat bert W. Worden, Jr. of Rev. William
Most
practical
way
for
business
AlJUKESS BY
week on an automobile trip to Wash- B. Braisted was in charge of the The Subscriber having cold Iits farm will hold a public s&lo on the farm
service. The burial was at Fair View
ington and Virginia.
and professional men to learn to
known as
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Miss , Dorothy Moss of Shrews- cemetery.
CAFTAIN DIJfON'S F A R M
use languages in commercial
bury avenue ia spending a week nt
ON THE STATE PUBLIC HIGHWAY FROM
New York.
SICK ONLY THREE DAYS.
Tife.
Individual instruction.
W o m e n a n d nu'ii <>t a l l p a r l i e s c o r d i a l l y i n v i t e d t o c o n i c .
Mlsa Isubelle Marka of Newark
vress n recent guest of her aunt, MrB. Mios Catherine Kinney of Rumson
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(Paid
for by Democratic Campaign Cginniitli'u.)
Margaret E. Gray of Shrewsbury
EXPERT NATIVE TEACHER
Died Monday of Heart Disease.
H. A. DAV1SON, TiTiisurer.
avenue.
Jtflss Catherine Kinney of Rumaon
Miss Goldie Becker of Shrewsbury died of heart disease Monday after
ALL PRACTICAL BUSINESS
avenue haa been spending a few days a sickness of three (lays. She was 44
at New York.
12:00 O'CLOCK SHARP.'
yeara old and leaves a sister,1 Mrs.
COURSES.
Miss Charlotte Bottichcr and Mrs. Margaret Daly, and three brothers,
Oliver Strylter of Hector pluee spent Edward, William and Daniel Kinney,
of Farm Stock and Implements, as follows:t
Friday with Mrs. Wallace B, Bunkin all of Rumson. The funeral was held 2 HoTsea, pood work team; 2 Cows, ext.ni izooii, coming in fresh in January,
of Fair Haven.
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this morning1 "at Holy Cross churcji at ono is five years old; two-horse Farm \yngon, Hurley make; low down Wagon
A daughter vmn born a lev/ days Humson and a requiem high mass was with log bolster, two-liorse 4-sprlng Marltet Wagon, one-horseCun-mife, 3agng» to Mrs. Frank Loversidgc of Her- chanted By Rev. Michael H. Calluhnn. B«r WiiKon, 2 sets Double Harness, 2 sets lieavy Single .tjUu*nea?, n>V 1'Bl'tS(1U
bert Btrect.
The burial was at Mount Olivet ceme- also u set of lisht Double Harness; Farmers'.Favorite Gtiian Piillv'new; MowMiss Hannah A. Cook of Bergen tery.
ing Machine, Hoover Potato Digger, new; Aspiifwull Potato 1'lanler, nt:\y;
plnCe and Mrs. Elizabeth Walling of
60-tooth Hartow, Acmc.IIuiTaw, Iron Ati«"Riciiiig Cultivator. RtggB Plow,'2
Subset avunue -spent"- part, of lust
twef-horso Plows, one-hbrse Plow, 4 sirip;!e Cultlviitors, Wecder, Ttfonias Seed' .Monmouth County Surrogate's Office.
VICTIM OF PNEUMONIA.
weejt with relative's at New York.
Sower, Hay Slielvings, Sod Cutter, Roller, Hay and Stalk Cutter, new; Grind Notice to crcilitursi to present clfiims against
John Carroll and family have
Allaire Died Suddenly on Stone, Wheel Harrow, Ladders, Forks, Shovels, Rakes, etc.; Tent, 1 r»x2f) ft.; In the inattifi- of the cstatv of Cnrolinu M.
moved from Monmouth street to Milford S.Monday
Rope, sixty feet, one inch; Sriray Pump in (rood order; 25 Hot lied Sash, 00- . Ccttt-i'll, dorciirtetl.
Night.
Jlviple avenue. Mvs. Elizabeth Gimt
fiallon Kerosene Tank, 30-gallon Gasoline Tank, Fairbanks Scales, 50 Chickt« the order of Joijcph L. DonnMil
:ilford/S. Allaire of Thr,
rockmor- ens, 500 bushela Ear Corn, 2 tons of good Timothy Hay, 2,000 Sheaves Cbrri- Ii:tyjI'wr-iiiiut
nnd her daughter Audrey of Wallace
HurroKhte of t h t County of Mormiuuth.
street have moved into the house for- ton avenue died .suddenly of pneu- stalks, hand-bound. Also some Household Furniture, a good Kitchen Wood mii-lc on tlur twrnty-viKlith iluy of August,
monia Monday night after a sickness Ktove and a Parlor Conl StWe.
11*20, on the npplu-ntiun of • Fri'drrlck ' Wflitffl,
merly occupied by Mr. Carroll.
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••xrcutoi (if the e.itiiti!'of Caroline M, Cottn-11.
Miss Dorothy Conklin of- Oakland of only three days. He Wfis forty
CONDITIONS:—All sums under $20.00', cash; all sums over $20.00, ih'coiispil, notice in hfit'liy f.;ivcn to the credyears
old
and
he
was
a
son
of
the
late
i t o r of 'Hiiid dro«a(ipil t<> txhiliit to the'sub.
street ia employed aa a stenographer
Emma and Anthony M. Allaire. He nine months' credit on note with frood security. Five per ce{t£olV for cash.
HCiiber, . executor na nfovosnid, their debts
in the Bocinl service organization.
Will^ilso offer at the same time 1 one-ton Chevrolet Truck, nearly new; nnd ileniiirula against tin1 said estate, un«lor j
Mias Agatha Fitzpnlriek and Miss leuv.es a brother, Harry C. Allaire of' 1 1917
ontli.
within six months from tlie riatt- of tlio ••Touring Car in good condition and 1 11*19 i'M) Chevrolet nrorc»ni>l
OHUT, or they will bo forever I 9
Elizabeth Mnnniiip; of Chicago spent, Bergen place. .The funeral will be Touring Overland
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last week with Mr. and Mrs. Jnmes held tomorrow night at the house and
GEORGE E. ROGERS; Inside Clerk.
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the burial will be in the family plot
Jackson of Sunset avenue.
" D.-iti'd'l-'rveliuld, N. J.. An^iist 2Rth, 1920.
F. Ei STURM, Outside Clerk.
Eden S. Ewing, Jr., of Philadel- at Sleepy Hollow, New York.
IHEDERICK WJSIGEL.
E. HILT-SRUNNER. '.
•18 IJaterfton St., New Brunswick, N. J.
phia, spent Saturday and Sunday
Georgo O. HendricUnon,
with his parents, Mr. und Mvs. Eden
S. Ewing of Shrewsbury avenue.
Democratic candidate for assessor, is
Mildred Tetley, daughter of Louis u member of the real ebtate and inJ. Tetloy of Chestnut street, ia sick surance firm of Hcndrickson & Stout
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with scarlet fever.
Otto Aumaok,' who recently sold (I'lllil for by C c o m O. HouilrleliHon Cum.)
his house on Leroy pluee, haa moved
Pinna Bnrgnins.
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to Log Angeles, California.
See our advertisement on Bjpthei
Policeman Osborn Harrison of
page
of
this
issue.
Tuating's,
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Bridge avenue is enjoying a vacation,
part of which ho is spending in New Monmouth street.—J dvertisement.
Absolutely to the high bidder, without reserve, will be sold at my sales and exchange stable, opposite
York state, where hia mother is stop*>-.-«»
ping for the benefit of her health.
Luke Longhead 1B .a great holpei
Central Railroa^ Station,
Mr. Harrison will be back on duty when it cornea vo selling things.—AdFREEHOLD, NEW JERSEY,
Sunday.
vertisement.
Lawyer Theodore Parsons is spendRESOLUTIONS.
ing a vacation in Massachusetts.
WHEREAS, on October llth'i 1020, Gpcl in
Iliii nlmlKhty imivUlenci Uunitflil It bwt
Assistant Prosecutor John J. Quinn
to remove from our miihit (»ur beloved
AT 12:30 O'CLOCK SHARP, THE FOLLOWING:
of Bergen place has bought a Stutz nintc-r,
Julcttc Ilcnimtt, a member of I'iautomobile.
tlclity Council. No. 'I'i, SOTIH am! DniiKh60
HEAD SELECTED NEW YORK STATE COWS.
U-r.i of Liberty Hince it.i bocinnints:;
Mrs. Edmond Neatler of Broad
That wlille we- deeply mourn
Fiesh and close.springers, some with calvos,.by side. Kifty lieiul of this lot are hifjli jri.ide IIoMems,
etreet last week won a prize at a card iVHEH.OLVED,
loss* mill ronret Hint we ahull ami lior m
as
good
as
can
be
found.
They
have the size, color and aj;e, and record. They give ab high ab t>l> lbs.
party at the Hotel Astor nt New York moro, IVP, the oflflctTS and members of Kiper day; big, long; milkors.
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Council, ilo hereby oxlcnd to tbe relfor the benefit of tho German relief ilcllty
lllvei of the Jecenseil our heartfelt sym10 HEAD EXTRA JERSEYS AND GUERNSEYS,
eociety, of which Mrs. Nestler is apathy
in t l m the hour of their irrcnt trouble
member.
younp, stiaight and right in every way. •
TiLLii; M A H T I N ,
MABV VANHHUNT,
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert W. Hill, Mr.
All of these cattle have been government tested and certifiLYDIA
rtVKKER.
and Mrs. Charles Leach, Mr. and Mrs.
cate? can be furnished with any desired. You take no chance in
Committee
Edward S.-Allaire, Mr. and Mrs. Al- Attest:
buying cattle like these. I spent more than two weeks in New
bert S. Miller and Mrs. J. A. Mac- ETTA W. SMITH.
Yoilc state and kept to my purpose of securing the best that
donnld motored to Shivwnco, Pennsylittc-ney could buy. I succeeded in my mission and the next niovo
IN
MEMORIAM.
vania, laat Thursday and saw the In Had nnd loving remembrance of our
is youis This is my first fall sale at home and T accepted none
Telephone 306-M
Buckvvood Inn golf tournament. Mr. beloved molhoi-. Mm., Annie WentrofT. wbo
but the best. It will pay you to come see some real, milch cows.
Hill and Mr. Leach,toolcpart. in tha ilupuUd thia.WcvUctbber 13th, M1J,, . j .
1'lie blow wnn.linrd, the ifliock severe,
30 HEAD LOCAL HOME COWS. '
tournament.
To part with one we loved HO denr.
Many of this lot are winter cows,'coming in through the
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Compton of find loved her no, uml thouisht it bent.
winter. A chance for farmers to get what they want and to buy
West Pittston, Pennsylvania, are So He took our beloved mother to eternal
rent.
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at their own price. They must he sold for what they bring at
upending several days with their son,
the
sale
Bearly
loved
anil
Badly
miwned
by
her
H. S. Compton of Brnneh avenue.
10 HEAD HEIFERS AND BULLS.
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"With them is their daughter, Miss uinhtevB, Alice, Horn anil Edna.
Mary Compton. Miss Compton will
Some of these hulls are big enough for service; extra fine stock bulls
IN
MEMORIAM.
Prices must conu' down. Y'oii kimw il, We know it.
25 HEAD HOGS AND SHOATS.
Bail Monday to engage in missionary
memory of n lovini: husband nnd fathe
' work in.India. This will be her third whoIn died
These will be brought in'to be sold on commission and they, as well as everything offered at my
Wi? ai:e nrdmni;- as little :is possible in the hope of a slump.
October Kith, l'.HH.
year of missionary work in that couniin\e from UB but not I'liviTotteii.
sales, must go for the high dollar, no matter what tin- offer. Other articles of stock and utensils will be
Meanwhile the whole business world is upset.
ANNA K. DAVIS.
try.
offoied also
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REMEMBER THE DATE.
Miss Nellie Walsh lins returned
SCIENCE
SOCIETY,
Rain or shine, sale will be held as I have plenty of roof. All of these goods must be sold regardless
to stabilize prices. When inamifadurcrs and dealers alike
from a week's vacation at New CHRISTIAN
B4 Dread St., Red Eaulf. N. J.
of puce offered. Your bid is my price. I am in the cattle business twelve months in the year and I
bei;in to cut their profits for the sake of restoring confidence,
Haven, Connecticut.
BerviccB—Sundaj 11:00 A. M., U:00 P. El
must ti eat my patrons right. All cattle must be as represented or else no sale, that's the wny I do busiMr. and Mrs. George Hickcy of
/the whole country will see a return ol normal conditions. Our
Sunday-School—0:85. A. M.
ness
You
are
welcome,
and
invited,
to
come
look
this
stock
over
and
test
them
out
any
time
before
day
Wctlncador Evening Teatlmoniol Mcctlnffi
Wallace street are spending two
'pjirt to stabilize prices is a reduction in the following merof snle. We want every patron to be perfectly satisfied sp that they will return again when in need of
—8:00 P . M,
•weeks at Highbridgc, New York.
ilcadins Room—WedncBdam and Sunday!
additional stock.
chandise:
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MisS I.oretta Lang of West Front from 2 ;S0 t o 4.80 P. M.
DELIVERY—Two railroad stations convenient to sales stables, also three auto trucks will be on
Tho public ia cordlnlly Invited t o visit
street spent Saturday and Sunday
20c.
Socks,
Black,
Tan
and
All
Colors,
2
pail's
for
25c
gionnds day of sale for service at reasonable rates.
with Miss Warren DeVergenies of t h s Keadlns Room and t o the services.
25c. "Duraham" Socks, Black, Cordovan, Navy, Gray,
CONDITIONS:—Liberal credit given.
New York.
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Mrs. E. Donnelly of Brooklyn is
TWO AUCTIONEERS, George H. Roberts and T. V. Yctraan.
25c. and 30c. Extra Heavy Canvas and Tan, Gray, Blue,
visiting Mrs. William Shields of
GEO W. PATTERSON, JR., AND SON, Clerks. NO DULL MOMENTS.
Prospect avenue.
Black Jersey Gloves
-. 20c
JACOB ZLOTKtN.
Phone 168-W.
Daniel H. Cdok' of "Shrewsbury
$1.75 Blue Overalls (union made), made good and
avenue spent part of last week at
roomy
$1.35
Atlantic City.
$2.25 Triple Stitched, Extra Heavy Black Sateen or Blue
Miss Kitty Oakeg of Holmdel
moved today into the house on Locust
Shirts
$1.65
avenue which she bought a short
$1.35 Blue Chambry Shirts, well made and full size. . .$1.00
time ago from Mrs. Patrick Hackett.'
$1.75 Polc-a-dot Work Shirt, guaranteed fast color. . .$1.35
Mias Oakes is a dressmaker and sho
$2.00 Dress Shirts
$l.S0
will continue her business in her Red
Bank home.
15c. Handkerchiefs, in White, Blue, Red, Khaki
10c
3 [email protected] 5 O'Cloelc, Thursday Afternoon, Oeteter 21,1§20
Hon. Elmerifi. Geran
Lean Plate Beef,
18c Ib I
Forequarters Lamb,
25c Ib f
Sugar Cured Shoulders, - 25c Ib I
Fresh Shoulders,
32c Ib |
Legs of Lamb, •-. 35c Ib |
Regular Hams,
• 36cIb I
Jelke Good Luck Margarine, - 40c Ib !
Homemade Sausage,
45c Ib &
roll
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Broad and Front Street
Church News.
An entertainment will be given
Friday night at the Reformed church'
under the direction of Mrs. Wallace
B. Ranldn. About 35 children will
take part and there will bo several
vocal solos.
:
Bishop Paul Matthews of Trenton
The best overalls in the
made an addfess on '-'Reunion of
world. Yob have perfect
Christendom" Thursday at n meeting
comfort and an extra good
of Episcopal clergymen at Trinity
fit. And these overalls will
church. Holy Communion was ob"wear like iron," too. Made
served bofore the biahop'o tddrcBB.
o£ the toughest unfading
Talks "'were also given by Rev. cloths, with comfortable broad
Chkrles. W. Nelson, rector of St. straps, stronp; buckles, stitchThomas's colored mission of Red 08 that hold like rivets, butBatik, and by Miss Caroline LaMonte
tons that stay on, and button
of 'Bound Bftsok. :
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holes that keep their size.
ftev. William E. Bralsted will
prfeich Sunday morninK at the.Baptist church on "The Purifying Power
of the Blessed Hope," and nt night
PROPOSALS WANTED
on "Come or Go; Which Ehnll it bo?" for flrehouso alterations. Bids for alSt. James's sewing society will re- terations to iirehouae section of Entorganize tomorrow afternoon at the
clubhouso on Monmouth street. Af- ontown township hall will bo received
ter tho mooting a card party and so- by the township committee on cir becial time will bo held.
fore 8:B0 P. M. Wednesday, Novem.jjj
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FARMER RUMSON GIRL DEAD. Entohtowii townliall.
Elizabeth O'Bonovan of Lakowood
Plans mid specifications can be aeDied of Consumption Lost Week. curcd from Ernest A. Arcnd, archiMinn Elizabeth O'Donovan of Lake- tect, 105 West 40U> street, New York
wood, formerly of Rumaon, died of
consumption last Wednesday, after n city, or Kinmonth building, Asbury
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sickness lnnting uinco last March. Park, N. J.
She wna seventeen yearn old and was
Certified check for 5',;. of bid must
n daughter of Elizabeth and Miclinel accompany tho bid. The township
O'Donovnn. Her parents arc living
and bcBldeo them' she leaves two committee reserves tho right to reject
brothem ami two Blaterfi, Cornelius, nny or all bids.
Jameii, Eileen nnd Gloria O'Uonovnn.
WILUAM CAUMLK,
The funeral.wan held Monday mornChairman.
ing nt Ht. Mitry's church nt Lakewood, whore n solemn1 high maaa of PJBKRY II. COOK,
Cleric.
requiem was chanted.
The burlnl
waa at Lnkowood.
IN CHANCERY OF NEW JEH3EY. "~
To <!<orK<- H. Mrlinrty:
Hy virtm; i)f nil onliT
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icliool
Fr
IIKIIii.V * (ll)IMN.
llollclt"t» of IVtltlnncr.
I". O, Adilir<!a» K«l Hank, M , , ,
Corner East Front Street and Wharf Avenue,
RED BANK, N. J.
PROPOSALS WANTED.
Y. P.
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Don't let the days go by without giving attention to the
heating work*that is so essential to comfortable living in
cold weather.
We are in a position to give better service if you give
us the order early
WILUAM O'BRIEN
Red Bartlc
John's Bargain Store
L]
»f ttm Cmiit nf
Dim! at I-onfj Branch Hospital.
Phntirorr of N«w J,,,«oy, mn.l^ ml tlt<- (ln
tlit! ilntn ht'H-'of, In 11 cortnin I'miaf* whur!!Alfred Gnrn«r of Heeeh tttreot diod i)f
In CntlieriiK! (!. MrCmty In iii-Ullonrr, nnil
of honrt dlrioaae Saturday night nt you. Ocmnio II. Mcllnrly, mu •Infunilant, ynu
ri?inilrnl tfi apiiimr «ml iilfjul, Hiinwor or
the JLOIIK Branch hospital. II« was nrn
lo |l(>tUI('iii>r'B •iictltion on or lieftire
about sixty years old arid l<snv<» a demur
the Hfltli i!ny (if IfrreiulH'i'. liftt. nr In tirrmtlt
willow and twvernl children. The *ii^reof, nniih >lffre« will ho taken «Hahut
ynu M ' t h e Chimed!,,!- nlinll Ilillik cimllnlilifuneral was held yesterday ttt the fu- mill
jut.
iifivul nurlum of Albeit W. Wolden fh« olij«ct of «nl,l unit la t<i nlilnln u iliof Red Hank nnd tho burial was nt rr«« of iHvorre (Itmiiilvliiii tlu> minrhuio hetw^^ti yon nml tli*> mtlit ix-tltloiur. .
Lincrof t.
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U pays to advertto In Tte Itgfat«.
Fleece-lined or Ribbed Shirts or Drawers, per garment. $1.00
.
SeB*Qriglnt
obtained on euutj huildinfr from architect upon (lepbsit of $15.1)0, ten.
P r o p o s a l s will he received b y tlio ($10.00) dollars of which will be reBonn) of E d u c a t i o n , Town.-ship of funded upon return pf uanii' in gooil
M i d d l e t o w n , C o u n t y of M o n m u u t l i condition.
A certified chi'i-k <n- Surety Co. liiil
»ml S t a t e o i N e w J e r s e y o n o r b e f o r e
8:01) P . M . , T u e s d a y , N o v e m b e r 2',i, bond for the sum of If 100 will be ret-oivitruction"
11)20, a t t h e Hoard of Ediu-ation of- (|uireil with "(iencnil
$11)0.00
fices iu ttu 1 Middletowu l l i ^ l i School proposals un oarli'liiiililinjr,
and Will ilation" of
building, on t h e main road a t L e o n - t'oi' "Ilcalintr
ouch huililiiii;, ^llMI.(HI for "l>| m ) ib..
a r d o , N e w J e r s e y , a s follows:
On t h e nuniTiil I'oii.stiiietion, lieat- IIIK" of each luiililiiif,', $50.0(1 for
iii(T u n d v e n t i l a t i o n , p l u m b i n g , w a t e r "KlcctrU'al Work" oC each, building.,
Checks to hi.1 drawn t o tin* ordei*
s y s t e m , s e w a g e disposal s y s t e m , elecMidilletrical w o r k of a six l o o m /ii'i-proof of "Board of Kclucation,"
building t o b e imiH^ut c o r n e r of H a r - town Tiiwu'Mtiiii, iiihl to ho forfeituiL
mony a n d J e r s e y a v e n u e s , Poll. Mon- if cont n u t or refuses to oi^'n contract;
wlu-li awnnti'd.
liioutli, N e w J e r s e y .
All proposals niii:;l. b(! in fien!o<l»
Also on g e n e r a l c o n s t r u c t i o n , h e a l intf in*il v e n t i l a t i o n , piiiinbini:, elec- envelopes, willi il<-i;ij;nnti»n of work
trical w o r k of addition:; to tuwn.diip covered l>y same ami name of lilddi'ibie;li school huildiii)1, 'if L c n i u i n h i , on outside of ciivelopo »n<! to hn
maik-d to !!. A. Mowman, dinUktj
N. .1.
Also o n g e n e r a l c o n s t r u c t i o n , lu-at- I'lork, [ioiird of Ivhu-ation, Now Monintr uml v e n t i l a t i o n , electrical work on moulh, New JIM,, y, or presented periidilitioiiM In m a d e school buiblini; on sonally nt II:- slated lileeliiif? nl <H<
m a i n r o a i l a t Miihlletown, N e w .Jer-liel'or,- K:Hl> 1'. M., in Leonardo lliirh
.Sehoiil huililiii)/, Li'onai'do, New J e r sey.
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S e p a r a t e proposals nui^l lie l e n The llti.-iid of K.lih-alii.11 n-wrvcrt
ili'tcil on 'Vri-nerul Coiviti iKlioii."
" l l e a t i n i : a n d V e n l i l a l i i m . " "Klci-tri- Ilii' iij',lit In rejecl. any or nil p r o .
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Ciil W o r k , " "Pllllllliillir."
"Hi'lvaK 1 ' posals.
Hoard of lvluealion, Middfelosviij
Dirtposnl," " W a t e r S y s t e m , " b u t such
bids m a y c o v e r t h e work on i>iw, t w o
It. A. IIOWMAN,
or all school biiililincs at (lit: option
of tile bidder.
Dirliirl
Cli-ili,
I'.ouid
of K d i i r / i t i m i ,
iMiildli'iown T<itviiiihi|i,
< \ m t l l y , Mt-W -lelr.ey,
Monniniillt
lMnn:; ninl t%pt-cHiv;»tn>hr, ;iiv o n lib'
in t i n - n l l t c e a t I . e o n a i i l o 'U'boi,] niul
(livo I,.ilia a C I I B I I C O I
ill 111.- o l l i c i - i i . i f K r l l i ' s l . A . A r e l l . l ,
Hn'll heln you noil HIIIIKH, in-lp ymt
a i c b i l e c l , l l l l , Wi'iil. • n i l l i ' n l r . ' i ' l , N . - w
(liiil thinitti yoX'vfi lout iiml-Jiclp
Y o r k I ' I I V i n n ! H i i i n i o n l h I n u b l i n i v , tfet (inythin^* you v/ntit. • '
A n b u r y I ' i i r l i , N . - I . C o p i e s l i m y b e inont.
RED BANK. REGISTER, OCTOBER 20, 1&20.
KEYPORT.
|YACHT CLUB ELECTION HELD
LAST WEEK.
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Keough Building Almost Ready for
Occupancy of Keyport Skirt Company—'New Treasurer for Mechanics Lodge.
At a muuting of the Keyport yacht
club last Wednesday night the following; officers were elected:
WE LEAD-NEW PRIC
Cummotloio —Jtilui Hethi-nngtmi.
Met- commodore—C. H. Jt'ivtll.
K«':u- comtiio.lon'^-IJoyd 1". Armstrcmvr.
Truii^urtr—Horarp S. BuiTowes.
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Hi'CovttinK soTt'tary—Albert M. Hainh.
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Ktnsnriul Bi'cri'tary—John S. Mnttlu-wn, Jr. .
Menaurcr—I). 0. Wiillinc, Jr.
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'I'ru^tt'oy—W. W. Ormt'ioil. Dr. G. B. Au- ,
fcjinck, P. A. Somleriruard, John Carr.
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Work of remodeling the Kcough j
building for the Keyport skirt factory has been going on rapidly and
the company expects to move from (
their present quarters in the Vreeland building to their new place of ;
business about the lirsl of the month. ,
jThe upper part of the brick building
.will be used; as the factory and the
•rear part of the building will be used
as a cutting and shipping room. T^ie
front part will be rented for a sWre.
Steam beat and modern plumbing- has
lieen installed by G. J. Dingwell.
ri'he general contractor is Dallas G. j
fyounif.
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G. Warren Aumack has been elect- j
ed trensurer of the local Junior Me- .
chanics in place of T. Walter Snyder,
y/ho resigned.
Mrs. James Dennerly of New York
was the guest last week of her sister, j
Jklrs. W. A. Ewini;.
j
• Miss Annie M. C. Arrowsmith of j
New York spent several days last
>veek at the Mansion house. Miss Ar- ;
I'owsmith expects the town clock,.
which she is giving as* a memorial to
her father, the late Dr. Arrowsmith,
will lie placed on the library building :
. about the lirst of next month.
j
Mis. E. A. Whiting and fon William have returned from an extended ,
visit with Mrs. Whiting's parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Foster, at Swampscott, j
[Mass.
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The Lincoln hose company, which j
recently purchased a new Mack $10,- j
OOO fire truck, expects to have the ;
true delivered shortly.
j
Local Republicans are planning to i
hold a big rally in the Surf theater I
• next Monday night with speakers of
national reputation.
Alfred IX Walling, son of Postmaster and Mrs. Rufus 0 . Walling, is j
taking a course in journalism in Col' umbia college.
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Miss Evelyn Walling has a vacation from her duties as bookkeeper h
with the People's national bank.
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Mis. Walton JSmith is a patient in I
the Long'Branch hospital.
The Surf theater gave a fejiecinl
show" Monday night and donated the.
proceeds to tlie library to be used for
the purchase of new books.
T
Mrs. James Covert is visiting relatives at Trenton.
±A Democratic mass meeting will be
held in the Surf theater Friday
I
night.
Kenneth C. Hand, son of Rev. and
Mrs. A. W. Hand, is studying law at
Columbia university.
KImer Bj Morris, who was recently
struck in 14}e eye with a bolt knocked
from an '"Sfltomobile, has been a patient in the'Perth Amlroy hospital and
•will loee the sight of one eye permanently.
Mrs. Irving Smock of Rod Bank
visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
•William Hoffman of Division street,
]ast •.••eelr.
Mr. r.nd Mrs. Willi.nm Grow of
Summit were visitors with Mr. and
Mrs. Fred B. VanBrakle last week.
Miss Ivn Terry was a visitor a t
Baltimore last week.
Mrs. E. A. Metsger of New York
spent last week with Mr. and Mrs.
Fred I,. Schildknecht.
Charles Nielson of Copenhagen,
Denmark, and James Myers of Pitts}>ui'g, l'a., visited William Britton last
week.
Mrs. IJ. F. S. Brown spent several
days last week with Mr. and Mrs.
Herbert F. Brown.
Revival services are in progress
every night this week at Calvary
church.
Tlie annual hot roast beef supper
of St. John's church at South Keyport will be held next Wednesday and
(Thursday nights.
Mrs. F. P. Armstrong lias returned
from a visit to Buffalo and Niagara
Falls.
We cannot reduce the cost of making
clothes, but we can reduce the selling
price to you; and that is exactly whp,t
we are doing right now. -We never
have and never will sacrifice quality for
price—you get the well known Kridel
high standard of clothing at the price of
inferior grade merchandise. If you are
ready tobe "shown" we are ready to
"show'Vyou.
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KUPPEN
AND OVERCOATS
New
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Bought six months^
ago to sell at
$30.00 to $95.00
Bought six months
ago to sell at
$30.00 to $95.00
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A reduction ranging from
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"Manhattan Shirts
"Stetson" Hats
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"Munsing" Underwear
"Phoenix" Hosiery
Broad and Front Streets, Red Bank, N, J.
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M. SCHISSSERW1AW
FURRIER
Itfs dolars
Furs Repaired and Remodeled
700 Tenth Avenue,
Corner F Street
B E L M A R , N . J.
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. tio man ever smoked a better
cigarette al any price!
.^AMELS quality, and their expert blend
-^s of choice Turkish and choice Domestic
i"baccos hand you a cigarette thaf will sati I v every smoke desire you ever expressed.
, v-»u will prefer this Camel blend to either
'. I nd smoked straight I
OEean Up Sale of Odds and Ends
i . iM
\VI:i:N
YOU CI-.T H A C K
TIKKD
, Camels mellow-mildness will certainly
. .i -peal to you. The "body" is all there, and
• t:iat smoothness! It's a delightl
ftinn
your journey,
l e t u s taKe
y m rriMTI ll.f- s t a t i o n t o y o u r hoint
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Go the limit with Camels! They will not
tii e your taste. And, they leave no unpleasant cigaretty aftertaste nor unpleasant cigai<ltyodorl
O U « TAXI S E R V I C E ,
is c(r.H-i'iiii'iit a m i s a v e s yini l i i j c ni.il | \ s
l'ali'.'ll.-.
W i' k'Mji f, i j i • , ar? i n p i r f c c t . C U N ilili'ni,
linil
ril'lil
nc.'it
a i . i !. l e a n ,
(Mir c h : i i i l ! ' u r s
Just compare Camels with any ciga• '-tte in the wdrld at any price!
and y:.n w i 1 '
COIUIIMHI'', r i h -
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elaara aohlavoiyirhsmIn erlontillralty etialml
• 'nrfes nf 20 cJAaretttta; or feji packafea (300
rotten} In a itaualna-pap^r-covored
eatlott.
t>triiii$ly recommend thim cnttun brttta tioma
fCtco utipply or rrhon yen fravej.
After
"E STAR TAX! CABS'6
BKASCII mtO!>,, I'ROI'KIETORS.
Britlgo Avo.,
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Oppotito Depot
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Miller. IN A'l IAI I1MI.N1.
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M^rlS
which we desire to cliapose of in a hurry. We have put prices on
till' Iwi'iilv limrlli .Inv ..f I'M'lit.mli.'r. Ill1 I' \ / \
linn liei-ri tie rv.il nil.I ilnlv .•«.ruli-il mail
ri'luili.'.l mi ||i
vi'iill, ilny n( ::>-|it<-ml>< I
lU'.UI, l.y Hie 1'tnrilt (,| i n r reni.ty i.f M, n
n.iir.i o.-ii.i.i'i- i>, iii:'».
,ni:;r.i'ii MI-IIKIIMOTT,
JtKU.I.V & (IIIINN,
C.loil
Alttirii.-yn,
I t payj3.to iMlvcitiiio in Tin! Uo(-;i,itei
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or you will be too late to secure some of these ^reat bargains.
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REDk BANK REGISTER OCTOBER 20, I&20.
e do not
. last
Efods Saturday, October 3O
every item to
the sale
v
Below are listed forty Items;
'ain andJFrom
Silk Faille Poplifi.
Yard-wide ,poplin, in
eighteen colors, also black
or white, Former price
#1.50 yd., sale per yd.
Suede Gloves.
Chamois suede gloves,
black, mode brown, white.
Sizes 6 to U,yi. Regular
•'79c, special at
School Hose.
Children's English ribbed hose,-black and cordovan, size 6 to 10. Regular 50c grade, .1
$1.00.
65c
39c.
Satin Charmeuse.
40 iii, wide, fine quality,v
all the wanted street or'
evening shades, also white
or black; wonderful value, per yd. at
Curtain Materials.
Yard-wide marquisettes,
scrims or voiles, .hemstitched or fancy borders,
white, cream or ecru. Regular 50c to 59c yd., sale
$3.00.
42c.
29c.
Bed Comfortables.
Full double bed°size,,
winter weight, both sidesfigured, fancy stitched.
Worth $5 each, sale each
Fleeced Blankets.
Double bed size, white
or grey, with neat borders,
Regular JS3.98 pair, sale
per pair,
Petticoats.
Petticoats made of cambric with deep flounce of
imported embroidery, value to $2.49, special at
Jersey Knit Bloomers.
Women's and children's
Jersey knit bloomefs, pink
and white. Regular 59c.
value,
$3.98.
$2.93.
$1.69.
39c.
Blenched Domet Flannel..
Heavy Veight fleeced
on;both sides, 37 in. wide.
Former price 39c yd.,'sale
per yd.
. -27c.
Long Cloth.
36 inches wide, close
weave, pieces of ten yds.,
soft finish. -Former price
#3,50, sale, per piece
Outing Flannel.
Yard-Wide Percales.
Double fleeced outings,
Good quality stripes or
figures; very good "pattern. variety of stripes, checks,
Former low price 39c yd, plaids, light or .. dark
grounds, former -price up
sale per yd.
to 39c yd., sale per yd.
29c.
Brocade Satins.
Wash Suits.
Gloria Silk Umbrellas.
He^vy weight, for lin- '•'Children's wash suits and
I.adiijs' 26-inch size,
ings and other uses; vari- rompers made of good newest style with Batcelite
ous colors. Regular $2.25, chambrays, sold up to stub and tip. Regular $5
sale per yd.
SI.69, special at
grade, sale
$1.79.
$1.69.
Silk HoBe.
Cashmerette Gloves.
Pure thread silk hose,
Warm
cashmerette
gloves, grey or black; all three seam back, full fashsiztes. Regular 65c qual- ioned, black only. Regular
$2.00 value, sale price
ity, per pair
49c.
$1.35.
95c.
,
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$1.15.
Writing Paper.
'48 envelopes, 48 sheets
paper, • assorted colors,
good quality.
Regular
79c. box, sale per box
Talcum Powder.
Habcock's Corylopsis,
violet, lilice and Cut Rose,
good size box, regular
2 lc, sale per box
29c.
55c.
13c.
Net Curtains.
Ecru net with pretty
lace edge all around; full
length and width. Former
price $.i.0O pr., sale
Taffeta Umbrellas.
American taffeta, men's
and -women's sizes, fast
black; paragon frames.
Reg. 32.00 to 32.25 value
$2.00.
$1.79.
39c.
W<kil Nap Blankets.
White or gray, double
bed , §ize, wool finish
blankets, pink of blue borders. '..'Regular S5.98, sale
V$5.00.
36-Inch Cretonnes.
Variety of good patterns for pillows, curtains
and other uses; have sold
up to 59c yd., sale
$2.50.
79c.
44c.
Shower—Entertainment
School—Flower Show.
Feel free to come in and talk over your indi- A linen shower was given_ a few
nights ago for Helen McKay, daughvidual piano problem with us.
ter of'Rev. Arthur A. McKay, who is
to, be married to John Dixon of this
We confer daily with many to whom we doplace.
The, party was, given by Mr,sr
Finger Rings.
Gold plated, with emerald, amethyst and all colored stones.
Regular
$1.00 each, sale each
59c.
Art Goods.
Stamped towels, pillow
tops, scarfs. and center
pieces. Regular 79c to
SI.00 each, sale each
39c.
59c.
Dresser Scarfs.
Bandeaus.
Corsets.
Also 3Ox3o squares and
Pink
basket
weaves
ma3o in. rounds, salesman's
White and pink coutil,
samples, slightly mussed. ,-tcrial;' all sizes in the lot. elastic top, sizes 20 to 30.
Regular
69c
value,
Values to S2.00 each, sale
$1.00.
Tie Silk. •
For "knitting, all the
wanted plain -colors and
heather mixtures. Our
regular $1.5(i spool, sale
$3.98.
Ribbed Vests.
Dress Ginghams.
Pink Nainsook.
Women's ribbed vests,
Jus'f in, all good patYard-wide underwear
lisle thread; sizes 36 to 44. terns,;^ to 32 in. wide; nainsook, soft finish; has
Some have slight imper- have sold up to 59c yd., sold at 5oc yd, sale per
fections. Reg. 5oc value,- sa-le per'yd.
yd.
Batiste Bloomers.
All Wool Suitings.
Children's Sweaters.
Bloomers made of
54-inch wide, for skirts,
Children's coat sweaters, all pure wool, in col- strong batiste, cut full with suits or coats, or men's
or combinations; worth gusset.; pink add white. wear. Value to §3.98
Regular JSI.00 and $1.25 yd., sale per yd.
$2.5o and S3.00, sale
values,
•2 5 c .
54-Inch Sefge.
Navy blue or brown
serge, strong weave for
many uses. Former price
#2.50 yd., sale per yd.
v
below former
Shirt Waists.
Lot voile, bMistc and
lawn waist's; values up to
Si.50 each,
$1.69.
79c.
Underwaists.
Children's athletic underwaists of good strong
muslin, double stitched
stays, sold until now at
59c, sale price
39c.
Hand Bags.
Velvet bags,- envelope
purses, salesman's samples, only one of a kind;
value S2.00 to $7.50
each, sale each
$1.50 to $5.00.
Linen
not sell a thing.
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But through our advice and experience,
these people will know better how to choose
their piano when they are ready to buy.
And many of them will buy of us after seeing our stocks and learning we sell certain makes.
We are concerned more with spreading our ideas of piano merchandising and less with immediate sales. For we believe this
policy serves best your interests and our own in the long run.
a large number of gifts.
The first entertainment of the
People's Popular Course wns held
Wednesday night at the school building. More people attended the performance than ev,etr attended the
opening performances of aily of the
previous courses. The entertainment
was given by the Copley quintet of
BoHton and consisted of vocal and instrumental selections.
The annual flower show of the
Monmouth horticultural society will
be held Thursday of next week nt the
parish house.
OUR LINES OF PIANOS AND PLAYERS
The new library association met
THE WEAVER, YORK and LIVINGSTON Friday night at Mrs. Maurey Jones's.
Miss Esther Bruce of this place has
been engaged as librarian of the
new library and she began her duties
Monday. She will be at the parish
house every morning from nine
o'clock till noon to receive donations
Drummond Place, Red Bank, N. J.
of books and money for the library.
Tolophono 1192 M. '
The library building is nearly completed and will be opened next
month.
Two motion picture shows were
given last night at the parish house.
A hand concert will be given Friday
night of next week at the high school
building.
A rummage sale for the benefit of
the Methodist church will be held tomorrow nt the chyrch.
The laying of the cement walks
and curbing on the Presbyterian
church'property and the parish house
iroporty has beon finished. Norman
k S6n of Red Bknk did the work.
Rev. F.- H. Carter preached Sunday
at ihe Methodist church.
Mrs. Nathaniel Slocum entertained
frienda from South A'mboy Sunday.
Jacob Cooper and family returned
to Jersey City Monday for the winter.
.
Mrs. William Schultz of First
TELEPHONE 886
street, who had been laid up several
weeks, with a broken rib, had a reRE0 BANK, N. J.
lapse last week and is again confined
to the bed.
Tho Rumson improvement association met Monday night nt J. Fred
MOMOUTHM
INC.
Highest grade dairy products
distributed by us
139 Branch Avenue
Talcott's.
- Two Cultivators, two-horse Plow, one-horse Plow,
Plow, woo'd Harrow,.Farm Wagon, Top HiifiKyf Runabout,
Spring Wagon, Sleigh, Cutter, Sleigh Hells, Harness, Whittletrees, Neck Yoke, Wagon Tongue, lite.
I'hones 690 and 463-M.
M
Newman Springs ,Road,
Eastern sales agents for The Central Chemical Co., manufacturers of the Gro-A4l Brands of Fertilizers; and Geo. fiarrick
& Sons, manufacturers (if Ilydntted Ground and Lump Lime;
"distributors for The Globe Pipeless Furnace, lite.
AT-
tefii Holt.'" Miss McKay received il
Mrs. Joseph Thompson of Fair
Haven spent Monday with Mrs. Lena
Jeffrey.
This week ia' being observed
infant welfare weolc by the nursing
association. Unities, will be weighed
by the visiting nurse tomorrow afternoon at the high school.
Uumson's annual Hallowe'en pjiratlu will take place on Saturday
niRht of next week.
Mrs. L. I!. VnnNcat and Ming Dorothy Summers spent part of last week
at.Port Washington, Uoiig Iakud.
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LOWEST PRICES +
It
Fancy Broiling or
Fancy Fresh Killed
Frying Chickens 45c lb•
Roasting Chickens 42c lb
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Forequarter Genuine
Legs of Genuine
Spring" Lamb 24c lb
Spring Lamb 34c lb
Spring
Lamb for
Stewing 22c lb
Lamb,Chops 34c lb
Fresh Jersey
Loins of Jersey
Pork Shoulders 32c lb
Pork 42c lb
Legs of Milk Fed
Rump of Milk
Veal 25c lb
Fed Veal 32c lb
Fresh Chopped
Chuck Pot
Roast
25c lb
Beef 25c, lb
Blade Rib Plate or Navel
Corned 14c lb
Roast
28c lb
Brookfield Butter
65c lb Sauer Kraut 3 lbs for 25c
FAIR |HAVEN NEWS.
Party for Leslie Meaaley—Funernr
YOU TO Vlj3IT *
of Mrs. Charlea lli-nnoll.
IT WILL.
A party wan (riven Friday night
for I.eBlio Mcaoley. Thoae present
were Anna Kckmnn, Florence Mcaaley, Dorothy TraviM, Lucy Mulligan,
Agnes Pryor, Dorothy Near, 'Helen
Hcholl, Mubel .Meajduy, May Mennley,
22 MONMOUTH STREET, Phone 834
12 BROAD STREET, Phone 22O
Lilliiin Menaley, Obailmh Iliillcnbnk'e,
Edwin Amlrewn, Kenneth Woodward, Henry Kingaliury, Tlionuiu
Cknry, Joseph Nnulty mid Harry
Olaeli.
•Mrs. Andrew Zetllor of Knnl. Willlnton, Long Inland,.uncut part of lnat
torn I'f »«ia .».• i-cn,...I l» oxhll)lt to tha auk*
illi Cntiiity Sunoanto'a Oflicei.
week with Mru. (ioorge II, Moxh-y.
'". King and Kuijene Mnitee. The Min.1! Dorothy Minloii'n. A recvptinn Notice; t o creiiitorM
to i>i-ouolkt nlninm MimlnBt m-illrr, mlmlnlstinlrix na iLfnre«»l.|, that*
tk-btn nu<l (UniniKla nuitlnH tha eulil eit«t4h
Churloii Sodcn of Newark spent hurinl was a t Kiur View ('cmctory. and pound nociiiblo will ho hold vFri- i-nLut^.
otvth, witlitn MU tuouthn (Tarn W>* d«te
Sunday with ftii'iida in (own.
Tlu'.vo wero many llornl t'onti-ihuUniia. day night, nt the ]ii\ri«)ii»Ki'. Ki v. >). In liic mRtliT of t h e rututo i)f MUIIRRV K. uixler
of tlm «(.,,..»«(.i ...l.f, or th«y will li« l o t Kline. .l|.ir-»n,.(l
Tho funrrnl of Mm. Clinrli'n Ilj;nThniniui Minion will load toni^ht'n H. llruwor 1 will proiirh Mmulny nu>ni~
I'liniiHiit t" III'1 o r . I T I>( J((nrpli f.. I.liina Avar liari-B.I tit lh«ir ndtliins therefor «aalftll
nwlt wan held Tluiriulay nftornoun nt pvayhr liervice nt t\w. Motlioilliit in on "Tin 'J'uro:! iinioli^ tho Wheat"
liny, lUirruKittii i.r tliu County of Monmiiulh. the enUl nubaerlher.
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Dat.nl Frtmhuld. II. > • Atlguit (llli, i n k .
mmli. on tlio nlxth cl«y (>r All««»l., l!t20, OH
the houiio and was in churgts of Itev church. The topic will lin "Clirlatinn and a t nif^lit oil "HiMK'ini 8ulo/
ItATIIKHINB K A M g j ^
tlm nl)|»llratlon of ('atherll)n Itano, edminlK.
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J. H. Drawer nnd1 Hcv. ,1. 11. Algor l'rlnclpltit In 1'mlllcB." <!lioir practrstrU of tile entnU> of Mli'tiaf) K. Knttt, fi«.
It t>aya to iiiUcitlsu in Tho B«sMWT<
Vocnl solon were K'ivnn by Mra. .Join tice will lie hi'ld tomorrow night lit
It payn to advertisu in Tho Kcfilotor. irritHpil, ni'tJLt; in lurvby MIVIMI tu tha or«dl-
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OCEANPORT NEWS.
James Mahoncy Playing on Washington Football Team.
James Mahoney is playing center
on the Washington military academy
football team.
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Morris, Mrs.
Sarah Stevenson, Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Jeska and children, Louise, Irene, Joseph and Bertha, went on an outing
down the river Sunday in Mr. Morris's launch.
Mrs. Ella Fields and her daughter,
Mrs. Addie MacCloud, visited Mr. ami
Mrs. Frank Emmons of Deal on Sunday.
Miss Hazel Collins "lias returned to
her home at Keyport after spending
a week with hur aunt, Mrs. Etta
Crawford.
Clarence AVolcott has returned to
his work on the Central railroad at
Perth Amboy after having been confined to his home for two weeks with
grip.
Rev. Walter Lee Greer will preach
at the Methodist church at North
Lone: Branch on Friday nij;ht.
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Jarvis and
daughter Eleanor are visiting Mrs.
Jarvis's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John
Cooper of Middletown.
Miss Nellie Ferry is enjoying a two
weeks' vacation from her duties at
Camj) Vail. She is spending it at Holyoke, Mass.
Miss Alethea Midjiloy was a recent
guest at Aberdeen, Maryland.
Mrs. Charles Champiin was the
guest of her mother, Mrs. Louis Price,
on Sunday.
Mrs. Louis Jeska and children of i
West End are spending a few days !
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob :
' Morris.
]
Mrs. Ralph Morrell, who was called |
to Brooklyn because of the sickness
of ,her mother several days ago, has
returned home.
Miss Dorothy Oonrow lias returned
home after speruling several days
with her uncle, Colonel William S.
Conrow of Bloomlield.
Under a Recent New Jersey Law You Will
Pay No Taxes on Your House if You
Build it Before October 1st, 1922.
GIVEN
Buy Now at Fairfield Gardens
and build your home in this Suburb of Red Bank
To the
Lots at $60 to $200. .
A few extra fine corner lots at $225.
If you do not care to pay cash, you can buy aiiy lot on the
tract at ONE DOLLAR DOWN AND ONE DOLLAR A
WEEK until it is paid for.'
From
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Concrete Road and Trolley Line in front of the Property.
Will
Over 150 lots have been sold at Fairfield Gardens during
the past two-years. All the lots sold were bought as
home sites for the owners.
On no tract of land ever opened up for development near.
Red Bink have lots sold as rapidly as a t Fairfield Gardens.
On no tract near Red Bank have lots ever been sold at such
low prices or on such easy terms. '
Roads just graded through the property have opened up a
HAZLET NEWS.
number of very fine lots on the highest part of the tract.
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Min Elizabeth S. Ackerton Entertained Tuesday of Last Weelt. !
Maps and price lists of the property can be obtained from
Miss Elizabeth S. Ackerson enter-i
tained a lew friends at her home on I the owner,
Tuesday afternoon. Among those •
present were Mi's. I'. O. Wi'igiind, i
Mrs. Ida V. M. Ackerson, Mrs, John I
H. Hahri'iiburir, Mrs. George W. I
Cflwles, Mrs. Ernest Ej l'escux and
Register Office,
Red Bank, N. J.
son Malcolm, Mrs?John T. Ackerson'
und sons Kenneth and Earl, Mrs.
William M. Ackerson and sons James
and John, Mrs. V. Archibald Nairn
and daughter Jessie, Miss .Matilda who in now visiting F r a n k C. UulJois
Ackoryon, Misu Elizabeth S. Acker- and family of liclmar, celebrated her
8Hth birthday on Saturday.
lion and Miss Rush of NeWvYork.
Mr. ami Mis. Jesse (I. Webster anil
("apt. Nicholas Hush of New York
daughters Virginia and Natalie of spent the week-end a t h i s ' home a t "To rlilMmt on nnffrl ol m?rnV." Wh«w
win"" Hro nrrftrnt lunl cllrnWIons lOlluwpfl
Anbury Talk were Sunday jjucsts of this place.
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: Mrs., Susan Arrowsmith of Morris- vrrrvtvlirrn
or
or hv mull, fltici a bottlo
J. l'ranlv Weigand of Newark .spent town hail returned home after H visit
Knl. I,'. A. Viiorhoei.
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Tuesday at. bis home.
i with Mrs. Harvey ,S. ISowne.
Mr. and Mm. William II. Hayes' Miss Mary Walsh spent several
and sun William 11. and Mrij. Mary j days last week with Mr. and Mrs.
McCalie of I'oiut Pleasant were (Suu-1 William Ilammell of South Amboy.
day jcmMts of .lell'eraon Ackei'Hon
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
lluiiowes
und family.
,
i ami children of New I!ri|;hton npent
Miss Margaret Hayes of I'oinl the week-end with Mr. anil Jlra.
Now that moving time la Bear I [email protected]
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rioaaiint, npent several dayii last wecdi Charles I. Voun|;.
rurnlture, planna or bngKaffo, to all pmrt*
with Jefferson Ackeinon and family.
Mrs. T. It. Tilton of Hro.iltlyn was or city or country, tn tno lat^oat i?add«^
Mins Elizabeth ,'!. Ackerson fiili-ir- a week end (;m..it <if John I,. T."ana In liml litink. H^fore you htk^n
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tained on TUCKIIIIV Minn Hush of New Webster and family.
call for tho only rollnblo furntturo niuvei
"York.
Misses Kmniii and lie: sie Waclc of IM town, und got my jirlCRH on your no si
Mrs. Otto II. Lammi and dautcliter I'oint, Pleasant spent several days laat ]ol>. All kinds of tinnvy or llsht truob
MnrRnret o( Kliznbeth arc hpendini; a week
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•week with Edwin It, IVHCUX, ()(|OA. Iviim.
J. T. EGAN,
li. Lorne" >i$m>t the week-end with Miss Melissa Uycr spent .Saturday 11 W i i l l S t r « e t > B?o«S EJt»r»Sl
* Mr. .I'vacux Hlid family.
iiiul Sunday with relatives a t Lone
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